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PACK klOIIT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIIIKM1W Jl I.Y 31. 1M OLYMPICS: Know Your Cricket—i AW 31 Frenchman Wins 400 Metres Free Style Swimming Race (Tri-voi (..ill Beawrte l roni HeUaki) French Design \\ inn %  rlthrr ball 11 I 1 -.h .> 01 ttM • luinas. r 1( 1. i 1 1 ill htil. I..prrvioip.lv nrT. slrlkr. a stump nut .f wind %  down Hays and which led to much confusion. i,:.il is oft the M.fC It -lent (.it llH purpose ot thin L;IA lc. ilislixlge the rii aloinf one in any of the wan smttd. Still (Mil If UWIIIK to lhr strength of IhC uirid the nptelM have nitrced to iliKpriise with the use of ball* (Law 8. Note*) the decision as to \n> pUvrr nut use when a wicket is "down" Ls one mound. htnd %  r.arm 1-1 pul the wleket ,,„ %  the ..umpires to rticlde with 1 or. Ctrl should lhr balls be t(l f;i( s before them. In such ft. nw pH e trrumsUinces the wicket would be held to be down even though I stump has not been struck out 1 >f the ground. Further, tl Hie wirket is broken while the ball is in ploy It Is not Hie umpires duty to remuke the nil] the ball habecome deiid" A tleldsniaii hpWCVM may remake |he wi.ket in KH1 Hanoi % %  term "person" UM IlldM [ I I %  Q l\ slump, pravldfd always that th* 1. h hrld In the hand or h nd Nol Down The M.CC have pointed oul it (11 H Nut. to 11.1* Law thai not "down" merely or of the di ft urbane* of i .11! hul it is "down" If .i bail ir from thi 1 %  M berircu; 1.. rtumps. Thi There iinii Ir rm nonsense player's dress and equipment as I >r's hat Is blown off by the jn.1 its put* his wicket he Is out. Wicket Broken With regard to iht wrlcket being broken while u>ball I ,: must be borne in mind thai even tf Hit balls lire off. the %  like! can be bowled ot thrown down if tin ball entire!) oul <strand bad ordS in the heats ard "y a l< ngth from vidi Vm. was well thought "! Highly Frances was three It was Ml to iha roun Prencfa rid record breaking form, l Ef'S.SL!, l lZF h JZ2',2%* ^ however to understand from reliable source a, d Gru,,tt ''" "" *"<" LMI swim it oul with the Hawaiian that he Is verv much < v star Ford KorUtt who ... %  ,;,*.i!i. ;. long "fl : ana OUt duel in which Konno l ally gave Japans ruruh.ishi als.. seems tr to Bl !b* On fenn llwu of Prance second, and thi 1 eneh and although illtfVZoe Jenaen another USA Pat ifcCormlck was %  %  I eaattr ahead of the others but Zee human Jensen did Some uifll executed !>;ickward Jumps With lorward h r J" BtB **j ",'"' "*• i"" 1 %  %  M well as a bachni^3t~Wrti*nsMian clithed and hugged and kissed ward one and a half to boost the Ur nil son d<> score in her last three )un I was once ii-.. n e-ealisU aensnhon b v complaint:, nnd swimi t,[the board and aftei she had three ed to then wild "ic.it %  fSjaJns trtei the crowd grew a bit angry. <"teux %  I SM When tha Swedish girl %  11 to talk, and also floppe.i Wd and probnob would plained nbcul the board and the have shed a tear, but the tight of ,ud| start the comSaturday's Gallops THE DERBY CANDIDATES (By BKN BATTLE) Till', beat time for the morning was Seedling's, a bo\ to box in 1.25 1/5. with SlainCe as his companion. The three-year-old certainly did not have the worse of the gallop and ludka as if ho will lie as fit as hands can make him bv Saturday. Also most impressive, was Bright Light. 'Inis filiv worked the same Bear and Landmark did u brisk distant* wdh Cross Bow. in 128 box in 1.24 2/5 a good gallop for nnd looked very impressive ^ both. Hell Surprise also worked she .lid so I tnought this her well getting the same trip in best eJfDrJ le .' ite, and It erai one 1 24 4. caitie In the Aii Crivkvl: Northants Bat Well Against Indians Uoiteux her husband in the w,,i 1 ,,, i u: peutJon ilothes must have made her more concerned about him than I • I old Charicton. welsh ol Oreal Britain was good but patchy nnd obviously time <-i 4 mil 1 aapwrlance But ; -econda was a new Olympic ietill good enough to come fifth cord while the next live competiNow that the B ton also beat the old mark. Surovei the CommunuH China's team pnsingly Wayn, U .1 : „. h )Ve irr | V ed To do my McLane bolh of USA. and body seems to know. To-day howJapans Hlrnnosh.n Funiheshi, all eVer, it was announced thai they hoi favourites, came 6th, 7th an .. in an international 8th in that order. illu) In iwlmming there is pel haps The Finns are trying second greatest flop In (lie In pklM I but the ... LONDON, Juiy iO Preach Design, a horse woo able to go on hard •used a real t-urprise a Piggott losl his cap v.. The field set off at a slow ranter for the llrst half mile, no one wanting lo make the running. The race was run In 37 seconds outside Crudwell e.ime lo take the leid from VeuDlln three furlongs out Kid then Vidi Vm on the rails .mi Plight? Praneea moved up. \'idi Vui had mastered Crudwell i>l Use di' elected to hat. With DSttls BTOOkl liiimiT Knglan,] ph.yei who has S, r ,7 loured the West Indies m.ik entire game* after the sad d 1 mmumsu are obviousplay of Mrs. Fanny Blankoi „ a propaganda mission. Kocn in the alhleiics. II incidents other lhan John Mai. hall of An-which mars an otherwise genuine tralin who simply cann I And I llymplc spirit at these games. 158, Northants rattled up 365 for seven before Brown Then In the closing mnuit.-. the Indians lost the valuable wicket !" ", of Roy for only three runs. ur A century Oy number nine batsman Johnnie Lawrence — his second In first class cricket Apart from Test Match who Mveu > Somerset from collapse %  ni ojcr four furlongs with ;igainst b&sex ;.; Taunton. Afn exercise form countt for anySuper Jet most of the C's were hctng 167 for seven thing. Dunqucrque did her box sent from box to box. None did n n lt j ly mBke 325. 157 J'5. but Ihe fact that I better lhan Dashing Princes* SCOKKIIOAIU) — Bomerse policy of caution is being pursued and High and Low who got back In stepgrlai ibi mad iti< m 1 vi 1 :v h.ishmg ivu...-. IWIy. ought not to cause us to appeared slightly the better i>f Ignore Ser. The same can be the two at the finish and will be aid Of First Admiral, who was difficult to beat this meeting. only allowed to do his box In 1.3') Cants lulslne worked well in 124 The Two Year Ui ihe ground did i., 1 ; concerning them are *Nlf Aim Low took 3 B 0 S I ere must Took forward ."" ut >' l cr Neither Abu All. ,me disappointing racing Tdxrir.n Lady nor RactOi where they are concerned The luowed their heads end relumed B rnard pa it Row Tie and %  * • \ !" %  "$ '• "fPffI ,1.. Queei looked l>est over "vely. Itoldruiu came from |be 4. which they covered En M 1/8 :il,l " "*•' plaked Viceroy at the :. wdh Ihe Illly having much the Shidid the box in 125 1/5 but best of things, Jim l*i Hue. "'"'d not get On her terms with working with Joan's Star did the Viceroy Among those who were 11 V, 3 .'1 while confined lo 5 furlongs mention 7 seconds. Howm sl "> be made of Trimbrook lt ( er did a flve with Cainice, but Th'r rather leggy and light grey I was onlv able tu gi-t the limn lllv m -'> "* be ;'" ">> painting. (Ill 1/5) approximutelv. DU t she apparently can run an KJ"S?JS3.? 22 SSd tmfm, rorm',0 rnr n,"h„ .vlth Lunwayv Emberi. :,m\ NorlhanU versus Indians Northants 365 for 7 dec'* Indians 3 for one wiekel I>erb> versus Surrey Derby Sil 6!l for li.i.iiversus Sas^x Mam. 2S3; Sussex .. ,.S b>r 'i Oleemeter versus vorkK yoraa 378 (or 8 ... 114 l.i-ltr-lir versus lbrlik Warwick I I'll. S|H-neei :". for 47, Goodwin 5 for 64. Lcuester I IK for nine. Somerset eesees t'jMrx Somerset 22C. I^wrence 111 Worcester versus Krnt Worcester 317 for B Kenyon 117. Giamonsn rersaa Noiu. Cilpmorgan 144 Notts 1 3l> for 4 Tlie B' best limes for the morning, and it seems thai some of the keenest racing will occur in this class. Itoeket probably turned in the best lime over .V 1.0s 3 5. although the time for Fi lady's gallop wltl was 1/5 oFlrelsdy however had slightly Ihe worst of things and may not have quite done the lime. No fewer than 3 horses did this distance In 1.05 1'5. They were Flying Dragon %  ''' '"^ "" and Spear Grass. Spear *wrred lo (see Magic <;..>.worked together but the latter is n long way below her best form and could not keep up with the .1. maniiM (lllv. The JTL. "\,i,h'" iCui^ ,l,nc ot lM S 5 *' %  Multe lmof asrntd f ? &**" %  Sl "^ Arab showed that she is Imoroving when she sccornpsnled Water Crcs in 1.06 2 5. The D. And K. Class The gallops of Cross Dow and already l>eei Bright Ugh Sports Window To night's Division "A" Water Polo match** st the Aquatic Club arc: Snappers vs. Wfaluporay* and Boiutss vs. Ham-on Collcgti Play %  tarts at 8.30 p.m. There will be a nilvr colUcUon. Mdivh Wimis wuo is improving Viceroy and lU'ts.im t-oth covered in 1.09 2/5 while Boprano workGrass worked on her own, but i,n,i Street Arab). Both HIT ing with Twinkle did I lit CapHvmg I>ragon had Demure as (Mn a W|, 'l and there should be rice accompanied Howllsei and nnanlon and beat her very C ,0 J"' rivalry between them iclumed 1.11 1 5 approximately. badlv. Lunways.wna seeompanP !" !" 0 hi n s br *< gallops so while Apronu^k working wlfii ie.1 by Ttie Tiling who went re[ ar when he worked with HamhCottage could d.> no better than markabhwell and seemed 'o k r R.'HER. ) r OCfTTA /fSE-. 1 T-1E KXCE WrM I TU*i CUDOLE.' SHE'S WO?l% J-EAST A X-'LLCW SUCKS TO >COk P(Rv1 r. 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Till BSD U JTJL1 ,l Ml IIAKIUDOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE Sugar Levy Proposed /In S. Africa ^_ CAPETOWN. Proposals for a levy on tuna' in South Africa, to be paid (or by the consumers, wlih the proceeds coins to finance the Government's attempts to cut dow n it* sugar imporU still further, are meeting with considerable criileiarn in Cape Town. The Government wants to erect a sugar mill on Its Pongola sugar estate. In Zululand. To pay for this, it proposes to lery one-eighth of a penny a pound on consumers, which il Is estimated would more than £400.000 n year. Nearly CtOO.OOO has already bean spent on developing the Pongola esUte and on irrigation schemes there. Least season's production of sugar can.amounted to 12,479 tons. Considerable expense was entailed in delivering il from this remote estate On*of the reasons why the South African sugar Ind does not regard the Pongola scheme as economic is because of the lack of raU and other transport facilities Producers also say That the output in the estate at present is not big enough to justify n mill diver iiment spokesmen, however, believe that there are great possibilities in the estate. Mr. J. G. Strydom. Minister of Lands, i tn ites that maximum production of sugar when the estate is fullv o.veloped will be 30.000 Inns a year. Mr. E. 11 Louw, Minister of Economic Affairs. Is more optimistic and puts the figure at 35,000 to 40,000 tons a year. Warning Mr. Louw has warned that in ten years' time, South Africa will produce 150,000 tons of sugar a year leas than it consumes. It is therefore in the public mien-: that tha development of the Pongola MUld be undertaken. But comnirni.il inter. %  i hive not been interested in the Pongola scheme. An Italian concern did once undertake to erect a mill at Pongola. but later found itself unable to supply -ithcr the capital or 'He niant. One of the reasons why the sugar industry believes the PongQgi n at future IS thai uOaCulL A railway link to 'he estate is being considered, but at present cane hat to be carted from the plantation by road for distant c I from 17 to 24 miles. The cost of -norl alone ranges from %  Jl Id to Ifls 8d. per ton. Objection* Other objections to the levy proposal to finance the mill art on political ground*. Many people point out thai this Is a way of ffg to HiWllfcJ OUI Of rUTe llli luIUl." LqndM Bnan p •antta VtW>adtgIi ChungeH His Mind LONDON. July SO. The British Foreign Office said that Prime Minister Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh proposed to the British that there should be arbitration in the oil dispute. This suggestion was withdrawn soon afterwards without expLiiurtlon The offer was made over the week-end by Mossadegh -to the British Minister to Itan, George Middle! on. The British official said that the British attitude was unchanged. Britain continued ready to negotiate over a settlement —P.T raising money for Ihc Government outside the tax system. It Is considered as concealed taxation and %  dangerous, precedent Other people declare that consumers are to be forced to shareholder!, in a State Industry. They will receive no dividends and no interest on their enforced investment. Government spokesmen point to the recent sugar shortage Africa as proof of the need for increased production If sugar had been imported to l shortage, the". been landed at double the local price, —*U I* Housing Board Will Approach Government On Aided Self-Help Scheme AND WHY THEY'RE OVEN-BAKED THE HOUSING BOARD is lo approach Government with :i 'lew to getting them set up I Committee lo draft toi starting an experimental Aided Sell-Help SVIume at Clinketts. St. Lucy as recommended by the Kana • : %  Secretary in his n| recent visits <.( inspection end study of bowing in various West Indian islands. It was pointed out that while il wren .1 matter for the Executive Committee, the Committee which was to be set up should comprise 1 llnMana .1 1 the Ii representatives: from the Agricultural Department, the Public World Department, the Social Well Department and the Education Department. Mr. Adams mentioned the bBI I l„. Committee's efits which were derived from AidniHaetfon to sell in, nl Self-Help Schemes in Jamaica alternative sutujestions %  where he had seen It In operui.ou forward at the meeting yesterday, a few years aau. and emjihaslscd One. by Him. F. C. llutwrn. that that the "sooner Barbados not on "lie matter bo referred to the with such an experiment, the betExei-uliviCommittee with a softer il would be," and he UMaigM J 8 ** 00 teal the land be pxchttired that CliDkctts was a good ptaee '" r anether more uaeful area; the to atart. '"'"' '>> Miss Amo. that Mr. Mr. Lashley reported 011 the r '->ks ugranted a lone lease. ...cthods on which similar schemes U ^?" I 'T recommenilation which are operated In Puerto Rico and nc 1 B a !" """I'd to was that the Antigua where he ha a 11. .•... %  turn II reconstructed visiled. and supported the Chair!" "" v "S a J n f u ^ <* *>man that such a scheme shoulj ^^^ J^ ', "' T "" %  %  ae emuunuted. question of road, |„ houalnK ar-ai mTtoS accept .„,„,!,„ ?L!?27&£ £r£z? "".,recommendation b, the Se, ,e. „ %S£Z££g£S& to apply for assistance under the On this point, it ., decided to American Point Four Promamn.c rater the matter fc aSTgaWet for the purpose of sending a team CernmlBee asking for „ directive from Barbados to study the an the question of the width of various aspects of Aided Selfroads in the area as laid down bv Help Schemes in Puerto Rico. the General Hoard of Health It It was stressed that Included ted out that where amatl the team should be a social leadn-nantnes were concerned the er In one of the Villaae Cumrauiilquestion of the size of roads should ties. e based not on any defluluKiiianrial Report ""'there should The Board accepted the linan}?,' A ^J2' ,ud< *"'•> • Houac.l report oi Ihe Maiamer'% h U £ 0 Ji 1 Secretary on the recenllv erected '^JS?,? 1 %  ^ %  a ccepted a re7 houses at the Hay Estate, an ,. ',.':'',",','' b "" tommltta. accepted the recommendation ,ZL,T^ " ""* -he M,„ 3E er that the rent, fo, „!o, ,',.';.',, £*££. 55 "ST the three sized houses should 1. %  Hay gstale at tho JlJto. (1.50 and $1.S11 per %  reel) "Si?, ""ifa ., Scllinc Tenantries This recommendation will be referred to the Executive Com' i usaed the qucsmittee (or their -.filing out of lurgv exapproval. %  %  %  %  %  m the city area The Man.iger-S.cr.-t.iry lh*eet of concern plained to the Board that the 47 "il n mncr of tenants in 1*1houaea were built at a total < "" wh,cn "" %  " the Colomal becretary icnt u Miiiu;o to tha i, I", N nimbi who made rewv_ v-TV.U ''""" Bwretaiy ...... %  tw the mattar, at a rale Of i* K yru ,,y C-overnment in the". event the liind was set up f nd tcnatitji were unable to raise ponhaae 1 haco |j in iak#i nil the ililTcrrii %  uurlil With I. an-. ' thetn 1" %  trnder .. ^oodne* unohtain in an\ nllirrway. I: KM be Hum tivotqjfa Mini tl |h f I II iii-• oal the full bean llavor. 'Iliai'n wU\ 11< in/ l.ian-.ir< I )\-n-l..il.i-il — to give you 11K'"me-1 ieani rou ever taelnl. of S93.48S. The cost of bulldlnit two-room house was $1,S16.2'J. threv-iejotn house, a four-room house He pointed out further that tl uibsidy involved wi lAm interest. maintenance and Insurance wer takea Into roniMaiallan TheManager-Secretary also InDl unihw niiittei formed the Board that he h; I wnlek waa postponed pending written to tho Financial Sen '"rrnation, the Mantfw tary rejattvt to the insurance of "i UaOsBee he had the hounes. and submitted the In, ""e than 3/rt)0 applications, a Bifuroii ni which theneptctlva ''"'' Bwaber of which wan Hied housGi were covered. iresaiiui cases, and that tho further Recommendation* ^-V,^!, ,P lrna ^"** would The Boa &*** ,he K ' ll " consider, of reconunendaUons submitted bj rh 0 n jrit _._ Ia(u B< n *L!? y ^^"^T^ -hether'^'c^of n^toS tlS which W ae a iruueat...,, t„,t , -^ lmm Sli ,. (| liina r(ft nmn area covering about J "a iicrv; woold not be in excau of the on the Bay Estate to the east of coat of the anUnj ten.intry. tt act Culloden Road (CbeMoo Areu 'i> for sale. Certain members of theBoard .|^^c for llsure'i In connection with I'M* point, and It was decided lo j"lp<>ne consideration pending •ten uifoi'i Further cmi.wder.ilion waa fiven t-ained as a playing Held. The Board also decided that In the event that the Wanderer." Cricket Club vacate their i.eld the Bay Estate that area shou! 1 be ult uueation of rwomniendlim .. i a %  :i %  Ptne ">'..itr. as well queatlor. %  f fioMf for tha er etion of 'H hop The mattar wax rred to give the scretarv i-rt-i.r. uifiir'n.ifrom the Co-operatives Officer. the matter should be dealt wiih lmim-dKiUU Salaries The Board considered ami agread on certain ncommenda uding s.il tries for tin Slafl of tinHousing Board, and the^r recommendations are to be i to the civil Bervta 'ii which IS to ennsid.i and report on salary ineie., for the Suborduiale Stall of the Service. %  • %  %  • %  -.1 Buslnaaa thequestion of rumours that members of the subordinate start %  >( the Housing Board were being offered briiNto enable perwfjw a to so ure ipoti EM hou dim .'I The Becretan pointed out thi. there could \*little or no vnliditv In Burh rumours because th" %  eleetion of ptraoni lo IN I i rested with .< BelecHon Commit tee. and not with on member f the subordinate staff. Tho point was also raised thai there might be some truth In the statement thai some persons did offer money to members of the sulsordinate stall, and It was decided that it should he made clear thai any member of the stafl who took part In anything which savoured of bribery, surh member would be diMnissed. It wit* decided that noticeshould i-c published bl all sections of the Press, drawing attention to the public that anv ..•.tempi at bribery would disI .. h %  npUeant tree bideration by the Board. Before she bugtnaai of the meeting of the Housing Board was begun yesterday morning. Mr O. 11. Adams, Chairman of the Board, ond Mr. John Berkle took opportunity to express IWI Uli.ilf of the Bouril sun i dolence to Hon. F.C Hotion Oil the death of hi* n lher whk i took place n-rrntly. Mr. Beckles also took the ..|>_ purlunlly to welcome Mr Ail.nn liick tn the enlony after his visit* to Berlin and l/iiulon. Where he attended an Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace, and e*pressed the hope that srhOB I I %  •' Mr Adtimi visits Umdnn. he %  would bow before Her Majesty tho Queen who would rest her nldem nnd command him to "Arise S.r Grantley." It.rplying Mr. Adams said al IhOIIgh he "ii idered II an hraioti lie\enhelee, hm etuty towarde hipeople came lift, and if he ataauld >• BO honoured, he erauM consider it only as a result of hrl duties to the people of R.irhadu as a pcraonal achievement. He pointed out however, thai from a ouri eke.I |,y IP bo lered that eve.) io Court Circles. Barbados wanot Bonatdared |ue| a del on ihi map. but was recognised in the Court Cir-Je* \-liomh Process Reversed liy Physicist NEW YOltK. July 29. U.S. atomic scientists said hentoday that the lUlian nuclei" physicists who had succeeded In exploding hydrogen to make helium were apparently using '• method the exaei oppxite of shut employed In the production of UM atom bomb. (Italy's Defence Mlr.isliT Rnndolfo Pact iardl announnvl last night that Itallnn scientist* had exploded hydrogen to make helium, but denied tha newspapei report that lUly had successfully tcded tlvhydrogen bomb). American scientists, who naked not to be quoted by name, said that lT.,feasor Ubaldo Losohi. the Italian in charge of hyd r ogen ex:,ight h.ive been bomirtiniing hydreigrn with Its radloactl.e Isotope. —c.r. Spiritual Intellect Can Save Man BeOSTON Spiritual undemanding alone can pierce to-daj . S4Ud ALxit T.MK) Chrtesttai "^ghout the we the Directors' special message a: the Annual Meeting oi Phi Mothei Church. The ftl rf Csotss, Identag iktstew MaaaacgM %  iiupniiut> alone will never solve BBBBBsdnd*! dee:-had th-'"Ihe i right adju aedattels ava "Not mimt>cr nor human mlajhl but Tniiti--spinui.ii underNtiindingii il e powet mold the world %  %  M.'li Church for ihe coming year wa* I %  v I -igland. Assoei te K.'M. i IBai e brtettnil Si kmoe religious be tore then *0 ,.., %  .. toeoher, t hri.l Km Cham. "The keynote of thLs i.niniv 1* not chaos but Christ sssd "We* %  lad deetructton have dated tvttt the %  i g half ,>t tha century, but progreM Bttd spirituiill/ntioii will ,i I'" i phuvd l>. ;i ltu.il concept o' creation I I Mm. Lnra C. Rattwon, Rt tlrll %  %  en! lecognltton th.it <>plhtual en.i,;hteoroent, and spiritual anllghterv ment alone, will lil"t out the materialism v.linii b trie source of all contusion and of iii.iiil.iniis multiplied probleini.. sinadded aT< e Idol] ecoMmuletlnaj at tdeisM U terms of Chiutian lu'almg. '.hat Ing Is available to humsnitv toKe| I'ttin.il icported eg the '.-n -flung i %  itanoinlnation, which hns througliout the Unite.! N In 41 other coup Growing public eeiigenm of "plhlual healing was neted bj Uurdon V. Cornel tick of Th. Mother Church. Currerrl church it'conU, he said, incl | Momies. of Chrtstian Beta iiKS of arthritis itoae. Infantile ••tones, carious l.une-# and llesh. 1 %  i iiklng and smoking Riuht Of Ix.-iiipiion Oeorge Chaniung, Man.igei o Christian aWenee Cornrnitteei m I'uhiicati.m. re ported ofhcial state and local rocogjnttoa Of th.nglit of the liidiMlii.il t a fro in I physical in goud failh on ii oi the public ,-. inde that tl i tele ni dk K id there ere w-eaa. iteiier totalling nme eaoo.ooo i tl ee to .mi idfei %  en in the KaaesavMigpouii v.iiie. flood. Ro\ < I V. rl on, Trenseuei of The Mothei Churil aniieuiiceil. ther Held, the Chtlitlgn i i %  imp Wi If a re %  disclosed th.it mo Workers were minlaterIrfg In hospitalized veterans and members of the aimed forces. In addition, thirteen Christian Belenee chaplelna tin., m Korea wenon .nine dul\ with troops. Fishermen Prefer Nylon OTTAWA nylon. Anil now the federal fisheries research l I o ii why. It seems nylon gill %  on Lake Winnipeg last longer, lake leas cleaning and catch more I i lag iu | %  inAshing opt %  MO lake in a SHOWN I I I | rating uf the nylon gill nets used by .( the fleherrnen is far Hat •! of that of eottim nets uf the During the IP50-51 season nylon .e-ts caught i7 ji-mnds per 100 \ards of m >< j with 17 pounds caught by COftOn nets. That la a ralio of Board an opportunity to see Che ; area for themselves. The CominilU-e in making thl I the amall area waa useless .Board. ould not %  %  d tl I in ee much al housing was an important Item NANTON TO STUDY AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS i.RFNAIM. July 30. V !{ t. N.irUon. Sniierintenh per 100 yard %  iis in peetoa i I i irtlcularly bloom*'—the colored alime that fills the lake during sej.sona----mii.-ht have eul iiUclency ratio of nylon last year hi any event. Hie nylem DOtg i. .i R'-rfl ni'ord. In addition, reaearrhors discovered that nsherrnen frequently leave nylon nets In place throughout the season while they i; nets at least ofatai to -ti y. The rot> eueUUes of the nylon nets permitted thi* pt The major iiiinplatnl of the nylon was that it was ham net during weather. hold as m %  in the air. members Of search team said. I'lr-.' ]UST ONE—and aren't we enjoying oui.r.e.' Baby wonders what all the futt it about on this particular day — the toyt, the new frock, the cake and this lovely, lovely candle but what fun ! And what a happy year It hat been on the a for everyone particularly since we put baby on Cow A Gate. Steady progress abounding health peace and contentment. Yes carry on. baby, with that charming smile at least we have given you a good start I COW & GATE &0-&5 %FOODo/ fSJUfr J B LESLIES. Co. Lid. 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PACE FOUR slARRADOS ADVOCATE TinnsnAV. m.v ai. is; BARBADOS *& ADVOCATE s l sss.* s? *• UraM • LM Hil l •BraSss—• Thuraslay. July 31, 1542 lit :\IM\(. THE report of the Public Librarian fo. the rail ended on the 31st March 1951 records the total number of adult and juvenile registered, borrowers of books al 24.746. Less than one ninth of the island's total population borrows books from the headquarters Library, the Speightslown Library and the seven deposit stations. But the regular borrowers of books seem to read widely because no less than 178,150 issues of books were made at the headquarters adult department during the year. How many of the 14.526 reRistered borrowers withdraw books is not mentioned so that no conclusions can be drawn as to percentage of actual borrowers. It is interesting to note that whereas 1,577 new borrowers were reRistered 6.077 less issues were made at the headquarters adult department than in the previous year. On the other hand 4,369 more issues were made in the juvenile department of headquarters than in the previous year and membership increased by 1,206 to 6.622. The Speightstown Branch Library now has 835 adult and 613 juvenile members and 12.992 books were issued during the year. At the deposit stations it is impossible to meet in full the demands of the young readers. And it is very significant that there are more than 798 more juvenile than adult members who make use of the stations. This appetite for reading on the part of the juvenile inhabitants of the country districts would seem to justify the formation of more, school libraries than now exist. Since the duties of issuing books, registering borrowers and keeping the necessary statistical records of the deposit stations are now undertaken for the most part by elementary school teachers, the growth of school libraries would seem to be a natural evolution from the existing system. A school library department was started in October 1949 and 28 schools are now receiving books through the department. During the year 8,135 children received books in this way. This figure is quite startling when compared to the total number of 8,709 juvenile borrowers registered at headquarters, Speightstown and the six deposit stations. The statistics of book circulation at the Public Library and all its branches during the years 1946—51 record a drop in books issued to adults from 208,510 in 1948 to 194,^62 in 1951. Juvenile readers after reaching 76,289 dropped to 65,906 in 1949 but had reached 76,138 in 1951. Combined totals of book circulation show a substantial decrease from 280,038 in 1948 to 270,798 in 1951. The classification of books at headquarters read by juveniles show the appeal that sociology is having on young minds. Whereas religious books were circulated on 2,806 occasions during the year and there were 3,881 circulations of books dealing with applied science there were 4.871 issues of books dealing with sociology. History by comparison only received 1,500 circulations. Fiction, however, still is the favourite reading of juveniles at headquarters and received 35,895 circulations as compared with 25,946 issues of non-fictional works. The adult reader at headquarters also displays greater enthusiasm for sociology and philosophy than for religion, although the main interest of adults in non-fictional work is claimed by applied science. There were 15.517 issues of books dealing with applied sciences during the year, 8,472 dealing with sociology. 6,889 with r ilosophy, and 5,928 with religion. In Speightstown on the other hand, interest in applied science was followed by interest in religion, philosophy, biography and fine arts, before sociology. Adults at headquarters also show interest in biography there being 6,526 circulations. ', Only 4,381 circulations, however, were made of books dealing with history. Fiction continues to hold sway over the adult as over the juvenile mind, there being 100,579 issues of fiction at headquarters as compared with 77,571 issues of non-fiction. What conclusions are to be made from some of the statistics in this report? First the total number of 16,037 registered adult borrowers uf a public library in a community with a total registered electorate of 95.939 of whom 62.028 actually voted during the last elections is a subject for deep reflection. If almost one sixth of the island's registered voters are not even registered borrowers of the public library their knowledge of the world in which they live cannot be said to be extensive. The responsibility of those who do read books is therefore increased enormously and the resulting danger of acquiring all knowledge from books becomes real. The selection of books for reading in the public library particularly for the juvenwho now form more than half of the public library's reader* becomes a greater responsibility than ever. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. John la'ordon In Aimi-M'.i When A Big Man's Life-Dreams Perish > the world. md dram. The next down the lba|i The Cure I do not suppose that even i ivith the Truman tricks. What does Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower think of the future dcatiny iecms to be shaping tor her'.' She has played her part through Jm tremendous week with a rauuon you. my youn man. that cnarm „„. „„,!„,, y^, na ^p. — see the spots coming ured a(1 hearts—Uiough women out on you. jump i the coldei •ay they cannot understand wh, river you cam find and get your she ^n her hair in these pecutemperature down again. lu>r bangs. Men reputed to be wise are c_ p an |* I I11CU %  fanta t king* queen*—oh vc>\ they have agents just the sai TT 1 ,!" CSJS* 5T"!" *' K B happened. But a monarch Is the toughest job In ^^ ^^^ to me u *)£ „ „„,„, the world. „, a „„„„ „„,(„, on. "li.'ftF ?,. *, k 1 ">> ambition Is a most he way with them en that, hut dcva5U „ ng disease to catch, r i( v..ii hanker after a |oh of the sort here's a bit of wue advice. .. yo „ Should we ever become a republic and Jmyom. suggest that you run for President, hit hi on the head and run like mad. After a week spent watching pronV'to'tell Innocent" youth that unfortunate men who have been ^ wty (Q -at a trunk In life la SHE nearly fainted in the pro bitten wi That •" when a woman ,, oWntU. i gjg,gj ^*££Jft*£$£ stout dowagers proceeding down ** r f*aKe-> Park lane toward* midnight waving double liftli-ed pictures of 1 wonder II Ike is happy abou; mc. \ earing crasy hats it alt. He never seemed to me to i „ inscribed "J Ltkm Gordon," an1 be lr>mg very hard. He did not -^hat „ question to ask a %  hunting a v.*.).-. (1,IT,. .I...!, 1 i-lier" she snapped. The subject Yrt lh..l la what has been hap. dropped pening in Chicago every night *0 M^ Americansand Ikecall her Mamie. Hut to her daugnv law and Ike's grandchildren ah is Mimi. Her Treasure HAS her marriage been a sueDinner Jacket Tyranny LONDON. Mr. Malcolm MacDonald. Commissioner.] for South-East Asia has slapped clown the old idea that the Pukka Sahibs, Tuans and Bwanas in the tropics must ri'k' "thS' alw y wear dinner jacket at night-time. fu u onoao o wv' M noonnav^ ovM The Democrats will like wild cata. The tricks the, Taft machine tried to play on: Mr MacUonald believes in changing into kin win be nothing compared, evenlrl( dress—he makes a point of thatT-1ITT1-HI fs-'ialfc PAN BOOKS THE WIDEST SELECTION IN TOWN On Sale Al _,-_,-., ADVOCATE STATIOXfcBl ally to newspaper girls sudd „. asked her if she w worried over leavmu foi I his week. 1 cant imagine Claridges, the Savoy, or the Bitz til lowing carnival processions of brass bands to walk in at their front doom, nigh their foyers, and up and down tholr corridors wtienever they felt their exuberance rising. Yet the swank hotels of Chicago have had to put up with that all day and halt the night ell. Too Tough Although the town Is not quite wide open as it used to be, as a taxi driver lamented to me the lights sUII go round and round till the dawn comes up. And hether you have a dollar or n million In your pocket you can get a meal or a drink anywhere up to 4.30 in the a.m„ which is now the legal closing hour. If you think that is making hfo a bit too tough, believe me things are not so bad, for many place-* which announce that they must —6T keep the law—close at 4.30 announce also that they will T-Tr 8 Scnlto?' Taft ha. been * m **> "* v ? much whclhrr many months. He has been travor J i hrM <**?* %  ,._ v „ elt.ng ceaselessly up and down T 'f"' ,l <•< *££"".wK the American ontlnVnt, showing **lded that the mon *** *%& himself to the elector.. n H lave ^ " hlm WPre u Uule -Archie %  .".' the pr... ;ii. tt 1.1 more pay wilhuut mire production 1'ioi.Jd apply to MPi. loo -out whn the deuce %  POllU more teoulacess in a land where marriage* dnn't seem to las: too long? Thi answer Is that she still treasure above all things in the world the little heart-shaped jewel box Ike tfave her on their first weddine ..: rUvanavji if 1 feel a litUe sorry for Mamie in the rhonths and perhaps years of little privacy thai lie thead of her, I cannot help feeling deep sympathy for the InvahJ Mrs. Taft. In spite of her disabkli. ties following the strokes she %  offered 18 months ago. she has plaved her part in the fight these fast few days like a very br.ive woman. She sat in hrr wheelchair through endless, nmsy, cxhamUnu receptions laughing off her troubles vlth the joke that she wai wiirr. ng about her double chin showing on the photographs. I urn sure the week will lM\ i permanent mark upon her. II seems a pity Hi were not to be compensated by i victory for her husband. How he must hate the sight of •ople now. Poor Senator Taft uldn't drink a cup of coffee %  thout the news being known. Every time he changed his pyjamas In n strange town n .1 columnist regarded_lt as the scoop of the week, columnist Is usually and women columnists are not l\o. no. no FOH nearly seven years Gen. more than he cared to take. He said so with an asperity most unusual for him. And behold FOR nearly seven year I what happens. Down fell tho Eisenhower withstood the Rapub* walls of Jericho, the Citadel was lienn political suitors before hc would allow his name to be put his. forward as prospective candid...c. The difference )>etwecn Eisen|„ „ new biography,—-Man of ine local n ower md MacArahur, who for Destiny" to be published by "*"• all his Indisputable genius would, Heinemann's tomorrow — the 1 think, bo a disastrous President, juthor. Kevin McCann, lists the my ideal of pleasant people to if that MacArthui-a driving Noes" as:— m ^. t, „ L_ .'motive in life ts the glm-iftcntion JUNK lf45: "I'm a soldier The harassed Scnutoi has had of tSjuArthur, while Ike says nohodv thinks of ine M a politill 11 ^. 8 .."'I 10 kct 'l' ln th n ou| riulte simply, and believes it. that clan." -ii Mut he hi,.,, lilk ,. s hls ,„(, senously but JANI'AKV 1947: "Nothinp in managed to get away with it nvvrr hi mse lf. the International or domestic tsiiumore easily than most by pleadx^,,, months of MacArthur as atlon especially qualilles for illing Uiat his invalid, wife must not president ond America would be -nost important office in the worU quarrelling with tho world. Which R man whose adult years haw !" W is not what either America or the been spent in the country'" mill world wants or needs. taty forces." MARCH I94S: He is "considerMore difficult Infinitely than nK the presidency of Columki.i be disturbed. It took Senator Taft months to get his smile fixed on what I am told is normally a rather ruthless face. But it took General Dwight D. Eisenhower anything Truman has expertUniversity lust a week to rub it off. enced in office are the days that DECEMBER 11*50: "I'm Never have I seen so swift and lie ahead for America. And officer on the active list." pathetic a change in any man. It Kisenhower certainly has a tough And firm Up seemed to happen in a few hours, journey ahead of him if he is MAT 19??: He consented. One day Taft was on top of filing to the White House. I. I tl Puerto Ilico Sliotv* Economic* And Social Progress SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico, nym for sugar cane. More than With over one-third of thi More than 2,000,000 Americans 50 percent, of all Puerto Kican island's total budget being allo on the sunny Caribbean island of agricultural workers still farm cated to education It Is expected Puerto Rico are showing bow prosugar cane, but pineapple, tobacthat more than 10.000 students %  tress toward self-government can co, and coffee are becoming ineach year will be able to receive be achieved under democratic rreasingly important. spenftc technical training. stewardship. New dock facilities are being With the overwhelming rutillconstructed to handle increased In the field of general education cation ol their now Constitution sluppinn trathc from U.S. ports, a new system of secondary eduon March 3. 1952. Puerto Rlcans Passenger traffic through San cation known as the Morovis plan will govern themselves as a comJuan's lsla Grande airport is is in operation. Started in the munwealth under the United steadily on the increase. town of Morovla two years ago States flag. Eradication of slums and In;this plan is now being used Keeping abreast of the progress piuvement of existing housing six other communities and will in M'lf-government has been the facilities is another ambitious be extended throughout the conuniuand social development project undertaken by the govisland. of the Island during the last eight crnment. The government has also Under the Morovis plan, seeyears ad tracts of land to which ondary education is made availFaced With the problem of it is moving the best houses from able to students who cannot atmalnlalnlng over 2,200,000 people shim areas. Central sewage and tend a regular secondary school in an area of 3.435 square miles water faclUUM are installed by the because of Insdequatc transporta(8.931 square kilometers) — one, government and provided for the tion facilities or financial shortof the most densely populated renew dwellers at low cost. comings, gions on earth—the Puerto Hican The island's Social Programmt-.. government l|is been conducting Administration has also developed Each leackjr meets with hia vigorous economic development a plan by which rural families Mass aJMsej^BfcjjLhours once each programme. will be able to build their own week Ts na*t of ininn. iim-ti Known as "Operation Boothomes at an average cost of about by the nBBaB* In teaching i strap," this programme Is n con$300, The Administration will other Students receive the equivcerted effort to tree the island provide plans, a concrete block slant of secondary school diplomas from its customary one-and twonut-chine, and a few simple tools, upon successful completion of irop agricultural economy. One Administration construction entheir studies. method has leen to invite U.R. gineers will start the work and Puerto iiuos progress in indusbusinessei to establish new plants supervise construction during its trial cxpansLon and in political, n Puerto Rico. Initial stages. educational, and social advanceOver 150 plants have opened Under this plan each family ments has Inaaated the morale of Ince the programme began live will make a cash payment of only its residents. years ago Ttwy are producing $20 initially, pay an additional $10 Teodoro Moscoso, chief of the such varied items as cement, iron when the house is completed, and Island's Economic Development castings, candy, textiles, shoes ihen pay about $2.50 a month Administration, says: pottery,'and rndio sets. over a 10-year period. "Our greatest asset is the wonDespite this rapid industriallzaThe Puerto Rlcan government derful fact that with no resources tion, ajnculture is still dominant, is atso expanding its educational to speak of, a people who should Bul hs;re. too, diversification is facilities so that its cltiaens will be desperate have great hope." being encouraged. The Island's be able to assume more responsi(I'.S.A. — Territories A Po-ssesagriculture is no longer a synoble positions. sions) but he leaves the jacket at home. Recently, Mr. MacDonald looking cool and trim, went to hear American singer Helen Traubel Me wore black trousers, white shirt, black tie, but, as usual—no jacket. Hide-bound old-timers, sweltering in their coats, spluttered over their whisky sodas. They even protested openly at what they considered was his lack of adequate dress. Now he has forcibly answered his sartorial critics in a letter to the Straits Times. CallinK on Malaya to "break with the tyranny of the dinner jacket", he asserted that "fine Imperial statesmen and shining incuts who happened also to be sensible men" had discarded their coals in other parts of the Commonwealth. His critics continued Mr. MacDonald, seemed to think that a jacketless evening dress was a "crude innovation." "It is nothing of the kind. For a long time, various sunny parts of the British Conv monwealth accepted as evening dress for men a black tie. white shirt, black cummerbund, black or white trousers and no coat". This was the regulation wear at dinner parties, during the hot weather, at Government Houses, including those of Indian proconsuls, he stated. "If the critics had arrived wearing a coat for dinner at these Residencies, they would have been politely de-coated and regarded as ignorant of the proper dress for gentlemen. "Dinner jackets are designed for cool climates, not for the tropics. The dress looks more aesthetically pleasing without the superstructure of a white jacket which contributes nothing to the effect except an occaM*m;il awkward bulge, and frequently trickles with perspiration". Mr. MacDonald's letter follows a recent incident when members of a stage touring party who were entertaining troops Malaya were refused entry into an army mess because Ihey were not wearing evening dress. The Manchester Guardian in a leader headed "Political Undress" says: "The Commisioner-General's behaviour in Malaya has always been 'unofficial' in a far wider than the sartorial sense. By his swimming parties, with Asian students, his hospitality to all sorts of Asian people, and his refusal to join clubs which exclude Asian guests he has trodden hard on the corns of Europeans who are finding it impossible to move with the times. The relinquishing of the dinner-jacket on ail except State occasions by high persons in Singapore can do little except make them a little more human in the eyes of the ordinary Chinese. Indians and Malays. There may have been Asians— and even British—at the notorious concert who could not afford a dinner-jacket, and the more Britain's representatives identify themselves with such average people the better. Less stuffiness and exclusivity on the part of offlelal personages in Malaya will make Britain's declared mission there^—the establishment of a democracy—a good deal less difficult of fulfilment. Take Ihe guesswork out ol weighing with: NEW COUNTER SCALES (10 lbs.) NEW SPRING BALANCE KITCHENSCALES (7 lbs. & 23 lbs.) C. & PITCHER & CO. Ph. Our Headers Say: w Privatr Ufnir Y.M.P.C. as Croncy and dikes ing farts to your kind conjddcra_ „,. , ... M <\ not show up on Sunday ti To The Editor. The Adroroif— p cr80 nallv I thought, and Mr. Firstly the riota broke out In SIR.— In veslerdiiys issue_ ol Hewitt agreed, triat this match I-ahore. in Pakistan. That is an the Adt-orale O.N Looker en tiwa> a private affair financed by internal affair in Pakistan and the composition of tho tne B.C.L. and myself for the India has nothing to do with ft purpose of giving the D.C.L. side Your news headline as 'Indian Riots Broken-Up' la very mis of B (' A Intermediate slda ing that only five players were Additional practice worthy of their places and he i the method used by the B.C.A. in aeleetinc Us* team In raplj may I he permitted to he side Is an entirely '^.iir. The Secretary of the 11C L. asked me for a fixture against C. F. Hci-rison A Co. Ltd. I resisted this suggestion as Harrisoi.MM too weak a combination, in my view, to oppose To The Editor, The -4drocole— OM B.CX Mr. Hewitt then agreed SIH— With reference to yout a match %  gainst Internews item "Indian Riots BrokenR C Mt'RTY MS... Dip. Lib mediate players selected by me. Up" on page six of the Barbados Y.M.C.A.. Incidentally, five of llic players ^dvoraie dated July 2Dth. 1M2. Pinfold Street. IBM look part, play for the I would like to draw the follow29th July. 1W2. Yours faithfully, W r, 1IOYOS. Drxt.Tville". Belleville. 30th July. 1952. ••Riot*" ^Immediate Independence" LONDON. IF resolutions put down by two local Labour parties were accepted by the British Labour Party annual conference in September, the next Socialist Government would be committed to grant "immediate independence" to all British colonies and dependencies. These resolutions, however are unlikely to be approved by the main body of the Labour Party. Other resolutions call for the withdrawal of all British troops from Malaya and other colonies. One says that the dependent territories should be offered instead "technical and material assistance to help in their development." Some of the views expressed in these resolutions are clearly against the general trend of opinion in the LabourParty. One. for instance, calls on the Party to urge the with drawal of British troops from Korea. More in line with present opinion in the Party are two resolutions calling for longterm development of the Commonwealth and Colonies to enable this country to become independent of United States supplies. This is also seen as a means of raising the standard of living of Commonwealth and i:il people and solving the "greatest problem facing the world, namely the international economic unbalance." A number of resolutions deal with the question of the Federation of African Territories. Most of them express the view that there should be no federation without full leading People here might not be accustomed to differentiate between India and Pakistan, but we must admit the fact that thev are two independent countries and news headings like the one; consultation of the Africans in those lerriln todays paper can create a lot. of mistrust among the different WTBBfc sections of Indians here. Yours sincerely. The South African Government is severely attacked for its racial discrimination and segregation policies. Many local Labour parties are against any form of colour bar "wherever it operates." 'flta New Gasrlle Motor Mower to whip awsy the rouxhest snd toughest grass. 98 cc Villiers New Minor Motor Mower —an Ideal machine for smooth liwns. The Fealherllxht \rlel Mower Is amaxlnxlr easy for a lady to use. 12" or 14" Blsdes The Ions proven Tiger llandmower hat no peer in iiHeld. Da Costa & Co., Ltd. fiaphone G0DDARDS FOR }(>! 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TIUJBSDAV. JUI.V 31, USJ BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Jury Disagree Over Shooting Attempt Verdict Jury Discharged: Case For Re-trial son-in-law took the revolver out of his hand and put him out. At the lime Hope Mid that Llnton was his wile and he was making sport. This ww corroborated by WinHeld Trotman, his son and Collin AFTER deliberating three hours at the Court of Grand Ed* 0 11 •"* wn-ln-taw. Sessions yesterday over a case in which Cariton O'Brien „i n ,i?SS"dTio^m w? Hope was charged with attempting i shoot with intent to lo h lm when he said that he had murder Ursil Lmton, his former reputed wife of Dayrells been making sport. Road, on February 23, a tury told His Lordship Mr Justice While giving evidence Edshiii G. L. Taylor that there was no possibility of their agreeing h8d Xt l** as > ,cd k ,om ,hr w ", un a vmlirt ^^ -*'=--...K nets box when ^ sagged and on d verdict. se-mod about to collapse. This was at 9 p.m. and after commenting that it seemed a simple case and he saw no reason why they could not Threat agree at a verdict, His Lordship discharged the'iurv. The -. cpl „ cl 5 0 5 h ? s !" Sw,1 >' E l,p ...:n i fi.j * nUcIc Rnck Sub Station s.iiil tha' Farouk May Leave Soon LADY SAVAGE OPENS SOCIAL CENTRE isi I OF CA.'Kl Juh IB Parouk >f Kgypi pent an rxiir on ft • From I'.ir 1 elan soil, sleeping in •' Matt trading, also sewing and cooking hotel room here: but indication* elaagea be organised, were lii soon he "ft ; s the inteniion of the ComReporta that Parouk mmaa of the St. George's Social planned to leave short 1> — mmt ^.mrc Ihiil il be run on similar that fund, and I look upon the commu'ulv central as being cornshows, concerts, lecture-. plementar>' %  '•d %  P*' 1 ' ,hl case will be retried Counsel for Hope was Mr. E. W, in 1I6. Hope Barrow, while Mr. F. E. Field, on living together. Acting Attorney General, prosehad several Quarrels cuted for the Crown. unions. Hope had been charged on two She had been friendly counts. The second count was Hope when hi ed support from the I ia of mot.than -i' 11 otaeai oil %  %  night from ih. Royal Yacht 'Mahroussa". which can i rch Into vxJ %  "There are three gentlemen I libers of ihe Commlttc iinvc to improve the standards of living of the people. "You may not know that I am a very Jealous person—jealous for Barbados. I admit I dislike hearing reports of things being done better In other islands, because I nm certain that the Barbadian is Jus* as capable—I would say more . ... he had had occasion to interview / ormcr m „ I-^TW \TH "OP* ln 66BMa*laB with thrwta [ mey naa Linton had alleged he had made parouk WM up before noon and *" to her. and Hope told him that if appeared brieil. Linton lived to see the end of the i lu icony overlooking the colourivil with the Social Centre who to,* a leadJ^V"-"th^" a"T*hS ^S mg part in the planning and crccinAtan A nd yet 1 am told-on non of ihis building, who 1 regret good authority—that the developto say are not with us this altermpn t of community centres and norni They are our late Rector community life in Jamaica is far Mr. Dowh-n. who was Chairman of ahead of our achievement in Barihr Committee. He resigned his bados. There Is no reason for it n urn in, MM nw" ..%  —— trarnrns MIIMI I —— — %  -—•—a ... I'XKHIV I to \ a be SO. I will not listen to the attemutina t<% nM was ,he lMt wiUM ?" in '"** ** a whn '* T 8n,rt J !" '"J-nalca's gain. Barba^d.re 1 say we Barbadiansare SsSmJVor^fisShle !" num. W be ^WJ* h nnr du to J dfm |nd to (lo .pok,. „,., v ,, v „ lt dotra leaa. too individualistic and non-coT^UegM^offence was the Sw&-i?ftethenewmShsS f Hope threau-n.ng to kill l.m,.m .„ r „ rril £ %&*, batterspirits Mr de Vlera our late ChurcnopcraSvc. You have put Barbados t*it or hr,fc i.*.t t*!* 21. Vki .. month had Wednesdaj morning than he warden who was keenly LnUeeat„ n the map in so many ways; you Defence did on Tuesday Dig. In the Sov-al Cent,., .esigne-l have led tha Caribbean In sugar Mr. Barrow in addressing Uw,. dona) send-oft given hlm Dry in December, 1 regret production, in education and in jury told them that if Ussa war .< Rgyptian Royal vacbteto say he is no konaai anal, ua, he.dth %  arvteea. Surely you can 1 satisfied thai the accused attemptMi DowtUng ajan resigned the l*M a lead to the Caribbean in to have attenuated ,. j^Th^T i„'^..'"il.lll "^"u" !" 7ZXZS * Io sho ' .M nlan -. but thrm, h I '":'' >?t "Pk*r Vostrj in December, he WOUld &• flevelopinent of family and end of each month and return was the few days after the new month had break in the friendbegun. She had written one letter ship between Hope and Linton. it that she remembered to Dr. Lloyd was given In evidence, and a reStill of the Mental Hospital, hoplusing on Llnton's part to renew ing that Hope might be compelled the friendship. He was alleged lo pmy her for board and lodging. attempted to shoot her. In this letter, she had accused but due lo a (lcieclm iho-.Vnl'.^r' iinl"i "iZZ^M*? I.V" !" I !" T.'; n d" 1 "" ' hls P" n ""' %  volvcr El Buhor" was lied up t th UfH havr hn-n wllh ua IKI arirrnnui 5S& a — M -, Saw.^ HM^.TIH: .. as man and wife for about seven h ari he ..! anvth.na 1A h^, Linton who was capabte of writing had he said anything to her. Two ved 1 reel 1 mutt mention Sir, th.it %  i Ol St Georges iiwo a great debt of gratijude to %  Sit Laurie Pile without whose generosity this large playing Held would never have been .. %  luired by Welfare Limited, and rt iver, after his death. !" h.n Kosart'lH' Watfaae Limited went Into liuiU resence7had "given"the~Centre a tenon, the Directors of Bulkelev good start. His Excellency had Limited consented that the playing not only given the Centre a good Held be sold by Welfare Limited start by his presence but also by U the C.overnnient at a reasonable what he had told them. price for the benefit of the ParishHe felt quite sure that His Ex!v life. "1 shall be told that these are just words and what is wanted If .ition 1 agree. That is the job of the people of St. George and of all Barbadians." His Excellency concluded. Vote of Thanks Hon. 0, D. L. Pile. O BE., M 1, C in moving a vote of thanks, said that His Excellency nd Lady Savage, through their lar colonial vessels ar2"*. ""l "**.S.il Sim'3 St " cylinder contained two daughter, saw Hope llrst when.he r „, bb „ brought !" pra. white „7 n c „ ,. p,,', „,'„,,, _On Ihe Saturday even.ng of the H V e cartridges. The automatic ramp """ ,h ? ""• nd "i"!/' l>eans fresh fi ull .. „„,„,, furniture for the wa home in heimechanUm for rotating the cylf. v '" ln when she ran behind Keneral cargo. She also had on building. pulled mder was defective, but the cylSt!?".,!*!! ..!L.f ... he !" ?!?S baird four pass.-.i The Social Centre Commlllcr offence she wa, home in her mechanUm '"for"'rotating "the"""yi""',"" "l? 1 shedroof when someone pulled mder was defective but the cylBtrker that she had heard the gale and called. She recogmder could have been easily put cUck h,to Barker said he had Both veaaeli nised tho voice in Hopes, and |„ rotation with the fingers and heard aeveral. He said that when the 1 Ml Mm „M.!f-i 0 ".! "V *?,! W b """ •"'Charged by cocking the !" g ,' ou nd witnesses telling deHon. him pushing the gate with one hammer and pulling the trigger liberate falsehoods, they had to By so doing, he had been able ?" k themselves If they would not lo discharge the two bullets It ^ committing a miscarriage of -2 a"^ S, l m "['I"' contained when II was brought to justice If they convicted the JiJJ JH!*J! do wilh it and he hlm H e produced Ihe shells of "ccuaed. replied that two shot, were in it. y,, discharged bullets After Actually, the charge was on!" one was for her and one for him"if'Shas been criticised for not openinif district. community life Mr Pile reminded the young people that the Centre was nol for them nlone but also for the sieii to spend quiet evenings. "One day In the course of nature, you will also belong to the older brigade". Kg hinted to the youngsters of the hand and in the other he held a revolver. She cried i 365 PiMwengefi 11 Iran-it Onitru/il" Aseoelalhc Centre earlier, but Su. would like to ask those critics to remember that the building was handed over to the Vestry by the Contractors during October last year, up to the middle of DeeamIri we were verv husv preparing for and staging the General Election. '• Ills Excellency and Lady Savage afterwards inspected the Hall and the grounds Two l-.lde of India trees were planted by His Excellency and Lady Savage While touring the grounds. His Excellency took the opportunity lo have a chat with some of the cricketers and footballers of tin gcttier. she could not live with another man. She ran out and was within ft yard and a half of him when he K in ted the gun al her and she ard a click, but no bullet came ..„ from the gun. She held him and mean hat (old her daughter who was In the yard to take a stick and knock the revolver out of his hand. Her daughter did threw It over the paling. He struggled to get Harr. College Wins \i:ii-liin-/ Shield For bright clean and healthy floors. furniture and linoleum passing through four inches of ? nc .. f a !" ntlnuoua series of traps [frtdjetown of the bullets had for "P p which Linton used 10 u the 395 H made a hole in a zinc plate. practice and was the committing from tha BA Hraill "trolled uo made an application to Governon his face ,H would appear as Cross-examined, he said that it * a Public mischief Just as the and dsJWJ the main streets. Tin' men! for an extra grant of money though ihe answers he was recelvwas difficult to gel the hammer had tr| ed to make him lose hi.s BNB, O'clock fa assist them in carrying out the ing were verv satisfactory. of the gun to strike the pin. If *^: ta the nontlrig, %  making betf plans thev had In view. I am one pulled the trigger and a shot e Pinted out that Linton had third trip to the Llland this year, nleaiwl to say Sir. that Governdid not go off. it would have sworn *hat she had not seen Hope Six passengers arrived by tho ment very magnanimously accedit that a shot was not in the * r aDout a week before the date Braill foi K.irbodo* They were .d to our request, and that money or a proper alignment had of lhe offence, and then her Godfrey King. Mn > Cberrie became available during the llrst not been made daughter had positively said tha"Majnrie C'herrie. F.vernr.l Patln. week of June, we made an attempt Joan Linton' Ursil Linton's he ,11 "' ron > p at their home Ihe prelYanew Aaostinl and Monica to open the S 1 Ct ntre in June and pirklng it up. daughter, corroborated that Dart vious morning and had made AfOatUlL '" < %  ''•'' '" obtain the service* ,.,_,.,„ ^„ llM M„ I rad. Ihe 'evidence ,„.n oy Vr ft_ *& gS^ --.%*$• """" " "" *• "^%i ?lt J^ Bahin. Rio, SantOg. Montevideo "We then started U. carry out ^dsi Int-<;Ompany fie Shout %  nd lam-Los A...She ^ on her cartata work win.h had our *5^JS l S!irJ!l^*s*tsem ground somewhat disllgure.1 The *M* P |acp at SlisaS The vessel is consigned to "The Committee was Informed Hall on Friday ^* r***!" Messrs. n. M. Jones & Co. Ltd.. il>t V"i Sir were not taking par' * %  """* ,0 al •" a2b JSB Agents f.ir Monre-Mit'ormoek > functions of this desn.oti.m geJWOJt HO. 1 Cvnp ^WWm aaaann l ;,-..., until Court mourning for our late and C onibrmiere Sehol her and l" Meaars. V, her, and added that since Joan, Linton's daughter had a She had blc vcle mere should have been earlier In town on the no fcar "'."ope catching her. to "side when H^'Ame'Ti'.' dav " '"" *> "<> ot h r mother. ,,.?"" ^^ had a J u ln his In* tV 0 ied ld ro 1 g h er.t H ner. eanie "' she reached home before he ££ %<8?* OUM "* haV came. She had thrown the gun „' a S.Vi'• .„ ,. „ Go Ahead and Shoot er Ihe paling because she was M S r h 1 | l a 1 *5 h "„ C5SH2! Ho,a, lold Barker Ihat If he did '"'U thai if she had Atempted Si? .'hTdef.ne. wo !" W have^en not move he would shoot him. "> <•}•'< lo " • ^ police he ,„ |h urr ,r w^^a Inke ., 1 I," Tw TT ta '" I !" 11 "* pun and when Barker renlied lh a ,f would have pursued her. She J"' „i J i, .w !!i.. w j clieons of fancy molasses at the h?w wlS to niS^he m'gn! ^m.^ed that W had ridden to $£>££*£. hflI de,CnCP *"\ gj ; '-< ^ - the M.V as well go ahead and do it. Hope he Police Station. When Hope Th ... SSS\ f^SZ w"'e h poinlcd the gun at Barker and she -eld the revolver and she heard lo .^ h j mo V a ls of the wit* WnM heard another click, but again no *• click, but nothing haooened —I -5S ETJ? !" bullet came. She ran from behind E and Hope pursued her. and lowed her into the house of Joyce Moore which she entered Some men who were Moore*! relatives, held Hope. After this ahe fainted. Under cross-examination, she as to Linton running to him and thinking that Linton had' admitted that she had gone clinging on behind him. He said him lose his Job, nnd had laker through a form of marriage with that after he had told Hope that him to the altar falsely. Hope although she had been if he was going to shoot he could He reminded ihem of tinl St. Lucia when Hope and she Robert Trotman, father of Joyce •went through the form of marMoore at whose house Linton had mge She had never actually fled, said that he was going at separated from her husband but his daughter when he saw Linton and that Hope point' ishe had heard that he was dead, running towards the house and ton and tried to lire it the only She said that Hope and she Hope chasing her. When Linton verdict could be guilty. were friendly before her husband ran into the house and Hope folHe reminded them of the threat* •went to St. Lucia, and after she lowed her, he went in and held and aald that these prored "'< had been convicted for bigamy him around his neck while his intention beloved King terminated on the Company was third 31st May. The details of the scoring i Wi %  TOUM hive opened earliei fallows — • ,!>. su hut received information that the Members of the band were i-arnlng a well deserved until the 251 h July. %  There is still a lot to he done in furnishing the building and in levelling the field, but I t> I l lira Sir, that with co-operation of the Monroe i-anshlnners m the near future o arid the M\ Ten;. EfOvU ,, Al |l have a really first class Dnl '-. A centre run on cultural as wHI as recreational lines. And judging ncc is loading by what 1 observe taking place ested Hope, in nad becn n nwd of mmSSTivSSSSSSiAJS P W*"? 2 I %  *• n "' W •molasses for Newfoundland. The Kverton Weekes and Valentine Is Station who connection with the attempted csla bUsh their case, counsel for shoolmg, said that Hope did not the defence had brought out such make any statement. a motive in his cross-examination. Seibert Barker gave evidence y or ti co .ji d he that Hope was N<. nouth, taking hor lot SeoUa. not go off that did not exculpate*! Hope. If Ihey were satisfied tha*t the weapon could have gom ofll and that Hope pointed it .it Lin!" ANNUAL MEETING OF SUMMERHAYES CLUB The annual general meeting of 'the SummcThaves TenhJ Qul win take place to^norrow at the %  i Fifth AvenUCi hi Neville al 8 p.m. H MMH $JDAQph The Finest Range in Town TABLE KNIVES $1.35 DESSERT KNIVES @ 1^2 TEA KNIVES Co) MI BUTTER KNIVES @> 1.28 TABLE FORKS @ 1.67 DESSERT FORKS (S> 1.16 CAKE FORKS f. 1.10 i8Si£g />/iiV) The murder case Reg. vs. Verona Jsckmsn iset down for hearing to-day. going to be challenged severel) ended Mr Yearwood. Governor's Address His Excellency, in his address. snld: "My wife and I are very pl< aj ed to IKpresent here his afternoon and to associate • urOOOa again with the development of community life in Barbados, "You will not want me to repeal what I have said in St. Andiew, aph and In Christ Church about community centres and the blessings of the labour Welfare • Fund. In the last two years I I ave I seen visible evidence of improvements in homes all round the .wintry, provided by loans from Oeanaaaa HARRISON COIXEOR ( S.M Hinds. L K. 17U, Rudder. G. M. Cadet Jordan. G, A. .. 85 C/2LI. Held, N. E 0 Sgt. King K. I) P I Cadet Johnson, P. A D. .. 83 Team Score 526 No. t. Cwnpany I.OIK.F. hCIIOOL Cndet Gill. T. C 65 ( 21.1 Hayne. I. D. .. 84 C/1U Chase. P. D. E. .. 8S ( SM C-ldnrd. P H. .,86 Cpl. Humfrey, J M. P. .. 83 Cadet Johnaon, L. E. C. .. 66 Team Score 484 Ne. 3. Company COMBERMERE SCHOOL Cadet Clarke, C. B. L/Cpl. Carter. H. G. Cpl. Lokey. V. AS. Cpl. Goring. L. F L/Cpl, Harrlaon. C. L/Cpl Lewla, K Team Score 464 TABLE SPOONS @ -•* DESSERT SPOONS r d I.U SOUP SPOONS @ l-> TEA SPOONS @ * COFFEE SPOONS @ M SUGAR TONGS f w 1.4* FISH EATERS per pair Ti 3.67 6 Piece* CANTEEN SETS Q SK3.7a CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10, 11. 12. & 13 BROAD STREET "" Il ll lll l l ll i VACATION! HARRISONS DIAL 2352 BEGINS WITH A SPLASH! See our lovely Ladies' Bath Suits SATIN LASTEX In 1 Plere and t Plere Styles Prom SI144 to S2C6 FLOWERED COTTON From 17.M to WOT WOOLLEN In 1 l-i-. .• and '. Plrc. Slrlea from 110 M lo 51', or. &f CHILDREN'S BATHSUITS 6? Flowered Cotton From It.IS to 17.50 WOOLLEN From Toddler** to Girls' Ktara From 62.13 to 66.M Agent A & S Bryden A Son, Ltd. Barbados MAR MITE IS EVERYONE'S fitnett FOOD Mirmlio hoop •varyoA* flitor. Bf adding Marmiw to our moali ovtry diy. w .trtngthen %  bodlet lo rint chilli and di.am; w gt more i from avarrlhing w tit. and childran are aiiurad o* a ual Mira to rnjlp lham grow up uurdy and fit Martnif* H dtlkloua in dnhoi, toupi. lavoiiritt — and iandwKh. Cooka lik* rtarmHo alio bcaui a |ar laiu imh a long tuna. MARMITE VITAMIN FAMILY B FOOD FITNESS FOR LOWERED VITALITY! TAKE TOJXMi 1 WINE '• It Slimululcs UM Ni'ivrs, tntiofaaj the blood and builds up new reserves of s1r<-ni;tb which is lacking when you are feeling below p:n 5/1. and 10 KNIGHTS LTD. All Branches WHAT A Hffl ASSORTMENT OF l.l'OiHillN? r"orlh< fiimiJy OCTOOW S11AI' Par Cake s SAI.ISHUHY CORMtO ktUITOM per Tin WALLS 0XFOBD BAUSAOU .... CAMI'IIH.I.S l-OKK I BIAM • •• .SWIfTS VIENNA SAI.SAUKS MORTONS col) ROB .. SOUTH AFRICAN ROCK I.OHSTKll .. .. AYLMERS SUCCOTASH .. .. LYNN VALLEY OOLDBI CORN AYLMKI'S TOMATO lOtC* Lars* AYLMEBS TOMATO II II 1. Small AYLMERS FHUIT SALAD P" Tin g all. BUTTER CONCENTRATE .. MB • <"> %  • DANISH HAM SAUSAGE -'• CIUVKIIS MASHED POTATO POWDER ..per .. HEINZ CHILI SAUCE PH UolUc DANISH SALAMI SAUSAGE p,T m 1 COCKADE FINK RIM Stansfeld Sr.nii H Co, Lid.



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fM.l SIX CLASSIFIED ADS. ""*" BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIILRsDAV. JULY JL 1952 SALES III MMMM I IMIMI' T(irMONI rso. REAL ESTATE IN MKMOKIAM MM\ . Til, M %  ti HAMKO HELP i OK SALE AUTOMOTIVE %  c rjn-D OVEHBEEH Plantation. Si Andrti Manager n v**n otBrr ajisarMfiaa -'"n* qualification, an,, 1 um No night dub*. i %  -.,.' wn : aT r N AIJ. THAT MESSUAGE AT TUOOR STHTBT and the land on which it ete**** built of .tune and covered wtUi Galvanlaa al ptce—>1 rer t*o out a* t* •hopa prodigting aa Imir ol !M 4*41**. l-f annum Suitable for a bond with enough land to erect IIMVC building. >iapacli"n an. day en ^pltrpli-n "* i*t up Competition at -nVe VICTuf'IA STHfcKT IIIIIMl ,AUUl'*"I ^M7 It A NT II KM MeKENZIE I SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay i C, Jaham, W Joknaan, D H TMniwr. FUmn-*> Dh*al-hillip. J. Rc-liMM. D. Mad Mam-all T M,,*o. R • ran. Trial*.* '; HaJM %  D M.I.,., ... %  ? in*on. C. Mariai R Thorn %  raSega IBM r kft*****g N la. a Hutch V Mar lam ..__... .. „_^__ . Oiddard. M rnlna J Clarke T Hull Mm %  dd, V l**i.. N Lewi. Padtai i >a ton* bl* i>nr Cochin. DaCoata 31 T 5S—an. SWIJCBMAX Salesman and General Ap*>ly — Cecil L Btr.ker A C Sajeet. Bridget....!, •X MISCELLANEOUS CAK iftM Rik Hittman Kino, lie** lad I a. Rotdnaon. Cardan louae, St George. Dial IBM. SI T SS-*. T 99 In .ON i| > Medicine II graduated preferred good pr Knigr-.w i.td 1 M ft*? fO POCKET MONEY i KXDirrusioN i attDeFFUSION off-., |i M ca.h I *h new Suber-rlber reco.nrnenile.1 7au. II M- SlriTI.tMX.NT YOUR INCOME b% recommend INK REDlm'SlOH. OMdiB full pertleul.ri from the KEptrTUBtON "•Be* I JM-f. TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS • nom Rediiruiion for re IIOH. In one calendar month MID I rAaO %  I Quantititol clean paaiallv RADO* riiii plica* an applicatki ii'i.-l", %  PKIINO* AI. |n %  puMtr arc n Kivirif credit to Vaiigh.n (nee Patr. %  rur.elt reapoii.iblr rlr r..,i trading dnj name unleix h ., be nWNOIMIMIMS CARS ON MtRR—Friend, public tn know that yoi brand new .ell-driven car* F<*Uatir Di.l 3TIJ EARN RIO KONBY by aaHinc lirdu Mori In your npnta lint CJ.t tf formi today. nil o LOST A IOI\l LOST Cna II T t 1 U'KCT tui Buai inf. >fli (XJ>> .. i rA Flndar „l.", Nur-r T aaundarr. Dial aadd .11 7 il FOR HEIST HOUSES A-1 UN AND NOW I NATlllALI/AflOV %  rihi •*** %  "i-t MANS iJUMNNYM-Plr M.n.,..1 ; -ppl\ ma iu | yrnoi tor nnturalifailon. and Inat *raritl l*iieU ,i 30 T U In AUCTION SALE DAIRY coys REX DAIRY FARM IIOTIIIKU II IMM, . MlehaaJ IO.IIAY a AUCTIONEERS Jad.M.Bl.4.. a> cat. l'llour 4640 PlanUllom Building. CAK-Dodge Buper-d* Una iX-aH' Will >ll (or rath, ben edtar. bought unallar car. PlrM data order, owr*r drlvrn. Dial OH. HI M-t In CAR Furd V.| Super DeLua* X-7M nil >ell at bargain price, enqulrtea to I D Slewart. Dial 3SU 71 7.BJ-*i I '-TOXVOJt ftlaa* Nock. St Mlahaal d daiRabli buncatovtypc D"! mi. hduae. • tending on 3 rood* 30 perchn if land, end ran tuning open imarMr-tllrd • rrandah lo North and Ea*L dri -nd dining roonu. 1 badrooaa* %  lining water), and uiual convenience, all on and San. aatd, on ground lent. rfMraSgejJ Kilebrn be—hrtat re— *raab> I'-om. atere -iid Governmenl Water inaiailed Garage fee two ran. arrvant* rooar-a. rued houaa. Soe.'*r garden, lawn, and orchard. M apacteua yard. The bewee and outbulldtnfa have Juil i*.fi repaired and palntrd throughout. Inep-ction any day (except Sunday liom^M a in lo 4 r>-n. en appi on A watao*. r 1 C, %  n*. *choon*. Tempfo. V Le Fra.ice. W Smith •* fa* P Fu-tcr. K Fortar. E Hold. 1 %  /•< %  %  '.t I%  • '' M.D..' '" l: %  %  • H K...I-. A • n I Nathan fl Nathan F <>.-. Paddock, n r*. St Savoon. P. Hchael J %  agen I) Wallace Sti F. !" i Aruba M V. Maaeieh. J Met. ah G Mahal. M Ua>liria.man. MV. Gloria M.ii. —U. X. Haaaell. U, H. lrlcl1>, O-r srt —"•' Rowwenr. M bat. Cep* ~ %  rtUab QHHM. Aimi,; Stnounri tl*m ," *ai'l. II.IH ion.. Cap* Perre. from TrlnMad Agmu Me*ar> H M Jonaa C llr| % %  PARTICM MV CUre b.r Trinidad; "I •> Schle lor TnnkaM and S.R Rraril I TRUCY Chevrolet truck, no e br offer refuaed A Barnea %  Co id 31.BS—4.1.1 TREVOR" The above properUe* will be aef tip (r aal* fev Public Competition at our Office, Jamea Sueet. IHldg*tou. on Friday, let Auguit at 1 Mi YFARWOOD A BOYCE. . gHan 11.7 ts7n Seauwll la i*s, n Rider. I) II *on. I rriliaen. H VllUfaiu K G...-I-. man. L HoberU. C Seolt. V Kcu-nd. J Reevnde. P Reiende M fei-i.1. V Oill. U Gill. 5 GUI. y Oeneaa, Alrj, Id>we. J Oirrfc* |( >n. E Blrae, A. Sparey. I Kong. V. Durant. J ~ Miner. H rjareraea ... WUkye Cheetaa, i. Jotaru C. Parr.vlclnn. | Miner. J. Miner ..,,_. Thoinaa. E. Beu. G WrJkei Fa* Veaeiaela: FURNITURE AUCTION ITItNITirRf; Maatei Eugene Van Middle, worth ARRIVAL* Bl RWIA 1*?*'." J £" DeU *r n Ml M r ". M1 ara.is.-ajssr-a.ss est t r^."^„ ^.rssSr a. Tssrzs ssss. sS^SiaSrS-aa? „ AysrJs&tst K= h ss;.5= Er^sc sz Herbert AareuaB. 0|ftdyt Spin, u< „,„„ -T* ,,; ir p „, complala with i Flirnnura Fill parTU-nJI 7 ta-ln LIVE*TUCK Ti in-day al I p in H'dtoerwl Tui Id b* aurtlo.i n at !'• %  Dairy l.nn. ing. II head! of Dair> pedlgrr-r llol-t.li Hull 31 t M—Ii. LIVESTOCK I the Hi. ceapectKi M.mah Str*M, at POULTRY PIGEONS—A few ix e-llvrr A Whl MKCIIANICAI. AROARET GROVE ui whrreon tha na %  belonging containing by a-inieaeurewieni > rood! a 7/10 parchaa ; ritual* at Bank IIal> Croaa Rnad. Salnl Michael. Tlie nouae I* a -lonewail building end the land I* good arable land For Inepectlon apply on the p-emlae. I.I the owneia Corporal T F Danner .l 1-S CO.. Solicit or.. 1*1/IIS Roebuck Slml Telephone 3faIS. Ml U 7n T* I* phot 31 7 B3—1> I'lHi.n xirniis I NOTICE Lo Cu.toniera and the genera. 1 public: Our wboleeal* Bu.inee* will be i loaad for our annual holiday dorr 1 IMS Aogu.l until the Itlh MISCEI.iaANEOUS AITTO ACCESSORIER Including cool %  hlona. tiphntatery realnr. fibre aeat %  •ring, green canvaa. cMome wheel I.*., aleeringwheel cover., iun vlaor. -ood dreaaing. cigarette lighter, it and l volti. revere* limp, iieencr holder.. Men niirrrra tear & Truck), lyr j.n.gea ICar and Trerlu. inaulaling tape. %  i. .i ... in .1 4.-.1 3S7 M-gp %  trie generator lampa (Mil I'.n.iutig kit* Bolullon i %  ale peirei. FlJihlight* rreaa ciiaik a lb tm.i. imn.pa. rim tapea, T)M_ etc. Courteiy Garage. Dial 43SI. SS.1.R urludllii! eleccr a. lmpeKi. ipeclal wlraleind batleela., Brake block. and tul*. "THE A. from ne ; lardian %  wii Noncfc ardaj will be lit HtaNUE, .Old I a* a reault. the price tnntead ol IBc The bafBf**. however. ...hi 31 7 53—li NOTICE IS MKItKHY GIVEN thai It I. Ov in>n of the Vetry of the parl'li thla I.land to rai.Ki lot %  iI'iiiK 1 gtalu I aaid Sa>nt %  .; %  i il'K SATIN J attain) ov il Ulna and Dark Green 38 Ida uaually MM >ard redured .illll-Al-ANl M Swan Street 31 1 Maralml i Kin. 10 Rl 11 In i-nablo I lie ..1,1 i ..ml B*Uiand lalrtn*. al It. Simon. Di.tcd thu 38th day of July, 1*1 CARRINOTON A HEALY Hollcitara fae the Ve*m of St Andrew %  l %  la GLL'E KETTIJ-S -A Glue Kelllc that I it.-hi that von dont rpirlla* iu IN enaa In your kit and how efficient. mint. i<> Irak and unbreakable line II ill Harrteon 31 1 lifiPOHDR-Clearing all Mock, of 7 i.I'M l...ord. at 3 for tl.MJ al Da CiqU a> Co Lid llactriral Department 33 1.H~n NOTICE All mala clUaana of tha United Stataa liatwaen th* agea of IS and M reHduag In Barbadoa are requeued lo call th* American Conaulate from July I 31, leM for a*4actlve Service Rcgi.lraf.un inter tha UnlveiMl MlUUry TralnUSi %  .-.%  !.-" Aet. AU mala clUaena of the United State. CHANCERY SALE %  % %  : %  . %  n 1J noon and I p i i aold. il anil b* aet Ihe earn* hour* unll The R eg 1 •(ration OfRce, SAM UMM The under man tinned prapatty will Public Ihiltdir.r. Hildgat..-.. the dale .pacified below If Friday at the ..me place and during CLABENCF. SAMUJB. KWO -Plaintiff -nil NATHANIEL PILGRIM Defendant FWrlTI.Y ALL THAT certain piece or paiccl of land altuala at Y.wood-. Gap off Blirck -%. k "m the p_^.h of *L.n?M "ru£i%,J I.land aforeaald .-onulnirgi by admea>ur*rn*n| one rood twenty u-^te-5T3 la"2rrS A *"" n " >•' >* L Da-tlkf. no land* of one Arthur decwaacri. on lanrli ol ..I 1. Cadngan and on Public KuM or howc.ci ei-e the .„,.,, m „ abut and bound and SETOWTyLY Al-L THAt 'certain p.c* or parcel ... Una .lluate at Htitbitm Rcaid V %  „,. Ml.h,,: IIHI laland % %  ( Barbadna afueeuMt containing bv adraaaaaueap; enl mdtng w Pflh. perch.>a or IhrreabouU AbuUmg and I i-nrta i w H Leach on land* of Blanch Oitten* on nuiketl mi land* of Martha Bowi. however elae the aammay abut and %  uaaiuagw ur dwelllnghouac and all ami Public Road or bound Together with the ingular other in* liuildlng* H WILLIAMS. Ketl.tr.rIn -Cham-n' July. 1B03. 31 7 S3TAKE NOTICE U A That THE GUIA.VA MATtll IACTOHY LIMITED l ,""" nj 1 "' -' %  i... '!-Tt". < *^?M ?V' *Z'\!' n "' %  % %  •"" -PP<" 'or Ihe reglit aaaa* n „ ^" A /'' Regiiler in reapect at maiche*. and -III be oarUUad t.. ._! "•• %  %  ne after one month Iram the 3l.t da\ of Jul>. 1.M. unieaa ^.ine H-SIIT" '" l '"tlioa n^null.* in duplM-te In me at my ofTlce Of grpiMlllcm <>( .uch regUlRr-— %  i% office Dated ihli aird dav of %  -1.ppgg itlM law Regni II TAKE NOTICE tSa of la smsCRIRE now to the Dally ''Iriraph. EiiKlinn'. leading Dally New.ipai now arriving In Barbados brr Air %  l> a few daya after publication In mdon. Contact Ian Oale. C/a. Aden. I* Co. Ltd Local Representative -t. 311". tta.33—t fi July 31, Itn, ara required regtetar upon th* day tbey attain the Igtilaanth annlver.ary of (he day of ihalr birth. %  Her For furthi 1 Informatii aaulata. Eld*Town, Bar i il id. day* thatritult (he KGDL I CICARFrTES H Srwarw. K HurvMUe. L Chaae. C lt.dmaiM St. John. S Davi**. X C.-wer. M Ooper. P. Mai .hall. L Braoiwait* A aV^iurfo.d. Clarke. E B..n r > ""[KllT H. Haywood, M Bn.tol D Wile., r Clalrrnonte P. Walker D Jccmaon. Be\d A Arm.lri.na-. C Arn • iron*. H Axindell. F Olti.i %  st Hoe* Mr. dement Bourne. Mr Ed vard Elliott. Mr J.hn Do* Samoa. Mia. I tner Reach Pre.alhomnaL :-nBMraii ; June 3*ui. aa-d j aaai JaJy safe, awt**a*| at Barbadoa about Augwat **fe. In addition to general cargo thla Taaael >-* ample apac* (or chiliad aad hard rrueaat efanfa. Caraja acoaptaa an throuxh BBU pi l-dina for traiiahlpmant at Ttlnldad lo ;;.iti.h Guiana, ta n wa jd aad *TB>iaiai*T %  aaaaaaV Fat furthat paauoauan apply— i uNr.i *nit m CO„ LT, Tlie kl V ..Ml! KCept L'^rg* and Paa.—uye' *•• >OBU*Mca, Antigua. MoaaainM, vevia and St Kltu Balling Phureda> 3Ut m-t Tha M/V 'M UN EX A %  ••ft carajo -id P aaaaagi Ai i gut. Maul %  ill HE, Cheque! tud Dr.lt. Cable Currancy ()yf/re//(' 'PL TAKE NOTICE IT! p) H. en* Curtia. America popm.ir hair Cwmellc — ]u*t a fee adit glortnua radiance to YOU K l Ltd 30 7,a3—3n Atnerh-an Toy. which InDDCtai .iid Nuiee Kit.. Beach Pl**Dla. (Miinem* CaiJcepe ll.tou. Dippy Duck, and aevornl WEDDtNO GUTA %  d No-cord Iron art! aub)ect to apecial -ddlng-glfl allowan '".. Ltd 3 1 M— t f n TAKE NOTICE ZENITH uli. I 1.1. of I >i .-. s/aai %  ". 'Ii of Ctilcagn. Count, ol l-iitcl Slate, of Aninlc.i. tt upplied for the regtatratlon of a i.ile mark in Part "A" of ft.ii.1e. In |>ect of .lei-tin.il Inuring r Ida and I n DC, iintl will be entitled to >fl IW Brth fr. -in M 3i*t dav of July. lfM. iinleea aome "im hall in ihe nwaniline glv* notice I •l-.i|ilH-,ite In me at mv office rrf oppoH Itegi.tr.i II .ippllC.it Hill . %  of July, 1H1 Wn.LIAMS. %  T1...I. Maik. :..n.TAKE NOTICE BAR FOOD ,i KMtltMKM PRODUCTS UMITED. rpi .urd mul ie.gletri.il i Btrbadoa M.iiiuf.-ictureni. a hOae li jil..Idreaa I. In rare of Fiti rahaifl A CO., Itirclaya nonli t Itridgetown. ha.( a trail.i in leapect -i ... uaed a. i %  .! wUI %  • %  i. ... (.-• .... | | % %  ..tl. liiiiii the 1IM da> ol Jill. ag mile--' Mime paeaon ahall in Ihe • %  mitu-e In dupln-it. i" BM .1 .H>|H~iti<>n of >uih regi-nude mark can be aaen on ly, 19ui ii wn : l> i Dated IM %  I Jl. PilllAi-CO CORIf organiaea under Ihe law of Ihe Unit Ireland. Tobacco M.nul.i. tuiei > win 'I Houa*. 1. Mlilbank. I^nndon. SW. a trad* mark in Part "A" ol It.gutei will be entitled to reglatei Ihe .ame J lMl_.nl**. tome peieon .hall In ihe T, uch reguiratl fftt a applied imh from auon offic. f July IBM ihi. 33rd dar <•( July, IRH H WIUJAMs Pegkatra: of Trade Mark.. TAKE NOTICE CHAMPION Thai THE, STUDEBAKEK CHRIXWATION, .i corporation Of**! exlaung under Ihe law. of the State ol Delaware. United St.ile. ..f Acneit... r/.^iiufacturer.. whnae trade or biiMnc ondreaa % %  fOft Roulh Main Street. South Bend. Slate ol Indiana, U.S A n.i> applied lor tha I ir.arfc In J-arl "A' of automobile*. the :il.t cuof Julv IBU ShkM -can* perwm .hall In the meantime ff* nod.. in duplicate to nie at my office m appa ..i... ol Mgh i,,.u .i .-<: The Uad* mark c-n be iren an applkallon in m irRce Dated ihi. 33rd dav of July. Ift? II WILLIAMS R*gl.|r.ii ol TIJ.II' M.nk 31.7 S-3n i . md win be entitle II: Will be luguat. •rahlp Saturday, Snd %  %  %  Ir. %  o.bl. .t any tlrat ir snona urad* School %  taaag parent* mu.t "'-' %  %  %  aa han • %  • t'.r*taM*> imed Court, muat be. not I. han 10 year* olo and rara on l-t AppliiaUoni muat b. %  %  ••• .. Hutu t ideate under 14 Bap OSBOUHNF si v M : si *,, /.V/,V/,',V,V-V/,V,V,v// S Thundering Valuer § GOOD USED FUHMITHF ... r. 113. Liquor Ca*e< with lock. HW. Metal hehov". ;>. Round OiK Ihnin; Tab].or more IB VI,. Ml a fO PI.I i %  ...Ml IB. Old World %  .tod 110. Enamelled l-dwacr M. Smah %  -. r. and Coi I-., R-lled. O.h Chan. Chair* Da noimd n Varui.hed W Table* Work Baekel PIANOS. Portable Gramophone* a I vpcwritrt S3BO. Bi n.M laUUM Bl-V VIIW UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF TBF WEST INDIES EXTRA MURAL DEPARTMENT A LECTURE — ON — RECENT WEST INDIAN NOVELS — BY — PROFESSOR A. K. CROSTON IN THE IIAKKISON COLLEGE LIBRARY — ON — KRIDAY. AUGUST 1ST AT s mi P.M. ADMISSION .... |/_ ~ .... .. | ....... A^atf*? %  %  1 CENT* PER POUND f ## T .1 i• omm WOH THB POP! I. I MOV JOHN N. rillKIKA. Rickelt Streel (Easl of the Post Office), announces the arrival of 1.000 baskets of Medium WhileSkin I'ulutoes ox S S. "SCHIE" at $5.50 per basket of 55 lbs. JOII.X V. 1KHEMH\ lIHISSION MERCHANT) Rickett Street : L S. WiLSON | $ SPRY BT4IET RIAL **• g It ;WWV, V ,V,V,y//^J \ t SSa i a cS SSStS MM SS al M a^f^-r-----. I NEW TOM SEBVICE. 1 ? ,'?,f.* P OA _*V*" MlU "" AiSu.t arrive. Barbadoa 3*tli August S ALCOA PLANTER.all* Mh Beptpmber -..ni.e. Barbado. 17th September NEW OILCANS A STEAMER gaflg I7lh July — aim A BTKAMBR .ath 31tt July urit ITrEAMBR Mil* lath Augurt am. STEAMER Mlla ttth Aiiguil ami srEAMXH u nth S e par t waaa — artfv • llarbado* 3rd AuauU Barbadoa Itith Barbaajoa %  Barbadoa 30th Auguit %  Bnrbad'13th September Barbadoa 37th September CANADIAN SfcEVRI SOI'TN BOUND restores digestion %  |>i>l'hrinft quick felieifof indipesliaa disv.riif.fi. brj r w Ml w l lrim SKBSM vtunuK'h livid, fjfkan lire OHM of aficirn*Ml( dltuaai tin. IIICJ-UICIIIIOH: • "llllv icaClW>t///li>i.'inliaRKd Mill'.KV. of the ommh wiih ilv gxnlk. wolhing acnoo. %  '. "' % %  Ii r .i, I %  IndlKcvliun lll.p.|r.lil M. vri'iini llatulcnrc Gaetric % acldt(.,etc. ^ IS CARtOMI Of II MIA3URI0 DC:.:'. ARGOalEC TYRA" A to TEAM Ell %  STEAMFK tla-lraal Ml.I MM HaUtal July is Jtuy as AuguM 1 Julys* .!... Auguit 11 A.igU.t II Augu.l 16 Augu-t Augu.l SB September 1 "pl ir. NORTBBOUND A STEAMER Dua Barbado*. Auguit KOBEKT THOM LTD.— KEW YORK OVLW 8EAVICK Aply:— DA COSTA A 00LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITE!) KINODOM Vrsarl S S. 'SCHQL-AR 1 S.S. "CROFTER S.S. "SPECIAUST" S.S. "TROJAN STAR' Prom London and Mybroufh i London Glasgow and la/pool Liverpool Leave* Due Bar bade 26th July 10th A;I.T 2nd Aug. 15th Aug. 2nd Aug. 16th Aug. 2nd Aug. 15th Aug. DOLLAR OF DECCA RECORDS BINC CROSBY Down by the Hivt-i When the bloom is on the mm It's a lonely trail I'm falling in live with someone Gypsy love song l-mlr Sir Echo Poor old Rover Going my way Su. inking on a star Aren t you glad you're you In the land of beginning again Welcome jo my dream Il's anybody's spring IVlMlllallity Would You. Soon I wished on the moon Two for to-night Empty Saddles Round-up Lullaby Juot one v/urd] of consolation Dear old gal Sweet Leilani Blue Hawaii Dancing under the Stars Palace in Paradise Speak lo me of love Thai big base viol Ixioping ihe loop My inspiration BRADSHAW a CO. %  OUIAU roa rat CNrm> UNODOM S.S. "CRISPIN" S S "FORESTF.II .. London .. Liverpool Clow in Barhtd.i-. 31*t July 1st AUK. For further Information apply to DA COSTA A CO. LTD.—Agaatl WE HAVE — — HEM HOOFING I'AIVI al S I...0 per (.allon THE VEXTRAM. EMPORIUM One Bread and Tudor su. AT LAST! A HYCIEMC STOPPER YOVR FLASK FOR THK SEAL-A-VAC WILL NOI "POP OUT" CANNOT l.KAK DISMANTLES. QUICKLY FO. EAST CLEANTNO FITS ANY l.PINT FLASK HIGHEST THEIHAL EFFICIENCY FOR HOT AND COLD LIQUIDS :i7e. EACH. GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES RICKETY STRUT (Orpotfte PMt (iriic.l PHONE WII Am* MODERN HEAVY DUTY MASSEY HARRIS GRASS HAIU ESTl.M. EQEiPMEXr GRASS LOADER SIDE DELIVERY RAKE tl 1## lltii; FROM STOCK. Secure Your Requirements Now COURTESY GARAGE (Robert Thorn l.in..i..1> •%'hilepnrk Hd. — Dial 1616



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THURSDAY. JLU II. Un BARBADOS WINOI.WI HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON \,c3 CAUTION MEN WOAKINtt1 li — m— J3 1 S ^afck* ip <^^^> FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES THE PI HI I l H.-I\ how ton feel when ur aerret an out of ertfer Thal-s whm ..... need • NUTROPHOS A BOtCasssV irrp.r*tiort for the lic'MhMit of all nrrvr UN. ^


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For ih* MUM uu< lack, iNtium 0b>jt IM ran (h.| „.l rMUUiu. For ike fulur. In a* < Alt* PU*>n* rtrW. T 4 p T, Wt*r %  olo Ao.uiu C1... e SB p m ESTABLISHED 1895 Tiirx v :n io:2 PRICE : FIVE CENTS WEATHER REPORT VMTB-IWY • il fc"i-l TV.ipaiiiuri MS *F Kind Vtlnc'tr 1 MM* par houi Jul* '•> p*n Governor Challenges B'dos On Family Life Lady Savage Opens St. George Social Centre YOU HAVE PUT BARBADOS on the map in so many ways; you have led the Caribbean in sugar production, in education and health services. Surciy you can give a lead to the Caribbean in the development of family and community life. His Excellency the Governor told an audience at the opening of the St. George Social Centre v. afternoon. He made those remarks after saying thai lie was told—on good authority—that the development of the community centres and community life in Jamaica was fai ahead of that in Barbados. The building was officially opened by Lady Son St. Q so r sa V l Social Centre. which is situated at Ellertoi. standon a prominent site overlooking nearly the whak of St. Grorge. The outside is d. com ted in more than a shade whi'e tinInterior is a combination of green and pale I with %  tOUdl Of rut h<-iv and then The verandah, on the south eside, extends the full length f the building, thereby providing an imposing view to cricket and football enthusiasts. This C rdrs bat two latrine* and a canteen. It can accommodate jver 200 people. It was t k atg W d Outlining the Governments Ec~ oy Mr. Bruce Moulder and built nomy Programme In which ho by Mr. G. A. Fit7gerald. |salfJ Britain will switch some in1 For the optning ceremony, the dustries from nan. interior was decorated with vases port goods production. Churchill' of Anthurium and Lotus of the told the Commons. "We must t of the ceaseless techBritain Will Concentrate On Atom Arms LONDON. July 30 Prime Minister Winston Churchill indicated on Wednesday lha: Britain will concentrate 01 age weapons in a st lean ill tied omy re-armament programme. Airforcp Explains "Saucers' OEOROE SOCIAL CENTRE, in a prominent *lte, overlm king i uated at Ellcitoii. was of ytcril*y sftenu) irly the whole of the part*!. 1* can accommodaU' over Jut! by Lady Ssvtge. The Centn Nile i -. I. ncl to the enjoyment **ke on the character and course of any •fuiure struggle, and these processes of change continue and even accelerate with the remorseless march of trie science of human of everyone, the Po'dcc Band, conn| cal domtlopmonl which has reducted by Capt. C. E. Raison suited in some weapons becoming played some lively tunes as the antiquated and the advance of type* afternoon wore on. i* Krcutly unproved ceiuraclex His Excellency and Lady Sa 1 mada tmmoni. strides in its poiol the Playing Fields CommiU-e ley of atomic weapons, and in the and of the St George Vestry. range and accuracy of their delivi-ady savage otlicially opened Wo ery." tnd added: "Remarkable building I progress has been made in our Mr. W. A. Yearwood. Chuicnown development of guided miswarden, said that it was his priv.-'siles or rockets." japs ana pleasure M < bairn m ol TIM Govern! enl got a dortues the St. George'^ Social Centre, strength without firm eco00* Of the Member* of ihe ComnorniC foundations, and that the ..ppointed by your urcd— ea m m <'' programme must be .-omm%nV1 ^/'^ V"* ***** *£ %  ftnmeni thai playing iieiris ^ n (^^1^ ; i br £ TJTSSSiSi B^SKC SSly^J JSFSZXJ??, M,^r/f ,K o ay ,? ,r '^ c del( ncc production in a way SZFZi&SSf f ( nmm 1,, r aI U,C whlch "UTUmil th W demand, on %  uaUMd that bat ftam>< the engmeennc lltduitn and in such as cricket, croquei. football, coming years set free ;i vaniabla and athletics be orgmised on the part of It our civil Bl Id. lexpp'ts."—l!.P. "In the building, indoor gain* i ibl Graft Bled Farouk's Army While No One May Quit Egypt Settlement Unlikely WASHINGTON. July 30. Secretary of State Dean Acheson told a press confcreiur on Wednesday that recent developments in Ir.iii did BOt plva him any encouragement about a early settlement of the oil dispute. Acheson also said that the Iranian Government has made no request for the withdrawal h;.mmed Azmi moved to rehe Government case against Egyptians with the Mttllng of supplies to the army dunn thi war. Heel i %  led thv inquir} ,. i Oenara i. . i;. .. %  %  en ii < Irmip Com domiti 1 tcnntn. draughts be play '. projecl %  On Pace 5 Rock Snggeerl New 'lrriording For Truco D'm-uiii^nt MUN3AN. Korea. July 30. Communists to-day suggested a possibly significant change in th wording of the proposed Korean armistice document, now under study by both sides. It dealt with the paragraph relating to war prisoners. The Issue of prisoner exchange has blocked the true? for months. The Reds proposed chsnging the term "captured personnel to "prisoner of war." Col. Duncan S. Somemlle. UN. Command stall < >nii ei. --..ni he had askod the Reds for a clarification during recent secret trud; William K. Harrison, Senior U.N. Armistice Dele gate, told I he Reds that the trim personnel" meant ail persons in cvei (hoi opposing repatriation. "War prisoners'^ he i'dded, were all those persons who were to be repatriated — U.S. Taking Over Hahamtt*' Gidiled HtHsile li'isi' NASSAU, July 29 i .nsolidated Construction Company, will be handing over the Guided Mlsslla Baas >i the Grand Bahamas to reia . .... ..' 1 mil tht^.t Te*l Mm.l .^' H< nT "" ,r f rf F l.'.Td fm I %  . • until hewn •duied f.i Januao i... IB, i "-V* 0, ,* ?. 1 ... 7hr In,: at B.20 p.m. 00 :i mfl pi . & 28. Tin I 3. 4 & 5 The vtattori riU opt dlana when p mro-day i m %  match afalnal Brl lake place on Wbruary 11 14 1 16. The Third rest I uled for Fcumary ll> 20, 11, ^3. WASHINGTON, Julv 30. Secretary of Slate I>ean Acheson said <>n Wednesday thai the 21 a is. concessional cuts in the adminis-, ThihIratmn's foreign aid programme will slow up or extend the limit nf lime (or Western Defence pro duction. Just before it adjourned "BUM die" congress cut the foreign aul programme from $7,900,0O0.O0O to about 46,000.000,000. Acheson told the press conference that, broadly speaking, the cut *>ii have ti" 1 affect of %  towtnl up or stretching out defence production in the West | North Atlantic Treaty Powers were budding a dsaaBM IBM against Communist aggrei>sion. Acheson Indicated that this was one of the big reasons why the IV:! M S'..;..'..I. unable lo ai>! roach the fulfillment of raojuaitl y France for large American milatraesi that would be placed in that country. The gap between the French snd American ability to meet II %  landat BbOUl 300.OflO.OOU — I'.P. AUIIU.S. SIO'S f^^K 'IRANIAN CAPITAL The) blamed '.' %  C %  11 . lual Inqulm .... %  ; .| Of Whirl -1 that a %  the (O'TI.i I propertv. hac i I 11 nd i" \ h i i p %  • turn i" Trlnli I i lliitish Ou Trinidad Baal b dun on Bn luory 2a and Usrch I The Fourth Test will le pi Trinidad on Man b :i i i | a . The Jar ;. |1] ipp o ihe visitors on March I ic & 17. The Fifth snd I'm I Test will be played in Jamaica on March IB, 20. 21, 23, 24. a 25. II.. I : I the i %  %  any ol the playsH likely to make the trip but Uw *Te • 1 Board of Contra made rleor thai the) BXpecl U best side" I Wl l Indies. i b*-en reI i, „ „ until M.i ana in Goorgen. \ prohlbll ed anyone leaving Egyj t wlthoul Intel tor Mlntsti. permij .ifui .. Durobei of close friends of ousted King Farouk itn.l N CrOH Informed sources said in one ease two former associali rnrouk left Cairo h air but thei aircraft wai ordered back 15 mm..'.'..ii i jiiii Ihi an II ,ii resti -I —rr VASHDfC : N July 30 it waves, i piica i sad radar Itlaadona as m plausible explai...; Burry of "flylns saucers. H Intel" he notion %  ..' th.,i (ail frum oil.. %  %  • %  %  United sha| new : i i' i i r 0*Dwyt*r Denounces Presroll: Injures Insulting Newsman MEXICf). July N Mexico's leading m %  %  i UlUtrarsal on Wednesj day described as a "serious Inoti %  eaa i ntft renct at which the CJnll 0 11 •• \ i nn>fiily denounced Ihe l %  \ Robert Pitsc.it f<-r a ftory arxjut OTJwyi i i lai P m i today that ii4l bsUUMN Ainenrm Depart. nf 'lie > under the he;u SOlOlItS ATTEMPT TO OUffU one of the many .-'lous disturbances that have broken out in Teheran, Iran, i resignation of former Premier Ahmad Ohavam, who escaped the country as his life was threatened. Moos of 20.000 and more, wbir,d up by Communist and Nationalist propaganda, have been voicing anu-AntricaD scntimtnU. A U> jtt.-er v-.is beaten and an economic aid office stonsd, t/nternstional/ %  thinking of nationalslag a Mexican.". • 1 • which In English %  %  %  i P r the truvnaajer of II %  | Th** ne.-pa|>er added foreign correspu%  i geassMT . %  noting In Its M i %  %  i In a stf.' %  I'rescott'i In%  %  %  —r.r. I UM" IN. July 3(1 tntatlon at the n %  i %  % %  on* faith prime 0 .' %  %  < i i %  v.lnch is to Inai Sconomlc IsSUSa Will probably Ie ince ith the preceaenl •eX at the IBKI Comnionwealth %  % %  n i %  %  ui Januai) Mellon. Secretary UMcolonlai will M pre sent the eotonlal territories at • iifull lea ri o n s ol bos eeedsvanea be ittended t>y Prime lie will l)e nsststed and .one aaperta mm %  will I territories nwel i in the coufei enee though these will | I %  %  Inns. it !•thought llkel, ilu.i ii lomI i. I < ohm ml experta will neef dally to hem i.yttrium's review of 'he previous da i repara %  brid lor the K. i l •i.'ony will Uusrefore haw :ii mutter* UOdSf review though nei will not be directly repsetented. it is not yi known vrhi I tlVe "f tl(nil. Hiewill %  i U) InS nieeling irf ofll•ijls which will shortly start work % %  Mi of Hie iigendj I.,I 'lie Ceo Mn I let ('..I.(el'U.N. Blast Red War Factory TOKYO. ,h i Mipci torts bliislecl .-. .i f.i. t i only foui miles I: %  hrlks against line full wings nf (he Far End [Ah rorea Bombei i than 'loo ions ii Mat i" ental Light Metals Con ri) log hlsh over a R in three meet witB C\ mmunl %  %  o Aniung In %  ,-IK devieei truck at n i iln %  %  %  i clruetuHi Thi i .[ore II p m. OIK ll Oltll 3 10 .1 II. I %  %  an annual iRD i if aluminium t r All K& forces In Europe Mow Under Ritlgicny I'AltlS. July 30. All Amcricjii .oldiei 'ii-1 .uin.er, .. i -1 were brought under the personal command of General Mattnew ltlu^w-y. NATO. Supremo %  'ommander on Wednesday. Kulgway announced o sweeping rsorganliatlon >4 us troop comntenduuj from across Europe to Tut key. He snid that effective Thursday, he also will assume command of all U.3. f rces, with former American Coinmandar in Eunix-. flsnaral Thomas Handy. arUng as his depui I general ssld the new i will give hun broad OWSI I tO I tie.imhne mil CUl l"*-' ts of the defence of ihe Went. i' Allied headquniters said MM uuMjn 00 the order. %  i I S Joint Chiefs of Staff. explained that the log of American Iroops rsansli in Banrnpe will not .I'M U.S farmalionj assigned I rstlonalb u. N.ATO romT'DAD OPENS DOOR TO W.I. NURSES PORT OP-SPAIPf July 3.) Trtnlds I ..,,i j, .s la dior to nurses from %  itrlt.sh GuUna. Jama %  v. %  %  l i • %  I it im her-. Mr C|| %  I is hare. I making provision to all w foi tne I registralli n • Ah i n .. %  %  implored n to..' uiej work at %  ll %  %  i i I iium at Chacacachacap %  % %  %  ^i l :[Wppm Aew Administrator Presides Orer Legislature IK>MINICA, July 30. The new Adminiitralor, H. I-. LindO i a Oldsd over th< : mrt of ihe legislature yesterday. A Mill to enlarge the Police Eor.e and erSBtfl Pel | RjfTB v. %  i.. .. n, .|i.r.lv vote. A resolution d> mantling immediate payment of eomi for evkted tenants of Ihs Oovt-riunent-owned OOOdwUl I lab Wti passed unenimou y. the H >< Austin Winston remark the days whtn heads Of Oovarn* %  need departiBenti i %  Miv. Eugenia CharlBa, Han ler was Ihe new aORllnafa bet for Mrs. Elma Napier who iv ... long leave. Hon. Austin Winston > elted to ii : ony al the Federation Con! f IIO\. M\Hit}SHOW WILL STAXT Di8CU88tO> AT MTKS3 t'U'H Mon. T, A lajuryihow, ILL.C His will be the guest pSSkse at the Press Club tomorrow night at 8 o'clock In the regular rnontl on matters of public Inti Hon. Marrynhow will lend off the discussion V I." welcome to the discussion.



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P M.I BARBADOS \i>*"i ui nil BSDAY, HILT M. Utt Ccudb Cailinxj. H IS K\ %  g* Social %  I H 111 F I kti a H AdM A ...,ti. MT.r.. Mr. F'fd Coddurrl. M.C.P.. Dr H. C, Cummins. M.C.P Mr. M. ft ( >x. Mkw Bettv Artif. Mr. A G. Jor.lnn. Mr. and Mm. C C. U I. C. Moure, Mi and Mnt. H. G. Ycanvond. U M,^DiiPh !" ?M>..fr, Mr. and Mrs Cyril K?if*r. Mi\ Almira Almry. HlM Nellie Pill. htn w Dattta H. Q s Hf.hin*>n, Canon C. C. ConUfft nnd Mm, Conltlte. Hrx. ;.nd Mrs. Co-aman, H. waile, Mr and Mi* W. B. C-irn ion. Mr. Bruce Moulder. Mr and Mr*. G. A Filzgnald. Mr. Mtd Mrs. McKenzie. Mr and I n Herbeil WTkr 1 *. Mrs dc Vkn, Mr and Mrs. E. M. ShilMone, M A. D Ntcholls. Mr and D. A V. Weekes. Mr. Mrs. W F Brathwaile, Mr %  I V** 'I ^B M' af' Majo %  MI The tirograrr prescnled be o\ IJVDY 8AVAOE op*n Hi* R' Qeorg* Social Centra after bolng introd.icrd to membsr* of th Playing Field* Commute* and the Vestry For Trinidad Pott M B. D. S. COZIER, a Barbadian and old Harrisonlan. at (>< % %  Mrs ent Suprrinlendrnt of Police in i'.li Borneo, has been transmd lo Trtnldad at an Aarlstan* Choril Society Stages Success/at (Concert The Barbados Choral Society su:ed its annual concert on Tuesday main ,,t the C'osnber• pacKed %  ltd appmiattve audience, litExwlsancj C rvfBOr, and L.I.IV Savage, accompanied 1 %  m Pfivoic ttary also attandjad, which was •n*enty n*emv usual standard. The Isst of many old favourites which forth round* of upplause frc the audience pcrh.ipworthy n.entioii was (lie Six-Part MoM — -There an Old iu-licf Parry. This m sung >'• mesnoi> of the late President and VloPresident ArclKlcn..n Shanklar.l and Charlie Elder. The Saxophone Quintet |sjd I > Bandsman Prince Cave rendered a group of tunes in the Usual style that' pupils of Captain Ratson would perform them. Mr. Bruce Si. John, baritone, also rendered familiar airs WIMI Caribbean Repreaentalive deep %  < effective lone with w "Toreador's Song From 'CarR G WEBDALE Caribbean men' as the most ouUtandlng. stationed in 1 Don't Want To Get MarThe Toys Took a Train Trip —Thty Went All ine Wmy to Air. LISTENING HOVRS ruSd'-'l h drew B, MAX l K. I l IT wan't aa thoueb Knarf had nnttd it to hapoan. It ) %  • "PK r.d. quita of It. own accord. And th. moal .realm thin, of .11 -•• that ovorrono olw waa aloof"iin him >hn it happened, ao that no nn. roold po-ibly aa. bta> •."" Kn.tf Juat dreamed ll.TI.ey eooMa l ell dream it! Knarf had clhaoed on Uio enirtn. „r in. train that stood in th corner ,.i Iho room. ria-ht und.r th. canary caiia and iho ireranlum plant, rnon rmviled ..eiyone olra to coma on UH train. "All aboard!" h. ahouUd. "All aboard!" Ilanid and Mr. Punch, and i.o%  iil Tin Ih. tin .oldlcr. and Maryrai-rfoll. and Toddy tha ('.car all looaad up. ..board!" Knart ohoutad a Hurry up! Wa'ra loavlnf In iirunsriAv m.\i H M at at I.7.W 1 5 ] I S p m MM**. S St P .m | r, *.'^ TH* Nrwi 10 P %  *> Tfti *. • U p "< T 1 14) pm Sporlina B c >W ,a-'dt % IS It aUatlntrH 1 %  •" %  -• ~ •"— ^. -Ednanal.. S St iKo*-... 0 OS p VarttSJ K,aw SMMT-. I • V ... r*.,..i-i i p aad nasj %  "* %  i % %  s NMrt T**. 10 l* a 1 i %  n mart Wisjgti lh "•In gon." ,n.l I..ill*. How did lhay know it was Africa T Because, when they looked out of the window of the moving tram. there llwy % %  lions and tigers ard gbatfaa. They taw strans:* "s M L Kepresenl.tli Trinidad, of the Criltal Manufarnad" — Spanish Folk Song Mrs. E Thorntoi.. Sgt. and Mr* Superintendent. Innlss. Capt and Mrs Gr.nU. Captand Mrs. Ralson. Major and r l ihc Vl • Treasurer. Aftir ihe opening o( the Pellet Land, conducted by (apt (' K li those present lo MRM ii\cly music . of England, returned s "i n b > the Ladies sjao carried an Aasi^tant Master begueat at the Ocean View Hotel Amateur Horticulturist %  .. %  V..1 lUrrlson lights of the evening's peril ance Scenes from "King Ol.iT an Aaalstant Master' of the S. AltiatdUr Horticulturi.t giJgs'^J^tJ&gS 1 V.ncenl Grammar School which m*R. S W VOUNGHANS, PreslHudson and The Invitation'to th* he held Irom 1931 to 1941 |yf d( n of Younghana and Cole. Dance by Weber brought ihc a, „ .,„,, ,*.„ c, tfinemi Police Insurance AgvnU of ^flamt. left programme lo it* i M" r STlT .-ri.n. hi. leave An amalamr horticulturlat. Mr. efforta The Barbs...*, choral ive Yminghsn^ ha* been m Ihe West s.-cu-t^ *ai i a sucIndJaa for the past three weeks cessful concert of Hi. >• standard collecting seeds and plantawhlch nnd the music loving publii ( .Li p-nding his leave Si. Vincent before going to Trinidad. Be u u uneta of Mr Harm%  ; i^ Cower, former Miinaginti For One Month S PF.ND1NG i> month's holida> In Barbados are Mra. D A. Pi* '""! hW vJ.^ei? in Thev m arrived U. 'i'Vi'"' %  '"." 7 SEZE9 ,e •"" TiVady"nt be'ck to Miami. BraTtefui bran evening' a^enti/. calbo. Venezuel.. Iht, amved M Uir l( lhf B; .rb..dos A Y !" While in ihe Caribbean, he visited tnlnmenl in an island where an 1,, l_ Jamaica. Trinidad, (irenada and opportunity of hearing good D-Hniiiicti before coming bar*, music Is rare "i*-" During his short stay in Barbedna, K l( T i , r.. he Wi a 10101 at bhe Hotel Royal Trinidad Director %  1 m tm Recovering; ,| 'i'i li H/r k %< •X"E many friends of Mr Hutfj 1 ( II' \\ A | \ MONG the passengers amv, ,,Mi. CaclUi U %  -** %  aaa_i vvr^m i„HM (.rrt.v mnminc from Directcof the I. J Williams arrived s>jn,, r „f the ''BarbadM AtivtM-alc .... Sunday by B.W.I.A. and are .„„, .,, |(ipwnl A -slslant Informa"' gucsta at Maresol Beach Flats. Si llull oflScei of the Caribbi Lawranci Oao Mra. I'rlor'i husband is cmployed wilh the Shell Oil Comi Marucaibo. On Holiday MONG the passengers arrlvura Miss Cecil nn; vesterday morning from DM.H)Cof II I irf Port-ofson Chandler, Overseer of thr Melle Fart, i %  > srooM l>e glad to that %  covering from By Be&chcombec S AM Keturned to Jamaica by the S.S. Bro:il wain I Co., Ud. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. E. Agostlnt trtal he aefwad tag over for two weeks 1 l.y 11 .A. and Is holidav which they are spending I, as guest* al the Hotel Royal. Mi Agoatlnl, a Director of Agostim Bros. Ltd. Commission sr-|( K L STUART. Regislrai Agents Of Port-of-Spaln. has \J ,, f hr H-spital of the Uni| llarbados on several ocvr ,.,.., ( -,,n, M ,.^ the West Indies __ R JENK i NS Featurea Yesterday the .unique shop castons before. He was here two has lcf) llC „ t \,my after spending jyi ;. .: „,. nf ,.' T -_ Wfl rt received a picture of fruit signed ,,_^c„ h. .pen. two day, jjl^kljlj* ^5^2 LcrLl" ."„„ Hnl'jJSSiS l !"!" ^?,^''"^ Barbados for a month's m once rnng up Codfonh. What the injuries suffered ry-le nccldent last week. CAM CODFORTH is what He is still a patient at the TerLj Fbutenough oalla tempapii-enteniry Ward at the General mental; n useful adjective wrficii Hospital. covers pretty well everything from if aaa alcoholic frenzy to mare lomreaturet tditor fooieo-. Keall* ImperlsBt At Ihis Teddy, who didn't he disturbed unless it as really lh tUt ,„„ leares and grea important and intarerttrig, said oml blossoms. They saw m-.m.*) "Where's the train going > They saw a herd of sebrss dn-h. "Just around Ihe room. Oeneral | „„„ lh# imcks ahead of the tr-> Tir. said. "No. much of a trip. Noili| ^ n m HMtnbm i., K to see but four walls and a lot | of lurniturt." Ilanid and Mr. Punch and MaryJane were all about to say that thai diJn't thin* ihey cared to go M a u.in-trlp. when Knarf .u*J''J i Hid tn a etry loud fsjleai Ail aboard for-for Africa! Allaboatd %  For Africa*" eveiyone .aid. "Africa!" So they Instantly crowded lo gel aboard th train, for it isnt ev. r day in the week lhat you can caic.i a tram going lo Africa. Tha monwnt Ihey were all on. Knarf yanked the bell. The engine gave a snort. Uia wheels gave a whirl, and soon ihe t-ain was rattling along Iht rails. past the sofa and Ihe chairs and the t, r k? Yes. hew are we *n a>" tail it to -•* Now Knarf never really expected It was as simple ircll"" %  •"' the train to go lo Africa. Ju'l h going their BadaMl Qamral Tin said, he esnecled il to turned agam. |ut as ih. v %  go around tha room. Hut all at on-t, | the edae af Ihtocean *,* % %  < lust at tha train was going aruu i was a moment of dai a curst it turned sharnly BSHB I tat-o. wgaa MV litrht aaaftn i.lnnged straight into the booken-e. Irain was back in the room li ra Knarf shut his eye! Ever)one to a stop. hut his ayes! < *" %  on) * r wl, n R Rut ihert wss no crashr.o Cotati i leiaVea goad kokat llkeg. ttftea. There was fust a mm i • f frte that he aw a big Anlmat I darkness, and then when Knai snd Ij hug DffH en tha ht •hell the others opened their eyes Sgam. nr.o-. the book .xe.e two lUtl there they wtrt in Afncal .tracks! tatThey saw eltphants tearing fruii off the tops of tall-trees They aw cr^codilesandhippopol amuses bat liIng in a ri They aw |.n.i-ie with feathers the colors ol ihc ranbow. They saw deer and wilu gaats. Ihey saw vultures and aafjlej Tl i v %  aw every animal thai lies n Africa, and all Ihe birds and all H e insects. Knaif couldnt brlteve hi" ares ihe atlas** rauidal battavo il < > eve-. Bui Ihis was Afiira. Tl t could be nn doubt about il. Meanwhile Knarl kepi Ikiuk' i tn himself: "How did *• %  gel h*'. Ar!t how are we ei < nhe STARS*r roi iNDnriDi'AL Honoscore THURSDAY. JtLY 31. 1*52 TAomua %  d. April 21 May 30 (1KMIN1 day 21— JOB&f Look in ihe section in which your birthday comes and A( find what your outlook is. according lo the stars. AVM Hold back a bit. We all fore better when %  March 21—AarU we don't jush Ihings. take foolish chances ^ or speak out of turn. Move in sone. veil organized manner. * o. Be content with moderate gains. Some uncertainties to-day. A safe attitude rather than any blustering, hit-or-miss method ^t. Mimscd. Don't worry. • • Go conscientiously about duties. Paas uu ^ an the unsure, needlessly hazardous and stick to what you really understand. Be very careful in money, legal issues. -ft . l K CAWtTEH \ day to promote essentials, improve when ^ June 21—July 23 iin< | W herr you can. and hold to a good ^ schedule. Don't hopscotch around, nor be drawn into useless argument. * * You rather daring people of the Lao clan seller take wise precaution* and ramain ^ calm If you've been going a hectic pace ^ * Sort of day that gives ample opportunity w to domonstrale your sound, clean thinking. ^ Be expressive but not over-anxious carrying out Job. w • n part for other than roui business. here. Mr and Mrs. F,. A Stuart of •'BrtHiahd-m' '. Black Hock holiday. They arrived on Tuesday SH&tS Ait e nd.d C.n.r.l Mcelitt UfiSfif" m ""*" ^ *' Xil^ii '^ Spe t Three Week R ETURNING lo St. Kill n W I A. thin inominK in Ml— C 0-L.um.lui. Ca.hicr or ArchlAll" NESTO " Mz '"*<' bald Agncl. She ha. own ftrro 11 of Ilottl... I.ta.. Trinidad. , ^ Ifcirbatioe for the ,.s, IhMI *. on bus,rolurnr,! h. m Mrtkn m lu !" k ^' fa r .mcrthen m r natal coupled with pleasure a a by B.W.I.A. after apnidlnil about ||n|[|ia tfueid 0. Mrs. Arthur Cadwttan ot three weeks in Barbados. II devil Ted' business why i. VeUaquez ig? Who's coins to Mr. Jenkins who has bran at*• .'"'" JKA.S SST he,l to the nilllaa*. .inc. IM. ? %  %" hawIM Codforth. ;H Ihe it^_.a l-...^ _jf — i i_ :it_ j hoUdayi (lr;" %  : %  'V,' 1 .'" %  Sagaa," shouted Codfor^. Hill. St. Michael for Ihe., daugh.. And vour €liKtomm ^^^ know M R. ROY SKINNER of the ler Hazel on the celebration of VcllthingamegigV Christian name N'.i iial Cash Register. Trim,ier 2,sl birthday. anyhow. Nor do you. And let dad. arrived here over \hc wCfk c -TI_ +~ — %  %  me tell you lhat the Constable you BW1A. on a bu por I nrM <'< ordered is signed'FYeda.'A woman) gg | at Cnrrab; On Business Twenty-first Birthday /"\N SATURDAY nUhl last Mr CROSSWORD i " I" J 4 r • ii m n> it A RRIV1N0 Thiiradaj s Mr. lx-ltoy ,e over from i been workexpect to remain m trtnldad HosaL J\T> for a W "'" las*, -icffrev M irtm ilao ol Glllen nKi I..I < %  %  < Uirnlnsj home. Watlonal Caah Ragdatar who hag Curacao wherr he hi Mr Burton i> Plpl Line Conbean ban fOl %  OgfMtlma, will bo ui| for the pasl fix yearn. Mr. perlntendenl "' ll1 '" ramaintnj far nnothcr month He (ilttens will be spending ihree Sui |g also a guest at Cacrubank weeks'boliday with his molhei at HotaL WMtkasry Road A Spy Turns Up To See Me Eating THE STORY SO EAR: /I oa-.p of By BERNARD W.CKSTEED inisen-imlous ehamcIerK called "Tlu-p" hare aot hold of a mii| am beginning to get my second ferioiu formula mliie'i ut supVrtnd or ivhatevei you would cull posed lo hare ihc propcriu of a when you are dieting. I no frana/orminy conlcmed hut longer w,ant lo eat a horse. I'd be (tnenrcight ruisbands into Man.-nt'r .it tiiti with a pony. nee Idolt trlrh the flaures of M\ FIFTH DAY Greek pods. MENU IT I called the Tubbn Hubby ilthal I did ratl diel HKEAKFAST BIT THEY BMBj a victim for Onr aranur. Haddock. Tneir inhuman experimen|. 2 thin slices of tout, scraping ol Who shall il be? The choice falls htiller Tea on Bernard Wlcksfeed (Mel ,hf EtlNCH 5ff. Sins.. u'eli;hf 12it. 21b.). harmless hubby of Happu Hairnatgfljd. FRIDAY NIGHT T HE Tubby Hubby is under , glow) "• %  thu, the Bfl his 12-day prdeiil by diet. He ^ %  > raught oul at the breakfast table DINNER Cold ataai mall> wHh tln piece ol hutler The InevlUble green salad I apple or nr*nge Black roffer —L.E.S Joke. Got it?" FoutentHigh rang off. Or.f Ihittfi ajggaj wiothrr I T was. they said, a Greek wine And I believed them i an ugh reain had been Rhovad into il. when young, to 5i nk a battleship. In Cette It would have been roruilden-d I maslerpie..' in fael I have redd thai fiy In a oarooc is not mart ridiculous than fhe hose <>f a A re* brigade summoned lo rj-trtcall The head of a n'atercarrier frotn between park| ralUngs. (Sayings of Shabash-Ibn-Daoul ,1 Bagdad). 1. u*t ihain back ? it) v. Fre to IN sbuui letting gfai 10. g— is. deen M. 1. >!>• the resulST il. It Climb sod oitst amona saopi ti. A.i.i.n wtio maana someth: %  In addition to her. 161 Dawa 1. NID. maaur mao frosn member of the clan. (9) i. Juat refill. IB) S. At Ihe fabuloua bird. euQU-n i debts. IB) 4. ranen al Hie bar. () .v Merelv a pooL <*> d Ten atosasaa. (•) 7. Hulio. oosoa in I L (01 n TOU baaa grouodi for ppuni It Si 13. Trap i for defence. (Si I* mu IB. *.•• BO. VeVterta* P Uirlr B4. WtllT , Una D*w l OPISISf. SSIIB4% 4.458.3JP.M. Conlinu.ng Daily LEO Jnly 84—Aog. *2 )*• TIROO A 1.1. a-Unt. as LIBRA (apt 24—Oct. S Ralher skir endeavours. Accept your duties In w ityle; be mindful you aren't ~ I0OIPI0 Oct 24— MOT. 1>8 SAOITTABUUB Ubra's manL the only one anxious to achieve * * Stars advise reviewing. 5trengthenlng your *^ methods up lo sundown. Don't embark on new ventures unless sure you have proper ^ formula KtWi afler 8 p.m can bring %  pleasure. __ Curb likely unrealistic ideas. Be idealisNov. 23—Dec, 22 tically motivated both In personal and business matters for safely gainful ends. Fo.Arj mance needs extra care. CAPRICORN Some ideas, propositions may be tempting ^C Dec. 23 —Jan. 21 DU l conscience forbids. Don'l talk flrst. think afterward. Logic will help avoid mistakes. -* if AQUAttlOB Excellent for general endeavours. InvestT.n !" *--reta -inmcnts well checked. Freshly favoured Jan. IS rsa. 20 r nanccs ^ lonf term me rit. P.M. fine ^ for heart Interests, home activity. if yr ir M Helpful aspects for most trades, civic and children's possibilities. Labour, employer* have much in common and can make this .V day a memorable one. Give-and-take favoured. &f YOU BOFN TODAY are natural leaders and, while con1*> servative, are very active, with fine reserve vitality and power to put over good' ideas. Are magnetic, generou* and proud. J-T Seldom selfish, nothing underhanded in your makeup. Minn-^ date: John Ericsson. Swedish-Amer. naval engineer agaagay piacEg Feb. 21—Msreh 2n MOTICE The Garden—SL James I""" ••nlj't IBS r M hr DALTOW 1. \ -.1. %  (Don BABKV PI 4/ 1 BARBAREES iDIAL 5170) Rupert's Spring Adventure—3 CARIBBEAN PREMEIRE>\ FRIDAY 2.30. 4.45 ft 8 .30 P.M ,' %  Ru Niafj ovir 10 look *t (h obrt *hriw lhf hre lui been. •nd R-per: ISM him jboui th* mvHcnoui ip ol noke. 'Tn vr odd." Ui* link moots. I've. .en. no picnw pin> In tict. I'sa an tv, ON II all our' Pons-Ping. ">d he iceou SLL HlfM 10 be in %  bal I old I'txin-Pitit." an Paip ii i I'l go and try tsi chaar ( % % % %  up. nJ pathape he can aspUai Imr black pauriei." Biasnirif ofl. he finds hia pal busy beside the ih>ck badge .hit •urrounda kit houst. ggaggraa IX SUM h .lit Assortment of • LADIKS' NYLON HOSK • LADIKS' NVLACE HOSE • LAMES' LISLE HOSE • CHILDREN'S ANKLETS — ALSO NEW SHIPMENT OF . • MEN'S WILSON FELT HATS $2.09. $2.15, $2.28. $2.41 M.50 $1.31 JO. 32 CENTS $S.40 Sltll aar a Mum. %  • %  •4i -•.-•* aa.ia %  >.•. JISSI I..II. >a SIMMS HO II IWEB It.I-1,iy SCOTT — Joe E. BROWN—Ava GARDNER OPI SINS. T-* M G M •' *c*a ON MK MUSICAL' ; •MM : -T*afcr^': TccHMien***^ 1 FRED ASTAIRE ^ VERA-ELUN MARMORIE MAIN T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL *220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 "Wr wish to advise our ciistomei* Ihul our Workshop Dcparlnn-nt will be closed Irom Tuesday 5lh AugHat l Monday ISIh Aueusl. 1952. both days inclusive, in order to Rive our Workshop Star! their Annual vacation. There, will he a small relief staff on duly for liny emercencies. Our Office, Parts Department and Petrol Station will be open as usual." ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET '•.• %  %  -.%  %  •.'.'.'-' %  •----•'-'-•-• %  %  '-' %  DIAL 4269 IHHHf I I THEATRES i vi ; %  >,..-.. TO.OAt MBit %  h.. STANWYCK Paul DOl'Ol * K ri PVAN. Marilyn MONBOB. 1 •.-II n. Ml.HI P .1 KM ..... arss) II (ii ^ MANCK MNOCKS III 1 x Ml -M -• OLYMPIC noHHiiwi II ram nil STIF*I PLAZA BRIDGETOWN (DIAL 2310) ROXT i. iiw i' a an iiiuoBsnw i II. I. U .i r *-*) i ANT. aaasttn or LOST MBM %  I ii Kist, \NII mi -is-ni Will. tH AL1.TN -UUDlV il I Mt II III DANI.IS A cnasAia arpfe 1IA1.1 Tl.rtK IN I aiMR TOMORHOK WITt at *s Hiifflam Ol IS'iiV .X lln IrBUpl mmNIUHTS or KM ROYAL •Stair. (SB a ail HI.. i.asfial U. orsaATOB ss HUM in II a. Minim a -I'WDAT ss a iU i ici^te* PrnraU Brian DONUEVV Forrl TUCKEB i


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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Thursday, July 31, 1952
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WHAT'S ON TODAY
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Jul* *
'> p*n
Governor Challenges B'dos On Family Life
Lady Savage Opens
St. George Social Centre
YOU HAVE PUT BARBADOS on the map in so many
ways; you have led the Caribbean in sugar production, in
education and health services. Surciy you can give a lead
to the Caribbean in the development of family and com-
munity life. His Excellency the Governor told an audience
at the opening of the St. George Social Centre v.
afternoon. He made those remarks after saying thai lie
was toldon good authoritythat the development of the
community centres and community life in Jamaica was fai
ahead of that in Barbados. The building was officially
opened by Lady Son
St. QsorsaVl Social Centre.
which is situated at Ellertoi.
stand- on a prominent site over-
looking nearly the whak
of St. Grorge. The outside is d. -
com ted in more than a
shade whi'e tin- Interior is a com-
bination of green and pale I
with tOUdl Of rut h<-iv and then
The verandah, on the south e-
side, extends the full length f
the building, thereby providing
an imposing view to cricket and
football enthusiasts.
This C rdrs bat two latrine* and
a canteen. It can accommodate
jver 200 people. It was tkatgWd Outlining the Governments Ec~
oy Mr. Bruce Moulder and built nomy Programme In which ho
by Mr. G. A. Fit7gerald. |salfJ Britain will switch some in-1
For the optning ceremony, the dustries from nan.
interior was decorated with vases port goods production. Churchill'
of Anthurium and Lotus of the told the Commons. "We must .
t of the ceaseless tech-
Britain Will
Concentrate
On Atom Arms
LONDON. July 30
Prime Minister Winston Chur-
chill indicated on Wednesday lha:
Britain will concentrate 01
age weapons in a st lean ill tied
omy re-armament programme.
Airforcp
Explains
"Saucers'


OEOROE SOCIAL CENTRE,
in a prominent *lte, overlm king i
uated at Ellcitoii. was of ytcril*y sftenu)
irly the whole of the part*!. 1* can accommodaU' over Jut!
by Lady Ssvtge. The Centn
Nile i -. I. .
ncl to the enjoyment **ke
on the character and course of
any fuiure struggle, and these
processes of change continue and
even accelerate with the remorse-
less march of trie science of human
of everyone, the Po'dcc Band, con- n|cal domtlopmonl which has re-
ducted by Capt. C. E. Raison suited in some weapons becoming
played some lively tunes as the antiquated and the advance of type*
afternoon wore on. i* Krcutly unproved ceiuraclex
His Excellency and Lady Sa<- ThM developments have affected
age. accompanied by Mr. Denis'!ne .VrW\ r m,"iar-v "P*"*
Vaughn, A.D.C., arrived at 4.45
p.m. They were met by Mr W.
A. Yearwoou. Churchwarden and
Canon C. C Cnnl.ffe ,.,
Mr. Yearwood took the oppor- .dcstructii--
tunlty to introduce His bEOaOftQ- i;, ,. i the United States ha*
T *2? If y Sava*c to m'l>1' mada tmmoni. strides in its poi-
ol the Playing Fields CommiU-e ley of atomic weapons, and in the
and of the St George Vestry. range and accuracy of their deliv-
i-ady savage otlicially opened Wo ery." tnd added: "Remarkable
building I progress has been made in our
Mr. W. A. Yearwood. Chuicn- own development of guided mis-
warden, said that it was his priv.-'siles or rockets."
japs ana pleasure m < bairn m ol TIM Govern! enl got a dortues
the St. George'^ Social Centre, on baha f of Las i ommiltec, :j dence on their economic pro-
extend a welcome to Ills Excel- gramme,
lency and Lady Savage. j Churchill told iHl
On Committee House of Commons m opaalng the
He said. "I personally can claim second day of the economic dr-.
no credit directly to the planning h310 lha' ihcre could be no mili-
and building of this hall, I w..s lMr> strength without firm eco-
00* Of the Member* of ihe Com- norniC foundations, and that the
..ppointed by your urcd 'ea'mm<'' programme must be
.-omm%nV1 ^/'^ V"* ***** *
ftnmeni thai playing iieiris ^ n, (^^1^ ;ibr
TJTSSSiSi b^SKC SSly^J JSFSZXJ??,
M,^r/f ,k oay ,? ,r'^c del('ncc production in a way
SZFZi&SSf f(nmm1,,r aI U,C whlch "UTUmil thW demand, on
uaUMd that bat ftam>< the engmeennc lltduitn and in
such as cricket, croquei. football, coming years set free ;i vaniabla
and athletics be orgmised on the part of It our civil
Bl Id. lexpp'ts."l!.P.
"In the building, indoor gain*
i ibl
Graft Bled Farouk's Army While
No One May
Quit Egypt
Settlement
Unlikely
WASHINGTON. July 30.
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son told a press confcreiur on
Wednesday that recent develop-
ments in Ir.iii did BOt plva him
any encouragement about a
early settlement of the oil dis-
pute.
Acheson also said that the
Iranian Government has made no
request for the withdrawal United States military missions I
in that country.
Asked by reporters if he was'
crowded hopeful of an oil settlement in
Iran the Secretary pointed out'
that Premier Mossadegh hail
mode direct negotiation with
Britain, but that the Premier
had immediately withdrawn hll
!ft |. Tnll K'ft Muni
lb*) NN when ih<- oil dispute
started. Acheson commenled.
Reporters asked him to ana-
lyse the cffell in Iran, but ho
declined, saying that it would be
InfuL
t'.r.
CAIRO Jul) 30
i KinR Farouk was accused on W*dmMd3 < '
contributing hi h. m ,}u, pa]cs.
i ivnite through his won raft
"' trearhen F lll(.,| ..
' '"" ''! I
material for the army durimj the Palestine can,(.and
Former Attorney General a*>h;.mmed Azmi moved to re-
he Government case against Egyptians with the
Mttllng of supplies to the army dunn thi war. Heel
i led thv
inquir}
,. i Oenara
. i. . i;. .. .

en ii
!
< Irmip Com
domiti
1 tcnntn. draughts
be play '. projecl
On Pace 5
Rock Snggeerl New
'lrriording For
Truco D'm-uiii^nt
MUN3AN. Korea. July 30.
Communists to-day suggested a
possibly significant change in th
wording of the proposed Korean
armistice document, now under
study by both sides. It dealt with
the paragraph relating to war
prisoners. The Issue of prisoner
exchange has blocked the true?
for months. The Reds proposed
chsnging the term "captured per-
sonnel to "prisoner of war."
Col. Duncan S. Somemlle. UN.
Command stall < >nii ei. --..ni he
had askod the Reds for a clarifi-
cation during recent secret trud;
William K. Har-
rison, Senior U.N. Armistice Dele
gate, told I he Reds that the trim
personnel" meant ail
persons in cvei (hoi
opposing repatriation. "War pris-
oners'^ he i'dded, were all those
persons who were to be repatri-
ated
U.S. Taking Over
Hahamtt*' Gidiled
HtHsile li'isi'
NASSAU, July 29
i .nsolidated Con-
struction Company, will be hand-
ing over the Guided Mlsslla Baas >i
the Grand Bahamas to reia lives ol the United States Navy and
Air Forte. Construction I
months ago, and the United States
forces have been in oceupeuoa (oi
the last ten months. L'nitci State.
officials are Hying from Florida
tor the formal ceremony. The
Company expects to hand over
the base at Eleuthera a fortnight
hence. Companion ol work on the
bases at Sim Salvador, Maya-
guana, and Grand Turks wtj] ba
asvaral n-.gyiihs nanea An item
from the remote SBIIIaillllll of
Deadman's Key, Long Island,
where people prrhably never
heard about '"!lying saucers"
COmea a rcpoit mat about two
weeks ago a group of people saw
several object* 'M/akinu BOtOM
Ihe sky*' Thtv ocacribad them
as noiseless, and whiter and much
faster ihun any puua and -poke
of them as guided missile 'CPi
Foreign Aid Cuts
Will Slow Htfeace
Produtiioii
The Pro[)osed
Hinerary Of
Indian lour
The Indian Cricket tram is ex-
,.< etad to h B impton an
Daoambar ^o by u.(. s B
arriving In Trinidad on Juniifarv
iih
Tiinidad
1 M aid Ik' .
Atl whe In London has
I stall '
W l iihijihI.'i
K Din M ih noud Aflfl has been
dei ill V\e An
i
Fst his hillure In pill "
rreshowiruio,!
. 1033. The visitors will p "i'";
inidad r Jsnua.v B. >. .... ..'
1 mil tht- ^.t Te*l Mm.l .^' H< nT "" ",r f"rf* F '
l.'.Td fm I until hewn
duied f.i Januao i... IB,
. i .
"-V*0, ,* ?.1 ...
7hr In,:......,
at B.20 p.m. 00

:i mfl pi .
.
& 28. Tin
I
3. 4 & 5
The vtattori riU opt
.
dlana when p mro-day i m

match afalnal Brl
lake place on Wbruary 11
14 1 16. The Third rest I
uled for Fcumary ll> 20, 11, ^3.
WASHINGTON, Julv 30.
Secretary of Slate I>ean Ache-
son said <>n Wednesday thai the 21 a is.
concessional cuts in the adminis-, Thi- h-
Iratmn's foreign aid programme
will slow up or extend the limit
nf lime (or Western Defence pro
duction. Just before it adjourned
"BUM die" congress cut the for-
eign aul programme from $7,900,-
0O0.O0O to about 46,000.000,000.
Acheson told the press confer-
ence that, broadly speaking, the
cut *>ii have ti"1 affect of towtnl
up or stretching out defence pro-
duction in the West |
North Atlantic Treaty Powers
were budding a dsaaBM IBM
against Communist aggrei>sion.
Acheson Indicated that this was
one of the big reasons why the
IV:! m S'..;.- .'..I. unable lo ai>-
!roach the fulfillment of raojuaitl
y France for large American mil-
atraesi that would be
placed in that country.
The gap between the French
snd American ability to
meet II land- at BbOUl 300.-
OflO.OOU I'.P.
AUIIU.S. SIO'S f^^K 'IRANIAN CAPITAL
The) blamed '.'

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11 lual Inqulm
....
; .| Of Whirl
-1 that a
'
the (o'ti.- i I propertv. hac
i
I 11
nd i" \h i
i p
turn i" Trlnli I i
lliitish Ou
Trinidad Baal b dun on Bn
luory 2a and Usrch I The
Fourth Test will le pi
Trinidad on Man b :i i i |
a .
The Jar ;. |1] ipp o
ihe visitors on March I
ic & 17. The Fifth snd I'm I Test
will be played in Jamaica on
March IB, 20. 21, 23, 24. a 25.
II.. I :
I the i ' any ol
the playsH likely to make the
trip but Uw *Te 1
Board of Contra made
rleor thai the) BXpecl U
best side" I Wl l Indies. i
' b*-en re- I
i, until M.i
ana in Goorgen.
\ ('oifrt Victory
. rn.....v. July 30.
. i ilor Ron
art viclot \
fa ratin-
v was left
Isgal luttlvs that
n rnuunent,
hi ruled
i
CAIUO. luh N
Oamral Mohai.....td Naguib
Bay, I i 'og man"
Ifttl in I revenl suspect-
id fraitan and wsu ptofftaeri
I IDC Count! S In i-..i|'.
ii The Ann> prohlbll
ed anyone leaving Egyj t wlthoul
Intel tor Mlntsti. permij
.ifui .. Durobei of close friends of
ousted King Farouk itn.l n CrOH
Informed sources said in one
ease two former associali
rnrouk left Cairo h air but thei
aircraft wai ordered back 15 mm-
..'.- '..ii i jiiii Ihi an ii ,ii resti -I
rr
VASHDfC : N July 30
it waves,
i piica i sad radar Itlaadona as m
plausible explai...;
Burry of "flylns saucers.H Intel"
he notion
' ..' th.- ,i
(ail frum oil..

' United
sha| new
:
i i

In Ui p
I
DUSctsr of Irrti
i
LStSd froiii
In detail
m Um Air
Techima!
the vi I pnree
i
Df B i Orifluu
ad out that .hi

'i..-. (towevsi wnen
. .i... .. .,
Ihs temperature temporarily in-
\*-:\ all

hw beams
iward. Th- radar
What Mum appeal as
on radar-
Ifl the -k\

lie Ughta
i i i
and i there I suHa am
velocity or lurbulence, lite lihis
seUns the
Illusion (hat Hmq srt rind
i r
C.hS. M \1 IIIIW IMIir.ti \\
d i
( vlonits Will R.
Ut'[tn'sii1i'(l At
"ilks H\ Lyttehon
.
I..II"
.
team Will |
day Axturi
b i.
pocled that the W.I. Sele '
and Uw W I
appointed. will a/il
'.!.. ,|'.,]

ruling
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i up for flnsl
i 11
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i r
0*Dwyt*r Denounces Presroll:
Injures Insulting Newsman
MEXICf). July N
Mexico's leading m i UlUtrarsal on Wednes-
j day described as a "serious Inoti eaa i ntft renct
. at which the CJnll 0 11 \ i
nn>fiily denounced Ihe l \ Robert
' Pitsc.it f<-r a ftory arxjut OTJwyi i i lai P m
i today that ii<- irould Bland -"i I patch I
l which quoted the friends ol 0T5wyei us hinting \i..i' thi
l Ambassador had considered bacotning a Mexican citizen
when hsj retina from dJplomatk! aenrlce.
El L'nivn>4l bsUUMN Ainenrm Depart.
nf 'lie >
under the he;u
SOlOlItS ATTEMPT TO OUffU one of the many .-'lous disturbances that have broken out in Teheran, Iran,
i resignation of former Premier Ahmad Ohavam, who escaped the country as his life was threat-
ened. Moos of 20.000 and more, wbir,d up by Communist and Nationalist propaganda, have been voicing
anu-AntricaD scntimtnU. A U> jtt.-er v-.is beaten and an economic aid office stonsd, t/nternstional/

! thinking of nationals-
lag a Mexican.".

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I UM" IN. July 3(1
tntatlon at the
n i on* faith prime
0 .' < i i v.lnch is to
Inai
Sconomlc IsSUSa Will probably Ie
ince ith the preceaenl
eX at the IbkI Comnionwealth
n i ui Januai)
Mellon. Secretary
UMcolonlai will m pre
sent the eotonlal territories at
ii- full learions ol bos eeedsvanea
.....be ittended t>y Prime
lie will l)e nsststed and
.one aaperta mm
will I territories nwel
- i in the coufei
enee though these will |
I Inns.
it !- thought llkel, ilu.i ii lom-
I i. I < ohm ml experta will
neef dally to hem i.yttrium's re-
view of 'he previous da
i repara brid lor the
K. i l
i.'ony will Uusrefore haw
:ii mutter* UOdSf review though
nei will not be directly repse-
tented.
it is not yi known vrhi I
tlVe "f tl- (nil.Hie- will
i U) InS nieeling irf ofll-
ijls which will shortly start work
'Mi of Hie iigendj
I.,I 'lie Ceo Mn I let ('..I.(el'-
U.N. Blast
Red War
Factory
TOKYO. ,h
i Mipci torts bliislecl
.-. .i f.i. t i
only foui miles I:

hrlks against
line full wings nf (he Far End
[Ah rorea Bombei i
than 'loo ions ii
Mat i" ental Light
Metals Con
ri) log hlsh over a
R in three
'
meet witB
C\ mmunl o
Aniung In

,-ik devieei truck at n.....i iln


i
clruetuHi Thi
i .[ore II p m.
OIK ll Oltll 3 10 .1 II.
I
an annual iRD i
if aluminium t r
All K& forces
In Europe Mow
Under Ritlgicny
I'AltlS. July 30.
All Amcricjii .oldiei
'ii-1 .uin.er, .. i -1 .
were brought under the personal
command of General Mattnew
ltlu^w-y. NATO. Supremo
'ommander on Wednesday.
Kulgway announced o sweeping
rsorganliatlon >4 us troop com-
ntenduuj from
across Europe to Tut key. He snid
that effective Thursday, he also
will assume command of all U.3.
f rces, with former American
Coinmandar in Eunix-. flsnaral
Thomas Handy. arUng as his depu-
i I general ssld the new
i will give hun broad
OWSI I tO I tie.imhne mil CUl l"*-'
ts of the defence of ihe Went.
i' Allied headquniters said
MM uuMjn 00 the order.
i I S Joint Chiefs of Staff.
explained that the
log of American Iroops
rsansli in Banrnpe will not
.I'M U.S farmalionj assigned
I rstlonalb u. n.ato rom-
T'DAD OPENS DOOR
TO W.I. NURSES
PORT OP-SPAIPf July 3.)
, Trtnlds I ..,,i j, .s
la dior to nurses from
itrlt.sh GuUna. Jama
v. l
i .
' I it
im her-.
Mr C||
I is hare.
I making provision to all w foi tne
I registralli n
Ah i n ..


implored
n to..' uiej work at
ll i i
I
iium at Chacacachacap
'
^il:[Wppm
Aew Administrator
Presides Orer
Legislature
IK>MINICA, July 30.
The new Adminiitralor, H. I-.
LindO i a Oldsd over th< :
mrt of ihe legislature yesterday. A
Mill to enlarge the Police Eor.e
and erSBtfl Pel | RjfTB v. -
i.. .. n, .|i.r.lv vote.
A resolution d> mantling imme-
diate payment of eomi
for evkted tenants of Ihs Oov-
t-riunent-owned OOOdwUl I lab
Wti passed unenimou y. the H ><
Austin Winston remark
the days whtn heads Of Oovarn*
need departiBenti i

Miv. Eugenia CharlBa, Han
ler was Ihe new aORllnafa
bet for Mrs. Elma Napier who iv ...
long leave. Hon. Austin Winston
> el- ted to ii :
ony al the Federation Con! f
IIO\. M\Hit}SHOW WILL
STAXT Di8CU88tO>
AT MTKS3 t'U'H
Mon. t, A lajuryihow, ILL.C
His will be the guest
pSSkse at the Press Club tomor-
row night at 8 o'clock In the regu-
lar rnontl .
on matters of public Inti
Hon. Marrynhow will lend off
the discussion
V I."
welcome to the discussion.


P M.I
BARBADOS \i>*"i ui
nil BSDAY, HILT M. Utt
Ccudb Cailinxj.
HIS K\

g* Social

I H 111 F I
kti a H AdM
a ...,ti. MT.r.. Mr.
F'fd Coddurrl. M.C.P.. Dr H. C,
Cummins. M.C.P Mr. M. ft ( >x.
Mkw Bettv Artif. Mr.
A G. Jor.lnn. Mr. and Mm. C C.
. U I. C. Moure,
Mi and Mnt. H. G. Ycanvond.
U M,^DiiPh?M>..fr,
Mr. and Mrs Cyril K?if*r. Mi\
Almira Almry. HlM Nellie Pill.
htn w Dattta H.
Q s Hf.hin*>n, Canon C. C.
ConUfft nnd Mm, Conltlte. Hrx.
;.nd Mrs. Co-aman, H.
waile, Mr and Mi* W. B. C-irn -
ion. Mr. Bruce Moulder. Mr and
Mr*. G. A Filzgnald. Mr. Mtd
Mrs. McKenzie. Mr and I n
Herbeil WTkr1*. Mrs dc Vkn,
Mr and Mrs. E. M. ShilMone, M
A. D Ntcholls. Mr and
D. A V. Weekes. Mr.
Mrs. W F Brathwaile, Mr
I V**
'I ^B M' af'
Majo
mi
The tirograrr
prescnled be o\
IJVDY 8AVAOE op*n Hi* R' Qeorg* Social Centra after bolng intro-
d.icrd to membsr* of th Playing Field* Commute* and the Vestry
For Trinidad Pott
MB. D. S. COZIER, a Barbadian
and old Harrisonlan. at (><-
Mrs ent Suprrinlendrnt of Police in
i'.li Borneo, has been trans-
md lo Trtnldad at an Aarlstan*
Choril Society
Stages Success/at
(Concert
The Barbados Choral Society
su:ed its annual concert on
Tuesday main ,,t the C'osnber-
pacKed
ltd appmiattve audience, lit-
Exwlsancj C rvfBOr, and
l.i.iv Savage, accompanied 1
m Pfivoic
ttary also attandjad,
which was
n*enty n*em-
v usual
standard.
The Isst of
many old favourites which
forth round* of upplause frc
the audience pcrh.ip- worthy
n.entioii was (lie Six-Part MoM
-There an Old iu-licf
Parry. This m sung >' mesnoi>
of the late President and Vlo-
President ArclKlcn..n Shanklar.l
and Charlie Elder.
The Saxophone Quintet |sjd I >
Bandsman Prince Cave rendered
a group of tunes in the Usual
style that' pupils of Captain
Ratson would perform them.
Mr. Bruce Si. John, baritone,
also rendered familiar airs wiMi
Caribbean Repreaentalive deep -< effective lone with
w "Toreador's Song From 'Car-
R G WEBDALE Caribbean men' as the most ouUtandlng.
stationed in 1 Don't Want To Get Mar-
The Toys Took a Train Trip
Thty Went All ine Wmy to Air.
LISTENING HOVRS
ruSd'-'l
h drew
B, MAX l K. I l
IT wan't aa thoueb Knarf had
nnttd it to hapoan. It ) "P-
Kr.d. quita of It. own accord. And
th. moal .realm thin, of .11 -
that ovorrono olw waa aloof- "iin
him >hn it happened, ao that no
nn. roold po-ibly aa. bta> .""
Kn.tf Juat dreamed ll.TI.ey eooMa l
ell dream it!
Knarf had clhaoed on Uio enirtn.
r in. train that stood in th corner
,.i Iho room. ria-ht und.r th. canary
caiia and iho ireranlum plant, rnon
r- mviled ..eiyone olra to coma on
UH train. "All aboard!" h. ahouUd.
"All aboard!"
Ilanid and Mr. Punch, and i.o-
iil Tin Ih. tin .oldlcr. and Mary-
rai-rfoll. and Toddy tha
('.car all looaad up.
..board!" Knart ohoutad
a Hurry up! Wa'ra loavlnf In
iirunsriAv
m.\i H M at at
I.7.W '
1 5 ]
I S p m MM**. S St P.m |r,*.'^
TH* Nrwi 10 P *> Tfti
*. U p "< T1 '
14) pm Sporlina Bc>W
,a-'dt % IS It aUatlntrH1 "- ~ --- " ^.___--
Ednanal.. S St
iKo*-... 0 OS p
VarttSJ K,aw SMMT-. I V ...
r*.,..i-i i p aad nasj "* i s'
NMrt T**. 10 l* a1'

i .
n mart ,
Wisjgti lh "In gon."
,n.l I..ill*.
How did lhay know it was Africa T
Because, when they looked out of
the window of the moving tram.
there llwy - lions and tigers ard
gbatfaa. They taw strans:* "s
ML
Kepresenl.tli
Trinidad, of the Criltal Manufar-
nad"
Spanish Folk Song
Mrs. E Thorntoi.. Sgt. and Mr* Superintendent.
Innlss. Capt and Mrs Gr.nU.
Capt- and Mrs. Ralson. Major and "r l
ihc Vl
Treasurer.
Aftir ihe opening o(
the Pellet Land, conducted by
(apt (' K li
those present lo MRM ii\cly
music
. of England, returned s"in b> the Ladies sjao carried
an Aasi^tant Master be- gueat at the Ocean View Hotel
Amateur Horticulturist
..' V..1
lUrrlson
lights of the evening's peril
ance Scenes from "King Ol.iT
an Aaalstant Master' of the S. AltiatdUr Horticulturi.t giJgs'^J^tJ&gS 1
V.ncenl Grammar School which m*R. S. W VOUNGHANS, Presl- Hudson and The Invitation'to th*
he held Irom 1931 to 1941 |yf d(,n, of Younghana and Cole. Dance by Weber brought ihc
a, .,,, ,*. c, tfinemi Police Insurance AgvnU of ^flamt. left programme lo it* i
m" r STlT .-ri.n. hi. leave An amalamr horticulturlat. Mr. efforta The Barbs...*, choral
ive Yminghsn^ ha* been m Ihe West s.-cu-t^ *ai i a suc-
IndJaa for the past three weeks cessful concert of Hi. > standard
collecting seeds and plantawhlch nnd the music loving publii
( .Li p-nding his leave
Si. Vincent before going to
Trinidad. Be u u uneta of Mr
Harm- ; i^ Cower, former Miinaginti
For One Month
SPF.ND1NG i> month's holida> In
Barbados are Mra. D A. Pi*
'""! hWvJ.^ei?inThevm arrived U. 'i'Vi'"' '"." 7 SEZE9 ',e "" TiVady"nt be'ck to Miami. BraTtefui bran evening' a^enti/.
calbo. Venezuel.. Iht, amved M,Uir ,l( lhf. B;.rb..dos A" Y . While in ihe Caribbean, he visited tnlnmenl in an island where an
1,,'l_ Jamaica. Trinidad, (irenada and opportunity of hearing good
D-Hniiiicti before coming bar*, music Is rare
"i*-" During his short stay in Barbedna, K l(
T i r.. he Wi a 10101 at bhe Hotel Royal
Trinidad Director
1m tm Recovering; ,| 'i'i li H/r k %<
X"E many friends of Mr Hut- fj 1 ( II' \\ A |
\MONG the passengers amv- ,,- Mi. CaclUi U -------------------------- ** aaa_i vvr^m
i- HM(.rrt.v mnminc from Directc- of the I. J Williams
arrived s>jn,,r f the ''BarbadM AtivtM-alc
.... Sunday by B.W.I.A. and are ., .,, |(ipwnl A-slslant Informa- "' ,
gucsta at Maresol Beach Flats. Si llull oflScei of the Caribbi
Lawranci Oao
Mra. I'rlor'i husband is cm-
ployed wilh the Shell Oil Com-
i Marucaibo.
On Holiday
MONG the passengers arrlv- ura Miss Cecil
nn; vesterday morning from Dm.h)c- of II
I
irf Port-of-
son Chandler, Overseer of thr
Melle Fart, i> srooM l>e glad to
that
covering from

By Be&chcombec
SAM
Keturned to Jamaica
. by the S.S. Bro:il wain I Co., Ud.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. E. Agostlnt trtal he aefwad
tag over for two weeks1 l.y 11 .A. and Is
holidav which they are spending I,
as guest* al the Hotel Royal.
Mi Agoatlnl, a Director of
Agostim Bros. Ltd. Commission sr-|( k L STUART. Regislrai
Agents Of Port-of-Spaln. has \J ,,f .hr H-spital of the Uni-
| llarbados on several oc- vr,.,.., (-,,n, M,.^ the West Indies __R JENKiNS Featurea Yesterday the .unique shop
castons before. He was here two has lcf) ,llC t\,my after spending jyi ;. .: ,. nf ,.' T-_Wflrt received a picture of fruit signed
,,_^c h. .pen. two day, jjl^kljlj* ^5^2 LcrLl" ." Hnl'jJSSiS l^?,^''"^
Barbados for a month's m once rnng up Codfonh. What
the injuries suffered
ry-le nccldent last week. CAM CODFORTH is what
He is still a patient at the Ter- Lj Fbutenough oalla tempapii-
-enteniry Ward at the General mental; n useful adjective wrficii
Hospital. covers pretty well everything from
i- f aaa alcoholic frenzy to mare lom-
reaturet tditor fooieo-.
Keall* ImperlsBt
At Ihis Teddy, who didn't *
he disturbed unless it as really ,lh tUt, leares and grea
important and intarerttrig, said oml blossoms. They saw m-.m.*)
"Where's the train going > They saw a herd of sebrss dn-h.
"Just around Ihe room. Oeneral | lh# imcks ahead of the tr->
Tir. said. "No. much of a trip. Noili- | ^n m. HMtnbm*
i.,K to see but four walls and a lot |
of lurniturt."
Ilanid and Mr. Punch and Mary-
Jane were all about to say that thai
diJn't thin* ihey cared to go M a
u.in-trlp. when Knarf .u*J''J i
Hid tn a etry loud fsjleai Ail
aboard for-for Africa! Allaboatd
For Africa*" eveiyone .aid.
"Africa!"
So they Instantly crowded lo gel
aboard th train, for it isnt ev. r
day in the week lhat you can caic.i
a tram going lo Africa. Tha monwnt
Ihey were all on. Knarf yanked the
bell. The engine gave a snort. Uia
wheels gave a whirl, and soon ihe
t-ain was rattling along Iht rails.
past the sofa and Ihe chairs and the t,rk? Yes. hew are we *n a>"
tail it to -*
Now Knarf never really expected It was as simple ircll"" "'
the train to go lo Africa. Ju'l h going their BadaMl
Qamral Tin said, he esnecled il to turned agam. |ut as ih. v
go around tha room. Hut all at on-t, | the edae af Iht- ocean *,*< '
lust at tha train was going aruu i was a moment of dai
a curst it turned sharnly bshbI tat-o. wgaa MV litrht aaaftn
i.lnnged straight into the booken-e. Irain was back in the room li ra
Knarf shut his eye! Ever)one to a stop.
hut his ayes! < *" on)* ,",*r- wl,*n R"
Rut ihert wss no crash- r.o Cot- ati i leiaVea goad kokat llkeg.
ttftea. There was fust a mm i f frte that he aw a big Anlmat I
darkness, and then when Knai snd Ij hug DffH en tha ht hell -
the others opened their eyes Sgam. nr.o-. the book .xe.e two lUtl
there they wtrt in Afncal .tracks!
tat-
They saw eltphants tearing fruii
off the tops of tall-trees They aw
cr^codilesandhippopol amuses bat li-
Ing in a ri They aw |.n.i-ie
with feathers the colors ol ihc ran-
bow.
They saw deer and wilu gaats.
Ihey saw vultures and aafjlej Tl i v
aw every animal thai lies n
Africa, and all Ihe birds and all H e
insects.
Knaif couldnt brlteve hi" ares
ihe atlas** rauidal battavo il < >
eve-. Bui Ihis was Afiira. Tl t
, could be nn doubt about il.
Meanwhile Knarl kepi Ikiuk' i
tn himself: "How did * gel h*'.
Ar!t how are we ei
< nhe stars- *r
roi iNDnriDi'AL Honoscore
THURSDAY. JtLY 31. 1*52
TAomua
d. April 21 May 30
(1KMIN1
day 21Job-
? Look in ihe section in which your birthday comes and A(
find what your outlook is. according lo the stars.
AVM Hold back a bit. We all fore better when .
* March 21AarU we don't jush Ihings. take foolish chances ^
or speak out of turn. Move in sone. veil
organized manner. .
* o. *
Be content with moderate gains. Some
uncertainties to-day. A safe attitude rather
than any blustering, hit-or-miss method ^t.
Mimscd. Don't worry.
*
Go conscientiously about duties. Paas uu ^
an the unsure, needlessly hazardous and stick
to what you really understand. Be very
careful in money, legal issues. -ft
. l K
CAWtTEH \ day to promote essentials, improve when ^
June 21July 23 iin<| Wherr you can. and hold to a good ^
schedule. Don't hopscotch around, nor be
drawn into useless argument.
* *
You rather daring people of the Lao clan
seller take wise precaution* and ramain ^
calm If you've been going a hectic pace ^
* *
Sort of day that gives ample opportunity w
to domonstrale your sound, clean thinking. ^
Be expressive but not over-anxious carry-
ing out Job. w
'
n part for other than rou-
i business.
here. Mr and Mrs. F,. A Stuart of
'BrtHiahd--m''. Black Hock
holiday. They arrived on Tuesday
SH&tS Aitend.d C.n.r.l Mcelitt UfiSfif" m ""*" ^ *' Xil^ii '^
Spe t Three Week
RETURNING lo St. Kill
n W I A. thin inominK in Ml
C 0-L.um.lui. Ca.hicr or Archl- All" NESTO" "Mz- '"*<'
bald Agncl. She ha. own ftrro 11 of Ilottl... I.ta.. Trinidad. ,...... ^ Ifcirbatioe
for the ,.s, IhMI *. on bus,- rolurnr,! h.m. Mrtkn m lu- k ^' 'far .mcr- then mr
natal coupled with pleasure a a by B.W.I.A. after apnidlnil about ||n|[|ia
tfueid 0. Mrs. Arthur Cadwttan ot three weeks in Barbados. II
devil
Ted' business
why i. VeUaquez
ig? Who's coins to
Mr. Jenkins who has bran at- * .'"'" JKA.S SST
he,l to the nilllaa*. .inc. IM. ?%" hawIM Codforth. ;H Ihe
" it^_.a__l-...^ _jf i____i_ ___:it_ j___
hoUdayi
(lr author's
book with the
spelled wrong
Hastings.
Leaving Tonight
I RAVING tonight by HWI A
- I, Trinidad will
tame oar (or Hie Company's
Annual General Meeting and was
a guest at Ihe Ocean J/lew Hotel
Mrs. G. E. Burton and tha
sons Ivan and l-nrry BfOlTi H.
i mm, Venezuela who have bee
holidaying here as guests of ihe 'nil
Hold H ral fW lhf pasl week
worth more than the same book
with it spelled right, well then,
why Ism a picture with Ted
spelled wrong, ah?" "It*a the sur-
name that's spelled wrong/' said
& Mrs Gilbert Howard gave Pouieno(1gh patiently. "Ted's not
>;": 'V,'1.'" Sagaa," shouted Codfor^.
Hill. St. Michael for Ihe., daugh- ..And vour liKtomm ^^^ know
MR. ROY SKINNER of the ler Hazel on the celebration of VcllthingamegigV Christian name
N'.i iial Cash Register. Trim- ,ier 2,sl birthday. anyhow. Nor do you. And let
dad. arrived here over \hc wCfk c. -ti_ +~ - me tell you lhat the Constable you
BW1A. on a bu por I nrM <'< ordered is signed'FYeda.'A woman)
gg | at Cnrrab;
On Business
Twenty-first Birthday
/"\N SATURDAY nUhl last Mr
CROSSWORD


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it
ARRIV1N0
Thiiradaj
s Mr. lx-ltoy
,e over from
i been work-
expect to remain m trtnldad HosaL j\t> .
for a W "'" las*, -icffrev M irtm ilao ol Glllen nKi i..i < <
Uirnlnsj home. Watlonal Caah Ragdatar who hag Curacao wherr he hi
Mr Burton i> Plpl Line Con- bean ban fOl OgfMtlma, will bo ui| for the pasl fix yearn. Mr.
perlntendenl "' ll1'" ramaintnj far nnothcr month He (ilttens will be spending ihree
Sui |g also a guest at Cacrubank weeks'boliday with his molhei at
HotaL WMtkasry Road
A Spy Turns Up To See Me Eating
THE STORY SO EAR: /I oa-.p of By BERNARD W.CKSTEED
inisen-imlous ehamcIerK called
"Tlu-p" hare aot hold of a mii- | am beginning to get my second
ferioiu formula mliie'i ut sup- Vrtnd or ivhatevei you would cull
posed lo hare ihc propcriu of a when you are dieting. I no
frana/orminy conlcmed hut longer w,ant lo eat a horse. I'd be
(tnenrcight ruisbands into Man- .-nt'r .it tiiti with a pony.
nee Idolt trlrh the flaures of M\ FIFTH DAY
Greek pods. MENU
IT I called the Tubbn Hubby ilthal I did ratl
diel HKEAKFAST
BIT THEY BMBj a victim for Onr aranur. Haddock.
Tneir inhuman experimen|. 2 thin slices of tout, scraping ol
Who shall il be? The choice falls htiller Tea
on Bernard Wlcksfeed (Mel ,hf EtlNCH
5ff. Sins.. u'eli;hf 12it. 21b.).
harmless hubby of Happu Hairn-
atgfljd.
FRIDAY NIGHT
THE Tubby Hubby is under ,
glow) " thu, the Bfl
his 12-day prdeiil by diet. He ^ >
raught oul at the breakfast table DINNER
Cold ataai Omelellr iWu rtss Utmato
nillng): -iiin.il I. iv|"i..iiv
wiih vaBaaar
(Alternalivr (irren aaladl
Onr roll, scraping ur hutlcr
Blark roffer
trying lo barter
for a *llce of the i
bread.
-So They sent one nt t-:. r <
santattvaf to have lunch vrttli no
. expense!) in ciue 1 tried
tnj rimlsaT tncks with the
wait re s So bang went the |sjg|
.hanee of an unsuper\iCHl meal
'ii week.
You can take it from me, I shall
be watched like a hawk over the
week"'
Tliev'll probably have Ihe
.Jiildren ti;nlin.: ma whenever I
i.-.ivt* tha bouae, I iin-ught yes-
i. I had tia". Them softened
ad The\' have
no me i
While I wolfed my miserable
drop of cold soup, the bodyguard
linajered long nnd hMtinffJy over a
huge plale nf hors-d'eeuvres. fol-
lowed b\ sleak and kidney pudding
i( h rnatba
And I mi paytnfl for U all.
in.uk vou!
S.i 1.ii I haven't told I
Tomalo Juice
Halibut sagahl i nru puUlaev
Froaen peaa or fresh eaullllower
Grilled mnahrooma on haH allee
or toast. Blark coffer
MY SIXTH DAY
(What I Will eat)
BREAKFAST
Slice of melon (or \ irapelruit)
I larnmon raabrr grlllrd. with
taaaaloes
3 slices toast, scraping or honr\
Tea
I.I'NCH
1 poached egg on splnarh
1 roll and butter
Stewed prunes or fig* ino -Mictr:
Ceffre with milk
DINNER
1 cup clear *oup. Cold meat
1 baked potato (t>mall> wHh tln
piece ol hutler
The InevlUble green salad
I apple or nr*nge Black roffer
L.E.S
. Joke. Got it?"
FoutentHigh rang off.
Or.f Ihittfi ajggaj wiothrr
IT was. they said, a Greek
wine And I believed them
i an ugh reain had been
Rhovad into il. when young, to
5i nk a battleship. In Cette It
would have been roruilden-d I
maslerpie..' in fael I have redd
thai .lettvilien the making of
Baaalaa wine. The only Greek
Bring withy of me cornea from
K.phesi.i. II U nn Attic wine, and
he who drinks il murmurs that
nauntlng line of Matthew Arnold:
Lone Doull* and Ihe hloh
(VphiMian nale. ...
In Mltylenc I once dronk a wine
with the amusing name Bacchus
Sec. It came. I suppose, from
.Santorin irf the Cyclades. where
they make their wine by night; ihe
island which kindled Flecker')
imagination.
WVur/om of lhf agr*
A horse>fiy In a oarooc is not
mart ridiculous than fhe hose
<>f a A re* brigade summoned lo
rj-trtcall The head of a n'ater-
carrier frotn between park-
| ralUngs.
(Sayings of Shabash-Ibn-Daoul
,1 Bagdad).
1. u*t ihain back ? it)
v. Fre to in sbuui letting gfai
10. g
is. deen _
M. 1. >!> the resulST il.
It Climb sod oitst amona saopi
ti. A.i.i.n wtio maana someth:
In addition to her. 161
Dawa
1. nid. maaur mao frosn
member of the clan. (9)
i. Juat refill. IB)
S. At Ihe fabuloua bird. euQU-n i
debts. IB)
4. ranen al Hie bar. ()
.v Merelv a pooL <*>
d Ten atosasaa. ()
7. Hulio. oosoa in I L (01
n tou baaa grouodi for ppuni
It Si 13. Trap
i for defence. (Si
I* mu IB. *. BO. VeVterta* P
Uirlr B4. WtllT , Una D*w l
OPISISf. SSIIB4%
4.458.3JP.M. Conlinu.ng Daily
LEO
Jnly 84Aog. *2
)* TIROO
a 1.1. a-Unt. as
LIBRA
(apt 24Oct. S
Ralher skir
endeavours. Accept your duties In w
ityle; be mindful you aren't ~
I0OIPI0
Oct 24Mot. 1>8
SAOITTABUUB
Ubra's manL
the only one anxious to achieve
* *
Stars advise reviewing. 5trengthenlng your *^
methods up lo sundown. Don't embark on
new ventures unless sure you have proper ^
formula KtWi afler 8 p.m can bring "
pleasure.
__ Curb likely unrealistic ideas. Be idealis-
Nov. 23Dec, 22 tically motivated both In personal and busi-
ness matters for safely gainful ends. Fo- .Arj
mance needs extra care.
CAPRICORN Some ideas, propositions may be tempting ^C
Dec. 23 Jan. 21DUl conscience forbids. Don'l talk flrst.
think afterward. Logic will help avoid
mistakes. -*
* if *
AQUAttlOB Excellent for general endeavours. Invest-
T.n *--reta -inmcnts well checked. Freshly favoured
Jan. IS rsa. 20 r,nanccs ^ lonf.term merit. P.M. fine ^
for heart Interests, home activity.
if yr ir M
Helpful aspects for most trades, civic and
children's possibilities. Labour, employer*
have much in common and can make this .V
day a memorable one. Give-and-take
favoured.
? YOU BOFN TODAY are natural leaders and, while con- 1*>
servative, are very active, with fine reserve vitality and power
. to put over good' ideas. Are magnetic, generou* and proud.
J-T Seldom selfish, nothing underhanded in your makeup. Minn- -^
date: John Ericsson. Swedish-Amer. naval engineer
agaagay *
piacEg
Feb. 21Msreh 2n
MOTICE
The GardenSL James
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PI 4/ 1
BARBAREES iDIAL 5170)
Rupert's Spring Adventure3
CARIBBEAN PREMEIRE>\
FRIDAY 2.30. 4.45 ft 8.30 P.M ,'
Ru Niafj ovir 10 look *t
(h obrt *hriw lhf hre lui been.
nd R-per: ISM him jboui th*
mvHcnoui ip ol noke. 'Tn
vr odd." Ui* link moots.
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tict. I'sa an tv, on ii all
our' Pons-Ping. ">d he iceou
SLL HlfM
10 be in bal I .
old I'txin-Pitit." an Paipiii
" I'l go and try tsi chaar (
up. nJ pathape he can aspUai
Imr black pauriei." Biasnirif ofl.
he finds hia pal busy beside the
ih>ck badge .hit urrounda kit
houst.
ggaggraa
IX sum h
.lit Assortment of -
LADIKS' NYLON HOSK
LADIKS' NVLACE HOSE
LAMES' LISLE HOSE ..........
CHILDREN'S ANKLETS .........
ALSO -
NEW SHIPMENT OF . .
MEN'S WILSON FELT HATS
$2.09. $2.15, $2.28. $2.41
................................... M.50
................................ $1.31
JO. 32 CENTS
$S.40
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FRED ASTAIRE ^ vera-elun marmorie main
T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
DIAL *220
YOUR SHOE STORES
DIAL 4606
"Wr wish to advise our ciistomei*
Ihul our Workshop Dcparlnn-nt will be
closed Irom Tuesday 5lh AugHat l
Monday ISIh Aueusl. 1952. both days
inclusive, in order to Rive our Work-
shop Star! their Annual vacation. There,
will he a small relief staff on duly for
liny emercencies. Our Office, Parts
Department and Petrol Station will be
open as usual."
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
BAY STREET
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IIAKIUDOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE
Sugar Levy
Proposed
/In S. Africa
^_ CAPETOWN.
Proposals for a levy on tuna'
in South Africa, to be paid (or
by the consumers, wlih the pro-
ceeds coins to finance the Govern-
ment's attempts to cut down it*
sugar imporU still further, are
meeting with considerable criil-
eiarn in Cape Town.
The Government wants to erect
a sugar mill on Its Pongola sugar
estate. In Zululand. To pay for
this, it proposes to lery one-eighth
of a penny a pound on consumers,
which il Is estimated would
more than 400.000 n year.
Nearly CtOO.OOO has already
bean spent on developing the
Pongola esUte and on irrigation
schemes there. Least season's pro-
duction of sugar can.- amounted
to 12,479 tons. Considerable ex-
pense was entailed in delivering
il from this remote estate
On*- of the reasons why the
South African sugar Ind
does not regard the Pongola
scheme as economic is because of
the lack of raU and other trans-
port facilities Producers also say
That the output in the estate at
present is not big enough to jus-
tify n mill
diver iiment spokesmen, how-
ever, believe that there are great
possibilities in the estate. Mr.
J. G. Strydom. Minister of Lands,
i tn ites that maximum produc-
tion of sugar when the estate is
fullv o.veloped will be 30.000 Inns
a year. Mr. E. 11 Louw, Minister
of Economic Affairs. Is more
optimistic and puts the figure at
35,000 to 40,000 tons a year.
Warning
Mr. Louw has warned that
in ten years' time, South
Africa will produce 150,000
tons of sugar a year leas than
it consumes. It is therefore
in the public mien-: that tha
development of the Pongola
MUld be undertaken.
But comnirni.il inter. i hive
not been interested in the Pon-
gola scheme. An Italian concern
did once undertake to erect a mill
at Pongola. but later found itself
unable to supply -ithcr the capi-
tal or 'He niant.
One of the reasons why the
sugar industry believes the Pon-
gQgi n at future
IS thai uOaCulL A
railway link to 'he estate is being
considered, but at present cane
hat to be carted from the planta-
tion by road for distant c I
from 17 to 24 miles. The cost of
- -norl alone ranges from
Jl Id to Ifls 8d. per ton.
Objection*
Other objections to the levy
proposal to finance the mill art on
political ground*. Many people
point out thai this Is a way of
ffg to HiWllfcJ OUI Of rUTe llli luIUl."
LqndM Bnan p antta
VtW>adtgIi ChungeH
His Mind
LONDON. July SO.
The British Foreign Office said
that Prime Minister Dr. Moham-
med Mossadegh proposed to the
British that there should be arbi-
tration in the oil dispute. This
suggestion was withdrawn soon
afterwards without expLiiurtlon
The offer was made over the
week-end by Mossadegh -to the
British Minister to Itan, George
Middle! on.
The British official said that the
British attitude was unchanged.
Britain continued ready to nego-
tiate over a settlement
_______________________________P.T.
raising money for Ihc Government
outside the tax system. It Is con-
sidered as concealed taxation and
dangerous, precedent
Other people declare that con-
sumers are to be forced to
shareholder!, in a State Industry.
They will receive no dividends
and no interest on their enforced
investment.
Government spokesmen point to
the recent sugar shortage
Africa as proof of the need for
increased production If sugar
had been imported to l
shortage, the".
been landed at double the local
price,
*U I*
Housing Board Will
Approach Government On
Aided Self-Help Scheme
AND
WHY THEY'RE
OVEN-BAKED
THE HOUSING BOARD is lo approach Government
with :i 'lew to getting them set up I Committee lo draft
toi starting an experimental Aided Sell-Help SVIume
at Clinketts. St. Lucy as recommended by the Kana :
Secretary in his n| recent visits <.( inspection end
study of bowing in various West Indian islands.
It was pointed out that while il wren .1 matter for the
Executive Committee, the Committee which was to be set
up should comprise 1 lln- Mana .1 1 the Ii
representatives: from the Agricultural Department, the
Public World Department, the Social Well..... Department
and the Education Department.
Mr. Adams mentioned the bBI I l. Committee's
efits which were derived from Aid- niHaetfon to sell in,
nl Self-Help Schemes in Jamaica alternative sutujestions
where he had seen It In operui.ou forward at the meeting yesterday,
a few years aau. and emjihaslscd One. by Him. F. C. llutwrn. that
that the "sooner Barbados not on "lie matter bo referred to the
with such an experiment, the bet- Exei-ulivi- Committee with a sof-
ter il would be," and he UMaigM J8**00 teal the land be pxchttired
that CliDkctts was a good ptaee '"r anether more uaeful area; the
to atart. '"'"' '>> Miss Amo. that Mr.
Mr. Lashley reported 011 the "r'->ks u- granted a lone lease.
...cthods on which similar schemes ,U^?"I'T recommenilation which
are operated In Puerto Rico and nc" 1B"a """I'd to was that the
Antigua where he ha a 11. ....turn II reconstructed
visiled. and supported the Chair- * "" v"SaJnfu^ <* *>-
man that such a scheme shoulj ^^^J^ ', "' T """
ae emuunuted. question of road, | houalnK ar-ai
mTtoS accept .,,!, ?L!?27& rz? "".,-
recommendation b, the Se, ,e. %SZgS&
to apply for assistance under the On this point, it ., decided to
American Point Four Promamn.c rater the matter fc aSTgaWet
for the purpose of sending a team CernmlBee asking for directive
from Barbados to study the an the question of the width of
various aspects of Aided Self- roads in the area as laid down bv
Help Schemes in Puerto Rico. the General Hoard of Health It
It was stressed that Included ted out that where amatl
the team should be a social lead- n-nantnes were concerned the
er In one of the Villaae Cumrauiil- question of the size of roads should
ties. e based not on any deflulu-
Kiiianrial Report ""'there should
The Board accepted the linan- }?,'A^J2',ud<' *"'> Houa-
c.l report oi Ihe Maiamer- '%h*U0Ji,1' ,
Secretary on the recenllv erected '^JS?,?1 ^accepted a re-
7 houses at the Hay Estate, an ,. ',.':'',",',''b, "" tommltta.
accepted the recommendation ,ZL,T^ " ""*
-he M,3Eer that the rent, fo, !o, ,',.';.',, *. 55 "ST
the three sized houses should 1. Hay gstale at tho
JlJto. (1.50 and $1.S11 per reel)
"Si?, ""if- a ., Scllinc Tenantries
This recommendation will be
referred to the Executive Com- i usaed the qucs-
mittee (or their -.filing out of lurgv ex-
approval. ' m the city area
The Man.iger-S.cr.-t.iry lh*eet of concern
plained to the Board that the 47 "il nmncr of tenants in 1*1-
houaea were built at a total < "" wh,cn """ the
Colomal becretary icnt u Miiiu;o
to tha i,.......
I", n nimbi who made rewv_
. v-TV.U ''""" Bwretaiy
.......', tw the mattar,
at a rale Of i* K,yru ,,y C-overnment in the-
". event the liind was set up f
nd tcnatitji were unable to raise
ponhaae
1 haco |j in iak#i nil the
ililTcrr- ii uurlil With
I. an-. thetn 1"
trnder .. ^oodne* un-
ohtain in an\ nllirrway.
I: km be Hum tivotqjfa
Mini tl |hf I ii iii- oal the
full bean llavor. 'Iliai'n wU\
11< in/ l.ian-.ir< I )\-n-l..il.i-il
to give you 11K'"me-1 ieani
rou ever taelnl.
of S93.48S. The cost of bulldlnit
two-room house was $1,S16.2'J.
threv-iejotn house,
a four-room house
He pointed out further that tl
uibsidy involved wi
lAm interest.
maintenance and Insurance wer
takea Into roniMaiallan
The- Manager-Secretary also In- Dl unihw niiittei
formed the Board that he h; I wnlek waa postponed pending
written to tho Financial Sen '"rrnation, the Mantfw
tary rejattvt to the insurance of "i UaOsBee he had
the hounes. and submitted the In,""e than 3/rt)0 applications, a
Bifuroii ni which the- neptctlva ''"'' Bwaber of which wan
Hied housGi were covered. iresaiiui cases, and that tho further
Recommendation* ^-V,^!, ,P lrna^"** would
The Boa &*** ,he *K'll" consider,
of reconunendaUons submitted bj rh0 ,n,jrit _._ Ia(u_ B< ,n
*L!?y ^^"^T^ -hether'^'c^of n^toS tlS
which Wae a iruueat...,, t,t , -^ lmm Sli,.(| liina*r(ft.
nmn area covering about J "a iicrv; woold not be in excau of the
on the Bay Estate to the east of coat of the anUnj ten.intry. tt act
Culloden Road (CbeMoo Areu 'i> for sale.
Certain members of the- Board
.|^^c for llsure'i In connection with
I'M* point, and It was decided lo
j"lp<>ne consideration pending
ten uifoi'i
Further cmi.wder.ilion waa fiven
t-ained as a playing Held.
The Board also decided that In
the event that the Wanderer."
Cricket Club vacate their i.eld .
the Bay Estate that area shou! 1
be u esceptlon of a small portion be- i>lt uueation of rwomniendlim
.. i a :i hind and alongside of xn<- ll. -
Eitate House.
During the brief discussion on
thLi recommendation. Mr. G. )l
Adams, Chairman of the Boar
pointed out that Covtmnw.i me wKhln
were not asking, or did they hav
'any intention of asking Wand'*-
on' to give up their field, bit)
j was only a matter of whether the
I did vacate It on their own de
Icision.
amendment to the 1'ut.lic
ll.-alth Act in conn.el.on with the
lexluction of the minimum area
I land for a house spot, and the
.iew that
uch an amendment should not
the nmbr of t] I
He id It was
leeith Bill, but snould be
lealt with under the Town and
Planning Bill.
The Board postponed ronatder-
n of the apptication i
i. M. II
ivltable th Peofrie .i-r-tivr Trading
HEINZ
OVEN-BAKED
BEANS
jcxL 'retained, and he wanted to mak
that that would eppl;
i in the ease of the Wanderers' UM
iinleaa they removed to some oth<
.,.
I The Board postponed
jUon of another recommendatii
J by the Committee "that a m;
triangular area of lend 1 <. nubinit to the
eastern end if Beettoa H .: -F.xscuUre Commil-
sold to Mr. Brooks, the owner add for tru-
th- Chelston [at. ''' i
The matter wan deferred
^ive some membera of I I rils year
Society, for permlsMon U, run
> Ptne ">'..itr. as well
queatlor.
f fioMf for tha er etion of 'H
hop The mattar wax
rred to give the scretarv
i-rt-i.r. uifiir'n.i-
from the Co-operatives
Officer.
the matter should be dealt wiih
lmim-dKiUU
Salaries
The Board considered ami
agread on certain ncommenda
uding s.il tries for tin
Slafl of tin- Housing Board, and
the^r recommendations are to be
i to the civil Bervta
'ii which IS to ennsid.i
and report on salary ineie., .
for the Suborduiale Stall of the
Service.
. -.1 Buslnaaa the-
question of rumours that mem-
bers of the subordinate start >(
the Housing Board were being
offered briiN- to enable perwfjwa
to so ure ipoti EM hou
dim .'I
The Becretan pointed out thi.
there could \*- little or no vnliditv
In Burh rumours because th"
eleetion of ptraoni lo In I i
rested with .< BelecHon Commit
tee. and not with on member f
the subordinate staff.
Tho point was also raised thai
there might be some truth In the
statement thai some persons did
offer money to members of the
sulsordinate stall, and It was de-
cided that it should he made
clear thai any member of the stafl
who took part In anything which
savoured of bribery, surh mem-
ber would be diMnissed.
It wit* decided that notice-
should i-c published bl all sec-
tions of the Press, drawing atten-
tion to the public that anv
...tempi at bribery would dis-
I .. h npUeant tree
bideration by the Board.
Before she bugtnaai of the
meeting of the Housing Board
was begun yesterday morning.
Mr O. 11. Adams, Chairman of
the Board, ond Mr. John Berkle
took opportunity to express iwi
Uli.ilf of the Bouril sun i
dolence to Hon. F.C Hotion Oil
the death of hi* n lher whk i
took place n-rrntly.
Mr. Beckles also took the ..|>_
purlunlly to welcome Mr Ail.nn
liick tn the enlony after his visit*
to Berlin and l/iiulon. Where he
attended an Investiture Ceremony
at Buckingham Palace, and e*-
pressed the hope that srhOB I I'
Mr Adtimi visits Umdnn. he
would bow before Her Majesty
tho Queen who would rest her
nldem nnd
command him to "Arise S.r
Grantley."
It.rplying Mr. Adams said al
IhOIIgh he "ii idered II an hraioti
lie\enhelee, hm etuty towarde hi-
people came lift, and if he
ataauld > bo honoured, he erauM
consider it only as a result of hrl
duties to the people of R.irhadu
as a pcraonal achieve-
ment.
He pointed out however, thai
from a ouri eke.I |,y IP
bo lered that eve.)
io Court Circles. Barbados wa-
not Bonatdared |ue| a del on ihi
map. but was recognised in the
Court Cir-Je*
\-liomh Process
Reversed liy
Physicist
NEW YOltK. July 29.
U.S. atomic scientists said hen-
today that the lUlian nuclei"
physicists who had succeeded In
exploding hydrogen to make
helium were apparently using '
method the exaei oppxite of shut
employed In the production of UM
atom bomb. (Italy's Defence Mlr.-
isliT Rnndolfo Pact iardl announnvl
last night that Itallnn scientist*
had exploded hydrogen to make
helium, but denied tha newspapei
report that lUly had successfully
tcded tlv- hydrogen bomb).
American scientists, who naked
not to be quoted by name, said that
lT.,feasor Ubaldo Losohi. the
Italian in charge of hydrogen ex-
:,ight h.ive been bom-
irtiniing hydreigrn with Its radlo-
actl.e Isotope.
c.r.
Spiritual
Intellect Can
Save Man
BeOSTON
Spiritual undemanding alone
can pierce to-daj
. .
S4Ud
ALxit T.MK) Chrtesttai
"^ghout the we
the Directors' special message a:
the Annual Meeting oi Phi
Mothei Church. The ftl
rf Csotss, Identag iktstew
MaaaacgM

iiupniiut> alone will never solve
BBBBBsdnd*! dee:--
had th-'"- Ihe i .
right adju
aedattels ava
"Not mimt>cr nor human
mlajhl but Tniiti--spinui.ii under-
Ntiinding- ii il e powet
mold the world
, M.'li
Church for ihe coming year wa*
I
'v I -igland. Assoei te K.'M. i .
IBai e brtettnil Si kmoe religious
.
be tore then *0
,..,..
toeoher,
t hri.l Km Cham.
"The keynote of thLs i.niniv 1*
not chaos but Christ
sssd "We*
lad deetructton have
dated tvttt the i g half ,>t tha
century, but progreM
Bttd spirituiill/ntioii will
. ,i
" I'"......
i phuvd l>. ;i ltu.il concept o'
creation I I
Mm. Lnra C. Rattwon, Rt tlrll
en!
lecognltton th.it <>plhtual en.i,;ht-
eoroent, and spiritual anllghterv
ment alone, will lil"t out the
materialism v.linii b trie source
of all contusion and of iii.iiil.iniis
multiplied probleini..
sin- added aT<
e Idol] ecoMmuletlnaj at tdeisM U
terms of Chiutian lu'almg. '.hat
Ing Is available to humsnitv to-
Ke| I'ttin.il icported eg the
'.-n -flung i itanoinl-
nation, which hns
througliout the Unite.! n
In 41 other coup
Growing public eeiigenm of
"plhlual healing was neted bj
Uurdon V. Cornel tick of Th.
Mother Church. Currerrl church
it'conU, he said, incl |
Momies. of Chrtstian Beta
iiKS of arthritis .
itoae. Infantile
tones, carious l.une-# and llesh.
1 i iiklng and
smoking
Riuht Of I- x.-iiipiion
Oeorge Chaniung, Man.igei o
Christian aWenee Cornrnitteei m
I'uhiicati.m. reported
ofhcial state and local rocogjnttoa
Of th.- nglit of the liidiMlii.il t
a fro in I
physical in goud
failh on ii
oi the public
,-.
inde that tl i
* tele ni dk K.....id there ere
w-eaa.
iteiier totalling nme eaoo.ooo
i '
tl ee to .mi idfei
en in the KaaesavMigpouii v.iiie.
flood. Ro\ < I V. rl on, Trens-
euei of The Mothei Churil
aniieuiiceil.
ther Held, the Chtlitlgn
i i imp Wi If a re
disclosed th.it mo
Workers were minlater-
Irfg In hospitalized veterans and
members of the aimed forces. In
addition, thirteen Christian
Belenee chaplelna tin.,
m Korea wen- on .nine dul\
with troops.
Fishermen
Prefer Nylon
OTTAWA
nylon.
Anil now the federal fisheries
research l.....
' I o ii why. It seems nylon gill

on Lake Win-
nipeg last longer, lake leas clean-
ing and catch more I '
i lag iu |
in- Ashing opt

MO lake in a shown i i
I | rating uf the
. nylon gill nets used by
.( the fleherrnen is far
Hat ! of that of eottim nets uf the
During the IP50-51 season nylon
.e-ts caught i7 ji-mnds per 100
\ards of m >< j with 17
pounds caught by COftOn nets.
That la a ralio of
Board an opportunity to see Che
; area for themselves.
The CominilU-e in making thl .
I the amall area waa useless
.Board.
ould not

d tl I in ee much
al housing was an important Item
NANTON TO STUDY
AGRICULTURAL
ECONOMICS
i.RFNAIM. July 30.
V !{ t. N.irUon. Sniierinten ant of Agriculture, leaves by air
for Trinidad tomorrow enroute to
r HrasanoBO Col-
i year*e. study of
fi a Colo-
nial Ofnce scholarship award
Mrs. Nanton sccompanies him.
Nylon ( ..m in More
-\ ..iriiii.ii M-t at
lor ehowed that nylon note
iii types a
f'>h per 100 yard
iis in peetoa i
- I i irtlcularly
.
bloom*'the colored alime that
fills the lake during
sej.sona----mii.-ht have eul
iiUclency ratio of nylon last year
hi any event. Hie nylem DOtg
i. .i R'-rfl ni'ord. In
addition, reaearrhors discovered
that nsherrnen frequently leave
nylon nets In place throughout
the season while they i; .
nets at least ofatai to -ti y. The rot>
eueUUes of the nylon
nets permitted thi* pt
The major iiiinplatnl of the
nylon was
that it was ham
net during weather.
hold as m

in the air. members Of
search team said.
I'lr-.'
]UST ONEand aren't we enjoying oui.r.e.'
Baby wonders what all the futt it about on this
particular day the toyt, the new frock, the cake
and this lovely, lovely candle but what fun !
And what a happy year It hat been on the a
for everyone particularly since we put baby on
Cow A Gate. Steady progress abounding health
peace and contentment.
Yes carry on. baby, with that charming smile
- at least we have given you a good start I
COW & GATE &0-&5
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I'lK DISH I s
I ISII OK MKAT
PLATTEBS
CASSEROLES
SAUCE BOATS
and 2t> Pieee Dinner
Services in PYREX
The above extensive
selection is also
available in I MITHEN-
WARE.
BAMBABOS
CO-OIK VOTTO.X
I ICIOItY LTMP.


PACE FOUR
slARRADOS ADVOCATE
TinnsnAV. m.v ai. is;
BARBADOS *& ADVOCATE
slsss.* s? * UraM LM Hill - BraSss
Thuraslay. July 31, 1542
lit:\im\(.
THE report of the Public Librarian fo.
the rail ended on the 31st March 1951
records the total number of adult and
juvenile registered, borrowers of books al
24.746.
Less than one ninth of the island's total
population borrows books from the head-
quarters Library, the Speightslown Library
and the seven deposit stations. But the reg-
ular borrowers of books seem to read wide-
ly because no less than 178,150 issues of
books were made at the headquarters adult
department during the year. How many of
the 14.526 reRistered borrowers withdraw
books is not mentioned so that no conclu-
sions can be drawn as to percentage of
actual borrowers.
It is interesting to note that whereas 1,577
new borrowers were reRistered 6.077 less
issues were made at the headquarters adult
department than in the previous year.
On the other hand 4,369 more issues were
made in the juvenile department of head-
quarters than in the previous year and
membership increased by 1,206 to 6.622.
The Speightstown Branch Library now
has 835 adult and 613 juvenile members
and 12.992 books were issued during the
year.
At the deposit stations it is impossible
to meet in full the demands of the young
readers. And it is very significant that there
are more than 798 more juvenile than adult
members who make use of the stations.
This appetite for reading on the part of
the juvenile inhabitants of the country dis-
tricts would seem to justify the formation
of more, school libraries than now exist.
Since the duties of issuing books, register-
ing borrowers and keeping the necessary
statistical records of the deposit stations
are now undertaken for the most part by
elementary school teachers, the growth of
school libraries would seem to be a natural
evolution from the existing system. A
school library department was started in
October 1949 and 28 schools are now re-
ceiving books through the department.
During the year 8,135 children received
books in this way. This figure is quite
startling when compared to the total num-
ber of 8,709 juvenile borrowers registered at
headquarters, Speightstown and the six
deposit stations.
. The statistics of book circulation at the
Public Library and all its branches during
the years 194651 record a drop in books
issued to adults from 208,510 in 1948 to
194,^62 in 1951. Juvenile readers after
reaching 76,289 dropped to 65,906 in 1949
but had reached 76,138 in 1951.
Combined totals of book circulation show
a substantial decrease from 280,038 in 1948
to 270,798 in 1951.
' The classification of books at headquar-
ters read by juveniles show the appeal that
sociology is having on young minds.
Whereas religious books were circulated
on 2,806 occasions during the year and
there were 3,881 circulations of books
dealing with applied science there were
4.871 issues of books dealing with sociol-
ogy. History by comparison only received
1,500 circulations. Fiction, however, still
is the favourite reading of juveniles at
headquarters and received 35,895 circula-
tions as compared with 25,946 issues of
non-fictional works.
. The adult reader at headquarters also
displays greater enthusiasm for sociology
and philosophy than for religion, although
the main interest of adults in non-fictional
work is claimed by applied science.
There were 15.517 issues of books deal-
ing with applied sciences during the year,
8,472 dealing with sociology. 6,889 with
rilosophy, and 5,928 with religion.
In Speightstown on the other hand, in-
terest in applied science was followed by
interest in religion, philosophy, biography
and fine arts, before sociology. Adults at
headquarters also show interest in bio-
graphy there being 6,526 circulations.
', Only 4,381 circulations, however, were
made of books dealing with history. Fiction
continues to hold sway over the adult as
over the juvenile mind, there being 100,579
issues of fiction at headquarters as com-
pared with 77,571 issues of non-fiction.
What conclusions are to be made from
some of the statistics in this report? First
the total number of 16,037 registered adult
borrowers uf a public library in a commun-
ity with a total registered electorate of
95.939 of whom 62.028 actually voted during
the last elections is a subject for deep re-
flection. If almost one sixth of the island's
registered voters are not even registered
borrowers of the public library their know-
ledge of the world in which they live can-
not be said to be extensive. The respons-
ibility of those who do read books is there-
fore increased enormously and the result-
ing danger of acquiring all knowledge
from books becomes real.
The selection of books for reading in the
public library particularly for the juven-
who now form more than half of the
public library's reader* becomes a greater
responsibility than ever. A little knowledge
is a dangerous thing.
John la'ordon In Aimi-M'.i
When A Big Man's
Life-Dreams Perish
> the world.
md dram.
The next down the
lba|i
The Cure
I do not suppose that even i
ivith the Truman tricks.
What does Mrs. Mamie Eisen-
hower think of the future dcatiny
iecms to be shaping tor her'.'
She has played her part through
, Jm tremendous week with a
rauuon you. my youn man. that cnarm . ,!,, y^, na ^p.
see the spots coming ,ured a(1 heartsUiough women
out on you. jump i
the coldei
ay they cannot understand wh,
river you cam find and get your she ^n her hair in these pecu-
temperature down again. lu>r bangs.
Men reputed to be wise are c_ pan |*
I I11CU
fanta t king*
queen*oh vc>\ they have
agents just the sai
TT-.1,!" CSJS* 5T"!" *' K B happened. But
a monarch Is the toughest job In ^^ ^^^ to me u*) ,,
the world. ____ , a ,(, on.
"li.'ftF ?,. *, k. 1 ">> ambition Is a most
he way with them en that, hut dcva5Ung disease to catch, r
i( v..ii hanker after a |oh of the
sort here's a bit of wue advice. .. yo
Should we ever become a
republic and Jmyom. suggest that
you run for President, hit hi
on the head and run like mad.
After a week spent watching pronV'to'tell Innocent" youth that
unfortunate men who have been ^ wty (q -at a trunk In life la SHE nearly fainted in the pro
bitten wi Ing also their pathetic, distracted Bul &.!, T,f, wui be ablo people In one night. All she saw
wives, I assure you that there, Is , IMVn is grandchildren that '" "" "" * " * cm '
no Job you or I would hate ,ust ^.^ true Hi8 trouble waa She calls him Ike to everyone
worse than that ,hal hc wat4,i something too naturally and easily.
Can Yeu Sec It? desperately badly and lost It Only once did anger light hei
lurse w.- in Britain would because of that. '> That " when a woman
,, oWntU. i gjg,gj ^*Jft*$
stout dowagers proceeding down ,**r f*aKe->
Park lane toward* midnight wav-
ing double lift- li-ed pictures of 1 wonder II Ike is happy abou;
mc. \ earing crasy hats it alt. He never seemed to me to i
inscribed "J Ltkm Gordon," an1 be lr>mg very hard. He did not -^hat question to ask a
hunting a v.*.).-. (1,it,..- I...!,1. i-lier" she snapped. The subject
Yrt lh..l la what has been hap- dropped
pening in Chicago every night *0 M^ Americans- and Ike- call her
Mamie. Hut to her daugnv
law and Ike's grandchildren ah
is Mimi.
Her Treasure
HAS her marriage been a sue-
Dinner Jacket Tyranny
LONDON.
Mr. Malcolm MacDonald. Commissioner-
.] for South-East Asia has slapped
clown the old idea that the Pukka Sahibs,
Tuans and Bwanas in the tropics must
ri'k' "thS' alwy wear dinner jacket at night-time.
. fuuonoaoowv'Mnoonna-v^ovM
The Democrats will
like wild cata. The tricks the, ,
Taft machine tried to play on: Mr MacUonald believes in changing into
kin win be nothing compared, evenlrl(, dresshe makes a point of that-
T-1ITT1-HI fs-'ialfc
PAN BOOKS
THE WIDEST SELECTION IN TOWN
On Sale Al----- _,-_,-.,
ADVOCATE STATIOXfcBl
ally to newspaper girls sudd
. asked her if she w
worried over
leavmu foi
I his week.
1 cant imagine Claridges, the
Savoy, or the Bitz til lowing car-
nival processions of brass bands
to walk in at their front doom,
nigh their foyers, and up and
down tholr corridors wtienever
they felt their exuberance rising.
Yet the swank hotels of
Chicago have had to put up with
that all day and halt the night
ell.
Too Tough
Although the town Is not quite
wide open as it used to be, as
a taxi driver lamented to me the
lights sUII go round and round
till the dawn comes up. And
hether you have a dollar or n
million In your pocket you can
get a meal or a drink anywhere
up to 4.30 in the a.m which is
now the legal closing hour.
If you think that is making hfo
a bit too tough, believe me things
are not so bad, for many place-*
which announce that they must
6T keep the lawclose at 4.30
announce also that they will
T-Tr 8Scnlto?',Taft ha. been *m **> "* v? much whclhrr
many months. He has been trav- orJihrM <**?* ,._ v
elt.ng ceaselessly up and down T'f"- ',l' << *"".wK
the American ontlnVnt, showing **lded that the mon*** *%&
himself to the elector.. n* Hlave^ " hlm. WPre u Uule
-Archie '.".' the
pr... .,;ii. tt 1.1 more pay
wilhuut mire production
1'ioi.Jd apply to MPi. loo
-out whn the deuce
POllU more teoula-
cess in a land where marriage*
dnn't seem to las: too long? Thi
answer Is that she still treasure
above all things in the world the
little heart-shaped jewel box Ike
tfave her on their first weddine
..: rUvanavji
if 1 feel a litUe sorry for
Mamie in the rhonths and perhaps
years of little privacy thai lie
thead of her, I cannot help feel-
ing deep sympathy for the InvahJ
Mrs. Taft. In spite of her disabkli.
ties following the strokes she of-
fered 18 months ago. she has
plaved her part in the fight these
fast few days like a very br.ive
woman.
She sat in hrr wheelchair
through endless, nmsy, cxhamUnu
receptions laughing off her trou-
bles vlth the joke that she wai
wiirr. ng about her double chin
showing on the photographs.
I urn sure the week will lM\
i permanent mark upon her. II
seems a pity Hi
were not to be compensated by i
victory for her husband.
How he must hate the sight of
ople now. Poor Senator Taft
uldn't drink a cup of coffee
thout the news being known.
Every time he changed his
pyjamas In n strange town n
.1 columnist regarded_lt as the
scoop of the week,
columnist Is usually
and women columnists are not
l\o. no. no
FOH nearly seven years Gen.
more than he cared to take. He
said so with an asperity most
unusual for him. And behold FOR nearly seven year I
what happens. Down fell tho Eisenhower withstood the Rapub*
walls of Jericho, the Citadel was lienn political suitors before hc
would allow his name to be put
his. forward as prospective candid...c.
The difference )>etwecn Eisen- | new biography,-Man of
ine local nower md MacArahur, who for Destiny" to be published by
"*" all his Indisputable genius would, Heinemann's tomorrow the
, 1 think, bo a disastrous President, juthor. Kevin McCann, lists the
my ideal of pleasant people to if that MacArthui-a driving Noes" as:
m^.t- l_ .'motive in life ts the glm-iftcntion JUNK lf45: "I'm a soldier .
The harassed Scnutoi has had of tSjuArthur, while Ike says nohodv thinks of ine m a politi-
ll11^.8 .."'I10 kct'l'ln* th"n ou|- riulte simply, and believes it. that clan."
-ii Mut he hi- ,.,, lilk,.s hls ,(, senously but JANI'AKV 1947: "Nothinp in
managed to get away with it nvvrr himself. the International or domestic tsiiu-
more easily than most by plead- x^,,, months of MacArthur as atlon especially qualilles for ill-
ing Uiat his invalid, wife must not president ond America would be -nost important office in the worU
quarrelling with tho world. Which r man whose adult years haw
_W is not what either America or the been spent in the country'" mill
world wants or needs. taty forces."
MARCH I94S: He is "consider-
More difficult Infinitely than ,nK the presidency of Columki.i
be disturbed.
It took Senator Taft
months to get his smile fixed on
what I am told is normally a
rather ruthless face. But it took
General Dwight D. Eisenhower anything Truman has expert- University
lust a week to rub it off. enced in office are the days that DECEMBER 11*50: "I'm
Never have I seen so swift and lie ahead for America. And officer on the active list."
pathetic a change in any man. It Kisenhower certainly has a tough And firm Up
seemed to happen in a few hours, journey ahead of him if he is MAT 19??: He consented.
One day Taft was on top of filing to the White House. I. I tl
Puerto Ilico Sliotv* Economic*
And Social Progress
SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico, nym for sugar cane. More than With over one-third of thi
More than 2,000,000 Americans 50 percent, of all Puerto Kican island's total budget being allo
on the sunny Caribbean island of agricultural workers still farm cated to education It Is expected
Puerto Rico are showing bow pro- sugar cane, but pineapple, tobac- that more than 10.000 students
tress toward self-government can co, and coffee are becoming in- each year will be able to receive
be achieved under democratic rreasingly important. spenftc technical training.
stewardship. New dock facilities are being
With the overwhelming rutill- constructed to handle increased In the field of general education
cation ol their now Constitution sluppinn trathc from U.S. ports, a new system of secondary edu-
on March 3. 1952. Puerto Rlcans Passenger traffic through San cation known as the Morovis plan
will govern themselves as a com- Juan's lsla Grande airport is is in operation. Started in the
munwealth under the United steadily on the increase. town of Morovla two years ago
States flag. Eradication of slums and In;- this plan is now being used
Keeping abreast of the progress piuvement of existing housing six other communities and will
in M'lf-government has been the facilities is another ambitious be extended throughout the
conuniu- and social development project undertaken by the gov- island.
of the Island during the last eight crnment. The government has also Under the Morovis plan, see-
years ad tracts of land to which ondary education is made avail-
Faced With the problem of it is moving the best houses from able to students who cannot at-
malnlalnlng over 2,200,000 people shim areas. Central sewage and tend a regular secondary school
in an area of 3.435 square miles water faclUUM are installed by the because of Insdequatc transporta-
(8.931 square kilometers) one, government and provided for the tion facilities or financial short-
of the most densely populated re- new dwellers at low cost. comings,
gions on earththe Puerto Hican The island's Social Programmt-..
government l|is been conducting Administration has also developed Each leackjr meets with hi-
a vigorous economic development a plan by which rural families Mass aJMsej^BfcjjLhours once each
programme. will be able to build their own week Ts na*t of in- inn. i- im-ti
Known as "Operation Boot- homes at an average cost of about by the nBBaB* In teaching i
strap," this programme Is n con- $300, The Administration will other Students receive the equiv-
certed effort to tree the island provide plans, a concrete block slant of secondary school diplomas
from its customary one-and two- nut-chine, and a few simple tools, upon successful completion of
irop agricultural economy. One Administration construction en- their studies.
method has leen to invite U.R. gineers will start the work and Puerto iiuos progress in indus-
businessei to establish new plants supervise construction during its trial cxpansLon and in political,
n Puerto Rico. Initial stages. educational, and social advance-
Over 150 plants have opened Under this plan each family ments has Inaaated the morale of
Ince the programme began live will make a cash payment of only its residents.
years ago Ttwy are producing $20 initially, pay an additional $10 Teodoro Moscoso, chief of the
such varied items as cement, iron when the house is completed, and Island's Economic Development
castings, candy, textiles, shoes ihen pay about $2.50 a month Administration, says:
pottery,'and rndio sets. over a 10-year period. "Our greatest asset is the won-
Despite this rapid industriallza- The Puerto Rlcan government derful fact that with no resources
tion, ajnculture is still dominant, is atso expanding its educational to speak of, a people who should
Bul hs;re. too, diversification is facilities so that its cltiaens will be desperate have great hope."
being encouraged. The Island's be able to assume more responsi- (I'.S.A. Territories A Po-sses-
agriculture is no longer a syno- ble positions. sions)
but he leaves the jacket at home.
Recently, Mr. MacDonald looking cool and
trim, went to hear American singer Helen
Traubel Me wore black trousers, white shirt,
black tie, but, as usualno jacket.
Hide-bound old-timers, sweltering in their
coats, spluttered over their whisky sodas.
They even protested openly at what they
considered was his lack of adequate dress.
Now he has forcibly answered his sar-
torial critics in a letter to the Straits Times.
CallinK on Malaya to "break with the
tyranny of the dinner jacket", he asserted
that "fine Imperial statesmen and shining
incuts who happened also to be sensible
men" had discarded their coals in other parts
of the Commonwealth. His critics continued
Mr. MacDonald, seemed to think that a
jacketless evening dress was a "crude inno-
vation."
"It is nothing of the kind. For a long
time, various sunny parts of the British Conv
monwealth accepted as evening dress for
men a black tie. white shirt, black cummer-
bund, black or white trousers and no coat".
This was the regulation wear at dinner
parties, during the hot weather, at Govern-
ment Houses, including those of Indian pro-
consuls, he stated.
"If the critics had arrived wearing a coat
for dinner at these Residencies, they would
have been politely de-coated and regarded
as ignorant of the proper dress for gentle-
men.
"Dinner jackets are designed for cool clim-
ates, not for the tropics. The dress looks
more aesthetically pleasing without the
superstructure of a white jacket which con-
tributes nothing to the effect except an occa-
M*m;il awkward bulge, and frequently
trickles with perspiration".
Mr. MacDonald's letter follows a recent
incident when members of a stage touring
party who were entertaining troops
Malaya were refused entry into an army
mess because Ihey were not wearing evening
dress.
The Manchester Guardian in a leader
headed "Political Undress" says:
"The Commisioner-General's behaviour in
Malaya has always been 'unofficial' in a far
wider than the sartorial sense. By his swim-
ming parties, with Asian students, his hos-
pitality to all sorts of Asian people, and his
refusal to join clubs which exclude Asian
guests he has trodden hard on the corns of
Europeans who are finding it impossible to
move with the times. The relinquishing of
the dinner-jacket on ail except State occa-
sions by high persons in Singapore can do
little except make them a little more human
in the eyes of the ordinary Chinese. Indians
and Malays. There may have been Asians
and even Britishat the notorious concert
who could not afford a dinner-jacket, and
the more Britain's representatives identify
themselves with such average people the
better. Less stuffiness and exclusivity on the
part of offlelal personages in Malaya will
make Britain's declared mission there^the
establishment of a democracya good deal
less difficult of fulfilment.
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To The Editor. The Adroroif pcr80nallv I thought, and Mr. Firstly the riota broke out In
SIR. In veslerdiiys issue_ ol Hewitt agreed, triat this match I-ahore. in Pakistan. That is an
the Adt-orale O.N Looker en ti- wa> a private affair financed by internal affair in Pakistan and
the composition of tho tne B.C.L. and myself for the India has nothing to do with ft
purpose of giving the D.C.L. side Your news headline as 'Indian
Riots Broken-Up' la very mis
of
B (' A Intermediate slda
ing that only five players were Additional practice
worthy of their places and he
i the method used by
the B.C.A. in aeleetinc Us* team
In raplj may I he permitted to
he side Is an entirely
'^.iir. The Secretary of
the 11C L. asked me for a fixture
against C. F. Hci-rison A Co. Ltd.
I resisted this suggestion as
Harrisoi.- MM too weak a com-
bination, in my view, to oppose To The Editor, The -4drocole
Om B.CX Mr. Hewitt then agreed SIH With reference to yout
a match gainst Inter- news item "Indian Riots Broken- R C Mt'RTY MS... Dip. Lib
mediate players selected by me. Up" on page six of the Barbados Y.M.C.A..
Incidentally, five of llic players ^dvoraie dated July 2Dth. 1M2. Pinfold Street.
IBM look part, play for the I would like to draw the follow- 29th July. 1W2.
Yours faithfully,
W r, 1IOYOS.
' Drxt.Tville".
Belleville.
30th July. 1952.
Riot*"
^Immediate Independence"
LONDON.
IF resolutions put down by two local
Labour parties were accepted by the British
Labour Party annual conference in Septem-
ber, the next Socialist Government would be
committed to grant "immediate independ-
ence" to all British colonies and dependenc-
ies.
These resolutions, however are unlikely
to be approved by the main body of the
Labour Party.
Other resolutions call for the withdrawal
of all British troops from Malaya and other
colonies. One says that the dependent terri-
tories should be offered instead "technical
and material assistance to help in their de-
velopment."
Some of the views expressed in these reso-
lutions are clearly against the general trend
of opinion in the LabourParty. One. for in-
stance, calls on the Party to urge the with
drawal of British troops from Korea.
More in line with present opinion in the
Party are two resolutions calling for long-
term development of the Commonwealth
and Colonies to enable this country to be-
come independent of United States supplies.
This is also seen as a means of raising the
standard of living of Commonwealth and
i:il people and solving the "greatest
problem facing the world, namely the inter-
national economic unbalance."
A number of resolutions deal with the
question of the Federation of African Terri-
tories. Most of them express the view that
there should be no federation without full
leading People here might not be
accustomed to differentiate be-
tween India and Pakistan, but
we must admit the fact that thev
are two independent countries
and news headings like the one; consultation of the Africans in those lerri-
ln todays paper can create a lot.
of mistrust among the different WTBBfc
sections of Indians here.
Yours sincerely.
The South African Government is severely
attacked for its racial discrimination and
segregation policies. Many local Labour part-
ies are against any form of colour bar
"wherever it operates."
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TIUJBSDAV. JUI.V 31, USJ
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE FIVE
Jury Disagree Over Shooting Attempt Verdict
Jury Discharged:
Case For Re-trial
son-in-law took the revolver out
of his hand and put him out. At
the lime Hope Mid that Llnton
was his wile and he was making
sport.
This ww corroborated by Win-
Held Trotman, his son and Collin
AFTER deliberating three hours at the Court of Grand Ed*0'11 "* wn-ln-taw.
Sessions yesterday over a case in which Cariton O'Brien in,i?SS"dTio^m w?
Hope was charged with attempting i shoot with intent to lo hlm when he said that he had
murder Ursil Lmton, his former reputed wife of Dayrells been making sport.
Road, on February 23, a tury told His Lordship Mr Justice While giving evidence Edshiii
G. L. Taylor that there was no possibility of their agreeing h8d Xtl** as>,cdk',om ,hr. w",
un a vmlirt ^^ -*'=--...k nets box when ^ sagged and
on d verdict. ___ se-mod about to collapse.
This was at 9 p.m. and after commenting that it seemed
a simple case and he saw no reason why they could not Threat
agree at a verdict, His Lordship discharged the'iurv. The -.cpl cl505h?s Sw,1>' E ,l,p
-------...:n i--------fi.j nUcIc Rnck Sub Station s.iiil tha'
Farouk May
Leave Soon
LADY SAVAGE OPENS
SOCIAL CENTRE
isi I OF CA.'Kl Juh IB
. Parouk >f Kgypi pent
an rxiir on ft
From I'.ir 1
elan soil, sleeping in ' Matt trading, also sewing and cooking
hotel room here: but indication* elaagea be organised,
were lii soon he "ft ;s the inteniion of the Com-
Reporta that Parouk mmaa of the St. George's Social
planned to leave short 1> mmt ^.mrc Ihiil il be run on similar
that fund, and I look upon the
commu'ulv central as being corn-
shows, concerts, lecture-. plementar>' 'd P*'1 ' ,hl*
case will be retried
Counsel for Hope was Mr. E. W, in 1I6. Hope
Barrow, while Mr. F. E. Field, on living together.
Acting Attorney General, prose- had several Quarrels
cuted for the Crown. unions.
Hope had been charged on two She had been friendly
counts. The second count was Hope when hi
ed support from the I
ia of mot.- than -i'11 otaeai oil

night from ih. Royal Yacht
'Mahroussa". which can i
rch Into vxJ
"There are three gentlemen I
libers of ihe Commlttc
iinvc to improve the standards of
living of the people.
"You may not know that I am
a very Jealous personjealous for
Barbados. I admit I dislike hear-
ing reports of things being done
better In other islands, because I
nm certain that the Barbadian is
Jus* as capableI would say more
. ... he had had occasion to interview /ormcr m
I-^tw \Th "op* ln 66BMa*laB with thrwta [ .
mey naa Linton had alleged he had made parouk WM up before noon and
*" to her. and Hope told him that if appeared brieil.
Linton lived to see the end of the iluicony overlooking the colourivil
with
the Social Centre who to,* a lead- J^V"-"th^" a"T*hS ^S
mg part in the planning and crcc- inAtan And yet 1 am told-on
non of ihis building, who 1 regret good authoritythat the develop-
to say are not with us this alter- mpnt of community centres and
norni They are our late Rector community life in Jamaica is far
Mr. Dowh-n. who was Chairman of ahead of our achievement in Bar-
ihr Committee. He resigned his bados. There Is no reason for it
n urn in, mm nw" ..- trarnrns miimi i -a ... i'xkhiv i to \a be SO. I will not listen to the
attemutina t<% to dXe\"ous hodUv harJn S but he would leave h^J P Si S* Ha>nM was ,he lMt wiUM?" in '"** ** a whn '*T" 8n,rt J'"- J-nalca's gain. Barba- ^d.re 1 say we Barbadians- are
SsSmJVor^fisShle . num. W be ^WJ* h nnr du to J ,dfm |nd to ,(lo.pok,. ,., v. ,,v lt dotra leaa. too individualistic and non-co-
T^UegM^offence was the Sw- &-i?ftethenewmShsS f Hope threau-n.ng to kill l.m,.m . rrril %&*, batterspirits Mr de Vlera our late Churcn- opcraSvc. You have put Barbados
t*it or hr,fc i- .*.-tt*!* 21. Vki .. month had Wednesdaj morning than he warden who was keenly LnUeeat- n the map in so many ways; you
Defence did on Tuesday Dig. In the Sov-al Cent,., .esigne-l have led tha Caribbean In sugar
Mr. Barrow in addressing Uw- ,......dona) send-oft given hlm Dry in December, 1 regret production, in education and in
jury told them that if Ussa war .< Rgyptian Royal vacbte- to say he is no konaai anal, ua, he.dth arvteea. Surely you can
1 satisfied thai the accused attempt- Mi DowtUng ajan resigned the l*M a lead to the Caribbean in
to have attenuated ,. j^Th^T i'^..'"il.lll "^"u" 7ZXZS * Io sho' .Mnlan-. but thrm,h I '":'' >?t "Pk*r Vostrj in December, he WOUld & flevelopinent of family and
end of each month and return _
was the few days after the new month had
break in the friend- begun. She had written one letter
ship between Hope and Linton. it that she remembered to Dr. Lloyd
was given In evidence, and a re- Still of the Mental Hospital, hop-
lusing on Llnton's part to renew ing that Hope might be compelled
the friendship. He was alleged lo pmy her for board and lodging.
attempted to shoot her. In this letter, she had accused
but due lo a (lcieclm iho-.Vnl'.^r' iinl"i "iZZ^M*?' i.V"iT.'; n" d"1"" ' hls P"n ""' volvcr El Buhor" was lied up t th UfH havr hn-n wllh ua IKI arirrnnui
5S&am-,Saw.-^Hm^.tIH:_ .. -
as man and wife for about seven hari he ..! anvth.na 1a h^, Linton who was capabte of writing
had he said anything to her.
Two
ved
1 reel 1 mutt mention Sir, th.it
i Ol St Georges
iiwo a great debt of gratijude to
Sit Laurie Pile without
whose generosity this large playing
Held would never have been ..
luired by Welfare Limited, and
rt iver, after his death. h.n
Kosart'lH' Watfaae Limited went Into liui- Uresence7had "given"the~Centre a
tenon, the Directors of Bulkelev good start. His Excellency had
Limited consented that the playing not only given the Centre a good
Held be sold by Welfare Limited start by his presence but also by
U the C.overnnient at a reasonable what he had told them.
price for the benefit of the Parish- He felt quite sure that His Ex-
!v life.
"1 shall be told that these are
just words and what is wanted If
.ition 1 agree. That is the job
of the people of St. George and
of all Barbadians." His Excellency
concluded.
Vote of Thanks
Hon. 0, D. L. Pile. O BE.,
M 1, C in moving a vote of
thanks, said that His Excellency
nd Lady Savage, through their
lar colonial vessels ar-
2"*. ""l "**.S.il Sim'3 St i m,. ? T,r mT I" u-ed lo as.1,1 Welfare iS " """""f, would not l. be-
. n^..!^... .w_._ j_u. hind other liland. when It came
lo lluuldate their debl.
year., and during ihat time There "~ '" "" "'"""" '" "" a letter to Dr. Lloyd Still to get
would be occasional separations. Gun Could Shoot Hope out of a job was not the
the last beuif on June 30 Ian Nathaniel Carmichael, Govern- woman to seriiplt over c.,r,c.-iina
C; ,k-^".r ,'J"" *"' "ved wHh m'nt Analyst said that the police f ""I.* i.i'',,i,op' '" ,lw """"" t aribbee
w^r*i.,,,"ldru ^ ., b'ul" " revolver lo him. It if which he 'hen waj. Jrr
.^ H i. Sfr """ lhl* w" "vn 'hsmber 22 calibre llc P"1"""! out certain di-r.-p- Kor,, .,,,., ..... II, livl, .., ,d . ,,,,
STSSi '" wou,d,comI- < her gun. Canad.an made, and had a nce in tne evidence the evidence- ,;,., wttb 7t od s l|,al ", ."bs anlla" LTfl
..d|-m,"^. fSS*'5 "" "*"" """" cylinder. When handed hlch " 'J1' tf"10" ' " add ItO bacs of .teo.l The gsflOOO ha, been^ given l,v Ihe
*?Eo! SVP"""- lo nlm- >" cylinder contained two daughter, saw Hope llrst when.he r,bb brought pra. white 7n c ,. p,,', ,',,,
_On Ihe Saturday even.ng of the HVe cartridges. The automatic ramp """ ,h? "" "nd "i"!/' l>eans fresh fi ull .. ,,, furniture for the
wa home in hei- mechanUm for rotating the cyl- f.v'" ln when she ran behind Keneral cargo. She also had on building.
pulled mder was defective, but the cyl- St!?".,!*!! ..!L.f ...he" ?!?S baird four pass.-.i The Social Centre Commlllcr
offence she wa, home in her mechanUm '"for"'rotating "the"""yi- ""',"" "l?1
shedroof when someone pulled mder was defective but the cyl- Btrker that she had heard
the gale and called. She recog- mder could have been easily put cUck *h,to Barker said he had Both veaaeli
nised tho voice in Hopes, and | rotation with the fingers and heard aeveral. He said that when the 1 .....Ml
Mm M.!f-i0".! "V *?,! "W b""" "'Charged by cocking the g ,'ou,nd witnesses telling de- Hon.
him pushing the gate with one hammer and pulling the trigger liberate falsehoods, they had to
By so doing, he had been able ?"k themselves If they would not
lo discharge the two bullets It ^ committing a miscarriage of
-2 a"^ S, lm "['I"' contained when II was brought to justice If they convicted the
JiJJ JH!*J! do wilh it and he hlm He produced Ihe shells of "ccuaed.
replied that two shot, were in it. y,, discharged bullets After Actually, the charge was on!"
one was for her and one for him-
"if'S- has been criticised for not openinif district.
community life
Mr Pile reminded the young
people that the Centre was nol for
them nlone but also for the sieii
to spend quiet evenings. "One day
In the course of nature, you will
also belong to the older brigade".
Kg hinted to the youngsters of the
hand and in the other he held a
revolver.
She cried i
365 PiMwengefi
11 Iran-it Onitru/il"
Aseoela- lhc Centre earlier, but Su. .
would like to ask those critics to
remember that the building was
handed over to the Vestry by the
Contractors during October last
year, up to the middle of Deeam-
Iri we were verv husv preparing
for and staging the General Elec-
tion.
' '
Ills Excellency and Lady Sa-
vage afterwards inspected the Hall
and the grounds Two l-.lde of
India trees were planted by His
Excellency and Lady Savage
While touring the grounds. His
Excellency took the opportunity
lo have a chat with some of the
cricketers and footballers of tin
gcttier. she could not live with
another man.
She ran out and was within ft
yard and a half of him when he
Kin ted the gun al her and she
ard a click, but no bullet came ..
from the gun. She held him and mean hat
(old her daughter who was In the "
yard to take a stick and knock
the revolver out of his hand. Her
daughter did
threw It over the paling.
He struggled to get
Harr. College Wins
\i:ii-liin-/ Shield
For bright
clean and
healthy
floors.
furniture
and
linoleum
passing through four inches of ?nc..f a ntlnuoua series of traps [frtdjetown
of the bullets had for "Pp which Linton used 10 u the 395 H
made a hole in a zinc plate. practice and was the committing from tha BA Hraill "trolled uo made an application to Govern- on his face ,H would appear as
Cross-examined, he said that it * a Public mischief Just as the and dsJWJ the main streets. Tin' men! for an extra grant of money though ihe answers he was recelv-
was difficult to gel the hammer had tr|ed to make him lose hi.s BnB, O'clock fa assist them in carrying out the ing were verv satisfactory.
of the gun to strike the pin. If *^: ta the nontlrig, making betf plans thev had In view. I am ________________
one pulled the trigger and a shot "e Pinted out that Linton had third trip to the Llland this year, nleaiwl to say Sir. that Govern-
did not go off. it would have sworn *hat she had not seen Hope Six passengers arrived by tho ment very magnanimously acced-
it that a shot was not in the *r aDout a week before the date Braill foi K.irbodo* They were .d to our request, and that money
or a proper alignment had of lhe offence, and then her Godfrey King. Mn > Cberrie became available during the llrst
not been made daughter had positively said tha"- Majnrie C'herrie. F.vernr.l Patln. week of June, we made an attempt
Joan Linton' Ursil Linton's he ,11"' ron>p at their home Ihe pre- lYanew Aaostinl and Monica to open the S.....1 Ct ntre in June
and pirklng it up. daughter, corroborated that Dart vious morning and had made AfOatUlL '" <'''' '" obtain the service* ,.,_,., ^llM. m i rad.
, Ihe 'evidence ,.n oy Vr ft_ *& gS^ --- .%*$ """" " "" * "^%i ?lt J^
Bahin. Rio, SantOg. Montevideo "We then started U. carry out ^dsi Int-<;Ompany fie Shout
.nd lam-Los a...- She ^ on her cartata work win.h had our *5^JSlS!irJ!l^*s*tsem
ground somewhat disllgure.1 The *M* P|acp at SlisaS
The vessel is consigned to "The Committee was Informed Hall on Friday ^* r***!"
Messrs. n. M. Jones & Co. Ltd.. il>t V"i Sir were not taking par' *"""* ,0'al. " a2b- JSB
Agents f.ir Monre-Mit'ormoek > functions of this desn.oti.m geJWOJt HO. 1 Cvnp^WWm aaaann
l ;,-..., until Court mourning for our late and C onibrmiere Sehol
her and l<- regnin ihe revolver.
and eventually got it. He stamped
her, and she escaped and
Her nearest neighbours
their doors as they were afraid
,Mm mother In examination in chief. He argued that it would haw
and added that after throwing bct'n v,'ry unlikely for Linton to
the gun over the paling she ran "ave run from inside the house
^j off and colled the police." towards Hope with n revolv-
er oss-examined, she
of Hope with the gun. After tf Previous morning Hope had
some running, she met a man com* a* \h*'r nom' Bnd lhr*at-
named Seibert Barker and clun. ened l0 k"1 ner mother.
towards
d that whpn shp felt he Intended shoot-
behind
dodging fro
met hir
Vessels Loading
Ifolasses
V.he bed the revolver and she heard ._ \,^' ,l'"" t. * ii.. .,,,. "W0" >" Meaars. V,
_ her, and added that since
Joan, Linton's daughter had a
She had blc-vcle' mere should have been
earlier In town on the no-fcar "'."ope catching her.
to "side when H^'Ame'Ti'.' dav " '"" *> "<>ot h*r mother. ,,.?"" ^^ had aJ"u" ln. his
In* tV0iedldro1gher.tHner.eanie "' she reached home before he %<8?* "OUM "* haV"
came. She had thrown the gun ' aS.Vi' . ,.
Go Ahead and Shoot er Ihe paling because she was MSr,h_1|-la,1 *5 h" C5SH2!
Ho,a, lold Barker Ihat If he did '"'U thai if she had Atempted Si? .'hTdef.ne. woW have^en
not move he would shoot him. "> <}'< "lo" ^ police he , |h urr,r w^^a Inke ., 1 I," Tw" TTta '" I"11"* pun"
and when Barker renlied lha! ,f would have pursued her. She J"' i J i, .w !!i.. w j clieons of fancy molasses at the
h?w wlS to niS^he m'gn! ^m.^ed that W had ridden to $>*. 'hflI de,CnCP *"\ gj ; '-< ^ - the M.V
as well go ahead and do it. Hope he Police Station. When Hope Th ... SSS\ f^SZ w"'eh
poinlcd the gun at Barker and she -eld the revolver and she heard lo .^ ,h j moVals of the wit- *WnM '
heard another click, but again no * click, but nothing haooened I -5S ETJ?
bullet came.
She ran from behind E
and Hope pursued her. and
lowed her into the house of
Joyce Moore which she entered
Some men who were Moore*!
relatives, held Hope. After this
ahe fainted.
Under cross-examination, she as to Linton running to him and thinking that Linton had'
admitted that she had gone clinging on behind him. He said him lose his Job, nnd had laker
through a form of marriage with that after he had told Hope that him to the altar falsely.
Hope although she had been if he was going to shoot he could He reminded ihem of tin- already married, and said ahe shoot, he heard several clicks, denee of the Analyst and the fact
was subsequently convicted for that the revolver could have gone* (iui, ii',
bigamy. Her husband was in Took Revolver Away off If by a slight defect it dk>l
St. Lucia when Hope and she Robert Trotman, father of Joyce
went through the form of mar- Moore at whose house Linton had
mge She had never actually fled, said that he was going at
separated from her husband but his daughter when he saw Linton and that Hope point'
ishe had heard that he was dead, running towards the house and ton and tried to lire it the only
She said that Hope and she Hope chasing her. When Linton verdict could be guilty.
were friendly before her husband ran into the house and Hope fol- He reminded them of the threat*
went to St. Lucia, and after she lowed her, he went in and held and aald that these prored "'<
had been convicted for bigamy him around his neck while his intention
beloved King terminated on the Company was third
31st May. The details of the scoring i
Wi TOUM hive opened earliei fallows
,!>.
su hut received informa-
tion that the Members of the band
were i-arnlng a well deserved
until the 251 h July.
There is still a lot to he done
in furnishing the building and in
levelling the field, but I t> I l lira
Sir, that with co-operation of the
Monroe i-anshlnners m the near future
o arid the M\ Ten;. EfOvU ,, Al|l have a really first class
Dnl '-. A centre run on cultural as wHI as
recreational lines. And judging
ncc is loading by what 1 observe taking place
ested Hope, in nad becn ,n nwd of mmSSTivSSSSSSiAJS PW*"?,2I * "n "'
W molasses for Newfoundland. The Kverton Weekes and Valentine Is
Station who
connection with the attempted cslabUsh their case, counsel for
shoolmg, said that Hope did not the defence had brought out such
make any statement. a motive in his cross-examination.
Seibert Barker gave evidence yor ti co.jid he that Hope was
N<.
nouth,
taking hor lot
SeoUa.
not go off that did not exculpate*!
Hope. If Ihey were satisfied tha*t
the weapon could have gom ofll
and that Hope pointed it .it Lin-
ANNUAL MEETING OF
SUMMERHAYES CLUB
The annual general meeting of
'the SummcThaves TenhJ Qul
win take place to^norrow at the
i Fifth AvenUCi hi Ne-
ville al 8 p.m.
HMMH
$JDAQph
The Finest Range
in Town
TABLE KNIVES ............. $1.35
DESSERT KNIVES @ ........... 1^2
TEA KNIVES Co) ................ MI
BUTTER KNIVES @> ........... 1.28
TABLE FORKS @ .............. 1.67
DESSERT FORKS (S> ........... 1.16
CAKE FORKS f. ............... 1.10
i8Sig />/iiV)
The murder case Reg. vs.
Verona Jsckmsn i- set down
for hearing to-day.
going to be challenged severel)
ended Mr Yearwood.
Governor's Address
His Excellency, in his address.
snld: "My wife and I are very
pl< aj ed to Ik- present here his
afternoon and to associate ur-
OOOa again with the devel-
opment of community life in
Barbados,
"You will not want me to repeal
what I have said in St. Andiew,
aph and In Christ Church
about community centres and the
blessings of the labour Welfare
Fund. In the last two years I I ave
I seen visible evidence of improve-
ments in homes all round the
.wintry, provided by loans from
Oeanaaaa
HARRISON COIXEOR
( S.M Hinds. L K.
17U, Rudder. G. M.
Cadet Jordan. G, A. .. 85
C/2LI. Held, N. E.....0
Sgt. King K. I).....PI
Cadet Johnson, P. A D. .. 83
Team Score 526
No. t. Cwnpany
I.OIK.F. hCIIOOL
Cndet Gill. T. C..... 65
( 21.1 Hayne. I. D. .. 84
C/1U Chase. P. D. E. .. 8S
( SM C-ldnrd. P H. .,86
Cpl. Humfrey, J M. P. .. 83
Cadet Johnaon, L. E. C. .. 66
Team Score 484
Ne. 3. Company
COMBERMERE SCHOOL
Cadet Clarke, C. B.
L/Cpl. Carter. H. G.
Cpl. Lokey. V. AS.
Cpl. Goring. L. F.....
L/Cpl, Harrlaon. C.
L/Cpl Lewla, K.....
Team Score 464
TABLE SPOONS @............. -*
DESSERT SPOONS rd I.U
SOUP SPOONS @............... l->
TEA SPOONS @.................*
COFFEE SPOONS @........... M
SUGAR TONGS fw.............. 1.4*
FISH EATERS per pair Ti ....... 3.67
6 Piece* CANTEEN SETS Q
SK3.7a
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD.
10, 11. 12. & 13 BROAD STREET
""............................Illllllllll................i.......
VACATION!
HARRISONS
DIAL 2352
BEGINS WITH
A SPLASH!
See our lovely
Ladies' Bath Suits
SATIN LASTEX
In 1 Plere and t Plere Styles
Prom SI144 to S2C6
FLOWERED COTTON
From 17.M to WOT
WOOLLEN
In 1 l-i-. . and '. Plrc. Slrlea
from 110 M lo 51', or.
?
CHILDREN'S BATHSUITS
6? Flowered Cotton
From It.IS to 17.50
WOOLLEN
From Toddler** to Girls' Ktara
From 62.13 to 66.M
- Agent A & S Bryden A Son, Ltd. Barbados -
MAR MITE
IS EVERYONE'S
fitnett food
Mirmlio hoop varyoA* flitor. Bf
adding Marmiw to our moali ovtry diy. w .trtngthen
bodlet lo rint chilli and di.am; w gt more
i from avarrlhing w tit. and childran are
aiiurad o* a ual Mira to rnjlp lham grow
up uurdy and fit Martnif* H dtlkloua in
dnhoi, toupi. lavoiiritt and
iandwKh. Cooka lik* rtarmHo alio
bcaui a |ar laiu imh a long tuna.
MARMITE
VITAMIN
FAMILY
B FOOD
FITNESS
FOR LOWERED VITALITY!
TAKE
TOJXMi1 WINE '
It Slimululcs Um Ni'ivrs, tntiofaaj the blood and
builds up new reserves of s1r<-ni;tb which is lacking
when you are feeling below p:n
5/1. and 10 -
KNIGHTS LTD.
All Branches
WHAT A Hffl
ASSORTMENT OF
l.l'OiHillN?
r"orlh< fiimiJy
OCTOOW S11AI' .......... Par Cake s
SAI.ISHUHY CORMtO ktUITOM per Tin
WALLS 0XFOBD BAUSAOU ....
CAMI'IIH.I.S l-OKK I BIAM .-
SWIfTS VIENNA SAI.SAUKS
MORTONS col) ROB .. .
SOUTH AFRICAN ROCK I.OHSTKll .. ..
AYLMERS SUCCOTASH .. ..
LYNN VALLEY OOLDBI CORN
AYLMKI'S TOMATO lOtC* Lars*
AYLMEBS TOMATO II II 1. Small
AYLMERS FHUIT SALAD P" Tin
g all. BUTTER CONCENTRATE .. '
MB <"> *
DANISH HAM SAUSAGE -' -
CIUVKIIS MASHED POTATO POWDER ..per ..
HEINZ CHILI SAUCE PH UolUc
DANISH SALAMI SAUSAGE p,T m 1 '
COCKADE FINK RIM
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fM.l SIX
CLASSIFIED ADS. ""*"
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIILRsDAV. JULY JL 1952
SALES
IIIMMMMIIMIMI'
T(irMONI rso.
REAL ESTATE
IN MKMOKIAM
MM- \ Til, M ti
HAMKO
HELP
i ok sale
AUTOMOTIVE
c
rjn-D OVEHBEEH
Plantation. Si Andrti
Manager
n v**n otBrr ajisarMfiaa
-'"n* qualification, an,,
1 um No night dub*.
i -.,.' wn
: a- t r n
AIJ. THAT MESSUAGE AT TUOOR
STHTBT and the land on which it ete****
built of .tune and covered wtUi
Galvanlaa al ptce>1 rer t*o out a* t*
hopa prodigting aa Imir ol !M 4*41**.
l-f annum Suitable for a bond with
enough land to erect iimvc building.
>iapacli"n an. day en ^pltrpli-n '
"* i*t up
Competition at
-nVe VICTuf'IA STHfcKT IIIIIMl
,AUUl'*"I ^M7
It A NT II KM MeKENZIE
I SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
i C, Jaham, W Joknaan, D
H TMniwr. FUmn-*> Dh*a-
l-hillip. J. Rc-liMM. D. Mad
Mam-all T M,,*o. R
ran. Trial*.*
'; HaJM
D M.I.,., ... ?
in*on. C. Mariai
R Thorn
raSega IBM

r kft*****g n
la. a Hutch
. V Mar lam
..__... .. _^__ . Oiddard. M
rnlna J Clarke T Hull Mm
dd, V l**i.. N Lewi.
Padtai
i >a ton* bl* i>nr
Cochin. DaCoata
31 T 5San.
SWIJCBMAX
Salesman and General
Ap*>ly Cecil L Btr.ker A C
Sajeet. Bridget....!,
X
MISCELLANEOUS
cak iftM Rik Hittman Kino, lie**
lad I a. Rotdnaon. Cardan
louae, St George. Dial IBM.
SI T SS-*.
T 99 In
.ON i| > Medicine II
graduated preferred good pr
Knigr-.w i.td 1 M
ft*? fO POCKET MONEY i
KXDirrusioN i
attDeFFUSION off-., |i M ca.h I
*h new Suber-rlber reco.nrnenile.1
7au. II m-
SlriTI.tMX.NT YOUR INCOME b%
recommend Ink REDlm'SlOH. OMdiB
full pertleul.ri from the KEptrTUBtON
"Be* I JM-f.
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS
nom Rediiruiion for re
IIOH. In one calendar month
MID I rAaO - I
Quantitit- ol clean paaiallv
RADO*
riiii plica* an applicatki
ii'i.-l", !
pkiino* ai.
|n puMtr arc n
Kivirif credit to
Vaiigh.n (nee Patr.
rur.elt reapoii.iblr
rlr r..,i trading dnj
name unleix h .,
be n-
WNOIMIMIMS
CARS ON MtRRFriend,
public tn know that yoi
brand new .ell-driven car*
F<*Uat- ir Di.l 3TIJ
EARN RIO KONBY by aaHinc lirdu
Mori In your npnta lint CJ.t
tf formi today. nil o
LOST A IOI\l
LOST
Cna II T t 1 U'KCT tui Buai
inf. >fli (XJ>> ..
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Nur-r T aaundarr. Dial aadd
.11 7 il
FOR HEIST
HOUSES
A-1 UN
AND NOW
I NATlllALI/AflOV
rihi *** "i-t
MANS iJUMNNY-
M-Plr M.n.,..-
1 ;- -ppl\ ma iu |
yrnoi tor nnturalifailon. and Inat
*raritl
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AUCTION
SALE
DAIRY
coys
REX DAIRY FARM
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AUCTIONEERS
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a> cat.
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PlanUllom Building.
CAK-Dodge Buper-d* Una iX-aH'
Will >ll (or rath, ben edtar. bought
unallar car. PlrM data order, owr*r
drlvrn. Dial OH. "
HI M-t In
CAR Furd V.| Super DeLua* X-7M
nil >ell at bargain price, enqulrtea to
I D Slewart. Dial 3SU
71 7.BJ-*i
I '-TOXVOJt ftlaa* Nock. St Mlahaal
d daiRabli buncatovtypc D"! mi.
hduae. tending on 3 rood* 30 perchn if
land, end ran tuning open imarMr-tllrd
rrandah lo North and Ea*L dri
-nd dining roonu. 1 badrooaa*
lining water), and uiual convenience,
all on and San. aatd, on ground lent.
rfMraSgejJ Kilebrn behrtat re *raab>
I'-om. atere
-iid Governmenl Water inaiailed
Garage fee two ran. arrvant* rooar-a.
rued houaa. Soe.'*r garden, lawn, and
orchard. M apacteua yard.
The bewee and outbulldtnfa have Juil
i*.fi repaired and palntrd throughout.
Inep-ction any day (except Sunday
liom^M a in lo 4 r>-n. en appi
on A watao*.
r 1 C,
n*. *choon*. Tempfo. V Le
Fra.ice. W Smith * fa* P Fu-tcr. K Fortar. E Hold.
1 ' /< " '-....... .t I- '' M.D- ..' '" l: H K...I-. A
n I Nathan fl Nathan F <>.-
-. Paddock, n r* i H- kianus (,ult Raig, n,<,' r^gejaa* a I'addaek
- MV Terra OBrARTI R H n I \
Wiwidrrtul CuurueiloT. Bcrawner Mare* * Ani.aa*
HennHU. Ecbooner At La.l. Icka-*er ; ev0ui>. St Savoon. P. Hchael J
agen I) Wallace Sti F.i Aruba M V. Maaeieh. J Met. ah G Mahal. M Ua>-
liria.man. MV. Gloria M.ii. U. X. Haaaell. U, H. V)BS { Per Trcku*
wltt, ABRIVALg
~" M V^Carlbbee. I0d tone Cap" Gi.mb., _. CorbH. M. Umpaon. K. Gribae. X.
Dominica. Agenti: Schooner Own- Oeibe*, r. Ortbe*. L. Stanley, A. Coxter.
reeen. wen- ;- "laiociation R Foater. Jamea Wick ham. Lourde>
lrlcl1>, O-r srt"' Rowwenr. M bat. Cep* ~
rtUab Qhhm. Aimi,;
Stnounri tl*m
," *ai'l. II.IH ion.. Cap* Perre.
from TrlnMad Agmu Me*ar> H M
Jonaa C llr|
PARTICM
MV CUre b.r Trinidad; "I > Schle
lor TnnkaM and S.R Rraril I
TRUCY Chevrolet truck, no e_
br offer refuaed A Barnea * Co
id 31.BS4.1.1
TREVOR"
The above properUe* will be aef tip
(r aal* fev Public Competition at our
Office, Jamea Sueet. IHldg*tou. on
Friday, let Auguit at 1 Mi
YFARWOOD A BOYCE.
- gHan
11.7 ts- 7n
Seauwll
------la i*s,n Rider. I) II
*on. I rriliaen. H VllUfaiu K G...-I-.
man. L HoberU. C Seolt. V Kcu-nd.
J Reevnde. P Reiende M fei-i.1. V
Oill. U Gill. 5 GUI. y Oeneaa, Alrj,
Id>we. J Oirrfc* |(
>n. E Blrae, A. Sparey.
I Kong. V. Durant. J
~ Miner. H
rjareraea
... WUkye
Cheetaa, i. Jotaru
C. Parr.vlclnn. |
Miner. J. Miner ..,,_.
Thoinaa. E. Beu. G WrJkei
Fa* Veaeiaela:
FURNITURE
AUCTION
ITItNITirRf;
Maatei Eugene Van Middle, worth
ARRIVAL* Bl RWIA 1*?*'." J" DeU*rn' Ml" M r". M1
. ara.is.-ajssr-a.ss est tr^."^ ^.rssSr
. a. Tssrzs ssss. sS^SiaSrS-aa?
...... AysrJs&tst K=hss;.5= Er^sc sz
Herbert AareuaB. 0|ftdyt Spin-,u< , -T* ,,;ir,p,
complala with
i Flirnnura
Fill parTU-n-
ji 7 ta-ln
LIVE*TUCK Ti
in-day al I p in
H'dtoerwl Tui
Id b* aurtlo.i
n at !'* Dairy l.nn.
ing. II head! of Dair>
pedlgrr-r llol-t.li Hull
31 t MIi.
LIVESTOCK
I the
Hi. ceapectKi
M.mah Str*M, at
POULTRY
PIGEONSA few
ix e-llvrr A Whl
MKCIIANICAI.
AROARET GROVE
ui whrreon tha na
belonging containing by
a-inieaeurewieni > rood! a 7/10 parchaa
; ritual* at Bank IIal> Croaa Rnad. Salnl
Michael.
Tlie nouae I* a -lonewail building
end the land I* good arable land
For Inepectlon apply on the p-emlae.
i.i the owneia Corporal T F Danner
. Fur furiher paetletilar. and condition*
of Ml*, opplv
H B Nil Mi >l 1-S CO..
Solicit or..
1*1/IIS Roebuck Slml
Telephone 3faIS. Ml U 7n
T* I* phot
31 7 B31>
I'lHi.n xirniis
I NOTICE Lo Cu.toniera and the genera.
1 public: Our wboleeal* Bu.inee* will be
i loaad for our annual holiday dorr
1 IMS Aogu.l until the Itlh
MISCEI.iaANEOUS
AITTO ACCESSORIER Including cool
- hlona. tiphntatery realnr. fibre aeat
"ring, green canvaa. cMome wheel
I.*., aleeringwheel cover., iun vlaor.
-ood dreaaing. cigarette lighter, it and
l volti. revere* limp, iieencr holder..
. Men niirrrra tear & Truck), lyr
j.n.gea ICar and Trerlu. inaulaling tape.
i. .i ... in .1 4.-.1
3S7 M-gp
.
trie generator lampa (Mil
I'.n.iutig kit* Bolullon i
ale peirei. FlJihlight*
rreaa ciiaik a lb tm.i.
imn.pa. rim tapea, T)M_ _
etc. Courteiy Garage. Dial 43SI.
SS.1.R
urludllii! elec-
cr a. lmpeKi.
ipeclal wlrale-
ind batleela.,
Brake block.
and tul*.
"THE
A. from ne
; lardian wii
Noncfc
ardaj
will be lit
HtaNUE,
.Old I
a* a reault. the price
tnntead ol IBc The
bafBf**. however.
...hi
31 7 53li
NOTICE
IS MKItKHY GIVEN thai It I. Ov
in>n of the Vetry of the parl'li
thla I.land to rai.Ki
lot
iI'iiiK 1
gtalu
I aaid '
Sa>nt
".;
i il'K SATIN J
attain)
ov il Ulna and Dark Green 38
Ida uaually MM >ard redured
.illll-Al-ANl M Swan Street
31 1
Maralml
i Kin.
10 Rl
11 In
i-nablo I lie ..1,1
i ..ml B*Ui- and lalrtn*. al It. Simon.
Di.tcd thu 38th day of July, 1*1
CARRINOTON A HEALY
Hollcitara fae the Ve*m
of St Andrew
l la
GLL'E KETTIJ-S -A Glue Kelllc that
. I it.-hi that von dont rpirlla* iu
IN enaa In your kit and how efficient.
mint. i<> Irak and unbreakable
line II ill Harrteon
31 1
lifiPOHDR-Clearing all Mock, of 7
i.I'M l...ord. at 3 for tl.MJ al Da
CiqU a> Co Lid llactriral Department
33 1.H~n
NOTICE
All mala clUaana of tha United Stataa
liatwaen th* agea of IS and M reHduag
In Barbadoa are requeued lo call
th* American Conaulate from July I
31, leM for a*4actlve Service Rcgi.lraf.un
inter tha UnlveiMl MlUUry TralnUSi
.-.-!.-" Aet.
AU mala clUaena of the United State.
CHANCERY SALE

: . ,
n 1J noon and I p i
i aold. il anil b* aet
Ihe earn* hour* unll
The R eg 1 (ration OfRce,
Sam umm
The under man tinned prapatty will
Public Ihiltdir.r. Hildgat..-..
the dale .pacified below If
Friday at the ..me place and during
CLABENCF. SAMUJB. KWO -Plaintiff
-nil
_______NATHANIEL PILGRIM Defendant
FWrlTI.Y ALL THAT certain piece or paiccl of land altuala at
Y.wood-. Gap off Blirck -%. k "m the p_^.h of *L.n?M "rui%,J
I.land aforeaald .-onulnirgi by admea>ur*rn*n| one rood twenty
u-^te-5T3-la"2rrS A*""n " >' >* L Da-tlkf.
no land* of one Arthur decwaacri. on lanrli ol
..I 1. Cadngan and on Public KuM or howc.ci ei-e the .,.,, m
abut and bound and SETOWTyLY Al-L THAt 'certain p.c* or parcel
... Una .lluate at Htitbitm Rcaid V ,. Ml.h,,:
iihI laland ( Barbadna afueeuMt containing bv adraaaaaueap; enl
mdtng
w Pflh. perch.>a or IhrreabouU AbuUmg and I
i-nrta i w h Leach on land* of Blanch Oitten* on
- nuiketl mi land* of Martha Bowi.
however elae the aam- may abut and
uaaiuagw ur dwelllnghouac and all ami
Public Road or
bound Together with the
ingular other in* liuildlng*
H WILLIAMS.
Ketl.tr.r- In -Cham-n' .
July. 1B03.
31 7 S3-
TAKE NOTICE
U A
That THE GUIA.VA MATtll IACTOHY LIMITED
l,"""nj"1"' -' ........... i...
'!-Tt".<*^?-M?V' *Z'\!'n "'" "" -PP<" 'or Ihe reglit
aaaa* 'n,^" A /'' Regiiler in reapect at maiche*. and -III be oarUUad t..
._! ""ne after one month Iram the 3l.t da\ of Jul>. 1.M. unieaa ^.ine
H-SiIT" '" l '"tlioa n^- null.* in duplM-te In me at my ofTlce Of
grpiMlllcm <>( .uch regUlRr--
i% office
Dated ihli aird dav of .
--1.-
ppgg itlM
law
Regni
II
TAKE NOTICE
tSa
of la
smsCRIRE now to the Dally
''Iriraph. EiiKlinn'. leading Dally New.-
ipai now arriving In Barbados brr Air
l> a few daya after publication In
mdon. Contact Ian Oale. C/a. Aden.
I* Co. Ltd Local Representative
-t. 311". tta.33t fi
July 31, Itn, ara required
regtetar upon th* day tbey attain the
Igtilaanth annlver.ary of (he day of
ihalr birth.
Her
For furthi
1 Informatii
aaulata. Eld*Town, Bar-
i il id.
day* thatr-
itult (he
KGDL
I
CICARFrTES
H Srwarw. K Hurv-
MUe. L Chaae. C lt.dmai- M St. John.
S Davi**. X C.-wer. M Ooper. P.
Mai .hall. L Braoiwait* A aV^iurfo.d.
Clarke. E B..n r > ""[KllT H.
Haywood, M Bn.tol D
Wile., r Clalrrnonte P. Walker D
Jccmaon. Be\d A Arm.lri.na-. C Arn -
iron*. H Axindell. F Olti.i

st Hoe* Mr. dement Bourne. Mr Ed
vard Elliott. Mr J.hn Do* Samoa. Mia.
I tner Reach
Pre.alhomna- L
. :-n taaajSa Hoy Wtlllam*.
I ... Paerla Rica
Mi" Ariel Thnmpaon Mia* Edna
Applewhite, Mi Oliver lla.ll Mr. John
I'iau
l.r Mnliamr
F Warm -Weil. G HaUlargrau
ARRIVALS BY B.W.I.A.
l l KH4.
ink Blackman. Dr Malcolm Paikei
AHTES Of EXCHANGE
SHIPPING NOTICES
s a "Olouci
aal) from rort Fan* M.
June Mh. Mafa>BMraii ;____
June 3*ui. aa-djaaai JaJy safe, awt**a*| at
Barbadoa about Augwat **fe.
In addition to general cargo thla Taaael
>-* ample apac* (or chiliad aad hard
rrueaat efanfa.
Caraja acoaptaa an throuxh BBU pi
l-dina for traiiahlpmant at Ttlnldad lo
;;.iti.h Guiana, tanwajd aad *TB>iaiai*T
aaaaaaV
Fat furthat paauoauan apply
i uNr.i *nit m CO lt,

Tlie kl V ..Ml!
KCept L'^rg* and Paa.uye' *
>OBU*Mca, Antigua. MoaaainM,
vevia and St Kltu Balling
Phureda> 3Ut m-t
Tha M/V 'M UN EX A
ft carajo -id Paaaaagi
Ai i gut. Maul
ill
HE,
Cheque!
tud Dr.lt.
Cable
Currancy
()yf/re//('
'PL
TAKE NOTICE
IT! p) H. en* Curtia. America
popm.ir hair Cwmellc ]u*t a fee
adit glortnua radiance to you
K l Ltd 30 7,a33n
Atnerh-an Toy. which In-
DDCtai .iid Nuiee Kit.. Beach
Pl**Dla. (Miinem* Cai- Jcepe
ll.tou. Dippy Duck, and aevornl
WEDDtNO GUT- A
d No-cord Iron art! aub)ect to apecial
-ddlng-glfl allowan
'".. Ltd 3 1 M t f n
TAKE NOTICE
ZENITH
uli.
I 1.1.
of I
>i .-.
s/aai ". .
'Ii of Ctilcagn. Count, ol
l-iitcl Slate, of Aninlc.i.
tt upplied for the regtatratlon of a
i.ile mark in Part "A" of ft.ii.1e. In
|>ect of .lei-tin.il Inuring r Ida and
I n DC, iintl will be entitled to
>fl......IW Brth fr.-in
M 3i*t dav of July. lfM. iinleea aome
"im hall in ihe nwaniline glv* notice
I l-.i|ilH-,ite In me at mv office rrf oppo-
H
Itegi.tr.i
II .ippllC.it Hill
. of July, 1H1
Wn.LIAMS.
. T1...I. Maik.
:..n.-
TAKE NOTICE
BAR FOOD
,i KMtltMKM PRODUCTS UMITED.
rpi .urd mul ie.gletri.il
i Btrbadoa M.iiiuf.-ictureni. a hOae li jil-
..Idreaa I. In rare of Fiti
rahaifl A Co., Itirclaya nonli
. t Itridgetown. ha-
.( a trail.-
i in leapect
-i ... uaed a.
i.........! wUI
i. ... (.- .... | | ..tl. -
liiiiii the 1IM da> ol Jill.
ag mile--' Mime paeaon ahall in Ihe
mitu-e In dupln-it. i" BM
.1 .H>|H~iti<>n of >uih regi--
- nude mark can be aaen on
ly, 19ui
ii wn :
l 31 7 aS-Sn
Forester's Scholarship
COMMANDER
III tH.\
s- ... Di
That THE STUDEnAKF.lt
TION. a corporation org
canting untiei th* lawa of
DaUware. Untied State, of Amen. ...
Manufacturer.. Who** trade or bUMpeM
rddrea, I. S3S South Main Street South
la-nd. Stale of Indian*. USA. h...
applied for Ihe peglau
marfc In Pail "A" of Ragiater In reaped
ol autiimobilo. and will be enPt'ed to
legi.ler the aam* altar on* nunlh from
the 11.1 da. of Julv. IU3.
ii"."'
KGDL
Tti.il niwiws
LIMITED naaW
llrllain and Noithei
addreaa i. We.inii,,.
for the regti
.1 WILLIAMSON
I tollll
Ihe JIM da.
in duplicate I
can be *e*>> i
Dated IM
I Jl.
PilllAi-CO CORIf
organiaea under Ihe law of Ihe Unit
Ireland. Tobacco M.nul.i. tuiei > win
'I Houa*. 1. Mlilbank. I^nndon. SW.
a trad* mark in Part "A" ol It.gutei
will be entitled to reglatei Ihe .ame j
lMl_.nl**. tome peieon .hall In ihe t,
uch reguiratl
fftt
a applied
imh from
auon
offic.
f July IBM
ihi. 33rd dar <( July, IRH
H WIUJAMs
Pegkatra: of Trade Mark..
TAKE NOTICE
CHAMPION
Thai THE, STUDEBAKEK CHRIXWA-
TION, .i corporation Of**!
exlaung under Ihe law. of the State ol
Delaware. United St.ile. ..f Acneit...
r/.^iiufacturer.. whnae trade or biiMnc
ondreaa fOft Roulh Main Street. South
Bend. Slate ol Indiana, U.S A n.i>
applied lor tha I
ir.arfc In J-arl "A'
of automobile*.
the :il.t cu- of Julv IBU ShkM -can*
perwm .hall In the meantime ff* nod..
in duplicate to nie at my office m appa
..i... ol Mgh i,,.u .i .-<: The Uad*
mark c-n be iren an applkallon in m
irRce
Dated ihi. 33rd dav of July. Ift?
II WILLIAMS
R*gl.|r.ii ol Tij.Ii' M.nk
31.7 S-3n
i .
md win be entitle
II:
Will be
luguat.
rahlp
Saturday, Snd
Ir.
o.bl. .t any tlrat
ir snona urad* School
taaag parent* mu.t
" "'-'..... aa han t'.- r*taM*>
imed Court, muat be. not I.
han 10 year* olo and
rara on l-t
AppliiaUoni muat b.
' .. Hutu
t ideate
under 14
. Bap
OSBOUHNF
si v .
M : si *,,
/.V/,V/,',V,V-V/,V,V,v//
S Thundering Valuer
GOOD USED
FUHMITHF
...
r. 113. Liquor Ca*e< with
lock. HW. Metal hehov".
;>. Round OiK Ihnin; Tab].-
or more IB VI,. Ml
a fO
Pi.i
i ...Ml IB. Old World

.tod 110. Enamelled l-dwacr
M. Smah
- -.
r.
and Coi
I-.,
R-lled. O.h Chan.
Chair* Da noimd n
Varui.hed W Table*
Work Baekel
PIANOS. Portable
Gramophone* a
I vpcwritrt
S3BO. Bi
n.M laUUM
Bl-V VIIW !
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF TBF WEST INDIES
EXTRA MURAL DEPARTMENT
A LECTURE
ON
RECENT WEST INDIAN NOVELS
BY
PROFESSOR A. K. CROSTON
IN THE
IIAKKISON COLLEGE LIBRARY
ON
KRIDAY. AUGUST 1ST
AT s mi P.M.
ADMISSION .... |/_
~ .... ---... |
.......
A^atf*?


1 CENT* PER POUND
f ## T.1 i omm WOH THB
POP! I. I MOV
JOHN N. rillKIKA. Rickelt Streel (Easl of the
Post Office), announces the arrival of 1.000 baskets of
Medium WhileSkin I'ulutoes ox S S. "SCHIE" at $5.50
per basket of 55 lbs.
JOII.X V. 1KHEMH\
lIHISSION MERCHANT)
Rickett Street
:
L S. WiLSON |
$ SPRY BT4IET RIAL ** g It
;WWV,V,V,V,y//^J \......tSSaiacSSSStS.........MMSSalM a^f^-r-----.
I
NEW TOM SEBVICE.
1 ? ,'?,f.* -P*OA_*V*" MlU "" AiSu.t arrive. Barbadoa 3*tli August
S ALCOA PLANTER- .all* Mh Beptpmber -..ni.e. Barbado. 17th September
NEW OILCANS
A STEAMER gaflg I7lh July aim
A BTKAMBR .ath 31tt July urit
" ITrEAMBR Mil* lath Augurt am.
STEAMER Mlla ttth Aiiguil ami
srEAMXH u nth Separtwaaa artfv
llarbado* 3rd AuauU
. Barbadoa Itith Barbaajoa
Barbadoa 30th Auguit
Bnrbad'- 13th September
. Barbadoa 37th September
CANADIAN SfcEVRI
SOI'TN BOUND
restores
digestion
|>i>l'hrinft quick felieifof indipes-
liaa disv.riif.fi. brj rwMl wllrim SKBSM
vtunuK'h livid, fjfkan lire OHM of afici-
rn*Ml( dltuaai tin. iiicj-uiciIiIoh:
"llllv icaClW>t///li>i.'inliaRKd Mill'.KV.
of the ommh wiih ilv gxnlk. wolhing
acnoo.
'. "'Ii r .i, I
IndlKcvliun
lll.p.|r.lil
M. vri'iini
llatulcnrc .
Gaetric %
acldt(.,etc. ^
IS CARtOMI Of II MIA3URI0 DC:.:'.
ARGOalEC
TYRA"
A to TEAM Ell
* STEAMFK
tla-lraal
Ml.I
MM
HaUtal
July is Jtuy as AuguM 1
Julys* .!... Auguit 11
A.igU.t II Augu.l 16 Augu-t
Augu.l SB September 1 "pl ir.
NORTBBOUND
A STEAMER Dua Barbado*. Auguit
KOBEKT THOM LTD. KEW YORK OVLW 8EAVICK
Aply: DA COSTA A 00- LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE
HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITE!) KINODOM
Vrsarl
S S. 'SCHQL-AR1
S.S. "CROFTER
S.S. "SPECIAUST"
S.S. "TROJAN STAR'
Prom
London and
Mybroufh
i London
Glasgow and
la/pool
. Liverpool
Leave*
Due
Bar bade
26th July 10th A;i.t
2nd Aug. 15th Aug.
2nd Aug. 16th Aug.
2nd Aug. 15th Aug.
DOLLAR
OF
DECCA
RECORDS
BINC CROSBY
Down by the Hivt-i
When the bloom is on the
mm
It's a lonely trail
I'm falling in live with
someone
Gypsy love song
l-mlr Sir Echo
Poor old Rover
Going my way
Su. inking on a star
Aren t you glad you're you
In the land of beginning
again
Welcome jo my dream
Il's anybody's spring
IVlMlllallity
Would You.
Soon
I wished on the moon
Two for to-night
Empty Saddles
Round-up Lullaby
Juot one v/urd] of consolation
Dear old gal
Sweet Leilani
Blue Hawaii
Dancing under the Stars
Palace in Paradise
Speak lo me of love
Thai big base viol
Ixioping ihe loop
My inspiration
BRADSHAW a CO.
ouiau roa rat CNrm> unodom
S.S. "CRISPIN"
S S "FORESTF.II '
.. London
.. Liverpool
Clow in
Barhtd.i-.
31*t July
1st Auk.
For further Information apply to
DA COSTA A CO. LTD.Agaatl
WE HAVE
HEM HOOFING I'AIVI
al S I...0 per (.allon
THE VEXTRAM. EMPORIUM
One Bread and Tudor su.
AT LAST!
A HYCIEMC STOPPER
YOVR FLASK
FOR
thk SEAL-A-VAC
WILL NOI "POP OUT"
CANNOT l.KAK
DISMANTLES. QUICKLY FO. EAST CLEANTNO
FITS ANY l.PINT FLASK
HIGHEST THEIHAL EFFICIENCY FOR HOT AND
COLD LIQUIDS
:i7e. EACH.
GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES
RICKETY STRUT (Orpotfte PMt (iriic.l PHONE WII
Am* MODERN HEAVY DUTY
MASSEY HARRIS
GRASS
HAIU ESTl.M.
EQEiPMEXr
GRASS LOADER SIDE DELIVERY RAKE
tl 1## lltii; FROM STOCK.
Secure Your Requirements Now !
COURTESY GARAGE
(Robert Thorn l.in..i..1>
%'hilepnrk Hd. Dial 1616


THURSDAY. JLU II. Un
BARBADOS winoi.wi
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
\,c3
CAUTION MEN WOAKINtt- 1
lim J31
S ^afck* ip <^^^>
FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
THE PI HI I CEREAL
JO00 POR CHILDREN
Watch your children grow up full
f Ufa and energy. See thai your
man and woman of tomorrow get
nourishing food* today! Nourish-
ing, delicious Craam of Whaat is
easy to digest-you and your chil-
dran will lova it I Try it today.
IQISTIRSD TRADL MARKS
CREAM
of WHEAT
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CRICKET
The West Indies in Australia 195152
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CRUSADERS
By HAROLD DALE
already known to Millions
ol readen tor hia forthright cricket reporting! In
the Daily Express und the* Bnrhadn* Advocnlr
book to our series on
11 i ImI ii I-/, would the !'- I
,n to Ll C
if Morris and Hassett*
I the spin and guile of Kamadhin and
Valentine In mon effective than the nenaeing
speed of I..-. Wlllei Would il c
".;tormv petrel of cm id ." BsVnet, succeed in his
nick? These and the other
n,| are fully dealt With
in Mr. Dole'i candid conunontuy. Apart from
he coven all il e
pmee of the tour.
i ould afford the time
and moi
Champio Crickel Crusaders is
.1 Kubetitute lor the absent.e Reinforce:

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ADVOCATE
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIIIKM1W Jl I.Y 31. 1M
OLYMPICS:
Know Your Cricketi aw 31
Frenchman Wins 400 Metres
Free Style Swimming Race
(Tri-voi (..ill Beawrte l roni HeUaki)
French Design \\ inn
! .SHALL 31 which wU out ihe conditions
under wMcta thewickei Is eeeeM- abou, lnr bllli ^jn^ "dtsturlxJ"
ird to be the case in the old
i1 red "down" Since the Inlcrpn*
Ihil law ,.iten trails to
mi fusion :
two local
: action 1- illustrate Ihe
: efteful ("i
at Ion.
LAfl ::i rht- wkkrt h.i.l be
' .1 i<. I. DWI' t( rlthrr Ihe
fit the *tnt,rr's hat or per-
il << ir.pl tcly I !!> rlthrr ball
11 I1-.- h .> 01 ttM luinas. r 1(
1. i 1 1 ill htil. I..- prr-
vioip.lv nrT. slrlkr. a stump nut .f
wind
down
Hays and which led to much con-
fusion.
i,:.il is oft the M.fC
It -lent (.it
llH purpose ot thin L;ia lc. ilis-
lixlge the rii aloinf one in any
of the wan smttd.
Still (Mil
If uwiiik to lhr strength of IhC
uirid the nptelM have nitrced to
iliKpriise with the use of ball*
(Law 8. Note*) the decision as to
\n> pUvrr nut use when a wicket is "down" Ls one mound.
htnd r.arm 1-1 pul the wleket ,, the ..umpires to rticlde with
1 or. Ctrl should lhr balls be ,t(l. f;i(.s before them. In such
ft. nw pH e trrumsUinces the wicket would
be held to be down even though
I stump has not been struck out
1 >f the ground.
Further, tl Hie wirket is broken
while the ball is in ploy It Is not
Hie umpires duty to remuke the
nil] the ball ha- become
deiid" A tleldsniaii hpWCVM
may remake |he wi.ket in KH1
Hanoi
term "person" UM IlldM
[ I I ! Q l\
slump, pravldfd always that th*
1. h hrld In the hand or h nd
Nol Down
The M.CC have pointed oul it
(11 H Nut. to 11.1* Law thai *
not "down" merely or
of the di ft urbane* of i
.11! hul it is "down" If .i bail ir
from thi 1 M be- rircu;
1.. rtumps. Thi
There iinii Ir rm nonsense player's dress and equipment as
I
>r's hat Is blown off by the
jn.1 its put* his wicket
" he Is out.
Wicket Broken
With regard to iht wrlcket being
broken while u>- ball I
,: must be borne in mind thai
even tf Hit balls lire off. the
like! can be bowled ot thrown
down if tin ball '
entire!) oul < grooDB Mlm itivaj
can pin down the wicket by tun-
ing up 11 stump with
or hands holriini: the ball.
If all the stumps BTC Ml the
ng id)
ed to put hark one or more slumps
m of dm to have an opportunity
of breaking the wicket
No Baib
In ac'ordanee with Law 29
(Dead Mull t If eilh bnUfl are blown oil ih<
wU\et Bel hi recelvee deliv-
ery, that ball Is eonsio.a
relied but Hie M.C'.C. iidvLe lh.it
in genual the captains should
agree to dispense with the u-i of
bails if the conditions are such as
to make ihe blowing off of belli
likely.
Swimming continue
Olymp King and
popuUrtty while Jimtball semi-
finals now played in the stadium this week also draw good
crowds. I have not Been I football match yet as they plash
with other sports verv often but luled toi next
Saturday h < "matt" on my programme.
_,. (1 , ground, caused a real surprise ai
rniS all rOO mCtn ID U ......Iwood ihh aricrnoon when he
main attract! n ..' the (wLmming stadium. }{< ,1 e through with a late coal-
ers from U S A and Japas were favourites while the Swede IO win the Goodwcod Stake*
>strand bad ordS in the heats ard "y a l< ngth from vidi Vm.
was well thought "! Highly Frances was three
It was Ml to iha roun Prencfa.....rid record breaking form, l Ef'S.SL!, llZFhJZ2',2%*
^ however to understand from reliable source a,'d Gru,,tt''" "" *"<" LmI
swim it oul with the Hawaiian that he Is verv much < v
star Ford KorUtt who ..., ,;,-
*.i!i. ;. long "fl : ana
OUt duel in which Konno
l ally gave Japans ruruh.ishi als.. seems tr
to Bl !- b* On fenn ll<- baa a most pecu- the rerord lhal shows at what a
' tha '" nyls of ilapplnsj Iha water low gallop they went.
P.. hi,:' lUl his right arm Which he Tlien Qcffdon Hichards sent
igth. Third Oatrand of brings down with .1 map much Bycoonora 11 along and In
faster than his left ||a pace until five furlongs Trom
rna ladles ipriogboard dlvlni home when ..,-1 rear*! winner.
(rial f-.v< jlcmciil won .. expected i\ l'..t Mi vcmllin went mi
Cormick of Ihe U.S.A. w ith Kacb '
1"~" 1 '4>wu of Prance second, and
thi 1 eneh and although illtfVZoe Jenaen another USA
Pat ifcCormlck was
I eaattr ahead of the others but Zee
human Jensen did Some uifll executed
!>;ickward Jumps With lorward
hr J"BtB**j ",'"' "* i""1 M well as a bach- ni^3t~Wrti*nsMian
clithed and hugged and kissed ward one and a half to boost the Ur
nil son d<> score in her last three )un
I was once ii-.. n e-e of French ,our.>alisU aensnhon bv complaint:,
nnd swimi t,[- the board and aftei she had three
ed to then wild "ic.it fSjaJns trtei the crowd grew a bit angry.
<"teux I SM When tha Swedish girl
11 to talk, and also floppe.i
Wd and probnob would plained nbcul the board and the
have shed a tear, but the tight of ,ud| start the com-
Saturday's Gallops
THE DERBY CANDIDATES
(By BKN BATTLE)
Till', beat time for the morning was Seedling's, a bo\
to box in 1.25 1/5. with SlainCe as his companion. The
three-year-old certainly did not have the worse of the gallop
and ludka as if ho will lie as fit as hands can make him
bv Saturday. Also most impressive, was Bright Light.
'Inis filiv worked the same Bear and Landmark did u brisk
distant* wdh Cross Bow. in 128 box in 1.24 2/5 a good gallop for
nnd looked very impressive ^ both. Hell Surprise also worked
she .lid so I tnought this her well getting the same trip in
best eJfDrJ le .' ite, and It erai one 1 24 4. caitie In the Aii
Crivkvl:
Northants Bat
Well Against
Indians
Uoiteux
her husband in the w,,i 1 ,,, iu: peutJon
ilothes must have made her more
concerned about him than I I old Char-
icton. welsh ol Oreal Britain was
good but patchy nnd obviously
time <-i 4 mil 1 aapwrlance But ;
-econda was a new Olympic ie- till good enough to come fifth
cord while the next live competi- Now that the b
ton also beat the old mark. Sur- ovei the CommunuH China's team
pnsingly Wayn, U .1 :. h )Ve irr|Ved To do
my McLane bolh of USA. and body seems to know. To-day how-
Japans Hlrnnosh.n Funiheshi, all eVer, it was announced thai they
hoi favourites, came 6th, 7th an .. in an international
8th in that order. ,illu)
In iwlmming there is pel haps The Finns are trying
second greatest flop In (lie In pklM I but the
...
LONDON, Juiy iO
Preach Design, a horse woo
. able to go on hard
used a real t-urprise a
Piggott losl his cap v..
The field set off at a slow ran-
ter for the llrst half mile, no one
wanting lo make the running. The
race was run In 37 seconds outside
Crudwell e.ime lo take the leid
from VeuDlln three furlongs out
Kid then Vidi Vm on the rails
.mi Plight? Praneea moved up.
\'idi Vui had mastered Crudwell
i>l Use di well-timed challenge and running
on well hL- ma-tered Vldi Viel
close hrme.
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ch plainly showed the mag- duced the most spectaculsi efltorl
1 nude "' Ihe laak which face* of Ihe morning, when he made
her rivals, Rasebjer Rose, eons- |wu and half circuits of the
ing fron\ the mile and picking Itack qulle oblivious lo his riders
up Colleton. did the box in 1.28 clloris to pull him up. His tcm-
4 5 which must have been all or peremeot U his own
ections could enemy,
have expected. In a yc*r with- The C. Class
1 B.. Light, she would
certainly have a good chance, if
LONIMJN. July 30.
Al Northampton today ibe
Indian tourists ran into trouble
when t. H. Brown, foriuer
England captain. WOO Ute Uasl
for the nisi time u.i- 1 >'
elected to hat. With DSttls BTOOkl
liiimiT Knglan,] ph.yei who has
S,r,7 loured the West Indies m.ik
entire game* after the sad d 1 mmumsu are obvious-
play of Mrs. Fanny Blankoi a propaganda mission.
Kocn in the alhleiics. II incidents
other lhan John Mai. hall of An-- which mars an otherwise genuine
tralin who simply cann I And I llymplc spirit at these games.
158, Northants rattled up 365 for
seven before Brown
Then In the closing mnuit.-. the
Indians lost the valuable wicket
", of Roy for only three runs.
ur A century Oy number nine
batsman Johnnie Lawrence
his second In first class cricket
Apart from Test Match who Mveu> Somerset from collapse
ni ojcr four furlongs with ;igainst b&sex ;.; Taunton. Afn
exercise form countt for any- Super Jet most of the C's were hctng 167 for seven
thing. Dunqucrque did her box sent from box to box. None did nnltj ly mBke 325.
157 J'5. but Ihe fact that I better lhan Dashing Princes* SCOKKIIOAIU)
Bomerse
policy of caution is being pursued and High and Low who got back
In stepgrlai ibi mad iti< m 1 vi 1 :v h.ishmg ivu...-.
IWIy. ought not to cause us to appeared slightly the better i>f
Ignore Ser. The same can be the two at the finish and will be
aid Of First Admiral, who was difficult to beat this meeting.
only allowed to do his box In 1.3') Cants lulslne worked well in 124
The Two Year Only ' lee Of these youngs- **** W0"1"' have appjeciated mor
ten worked and if the tales lhal P> Ui ihe ground did i.,
1 ; concerning them are *Nlf Aim Low took 3 B 0 S
I ere must Took forward ",.""ut ,>'lcr' Neither Abu All.
,me disappointing racing Tdxrir.n Lady nor RactOi
where they are concerned The luowed their heads end relumed
B rnard pa it Row Tie and '* \ "$ ' "fPff-
I ,1.. Queei looked l>est over "vely. Itoldruiu came from |be
4. which they covered En M 1/8 :il,l" "*' plaked Viceroy at the :.
wdh Ihe Illly having much the Shi- did the box in 125 1/5 but
best of things, Jim l*i Hue. "'"'d not get On her terms with
working with Joan's Star did the Viceroy Among those who were
11 V, 3 .'1 while confined lo 5 furlongs mention
. 7 seconds. How- m"sl "> be made of Trimbrook
lt(er did a flve with Cainice, but Th'r rather leggy and light grey
I was onlv able tu gi-t the limn lllv m-'> "* be ;'" ">> painting.
(Ill 1/5) approximutelv. DUt she apparently can run an
. KJ"S?JS3.? 22 SSd tmfm, rorm',0 rnr n,"h
.vlth Lunwayv Emberi. :,m\
NorlhanU versus Indians
Northants ........ 365 for 7 dec'*
Indians 3 for one wiekel
I>erb> versus Surrey
Derby
Sil
6!l for
li.i.ii- versus Sas^x
Mam. ............ 2S3;
Sussex .. ,.S b>r 'i
Oleemeter versus vorkK
yoraa 378 (or 8
... 114
l.i-ltr-lir versus lbrlik
Warwick I I'll. S|H-neei :".
for 47, Goodwin ...... 5 for 64.
Lcuester I IK for nine.
Somerset eesees t'jMrx
Somerset 22C. I^wrence 111
Worcester versus Krnt
Worcester..... 317 for B
Kenyon 117.
Giamonsn rersaa Noiu.
Cilpmorgan 144
Notts...........13l> for 4
Tlie B'
best limes for the morning, and
it seems thai some of the keenest
racing will occur in this class.
Itoeket probably turned
in the best lime over .V 1.0s
3 5. although the time for Fi
lady's gallop wltl
was 1/5 o-
Flrelsdy however had slightly
Ihe worst of things and may not
have quite done the lime. No
fewer than 3 horses did this
distance In 1.05 1'5.
They were Flying Dragon ''' '"^ ""
, and Spear Grass. Spear *wrred lo (see
Magic <;..>.- worked together but
the latter is n long way below
her best form and could not keep
up with the .1. maniiM (lllv. The
JTL. "\,i,h'" iCui^ ,l,nc ot lM S'5 *' Multe lm-
of asrntd f ? &**" Sl"^ Arab showed
that she is Imoroving when she
sccornpsnled Water Crcs in
1.06 2 5.
The D. And K. Class
The gallops of Cross Dow and
already l>eei
Bright Ugh
Sports Window
To night's Division "A"
Water Polo match** st the
Aquatic Club arc: Snappers
vs. Wfaluporay* and Boiutss
vs. Ham-on Collcgti Play
tarts at 8.30 p.m.
There will be a nilvr col-
UcUon.
Mdivh Wimis wuo is improving
Viceroy and lU'ts.im t-oth covered
in 1.09 2/5 while Boprano work-
Grass worked on her own, but i,n,i Street Arab). Both hit ing with Twinkle did I lit Cap-
Hvmg I>ragon had Demure as *(Mna W|,'l and there should be rice accompanied Howllsei and
nnanlon and beat her very C,,0J"' rivalry between them iclumed 1.11 1 5 approximately.
badlv. Lunways.wna seeompan- P*0 hi", n's br*< gallops so while Apronu^k working wlfii
ie.1 by Ttie Tiling who went re- [ar when he worked with Hamh- Cottage could d.> no better than
markabh- well and seemed 'o k"r R have ahghtlv the better of it The F. C'hvs The VecUl working wilh Mirch With the exception n" Miracle Gavotte was sent over 11 box
Wlniis came back in 1.07. Over and May Day who wnrkeri a box which the covered In 1.31 4'5
a box to box Pepper Wine re- to Ikix in 1.29 4'5 Uie F. Clas* The gullops of Cottage, Twinkle
turned 1-24. flat she is still a were eonilrod to Five Furlomrs. nnd Joan1* Star have already
force to be reckoned with. Mrs Best Time was 1.07 returned 1 v been reported
They'll Do It Every Time
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