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I'M.I TWO MAHAY ADVOCATE M M)AY. Jl'LY 2T. 132 JAM n\ IIII ss SHOP <\>xt Door lo Singer'*) fto n„ Ctmtnfi Mtsfttrj W t w k K a 4 While and Odour. I Shorts, Jeen*.. Plnv-Suiis. sim SIIIU in iiiiinv itylaa. Older* t.iki-11 for your OriANfv for ihe Rare-. ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved First Cat I %  -->. •> 1 fioJuA dtijoux '\o Johnton't Stationary Bid, ogfBAA UOU JAe Bud golhdtiim in Quality LdaldieA %  rfi YM"wiiii >'Mr r %  •rarmlinc mu u. t* dw-lvnl. inn* Clvtnc fr*#. • % %  y briaihinc and nMful *Wm No dofa. no •moh-ii. • i -' i.k. pMnnl lute UbMU ai mula %  %  > 'it.tif> tr+* **em tuiaiu sn4 IlroixMtU In nan to no MM., -v.n 1ov*h v„ ... k*.. •uttkr*..r. MKHOACO M..M inn II n *ua**at# lo (1*1 rou li—. "M l-r—lMng In > hours ar.,1 lo or 1—*1 l"k on rxurn of •r.ipty MckafOat MKVIUCO frn .r Chomlil THa svaraMM BTMWU o TO-DAY 4.45 & 8,30 AND CONTINUING DAILY AT E .?# # # ft #v SOU)...H.ISTH>INO,.,B'" N Y OUfSPQKlN I IIIII mi %  % %  mi iimi — BARBARA STANWYCK PAUL DOUGLAS ROBERT RYAN MARILYN MONROE KLIM \s PURE, SAFE MILK Oft M "ja 1 •SJ& MILK F-il In Prefereact Hi. Wsrid OVM GIOBf ll..% l*t-ealss S S.IO P ROFESaOH A K ( ROTTON Pr-fn*oc of Enjilish at the i '* %  %  • the ww. Indies, arrived from -famatcn nn Ight b\ B.W I A part in the Extra Mura' Sum*** r School at Codrington O |is staying at Codrington Cottag Intransit M H ANDREW PEARSE. Resident Tutor In Trinidad for Ihe University CoMeeyof Tht West Indie*, irrlved here on Frii ij mornBiK by the 33. IMMa i transit f<* the Untied KirigaV ban h* ha* gooe on leave. He ai accompanied by his wife and children. Vuterinary Surgeon D R. BUU KIRtlY of 9|. Vncent who qualified a* a V terinary Surgeon gt Toronto Sfev versity earlier this year, paaar i through here on Friday from Ca. ada by th? La4y InW, on h ncay hack home to take up an avjomtment wtih the GovernmerAftar One Yw \ rTER spending a year in trUSA MaM DaHy Kill r turned io Barbado* on Frid. %  night by B.W! A via Puert Rico and Ajt W gm She M resldli>" ith her brother-in-law antL i ter Mr. and Mm. Sidney VV|rn.head of Enterprise Roan Chritt Church t From B.C. S TAYING at the Crane Rotet nre Mr and Mrs J A. Pate'and their little daught< -r Sybil of McKcrme. British Oui..n Mr Paterson ia the Chief Mining F.nnineer of the Demerura Batixlt.' Company. He wna here on holiday since ll..• ItHh July. The Patersor.s' oriidnal home ^ Toronto. Canada Mining Engin -D R. JOHN JESSE HAYES ol Cuidad Bolivar who spent a month's holiday in Harltodov. returned home on Fridav night via Trinidad by B W.I A t., resume hu duties as .1 raining en gineer with the l.< S Steel I'mooratlon. While here. h. Miss Mary Wilkie. daughter of Mr. and Mr* Glenn M WitHi. ,,( Detroit. Michigan, at St FVter'j Church by Rev A. J. Hatch. 11 was a guest at Paradise Bead Club. His wife is expected Join him toward> the end of v month. In llr.i md mat he IIJI I travelled to every Continent except Africa and nis wife and he expressed the view that Barbed"was the most delightful place they had ever visited .md they were sorry they had to leave. Qahib QaUinq M' His Excellency the (;<*veni< accompanied by Lady MM buine. arQl leave Antigua on Ihe 1st August in iu.. .> - Barbados and discuss various matters with the ComptrolUr for Development and WftflN and his Advisers. After these discussions His Excellency will M v\ IRkLI %  W IIDRI gft von Rolnr. WflleT TW 111 a huny. Knuil.' gU tfiMt*. ioppfii|> for 11 moment, ni^I •0 fwen hihresttft "I'm .W,, w iiiy. pumied. 1 4 %  %  paeet, With? Whnt paemT 1 rev ih'iiiK it*" W.ll," said "til.. 1 just male Ip n -item H's all About mxi-lf I mean, it's about a toad all about a toad like Of, ell. *o lt*g n'l about myael. bemill I'm n toad. Mow do rau n rlenitgnd?" "Itui why do you ka*e to do 'his poem? I never heard of anyoni doing a norm On Holiday M R. AND MRS. RAYMOND BEGUELIN from Caracas. •1 in ihe colony on the ifth July after touring the French Antilles and are guests at The Crane Hotel. Mr. Beguelln is Head of CA. OFJAP penalised Arm in Far Eastern Trade Spe*nt Eighteen Months M RS ROSE ALEXIS of Trinidad who has been m the Island for the past IB months, relumed to Trinidad by the S.S. De Orgeae a Thursday She erag accompanied bv her daughter Mary Mr* Alexis also expects to vttlt Curacao later and will be returning 10 the island in about two months m time for the reopening •>f the. Ursnline Convent where her daughter is a pupil U.S. ail S#rvgnt M ISS ARIEL THOMPSON. .1 Civil Servant in the U.S.A. attached to the Taxation Defn Tient, leaves tomorrow mor i.ng b) IIWIA tr.r Antigua and Puerto Rico on her way bark nome after spending seven weeks' hotlday with her aunt. Mil Eugene Gadsbv of Saltern. St. Michael. On her rtnt vlalt to the We*( Indies. Mies Thompson was deeply impressed by the hospitality of the people and the climatic conditions She naa asked to say thanks to all thoae friends who assisted in making her stay such an enjoyable one. Schoolmaster Returns Hone M R L. S. WELLINGTON. Barbadian wHo has been teaching at Kingston College. Jamaica for the past three years, returned home on Friday eventiing by B.W.I.A. to spend th<-ummer vnrntion with his relatives at Orange (flit. St. Jarne^. Next term. Mr. Wellington will be going on to St. Kilts to take up an appointment .it the BrgJBmar School. Atttncfsd Public Health Coars* S PENDING a week In Barbado, before returning to Domin,ca are Mr. Emanuel Bertrand ..nd Mr Georve Bruney, both San. itgry Inaoectori of Roseau. The> .irrived here nn Friday evening by H.W.I.A. from Jamaica after ;it'.ending a ten months' course at the Public Health Training Centre. They are guests of Mrs. Wooding of Nelson Street. R Mr. HERMAOE Q, SMITH. • After 39 Years M R.' HERMAGF. G. SMITH. .1 Barbadian who has been residing in the US.A. for the put 39 years, returned home on Friday night by B W IA. via Puerto Rico and Antigua on a visit to his relatives and is a guest of his brother-in-law md sister. Mr. and Mrs F. A. Waterman of "Montrose," Water Street. Christ Church. At the airport lo welcome him were his father. Mr. Joseph S Smith who resides with his daughter at Water Street and many of hit relatives and friend'. A Civil Servant attached to the Post Office in New York. Mr. Smith is a brother of Mr. Neville Smith of "Brooklyn. River Road, and Mr. Irvfn Smith of Chelsea Road. Back To Venezuela ETURNING to Venezuela via Trinidad on Friday night by B.W.I.A. were Mr. and Mrs. John Miner o( Anaco who had spent twelve days' holiday .1guests of Paradise Beach Club. Mr. Miner is Superinrendeni for the Eastern Division of Peiio Tech Service Co. For Two Weeks M RS. F A. BROWN, wile of ihe Manager of the British Bato Shoe Company in St. Kltt.s. arrived here on Friday morning b\ the Lasty Rodney for two week-' holiday. She was accompanied by her daughter, Phyllis and they are guests at the Aquatic Clu>>. R Barbadian Returns To U.S.A. ETURNING to the U.S.A. during the past week was Mis.* Ber\l Walcoft. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alport WaTcott of •Mildred Cot," BrfctonH Walcotfs visit to Barbados lasted live weeks, and was the first since she left the island some years ago. Despite fourteen years of ultra-modern New York, she is, however, still impressed by the great strides her native island has made in its social and business lives since the day of 1958. She left by B.W.I A on the first leg of her journey, refreshed by her holiday, and wishing farewell to the "nn v friendto whom she WH>mable to sav a last goodbve For Ind-finite Stay A MONG the passengers leaving on Fridayought by B W.I.A for Trinidad was Mis* Ruby Gibson of Arch Hall, St. Thomas, who has gone to spend an indefinite hxaloaW with her relatives at Point Fortui For Trinidad Holiday M ISS MARINA SIMPSON, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Simpson of Guinea Plantation, St. John, left the colony yesterday by B.W.I.A. to spend part of her summer vaeution with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wood of Port-of-Spain Druggist On Holiday L EAVING for Trinidad on Friday night by B.W I.A. was Mr. Aubrey W. Smith. Druggist of Baxter's Road, who has gone on four weeks' holiday. He was accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Blanche Spencer of Port-of-Spain who was here on holiday as a guest of her brother and sisteiin-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith of "Melwi." Brown's Gap. Hast %  Businessman In Caracas A RRIVING in the colony on th> 19th July were Mr. and Mn. Henry R. Rallcki of Caraca>. Venezuela, who are orlginifllj from Buffalo. New York. Mr. Ralicki is the Manager in Caracas Of Pan-American Standard Brands INC. Mr. and Mr*. Rallcki are guests at the Crane Hotel. Supervisor Of Agencies L T. COL. F. WOOD, Boparvuni of Agencies for the British West Indies of Messrs. SankeySheldon Ltd. of Ixindon. arrived from Trinidad on Friday by the S S. Golflto on a business visit and will be remaining for two weeks as a guest at the Hotel Royal. He was accompanied by Mrs Wood. On Short Visit RS. Al.KDA BOWEN. Pro1 |tn*Mr1ni Diawrig of Ihi Texas, -md Mrs. George Lowe, Ttsiirliij to an oil operator, also here on Friday night by B.W.I.A. vu Puerto Rico :ind Anli H ua lo* g short fwudav visit and are guests at the Hotel Royal. Off To The U.K. M l: ASHTON C ASHBFF Manager of L'ltvlugf Plantation in British Guiana :n the 14th August. During ntt absence, the Hon. P. D. Mac Donald will ho Governor's Sir Kenneth Blackburn* has been in the Leeward Islands two years and this Is the first occasion that he will be taking u few •Jays leave. A Noted London Suigeon Explains why fho BuJielins from Buenos Aires Speakof 'Desperate' one day and *RaI/ymg fhe nexr . By GEORGE SAVA Everybody upuzzled by the seemingly conflicting reports about Eva Rerun's iUness. One day she is said to be sinking A few days later we hear of her fmllingly receiving a delegation In th" course of her duties. Then she is reported to be "critical" again. What is really wrong with hn How rnn she be alternately working one day. then critical!..' HI? From personal knowledge of I Eva Pemn, I believe I know ihe truth. ITp-ctovrn Leu co? mi a, from which she is suffering, is a disease In which' the white corpuscles of the blood multiply alarmingly. Violent upg CROSSWORD "I never heard of anyone milking on his ear." said Willy. "Bui does thai mean vou csn't do it? I'm lomg this poem. Rirht %  hurry to ttnd a road." "A road, Willy? Wa] %  Why" ftacftMse the first d my poem irrfhe Who Hopped down ihe road -' %  In got lo find a read to hop Iowa," With that willy ttsjstsdj topping otf again, but nvnasj il lo Call over his SlOMSilSI to Kniui: "(urn* along and you'll *** 10W I do the rest of my poem. It's *ery peculiar." Knarf ran after W illy gat ,'imU-ti and over the fence to ike road. When he got there, Willy ** %  Uresstj hopping down it. A inirute later, however, he stopped all ehestuut in*. He g ip at the high brant-he* ... | re ached him. "What are you doing no?" I Knarf asked. "I'm doing the nexl two linen jf | :b poemHe hopped nnd he heaped And all at one M p I I "Yea?" said Knarf Then," said Willy, "taw He said; -Now W iet? I'll hoi. gg Saying Hit,. Willy hrt h-rk ^n %  rotedo 1 his hind legs and then sprang i with all hin might. But he could reseh even the top of the trunk, i! fell bsck. Then he tried again and again . and again. It wa* r use. At last, quite disappointWilly sat down under tht Hohhed: "The tiee was so high It made Willy cry-" But suddenly Willy stopped r log and hrolie out into s smile. "Is lhat part of the poem, too' Knryf wanted to know, Willy nodded. "Oh yes'. This h rest Of the poem. Just listen So finally he eaMi l.el the tiee hop instead' I've made enough tries; m just tray i d Willy interrupted himself at Instant to ghost out his toagtir calch something. "Willy!" shouted Knarf. "\\ are yon mtchtng?" •Files!" answered Wih |last word of the whole p now I've done it rll! l-nt n | %  riWful gnme?" Knarf hail to agree thn it ... ,i seen anyone il a poeie about a to tnsd lo do i(! 1* r iriT Tr 1 T:T in rm '" IT lo rr I U — — R Igird U> al'ng -ound %  aailor. a a PMUshr.tw consumed ha u moawwts e7. <9k —" %  l'si;l<(ll ruhlOD PLAZA THEATRES BARBARKKH l*l lli BRIGHT VICTORY Ar"i U i PeCSV KI'ATI.V DOW NEXT ATTHAt-TXiN LIFE Of RILEY MUMMY'S GHOST STORM WARNING SEPTEMBER AFFAIR SILVER CITY AMAinio imorwt a I Vill\i. %  ANMi < SI n. gvtry sneak dots. • is. i..u iic -1*1am •• %  IS. A tip* o: :. i. iseaml#l ; Automaton, if) SO. rtrt • i debt. ^SIS: ft ___* fnentr. isi 1 nine be mud. ll moiiym o* two thirds of B i. i Onuad in March. <|> %  • a deorat pt but %  ssBdrea•irii: ;sucr it. lei . Fervid, a i IS. gprtafele wuiS. warouif •o'.urt. .*• is Fart vou set as %  It. gtaua irsmaa inntrumeni ? letuttsn i t*a*ro' uui•! r. -assweu l ns U. Imc *•: ... Aw a >uWMl %  '. hnto O, sr.urwi. i.< ., "l; SO AT'r.:'t!ir IftlPfrfl. UIPII n*n l. mar: . mto. <, It^nl'jr^tl and downs in the condition of the patient arc typical because of Ihe treatment The diseased blood may ba ulmont tompli'tely drained from the, body and healthy blood infused. Within a short while ihe patient would be normal again, but m.i for long. The white corpuscle,* multiply* and a collapse occurs again. The spleen Is sometimes lemoved ag a desperate remedy. nnd blood transfusions will repeBtcdly restore the sufferer, but the iicurrent relapae groan Si aver. In December 1948. when lecturing in Buenos Aires on surgery n Itniain. 1 was presented lo i leMdeut I'eron .md his wife. Her face ws pale nnd intense, She seemed to be consumed with fever. BetuMth her eyes were dark, neavy rtogg, EkM ll.id llM gBgWhll gnag of a woman who was hurnlni; -nerself out, though she was not then 30. That look on her face mighi have bean a sign of illness-—or the result of ecstacy which sometime; romes to women of net tempsseanent. Next day I talked to her personnl physician. All he would say was that Evlta. the worker' heroine, was driving herself to death for the people. . A week later I was sent for" agaln by her secretary. My book* had pleased Mme. Peron and she wished me to write her biography. Why should a young woman like Eva Peron want her biography written" When 1 thought of hew she looked, I thought inevitably of incurable disease. Now I knew A year ago 1 again met BvH Peron in Buenos Aires. She wus desperately ill. Every movement was an effort. The curious burning look had incre as ed. And the fact that she had two specialists in attendance left no room for doubt. One was Professor Rleardo Flnoehlctto. among the best abdominal surgeons m the world. The other WM a famous cancer expert Irom New York They called on her several times. A little later the Argentine heard that an operation had been performed. One rumour—that ?ihe had cancer of the womb—was in my v lew .nlikely lo be true A gynaecologist would hawg bean necessary for such an operation irul none was present. But since Eva Peron was glttrnately reported unconscious and revived, Ihe suggestion that she had in fact, leucaemia began to gain credence. All the evidence points lo this being the truth. Leucarmia could produce all the signs I saw on the sertora's face. Drastic Rernedy Slncp leucstmia is skin lo cancer. X-ray treatment Is sometimes given. That would account for ihe visit of the specialist from New York. The more drastic remedy of removing the spleen Is an operation only a first-class abdominal specialist would undertake. And :• was Professor Fmochietto who oaajnrtad I have now in Britain two patients under treatment for leucapmia. One is a woman of 33—almost precisely the age of Eva Peron. POCKET CARTOON by OSBFRT LANCASTER ...u UMI ftt u dark .... Lurrum into my li/rwiiho '.fin', %  •* %  |i. i how il'ir' After two pints of blood had been transfused, she was sitting up and enlertalnlng me to tea an hour later, and she has been kept alive for the past two year' i \ t ransfuai on s. The other patient Is a man whose spleen was removed two years ago. To-day I frequently receive urgent messages that he i.-. dying. Yet blood transfusion restores him. The "dying man" is able to resume light work the next day. But in Ihe end leucarmia la invariably fatal. Removal of the spleen, transfusions—these can am Ult sometimes for a few months, sometimes for a couple of years, or even more. But that i.i all. It is this evil thing that has gripped Evn Peron. — L E. S. • IX STOCK .t#* Assortment #/ • LADIES' NYLON HOSE • LADIES' NYLACE IK .i • LADIES LISLE HOSE • CHILDREN'S ANKLETS ALSO — NEW SHIPMENT OF . • MEN'S WILSON FELT HATS S2.M. S2.lo. S2.2K. 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•1MHI II I \ HI, IM1 -I M>AY AKVIM \u lUJtEE l\l>l\ Mil IS: 11. .. II. IIII I K.,.!, % %  >* BRIGHT VICTORY !" E ATOMIC III MI'IIKF. IU. \t; i THIS WEEKEND, mp billing goes to "Brlgt.1 ej the Plaza, Barbaiv. -. Kobsun and a fine cast headed by Arthur Kennedy deserve much credit for an .'xerlUnt ;ind moving drama in which sentimentality and over-emphasis have been skillfully avoided. This film is about the rehabilitation of blind war veterans, and the splendid work that is done for them both therapeutically and psychologically, as well as the under %  tand tng and encouragement from those who can see and those who are blind, alike. Arthur Kftinnh. who recently completed a long run in the leading role of the Broadway success, Dentil Of A Salesman" U tha particular veteran with whom wf are concerned Wounded In the .Mean invasion, he is returned 10 the U.S where he is to d that he will be blind. His bltlcrnsg |Bd IMaf Of the future are tcniduallt OWKOM by the treatment he receive* at the Vallt-v Forge Army hospital, where gsg men are taught eonlldenre ax>d complete self-reliance. His Or* visit home prove-: ., shattering exI'uv. I.,, k el understanding* and thoughtlessness are the chief causes of his un happiness nn.l wh. n 111 him she cannot face the muor'.iinty of their future, he returns to the hospital and to a young girl whose love for him, ;ind clear-sightedness, give him fresh hope and self-reliance. Arthur Kennedy's performance is tlrst rate and carries strong conviction in his gradual growth i iupmcnt and his reallzaUon thai ultimate sscurity ma* mtrv!t u m thoroughly ggtfm Within himself. Peggy entered smug and rather colourDow U charming as the younggirl lvn peTva „ Pvrtina he Is tupwhj lqyv him with a warm sym^^ |0 ^ ^ but found hla pathette understanding and uncharacterisation unimpressive. Of selfishness that his family and lhfl wome „ ( i would give llrst place friendcould not give him. to Roaalyn Boulter for her careThere are good dramatic situafiw come-easy, go-easy mterpretlons I.e. when the blind soldier is i a ti.. n of a Cockney floozie. Palriforced by the nflicer in charge to ri m brawl lift ween two of the women—that probably has its momenta, has been removed from the film "In lol<>" with the result that the continuity is rudely jarred. I may say that the picture arrived here with i[ys deletion and I cannot see why we should not be left to make our own decisions as to what scenes should be censored. Deadline I'.S.A. DEADLINE USA. starring re remarkably vital and Humphrey Bogart. Ethel Barrysharply drawn, from the Little "i'rc and Kim Hunter can be seen Cockney shop girl down to the ht the Globe. A realistic newspaper engine driver who commits murdrnnvi, it succeed* in shewing the der In l blind (It of Jealousy. --any pressures under which a The story concerns a young free press operates. There also Englishman whose ambition Is to seems to be a good deal of law* be a writer. To see how the snfo <•<> %  -' gcttvlta undertaken by 'other halt" l.i ha t..kt>s himthe %  liilT of the paper thai misht setf to Lenten Town, where under iietter have been left In the pro,is> assumed name, he becomes per hands. However, the newspofrlendly with a Cockney girl. A per background is so detailed and midnight visit to her room Is authentic that the film carries rudely interrupted by the arrival weight and conviction. of her "steady" and our author The plot concerns a managing heats a hasty retreat. Next morneditor whose wife has divorced ing. he reads that the girl has him because she feels that he Is Wen murdered and though he wedded to his work With his Job knows wh" committee] the crime, being terminated in three days, i.other man be condemned due to the paper being sold to sooner than exiiose himself to tho rival interests he devotes hit republiclty that would follow were maliung time t exposing a vlea it knowr. that he was contorting king and gangster—nearly loses with slum people. The "other his life in doing so—but neverthcmon" Is Hiohnrd Todd. who made less goes down in a bla?<* of headhls flrsl screen appearance in this lines' though he loses the pape.-. picture, and ha* since gone to the he does succeed in getting his top. A petty burglar, condemned wife back, • he did not commit, he Doirart fans will probably enpsnda %  fi. i ysaui m kul and m kjj the. itar*i pttforaunea vfaidb nil release, neally collects his (ruck me as somewhat fiercely and forces the writer to morose, with the exception of a admit his presence in the murderquiet scone with Miss Barrymore, ed girl's room and the identity of srtdow ,,f the paper*! founder, the killer. where he shows a more human Hil fervent portrayal of tho side Kim Hunter [.lavs Mr nowronged man iv excellent and it gait's wife, who would definitely is obvious that Mr. Todd ha.fine seem lo have had the short end acting ability and knows how to of Ue marriage stick, while Maruse it. Stephen Murray's role of tin Gabel is an effective wicked the writer. ChristopBer Drew. c..ngster. AGE Another Talk from London A sequel to Usl weeks talk over ihe BJsX* General Overseas Service on atomic power will be given in Uw coming week The subject this lima atomic development. The Speaker Uw-. tune will be Or. A. S Mcfarlaiuof the Nation*! Institute *' i Research at Mill Hill. North London, whcie Isotopes I utll .lie being u*ed in medical research Hu talk %  Isotopes are amon| poweiful %  %  %  %  dMgribssJ plest possible terms bv Professor Fred, rick Soddy H 'B* • %  .it 10 15 p ID OH W..r 0 the 'Msd-week Talk. FARM AND GAKDIA IsU t^rnnl.i THK COCONUT—M fcVfl wi the western hemi>t hi i.-. long accustomed. En i nun y purposes to i ur butter ami Othei fate, rainlorood t>\ allv >ii and the cheaper cottt sreansg and iimiiur ungucntg for personal use, hj ;..ihapa u> uvarlook the Rrwil n portance and essentiality of coconut oil to east. 11 ind personal us*, into buttons, cups, ladles, ipoo Uy, and other utensils, toe hj interpjrui of the trunk furnish post %  .md and .altersthe roots, a dye fabric of life generally, and has Ai.d finally, the unOUituri been so for gensrations. it i, essence ytotds a sap from VftU UA\ m IIIMIV case-, iheir main w-.e. vinegar or sugar even saw the b. made Altognher. gfhg4 SB ortumty for handcraft itili/ni|[ ihe pewrtjded by Uns unique brta grating th> ITCHING 1 INFLAMED /j^SKIN FNINIi HINTS KIR AMATEURS ii.a i i it Travel Talkrite the svmpalhies of anyone. Fr Them Thai Tmppgs .it the Plazii Bridgetown, FOR THF.M THAT TRESPASS is rhe dramatic story of a miscarriage of Justice. Starting off In the genteel atmoNphere of an upper middle class English family, the scene sbtftl to the drab and rordid backgiound of a London slum. However, squalid as this parl ol London osay be. the charThere are IWQ travel talks l. %  Overseas Si lbs eomini '.v flrsl Is 'Pleasant JouiWyn/ord Vaughn Tbonu who rounds off his recent retun< visit to India and Pakistan after five years absence in recallli %  urea ean Vaicea' on Sunday, 27th. presents a short story by Geoffrey In-nylon of Barbados. another by Ian Ramsay of Jamaica and love poems by J oseph Ptoeo of Trinidad and Horace Mitchell of British Guiana. Broadcast begins at the regular time of 7.15 p.m. TAI.KINf. POINT Bcf after atl whaf tcmild tli. E'ipluh be \ci too ai\M.meumes pracor at any rate a fortnightly din Used but in the mam the eastern and in this way it will keep it mind prefers Ihe crude article. trim well groomed Now, ii* rigU) i export njde Ihe laboui of clipping it will be parts consisted :> less than if this ]0b| dried nuta for eoolenajnsry puiis done less often. poses. Avlually. it l| only about Ome a hedge is neglected until! ..u lhal conunerll '' overgrosfi it is a tedious and cial aiul industrial developments dWtcult job lo get it Into thaM ensured the greater uUilsallOJi ol Map, ""I when Just c.ut after ihi gCWl aa an important neglect ihe hedge preseiits jn uglv %  i h.,ih .1 ^"I'l"'*' I" 1 *. Instead of Ihe nil < tLiiow and'oiL^v:-':.^":.," E^g^-* ^ !" I >bed as the Consols of ^ J^ e „ lilk ,. tl (ll the tost. • There was a demand ovl r nls ht f le lrtn , n ,, ht II DBS dried mil in ihe form ol sjUdSOer U| MIIC \-> it thai copra (either sun or kiln dried) u |, ^, mv highly skilled job rcand this trade also developed In quiring great sfrength and andurthe West Indies. Later local an. e It is nothing .1 n,. capital was invested In BMdar.i thhedge Is In nrder. in milling,,: %  r.i..>. in. rnore than a straight eye, a pair with efficient crushing and the use of sharp well oiled shears, and I of hydraulic presses the i>ulk of couple of hours steady work. Once DM BJ is extracted. Uie remainthe hedge has been regularly trimUig cake providing a valuable nu u 'bntv or forty feet of hedge stock feed or fertilizer. The icrBI "^ we r,l PI H,d U 'V anft aidr ^ fined product is sold in the tore* in .:' T vl *'"' J 1 ", 11 !" _, of oil or made up into marg..nn 0 Katphig 'he hedge in good ord and related eompOU i M u ., U,, '. J ,, ^ beCO "^ ** rod ucl ! anon, nothing looks worse than %  world wide significance. Its high ^Urlr* Keage Its neglect seem %  quality and food value In relatiNi to lower the lUndard of the whol< lo high priced butler fnt are no garden, and does more lo -jii ll and. even In the general appearance than almost United States, where there his am other kind of neglect. & been severe crltium and opnoBad M to ksstp MsVntd sllion from the dairy industry, than others. its sale Is rapidly gaining ground. Sweat Lime. Cherry. Bread and. Animals just oannel compete wttsi ' Olive are dipped mou the pahn HargmrlnS Is, without easilv lhan Casuarina. These tlrvi. doubt, a boon lo ihe harassed mentioned give %  firmer mou I housewife and future developev '" •" T "T'^ 1 *nor" • ... miiii.n. mi> i ..'(.. in. nured by 0uq> %  k'hukg kio> "iimrti II r fnends because "I bouisnds have %  trouble* for ever 1 rbsdoB sur ^^ln irouhl.. UK IMM) V>HIU be .khghlcd how %  < NfacTM and heals. SB an -km comi MsUna Sores, DhotN l neiil'U ^ HUI S-g*. osHuuuecuon /tase i penclts %  1 DOB gc I ur jH / —f I. ihng . n l-P DD PRESCRIPTION FOR THE BEST I SUSTIFM us*-n-uui SILVEfi STAR' CONGOLEUM INSIST ON SILVER STAR SOLD AT ALL THE LEADING STORES llant for While I well ker' always .i source of adr interest. The coconut is regarded now AS the world's mo | ImpaTs tant food fruit. What about the pa.m •tseli.' Opinion is divided as to it i.s of old or in The fact is lhal sea currents lui to jump about and elude she.us Of all our hedges Casuarlna Is probably the most difficult to keep m good anape ret srbet tin haaM is well kept it make Rossaj r lnl helges need not be iiuite as severely trimmed a* playad an important p-rt m t*" JStv-n-w*teUsB Wnd. lor Wdi U-ansporlUkg ihe iiul* from oiu u ,, * Ko ,hl %  "ers. whic .ti_. ... .l.^..r t.....i ,t i, ..I........ •atneigy if you ( %  •! wors out. deprensd. Of gsnerillr rua down %  glut or two %  ear of gwcklMt Tontc Wins will qunUly rtor lost •ntr|y and tons up the wl-ole nroui iriivm. Gividf naw vitiiii) it forufiti you igiintt hrrsf and ihuition ind rsmaniDsr. Bucklut Tonic Wins u Mpemllx valvsble 4(u il". %  i.'.ei ;Ti halo in In. II hief heauty. a chance phyle. thai is. It tOSBTatsa and V. i .ve.. :i. il.,wering hedge , lt lto ltm be allowed to s^untrimmed %  -"ust be kept judiciously clipbut i qui A i.iinfall o, ,10 ,.u„., e,e:,l ^rttSJ^uS iMFlS** distributed la considered ademia^ ^^n,,, trimming tall toe ground WlgCT asesgsdl lliu h,.dKtneeds more judginenl nght forward ] %  -. BTOVstttni uca water i on ti,; ,| i:in trlmndni the non-fl d nevei atagnanm Hta% %  kind in Tiinidmi. ihe laori ol.i hedges are verj tOvtly, but %  arc unsuitable. Tb priiiutiva mj gt bush] brpi the coconut was simply a n %  that provided fd. drink, sht than the Bxora commonly seen In ter and raiment. Ii nidi docs ; .1 Harbados This smallci I%  l these things and more in the .c trowt quite easily here, and ll modern time*. U-t ugli.n. .'Niild be quite an Idea for somebrlefly at Its many uses. lS ihe. huj-k wmcs coit Bbffg for broosns cordage, brushe-.. ma .-. ti*.. ,ilto uaefj for caulking; the loaves .i lhatd i niir; the leaf >*U>lks yiel.i felling. handles for tools and brushes; tho husk may also be used as a atom Ing brush and together with the vhell b fuel, the shell ta mule In British Guiana it I torn to have a hedge made up ol dil'ere-it kinds <.r fiou.rlng plan!This novel idea might also be tried here by some pioneering spinU-d -odener Our Harhadiati |smkfl aie inclined to be rather coii:.crvn\.. and would (>.sU the bett fin some hold puit to lead ulong new and aa /et untm WE Braw Seli CtSji MilU Sillers HAVE THE ( i Scale* Cake Pans Fish Turners USka Spoons KIT4 IIK\\v\ni: Drippiuu Pan Pallie Pan Sponge 1 iii.-i i Pans Seoups Cork Screws Can Openers En 11, .il, rSTOCK Mincers IcinR Sets THE CORNER STORE NEW AMERICAN AND CANADIAN %  P R E S S E S ALL ONE PRICE • BREEZY BARE ARM SPORT DRESili Pretty Solid Colours • ORGANDY WITH APPLIQUE FLOWERS Youthful, colourful New Dresses For Cocktails or Dancing • SHEER FLORALS COCKTAIL DRESSES "BOLERO SUN DRESSES • PRETTY FLORAL CREPE DRESSES • MATERNITY DRESSES Solid Colours and Pretty Florals DOZENS (IF STYLES TO MOOSE FROM THESE NEW DRESSES $1 00 NEW PLASTIC HANDBAGS Transparent Dark and Light Pastel Shades $ 3.10 CANADIAN NYLON PANTIES The quality you have long been waiting for $ 2.31 LADIES COCKTAIL HATS Smadly Styled Hats to suit the most discriminating $4.32 Select from a large and varied Stock :Permanent Pleated Nylon Skids, Ladies' Blouses. 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PAGE KHR si NDAY AI1VOCATE -1 Ml XV. JILY 27, 1*52 IHIH Li ALL IS NOT WELL WITH LOCAL CRICKET Qollege Curry Off Hasketlxifl Champion shi/t Hv It. s. COPPtN Yesterday's Cricket KACLNG NOTES H \Mi RERS v I'K KWK K Wjndrrrr* I Il'lul at 228. LUCM who haa done th bulk of iht*connp. I iricluiiinB two U on the i wag f in i.. i* bou Odfl jcruuud ilcldiiif //v />r\\ H\I a i IS THE ANSWER NT events in Ihe local Barbados Cricket with ,i similar fate, • • gooa to prove an old con%  *< %  •x-md Inninus' lenllon ol nun* that there is need for a revision of 1!" r UM. ruMl to meet present dajconditions Defeat fenthe Pic kw ic k ian i inevitable seeing that the; The lclhornv at Iha Savannah hai disappeared iince last I and now the mort casual visitor to the track can tell that something li afoot. Not only have the hot their efforts, but the trainers and even the hangers on. wear a keener air. Indeed it has been rumoured that it Is not only the hones that get nt around this day for 1S1 in reply to Wandertwrticularlv aood durina thi "">. certain particularly conscientious trainers, so gossip would have en' flr innings total of 3. and neriod and ihcv nrevented Carl u believe, becoming even more wound up than their charges: Be that force.; to follow on, are now faced £_ fnvm t .u n /,:,, A ,..„-. „^~ as it may, there i no doubt that Races are almost upon us. and nome 11 by wing man*%  boSSry!/! attempt to analyse the form in the more important events i< clearly Farmer and K.' L, Brookes each Justified. nrBRV got 3 for 62 and 70 respectively. wnili ipturad 2 for : 28. With a deficit of 147 %  aslly summarised. It conW, The poaition In regard to The Ijerhy The baskprinciples of the rules rannot ba lvr lost the wicketv .jits n trying to find the answer to the question "Who or What can ..| but 1 should only be pushing at an open Hoad. Junior, K. A. Orccnidg*-. !" lUl a •' of IA. run?, bo found to beat Bright Light*'' At first tba answer"nothing"—l.' door if I attempted to press an obvious case. I shall topscorer in the first innings with ""Ue began their second innings (hls „ v| aU loo MI y and, certainly on form alone It is difficult, l> draw attention to the existing state of *9. and Edwards, their opening w.Ui C. r. UM. Mur. ovcn imposi |bi fr to visualise Mr. Barnard's fill) being seriously threatbatsman. John Goddard held OH t .-*> i,nd Ln,s P J,r "Pened connened R acmg however would be a dull business if the unexpected never happened, and I think that the Derby situation is at least open enough to permit us to indulge In a little mild speculation g*rt* 8H %  Protect your gums and you protect your teeth, for gum tr>>unlcs CMaM OVCt 5 P er cent, of tooth* losscs. To promote firm, healthy gums, use Ipana tooth ; | Ipana and Massage. Use Ipana, also, to brush your teeth extrawhite and reduce acid-forming bacteria that cau*e deenv. This is the way to keep your whole mouth healthy; the wav you will Dnd refreshingly different" because of lpana's mint flavour. THE TOOTH PASTE.. REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT ply iffau i HASTY DECISION Marbados Cricket Association, through its Board of Hani i %  eoattpar a ttv al y hasty decision to change I also shuffled teams in : ingiiig the numltet of playing days mines from three to two days, I thought that this alone was ample suggestion that the entire rules governing assogamea ihould 11 |\H Kamplc, tinlaw which requires teams to start games at 1.00 IUICS giltce. This has created such an anomaly %  i plain DMNM NOT A SINGLE GAME I P i lias commence*! at 1.00 p.m.. within nn kno past fifteen years ami the 1 30 p.m. hour that this 0 that many games '.h.iii I p.m. Thi ..mended and the law made either 1 pjn. or 1 30 p.m. Teams which have tunwd up in time to start at 1 p.m. In %  at toning : d* %  dubtMd unsporting and have met with no success in having the opposing teams take the field. i MPIBES <;i II.TY TOO T KERI turn raf ua ad to take it J lieid baton i N i %  • %  I m were made the grace cut out i tart on time. ii i that some business houses close at 1 p.m. on Saturdays and loyed iii Hi' 01 would be at a disadvantage. Well than if tnii la considered tound ground) for axtaouaUon than nul and tat there be something definltt AFRAID? MI'IHKS ti-i have l.e.n afraid to invoke the law of fair dad this pair dctermincly and .it i I Lying the pace bowling the day. was lint* 13 "' Kdkhill and Warren comfortResuming their innings at 23 abl ^ Thpy had taken the score for 1 yest U. 'hus giving Lodge a good soon In trot kati "'" |{| "" fhm C. b William* falling for an a : hip by knoekRirkett was out for 11. and Hoad ing back Grant's stumps for %  i in v.r> laseftd -l Includ First of all, we may as well admit that at her best Bright Light would surely outclass her field. Th. quastton then resolves itself into whether we have any grounds whatever for assuming that she mav not be quite at her peak. 1 think (bat MrhaM WO bava, If 04 very slenderest. Sur-!y w.can assume that Ihe Trinidad Ji.i • g must have taken something out of her, as must the sea voyage up. K. A. Greenidge the hero of the boundaries. Ih ami actually the nright Light like all her family, ll %  Boon tvp, „f (Illy, the reverse .i .: nnings and John G lining ol the end, because. Murraj xx i d was caught behind the wirket bowled by F. Edgnitl afii %  -. i'T Eric Atkinson. GfHaMga t au-iu .; a valuable 24 which %  %  an iTtaa. no bataman reached double ,„ figures : • on to scon tcfore he Want at number 7. caught b> ill Atkinson's bowling. His innlni fd 7 fmn M Foatar'l 14, the other batsmrn .11 fell below double figures. Drv and flaking at the top, the II UtKlM>N ,„<( xxukrt playad tnckily, and th KMMKK madhun pat i %  .__ > Bnpjrc has ao far gamed JU., c ^ Mu0n .. ,.| may -i This, boa i 00 absent, the innings iftac lunch for 58. HABaUSOM COLLEGE n. BMPlEE COLLEGE 1M 252 of phlegmatic, and it is nt least possible that h<-r prolonged career in Trinidad may have lust : %  • % %  'he fine edge off her Assuming this lo be true, sire there still among the other candidates any likely to take her measure? Unfortunately the one with the best credentials for this task, 1 refer to Dunquerque. is unlikely to be at her bast, She is not %  robust filly by any means, and has suffered more than one setback in her preparation. It will take alt the 'kill that her connections possess to produce her on Derby Day in a condition to do herself Juslice. 1 do not intend to leave her out of my calculations by any means, but I shall be a little surprised if she pulls it off. That leaves us with Cardinal. First Admiral, Seedling, and Rambler Rose. Of these. Cardinal has been coughing, and may oc may nol be fully recovered bv Races. He is doing reasonable gallopa, but hardly up to Derby form so far. First Admiral tried conclusions with Bright Light in Trinidad and I can think of T ) he should re%  %  form ovex here. Itambli r Hose is undergoing a most serious ind doing so with credit, but she has disappointed before K, ...av again. There remains only Seedling, and ll is from him, # *" College if | „„(, thc sigru correctly, that the greatest clanger to Bright Light College scored mav develop. An undoubtedly backward colt at two. he has made PRODUCT O* %  RnTOt.HYU l. •• %  U' ood ; %  > Won becau % %  of tfl .. rum for vlctOfy were partially robbed of bowlers. for n for 1B6 in their first Innings. The great progress since, and his veteran trainer has made no bones about %  xtremely poor showing, and Bank Hall team replied yestergetting him ready for thc big race. I should certainly, If I had to. d unfair 'his '•** •** DO,lie oul '" ,n '' dJ with 253. tip Bright Light to win, but I should at the same time bear Seedling I I I %  %  ffhan play opened yesterday, vcrv much In mind. and E. Edwards the two %  .,. oCCUplad ,hf wkhwl for THE CHAMPION STAKES batted confidently, and HWJM u UtUa over half an hour. They The form for the Champion Stakes is a lot less easy to interpret It was obvious %  :hiH there was deliberate dcla> and Sl "" r< ', p *^ J J lf 1 > bo ' ro tho lormcr camed hoir over-waak total of thanthat for the Derby. 'As we have never previously seen any of •* lagement cannot mm. l>owletl by a shoot !.% % %  i 4>n xx lr. tba Board of Management occasions, if I raad the law eorractly they have a right to intervene A,K '"*; u ", . of this sort. ' h .?i^oii^nn?n Tnd it T*EAMS are complaining about ^he shortness of the boundaries at ^fig batsmen av> hands om Eric 1M lor ine to 196. Holder got the field perform over the distance, we must rely on our interpretation Wkkat of the matcn of their previous performances aided by our observations of tba yesterday. He took a good regallops. Even the gallops are not very straightforward, as we are turn to dismiss Held for four, constantly being confronted with thc unexpected sight of hi i doing ROSES ORANGE JUICE Cooling and Refreshing — AGENTS — L. M. B. MEYERS & CO.. LTD. the. Greenidge was out full pitch V. I : UM %  .i (hi playtni Beldl This h,i> h.id its echo in fantastic narK j 8 K atuTnad, out of relation to tinperformance itself. caught off • %  This ci ihere had been ceniral com„„„, around from l.laints for som. '-"n grounds and -v. xl-K could mU on hardly be wrong. ..... ..Mhe preparation of the wicket needs some E\el\n Ktlll Out ,, iii Bit %  nave been the obaarvatloni made by some of Ihe Wkkat given them on OCCaslonj when F.velyn. who WBI run weather i ondltiona denied anything short of a perfect wicket orat innings, was out limu ACCIDENT OK DESIGN Ihe second Inning! I N some cases there could be no of design but accident judged a gfftcl If the iieed haa been done. The umpires eon function in these cases but I have yet to see any of them take this a ...lie and a quarter or even further, instead of that old standby of the Grandstand Clock—a box to box. Th.confusion which this en%  an d tri was exemplified recently, when an experienced st<> p enrich "*•-" — for what he considered to be a rather slow half G. Toster was the not out batsman with nine | Trie Chief contributor t<> the r^pert took the tin.total was Camle Smitn ml ^ onI y lo ^e astonished a few moments later when the same : na ban Lni eom pte ted hlch ii Id and should have made. Holdi Thc result was that from I"' 1 I 2 Wickete in V.usecond innings, c. I 4H on the first day oi horBe passed thc winning post play. AUeyne scored 30 and F. table mile and a quarter. T In 99 ll.aring all this in mind, let us pass to a consideration of the inFor li t<>k live dividual candidates. Ten are entered and with few exceptions all are for 52 runs in 25 overs entitled, on their best form, to som > sort of a chance. The exceptions of which -ix were maidens. H. 1 would make are Embers, who has so far showed no sign of being took two for 30 while able to compete with the A's over any distance and Tiberian Lady and Fields captured %  i'li I n0ld Ad!,e, live from the Botl I Ol Management with reference to these three wickets fell for.^^oJJ 00 ^ P"Pfr subject would ,s convincing tbe cricket playing 5 runs, leaving Pi. ksick at the b^ndaries public that ti„ Board of Managemenl is no) an aloof austere bodyOaal end of th* day ': pi.. nf the B I vith nti abiding interest in local dOTm. and M cricket and some understanding and sympathy with the problems Wanderers first innings total that must LnevK *• '•' ff I'OI.I.ECE IIASKI.TUALL CHAMPIONS Y congratul.t k go out to Harrison College who have top ored 3. He had .„ his credit. th 5 of Dnvton played iN-hiiui the to whom the"same criticism applies. To 1h.se might be added Slaintr. although there is no doubt thnt at his best he would have had a reafnr sonablc chance; but one doubts whether he can hope at this stage to ten regain his voulh. Flieuxce might be the next on our elimination w list, but for the fact that she has been going so well at exercise. A i>ie<>-t' ( i soft ^ack on Race Day would put her in with an outside chance. B Tr: n Red Cheeks is a bit of a dark horse, but I cannot fancy her seriously KODjnsoii. on tnc amount of WOTk i nave Men ncr d 0 xhe brilliant Rebate does BARBADOS TUM CLUB IVX ". .,, L I K.-tball Challenge cup this season. '''' i i ,,.u:.i ihey hsnra won by th* irritating - SHOW PLANNED neni wae"unolaykbU at Black J t3. Denis, Atkinson bowli well m ihe first inning for 46 in 18.S overs iOUl of those the '. i only i* runs, Hi* brother Bite alao/took 1 fog .. In the second Inn:. Atkinson took 2 for 26 in 11 overs, white L. St Hill took 2 for 22 in 12 overs. . pener. uot his team off to no lmprPM as n ronc nnd n ha ] f nonw Jinu i should not be surprised a good start with 56. jf 9ne is no ( scn t > fhe remainder would 1 think pose a problem to Claude Lewis, the last man /n nny bookmaker anxious to lay their true odds. For my money, the for Empire, however bl Ofiatstent and genuine Landmark would be lirst choice, but Doldrum play, lie acored fours has been going so well that she cannot be left out. Nor for that matter off three oonaacuUve balls of Mr. r;i |, Firefly or Notoolte; but mv seln-tion (made a full week Sam Headley's last over—the Wt Races) would be Landmark. %  lay. Ah well! I shall keep this article by me until after RBO I Mr. If. %  most suewonder how many of my closely reasoned ronelu-ions will look by eessful bowler for College. He then. % took live for 76 in 16 overs. M. —-— — play than he was yesterday. Tuhfr Tfnnt* f Police were all oul about 20 minSimmons also had a very pood day. He bowled 17 overs ami took three wickets for 48 runs. utes before lunch. Bad Start able to secure Spartan were off to a bad start .ith thc early loss of S. Griffitt: vho was adjudged l.b.w. to Draded. Seml-finafa Tomorrow Table ni-nnals RACES SATURDAY, 2ND AUGUST, 1952 MONDAY, 4TII AUGUST, 1932 (BANK HOLIDAY) THURSDAY, 7TH AUGUST, 1952 SATURDAY, 9TH AUGUST, 1952 the Police pace Mullins and BradUUW V' %  ::'/.".:',.'.,. %  ":.;, %  ',.',„7'.'.',' ;, w "; .,"':'.';;, ','"";'." %  ';.' %  .]'".''!....,-. -;. %  • .1. 1 %  .... %  .-1 ,.„„„:w* ~Sf*g'.J?^S?J v '": : „. *SrH9 ll Jfi! %  otwn >mUUd clulM lnB Hot back eiuW Uxle bUl'-'' !>"' "P UM Kood lotal ot 1S3 was evident that they were almM Lincolu w'onvll whUa Rcj T HF Hurbados Amain i WcmhtlininK As>l Un F.npitc Theatre en August „ „,a„,ly n l w ,. wn<,n "J, h d "f "' "J?"'' 1 Or** A and B nnd Ladles' Doumammoth show to laKc ,, ^ ew LodM School by second day of Their match against But then G. N. Grant and Atkins b | f5 championships will be played m.l.t.lllft~. „„ „,,,,„ hard for this show since UK WMiiiir. .„ „mlnlo and 91 i n at the Park yesterday came together in a fruitful second .„ hc Y.M.C.A. to-morrow night. 1 ih,. torm of iport ii rapidly lalBlnj pcyuiarttji -'i" 1 W Ui some n hc.id of the •cbeduled ttane. brlbuta to the plooeari that while thel inu entei e mp< I I ,„.,„.„ ,„ ttk. & 'ZZn'Zxl" ".',•: ""The-nrsTdiyorpiaysaw Sparhad to keep on the "fast bowler. *£££. .^„„ ,.,.,,.J". rL'-V'i.u ,i ii r,„t nf ,t> 195J t *,„,V !" '"> roul "" >" %  %  '<"*> '" P~'"'')' Mulllra who bowled, 16 Th e games In the B Class are: B ARBADOS I'llll KKl UEAOI K win plaj the nr.t ofita 1K maiden. ,„ whr „ N „ eVentuovers, as the spinner, were inGeorge King vs. D. duller and D. if^? J. U nol out. and K. cflectlve and costly. rntarnv ' .,,, then!' from -4-B,-S :M^nc,S'o ( ir*, which he H.t L.. 111 M DePelMandGuyKlrton. Both of th ull Farine ,., nock of 38 nt number live, helped Police to gain the llrsl Innings lead. When he .vent t without the services of C Dc Pclza and Guj Klrton. Both of these R, i .,, <-r feet wteket, c B willii IM 10and Of Ihe playeri who took part in Ihe H'Mbig games last season, H. COX who had I ,i le. Also Ashton Blackman. the t\in account, can I Mullins off whom 28 runs were scored for one wicket, held a good lenitlh and kept down the BCOrAuhei vs. C. Hcndy. Ruth William* and J. Clarke, the Queen's College double pair. will play Hence C.loumeau and p %  Humphrey ot Y.M.P.c. The paitnei-l.ij • ith thc score at I was broken by a brillis nd who can hit the tcran stage will bi i Blackman. the M,, account, earned the H .. to ., . v?!" "Z," ii, to ,'L "C iT f '."T" %  < r"l S Ur ; u u\ 19 \ whrn '\"' •^&^iS£f^8 !" d3i Few** Hags in charge of Hie Iirookes into the cafe hands of IK. 1M rf fnn M<4. ,v,,,hs,v '••"*'"*" w %  ,s _^ • %  !" "Thc incoming Harrison helped Kinislen: Fe flags will TI1IRTV ONI! I VKNTS IN ALL Tllr. START f)F THE FIRST RACK ON THE FIRST. SECOND AND FOURTH DAYS IS 1.15 P.M.. ON THE THIRD DAV 2.00 F.M. n Ho Kldard now in the v.tcian lteg will IH> in charge of the u,„,,kcs Into the Mfe I indl Ol ll( ,,, ,. ,,, i|r WICKct5> Anolhe: team, wick.-' pi Ol at to bruuj hM | .-.,,,,,, whoee leal minute itaai OIIORTUNITY inningg to a cloae. He had con„ r , ,,h.able to Polic,.; M^'IO lake the score"to lS'tor Wnn'ta toil outpost" of tho Ooportunicj wUI ba given to K Mali MI ol St Catherine who rib uted a vnluaW* vsh o WM howled f£l • Iris in. 1 w ki At the Empire becauso it will cost moro %  e.,!., i ult of hit perfemaiwejilaat *** %  three boundaries, b) King. la-*S\hedi^oSyA\kia%wll to wave xhtm Twenty per ,nd in addition he acored the Fi;(nk K,,,,, rtlm to „ k four ' "' Harrison 20^lV.th not out cent. more. For, through an M of the playeri to win a InniiiKf I"-" 1 foi (i runs In u over. M and Hflrrlson 20 both not ul 0tfers ight by customs offlcera > M -.-,.., No '' 1 luca '* J'ned Williams and „ jj bowler. Slack fielding from the Police drafting the new tariff rates, tho Ihe playeri who should be watched %  >• Green Ol Middlesex this pair took ll* tilUlpe took three for 35 in 13.5 players, were in some measure one-time duty-free Union Jacks who is reported to be the fastest bowler Men tor the season. The the double century mark and >. Bowen two for 34 responsible for Spartan's 1^3 must now pay an ad valorem quite naturally include W. A %  C'-'^; %  of^H.ingers who „,. n sU n together when the inm 12 ovei Bowen was more runs. holidaying with her relatives at %  Ml for development on %  a big scale, AlloBi-lhci the stage mngl WJts ,i,. r i., ; . on lhc flral day of Scorn on af B duty of 20 per cent. Tin2 SWEEPSTAKE will be officially closed on THURSDAY, :I1ST JULY, 1952, and will bo drawn lor on FRIDAY. 8TH AUGUST, 1952, at the GRAND STAND at 4.00 P.M. 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SUNDAY, JULY M, 1*42 "^ SUNDAY ADVOCAT* PAGE FIVE OLYMPICS More Records Broken At Helsinki League Cricket Notes BARTHEL WINS THE 1,500 METRES Mr. T. A. D. (tele Ad vert win, Managi I of the Adtoa d itis at present in llekinki covering ike Olvmpn (. ..u,HKI-SINKI. July M AT HELSINKI to day -i' was rather u toon although the march <>l records amitlnilW It M quit* possible that nut Mnct the first games have au many record* bean established Already everybody has lost count, but no doubt someone will compile a list when it is all avar. So far in all the sections of the entire game* Russia is leadinf on points with the USA. second Today the track and field events began with the Decathlon which as I write is still going on As was expected. Bob Mathias of the U.S.A. is leading, but his compatriots Campbell and Simmons are not far behind The afternoon •• %  %  **• win by Inches from the American with the ladies shot putl and the From the rath* quid 4 by 100 nuttrt relay heats In the which hu win received ttwai former, anothw world record w*. clear thai moat peopk did n.* set up. Russia once again inmni know who ww winning H and the Ooid Medal with OaUna were probably coriultin,, me Zybina who put the weight 50 numbers in then uriMraanaasfl feet IUJ .none* Thi. u lurthe. Bui Barthel voToh huTpwiU inan the best done by son* men. and Du turn of 3 mil Second was Marianne Werner of seconds lowered LovaiseVi Germany, third Klsvdija TecheOlympic record* b> s much as nova another from the U8&B 8 4 seconds He was 2 2 seconds nnd both of these a* well as the outside Gundei Haw's world fourth and firth in this event all record. win ,. (, w .„. ,.i broke the old Olympic record of thought of Barthel m the likclv 45 feet 1 v 4 inches. The Russian winner is prohably due to the fart women are obviously as strong if that Britain's Bannister bv his rcno* stronger than they were said ,-ordg m England and Americ. to be by'nearly all sports writer? over a mile was considered before the Games. almost a certainty. Lueg of GerSurprnlng fteult many had also gained plenty of But the most surprising result publicity with hi.s world record in the Games came off to-day over this distance only a few when the little considered Joseph week* ago. But BaiuVl won both Barthel of Luxembourg won the his heal and Semi Final The final 1.500 metres. No doubt a numorder was Barthel, McMillan u! ber of people were sorry to see the U.S.A., Lueg ot Germany and the name of the great Jack LoveRoger Bannister of Britain. Bunlock wiped off as the holder of the nulcr who claims that he can Olympic record, but there was no only run one oi two very good uni-eitainty about it as the flrsi miles per yeai certainly ian one eight in this event all finished in of his beat to-day, but it was not better time With tha Steeplechase good enough. yesterday It ranks as the greatest Ladies' 200 Metre* record breaking feat of the The last final at the Olympic * mM Stadium today was the Ladies' I ?*V %  ^'ST 1 up Tmc l from ^ 'r*tre*Tand In this MUIJOI -,• %  tart to finish. The order changed Jackso,, handsomely won but nut several times until the new world a* easily as she aid In the Svini record holder Werner Lueg of futab yesterday whan' she broke Germany took over w.th about „,. world fW)ord Hw u f he began hi. final sprint on the *f. r £* b > %  ^* *j ,ro **". last band It looked as if he was d,d l*2 *? "• "f^**!" ia the certain winner. Roger BanWH ? "'• %  Kadeihoa Khmykinu nistar and Robert McMillan of nd 'ourth Winsome Crtppt of the U.S.A. were prominent at this Australia who both did 24.2, once time and Barthel and Prances El e /" ,n boating Mr* Blanker. Mabrouk were chasing them Koens old record. Home Stretch Tne firs i heals in tin 400-mcti. Coming Into ihe home stretch rPl ay were also run. In the MrMillan. Bannster and Barthel hitter the Jamaican team quahwere all gaining on Lueg McMilhed easily wiUi %  time of 3 minIan caught Lueg first and juv. utes 12.1 seconds, but both the when he looked like winning, U.S. and Germiin teams did Barthel pulled out something exbetter times in their resixrctlvu tra and passed both of them to heats which they won. Olympic Summaries Me*,. 8. Sim W*' kaa-auo SI I I* TSa BaLssria*. tea SHI ** %  •> .Art— •*.*•. '-irfil i-a. Uw kulmnan* bid I„M„ tN ana IMII. „,. lit. Olymei, Court Mifc rni.. %  rull i-at Poflqeal MX la two in • •In BMK HIVIII niuad Han* Hail %  NW B. kiuil J Pwluul f P^rlUB.] •bawaaUM issa.l afl M^uM W Ih • Th US -..-. %  ad tar •* %  i*, %  WM rwuna at (ha Ottrapu nrni U-U U.r.im Boa^nia • m aaU lo Ihr%  i raunt >a ih. ritinii>aiu>i. i*Tmiiv ,T.IM r.i.u -.-,. *n I"" Otrauw 4S44 IStli %  SHU mi ll". Biiiou %  %  mil*, il'ctiunli By -< niiiiuii. Big Games Fu-st of the scries of the DC L big game will begin b P.C. grounds when an otlicial League team Mill TIKI team reprvsenutivc of U mediate division ot the Barbados Association. Although ithia is an unofficial fixture i should serve some un-ful purpx>~i .nid ought to be a regular fixtuii between the League and ttu Barbados Cricket Association. It, the first place it would provituan opportunity for the In termed, iites lo stake a claim for any of the players in this division fconsideration in the senior gra IS Tnd %  SSSSa Hral BBS In>n> IS iaiMI> 17 1 -HI*I'1IM. i.. Mllni. IHSI .l,| l.r.. Hl itl kSM itm „ „,.i,|, ,., %  aasMassi lei Hamaaurhl 'Japan' M iw. tnd Minin .rrDi.c-1 M> ^i S.,l N WUkl* F Edahlll c Murray b Farmer a J A Wiiiian. c&ii ranaar . t O Edfhlll c Brookta b Psnaar 0 M Woi C 8 Wllllami not OMt H Co* c iw k Oranti b K t fsSSSSal N 8. Luass rial aut Catiaa b S. 1 b I. I Total i for B wku docld • SCOREBOARD HABSaSON IOI.I4l>r ta larikl Ma****** €-.11.,. IM l>.alaa> M r Hope c HuSdar b Uaflcr % r I I" Tudor atpal i 1 Kurmer ... II — K Ooddard I — i.otir :i\4 lauUaai C B Orant b C B William. St Mufiav b F BdShlH Bfl O WIlkM b V 11 William. nroofeaa B Uueaa b C ..lllaaw Farmer noi out H Welch Ibw C B WHIlanv. It L Ooddard t J wnil-n.. r Wllllar QV i„.: %  ..„. bC B Wlilf— 4. A C llulaon i II llaikn |S C Lew.. n s Kuclder t A Hold" IS S Field. U King SB W Draytun O BobMMan rail of wlekeU I lor f 1 lor ?a lor SB. 4 for IIS, lor IM. (1 for IM. for ITS. S lo. IM, 9 I BaaMre lat ll SaDinuii b Mr Headlev C Hunle b Mi Haodlaty & De|>eiu b Slnunona Draylen r Wonae b Mr Haadlay 0 Field. A HokMf run oul S Riiddi'r t Held b Slniniiiiin I'll KHIl K < %  VNI.IHt Misstra n i.t in D i> ( i I lakl ISI ant ., a whU.I I rtekwlek l.i laalr.a> F L O Hoad. Jnr. c T. Atktnaon b D AtU I Edward' b J Cortoin Blrketl r tub b R Lawlaaa K aroenldS* e b I, I) AIV".P I D Ooddard t >w k Kiwlei> b E Atklnaon I rt Greenldte b D Atkinr> U Fnaler c Proverb. t> D Alklpaon T lltiad c S b T. Alkln.0,1 f White not oul H Jordan r aub b n Alkinaon I %  • Total Fall ol wleken 1 101 :i 3 for 43. 3 I .r . a for TS. .1 lor III S for 111 1 In, IM. S for IM. lor IM B.C.L. Team The B.ll. team began a team b. ildiii. %  What is morr UM taan b< ginning to show signs of knowing Iti rnerabsfi to each oihei ui-emng of this year's ser lss. the B.CJL Mill be without tba aai Vtcat of DePrizn who has )olnci Empire C C OttJ Kirlon who baa 1 fOOMd Empire C.C. These are just two of a long list of player* io have migrated from B.C.L cricket to lll.A. cricket, ami witch goes to prove that the 1 1 important a nursery as Harrtson College, Comhermere ti d Lodge School. The la*agw. will (entre Its strength aroun.I tli.Captain. Kenneth Ooddanl. Asiilon Blackman. the Sob* is brothers and W. A Clarke of It infers wh %  m;ule lw 0 cunseculivo centuries this season. An orportunlty ,. being given to K. V.iloney (St. Ciithrnnei (Ini-:, 1 Middlesexl IWurne (Lanm) and Browne (Kendal). Green Is oontaat bowiera In the Leueue lonj aw Minuld make use of the opporUinlty. Maloncy score,! tin1..r. eat number of run. last season ""t.iuied the bent average and won a prize for the first haUnnn. to score three consecutive 3t>\ List season. Brown >f Keiulnl %  lines back Into the team iifte (Living failed at Bank Hall In the last big game. He has been making some good score* ami • >iice the stage fright phase has letMi overcome he should l* lo |io-.]tlon to Justify htx selee'lnr for M M .. !* %  gar BkOM in the aecond with ISS. This, hoa enough to win the game Dam-: i 1 US and M for 3 to better the 80 and 1S3 by White Rose. A. Blackman 40. Lucas 43 heit scores returned by St An,:^Une batsmen Auolher Century Another cenlurA %  %  reconlod Saturday when C. Rogers hit 121 for RadchrtY against Rangers it it is the fbMrtfc mi. cantttT] Mor. Jim .issi'-c! n.idclifle lie line total of 280. In to Rogers' effort. Green.dge hit 56. Forde 55 snd Neblett vT At the close of play Rangers fata wickets for "o runs. th.iHh.i gjBRMM "f lliiN divis" Middlesex also Beared the ble, getting 228 ~B~f"T Adv>>Cralg top scored with 77 and KM 45 i iir turn al the crease, Advocati vere all out for 114. veteran Of Mam, namaan Boklar, led ti: with 45, Rudder for MkktMf:< lor 3.1 and Harding 3 SI Mullinus ..no Chamberlalr l>arativet> Uasfkt ill imlaiialn were %  I %  red this with a score of 40 for the loss of '.> wickets at reh phoni "f thiilli wtuoh "ii' ban dosninauHi %  %  i Blsrhr—n took .1 for :>2 and T.n 2 for 17. Ii, then turn at the ^ i. Ket Telephone failed to obtain i : | lni kga lead and nail lor 11 : %  ii ran tha men who shared the 1 i vllng honours. At UM all Itillrn.l i van '12 for Hie kels. The game I M refore l nulte an open otM, ila-rty had the brtter of the m agnin. 1 .! I'ctrolium MarketUbortj "nh .i seoro of 101 it in than bowlers t" alaot side in a good poslti I they did in handsome mandismissing Petroleum for 34. ckman 5 for 4 and Hope 4 for were the bowler ho I IWol the Slender lent JULY 27 NO. 234 The Topic oi Last Week A NAl VHIV AUtinton it i a .-..nun 3 1 S Alkinaon ID 1 3 4S Lawlaaa 4 1 t i 1 M Bl Hill • 1 IS Flekarhk %  i.d l„nl-,. 1. G Hoad. r. b g AUtlnaon AUlaaoa b i: Alklnuxi D 0dd i While 1 %  *, b It Hill Evelyn run out Victories fn the City and Central divisions victories were scored with time to spare. Rangers declared at 317 for the loss of 9 wickets and then dismissed Yorkshire for 70. to win the game by in innings. Barker 3 for 15. Plnder 3 for 5 and Skecte 3 for 5 were it ringers' best bowlers. In the Central divlsi>m St Luke's proved no match f t Km dnl, the present cup holders and NOB* dismissed for scores of 3t and 106 as against 141 Romans 1 212 also proved !<-' 'ormldable for St. Augustine S< I > thiSouth. Soar I .icudei nine run le Ciinhridge. Score* were: Searles Ub and Cambridge 12,1. Sydney look UN lead with a score of 106 against Lane* who fell foi In the Windward Division. Sus• it dareatod • ixfocd ui a


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Sie\ %  Ihe broth now and than, add I laupooBfld of concentrated tomato paste. I teaspoonful of bovnl and l.' -very'thing It Is Important To Be Fashionable .ured Bv DOROTHV HARKI.l.V tres* Dorothy Tutm las Cully HiNDON. Cardew). WOia %  deliKhtfully deA gala film premiere always mure white organdl* dress patboil again for another '? hour, brings fonh a Kala display of entcmed with tiny blue flowers. It When you ore ready to erve. e a happy^ you and loved ones.' **r • • • hole .i cheerful, IntaraaUi penodf_ natters requiring brightness "f nunil. ^ entertaining quaUttee, roodtrur, rttlni among-top favoured. ^i tho head of the calf squares which you will add the broth VFAI. OR Tl'RTI.K WITH SAUCE For Six People 2lbl <>f veal or turtle. Butter, J ozs. I or margarine Cocktail -into -evening dresses had haltcr-necka and sllm-fttting i were worn with little matching boleros. Colours are richer and more exotic than previously. Antique gold duchesse YOU BORN TODAY ^jniut taaanted, Hay have to v t\.*. h^rf KVhrl tjtth'p L TIL t\ aeoalUvc, eourtaoua, gyrnpatlMtle, ,i i %  • i to look loo much '< Jt the past and perhaps to doubt others' sincerity occasionally. You have bright years .ahead and. with faith and prayer, should accomplish a great deal. Prayer your great aid a'ways. Ihrth-j*. i irot 'dote: Alexandre Dumas the Younger, 1*1 ellst, dramatist.' ********* BY THE WAY... Onion Thyme Marjoram I'arsley Whule tomatoes, 1 tin Water Bovril, I teaspoonful Pepper Flour. 1 teaspoonful Hum jajnaU length" skirts. Thai) .-scorts, as Of late, top London and Paris satins," peacock" tinsel voiles, and of the 'nineties, wore couturiers have been designing green and gold striped shantungs long flowing black capes over corspecial collections for wholesalers had All the eastern richness ol rectly cut tweed suits with high A group of Paris designers known saris. A sleeveless lame blouse while collar and stock, or the as the "Couturiers Associes" deadded richness to a black velvetstriped blazer, striped tie gad sign regularly for a chain of Loncen cocktail dress-and-bolero and while flannels of tin Lie V Quaan'l dressa gold lame halter-necked horlice torian trnnls "uniform." maker, Norman H.irtnell. who has went with u black gros^rain suit, designed for an English wholeMetallossc. 'he new cock:.iil But llM-n came the turn of the saler for 80BM ve.irs. recenllv djrmaterial, added further richness, wizard of fashion to ply his craft cided to ex|.ort ills designs to It \i a quilted n.aterial with a (with I-ondon • .in-Paris. bubbly effect. Illustrated Is a dlth out In the limcliRht). To preNow Pierre Balmoln has decocktail dress in black-shot-bronre vent V|?torian fashions stealing rlgned a small selection of suits metallasse. It has natural shoukitbe show and to illustrate that and day and cocktail dresses, to be ered bodice and a full button1952 fashions are also important, Included In "Rembrandt's" new through skirt, he presented a collection of modcollection. He Is using a new maM inspired by the clothes teial called "Vigoroux"—a 100 For those who want to be up-toof the film. S.i the sophisticated per cent pure worsted. The lightthe-minute: wear outsize silver modern dress paraded side by .ide est yet produced, it weighs only charm not on your wrist, bu with its Victorian alienator. 0} or. per yard. Extremely creasedangling from your waist on silver WT Paj .< %  i w. in \t in OMI.I t put the butler and manaiina Ifll.K reading o* a man who'M-prcsenf or oil In tho raucapan and add raaad wilh waltzing uii Parliament, While she real rha chipped onion and I carrot home at a (air, it struck me thai of ui are fortunatah fraa from very tineiy sliced. Let lha oamt idvantage of dancing with a financ ial anxiety, these downand the onion fry gently for horse is that you can it the next [roostan, %  %  people are besot .iboul 10 minute*: then add UM ..ne OUT on your partner's bach, i> w l hi MM reparsley marjoram, thyme and let which is nu.ie than can IKexfrnin Ol all their songs Is: "If you cook for a few minutes. Add then l :.i : bffdlg COQflMd '<> human v inihg oagt t> j..f man in Parthe tin of whole tomatoes Whe An cxampk to illustrate the lesisting. il point; In the Dim, the young accull to lailor. Diisequenlly diltiChains. OT ninri|uisllcs sewn OB the collar of your 'PEOPLE AND GOVERNMENT being;. Unmant, yo (Altar U Ban' M''o Burmc business man.) cares and anxieties which U Baw Me: Mrs. Ribstone, you meant fur le&s important penpl'i are a pippin. -' lha clactorato). The latest Mrs. Ribstone; Hush! Mr, Ribsuggestion is that a poUucJan'g • n< within eorsliot. rhould be tax-free. If tiiat (The ceiling fallsin. Sloucurtain.) idea doe* not attract "the ; of man," nettling will. In f>u-in. W HENEVER the professional ans feel that they (.'"ireful (or snorks frt ould like to raise their own salBriao %  not very subtle form of ort.paganda begins. At present •>"> hearts arc being broken by revelations of the squalid Uvag Uvad by these men who Blueprint for Pnint Four WASHINGTON A great deal is being days about Interrumona] I* bd coopar a Uop as rha chief DOn in humanity's ami are spoonfuls of water and 1 tcaspoMiagain LU ao as a hunger. Z'."'"'' !" ?,' fui ..f bovnl. Add the veal or nd datgialr The Point foui ktaa !" turtle cut in very small pieces u sharing %  ccumulatad ki f you were going to make a —I" called the %  By ERIC C LAWkFNt't: ust reward him you sec that the sauce is getting ,.nd free him from the thick add two or three big tabledth salt and for peace and a better standard hole of to-day. And there are many visitors these days, for the its people getting a new start in tranafo motion Is so complete that life thanks to the Institute. As Chimbote has become an in each development project, the attractive health resort. Now a work was done through on orihriving seaport of 18,000, its known M a sercicio. population it virtually free of agencies are set malaria, and other diseases are> up by the host government and also eflct lively held In check. Tho the IIAA, provided with their town It developing enough elecOwn money, and manned by pertrie current to supply a subof man." On a viuil rfvifwr /I'id cocktails grabbed jisjiny fraji.t. |fe*l ready lo RUI Eve* g-nid urrUen wn tunnel furnished by the cooperastanHal trade area, and ther* la ting COUntrlaa. promise of continued expansioci Chimbote. in northern Peru, in manufacturing and shipping. Bjftaw. Season pepper, add more water until you ol living for men every when cover the whole and let everyHut are these creat expectatbing boil until thr sauce has tienspJMttonl Can haj( f ^ hMt natura] har enLm^e |g only one of moro again h.ckened. Put a tiny bit of cooperative action really^ conquer bours fh( p^^ Cnas bu „, 3000 exarnplas^of what rum if you like and teaspoonman s ancient cn.-mt.-s. A look at ^^ „ |9 „ e were afraid m crn aHonal coope.atlon haa /ro fuI of nou r morp 11 w ,cr and M 72.JTZ1 "* tU i'„ I ns """'' V' if the area K v.a miUaia-rOBBBl to the people of UttB until the sauce i> Inter-Amei lean Affairs should |Iddcn vjl|aBo f abou 7 m > perAmeMca. It has helped them help with nee convince even the most cynical f0n ;mrt hn „ |m p^.spect, for UltfMt | V asi raLse more foc< conrcwiunding graw h despite its fine harbour serve their natural resources, and good location. improve their health, expand CATTLE DISEASE c,!.?^. '."'...."Hi' !" "r _Uw dirclo„ .,t ihe llu-heconomic, and live lollei En Idi ASPRO fit 'ASPRO' brinjs definite psln-rellef within a few mlnutei. The sensation Is a soothing one. You suddenly realise that the pain has faded away. ASPRO* |ust does the Job iind then disappears, leaving no trace — leaving no harmful after-effects whatever. 'ASPRO" provides Nature with the chance she needs to get you fit again. Take 'ASPHO* whan you feel the first twinge or acha which warns you of the onset of rheumatic pain, neuritis, neuralgia, sciatica or lumbago. That Is the way to forestall the constant nagging pain which these distressing ailments cause. 'ASPRO' brings peace, too. to overwrought nerves—so remember. when you are overstrained, overtired, overworked— To keep and f^sh WHEN YOU'RE NERVY AND IRRITABLE — that the answer H %  Ms". This agency^ of the United 3 I ILL IHKtAILNa U.K. plelcii ill nmt 10 mn of whole,..,„„ ,|,. s nud pubu;.,, u whom ,. U r> !" . ,• ... hearted eo-OMratlni v nli UM (ft, ii„iii„le osslfiied 'a handful BlMd "n cooperation freely Th— !" KSSUi Mi !" KTJSEfS "I '" Vl'i"' 1 Am "; !" 1 of US medical tcchnlciwu, a aaked and freely lven, the InA. !" .S! !" ^E ?,h' .i !" ,.i rSSSS; '"L""'" S %  H5 ltarl<01ltlOl program was ,et stilute has a re?ord of'lO year. been u„jkin s „„ Ume „ und „,„ cr „,„,„„„. „f ^ud aehlevemenl. IU pur.if 1?\A breeding plaoal were drained poses, techniques. and spirit blueprint for Commons on Thursday lhat Bri'side by side with ain may be faced with another American ; colleaguesJn the llelds >nd aDrmycd wlth p^, ki ,. e rs. have served as a blueprint for !" fil.I. th|l u" VCS 7 k 52Sli2 & "Wlculture. health and samtaAlilb .Ine was distributed to cut .x, W nding the program to other mouth disease. He said restriction* lion, end education. „ own lhc i ncidoncc of lnIoc tion. de^loplng counrrte*. as is beiruj the movement of livestock ... In ciartom-bullt projects, tailorA „ ilui ^ hcall)l center done under rVlnt Four. Uth-eetarn Eng and will conad lo lit the needs of each parwcre sct LocM ordinances In the f lcc of thi, let no on 0 lue Isecausc of the risk of |nticular nation and situation, longwere passcd lo makc heoUh Ilgk „ lhe Polnt Four dCa wUl lange plans have been drawn up, llu ; s J1Ci c^puiabry. w wh It has worked and u lo n.supplica, A vl!ll or wno nod neon i n6 tinuing to work for the benefit Chimbote of 10 years ago would of all participants. (LATIN elv recognize It for the ChimAMEHICA POINT FOUR) The French dilution Still grave he said, and the infect ito b moving westward. cr. technical The l-.ktm-i tralnad experience of Chimbote. i the storj of %  city and 0. I-'ruiiSaJt" i*> the gentle corrective most of u* need to keep the system regular. UNO'S is pariicuUrU suitable forchildrcn—and tor.:: woncvviiha delicate iiomach. ENO'S safely teiatva ovcr-acidi:' rOU CBtraC of inJigestien, heartburn and flatulence It so -tl ,-s and settles the stomjeh upset !•> unsuiublc food or dnak. A dai h ol UNO'S it any umc ol day make* s sparkling, invigorating heaiih-Jrmk. Keep ENO'S handy I Feverlshness Overcome M*HSIIT> AHMV 4 SharU Holt man A •.rim—T -.-...n > 1<> Ih. It .in I i.f %  'IK IfMl il— "I lb* %  m.ll -hit. 1.1.1.1. 'AatrStO*, ohhh.llavtatn monSHvl mm -n-. i !• ii I-., ASfHt ) l.lilrl. 11 M* a. -•I h... tall %  '*-• %  ."l.ln.mlitl""'"-. i h.roori.iiNi-miiAsi'i



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Sl'NDAT, JULY M, I Ml SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN THE WRONG BABY-for six years INSTALMENT THREE OF THE STRANGE AND TRUE STORY ol wfcar r*>a*v Kappmd when a child's cradle got switched m hospital . WHO'S • Pare-.!* nil QH Unlntn har Ihr molhiT IMOM .'v mlic'ted 0* ml.ii. 'lotptCM. Not till V. | leorlfc I'rr* ai-n-< old tea. Mr -tor eMWl ft l m made : SAoeld rile neif.'n The Family Jove." She didn't use our surname. I noticed. How well I understood Gradually, however. Ernstli began to have confidence He seemed to be getting sure of me; sure that I would console him if he was unhappy, that I would wash him if he was dirty; that he need nave no fear of asking for a Hfth slice of bread and butter. He was onlv seven, which meant he gave me a little of his childhood and I felt better for It I was no longer surprised to find in Ernstli certain characteristics in common with Philippe. Whan we were out for u walk. and I gave him my hand, he stroked my wrist exactly as Philippe did. Paul had never done so Just before they fell asleep both Ernstli and Philippe would suck their right thumb: Paul had always sucked his forefinger — nnd then only as a very small child. Afan M^ut%wn IN SIITAIN .. Prompt fdeuiiAoaUoit To torettall an* chance vi bubs "Ox wpi a plastic bracri. i marked icith fridrltble i*k i. react In mojf l.I\IIIIIIM .MPVK BeuiMered HERE were many difficulties with little Philippe. For him Ernstli ha* the same voice as it must his brother, the same laugh, the same vanity. Yea, I could see they were true nnd I twins all right to m little boys carrying satchel* btrap over their shoulders Vu^c'baenBbnoet as beselling out for school at 8 o'clock ia as for me '" tnc morning. His untiappiness was very real There waa a whole new world tried to reassure him and in each satchel. A slate, pencils, jke him understand that it books material* to make a ;i-. mocraUve ,<\ tills "me to scholar, a pedant, or a man. BMti ErnstU Charlea and Philippe were One day. at the end of a long very happy because they had THE house was a change for argument. 1 said to him: "You leopard-skin satchels him. He found it pretty, and have always been here, you began to take a serious Interest In should know very all hi* toy.. The tunny days are the favourite. %  raet U barely invited him to live out of doors, lenowe u* He to rerj ""* %  ££ After having looked at them and we all have to help him. YOU for a long time from the window, must help us too. Philippe responded. He took his responsibiliUes very seriously. I remember him running to me one day and saying solemnly: "Mummy, come quickly the little one is sad and crying." there couldn't be two of them. woman, did not, however, con'i.oodbyc. Madame Joy*-" We .poke to ErnaUi, who < |U er my feeling of unhappineaa ; MM<| with a smile. showed no undue concern. .it having no news of Paul. 1 teleneedn't cell me that. "Id like to be called 'Charles', phoned the principal of his \\ he replied, 1 J he iid, "because I have an Uncle Wmi-dlng school She told ma rather say Madame Jovc Charles and I think he loves me." Kmst" was very well, that he Madame Joye! Wa* that So 1 went to the school and irat happy, already very attached tt,:ii i-niuinni in exchange foe announced two new pupils, to his mother and sister; that ho .,.en years' tenderness ami care? Charles and Philippe Jove. "Paul" waa a good pup'l bolh friend>> i explained to the children that will not be Inscribed in any and industrious. ii v ,s probably the lust lime register, for there Is no longer Hut the head of the school also woi.id speak to Paul becausehl* such a person, Madame X has told Madame X that 1 had lajap a >< would totapni made an "ErnaUi" of him and phoned. Madame X was extremely evei log and forbid it "Paul' only exists in our hearts, annoyed. She urged me not to till T — %  -* inquire about her son any more, c*aS.^ttS m Siiz&r^Si wanted to go through with it You succeeded. What have you to < %  .xiipl.un about'' Bring up your own children as you think ttt. and laava ma to bring up mine." i these words had been .aid with less harshness, because I t MHO IKf.t'M %L 5%  iang acearaarH wu ludi peats (or 40.73 are eon %  rhlch to choose. The s.l Gaburloubai breasted Hfttl m priced from $35 and taaoag the new ...rival* are %  COatl Iron England • • • KAt lit: (OKM.NtS A LAV ran \TKRS i r %  I IP-COAT, among he most r. at P. A CUrke's Drui Btara <"i Prtnea Wm Hai i .step and a jump fruni Broad it Brush %  Comb Sets ind ptai itbacked Ntul l>rushe are part an atti %  >-. The 1 A Ctarae Candj Counta b usth r.iiiuiu PM in alw try t'hsMi A oil • • • EOI.1X OVSIHt WTH> a i pai patual meaning the) %  u-ep on going wttbout Winding are. m wel < %  < sun, IILX town and ALWAYS AT UK RIOHT TIMK Nturnlt> ... i.o—but ihey'ninarvaUous '. Tudor Oystei I %  i -iki-i and in' iii i .iifi' pi lead while in the same cotaatai Ibere %  %  riom $22.50—at LOUIS : VS. V earame sD %  tie in v n.i joy to drive ll (he open read sal iliat givi. .iistatUon .ind sells it! .it Redman A_ Taylor's—the I >VER '52 Dial 4365 tomorrow! maidenform. Man In i.-it %  You vould that rlglit. Srudid telephonr i HI tinmost nrm terms me not to !in-ak to her u .It.III. icvcr have done. Postscript I'nDAV Cbartas, Ln his ntantwi has little to remind mi tc.ii-ful bo> of th.tu ni if Thai Roonng lla PlaatatkNU i • • li t\x it quickly and wall v ith tree advice Into tn> MO iah hM Charlie ThomiiN to help you in the matlei %  I whiel ling Is I hOOSfl -ou ...i. gel III' \'\ V < AKKS (,. i, iDKFKi: CAXJES for 4c. i;iNliKK ( AKKS itneimoic Wiiiit (a BSSW I >^— to /.LTH1I.1NS I'.ii %  .1 iii sand you I %  N i.o-w fs r in.if .on ivh Cartauu) -til handle the lood piohlem. %  %  vtetr a • k# l tni KI>S a IMirsTTDS tallied to lit ) kat At WARIl SPENCKB Ltd. on Maihill St iph. :'22J> the COM ,.i .. sun i^ in ui favoui drop in and they'll i inn ho\* And ihow you, loo, (tenalvi eletioi \s. Tropand ind u< ii you i oi ini^ Kd Khaki iniminiis an>l Liner i % w vH 9 IOOLM. Hll\l A si I K (ION! Have %  -... lightweight FOLBATE MOW! -i B I' Musson'a and Manrdrur"* '1 '"" Oougeaj Ratohal Bcrwa Corner Store costs M ' "' '" '^i 1 ,t 1 '' : -""' last you till voui mowing da Rli are aaraugn The machanl Utrrlflt %  ""' awar) tool nprovemenl i I P oldei types and the whole i IShV IBM .till new %  Mine is parfaettj balanced > %  ai sigh to give rou awrj eholci need to anant, ggnamj raat an u r\ a dj saj Mason Squarci od it goes—foi twentyi ilr.. iict^ They're ill •' | j Pixhat iiked Voices' (Unitation, but they did not know ell'that you 'hat) and because they were dressed lii law ttlaOksl, wUh red JHM'\S and blue lavkvls cut from their motlier'.s old skirts. Very successful, those blue jackets," said the mother. "A great success, those iitUe boys," replied the father. Both of us were proud. When I waa a girl I nevei collected rose petals, letters, snapshots, souvenirs of any kind. Ernstli! . Each time I proNever, nounced or wrote that name I ut now I know that I shall Mummy forbade me to lend nUon of unreality. The W*P for ever Paul, first baby he cart" fu'h *** l d 1 1 not wanl "V on clolhM n,Jt ,lrst trousers, his first I had rigidly respected all these to go on using this Criristlar. >poon and fork. T me they are wishes. But when ErnstU no name. He ought to be called more eloquent than photographs longer heard his "secret voices," "Paul"' decided. C0M ever be. or even deliberately began to But unfortunately, we had A Phone Cull disobey them, I felt a new sense nlready had a real Paul with a ALL these little developments. o x he decided to Join company with our little neighbours In front of the house. Bit by bit his memories grew more misty, and I heard less often phrases such as: — they are. in fact, profoundly just an latng, and aggressive. .Hid intelligent. Alas. 1 couldn't rii.n.ily llatwUM resemble jj ih* ttgta eaoH other more and more and when we go about together many .1 Meetinu; pie -till cannot distinguish jHX tftornOOn we went to the u-iwoeu them. I.ilh .ml UA I'aul lliei-v '•'• "" %  "' '"OMgh. I Philippe tried U> speak to him, sliail go through the rest of my 1'iit Paul ran away. Ufa witll thi* strange memory of Philippe came over to me, with the little boy I lost and the little i his eyes, saying: "I boy I gained wanted to talk to Paul and he ,|"..V "Mummy told me to put on my broton shorts to play In I tried to console him, but I %  .i -i -II i wi-eping myself I found i'aul was in the water .. llh Ii. M'.li'l "Come here," 1 said, "Philippe vould like to talk to you a little.' 1 Paul and his MJUIJ. I IUI I have talked to a hundred peopea .un it all. but I shall i cvei II ally la-lieve anyone will Impoitani Fealutet Moewt. now you con rail*** S> Hhary of ..! % % %  .-. coWi to m . with feg RmUay While I ..'J TWO WAY haoimanL -, v. %  a^ u> mo* ""i • %  • i Austria. Turkey and North \frtca—wherever our men are i like i' %  i i IOBI where they don't net many vlsltl home. You're so welcome there H % %  the hou.se. and llvinu londitioi.' of the Americana %  ..tinned here. Help General Gnswold with his problems, If he has any problems, that Is." The general politely assumed mi expression which indicated •hat if he hadn't any he would -oon dig up soim lo oblige such a charming lady Had ilu' any ia>w? "Ideas • On Page II a* %  *•*! %  % %  •ai*>*a "i*i • %  •- \ • %  ih ta w-*fc !• %  >• wko* a> raH^ a ii— ^ TBIPIl YOUa MONIY BACK —a %  ..iu. \i. ... *'.... ask i -. ,_. „i- %  .... ...*••-• —s *~ mmf HM ..W IsV a avagai 11 uc ~ IJBJgsasasWa Banvfliw .. %  1.1 gat uurves. tin* arm \ i ftt gsvas reej bgun 11 Baas popiil..' MH.UI.IMU are ksear. in raaM < %  Oesiuiiw Haidlenl ares art tns'lc nnl in TVis %  mt/it/t fiffr/// lur Bver) ryot i i Pimples Go Cause Killed in 3 Oays %  i ..I N.. a u> ,. TtS, .'* Nixoderm r.r Skin rr.uM.i ... ^i£ Setting Up Nights Makes Men Old 1 ;• i in %  • %  up %  dUII Ml!, hta. i urn I ii ( HUI %  hliUh •. rint,.,raia row pras. ala (Hand and nuUia ou tal IS to monar aah,gat "WsiW Tka "I • -* r. v.,una*r -lofani errom j aiuarajiua ilU n olcjate's NEW wQshcS a TWICE AS ECONOMICAL AS SOAP in|hord. w.o-t"e r tra-mild PALMOLIVI 'SOOTHES BABY'S TENDER SKIN Polmofiae-—*"ode ol tha Anai' ingradianh—gives a creomy tmooth cil'o-aniU lo"r thol o*i owny uriratiOf* Ol H gentty Boon ooy din. A doi'y Pal*olJv both will keep yovf baby comfortable %  rafrtrfied . doanfy. RamaMO*', lu'kC..* a 9**o.m.ld a.rro notlmgl PAIMOIM GOOD ton BAB* is BUOAUY eooo rot roui ISrfaebeSsdtQer y BATH IXI PALMOUVI ran SAVBS TOJ MOM \ In ham water much soap la wasted as aenni '-'AB forms no waste soap scum. Brer, irtlrle of FAB gee* o make active clei suds. r AB CkfVK LOMtigX UFI TO rXOTHKS Because PAB Soaks clothes clean wttbout nard scrubbing PAnelothea glre tooting — ater I PAB 9AVBS TOIJ I1MI AMI WORK .So need to boll, oleacb, blue, scrub or rinse wltb FAB. FAB soaks even heaviest work clothes clean In i air an hour FAB I* MILD — KIM. TO IIAJfBt. ale for dfelntibrlcs, easy on nandi. FAB I s e*' rything nelllng frugranuy lean FAB WASH'S EVERYTHING BRIGHTER. WHITER. From ill' many glorious Yardley 1 jpstfck akadai choose the one that most i harmingly I ompliiacnU your dmi and your colouring. Smooth and !*m.ht as a silken ribbon they work on easily and IBM wTat F.scirlng contraat' or subtle hartnonie< arr yean l^i tBC i BOaasSj. YARDLEY Lipslhk /Sai> Ftii KJ-*. Naaaaal Baa, risk H.ifc-r • I %  —•••* %  V \ a D L r v OLD so -rp irsr:



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-I M>\\. JULY 2J. 1SS2 St'NDAt Ai>V(M Ml SINE €6 The Importance Of Being Earnest 99 ?$ %  at^ > & •^ u1 n r gfl ^J/ 1 By A Correspondent CECILY HELPS explode Mr Bunbury. Cecily Cardc Intyre. Algernon Moncnerl. (Audrey Mat T coni| Importance of ncrt" leaves U impression that vrr\ hitJ *\ thsubtecf, and that all |U otxtj <"• ;i expression <>f fur*h. r tailed senttiajr. .iu<* I'layers should lx tulatad on iheir a*rforrnanot o* Irlday dM It was a perI .MM AC*, i.ui beratiM %  %  nurfcabto spun on in.' $n. it obvious th.il they 'iot only a' repted and took to heart theI optrdoni of in. HI' of the ordinary pU] acoonllnasyA I nd Intel litfivil leeaYtsOfl ti n DM CMUMM MUf\ %  I %  nd this is no place f< <>f the cast un<\ throwing each ana In 'urn a few i valors icniaikThis is for looking ;it Uic play as a Srboie ting its highlights, savouring its well dtlivcrnl witticisms, and examining its weaknesses. Ir. criticising professional acting one very rarely needs to ,.<•... of audibility and delivery, but in amataur acting Ihli u % %  %  %  Bus 1 be a major problem. Tin wholt fabric Of thai play b conversation and not of movement, it is therefore imperative that not a line should be lost Older to sUsUln the high : of wit iinu i that each subtlety and Innuendo roaches the audience the producer must be certain thai each word uttered by his players can I-hoard, Besides clear arUcu'LIIIIIIK is a factor thr. needs careful in the let Ar\i far which Wilde himself I Mble and the etsl] bat tads weakness hi U is to quicken the QOUl W "T br M flag. I found Mt, Grt i Banc oft as Lady i f always eompl*-' %  > audible and lh> %  anj of i-mi Co i tyn and 4 rather IU PBVI %  1;. Rood voices for thi •trail Frank C llymo.-e C I i small graup i ( ai Al*y he is the ideal. In. Earnest, always slightly disapproving but avoiding prlggiftUg mounting delightfully tunny and his final act when he really tuok the centre of the stage was nandliM extremely well. Gietu Bancroft's playing i Wilde's Immortal mo tnict Lad Brscknoai wag just %  < trifle un it is difflcull t. crltli Greta Bancroft's acting, ..C:. I| 1 ly competent, and yel i %  iwaj—Be in her two demandixl. one ft l' at Urftea that ... t eyetnj( %  ... I %  ole warn I almost riv.dl.Ni tl i if the bag %  ng *pecially f • act All Ihl i any tha* i his cas%  %  may honeatly say that in thll thi-v ha\. and wp shall look eagerly to the next production men thivary able -1 THE CANON DEFENDS the governs— croft i. Canon Chasuble iFrank Collymo Itttlaj attention was paid to research in th. • Aith the posnceptlon of sugar cane (as from sugar) investigaAI.iir.KNON IS WORRIED about the mluiug cucumber sand Layne. tWrn Bertalan). Algernon Moncnerl (Michael Timp*ii Gwendolyn Fairfax (Pam Chaytor), John Worthing (Anthony Hiyiic THE HAND RAO Is natOT) Pil-m (Margot Dewliiirst). Anthony Hayne*. Mi RESEARCH IN THE CARIBBEAN tit Ml ID the field of sugar cane, thin even mon than now of Caribbean i -e %  !'. h was conducted at 'experiment stations" which arart, in effect, small i MU aural og on plant vgriaUea, and by no esearch undertaking* comparable with to-day's Institutions. Undoubtedly, the gn 1 lime within the Caribbean was the dis.. i KIXUl Century of lh<> possibility of raising guj and of crossbreeding cane to produce new %  This discovery, which revolutionised the world's sugar Industiv, was largely due to John By A Special Correspondent i:. iti MII. and %  knighted. f m in. Is of colonial unhonoured and unsum;. after bequeaihing to v %  an alth of i roes us. Actually, as early as 1859. a man nan ? a rtttaa a latter in tag Barbados Press claiming to have seen self-sown Ut no notice was In fact, i uthonties dubbi'i %  .: i hoax. %  : intendent of the Boys' Heformalory, Itovell was shown a ling by one of thv overseer', and hi began his axpaiimants on croas-brasoang to produca i lluas i >. %  forth abundant, almrst miracni\\\ Ni types, mcii.' to dlaaa ae Mi mcta i octtant, ) laldlng ba I r '.i the acre, standing up to the prolonged droughts, have doubled and even tripled toe Ids of the Bourbon Dana i.i;. I, H net the bi i nd-all i f llovell's cftii' if the It II M 13 (B might have Juatlfled hi; sitting on his laurels. Itovell did more. of manures, compared the suitability of %  'in of cane to varying soils and climates, and encouraged i mp roved euluvatte i n < ihods Bui B rveU'l work typical of the period as far as the Caribbean as a whole What A different story Is pr> scnled to-day The accent Is n throughout and four years agi> the )earhM it* own field, # On Page I FABRICS HEM t El) AT it if, SAVtJVGSt Plain Bemberff* Reduced -1 63 to +1 H. Green, Bite, Torq. I'l jiiina Strip.', ii IS per yd. ]'\ iiinui Hlripea _'T In *l :m per yd. I" I i in "i (Dandies, Blue, 1 i I'm! ft Wall *1 02 per ."I MASS CI Oreen N'aw. Blue, Gold, Torq. itorus, A I'% %  '<•<• %  h Blue, Rodu '. \* to %  Also a lovely aasortment of Ends. Lesi one-third of value. 1 WlMil I'llII!|i & LTD. (0.. io. n 12 & 13 9 I0 d Sire el I 1 """"" l- t t > I "BRECKNELL THE ALL-METAL PLATFORM SCALE MADE IN ENGLAND CAPACITY 1100 lbs. BEAM CHAUUATIONS 28 llw / 4 oz. PLATFORM DIMENSIONS 82" / 19" A number of llMM Scali-s .tie in UM liM-ally and uilh oul fxrcplJMii :.iigMag tin' ui..... t salisfartion. SI:MII|I.'I reiirfv fur line and lUIUpM* with Weinhts I rurh IS, ."0. 1(10. 2IHI and 2 3M 1'.. $198.78 EACH ALL-METAL WHEELBARROWS 3 CUBIC RET. 1 U'U ITV — STIl()N(.I.V MAIM OUR PRICE ONLY $16.82 EACH HARRISON'S HARDWARE DEPARTMENT DIAL 2364 or 3142 ^ VERMOUTH i rr MIII find the brsl asag>B find Mjftlril V-tmmilh I'rodurrd b* Marilnl A ftn lorlno ,11.Ms > The man who didn't know . "Hello, wbere's Butter lodayr' 'Oh, he preferreJ |DeOBag| Indoors. I doo'i know what's come over that puppy I No life in htm at all, and hi* coat look* terrible*. 'What arc you doing about fcr* 'Doing shout it? A dog can look after humelf. surely I 1 mutt iust have puked a dud, that's all. Hut he looked tine when wc gni him'. %  That's where you're wrong, de if a fine pup, hut he can't look after hinm-H, riM ajaj I animaU can. It's up to tot do something it you've let him get in tuch a bad state. Now, *anai t g,ive Judy here—' 'I mint ui? ihe always looks in lovely i.mniTioii '' %  A dot; m ing 10 kc: Huiier Bob M %  Tablets daily anil youll M- Nut Roll per Carton 12.88 COCKADE FINE *UM fiiMea &f ha Mis &f million &f pork ii II tl %  Wans &f lioney Stansfeld Scotl ri Co., I.lil.



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l\V<.i I 11.11 I SI Si)AJ At>\Ot All. -I Mi\l. II I.Y 27. 1SS2 ..I.M. r .*• ....^i. c LM ktrf sv. > > %  *" Sunday. July 27. 1H2 Oil S AMI FATS BEFORE the end of August an announcement will be made by British Caribbean governments expressing acceptance or rejection of the recommendations made ai the recent conference on oils and fats which was held at Hastings House. PnMn. indications are that governments will ratify the recommendations made by the conference. The delegates wim attended the oils and fata conference came to Barbados at a time when the price ol vegetable oils and fats was falling. It night reasonably have been expected therefore that they would have sought to bring down the price paid to the copra producers of the area, since the price paid for copra represents by far the greatest expenditure of the regional oils and fat* industry, it the total value of the industry were assessed in 1951 at say $13.000 000 the copra growers would have received some $7,000,000 imported raw materials would have amounted to some $2,000,000, wages and profits would have approximated t<> $2'i million and transportation and insurance would have accounted for $lfc million. The importance of the price of copra to the local oils and fats industries is than fore apparent The higher the price paid for copra the greater the profits that will accrue to the producer of copra and the higher will go the price that the consumer must pay for the linished products of soap, margarine. lard and edible oil. The consumers of Barbados might well be expected to complain therefore if the g.ivemment of Barbados decided to ap prove an agreement which recommended any increase over the present price of £60 per ton of copra however slight. Unfortunately for the government of Barbados the consumers of Barbados are not the only people to be considered. The delegates to the recent oils and fats conference come from territories all of which, with the exception of the Leewards, are copra producers. Barbados is dependent entirely on copra imported from the Windwards. By refusing to meet the demands for higher prices which were most certainly put forward by the copra producers of the Windwards. Trinidad, Urilish Guiana and Jamaica. Barbados would literally have brought down the wrath of attending delegates. The dependent position of Barbados in the oils and fats industry of the region leaves it open to pressure from the copra producers of the region. All the other copra-producing territories except the lA-ewards are copra-processors and the Windwards are now following a policy oj self-sufficiency which will almost certainly result in the exclusion of Barbados' finished products from the Windwards. If Barbados stuck out for lower prices the copra producers of the Windward might it is said, withhold supplies and force the local oil and fats industries to close down oi to buy in uncertain markets outside. The argument of the producers of copra has always been that the oils and fats agreement prevented them from obtaining the full world price for their products at times when the regional price for copra was lower, sometimes, than half the world price. As a result of this argument the price of copra has been constantly rising in the Caribbean and has shot up in.recent years from £45 per ton to the present price of £60 per ton. It was hoped that when the oils and fats agreement was renewed this year that the price of copra would have fallen to keep 111 step with falling world prices of other vegetable oils and fats. Now it seems that there will be a further increase over the existing price of £60 per ton if the British Caribbean governments ratify the recommendations of the recent oils and fats conference. There is little likelihood of the recommendations not being ratified. The consumers of Barbados must therefore look forward to a further rise in the price of soap, margarine, edible oil and lard when the new price of copra is announced before next September. Before becoming too vociferous in their complaints, however, they ought to realise that the oils and fats agreement has benetited Barbados in the past by ensuring it supplies of copra at an agreed price lower by far than the world price of copra. They must not forget either that the oils and fats agreement guaranteed a supply of oils and fat products to Barbados during the critical war and post-war periods when there was a world shortage of oils and fats. They must not forget these things and they will not forget that the lower price paid to the copra growers in previous years resulted in the saving of hundreds of thousands of dollars to Barbados. At the same time no one likes to pay more for a product than is absolutely necessary and today when there is no longer a world shortage < n, r ..>;<. joain into Ihe limelight unit *• I"" ,„ i,,,,,!, Qulana .m mission .MM Worl.l llank suggests that some action IcinIhi'Vlevelopmenl ol the Interior I Outana a subicct of great .ltntllcan.ee lor f&bSdo.' Only A the interlo, of British Gu,„ is developed does there seem to be an> outlet tor the large number! ol Barbadians who must emi%  "or be content with lower standards ol living than they have beco taught in meant twn "'Already there is occasional mention in *J llrilisl. Gu.anoc press of shortage ol labour in certain industries like balata and cocoa. It there was regular steamship communication bttwagn the islands and Georgetown there would be %  natal chance, ot Barbadians seeking cmploy„.,,t an the mainland than at •"• %  . P Il,ib..d..must continue to h..|ie> OM IN drawing, nearer when large .urn. arc to be poured into Brill* Guiana to accelerate its development then a sleam.hu Georgetown and the ret of the Eastern Caribbean will be a pre-requlsite of development, because Brilish Guiana despite the growing population of Georgetown would have to recruit .ome ol the personnel neccMary lor development %  bents from neighbouring West Indian Islands. Tiie development ot the Interior ol British *.uiana and the natural tendency tor trade and travel between that territory and the rest of the Caribbean to increase ought t" receive full attention from anyone investigating the poMiOlllly of inaugurating a steamship service in itie < .intibMn Mi ShcnIMd who is no stranger to the am will be well eoulpoed 10 report on the luhas undertaken. Ev. Ea.tern Caribbean will wish him so.. talk. TWO i 'LASSES AMONG CllpamS goers Barbadians nre sharply .h.iriixl Into iwo classes, those who stand with reap**! during the playing of the iuilion.il anthem %  • who not only do not stand bill Who ilu iii.l.MH.II while carrying through Uu* nii'iions of exit. It is not on unfair generalisalion to state that disrespect to the national anthem is more commonly perpetrated by the patrons ot the pit than by the patrons of the balcony or boxes. Reaped for the British Queen among emcnui goers seems to be moat clearly shown %  > Uneducated and the well-to-do. Racegoers may havt noticed similar occurrences. When the band plaji the national anthem pins can be heard dropping in the stands but among the sightseers on the savannah the hubbub of voices and the motion >f bodies continue as if the national .inlhcm had ;io meaning for Ihr crowd. Barbadians pride themselves on their stand, ards of education and It Is hard to believe that the majority of patrons of the cinema pits or or Ihe trowd which throngs the Savannah %  > dsjs docs not ui;uer*tnd what lupnsfltnj when the national anthem it plaving. Surely no one who goes to a cinema Of to a race meeting is so Ignorant as to bsttovs that by making noises or mo/uig during the playing of the national anthem that ihe y.-unu QuSSn <>f Finland Is aware of their discourtesy. Whenever the national anthem is playsd Of! public occasions in Barbados it is pU] honour and respect the Royal Quasi. I" whom our ulicgi.ii.ee M l-ii'i i. lawfullj owed. By showing our respect for the I antln %  Wf uratltude lo Her llaJSSt) for the privilege of being British Noted Wi are all without distinction British sui-ithe full sense of the word. The Queen does not need ..f ". % %  conferred on us by tho Queen. We should strive to show our api i nil anthem, which reminds us ot Her Onalsw Hatastjr, H ULLO' It that the Bottomlev 1 BoiUmlets Pit here. ifi speaking-' At yaw erpnon> ralis about your uucsli? I hope I would be more di-rreet, Mr Ludfer, Weil. Afr. Gubbint. / am 0• :igrit and motl luxurlotii hotel lit thr unimertr Most of my tmesis utish to kr.-f %  Mr. Ludfer Mr. Gtiooiiii. Mie daughter i>/ a deceased fattier rany up and asked, -fa Daddy (here?" ff he Is. am / lo ansteer "Yew" and lei the poor yirl run lo her U r crying •'Daddy'* in hell, Iftmrny. Daddu's In hell?" My dear friend Stalin has a xiost dcDoted daughter. I understand, Mr. Lucifer Imauinr her dximay if aJie reads such dlsiressiritf adSN li your eolumn. All the some, / MHeW gt**i r*f*>rtvr is uHHing lo go anywlnre'' That's M. Mr. Lucifer, ff poii paid us a risif / could hardly prevent you reporfinu u'hai you tee. All food, accoinFFiodeiion. and drinks are on the house. How wonderful, Mr. Lucifer. And The Widow, who stiU asks after "her dear ffst". iMsjld !> % %  here lo mi* the tnatt delicious COClttSatS. Thank you. Mr. Luc HST You're loeleorne, Mr <. Thin/. II OVtr, Heailtiilll l.-'linW ILL Lottie, The DavU Cat. becfimc Beauty Queen of the South-Kast coast this Min> mer? If she li chosen, will her surceei bs followed by %  Hollywood tllm contract and marriage to a millionaire American cat? Who is asking these ridiculous gsaoeMoSsf The answer is nobody but her ridiculous publicity agent. N. QubMns, Eaq n who Li bning io cash in on OS Lottie. All the ^amc, peopV wh.i have uu lu-r picture ag.ee that she prettier lhan most of the local They also think that the election of a cat as lleauty Queen would not only be a BSVtsQ to ..(tract visitors, but allow any local mayor to stroke a Beauty Queen for the first time without %  A scandal. It is pointed out also thai H i>-i cat to might to ted lor sta*dom now. At the moment she Is doing her own grooming in a blaze of publi ity. That is to sav <.he sits for hours on a window aOl facing the ung hers. If all over In the sunshine, a daring innovation in publicity which could not be imitated by ordinarv film aspirants without police intcrvenlmn. Saucer Sen-a I ion N OW that flying saucers are being taken seriously by the tl S Air Force and the French Of Information. 1 mighl as well reveal the story of a flying saucer that dropped in our %  When it had stoppod revolving, three little politicians from Mars stepped out. We arc a Coalition representing the World Government of The Martian Empire,' said The % %  ; %  -1. %  The Empire to which we are all proud to belont," said The Second. "And on which the sun never els," said The Thud. No more war, said The First Nobodv to go to war with. TinSecond You cant go to war with v.urself," ssld The Third. 'Cnn't jatil" asked The First. "Ever heard of civil war?" What about?" asked The -Anything," said The Third. "L'nrest among the work* rs. perhaps." "Ours only work an hour a dv," said The First. %  They want it reduced to hair an hour." said The Second. % %  Tin v don't want to work at id The Third. the lazy so-and-sos. said Tru, First. "I hate them.' %  vl !M** lh ,n mnic lh n >ou 'I (.,.1*1 TinThiid "I was one of l hem "The man who WSJ elected as The People's Filen.l,*' said The Second. "Whit % "If they don't work how can we live?" asked The Third. "Maybe they don't care if we live or not," said The Second. "Then we must have a civil war.*' said The Third. "That's right." said The First. "Frighten them Into work. It's the only way we can keep our j. is." T.il vou what." said The Third, "when we get back I'll denounce you as a Fascist swine, which you are, who hates the workers, which you do." "And I'll denounce you," said The Pint, "as a Communist cannibal, which you are, who hates tl.t workers more than anybody, which is true. That'll start something. Come on. Let's go." "What are you doing?" The Third asked The Second. "As I am neither a Communist cannibal nor a Fascist swine, hating nobody," said The Second, "I think 111 stay here and Join the Liberal Party. They could do with one more." Struck Dumb A business executive, signing himself Northerner, writes to a newspaper: "I am 35 years old, yet when alone with women I admire I am literally struck dumb. I am celibate and likely to rssnaln so unless I am cured. Is there anything I can do for myself before I have to take to drink"*' D R. GUBBINS. the Fleetstreet psychiatrist, writes: Northerner was probably frightened by women when he was a little boy. This Is a fairly common experience, as women are more frightening than usual when you are little and they are big. The only difference between Northerner and the majority of crown-up men Is that Northerner PSff recovered from the shock, and probably never will at his age. Therefore, as a man of his temperament will be led to the altar the moment he opens his mouth. I advise him to regard his early < %  as a bltssing, remain struck dumb in the presence of •reman, and take to drink at once. In this way he will save a lot of money. Despite the current sirlre of Intoxicants, drinking is -.till cheaper than marrying, and as marriage would probably dries nervous Northerner to drink anyway, silence will save him both money and trouble. FIVE I:MII Y in ins Five beds lie unused In Ihe two guest bedrooms of tho YW.C.A. building in Pinfold Strsst They ess be Bllsd 01 mem of %  low wsskl) ran ot $3.00, which includes morning tea. Not long ago one of the beds was Ailed by Miss Doris llarl of •htWo'l I V W ( A during .-.cveral weeks of hei in Barbados and Othsn .inin.-. Mt.ii.ill> ill led b> flrfal tttta neighbouring West rattan Islands. Why arg UM Bva b" %  today? Ate they not n ~M Hal badian g'rls in need of good sleeping accommodation.' Or are the girls afraid to seek beds in n hostel Which is odminlsI an association Which is part of a movement based on the Christaln way of 1 fsl If the lied* art empty bstauac there are no girls who need them locally then IIVIIIR conditions in Barbados cannot bad as they are said to be. The ili.tl.ulty of filling bed, not the only dullculty which the young Y.W.C.A. of Barbados Tha building Ul Pinfold Street has been there for %  long time and it Is In nee<; of i thS YWCA does not have loj pay one ienny building is provuW rent free bv V the 0 %  Tho YWCA. got orT It, I good stort by obtaining grant's from the Government and from | nccessful in obtaining subscriptions from Individuals and trading companies in Barbados. It bus money in the bank and it has ons bundred and fifty members What more does it want? A great deal. The Y.W.C.rt. was opened In 1851. Its situation in Pinfold Street makes it accessible to girls working in the neighbourhood and thai regular clientele of n a dozen girls who eat their midday meals at the YWCA <..uly There are two prices for meals—42 cents for non-meiubSH .me! 38 cents for mrmbcrv Girls eat their meals at t.bles seating on average four girls. Tables and chairs are made ot good quality polished wood and Iks (lining room at pus Y.W.C.A is up to Ihe best Bridgetown restaurant standards. ,< small writing desk In the dining room for ttM %  t to writs loit< their lunch hour. In the main room of tha Y W c A is a table M Upstairs are bedrooms and Isvatonrs in the front of the YWCA two garden bed* are some flowering pi I %  .'. .:li three of ,\ Ifv 4>t'rui' llinil*' %  I* attending a Y WC.A 00nferen.e in Trinidad. When they return they will have a much better idea of what to do next. They have of course been doin,: things already. Alirm.n awry evening something is going on at the Y W C A. u sttand cookery and noi-dlewoik claSsSS. listen to lect'.ii-es -*n all kinds of i uhjt eti. i ui] uu U tannin and basket ball against club and scho" 1 'earns. Something W goirrf on at the Y.W.C.A. daily U'il not quite SIM i li Uiink t',r Committee responsible l'>r ilio Ajatociation. Y.W.C.A. work demands, they think, a trained lea d Sr v ao will by personal enthusiasm and know-how keep the organisation Bllvo and l.innlul of new Ideas. They dn not believe that Ihe Pln%  B> %  ''I •aOUSO %  nOttsd become just another social service: just another cheap eating place f_r middle class girls with sma.l %  S o bfor'.-fceotf. this Is a "Of* *M not cWlrrr tn gerion. Ii'i Ijr the mtlkmai.— next "ijuth." salaries. They want the v w t \ to play an active part in Ihe life of the young girls of the commuiuiy They want the Y.W.C.A. to become a community h. rns in which young From sll classes In Barbadian life can meet together and in > fncndly atmosphere dlscurs with one another informally or formally questions f IntSffSSl to the community. %  sUovs thai such %  produssd with* tnit training. And they are hoping that somehow or other they in obtain sufficient to pay a properly trained Y.W.C.A. organiser to keep the Y.W.C.A. members keyed up to the pitch necessary' to make the Y.W.C.A. a "live" cell In the life of the female community. Scepticmight ask whethei the YWCA is not biting off more lhan it can chew, whether It is not trying to cover ground which Is already adequately covered by the Girls Industrial Union and various other religious and social organisations. Perhaps the best answer to sceptics would be an Invitation ti. visit the Police criminal records ofnee where they could see for themselves the hundreds of pink cards which reveal the i tTen.'-s of Barbadian women. They might then wondei whether the hundreds of pink cards are not traceable directly or Indirectly to the paucity of Iranian in the community who regard work for their fellow M the most important social function they can perform It U easy to sneer at w,a.t is lieing done for the women of Barbados. When things go wrong %  fciv "i told you so's" or as many "you can't make silk purses out of sow's ears" will chill the spirits of all bui, the most heroic souls. But so much work remains to !*' done for the women of BarIwidoa that the Y.W.C.A. so far from bSCttg an interloper and meddler seems to have come late in the field. It has plenty of work to do. The girls who make use of its facilities whether for eating or for recreation or for educational purposes prove that it fills n gap in the social services. What is to be Its future? Is it to become just another girls club? Or will it play a vital role in raising the moral standards of Barbadian womanhood? It has begun auspiciously. Everyone wishes It well. With wider membership and wtta Increased revenue from public and private grants and donation* it can afford to pay the salary of a trained organiser. Without n trained organiser the Association can play a small part in the long uphill task of raising the reputation of Barbadian womanhood to a higher li vi/1 than it now enjoys. With a trained organiser a reduction in the number of pink record cards kept by the Police Criminal Investigation Department may not be noticed Immediatelybut the greater the number of women working for the betterment of their fellow women the greater their influence will be *.]>read throughout the community. >> lliisins — 22" y 1" ti" X 18" Toilet Knife* — Unit and 2-IMcri. C. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. **n (ESTABLISHED 1845) THE POLICIES THAT CARRY THE SEAL OF SECURITY AND SERVICE DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. (AGENTS SINCE 1868) S*lk*ui&udfy 6AWH, Selfrldje'i. London Is one of the many famous buildings which have been painted with International Paints. If you require the best In paints always specify International %  Our agents will be glad to advise on the paint for your job. 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PAGI TT\ -.1 MIAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. JUI.Y THE PEOPLE OF BARBADOS-XVI •SLAVEET" JOHN rRIDVAl'X. IKM diocaec the Weet Indian !-stand* were, also aided In this work. Circular), were sent out A new religious body arrWad rr c a achool „f stave* m *omparts of the Bfttutewuu, and the iimmcwi ruablishsaj on the estate of one lsUndi but thai this was quickls i op Uul61 ^ *"*""* Dr Holder in the pariah of St suppraaaad—the immediate shewing of dlacipllne Taking excellent i>inamba| n these turbulcn-. .,„d speedy affect — but at thii mea. out planter of hliati standtime a general anxiety thus a in the Island, and n General ••ngendared by no means, even the Militia, wrote the follownow. wholly allayed c in his Diary — He concluded — it is. accordTaiiafitarihli concern i ingly. much to be hoped that riianlfaaiad (asnounllng, in fact. (MM over-u:alou.s advocate* of 1<> a* much aa publick agitafreedom may duly take this late dflfl ltd to the probable effects warning to heart before it ia loo of certain indiscreet and '11late! Such doctrine*, permitted to timed uttarances of t-erlgun perfurther Sourish unche c ked in oui %  "n in Authorn-< both here and very midst, in theee dangerous 1 BriUiii it ii generally i ime *. mmt perforce yield fruit allowed by ill persons of in stm worse liappemnp. Which Humanity and .sensibility that (.,,„, forbid! there <*eom* no noat necessary' instltui^ u bt but theee instigators in lion of Slavery (aa it exists at (JnPfrt Britain con have Uttle, or present) is exposed, by Its very no rea i ccgntaane* of the nature nature lo abuses. 1-et these, by U1 thii, deep and dangerous meniUl means, receive nil pnsaiblt. „.. which, from time lmmcm.illevlatkma — and aa soon aa nrlal. has overshadowed and may be, i-ven threatened our vary Bui it Is 'I Ihe sume lime .•xistaiice." (1) hardly U> be borne that the There anM I dmpuuuver Ui< inwarraatabli.-undmt of theae u/esleyaiu in 1801, this .ventually ,,U iinadV an excuse reached the CfdaTU of L*w, and %  rf the extnnn-t. fm a pillory,(,,. Magistrates actually dosing of nil owner* alike! This is vH [ their Chapel in Bridgenot in any way representative UlW n The Methodist record* di of the whole truth. I ran myM r ibe linage town us one of th self testify that than an othera iof thu nothing is sold* .who use Iherr people with all reaaonahlc care and indulgence — .i-re mh is neither eaionablr nor warranted. Tharf -re utau mauy instances of those who have not lo make due pro' their slaves following such owner's demise I am likewise minded—by no means alongIn this rtssaeet—to —Ibtrte a fair share of the ;_. M lsionol *o themselves fully of the safew %  smell rate the r.nditiona t immorality and protection afforded them Ihe slavein Barbados. John higher walks b> the tawa and defenses of Poyer in h's open letter to Lorl -ffeet on pu<> this country" (1) Seaforth. refers to this matter la that the people ol Barbados hay The General goes on lo relate t men in the j life and the rals. He states ui M the piayers wllh hideous navies They received litUe or .,, |>Ti>tecUon from the LJW of :.i. 1 land due lo iheir teachingsThe founder of this religious % %  body was John Wesley (1703 —fill, who came of a very austere MetiNKhst family. knew England as the home of slavetraders, kidnapper? and MiiUgglers. It was an England of ginships, corrupt politics and souV lea* religion, which he fought hard to correct Due to Ui< Church was taking an mlwiit in the unfortunate Ahrciin who had been transporlod from his homt ( of miles away anu sold to .) lift of ixrpetual slavery nal activity gradually reaches) the West Indies, but was met *ftn strong opposition, as the entire civil and economic lif wosnen. coloured People of tin* Island, must Hi I Halter myself thai your state. , ha* come among us Wiin with a mind superior to those ern-r'prejudice*, on tfie subject ^of p.. Indoor smells killed inlheair!^ Ihf rOloUffd ..him by bis iccouat b^'ii i M l — I New AMAZING PBCOVMl* Thtrt's nothing better for a troublesome Cough than FERROL COMPOUND reference u> the Oovrecommendaiion to Uu of an Art by the LesjtaUSlavery. which have, unhappily, ture. reapecting the Manumisfound 'o general and favourable MOB of SLives was "a wiae and a reception among our mil*. alutarj' measure, which as it i.taken and misinJornied fellow alculatcd to prevent the artiflciil subKcu on the other side of increwe of free coloured People, the Atlantic. Without attemptmust tend to preserve the peact ing to -discuss a question on and security ol the Country. which ome of the most dlaBut,' he continues, 'permit me. tmguudied and enlightened my Lord, to suggest lo your Characters in Europe have dlsseetou* consideration .i encumgantd, I shall conteul myself tance pregnant with consewith remarking, abstructed usjancea which may. be. at some frotthe Idea of Slavery, that, lulun moment productive of much Ui esrary wel consUtuted Somischief I allude to the secumucwtv a state of subordination latlon of real property in the neceasarlly arises from the h nda of free People of Colour nature of civil Government. By *he Laws of England AlienWilhuul this no political Union -ie declared incapable of inherncould long subsist. To maintain ingj I -nds. and ihough I am aware %  KiainenUl principle, 11 that this Is not strictly a case — absolulaly naceasary i>otnl conceive that upon i u, preserve the distinction* '- prmeipli ulame to the underhand activi I rs of the sect known as Quakers. These, from the very most turbulent place* ta ,inbled the mob-violence whirn *-i meted out to the Wesleyanof the latter part of the eiglitecntit i (ntury In England. Historian* recorded -Ihe motives natural I a godless and coarsely vicious .-immunity, animated by .i stron* infusion of ari-sto-Tut ii pride and .( coatempi fur loe novelties in igion, ware In this case rais>v feverheei through wtiich naturally exist or are accidentally Introduced Into the Community. With us, two grand distinctions resuh from stale i* Society, firstly between the White Inhabitant* ami free people ol Colour, ana secondly between Master* and SlaveNature has strongly friendship ior the Negn. *.*** .., .rum vae vrr. %  %  ^ ln ^12".^,.^ %  .ginning* of the settlement of !" w l f ' S^" .. whir ui island having played a movement InM""* ' "*^' nd In theae days was added -ha belief **ei headad-pariTin pr-chahg c S^,J h '^. Ut *i i of othera to >"' ,or m v rthro ilmitkmal PoUey Colonial laws many properly terfered and prevented the aciisitlon of Real eal-te in the git possession of free Negroe-; or Mulattos That they should be Uowed to exercise their talents nd industry in procuring a r-omfortaMc Subsistence for themand their families, and that defined the difference not only they should be protected in the in complexion, but .n the mental full and quite enjoyment of an intellectual and cipoival fachonest livelihood, is readily ultles of Ihe diffeienl Species, admitted ;But that they vhoui .ud our Colonial code has be prohibited from purchasm* a acknowledged ano adopted ihe icqutrlng Lands or Slaves is uiatinKiiun. The P*aWgt U afura of pru< ence Insepar-blypur ExcUoncya speech to the on necl.nl with te -teyorou Loglalalure in which you proCountry ana* perfectly !" > 1 feaT your intention 'to preserve wlthtfie Spirit of our Conatituthe conitltutional freedom of; on and necessary subordination in if* AK AMA71SO D1JCOVBSY. AiS-wick, kiaa uopfcaani indoor uncus^crcn ihr scrongni cooking imclk.. iul •i-banosmells,bathroomunclii likill them in ihe air It actually aaakes fOM heme mull frmh and desn. Air-wick contains ctuotophyll. ill lubstancc in nature thai keeps ill growing plant* fresh and green It h.iU5 other natural compound* too. Air-wick ii so simpki aas. |u* unscrew the cap. pull up the wick, pi*. ihe huitlc <* lugh hell abov, IIH vittfcc ut smell. Smcllt vauiklt a* a hy magK. Air-wick .orv subtle— .'U lOO little ihe instigation of others rebellion, at the same time slavery. ... openly avowing Ihelr detestaI-ord Seaforth was ent out ,lion to any form of violence! Governor of Barbados, and f Not scrupling, withal, to avail especially charged to endeuvout the Island, to promote the cause of Religion and Vlrtuo, Jo encourage trade and to Secure the property and happiness ) all ranks of People' affords th. most heartfelt satisfaction to every friend of their Country Mr Poyer goes on to expose the (To be eontmued.) The Barbadian Diary of Oen. Robert Haynes. 1781— 1836; Edited by M. WCracknell. 1984. The Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society. Vol. vni. page* 182—184. Are You Superstitious? I ihlnk n Ii : i u]>''i>ditiou* to aorm ntant %  van ihough pertw.i/ti" i do not even adsnh it t<> ihmim "luck vm are miiaiiiIlium and it will be in'' II Hni t,, watob th-vri. ol -uperstltiun manifested .it the Races next month. Some people will buy a No. 9 ticket simply because they wore born on the ninth, others may favour thirteen or seven, and kmd ada of other little super%  ittt o, v 11 becor: %  ;>o.ireiit uirkjbui how le : prend certain super slit iota. Tor Instance. i the practlci one time people in Britain of passing children through split anh saplings in order to cure them of certain rtHment.s; and In Africa the Medicine Men of Uganda and Like Nyassa did n similar passing thiough spill trees of people Mrlcken with Illness. The point of h reaTlgJ Is that Ihe practices of the three peoples were in use %  ( ou BM the same time, although 'here could not have be* 1 !! any coniinunlcatlon between Ihe savage and the civillaed pnei ttoaan ii-. have a loos; at some -superstitions *nd perhaps dyscover the reason'. iMthlnd thaen. it wi'h one phrase that %  gflM must have esjdod it OflM tune or nnother to UK' announcement of theli gOod health or fortune, "touch wood", at the same lime touching with the forefinger of the light hiind an object made of win>d. The meaning In Hiperstltiou". b Hud we .ire challenging: our fate, hut at the same lime seekina the protection of thing holy. Sanctuary Theie uu two possible origins of the 'touch wood" .superstition. The first Is the protectioa of the Cross; and It seems to have arisen In this connecUon from the old-time practice <>( sanctuary. Ttial ii the sanctuary provided by a hunted person touching the door at a church, when It was regarded as sacrilege for an> )( his tursuers lo continue Iheii to catch him. as he waregardcl aa under the protection of the church. But that is a comparativeh modem explanation of "touch ATOod", and to discover the nai origin of *he superstition W have to go back to those earl., cirrunistanccs In which man paid reverence to certain treeIn those times the cull of thBy IAN GALE oak tree became universal 'hioughout Europe, and It iiecame associated with the Sky i* lluu connacuKl with Ihe number Uurtocn. iiie ill luck of Juilveii u> heightened if by i-hance the UuriecnlA of the iDskUil aliould lull on a Friday. JO Uie uiher nand lb* beuaf is aged Dial a child burn on the nincet.th will be lucky in all ius ventures started in after life n this day. The thirteen superstition exists throughout Europe, and It is impossible in any French town or city to Hod a house .lumbered thirteen. Also, few jhisscnger liners would dare to 'Live ,i uumber 13 cabUi. Thirteen Guineas As evidence that the superstition waa nut cuiinned lo the less intelligent of the population, there may be sighted the coae of Mi Justice Lux more, an English High Court Judge, who held very strongly by the super.tun.n When practising at the Bar, he would never accept any irrief marked thirteen guineas One solicitor, who knew this, sent him on one occasion a brief marked "twelve and another" It was returned lo him. Religious circles ascribe the Origin <>f the thirteen superstition to bhe Last Supper, at which thete were Christ and His Iwclve disciples—thirteen in all. Bui this would hardly account for the dislike of the Humans and the Greek* for the number thirteen. It is more accountable in this case by the story of the Valhalla banquet in Greek mythology, to which twelve of the goda were Invited l-okl. the spirit of Strife and Mischief, Intruded, making thuleen, and Balder, the favourite '>f the gods, was killed. Talking of superstitions, [ Id not leave out horaeatfioBBi. those universal emblema of ,.ood luck. The general superaition U that a horseshoe naileo over the Untal of a house will Uring good luck to all inside. i ut there are variations. Ow the Scottish fishing coast it u Relieved that a hc ra s jh oe naded to the mast of a fishing smack rtlll protect it from gvorms and In the North of England the upenrtition runs: "If you see a ,,..rseshoe In your path, pick It op. and spit on it, and throw It !v,.. your left shoulder, al the -am* Urn* framing a wish, the ..Ish will come true." If Faith Can Heal—What Is The Church Doing? \u CANNON HIGH WARNER Nailed Upward "StrggflM t Ihem—yc>. **" iruihfuilb *db / have seen stmniM of people comtaa here with various kinds of sickness. None of them leaves as without m some u>op bciiio Ihe belter." I could not doubt the ring ol HiiiVicUon I" theekoice of Rev. Hubert Horn Andrew.as we sot i.lklng In his cel-lik* study down iKwset way. Hv ban wo* silvei .md he did not look in* n ysacm. He recalled the day, iiaorlj i U i years ago. when he jome-i .tie pioneer founder of Wilton But remamber. horseshoe* Abbey sanctuary. B land for d-the John Malltard—as an astls.... prleat. Father John, he told DM w-' i way In Devonshire conduct** %  rie of his many healing mission"Yes," he went on,"nowaday\o take only the so-called incunjles. For over 15 years Father [ohn has lived here building up m* centre of spiritual healing \iiiong the incurables' who have stayed wh us—three or four necks t the average time—we i.av seen real miracles happen." If beauty and peace can heal. it surprised. The Setting always be nailed upwards. IdThe origin of this was the bellol tiiat the Devil, against whom the oharm" woe directod. always traveU in circles, and is consequently interrupted when he arrives at either of the heels of the shoe and is forced thereby to take a retrograde course. Great men have had the falling for horseshoes. Nelson, it Is iccorded, always had a horseshoe firmly nailed to ihe mast of the "Victory". There are two explanations as to the origin of the horsaahoe upenrtition. The first Is ..scribed to the legend of St Duusum and the Devil. The S.iin! w:i, noted ;e blacksmith and. according to the legend, one nay the devil presented himseir .Hid asked to have his hoof shod. St. Dunstan recognized him ..nd. after fastening bis yisiloi to a wall, went to work on hi* %  hoof so roughly that the devil hud lo bug for mercy. Before eleasing lum. however. SL Dunstan exacted a promise that he should never enter a place i where he saw a horsaahoe displayed. The mure likely explanation. however. Is that originated from the Roman belief thai evil could he nailed, and the hammering Of natl on the doors and over nuilitings was a weU-iecognlied means of curing or diverting ill luck and dHoane) How great *•"' '',> .„„"olng Into Egypt. the charm of the horseshoe at one time Is Illustrated by the fact that one of the "good wishes" of the early Prt of the last century was: "That the horse-shoe may never be pulled fi.-n your threshold." ioentally, 1 consumed Fathei oloiltaiu. Father Anirewa, and a third resident prte 1, tie Kev. Leslie Dunwoll, share ,n these Healing services al the ...tar rail, moving down to those *rbfl cannot ieve their MBta, ouching. and pi-yuig We have a doctor here who nag taly Joined our couunu:,ity,' I was told. "He. loo hares in the laying of hands in l. e chapel %  •rvice.'' So you believe in medical co%  i eration?" 1 oskad. For answer. I was IN to %  %  or marked "Occupational Therapy." Inside were two larg' h>om for weaving, and 'hree iiuller ones. A model plane ley in a window receas, and ie rials for doU nudung, raffia work, and other crafts flUeri th. 11 elves. lie opened another door. Her a/erg large lamps for light an'l i ;.y treatments, and couches for -N.i&sagtt, each with its screen You see." explained Father Midrews, "the prayer of faith is the Insu-ument of the divine haling forces of the Heavenly Father. This attitude is not %  posed to the medical and nur| II g professions; It pn'.y insist-, on prayer as the divinely ap( mted way of transferring; q ritual healing, which If neither, 1 "er nor worse lhan any tther -•n.y Material remedies must be Smiled in their scope becau?'' they do not Include the mor'il i %  inent For complete heallni!. i u've got to get ot all the root uses, spiritual as well. Spiritual healing is proiecled "Ugh the fellowship of two throe gathered In the name of present, living Christ."' The Nursea As a nursing sister passed aloni t e passage ha want on: "We haw resident staff of five trained %  '> %  •• and two male nurses, trained physiotherapist her oervicea. Dr. Woodard, grandson of the founder MCkness should be regarded as on the altar to control muscle movements. STOP PAIN QUICKLY with Phensic The famous threefold u ol PHENSIC tablets RELIEVED V N. St>OTHES NERVES, COl'N i r.i itH'S D1 SION. No mailer how matier how weary your r you feel, PHENSIC tai relief and comfort, qui>. member this — PHI \ harm the heart nor u Doni accept substitutes PHENSIC tablets by yoi, the pain, no cs, how<,'c/''V.w; will i ; and safely. Rc'! tablets ncithct ie! the stomach. Keep a supply t>i Through lu* study window ikvd across to the wooded )oreai hi.i which "'"P'*'' bad once stood The nune. 200 years or so ago. ,. Had ttV Dtg#al to the groun .itlent'. \-enlng. 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SUNDAY. Jll.Y 2T, 1S52 -I MI\Y \KIIII Vll I'W.I I I I VI \Th; j'sbedroi urn ;.* now an Abbot's cell ^ ^ DESERT RATS BECOME MONKS AND WORSHIP IN BALLROOM CHAPEL • ears ago u Faun is 41. and a (orm C PITITriEBRI, s I 1.1. VOW! at N.Mh.l:, up all worldly pour*. Inn ..TUB MTCn I fla* i h by binn and by blood" > nook i bi.icic robes, lookpd up from the lawn at the white facade ol the house and said : "Thai r.rc'jlar room used U b< the Princess's bedroom Ntn nur i.brary. Those windows on the left twi the PtlQCe'l room Now ibb %  II.WAS sp.nkny at Nahdom limit in l'.Mo to Sir Edwin Lutyens as an s;80.iXM> week-end h aM : RaHl in Prince fU< x* I).' go.Muki and ills English 1 i Naslidjm Is now th. ma il Uic only Anglican Order ol St. Benedict In this countrv Men wiwre the walla once rang with music lor dancers and IM chafer ot raoe-meetlng pantes the only sounds to-dav are the *int(inii o! the monk* in and Dells which pray era and du-.ias Twenty-lao men who nave dedica'ed theiiLJciv-s o 'lie service of Ood. who do rtM irom Wtlf Iron Mda H'. 1 a in and rrium aloes exrliarut.iiK his monk's naUU !•>' dungarees and a skullcap wlten he ts workmg in 'he arounds The ex sergeant Dom Waist an la in charge of %  Dom Hobrrt Petltpierre waa an graduate and a gc.eocr master. '(Ten ne took Holy Orders and became Vicar M .'. raw Rfl mined the atari Of Tor H and later was .n cliarae of %  \ Oil House Solio He DM been I AObey five veara Like the ot.ier monk* wno nave tasen •lie jws he gave up every worldly |i ., .-. n: )!• -en %  .in. .il a gajgap private income He Oromiir. to I .nil ea*r I a it:.Hid piano which 11 ad belonged *c rn grandparents a lacquered hat-box which hid Belonged to a Chinese Everulim* was aiven to the Order The piano the MtMf rhalr* and the I mi box now Mand in the ajue-room where . .r. %  ;. : : :: VLMtOm. win the house barr* IN THI GARDEN ot th. £50 00, Th*f kelong to the only Anilicjn "• drink TH*> KM w::n a ration ot .... n week .tnd most oi Ml B( ilieir place. %  ban tab i In the r tory. which is the original dn ;ng room large onouah Vft nive wine n it L* -en: u us or o#af.* I* 1 '" Robert ^afl None ol Hie monks liar an* money ol bis o" H n* away on 0usine.se lor tne Orde: be is given the monev ne • niSHl For expense* He mu*i ., .ant I" m '.'turn IB a i.. at PI oonds amid iris oooni> aid rhododendron* are om i n mKs and '•' have ended the r labour* at HW %  ongv latj Amorvf Dgfl I BrOU* Atban who tarted nle as a sfiip's cnandlci iwenty-nve MI n.-d the iirari u v oroher He nu- IO WSJ.II II -he up-stair?pail':, w.iiiid taxe on noother duty ano I 'lu*r;er 'A a century ne was at NajiMWtn he wasned the d inbnUMM monxs i two laUflat reeruits are i i Andrew WHO UMTI LO <>' %  .mm sod Bi iihM Brwa. n t -> who arrived a %  M even'u %  %  in orlier *orier i ->! H Who Ut t'-d "1 Ml % %  nere snow -Jxat U)M U :he w-v in *e :iave i^-en cai 'v • Angetus to!led Dorr. Robert left io loin h-' for the None tn 'he chaoel *. once the resort ' members of Uie cour: .! Wind*': and the iashionab:r Aseot meetcan help you to success through personal postal tuition iAKDI or MSN in imp. riant [-unions were onut %  rudcata of 1 1 he Bennett Colkge. Thev owe their success to Personal Posad 1 mi.on — The Bennett College way. V'JW have the same cbaocc •> qualify for a fine career, higher pay and social .tandingOnc of these courses w.H lead Io your advancemcatt i.-,-(.-,. M i. %  n .,,.,,, M.i"..a. I .-, .... i iii"~'i'i n*"*'* 1 ii.m.." M.C-.IIO \..* i^t—•%  -r..,l- .i...-.".."Mul|-. ^ r.i.,'.h. V.^-w w..k.k*o KSattM %  OVrwt *i itHOOl I I OTH SaaSwwaeMe 0< i II :• %  .. .1 I-,,-..tl.l.-H V-...'., J lomuxMiicouiet atn I H %  i CIH I I'faapnfawjswiaw*•. % %  • %  I •. I l -,,. i %  cu'.incAit o> I &.> EDuaTIOH MNSTOO*. 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She keeps Nouree Villenes-sur-Selne. r.missary When ^he pvitv on hat tven the party spirit moving: during Mrs. Ma thews officiated, lookChristian Dl Field-Marshal Monttf.iiiiii.v noUlg odd evenim; the ., picture of COO) < rispei \ i dreei IUMRIU-I. tlces it "1 vtvee gpend at home a gny nylon dress. emissary, the salon mane %  swiet" he s. pomn I;..I .. .. *** P*' r**i>eci to the t. straw number ana erore recent I v. -. sawsssu llelln. Sweetie Lady. She was a wom..ti Penny <-.tcl.. on *vhe*n r M „ u ,,_ oiessi ^' ,a Gu rdian. She wo cmu-d the Supremo paralysing elegance who n-duo-d she goes. Her nickname is always "J** ^ ur^ow, Mathe v , Tnnnnders wife: -Hello everyone there to limp oif-theused. Nobody calls her by the .T* 1 1 Ls a, ^ acne ' S a Ve [ > rcal "P"' !" *"U: "Monsieur Mot . id uondeiful person,she told But gOOQ Penny m,,le it nl|n your service ... l>le Jo-)S that sh, Mrs. Ridgway pointing to an Ik." brooch in diamonds. 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PACE TWEI.Vr Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. JULY n, 1SS2 SBUCVl TVKAl KKPOHT: Antigua Orummar June Rainfall Below Average nt^cuy In lut report on Ihe work of '"•' > %  %  • Uylna oul ol (Jua.-a 1] iVrTuma th. DrtpammMit • •( Science and ioi.iuurs ITJ vuluCherry Th „ .„„„„, p,,_ojl 1 . i ,w_ ApiculUlr. in, th. month of June, % ...ted. .nd Pap.t. 11 Anusu. 0^0^ SchMl loo! ram '"" for 3 Hi. Excellency S.. %  ItainSh unatom of June. lf,2. ni pea. wa. muniwd. Appl,...: Ki'Mll. O.B.E. wu at"".:.. :n iho ul .ulpii .jto ?M unable to .Hand but Lady Buck"";""'> '?!"f S!" lu: "*• u " on c *"~2 >" """ %  "" premnt. arcunipaiueu ante ahosven. ten .... „pr..xim|',„. u,l„l number o( llvestot* INMrlanstle. ml inunUI I. Hie Private Secretary CuUUn ately >• daya duBn the month. ,| u^. „ .ui.ons t the end ul riaata. I ... K K W Flrwitt n*.vy aaia widely dKinbute.1 ratn. j unw WM na, UKIU.IN. youiu un.lr.yl Hid l.vHvc ornamental The Headmaster Mr, J, F Foote mi on inr aih .md U1 According .pjck ix,,,, duiut Ihe mouth. H.nl.oldinVrenl specie. weie.l. In I... .euort p.i.1 tribute to a £ SJS_. "if"? J !" CI ''V !" ,rom Thtee bUOdrad and sevc.ily-.ix distributed tiom January u, June, bta W.lter MrSevmey who was on. ".Sail cXforl". V",£ -'"" ulk "" "'" d "' W < '" ** U. .n old bo, o/^hTSSo! and for IslandI the .vcr.ac t.Sl rainfall ,nd Jroun •"* """ %  ra *"'" Oraiuc .artoon. pH. UXal aaa.nJF '*"> %  member of Ihe Covfor"tniontAw?Sl^hJrThe '"' breeding, deteri"""f "". "' 'he bo* Th, awraKc total for 1, .19M wi. " """drcd and four .tud i.unat.on. we,.mad...„ Se-well J","" 1 now ha. a new Governing June f.„,. p.t 105 year, wtl "• %  "on. There were a. follows:— res.il lib ''n7''''^'^ ^•Jf !" '., Canon 5 4. inches The approximate ,£ "uU. 1(1. buck. 110. ram „,, vu ,. LJL*B*Jjf %  %  Co ,; tTX tal rainfall for lhe „x month. and *• %  H* i.lemUnotlon auMhod. wore I' 1 „,,,, f £ i w 1^2' January to June 1952,. I4.M ...._,.„,„ .„.„.,, .. Ik M.m „ %  ,ta. S" ,;L" '£ 1^'.' Ineha. the total for the correar.NTOMOLOOICAL OKrirt i*n two L^eS ^S pondin,, ww for ,05, „.. 04 ,„„ numW „, moll „„„ , "H ^* ~j[. -^ 3 ...y-^.e^biy? JSlff^S! jHa^rnn'"^ SfSl 'S "" ^ STiT S£ H ^£2%^ ^ !" ^ Hre^l* X WctffS^, -j---,.. ^dlTuitS.'ag IBCM rS •" duweted ; .. MaeDonald ColloUl crop for the IMI i..on I. can. Held.. Nona was found. I, rtiiiie wa. audiial "" •'' *"i"ar of the Leaw.M the enuivalen, of I67.B76 to, .."ddri-rt thTILrE ""K r ' %  %  .. ,,„,„, %  ,h. .wiLiJiZ f"""1 "'"" of parent, and boy., iff tbe.vou,.ane,r.„, made >,.onal,l slreaaed thai Ti low >•....•', durini Hie month and I. .anno. aaUUi* IbemMlvea In T, a ".. of arnmon a SSieaion UT "' W w !" ""*"> '"' the creen and vigor !" ,., ..„,..:„.,„. it .rbudo.. g !" ? ZJSSitol th? leavTs ^"T 1 .""Provemenl in .tatxtard. The nawly planted v.m.r ,„.!,,. l ..'~JT „~.. n '"?";'J,^T. r J'" The Ilenn of Anti^a ipok, on arm nated latlalart. liylrutre, f Oomnmlril. aS.' .i^i % %  ..^"""r SffT"—' / ,V;nL"^i"A.r. 0 ,x, I ..liar D^nosi* ,.,,d 'tirr'hT'^SfaSS rr^r,'.. .X^V^"rSUi.oe. NV, uuu-ker nietl.., Vr^j^bjju.rt ln.pee.lo,, of the eotlon Bunf4-I rarrl.-d .nil ,!, ';'' "Jfv"** are U-uul ^ !" r ^' "' !" J "-k !" rd ,,,.i n ,,ed durini nj ..ther ratoon Held, attack,rt "•' l„t, !" l the month .o . %  t„ e„ure that th. 1 N~rhi.oee. ,n which %  ,-, year rnathod. Thne newer tech. !" £;;, %  !" • %  "T^** plot, had !., %  M. mi.on.n. failure ( ue.. requiie U Uaf mal.rial, ^^""""a "• %  < %  " %  "y The -earrh f.„ %  1 -,dt. ,„ %  ee, hu, which had pribably .ulfer•"* quicker, and eheapor ,„„. M ""^ J r t d p ( orUlk Uj waa continued and totnl of 2 543 cd loas in bmnnce due to delruccliemnal reoKenta are i-equlred KnIod hv i, v Hlackbume tea. ^lnd In 4 month.. II !" of roou. The roil .utii of i 1 detarmliuUloti. • ""* %  "•caoume The di.nribution of rnttrrn .eed .hipttX ha. yet 10 be deterf ""' hundred and twenty-three i for planting; commenced at the mined ''*af samples were collected from *, --_ end of the month Uld owner, und Annlleali.... ,.< In.e.lleld. ""' 4 2 KJM.P trial-. 14 leaf (yOtlOII Plailtiniff occupier, are aaked to make earApplic.lt.,1, „f InseclUMe ...,mpU-i fcan the Pino Milph.l. of """ %  • ly ..ppll.n'i !" roJ teed, tip to Ihe Jt '<• lane-lieldt ommonl. time of application in Soiiaivra Rnnin. end of June .red wa. dirih.ited further work nat bean carried .elation to Ideation experiment •! s ' ak experiment, on plantori urea ^,1 Bnd 2 samples from Ul V I1?l''lf:[ • i "tis for root borer control. ,, lo i>,„ 0 ^rtate cane i eaf nu trlcnt PEASANT AflKlf'I'l.TITRK I'uring June, dye government „ rn(I work .met... tiimjlsl i tt__.i. !" ..i„„. .!..!„. rf bui'dlnf* were exambled and One hundred and twentv-three , ANTTGUA. PMaants continued planllni of ,„. „,,.„, a^nn.t wood ants car.ample, wet* dried and around In A "tlmia' cotton planUne aeayam.. ...... ,x,.atnc, eddnea. In,.„. „,„ „ nd our i„^„. rt |o„. .„., „ VlhWII I'wSuf on w '" bo8ln !" '• Septmber dlan com and cow pea. durimr „..,„„„,„ „, rlu> ,. !" nati !" we^ mad. nd P* !" '" "' d " %  %  "the month. In reapons.-J,. the en ..,, „ f „ ur „ latol ,^*„_V.'',',,:;,,., rlal no.i.u.-ment ..-111 be made reaardcouranment otven by the Depart„, ,, nmmhKt for ihe predepc. ,,„SmSL rSiTlt, have been '"' "> e • > co "" < > P'""" ment peasiinl. generally dl.pl.. UIMHBII ttatyi lh..,,ne"l" !" "*"""! "f"'^ nave been ^^ *rig^t^aCa -,o rf-JSSL. K,rs. ~ F '""•-"-ws ,b ^ ** youiut n.tooi. eanes ill Ihe lower Vtm Tr |.|. T-iese aeedlinrj. SN F "' VM Alth !" .!, a„vemment hu not rainfall areas were beglnnmc to „ ri ,„„e.,f u ||y estublish.-d unMbrell.nenus AnalyiK '" elved u llrm offer for the whole .hov, the atreel ortlie dry weather d< r irr ,„ llo „ „„„ rKm ved thai. Thre.sample, of B.A.I". were "' "" %  "" ""P l not propoaK. r,. !" n ;,, Ji i^e " nl1 ' •"" Th ablings are adulntntuon test.. cotton planting. ?,,.,„-; „, ££. 2 ?,? .^ea. "OW • "biblUied and are makOne butter „mplr waa onaljmed '', ov !!T. ra n t "]" PurchMe pea22 !" „t tnthie"r !" !" u "1 •atl.faetor, growth Irrigation 'or f,co chlorine, suspected of J""" '?' on i" >• ""d pnnx-dressmes of '"Iphalc ''>amiiionlt. e.munii5 II thb. bacenm. causing a taint. '" m,k JL • ""d Payment of beJune wa. the U* m.atth of Uta *"• oe vonunuw n ml. o-c.ana. Iween 12 rente and 14 cents pea dote season Durlnn the month '"'/""'* , rnnaeRieinu lb, seed cotton pen.anl. .cr,. preparing their The breeding: plou at Groves ft. rin V^ !" A !" ' llovcrnment doe, not undertake age will he planted Ihls year than b, le it wa. possible to do mo., ;J rr ^ p u 1" ve J !" '.'• ' ho the .mount of cotton for which la* year %  the .upplyng nccowary by % "'.f M ^, 6 " r a~aeral meeUiuB of „ „ ar |„, s ^.^^^ Small plots of aroundnut. were ungling the existing plots. The r~,),'''"' %  ,, L " 2 wore comsteps are boin. taken bv thrS jnted durln. the month In St r.mainder wa. done by dinning "1"~f.. "* %  5 "''>' n>colins.s w,-st Indian Cotton Growers' ... indSt Pew Goodgerminup stumps from the old field. By ''' !" " %  Process of ror.n.tl.,, A„ociatioii, the Antigua Cotton •Uon ha. been reported. tl,c end of the month th. .upplies ^ nd ' JJ hn!" n,l lu „ with the Growers' Amdatlon and GovernCoconuu. and mangoes wore 'r, h.„l taken and were starting to P r !" '"ollwi of eertillcales of rgm ,.„, u, obt^, new „,„]. rood supply in Ihe market Ooori arow vleorouslr. ,, ,.i nd 'waive ornamental yields of breadfruit and pears are s —„ ll ,.,. MI nurma Manv ""leer gar* an address on expected In due course. ,„,„,„„ „,,„„ of shi. i"^^'" !" ,p > -"' K,r 1 i< > '; ''1 Ilour The fonnal presentation Some minor damage continued |v wmih wmfm ,^„ n ,„ „,,. tht l rt c hurel, Old Sokola. ,„ „,, ,,,„„„„, „, .egiaraoor, to 1 ..U...I l,v leaf l,,y.,.r or, h h aasxtCuTllm. b> the Welchnum Hall Cu-operaUvr beans, scnle Insects on fruit and ,,.,.. ." ,_., ,.„,,,„„. „ „ ."•"""a"on aad Re.utr.tloa M „ kctina S.Hi,-tv anil llu-Lewai-d ^^^^''"1,...' !" T1de ...is-actorlly. ^^ JJ^^ lOgOX, lS c JK e g' >"' '"" ,,lh variety of crops. Control measure. tc.,iu>mic Tree Propaaalloo and waa organised during the month •re conUnulng. IHstrlhutlon. Six hundred and Ibis .va formed as a prelbnlii.ir. Co-aueriilmV Day Peasant l.ivealock lime. 82 mandann. 365 to the farm machine., ancM> rclcbrali.m HI | spa-truB, M UrtVMl which i. to lie orgamsed when Durlna ikL^HSSUn^ a. I.,.m-..l. which was ,.: lor) and on the whole, esuibroutlne operations, were those llrcadfruit l.teicd on 4th June. Th il .. ,ctio. continue lo m.k. connected with the planting of Sour Sop . 1 ta. number of socielics registered .1 progress. Satstatl \..e. SEA SCOUTS IN CAMP Ooitlkoik BM SKUUI I ip .il B*.tll.„ l'u*n. opruiKTlnne are ul>vut 2a IMU. -u camp witii Mr. C. A. Boo' cjiouj, Bcouta i .large, rhtj AaWUlunt Cutnniu. iuner few UMir nuU-arM, Cap:. (. A ^c-Uy, viaimi Uiva. •>:! Saturday. Tlta camp will D4 on ., aflcraoou. bxcculive ( UUIIUIUMMWMIUJX The Executive Comtnii'. island Scout Council will ntevi •o-morrow afternoon (Monday i t Seoul Haadquaxwr-. at & pjn. August Camps Many troops have planned to amp durin the monUi tt Augu.st md all H.-W. Camp iuipmcin iuve been booked up already Tins is indeed l healthy sijpi aad ,e hope that more Troops wul %  cumpum during September H *eil. Those Groups who have not . o ihe rnd of lhe la&t term (Jan. Apr! i .mmissioner for publication %  •Scout Notes". Please let u know what's 'cooking' In YOUn CROUP. It will encourage other Cioups too. BUT please send 1" TOUT notes not later than the Thursday before publication dav. GOOD CAMPTNG TO YOU ALL Barbadian Studies Shakespeare \\ Stratford The British Council in conjunction with the F.xti;i-imir| Department of Birmingham University has arranged two courses on Shakespeare at Sli,itforf English from Auslralln. Canada. Southern Rhodesia. Bartades Itrlgium. Finland. Frsnee. Greece. Italy, Sweden Isr.el. Braill, Peru. Urugusy and USA. The protrranime eon ,,,,.-. rtf lecturev !*• Kh-ke'l^-nre Institute by Dr. rilfforel leeeeh on "Shakeipeare^ Romnn Playa." Mr. H. V D. Dyson nn <-.. %  ne.lv. Tragedy and thfl I^st Plays." and Professor C. JSi**on on "The Rond to Discovery" -nd additional lecture* hv lendlnR British scholar? on Sh-ikespeare und hl eontemp'irnri. n..d the IlllUlllasI Age. Mnnr>fT' attend perfni-mnnretr of olays at the Memorial Theatre, and tutorials and diciision <>n these plavs will he held There are also plav-readlnc Wki and vllui to place* of Interoft In Warwickshire and the Coastwl.ls. KING FAR0VK ABDICATES HI l-raea aesc 1 oup wc* staged Wedm^rt.v was not He is In lhe aaval mminand in line. .. irning long conference 1 with Mahei. his troops went to the King'* Palace. They were barred 'iit'ii bodyguard. Naguib I forres opened lire on the guards j when they refused the demand for (he Palace Nag*1b'< smashed their way into the Palace and arrested Abdulla 0 Nafuim Paiha. Matter's two-day-old Government was reported ready to resign on Saturday night, and independent Baesiedn Barakt Pasha is believed the most llkel> candidate to be appointed to form a new 1 %  Net, The "day of uclioa>" fell exactly -.x months afl*-i Cairo's "black' Saturday" rlotB of Januar> 26th In Which Cairn was ripped by rtot> I murder which burned nut great sections of the city modem business are., und left unT'umbered hundred* dea.l and Injurad. ..( %  .uiuii.in.,! en %  Naguib was reported U) huve deii.jtnded vtimld have stripped I Fitnuk f liir, Kuyal preionatlve1 1 dismiss an Egyptian government, and dissolve the Chamber of Deputies II' Stevenson Accepts Nomination a) Kroaa PMf 1 dent Truman, who flew hennaaej I !: 1,. i 11 1 %  %  : which he loir ml.) the ftcpubhj cans and staunchly defended Ms Fair Deal programme. He intro-' .lured Stevenson as the gee*] whn had been numm-tid im the Praatdency on a "reul honest to goodtt "because" he would DOl make deals with anybody". At the time that Kefauver Bnd, Hussell marched before the Convention and conceded, Stevenson was still 1 Vi votes shy of the 614'v he needed to win nomination. As soon as the two defeated candidates finished short addresses to the Convention Utah made a payoff change In a vole thai Stevenson t ways. One of the mcen attrnctlv. 1 ideas Is the plantinc of commemorative trees and shrubs in titles, towns, and villages throughout Scotlnnd. Young paopM will play a ijr.nniin'i't part ; n this icheme. following Ihe example of the Edinburgh Girl Guides who. for the 1937 CnroniUIOn of King George VI. planted 400 flowering cherry trees In an Edinburgh glen To-day. after IS years, the trees make a magn'flcent display each spring Jamaican Musieian's Successes Among medal winners announce 1 at the final concert of the Ft -aval of Commonwealth Youth organised i>y the Overseas league on Monday June 30 was Julian Barber of Jamaica. He was presented with the Colonies Media by Colonial Secretary Oliver Lytteiton. Among the audience wer.r. any dilUngulshed mHtteiaqg m• niimg Sir Arnold Bax (MasU-r .if the Queen's Mtsick). Rogcr giilter, Harriet Cohen. Albert Ss'i imons. Harold Craton. Seymour Whlnyates (Director or Music, Brlti.-h Council), and Hi-lb RailUm (Director. National Yntith Orchestra of Great BritWest Indian Teachers In U.K. Five West Indian teachers have trrrvad 111 Unta.n as gUMM of the Colonial Otllcv. They are spcndiiig %  month in Britain seeing many acUviUes connected with their work, and other aspvets of the British way of Hie. The party consists of Mr. E. (• .,-,.i-. !,.-...{ I..mi. 1 ol lhe An .1 Kcgina Senior School Essouueh-. .ni,, Qulana; Mr. B. French. Mipervisuig tcichur at St. L-ucia. Mr. H. Jackson, head teachei of a Roman Catholic primary .school in Trinidad; Mr. T. Miranda, .. Methodist teacher from British Honduras; and Mr. V. G. S. Pinnoek, headmaster of Morant Bay Government School, Jamaica, Before setting out oft tiveir tour the party were received by the Crown agents for the Colonies, Sir Harold Downle. and by the deputy Cha.rman of the Royal Empire Society, Sir Gerald Campbell. On July :0 a reception was held In the delegation's honour by the Earl of Minister, parllam e n t a r y Under-Sec retary of State. Tbey are visiting a number of i-honls of different types. Oil Ihe Industrial side they are v siting a cotton factory to see West Indus Sea Island cotton being spun, and a sugar refinery. JUST IN TIMK FOR THE > m unit ivi si is0i.\ ANEROID BAROMETERS Only a limited numbe. so selecl >,airs early and be prepared HURRICANE LANTERNS E,ub,uh T. HERBERT LTD. "" !" 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Vi-Tofci iKUta, Dr Jama* Ra< % %  W ill and ph,a it— J**— *<"* peeai u* •i" ti awin kaMXuaM. n. kirn* tM. astatan aae aaxi a and nalil ar* I— frets u*e Uvr* la a aaartad alo-in. 4o.r> in all Irw Body pro-.net arts K'lnlaau an of IM Baxrt. an mi imtt ar ni.n.r... Hua> 3*sis.'.a, .U'K HaatSa aaat Uwa '". %. r. %  al t tsoar aad vll.liiy la IM reel tooae U In 1 Day eeiame Vt-Taka air a.i.i,[.i i-'.i.Uti W a.i (Irniu bpaat thr (laiidi aim iiiua laiuauraia Is* aieodi ar.i >.. K imaU IM tod). tUara la no lnoa aalllrn i, H oa.ni ivpan an aato*ltl.ni lB*BitK>BHal rUU I* IMI and toa. may la*! 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Wr have also some very reasonable bird figurines "the Pelican". "Woodpecker". "Budgerigar" and "Heron". Come riirl> ii.I make unit choice ul your ItoalrTr, LOUIS L. BAYLEY OF llolton Lane and Aquatic Club Botrih Phone 3l Phone 4897 • _/*w H*W w^-9Vm% c^evtntu-*^/ive • • .. tlit Lil,-il .•/ &tU*tm't <=Jln* C*t* • More Economical • More Comfortable • More Powerful a "A Car with aU (he> 'Extraa* you'll deairc.** &f New Shipment of these Famous Cars arriving shortly. &f Redman & Taylor's Garage V.'-V'X-C^-W^OO* Near Cathedral



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SUNDAY, JULY SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE THIRTEEN FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY ...ONLY ONE THING TO PO.' SOMEBODY S GOT TO STAY BENO ANO DRAW THE R FRE WHILE THt ^ I REST OK YOU GO UP IN THE ELEVATOR' Weil.. JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS LET'S THt TO KEA40N THIS OUT. JOHNNY.' WHY rMCETWfi WIT i %  %  IT COUlP BE A *— BTONT'RSeTMEir CPEB:ATiC^5...0e. THEN AGAIN. JUST : NPTOTHRXW CKAY, BMTAPlSE'JLrST KE*E" 1 0£e\..lvEGOT TC flSTUKI ANPBBCS %  • *our /tfjyBOPv %  •S I PJCXEP OUT' __^BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MAN US RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND •B 7 I' KW %  EE...TWAT Mil WBUflO ~J ^$er %  **...BUT i %  *?w ... %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  S HJjfT A*CBT ^.AY THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK 8> RAY MOORES is is AicGisv i, PF .,„„_ !" i" Hii.,iKlnt Oeorie VI Gordons Stands SuptefK& IT PAY S YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only %  ^— —-%  — ^ =m '* ..—.,%  M ^ SI'I I I \l, Ol I I Its are now mail,.1.1. at our HVunrhr* W I.ite Park, I >... il-iil. Spt-i||l>lMs $.48 — $.40 OATMEAL imTim. . .60 iStiPSaSF 2 ;:|! "" s *"" S %  IICSIOCUA M .4B I'EAHI. BARLEY Jl SAUSAOES VIENNA (4-..z Tins) 40 — .39 COFFEE CHICORY .11 CHICKEN SOUP 42 .4" CIIA.SK-.SAN>10I<\K INSTANT COFTOC %  MUSHROOM SOUP 42 .40 KffiT^JKJSKs % TOMATO SOUP 36 .34 KXAPPIS anflOU is! ONION SOUP 36 — .34 OIIAVAS (Large) 6S GREEN PEA SOUP .36 — 34 APRICOTS (Small) ,__„...... .J FRUIT CAKES — 31b Iln3.00 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street G . %  : V^ GUINNESS STOUT FOR STRENGTH C. F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) Ltd. P.O. BOX 304 BARBADOS % 



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PAGE FlllRTEEN -I SOW ADVOCATE SL'NDAV, JULY 27. 132 CLASSIFIED ADS. TfLErHOhE 2S0t FOR HIAl HOUSES PI III. If SALES I III V) I4I\ M BEAL ESTATE SI. Miihai-I's (iirK Vho.il IHKTII I %  bahe do.na Well IHEl) %  ItneaChurch Kew Road F.h. Adi %  Brar.dCTiitdn THANKS %  ANNI'll K Mr .ml " M* art funeral and irth.i i their recent l*rrvi"rnl. by the death of Mr*. Beryl gratefully retui tided Ihe lunera r other wat* inpalhy %  Mabel Aunt FOR S VI K %  Ida Flat main i AUTOMOTIVE CAR t*l model H-l.n Owner driven. Ota* M v im mm Mf HUM < %  %  ,-. MM ,(*>.J %  IS) In -n IftH P J %  relcpnqni IT T M-ln CHELHOLME" UnfiirnlaeieO Che; •e.t Garden* Inapeetlen an\ *. *I •rpt Sunday.. > %  CMUMO STANDARD IB lit .-.callenl .-.J/.ion. good bargain Phone ilia, or OM L P. M T S3—In CAR > %  i %  \ II D Stewart. Super DeLuxe X 754 .Irvr* |o 17 7 53 411 %  Oilman Mln X-l --. IT.aoa mil**. a.eel lent laavlng I.Und ln.a>BC_OI .-i %  .-. H pif u r i is—n IN MEMOK1AM i in ... %  iw Alii' 1%TF.ME VTK Cppar Hard Mmi I BK) MONEY hv .ellm* Red fuilon in vour •par* time Oct a auprb of forma todav 1.1 H—an WA Mil LADY CIIPK - for the North* appHrit-ona rr DeugUa. Country I 11 A .11,, A-*" IA10 mllaa Ratal. condition Available September naaraat. TaUaphone 1T14 Ford 10 Batai ..I -ArchvUk". Country Bd Michael. 2nd Route Iron. Roebica tr 7 ~ ling*. <*rJoetobly funUahrd. FngHan STItl ITT r-aih Open Verandah rrin| era u.tabl| Ju i.' pernn. Telephone 3MB. II I I % %  psatM. BREEZIf Y. Muwll Co—i lined Houae with 4 Bcdrooma. Br>artou> Reception Room* Double Garag*. and iv m beach John M Mlada*. t Co Phot..***o PI'. I'd %  uRimij C.BW VW eaouah land The "mf*" am .i. i. %  n BBMM • %  < an g %  an i liable for a bard -nth > atari mote b uldir.j' d*l on apt aale by Fubiit Competition at my roRIA STREET FRIDAY l*t m In - ARCHER MtKEKZIF FT T.a* 4n ;n( on u.an aniirr feet M The Hoixr conlalm Ihiae badroomi. la*h Mi ObnV Mm. •4 Ma IMI CANAAN Calll*ah. Rathanaba irnlihad. ElectrKity and WaUr Bapt Oct.. Nov Apol> Mri A A Gibbon' F.ilkMtorw. St J.niM Trl (MIT 71 7 S InapailKMi by th# liad FUta at Dua> iiUBi* (or 1 Available July 1MB onward Phonr Fl^TS-Taii •**. St La m n f aw Suitable for 1 only. and II . %  %  %  %  f Auluat IMi %  I \KIEIM,I.IN A M III La... MMM IT 7 %  l.m UAUPIIINE ESTATE. It Vincent ITS rrea of fertile land, paitly bonUftMl >y LA*t CAMPANA8" Furnl.ned or i iwo nvcr. ilh hydraulle powtttd rurnaheJ "LaM Cimpaiui" .ituate Arrow Root Factory ERata HOUM. I Av"ie Ballevllle. conUlninaj 3 Animal SUIIa etc SlluaWd 4M .nllea Bedrnom*. Uvliuj Room. Kitchen. Rath. (nm City Verv Suitable I" Mlet with Front and Back Veiandaha Farm Apply H A II.. Servant*' Room with NautOn. SI in urd. For parTT 1 M—3n CAK IPM Vauxkall IIR-4J far in ...llehl .....dillon. owner driven Apply :' %  % %  • irm. flin.l churni Bua-alop ui front. FI T H—In. CARS—1*. IM* and ltl Hillmai. •aloona. pm • %  ranalnf fraru'11.100 lu U0OO AIKIIII A40. t'ltroen and Dodge tlTM to 23M Hillii.-n Fatala rar alVOO All nl thete raia It.mc 14 T S3-: i"b Good tiling huh head. C t ajil lifter II. one year i... iga I.... . I.I i..v. prjM • new. Twin curburettu" :Uuta pfffurmanre Owner car. Apply D. Harvey < .ltan DanH of Commerce n T M -i ROOSEVELT MANOROn i. A-.., H Wa*M i lieclrooma and all modem i Apply "Eaia*. Court". Ra.nn._ TAI.KIM. POIN1 U any cwrr. I'M**, Of r .id Sn SHIPPING NOTICES IM III M NOTICE of the United Stataa HUNT Ml" TMEW-AUnaal New Bedroom Stone llunialaw. . in Admire, nil Modern Convenience* Near It*. Ooine. Under £1.4*0-Almoai New S Bedroom I Partly Stone 1 Bunaa Reaidenr* to Admire, Gomi, Under HWi BY NAW GARDENS—A ran Qi bratta B* .,. inu B*"-"f Cupboaido II inch Stone Bunaalow -about T in old*. Dlmna llrcakfaal Tolltt'. Garaae, Servant'* Room. Ever!tc Roof. A-l Condition Baak Yard encloaed wllh Stone, about 11*00 aq. It Oolna lor Only Undar E3.10O AT alAXUM.I. Mill. A New I Bedroom Stone Bungalow, about ln Under El 100 AT i : %  • i .AM: A I Bedmom ollaae. Oovt W.li. Elerlrlclkr, VBT* %  inilnin **%  %  I n)l..i| i Otal 3111. D ' <:. KCJI EaUte Agent, "Olrva Bmlfh", Haaf. In** n 7 M I; The fnllowUaa; u the r"imiill New Girbt to be aatmtttad to Si MII School eat Maadai "wi' be* • nat • >AMs K.f <-tt. OretUa MTV Dorian Yvonne A.J.EVNC Calaatla Orlandtne HI IVKI blm> LeMU AUSTIN. Hat) Adele n lil-.THAM. Narva Bane I llaavr Ruby Eunice 1.1 RaBIlY PwWlCla Elaine II |![.A<"KMAN. Dwrowiv Maura II BRANCH. Noreen Elmir^ II Him'HER InElrlta 14 CAM UNDER, Edlln Vakla 15 .AI.IJ-NDF.ll. K„th El lee i. in (ORBIN. Cicely Vernnka 17 I'OX. Mvrtle YoUnd* la CRAIGG. l*eaa-> Annette H CRICK Marva June •0 IMJTTIN. Monica Verina I! K lorn* Avaihnl %  IORDE. Plrend.< .1 a I in i. \HM:S M.irnr .. M-OoiW Haael •> (,i(M>-riTII. PatMla Ethel HOLDER. Dan La Payetle miWAIdl. CUudlne Sylvester SB HOYTB. PatrtcHl Eurajta 9 HURLEY. Mirwada Allla 3*. LASHXEY. Noreen Hyacinth %  i: -ii'in natwaaii viaiM %  31 wOllELEY. Haurva Oneta a .rut. Norm* Eileen St SAND1FORD. Joan Patricia 31 SKEETE. Gwendena Eraeothei x* * Winifred 48 WATERMAN. Lauraan Clutild WHARTON. Doloiea M.nlettwiLTaUMRK. Opal wonncn. II-IMII p.i> S. The Headrnlatreaa UU Buardl-na of Ihe a*M* accompony thetr d^urhter w-i.l. Srn.-.i '.n H lUi IBM -I I 1 a ra .',','.-.-. v,v,v.v.v.v/.y/rV t •1 Tt*r Bicvclr RalTlr-rl In 5 S Aitf or HI 1.1> JI.WELRY s *; STORE baa been won b* S \ Tkkrl N. 7. L (XIETON i HARLES 27.752—In. „ ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. M S BAILING TO M S WtUJEMSTAl) IRh Au|U*t 1*9 ILINt. TO lUMlllB fAUHlKll. AND HRIIIBN Oil ANA M S NE6TOH Mh Auajiuri IMS SAIRE Jiin Auajuat 1RB MS sTKNTtiR 5ih SatMarnbar IBM tlllM. TO TUNIAAB ARD < I KACAO S S BOwKOOr' llth AUaTuM IBU M S HERA 1Mb SeptambaH 1*U HAIIJNG TO TRINUlAll M 5 sciiaE lath July ISM %  F NINON. SON a> CM) LT*. The M.V MONEKA will accept Cargo and PavenBera lor Mat. Antigua. St Kill*. Nevla and Montaerrat Sallanar on inr NMIi July IBM The M V CAHIBBEE will Arcf>t CarBo anal Rawmgera for Dominica. Anturua. St KMIa. Nevi, and Mont.erral Sailing d*W lo be NotifWd B.W I. SCROONER uw M H AfeSOClATIOM (INI) twaalgaaeL Taaa. —tar**.: Ciiiiiiiliiin National Steamslii|is %  OLtRROtND LADY RODNEY .. l ANADIAN CIlAUaENOER LADY IfCLROaV i ANADIAN ciuiunat I ANADIAN rONSTRLCTOH -ADY RODNKV CANADIAN i I'll l '-•-'. IADY NEXRON NOKlillioi sn LA1)Y KODNEX CANADIAN CHAU.ENGER I-U>Y NUJ4IN CANADIAN CRUISER i ANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR IADY RODNKV CANADIAN CHALLENGER IADY NELSON Salla dM KaH* ArriiBaaaaa Rar bade. fcJu.i 1 Jufcv 1 JulV 11 July n July U July 3 Aug 1 Ana Aug • Aug i:> Aug It Aug. IM a Aug M OSapt IS Sept 13 Sept • Sept IT Sept SjS Arrlaaa hall* |5SS V Aug larbadaa T Aug. Bapbadaa 9 Aug BaaaaB 1* Aug II A>ig M Aug %  Sept. 1SR*V' Aug 3D Aug see > Sepl 30 Aug 11 Sepl. 30 Sepl 30 Sept. 11 Oat. g OM ai oct It Oc' 11 Oct R> Oct II Bet la Aug ':?;• II Sepi Arrlvr* M-..I%  St AUK IScpl 14 -S. L.I 13 Sepl I Oct. It Oci 34 Oct 4 Nov i %  -ii %  %  i ..ii. ..i.i. .p.'t |a— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.— AienU. CARDodge Super-de Lux* iX-ag. Will .ell for cath. brat offer, boughl •mailer car Flrtt claaa ord< driven thai _.. 16 T 5S—I f Norton AppO ..r. i PafB BE IT T M-ln Old reliable Company eatabllahed in ,,Trinidad for many vear* reejulraa h* •ervaCei Of a rompctenl and eparleneril Manager for Branch Office to IaanaafJalwal In Barbadoa end Septrmbei IPSl Pleaae rend full del.Ha MM •alatv re*|nleed with *mall Paaapon ulrttBr 10 Advocate Box G T. C/o Advociilc < <• Wl.H-Ifft MISCELLANEOUS HOUSE n U * 3 bed ang t n&hed iwllhoul cr.>cfcfry and lln, GarrJaii apace. Sea Coa*l prelioed BbaaaBiare ri.ii.nl.-r.il ilhh, S lull. %  . % %  *i.ti.ag full particular* and Rental a T" Depl. mletil I.UlKll. l.. %  ni-.ti. OFFICE Small Peqiilrrtl tn Raul Box AO. Adu %  rua T k i is Dapi an M POCKET I by rtenmmendtn RrniFTUSlON In c II SO mii mated II M— n SUFPLEafENT YOUR INCOME lecommendmB lirniFTUSinN Obtat I particular* ffom the IlEPi^r' Public (Wirinl SaltOn T"ea.l.i the 1.' 1BBB. al I e hour of 3 or lor* i %  lb till be olrt l m. ..fflce t ll,ihlBhe^ %  ,,der Lha Alt M..' rerUlii | % %  l B • %  1' %  %  Peel Mlu.i. ,i 1 HOW or late Of %  Peer. < or lale M on land* i. late of am EllfalH-lh Moore tin Ian.: 1-U.r.nrr 1^.-. %  H I M Slat,..., II with the %  iieiciu ait appraiata a The whole property T4R>URANI> DolJARR Attacked I torn R %  ir.wa.aV ratiafacllnn. Ac N R H Dr-p. .1 pi.rriuiM ELECTRICAL Oarlllatlng i Orbli Fan Ught Pm a*j i.. FT T St-11 LIVESTOCK .OATH. 7... Goat* freah in milk *ppl> Hai Id Waalliernaad. Fonlabellc .T.at1 1 B 4 Itiii'Triiiii I.IH ielu.ed Apply Ctilhbert Itullp 31 T UIi MECHANICAL FILLNG SYSTEMS -Complrt bfl Barbadoa ar* raquaated to call at the American Consulate from July 1 to !l. IBS! for SelecUva Service Regl-loitm i HOUSI 111 board and ahlngir houi under lha. Universal Military Training js x II uamted throuhout with Bed Service Act .hadrot.r -id kil.h.'. ..n.i. lietl. ... rltrsen* of th United SMtr* Bl teparataly Appi^ i wtva attain the ag* of II year* aubi KafM g| Philip sequent to July 11. IPM. are required JT T Itreguler upon the day they attain .naJvaraarp of lb* day thalr birth. anthln five day* artar. For furthor Information, eonrult he American ComuUU, Brrg|*own. ~ bado* 17 111NOTICE ..ui at CO. LTD., Aai.ai.klle Deal*.*. General Earlnee Bay A Frakya Streata. BddieUvm. Barbtde*. B H.I bag 'o nollly our frtandi Culomer* that our Spare Parti Depart mrnt will be cloaed for our Annual Stock-laklna from July th lo 31H. I^N1>---' si-oii •. .-I— %  %  -•... lUCk Rock For Info Pl.one Ted Carmichaal. 3441 <. ... M T U_3n 1 %  • H4J or 01 ta S3 -Ih ;i Barbados Amateur Boxing Assn. r.'-.drr (he patronage o/ CANADA DRY Invite for tk* 1952 CHAMPIONSHIPS to b held at THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM 'Uirtna ths month of August at a dale to be announced later ChamiRomthlpB tytll be mteitd its the foltou-ino cUuttiotu: riywagjjht 11ii tam weight FeatJitTWelffht Liaiutwelght Welterweighl Middleweight Ucht Heavyweight— — under 112 lbs. ne 120 13!. 147 160 175 173 NOTICE Heavy — over 175 inlcndirm competitor* ore atked to call at Modem Hlflh Schoot for Entry Forms any afternoon *J—5 p.m. Lulgi r.iablr al in* lam 'Foundation. Sehola.*"'*' %  J*"? Combermere School, a. f 10 1 nd hn cummenclng baplaml Bach application anuat or near relative of a -lr,.iiened clrctimitaiicea Ainiiicatlon. n> writing, addrraaed to Ihe Secretary. Albion' todac. I u II... n*. will be received up to July Vth R. D MUHI1IY a. | %  in IXMRSin COLLEGE OE THE WEST INDIES EXTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT A LECTURE — ON — WEST INDIAN



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MAI.W. JULY , IH1 -•I SI1W ADVOCATE L Research In The Caribhean 9 From |-*r 9 I EbbMH hail been vn\ fortunate within this i-Mturv to I U'o nto Within it^ fr.irtier* several highly specialised In TYimdad there is the Imperial College of Tropical Agrici.lii.ro. the Colonial MicroH % %  : Caribbean MethVil CentriHie lOmiminwf.llh Burea logical Control. [>, BMbeV natiirnlist rciearch stallon .it Arnna. ;md. the experimtntjl 1 aboralories oi Trinidad's industrial south. In other parts of the Caribbean. British and otherwise. Twentieth Century research has been equally served by such institution* H the Station dei Recherche* Agrouoniiquos a* Antilles el de la Guyane Francnise, the Institut des Fruits c Agrurnes Coloniaux Station Regicnale des Cultures Fruitier** de$ Antilles, the Strvice Metcorologiquc du Groupe AntillesGuyane Franchises, the Pasteur Institute (all of which operate In the three French Departments): the Netherlands Natural Science Study Group; the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Puerto Rico. .. vtrelaborate organisation: the U.S Rockefeller Foumi.itu n. the School of Tropical Medicine, Putrto Hico. the British Wen Indies Sugar Producers' Association and its local member association', the B.W.I. Ctntfaf Sugar Cane Breeding station. Barbados; the Central Cotton Station. Empire Cotton Growing IiFTrf \ SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC la Carlisle Bay programme is ofn n intangible — 1 : "true impact In the imp oi .inrnulturi. or health, or education, lit-, in th< i-nce of its Badlngl to tl % %  in geiMral. Unfortunately, the time lags betwe.n investigation and bnpkrnentation is often iich that the k.t.cr comes as .. v. Its origin:.! cause l< i The result*, at H MAT. h are tints often not recognised **',',,-,,,,., 'i ,22 earns a bad reputation ..s htart'•" %  w ..,.,, Mj ,.. in-the-eloui*m-*-actlc*l dream'"'*\ '' "-" %  U b>| M vT*,'i" N ^' ""':.' That this is not so. we only &-..--.,,%  .' have to remember the story ol ilr*"'*^,'""" Church Services \\<;iH w GOVERNMENT NOTICES **t*trc m John H. Bovell. The suga; authorities laughed at Parris in 1859; they blessed Bovell In 1900 whin the new cane van: tic with their bettor yields, saved them from bankruptcy as sugar prices toll. Research may nat solve all our problems, but it will improve our u production, our health, our cdu%  cation. In other words, rescarcti sp'll* a high standard of In in Lei's welcome and tupport it etta. achoniwt ...I1..1 .\ ... At ARBTVAI na Maria, sss •*•.< Biv — („..., M.,-nHw Afriif l>rfAHT\IBS y "Mii'v 4.aSS ton*. Cw lor SI VfeWtal A,.i • Seawoil ...... UM nr as. -1 MM %  a chiM( P m Sotona Kvmaona. I*......„„ iT Mini v Tiuwm MI > %  m lliUm %  w %  %  <. Maa> sas am s.M*inn U*M %  P m SonOat ^.-l*eol \\ p m Hi.. rUpiiun ; OS p n> %  Chaiinu.n Mr. %  paatta* %  % T r |BM -r %  %  i. R>v g. W. C a M*id I1EI-I-AH :: m H.-V S W C (JB> %  %  • P %  > Mi J Tudor •RCWSBUHV II M. WASHINGTON. July 25. Japanese sources said on Friduy —— that Japan will nsk for a rclnxii^?v rwui"" g, J' ; .i he "': "" U bM. on lb lr.d. with SB*! !" "'' .;' ,' he WK i Communist China when Wo InSSLi'S'itScSffS;^ !,^i lto h ;."i l e a f. k Ucv m "'""' opmem „ d Wolfarc Orr.nU.XJrSSnuuS. ,ho Uni. M SL .. , States. Britain. France, Canada. The strtss. It would seem from aiuJ j „„,' nwet ^ Uo0 ^ till on agncullo sl irt talka on lncreaBmf ^^.p. eration on export control policy regarding trade with Communist ireas, especially in the Far East "Japun is discriminated against n trade with China" a Japanese ofTUiul said. "Japan should like to placed on an equal footing h other powers." He .fxplaiiied that the jyatrlcN#I %  se trade with nhe ; 1 l "unknown" !" M. o( coconui """ Thov *" m ""•'" ' %  B o" KIKM d fot ''"<" %  vrry MJ U on banned goods %  %  To rn.nUon.nc work be,n g '?"Z"'^ "J^n "i^'C' SS No. only .,ro Ihew mvistUa" %  >"! NltlOM, he.raid and .hl lion. lr-ln to conquer rtle..e, f "" h m '•} f? v '"}"V T scale, and insects, but 1 %  K*tih Lassiar %  iSmST*** %  % %  w g. Do, ll lion The these names, i lural research. Rightly .. for j agriculture la the main economic basis for most of the archipelago, for some of us. our very existenceCrag* .in%  hvayi manaead by %  %  Hrots, sod '. i unneces withothcr nosssn W to remind ; West Indian "'„ "^".^''.K., raiding public of the threat of .„„,. ttM Mo, ale disease to sugar, of mainU-td CJPS l "' "" 0,,, jBhn Ml "" p " %  • BTMI4VS Gaum; smah M Km, i w„„,„. A iuoil Morri*. M Parh.r. W u..on : r >noaas, W, OassMaga Ml lifiip Umthwaile Si.nli at 3pm SP4VLI Rund.tv Aulul Jnl ISBS. 1 JO p in %  III rn* mriatnr. pi ..imrf IBM I'IODC Krv 1 U-triK. will pre-o-l %  '• ''' "' Vln*H M J br Ch*lim-n TlMli^ir, will perform MOIVVIU ItormCK STHKET S p n\ M.irrini •crvkf. PTrMlHr. Bet r • NN T p m Kvcniri* Ariv.nftrtwhrt Brv CHACr Mill 11 .i II* MAII.II.S *•• V4M, Ph>wli, ( Mr ,.,„,v nirt.r <; Oeoakti II ., AMY/-.S f>* r.\r//' W,7 %  ma jii !*.• "HHPI N(H OKK rt.,1,,. i • < Maiais rlintiri Silht or Drinii-I DraTU r. (*4ibl4> i CurrBiitv is. p in coupon., IH> 3 lo | I 4 10 Morion, BsrVIM M i*r\ E r. N. I p %  tVeaaag %  • %  r Mi i t; DMM % %  Kitv p i'-, iima • %  *••. ft !" "*! Mr D Culprpivr m •.-. 6MBI %  p '" l^.-nm, lei Mi f l>mt>* t*tOf> mi i Ipn RVtMaa rvir< HMMtl MIINODUT I in I II rat; At HIM. AIIOIMMI MS -i..li. Jal) nth, ISM BETHEL II am B* T i i %  •• T p.m. Mr V Plltrli DA.-' — Application* Hie invited for the post of Road Construetlon BHKMIeer. Pubii.WorkDepartment. St. Lueta. on a ihree-ya*v i with HKV in the seale $3 *• 2*0M.0 per anrmrn The applicant should fulfil the followlavg remUrer.'. i at QuaJMcd or have paaaed seetions A and %  of the Aaaociate Examination of the ln Should ps-**s J ''orklBg knowledge of road-maknig rxiuipment The rommeneing salary will . %  determined aeenrdlng to At | Hid (lualiftcitlons of he applicant 2 A temporary cost of Hvlng allowance at the rale of S3M pel .i-.iiuni will be payable The allowance i tih(eel to variation 04 withdrawal at any time S The dppolntee ill be required to keap a ear fo* the prop. performance of hi official duties and will bo paid a baste MMBlng iillowam-e at the rate of $192 pgf annum plus an addition >' allowance of 10 cents foi each nuk travolled on dtitv. 4 The appointment will hg >ub|eet to Colonial Regulations mid loetil orders in lorce and to taxation at local rates 5. Cost of passages for appoititoc and family (up to a max.nu.ii. of Si will be paid in rtrd instance and on completion of contract unless person appointed rcltnmii'.hc* appointment before expiration of contract in which case return passages will not be paid. R Applicants should furni-li full detail* of quallocations nn 1 experience, accompanied b" at U M (WD 'c-.timonialk and a certWlcat^ if medical nlness. and should be addressed to reach the Acting Admin* S4 l.neia. not later than 15th August. 1952 27.7 M-3n &f%  * OrWMI. things like roolstock trials, th control of pre-harvest drop, tho propagation ot new and better species, improvement of budding methods, determination of varieties suitable to particular conditions, citrus manurial trials. and the control of tree ants, all Japan in its limited trade with Red China—t'-P. VAUXJIAt. 7 p m Mr J i> ..I. BaSSSSSJ rut at JAMBS II a.m Malm. i and *€•-Mr q Jo. | .\1IONAI. BAPTI* FLOODS DRIVE WILD BEASTS FROM FOREST Listening Hour* •U'MlAY JULY -I. ISM M.i.d.1 CALCUTTA, India. July 25 %  ii wMrh win yield i-sulls In y/lld rlcphams and llgera, driv,"£ %  ." K 1-rm. ol monry lo Ihe cltru. ,„ from .he far-ate by llooda, ar m, TI. arow-rs. are boln, carefully 10 rrortzin the vllla-n In A.am. P "' *'" "ft ..i .-P""tr-n Uu.1 area ald on "g I flW-. %  These protect! i.re takinplaM friday. Heporta said that Vie ate, Jamaica. Puerto Rico, Sur. %  .'• %  N. 4 Uid-. 4 ift p m roi the CM S.in.lai |[ i %  II V.rdl, 5 4. jiiri mn. in am I i. i .. . I. %  l'i> ma. J pin Cumpan> Sibling. 7 |> n Mr. Malur t^ Mnm llHIOCETOWS* rKNTBAlII a 1 Molina.. M**it, 1 pm '..mpan. Mr.-i %  a-riirs Sii Cau t I > 1 ... *ri^ - 1 n .r. I .. a 1 IT.'.. r .i iv.*. CoaHPUO M-aMi...t> n. Salvntinn MIM-II-IB S. Sfil.il T aibh* 0WTTN 11 -.ni M,.i.ir. MerMi'S. 1 pm Company Mri-nna. 1 o in S-K. imp M-ellof. Uvulenant I DIAMOND COBNIR II Cum-tan M.|ir I..I,|..-. 1 ... K0I1 Mr-.ll 1.1 Montestruc of Martinique, have Tan1 ind-Up 1 Th* Nn i Britain T", ,U( l waiiimnue .nave J U W25. V.rdl. S IS p m PH.r Vtw^W all done leprosy research the Th children were d'ro^ed # u ( S n n O' th S'?: * t>"' results of which are available to _j ,-. _-___ „<-..„„ .4-^. T w p m WH h "'-"•*">. • II .11 l.or.i-.r 1 Or fUallaOaTl -a.-i.ik-. ,,IV1 l9 P ,r OTls missing after 8 LaMasW Ch-iic* 8 41 ,, m m. fo Uu .lli.MshVSimLsuL.. bu^n !" wh "e -'tempting'" Uiboratory. has made GeorW,n 1 0 l*r'chlnB her.-. Th. town safe from malaria, and his a f*?,* nl oetU" 1 ^ ""• '•>•• border %  "-• n rt wm .in-, methods arc there for others to oI s nalOB on the Pacific coast. jp „, „ IBlll JJ Hri(<| "T examine; the Pasteur Institute -.-"l-oru ssjld 31 parsons were ui Talk. 7 s p In Baiiadand s..,,-, has dona considerable work In 'he bus which swe|,: down the 5 ,;,,,„ ;-„"'"" • m A the French islands and Cayenne < 1V< T nd overturned. Nine persons 'ntm' Th rdiionai." ", •on tuborculciiiis, typhoid, rickettwore rescued by soldiers stationed Wrii To Tank. • 4.1 ,. >. sial diseases, fllaria and other nearby. Only the bodies of the ^ ' P "' T * "• illnesses. children were reco-.'ered. Man. 10 P m Montrn. The real value of a research —U.F. no p III. Hii.,d. PIE CC1RNFI1 It am Ilolo.a-.-i M*-l i>n. J pm Company Maetlnf 7 p n> atSl f a **r Ualoi J II. .1I "Kl-114. MNM I I".I I H.t-.l. al ( t.rl-4. -Wnll-I Krl4|.la-.ii. I Bfir Bar StMM. ti...ila-ra II a m afUl T p m 1 |> in A aVrvirr wharl* rlUOM Ti-.ll-no4-l.ra ol Ct ir tWaai StrNHAY JOt.V TI. lSU %  akbM al >wr--. TRUTH. Kal4n !> I John IS hi. Ill rnr lellaB I I MM Blhlr I il.O.aln.l-i-1-* OlyinpiK> MOiataTuoY couRsas SOB GENERAL CERTIRCATE cat EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL A HIGHER SCH CERT. r IO> Or-afc.au Taw. 21 Klua inlaa--M,-.l.-. I>WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD = ..! % %  (i l-'iil my Olid. I11I work. -I.lrh U10. %  -H* K la ik-.-ftBla.ro. by Mary BMihar l4. BMrH lit--. riBth, l*vr rftmbir.F ai 0--4-. and arc ihe Scriptural namea In Si. -vlad-an 1. wli* b no -mod 11. l*ul m PBS* r% DO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MO.tE QUALIFICATION? nr *,KI V<1 INTBataUTKO IN M\KIN*. UOBE MtlM-V? IF SO. ENROL NOW FOR ONI Ol I HI -I < OI'RSKS \--rliiu-c tm .1 IMouahUajp-d| ->.i"ll-rs Inpect4ir Course manahip Buildins and Deslan (iiui-ae UKS-I if Ml. Fire I IM Mrrh 13) Insurance Practice. Aiitomobll, HeD.lrm.n-. Si l' g '" Petrnlrum Trrhnolo-;v I l- in,1 in-1.,11 ,!,..„ UB| jfW "C 1 owrse. IVIrinx t'our-tc. %  1 -.in.il Ortltieitr (Miiw. tienerml ElectrU| KnginW \rccunUncy. eerlng 0*fM. V^Ldf llvil Service Fnlraiii-e Course. Police Promotion Osssffag 1 full particulars If General Certlllrate of Fdur.tlon Electrical Enfincer. Government Electrical Inspector's Depnrtaaaiit Applications i( mvite.1 for the vacant post of FIc, Mag] I %  Government Bactrloal iMpactor*! Department. lturhodos. 2. The post it. pensionable with salary at the rate of 13,760 |*-i annum. In addition a mm-pensionable i-ost ol living allowance of S15i per annum is payable. Holder will he lUtble to the payment ol %  VattoWfl yad Orphans contributions at the rate of 4*4 of salary No quarters are provided Passage expenses of officer and family imt exceeding fl.ttn are payable on first appointment Lgflpn passage. provided. 3. ApfKunlment will b, made subject lo medical fitness, and will be subject to the Colonial Regulations ;>nd the local Civil Service Regulation* and instructinn4 Candidates should lc under Ihe age of 40 years and shoul, possess the following qualifications: — Corporate Membership of the Institution of Khvtrical Eogin'"-. I-ondon, or equivalent quaIInotions, with nt least five year* experience in power electrical engineering since qualifying. B. The holder will lie required lo take charge of .ill clectrlcol iu^.ill.uions under Government control and be responsible for tinInspection of nil non-official installations. 6. Applications 'hould be submltteo to the Colonial BiCffCtar) Public Buildings. Bridgetown, not later than 12th August, 1052. 27.7.51—2H FOR SALE Tenders are Invited for the condemned Tug and Water Boat "Ida" j 2. I-englh 76\ Beam IB', Draught If (T 130 B HP, Coal burning two cylinder reciprocating engine 3 Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelope* add..to the Colonial Secretar" (and not to any officer by name) so In. l< roto-h the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than 4 p.m. on Frld;.. Qjg Ifftfa of August. 1952. The envelope should be clearly marked "Tender for Ida". 4. The sale of the craft will l>e conditional on its removal ttoai I the Careenage within such period of time as shall be decided upon %  by the Harbour and Shipping Master 5 Further information ll obtainable from the Harbour and I Shipping Mauler The Oo\or any lender. nment does no, bind ilelf lo nceopl the Igfljgsul 27 7 32— SII. Wntc 1 UM Caribbean Educational Institute P O BOX. 307. P.O H Trinidad Aic-mfor BRITISH INHTITUTE OF ENO TECH. A BRITISH TUTORIAL INSTITUTE. LONDON THERE IS NO TOMORROW POST corroN TO FO BOX 307. po.S. 'id 1 Nama Subjet of Career of [ntasasM AJ POBT TODAY' MT'S HERE!! PAINT REMOVER i pt Tins — 83s< 1 pt Tins — $1.55 %  %  Our Address u 1ST H.OOK BAKNKS BUIaJMNO RRIIHll: STRIIT Our Trlrphone No. rrinains und our P.O. Box No. !" t !" zi HARDWARE SUPPLIF5 RICKETT STREET (Opposite Post Office) PHOKE 4918 J T '" |N,T '<> BKITISI! MSUEANCE t () LTD) DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Appllmtions are Invited from teachers ..rvd other 'iiilnblv qUfiliilc.l paffsjefu fothf vnraney at SI Miiiitn.i.. Qgali School 2. The minimum qiialHtcntion for entrv to the teachln | i' .1 BchjOOl Cerlitu .ite 3. Applications must rxMibmltted on the appropriate forms (E.35 () winch may be obtained from the Department of Education jut candidates who have alre:i -m Hie ^liifT of :mo!h< school must inform his or her p nt CttgOftaaU B| Igalnatflin and tin Head Teacher of an application for such a MBgffgt 3. All applications must be inclosed in envelopes marko' 'Mfjpotnfuienta Hoard in the top lefl hand corner und muni reio I the Department of Fduuitlon by th August. IBSJ. Candidarca n.. WaVRgfJ fhnr (aUlsgaatfoal ">au tvnrt fo (heir dli|iia(irlcafloii. 37.7 52 -In BE TUMI TY— SHOP AT G.W.HUTCHINS0N&C0..LTD. i-'nr Ih-stSpiTinl I„ti #, ,,, s in HOUSEHOLD HARDWARE %  WZc f*fl#f .%• WITH REDIFFUSION FOB IH I II II I ISM MM. OaV it nl Trafalgar Slrvrl. \''-"-W'.-s.-*s.-.-.-.-s, •ss.'.:'s.'.:::'.:::::;'f,'ssss'S,:' 7-P1ECF. DKCOBATKI) I ni..11.1.1,Sr| Sl -3.K Water Ju-. aoch .41 We beg to notify the public that as from -•Hill .11 IV. IJI.,2 I unit I, %  < "M kl.lils K.'l. 1:;. i il Bolllcs !< %  <... .1. .1 Turn birrs Mlainlns Fork. Knlvrs TablSpoonv tips it Kaur-rs PL.I.s |.nip| ll...... r IMshes Fry Pan. Sau-rpans (Milk) rarh I i.illl.-l Pols SAVING CAMPAIGN up D. L. JOHNSON G. W HUTCHINS0N & CO.. LTD Broad Street DIAL 4222 Han Intareitln* for Ladien ond GaBtlameii Bavin v. ut: N. E. WILSON & CO. mi Satnrd .'i.ih and continulnff foi ONE WEEK ONLY. :, -real Dollar-living Campafffn. Thara alH be a huge amortmenl of real barffafiu ealeulalad lo ulve dollari in youi puna Um JUT |.i I ., I.u ill' iiiir 11 .1 MR LA lillS Usually N.. w Flowered 1 Figured Sp IIM pei <4 %  II ,. :w, TaffeU I ii i.i. .. 1.51 i.2n Sli PIW .. i.on 72%  SIIIIII 'Ill 80r .. (flffurad) .. I.S6 l.S !• lowered I l u MM I.2II Silk Shantung In" wide .. ,. 2.2S ZOO Ribbed Oeorffette 3.1B 2.90 Flowered Crepe -.MI '' • 1U "." u Ida .. ,. 1 .CM 1 in. Plain Spun In many ihadei 1.09 I OR GEMLIMI X Spurt Shin. In Plaid .1. I, \eb %  :.:\l Saa [aland A Bgj ptian Co Shirtby Klii.. ( ; 78 | :,, Regal Dm si tin 6.00 1.41 i,> l.ui; 1.00 en , 7S S AIo .I irable and >tl | ; unbeatabl. X R-tBMlber, the.bargaina are offered for ONLS J ONE WF.F.K, and you are adviaed to .hop at N. E. WILSON & CO. the Ultra Modern Store, and let your DOLLAR Yield more CENTS 31 Swan St. Dial 3676 S aaa-i v-^v-^vv-.-.-------.-.-.-.---.-.-.-.•.-,• %  •,•.-.-. t



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I'W.I sl\ili\ SUNDAY AIVIM ATI -I Ml \Y. .Ill Y L'T. 11V! Parent-Teachers' Da; At St. Silas Girls* School i a1 St. Silas Girls' School eoti joined Un EfaH Spencer. i nlnjl the welfare of their children Ap.. i led ihe IX'partment of I' 1 ., tbaldt, Dt'puty Director i %  %  Mr. O 'anatelhi n( V. H -ted as Chairtnan. Included oa the pros. of Undrear much appiau** ii.ni ihr audience: I bad won p. Izcs at tinging Competition. H .,:i Exhibition of CAUGHT IN BEAR-FACED ESCAPE PLOT n Ok? Iir.ll I l/VI Mr. 1 S. Mil k.ll The dejtlh occurred on tllUn> MaaiC .ifponsiblc ,,,,,,., _J • A L. Robinson. Assistant Taeeh.id appealed la PMg •'.IT co-operation with ttM MChtn, as B meant of furthe. L a Headmistress Report r B The HeadnsJatreai then tave %  i, r her report*. After waloajnlng the ID parente she ra m l n aad then thai Daren weninato reapon%  ii>ih'.>. thai they owad to 1 training and a good luiittiuii to lit them Tor life. She Mil the importance Of UN parent d taacbari ling out the riinTcultiiv %  ickv Irk CM KTHIK French Battalion Repels Red Assault FRENCH TROOPS holding "T. Bone Hill" 1 rive Western I rawnind Chinese Communisis m %  battle thai choked French bunk%  ith Commui.isi d. .id Thfl hard-flRhtlni battalion, which has won more l %  ward! than any other U %  unit (A iti size in Korea, counted more than i!00 Ri C* of 600 ordered to seize their nil. ualties 64 were killed. 1!>0 wouiuied. Chinese Ordained In B.C. 1 v %  ACK IN THEIR CAOI at the Highland Park Zoo. Plttiburgh, are the polar beam above after iupposedly tr>mg to dig their way out to freedom through • passage under the sidewalk. Attendants became suspicious when they noticed the animals huddling around one bear He was discovered digging away while the others acted as "lookouts." At left, Howard Hayes, assistant superintendent, crouches In the 10" ''" %  •%  :% %  • %  %  %  "' %  '' '' % %  End Of Steel CWppled Killer Strike Near %  a,, - wl ln M*-.„# mel UN. portion*, blocking the lift rOlitltU I* / /\f'SI DB gateway on 1'ic 1:. raula t<> Boutfa K From this JI> UM Qu noao hurled a battalion at the French Leaving the Island on Friday unit The attack, which be:an la 1 b%• B.W.I. Airways for British ab"ut two a.m. on Thursday, was Guiana ri %  < nd H. W. (IF coded by 2.000 rounds .-f aridR bee hren appointle.-y and mortar exph Aaatatant Curate of Si Philip-. Church Georgetown, and will be ordained Priest today at Si. George's Cathed r al by the Lord Archbishop of ihe West InMONTHF.AU. July, 25. WASHINGTON, July 25 Oaaaweiu. Huesl 54 year old fhL The longest and co*tlic*t steel enpled v-itehmaker from Ugbac second rtivisi. satnled %  both brUw In tht 1 ':• n ."tday „t Korea's bloodiest battle* 1 trUer? ( .f the United S try Division la K enrh battalion is c.tught the ChbMaa attackers on I Bul .1 large (area of Chinas! .'. %  rlra and ie %  I'.e French bunkers and fOUghl Ino United NaU oi troopa hand to hand, One French poaltl* ix men was ovcr.un briefly, bul French troopers, wmr ol Hum wounded, fougnt with rifle butts knives, bayonets, and tl ta. They drove the Reds down ihr alone Eighth Army Identified the veteran of tome the a* v. .. An old Harrisonian and son of Mr. J. P Hil.-v. I her of %  oaceeelh iiov School, and Mrs. Riley, Harold, soon after his graduation from Ct-ilnngton Colline | s :u>u mil v pointed on Ihe, I Staff of Kl ...;e. Jamaica. where he ser\'eil until eighteen If0, when lie returned to Codrtngton College to taka B0I3 Hi hai |UH been success,. ful In his Honours Theology Exlior fights. Thunder -xiowers "ininatinn. hampered the Fifth Air Force, bul ...*'. cidos and longer In school and 111.1 be ei ,. I 1 strike Huest was convicted on Decemthe planes were able to mount % 'H West Indk Mi r.nktt ifiid idle In tthe district and that inou*_ ,„, „ ht i'„„iiniUee acted, "r IB, 1950, of the murder of 22nurc than t.000 sortie* intainst UM , '^,4',. JOMS u 1 miuc.i L. T. V than would join the Old Murrav was expected lolsaua an yaar-Old Mrs. Rita Guay. klllfl communist supply transport and * 4 ixiwtn WIIKISlodiea Scholars' Asmbnawdiate raturn-to-work call to *''h 22 others when ihe airliner tioops positions. The navy also ^ j"''' .„',,,„.„ n thai i>. unique ba auomio v.orke. B in ihe basic steel aha waa travelling in blew up in sent sweep* of earriei 1 %  | SHEER BEAUTY! NYLON HOSE CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10,11,12 & 13 Broad Street with Shadow TOM nnil ll.-.-u In ikadx ..t T,.II %  DW, Bwtol Spur mid BWM lllml: SOCKS for Children from blara |i 1. ID lovely rotoun and White of ihe game. iii QuabflCa Bi/arro unit engaged in Ihe m %  11c murder case in 1MB. light for "Old Baldy" and "I :ing from TuberBone*, vital hUJa wait of Chorwoi of the bones and unable in Ihe'home and at school. She n^^fin and to-dajr a theC.LO rtanea of ,-„.„„., ,, ind potntad r imnil „,„ ys.but his chief conollt (l ,„ H W11 .. Vl y nmch llv U( • hers to deal with the well jKieement reached at the WhUa to walk without support, was Along the rest of ihe fi-n. in trainad child. Finally she u„ uw | H t e yesterday between tekan In | athaeJ chair from hli patrol found action, bul in article m ihe Sport racexpressed the hope that the Philip Murray and call to the scaffold in Montreal's no fc, 13 children would continue yja^ s „.,| Praaldeat l'.-nj;.i..m FtUTBordeaux jail children and being lit %  i which one .... Bull at it moment's notlco thail n 1 of unaldaai Ci ickal 11 the V,< -t Indies, which KingMr. E. C. M. 1 1 (Jamaica ii3>. xpr aaaad iieasure at %  ,.,MV parents present Mr, L T On auiraij ihe ^u^at.y w ,.,, oa mM-alr naar Quei>ec portancc of parents training slrlk , ,,, • w hen they He manufactured ihe time walked out minutes ;ifter the hornb which shattered the ;iirples for Bhem in the home gu-Jffl , .. , ,, f|—<-.p. Th.Hii-.niiU Truman'.reiiurc of the industry InVso waa unconstitut10n.1i r -, a—g. ^.A, Tent ol the dispute came C.A. /WlOtlHMUIOI lly lale yesleidav aHal aeninrt the same targets. —U.P. When your BACK ACHES... • -Z\^f]Zt ESSS-S-' *V Soon Return | BgS^w,^ JUKI OtlCKKT: Aral tour ol Ino West Indies Crickind of Secondary Education ket lei-m 1886 to 1 |hd blcJi would start at the two new U.S.A.; the fornnhon „f the Wmf pilot schools for pupils of 11 i Indies Cricket Board 0/ Control '' Huhmond Gap and advised the First Local .md |>arenU to make *ise of those Cups, the Formation of the Barschoola. badoa Cricket Association and a host of other valuable data, not lo be found if at all i„ any one%  vork in Ihe W. |.„i!i;,]| t. aP %  Umony of the hlrh stan... . %  *\ 2^i^2 ^f^ whIcfi lhesc Indians Howl Out gentlemen obviously brought to paar upon to what must ultimately have been a labour of tove sons. Mr. Birketl laavna to mourn their loss WIi if', d Birketl nd daughb 1. Hi Ql idvi Wafer, M '' M %  \ room near Trumiin's While Huus.' offlce. —C.P. DANCE To Egypt War of Words Surrey lor 71 Tun; n OVII Own Co*ra*onaiiU IXJNDON, July 26. Lock, Surrey and F.ngl; B-HH rffsusAca^uvjt landad, Mrs. \. s. Hntaon The death OCCUrrad .it her resiI idoeer, Brlttona Hill, on Frtday-ol Mn Alice Sarah iiubcnn addowofafy Francti llutson late pearcd in the last Test at Mi i he u i was no-balled for throwing three times in a match tgainai Iba Tourists at the Oval today. Spectators booed Price and Lock, %  earnlngb puzzled, spoke with the Surrey Captain, Peter May. bcfon bowling his next ball. Altogether It was an entertainShe was M crowd who saw the Indian pate Mrs. Hnu,,.. ... .. „ ..„ bowlers Divei-ha and Ramchand JSZhtor %  Burrej rot 71 Dtvaei 2B iDcludln. the hat trick waa %  %  rouajht up %  % % %  -. v %  Ian ii idltion, aha r1 in publU life but itev< ted nil h to the rearing ol £ %  il "" wnCM of six aom and two daulhten Surras wlckel tor 19. tteae wan M Hutaon .' gnd Hon Frank ii. Legislative Council Her funeral iltan tad bj :. large gathering, look mel* Cathrdi i uftarnoon. To hei n-Litue II le exl.nded rhallrimi I s.,, i, • 'or i inciuuuiK me tniiu.noi it hpj iri;..Whl „,, h „ r | i,ker ind i d .. to. a if "M P adaai tl %  %  .-.i through Man)rtkar < %  *+' and i ($7) to Rain linn in. lead of 108 and in the ClOl rhe in -t bahUru of tin by Cyril Poola who made 219 ou. totiil of 337 auainti Darby, n waa hin HOOO4 doubla Cantun <>f Ihe season. LONDON, July 25. The British Foreign Oflice an-1 nounced on Friday night that Sir ( Rulph Stevenson, Ambassador to, Egypt, would probably return to In the next few days". The decision was made after extensive talks during the afternoon bet w een Baavanaon and Foreign Secretary, Anlhony Eden who is rwuperallng in the country from • illness.—U.P. "Flying Suiat't-rfl" Over Chicago CHICAGO. July 25. Univorsity of Chicago scientists gra way ihaal ..f "roing saucers" reports they started drifting in Friday. The University sent a 25 balloon cluster carrying equipment ( aiomic research into the • r KM kbodi f Jim. Whta ll>' •! sat ol •f.lrr. r, ..I ,-lt am) Miwwn % %  !*! ili) m llw iiilrm. Then WhadM. hei^Mhc, rtwumitum. duludwd real *r thai tirvd owl' flwi( loan Ulow To m>h> itm •"*• ".rk ptowrll and lo harp lham in [aod u'lln u.r IMd'a kidn ? 1Mb I >,-!.! K.Hn.i Pill. <|ui. r and ..m..:. Than you la*l battar laak ball*. -k batter v*d -on ara raadi In .Un. wrih |o* In.i.l an Ihr (rnuana lledd'i Kidnay PJIt in lha blua packata -illi the rrd innJi (Ml. I al all -In.. .1 .r,. JJ4 Dodds Kidney Pills On TVr^DAV SIOltT i.. ISU \i -M.ii i i. II i \ ,r\n asaiTiao. si. i.m-. AIIMISMOS .\ a ; %  i/ UuaV a If I B. HUOHM OI.I.--0. J PKrRKSHMENTS ON SALE l"-nJ Blix Iran| , MR 4 V'/lWiV,VaV. • A GRAND DANCE I ^ HMan < AlillON Tt now j* *rl! KIKHIII < hnkikn-i. t .it I %  "•" I II 1 Ml.lll '" -' %  "I I m SRALT .nrll At I). ggN S IM K UOI RB M..NI. .1 Ml.lll ITH II I 1 I'.' "I"N — 1/Mo.l. b> U. C II aO S Ml %  m ags : ... .nd liltimt Younaif A GRAND DAM! ','-'-'.'-'-'.'---'-'-*-*.'-'-'-'-*,*,--'-*-*-*Tin bu '. uiifi i.. balloons will allowing, etiulpment tk to lha earth. The flight tde lo check theories that component of cosmic rays ting the day and night. —U.P. eventually •" fbtmdaiion Old Bays' Association the At the montl I held last i elded that | Social wi.ld be held at the Boys' Foundation School on August 29. J All Interested ,ild boj laltl full particulars %  bout thii aoetal frorn etthai of the follOWlni members— ii (, H.iMie. Woodatda, Maxwell Hill. Christ chmeh, 1. J. '• ... -_ tnr King, Vermont, ronubatla (TeleYoikshire 37 for phorM No 1400) P M OFelcl (lemrrst Maxwell inn oi (i o Somerset I Labour Department. Telephone for 33. St OR FRO Alt D— Indians v Sarrrv 71 and 19 for I. Indians 179—I-oader S for 6.1. Ileiby vs. Sol's Notts 3*"Derbv 17 for no wickeb. 1.1..in-.nin vs. aaan Ql imorgan 353 for fl. Lancashire v (iloiierstcr i tar 266-J. Crapp 101 II.nU vs. Warwick Warwick 109 Canninga for 86 Hants M rat I Samrx vs KMII Kent 302; Uflon 119 Ml 0M1 Sussex 21 fot DO wfcfcOB) Worcester vs. I.elces rt I lt es',er 3til f.-t Bi Palmer 12.1 Vorkihlre fa. Middlesex Middlesex 2:<> L-.lie Comptor. A MItl six-footer, Chicl Yeoman John F. Koval standi Iwside the Gramophone Concert at B.C. There will lie a gramophone j IK-SlUt llio unit m.i. -v m %  ••~p" i ^ rickets. Narakel —F. R. Brown 7 Northants MS for 5. vive at all. year's record of the truce talks Korea. The doevments contain every word spoken since Ihe armistice sessions began on July 10. 1951 at Kaesong The tiles weigh •bout 500 pounds f International* SOU, CONSERVATION IS KKY TO FUTURE tg ,i r Svdnev recently • i Jmin Northeolt, Go %  New South Wales, said that ,ooaervatlon of soil \>.' Vital problems of the world today Ha mid that the raai "f the Ifld I had begun with soil erosion, and n i-i i.i happen anywhere. Th's nun rttoQ of soti ero (ifTlculty of re-alforestatlon and i.iher |ii..liliri,associated with Ihe land must be tackled if future generations were to surWhite Park, on Wednesday. July ^ 30lh. at 8.IS pm. The programme) %  m hides:— Kawslhorne — Street Corner' rverture. Warlaek — Caprlol Suite. Vaughan William. — The Lark Ascending. William Wallun — Symphony. %  cirnr HINIIS a MIM i a MI. i. Al lhali raaidriii'* BIACK ROCK rni KHOAV ii i v it lav? ADMUStON — .1/W.V/,V--.V//'//.V//'V'V. 1 'J DANCE THK TRIO'S DANOI — held by — M III'.AND TIIK BtiYS At Ql'FKN'S PARK. FRIDAY NIGHT, 1st August, 1952. Music by The Swirl* I hm Diimi i Served ADMISSION 2 1Buuvas In aid of Slrallulyde Tennis Club I CRANE HOTEL on Saturday, 2nd August TK KKTS: :-: $1,041 13.7.02—311. .','-' .'.'.',;'.• .;:','.•*'.• WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY Rainfall from Codrtngton nil Total Rainfall for month to daw 2 72 ins. Temperature73 5 'T. Wind Velocity 11 miles per hour Barometer (tt a.m.> 30 01f> (11 a.m.) 30 010 TODAY SnnrUMK ft.48 a.m. Sunset: 620 p.m. MOOD: NSW. July 21. LlghUng: 7 00 p.m. High Tide tt.ft3 a-m., 7.28 p.m. Low Tide 1249 a.m.. 1258 pjn. — AT — T1IK BARBAIMtS ,\|| A 11( cum I Local and Vinitini Members tknlyl. Through the couiti The llrilish (oui nl ihciv .ill be a FILM SHOW in M Ballroom on Wednesday Jal> 30th. al :ti p.m. Progt-iiunc kncludea BRITISH NEWS; THE IlKllHJE OK TIME, showi of Ihe Tr.. I Can nuMuaa of England; THE OREBf OIRDLE, (London's Parks and open spnees) and CHKKET. Members are invited. N.B.—There will be no shows, after Ihis umil September. riilrr tiniC. OODIIASD Her a Man. COIHIAKD IP aid ..f l^ r.H IIAVtN UAV Nl HS|'.tlV .-.-A..I \i'.. („rl.l Chvrrk Al llir VOUfMTBBa i;i I. llAI-L Oa IRIII.AV I.i Air.i'sr. IVSI -III.-IB, .1 • a m ln.il pt'tmualon of (ha Co. MMM<" %  • l*il* I to**'" 1 "' .11 i H SHLE WORKMANSHIP AND QUALITY SUITINGS You Surely Musi I v, nl.on P. c. s. & CO. 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ESTABLISHED 18J5 BARBADOS t V ft 1952 PRICE : SIX CENTS KING FAROUK Military Take Over The Royal Palaces Ex-King's Six-Month Son Rules By Regency (Bv WALTEB COU.INS1 CAIRO. July 26. King Karnuk tbdkCted OH S.iiui '..\ ;.' Ihe dcm:uui of ihe Egyptian new "strong man" General Mohammed NaRuib Boy. The Km, agreed to leave the mutiny The new King it WU announced, will bo Farouk's baby son Crown Princ" Ahmed Fuad. born to him and Queen Narriman last January 17. It Is expected that a Regency Council will bo named to rule in Ahmed's name until he becomes of ae. The Sl-ycgr-old King, prepanu 10 flee on Saturday evening by yacht—the fabulous yacht in which he spent his honeymoon with lii-vear-uld Namman. General Naguib in a statement to the nation said. "Today is a day of action". Hf called on people to control their emotions. London heard Cairo Radio saying that Naguih personally made a broadcast statement saying he asked Farouk to abdicate in favour of his son and h arouk agreed. Naguib said he asked the King to get out ot the country by 6.00 p.m. and that Farouk agreed to that also. It was reported in Cairo-thai Farouk was preparing to leave the country by 6.00 p.m. ____ Wild cheering broke out in Shortage Of \urse$ At Caura Sanatorium Cairo when the news of tl cation of the fun lovlnu King was oroadcast bv the official radio. War prunes started sweeping low over the city. Fnrouk reached Ihe end of his reign in Alexandria. the summer capital on the Mediterranean coast. The first news of the d.ama came in a report from Alexandria that army troops had broken into Farouk's Rashline Palace after a claih with hi* bodyguard. The Mossadegh Will Discuss Compensation TEHERAN. July 26. A semi-official MKIFCP MM Saturday that during jrg Interview between Mossadegh and UN MIMISII Charge D'AfTauv*. George Middlcton. the IVrsian Prime MnMer Indicated he would be prepared to dfcMUH 'ii to be paid to the Anglo-Iranian Oil Coat) le was alio prepared to let tlv *." in * co,on >' — 1 should say, >• Troops here .... opcratoU under ordsi %  by General Mohammed Naguib rVv new "man of destiny", who engineered the coup four days ago and put Independent Aly Moher Pasha into office as Prcinur. Maher and Naguib conferred in _. Alexandria on Saturday morning. t m [„ r and then Maher went to Rashtine Scheme mor"The probthat RUrSN 1 II ^..rK." Ur. nrr nol Seer Urtch mlded. LAND SETTLEMENT Ol the $500,000 grant which Trinidad Is hoping to get from the Colonial Development and WelI'lmiiiii Mo*HAm.c.n degtl r-ince renppnfntnieht irx I*remie r talked two hour-, with the Persian statesman and later Land Settlement described the meeting as most than half is earfriendly. He called on Mossadegh Palace to sec Farouk It was remarked for roads, bridges and at the Premier's request, ported he found the Palace nn>' W atet supplies, During the past week All Iran rounded and its doors barrtcated < The grant Is being held up by has been combed for Ghavam He got inside with difficulty, reColonial Development and Wef-iwno is sHU ports said, nnd Pound Farouk in | f arc because it is the Comptroller reports said WHIN TINSION MOUNTID at the GOP ..invention In Chicago, the antics el Marcelino Rorasnl, s Puerto Rfcen alternate, provided ihe delegates with a welcome break. After lh tl -c-mart delegation had voted In favor of Taft hackers. Rinnant breaig) t down the house by demanding %  polL When Ihe poll was taken, I'w.-.i further coir, i.l-ed (he gathering by voting for Elsenhower iVpporlers, (International) Argentina's First Lady Eva Peroiia Dies At 30 IV ENOS AIHKS. July 26. Senora Eva Per.in the trtfe of President Juan Reran, died at 8.25 p.m. on Saturday. Th*' announcement of her death followed a series of medical bulletin*, describing her condition as "very senous." The latest said she lapsed into unconsciousness. Senora Peron. Argentina.-, first lady, underwent a major operation last November and has been declining. steiidilv line*, Her aiie is BlVen ofDcialle as i'ti Amei cm A % %  • f ia "' v conlroveralal woman, had Allies Walk ;TJ. --^ rf~v#eT^a ftl1 ""' Presideni Peroa Out Of Korea' ^"S^" n iS l ^"SiJSjS& Truce Talks MUNSAN. Korea. Jul> tft Allied negotiators lodeU ISCI I (( a protective group of | )H -oductivltv" of HICM' ltemi [ted aU its envoM In the neighnaval officer* in the garde* m PARCEL POST mm countries to contact relelooldngthe Medlternm een. rvn x ,K.,,A eovernrasnti t., inform the J^JSS^l^^^^^y^^ "'" Mltrl-PemJi Government when a f twstrtj %  gWH^Hj o n m ',: ( Minister o( Works.Ghnvam arrives evsunw strmu' PHrtlclueiUOB m Ihe i ountry 1 fTiihs and to resiinn' contlOl of *r many phllaiithmpie* end Idlxiiir Uni"ii /ii tivitie.i, but she public appetiruiice-4 and trnt tittle (In c t btf i Oi %  lr the Labour Depart m ent building where %  i Sp H'kmaii nnd %  •will tear away the %  %  %  irty, the party <>f the ft %  Sparkmari ho wpporti I Ben %  I lfll-M'll of < .< 1.1 nonunation said he %  %  I n UM iiekel Truman Says Democrats Must Win back confer with Naguib. reports American Ambas&adoi -i '' CafTery called on Maher to discuss the crisis, Caffery like otbei Ambassadors. King nnd Government make their neadq Alexandria during the oppressive summer hent In Cairo. Reports spread swiftly that Naguib insisted on amending the Egyptian constitution and UUP Farouk refused. U was reported Caffery told Maher that the United States would be pn guarantee the safety of the King if he left the country. A bulletin received from Alexandria said the King sin there in his yacht Fapd H Bihar and that he intended to g<* t" the United Mates. Th* Americsn Embassy had no confirmation of this. Disturbing; Kiimnurs NP.TUI* has been disturbed by mmouis that the navy cruising in # On Page IZ and Communication*. C, G. Fol%  sttrO* aeral, A. Shin. Comptroller of Custom* and Excise, gift parcels will be opened to future before the eyes of the recipient. This follow, numerous complaints of pilfering. Also Studied %  '! ths wnference were measures tr> improve the efficiency at the Parcel Post DerarrtrAant anri| U) prevent pilferage. Additional may he posted at Parcel Post Department August 2 A Public Holiday In J'ca in their country —U.P. Rear-Admiral Melzel Dies WASHINGTON. July 26 Rear Admiral Jeffrey Mattel, SS who commanded a diitroyei division in World Wur t died ol Saturday from a fractured skull. Medical examiner. Frank Brosehart said Meucl plunged a Japanese Samurai sword into his ab•timeti then jumped trom the window of his home In Chevy Chase. Friend* said the Admiral who retired in !tU* after serving in the office of Naval Inspector of Materials, had been suffer-r / from a heart condition.—U.P. OTtwn Our O*" • %  nr'.iwytidotili KINGSTON. July 26 The Govern..!. Sn Hugh Foote. B ituraay, August 2. PUblk holiday m honour of Rh den'i victory In ths m fnasrei < Thursday and his showing in Jamaica's team. The decision of the declaration followed a cable of congratulations sent to the Jamaica teem, and money by the Governor people rnd the Jamaica newsparound tables, luncheon suggested by the land evening parties. Mayor of the City. Qflataste "Varsitv Holdb ViiiMi;il"':;lkOn Foreign Policy HAMILTON. N.Y July 26. Colgate University opens it* fourth Annual American Foreign PoUe) Oonrersnos on Saturday night with eight foreign ambasMng the speakers for a nearly week-long conclave. More than 200 delegates are expected; hear the Foreign Policy stand* uf the Republican and Democratic platforms analyzed by the rcpreeaatatrres of the two parties. Hum" Wrong. Canadian Ambassador to the United States speaks at the opening session, and is expected to discuss CanadianUnited States relations. Other ambassadors who will speak at various sessions include those from Australia, Pakistan. New Zealand and Puerto Rico. There will be •sssioa He said: "If you h.ve unyt %  can say it to our Ilia walkoui ended open session at Panmunjon in %  ska Eighteen <>f UM r. cord mcetmi; since July fulled to bo ih the deadlech om how I.. (XI h.. key obstacle to an Arm Tokyo Gen Mark Clark. Supreme Allied Commander, said the closed sessions failed lo produce results W(| kept in t.nich with events by i. %  phj i %  Her last public appearance .mie in June 4 when she was at side during his inauguration fa ssc o i %  'iy thiu. Me, OSS %  % %  • Uar/aphlc faes bad hrunk and • %  I.I.MIII.,1 lie. IIII. %  news i>f her Bt KlUS] decline fold.wet grid '' I because the Communists re/used I wmr ''"" *• "f/ '•*" %  ""'" K to recognize the inescapable fact,"* ^ v T k s t hc "fe max** that a lar E ' percenuge X the for ** JJ" were e'ebreted Communist prisoners refuw d lo I*" 0 "'" u ashiaUj nude. so back lo their form. \ "' %  POO. repi p. Oi rnkm soot q to the Church ^. i ii %  4 '" '"" '' % %  %  ,l "' clock for her i •h*U Mr ''^ III l>." .1. \. > uiue In her ~ honoui .i < to the ompany's orj;.ii Ba rb ado and streettve i gust I. Mr. Percy Taylor, present manager, will assume 'I %  Speci.il Reprr*< ntStlve I! OJt.l I! W I A i. %  I Public ItMr Oliver Johnson the pn ent Assistant Manager, will • eeed Mr. Taylor as Branch M. ager. Barbados ( HICAGO. July. 26. President Truman told a < lie* ing DemiH-ratic convention ear-y to-day that he is going t., "take my coat off" ..n,i possible to kMlp OesjarslOI A.II i Stevenson capture Us House. "Tlii.s in my opinion. the greatest Democratic conven tinn ever held" he laid V have stood by the prin. || the Demon.in Partj pjuly. "You have nominated a u inn. i for the next Presidrnt Df the United States. You n rc going out from this Convention much slrun,t** tn Si' wnwn yo a-sre ns. UW1 -hp— sing rrnrn notes, the Fre„dent said. "One of Ihe things tli.it Impressed me, and I watched Convention en usk vhJoi great wealth of ability we have the Democratic Party. I don't know of any lime our party hud man % %  Had | lot ,.f good men erstlc Psrty. Il is h a choice on the i i Isaden Hut nor ehotcs i we can .di as) oeiimd Wr an bound to win thai el Not i nt a DsBscsaral nventlon ii i bil.Vlelphi.. I a ,,, VII.-UM ii.nkh v and i re solna '<> wii in I1M8. Then are people who di< %  % %  Thay tun i i ksliina you a that Adlui Btevensoq win in 1952. This i tremendous row from tl "Wc win win m ios'2 in? same waj am won In 1040' hi pledged "And I '-iv (.. you SOI going i.i do ev< i %  to make us win." Then he brought laughs and chuckles when lie said A lot •( people can't understand why th Democrats-keep on winning else i . %  ., tryinc to flsjUrs 0U1 WTlSl it go* the Democratic party %  1 %  parted .;,. reason because the Dem i i and part\ ttlves Ihem the Idj 11114 "U11 sii-veuson npaalu %  BUrvi n % %  , %  ., %  thi and wls. %  rtoi th ers' pai t. pai i\ overyono". He who nominated htm .. h 1 11 %  i • will ix' .i 1 %  ipturs the White House th.it ihe Ihopi and the ail rasped upon to n UrsSOOghl Honour ek tho bonoui whli h but ih it i 1 1 should have pref< those words I.... , Fnmi \tt IJuiirtvr* : Convicts Vi ill Get An Annual Holiday CaJasjaSH Under new penal rea Bombay Stato are to he allowed an annual holiday outside prison unless r robbery wttl ence. Pennistion to smoke and r Oil are other "IIS. Vlrlltnita: Several boys at N. th Technical Hlsh %  %  '.Fl .1 iperl [rrei I all apprentice bo bad been appreni cad Inee laws wets twelve, ant thathey went lo school only to rest. Merlin Berlm's oldest man. Herman Laebc 98. this week %  hawed tdrthday callers papers i< 1 1 ive that ii* father was bora m i:n6. weaaksSsrtera Kighteeu stona -lack Leonard, appearon, in %  stugp ,how of a Wsshmi 1 onvalesced his %  Ith [*ea sot ..no Place of n I nosri for you -the will never occupy Washington. They just couldn*. afford to ive hart I'srta: A workman who fished u llca ss from tha s. hVa found it crammed with 100,000 ith of American bankn %  %  T %  —. .bout £40.000. But 11.ii that they were f"i 1 1 if thrown away by member a of an international forgery sang during a polu. Ihre< months ago. New York: A talk ng road is bains planned by New Jersey. A 1 rip of scored concrete Will IHlaid in Ihe ,>.-ntre and a mg on to it will set up huts that drivers will bo n Meat right • iff the read — or rnaytS %  1 %  -•• to 'he wrong side, RjiKtKtti: Hencerorfll local l raMflSi Will play the national anthem at the I'immencement of a performance to compel the %  UdKs W ee to stand to attention i .N.nl % %  ( iT-.kinu a rush for th" %  n Ihe inthern is played SI the end o' a pn>gramme. If 1 I on fan p 1 L 'A.'***',;;*,* f ', v, yfxMrrynhotv Expectetl lien* lor flonforencn r.ltKNAll.V July 26 lion T. A. Marryshow flies to Barbados tomorrow to Join Norman Manley and Grantley Adams m what Marryshow described as ... i. D on I ertaln matters of m Importance**, llair\%  1 ow dot i'"' "' rolgWoa I", I.I,,.,,, '-" i "'I. "We Aires, prolkshlv on Mav hav ^">.OO0 jobs. The hlghe.l 1MI0 In recent years %  het l v n standards in hi.tory. As for that she was bom hi/" 1 itspublieans, they come forth OlafaX) that helperl last,""' 1 '•> '" ^'M the proH-. mm to] t^-oi.Mng ( ,,,l ^ h, y People w-11. the) ire it Vice Prostdent for which the'" %  '" "" %  m age is 30. | think it has been my eapSftEvs was one of five children ol] !" ** ever since I have been in family or Juan Dunrte and'P" l,C5 — ,r y ,rtJ want to win itionN you have lo *i. merits. That has been my po that's what will have to be dona. %  nearly <• Ihe newspapers and magazines 0.1 *•'%  %  Ids They may have, ant' probably will have, put. ie opinion! polls on the,,tsde Well, the pollsters of the preKi 9enois Juuna Ibarguren Duarte. Her rnothei IO0SI he, i.rood to the railway centre of Junin during alldhood. Early in the oie went to the big city to seek her fortune as as actress. Fire Brigade turned out s ho made little impression rrlved on the Kene only i (l |tant>, screen and radio, despite bnd Uiat the blaze was aJreed* her beauly. he. stnkmKly blonde >ut out. The damage Is not *ti-;hslr and her husky voice, until • he met Pr essaa r d itn-n. -U.PDr. .laoan Urges Sending Army r Io South Africa 1V4B aeisd like monkeya In j UiO famous jungle hr-ik had a convention they aid must be so, untc we ell say so,' Tnis got another big laugh. 'Ii turned out dim 11 I1H8 Ai in and pressmen should havt with jtoople. in t inong themselvea In S ':3TLV Ann the rrcrfdent IV.[son docked in San Francisco, Kim Id Korean youth is met by his new "Mom" and Mr, and Mrs. Victor Beauchamp, Sr. Kim was a budcr 0! GI [:caurhamp Jr.. a maeblne gunner in Korea, who wrote : i: ever happens to me. please srrenge for Kim to come 1 live in our home."* When the young soldier loit his UM bittlcfront. bis parents carried out bis wish. (lntert.U:onalJ GEORGETOWN, July 26. Hon. Dr. Cheddi B. Ja,un. elected member for Centra) I'tona in a row people have aho> Oemerara ur^ed that an array be sent to South Africa toi ,h r d r ''' '" rid the countryof the 'blatant Fascist tyranny". Jim '*' aUTj in the Unit'"l StStaS' i.< 1 AgatiOf) :is piactised by the Desnerara Bauxiti mp British Guiana and racial prejudices 111 U.Lbanks BtsfJ elsewhere If] plored bv other members of tinLtsfJ iativc Countil during a two-dav ting on Knd. on a motion hy Hon. Lion1 fjickhoo. A motion condemning racl.il aregalion enfon rd 1 '.g on record tie Council'* abtiorretice of the at* tude adopted to various races in puriuit of this pOstSy which 1 likely to affect adversely amicable relations existing amongst people-* Iher mixed commum' • ifie Governor to trnnimit s copy of the to the Secretary of Stale fur tha Colonies and lo the irxlng that steps be taken by UN. to persuade the South African Oovernir %  slst from such a disastrous course and to adopt a policy towards all races In South A/jica In Keeping with the Declaration of Murr Rignts. No I'M.. 1 .HI in. Then he timed lo a slashing %  %  Republican poli< |i no programme. I'eopli going to pay an) attention to th<* men who have been the past 2n The Ri save been %  manasement law programmes. against 1 '•itfitmil far IHxtttulion ami Ounlily AY. W. V. 11.< II 111.' OJ All I it'u When 'he tint* COffKJ l"r Wine, its ffltaj /." AT. II. I. WINE WISDOM *pill-RI S no apscisj nl "ii for %  arvfati wine, in but, il KHIsdn'l hc,caMcr Il is quite HOC M>mc wines rctiuirc chilling, and other* Il M bettef si rK)m tcm1 Han Ii %  aood anaral rule to follow l):\ Sherr) Uighlh hilh-J While WlneM Inltut Had Wtan I* room 1 tempera\ lure Furl Sherr) Dnodj Aiui don 1 atNtul lh< be coafiatad unit. 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ESTABLISHED 18J5
BARBADOS t V ft 1952
PRICE : SIX CENTS
KING FAROUK
Military Take Over
The Royal Palaces
Ex-King's Six-Month
Son Rules By Regency
(Bv WALTEB COU.INS1
CAIRO. July 26.
King Karnuk tbdkCted OH S.iiui '..\ ;.' Ihe dcm:uui of
ihe Egyptian new "strong man" General Mohammed
NaRuib Boy. The Km, agreed to leave the mutiny The
new King it WU announced, will bo Farouk's baby son
Crown Princ" Ahmed Fuad. born to him and Queen Narri-
man last January 17.
It Is expected that a Regency Council will bo named
to rule in Ahmed's name until he becomes of ae. The
Sl-ycgr-old King, prepanu 10 flee on Saturday evening
by yachtthe fabulous yacht in which he spent his honey-
moon with lii-vear-uld Namman.
General Naguib in a statement to the nation said.
"Today is a day of action". Hf called on people to control
their emotions. London heard Cairo Radio saying that
Naguih personally made a broadcast statement saying he
asked Farouk to abdicate in favour of his son and h arouk
agreed. Naguib said he asked the King to get out ot the
country by 6.00 p.m. and that Farouk agreed to that also.
It was reported in Cairo-thai Farouk was preparing to
leave the country by 6.00 p.m._______________ ____________
Wild cheering broke out in---------
Shortage Of
\urse$ At Caura
Sanatorium
Cairo when the news of tl
cation of the fun lovlnu King was
oroadcast bv the official radio.
War prunes started sweeping low
over the city. Fnrouk reached Ihe
end of his reign in Alexandria. the
summer capital on the Mediterra-
nean coast.
The first news of the d.ama
came in a report from Alexandria
that army troops had broken into
Farouk's Rashline Palace after a
claih with hi* bodyguard. The
Mossadegh
Will Discuss
Compensation
TEHERAN. July 26.
A semi-official mkifcp mm *
Saturday that during jrg
Interview between Mossadegh and
UN MimisIi Charge D'AfTauv*.
George Middlcton. the IVrsian
Prime MnMer Indicated he
would be prepared to dfcMUH
'ii to be paid to the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Coat)
le was alio prepared to let tlv
*. with the Persian Court of Law
now that The Hague had declared
itself incompetent to )udge the
Anglo-Persian dispute
Middleton, who is the first
Foreign Envoy to visit fttas**-
FORCED TO ABDICATE
Adlai Stevenson Accepts
Presidential Nomination
Hi OAVE CONVENTION BIG LAUGH
^f -^gw^
rt 1? TV^NmB
PJBbsV 1 Ifl
aefla^B^a^a^CU If &BaDr? * ^LaL. *
Democrats Choose
Sparkman As Mate
(By
PORT-OF-Sl'AIN, July 26.
The Nursing Council which
i.sider the poswbihly uf employ-
troop, arrested Lieutenant Gen- mg nursek ol Other colonies to ease
eral Abdulla El Nsgoumi. Ihe the critical ihorUea. tf Casjra
Kings chief aide-de-camp. rtwlum lore*- Ward Sister*
Troop* surrounded the Palace ......live nurses areletttowndl&a
where Farouk, the Qu<|n and lh paUenti It the Sanatorium today
Crown Prince are itaylnn. advices When three nurses ami
said Tioops with tanks and .... "*;' W Jamaica.
airy also surrounded Abdine and Dr. U G. W. Unch. Acting Di-
Koubbeh Palaces in Can-, rector of Medical StrvicM, said to-
m. of rwiinv" day there were 300 registered
J m Alexandria '>" in * co,on>'
1 should say, >
Troops here ....
opcratoU under ordsi by General
Mohammed Naguib rVv
new "man of destiny", who en-
gineered the coup four days ago
and put Independent Aly Moher
Pasha into office as Prcinur.
Maher and Naguib conferred in _.
Alexandria on Saturday morning. tm [r
and then Maher went to Rashtine Scheme mor-
"The prob-
that RUrSN
1 II ^..rK." Ur.
nrr nol Seer
Urtch mlded.
LAND SETTLEMENT
Ol the $500,000 grant which
Trinidad Is hoping to get from the
Colonial Development and Wel-
I'lmiiiii Mo*HAm.c.n
degtl r-ince renppnfntnieht irx
I*remier talked two hour-, with
the Persian statesman and later
Land Settlement described the meeting as most
than half is ear- friendly. He called on Mossadegh
Palace to sec Farouk It was re- marked for roads, bridges and at the Premier's request,
ported he found the Palace nn>'Watet supplies, During the past week All Iran
rounded and its doors barrtcated < The grant Is being held up by has been combed for Ghavam
He got inside with difficulty, re- Colonial Development and Wef-iwno is sHU
ports said, nnd Pound Farouk in | farc because it is the Comptroller reports said
WHIN TINSION MOUNTID at the GOP ..invention In Chicago, the antics
el Marcelino Rorasnl, s Puerto Rfcen alternate, provided ihe delegates
with a welcome break. After lh tl -c-mart delegation had voted In
favor of Taft hackers. Rinnant breaig) t down the house by demanding
polL When Ihe poll was taken, I'w.-.i further coir, i.l-ed (he gath-
ering by voting for Elsenhower iVpporlers, (International)
Argentina's First Lady
Eva Peroiia Dies At 30
IV ENOS AIHKS. July 26.
Senora Eva Per.in the trtfe of President Juan Reran,
died at 8.25 p.m. on Saturday.
Th*' announcement of her death followed a series of
medical bulletin*, describing her condition as "very sen-
ous." The latest said she lapsed into unconsciousness.
Senora Peron. Argentina.-, first lady, underwent a
major operation last November and has been declining.
steiidilv line*, Her aiie is BlVen ofDcialle as i'ti
Amei cm
A f ia "'v' conlroveralal woman, had
Allies Walk ;TJ.
--^ rf~v#eT^- a" ftl1""' Presideni Peroa
Out Of Korea' ^"S^"niSl^"SiJSjS&
Truce Talks
MUNSAN. Korea. Jul> tft
Allied negotiators lodeU ISCI I
( and walked out of the Kor
Truce talks for a week.
Ma) Gen. William K Haiti
Jr. the ficnlor Unit.
Admiral- uniform landing In the I wno iB c|iie<*tloning the "direct Persian Government hns instruc-
middS <>( a protective group of | )H-oductivltv" of Hicm' ltemi [ted aU its envoM In the neigh-
naval officer* in the garde* m PARCEL POST mm countries to contact rele-
looldngthe Medlternmeen. rvn,x,K.,,A eovernrasnti t., inform the
J^JSS^l^^^^^y^^ "'" Mltrl-PemJi Government when a.....f
twstrtj gWH^Hj ,onm',:(, Minister o( Works.Ghnvam arrives
evsunw strmu'
PHrtlclueiUOB m Ihe i ountry1!
fTiihs and to resiinn' contlOl of
*r many phllaiithmpie* end
Idlxiiir Uni"ii /ii tivitie.i, but she
* public appetiruiice-4 and
trnt tittle (In c t btf i Oi lr
the Labour Department building
where ministers and ambasse-
.ors despite the fact Unit she
hiding. Newspopei .delegate, told the prutestn.! I i Bevef held an official Oovernmcnt
Saturday that the that he would retu.....fl AufjU t ;i position Until almost the last she
I.Y1.K C WILSON)
CJ 26.
Adlai K Steven*
tial nomination esi Saturday
up the Paity's national convention
.md caii'd to m ike Scsutor John .1 Sparkman the
Illinois Governor's mule Stevenson pii
Alabaman as Vice PreMdenlial nontini i n with
President Truman and the other part\ U .en
The President who backed StevonffOti for ths i ip spot
was delighted by the addition of Sparkman to the ticket
AftSJ a mninim; c'lilnrniv ha Mew to Kai
visit to nearby Indapendenos Missouri I honv town
"Thu' tter fellovi (thai lh<
|ob. It's a winning tnkt That's all 1 '.ii' about" Truman
told reporters The lasl Maton |l the thl '' Demo-
Natlonal ConvtnU* n houn
kftai Btavanaon was proclalinad unanimously the Party/i
ihoice Inr Whi'e Mouse

mil
col
>

i Sp H'kmaii nnd
will tear away the

.
irty, the party <>f the ft

Sparkmari ho wpporti I Ben
I lfll-M'll of < .<
1.1 nonunation said he
I
n UM iiekel
Truman Says
Democrats
Must Win
back
confer with Naguib. reports
American Ambas&adoi -i ''
CafTery called on Maher to dis-
cuss the crisis, Caffery like otbei
Ambassadors. King nnd Govern-
ment make their neadq
Alexandria during the oppressive
summer hent In Cairo.
Reports spread swiftly that
Naguib insisted on amending the
Egyptian constitution and UUP
Farouk refused. U was reported
Caffery told Maher that the Unit-
ed States would be pn
guarantee the safety of the King
if he left the country.
A bulletin received from Alex-
andria said the King sin
there in his yacht Fapd H Bihar
and that he intended to g<* t" the
United Mates. Th* Americsn Em-
bassy had no confirmation of this.
Disturbing; Kiimnurs
Np.tuI* has been disturbed by
mmouis that the navy cruising in
# On Page IZ
and Communication*. C, G. Fol-
sttrO* aeral, a. Shin.
Comptroller of Custom* and Ex-
cise, gift parcels will be opened to
future before the eyes of the re-
cipient. This follow, numerous
complaints of pilfering. Also
Studied '! ths wnference were
measures tr> improve the efficiency
at the Parcel Post DerarrtrAant anri|
U) prevent pilferage. Additional
may he posted at
. Parcel Post Department
August 2 A Public
Holiday In J'ca
in their country
U.P.
Rear-Admiral
Melzel Dies
WASHINGTON. July 26
Rear Admiral Jeffrey Mattel,
SS who commanded a diitroyei
division in World Wur t died ol
Saturday from a fractured skull.
Medical examiner. Frank Bros-
ehart said Meucl plunged a Jap-
anese Samurai sword into his ab-
timeti then jumped trom the
window of his home In Chevy
Chase.
Friend* said the Admiral who
retired in !tU* after serving in
the office of Naval Inspector of
Materials, had been suffer-r /
from a heart condition.U.P.
OTtwn Our O*" nr'.iwytidotili
KINGSTON. July 26
The Govern..!. Sn Hugh Foote.
B ituraay, August 2.
PUblk holiday m honour of Rh
den'i victory In ths *m fnasrei <
Thursday and his showing in Ja-
maica's team.
The decision of the declaration
followed a cable of congratula-
tions sent to the Jamaica teem,
and money by the Governor
people rnd the Jamaica newspa- round tables, luncheon
. suggested by the land evening parties.
Mayor of the City.
Qflataste "Varsitv
Holdb ViiiMi;il"':;lk-
On Foreign Policy
HAMILTON. N.Y July 26.
Colgate University opens it*
fourth Annual American Foreign
PoUe) Oonrersnos on Saturday
night with eight foreign ambas-
Mng the speakers for a
nearly week-long conclave. More
than 200 delegates are expected;
hear the Foreign Policy stand*
uf the Republican and Democratic
platforms analyzed by the rcpre-
eaatatrres of the two parties.
Hum" Wrong. Canadian Am-
bassador to the United States
speaks at the opening session, and
is expected to discuss Canadian-
United States relations. Other am-
bassadors who will speak at vari-
ous sessions include those from
Australia, Pakistan. New Zealand
and Puerto Rico. There will be
sssioa
He said: "If you h.ve unyt

can say it to our
Ilia walkoui ended
open session at Panmunjon in
ska Eighteen <>f UM r.
cord mcetmi; since July fulled
to bo ih the deadlech om how
I.. (XI h..
key obstacle to an Arm
Tokyo
Gen Mark Clark. Supreme
Allied Commander, said the closed
sessions failed lo produce results 'W(|
kept in t.nich with events by
i. phj i
Her last public appearance
. .mie in June 4 when she was at
side during his
inauguration fa sscoi
'iy thiu. Me, OSS '
Uar/aphlc faes bad hrunk and

I.i.mIii.,1 lie. Iiii.
' news i>f her Bt KlUS]
decline fold.wet grid '' I
because the Communists re/used Iwmr! ''"" * "f/ '*" ,""'"K
to recognize the inescapable fact,"* ^ vTk,s"t hc" "fe max**
that a larE' percenuge X the for ** JJ" were e'ebreted
Communist prisoners refuw d lo I*"0" "'"u- ashiaUj nude.
so back lo their form. \ "' POO-
. repi p. Oi rnkm soot
---------------- q to the Church
^. i ii 4 '" '"" ''"", ,l"' clock for her
i h*UMr''^ III l>." .1. \. > uiue In her
~ honoui .i<-
i long way
I planned
i PssTsa had gon<
ptte i" i outti
i.' i Infl Manual In n rtae of her tiotv
w,ij *!irl:i\\ er Juan 1
Friday uf Sir Krrol ls Santos. ,, n-t,..,, e_* *._. j ...
-i.,(- ... .!, u..*.i * m. I en n In iry nd pi
Ur:';uvi-ali iii
U.P.
PARENTS FULFILL Ol SON'S WISH "*
rman of the Board of Direc-
tors of BW.I.A. Ltd., and the
General Manager. Mr. John Rahr
certain changes have I > <
to the ompany's orj;.ii
Barbado and streettve i
gust I. Mr. Percy Taylor, present
manager, will assume 'I
Speci.il Reprr*< ntStlve I! OJt.l
I! W I A i.
I Public It-
Mr Oliver Johnson the pn
ent Assistant Manager, will
eeed Mr. Taylor as Branch M.
ager. Barbados
( HICAGO. July. 26.
President Truman told a < lie- *
ing DemiH-ratic convention ear-y
to-day that he is going t., "take
my coat off" ..n,i
possible to kMlp OesjarslOI A.II i
Stevenson capture Us
House. "Tlii.s in my opinion.
the greatest Democratic conven
tinn ever held" he laid V
have stood by the prin. ||
the Demon.in Partj
pjuly.
"You have nominated a u inn. i
for the next Presidrnt Df the
United States. You nrc going out
from this Convention much slrun,t-
** tnSi' wnwn yoa-srens. UW1 --
hp sing rrnrn notes, the Fre-
dent said. "One of Ihe things tli.it
Impressed me, and I watched
Convention en usk vhJoi
great wealth of ability we have
the Democratic Party. I don't
know of any lime our party hud
man
Had | lot ,.f good men
erstlc Psrty. Il is h
a choice on the i i
Isaden Hut nor ehotcs i
we can .di as) oeiimd
Wr an bound to win thai el
Not i
nt a DsBscsaral.....nventlon ii
i bil.Vlelphi.. I a ,,, Vii.-Um
ii.nkh v and i re solna '<> wii
in I1M8. Then are people who di<
Thay tun i
i ..... ksliina you a
that Adlui Btevensoq
win in 1952. This i
tremendous row from tl
"Wc win win m ios'2 in? same
waj am won In 1040' hi pledged
"And I '-iv (.. you .
SOI going i.i do ev< i
to make us win."
Then he brought laughs and
chuckles when lie said A lot (
people can't understand why th
Democrats-keep on winning else
i ., ,
tryinc to flsjUrs 0U1 WTlSl it
go*
the Democratic party
1 parted .;,. reason
because the Dem i i
and part\ ttlves Ihem the Idj

11114 "U11
sii-veuson npaalu

BUrvi n '
, ,.,. thi
and wls.

rtoi th
ers' pai t. pai i\
overyono".
He
who nominated htm .. h
1 11
i
will ix' .i 1
ipturs the White House
th.it ihe I-
hopi and the
ail rasped
upon to n
UrsSOOghl Honour
. ek tho bonoui whli h
but ih it i
1
1 should have pref<
those words
I.... ,
Fnmi \tt IJuiirtvr*:
Convicts Vi ill
Get An Annual
Holiday
CaJasjaSH Under new penal re-
a Bombay Stato
are to he allowed an annual
holiday outside prison unless
r robbery wttl
ence. Pennistion to smoke and
r Oil are other
"IIS.
Vlrlltnita: Several boys at
N. th Technical Hlsh
' '.Fl .1 '
, iperl [rrei I
all apprentice
bo bad been appren-
i cad Inee laws wets twelve, ant
tha- they went lo school only to
rest.
Merlin Berlm's oldest man.
Herman Laebc 98. this week
hawed tdrthday callers papers
i< 1 1 ive that ii* father was bora
m i:n6.
weaaksSsrtera Kighteeu stona
-lack Leonard, appear-
on, in stugp ,how of a Wssh-
mi 1 onvalesced his
Ith [*ea sot ..no
Place of n.....I nosri for you -the
will never occupy
Washington. They just couldn*.
afford to ive hart
I'srta: A workman who fished
ullcass from tha s. hVa
found it crammed with 100,000
ith of American bank-
n T . .bout 40.000. But
11.ii that they were
f"i 1 1 if thrown away by
member a of an international for-
gery sang during a polu.
Ihre< months ago.
New York: A talk ng road is
bains planned by New Jersey. A
1 rip of scored concrete
Will Ih- laid in Ihe ,>.-ntre and a
. mg on to it will set up
huts that drivers will bo
n Meat
right
_
iff the read or rnaytS
1 - to 'he wrong side,
RjiKtKtti: Hencerorfll local
l raMflSi Will play the national
anthem at the I'immencement of
a performance to compel the
UdKsWee to stand to attention
i .N.nl ( iT-.kinu a rush for th"
n Ihe inthern is played
SI the end o' a pn>gramme.
. If
1
I on fan p 1
L 'A.'***',;;*,*f', v,
yfxMrrynhotv
Expectetl lien*
lor flonforencn
r.ltKNAll.V July 26
lion T. A. Marryshow flies to
Barbados tomorrow to Join Nor-
man Manley and Grantley Adams
m what Marryshow described as
... i. D on I ertaln matters of
. m Importance**, llair\-
1 ow dot i 1 .11 from B.L.P.
Secretary Walcigt this morning.
a
Rt T.'s riirnhwa
TORONTO. July 2.
The Chinese Communist officially
protested against the
ing of the Formosan rej
tive at the cighleentli Interna-
tional Ked Cross Conference. The
official protect note said ttiat no
representative of the ifovernrnenl
of Formosa a National 1st
should be allowed to sit in the
Conferen
i i-li ^,l!i
public of China." It is not knowa
what action the ConJSTi
; inned.t' P
NO QUORUM AT
HOUSING BOARD
A meeting of the Housing Board
which was scheduled to take place
yesterday at 10 ajn.. did not take
place due to the lack of a quorum.
Up to 10.40, onlv three members
had arrived. Messrs
H. A. Tudor and Dr, J 1'
O'Mahony.
KITCHEN BLAZE
A portion of the kitchen e|
house at Black Rock. St Michael,
was burnt when a fire Oj
oout 2 35 a.m. yesterday. Th
kaaaie Is the property of Louiv
mated
their rnothei Uve near the presi-,';"
dentlnl mansion in lluenos Aires' ssisassisssa 1 .
ntaiib Uttla is known of the, b2.IHMI.IMKI Jobs
early life of Eveita'1 little Eva.( _. ,
as she llk.i to be known to the rn,nk f/nai our 'unliy h.
peopl. She wai born In the vll-,?ol,r '" -" >'"' "'
rolgWoa I",......I.- I,,.,,, ,'-"i "'I. "We
Aires, prolkshlv on Mav hav" ^">.OO0 jobs. The hlghe.l
1MI0 In recent years hetl'v'n standards in hi.tory. As for
that she was bom hi/"1* itspublieans, they come forth
OlafaX) that helperl last,""'1 '> '" ^'M the proH-.
mm to] t^-oi.Mng(,,,l^h,y People w-11. the) ire it
Vice Prostdent for which the'" "'" ""
m age is 30. | think it has been my eapSft-
Evs was one of five children ol]** ever since I have been in
family or Juan Dunrte and'P"l,C5,r y,rtJ want to win i-
tionN you have lo *i.
merits.
That has been my po
that's what will have to be dona.
nearly < !
Ihe newspapers and magazines 0.1
*'-" Ids They may have, ant'
probably will have, put. ie opinion!
polls on the,,- tsde
Well, the pollsters of the preKi
9enois Juuna Ibarguren Duarte.
Her rnothei IO0SI he, i.rood to the
railway centre of Junin during
alldhood. Early in the
oie went to the
big city to seek her fortune as
as actress.
Fire Brigade turned out sho made little impression
rrlved on the Kene only i(l|tant>, screen and radio, despite
bnd Uiat the blaze was aJreed* her beauly. he. stnkmKly blonde
>ut out. The damage Is not *ti-;hslr and her husky voice, until
he met Pressaard itn-n. -U.P-
Dr. .laoan Urges Sending
Army rIo South Africa
1V4B aeisd like monkeya In j
UiO famous jungle hr-ik
had a convention they aid
must be so, untc we ell say so,' "
Tnis got another big laugh.
'Ii turned out dim 11
I1H8 Ai in and
pressmen should havt
with jtoople. in t
inong themselvea In
S':3TLV Ann the rrcrfdent IV.[son docked in San Francisco, Kim
Id Korean youth is met by his new "Mom" and
Mr, and Mrs. Victor Beauchamp, Sr. Kim was a budcr 0! GI
[:caurhamp Jr.. a maeblne gunner in Korea, who wrote
: i: ever happens to me. please srrenge for Kim to come
1 live in our home."* When the young soldier loit his
UM bittlcfront. bis parents carried out bis wish. (lntert.U:onalJ
GEORGETOWN, July 26.
Hon. Dr. Cheddi B. Ja,un. elected member for Centra) I'tona in a row people have aho>
Oemerara ur^ed that an array be sent to South Africa toi,h',r d"r''' '"
rid the country- of the 'blatant Fascist tyranny". Jim '*'
aUTj in the Unit'"l StStaS' i.< 1 AgatiOf) :is piactised
by the Desnerara Bauxiti mp British Guiana
and racial prejudices 111 U.l- banks BtsfJ elsewhere If]
plored bv other members of tin- LtsfJ -
iativc Countil during a two-dav ting on Knd.
on a motion hy Hon. Lion- 1 fjickhoo.
A motion condemning racl.il
aregalion enfon rd 1 .
'.g on record tie
Council'* abtiorretice of the at* -
tude adopted to various races in
puriuit of this pOstSy which 1
likely to affect adversely amicable
relations existing amongst people-*
Iher mixed
commum' ifie Gov-
ernor to trnnimit s copy of the
to the Secretary of
Stale fur tha Colonies and lo the
irxlng that steps
be taken by UN. to persuade the
South African Oovernir
slst from such a disastrous course
and to adopt a policy towards all
races In South A/jica In Keeping
with the Declaration of Murr
Rignts.
No I'm.. 1 .hi in.
Then he timed lo a slashing

Republican poli< |i
no programme. I'eopli
going to pay an) attention to th<*
men who have been
the past 2n
The Ri save been

manasement law
programmes. against 1
'itfitmil far IHxtttulion ami Ounlily
AY. W. V.
11.< II 111.' OJ All I it'u
When 'he tint* COffKJ l"r Wine, its ffltaj /."
AT. II. I.
WINE WISDOM
*pill-RI S no apscisj nl-
"ii for arvfati wine,
in but, il KHIsdn'l hc,caMcr
Il is quite hoc M>mc wines
rctiuirc chilling, and other*
Il M bettef si rK)m tcm-
1 Han Ii aood
anaral rule to follow .
l):\ Sherr) Uighlh hilh-J
While WlneM Inltut
Had Wtan I* room 1 tempera-\ lure
Furl Sherr) Dnodj
Aiui don1 atNtul lh< be coafiatad unit. (0 serve
diflercnl wines, ("ompli-
cafsd arinc etiquette is .
frouned on b) paopls v.ho
kaoa and love *me. 1 naj
the wilbn they liVc.
when the) like, anil ihc\
kg K W x
; ant to serve these PAARJ WINES with dinner -
you'll be da Ii [hted *h- n you discover the loeclal fu-boaasd
tUi\our\ ifaeSS I UIC1 live the hnul VOU serve.
''...
K U t SH'RRY.IiRANPY.
and r\, Utnl TabU Wines
other r
arid
1 r
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fto n Ctmtnfi Mtsfttrj Wtwk Ka4
While and Odour. I Shorts, Jeen*.. Plnv-Suiis.
sim siiiu in iiiiinv itylaa.
Older* t.iki-11 for your OriANfv for ihe Rare-.
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Dissolved First Cat
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dtijoux
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Stationary
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.r.oti-.ii ft n rnmoui dmtlicw-
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mr th- aiurka Th- vry tint * Ib4>
rarmlinc mu u. t* dw-lvnl. inn*
Clvtnc fr*#. y briaihinc and nM-
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i -' i.k. pMnnl lute
UbMU ai mula
> 'it.tif> tr+* **em tuiaiu sn4
IlroixMtU In nan to no mm., -v.n
1ov*h v ... k*.. uttkr* >..r. MKHOACO M..M
inn II n *ua**at# lo (1*1 rou li.
"M l-rlMng In > hours ar.,1 lo
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BARBARA STANWYCK
PAUL DOUGLAS
ROBERT RYAN
MARILYN MONROE
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PROFESaOH A K ( ROTTON
Pr-fn*oc of Enjilish at the
i '* the ww.
Indies, arrived from -famatcn nn
Ight b\ B.W I A
part in the Extra Mura' Sum*** r
School at Codrington O
|is staying at Codrington Cottag
Intransit
MH ANDREW PEARSE. Res-
ident Tutor In Trinidad for
Ihe University CoMeey- of Tht West
Indie*, irrlved here on Frii ij
mornBiK by the 33. IMMa i -
transit f<* the Untied KirigaV .
ban h* ha* gooe on leave. He
ai accompanied by his wife and
children.
Vuterinary Surgeon
DR. BUU KIRtlY of 9|. Vn-
cent who qualified a* a V -
terinary Surgeon gt Toronto Sfev
versity earlier this year, paaar i
through here on Friday from Ca. -
ada by th? La4y InW, on h
ncay hack home to take up an av-
jomtment wtih the Governmer-
Aftar One Yw
\rTER spending a year in tr-
USA MaM DaHy Kill r, -
turned io Barbado* on Frid. .
night by B.W! A via Puert
Rico and AjtWgm She M resldli>"
ith her brother-in-law antL i
ter Mr. and Mm. Sidney VV|rn.-
head of Enterprise Roan Chritt
Church t
From B.C.
STAYING at the Crane Rotet
nre Mr and Mrs J A. Pate'-
and their little daught< -r
Sybil of McKcrme. British Oui..n
Mr Paterson ia the Chief Mining
F.nnineer of the Demerura Batixlt.'
Company. He wna here on holi-
day since ll.. ItHh July.
The Patersor.s' oriidnal home ^
Toronto. Canada
Mining Engin --
DR. JOHN JESSE HAYES ol
Cuidad Bolivar who spent
a month's holiday in Harltodov.
returned home on Fridav night
via Trinidad by B W.I A t.,
resume hu duties as .1 raining en
gineer with the l.< S Steel I'm-
ooratlon.
While here. h.
Miss Mary Wilkie. daughter of
Mr. and Mr* Glenn M WitHi. ,,(
Detroit. Michigan, at St FVter'j
Church by Rev A. J. Hatch. 11
was a guest at Paradise Bead
Club. His wife is expected .
Join him toward> the end of v
month.
In llr.i md mat he iiji I
travelled to every Continent ex-
cept Africa and nis wife and he
expressed the view that Barbed"-
was the most delightful place
they had ever visited .md they
were sorry they had to leave.
Qahib QaUinq
M'!
His Excellency the (;<*veni<
accompanied by Lady MM
buine. arQl leave Antigua on Ihe
1st August in iu.. .> -
Barbados and discuss various
matters with the ComptrolUr
for Development and WftflN
and his Advisers. After these
discussions His Excellency will
Willy Tood Wrote a Poem
A net He A cretl h Out Himself
H> M v\ IRkLI
W IIDRI gft von Rolnr. WflleT
TW 111 a huny. Knuil.' gU
tfiMt*. ioppfii|> for 11 moment, ni^I
0 fwen hi- hresttft "I'm .W,, m '
Kn rt kMMed > w iiiy. pumied.
1 4 paeet, With? Whnt paemT
1 rev ih'iiiK it*"
W.ll," said "til.. 1 just male
Ip n -item H's all About mxi-lf
I mean, it's about a toad
.....- all about a toad like
Of, ell. *o lt*g n'l about myael. be-
mill I'm n toad. Mow do rau n
rlenitgnd?"
"Itui why do you ka*e to do 'his
poem? I never heard of anyoni do-
ing a norm "
On Holiday
MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND
BEGUELIN from Caracas.
1 in ihe colony
on the ifth July after touring the
French Antilles and are guests at
The Crane Hotel. Mr. Beguelln is
Head of CA. OFJAP penalised
Arm in Far Eastern Trade
Spe*nt Eighteen Months
MRS ROSE ALEXIS of Trini-
dad who has been m the
Island for the past IB months, re-
lumed to Trinidad by the S.S. De
Orgeae a Thursday She erag
accompanied bv her daughter
Mary
Mr* Alexis also expects to vttlt
Curacao later and will be return-
ing 10 the island in about two
months m time for the reopening
>f the. Ursnline Convent where her
daughter is a pupil
U.S. ail S#rvgnt
MISS ARIEL THOMPSON. .1
Civil Servant in the U.S.A.
attached to the Taxation Defn -
Tient, leaves tomorrow mor i.ng
b) IIWIA tr.r Antigua and
Puerto Rico on her way bark
nome after spending seven weeks'
hotlday with her aunt. Mil
Eugene Gadsbv of Saltern. St.
Michael.
On her rtnt vlalt to the We*(
Indies. Mies Thompson was deep-
ly impressed by the hospitality of
the people and the climatic con-
ditions She naa asked to say
thanks to all thoae friends who
assisted in making her stay such
an enjoyable one.
Schoolmaster Returns
Hone
MR L. S. WELLINGTON.
Barbadian wHo has been
teaching at Kingston College.
Jamaica for the past three years,
returned home on Friday even-
tiing by B.W.I.A. to spend th<-
-ummer vnrntion with his rela-
tives at Orange (flit. St. Jarne^.
Next term. Mr. Wellington will
be going on to St. Kilts to take
up an appointment .it the BrgJB-
mar School.
Atttncfsd Public Health
Coars*
SPENDING a week In Barbado,
before returning to Domin-
,ca are Mr. Emanuel Bertrand
..nd Mr Georve Bruney, both San.
itgry Inaoectori of Roseau. The>
.irrived here nn Friday evening by
H.W.I.A. from Jamaica after
;it'.ending a ten months' course at
the Public Health Training Centre.
They are guests of Mrs. Wooding
of Nelson Street.
R
Mr. HERMAOE Q, SMITH.
After 39 Years
MR.' HERMAGF. G. SMITH. .1
Barbadian who has been
residing in the US.A. for the put
39 years, returned home on Fri-
day night by B W IA. via Puerto
Rico and Antigua on a visit to his
relatives and is a guest of his
brother-in-law md sister. Mr.
and Mrs F. A. Waterman of
"Montrose," Water Street. Christ
Church.
At the airport lo welcome him
were his father. Mr. Joseph S
Smith who resides with his
daughter at Water Street and
many of hit relatives and friend'.
A Civil Servant attached to the
Post Office in New York. Mr.
Smith is a brother of Mr. Neville
Smith of "Brooklyn. River Road,
and Mr. Irvfn Smith of Chelsea
Road.
Back To Venezuela
ETURNING to Venezuela via
Trinidad on Friday night
by B.W.I.A. were Mr. and Mrs.
John Miner o( Anaco who had
spent twelve days' holiday .1-
guests of Paradise Beach Club.
Mr. Miner is Superinrendeni for
the Eastern Division of Peiio
Tech Service Co.
For Two Weeks
MRS. F A. BROWN, wile of
ihe Manager of the British
Bato Shoe Company in St. Kltt.s.
arrived here on Friday morning b\
the Lasty Rodney for two week-'
holiday. She was accompanied
by her daughter, Phyllis and they
are guests at the Aquatic Clu>>.
R
Barbadian Returns To
U.S.A.
ETURNING to the U.S.A. dur-
ing the past week was Mis.*
Ber\l Walcoft. eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alport WaTcott of
Mildred Cot," Brfcton- H
Walcotfs visit to Barbados lasted
live weeks, and was the first since
she left the island some
years ago. Despite fourteen years
of ultra-modern New York, she
is, however, still impressed by the
great strides her native island has
made in its social and business
lives since the day of 1958. She
left by B.W.I A on the first leg
of her journey, refreshed by her
holiday, and wishing farewell to
the "nnv friend- to whom she
Wh- >mable to sav a last goodbve
For Ind-finite Stay
AMONG the passengers leaving
on Fridayought by B W.I.A
for Trinidad was Mis* Ruby Gib-
son of Arch Hall, St. Thomas, who
has gone to spend an indefinite
hxaloaW with her relatives at
Point Fortui
For Trinidad Holiday
MISS MARINA SIMPSON,
eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence Simpson of Guinea
Plantation, St. John, left the col-
ony yesterday by B.W.I.A. to
spend part of her summer vaeu-
tion with Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Wood of Port-of-Spain
Druggist On Holiday
LEAVING for Trinidad on Fri-
day night by B.W I.A. was
Mr. Aubrey W. Smith. Druggist
of Baxter's Road, who has gone
on four weeks' holiday. He was
accompanied by his sister, Mrs.
Blanche Spencer of Port-of-Spain
who was here on holiday as a
guest of her brother and sistei-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith
of "Melwi." Brown's Gap. Hast
Businessman In Caracas
ARRIVING in the colony on th>
19th July were Mr. and Mn.
Henry R. Rallcki of Caraca>.
Venezuela, who are orlginifllj
from Buffalo. New York. Mr.
Ralicki is the Manager in Caracas
Of Pan-American Standard Brands
INC. Mr. and Mr*. Rallcki are
guests at the Crane Hotel.
Supervisor Of Agencies
LT. COL. F. WOOD, Boparvuni
of Agencies for the British
West Indies of Messrs. Sankey-
Sheldon Ltd. of Ixindon. arrived
from Trinidad on Friday by the
S S. Golflto on a business visit
and will be remaining for two
weeks as a guest at the Hotel
Royal. He was accompanied by
Mrs Wood.
On Short Visit
RS. Al.KDA BOWEN. Pro-
1 |tn*Mr1ni Diaw-
rig of Ihi
Texas, -md Mrs. George Lowe,
Ttsiirliij to an oil operator, also
here on Friday
night by B.W.I.A. vu Puerto Rico
:ind AnliHua lo* g short fwudav
visit and are guests at the Hotel
Royal.
Off To The U.K.
Ml: ASHTON C ASHBFF
Manager of L'ltvlugf Plan-
tation in British Guiana : Ashhee who had been standing
three weeks' holiday m Barnaul
ai Bathsheba and the Hotel Royal,
let! on Fridav morning by ihe
SS. GelsHe for England where
lemam for about four
months.
Accompanying them were Mr.
Raymond C. Bell, Secretary-
Accountant of Albion Sugar
Estate. British OuiaM. his wife
and their infant son. They spent
a week's holiday ss guests St the
Hotel Royal and have now gone
to the U.K. to reside.
Mrs Bell is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ashbee.
For Summer Holidays
MASTER MARTIN BLACK-
BITRNE. son of Sir Ken-
neth Rlackburne, Governor of the
Leeward Islands and I-ady Rlack-
burne, arrived from Antigua on
Friday evening by B.W.I.A. to
spend part of his summer vaca-
tion with Major and Mrs. H. W.
Peebles of Bayleys. St. Philip.
Travelling Representative
MR. M. REINGOLD, Travelling
Representative of Messrs.
J. A. Marson it Sons, return to
Barbados on Friday evening by
B.W.I.A. after paying a two-week
business visit to Antigua and St.
Kilts.
Second Visit In 45 Years
RETURNING to Barbados on
Friday from the USA. via
Puerto Rico and Antigua by
B.W.I.A. was Mr. Otway L. Wil-
kinson, a member of the Ameri-
can Aid Society for West Indies.
Inc He expects to be here for
ibout five weeks and is staying
with Mr. Rascombc of Roebuck
Street.
This is Mr. Wilkinson*; second
visit to the island since he left
here 45 years ago. The last occa-
sion was in 1920 when he spent
about four months.
With C.P.I.M
R. C. W. CRAWFORD who is
employed with C.P.IJii. in
Curacao, arrived here on Thurs-
day by B.W.I.A. and left the fol-
lowing evening by B.W.I A for
Trinidad to spend hot two months'
holiday. He was accompanied by
his wife and small daughter.
Violet.
While here, they were guests at
the Cosmopolitan Guest House.
'
M"
Governor Blackburn* To Visit B'dos THE PERON PUZZLE
Barbados, returning to Antigua
<>n the 14th August. During ntt
absence, the Hon. P. D. Mac
Donald will ho Governor's
Sir Kenneth Blackburn* has
been in the Leeward Islands two
years and this Is the first occas-
ion that he will be taking u few
Jays leave.
A Noted London Suigeon
Explains why fho BuJielins
from Buenos Aires Speak- of
'Desperate' one day and
*RaI/ymg fhe nexr . .
By GEORGE SAVA
Everybody u- puzzled by the
seemingly conflicting reports about
Eva Rerun's iUness. One day she
is said to be sinking A few days
later we hear of her fmllingly
receiving a delegation In th"
course of her duties.
Then she is reported to be
"critical" again.
What is really wrong with hn '
How rnn she be alternately
working one day. then critical!..'
HI?
From personal knowledge of
I Eva Pemn, I believe I know ihe
truth.
ITp-ctovrn
Leu co? mi a, from which she is
suffering, is a disease In which'
the white corpuscles of the blood
multiply alarmingly. Violent upg
CROSSWORD
"I never heard of anyone milking
on his ear." said Willy. "Bui does
thai mean vou csn't do it? I'm
lomg this poem. Rirht
hurry to ttnd a road."
"A road, Willy? Wa] "
Why" ftacftMse the first
d my poem irr-
fhe
Who Hopped down ihe road
-' In got lo find a read to hop
Iowa," With that willy ttsjstsdj
topping otf again, but nvnasj
il lo Call over his SlOMSilSI to
Kniui: "(urn* along and you'll ***
10W I do the rest of my poem. It's
*ery peculiar."
Knarf ran after W illy gat
,'imU-ti and over the fence to ike
road. When he got there, Willy **
Uresstj hopping down it. A inirute
later, however, he stopped
all ehestuut in*. He g
ip at the high brant-he* ... |
re ached him.
"What are you doing no?" I
Knarf asked.
"I'm doing the nexl two linen jf |
:b poem-
He hopped nnd he heaped
And all at one M p I I
"Yea?" said Knarf ,
Then," said Willy, "taw
He said; -Now W iet?
I'll hoi. gg
Saying Hit,. Willy hrt h-rk ^n
rote- do1
his hind legs and then sprang i
with all hin might. But he could
reseh even the top of the trunk, i!
fell bsck. Then he tried again
and again . and again. It wa* r
use. At last, quite disappoint-
Willy sat down under tht
Hohhed:
"The tiee was so high
It made Willy cry-"
But suddenly Willy stopped r
log and hrolie out into s smile.
"Is lhat part of the poem, too'
Knryf wanted to know,
Willy nodded. "Oh yes'. This h
rest Of the poem. Just listen
So finally he eaMi
l.el the tiee hop instead'
I've made enough tries;
m just tray i d
Willy interrupted himself at .
Instant to ghost out his toagtir
calch something.
"Willy!" shouted Knarf. "\\
are yon mtchtng?"
Files!" answered Wih |-
last word of the whole p
now I've done it rll! l-nt n |
riWful gnme?"
Knarf hail to agree thn it -
... ,i
seen anyone il a poeie
about a to ,
tnsd lo do i(!
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moiiym o* two thirds of B i.
i Onuad in March. <|>
a deorat pt but ssBdrea-
irii: ;sucr it. lei
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is Fart vou set as .
It. gtaua irsmaa inntrumeni ?
letuttsn i t*a*ro' uui! r. -assweu
l ns U. Imc *: ... Aw a
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mar: . mto. <,
It^nl'jr^t-
l
and downs in the condition of the
patient arc typical because of Ihe
treatment
The diseased blood may ba
ulmont tompli'tely drained from
the, body and healthy blood infused.
Within a short while ihe patient
would be normal again, but m.i
for long. The white corpuscle,*
multiply* and a collapse occurs
again. The spleen Is sometimes
lemoved ag a desperate remedy.
nnd blood transfusions will repeBt-
cdly restore the sufferer, but the
iicurrent relapae groan
Si aver.
In December 1948. when lectur-
ing in Buenos Aires on surgery
n Itniain. 1 was presented lo
i leMdeut I'eron .md his wife.
Her face ws pale nnd intense,
She seemed to be consumed with
fever.
BetuMth her eyes were dark,
neavy rtogg, EkM ll.id llM gBgWhll -
gnag of a woman who was hurnlni;
-nerself out, though she was not
then 30.
That look on her face mighi
have bean a sign of illness-or
the result of ecstacy which some-
time; romes to women of net tem-
psseanent.
Next day I talked to her personnl
physician. All he would say was
that Evlta. the worker' heroine,
was driving herself to death for the
people. . .
A week later I was sent for"
agaln by her secretary. My book*
had pleased Mme. Peron and she
wished me to write her biography.
Why should a young woman
like Eva Peron want her biography
written" When 1 thought of hew
she looked, I thought inevitably
of incurable disease.
Now I knew
A year ago 1 again met BvH
Peron in Buenos Aires. She wus
desperately ill. Every movement
was an effort. The curious burn-
ing look had increased. And the
fact that she had two specialists
in attendance left no room for
doubt.
One was Professor Rleardo
Flnoehlctto. among the best ab-
dominal surgeons m the world. The
other WM a famous cancer expert
Irom New York They called on
her several times. A little later the
Argentine heard that an opera-
tion had been performed.
One rumourthat ?ihe had can-
cer of the wombwas in my v lew
.nlikely lo be true
A gynaecologist would hawg bean
necessary for such an operation
irul none was present.
But since Eva Peron was glttr-
nately reported unconscious and
revived, Ihe suggestion that she
had in fact, leucaemia began to
gain credence. All the evidence
points lo this being the truth.
Leucarmia could produce all the
signs I saw on the sertora's face.
Drastic Rernedy
Slncp leucstmia is skin lo can-
cer. X-ray treatment Is sometimes
given. That would account for ihe
visit of the specialist from New
York.
The more drastic remedy of
removing the spleen Is an opera-
tion only a first-class abdominal
specialist would undertake. And
: was Professor Fmochietto who
oaajnrtad
I have now in Britain two
patients under treatment for
leucapmia.
One is a woman of 33almost
precisely the age of Eva Peron.
POCKET CARTOON
by OSBFRT LANCASTER
...u umi ftt u dark ....
Lurrum into my li/rwiiho
'.fin', * |i. i how il'ir' !
After two pints of blood had
been transfused, she was sitting
up and enlertalnlng me to tea
an hour later, and she has been
kept alive for the past two year'
i \ t ransfuai on s.
The other patient Is a man
whose spleen was removed two
years ago. To-day I frequently
receive urgent messages that he
i.-. dying. Yet blood transfusion
restores him. The "dying man" is
able to resume light work the
next day.
But in Ihe end leucarmia la invar-
iably fatal. Removal of the
spleen, transfusionsthese can
am Ult sometimes for a few
months, sometimes for a couple of
years, or even more. But that i.i
all.
It is this evil thing that has
gripped Evn Peron.
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THIS WEEKEND, mp billing goes to "Brlgt.1
ej the Plaza, Barbaiv. -. Kobsun
and a fine cast headed by Arthur Kennedy deserve much
credit for an .'xerlUnt ;ind moving drama in which senti-
mentality and over-emphasis have been skillfully avoided.
This film is about the rehabilitation of blind war veterans,
and the splendid work that is done for them both thera-
peutically and psychologically, as well as the undertand
tng and encouragement from those who can see and those
who are blind, alike.
Arthur Kftinnh. who recently
completed a long run in the lead-
ing role of the Broadway success,
Dentil Of A Salesman" U tha
particular veteran with whom wf
are concerned Wounded In the
.Mean invasion, he is re-
turned 10 the U.S where he is to d
that he will be blind. His bltlcr-
nsg |Bd IMaf Of the future are
tcniduallt OWKOM by the treat-
ment he receive* at the Vallt-v
Forge Army hospital, where gsg
men are taught eonlldenre ax>d
complete self-reliance. His Or*
visit home prove-: ., shattering ex-
I'uv. I.,, k el under-
standing* and thoughtlessness are
the chief causes of his un happiness
nn.l wh. n 111 him she
cannot face the muor'.iinty of
their future, he returns to the
hospital and to a young girl whose
love for him, ;ind clear-sighted-
ness, give him fresh hope and
self-reliance.
Arthur Kennedy's performance
is tlrst rate and carries strong
conviction in his gradual growth
i iupmcnt and his reallza-
Uon thai ultimate sscurity ma* mtrv!t u m thoroughly ggtf-
m Within himself. Peggy entered smug and rather colour-
Dow U charming as the younggirl lvn peTva Pvrtina he Is tup-
whj lqyv him with a warm sym- ^^ |0 ^ ^ but found hla
pathette understanding and un- characterisation unimpressive. Of
selfishness that his family and lhfl wome( i would give llrst place
friend- could not give him. to Roaalyn Boulter for her care-
There are good dramatic situa- fiw come-easy, go-easy mterpre-
tlons I.e. when the blind soldier is iati..n of a Cockney floozie. Palri-
forced by the nflicer in charge to ri tell his parents over the phone of ,,,,. &,th Rlvo a good accounl of
hi* blindnesv Expressing his toermelvet.. and the contrasting
bitterness to his superior, the types, representing the middle-
veteran learns thai he too Is blind. r|w anj the slum dwellers
There is a moving love scene and couldn't be bettered. The minor
the fleeting glimpses of race pre- Iole!( m English films arv always
jUdice is delicately and effectively duIil. ,,( lM,rfection and give .
touched on. Oitectoi uklbaoa has foundation to the picture that If
used perception and restraint in often sadly lacking
an engrossing film thai should ex- a last worda nar-rw>m brawl
lift ween two of the womenthat
probably has its momenta, has
been removed from the film "In
lol<>" with the result that the
continuity is rudely jarred. I may
say that the picture arrived here
with i[ys deletion and I cannot
see why we should not be left to
make our own decisions as to
what scenes should be censored.
Deadline I'.S.A.
DEADLINE USA. starring
re remarkably vital and Humphrey Bogart. Ethel Barry-
sharply drawn, from the Little "i'rc and Kim Hunter can be seen
Cockney shop girl down to the ht the Globe. A realistic newspaper
engine driver who commits mur- drnnvi, it succeed* in shewing the
der In l blind (It of Jealousy. --any pressures under which a
The story concerns a young free press operates. There also
Englishman whose ambition Is to seems to be a good deal of law*
be a writer. To see how the snfo <<>-' gcttvlta undertaken by
'other halt" l.i ha t..kt>s him- the liilT of the paper thai misht
setf to Lenten Town, where under iietter have been left In the pro-
,is> assumed name, he becomes per hands. However, the newspo-
frlendly with a Cockney girl. A per background is so detailed and
midnight visit to her room Is authentic that the film carries
rudely interrupted by the arrival weight and conviction.
of her "steady" and our author The plot concerns a managing
heats a hasty retreat. Next morn- editor whose wife has divorced
ing. he reads that the girl has him because she feels that he Is
Wen murdered and though he wedded to his work With his Job
knows wh" committee] the crime, being terminated in three days,
i.other man be condemned due to the paper being sold to
sooner than exiiose himself to tho rival interests he devotes hit re-
publiclty that would follow were maliung time t exposing a vlea
it knowr. that he was contorting king and gangsternearly loses
with slum people. The "other his life in doing sobut neverthc-
mon" Is Hiohnrd Todd. who made less goes down in a bla?<* of head-
hls flrsl screen appearance in this lines' though he loses the pape.-.
picture, and ha* since gone to the he does succeed in getting his
top. A petty burglar, condemned wife back,
he did not commit, he Doirart fans will probably en-
psnda fi. i ysaui m kul and m kjj the. itar*i pttforaunea vfaidb
nil release, neally collects his (ruck me as somewhat fiercely
and forces the writer to morose, with the exception of a
admit his presence in the murder- quiet scone with Miss Barrymore,
ed girl's room and the identity of srtdow ,,f the paper*! founder,
the killer. where he shows a more human
Hil fervent portrayal of tho side Kim Hunter [.lavs Mr no-
wronged man iv excellent and it gait's wife, who would definitely
is obvious that Mr. Todd ha.- fine seem lo have had the short end
acting ability and knows how to of Ue marriage stick, while Mar-
use it. Stephen Murray's role of tin Gabel is an effective wicked
the writer. ChristopBer Drew. c..ngster.
AGE
Another Talk
from London
A sequel to Usl weeks talk
over ihe BJsX* General Over-
seas Service on atomic power
will be given in Uw coming week
The subject this lima
atomic development.
The Speaker Uw-. tune will be
Or. A. S Mcfarlaiu- of the
Nation*! Institute *' i
Research at Mill Hill. North Lon-
don, whcie Isotopes I
utll .lie being u*ed in medical
research Hu talk

Isotopes are amon|
poweiful

dMgribssJ
plest possible terms bv Professor
Fred, rick Soddy H 'B*


.it 10 15 p ID OH W..r 0
the 'Msd-week Talk.
FARM AND GAKDIA
IsU t^rnnl.i
THK COCONUTM
fcVfl wi the western hemi>t hi i.-. long accustomed. En
i nun y purposes to i ur butter ami Othei
fate, rainlorood t>\ allv >ii and the cheaper cottt
. sreansg and iimiiur ungucntg for per-
sonal use, hj ;..ihapa u> uvarlook the Rrwil n
portance and essentiality of coconut oil to east. 11
ind personal us*, into buttons, cups, ladles, ipoo
Uy, and other utensils, toe
hj inter- pjrui of the trunk furnish post
.md and .alters- the roots, a dye
fabric of life generally, and has Ai.d finally, the unOUituri
been so for gensrations. it i, essence ytotds a sap from VftU
Ua\ m iiimiv case-, iheir main w-.e. vinegar or sugar even saw
the b. made Altognher. gfhg4 SB
ortumty for handcraft
itili/ni|[ ihe pewrtjded by Uns unique brta
grating th>
ITCHING1
INFLAMED
/j^SKIN
FNINIi HINTS
KIR AMATEURS
ii.a i
i it
Travel Talk-
rite the svmpalhies of anyone.
Fr Them Thai Tmppgs
.it the Plazii Bridgetown,
FOR THF.M THAT TRESPASS is
rhe dramatic story of a miscar-
riage of Justice. Starting off In
the genteel atmoNphere of an
upper middle class English family,
the scene sbtftl to the drab and
rordid backgiound of a London
slum. However, squalid as this
parl ol London osay be. the char-
There are IWQ travel talks l.

Overseas Si lbs eomini
'.v flrsl Is 'Pleasant Joui-
Wyn/ord Vaughn Tbonu
who rounds off his recent retun<
visit to India and Pakistan after
five years absence in recallli
urea countries. He leaves facts and
figures behind him to talk of art.
including the arts of cooking, con-
" I
will be hoard at 10 30 pm in
Tuesday. 29ih. The second talk is
'Return Journey lo Finland by
Edward Ward who tells I
of his return visit to the country
where ha was B.I1.C Vai Oor-
respondent in 1940. He give*
ussssssn Dm bssakgroaod pteturs
of the amazing rtaoeagj of uns
itry, sfbieh is In the
news this year as the centre of
the Olympic Games. He will
speak at 9.00 p.m. on Wednesday
30th July.
The Promenade Concerts
Broadcasts from the Royal
Albert Hall. London, of some or
the Henry Wood Promenade Con-
certs now in their S8ih Season
will be heard in ihe B B.C s
G. O. S. in the coming week. On
Sunday at .00 p.m. list' Ds I
bear a repeal of peri of the Orgl
concert of the. Season in which
Ihe main work is V.n,
a Nursery Song for Pano and
Orchestra, by Dohnann played
by (he B.U.C. Symphony Or-
chestra conducted by Sir Mal-
colm Sargeant. w i t h Joyce
Hedges at the piano. On Thurs-
day at 9.00 p.m. the violmist
Campoli will t. heard in Lalos
Symphonie Bspagnole ta (loHO
and orchestra ami Tchaikovsky m
'Ovwrtur* -funtnsla : R<
Juliet' from the same programme
will be broadcast. Anonst !"
corded prograinme will be heard
at a.15 p.m. on Tuesday with the
some orchestra and eondutlor.
Includes Haydn's 'Sinfom.-. Con-
ccrUinle in 11 Hat' tor oboe, bus-
soon, vioin,. vtoUsactUa and
orchestra, in which the OMal in
'.....
lespective section of the line
Symphony Orelie.,li.,
'Carihhcitn VoktsV
<'anl)i>ean Vaicea' on Sunday,
27th. presents a short story by
Geoffrey In-nylon of Barbados.
another by Ian Ramsay of Jamaica
and love poems by Joseph Ptoeo
of Trinidad and Horace Mitchell
of British Guiana. Broadcast be-
gins at the regular time of 7.15
p.m.
TAI.KINf. POINT
Bcf after atl whaf tcmild tli.
E'ipluh be \ci U" reasonableness?
-John Galsworthy
HAVE
YOU
TIIK
KIT4IIEX
HEADY?
Domestically,
crude product is made
primitive wuy of
immature nir.
\ing with water.
fcquee/uiK. boiliiuj
CUsed la the village,.
These simple methods \x3,\-q been
br unlit lo the West ladies by
iminigrants, and, in mat
gsaaU cmnnercial pl..nu on staii-
lar lines have sprung up com-
bstunl pig-keeping aw a side-;,
coconui refiue phu .1,,..^ r)l(1 sivri., 0| a wcU R,t.
Lid uut of luiu
ration Simple refining in athcr words give It a
method> too ai\- M.meumes prac- or at any rate a fortnightly din
Used but in the mam the eastern and in this way it will keep it
mind prefers Ihe crude article. trim well groomed
Now, ii* rigU) i export njde Ihe laboui of clipping it will be
parts consisted :> less than if this ]0b|
dried nuta for eoolenajnsry pui- is done less often. .
poses. Avlually. it l| only about Ome a hedge is neglected until!
..u lhal conuner- ll '' overgrosfi it is a tedious and
cial aiul industrial developments dWtcult job lo get it Into thaM
ensured the greater uUilsallOJi ol Map, ""I when Just c.ut after ihi
gCWl aa an important neglect ihe hedge preseiits jn uglv
i h.,ih .1 ^"I'l"'*' I"1*. Instead of Ihe nil <
tLiiow and'oiL^v:-':.^":.," E^g^-* ^ "
I >bed as the Consols of ^ J^ ,e lilk,. tl (ll.
the tost. There was a demand ovl.r ,nls htfle, lrtn, ,n,, ,ht,
ii DBS dried mil in ihe form ol sjUdSOer U| miic \-> it thai
copra (either sun or kiln dried) u |, ^,mv highly skilled job rc-
and this trade also developed In quiring great sfrength and andur-
the West Indies. Later local an. e It is nothing .1 n,.
capital was invested In BMdar.i th- hedge Is In nrder. in
milling,,: - r.i..>. in. rnore than a straight eye, a pair
with efficient crushing and the use of sharp well oiled shears, and I
of hydraulic presses the i>ulk of couple of hours steady work. Once
DM bJ is extracted. Uie remain- the hedge has been regularly trim-
Uig cake providing a valuable nu'u 'bntv or forty feet of hedge
stock feed or fertilizer. The ic- rBI "^ we" r,lPIH,d U'V anft aidr^
fined product is sold in the tore* in.:' Tvl*'"'J1",11, _, ,
of oil or made up into marg..nn0 Katphig 'he hedge in good ord
and related eompOU i M u .,
U,,'.J,,^ beCO"^ **rod.ucl, ! anon, nothing looks worse than
world wide significance. Its high ^Urlr* Keage Its neglect seem
quality and food value In relatiNi to lower the lUndard of the whol<
lo high priced butler fnt are no garden, and does more lo -j- ii ll
and. even In the general appearance than almost
United States, where there his am other kind of neglect. &
been severe crltium and opno- Bad M to ksstp MsVntd
sllion from the dairy industry, than others.
its sale Is rapidly gaining ground. Sweat Lime. Cherry. Bread and.
Animals just oannel compete wttsi ' Olive are dipped mou !
the pahn HargmrlnS Is, without easilv lhan Casuarina. These tlrvi.
doubt, a boon lo ihe harassed mentioned give firmer mou I
housewife and future develop- ev'" "t"t'^1 *nor"
... miiii.n. mi> i ..'(.. in.
nured by
0uq>
k'hukg kio>
"iimrti
ii r fnends because
"I bouisnds have
trouble* for ever
1 rbsdoB
sur ^^ln irouhl.. uk
IMM) V>hiU be .khghlcd how
< NfacTM and heals.
SB an -km com-
i MsUna Sores,
DhotN l
neiil'U ^ hui S-g*. "
osHuuuecuon /tasei
" penclts

1 DOB gc
I ur jH / f
I. ihng n l-P
DD
PRESCRIPTION
FOR THE BEST
I SUSTIFM
us*-n-uui
SILVEfi STAR'
CONGOLEUM
INSIST ON
SILVER STAR
SOLD AT ALL THE LEADING STORES

llant for While I well ker'
always .i source of adr
interest. The coconut is regarded
now as the world's mo | ImpaTs
tant food fruit.
What about the pa.m tseli.'
Opinion is divided as to
it i.s of old or in
The fact is lhal sea currents lui
to jump about and elude
she.us Of all our hedges Casua-
rlna Is probably the most difficult
to keep m good anape ret srbet
tin haaM is well kept it make
.
Rossajrlnl helges need not be
iiuite as severely trimmed a*
playad an important p-rt m t*" JStv-n-w*teUsB Wnd. lor W- di
U-ansporlUkg ihe iiul* from oiu u',",, * *Ko ,hl' "ers. whic
. .- ti_. ... .l.^..r t.....i ,t i, ..I........
atneigy
if you (! wors out. deprensd. Of
gsnerillr rua down glut or two ear of
gwcklMt Tontc Wins will qunUly rtor lost
ntr|y and tons up the wl-ole nroui iriivm.
Gividf naw vitiiii) it forufiti you igiintt hrrsf
and ihuition ind rsmaniDsr. Bucklut Tonic
Wins u Mpemllx valvsble 4(u
il".
i.'.ei ;Ti
halo
in In. ii hief heauty. a chance
phyle. thai is. It tOSBTatsa and V. i .ve.. :i. il.,wering hedge
, lt. lto, ltm be allowed to s^untrimmed
' -"ust be kept judiciously clip-
but i
qui
A i.iinfall o, ,10 ,.u., e,e:,l ^rttSJ^uS iMFlS**
distributed la considered ademia^ ^^n,,, trimming ta-
ll toe ground WlgCT asesgsdl lliu h,.dKt- needs more judginenl
nght forward ]-.
BTOVstttni uca water i on ti,; ,|i:in trlmndni the non-fl
d nevei atagnanm Hta% . kind in Tiinidmi. ihe laori
ol.i hedges are verj tOvtly, but
arc unsuitable. Tb priiiutiva mj gt bush] brpi '
the coconut was simply a n
that provided fd. drink, sht than the Bxora commonly seen In
ter and raiment. Ii nidi docs ; .1 Harbados This smallci I- l
these things and more in the .c trowt quite easily here, and ll
modern time*. U-t u- gli.n. .'Niild be quite an Idea for some-
brlefly at Its many uses. lS
ihe. huj-k wmcs coit Bbffg for
broosns cordage, brushe-.. ma .-.
' ti*.. ,ilto
uaefj for caulking; the loaves
.i lhatd i -
niir; the leaf >*U>lks yiel.i felling.
handles for tools and brushes; tho
husk may also be used as a atom -
Ing brush and together with the
vhell b fuel, the shell ta mule
In British Guiana it I
torn to have a hedge made up ol
dil'ere-it kinds <.r fiou.rlng plan!-
This novel idea might also be tried
here by some pioneering spinU-d
-odener Our Harhadiati |smkfl
aie inclined to be rather coii:.crv-
n\.. and would (>.- sU the bett
fin some hold puit to lead "
ulong new and aa /et untm
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si NDAY AI1VOCATE
-1 Ml XV. JILY 27, 1*52
IHIH
Li
ALL IS NOT WELL WITH
LOCAL CRICKET
Qollege Curry Off Hasketlxifl
Champion shi/t
Hv It. s. COPPtN
Yesterday's Cricket
KACLNG NOTES
H \Mi RERS v I'K KWK K
Wjndrrrr* I I-
l'l MkU.1
Inninr* i
and (fee
Ml
119
'
!.>ul at 228. Lucm who
haa done th bulk of iht- *connp.
I iricluiiinB two
U on the
i wag f in i.. his undefeated knock o( 47
1 idcd >i* bou
. Odfl jcruuud ilcldiiif
//v />r\\ h\iai
IS THE ANSWER

NT events in Ihe local Barbados Cricket with ,i similar fate,
gooa to prove an old con- *< 'x-md Inninus'
lenllon ol nun* that there is need for a revision of 1!" r um.
ruMl to meet present daj- conditions Defeat fen- the Pickwickian
i inevitable seeing that the;
The lclhornv at Iha Savannah hai disappeared iince last I
and now the mort casual visitor to the track can tell that something li
afoot. Not only have the hot their efforts, but the
trainers and even the hangers on. wear a keener air. Indeed it has
_ been rumoured that it Is not only the hones that get nt around this
day for 1S1 in reply to Wander- twrticularlv aood durina thi "">. certain particularly conscientious trainers, so gossip would have
en' flr innings total of 3. and neriod and ihcv nrevented Carl u believe, becoming even more wound up than their charges: Be that
force.; to follow on, are now faced _ fnvm .t.un/,:,, A ,..-. ^~ as it may, there i no doubt that Races are almost upon us. and nome
11 by wing man*- boSSry!/! attempt to analyse the form in the more important events i< clearly
Farmer and K.' L, Brookes each Justified. nrBRV
got 3 for 62 and 70 respectively.
wnili ipturad 2 for
: 28.
With a deficit of 147
aslly summarised. It con-
W,
The poaition In regard to The Ijerhy
The bask- principles of the rules rannot ba lvr lost the wicketv .jits ,n trying to find the answer to the question "Who or What can
..| but 1 should only be pushing at an open Hoad. Junior, K. A. Orccnidg*-. lUl a ' of IA. run?, bo found to beat Bright Light*'' At first tba answer- "nothing"l.'
door if I attempted to press an obvious case. I shall topscorer in the first innings with ""Ue began their second innings (hls v| aU loo MIy and, certainly on form alone It is difficult,
l> draw attention to the existing state of *9. and Edwards, their opening w.Ui C. r. UM. Mur. ovcn imposi|bifr to visualise Mr. Barnard's fill) being seriously threat-
batsman. John Goddard held OH t.-*> .i,nd ,Ln,s PJ,r "Pened conn- ened Racmg however would be a dull business if the unexpected
never happened, and I think that the Derby situation is at least open
enough to permit us to indulge In a little mild speculation
g*rt*
8H * Protect your gums and you protect your
teeth, for gum tr>>unlcs CMaM OVCt 5 Per cent, of tooth*
losscs. To promote firm, healthy gums, use Ipana tooth ; |
Ipana and Massage. Use Ipana, also, to brush your teeth extra-
white and reduce acid-forming bacteria that cau*e deenv. This
is the way to keep your whole mouth healthy; the wav you will
Dnd refreshingly different" because of lpana's mint flavour.
THE TOOTH PASTE..
REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT
ply
iffau i
HASTY DECISION
Marbados Cricket Association, through its Board of
Hani i eoattparattvaly hasty decision to change
I also shuffled teams in
: ingiiig the numltet of playing days
mines from three to two days, I thought that
this alone was ample suggestion that the entire rules governing asso-
gamea ihould 11
|\h Kamplc, tin- law which requires teams to start games at 1.00
iuIcs giltce. This has created such an anomaly
'i plain DMNM
NOT A SINGLE GAME
IP i lias commence*!
at 1.00 p.m.. within nn kno past fifteen years ami
. the 1 30 p.m. hour that this
0 that many games
'.h.iii I p.m.
Thi ..mended and the law made either 1 pjn. or
1 30 p.m. Teams which have tunwd up in time to start at 1 p.m. In
at toning : d* dubtMd unsporting and have
met with no success in having the opposing teams take the field.
i MPIBES <;i ii.ty TOO
TKERI turn rafuaad to take itj
lieid baton i N i ' I m were made
the grace cut out i tart on time.
ii i that some business houses close at 1 p.m.
on Saturdays and loyed iii Hi' 01 would be at a disadvan-
tage. Well than if tnii la considered tound ground) for axtaouaUon
than nul and tat there be some-
thing definltt .
AFRAID?
MI'IHKS ti-i have l.e.n afraid to invoke the law of fair
dad this pair _
dctermincly and .it i I Lying the pace bowling
the day. was lint* 13 "' Kdkhill and Warren comfort-
Resuming their innings at 23 abl^ Thpy had taken the score
for 1 yest U. 'hus giving Lodge a good
soon In trot kati "'"|{| "" fhm C. b William*
falling for an a : hip by knoek-
Rirkett was out for 11. and Hoad ing back Grant's stumps for
i in v.r> laseftd -l Includ
First of all, we may as well admit that at her best Bright Light
would surely outclass her field. Th. quastton then resolves itself into
whether we have any grounds whatever for assuming that she mav
not be quite at her peak. 1 think (bat MrhaM WO bava, If 04
very slenderest. Sur-!y w.- can assume that Ihe Trinidad Ji.i
g must have taken something out of her, as must the sea voyage up.
K. A. Greenidge the hero of the boundaries. Ih ami actually the nright Light like all her family, ll Boon tvp, f (Illy, the reverse
.i .:
nnings and John G lining ol the end, because.
Murraj xx i
d was caught behind the wirket bowled by F. Edgnitl afii-.
i'T Eric Atkinson.
GfHaMga t au-iu
.; a valuable 24 which
.....an iTtaa. no
bataman reached double
, figures
: on to scon
tcfore he Want at number 7.
caught b> ill Atkin-
son's bowling. His innlni
fd 7 fmn
M Foatar'l 14, the other batsmrn
.11 fell below double figures.
Drv and flaking at the top, the II UtKlM>N
,<( xxukrt playad tnckily, and th kmmkk
madhun pat i ___.__ > .
Bnpjrc has ao far gamed JU., c^Mu0n
.. ,.| may -i
This, boa i
00 absent, the innings
iftac lunch for 58.
HABaUSOM COLLEGE n.
BMPlEE
COLLEGE......1M
................ 252
of phlegmatic, and it is nt least possible that h<-r prolonged career in
Trinidad may have lust :" 'he fine edge off her Assuming this
lo be true, sire there still among the other candidates any likely to
take her measure?
Unfortunately the one with the best credentials for this task, 1
refer to Dunquerque. is unlikely to be at her bast, She is not
robust filly by any means, and has suffered more than one setback
in her preparation. It will take alt the 'kill that her connections
possess to produce her on Derby Day in a condition to do herself Jus-
lice. 1 do not intend to leave her out of my calculations by any
means, but I shall be a little surprised if she pulls it off. That leaves
us with Cardinal. First Admiral, Seedling, and Rambler Rose. Of
these. Cardinal has been coughing, and may oc may nol be fully re-
covered bv Races. He is doing reasonable gallopa, but hardly up to
Derby form so far. First Admiral tried conclusions with Bright
Light in Trinidad and I can think of T ) he should re-
form ovex here. Itambli r Hose is undergoing a most serious
ind doing so with credit, but she has disappointed before
k, ...av again. There remains only Seedling, and ll is from him,
# *" College if | (, thc sigru correctly, that the greatest clanger to Bright Light
College scored mav develop. An undoubtedly backward colt at two. he has made
PRODUCT O* RnTOt.HYU
l.
U'
ood ; > Won
becau of tfl
.. rum for vlctOfy were partially robbed
of bowlers.
for
n for 1B6 in their first Innings. The great progress since, and his veteran trainer has made no bones about
xtremely poor showing, and Bank Hall team replied yester- getting him ready for thc big race. I should certainly, If I had to.
d unfair 'his '** ** DO,lie oul '" ,n'' dJ with 253. tip Bright Light to win, but I should at the same time bear Seedling
I I I ffhan play opened yesterday, vcrv much In mind.
and E. Edwards the two .,. oCCUplad ,hf wkhwl for THE CHAMPION STAKES
batted confidently, and hwJM u UtUa over half an hour. They The form for the Champion Stakes is a lot less easy to interpret
It was obvious :hiH there was deliberate dcla> and Sl""r<', p*^JJlf1!> bo'ro tho lormcr camed ,hoir over-waak total of thanthat for the Derby. 'As we have never previously seen any of
* lagement cannot mm. l>owletl by a shoot !.-
i 4>n xx lr. tba Board of Management .....
occasions, if I raad the law eorractly they have a right to intervene A,K'"*;u", .
of this sort. 'h .?i^oii^nn?n Tnd it
T*EAMS are complaining about ^he shortness of the boundaries at ^fig batsmen av>
hands
om Eric 1M lor
ine to 196. Holder got the field perform over the distance, we must rely on our interpretation
Wkkat of the matcn of their previous performances aided by our observations of tba
yesterday. He took a good re- gallops. Even the gallops are not very straightforward, as we are
turn to dismiss Held for four, constantly being confronted with thc unexpected sight of hi
i doing
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Um
.i (hi playtni Beldl This h,i> h.id its echo in fantastic narKj8_ k
atuTnad, out of relation to tin- performance itself. caught off
This ci ihere had been ceniral com- , around from
l.laints for som. '-"n grounds and -v. xl-K could mU, on_
hardly be wrong. .....
..Mhe preparation of the wicket needs some E\el\n Ktlll Out
. ,, iii Bit nave been the obaarvatloni made by some
, of Ihe Wkkat given them on OCCaslonj when F.velyn. who WBI run
weather i ondltiona denied anything short of a perfect wicket orat innings, was out limu
ACCIDENT OK DESIGN Ihe second Inning!
IN some cases there could be no of design but accident judged a
gfftcl If the iieed haa been done. The umpires eon
function in these cases but I have yet to see any of them take this
a ...lie and a quarter or even further, instead of that old standby of
the Grandstand Clocka box to box. Th.- confusion which this en-
andtri was exemplified recently, when an experienced st<>p enrich
"- *-- " for what he considered to be a rather slow half
G. Toster was the not out bats-
man with nine |
Trie Chief contributor t<> the r^pert took the tin.-
total was Camle Smitn ml^ onIy lo ^e astonished a few moments later when the same
: na ban Lni eompteted
hlch ii
.....Id and should have made. Holdi
Thc result was that from I"'1 I
2 Wickete in V.u- second innings, c.
I 4H on the first day oi horBe passed thc winning post
play. AUeyne scored 30 and F. table mile and a quarter.
T In 99 ll.aring all this in mind, let us pass to a consideration of the in-
For li t<>k live dividual candidates. Ten are entered and with few exceptions all are
for 52 runs in 25 overs entitled, on their best form, to som > sort of a chance. The exceptions
of which -ix were maidens. H. 1 would make are Embers, who has so far showed no sign of being
took two for 30 while able to compete with the A's over any distance and Tiberian Lady
and Fields captured

i'li
I n0ldAd!,e, live from the Botl I Ol Management with reference to these three wickets fell for.^^oJJ00^ P"Pfr -
subject would ,s convincing tbe cricket playing 5 runs, leaving Pi.ksick at the b^ndaries
public that ti Board of Managemenl is no) an aloof austere bodyOaal end of th* day ': pi..
nf the B I vith nti abiding interest in local dOTm. and M
cricket and some understanding and sympathy with the problems Wanderers first innings total
that must LnevK * '' ff
I'OI.I.ECE IIASKI.TUALL CHAMPIONS
Y congratul.t k go out to Harrison College who have
top ored
3. He had
. his credit.
th 5 of Dnvton played
iN-hiiui the
to whom the"same criticism applies. To 1h.se might be added Slaintr.
although there is no doubt thnt at his best he would have had a rea-
fnr sonablc chance; but one doubts whether he can hope at this stage to
ten regain his voulh. Flieuxce might be the next on our elimination
w list, but for the fact that she has been going so well at exercise. A
i>ie<>-t'(i soft ^ack on Race Day would put her in with an outside chance.
BTr:n Red Cheeks is a bit of a dark horse, but I cannot fancy her seriously
KODjnsoii. on tnc amount of WOTk i nave Men ncr d0 xhe brilliant Rebate does
BARBADOS TUM CLUB
IVX ". .,, L I K.-tball Challenge cup this season. '''' '
i i ,,.- u:.i ihey hsnra won by th* irritating - i:ii the IlaiiMdos Amateur Football AsSOClaO< ri
rules as well, award by goal averafe seems to be the most practical
- ..warding a championship between teams who are other-
: on points. -
Carlton, fwm whom the CoUesja team won OB |0eJ average will
receive a sponl.it of sympathy from basketball fan* m
i ITUrnaUncea and then affOrt will b.-commended even more when
- li learnt thai the Carlton team is a comparatively young basketball f'ARI.TON v.. I.OIK.I-.
lawn .. .... 0 SPARTAN vs. POLICE
li., KnOCkOUl l .rj.tition starts this week and as each team has Osrlton (for k kts. deel d) iZ
of ihe season's competition His not easy j^Kr 81 and S6 SPARTAN 141 S. (for 2 wkUl 12S
to predict the winner. ., mm ,.......v ' V. \\i '- roi.K I; .................. 1
WEIGHTLIFTIN<> SHOW PLANNED neni wae"unolaykbU at Black
J t3.
Denis, Atkinson bowli
well m ihe first inning
for 46 in 18.S overs iOUl of those
the '. i
only i* runs,
Hi* brother Bite alao/took 1 fog
..
In the second Inn:.
Atkinson took 2 for 26 in 11 overs,
white L. St Hill took 2 for 22 in
12 overs. .
. pener. uot his team off to no, lmprPM as n ronc nnd n ha]f nonw Jinu i should not be surprised
a good start with 56. jf 9ne is no( scnt> fhe remainder would 1 think pose a problem to
Claude Lewis, the last man /n nny bookmaker anxious to lay their true odds. For my money, the
for Empire, however bl Ofiatstent and genuine Landmark would be lirst choice, but Doldrum
play, lie acored fours has been going so well that she cannot be left out. Nor for that matter
off three oonaacuUve balls of Mr. r;i|, Firefly or Notoolte; but mv seln-tion (made a full week
Sam Headley's last overthe Wt Races) would be Landmark.
lay. Ah well! I shall keep this article by me until after RBO I
Mr. If. most sue- wonder how many of my closely reasoned ronelu-ions will look by
eessful bowler for College. He then. % ____ _____________
took live for 76 in 16 overs. M. ----------------------------
play than he was yesterday. Tuhfr Tfnnt* f
Police were all oul about 20 min-__________________
Simmons also had a very pood
day. He bowled 17 overs ami
took three wickets for 48 runs.
utes before lunch.
Bad Start
able to secure
Spartan were off to a bad start
.ith thc early loss of S. Griffitt:
vho was adjudged l.b.w. to Drad-
ed. ,
Seml-finafa
Tomorrow
Table
ni-nnals
RACES
SATURDAY, 2ND AUGUST, 1952
MONDAY, 4TII AUGUST, 1932 (BANK HOLIDAY)
THURSDAY, 7TH AUGUST, 1952
SATURDAY, 9TH AUGUST, 1952
the Police pace
Mullins and BradUUW
V'::'/.".:',.'.,.":.;,',.',7'.'.',' ;,'w";!.,"':'.';;, ','"";'."';.'.]'".''!....,-. -;. .1. 1 ......-1 ,.:- w* ~Sf*g'.J?^S?J v'": ":,.*SrH9llJfi!
otwn >mUUd clulM lnB Hot back eiuW Uxle bU- l'-'' !>"' "P Um Kood lotal ot 1S3 was evident that they were al- mM Lincolu w'onvll whUa Rcj
THF Hurbados Amain i WcmhtlininK As> m.mmnth show lo tak. pi c. >l Un F.npitc Theatre en August ,a,ly n l,w,.wn<,n. "J, hd "f "' "J?"''1 Or** A and B nnd Ladles' Dou-
mammoth show to laKc ,, ^ ew LodM School by second day of Their match against But then G. N. Grant and Atkins b|f5 championships will be played
m.l.t.lllft~. ,,,, hard for this show since UK WMiiiir. . mlnlo and 91 i n at the Park yesterday came together in a fruitful second . ,hc Y.M.C.A. to-morrow night.
1 ih,. torm of iport ii rapidly lalBlnj pcyuiarttji -'i"1 W Ui some nhc.id of the cbeduled ttane.
brlbuta to the plooeari that while thel
inu entei e mp< I I
----------,.,. , ttk. & 'ZZn'Zxl" ".',: ""The-nrsTdiyorpiaysaw Spar- had to keep on the "fast bowler. *.
.^ ,.,.,,.J". rL'-V'i.- u ,i ii r,t nf ,t> 195J t *,,V. '"> roul"" >" '" '<"*> '" P~'"'')' Mulllra who bowled, 16 The games In the B Class are:
BARBADOS I'llll KKl UEAOI K win plaj the nr.t ofita 1K maiden. , whr N eVentu- overs, as the spinner, were in- George King vs. D. duller and D.
" if^? J. U nol out. and K. cflectlve and costly.
...... rntarnv .,,, then!' from
-4-B,-S :M^nc,S'o(
ir*, which he H.t L.. 111
M DePelMandGuyKlrton. Both of th ull Farine,.,
nock of 38 nt number
live, helped Police to gain the llrsl
Innings lead. When he .vent t
without the services of C Dc Pclza and Guj Klrton. Both of these r,
i .,, <-r feet wteket, c B willii im 10and
" Of Ihe playeri who took part in Ihe H'M- big games last season, h. Cox who had I
,i le. Also Ashton Blackman. the t\in account, can I
Mullins off whom 28 runs were
scored for one wicket, held a good
lenitlh and kept down the BCOr-
Auhei vs. C. Hcndy.
Ruth William* and J. Clarke,
the Queen's College double pair.
will play Hence C.loumeau and
p Humphrey ot Y.M.P.c.
The paitnei-l.ij
ith thc score at I
was broken
by a brillis
nd who can hit the
tcran stage will bi
i Blackman. the m,, account, earned the h .. to ., . v?- "Z," ii, to ,'L"C iT f '."T" < r"l -
S Ur;uu\ 19\whrn '\"' ^&^iSf^8d3i Few** Hags
in charge of Hie Iirookes into the cafe hands of IK. 1m rf fnn M<4. ,v,,,hs,v '"*'"*" .w,s_^, * "-
Thc incoming
Harrison helped
Kinislen: Fe
flags will
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. Kldard now in the v.tcian lteg will Ih> in charge of the u,,,kcs Into the Mfe I indl Ol ,ll(. ,,, ,. ,,,i|r WICKct5> Anolhe:
team, wick.-' pi Ol at to bruuj hM | .-.,,,,,, whoee leal minute itaai
OIIORTUNITY inningg to a cloae. He had con- r ,,h.able to Polic,.; m^'Io lake the score"to lS'tor Wnn'ta toil outpost" of tho
Ooportunicj wUI ba given to k Mali mi ol St Catherine who ,ributed a vnluaW* vsho WM howled fl Irisin. 1 w ki At the Empire becauso it will cost moro
. e.,!.,.....i ult of hit perfemaiwejilaat *** three boundaries, b) King. la-*S\hedi^oSyA\kia%wll to wave xhtm- Twenty per
,nd in addition he acored the Fi;(nk k,,,,, rtlm tok four ' "' Harrison 20^lV.th not out cent. more. For, through an
M of the playeri to win a InniiiK- f I"-"1 foi (i runs In u over. M and Hflrrlson 20' both not ul- 0tfersight by customs offlcera
> M -.-,.., No''1 l-uca'* J'ned Williams and jj bowler. Slack fielding from the Police drafting the new tariff rates, tho
Ihe playeri who should be watched > Green Ol Middlesex this pair took ll* tilUlpe took three for 35 in 13.5 players, were in some measure one-time duty-free Union Jacks
who is reported to be the fastest bowler Men tor the season. The the double century mark and >. Bowen two for 34 responsible for Spartan's 1^3 must now pay an ad valorem
quite naturally include W. A C'-'^; of^H.ingers who ,.n, sUn together when the in- m 12 ovei Bowen was more runs. holidaying with her relatives at

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SUNDAY, JULY M, 1*42 "^
SUNDAY ADVOCAT*
PAGE FIVE
OLYMPICS
More Records Broken At Helsinki
League Cricket Notes
BARTHEL WINS THE
1,500 METRES
Mr. T. A. D. (tele Ad vert win, Managi i of the Adtoa d it-
is at present in llekinki covering ike Olvmpn (. ..u,-
HKI-SINKI. July M
AT HELSINKI to day -i' was rather u toon
although the march <>l records amitlnilW It M quit* possi-
ble that nut Mnct the first games have au many record*
bean established Already everybody has lost count, but
no doubt someone will compile a list when it is all avar.
So far in all the sections of the entire game* Russia is lead-
inf on points with the USA. second
Today the track and field events began with the De-
cathlon which as I write is still going on As was expected.
Bob Mathias of the U.S.A. is leading, but his compatriots
Campbell and Simmons are not far behind
The afternoon * ** win by Inches from the American
with the ladies shot putl and the From the rath* quid
4 by 100 nuttrt relay heats In the which hu win received ttwai
former, anothw world record w*. clear thai moat peopk did n.*
set up. Russia once again inmni know who ww winning H and
the Ooid Medal with OaUna were probably coriultin,, me
Zybina who put the weight 50 numbers in then uriMraanaasfl
feet IUj .none* Thi. u lurthe. Bui Barthel voToh huTpwiU
inan the best done by son* men. and Du turn of 3 mil
Second was Marianne Werner of seconds lowered LovaiseVi
Germany, third Klsvdija Teche- Olympic record* b> s much as
nova another from the U8&B 8 4 seconds He was 2 2 seconds
nnd both of these a* well as the outside Gundei Haw's world
fourth and firth in this event all record. win ,. (, w .. ,.i
broke the old Olympic record of thought of Barthel m the likclv
45 feet 1 v4 inches. The Russian winner is prohably due to the fart
women are obviously as strong if that Britain's Bannister bv his rc-
no* stronger than they were said ,-ordg m England and Americ.
to be by'nearly all sports writer? over a mile was considered
before the Games. almost a certainty. Lueg of Ger-
Surprnlng fteult many had also gained plenty of
But the most surprising result publicity with hi.s world record
in the Games came off to-day over this distance only a few
when the little considered Joseph week* ago. But BaiuVl won both
Barthel of Luxembourg won the his heal and Semi Final The final
1.500 metres. No doubt a num- order was Barthel, McMillan u!
ber of people were sorry to see the U.S.A., Lueg ot Germany and
the name of the great Jack Love- Roger Bannister of Britain. Bun-
lock wiped off as the holder of the nulcr who claims that he can
Olympic record, but there was no only run one oi two very good
uni-eitainty about it as the flrsi miles per yeai certainly ian one
eight in this event all finished in of his beat to-day, but it was not
better time With tha Steeplechase good enough.
yesterday It ranks as the greatest Ladies' 200 Metre*
record breaking feat of the The last final at the Olympic
*mM Stadium today was the Ladies'
, I ?*V , ^'ST1 up- Tmcl from ^ 'r*tre*Tand In this Muijoi-,
tart to finish. The order changed Jackso,, handsomely won but nut
several times until the new world a* easily as she aid In the Svini
record holder Werner Lueg of futab yesterday whan' she broke
Germany took over w.th about ,. world fW)ord Hw u f
he began hi. final sprint on the *f.r * ,b> ^* *j,ro **".
last band It looked as if he was d,d l*-2 *? " "f^**- ia
the certain winner. Roger Ban- WH? "' Kadeihoa Khmykinu
nistar and Robert McMillan of *nd 'ourth Winsome Crtppt of
the U.S.A. were prominent at this Australia who both did 24.2, once
time and Barthel and Prances El e/",n boating Mr* Blanker.
Mabrouk were chasing them Koens old record.
Home Stretch Tne firsi heals in tin 400-mcti.
Coming Into ihe home stretch rPlay were also run. In the
MrMillan. Bannster and Barthel hitter the Jamaican team quah-
were all gaining on Lueg McMil- hed easily wiUi time of 3 min-
Ian caught Lueg first and juv. utes 12.1 seconds, but both the
when he looked like winning, U.S. and Germiin teams did
Barthel pulled out something ex- better times in their resixrctlvu
tra and passed both of them to heats which they won.
Olympic
Summaries
Me*,.
8. Sim w*' kaa-auo si i
I* TSa BaLssria*. tea
Shi **> .Art *.*. '-irfil
i-a. Uw kulmnan* bid im tN
ana Imii. ,. lit. Olymei, Court
* Mifc rni..
rull i-at Poflqeal MX la two in *
In bMk hiviiI niuad Han* Hail
NW b. kiuil J Pwluul f P^rlUB.]
bawaaUM issa.l afl M^uM W Ih
Th US -..-.
ad tar * i*,
WM rwuna at (ha Ottrapu nrni U-U
U.r.im Boa^nia m aaU lo Ihr-
i raunt >a ih. ritinii>aiu>i.
i*Tmiiv ,t.im r.i.u -.-,. *n

I"" Otrauw 4S44 IStli
shu mi ll". Biiiou
'mil*, il'ctiunli
-
By -< niiiiuii.
Big Games
Fu-st of the scries of the DC L
big game will begin b
P.C. grounds when an
otlicial League team Mill tiki
team reprvsenutivc of U
mediate division ot the Barbados
Association. Although
ithia is an unofficial fixture i
should serve some un-ful purpx>~i
.nid ought to be a regular fixtuii
between the League and ttu
Barbados Cricket Association. It,
the first place it would provitu-
an opportunity for the In termed,
iites lo stake a claim for any of
the players in this division f-
consideration in the senior gra i Al] it w. i
'.mgexpei
ence In representative crickei. Al
matter of fact there should be
more man ana al ihem- uno:'i-
ai go Unit whan gM i
Htal H.I'A. vs. B.C.L
; -Kue will haw
l ii <1 iu (test players to place In
the field against the [aland XI
HO. Cilia .ra.la.i4' 41IS
HM4TMMIN Ha MITRIS lllnii||.
tit.I N..|
mn 'Om$many> IS Tnd
SSSSa Hral
BBS In>n>
IS I .'>iaiMI> 17 1
-HI*I'1IM. i.. Mllni. IHSI .l,|
l.r.. Hl itl kSM itm ,.i,|, ,.,
aasMassi
lei Hamaaurhl 'Japan' M iw. tnd
Minin .rrDi.c-1 M> ^i S.,l N ibi-i 0*3 Sill Munli .Mi-mcot Wh
i. t,i,u,u tWalsadli i ossga
iSpstnl! UK Huch ilafMli
I l N< INO
PaSSSSS M.-. far. "taalSaal
i. ptaaaaaurt IS, Dtnaaath
i r C'.-Uch* L Ancn t
UMimarh Carnrra I. Swanr Lund I.
Il'i.licr 0. Kfunhol
KiivSlia Tocharuiva hio* the
Op'mpic word in th* ladlaa' ahM put
in Ihr .Malllylna runO with a throw
rf I3SS ,ptr*- TTp old mark of U.n
m I -( bx Maix,- M Oatartnlvyai in
roairN's huot rcT -riKAl-
a iUHHi i*ss new world
r..rd Snd Wn, natnianv, Ujjfj
km Tuchvnova lt#J 1th Kill*.
Ui-rma,,.. HM sih William. iNtw
laalaiaSj
IOI a Bl VITHI SSLAT
Flr.l I..M
The &,! inrve Inmi In rath Kaal will
rath
riral HaM, lat I's* HI: i.,d rt.ncr
Fmla.4 41
Ida 423
eeond 11. at H tain 4| i. bid
ll| II ..- V S A III ,1- (1..I- c-..,
MJt Sth Auil
(LB
alHHIM, II
Ha
"I I III 11 11
tin arn arAt
l-t ClrVlanS IUnll..i
Japan* &s last,; ltd
MS
(ARItON .. LODOI
OarHaa IM Ii.Ua*.
f M MrKnDi i- nroska b WllKIr St
W M.iahall c rarmar b Brook*. SI
H St C tlutf hlitnon r Ooddard b
Hi.~-m 4
O Hulchinaon < Walch t> WUkl*
F Edahlll c Murray b Farmer a
J a Wiiiian. c&ii ranaar t
O Edfhlll c Brookta b Psnaar 0 M Woi
C 8 Wllllami not OMt .
H Co* c iw k Oranti b K t
fsSSSSal
N 8. Luass rial aut........
Catiaa b S. 1 b I. I
Total i for B wku docld
SCOREBOARD
HABSaSON IOI.I4l>r ta larikl
Ma****** -.11.,. im l>.alaa> m
r Hope c HuSdar b Uaflcr % r
I I" Tudor atpal sting .
C Smith c Hum. b King 4B
HlackriMn c (w k DaftO*, b ,
F1*ldi M
p lleadlrv I. Barker 1 M
Allryna c HoMnaoii b Barkai ?
[i oul
Simmon- b Dark.
a iiawitt i i,
G F*"trr aot oul
C Haid t and b Hold*.
Exlraa
Taial
B"W1 INn ANALYSIS
BoWLTNU ANALYSIS
H Wrl
i
IV
J
K htook.
H WUkl* > i
1 Kurmer ... II
K Ooddard I
i.otir :i\4 lauUaai
C B Orant b C B William.
. St Mufiav b F BdShlH -
Bfl O WIlkM b V 11 William.
nroofeaa B Uueaa b C
..lllaaw .................
_ Farmer noi out
H Welch Ibw C B WHIlanv.
It L Ooddard t J wnil-n.. r
Wllllar
* QV i.:... bC B Wlilf
4. A C llulaon i
II llaikn |S
C Lew.. n
s Kuclder t
A Hold" IS S
! Field. U
King SB
W Draytun
O BobMMan
rail of wlekeU I lor f 1 lor ?a
lor SB. 4 for IIS, lor IM. (1 for IM.
for ITS. S lo. IM, 9 I
BaaMre lat___
ll SaDinuii b Mr Headlev
C Hunle b Mi Haodlaty
&De|>eiu b Slnunona
Draylen r Wonae b Mr Haadlay
0 Field.
A HokMf run oul
S Riiddi'r t Held b Slniniiiiin
I'll KHIl k < VNI.IHt M-
- isstran i.t inDi>(. i
I lakl ISI ant ., a whU.I I
rtekwlek l.i laalr.a>
F L O Hoad. Jnr. c T. Atktnaon
b D AtU
I Edward' b J Cortoin
Blrketl r tub b R Lawlaaa
K aroenldS* e b I, I) AIV".p
I D Ooddard t >w k Kiwlei> b
E Atklnaon
I
rt Greenldte b D Atkinr>
U Fnaler c Proverb. t> D Alklpaon
T lltiad c S b T. Alkln.0,1 *
f White not oul
H Jordan r aub b n Alkinaon
I
Total
Fall ol wleken 1 101 :i 3 for 43. 3
I .r . a for TS. .1 lor III S for 111 1 In,
IM. S for IM. lor IM
B.C.L. Team
The B.ll. team began a team
b. ildiii.

What is morr Um taan b<
ginning to show signs of knowing
Iti rnerabsfi
to each oihei
ui-emng of this year's serlss. the
B.CJL Mill be without tba aai
Vtcat of DePrizn who has )olnci
Empire C C OttJ Kirlon who baa
1 fOOMd Empire C.C. These are
just two of a long list of player*
io have migrated from B.C.L
cricket to lll.A. cricket, ami
witch goes to prove that the
1 1 important a nursery
as Harrtson College, Comhermere
ti d Lodge School. The la*agw.
will (entre Its strength aroun.I
tli.- Captain. Kenneth Ooddanl.
Asiilon Blackman. the Sob* is
brothers and W. A Clarke of
It infers wh m;ule lw0 cunsecu-
livo centuries this season. An
orportunlty ,. being given to K.
V.iloney (St. Ciithrnnei (Ini-:,
1 Middlesexl IWurne (Lanm) and
Browne (Kendal). Green Is oon-
taat bowi-
era In the Leueue lonj aw
Minuld make use of the oppor-
Uinlty. Maloncy score,! tin- 1..r.
eat number of run. last season
""t.iuied the bent average and
won a prize for the first haUnnn.
to score three consecutive 3t>\
List season. Brown >f Keiulnl
'lines back Into the team iifte
(Living failed at Bank Hall In
the last big game. He has been
making some good score* ami
>iice the stage fright phase has
. letMi overcome he should l* lo *
|io-.]tlon to Justify htx selee'lnr
for M
. M .. !*' -
gar BkOM in the aecond with ISS.
This, hoa
enough to win the game
Dam-: i 1 US and
M for 3 to better the
80 and 1S3 by White Rose. A.
Blackman 40. Lucas 43
heit scores returned by St An,:^-
Une batsmen
Auolher Century
Another cenlurA reconlod
Saturday when C. Rogers hit
121 for RadchrtY against Rangers
it it is the fbMrtfc mi. cantttT]
- Mor. Jim .issi'-c! n.idclifle
lie line total of 280. In
to Rogers' effort. Green-
.dge hit 56. Forde 55 snd Neblett
vT At the close of play Rangers
fata wickets for "o runs.
th.- iHh.i gjBRMM "f lliiN divi-
s" Middlesex also Beared the
ble, getting 228 ~B~f"T Adv>>-
Cralg top scored with 77 and
Km 45 i
i- ir turn al the crease, Advocati
vere all out for 114. veteran Of
Mam, namaan Boklar, led ti:
* with 45, Rudder for MkktMf-
:< lor 3.1 and Harding 3
SI Mullinus ..no Chamberlalr
l>arativet>
Uasfkt ill imlaiialn were
I
red this with a score of
40 for the loss of '.> wickets at
reh phoni
"f thiilli
wtuoh "ii' ban dosninauHi
i
Blsrhrn took .1 for :>2 and T.n
2 for 17. Ii, then turn at the
^ i. Ket Telephone failed to obtain
i : | lni kga lead and nail lor 11
:
ii ran tha men who shared the
1 i vllng honours. At UM
all Itillrn.l i van '12 for Hie
kels. The game
I M refore l nulte an open otM,
ila-rty had the brtter of the
m agnin.1.! I'ctrolium Market-
Ubortj "nh .i seoro of 101
it in than bowlers t" alaot
side in a good poslti
I they did in handsome man-
dismissing Petroleum for 34.
ckman 5 for 4 and Hope 4 for
were the bowler ho .......I
IWol
the
Slender lent
JULY 27
NO. 234
The Topic
oi
Last Week
A NAl VHIV
AUtinton it i a
.-..nun 3 1 S
Alkinaon ID 1 3 4S
Lawlaaa 4 1 t
i 1 M
Bl Hill 1 IS
Flekarhk i.d lnl-,.
1. G Hoad. r. b g AUtlnaon
AUlaaoa b
i: Alklnuxi
D 0dd i
While 1 ! *, b It Hill

Evelyn run out
Victories
fn the City and Central divi-
sions victories were scored with
time to spare. Rangers declared
at 317 for the loss of 9 wickets
and then dismissed Yorkshire for
70. to win the game by in in-
nings. Barker 3 for 15. Plnder 3
for 5 and Skecte 3 for 5 were
it ringers' best bowlers.
In the Central divlsi>m St
Luke's proved no match f t Km
dnl, the present cup holders and
nob* dismissed for scores of 3t
and 106 as against 141
Romans1 212 also proved !<-'
'ormldable for St. Augustine S<
I > thi- South. Soar I
.icudei nine run le _
Ciinhridge. Score* were: Searles
Ub and Cambridge 12,1. Sydney
look UN lead with a score
of 106 against Lane* who fell foi
In the Windward Division. Sus-
- it dareatod ixfocd ui a
<- while Susaes A are
id" Sari in a utrtisgle with Hi
Cnthsrino that may well deter-
llajllliaHlMI of the Cup
m ' I'h,aine gepftd joi and at
'!" li.iwing of stump* Sussex
Wra 4 for fl.
Small Grounds
Mr kiu.w thai the qjubb-
m ill ground) In n laUon
t'i the value of boundaries ha*
had the attention of the BX4.
i wns decided to fix the value
of tin- l-iundiirios At all grounds
1*m Carrington vlJlagai ground ii
in the eategnry of twos and fours
Teams adopt 01 any i it ber valu-
ation do so at Uieir risk Certaml.
HD record scored at around
ben the bound
higher valuation than that agreed
ponaored by
1 S K BAKERIES
maker, of
ENRICHED BREAD
end the blender, of
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PACI MX
SUNDAY AllVOTATK
rUrSDAY. JULY 27, 152
i or \\ oin:>
m ONLY!
HA! HA!
SO THE GMS THINK T1IFV C N KEEP US OUT, eh? but here a
xran.l Up on the quiet f. lias ll I 'Little Winnon' sniffs luipieioiisly
afl>r your night mil with the boys, itive hei *lI* pn i ti
Mid a kissa grano Dew: Suck BO AMPI.EX tahlet a day, boys, and
you can spree every merit mil: hreath veel M
Mary's just landed me onebut 1 II be back.
SURE HE'LL U n.u K | t. favourite
dishes. With AIR-WICK in my kiuhen I can
relax in comfort. No unpleasant cooking
smells in MY home now The g), ls JS sweet
as -yours tmh Tii,,i Mi ,
oh yes, he'll be back. AIH-VMCK reallv
makes a difference in the home.
eihe STARS
Y 111" It IMI1VI1M \i MMUMCOn
^ LOOll hi tM tMCM hi Vhidl vur birthday roinri and flnd^T
tinQ to the stars.
Ar '(K M SHAV. II l.V If, \M j-
A RICA Mercury most favourably ai
March 21April 20 today, i.n-minlng for keen
WIIATSlOOkliNGLN
THE klKIIFN

TUBTLB
.ucay people
n,
TAUBUB
April 21May 22
GEMINI
^T May 23-J-in.
SO, THIS LS" A GALS COLUMN AFTER ALL! Like
to posse's my abundant energy, girls* It's eas .
Keep health;, ind trim, using the gcn.k, safe laxa-
tive. MEDII.AX Pot INNER CLEANLINESS you
can'l beat MEDILAX you'll take life in your
stride, and oh boy, just listen to Ihe lads whistle)
I'D WHISTLE A GAL ANY DAY Travelling Sales-
man I am. My line'' SPA BRUSHES. Finest on
the market. Toothbrushes, hairbrushes, baby
brushes. SPA BRUSHES are the finest in the world,
cheap loo. My old girl's teeth art like the stars
they come out at night. SPA have brushes lor them
too! .IINlrM
ARE THE YOUNG MARRIEDS PUSZLEDt
(To rMBal to be. For those who bell
In family planning we recommend
RENDELL-FOAM. Dainty and safe,
thl3 contraceptive tablet Is one of the
beat. Use RENDELL-FOAM once and
>oull use it always Safe, sure, and on
Mil i'verywhere.
CAN I SAY SOMETHING NOW. OTJCLatT
See my new hair-do. Pcrcival says it's
too hlgh-falutln' hut It does stay put. Ah
jus' tore BANDBOX ALMOND OIL
SHAMPOO. You can do just onyihlnp with
your hair afterwordsdid you say some-
thing. Perclval?
Ah didn't say a mutr.blin' v\ D.i > hh:
"Olrli, we gotta ca?e ittth numiiar in our
oltire now Use? UANTTilfW to -hut "h 1 .>'
DOM bet bail Ulttr, IITs this nrw Bandbox
COLAIRmakes your hair sparkle like dia-
*=^BW^'"' tiionds. Try it, girls. COLAIR by Bandbox.
^> mil- u Any dilneullyring our office. Me, not the
girls. ITCO 5009."
Don't mind little Samson down there, he's been up
all night walking the new baby. Never happened
to me. No Sir! Always had good old WOOD-
WARD'S GRIPE WATER" handydid the trick
every time. Try it Sammy old boy! And don't
forget to put the cat out. SayIs this supposed to
be a wlmmins co/amnf Fiddlesticks !
Sole Agents ror-erinfl this column, INTERNATIONAL T11ADING
CORPORATION LTD., Coleridge St.. Tel 500B.
CANCER
June 22 -Jnlj 23
LEO
July 24-Aug. 22
. VIROO
fC Aug. 23-apt. !
LIBRA
Sept. m-Ocx. 1
MCORPIO
Oct. 24Not.
entiil alertness.
Do aiitiMi church first, you will enjoy yourj*^
day baUe.
* ,.
incompatible "r*
highly sponsor-, reading. !.
* *
; Inclinations with your Mercury .
well asp-a and hci|.fuia
Uavially are. you can do a lot of
good at home and in your community.
* *
A mild day say your stars, but If your pro-
llnly you can .
supply ina'. and l>c In the swim of things. 3^
* ^
teal for Sunday IntaraaU, recrea-ar
i li. t h'Mi- ;ifTalrs.
You In B] l.iith in God
and our great cause. >?/-
*
Fine Indications here it should be happy^
> church, do enorag as J**
you should then ciijov free hours.
* *.
Neither exciting nor too slow tendencies. *T
hi. id in rnarrj ways i ek-aae. l-end
your very eiilei'.ainini; qualities lo a>d .
children, okl.-t' I Jr
*
:he time to slow down, vi< cheer-
fully, calmly. Take due real and recrea-
tlon when you can. Urgent duties fav- ]f
are some very b th, ualw I iimot a<
: who are lucky enoug
raaJ these recipes will u
Jus. as good, at
. make it taste jut lia
turtle and you can cook turtle taste )ust like vaal. e>
I part of the turle which
has a iishy taala.
to cook turtle is
to curry it, and 1 gave you my
c- pe on curry some time bacK
with the different ways to emA
rice.
TURTLE SOl'P
Far Six People
1 Ifaa. 11 turil.- or I calf's head.
Marjoram
Thyaat
Paralaj
Onion. 1
Tomato paste, 1 teaspoonful
Bovril, 1 teaspoonful
Hum or Sweet Vermouth, l
very small glass
PUBBM l
a| ham (lean)
1 slice of ham (fat).
If you use turtle:
Put the turtle ha boo with sorna
water and when almost cooked
add the parsley, the marjoram,
the thyme, the chipped onion and
the 2 slices of ham. Let all cook
in til billing point, then take off
r,d put the saucepan In
:i warm spot for .ihout 1 of an
}, ur. Sie\ Ihe broth now and
than, add I laupooBfld of con-
centrated tomato paste. I teaspoon-
ful of bovnl and l.' -very'thing
It Is Important To Be Fashionable
.ured
Bv DOROTHV HARKI.l.V tres* Dorothy Tutm las Cully
HiNDON. Cardew). WOia deliKhtfully de-
A gala film premiere always mure white organdl* dress pat-
boil again for another '? hour, brings fonh a Kala display of en- tcmed with tiny blue flowers. It
When you ore ready to erve. the turtle m small squares and latest fashion. Bui many In the long-sleeved, with enormous puffs
prur the broth over it. Serve audience at the premiere of Oscar to ,n(' plaavea, and a wide hV
'iih toast or with small me-.it- Wilde's delightful farce 'The Im-
eummerbund
the waist. Its
So suits and dresses in this ma-
terial were all of the dresimaker
variaty with tucks, folds and
drapes rather than intricate pleat-
ing. Dresses had low double
buttoning, long, cuffed
sleeves, and skirts folded into soft,
unpresned pleats at back and front.
^ BAOITTARIU8
"r* Nov. 23Doc 90
CAPRICORN
Dec. 21Jan. 2f
AQUARIUS
Jan. 21-fob. 10
things ^l
thouKht to^
V*ou iii Bnd ancQuraB n
right to do. Oive more tr
.. ur spiritual naadi, to improving a baalth-
' dam, ,.
* _ *
be to your liking but do rempwbi'r
Utday and prayer*, church attend-^_
ra dUI God in thanksgiving lot all^
Ills blessings.

No need for rushing or extreme* Keep on
.tails the size of a nul which you
: hi bulter or margarine.
If you use the head of a ca'.f
instead of turtle:
Put the head to boil with some
water. When cooked, take all the
Lit and the lean pieces and leave
only Ihe jelly-like part whicn
Turns Ihe outside of the head.
poirtance of Being Earnest"pla'ved modern counterpart was a dress Grey dresses were glvao u new
a trick on the wizard of fashion. 1 the n.ucsi white nylon with a seasons touch with black velvet
They hod delved deep into theati
cal prop cupboards and grandma's
wardrobes. And in place of the
newest fashion, they won
Victorian costumes portr.mil in
the film.
The crowd in the foyer of the
cinema looked like the Clav Nine- fashion changes, the more
Let this Jelly coo!, under some ties suddenly enme to life. Wornen mains the same!
weight. You can then follow the worn Imnrobabls -birdcage" hats _. ,__
^ recipe by adding the parsley etc. piled high on the head, suits with trench OmugOB
*T" When you are ready to erve. cut sprigged muslin blouses and ankle London
blue pin stripe. It also had a blue collar and cuffs These were In-
cummerbund and a high buttoned variably partnered with u spotted
neckline, but || had none of the silk scarf-cap and gloves. Typical
frilly fussiness. Its is the one illustrated here in grey
warn neatly capped and vlgoroux.
the skirt was ballet-length.
^ FlftOBft On
~ Feb. 20Marcb 20 arlUl
disposition, and do think deeply of
vour soul's welfare. Today can l>e a happy^
you and loved ones.' **r

hole .i cheerful, IntaraaUi penodf_
natters requiring brightness "f nunil.-^
entertaining quaUttee, roodtrur, rttlni
among-top favoured. ^i
tho head of the calf
squares which you will add
the broth
VFAI. OR Tl'RTI.K WITH
SAUCE
For Six People
2lbl <>f veal or turtle.
Butter, J ozs.
I or margarine
Cocktail -into -evening dresses
had haltcr-necka and sllm-fttting
i were worn with little
matching boleros. Colours are
richer and more exotic than pre-
viously. Antique gold duchesse
YOU BORN TODAY
^jniut taaanted, Hay have to
v t\.*. h^rf KVhrl tjtth'p l Til t\
aeoalUvc, eourtaoua, gyrnpatlMtle,
,i i i to look loo much '< Jt
the past and perhaps to doubt others' sincerity occasionally.
You have bright years .ahead and. with faith and prayer, should
accomplish a great deal. Prayer your great aid a'ways. Ihrth-j*.
i .
irot
'dote: Alexandre Dumas the Younger, 1*1
ellst, dramatist.'
*********
BY THE WAY...
Onion
Thyme
Marjoram
I'arsley
Whule tomatoes, 1 tin
Water
Bovril, I teaspoonful
Pepper
Flour. 1 teaspoonful
Hum
jajnaU length" skirts. Thai) .-scorts, as Of late, top London and Paris satins," peacock" tinsel voiles, and
- of the 'nineties, wore couturiers have been designing green and gold striped shantungs
long flowing black capes over cor- special collections for wholesalers had All the eastern richness ol
rectly cut tweed suits with high A group of Paris designers known saris. A sleeveless lame blouse
while collar and stock, or the as the "Couturiers Associes" de- added richness to a black velvet-
striped blazer, striped tie gad sign regularly for a chain of Lon- cen cocktail dress-and-bolero and
while flannels of tin Lie V Quaan'l dress- a gold lame halter-necked horlice
torian trnnls "uniform." maker, Norman H.irtnell. who has went with u black gros^rain suit,
designed for an English whole- Metallossc. 'he new cock:.iil
But llM-n came the turn of the saler for 80BM ve.irs. recenllv djr- material, added further richness,
wizard of fashion to ply his craft cided to ex|.ort ills designs to It \i a quilted n.aterial with a
(with I-ondon .in-- Paris. bubbly effect. Illustrated Is a
dlth out In the limcliRht). To pre- Now Pierre Balmoln has de- cocktail dress in black-shot-bronre
vent V|?torian fashions stealing rlgned a small selection of suits metallasse. It has natural shouki-
tbe show and to illustrate that and day and cocktail dresses, to be ered bodice and a full button-
1952 fashions are also important, Included In "Rembrandt's" new through skirt,
he presented a collection of mod- collection. He Is using a new ma-
M inspired by the clothes teial called "Vigoroux"a 100 For those who want to be up-to-
of the film. S.i the sophisticated per cent pure worsted. The light- the-minute: wear outsize silver
modern dress paraded side by .ide est yet produced, it weighs only charm not on your wrist, bu
with its Victorian alienator. 0} or. per yard. Extremely crease- dangling from your waist on silver
WT
Paj .< i
w. in \t in omi.i t put the butler and manaiina
Ifll.K reading o* a man who'- M-prcsenf or oil In tho raucapan and add
raaad wilh waltzing u- ii Parliament, While she real rha chipped onion and I carrot
home at a (air, it struck me thai of ui are fortunatah fraa from very tineiy sliced. Let lha oamt
idvantage of dancing with a financial anxiety, these down- and the onion fry gently for
horse is that you can it the next [roostan, ' people are besot .iboul 10 minute*: then add Um
..ne OUT on your partner's bach, i> w l hi Mm re- parsley marjoram, thyme and let
which is nu.ie than can Ik- ex- frnin Ol all their songs Is: "If you cook for a few minutes. Add then
l :.i : bffdlg COQflMd '<> human v in- ihg oagt t> j- ..f man in Par- the tin of whole tomatoes Whe
An cxampk to illustrate the lesisting. il
point; In the Dim, the young ac- cull to lailor.
Diisequenlly dilti- Chains. OT ninri|uisllcs sewn OB the
collar of your '-
PEOPLE AND GOVERNMENT
being;. Unmant, yo
(Altar U Ban' M''- o Burmc
business man.) cares and anxieties which
U Baw Me: Mrs. Ribstone, you meant fur le&s important penpl'i
are a pippin. -' lha clactorato). The latest
Mrs. Ribstone; Hush! Mr, Rib- suggestion is that a poUucJan'g
n< within eorsliot. rhould be tax-free. If tiiat
(The ceiling falls- in. Slou- curtain.) idea doe* not attract "the ;
of man," nettling will.
In f>u-- in.
WHENEVER the professional
ans feel that they (.'"ireful (or snorks frt
ould like to raise their own sal-
Briao not very subtle form of
ort.paganda begins. At present >">
hearts arc being broken by reve-
lations of the squalid Uvag Uvad
by these men who '
Blueprint for Pnint Four
WASHINGTON
A great deal is being
days about Interrumona] I* b-
d cooparaUop as rha chief
DOn in humanity's ami
are spoonfuls of water and 1 tcaspoMi- again LUaoasa. hunger. Z'."'"''' ?,'
' fui ..f bovnl. Add the veal or nd datgialr The Point foui ktaa
turtle cut in very small pieces u sharing ccumulatad ki
f you were going to make a I" called the
By ERIC C LAWkFNt't:
ust reward him you sec that the sauce is getting
,.nd free him from the thick add two or three big table-
dth salt and for peace and a better standard
hole of to-day. And there are
many visitors these days, for the
its people getting a new start in tranafo motion Is so complete that
life thanks to the Institute. As Chimbote has become an
in each development project, the attractive health resort. Now a
work was done through on or- ihriving seaport of 18,000, its
, known M a sercicio. population it virtually free of
agencies are set malaria, and other diseases are>
up by the host government and also eflct lively held In check. Tho
the IIAA, provided with their town It developing enough elec-
Own money, and manned by per- trie current to supply a sub-
of man."
On a viuil rfvifwr
/I'id cocktails grabbed
jisjiny fraji.t.
|fe*l ready lo RUI
Eve* g-nid urrUen wn
tunnel furnished by the coopera- stanHal trade area, and ther* la
ting COUntrlaa. promise of continued expansioci
Chimbote. in northern Peru, in manufacturing and shipping.
Bjftaw. Season
pepper, add more water until you ol living for men every when
cover the whole and let every- Hut are these creat expecta-
tbing boil until thr sauce has tiensp- JMttonl Can haj( f ^ hMt natura] har_ enLm^e |g only one of moro
again h.ckened. Put a tiny bit of cooperative action really^ conquer bours fh(. p^^ Cnas, bu, , 3000 exarnplas^of what
rum if you like and teaspoon- man s ancient cn.-mt.-s. A look at ^^ |9 ,e were afraid m,crnaHonal coope.atlon haa
/ro .fuI, of. nour morp11 w",cr and M 72.JTZ1 "* tUi' I.ns"""'' V' if the area K v.a miUaia-rOBBBl to the people of UttB
until the sauce i> Inter-Amei lean Affairs should |Iddcn vjl|aBo f abou, 7 m> per- AmeMca. It has helped them help
with nee convince even the most cynical f0n, ;mrt hn |m p^.spect, for UltfMt|Vasi raLse more foc< con-
rcwiunding graw,h despite its fine harbour serve their natural resources,
and good location. improve their health, expand
CATTLE DISEASE c,!.?^. '."'...."Hi' "r _Uw dirclo .,t ihe llu-h- economic, and live lollei
En
Idi
ASPRO
fit
'ASPRO' brinjs definite psln-rellef
within a few mlnutei. The sensation
Is a soothing one. You suddenly
realise that the pain has faded
away. ASPRO* |ust does the Job
iind then disappears, leaving no trace
leaving no harmful after-effects
whatever. 'ASPRO" provides Nature
with the chance she needs to get you fit
again. Take 'ASPHO* whan you feel
the first twinge or acha which warns
you of the onset of rheumatic pain,
neuritis, neuralgia, sciatica or lumbago.
That Is the way to forestall the constant
nagging pain which these distressing ail-
ments cause. 'ASPRO' brings peace, too.
to overwrought nervesso remember.
when you are overstrained, overtired,
overworked
To
keep .
and f^sh

WHEN YOU'RE NERVY
AND IRRITABLE
that the answer H
Ms".
This
agency^ of the United
3 I ILL IHKtAILNa U.K. plelcii ill nmt 10 mn of whole- ,.., ,|,. s.nud pubu;.,, u, whom
, ,.Ur>. , ... hearted eo-OMratlni v nli UM (ft, iiiiile osslfiied 'a handful BlMd "n cooperation freely
Th KSSUi Mi! KTJSEfS "I '" Vl'i"'1' Am";'1 of US medical tcchnlciwu, a aaked and freely lven, the In-
a..S!^E?,h' .i,.i rSSSS; '"L""- '"S '..... H5 ltarl<01ltlOl program was ,et stilute has a re?ord of'lO year.
been ujkins Ume und' ,cr ,,. f ^ud aehlevemenl. IU pur-
.if 1?\a breeding plaoal were drained poses, techniques. and spirit
blueprint for
Commons on Thursday lhat Bri'- side by side with
ain may be faced with another American; colleaguesJn the llelds >nd aDrmycd wlth p^, ki,.ers. have served as a blueprint for
fil.I.th|lu"VCS7k 52Sli2 & "Wlculture. health and samta- Alilb.Ine was distributed to cut .x,Wnding the program to other
mouth disease. He said restriction* lion, end education. own lhc incidoncc of lnIoction. de^loplng counrrte*. as is beiruj
, the movement of livestock ... In ciartom-bullt projects, tailor- A ilui ^ hcall)l center done under rVlnt Four.
Uth-eetarn Eng and will con- ad lo lit the needs of each par- wcre sct LocM ordinances In the f lcc of thi, let no on0
lue Isecausc of the risk of |n- ticular nation and situation, long- were passcd lo makc heoUh Ilgk lhe Polnt Four ,dCa wUl
lange plans have been drawn up, llu.;,s.J1Ci c^puiabry. wwh It has worked and u lon-
.supplica, A vl!ll.or wno nod neon in6 tinuing to work for the benefit
Chimbote of 10 years ago would of all participants. (LATIN
elv recognize It for the Chim- AMEHICA POINT FOUR)
The French dilution Still
grave he said, and the infect i-
to b moving westward.
cr.
technical
The
l-.kt-
m-i tralnad
experience of Chimbote.
i the storj of city and
0. I-'ruiiSaJt" i*> the gentle corrective
most of u* need to keep the system regular. UNO'S is pariicuUrU
suitable forchildrcnand tor.:: woncvviiha delicate iiomach. ENO'S
safely teiatva ovcr-acidi:' rOU CBtraC of inJigestien,
heartburn and flatulence It so -tl ,-s and settles the stomjeh upset !>
unsuiublc food or dnak. A dai h ol UNO'S it any umc ol day make*
s sparkling, invigorating heaiih-Jrmk. Keep ENO'S handy I
Feverlshness
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Sl'NDAT, JULY M, I Ml
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE SEVEN
THE WRONG BABY-for six years
INSTALMENT THREE OF THE STRANGE AND TRUE STORY ol wfcar r*>a*v Kappmd
when a child's cradle got switched m hospital .
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AT ihr and "i Julj I knew f would uever bear from
I'aul again. Hi- o** mother sent ;i paroel to
Knistii and in ii I round ;i Little note written for me
in vn broad handwriting. "Plea*i <> Pmil.' ii said.
The parcel was addressed : "Ernstli X. e > The Family
Jove." She didn't use our surname. I noticed. How well I
understood '
Gradually, however. Ernstli began to have confidence
He seemed to be getting sure of me; sure that I would con-
sole him if he was unhappy, that I would wash him if he
was dirty; that he need nave no fear of asking for a Hfth
slice of bread and butter.
He was onlv seven, which meant he gave me a little
of his childhood and I felt better for It
I was no longer surprised to
find in Ernstli certain charac-
teristics in common with Philippe.
Whan we were out for u walk.
and I gave him my hand, he
stroked my wrist exactly as
Philippe did. Paul had never
done so
Just before they fell asleep
both Ernstli and Philippe would
suck their right thumb: Paul had
always sucked his forefinger
nnd then only as a very small
child.
Afan M^ut%wn
IN SIITAIN ..
Prompt fdeuiiAoaUoit To torettall an*
chance vi bubs "Ox wpi a plastic bracri. i
marked icith fridrltble i*k i. react
In mojf l. taken in Whttechapvl. B.
IIS MHS.
>I\IIIIIIM
.MpVK
BeuiMered
HERE were many difficulties
with little Philippe. For him
Ernstli ha* the same voice as it must
his brother, the same laugh, the
same vanity.
Yea, I could see they were true nnd I
twins all right to m
little boys carrying satchel*
_ btrap over their shoulders
Vu^c'baenBbnoet as be- selling out for school at 8 o'clock
ia as for me '" tnc morning.
His untiappiness was very real There waa a whole new world
tried to reassure him and in each satchel. A slate, pencils,
jke him understand that it books material* to make a
;i-. mocraUve ,<\ tills "me to scholar, a pedant, or a man.
BMti ErnstU Charlea and Philippe were
One day. at the end of a long very happy because they had
THE house was a change for argument. 1 said to him: "You leopard-skin satchels
him. He found it pretty, and have always been here, you
began to take a serious Interest In should know very
all hi* toy.. The tunny days are the favourite. raetU barely
invited him to live out of doors, lenowe u* He to rerj ""*
After having looked at them and we all have to help him. you
for a long time from the window, must help us too.
Philippe responded. He took his
responsibiliUes very seriously. I
remember him running to me one
day and saying solemnly: "Mum-
my, come quickly the little one
is sad and crying."
there couldn't be two of them. woman, did not, however, con- 'i.oodbyc. Madame Joy*-"
We .poke to ErnaUi, who <|Uer my feeling of unhappineaa ; mm<| with a smile.
showed no undue concern. .it having no news of Paul. 1 tele- needn't cell me that.
"Id like to be called 'Charles', phoned the principal of his \\ he replied, 1 J
he iid, "because I have an Uncle Wmi-dlng school She told ma rather say Madame Jovc-
Charles and I think he loves me." Kmst" was very well, that he Madame Joye! Wa* that
So 1 went to the school and irat happy, already very attached tt,:ii i-niuinni in exchange foe
announced two new pupils, to his mother and sister; that ho .,.en years' tenderness ami care?
Charles and Philippe Jove. "Paul" waa a good pup'l bolh friend>> i explained to the children that
will not be Inscribed in any and industrious. ii v ,s probably the lust lime
register, for there Is no longer Hut the head of the school also woi.id speak to Paul becausehl*
such a person, Madame X has told Madame X that 1 had laja- pa >< would totapni
made an "ErnaUi" of him and phoned. Madame X was extremely evei log and forbid it
"Paul' only exists in our hearts, annoyed. She urged me not to
till T " -* inquire about her son any more,
c*aS.^ttS m Siiz&r^Si
wanted to go through with it
You succeeded. What have you to
<.xiipl.un about'' Bring up your
own children as you think ttt.
and laava ma to bring up mine."
i these words had been
.aid with less harshness, because
I t MHO IKf.t'M %L 5-

iang acearaarH wu lud-
i
peats (or 40.73 are eon
rhlch to choose. The
s.l Gabur-
loubai breasted
Hfttl m priced from $35 and
taaoag the new ...rival* are
COatl Iron England

KAt lit: (OKM.NtS A LAV
. ran \tkrs i r
I IP-COAT, among
he most r.
at P. A CUrke's Drui
Btara <"i Prtnea Wm Hai
i .step and a jump fruni Broad
it Brush Comb Sets ind ptai
it- backed Ntul l>rushe are part
an atti >-. The
1 a Ctarae Candj Counta b
usth r.iiiuiu pm in alw
try t'hsMi A
oil

EOI.1X OVSIHt WTH>
a i pai patual meaning the)
u-ep on going wttbout Winding
are. m wel << sun, iilX
town and ALWAYS AT
UK RIOHT TIMK Nturnlt>
... i.obut ihey'n-
inarvaUous'. Tudor Oystei
I
i -iki-i and in' iii i .iifi' pi lead
while in the same cotaatai Ibere
'
riom $22.50at LOUIS
: VS.
V earame Wveiier figure in
I \IK ViililtlN IKV -h I mg NEW
K.'K U St Co.
V d U'a ALWAYS
.ilk Chaaa-
ey colours, best
value imaginable And i .ru-dian
1'iutted WaOle PtOJM A Waffi. -
rax m flowered pa".
"hite very new, very diflereot
.1 Sahely Value! You'd
u check' Sure, sure,
iaj4.
iiiri ran com u*a
Uve ii.Unii i-ombiuaUons.
ih ipering engira
M.I
0OU1 the miles Eas> sD
tie in v n- .i joy to drive
ll (he open read sal iliat givi.
.iistatUon .ind sells it-
! .it Redman A_ Taylor'sthe
I >VER '52 Dial 4365 tomorrow!
maidenform.
Man In i.-it
You
vould
that
rlglit. Sru- did telephonr
i hi tin- most nrm terms
me not to !in-ak to her
u .It.III.
icvcr have done.
Postscript
I'nDAV Cbartas, Ln his ntan-
twi has little to remind mi
tc.ii-ful bo> of th days. He has grown gay.
HHt I I VMM. well. >.tu
ni if Thai Roonng lla
PlaatatkNU i li
t\x it quickly and wall
v ith tree advice Into tn>
MO iah hM Charlie
ThomiiN to help you in the matlei
I whiel......ling Is I hOOSfl - alununum
,m varlta m Rubbarotd Bee
- you'll THM-d help o .Imp n
phone and it'll \v glndl

NO I'SK. (iROAMNIi A Hot I
. nsi i bjorrawing youi neigh-
I.AWNMOWUI Tin
GIVING A KII)IHr:s l-AKTY?
,, -a ,ii. ic >ou ...i. gel III'
\'\ V < AKKS (,. i, iDKFKi:
CAXJES for 4c. i;iNliKK ( AKKS
itneimoic Wiiiit (a BSSW I >^'
to /.LTH1I.1NS
I'.ii '
.1 iii sand you
I N i.o-w fs
r in.- if .on ivh Cartauu)
-til handle the lood piohlem.
-
vtetr
a k#l
tni KI>S a IMirsTTDS tall-
ied to lit ).......... kat At WARIl
. SPENCKB Ltd. on Maihill St
iph. :'22J> the com ,.i .. sun i^ in
ui favoui drop in and they'll
i inn ho\* And ihow you, loo,
(tenalvi ele- tioi
\s. Tropand ind
u< ii you i oi ini^
Kd Khaki
iniminiis an>l Liner
i % w v- H
9
IOOLM. Hll\l A si I K
(ION! Have -...
lightweight FOLBATE MOW!
-i B I' Musson'a and Manrdrur"* '1 '"", Oougeaj Ratohal Bcrwa
Corner Store costs M "' '" '^i1 ,t'1 '': -""'
last you till voui mowing da Rli
are aaraugn The machanl Utrrlflt ""' awar) tool
nprovemenl i I P
oldei types and the whole i IShV IBM .till new
Mine is parfaettj balanced > ai sigh to give rou awrj eholci
need to anant, ggnamj raat an u r\ a dj saj Mason Squarci
od it goesfoi twenty- i ilr.. iict^ They're ill '
| j Pixhat
iiked
Voices'
(Unitation,
but they did not know
ell'that you 'hat) and because they were
dressed lii law ttlaOksl, wUh red
jhm'\s and blue lavkvls cut from
their motlier'.s old skirts.
Very successful, those blue
jackets," said the mother.
"A great success, those iitUe
boys," replied the father.
Both of us were proud.
When I waa a girl I nevei col-
lected rose petals, letters, snap-
shots, souvenirs of any kind.
Ernstli! Each time I pro- Never,
nounced or wrote that name I "ut now I know that I shall
Mummy forbade me to lend nUon of unreality. The W*P for ever Paul, first baby
he cart" fu'h *** l d1*1 not wanl "V *on clolhM- n,Jt ,lrst trousers, his first
I had rigidly respected all these to go on using this Criristlar. >poon and fork. T me they are
wishes. But when ErnstU no name. He ought to be called more eloquent than photographs
longer heard his "secret voices," "Paul"- decided. C0M ever be.
or even deliberately began to But- unfortunately, we had A Phone Cull
disobey them, I felt a new sense nlready had a real Paul with a ALL these little developments.
ox
he decided to Join company with
our little neighbours In front of
the house.
Bit by bit his memories grew
more misty, and I heard less
often phrases such as:
they are. in fact, profoundly just an latng, and aggressive.
.Hid intelligent. Alas. 1 couldn't rii.n.ily lla- twUM resemble
jj ih* ttgta eaoH other more and more and
when we go about together many
.1 Meetinu; pie -till cannot distinguish
jHX tftornOOn we went to the u-iwoeu them.
I.ilh .ml ua I'aul lliei-v '' "" !"' '"OMgh. I
Philippe tried U> speak to him, sliail go through the rest of my
1'iit Paul ran away. Ufa witll thi* strange memory of
Philippe came over to me, with the little boy I lost and the little
i his eyes, saying: "I boy I gained
wanted to talk to Paul and he
,|"..V
"Mummy told me to put on my
broton shorts to play In .
I tried to console him, but I
.i -i-iii wi-eping myself
I found i'aul was in the water
.. llh Ii. M'.li'l
"Come here," 1 said, "Philippe
vould like to talk to you a little.'1
Paul and his mjUij. I iUi
I have talked to a hundred
peopea .un it all. but I shall
i cvei ii ally la-lieve anyone will
lavish arvan yaara of your
I fe on .. laiby you think la yourn
gad than discover you're wrong.
"Look after your own
iuldren,' bald Madame X, aim-
Philippe and Ciiarles, set ted PuTysBg the problem.
of security and happiness.
There is an American adver-
tising slogan: "Never Under-
estimate the Power of a
Woman." And no one in the
United States would under-
BBtiraata the power of Assistant
Secretary of Defence Mrs. Anna
M..IK- Roaenbafg, who arrived
in londnn on* a "familiarisation
toui" last night.
So ut IXMidou Airport, to
greet this dynamic. 5.000-a-
vear plnt-sised (5ft. 3ins. ln
high-heeled, peep court-shoes) manpower control-
ler the chief* ei the a : can
forces in Britain were In fall,
formal splendour of khaki,
1 .
blue (navy and air force).
Outside the VIP. lounge as
the U.S. Air Force plane landed
were one ihree-slar Vice Admi-
round head and black eyesand
which mean
down under a tree to talk
We all had ice cream and lueii
I'aul walked with Philippe to the l
Kale, where they sold goodbye. I
lie Id out my hand to I'aul, who
much to a i-owed with a rather embarrassed
doing so. And cheefully.
Sad parents don't make good
rentsbut could any inothai
tea .i trickier tasfcr
The End.
L.E.S.
Boss Of U.S. Generals ArrivesWs Anna
ral, two one-star generals, nnd
ban 'hi assorted Service per-
sonnel rargiip from a couple of
colonels to s doug'.boy-halted
sailor laval pnotogjpher.
(Irs: class.*
Waiting alongside were 11
cars, one station-wagon, one
Jeep
For, according to uencral
Gri-cwold. commander of the
U.S 3rd Air Force in Britain
who led the reception commit-
tin-, little Anna is "the boss, and
\\c- like to get a visit from the
. en."
I Rosenberg, Buda-
pest bom. Bronx bred, got the
IJo. 1 treatment for "visiting
By EVE I'EBRICK
firemen."
A naval lieutenant went
around distributing large buff
envelopes which contained a
short biography, an hour-by-
Jiour itinerary for her four-day
trip hero, and a photograph.
At 8.50 p.m. (20 minutes later
than the lime slated on the
itinerary"wen Anna can't do
much abc;ut plane times*' snid an
officer) Mrs. Rosenberg arrived
to inspect her troops.
The genarahl and the others
stood, caps in hand, while the
liny, feininlm figure, wearing a
smart grey suit, llly-of-the-
valley shell-shaped cap, white
gloves, and a white gardenia
in hot buttonhole, walked op
..nd down with the precise.
H-tormlncd strut of the sliort-
legged. .shaking hands all
round
She made her way UffsO tin-
lounge nnd ilred-oh* answers to
questions in a merry manner
and the lightest of Continental
accents,
"Now come on generals, gel
i loser. M.,ke me look Impor-
tant," she exhorted, hrr bright
brown ayag twinkling, if not
downngii: winking, as the men
gatben round.
Where uioj she uoinu?
"France Britain. Germany,
AWAY NASTY
COUGHS
COLDS
LIKE MAGIC
WITH HIGHLY MEIICATEL 6ICKLEYS WHiH RUB
lo other RUB ha* itiose
> Impoitani Fealutet
Moewt. now you con rail*** S>
Hhary of ..!.-. coWi to m f ,.>. with feg RmUay While I ..'j
TWO WAY haoimanL
. -, v. - a^ u> .
mo* ""i i
Austria. Turkey and North
\frtcawherever our men are
i like i' i i iobi where
they don't net many vlsltl
home. You're so welcome
there "
H "Well. I've got a good three
wet-ks that's quite a long time,
don't von '
Wh.ii would she do in Britain?
In !> the hou.se. and llvinu
londitioi.' of the Americana
..tinned here. Help General
Gnswold with his problems, If
he has any problems, that Is."
The general politely assumed
mi expression which indicated
hat if he hadn't any he would
-oon dig up soim lo oblige such
a charming lady
Had ilu' any ia>w? "Ideas
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TBIPIl YOUa MONIY BACK
a ..iu. \i. ... *'.... ask i -.
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IsV a avagai 11 uc ~
IJBJgsasasWa Banvfliw .. . 1.1
gat uurves. tin* arm \ i
ftt gsvas reej bgun 11
Baas popiil..' Mh.ui.imu are
ksear. in raaM <
Oesiuiiw Haidlenl.......
ares art tns'lc nnl in
TV- is mt/it/t fiffr///
lur Bver) ryot i i
Pimples Go
Cause Killed in 3 Oays
i
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Nixoderm
r.r Skin rr.uM.i ... ^i
Setting Up Nights
Makes Men Old '
1 ; i in up
dUII Ml!,
hta. i urn I ii ( hui
, hliUh ash* ai ! ol apln*. Violn
*<". nr*ouanaaa. waah.
" and laa f nxh vlaukiT ai
vauaad 1/ a dlaaaaa <.f lha l'n aUta
H ,,i ) ,.,,, ini(iorlanl flan I
in man. To ovarcoma lhaaa trouLlaa
"i 14 boura and quloair rator
lif"^.""1 n*^'''- < Uia naw
ilanun.- dUMOvary aailad Rogana.
o I'.u.r boar ton( r*u ha*a mul-
~* la ffuaiaataaa to sst
esa.naaaaa la fuaiaataad la aat
ree n> . rint,.,raia row pras.
ala (Hand and nuUia ou tal IS to
monar aah,gat
"WsiW Tka
"I -* r. v.,una*r
-lofani errom j
aiuarajiua ilU
n
*
olcjate's
NEW
wQshcS a
TWICE AS ECONOMICAL AS SOAP
in|hord. w.o-t"e r
tra-mild palmolivi
'SOOTHES BABY'S TENDER SKIN
Polmofiae-*"ode ol tha Anai' ingradianhgives a creomy
tmooth cil'o-aniU lo"r thol o*i owny uriratiOf* Ol H gentty
Boon ooy din. A doi'y Pal*olJv both will keep yovf baby
comfortable rafrtrfied doanfy. RamaMO*', lu'kC..* a
9**o.m.ld a.rro notlmgl
PAIMOIM
GOOD ton BAB*
is buoauy
eooo rot roui
ISrfaebeSsdtQer y bath ixi palmouvi
ran savbs toj
MOM \
In ham water much
soap la wasted as
aenni '-'AB forms no
waste soap scum.
Brer, irtlrle of FAB
gee* o make active
clei suds.
r AB CkfVK LOMtigX
UFI TO rXOTHKS
Because PAB Soaks
clothes clean wttbout
nard scrubbing PAn-
elothea glre
tooting
ater
I PAB 9AVBS TOIJ
I1MI AMI WORK
.So need to boll,
oleacb, blue, scrub or
rinse wltb FAB. FAB
soaks even heaviest
work clothes clean In
i air an hour
FAB I* MILD
KIM. TO IIAJfBt.
ale for dfelnt-
ibrlcs, easy on
nandi. FAB
I s e*' rything
nelllng frugranuy
lean
FAB WASH'S EVERYTHING BRIGHTER. WHITER.
From ill' many glorious Yardley 1 jpstfck akadai choose the one
that most i harmingly I ompliiacnU your dmi and your colouring.
Smooth and !*m.ht as a silken ribbon
they work on easily and IBM wTat
F.scirlng contraat' or subtle hartnonie< arr yean l^i tBC i BOaasSj.
YARDLEY Lipslhk
/Sai> Ftii Kj-*. Naaaaal Baa, risk H.ifc-r I *

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l\V<.i I 11.11 I
SI Si)AJ At>\Ot All.
-I Mi\l. II I.Y 27. 1SS2
..I.M. r .* ....^i. c LM ktrf sv. >>*"
Sunday. July 27. 1H2
Oil S AMI FATS
BEFORE the end of August an announce-
ment will be made by British Caribbean
governments expressing acceptance or re-
jection of the recommendations made ai
the recent conference on oils and fats
which was held at Hastings House.
PnMn. indications are that govern-
ments will ratify the recommendations
made by the conference. The delegates wim
attended the oils and fata conference came
to Barbados at a time when the price ol
vegetable oils and fats was falling. It night
reasonably have been expected therefore
that they would have sought to bring down
the price paid to the copra producers of
the area, since the price paid for copra
represents by far the greatest expenditure
of the regional oils and fat* industry, it
the total value of the industry were
assessed in 1951 at say $13.000 000 the copra
growers would have received some
$7,000,000 imported raw materials would
have amounted to some $2,000,000, wages
and profits would have approximated t<>
$2'i million and transportation and insur-
ance would have accounted for $lfc mil-
lion.
The importance of the price of copra
to the local oils and fats industries is than
fore apparent
The higher the price paid for copra the
greater the profits that will accrue to the
producer of copra and the higher will go
the price that the consumer must pay for
the linished products of soap, margarine.
lard and edible oil.
The consumers of Barbados might well
be expected to complain therefore if the
g.ivemment of Barbados decided to ap
prove an agreement which recommended
any increase over the present price of 60
per ton of copra however slight.
Unfortunately for the government of
Barbados the consumers of Barbados are
not the only people to be considered. The
delegates to the recent oils and fats con-
ference come from territories all of which,
with the exception of the Leewards, are
copra producers.
Barbados is dependent entirely on copra
imported from the Windwards. By refus-
ing to meet the demands for higher prices
which were most certainly put forward by
the copra producers of the Windwards.
Trinidad, Urilish Guiana and Jamaica.
Barbados would literally have brought
down the wrath of attending delegates.
The dependent position of Barbados in
the oils and fats industry of the region
leaves it open to pressure from the copra
producers of the region. All the other
copra-producing territories except the
lA-ewards are copra-processors and the
Windwards are now following a policy oj
self-sufficiency which will almost certainly
result in the exclusion of Barbados' fin-
ished products from the Windwards.
If Barbados stuck out for lower prices
the copra producers of the Windward
might it is said, withhold supplies and
force the local oil and fats industries to
close down oi to buy in uncertain markets
outside.
The argument of the producers of copra
has always been that the oils and fats
agreement prevented them from obtain-
ing the full world price for their products
at times when the regional price for copra
was lower, sometimes, than half the world
price.
As a result of this argument the price of
copra has been constantly rising in the
Caribbean and has shot up in.recent years
from 45 per ton to the present price of
60 per ton.
It was hoped that when the oils and fats
agreement was renewed this year that the
price of copra would have fallen to keep
111 step with falling world prices of other
vegetable oils and fats.
Now it seems that there will be a further
increase over the existing price of 60 per
ton if the British Caribbean governments
ratify the recommendations of the recent
oils and fats conference.
There is little likelihood of the recom-
mendations not being ratified. The con-
sumers of Barbados must therefore look
forward to a further rise in the price of
soap, margarine, edible oil and lard when
the new price of copra is announced be-
fore next September.
Before becoming too vociferous in their
complaints, however, they ought to realise
that the oils and fats agreement has bene-
tited Barbados in the past by ensuring it
supplies of copra at an agreed price lower
by far than the world price of copra. They
must not forget either that the oils and
fats agreement guaranteed a supply of oils
and fat products to Barbados during the
critical war and post-war periods when
there was a world shortage of oils and
fats.
They must not forget these things and
they will not forget that the lower price
paid to the copra growers in previous years
resulted in the saving of hundreds of
thousands of dollars to Barbados.
At the same time no one likes to pay
more for a product than is absolutely ne-
cessary and today when there is no longer
a world shortage oils and fats industry and when it is
claimed that if there was no n
agreement the finished products of export-
ing countries could be exported to Barba-
dos and could be sold here at prices lower
than the prices of locally manufactured
products then continuous scrutiny will be
necessary to see that the Interest
consumers are not sacrificed to
the copra producers who alreaii-.
the lion share of profits from the oils and
fats industry. There is a limit even to the
benefits to Ih- derived from regionalism
and from the value of the industry as em-
pl.'Vri of labour and it seems that the
copra in the Caribbean is being raised for
the benefit of the copra producer rather
than for that of the consumer.
The man that
keeps Barbados
laughing on
Sundays
NATHANIEL GUBBINS
PAX BOOKS
THE WIDEST SELECTION
IN TOWN
aw .vif.*; .ir
aiivoi \ 11 vr.vrio.M'iitv I
SHIPS
THE arrival in the West bldftl IMd
month f an uffteial of Booker Brothcn t"
investigate the potttbtUttaa ol I
shipping service between Qaaigctowtl and
i!:-i Eastern Caribbean tamtorlef will
lie welcomed by everyone.
The absence of adequate intt-r-ialand
communication in the Eastern Caribbean
is an ancient complaint to be heard in the
Caribbean and in l.ondon at diflarcnl
seasons of the year. Croat Britain alone
among Colonial powers In the Caribbean
has shown such neglect of passenger-
steamship communications between Brit-
ish islands, although British cargo steam-
ers appear to conduct a lucrative trade.
Now that the two Lady liners are defin-
itely being withdrawn this autumn the
difficulties of iner-island travel will be
increased, not to mention the unemploy-
ment which will result from the discharge
of West Indian seamen.
Mr. Shenficld's exploratory visit on be-
iialf of Messrs. Booker Brothers take on
new significance because of the impending
withdrawal of the I.adv liners.
If Booker Brothers can be persuaded to
run an inter-island passenger steamship
lietween Georgetown and other islands of
ihe British Caribbean the blow which is
going to fall when the two Lady UnsJI I l
in the autumn will be softened to some
extent.
The great fear is that Mr Slienficld s in-
vestigations will revcl what other inves
;,.|i|i.ns hav revealed that an inter-
Island passenger steamship cannot be run
profitably. ,
If Booker Brothers arc going to take a
short term view little hope can be cnlor-
lalned of Mr Shcnfteld's report leading to
the inauguration of a new Eastern C anb-
liean shipping service.
If on the oilier hand a long term view H |
taken of the possibilities of increasing
regional trade and inter-island travel there
term to be solid grounds for hoping that
eventuillv an inler-l.-land steamship ser-
,, would pay dividends.
In recent months the possibilities ol ihe devel-
,;,.;;, :;',. ,<., >< n,r..>;<.
, joain into Ihe limelight unit * I""
, i,,,,,!, Qulana .m mission .MM
Worl.l llank suggests that some action I- cin-
Ihi'Vlevelopmenl ol the Interior I
Outana a subicct of great .ltntllcan.ee lor
f&bSdo.' Only A the interlo, of British Gu,
is developed does there seem to be an> outlet tor
the large number! ol Barbadians who must emi-
"or be content with lower standards ol liv-
ing than they have beco taught in meant twn
"'Already there is occasional mention in *J
llrilisl. Gu.anoc press of shortage ol labour in
certain industries like balata and cocoa. It there
was regular steamship communication bttwagn
the islands and Georgetown there would be
natal chance, ot Barbadians seeking cmploy-
.,,t an the mainland than at ".
P Il,ib..d..- must continue to h..|ie> OM
in drawing, nearer when large .urn. arc to be
poured into Brill* Guiana to accelerate its
development then a sleam.hu
Georgetown and the ret of the Eastern Carib-
bean will be a pre-requlsite of development, be-
cause Brilish Guiana despite the growing popu-
lation of Georgetown would have to recruit .ome
ol the personnel neccMary lor development
bents from neighbouring West Indian Islands.
Tiie development ot the Interior ol British *.ui-
ana and the natural tendency tor trade and
travel between that territory and the rest of the
Caribbean to increase ought t" receive full at-
tention from anyone investigating the poMiOlllly
of inaugurating a steamship service in itie < .inti-
bMn Mi ShcnIMd who is no stranger to the
am will be well eoulpoed 10 report on the
lu- has undertaken. Ev......
Ea.tern Caribbean will wish him so..
talk. ____________
TWO i'LASSES
AMONG CllpamS goers Barbadians nre sharply
.h.iriixl Into iwo classes, those who stand with
reap**! during the playing of the iuilion.il anthem
who not only do not stand bill Who
. ilu iii.l.- mH.II while carrying through Uu*
nii'iions of exit.
It is not on unfair generalisalion to state that
disrespect to the national anthem is more com-
monly perpetrated by the patrons ot the pit than
by the patrons of the balcony or boxes.
Reaped for the British Queen among emcnui
goers seems to be moat clearly shown !> Un-
educated and the well-to-do.
Racegoers may havt noticed similar occur-
rences.
When the band plaji the national anthem
pins can be heard dropping in the stands but
among the sightseers on the savannah the hub-
bub of voices and the motion >f bodies continue
as if the national .inlhcm had ;io meaning for
Ihr crowd.
Barbadians pride themselves on their stand,
ards of education and It Is hard to believe that
the majority of patrons of the cinema pits or or
Ihe trowd which throngs the Savannah >
dsjs docs not ui;uer*tnd what lupnsfltnj
when the national anthem it plaving.
Surely no one who goes to a cinema Of to a
race meeting is so Ignorant as to bsttovs that by
making noises or mo/uig during the playing of
the national anthem that ihe y.-unu QuSSn <>f
Finland Is aware of their discourtesy.
Whenever the national anthem is playsd Of!
public occasions in Barbados it is pU]
honour and respect the Royal Quasi. I" whom
our ulicgi.ii.ee M l-ii'i i. lawfullj
owed. By showing our respect for the I
antln Wf uratltude lo Her llaJSSt)
for the privilege of being British Noted Wi
are all without distinction British sui-i-
the full sense of the word. The Queen does not
need d because Barbadians displ.iy pubUcly
their lack of education and good breeding. The
i Li> ..f ".
conferred on us by tho Queen. We should strive
to show our api i
nil anthem, which reminds us ot Her
Onalsw Hatastjr,
HULLO' It that the Bottom-
lev 1
BoiUmlets Pit here.
ifi speaking-'
At yaw er Oh. Mr Lucifer. According
to Old Moorol Alma.i
Sfcilln should have died last
month. Hi be .. ,
Here, Mr. Gubbins?
Ol course Mi i.U(lf, ,.
Are you trying io get a scoop
paper.)1
Hi Ludfs i
if you teerr ihr mSMSffl
nolel. .Mr. (;itbM(u, would u-i<
anni-rr all canal lrU>pnon> ralis
about your uucsli?
I hope I would be more di--
rreet, Mr Ludfer,
Weil. Afr. Gubbint. / am 0-
:igrit and motl
luxurlotii hotel lit thr unimertr
Most of my tmesis utish to kr.-f

Mr. Ludfer
Mr. Gtiooiiii. Mie
daughter i>/ a deceased fattier
rany up and asked, -fa Daddy
(here?" ff he Is. am / lo ansteer
"Yew" and lei the poor yirl run
lo her U r crying
'Daddy'* in hell, Iftmrny. Dad-
du's In hell?" My dear friend
Stalin has a xiost dcDoted
daughter.
I understand, Mr. Lucifer
Imauinr her dximay if aJie
reads such dlsiressiritf adSN li
your eolumn. All the some, /
MHeW gt**i r*f*>rtvr is uHHing
lo go anywlnre''
That's m. Mr. Lucifer,
ff poii paid us a risif / could
hardly prevent you reporfinu
u'hai you tee. All food, accoin-
FFiodeiion. and drinks are on the
house.
How wonderful, Mr. Lucifer.
And The Widow, who stiU asks
after "her dear ffst". iMsjld !>
here lo mi* the tnatt delicious
COClttSatS.
Thank you. Mr. LucHST.
You're loeleorne, Mr <.
Thin/. II OVtr,
Heailtiilll l.-'lin-
Will Lottie, The DavU Cat.
becfimc Beauty Queen of
the South-Kast coast this Min>
mer?
If she li chosen, will her sur-
ceei bs followed by Hollywood
tllm contract and marriage to a
millionaire American cat?
Who is asking these ridiculous
gsaoeMoSsf
The answer is nobody but her
ridiculous publicity agent. N.
QubMns, Eaqn who Li bning io
cash in on OS Lottie.
All the ^amc, peopV wh.i have
uu lu-r picture ag.ee that she
. prettier lhan most of the local
They also think that the elec-
tion of a cat as lleauty Queen
would not only be a BSVtsQ to
..(tract visitors, but allow any
local mayor to stroke a Beauty
Queen for the first time without
- a scandal.
It is pointed out also thai H
i>-i cat to
might to
ted lor sta*dom now.
At the moment she Is doing her
own grooming in a blaze of pub-
li ity. That is to sav <.he sits for
hours on a window aOl facing the
ung hers. If all over In
the sunshine, a daring innovation
in publicity which could not be
imitated by ordinarv film aspir-
ants without police intcrvenlmn.
Saucer Sen-a I ion
NOW that flying saucers are
being taken seriously by the
tl S Air Force and the French
Of Information. 1 mighl
as well reveal the story of a fly-
ing saucer that dropped in our

When it had stoppod revolving,
three little politicians from Mars
stepped out.
We arc a Coalition represent-
ing the World Government of
The Martian Empire,' said The
!; -1.
The Empire to which we are
all proud to belont," said The
Second.
"And on which the sun never
els," said The Thud.
No more war, said The First
Nobodv to go to war with.
Tin- Second
You cant go to war with
v.urself," ssld The Third.
'Cnn't jatil" asked The First.
"Ever heard of civil war?"
What about?" asked The
-Anything," said The Third.
"L'nrest among the work* rs. per-
haps."
"Ours only work an hour a
dv," said The First.
They want it reduced to hair
an hour." said The Second.
Tin v don't want to work at
id The Third.
the lazy so-and-sos.
said Tru, First. "I hate them.'
vl !m** lh*,n mnic lh"n >ou'I
(.,.1*1 Tin- Thiid "I was one of
l hem "
"The man who WSJ elected as
The People's Filen.l,*' said The
Second. "Whit %
"If they don't work how can
we live?" asked The Third.
"Maybe they don't care if we
live or not," said The Second.
"Then we must have a civil
war.*' said The Third.
"That's right." said The First.
"Frighten them Into work. It's
the only way we can keep our
j. is."
T.il vou what." said The
Third, "when we get back I'll
denounce you as a Fascist swine,
which you are, who hates the
workers, which you do."
"And I'll denounce you," said
The Pint, "as a Communist can-
nibal, which you are, who hates
tl.t workers more than anybody,
which is true. That'll start
something. Come on. Let's go."
"What are you doing?" The
Third asked The Second.
"As I am neither a Communist
cannibal nor a Fascist swine,
hating nobody," said The Second,
"I think 111 stay here and Join
the Liberal Party. They could
do with one more."
Struck Dumb
A business executive, sign-
ing himself Northerner,
writes to a newspaper: "I
am 35 years old, yet when
alone with women I admire
I am literally struck dumb.
I am celibate and likely to
rssnaln so unless I am cured.
Is there anything I can do
for myself before I have to
take to drink"*'
DR. GUBBINS. the Fleet-
street psychiatrist, writes:
Northerner was probably
frightened by women when he
was a little boy. This Is a fairly
common experience, as women
are more frightening than usual
when you are little and they are
big.
The only difference between
Northerner and the majority of
crown-up men Is that Northerner
PSff recovered from the
shock, and probably never will
at his age.
Therefore, as a man of his tem-
perament will be led to the altar
the moment he opens his mouth.
I advise him to regard his early
< as a bltssing, remain
struck dumb in the presence of
reman, and take to drink at once.
In this way he will save a lot
of money. Despite the current
sirlre of Intoxicants, drinking is
-.till cheaper than marrying, and
as marriage would probably
dries nervous Northerner to
drink anyway, silence will save
him both money and trouble.
five i:mii Y in ins
Five beds lie unused In Ihe
two guest bedrooms of tho
YW.C.A. building in Pinfold
Strsst
They ess be Bllsd 01
mem of low wsskl) ran ot
$3.00, which includes morning
tea. Not long ago one of the
beds was Ailed by Miss Doris
llarl of ht- Wo'l I V W ( A
during .-.cveral weeks of hei
in Barbados and
Othsn .in- in.-. Mt.ii.ill> ill led b>
flrfal tttta neighbouring West
rattan Islands.
Why arg Um Bva b"
today? Ate they not n~M Hal
badian g'rls in need of good
sleeping accommodation.' Or
are the girls afraid to seek beds
in n hostel Which is odminls-
I an association Which
is part of a movement based on
the Christaln way of 1 fsl
If the lied* art empty bstauac
there are no girls who need
them locally then IivIiir condi-
tions in Barbados cannot
bad as they are said to be. The
ili.tl.ulty of filling bed, not
the only dullculty which the
young Y.W.C.A. of Barbados
Tha building Ul Pinfold Street
has been there for long time *
and it Is In nee<; of i
thS YWCA does not have loj
pay one ienny
building is provuW rent free bv V
the 0
Tho YWCA. got orT It, I
good stort by obtaining grant's
from the Government and from |
nccessful
in obtaining subscriptions from
Individuals and trading com-
panies in Barbados. It bus money
in the bank and it has ons bun-
dred and fifty members What
more does it want? A great
deal.
The Y.W.C.rt. was opened In
1851. Its situation in
Pinfold Street makes it accessi-
ble to girls working in the
neighbourhood and thai
regular clientele of n
a dozen girls who eat their mid-
day meals at the YWCA
<..uly There are two prices for
meals42 cents for non-meiu-
bSH .me! 38 cents for mrmbcrv
Girls eat their meals at t.bles
seating on average four girls.
Tables and chairs are made ot
good quality polished wood and
Iks (lining room at pus Y.W.C.A
is up to Ihe best Bridgetown
restaurant standards.
,< small writing desk In the din-
ing room for ttM
t to writs loit<
their lunch hour. In the main
room of tha Y W c A is a table
M Upstairs are bedrooms
and Isvatonrs in the front of
the YWCA two garden bed*
are some flowering pi I
.'.
.:li three of ,\
Ifv 4>t'rui' llinil*'
I* attending a Y WC.A 00n-
feren.e in Trinidad. When they
return they will have a much
better idea of what to do next.
They have of course been
doin,: things already.
Alirm.n awry evening some-
thing is going on at the Y W C A.
u sttand
cookery and noi-dlewoik claSsSS.
listen to lect'.ii-es -*n all kinds of
i uhjt eti. i ui] uu U tannin and
basket ball against club and
scho"1 'earns.
Something W goirrf on at the
Y.W.C.A. daily U'il not quite
SIM i li Uiink t',r Committee
responsible l'>r ilio Ajatociation.
Y.W.C.A. work demands, they
think, a trained leadSr v ao will
by personal enthusiasm and
know-how keep the organisation
Bllvo and l.innlul of new Ideas.
They dn not believe that Ihe Pln-
B> ''I aOUSO nOttsd become
just another social service: just
another cheap eating place f_r
middle class girls with sma.l

So bfor'.-fceotf. this Is a
"Of* *M
not cWlrrr tn gerion.
Ii'i Ijr the mtlkmai.
' next "ijuth."
salaries. They want the
v w t \ to play an active part
in Ihe life of the young girls of
the commuiuiy They want the
Y.W.C.A. to become a com-
munity h. rns in which young
From sll classes In Bar-
badian life can meet together
and in > fncndly atmosphere
dlscurs with one another
informally or formally questions
, f IntSffSSl to the community.
sUovs thai such
produssd with*
tnit training. And they are hop-
ing that somehow or other they
in obtain sufficient
to pay a properly
trained Y.W.C.A. organiser to
keep the Y.W.C.A. members
keyed up to the pitch necessary'
to make the Y.W.C.A. a "live"
cell In the life of the female
community.
Sceptic- might ask whethei
the YWCA is not biting off
more lhan it can chew, whether
It is not trying to cover ground
which Is already adequately
covered by the Girls Industrial
Union and various other religi-
ous and social organisations.
Perhaps the best answer to
sceptics would be an Invitation
ti. visit the Police criminal
records ofnee where they could
see for themselves the hundreds
of pink cards which reveal the
i tTen.'-s of Barbadian women.
They might then wondei
whether the hundreds of pink
cards are not traceable directly
or Indirectly to the paucity of
Iranian in the community who
regard work for their fellow
M the most important
social function they can per-
form
It U easy to sneer at w,a.t is
lieing done for the women of
Barbados. When things go
wrong fciv "i told you so's"
or as many "you can't make
silk purses out of sow's ears"
will chill the spirits of all bui,
the most heroic souls.
But so much work remains to
!*' done for the women of Bar-
Iwidoa that the Y.W.C.A. so far
from bSCttg an interloper and
meddler seems to have come late
in the field.
It has plenty of work to do.
The girls who make use of its
facilities whether for eating or
for recreation or for educational
purposes prove that it fills n
gap in the social services.
What is to be Its future?
Is it to become just another
girls club?
Or will it play a vital role in
raising the moral standards of
Barbadian womanhood?
It has begun auspiciously.
Everyone wishes It well. With
wider membership and wtta
Increased revenue from public
and private grants and donation*
it can afford to pay the salary
of a trained organiser.
Without n trained organiser
the Association can play a small
part in the long uphill task of
raising the reputation of Bar-
badian womanhood to a higher
li vi/1 than it now enjoys. With
a trained organiser a reduction
in the number of pink record
cards kept by the Police Crim-
inal Investigation Department
may not be noticed Immediately-
but the greater the number of
women working for the better-
ment of their fellow women the
greater their influence will be
*.]>read throughout the com-
munity.
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-I M>\\. JULY 2J. 1SS2
St'NDAt Ai>V(M Ml
SINE
6
The Importance Of Being Earnest
99
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gfl ^J/ 1
By A Correspondent
CECILY HELPS explode Mr Bunbury. Cecily Cardc
Intyre. Algernon Moncnerl.
(Audrey Mat
T coni-
|
Importance of
ncrt" leaves U
impression that
vrr\ hitJ
*\ th- subtecf, and that all
. |U otxtj <" ";i
expression <>f fur*h. r
tailed senttiajr.
.iu<* I'layers should lx
tulatad on
iheir a*rforrnanot o* Irlday
dM It was a per-
I .MM AC*, i.ui beratiM

nurfcabto spun on in.'
$n. it
obvious th.il they 'iot only a'
repted and took to heart the-
I
*
optrdoni of in.hi' of the ordin-
ary pU] .
acoonllnasyA I
nd Intel
litfivil leeaYtsOfl ti n DM CMUMM
MUf\
.
I
nd this is no place f<
<>f the cast un<\
throwing each ana In 'urn a few
i valors icniaik-
This is for looking
;it Uic play as a Srboie
ting its highlights, sav-
ouring its well dtlivcrnl witti-
cisms, and examining its weak-
nesses.
Ir. criticising professional act-
ing one very rarely needs to
,.<... of audi-
bility and delivery, but in ama-
taur acting Ihli u Bus 1
be a major problem. Tin wholt
fabric Of thai play b
conversation and not of move-
ment, it is therefore imperative
that not a line should be lost
Older to sUsUln the high
: of wit iinu i
that each subtlety and Innuendo
roaches the audience the pro-
ducer must be certain thai each
word uttered by his players can
I-- hoard, Besides clear arUcu-
'liiiiiik is a factor thr.
needs careful
in the let Ar\i far
which Wilde himself I -
Mble and the etsl]
bat tads weakness hi U -
is to quicken the
- QOUl W "T br
M flag. I found -
Mt, Grt i
Banc oft as Lady '
i f always eompl*-' >
audible and lh>

anj of i-mi Co i
tyn and 4
rather
IU PBVI
1;. Rood voices for thi
trail
Frank C llymo.-e C
I i small graup i ( rhll Is by no means n
easy task, as
i
..e the v
fore gi<
to avoid uvci nipcuss.
Atthi ugh, I Ui

Alitv. th.- pontlfleal I
the fluttering Prism and the
ebana of G*

Anlh ny Hyn and Oreta Bun
croft that I should lik,
IdeM .i little mo e lully
Antliony Haytafei id hh pi i
trayal of Earnest should be
given full marks for his acting,
hk* carefully controlled voice Is
a pleasure to listen to. in all. his
n w.ih the nonsensi>ai
Al*y he is the ideal. In.
Earnest, always slightly dis-
approving but avoiding prlggift- -
Ug mounting
delightfully tunny and his final
act when he really tuok the
centre of the stage was nandliM
extremely well. .
Gietu Bancroft's playing i
Wilde's Immortal mo tnict Lad
Brscknoai wag just < trifle un
it is difflcull t. crltli
Greta Bancroft's acting,
..C:. I- |
1 ly competent, and yel i

iwajBe in her two
demandixl. one ft l' at Urftea that
...
t eyetnj( ...
I

ole warn
I
almost riv.dl.Ni tl
i if the
bag

ng *pe-
cially f .
act
All Ihl i any tha*
i his cas-

may honeatly say
that in thll thi-v ha\.
and wp shall look
eagerly to the next production
men thi- vary able -1
THE CANON DEFENDS the governs
croft i. Canon Chasuble iFrank Collymo
. Itttlaj
attention was paid to research
in th. Aith the pos-
nceptlon of sugar cane (as
from sugar) investiga-
AI.iir.KNON IS WORRIED about the mluiug cucumber sand
Layne. tWrn Bertalan). Algernon Moncnerl (Michael Timp*ii
Gwendolyn Fairfax (Pam Chaytor), John Worthing (Anthony Hiyiic
THE HAND RAO Is natOT)
Pil-m (Margot Dewliiirst).
Anthony Hayne*. Mi
RESEARCH IN THE CARIBBEAN
tit
Ml Id the field of sugar
cane, thin even mon than now
of Caribbean
i -e !'. h was conduct-
ed at 'experiment stations"
which arart, in effect, small
i mu aural og
on plant vgriaUea, and by no
esearch undertaking*
comparable with to-day's Institu-
tions.
Undoubtedly, the gn
1 lime within the
Caribbean was the dis.. i
KIXUl Century of lh<>
possibility of raising guj
and of cross-
breeding cane to produce new

This discovery, which revolu-
tionised the world's sugar In-
dustiv, was largely due to John
By A Special Correspondent
i:. iti mii. and
knighted. f m in. Is
of ,
colonial unhonoured and unsum;.
after bequeaihing to v
an alth of i roes us.
Actually, as early as 1859. a
man nan ? a rtttaa a
latter in tag Barbados Press
claiming to have seen self-sown
Ut no notice was
'
In fact, i uthonties
dubbi'i .: i hoax.
:
intendent of the Boys' Heforma-
lory, Itovell was shown a
ling by one of thv
overseer', and hi began his
axpaiimants on croas-brasoang to
produca i
lluas i >.
forth abundant, almrst miracn-
i\\\ Ni types, mcii.'
to dlaaaae. Mi
mcta i octtant, ) laldlng ba I r
'.i the acre, standing up
to the prolonged droughts, have
doubled and even tripled toe
Ids of the Bourbon Dana
i.i;. I,
H net the bi -
i nd-all i f llovell's cftii'
if the It II M 13 (B
might have Juatlfled hi;
sitting on his laurels. Itovell did
more.
' of man-
ures, compared the suitability of
'in of cane to
varying soils and climates, and
encouraged improved euluvatte i
n < ihods
Bui B rveU'l work
typical of the period as far as the
Caribbean as a whole
What a different story Is pr> -
scnled to-day The accent Is n
throughout '
and four years agi> the )earhM f < uilib- mi Reaearrh.
of research .nut Lnvtatigatkm in
the non eslf'ajoveiiilni I
.......

Aimi iha I Id '.
cover; Not only at:
iish and wildlife, but
mrdicinc. public health. < nil iry
enginiering. nutrition, sociology,
statistics, economics, education,
.' and housing, chennc I
technology, geodesy and survay-
logy, and what-hav-
you.
Ainniu: to '-
re n my

i i
of thought the ii i
i i
...
outweigli the benefits. Ihl
claim Ml t

is of I
. nd moiwy
by leaving research
on
t ..... i hi
vt alia Itovell Wg| tin
I I.
Ing the Caribbesui in U
i omputnbli in
and, what's more, of benefrtlog
the ararld to boot.
Group Two appca; ut first
'

mind thai 'i |

hi .mi urn |U
In Carlbl

t'. .. probli in in tempt rate cl
| will nnt solve the sltua-

I
i lams
Having (it i hoj

KM obvious question is
mg done**
Wh it a-
what agendi
ndertakeo!
Qi He ;'' from the Qovenv
vhlon !
irorfe in r>
it* own field,
# On Page I .
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HEM t El) AT
it if, SAVtJVGSt
Plain Bemberff* Reduced
-1 63 to +1 H. Green,
Bite, Torq.
I'l jiiina Strip.',
ii IS per yd.
]'\ iiinui Hlripea
_'T In *l :m per yd.
I" I i in "i (Dandies, Blue,
1 i I'm! ft Wall
*1 02 per ."I
Mass Ci Oreen N'aw.
Blue, Gold, Torq.
itorus, a I'-'<< h Blue,
Rodu '. \* to

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^ VERMOUTH
i rr miii find the brsl
asag>B find Mjftlril
V-tmmilh
I'rodurrd b* Marilnl a ftn
lorlno ,11.Ms >
The man
who didn't
know...
"Hello, wbere's Butter lodayr'
'Oh, he preferreJ |DeOBag|
Indoors. I doo'i know what's
come over that puppy I No life
in htm at all, and hi* coat look*
terrible*.
'What arc you doing about
fcr*
'Doing shout it? A dog can
look after humelf. surely I 1
mutt iust have puked a dud,
that's all. Hut he looked tine
when wc gni him'.
That's where you're wrong,
de if a fine pup, hut he can't
look after hinm-H, riM ajaj I
animaU can. It's up to tot
do something it you've let
him get in tuch a bad state.
Now, *anai t g,ive Judy
here'
'I mint ui? ihe always
looks in lovely i.mniTioii .
''
A dot; m
ing 10 kc: ,
Huiier Bob M '
Tablets daily anil youll m- havehun 10 i bestufl
in them- inirrnfr
and so ondoes j del
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and toning him up generally'.
'It.-1' Martin'i, ch' I*l*c hear,!
0l llu-m'.
'All dogs need Ifcih Martin's
and they're pariKitl.irlv inipor-
pups, to t.irt t|:
I I
Jud) has ilu-m regu-
Lsrtj. n now'.
'I'd never luve guessed
h, B"*" Mafttrft has .tr-
t. nr.lv done her proud
: r the up, and I'll
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Drtad Fruit Salad per Ii.
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PAGI TT\
-.1 MIAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. JUI.Y
THE PEOPLE OF BARBADOS-XVI
SLAVEET"
JOHN rRIDVAl'X.
Ikm diocaec the Weet Indian
!-stand* were, also aided In this
work. Circular), were sent out
A new religious body arrWad rrc Barbados to 1788, (lf guriaav Schools for the
beyang, wtao built instruction of nogro children. A that there wa* an otiempi-'
iih am matOni Bouoe to ,ri1rtlC, ^^ mi u> a achool f stave* m *om- parts of the
Bfttutewuu, and the iimmcwi ruablishsaj on the estate of one lsUndi but thai this was quickls
i op Uu- l61^ *"*""* Dr Holder in the pariah of St suppraaaadthe immediate shew-
ing of dlacipllne Taking excellent
i>inamba| n these turbulcn-. .,d speedy affect but at thii
mea. out planter of hliati stand- time a general anxiety thus
a in the Island, and n General ngendared by no means, even
the Militia, wrote the follow- now. wholly allayed '
c in his Diary He concluded it is. accord-
Taiiafitarihli concern i ingly. much to be hoped that
riianlfaaiad (asnounllng, in fact. (MM over-u:alou.s advocate* of
1<> a* much aa publick agita- freedom may duly take this late
dflfl ltd to the probable effects warning to heart before it ia loo
of certain indiscreet and '11- late! Such doctrine*, permitted to
timed uttarances of t-erlgun per- further Sourish unchecked in oui
"n in Authorn-< both here and very midst, in theee dangerous
1 BriUiii it ii generally iime*. mmt perforce yield fruit
allowed by ill persons of in stm worse liappemnp. Which
Humanity and .sensibility that (.,,, forbid! there <*eom* no
noat necessary' instltu- i^ubt but theee instigators in
lion of Slavery (aa it exists at (JnPfrt Britain con have Uttle, or
present) is exposed, by Its very no reai ccgntaane* of the nature
nature lo abuses. 1-et these, by U1 thii, deep and dangerous men-
iUl means, receive nil pnsaiblt- .. which, from time lmmcm-
.illevlatkma and aa soon aa nrlal. has overshadowed and
may be, i-ven threatened our vary
Bui it Is 'I Ihe sume lime .xistaiice." (1)
hardly U> be borne that the There anM I dmpuu- uver Ui<
inwarraatabli- .-undmt of theae u/esleyaiu in 1801, this .ventually
,,U i- inadV an excuse reached the CfdaTU of L*w, and
rf the extnnn-t. fm a pillory- ,(,,. Magistrates actually dos-
ing of nil owner* alike! This is vH[ their Chapel in Bridge-
not in any way representative UlWn The Methodist record* di
of the whole truth. I ran my- M.ribe linage town us one of th
self testify that than an othera
iof thu nothing is sold* .who
use Iherr people with all reaa-
onahlc care and indulgence
.i-re mh is neither
eaionablr nor warranted.
Tharf -re utau mauy
instances of those who have not
lo make due pro-
' their slaves follow-
ing such owner's demise
I am likewise mindedby no
means along- In this rtssaeetto
Ibtrte a fair share of the ;_- Mlsion-
ol *o
themselves fully of the safew smell rate the r.nditiona t immorality
and protection afforded them Ihe slave- in Barbados. John higher walks
b> the tawa and defenses of Poyer in h's open letter to Lorl -ffeet on pu<>
this country" (1) Seaforth. refers to this matter la that the people ol Barbados hay
The General goes on lo relate
t men in the j
life and the
rals. He states .

ui m the piayers wllh hideous
navies They received litUe or '
.,, |>Ti>tecUon from the Ljw of
:.i. 1 land due lo iheir teachings-
The founder of this religious
body was John Wesley (1703
fill, who came of a very aus-
tere MetiNKhst family. knew
England as the home of slave-
traders, kidnapper? and MiiUg-
glers. It was an England of gin-
ships, corrupt politics and souV
lea* religion, which he fought
hard to correct Due to Ui<- In
fluenee of men like Weelej il><
Church was taking an mlwiit in
the unfortunate Ahrciin who had
been transporlod from his homt
( of miles away anu
sold to .) lift of ixrpetual slavery
nal activity gradually reaches)
the West Indies, but was met
*ftn strong opposition, as the en-
tire civil and economic lif<- S
Barbados was bu It on slavery
agtd tUg influence.! the whol.
outlook on the lifr of the inhabt
lanu
Barbados, due- to IU position
was one of the first ports of call
for Imvc ships on their way t<
Ihe other Weal Indian Islands, or
the Spanish Main; thus the uade
of Brtd#mw7i was largely in
fupplyuig these ships, which only
stopped here for .-upplles for thalr
human cargo Such was ihe ease
whan Thoinaa Cokv. the foundei
of the Weslevnn Mission In th.
Wts: Indies, arrived at Bridge-
town in December lTofl M
found a nucieu? of Wcalcyans al
ready u. existence, and these
were soldiers who had served .
part of their rime tnXrcland
It was not only the Moravian
and the Wesleyans who were
fighting for the religious recogni-
tion of the slaves, but In 179.-
'The Incorporated Society for the
Conversion and Religious Instruc-
tion and -Bducatlon of Negr*
Sieves', which had been recently
formed. Barbadu: and other Wen Indian
Islands. Efcta- was acknowledged
by the BUhap f London, under
uncertain terms much cause lo depreciate
1 am now ui ihe Last ptaca, iltaail interesgagaa betweea mer
u. solicit your r power and
Lord, u> wosnen.
coloured People of tin* Island, must Hi
I Halter myself thai your state.
, ha* come among us Wiin
with a mind superior to those ern-r'-
prejudice*, on tfie subject ^of p..
Indoor smells killed
inlheair!^
Ihf rOloUffd
..him by bis iccouat
b^'ii i........Ml I*
New AMAZING PBCOVMl*
Thtrt's nothing better
for a troublesome
Cough than
FERROL
COMPOUND
reference u> the Oov-
recommendaiion to Uu
of an Art by the LesjtaU-
Slavery. which have, unhappily, ture. reapecting the Manumis-
found 'o general and favourable mob of SLives was "a wiae and
a reception among our mil*- alutarj' measure, which as it i.-
taken and misinJornied fellow alculatcd to prevent the artiflciil
subKcu on the other side of increwe of free coloured People,
the Atlantic. Without attempt- must tend to preserve the peact
ing to -discuss a question on and security ol the Country.
which ome of the most dla- But,' he continues, 'permit me.
tmguudied and enlightened my Lord, to suggest lo your
Characters in Europe have dls- seetou* consideration .i encum-
gantd, I shall conteul myself tance pregnant with conse-
with remarking, abstructed usjancea which may. be. at some
frot- the Idea of Slavery, that, lulun moment productive of much
Ui esrary wel consUtuted So- mischief I allude to the secumu-
cwtv a state of subordination latlon of real property in the
neceasarlly arises from the h nda of free People of Colour
nature of civil Government. By *he Laws of England Alien-
Wilhuul this no political Union -ie declared incapable of inhern-
could long subsist. To maintain ingj I -nds. and ihough I am aware
KiainenUl principle, 11 that this Is not strictly a case
absolulaly naceasary i>otnl conceive that upon i
u, preserve the distinction* '- prmeipli
ulame to the underhand activi
I rs of the sect known as
Quakers. These, from the very
most turbulent place* ta i.iitiah Empire. The resistance
-hown ihese people closely re-
>,inbled the mob-violence whirn
*-i meted out to the Wesleyan-
of the latter part of the eiglitecntit
i (ntury In England. Historian*
recorded -Ihe motives natural I
a godless and coarsely vicious
.-immunity, animated by .i stron*
infusion of ari-sto-Tut ii pride and
.( coatempi fur loe novelties in
. igion, ware In this case rais>v
feverheei through
wtiich naturally exist or are
accidentally Introduced Into the
Community. With us, two grand
distinctions resuh from
stale i* Society, firstly be-
tween the White Inhabitant*
ami free people ol Colour, ana
secondly between Master* and
Slave- Nature has strongly
. friendship ior the Negn.
*.*** .., .rum vae vrr. ^ln ^12".^,.^
.ginning* of the settlement of wlf ' S^" .. whir ,
ui island having played a movement InM""* ' "*^'
nd In theae days was added -ha belief **ei
headad-pariTin pr-chahg cS^,Jh'^.Ut*i
i of othera to >"' ,or m vrthro* "
- ilmi-
tkmal PoUey
Colonial laws many properly
terfered and prevented the ac-
iisitlon of Real eal-te in the
git possession of free Negroe-; or
Mulattos That they should be
Uowed to exercise their talents
nd industry in procuring a
r-omfortaMc Subsistence for them-
- and their families, and that
defined the difference not only they should be protected in the
in complexion, but .n the mental full and quite enjoyment of an
intellectual and cipoival fac- honest livelihood, is readily
ultles of Ihe diffeienl Species, admitted ;But that they vhoui
.ud our Colonial code has be prohibited from purchasm* a
acknowledged ano adopted ihe icqutrlng Lands or Slaves is
uiatinKiiun. The P*aWgt U .....afura of pru< ence Insepar-bl-
ypur ExcUoncya speech to the on necl.nl with te -teyorou
Loglalalure in which you pro- Country ana* perfectly > -1
feaT your intention 'to preserve wlthtfie Spirit of our Conatitu-
the conitltutional freedom of; on
and necessary subordination in
if*
AK AMA71SO D1JCOVBSY. AiS-wick,
kiaa uopfcaani indoor uncus^crcn
ihr scrongni cooking imclk.. iul
i-banosmells,bathroomunclii likill
them in ihe air It actually aaakes fOM
heme mull frmh and desn.
Air-wick contains ctuotophyll. ill
lubstancc in nature thai keeps ill
growing plant* fresh and green It h.i-
U5 other natural compound* too.
Air-wick ii so simpk- i aas. |u*
unscrew the cap. pull up the wick, pi*.
ihe huitlc <* lugh hell abov, iIh
vittfcc ut smell. Smcllt vauiklt a* a
hy magK.
Air-wick
.orv subtle
.'U lOO little
ihe instigation of others
rebellion, at the same time slavery- ...
openly avowing Ihelr detesta- I-ord Seaforth was ent out ,-
lion to any form of violence! Governor of Barbados, and f
Not scrupling, withal, to avail especially charged to endeuvout
the Island, to promote the cause
of Religion and Vlrtuo, Jo
encourage trade and to Secure
the property and happiness )
all ranks of People' affords th.
most heartfelt satisfaction to
every friend of their Country
Mr Poyer goes on to expose the
(To be eontmued.)
The Barbadian Diary of
Oen. Robert Haynes. 1781
1836; Edited by M. W-
Cracknell. 1984.
The Journal of the Barba-
dos Museum and Historical
Society. Vol. vni. page*
182184.
Are You Superstitious?
I ihlnk n Ii :
i u]>''i>ditiou* to aorm
ntant van ihough pertw.i/- ti" i
do not even adsnh it t<> ihmi-
m "luck '
vm are miiaiiiIlium and it will
be in'' ii Hni t,, watob th-- vri.
ol -uperstltiun mani-
fested .it the Races next month.
Some people will buy a No. 9
ticket simply because they wore
born on the ninth, others may
favour thirteen or seven, and
kmd ada of other little super-
ittt o, v 11 becor: ;>o.ireiit
uirkjbui how
le :
prend certain super slit iota.
Tor Instance. "
i the practlci
one time
people in
Britain of passing children
through split anh saplings in
order to cure them of certain
rtHment.s; and In Africa the
Medicine Men of Uganda and
Like Nyassa did n similar pass-
ing thiough spill trees of people
Mrlcken with Illness. The point
of hreaTlgJ Is that Ihe practices
of the three peoples were in use
( ou bm the same time,
although 'here could not have
be*1!! any coniinunlcatlon be-
tween Ihe savage and the civil-
laed pnei ttoaan
ii-. have a loos; at some
-superstitions *nd
perhaps dyscover the reason'.
iMthlnd thaen.
it wi'h one phrase that
gflM must have
esjdod it OflM tune or nnother
to UK' announcement of theli
gOod health or fortune, "touch
wood", at the same lime touch-
ing with the forefinger of the
light hiind an object made of
win>d. The meaning In Hiperstl-
tiou". b Hud we .ire challenging:
our fate, hut at the same lime
seekina the protection of thing
holy.
Sanctuary
Theie uu two possible
origins of the 'touch wood"
.superstition. The first Is the
protectioa of the Cross; and It
seems to have arisen In this
connecUon from the old-time
practice <>( sanctuary. Ttial ii
the sanctuary provided by a
hunted person touching the door
at a church, when It was
regarded as sacrilege for an>
)( his tursuers lo continue Iheii
to catch him. as he wa-
regardcl aa under the protection
of the church.
But that is a comparativeh
modem explanation of "touch
ATOod", and to discover the nai
origin of *he superstition W
have to go back to those earl.,
cirrunistanccs In which man
paid reverence to certain tree-
In those times the cull of th-
By IAN GALE
oak tree became universal
'hioughout Europe, and It
iiecame associated with the Sky
was the tree moat commonly
truck by lightning, so they
that it waa trie
uwelling place of the irriUblo
Sky God. who punished boaster*
. ither by the lightning stroke oi
by si Hue other dire influence
So. to avert vll tin ugh boost-
ina. what we now cell arm-
paUiell uiagie hod to bo
employed, and to touch the oak
of another sacred tree meant
that one would be safe from the
Sky God.
One or the most common
upersuuun.; sUil practised to-
l.i> i* lluu connacuKl with Ihe
number Uurtocn. iiie ill luck of
Juilveii u> heightened if by
i-hance the UuriecnlA of the
iDskUil aliould lull on a Friday.
JO Uie uiher nand lb* beuaf is
aged Dial a child burn on the
nincet.th will be lucky in all
ius ventures started in after life
n this day.
The thirteen superstition
exists throughout Europe, and It
is impossible in any French
town or city to Hod a house
.lumbered thirteen. Also, few
jhisscnger liners would dare to
'Live ,i uumber 13 cabUi.
Thirteen Guineas
As evidence that the super-
stition waa nut cuiinned lo the
less intelligent of the population,
there may be sighted the coae of
Mi Justice Lux more, an Eng-
lish High Court Judge, who
held very strongly by the super-
.tun.n When practising at the
Bar, he would never accept any
irrief marked thirteen guineas
One solicitor, who knew this,
sent him on one occasion a brief
marked "twelve and another"
It was returned lo him.
Religious circles ascribe the
Origin <>f the thirteen supersti-
tion to bhe Last Supper, at
which thete were Christ and His
Iwclve disciplesthirteen in all.
Bui this would hardly
account for the dislike of the
Humans and the Greek* for the
number thirteen. It is more
accountable in this case by the
story of the Valhalla banquet in
Greek mythology, to which
twelve of the goda were Invited
l-okl. the spirit of Strife and
Mischief, Intruded, making thu-
leen, and Balder, the favourite
'>f the gods, was killed.
Talking of superstitions, [
Id not leave out horaeatfioBBi.
those universal emblema of
,.ood luck. The general super-
aition U that a horseshoe naileo
over the Untal of a house will
Uring good luck to all inside.
i ut there are variations. Ow the
Scottish fishing coast it u
Relieved that a hcrasjhoe naded
to the mast of a fishing smack
rtlll protect it from gvorms and
In the North of England the
upenrtition runs: "If you see a
,,..rseshoe In your path, pick It
op. and spit on it, and throw It
!v,.. your left shoulder, al the
-am* Urn* framing a wish, the
..Ish will come true."
If Faith Can HealWhat
Is The Church Doing?
\u
CANNON HIGH WARNER
Nailed Upward
"StrggflM t Ihemyc>. **"
iruihfuilb *db / have seen
stmniM of people comtaa
here with various kinds of
sickness. None of them leaves
as without m some u>op
bciiio Ihe belter."
I could not doubt the ring ol
HiiiVicUon I" theekoice of Rev.
Hubert Horn Andrew.- as we sot
i.lklng In his cel-lik* study down
iKwset way. Hv ban wo* silvei
.md he did not look in* n ysacm.
He recalled the day, iiaorlj
i ,Ui years ago. when he jome-i
.tie pioneer founder of Wilton
But remamber. horseshoe* Abbey sanctuary. B land for d-the
John Malltardas an astls-
.... prleat.
Father John, he told DM w-'
i way In Devonshire conduct**
rie of his many healing mission-
"Yes," he went on,"nowaday-
\o take only the so-called incun-
jles. For over 15 years Father
[ohn has lived here building up
m* centre of spiritual healing
\iiiong the incurables' who have
stayed wh usthree or four
necks t the average timewe
i.av seen real miracles happen."
If beauty and peace can heal.
- it surprised.
The Setting
always be nailed upwards. Id-
The origin of this was the bellol
tiiat the Devil, against whom the
oharm" woe directod. always
traveU in circles, and is conse-
quently interrupted when he
arrives at either of the heels of
the shoe and is forced thereby
to take a retrograde course.
Great men have had the fall-
ing for horseshoes. Nelson, it Is
iccorded, always had a horse-
shoe firmly nailed to ihe mast
of the "Victory".
There are two explanations as
to the origin of the horsaahoe
upenrtition. The first Is
..scribed to the legend of St
Duusum and the Devil. The
S.iin! w:i, noted ;e blacksmith
and. according to the legend, one
nay the devil presented himseir
.Hid asked to have his hoof shod.
St. Dunstan recognized him
..nd. after fastening bis yisiloi
to a wall, went to work on hi*
hoof so roughly that the devil -
hud lo bug for mercy. Before
eleasing lum. however. SL Dun-
stan exacted a promise that he '
should never enter a place i
where he saw a horsaahoe dis-
played.
The mure likely explanation.
however. Is that originated from
the Roman belief thai evil could
he nailed, and the hammering
Of natl on the doors and over
nuilitings was a weU-iecognlied
means of curing or diverting ill
luck and dHoane)
How great *"' '',> ."olng Into Egypt.
the charm of the horseshoe at
one time Is Illustrated by the
fact that one of the "good
wishes" of the early Prt of the
last century was: "That the
horse-shoe may never be pulled
fi.-n your threshold."
ioentally, 1 consumed
Fathei oloiltaiu. Father An-
irewa, and a third resident prte 1,
tie Kev. Leslie Dunwoll, share
,n these Healing services al the
...tar rail, moving down to those
*rbfl cannot ieve their MBta,
ouching. and pi-yuig
We have a doctor here who
nag taly Joined our couunu-
:,ity,' I was told. "He. loo
hares in the laying of hands in
l.e chapel rvice.''
So you believe in medical co-
i eration?" 1 oskad.
For answer. I was IN to
or marked "Occupational
Therapy." Inside were two larg'
h>om for weaving, and 'hree
iiuller ones. A model plane ley
in a window receas, and
ie rials for doU nudung, raffia
work, and other crafts flUeri th.
11 elves.
lie opened another door. Her
a/erg large lamps for light an'l
i ;.y treatments, and couches for
-N.i&sagtt, each with its screen
You see." explained Father
Midrews, "the prayer of faith is
the Insu-ument of the divine
h- aling forces of the Heavenly
Father. This attitude is not
.posed to the medical and nur- |
II g professions; It pn'.y insist-,
on prayer as the divinely ap- (
mted way of transferring;
q ritual healing, which If neither,
1 "er nor worse lhan any tther
-n.y
Material remedies must be
Smiled in their scope becau?''
they do not Include the mor'il i
inent For complete heallni!.
i u've got to get ot all the root
uses, spiritual as well.
Spiritual healing is proiecled
' "Ugh the fellowship of two
throe gathered In the name of
present, living Christ."'
The Nursea
As a nursing sister passed aloni
t e passage ha want on: "We haw
, resident staff of five trained
'> and two male nurses,
trained physiotherapist
her oervicea. Dr.
Woodard, grandson of the founder
MCkness should be regarded as
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Through lu* study window
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-I MI\Y \KIiii Vll
I'W.I I I I VI \-
Th; j'sbedroi
urn
;.*
now an Abbot's cell
^ ^ DESERT RATS BECOME MONKS AND
WORSHIP IN BALLROOM CHAPEL
ears ago u Faun
is 41. and a (orm
C
PITITriEBRI, s. ,
I 1.1. VOW! at N.Mh.l:,
* up all worldly pour*.
Inn ..tuB MTCn
I fla*
i h by binn and
by blood" >
nook i bi.icic
robes, lookpd up from the lawn
at the white facade ol the house
and said :
"Thai r.rc'jlar room used U b<
the Princess's bedroom Ntn
nur i.brary. Those windows on the
left twi the PtlQCe'l room Now
ibb
II.- was sp.nkny at Nahdom
limit in l'.Mo to Sir Edwin
Lutyens as an s;80.iXM> week-end
h aM : RaHl in Prince fU< x* I).'
go.Muki and ills English 1 i
Naslidjm Is now th. ma il Uic
only Anglican Order ol St. Benedict
In this countrv
Men wiwre the walla once rang with
music lor dancers and IM chafer ot
raoe-meetlng pantes the only sounds
to-dav are the *int(inii o! the monk* in
and
Dells which
pray era and
du-.ias
Twenty-lao men who nave dedica'ed
theiiLJciv-s o 'lie service of Ood. who do
rtM irom Wtlf
Iron Mda h'. 1 a in and rrium 10 pm noa iuhint where 30
hm-o in MOk AKer the Prtwe
ml I'rincee* and their guaata
; -
K'-unda Two OfTt Oeaert Ra'a in
orld War II One of *nem Brotner
- pur* and !*>
aloes exrliarut.iiK his monk's naUU !>'
dungarees and a skullcap wlten he ts
workmg in 'he arounds
The ex sergeant
Dom Waist an
la in charge of *

Dom Hobrrt Petltpierre waa an
graduate and a gc.eocr master.
'(Ten ne took Holy Orders and became
Vicar M .'. raw Rfl mined the atari
Of Tor H and later was .n cliarae of
\ Oil House Solio He DM been
I AObey five veara
Like the ot.ier monk* wno nave tasen
lie jws he gave up every worldly
|i ., .-. n: )! -en .in. .il a
gajgap private income He Oromiir. to
I .nil ea*r
I a it:.Hid piano which
11 ad belonged *c rn grand-
parents a lacquered hat-box
which hid Belonged to a Chinese
Everulim* was aiven
to the Order
The piano the MtMf
rhalr* and the I mi box now
Mand in the ajue-room where
. .r. ;. : : ::
VLMtOm. win
the house
barr*
IN THI GARDEN ot th. 50 00,
Th*f kelong to the only Anilicjn
oace plated
The New Pattern Of Celebrity
By in: I -ill \ HHHS
Iron bedstead
Dom Robert utcupiM a 10f'
by 16H cell with an iron orfl-
and a nard chair. Trie floor
boards are tare a crucifix
hangs over the bed
" But we nave mattresses on
our oed and we can have a*
manv blanket.-, a.- we Use One
a ou- numier who u rei
and lao lie .old us* about
aavan w n
Tae ot* loom ol Uie iiduw
wtiere noted on lie*t ra- 11
the. minstrels' gallery. i\ no* Hie
main chapel
Member* ol the pubic may
a'tena Mass in the cliap-i and
sit In the minstrel* il
The monks use the drawing-
room aa a common room
"Every evening from 730 till
830 we all meet ror recreation
Own Robert -xpained "We
may play cards, talk or reau
Bu -- are not allowed to Dreaa
groups or 'schools n-.at
must all be logeher
'lie ADUev nousa-
n.. i . rfie Pr.or
i. i m rommand to me
.it -'.. mid tnu
it ha* not ei been
nted
-X-itwi wSrt [not

Disciplinarian
l no: the lav
Abbot H.- nab.' la it* yimt aa
.I ol li- nionaa except thai he
waxa a nlver cruc.nx a:tacited
;o a douh.e nilver chain around
hL neck He la lov
travelled and en'er:a ns !'
with riddles and
But ha Is p nartan
I asked Dom Kobert -
when men were living :onettie-
at close quarters the human
..
nerves did not oevaslonallv
nr-ve." hf agrccci v%
"i m two wav
we must warn to lire togethe:
a* a family, and toleraie eacn
UM if tlve Abbot ee* that
two men are obviously the antt
: eacri oner he will
usually aee that they are not out
to work toge'her
The Order bought the Lntven-
lor taoiK) Thev moved
.irre |i m home
.ore in 1036
700 a raw
i ,. orders
*n the Continent who distill tlw
.
ivomc Irom It. Hie Naaiidom
Abbey monks have no profit
nianing purauita.
Moat ol live inionie tg M (1
horn payment made to uie
moults tor pria:iy and hierary
es. and Irani donauona
apd aubscnpliona Irom live
Shy
One of ilieir members now
d.tid. was Dom OMMT) D-s
0 wrote a tiieong.cal Hand
otu'R which has a wide sal*. The
revwnoe Irom rnia!tiea atill
n about SHOO a .. ar
Tit monks are allowed to
gaaolM and u> " drink TH*>
KM w::n a ration ot
.... n week .tnd most oi
Ml B( ilieir place.
ban tab i In the r
tory. which is the original dn
;ng room large onouah
-
Vft nive wine n it l* -en:
u us or o#af.* I*1'" Robert ^afl
None ol Hie monks liar an*
money ol bis o" H n*
away on 0usine.se lor tne Orde:
be is given the monev ne '
niSHl For expense* He mu*i
., .ant I" m '.'turn
IB a i.. at PI.....
oonds amid iris oooni>
aid rhododendron* are om i
n mKs and ''
have ended the r labour* at HW
ongv latj
Amorvf Dgfl I BrOU*
Atban who tarted nle as a
sfiip's cnandlci iwenty-nve
mi n.-d the iirari
u v oroher He nu- IO wsj.ii
ii -he up-stair?- pail':,
w.iiiid taxe on noother duty ano
I 'lu*r;er 'A a century ne
was at NajiMWtn he wasned the
d in- bnUMM monxs
i two laUflat reeruits are
i i Andrew who umti LO <>'
.mm sod Bi iihM Brwa. n
t -> who arrived a
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THE FIRST General's Lady io has.ever done bjfore. . .She held
make it hor business to splasn heavily escorted enterprise. Bbg k nersonnl Preas party. 0. mt_i dM _n- _|-_ ------
obout in the limelight la Penny, " usually accompanied by three The i>l..re chosen was thuln jlJ.'
the third Mrs. Ridgway, wife suardlans who make Penny's wav nearest thing loan American /.\ru Hotgdrr d>rorafio of the Supreme Allied Com- up far easier. They are: country club that Prance can-i,- ^ '"'u,r oron,nm"
mander in Europe Pani I The Elegnnl Ctmrdim. Url. d btgUCfl .. nftt-j -ni,vmniv
made a celebrity of the Oeneral'a ^Jgmy^wlla of Unwdier A. only, a tMBrteeiM In the garden. q.: how man, uervantn have
II you?
had fime to
_____ ago
ne a:d goodovf Don
DROTHE8 MAhK 6KIIRLV ..-
0. r.i Rat ianS< the l.v, ,..-., I
Lady She Jsas hapifl up star Biddle. Sho has been heard to and muruls of the Amchcuu iv.l
part out of a trad lull say at partif when asked to pose war lo decorate the r.
role. for DteHBea with Mrs. Ridgway It la -Hunted nicely near Hilled
Penny has washed the March "I'd rather not. my dretu he,idquartacs. o,,. Oowcrv hat waa bitten nlnw
right -nit oi her |ob. RM ,s would sh-.w up yo.. kn-.w." / [he .ppolnted hour. hytWiTsh? murumurcdaD^!-
prettier und younger than mosl The Plump and Jolly Guardian, the Hidnways* mighlv On v sin ^.,Veiv. "She h Wl hn.l t i
other generals' wive snd she Mrs. Greunther. WUR <>f ihe car crunch..! ajooj the i:i *t 1,..,,,,^ lnpm
makes sure hei rieral who nearly got General ihive of the Countrv C'luh i\v \i ...
beautifully shown off. Ridgway's lnte-t job. She keeps Nouree Villenes-sur-Selne. r.missary
When ^he pvitv on hat tven the party spirit moving: during Mrs. Ma thews officiated, look- Christian Dl
Field-Marshal Monttf.iiiiii.v no- Ulg odd evenim; the ., picture of COO) < rispei \ i dreei iumriu-i.
tlces it "1 vtvee gpend at home a gny nylon dress. emissary, the salon mane
swiet" he s. pomn i;..i .. .. *** P*' r**i>eci to the t.
straw number ana erore recent I v. -. sawsssu llelln. Sweetie Lady. She was a wom..ti '
Penny <-.tcl.. on *vhe*n r M u,,_oiessi^',a' Gu rdian. She wo cmu-d the Supremo paralysing elegance who n-duo-d
she goes. Her nickname is always "J** ^ur^ow, Mathev, Tnnnnders wife: -Hello everyone there to limp oif-the-
used. Nobody calls her by the .T*1"1 Ls a,^acne iviuan atafi Mrs. Mathcws Penny came right on In, wear- Tall, and in Dior's black, sho
led line in prom.- ing a mink, a tussore dreai. and bom low over Mrs. Hi
-M.t 1,', a bl h"1 "Ia' tlcklcHl the photo;;- and murmured a few anjQ i.. i ,
n;tiSn>' 'S a-Ve[> rcal "P"'- *"U: "Monsieur Mot .
id uondeiful person,- she told But gOOQ Penny m,,le it nl|n your service ...
l>le Jo-)S that sh,
Mrs. Ridgway pointing to an
Ik." brooch in diamonds.
For q moment Penny looked aj
if she had singed herseu' in th.
limelight. "Oh no," she said,
frowning.
"Now. now; no politic." said
Mrs. Ma thews loudly, attempt-
ing to smooth tilings over with a
steamroller.
It was the nearoat thing to g
diplomatic incident.
But lira. Ridgwa]
bach mi safe ground Mi
. clhabed into her mink. .into
the celeurat.d 1P American car, trailed by the
chogen lwo ,,,,, KUllim,,,.. tba wivi .
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Pictures
the pa
proper one. Mary.
Penny appear In
wherever she steps.
His iwr
Penny i
When the
Penny noes too. "Th.
reckon* that it doe-
lf he's come to tight
a wife on his arm,"
officer at headquarters.
Penny's flight into fame Is
Pen Pah
Dear Sir,
I am asking you if you would
BU space In your
lh- nMOl-i muL "- SXrESi "!n But >n t*nn, mad. It plain your swvlc .... nchuUd, S."".1:"'^'.',,,^ "ub"*h""' my
aid
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th^1.*^' Pcn"y SOarert h'"h 'The ladles
sno did what no general's wife frocks
kept to the On the tick or 7.30the ap
when it came to pointed hour of dcuarture the lnc C|(.nm
making comments. General's I-idy in.
f the Press, in One more picture, pie-use. :i BJninnorit Estate
d little black photographer pleaded. Ho askel ntbue
ttwitlvely. ... if he could lake a picture ->f HriUsh Guiana.
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PACE TWEI.Vr
Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. JULY n, 1SS2
SBUCVlTVKAl KKPOHT: Antigua Orummar
June Rainfall Below Average nt^cuy
In lut report on Ihe work of '"' > ' Uylna oul ol (Jua.-a 1] iVrTuma
th. DrtpammMit ( Science and ioi.iuurs ITJ vulu- Cherry Th ., p,,_ojl1. i ,w_
ApiculUlr. in, th. month of June, % ...ted. .nd Pap.t. 11 Anusu. 0^0^ SchMl loo!
ram'"" for 3 Hi. Excellency S.. ItainSh
un- atom of June. lf,2. ni pea. wa. muniwd. Appl,...: ----- Ki'Mll. O.B.E. wu
at"".:.. :n iho ul .ulpii .jto ?M unable to .Hand but Lady Buck-
"";""'> '?!"f,S!" lu:' "* u" "on c*"~- 2>" """* "" premnt. arcunipaiueu
ante ahosven. ten .... pr..xim- |',. u,ll number o( llvestot* INMrlanstle. ml inunUI I. Hie Private Secretary CuUUn
ately > daya duBn the month. ,| u^. .ui.ons t the end ul riaata. I ... K K W Flrwitt
n*.vy aaia widely dKinbute.1 ratn. junw WM na, ukIu.in. youiu un.lr.yl Hid l.vHvc ornamental The Headmaster Mr, J, F Foote
mi on inr aih .md U1 According .pjck ix,,,, duiut Ihe mouth. H.nl.oldinVrenl specie. weie.l. In I... .euort p.i.1 tribute to a
SJS_. "if"? JCI''V ,rom Thtee bUOdrad and sevc.ily-.ix distributed tiom January u, June, bta W.lter MrSevmey who was
on. ".Sail cXforl". V", -'"" ulk "" "'"d"'W- < '" ** U. .n old bo, o/^hTSSo! and for
IslandI the .vcr.ac t.Sl rainfall ,nd Jroun "* """ ra*"'" Oraiuc .artoon. pH. UXal a- aa.nJF '*"> member of Ihe Cov-
for"tniontAw?Sl^hJrThe '"' breeding, deter- i"""f "". "' 'he bo* Th,
awraKc total for 1, .19M wi. " """drcd and four .tud i.unat.on. we,.- mad.- .. Se-well J",""1 now ha. a new Governing
June f.,. p.t 105 year, wtl ""on. There were a. follows: res.il lib ''n- 7''''^'^ ^Jf'., Canon
5 4. inches The approximate , "uU. 1(1. buck. 110. ram.......... ,, vu,. LJL*B*Jjf '' Co,; tTX
tal rainfall for lhe x month. and * H* i.lemUnotlon auMhod. wore I'1 ,,,, f i w 1^2'
January to June 1952,. I4.M ...._,., ...,, .. Ik M.m ,ta. S" ,;L" ' 1^'.'
Ineha. the total for the correa- r.NTOMOLOOICAL OKrirt i*n two L^eS ^S
pondin,, ww for ,05, .. 04 , numW , moll, "H ^* ~j[. -^ 3 ...y-^.e^biy? JSlff^S!
jHa^rnn'"^ SfSl 'S "" ^ STiT S H ^2%^ ^^ Hre^l* X
WctffS^, .......-j---,.. ^dlTuitS.'ag
IbCM rS " duweted ;. The hnrve^ni, of the u, ., Jj-J. ^ai.,.^.; .,, ^ MSRTUSrtrt*
,, urn uliiiw could lota. '""*"' The Hon. P. 1>. MaeDonald Col-
loUl crop for the IMI i..on I. can. Held.. Nona was found. I, rtiiiie wa. audiial "" '' *"i"ar of the Leaw.M
the enuivalen, of I67.B76 to, .."ddri-rt thTILrE
""Kr '' .. ,,,, ,h. .wiLiJiZ f"""-1"'"" of parent, and boy., iff
tbe.vou,.ane,r., made >,.onal,l slreaaed thaiTi low
>....', durini Hie month and I. .anno. aaUUi* IbemMlvea In T,a".. of arnmon a SSieaion UT"' W w ""*"> '"' the
creen and vigor. ,., ..,..:.,. it .rbudo.. g? ZJSSitol th? leavTs ^"T1 .""Provemenl in .tatxtard.
The nawly planted v.m.r ,.!,,. l..'~JT,~..n'"?";'J,^T.rJ'" The Ilenn of Anti^a ipok, on
arm nated latlalart. ......liylrutre- ,f Oomnmlril. aS.' .i^i
! ..^"""r SffT"' / ,V;nL"^i"A.r.0,x, I ..liar D^nosi* ,.,,d 'tirr'hT'^SfaSS
rr^r,'.- .X^V^"rSUi.oe- NV, uuu-ker nietl.., Vr^j^bjju.rt
ln.pee.lo,, of the eotlon.......- Bunf4-I rarrl.-d .nil ,!, ';'' "Jfv"** are U-uul ^r ^' "'' J "-k rd
,,,.in,,ed durini nj ..ther ratoon Held, attack- ,rt "' lt,l
the month .o . t eure that th. .....1 N~rhi.oee. ,n which ,-, year rnathod. Thne newer tech. ;;, "T^**
plot, had !., M. mi.on.n. failure (ue.. requiie U Uaf mal.rial, ^^""""a "<" "y
The -earrh f. 1 ,-,dt., . ee, hu, which had pribably .ulfer- "* quicker, and eheapor ,. M ""^ Jrtdp(.orUlk.Uj,
waa continued and totnl of 2 543 cd loas in bmnnce due to delruc- cliemnal reoKenta are i-equlred KnIod hv i- ,v Hlackbume
tea. ^lnd In 4 month.. II of roou. The roil .utii of i1" detarmliuUloti. ""* "caoume
The di.nribution of rnttrrn .eed .hi- pttX ha. yet 10 be deter- f""' hundred and twenty-three i------------------
for planting; commenced at the mined ''*af samples were collected from *, --_
end of the month Uld owner, und Annlleali.... ,.< In.e.lleld. ""' 4 2 KJM.P trial-. 14 leaf (yOtlOII Plailtiniff
occupier, are aaked to make ear- Applic.lt.,1, f InseclUMe ...,mpU-i fcan the Pino Milph.l. of """
ly ..ppll.n'i, roJ teed, tip to Ihe Jt '< lane-lieldt ommonl. time of application in Soiiaivra Rnnin.
end of June .red wa. dirih.ited further work nat bean carried .elation to Ideation experiment ! to plant 120 acre, (plantations 18 '"' '" P1?1* *l Coormaton ami In nd 5 Mmple. from the Codrlnu- a ,.
acre., peasant. 102 acrea> s'ak' experiment, on plan- tori urea ^,1 Bnd 2 samples from Ul V I1?l''lf:[
i "tis for root borer control. ,,lo i>,0 ^rtate cane ieaf nutrlcnt
PEASANT AflKlf'I'l.TITRK I'uring June, dye government rn(I work .met... tiimjlsli
tt__.i. ..i. .!..!. rf bui'dlnf* were exambled and One hundred and twentv-three ANTTGUA.
PMaants continued planllni of ,. ,,., a^nn.t wood ants car- .ample, wet* dried and around In A"tlmia' cotton planUne aea-
yam.. ...... ,x,.atnc, eddnea. In- ,.. , nd ,our i^.rt|o. .., VlhWII I'wSuf 'on w'" bo8ln ' Septmber
dlan com and cow pea. durimr ..,, , rlu> ,. , nati. we^ mad. "nd P* '" "' d" "-
the month. In reapons.-J,. the en ..,, fur latol ,^*_V.'',',,:;,,., ,rlal no.i.u.-ment ..-111 be made reaard-
couranment otven by the Depart- , ,, nmmhKt for ihe predepc. ,,SmSL rSiTlt, have been '"' ">e > co"" < > P'"""
ment peasiinl. generally dl.pl.. uImhbii ttatyi lh..,,ne- "l""*"""! "f"'^ nave been ^^ *-
rig^t^aCa -,o rf-JSSL. K,rs. ~ F '""-"- - --ws ,b^ **
youiut n.tooi. eanes ill Ihe lower Vtm, Tr|.|. T-iese aeedlinrj. SN F....."'VM" Alth.!, avemment hu not
rainfall areas were beglnnmc to ri. ,e.,fu||y estublish.-d un- Mbrell.nenus AnalyiK '" elved u llrm offer for the whole
.hov, the atreel ortlie dry weather d<,r irr,llo rKmved thai. Thre.- sample, of B.A.I". were "' "" "" ""P l not propoa-
K. r,. , n ;,, Ji i^e "!"nl1' ' "" Th ablings are adulntntuon test.. cotton planting.
?,,.,-; , . 2 ?,? .^ea. "OW "biblUied and are mak- One butter mplr waa onaljmed '',ov!!T.ra'n,t "]" PurchMe pea-
22 t tnthie"r u "1 atl.faetor, growth Irrigation 'or f,co chlorine, suspected of J""" '?'on i" > ""d pnnx--
dressmes of '"Iphalc ''>amiiionlt. e.munii5 II thb. bacenm. causing a taint. '" m,kJL ""d Payment of be-
June wa. the U* m.atth of Uta *" oe vonunuw n ml. o-c.ana. Iween 12 rente and 14 cents pea
dote season Durlnn the month '"'/""'* rnnaeRieinu lb, seed cotton
pen.anl. .cr,. preparing their The breeding: plou at Groves ft.rinV^,A' llovcrnment doe, not undertake
age will he planted Ihls year than b, le it wa. possible to do mo., ;Jrr^pu1"veJ'.' 'ho" the .mount of cotton for which
la* year '' the .upplyng nccowary by %"'.fM^,6","r a~aeral meeUiuB of ar|, ,s ^.^^^
Small plots of aroundnut. were ungling the existing plots. The r~,),'''"'' ,, L'," 2 wore com- steps are boin. taken bv thr-
Sjnted durln. the month In St r.mainder wa. done by dinning "1"~f.. "* 5 "''>' n>colins.s w,-st Indian Cotton Growers'
... indSt Pew Goodgermin- up stumps from the old field. By ''' " Process of ror.n.tl.,, Aociatioii, the Antigua Cotton
Uon ha. been reported. tl,c end of the month th. .upplies ^nd '' JJ hn-n,llu with the Growers' Amdatlon and Govern-
Coconuu. and mangoes wore 'r, h.l taken and were starting to Pr'"ollwi of eertillcales of rg- m,., u, obt^, new ,].
rood supply in Ihe market Ooori arow vleorouslr. ,, ,.ind 'waive ornamental
yields of breadfruit and pears are s ll,.,.MI nurma Manv ""leer gar* an address on---------------------------------------
expected In due course. ,,, ,, of shi. i"^^'" ,p>-"'K,r"1i<>'; ''1 I- lour The fonnal presentation
Some minor damage continued ......|v wmih wmfm ,^n , ,,. th- t l rt c hurel, Old Sokola. , ,, ,,,, , .egiaraoor,
to 1 ..U...I l,v leaf l,,y.,.r or, h h aasxtCuTllm. b> the Welchnum Hall Cu-operaUvr
beans, scnle Insects on fruit and ,,.,.. ." ,_., ,.,,,. .""""a"on aad Re.utr.tloa M kctina S.Hi,-tv anil llu-Lewai-d
^^^^''"1,...'T1de .....- ...is-actorlly. ^^ JJ^^ lOgOX, lScJKeg' >"' '"" ,,lh
variety of crops. Control measure. tc.,iu>mic Tree Propaaalloo and waa organised during the month
re conUnulng. IHstrlhutlon. Six hundred and Ibis .va formed as a prelbnlii.ir. Co-aueriilmV Day
Peasant l.ivealock lime. 82 mandann. 365 to the farm machine., ancM> rclcbrali.m
HI | spa-truB, M UrtVMl which i. to lie orgamsed when Durlna ikL^HSSUn^ a A temporary shortage of con- .,,, 25 shadi*.. 're.-, were tl- nil.-lent capital has been .ccumu. ,. sh m,,.. k I a 2? .
Eatrated fcej wa. reported dut ,lurl, lhe ,uurt six months- IK-1 and the time is suitable. A ,. ,. ( T,V iSeftS
I the month. Supplies soon ie- ,..,_,ry , Juni.. rrull tree, tie- maraeUng Society 1, in n......, ... ,,*7,r ,he .dSraan
turned to normal In manv dis- h,^ ,ram ,-^rlnglon .luring formalion in St. Thomas. Anothe, .. ^SSLTn.. ftTH^S
M Ihe month. ?f;............ U? tingranlttl f, ',,,,' '" 51h lo IKh July. Thbl waa
bTiri-"*"- Hto::::: 2 SS*5*^ V-VJBrrjBPS:
Members of lhe e.ten.ioii taB Mandarin........... M .ominue ,umc
assisted the l."o-,.DcrB.lve Ofllcr I'omelo............ W One simety was registered di, .
.1 0 meetings of co-ouoratlve Pear ................ 70 the month. Tin inti lhe B General Prnuress
grpt held in June. Qtnlp Oourt (Christ Church I Co It. general ivaftBDIukt to eo-QPttn.
The main activities al -.11 SI,- Golden Apple it, : 1 mg I v. piopaaanda ha la- ...t,.-
Bons. In addition to Ihe usual SllaW Appt. ........ '"i>. I.,.m-..l. which was ,.: lor) and on the whole, esuib-
routlne operations, were those llrcadfruit ........... l.teicd on 4th June. Th il .. ,ctio. continue lo m.k.
connected with the planting of Sour Sop 1 ta. number of socielics registered .1 progress.
Satstatl \..e.
SEA SCOUTS
IN CAMP
Ooitlkoik BM Skuui I
ip .il B*.tll-
. l'u*n.
opruiK- Tlnne are ul>vut 2a Imu.
-u camp witii Mr. C. A. Boo'
cjiouj, Bcouta
i .large, rhtj AaWUlunt Cutnniu-
. iuner few UMir nuU-arM, Cap:.
(. A ^c-Uy, viaimi Uiva. >:!
Saturday. Tlta camp will d4 on
., aflcraoou.
bxcculive ( uuiiuiUm-
MwMiujx
The Executive Comtnii'.
island Scout Council will ntevi
o-morrow afternoon (Monday i
t Seoul Haadquaxwr-. at & pjn.
August Camps
Many troops have planned to
amp durin the monUi tt Augu.st
md all H.-W. Camp iuipmcin
iuve been booked up already
Tins is indeed l healthy sijpi aad
,e hope that more Troops wul
cumpum during September H
*eil. Those Groups who have not
.
o ihe rnd of lhe la&t term (Jan.
Apr! i . ki anon as poauble.
quIpaMBl or Badger, will tM
iHmd Ui Groups whirli HI -
Film Sfcovv
There will W- .1
Siit^* f"r Scouu and couiars m
uniform at Uic British Council
Oantr*. "Wakelleld". White P^rK
Koad, at S p.m. on Thursdiiy
.tlternoon next, July 31st, at a
pin. Special feature of the show-
will be the film of the last World
Jamboree which was held In
Austria IB August 1931. Don't mi^q
it! Saatlnu accommodation i*
hmitod so be sin
;.nd to wear your Uniform.
Group Activiliet.
The Hon. Secretary will be gla 1
to receive news of your Oroup'.s
.utiviUes through your Aasistiuit
< i>mmissioner for publication "
Scout Notes". Please let u
know what's 'cooking' In YOUn
CROUP. It will encourage other
Cioups too. BUT please send 1"
tout notes not later than the
Thursday before publication dav.
GOOD CAMPTNG TO YOU ALL
Barbadian Studies
Shakespeare
\\ Stratford
The British Council in con-
junction with the F.xti;i-imir|
Department of Birmingham Uni-
versity has arranged two courses
on Shakespeare at Sli,itfor Avmi dur'ng the summer The
first of these will be nttenrted by
SO UM,-hei gBd students <>f
English from Auslralln. Canada.
Southern Rhodesia. Bartades
Itrlgium. Finland. Frsnee. Greece.
Italy, Sweden Isr.el. Braill,
Peru. Urugusy and USA.
The protrranime eon
,,,,.-. rtf lecture- v !* Kh-ke-
'l^-nre Institute by Dr. rilfforel
leeeeh on "Shakeipeare^ Romnn
Playa." Mr. H. V D. Dyson nn
<-..ne.lv. Tragedy and thfl
I^st Plays." and Professor C. J-
Si**on on "The Rond to Discov-
ery" -nd additional lecture* hv
lendlnR British scholar? on
Sh-ikespeare und hl eontemp'ir-
nri. n..d the IlllUlllasI Age.
Mnnr>fT' attend perfni-mnnretr
of olays at the Memorial Theatre,
and tutorials and diciision <>n
these plavs will he held There
are also plav-readlnc Wki and
vllui to place* of Interoft In
Warwickshire and the Coast-
wl.ls.
KING FAR0VK
ABDICATES
hi
* l-raea aesc 1
oup
wc* staged Wedm^rt.v was not
He is In
lhe aaval
mminand in line.
..irning long conference 1
with Mahei. his troops went to the '
King'* Palace. They were barred
'iit'ii bodyguard. Naguib I
forres opened lire on the guards j
when they refused the demand for '
(he Palace Nag*1b'<
, smashed their way into
the Palace and arrested Abdulla
0 Nafuim Paiha.
Matter's two-day-old Govern-
ment was reported ready to resign
on Saturday night, and independ-
ent Baesiedn Barakt Pasha is be-
lieved the most llkel> candidate
to be appointed to form a new 1
Net,
The "day of uclioa>" fell exactly
-.x months afl*-i Cairo's "black'
Saturday" rlotB of Januar> 26th In
Which Cairn was ripped by rtot>
I murder which burned
nut great sections of the city
modem business are., und left un-
T'umbered hundred* dea.l and In-
jurad.
..(.uiuii.in.,! en
Naguib was reported U) huve de-
ii.jtnded vtimld have stripped I
Fitnuk f liir, Kuyal preionatlve-
1 1 dismiss an Egyptian govern-
ment, and dissolve the Chamber of
Deputies II'
Stevenson Accepts
Nomination
a) Kroaa PMf 1
dent Truman, who flew hen- naaej I
!: 1,. i 11 1
. :
which he loir ml.) the ftcpubh- j
cans and staunchly defended Ms
Fair Deal programme. He intro-'
.lured Stevenson as the gee*] whn
had been numm-tid im the Praat-
dency on a "reul honest to good-
tt "because" he would
DOl make deals with anybody".
At the time that Kefauver Bnd,
Hussell marched before the Con-
vention and conceded, Stevenson
was still 1 Vi votes shy of the 614'v
he needed to win nomination. As
soon as the two defeated candi-
dates finished short addresses to
the Convention Utah made a
payoff change In a vole thai
Stevenson t U.P. I
TREES FOR
CORONATION
S.mland plans to mark gueen |
(orimallon .1: BUU >
ways. One of the mcen attrnctlv.1
ideas Is the plantinc of com-
memorative trees and shrubs in
titles, towns, and villages
throughout Scotlnnd.
Young paopM will play a
ijr.nniin'i't part ;n this icheme.
following Ihe example of the
Edinburgh Girl Guides who. for
the 1937 CnroniUIOn of King
George VI. planted 400 flowering
cherry trees In an Edinburgh glen
To-day. after IS years, the trees
make a magn'flcent display each
spring
Jamaican Musieian's
Successes
Among medal winners announ-
ce 1 at the final concert of the
Ft -aval of Commonwealth Youth
organised i>y the Overseas
league on Monday June 30 was
Julian Barber of Jamaica. He
was presented with the Colonies
Media by Colonial Secretary
Oliver Lytteiton.
Among the audience wer.-
r. any dilUngulshed mHtteiaqg m-
niimg Sir Arnold Bax (MasU-r
.if the Queen's Mtsick). Rogcr
giilter, Harriet Cohen. Albert
Ss'i imons. Harold Craton. Sey-
mour Whlnyates (Director or
Music, Brlti.-h Council), and
Hi-lb RailUm (Director. National
Yntith Orchestra of Great Brit-
West Indian
Teachers In U.K.
Five West Indian teachers
have trrrvad 111 Unta.n as gUMM
of the Colonial Otllcv. They are
spcndiiig month in Britain see-
ing many acUviUes connected
with their work, and other
aspvets of the British way of Hie.
The party consists of Mr. E.
( .,-,.i-. !,.-...{ I..mi. 1 ol lhe An .1
Kcgina Senior School Essouueh-.
.ni,, Qulana; Mr. B. French.
Mipervisuig tcichur at St. L-ucia.
Mr. H. Jackson, head teachei of
a Roman Catholic primary .school
in Trinidad; Mr. T. Miranda, ..
Methodist teacher from British
Honduras; and Mr. V. G. S. Pin-
noek, headmaster of Morant Bay
Government School, Jamaica,
Before setting out oft tiveir
tour the party were received by
the Crown agents for the Colon-
ies, Sir Harold Downle. and by
the deputy Cha.rman of the
Royal Empire Society, Sir Gerald
Campbell.
On July :0 a reception was
held In the delegation's honour
by the Earl of Minister, parlla-
m e n t a r y Under-Sec retary of
State.
Tbey are visiting a number of
i-honls of different types.
Oil Ihe Industrial side they are
v siting a cotton factory to see
West Indus Sea Island cotton
being spun, and a sugar refinery.
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eeiame Vt-Taka air a.i.i,[.i
i-'.i.Uti W a.i (Irniu bpaat thr (laiidi
aim iiiua laiuauraia Is* aieodi ar.i >..
KimaU IM tod). tUara la no lnoa aalllrn
i, H oa.ni ivpan an aato*-
ltl.ni lB*BitK>BHal rUU I* Imi and
toa. may la*! Urn padri eui-r -nMn
nr viN TMaf raoilu ana e**F .t -
, ad mm
eaaai
tu
R.ttals 0aritl..a
Bo aalMladim baa Mia lit* aueeaai a'
V, *a*t ir, roiimitc aaalbliil an I
a oSer
i0 lime alwr llau M teniaeanda af
aoBH al arMeh had alaioal |ir
-1* ol e-ir Mla| all and .il. and
UR8
S-.ianua lo aaal eellUat nail.____
rl, tat.af.rlgii U t'tjj wai On VI.
M I 'on rfW taMSBBtl .adar IhU -rtllaa
- awl saaM ft
,ni*a II Bgaai nat* yea ratiDajaf.
irvi^ii, fiai of ai.r lo (piaa 16. <*a>u(aa af 111* aa a-all
aa whi did anaa rn war* M -our pnata.
a- o;. a.aaa.r raturn IM aaaax, pa a. J IM loll ptuaMx* aatse lll M M-
Uintd amhaas auialna aa anweaeL
. ____ ___. D-. t saSar saatMr aa (raaa thai raa-
Bii(**a t, o.i:iKi.va afldo-n. da-Mrorajwi-tiiM daMHldlae
Mtaruai aoaa and ay ..dniai CM VI-TaM (ra> you, rH.i.i
untaMUiia Ifcroeitioail I lodai TM luaranla* enlacta fv
TeatfMtere
VJIaJMy
a ififout^c.i I
Vi-Tabl a Guaranteed m
;tt.ttttt.... .... i iiiiimti
.11 S / HEf EH E
MINIATURES
amoija whirl' you will find the well known
Mr and Mrs. Duck with Dack and Dilly. Mr.
and Mrs. Penguin with Benny and Penny. Mr.
and Mrs. Rabbit, and last but not least floral
Babies. Wynken. Blynkcn, Nod and Bear be-
hi'i<(. .
Wr have also some very reasonable bird
figurines "the Pelican". "Woodpecker".
"Budgerigar" and "Heron".
Come riirl> ii.I make unit choice ul your
ItoalrTr, -
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
OF
llolton Lane and Aquatic Club Botrih
Phone 3l Phone 4897
_/*w h*w w^-9Vm% c^evtntu-*^/ive
.. tlit Lil,-il ./ &tU*tm't <=Jln* C*t*
More Economical
More Comfortable
More Powerful
a
"A Car with aU (he> 'Extraa* you'll
deairc.**
?
New Shipment of these Famous Cars
arriving shortly.
?
Redman & Taylor's Garage
V.'-V'X-C^-W^OO*
Near Cathedral


SUNDAY, JULY
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE THIRTEEN
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
FLASH GORDON
BY DAN BARRY
...ONLY ONE THING TO PO.'
SOMEBODY S GOT TO STAY BENO
ANO DRAW THE R FRE WHILE THt ^ I
REST OK YOU GO UP IN THE
ELEVATOR' Weil..
JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
LET'S THt TO KEA40N
THIS OUT. JOHNNY.' WHY
rMCETWfi WIT i

IT COUlP BE A *
BTONT'RSeTMEir
CPEB:ATiC^5...0e.
THEN AGAIN. JUST
: NPTOTHRXW
CKAY, BMTAPlSE'JLrST
KE*E"10e\..lvEGOT TC
flSTUKI ANPBBCS
. *our /tfjyBOPv
S I PJCXEP
OUT' __^-
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MAN US
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
B----7 I' KW
EE...TWAT
" Mil WBUflO ~J
^$er **...BUT i

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^.AY

THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK 8> RAY MOORES
is is
AicGisv
i, PF.,_,
i" Hi- i.,i-
Klnt Oeorie VI
Gordons
Stands SuptefK&
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only
^ -- -------------------------------------* -------------- ^=m--------------------------- '* ...,- M ^
SI'I I I \l, Ol I I Its are now mail,.1.1. at our HVunrhr* W I.ite Park,
I >... il-iil. Spt-i||l>lM I .u*llv NOW SF.MOl.INA $ 9n
IIATMF.AI. Ill Tin. 1.03
POTATOES 4 H>s............................ $.48 $.40 OATMEAL imTim. .60
iStiPSaSF 2 ;:|!"" s *"" S
IICSIOCUA M .4B I'EAHI. BARLEY......................................... Jl
SAUSAOES VIENNA (4-..z Tins).....40 .39 coffee CHICORY .11
CHICKEN SOUP 42 .4" CIIA.SK-.SAN>10I<\K INSTANT COFTOC
MUSHROOM SOUP .......................42 .40 KffiT^JKJSKs %
tomato soup ...............36 .34 KXappiS anflOU is!
ONION SOUP .......................................36 .34 oiiavas (Large) 6S
GREEN PEA SOUP .36 34 apricots (Small) ,__...... .J
FRUIT CAKES 31b Iln- 3.00
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
G
.:
V^
Guinness
STOUT
FOR STRENGTH
C. F. HARRISON & CO. (Barbados) Ltd.
P.O. BOX 304
BARBADOS


PAGE FlllRTEEN
-I SOW ADVOCATE
SL'NDAV, JULY 27. 132
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TfLErHOhE 2S0t
FOR HIAl
HOUSES
PI III.If SALES
I III V) I4I\ M
BEAL ESTATE
SI. Miihai-I's (iirK Vho.il
IHKTII
I

bahe do.na Well
IHEl)


Itnea- Church Kew Road
F.h. Adi
Brar.dCTiitdn
THANKS
ANNI'll K Mr
.ml "
M* art
funeral
and irth.i i
their recent l*rrvi"rnl.
by the death of Mr*. Beryl
gratefully retui
tided Ihe lunera
r other wat*
inpalhy -
Mabel Aunt
FOR S VI K
Ida Flat main i
AUTOMOTIVE
CAR t*l model
H-l.n Owner driven. Ota*
m v im mm
Mf hum <
,-. MM ,(*>.J
IS) In
-n IftH P J

relcpnqni
IT T M-ln
CHELHOLME" UnfiirnlaeieO Che;
e.t Garden* Inapeetlen an\ *. *- I
rpt Sunday.. >
CMUMO STANDARD IB lit .-.callenl
.-.J/.ion. good bargain Phone ilia, or
OM L P. M T S3In
CAR > i \ ,
II D Stewart.
Super DeLuxe X 754
. .Irvr* |o
17 7 53 411
Oilman Mln X-l
--. IT.aoa mil**. a.eel lent
laavlng I.Und ln.a>BC_OI
.-i .-. h pif u
r i isn
IN MEMOK1AM
i in ...
. iw
Alii' 1%TF.ME VTK
Cppar Hard Mmi
I BK) MONEY hv .ellm* Red
fuilon in vour par* time Oct a auprb
of forma todav 1.1 Han
WA .Mil
LADY CIIPK -
for the North*
appHrit-ona rr
DeugUa. Country
I 11 A .11,, A-*" IA10 mllaa Ratal.
condition Available September
naaraat. TaUaphone 1T14
Ford 10 Batai
..I -ArchvUk". Country Bd
Michael. 2nd Route Iron. Roebica
tr 7 ~
ling*. <*rJoetobly funUahrd. FngHan STItl ITT
r-aih Open Verandah rrin| era u.tabl- | Ju
i.' pernn.
Telephone 3MB. II I I
- psatM.
BREEZIf Y. Muwll Coi
lined Houae with 4 Bcdrooma. Br>artou>
Reception Room* Double Garag*. and
. iv m beach John M Mlada*.
t Co Phot..- ***o PI'. I'd uRimij C.BW VW
eaouah land
The
"mf*"
am .i. i.
n bbmm < an g an
i liable for a bard -nth
> atari mote b uldir.j'
d*l on apt
aale by Fubiit Competition at my
roRIA STREET FRIDAY l*t
m In -
ARCHER MtKEKZIF
FT T.a* 4n
;n( on u.an aniirr feet M
The Hoixr conlalm Ihiae badroomi.
la- *h Mi
ObnV Mm.
4 Ma IMI
CANAAN Calll*ah. Rathanaba
irnlihad. ElectrKity and WaUr Bapt ,
Oct.. Nov Apol> Mri A A Gibbon'
F.ilkMtorw. St J.niM Trl (MIT
71 7 S
InapailKMi by
th#
liad FUta at Dua>
iiUBi* (or 1
Available July 1Mb onward Phonr
Fl^TS-Taii .
**. St Lam nfaw Suitable for 1 only.
and II .
"

f Auluat IMi

I \KIEIM,I.IN A M III
La... MMM
IT 7 l.m
UAUPIIINE ESTATE. It Vincent ITS
rrea of fertile land, paitly bonUftMl >y
LA*t CAMPANA8" Furnl.ned or i iwo nvcr. ilh hydraulle powtttd
rurnaheJ "LaM Cimpaiui" .ituate Arrow Root Factory ERata Houm.
I Av"ie Ballevllle. conUlninaj 3 Animal SUIIa etc SlluaWd 4M .nllea
Bedrnom*. Uvliuj Room. Kitchen. Rath. (nm City Verv Suitable I" m--
let with Front and Back Veiandaha Farm Apply H A II..
. Servant*' Room with NautOn. SI
in urd. For par-
TT 1 M3n
CAK IPM Vauxkall IIR-4J far in
...llehl .....dillon. owner driven Apply
:- '
" irm. flin.l churni
Bua-alop ui front. FI T HIn.
CARS1*. IM* and ltl Hillmai.
aloona. pm ranalnf fraru'11.100 lu
U0OO Aikiiii A40. t'ltroen and Dodge
tlTM to 23M Hill-
ii.-n Fatala rar alVOO All nl thete raia
It.mc
14 T S3-:
i"b Good
tiling huh
-
head. C t
ajil lifter ii. one year
i... iga I..... i.i i..v. prjM
new. Twin curburettu"
:Uuta pfffurmanre Owner
car. Apply D. Harvey
< .ltan DanH of Commerce
n t m -i
ROOSEVELT MANOR- On
i. A-.., h Wa*M i
lieclrooma and all modem i
Apply "Eaia*. Court". Ra.nn._
TAI.KIM. POIN1
U any cwrr.
I'M**, Of r .
.id Sn
SHIPPING NOTICES
IM III M
NOTICE
of the United Stataa
HUNT Ml" TMEW-AUnaal New
Bedroom Stone llunialaw. .
in Admire, nil Modern Convenience*
Near It*. Ooine. Under 1.4*0-Almoai
New S Bedroom I Partly Stone 1 Bunaa
Reaidenr* to Admire, Gomi,
Under HWi BY NAW GARDENSA
ran Qi bratta B* .,. inu B*"-"f *
Cupboaido II inch Stone Bunaalow
-about T in old*. Dlmna llrcakfaal
Tolltt'. Garaae, Servant'*
Room. Ever!tc Roof. A-l Condition
Baak Yard encloaed wllh Stone, about
11*00 aq. It Oolna lor Only Undar
E3.10O AT alAXUM.I. Mill. A
New I Bedroom Stone Bungalow, about
. ln Under El 100 AT
i : i.am: A I Bedmom
ollaae. Oovt W.li. Elerlrlclkr, VBT*
inilnin **-

I n)l..i| i
Otal 3111. D ' <:.
KcjI EaUte Agent, "Olrva Bmlfh", Haaf.
In** n 7 M I;
The fnllowUaa; u the r"imiill
New Girbt to be aatmtttad to Si mii
School eat Maadai "wi'
be* nat
>AMs K.f <-tt. OretUa
. MTV Dorian Yvonne
A.J.EVNC Calaatla Orlandtne
HI IVKI blm> LeMU
AUSTIN. Hat) Adele
n lil-.THAM. Narva Bane
I llaavr Ruby Eunice
1.1 RaBIlY PwWlCla Elaine
II |![.A<"KMAN. Dwrowiv Maura
II BRANCH. Noreen Elmir^
II Him'HER In- Elrlta
14 CAM UNDER, Edlln Vakla
15 .AI.IJ-NDF.ll. Kth El lee i.
in (ORBIN. Cicely Vernnka
17 i'OX. Mvrtle YoUnd*
la CRAIGG. l*eaa-> Annette
H CRICK Marva June
0 ImjTTIN. Monica Verina
I! K lorn* Avaihnl
IORDE. Plrend.< .1 a I
in i. \hm:s M.irnr .
.. M-OoiW Haael
> (,i(M>-riTII. PatMla Ethel
HOLDER. Dan La Payetle
miWAIdl. CUudlne Sylvester
SB HOYTB. PatrtcHl Eurajta
9 HURLEY. Mirwada Allla
3*. LASHXEY. Noreen Hyacinth
i: -ii'in natwaaii viaiM
31 wOllELEY. Haurva Oneta
a .rut. Norm* Eileen
St SAND1FORD. Joan Patricia
31 SKEETE. Gwendena Eraeothei
x* T! si'KINGER. All*n Allnda
3t STUART. Cvrllene
i iN. Yvonne Jeanette
*., THORNE. Anita FellcU
41 TKOTMAN. Monica Eualyn
, VtAIREH. fttonkn Caroline
43 WARNER, Dmiii>* Winifred
48 WATERMAN. Lauraan Clutild
WHARTON. Doloiea M.nlett-
wiLTaUMRK. Opal
wonncn. ii-imii p.-
i> S. The Headrnlatreaa
UU Buardl-na of Ihe a*M*
accompony thetr d^urhter w-i.l.
Srn.-.i '.n H
lUi IBM -I I 1 a ra
.',','.-.-. v,v,v.v.v.v/.y/rVt
1 Tt*r Bicvclr RalTlr-rl In 5
S Aitf or HI 1.1> JI.WELRY s
*; STORE baa been won b* S
\ Tkkrl N. 7.
L
(XIETON i HARLES
27.752In.
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
M S
BAILING TO
M S WtUJEMSTAl) IRh Au|U*t 1*9
ILINt. TO lUMlllB fAUHlKll.
AND HRIIIBN Oil ANA
M S NE6TOH Mh Auajiuri IMS
SAIRE Jiin Auajuat 1RB
MS sTKNTtiR 5ih SatMarnbar IBM
. tlllM. TO TUNIAAB ARD
< I KACAO
S S BOwKOOr' llth AUaTuM IBU
M S HERA 1Mb SeptambaH 1*U
HAIIJNG TO TRINUlAll
M 5 sciiaE lath July ISM
F NINON. SON a> CM) LT*.

The M.V MONEKA will accept Cargo and PavenBera lor Mat. Antigua. St Kill*. Nevla and Montaerrat Sallanar on inr NMIi July IBM
The M V CAHIBBEE will Ar-cf>t CarBo anal Rawmgera for Dominica. Anturua. St KMIa. Nevi, and Mont.erral Sailing d*W lo be NotifWd
B.W I. SCROONER uw m h AfeSOClATIOM (INI) twaalgaaeL
Taaa. tar- **.:
Ciiiiiiiliiin National Steamslii|is
OLtRROtND
LADY RODNEY ..
l ANADIAN CIlAUaENOER
LADY IfCLROaV
i anadian ciuiunat
I ANADIAN rONSTRLCTOH
-ADY RODNKV
CANADIAN i I'll l '--'.
IADY NEXRON
NOKlillioi sn
LA1)Y KODNEX
CANADIAN CHAU.ENGER
I-U>Y NUJ4IN
CANADIAN CRUISER
i ANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR
IADY RODNKV
CANADIAN CHALLENGER
IADY NELSON
Salla dM KaH* Arrii-
Baaaaa Rar bade. fcJu.i
1 Jufcv 1 JulV 11 July
n July U July 3 Aug
1 Ana Aug Aug i:> Aug
It Aug. IM
a Aug
M OSapt IS Sept 13 Sept Sept IT Sept SjS
Arrlaaa hall* |5SS V Aug
larbadaa T Aug. Bapbadaa 9 Aug BaaaaB 1* Aug
II A>ig M Aug Sept. 1SR*V' Aug 3D Aug see > Sepl 30 Aug 11 Sepl. 30 Sepl
30 Sept. 11 Oat.
g OM ai oct
It Oc' 11 Oct R> Oct ii Bet
la Aug
':?;
II Sepi
Arrlvr*
M-..I-
St Auk
IScpl
14 -S. L.I
13 Sepl
I Oct.
It Oci
34 Oct
4 Nov
i -ii i ..ii. ..i.i. .p.'t |a
GARDINER AUSTIN
& CO., LTD. AienU.
CAR- Dodge Super-de Lux* iX-ag.
Will .ell for cath. brat offer, boughl
mailer car Flrtt claaa ord<
driven thai _..
16 T 5SI f
Norton
AppO
..r. i PafB BE
IT T M-ln
Old reliable Company eatabllahed in ,,-
Trinidad for many vear* reejulraa h*
ervaCei Of a rompctenl and eparleneril
Manager for Branch Office to I-
aanaafJalwal In Barbadoa end Septrmbei
IPSl Pleaae rend full del.Ha MM
alatv re*|nleed with *mall Paaapon
ulrttBr 10 Advocate Box G T. C/o
Advociilc < < Wl.H-Ifft
MISCELLANEOUS
HOUSE
nU* 3 bed ang t____
n&hed iwllhoul cr.>cfcfry and lln,
GarrJaii apace. Sea Coa*l prelioed
BbaaaBiare ri.ii.nl.-r.il ilhh, S lull.

*i.ti.ag full particular* and Rental
a T"
Depl.
mletil
I.UlKll. l..
ni-.ti.
OFFICE Small
Peqiilrrtl tn Raul
Box AO. Adu

rua T k i
is Dapi
an M pocket I
by rtenmmendtn !
RrniFTUSlON In c
II SO mii
mated
II Mn
SUFPLEafENT YOUR INCOME -
lecommendmB lirniFTUSinN Obtat
I particular* ffom the IlEPi^r'
Public (Wirinl Salt-
On T"ea.l.i the 1.'
1BBB. al I e hour of 3 or lor* i lb
till be olrt l m. ..fflce t
ll,i- hlBhe^
,,der Lha
Alt M..' rerUlii |
l........B * 1' Peel Mlu.i. ,i 1

HOW or late Of Peer. <
or lale M
on land* i.
late of am
' EllfalH-lh Moore tin Ian.:
1-U.r.nrr 1^.-.
H I M
Slat,..., II

with the
iieiciu ait appraiata a
The whole property
T4R>URANI> DolJARR
Attacked I torn R "
ir.wa.aV ratiafacllnn. Ac
N R H Dr-p.
.1 pi.rriuiM
ELECTRICAL
Oarlllatlng
i Orbli Fan
Ught Pm

a*j i..
FT T St-11
LIVESTOCK
.OATH. 7... Goat* freah in milk
*ppl> Hai Id Waalliernaad. Fonlabellc
.T.at- 11 B
4 Itiii'Triiiii i.ih
ielu.ed Apply Ctilhbert
Itullp
31 T U- Ii
MECHANICAL
FILLNG SYSTEMS -Complrt
bfl Barbadoa ar* raquaated to call at
the American Consulate from July 1 to
!l. IBS! for SelecUva Service Regl-loitm i HOUSI 111 board and ahlngir houi
under lha. Universal Military Training js x II uamted throuhout with Bed
Service Act .hadrot.r -id kil.h.'. ..n.i. lietl. ...
. rltrsen* of th United SMtr* .....Bl teparataly Appi^ i
wtva attain the ag* of II year* aub- i KafM g| Philip
sequent to July 11. IPM. are required JT T It-
reguler upon the day they attain "
.naJvaraarp of lb* day
thalr birth.
anthln five day*
artar.
For furthor Information, eonrult he
American ComuUU, Brrg|*own. ~
bado* 17 111-
NOTICE
..ui at CO. LTD.,
Aai.ai.klle Deal*.*. General Earlnee
Bay A Frakya Streata. BddieUvm.
Barbtde*. B H.I
bag 'o nollly our frtandi
Culomer* that our Spare Parti Depart
mrnt will be cloaed for our Annual
Stock-laklna from July th lo 31H.
I^N1>---' si-oii . .-I- ' -...
lUCk Rock For Info Pl.one
Ted Carmichaal. 3441 <. ...
M T U_3n
1 ' .

H4J or 01 ta S3 -Ih
;i Barbados Amateur Boxing Assn.
r.'-.drr (he patronage o/
CANADA DRY
Invite
for tk* 1952 CHAMPIONSHIPS
to b held at
THE MODERN HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM
'Uirtna ths month of August at a dale to be announced later
ChamiRomthlpB tytll be mteitd its the foltou-ino cUuttiotu:
riywagjjht
11ii tam weight
FeatJitTWelffht
Liaiutwelght
Welterweighl
Middleweight
Ucht Heavyweight
under 112 lbs.
ne
120
13!.
147
160
175
173
NOTICE
Heavy over 175 ,
inlcndirm competitor* ore atked to call at Modem Hlflh Schoot
for Entry Forms any afternoon *J5 p.m.
Lulgi
r.iablr al
in* lam
'Foundation. Sehola.- *"'*' J*"?
Combermere School, a. f10*1 "nd "hn"
cummenclng baplaml
Bach application anuat
or near relative of a
-lr,.iiened clrctimitaiicea
Ainiiicatlon. n> writing, addrraaed to
Ihe Secretary. Albion' todac. I u II...
n*. will be received up to July Vth
R. D MUHI1IY
a. | in
IXMRSin COLLEGE OE THE WEST INDIES
EXTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT
A LECTURE
ON
WEST INDIAN


MAI.W. JULY , IH1
-I SI1W ADVOCATE
L
Research In The Caribhean
9 From |-*r 9
I EbbMH hail been vn\
fortunate within this i-Mturv to
I U'o nto Within it^ fr.ir-
tier* several highly specialised
In TYimdad there is the
Imperial College of Tropical
Agrici.lii.ro. the Colonial Micro-
h : -
Caribbean MethVil Centri- Hie
lOmiminwf.llh Burea
logical Control. [>,
BMbeV natiirnlist rciearch sta-
llon .it Arnna. ;md. .
the experimtntjl 1 aboralories oi
Trinidad's industrial south.
In other parts of the Carib-
bean. British and otherwise.
Twentieth Century research has
been equally served by such
institution* H the Station dei
Recherche* Agrouoniiquos a*
Antilles el de la Guyane Fran-
cnise, the Institut des Fruits c
Agrurnes Coloniaux Station
Regicnale des Cultures Fruitier**
de$ Antilles, the Strvice Metc-
orologiquc du Groupe Antilles-
Guyane Franchises, the Pasteur
Institute (all of which operate In
the three French Departments):
the Netherlands Natural Science
Study Group; the Agricultural
Experiment Station of the Uni-
versity of Puerto Rico. .. vtr-
elaborate organisation: the U.S
Rockefeller Foumi.itu n. the
School of Tropical Medicine,
Putrto Hico. the British Wen
Indies Sugar Producers' Associa-
tion and its local member
association', the B.W.I. Ctntfaf
Sugar Cane Breeding station.
Barbados; the Central Cotton
Station. Empire Cotton Growing
IiFTrf \
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
la Carlisle Bay
programme is ofn n intangible
1 :
"true impact In the imp
oi .inrnulturi. or health, or
education, lit-, in th<
i-nce of its Badlngl to tl
in geiMral.
Unfortunately, the time lags
betwe.n investigation and bn-
pkrnentation is often iich that
the k.t.cr comes as .. v.
Its origin:.! cause l< i
The result*, at H MAT. h
are tints often not recognised **',',,-,,,,., 'i ,22......
earns a bad reputation ..s htart- '" w ..,.,, Mj,..
in-the-eloui*- m-*-actlc*l dream- '"'*\ '' "-" U
b>| m vT*,'i" n ^' ""':.'
That this is not so. we only &-..--.,,-.'
have to remember the story ol ilr*"'*^,'"""
Church Services
\\<;iH w
Government Notices
**t*trc
. m

John H. Bovell. The suga;
authorities laughed at Parris in
1859; they blessed Bovell In 1900
whin the new cane van: tic
with their bettor yields, saved
them from bankruptcy as sugar
prices toll.
Research may nat solve all our
problems, but it will improve our u
production, our health, our cdu- *
cation. In other words, rescarcti
sp'll* a high standard of In in
Lei's welcome and tupport it
etta. achoniwt
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At
arbtvai -
na Maria, sss *.<
Biv (..., M.,-nHw Afriif
l>rfAHT\IBS
y "Mii'v 4.aSS ton*. Cw
lor SI VfeWtal A,.i
Seawoil
...... um nr as. ,
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a chiM(
P m Sotona Kvmaona.
I*......
iT Mini v
Tiuwm mi
> m lliUm w <.
Maa> sas am s.M*inn u*m
P m SonOat ^.-l*eol
. \\ p m
Hi.. rUpiiun ; OS p n>
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XI IMOMIt
-*~-t-Bt-4.*, CVriN
JAMBS STHIJCT 11 t in rWV K T
r..- H I) : pro. Bee. S. W. C.
fAVfcTS BAV-ajp a m B*v. K T.
To* p A B D 7 p ... m- a
WH1TF1IA1 1 *a ii.
. p m Mr P A DHitc
GUI MKM.iP-iAI, 11 Mr O.
Ha-..*, i p ni B,-v o sinklae
HOI.KTOWN-S S m Rv P. La*.
|"' p m Mr D 1c oil
BANK HA1X* 3D
SPFlOHTWntWN
,....
Mi
.la I -an W ants Fn^er
Trade Movement
U ith Red China
lr.i I.m.wa
f- saaasaa
mjclah ii .
S 1pm P M
nrniESDA-3 ,. m
> Chaiinu.n Mr.
paatta* % t r
|BM -r
" i. R>v g. W. C
a M*id
I1EI-I-AH :: m H.-V S W C (JB>
P !> Mi J Tudor
RCWSBUHV II
M.
WASHINGTON. July 25.
Japanese sources said on Friduy
that Japan will nsk for a rclnxi-
i^?v rwui""g,J';.ihe "': "" U bM. on lb lr.d. with
SB*! . "'' .;' ,'he. WKi Communist China when Wo In-
SSLi'S'itScSffS;^ !,^iltoh,;."i leaf.kUcv m"'""'
opmem d Wolfarc Orr.nU.- XJrSSnuuS. ,ho Uni.M
SL ..____,. States. Britain. France, Canada.
The strtss. It would seem from aiuJ j ,' nwet ^ Uo0^
till on agncul- lo sl.irt talka on lncreaBmf ^^.p.
' eration on export control policy
regarding trade with Communist
ireas, especially in the Far East
"Japun is discriminated against
n trade with China" a Japanese
ofTUiul said. "Japan should like to
placed on an equal footing
h other powers."
He .fxplaiiied that the jyatrlc- n#i
se trade with nhe ;-1 l
"unknown" M. o( coconui """ Thov *"m ""'" ' B !
o" kIK- m d fot ''"<" vrry MJ U on banned goods
To rn.nUon.nc work be,ng '?"Z"'^ "J^n "i^'C' SS "
No. only .,ro Ihew mvistUa- ">"! NltlOM, he.raid and .hl
lion. lr-ln to conquer rtle..e, f"" h'm '} f?v'"}"V T
scale, and insects, but
1

K*tih Lassiar
iSmST*** -
w g. Do,
ll
lion
The
these names, i
lural research. Rightly .. for j
agriculture la the main economic
basis for most of the archipelago,
for some of us. our very
existence-
Crag* .in- hvayi manaead by
' Hrots, sod '. i unneces withothcr nosssn
W to remind ;, West Indian "' "^".^''.k.,
raiding public of the threat of .,.
ttM Mo, ale disease to sugar, of mainU-td .
CJps l"',""0,,,' jBhn Ml"" p"
! BTMI4VS Gaum;
smah M Km, i w,. a iuoil
Morri*. M Parh.r. W u..on: r
' >noaas, W,
OassMaga
Ml lifiip Umthwaile
Si.nli at 3pm
SP4VLI Rund.tv Aulul Jnl ISBS.
1 JO p in
III rn*
mriatnr. p- i ..imrf IBM
I'iodc Krv 1 U-triK. will pre-o-l
" ' ''' "' Vln*H M J...... ,
br Ch*lim-n Tl- Mli^ir, will perform
MOIVVIU
ItormCK STHKET S p n\ M.irrini
crvkf. PTrMlHr. Bet r Nn
T p m Kvcniri* Ariv.n- ftrtwhrt Brv
CHACr Mill 11 .i ii* MAii.ii.s *
V4M, Ph>wli,( Mr ptn mo.

M
Da !>,.,,-
v
nirt.r <; Oeoakti
ii .,
AMY/-.S f>* r.\r//' W,7
ma jii !*.
"HHpi n(h OKK rt.,1,,.
i ...... < Maiais ,
rlintiri
Silht or Drinii-I
DraTU
r. (*4ibl4>
i CurrBiitv is. p in ,
coupon., ih> 3 lo |
I 4 10 .
Morion, BsrVIM
M
i*r\ e r. n. I p tVeaaag
r Mi i t; Dmm
Kitv p i'-, iima *
*. ft"*! Mr D Culprpivr
m .-. 6MBI p '" l^.-nm, lei
Mi f l>mt>*
t*tOf> mi i Ipn RVtMaa rvir<
HMMtl MIINODUT I in I II
rat; At him. aiioimmi ms
-i..li. Jal) nth, ISM
BETHEL II am B* T i i
T p.m. Mr V Plltrli
DA.-'
Application* Hie invited for the post of Road Construetlon Bhkmi-
eer. Pubii.- Work- Department. St. Lueta. on a ihree-ya*v i
with hkv in the seale $3 * 2*0- M.0 per anrmrn
The applicant should fulfil the followlavg remUrer.'.
i at QuaJMcd or have paaaed seetions A and of the Aaaociate
Examination of the ln (bt Have had at least riva vean experience in Bh
lion of low ssjaj roads: and
(c> Should ps-**s j ''orklBg knowledge of road-maknig
rxiuipment
The rommeneing salary will . determined aeenrdlng to At
. | Hid (lualiftcitlons of he applicant
2 A temporary cost of Hvlng allowance at the rale of S3M pel
.i-.iiuni will be payable The allowance i tih(eel to variation 04
withdrawal at any time
S The dppolntee ill be required to keap a ear fo* the prop. .
performance of hi official duties and will bo paid a baste MMBlng
iillowam-e at the rate of $192 pgf annum plus an addition >'
allowance of 10 cents foi each nuk travolled on dtitv.
4 The appointment will hg >ub|eet to Colonial Regulations mid
loetil orders in lorce and to taxation at local rates
5. Cost of passages for appoititoc and family (up to a max.nu.ii.
of Si will be paid in rtrd instance and on completion of contract
unless person appointed rcltnmii'.hc* appointment before expiration
of contract in which case return passages will not be paid.
R Applicants should furni-li full detail* of quallocations nn 1
experience, accompanied b" at U M (WD 'c-.timonialk and a certWlcat^
if medical nlness. and should be addressed to reach the Acting Admin*
S4 l.neia. not later than 15th August. 1952
27.7 M-3n
'?* --*?
VINERGY TONIC WINE
THIS fONM \MM -rophns-
ph.it*- Add (..Ivccrophcs m suited lo
rone up a/sjj an(j
u*ake up ira-hiia; refreshed.
Rrmemhe. Wt ,. hall \\
VINERGY
Obtainable *l
BOOKER'S (boos) DRUG STORES LTD.
BMMD Sikmi wn H-.TTIN09 l \I.PMA PHARMACY!

NOTICfc
I'leuM- note lluti s from Alt.I'M 1st. UJH, our
DISPENSARY in Hrn|oelun vvill not he opened" lor
HiT-ines-. on "Suiidu\ Morninifs".
lor I'ruent Prescription.. Dial S280
????? aaaaagaagaaaaaggaaat
****
Al KEITH
. ... Mr I
MM VI. .M
ll:. -,,
I'..
DAM \n\
(-hrq.i-a. on
Bankrr-
ri and Dt ifi
Hlfhl nrart.
i m
Braihwan*
"Tti ntSTRtrT am. Mr
i M. i. Waohr
I'hoVIDENl* Mat.- Mr !> OrWMI.

things like roolstock trials, th
control of pre-harvest drop, tho
propagation ot new and better
species, improvement of bud-
ding methods, determination of
varieties suitable to particular
conditions, citrus manurial trials.
and the control of tree ants, all
Japan in its limited trade with
Red Chinat'-P.
VAUXJIAt.
7 p m Mr J i>
..I. BaSSSSSJ
rut at JAMBS
II a.m Malm.
. i and *--
Mr q Jo. |
.\1IONAI. BAPTI*
FLOODS DRIVE WILD
BEASTS FROM FOREST
Listening Hour*
U'MlAY JULY -I. ISM
M.i.d.1
CALCUTTA, India. July 25
ii wMrh win yield i-sulls In y/lld rlcphams and llgera, driv- ,"'." K
1-rm. ol monry lo Ihe cltru. , from .he far-ate by llooda, ar m, ti. '
arow-rs. are boln, carefully 10rrortzin the vllla-n In A.am. p "' *'"
"ft ..i .-P""- tr-n Uu.1 area ald on "gIflW--.
These protect! i.re takin- plaM friday. Heporta said that Vie ate- ,
Jamaica. Puerto Rico, Sur-
.'
N. 4
Uid-. 4 ift p m roi the Cm
S.in.lai |[ i ii
V.rdl, 5 4.
jiiri mn. in am I i. i
.. . I. . l'i ' : at ma wi
In Jamaica Puerto Rico: "Sur- ph.",',' haw "demolished "housei! GWOT-TT. Xmu!nm
inam. Trlnlctad and other eltrus terrltorlM and the scientlnc R,|led two omm. Tigers are re- -_-!_/fi_2
survey as the learbook will un- ,, Amad police reinforcements a n. i.i, a si pI1, --------
doub.edly mc-n the poollm and .,, Vlll ,w th(. orea tod Muoii-i. a m . ,., P.,.
rollarln- of Ideas, ftndin-s ami ___ g *""^-i" s pal nilli
sohrtions. to the betterment of __________________ n!T 'tIi. i"s' ,! "JSi' K,
the Caribbean as .1 wholr in.', an. The Amnnm. m
A. ihm nrt of thu.g goes BUS FALLS INTO RIVER: '"' ovnAV IT. '
for other fields of research i-a,1 .S mL
activity Mr Wharton. i( British o DROWN 1Q UlaUOlC "
Guiana; fir. Macxay of Chaca- UKUWW' Itf W 4 1(...... ^
ohacare. Trinidad; and Dr. MRXirn titv mpvipo SfilTC^_* i.t". * ***
raHbbaan Voic-w. 7 n B-.t,
3U pn
iralnini kh vmiui* in la will in- 4
Ihf ft.. t. BfMfrCtol.
.A-.i--.-n! Ptalori anil Mr. Olaa Bt..-. ii
1 IH -\IVAtlOS IK-l
FOUH KOADS II .... HiillH-oa Mr>>
ma. J pin Cumpan> Sibling. 7 |> n
Mr. Malur t^ Mnm
llHIOCETOWS* rKNTBAl- II a 1
Molina.. M**it, 1 pm '..mpan. Mr.-i
a-riirs Sii Cau
" t I > 1 ..- *ri^ - 1 n.r. I .. a1" IT.'..
r.i iv.*. CoaHPUO M-aMi...-
t> n. Salvntinn Mim-II-iB S. Sfil.il T
aibh*
0WTTN 11 -.ni M,.i.ir. MerMi'S.
1 pm Company Mri-nna. 1 o in S-K.
imp M-ellof. Uvulenant I
DIAMOND COBNIR II
Cum-tan
M.|ir
i..i,|..-.
1 ... K0I1
Mr-.ll 1.1
Montestruc of Martinique, have
Tan- 1
ind-Up
1 Th* Nn
i Britain
T", ,U(,l waiiimnue .nave JUW25. V.rdl. S IS p m PH.r Vtw^W
all done leprosy research the Th children were d'ro^ed #u(SnnO'thS'?: * t- >"'
results of which are available to _j ,-. _-___ <-.. .4-^. T w p m WH*h "'-"*">. II
.11 l.or.i-.r 1 Or fUallaOaTl -a.-i.ik-. ,,IV1 l9 P,r*OTls missing after 8 LaMasW Ch-iic* 8 41 ,, m
m. fo Uu .lli.MshVSimLsuL.. bu- ^n wh"e -'tempting'"
Uiboratory. has made GeorW- ,n*10 l*r'chlnB her.-. Th.
town safe from malaria, and his af*?,*nl, oetU"1^ "" '> border "- n rt wm .in-,
methods arc there for others to oI snalOB on the Pacific coast. j- p , IBlll, JJ Hri(<| "T
examine; the Pasteur Institute -.-"l-oru ssjld 31 parsons were ui Talk. 7 s p In Baiiad- and s..,,-,
has dona considerable work In 'he bus which swe|,: down the 5 ,;,,, ;-"'"" m A
the French islands and Cayenne <1v on tuborculciiiis, typhoid, rickett- wore rescued by soldiers stationed Wrii To Tank. 4.1 ,. >.
sial diseases, fllaria and other nearby. Only the bodies of the ^ ' P"'T* "
illnesses. children were reco-.'ered. Man. 10 P m Montrn.
The real value of a research U.F.
no p -
III. Hi-
i.,d.
PIE CC1RNFI1 It am Ilolo.a-.-i M*-l
i>n. J pm Company Maetlnf 7 p n>
atSlfa **r Ualoi J II. .1-
I "Kl-114. MNM I
I".I I H.t-.l. al ( t.rl-4. -Wnll-I
Krl4|.la-.ii. I Bfir Bar StMM.
ti...ila-ra II a m afUl T p m
1 |> in A aVrvirr wharl*
rlUOM Ti-.ll-no4-l.ra ol CtirtWaai
StrNHAY JOt.V TI. lSU
akbM al .....>wr--. TRUTH.
Kal4-n !> I John IS hi. Ill
rnr lellaBII
MM Blhlr -
I il.O.a-
ln.l-i-1-*
Olyinpi- K>
MOiataTuoY couRsas sob
GENERAL CERTIRCATE cat EDUCATION
CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL A HIGHER SCH CERT.
r IO> Or-afc.au Taw. 21
Klua inlaa--
-M,-.l.-. I>-
WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD =
..!. (i l-'iil my Olid.
I11I work. -I.lrh U10.

.....- -H* K la ik-
-.-ftBla.ro.
by Mary BMihar l4.
BMrH lit--. riBth, l*vr rftmbir.F ai
0--4-. and arc ihe Scriptural namea In
Si. -vlad-an 1. wli* b
no -mod 11. l*ul m
PBS* r%
DO YOU REALISE THE NEED FOR MO.tE
QUALIFICATION?
nr *,KI V<1 INTBataUTKO IN M\KIN*. UOBE MtlM-V?
IF SO. ENROL NOW FOR ONI Ol I HI -I < OI'RSKS
\--rliiu-c tm .1 IMouahU- ajp- -d| ->.i"ll-rs Inpect4ir Course
manahip Buildins and
Deslan (iiui-ae
UKS-I if Ml. Fire I
IM Mrrh 13) Insurance Practice.
Aiitomobll, HeD.lrm.n-. Si l' g '"
Petrnlrum Trrhnolo-;v
I l- in- ,1 in-1.,11 ,!,.. ub| jfW "C1 owrse.
IVIrinx t'our-tc. 1 -.in.il Ortltieitr (Miiw.
tienerml ElectrU| Kngin- W \rccunUncy.
eerlng 0*fM. V^Ldf llvil Service Fnlraiii-e
Course.
Police Promotion Osssffag
1 full particulars If
General Certlllrate of Fd-
ur.tlon
Electrical Enfincer. Government Electrical Inspector's
Depnrtaaaiit
Applications i( mvite.1 for the vacant post of FIc, Mag] I
Government Bactrloal iMpactor*! Department. lturhodos.
2. The post it. pensionable with salary at the rate of 13,760 |*-i
annum. In addition a mm-pensionable i-ost ol living allowance of
S15i per annum is payable. Holder will he lUtble to the payment ol
VattoWfl yad Orphans contributions at the rate of 4*4 of salary No
quarters are provided Passage expenses of officer and family imt
exceeding fl.ttn are payable on first appointment Lgflpn passage.
provided.
3. ApfKunlment will b, made subject lo medical fitness, and
will be subject to the Colonial Regulations ;>nd the local Civil Service
Regulation* and instructinn-
4 Candidates should lc under Ihe age of 40 years and shoul,
possess the following qualifications:
Corporate Membership of the Institution of Khvtrical Eogin-
'"-. I-ondon, or equivalent quaIInotions, with nt least five year*
experience in power electrical engineering since qualifying.
B. The holder will lie required lo take charge of .ill clectrlcol
iu^.ill.uions under Government control and be responsible for tin-
Inspection of nil non-official installations.
6. Applications 'hould be submltteo to the Colonial BiCffCtar)
Public Buildings. Bridgetown, not later than 12th August, 1052.
27.7.512H
FOR SALE
Tenders are Invited for the condemned Tug and Water Boat "Ida" j
2. I-englh 76\ Beam IB', Draught If (T 130 B HP, Coal burning
two cylinder reciprocating engine
3 Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelope* add..-
to the Colonial Secretar" (and not to any officer by name) so In. l<
roto-h the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than 4 p.m. on Frld;..
Qjg Ifftfa of August. 1952. The envelope should be clearly marked
"Tender for Ida".
4. The sale of the craft will l>e conditional on its removal ttoai I
the Careenage within such period of time as shall be decided upon
by the Harbour and Shipping Master
5 Further information ll obtainable from the Harbour and I
Shipping Mauler
The Oo\-
or any lender.
nment does no, bind ilelf lo nceopl the Igfljgsul
27 7 32Sii.
Wntc
1 Um
Caribbean Educational
Institute
P O BOX. 307. P.O H
Trinidad
Aic-m- for .
BRITISH INHTITUTE OF ENO
TECH. A BRITISH TUTORIAL
INSTITUTE. LONDON
THERE IS NO TOMORROW
post corroN to fo
BOX 307. po.S.
'id 1
Nama
*
Subjet of Career of
[ntasasM
AJ .....
POBT TODAY'
MT'S HERE!!
PAINT
REMOVER
i pt Tins 83s<
1 pt Tins $1.55

Our Address u
1ST H.OOK
BAKNKS BUIaJMNO
RRIIHll: STRIIT
Our Trlrphone No. rrinains
und our P.O. Box No.
tzi HARDWARE
SUPPLIF5
RICKETT STREET (Opposite Post Office) PHOKE 4918 J 'T'" |N,T'<> BKITISI! MSUEANCE t () LTD)
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Appllmtions are Invited from teachers ..rvd other 'iiilnblv qUfili-
ilc.l paffsjefu fo- thf vnraney at
SI Miiiitn.i.. Qgali School
2. The minimum qiialHtcntion for entrv to the teachln |
i' .1 BchjOOl Cerlitu .ite
3. Applications must rx- Mibmltted on the appropriate forms
(E.35 () winch may be obtained from the Department of Education
jut candidates who have alre:i respect of previous vacancies (now tilled! may apply |iv letter ac-
companied by a "vent testimonial
4 Any IMelW who applies for 11 vacnn.> -m Hie ^liifT of :mo!h<
school must inform his or her p......nt CttgOftaaU b| Igalnatflin and tin
Head Teacher of an application for such a MBgffgt
3. All applications must be inclosed in envelopes marko'
'Mfjpotnfuienta Hoard in the top lefl hand corner und muni reio I
the Department of Fduuitlon by th August. IBSJ. Candidarca n..
WaVRgfJ fhnr (aUlsgaatfoal ">au tvnrt fo (heir dli|iia(irlcafloii.
37.7 52 -In
BE TUMI TY
SHOP AT
G.W.HUTCHINS0N&C0..LTD.
i-'nr Ih-st- SpiTinl Iti #, ,,, s in
HOUSEHOLD
HARDWARE
WZc
f*fl#f .% WITH
REDIFFUSION
FOB IH I II II I ISM MM.
OaV it nl Trafalgar Slrvrl.
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We beg to notify the public
that as from
-Hill .11 IV. IJI.,2
I unit I,, ..............
< "M kl.lils
K.'l. 1:;. i il
Bolllcs
!<<... .1. .1
Turn birrs
Mlainlns Fork.
Knlvrs
Tabl-
Spoonv
. tips it Kaur-rs
PL.I.s |.nip|
ll...... r
IMshes ........
Fry Pan. ........
Sau-rpans (Milk) rarh
I i.illl.-l Pols
SAVING
CAMPAIGN
up
D. L. JOHNSON
G. W HUTCHINS0N
& CO.. LTD
Broad Street------DIAL 4222
Han Intareitln* for Ladien ond GaBtlameii
Bavin.....v. ut:
N. E. WILSON & CO. mi Satnrd .'i.ih and
continulnff foi ONE WEEK ONLY. :, -real Dollar-
-living Campafffn.
Thara alH be a huge amortmenl of real bar-
ffafiu ealeulalad lo ulve dollari in youi puna Um
JUT |.i I ., I.u ill' iiiir 11 .1
MR LA lillS
Usually N.. w
Flowered 1 Figured Sp iim pei <4 II ,. :w,
TaffeU I ii i.i- .. 1.51 i.2n
Sli PIW .. i.on 72-
siiIiii......... 'Ill 80r
.. (flffurad) .. I.S6 l.S
! lowered I.....lu ...... mm i.2ii
Silk Shantung In" wide .. ,. 2.2S ZOO
Ribbed Oeorffette ..... 3.1B 2.90
Flowered Crepe ...... -.mi
'' 1U "." u Ida .. ,. 1 .cm 1 in.
Plain Spun In many ihadei 1.09
I OR GEMLIMI X
Spurt Shin. In Plaid .1. I- \eb :.:\l
Saa [aland A Bgj ptian Co
Shirt- by Klii.. (; 78 | :,,
Regal Dm si.........tin
6.00
...... 1.41 i,> l.ui;
1.00 en
, 7S
S AIo .I irable and >tl | .
; unbeatabl.
X R-tBMlber, the.- bargaina are offered for ONLS
J ONE WF.F.K, and you are adviaed to .hop at
N. E. WILSON & CO.
the Ultra Modern Store, and let your
DOLLAR Yield more CENTS
31 Swan St. Dial 3676
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I'W.I sl\ili\
SUNDAY AIVIM ATI
-I Ml \Y. .Ill Y L'T. 11V!
Parent-Teachers' Da;
At St. Silas Girls* School
i a1 St. Silas Girls' School
eoti joined
Un EfaH Spencer.
i nlnjl the welfare of their children
Ap.. i led ihe IX'partment of
I'1., tbaldt, Dt'puty Director
i
Mr. O '- anatelhi
n( V. h -ted as Chairtnan.
Included oa the pros.
of Un-
drear much appiau**
ii.ni ihr audience: I
bad won p. Izcs at
tinging Competition.
H .,:i Exhibition of
CAUGHT IN BEAR-FACED ESCAPE PLOT
n
Ok?
Iir.ll I l/VI .
Mr. 1 S. Milk.ll
The dejtlh occurred on tllUn>
MaaiC
.ifponsiblc ,,,,,,., _j
A L. Robinson. Assistant Taeeh-
.id appealed la PMg
'.it co-operation with ttM
MChtn, as b meant of furthe.
l a
Headmistress Report
rB- The HeadnsJatreai then tave
i,r her report*. After waloajnlng the
Id parente she ramlnaad then thai
Daren wen- inato reapon-
ii>ih'.>. thai they owad to
. 1 training and a good
luiittiuii to lit them Tor life. She
Mil the importance Of UN
parent d taacbari
ling out the riinTcultiiv
ickv Irk CM
kthIK
French Battalion
Repels Red Assault
FRENCH TROOPS holding "T. Bone Hill" 1
rive Western I rawnind
Chinese Communisis m battle thai choked French bunk-
ith Commui.isi d. .id Thfl hard-flRhtlni
battalion, which has won more l
ward! than any other U unit (A iti size in
Korea, counted more than i!00 Ri C*
of 600 ordered to seize their nil. ualties
64 were killed. 1!>0 wouiuied.
Chinese
Ordained In B.C.
1 v
ACK IN THEIR CAOI at the Highland Park Zoo. Plttiburgh, are the
polar beam above after iupposedly tr>mg to dig their way out to free-
dom through passage under the sidewalk. Attendants became sus-
picious when they noticed the animals huddling around one bear He
was discovered digging away while the others acted as "lookouts."
At left, Howard Hayes, assistant superintendent, crouches In the 10-
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End Of Steel CWppled Killer
Strike Near 'a,,-wl ln M untied
army of ab.ut 30.000 men to pum- -|w,.|; ,, |>- *-.#
mel UN. portion*, blocking the lift rOlitltU I* / /\f'SI
DB gateway on 1'ic 1:.
raula t<> Boutfa K
From this ji> Um Qunoao
hurled a battalion at the French Leaving the Island on Friday
unit The attack, which be:an la 1 b% B.W.I. Airways for British
ab"ut two a.m. on Thursday, was Guiana ri < nd H. W.
(if coded by 2.000 rounds .-f arid- R bee hren appoint-
le.-y and mortar exph Aaatatant Curate of Si Philip-.
Church George-
town, and will be
ordained Priest
today at Si.
George's Cathe-
d r al by the
Lord Archbishop
of ihe West In-
MONTHF.AU. July, 25.
WASHINGTON, July 25 Oaaaweiu. Huesl 54 year old fhL _
The longest and co*tlic*t steel en- pled v-itehmaker from Ugbac second rtivisi- .
satnled both brUw In tht 1 ': "n ."tday t Korea's bloodiest battle*
1 trUer? (.f the United S
try Division la
K enrh battalion is
c.tught the ChbMaa attackers on
I
Bul .1 large (area of Chinas!
.'.
rlra and .....ie
I'.e French bunkers and fOUghl Ino
United NaU oi troopa hand to
hand, One French poaltl*
ix men was ovcr.un briefly, bul
French troopers, wmr ol Hum
wounded, fougnt with rifle butts
knives, bayonets, and tl ta. They
drove the Reds down ihr alone
Eighth Army Identified the
veteran of tome
the a* v.
..
An old Harri-
sonian and son of
Mr. J. P Hil.-v.
I her of
oaceeelh iiov
School, and Mrs.
Riley, Harold,
soon after his
graduation from
Ct-ilnngton Col-
line | s :u>-
u mil v pointed on Ihe,
I Staff of Kl ...;e. Jamaica.
where he ser\'eil until eighteen
If0, when lie returned to
Codrtngton College to taka B0I3
Hi hai |UH been success-
____,. ful In his Honours Theology Ex-
lior fights. Thunder -xiowers "ininatinn.
hampered the Fifth Air Force, bul ...*'.
cidos and longer In school and 111.1 be ei ,. I 1 strike Huest was convicted on Decem- the planes were able to mount .%
'h West Indk Mi r.nktt ifiid idle In tthe district and that inou- *_ ,, ,ht. i'iiniUee acted, "r IB, 1950, of the murder of 22- nurc than t.000 sortie* intainst UM , '^,4',. joms u 1 miuc.i
L. T. V than would join the Old Murrav was expected lolsaua an yaar-Old Mrs. Rita Guay. klllfl communist supply transport and * 4 ixiwtn wiikis-
lodiea Scholars' Asm- bnawdiate raturn-to-work call to *''h 22 others when ihe airliner tioops positions. The navy also ^ j"''' .',,,.
n thai i>. unique ba auomio v.orke.B in ihe basic steel aha waa travelling in blew up in sent sweep* of earriei 1 |
SHEER
BEAUTY!
NYLON
HOSE
Cave
Shepherd
& CO.. LTD.
10,11,12 & 13
Broad Street
with Shadow Tom nnil
ll.-.-u In ikadx ..t T,.ii
DW, Bwtol Spur mid
Bwm lllml:
SOCKS
for Children from blara
|i 1. Id lovely rotoun
and White
of ihe game.
iii QuabflCa Bi/arro unit engaged in Ihe m
11c murder case in 1MB. light for "Old Baldy" and "I
:ing from Tuber- Bone*, vital hUJa wait of Chorwoi
of the bones and unable
in Ihe'home and at school. She n^^fin and to-dajr a theC.LO
rtanea of ,-.., ,,
ind potntad r,imnil,
ys.but his chief con- ollt .(l, H W11.. Vl.y nmch llv U(
hers to deal with the well jKieement reached at the WhUa to walk without support, was Along the rest of ihe fi-n. in
trainad child. Finally she uuw |Hte yesterday between tekan In | athaeJ chair from hli patrol found action, bul
in article m ihe Sport rac- expressed the hope that the Philip Murray and call to the scaffold in Montreal's no
fc, 13 children would continue yja^ s.,| Praaldeat l'.-nj;.i..m FtUT- Bordeaux jail

children and being lit

' i which one ....
Bull at it moment's notlco thail
n 1 of un- aldaai Ci ickal
11 the V,< -t Indies, which
King- Mr. E. C. M.
1 1 (Jamaica ii3>. .xpraaaad iieasure at
,.,mv parents present
Mr, L t On auiraij ihe ^u^at.y w ,.,, oa mM-alr naar Quei>ec
portancc of parents training slrlk, ,,, when they He manufactured
ihe time
walked out minutes ;ifter the hornb which shattered the ;iir-
ples for Bhem in the home gu-Jffl .. ,, f|<-.p.
Th.Hii-.niiU Truman'.- reiiurc of the industry
InVso waa unconstitut10n.1i -r -, ag._____^.A,
Tent ol the dispute came C.A. /WlOtlHMUIOI
lly lale yesleidav aHal
aeninrt the same targets. U.P.
When your BACK
ACHES...
-Z\^f]Z- t ESSS-S-' *V Soon Return | BgS^w,^
JUKI
OtlCKKT:
Aral tour ol Ino West Indies Cric- kind of Secondary Education
ket lei-m 1886 to 1 |hd blcJi would start at the two new
U.S.A.; the fornnhon f the Wmf pilot schools for pupils of 11 i
Indies Cricket Board 0/ Control '' Huhmond Gap and advised
the First Local .md |>arenU to make *ise of those
Cups, the Formation of the Bar- schoola. '
badoa Cricket Association and a
host of other valuable data, not
lo be found if at all i any one-
vork in Ihe W. |.i!i- ;,]| t.aP -------------------------
Umony of the hlrh stan- ... . *\ .
2^i^2 ^f^ whIcfi lhesc Indians Howl Out
gentlemen obviously brought to
paar upon to what must ultimate-
ly have been a labour of tove
- sons. Mr.
Birketl laavna to mourn their loss
WIi if', d Birketl
nd daughb 1. Hi Ql idvi Wafer,
M '' M
\ room near Trumiin's While Huus.'
offlce.
C.P.
DANCE
To Egypt
War of Words
Surrey lor 71
Tun;
n Ovii Own Co*ra*onaiiU
IXJNDON, July 26.
Lock, Surrey and F.ngl;
b-hh rffsusAca^uvjt
landad,
Mrs. \. s. Hntaon
The death OCCUrrad .it her resi-
I idoeer, Brlttona Hill, on
Frtday-ol Mn Alice Sarah iiubcnn
addowofafy Francti llutson late
pearcd in the last Test at Mi
i he u i was no-balled for throw-
ing three times in a match tgainai
Iba Tourists at the Oval today.
Spectators booed Price and Lock,
earnlngb puzzled, spoke with the
Surrey Captain, Peter May. bc-
fon bowling his next ball.
Altogether It was an entertain-
She was M crowd who saw the Indian pate
Mrs. Hnu,,.. ... .. .. bowlers Divei-ha and Ramchand
JSZhtor ' Burrej rot 71 Dtvaei
, 2B iDcludln. the hat trick
waa
rouajht up
-. v Ian ii idl-
tion, aha r1 in publU
life but itev< ted nil h
to the rearing ol il"" wn- cm
of six aom and two daulhten Surras wlckel tor 19.
tteae wan M
Hutaon .' gnd Hon
Frank ii. Legislative
Council
Her funeral iltan tad bj :.
large gathering, look
mel* Cathrdi i
uftarnoon.
To hei n-Litue
II le ex-
l.nded
rhallrimi I s.,, i, 'or i inciuuuiK me
tniiu.noi it hpj iri;..- Whl,,hr | i,ker ind
i d .. to. aif"m
Padaai tl

.-.i through Man)rtkar < *+' and
i ($7) to Rain linn in.
lead of 108 and in the ClOl
rhe in -t bahUru of tin
by Cyril Poola who made 219 ou.
' totiil of 337 auainti
Darby, n waa hin hooo4 doubla
Cantun <>f Ihe season.
LONDON, July 25.
The British Foreign Oflice an-1
nounced on Friday night that Sir (
Rulph Stevenson, Ambassador to,
Egypt, would probably return to
In the next few days". The
decision was made after exten-
sive talks during the afternoon
between Baavanaon and Foreign
Secretary, Anlhony Eden who is
rwuperallng in the country from
illness.U.P.
"Flying Suiat't-rfl"
Over Chicago
CHICAGO. July 25.
Univorsity of Chicago scientists
gra way ihaal ..f "roing saucers"
reports they started drifting in
Friday. The University sent a 25
balloon cluster carrying equip-
ment ( aiomic research into the
Soon afler the balloons drifted
skyward, authorities, started re-
ceiving reports of "flying aaucers",
)uet as officials bad predicted.
The balloons measured six to
Btvan teal In diameter when they
weie released from the Univer-
sity, but expanded to 35 fi-et in
the thin air r the stratosphere.
Th* kidatM i>r Km kbodi f Jim. Whta
ll>' ! sat ol f.lrr. r, ..I ,-lt am)
Miwwn *!*! ili) m llw iiilrm.
Then WhadM. hei^Mhc, rtwumitum.
duludwd real *r thai tirvd owl' flwi(
loan Ulow To m>h> itm "* ".rk
ptowrll and lo harp lham in [aod u'lln
u.r IMd'a kidn? 1Mb I >,-!.! K.Hn.i
Pill. <|ui I nrrti a I rasa faUd do-. r r,.t, .>. r and ..m..:.
Than you la*l battar laak ball*. -k
batter v*d -on ara raadi In .Un. wrih
|o* In.i.l an Ihr (rnuana lledd'i Kidnay
PJIt in lha blua packata -illi the rrd
innJi (Ml. I al all -In.. .1 .r,. JJ4
Dodds Kidney Pills
On TVr^DAV SIOltT
i.. ISU
\i -M.ii i i. ii i \ ,r\n
asaiTiao. si. i.m-.
AIIMISMOS .\ a ; i/
UuaV a
If I B. HUOHM OI.I.--0. J
PKrRKSHMENTS ON SALE
l"-nJ Blix Iran-
| , MR
4 V'/lWiV,VaV.
A GRAND DANCE
I ^ HMan < AlillON Tt now
, j* *rl! KikHiii < hnkikn-i. t .it
I ""
I......II.......1......Ml.lll...............'"
-'"I I m SRALT
.nrll
At I). ggN S IM K UOI RB
M..NI. .1 Ml.lll ITH II I 1
I'.'
....."I"N 1/-
Mo.l. b> U. C II aOSMl
mags
: ... .nd liltimt
Younaif '
A GRAND DAM!
','-'-'.'-'-'.'---'-'-*-*.'-'-'-'-*,*,--'-*-*-*-
Tin
bu '.
uiifi i..
balloons will
allowing, etiulpment
tk to lha earth. The flight
tde lo check theories that
component of cosmic rays
ting the day and night.
U.P.
eventually "
fbtmdaiion Old
Bays' Association
the
At the montl
I
held last i
elded that | Social wi.ld be held
at the Boys' Foundation School on
August 29. J
All Interested ,ild boj
laltl full particulars
bout thii aoetal frorn etthai of the
follOWlni members-
ii (, H.iMie. Woodatda, Max-
well Hill. Christ chmeh, 1. J. ' ... -_ tnr
King, Vermont, ronubatla (Tele- Yoikshire 37 for
phorM No 1400) P M OFelcl (lemrrst
Maxwell inn oi (i o Somerset I
Labour Department. Telephone for 33.
St OR FRO Alt D
Indians v Sarrrv
......71 and 19 for I.
Indians 179I-oader S for 6.1.
Ileiby vs. Sol's
Notts 3*"-
Derbv.......17 for no wickeb.
1.1..in-.n- in vs. aaan
Ql imorgan 353 for fl.
Lancashire v (iloiierstcr
i.....tar 266-J. Crapp 101
II.nU vs. Warwick
Warwick 109 Canninga for 86
Hants M rat I
Samrx vs KmiI
Kent 302; Uflon 119 Ml 0M1
Sussex 21 fot DO wfcfcOB)
Worcester vs. I.elces rt
I ,ltes',er 3til f.-t Bi Palmer 12.1
Vorkihlre fa. Middlesex
Middlesex 2:<> L-.lie Comptor.
A MItl six-footer, Chicl Yeoman
John F. Koval standi Iwside the
Gramophone Concert
at B.C.
There will lie a gramophone
j IK-SlUt llio unit m.i. -v m ~p"------ i ^
rickets.
Narakel
F. R. Brown 7
Northants MS for 5. vive at all.
year's record of the truce talks
Korea. The doevments contain
every word spoken since Ihe ar-
mistice sessions began on July 10.
1951 at Kaesong The tiles weigh
bout 500 pounds f International*
SOU, CONSERVATION IS
KKY TO FUTURE
tg ,ir Svdnev recently
i Jmin Northeolt, Go , '
New South Wales, said that
,ooaervatlon of soil \>.'
' Vital problems of the
world today Ha mid that the
raai "f the Ifld I
had begun with soil erosion, and
n i-i i.i happen anywhere. Th's
nun rttoQ of soti ero
(ifTlculty of re-alforestatlon and
i.iher |ii..liliri,- associated with
Ihe land must be tackled if
future generations were to sur-
White Park, on Wednesday. July ^
30lh. at 8.IS pm. The programme)
m hides:
Kawslhorne Street Corner'
rverture.
Warlaek Caprlol Suite.
Vaughan William. The Lark
Ascending.
William Wallun Symphony.
cirnr hiniis a mi-
m i a mi.i.
Al lhali raaidriii'*
BIACK ROCK
rni khoav ii i v it lav?
ADMUStON .1/-
W.V/,V--.V//'//.V//'V'V.1'J
DANCE
THK TRIO'S DANOI
held by
M III'.- AND TIIK BtiYS
At Ql'FKN'S PARK.
FRIDAY NIGHT,
1st August, 1952.
Music by The Swirl* I hm
Diimi i Served
ADMISSION 2 1-
Buuvas
In aid of
Slrallulyde Tennis Club I
CRANE HOTEL
on
Saturday, 2nd August
TK KKTS: :-: $1,041
13.7.02311.
.','-'
.'.'.',;'.
.;:','.*'.
WEATHER REPORT
YESTERDAY
Rainfall from Codrtngton nil
Total Rainfall for month to
daw 2 72 ins.
Temperature- 73 5 'T.
Wind Velocity 11 miles per
hour
Barometer (tt a.m.> 30 01f>
(11 a.m.) 30 010
TODAY
SnnrUMK ft.48 a.m.
Sunset: 620 p.m.
Mood: Nsw. July 21.
LlghUng: 7 00 p.m.
High Tide tt.ft3 a-m., 7.28 p.m.
Low Tide 1249 a.m.. 1258
pjn.
AT
T1IK BARBAIMtS ,\|| A 11(
cum
I Local and Vinitini Mem-
bers tknlyl.
Through the couiti
The llrilish (oui nl ihciv
.ill be a FILM SHOW in
M Ballroom on Wednesday
Jal> 30th. al :ti p.m.
Progt-iiunc kncludea
BRITISH NEWS; THE
IlKllHJE OK TIME, show-
i of Ihe Tr.. I
Can nuMuaa of England;
THE OREBf OIRDLE,
(London's Parks and open
spnees) and CHKKET.
Members are
invited.
N.B.There will be no
shows, after Ihis umil
September.
riilrr tin-
i- C. OODIIASD Her a
Man. COIHIAKD
Ip aid ..f l^
r.H IIAVtN UAV Nl HS|'.tlV
.-.-a..I \i'.. (rl.l Chvrrk
Al llir
VOUfMTBBa i;i I. llAI-L
Oa IRIII.AV I.i Air.i'sr. IVSI
-iIi.-Ib, .1 a m
ln.il pt'tmualon of (ha
. i andar Us* dir-
onof CiipialiK* r ll..itm M H I. ,
Hush
aiiuimo% 11 aa
p.ri.-hTOfi i. ..ii s.
iiarhadost hural Society
I'titmn :
II S i'-tlrncy
(I or rr nor
fo\ COMBEEMERE IIAU,
Tiu-mIu.v. 29th July. 1952 |
al 'I.i p.m.
Prices of Admission :
Reserved SeaU fl-H
t nresrrvrd Seal* 60c. A 4Sc.
may be obtained at
the Advocate Stationery
Members of the Society
5.7.52.5n.
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One is that of value.
The second, embodied in the text, is proof of
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customers who. in turn, have introduced vs lo
their friends.
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