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1/ IGI inn QaJub £aUiw} Tuur&yu BAkllMMi-, IIHUHII SATUBDA1 M (.1 M 1, 1152 M AJOi: It A. STOUTfc, l>ei'ui> i .f poUa : tig. of the I mat Col H 1 Mni.... Commission, i %  PCIKM the niuiitii oi .. Crown Attornc> U ^ and ;ui>. p. c. Lewis XI < on board the Lash Rodm i terday. Mr. Lew Crown A % %  Si. Lucia iu lake up .. titular .ip|H>uitnwm. Mr. H. N. Jack, A. ting Labour CommlHloncr and Mr*. Jack formerly of Si. Vincent were at the Baggage Warehousetu mce' the couple. 'ntr.init for Antigua M H. and MrD. Sam ol Georgetown. Ilntish GuL board the La4> Rsdaey yesterday. The> an on their way lo Antigua when they will spend a They arc the parents .pi Mr. Eric Sam who is a siucimt In Theology at (odnugtoii College While Erie u. in the island, he is a pmt of Mr. and Mrs. Her ben i ul Westbury Road. lay, Mr. AuaUii Husbands, son of Mi. Herbert Hu.'U a; Ute Baggage Warehouse to meet the Sams. For Six Weeks M ISS ItONA HARDING of Georgetown, British Guiana, arrived by the Lag) Redney. She will sjHim six weeks' holida) in Barbados us guest of Mr.'. K. Jones of Roebuck Street, St. John She ian employee of Columbia Stores, Georgetown. Also arriving by the same occasion were Mr. and Mrs. F. John. MB and their two-year old daughter, Leslie. The Johnsons are also on six weeks' holiday and aw guest.* .,r <.,,,.,,„( M„ H b Siminoi.s at •'Dunbeath", Holetown, St James. B.G. Tenui M R. JOHN TULL, British Guiana Tenor, arrived in the island during the week after an extensive (our of the Caribbean, Mr. Tull, whose beautiful voice won him the UUe of "The Golden Voice of British Guiana" left his uauvc land over a year ago He a !" v. alr ^y lou !" < Curacao, Aruba, Trinidad, St. Vincent Grenada and many other Islands where he staged successful concerts. Mr. Tull is hoping to stage a few concerts In Barbados and also a broadcast over Redlffusion. He is the guest of Mr. and Mr* C. W. Cumber batch of "Hallow av Ivy Road. One of his first engagements was to attend the Speech Day at St. George Girls" School during the week. Ho was very pleased with ihe programme, especially ihe performance of the School Phoir. New Ship W EST INDIANS travelling between England and the Caribbean are to have a new liner for the service, starting in October. The French Line win be sending its new ship, the Antilles, off to the West Indies oniu> maiden voyage on October 3 Iron mouthampton. She replaces/the De Gnu..which Is being Withdrawn from the service. The Antilles is a sister ship of the Flandrt, which Is now on her maiden vovage to New York. Married In Toronto M RPETEIt INNIhS son .of Mr. and Ufa. II. I. h,roof ilurfyrd". Kockley Golf Club Road, was married In Toronto on the 11th July, at SI. Barthulii.ewV Anglican Church to Miss Bette Pratt of Toronto. The bxwaymoon was spent at Hollywood laodge, Lake Simcoe, Ontario. MAJOR gTOUTE, Acting Commissioner To Rea.deIn U.S.A. Ul' W. F. HARRIS until -* %  %  ..!.;!; Manager o( HagAndrew, left yesterday i lorning by B.W.I.A., for Antigua od I'uerto TUco on his way to the i S.A., to take up permanent --sidcnce. He will be staying with braber Mr J. N. Harris of long Island. Mi. Harris was accompanied b> ,nd two children. Fn < %  >•* and Dudle>. St. Vincent to U.S.A. ISS K KMVIUIHK | nu Off to Trinidad I FAVTNG the island by B W.I.A %  f on Tuesday for Trinidad was Mis A K Alleync, Headteacher of the Westbur> Girls' School. Mis Alleyne has gone to spend her summer vacation with her sutcr Mrs. M. Gretton of Trinidad and she expect* to spend five weeks there From the U.S.A. T HREE weeks ago Miss Yvonn. Seale of Long Island. I S,A : 11 -td in the island to spend iu r summer holiday as %  guest ol Mr. George Pin hero a* O is tins She Is a school teacher and 'hi" is hei first visit to the island Miss Scale told Cartb that she is very much Impressed with the Dd wished her stsv coulfi have been longer Paid Official VUh A MONG the passenger, arrlvins % iu the colony by the Lady Rodney on Wedneada> lact wan Win*/Commander L. A. Efflfcn.-ld who paid a inert offidiTvUit to Trinidad Grenada and SI Vlnpri'SST TVPO Days To Go . HER HUSBAND BRINGS A NEW IDEA FOR WOMEN S SHOES TO LONDON ldV k %  \'-W Chinttc (own TRADITIONAL Chines %  ^ wedding town haa been m.dj hi HonHooi fox a London bride. Mlaa Mar> Martha San Van Lo. It Is '1th a phcenlx M'; t the Colonial Hospital, St.. Vincent, arrived by the %  todary. She embroidered witl motif and is lined with red %  ilk. Rut Miss Lo will not wear It in church, ana win be married in Western dress, will 1 change into the Chinese %  s^wn (or the reception 1 In August Miss Lo la to marry Mr. Kai Yin Chau, who I* tudylng law In London %  iu father iDr. B N. Chau. a member of the Executive before going on to*the J tJ n J'* t rC CoUOcn f Hon :i take u;>J Miss Lou name means I'.S.A. where sh-t permanent residence. First Viait j A llfliVING In the colony overJ th week-end was Miss Phyl-B iiHeath who came in brU B.W.I.A. from Trinidad. Mlssi Heath has come over for two 4 weeks' vacation and this la her • (Irst visit to the Island. She l**i employed with the Imperial Col' lege of Tropical Agriculture antf'J during her stay here will be tsj f uest at Silver Beach GueslH louse. Woi thing. | M ISS RLU1 GITTENS arrived in tn eulony on Thursday by B.WJ.A. iron. Trinidad and will spend two weoks' holiday here She teache al the SL Vincent Street E. C School and this is her first visit to Barbados. Miss Gltten Is a gue^l at Silver BeBch Guest House. Wo, thing. M ISS RITA BROWN, a te*cher at the LaventlUe R.C. School. Trinidad, arrived In the colony on Thursday by B.W.I.A. to spend two weeks' holiday. This Is her first vudt to Barbados and during her short stay here she win be a i^uest at Silver Besch Guest House, Worthing. A RRIVING in the island from Trinidad by B.WJA. on Thursday was Miss Lettlce Crouch who teathes at the Tacarigua E.C. School. Miss Crouch has some over to spend two weeks' holiday here and this is the first time she nas visited Barbados. During her stay here she will be a guest at Silver Hearh Guest House, Worthr OMING in by B.WJ.A. on Thursday from Trinidad was Miss Ellene O'Brien who will be spending two *cck.'. hulldai hc*< This is Miss O'Brien's first visit to the colony and she will be a Kucst at Silver Beach Guest House Worthing. Miss O'Brien teaches' at the Newtown Glrln' R.C. School. •beautiful in an elegant FILM STARS ARE ALTAR BOUND tasV-JfasssV^ j .. jfn 3 m si wtw^ x t< *i9k& M Sy. ^^^ -•m*i il assBW UIU MARY SAN TAN tO Western fan I: issfsii i.r.t*. (ROmWOHU f T-t %  1 T> *T^ 1 l" TT M I ..M Sf ... A HAPfT COUm are film sctres Lola Albright and con edian J-ek C'urson as they obtain a marringe license In Gtcndjle. Cihf. The popular Hollywood pair planned to wed shortly after. (International u isLaas sntrsne** i i t'Oyy. iS. -,> I*IMJ oi • tiaei ciuei , IH t-lrele ofUn oeciipitii t •na ei aupiwr. (9i (• i Sl i. speea. (4) pesjsj i uasa M>. J i.s... final (ii < rural Ui isa.i—I (Sf f 'Vismblrd *n*n bVohsn • Bi lores, ui -• VOUT Sundsf loint auf #,. tii s. aiios bassJ-tT .' oitlM fclldli. til 1) <--i.au lilt irfMM (J) !. %  I'diitasonloku wes fcr Hti-.ofrouad. IS) "MB bsDy osrrlu*. r*, •k imr S. (It l Little il ArtUS, ._ aU uita ot ufi JJ Busk up me •.JIIa>.. timrdu Si'u.% %  ; w CLARKES CHILDS SHOES WIIITi:* TAN 3s lo 7H . M.84 TKU-FORM CHILD'S SHOES WIIITK BUCK & BLACK PATENT KID 3s lo ft 7s lo 10s Us lo Is *5.07 & 5.37 $.32 & C.HII I7.M & 7.W TAN l.nco All Shu *4.7. M.t7, $7.14 MEN S -I'RETTY" ANKLETS S3 S 71 els T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS By RFRNARI) VM( KSTkU> JUST two more day.' I I will have done sag i the Tubby Hul But already they are glkinj king me ngn <*n iajn loi a second round. Tor Use beneft of Tubby Hubby club meml then wives who have had difficulty jetting some of the items on :hc onVial menu, here are some uMfU) alternatives. The items in socil paragraph ire more or less equal in nutrition and calorie value. Two SSMS 1 i 02. cheese = i lb. while A*h I oarrtnum rasher uf 6acoti=2 medium fltees of meat1 "noil chop. One slice ol bread-? small pofafoes. One apple I oranae'I pcgr= J very large llee of melo-i; grapefruit. The names uf the five Tubby Hubby volunteer* who will carry on with the diet when I am demobbed will be pubil-hed latci in !he week. MY TENTU DAY M>N| IWEAKFAKT One slice pineapple i they're cheaper Jat > %  ** > Mixed cereal with milk Two allees toast or one roll, with scraplna ef batter rolTee and milk (ii" sogar) Lt'NCH '-null grilled sole or rod steak with lemon Two boiled potatoes. (not tfo large) One apple (uii.-,or tea (no sugar) DINNER (lias* of orange or plnrapple lull' Baked ham loaf nith apple sauee Two new potatoes, boiled spring greens Freeh green salad Black coffee TAumut April 21—May 20 May 21—Jons 21 Tubby Hubble* helped boost takings of Ihe penny.lo-the-slol weighing machines owned by the Associated Automatic Marhlnr Co. Ing machines owned b\ the Assolass year. Into the slot west JI extra £ 13.000—equal to 3.120.0*1.1 -weighings".—L.E.N. OI.YMIli TO-DAY TO MONDAY— 4.ss) .vim a.is. UNITED AHTIST DOUBLE Horse on his tie \'I8ITING London is ne of America's trading shoe desagners Mi lunnan Delman. He Is also a racehorse owner, and when I saw him Delman was wearing a lemon yellow tie cmbruderid with a horse's head. Delman is In the early fifties. With him U his wile, a former dancer. They riff* been married nine years. have an adopted daughter. Mrs. Delman Is tail, slender. wears her light brown hair In a poodle cut Bhe dresses simply In a sky blue l.nen •ult. the jacket embroidered with white angora. What Is her choice of shoes? I 4.*w her wearing a pair of black patent sandals. A heels and ank.e Mrs. Delman usually likes plain court sh< %  andala. has them copied In a variety i materialsHer husband has a new idea : a "reflll heel.' u Ii fitted with metal prong.s with which any woman ran ; %  -purr a worn-down heel Delman s firm own 100 shoe stores in America. Indoors he wear.* casual grey suede s'aoes with wedge heels. %  They must fit perfectly." he .s.iy.s "Bo I get them made in London." saMaioi norm sttwttm. LISTENING HOURS ..ISIS MM u at* The NP, 4 10 ii m TM DBI1> • 13 p m Itamp .1 Rghl. S p.m. PJft i: %  /, %  I.'I n.m li.inii'n Time. S p m il*" 1 antttUH Mss.ii. H)j T...I. S4S Thr J Ml-up iid I'lmnniw M ">_ | p in Tlif Nw.. 1 10 n i Bi-hlna Ihe Nc. T 41 p ii tw. a is p n> Rb<> N** P ii. Aninial K-im. 10 p n 10,10 p m New* TklK. 10.15 I MBgallnas. 10 30 p "> VU>ty /•MI. C.f>> FaM GLOBE Ssfffcst. PRESENT THE EVENT OF THE YEAR Iraaaaa I KID SI SIK.US I I '.Ih b S. ISp.aaa. OMV M-C-M ....PRQDijCEg or-quo VABIS-. COII.U HO IT: yfctlon ln which your birthday .-"re^ and jV itlook is. aecordlng to the stars. %  penod to take On new Weui,^ lions you nave studied wall lor" ..II opportunity. I*rogress may start lowly, but time will insure better results.,^ • • • Hj ddvaitugeous to those who .-.tude forward with energy, knowledge. jL Compare your prOgjre** with othor'. have^^ %  UJ done your best? • ,* Auspicious on whole for well enecuted tilans. Legal, professional, general business marked for gains. Don't waste energy Jffs needlessly. * -a* Uttle of the unusual to offer this mixed *r day. You had better buckle dcajrn to wont, think carefully, and don't Jump to con-^ elusions. Don't be touchy' %  * • Dull for many matters involving mooey.-jS property. Have the courage to say no or*T yes .it right tlmg. as the situation may wise Respeei rank, age, sound advice. ,j * *, — Tmtux !(•' on your judicious guard, ready for un.— L iL.. M •tpected advantage* that a.ise overnight.^ AOg. %  •a Look behind the surface for poswlbUities' open in your particular line of work. Y > Jon. B—Jnlr 23 jair M—AM. a R.pl it— o ts Labour, managrmanl both can proCNas I l>otti adhere to Ihe Golden Rule, to a and lake attitude. No one -aided. }L •ooano Oet 84—KOT. S AOITTAIO biased action ever made for a better whole. * Overall picture to-day shows fresh benents from quietly -iiiied-Qii worthy endeavours. Matters that carry heary toll w .should be well worked out be.'ore trying, ^t Avoid disputes. &f * M Don't go Into any tallspln trom taking "r* undue chances in money, business or any KOT. 2S—Dee. M matters. Alter 2 p.m. you should find rays increasingly favourable to family,^ social activities. * * -It Caution in money matters, transacting ** OAPsuoOsUt business contracts, making loans. Protect 4( Ds. US —Ian. 21 your collaterals, don't be foolishly trustw ing. Heart interests need care. * • • • Not all stimulating. Your intuition n*yk AQTJaAIUg i^ 8 pronunent part In your attvtsMi. InJsn T — r*h 9n tricate things rate more careful study ^C Heart affairs, sports social matters in.* fresh fnvour. .. %  • • Influences have -ome restrictions on cer-^C tain activities Aim to have right ohjeeHrea; don't ask for more than you deserve, and •* %  dor.'t show disappointment at nunor^f benefits YOU BORN TODAY: Generally pleasing and kindly dis^C position, but apt at time* to be egotistlcaL You have a temper, M keep this under control at all times. Are well supplied with uimmon sense: make efficient lawyer, doctor, nurse, public ^f official; also brilliant actor, musician. Don't tax health or ^ spend money foolishly. Blrthdate; izaak Walton, most famT ^ ous fishing author; John Dryden. worthy poet laureate. ******* *__*£_ Pab. SI—March 20 DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 I



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SATURDAY, AUGUST , 1M2 BARBADOS ADVOCATE: HURRICANES: How To Protect Your Property From Them Someone's gongV| MR. W M WOODHOUSE of th %  Development and Welfare Organization broadcast a speech on Hurricanes .ind the protection of property over Barbados Hcdiffusion Network yesterday. Hisaid: — Before I suggest what you can do to sarengthen your property in a hurricane, I think a description of on* and what it dots would not be out of place. The woid hurricane, said to be of cmrib origin, means "bin wind"; In othci part* of the world it U ; called a cyclone or typhoon.) Tropical storms vary In Intensity, but to moat of us ''hurricane'' irnpUea deatructive winds. The Unite*! 9tatea Weather Bureau, which provides warnings for the Caribbean, is careful to designate only the strongest and most destructive storms as "hurricanes." Laser-1 storms are described as tropical disturbances." In the technical sense the word hurricane means j storm of tropical orgin wilh circular wind movement. Paths Plotted The paths of storms in the West Indies have been plotted since early io the 19th century. "We know that the greatest frequency of hurricanes in the Caribbean is during August. September, and October. It U also clear that the polnb. of origin and the direction of these hurricanes are most irreSJular. Even when one h&> started and it* track is being followed it la not possible to predict its direction with certainty. Thia was the case with the Jamaica hurricane of last August It passed over St. Kitts and than followed a course well to the south of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Somewhat unexpectedly it then turned north, west and struck the south en-i shore of Jamaica. Many Jamaicans used to tell me that hurricanes cniy strike the north coast—which is What happened in 1944; but they have since had reason to change their views. Two Movements A hurricane has two movements both of which occur at the saiae time. The first comprises the winds which circle around and Inwards toward the centre, and the second is the forward movement of the entire hurricane. The wind In circular movement is very violent and may reach a speed of 100 ra-p.h. or more, especially on the other side of the ring. Tha progressive movement of the whole system on the other hand is only about 12 m.p.h. It is most important to understand the action of this ring: of violent wind, which I have Just described. At its outer adga winds are moderate, but sometimes gusty and fitful — a characteristic of all hurricane weather; at the inner edge winds reach their greatest intensity, lasting for as much us five minute* sometimes at ISO m.p.h. or more, with occasional gusts of even higher speeds. In the centre of this ring of violent wind shore is usually a calm area of little or no wind. It is known as the "eye of the storm" and may be between 7 and 20 miles in diameter. Her" lies a danger to the unwary. When I hurricane passes over a f Uce this calm centre is preceded y violent winds from oat ruiactlon and it is foltouvd by equally violent winds from the opposita direction. For example, if the hurricane comes from the oast the wind may strike first from the north — then there will be a lull while the calm centra passet over — and then there will be nnother violent wind, but this time from the south. People sometimes soy "the wind came :>ack" This Is not quite the fact, i( Is only the opposite side of the same whirl. Ignorance of this has caused many people believing the storm over to leave their place of safety and to be killed or injured. Twelve Reported In 1950 twelve hurricanes wer" 1 reported in the North Atlantic; three of thAin ..fleeted tha West Indies. One of these three was known as UM Gieat Atlantic hurricane ;ind It passed over tha Leeward Islands in September. It started near the Cape Verde Island* off the Coast of Africa and reached Antigua in two days It took six hours to cross the iFland and the highest wind speed was estimated at 130 m.p.h. Fortunately only two lives were lost, but damage done to propert) and crops was estimated at over (B.W.I.) [h million. Serial I .e frees In 1951 ten hurricanes were reported in the North Atlantic. Each of these is given a serial letter under the Army signal alphabet system. The third, or hurricane CHARLIE, which struck Jamaica on the night of 17th August, was undoubtedly the worst It killed 152 people, inlured 2.000. rendered 25,000 homeless and damaged property and crops to .in estimated value of over <&W.I.> SS3 mflHon. The anenometer ov wind recorder £t the PaUsadoes airport blew down after registering a velocity of 120 m.ph.; the lowest barometric pressure recorder was 28.7 inches and 17 inches of rain fell during the five hour duration of tha stoiTn. This is more than onequarter of the average amount of rainfall in Barbados during a whole year. This shows how important it is o try and ma*? your homo watertight as well as wind-tight. I arrived In Jamaica within 2\ hours of the end of the nuna-.nr and during the next tan days I travelled extensively over the districts which had ,-eceived the most damage. 1 was able to inspect the damage before repairs had been effected. First Impression My first Impression — and this I confirmed by a more detailed inspection a month later with n American, who had been in sevi-ral hurricanes In Florida, was th.il a well designed and constructed buildi n g, whether in timber or other material, would withstand a hurricane. It was also clear that any defect of any part even one that might appear small or unimportant, might lead u> its destruction' and in its turn cansfurther and extensive damage to the whole building. A faulty ridge or ridge Using, for instance, might result in damage to the whole roof. It was evident lhat the hurricane had struck from different sides of various L-uildiiigs, there is no advantage, therefore, In protecting one aide only. Projections and breaks in a well .ire not unnatural in the tropics where one designs for shade by means of galleries, deep eaves. awning etc. All these append: i.-.. unfortunately, are liable to be lifted in a severe wind and particular attention should be given to their fixing. Indeed fixing Is all important, especially with small buildings. Here the total weight is of little account and the safety of the building depends upon the stability of the foundations and the anchorage of the superstructure to those foundations. The safety of the roof depends upon its connection with the walls; and indeed the safety of all members depends upon their anchorage to the structure and their ability to resist distortion and flying debris. A large nmount of the damage done U Jamaica was due to this last cause; the only sure precaution is to cover all window openings, especially if they are glued, with storm shutters. Wire mesh will help, but the glass behind may still prove inadequate to resist the wind pressure — though I saw many cases wher\ glazing of the right strength—and property fixed—had stood up to the storm without other protection. Strengthen Your Home Government has recently issue! a notice entitled: "Strengthen your home against hurricane," copies of which will be posted t various places in each Parish. The advice given is based on the e*> i>crience of the two hurricanes I have mentioned; and In conclusion I will quote these instructions: Unless you take proper precautions you may lose your home in a hurricane; and you may also cause damage to your neighbour Experience in Jamaica and Antigua shows that you can greatly Increase your safety by taking simple precautions. In some cases you will need the heln of n builder; in others you ms %  be able to do the work yourseli. First the FOUNDATIONS A wooden frame house ma\ easily be blown off its foundations i* it icsts on stone or concrete blocks. The wooden corner posts should be tecurerl to stone blocks by fixing stakes to the posts and driving them well Into the ground If the pasta are resting Crete blocks they should be firmly fixed to the blocks with iron strips embedded fc ( the concrete. Next the WALLS Unless all the para* of wan are tied together a hurricane will blow them apart. To resist hurricanes walls should be rigid. This means that there should be a continuous tie from top to bottom — from the roof framing down to the foundations. Iron straps, or even wire lashings, may be used for this purpose. In wooden houses the connections between top plates and inAtom sills ;.nd the upright posts shUusd be strengthened with < lagnnal braces. This is most important at the corners of the building. In stone or concrete block houses all timber plates should be securely fixed to the masonry walL This is best done with %  V" bolts. Then the ROOF In Miami, where they often get hurricanes, there is a saying: "Save ihe roof and you save alL" Roofs often suffer damage in hurricanes. Not only may your own home suffer, but the Hying debris may cause damage to others. Damage most commonly results because the covering U not properly fixed U> the rafters, which in turn are often not l.nniv fixed Ui the wall plates. Roof sheeting, must be properly fixed to the supports, preferably with long drive-screwa. Rafters and purlins must not be too widely spaced. As an example an aluminum sheet roof in Antigua with rafters at 18 inches apart and purlins at 30 inches Hpart and nails spaced every 10 laches resisted the hurricane of lf50. A high wind will lift a roof H it gets into the air space between, the roof and the supports. These spaces — as well as window:;, \ emulators etc. should be sealed off during hurricane ,>eriods. Next WINDOWS These should be covered by stout metal Or wood shutters, f.ecured by cross bars held In place by metal brackets fixed into the walls. fTboUl (. A11. IK IKS Being open on several sides a gallery roof is especially liable to be blown off In a hurricane. The remedy is to make sure that all parts of the structure are made rigid by tying the parts together described for walls and roofs. The bases of the posts should be securely fixed into the ground or to some rigid part of the structure. Then WATER STORAGE TANKS The rain falling during a hurricane Is very likely to be salt an it is important to cover open drinking water tanks 'And lastly TREES During hurricanes trees often fall on to buildings and cause gfeat damage. Any tree or branches which look as tf thev might damage your house in a hurricane should be trimmed to the Jamaica hurricane of 1901 most of the wooden buildings which collapsed were found to be Infested by wood ants. FY* this reason the buildings could not withstand the force of the hurricane. No one can tell whether a hurricane will visit Barbados or not; but at least one should be prepared. Government is taking all leesonable precautions, but it is up to each one of us to help himself. This applies not only before, but also after, a hurricane; should the worst happen over-/ one will have to Join in to clean up. We must avoid the %  sightseeing" which followed the J ama lea hurricane. nbOSS Who Want Federation Should Unite Sug. LONDON, Aug. 8 Mr. Albert Gomes, Trinidad's Minister of Labour this afternoon expressed a view in an exclusive interview that Trinidad and the Eastern Caribbean colonies should consider the advisability of Federation among themselves In view of the apparent reticence and lack of interest of other colonies in the we a || gfltrn of West Indian ICdrration. Mr. Gomes said: "A start has to be made somewhere. If Trinidad and the Windward and Leeward Islands took the lead further development may then follow Mr. Gomes pointed out that In action in the matter of Federation had resulted In the Afrlrnn %  ojonies which until recently hsl been behind (he West Indies I" constitutional development new being In advance and proceeding it an accelerated pace. He said that viewed from Lor, don one could appreciate even more the need for )oint West Indian action In this matter. He pointed out that the main argument in favour of Federation was that It would provide a further means of self-expression in the West Indies which at the moment are constrained to restricted action within Individual colonies. Referring to recent Jamaican demands for self-government Mr Gomes said that political self nssertlveness would not suffice. The basic criterion was economic liability. "In th elast resort It Is the abtlitv of the country to provide adequate standards of living for Its people that matters people that matters" he said. "However bizarre the political pattern in Trinidad If the fact remains that we are making rapid economic progress and In terms of welfare resources are in advnnce Of any other Caribbean territory." Mr. Gomes pointed out that ft was In terms of rcinomlc strength that the West Indies as a whole would be apprised by the British Government and Commonwealth countries He emphasised thnt only a healthv economy could make democratic government possible and without It progress became unlikely "Trinidad's" attitude in West Indies relations" concluded Mr Gome* "ha* always been modest. But era should however not be unaware of our strong bsrgnlntng power and ability to Influence West Indian development. Tha smisssful Federation structure of the future will depend primarilv on the economic strength of Trinidad" jar Workers Fad 4-Month Strike Macau Instructed .Vot To Apologise To Red China M > (kt Own Cpr.^po.ifl.nl CjKENADA. Au HON<; KONG, A. . tk nnvi|| r Hani Keats % % %  !" nf said thai the Portuffueat.I ..r. %  :—". -- %  (.ovrrnmcnl in Lisbon has In-,, .av U fSon. !" M ""?;r;r w n b ord cl "* ' '•;"• %  '" how !" ,'* ,, W'J, ""mow"' >ln. ,nd Mfnl. I w,„k..r. %  .*'" ,'" !" *1 U> gtvlnr' (.omraunlsts an Informal aiolus"' V"£ '*? %  d aia %  > M " n said lh on ;nd th. Crenadn Sugar Factory "j"ansfer to Barbados as Assistant' f.M mi tioi-c „j ih_•* %  >•• t_ •iiri fFngtn**** n —%  %  %  %  %  %  — %  i'M; Id., owners of the pstate. in tun (Engineer Department of Highy tenants'!t v *y" nd Transport pmehnse any u iless theirs v. i The vasl mnjitrity of the 100 workerarc %  tate. ThuJ .i long deadlmk cn-„ v ind In many public mertinsi ttacked the stand taken by S pany, whii. %  gave token assistsnc* WIN WITH SralQlHG OVErt 70 rtARS OF SPORT ,. 0. SPAIDIN6 & UR0S. LTD usi.iiui innen r>v %  %  vht\r the Uniotilr 0 1 H ance to the -ti ik-l*"srge. „ rofticc. %  won has not t.Lkc fT'om 1 )IIC platfmm foi quite .>| 1 f'P r at his last Market Square 1'" !" promised legal aciior.fj 0 the Company, saying on' rV^', .-.fRrrrt: HIMILI l. ^.,,.1 Whvte who is 37 years of' holds a Diploma as an AsaoI -.-••y Member of the Institute of 'Highways Engineers, Indon. He irved :,clerk, Timekeeper and ssistam Overseer (Roads and Defences) West Demerari i!'"-19t3 and as Clerk-in-, Public Works Department West Demerara District 1943-1944 In 1943 he was, I ppolnted Grade u Overseer Ronds) and five years later wa promoted Senior Overseer From i 8M he has been serving on as I lerk of Works, Road Construe| Iry, who the publ season. meeting .igfiin-t ,,.. < ...... of his officer* would be ... Trtnld. No Bowa sar, \uhag sdviaai ll %  unii .ind to n %  ,* %  > %  %  r g~, • -v to co-oparaH with rfl mgnagi H < .OIll Ult'llt I.*.*. (Ill MKIII bs it is his wish to rshiblistl better itnployer-wurkei No Union support, he .sum, (VO-M* 10 any who acted to uSj Contrary There irart to be ; i:r,n 'inker, either, but worhH i %  --" %  . HII.III VII1HIIIIIProgramme Corentyne. BerM';iiilni Voyage Schoonsg Confident /. G. which as built Bl Browne's Bench, Baj jx isra. %  ""...•' i ; "! • : "C'"spare Leader tiring the matter t should holu on. havn sg \ r stood their ground during the hardM when there provisions^ were scarce. Mr. Gairy has announced sus, penhlon of the Treasurer. iffoVnt I. a Is consigned to iner Owners' Assoclution. ~* U.S. $ Down Cameramen Will Film Eva's Funeral BUENOS AIRES, Aug 9 Four American cameramen have arrived under a contract to the Argentine Government to make a technicolor film of Kva Peron's funeral this week-end. After lying in state at the Ministry of iJihnur during the past two weeks, she will be laid to rest—temporarily—In a two-day ceremony during which the nation's armed forces w*ll iwirr render her maximum honours normally accorded only to a President who dies in office. The rest of the country will be unde* orders from the powerful (_'GT to cease work for a duration, and only essential public serrloss will be maintained with the usual symholic stoppages at ilxc.t per ods.—UJ. Syngnian Hhee tfonourts Vaii Fleet MONTRSAl.. Aug. I 1111United Statss'Dollar Thurs! day closed at a discount of 3 tl/92 I pvr cent In trrms of i .madisn funds, down I II from Weditss-1 day's close. That Is, it took )fl 1/82 cents Canadian to buy 91 : American. The pound sterling %  wits (S.88%. down & from WodneiSEUUU KOkEA Aug. U aad Syngnuiii .thee, victorious In last T Korean eleclion. awarded •• Presidential uii.i M Uiu .n •• hiaf 1 BghfJin h. .a. aparti.* %  .4-p^iilri. rnnivM m.ygo. boili iul t tmmh 1-uSi u onr •.( ..r lh> nvatrn-Muiini.xHi, linn" rnnipl. Lwlhi lodlHilH bfikaa; 1 OaKaiofaaBk .-•Iho I that if it had not been for th< help of Van Fleet and his army "we would not have survived. Van fleet 111 turn praised "the magnificent contribution"' made by the South Korean soldiers to the .urcesj. of the All let in Koret. —U.P. n cent at 92 78Mi.. / Wills Admitted To Probate His Lordship Mr Justice G L. Taylor in the Court of Ordinary yesterday admitted to probate the wills of Rosaline E. Gllkes, Christopher A Brathwalte and John R. Hoyte of St Michael. and Louise R Gibson of St. James COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LIMITED. White Park Road Dial 4616 IN CHOOSING YOUR TRACTOR OR FARM IMPLEMENTS. ALSO GIVE SERIOUS CONSIDERATION TO THE SERVICE YOU ARE LIKELY TO GET. 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/ .at. I-T.IT fiAK8AlK)S ADVOCATF. S.Vri'RDVY. AI'd'ST 9, IK2 BARBADOS.^ ADVOCATE ft taW r !• itaNH c. IM %  •" SI, %  l U s.ll.S Our < iiiiiiiliin llaril.iL:> I" My f. -*. HT Ssllirdsy. AliKUst , 1*8* I I .OH I I* l.AHIM >S THK Horticultural Society \s to be congratulated on its initiative in arranging to hold a Miniature Garden Exl ibition at the Barbados Museum during the last week of August. The Society's exhibition at the Drill Hall earlier this year reached a very hi^h standard and visitors to the museum later this month can be assured that their contribution to the society's funds will be fully rewarded by the excellence of the miniature gardens to be displayed. A society which is anxious to keep alive an interest in flower growing throughout the island and to propagate a knowledge of horticulture has no more suitable channel of early communication :han an exhibition. Until an interest in flower growing and in horticulture has been aroused the more individual lienents to be gained from membership of the horticultural society cannot be appreciated. By holding frequent exhibitions the Society can hope to attract not only the enthusiastic members of the Horticultural Society and amateur gardeners but hundreds of others who have hitherto displayed lukewarm or no interest in flower growing. It is important that the general public should realise that the Horticultural Society is not an exclusive society of flower lovers but exists for the encouragement of flower growing and propagation of horticultural knowledge throughout.the island. It would be most pleasing to the Committee of the Horticultural Society if every householder of Barbados became a member of the Society and the low membership fee makes this possible But while the activities <>t the Horticultural Society are of general interest to the whole community they are of particular interest to those who are most directly concerned with the promotion of the tourist trade. The hotels and residential clubs of Barbados have, it is true, many of them attained a high standard with respect to gardens and flowering trees. Others have been less successful in this direction. An exhibition of miniature gardens ought to be of especial interest to proprietors of such hotels and guest houses. Apart too from the direct application which owners and managers of hotels and guest houses might be expected to make t.f the knowkediy •cqunud i.oin u visit to the Mmilure.Tfcrdens at the Barbados Museum the support of all those engaged directly In the toarist industry of Barbados for the Horticultural Soc'ety is essential if the island is to become more beautiful and therefore more attractive for the tourist. Although tjiere are exceptions to the general rule the promoters-of the tourist industry in Barbados are not yet fully aware of the need for devoting some of their promotional energies towards the residents of Barbados. The operators of .hotels and clubs and business organisations are increasing their advertising expenditure on the visitors to Barbados from overseas but they have not yet realised the need for educating Barbadians to welcome tourist visitors with tidy streets and well-tended gardens. The Horticultural Society not only can help the hotel owners and club proprietors on the way to beautifying their own premises but if supported by the tourist industry can take much more active steps towards spreading horticultural knowledge and an interest in flower growing. An easy way to give such support would be to attend the exhibition of Miniature gardens at the Barbados Museum at the end of this month.ABEL l.llf I MIM.I At Balliol I <; ,j<. in has own department ->1 One of the mosl brilliant sons which e>v< live of the ancient history he wu an acuf, Harrison College was Abel main lines ol development ol luiowlcdsed authority, and what Heady J ..( Oorek Public L*w. I,, 1V01 he he had already given to the world the Rev. Nat Greenldge. the giftbrought out hut llo-nan Public gave further promise 'or th* ed, It eccentric, parson and schoolIjfe' in Which he traced the future ni.wier whose name Is ail)] a erowth of the R..man constitution household word in Barbados. and *howt~i I K-niuHis Tragic Death Born at the Belle Farm Estate In ul th e Bum*.MUI all I8tj5. Abel was sent u> Harrison lhr problemol u.i'i.mistratioji The view that Abel Greenldgerollcge a few years after Horace lney hiwl .,,,, jcatn was due t0 mushroom nc-anion had assumed the duties h published -Leg.! Piocedu'e m uoisoning has bean contradicted 2 ^SSSSZJU.T X Wl 1 Cicero's Time" which Is regarded Cy those who knew him inlimateF.a^L u ^Cm hi^h^SvIi Ih mnBt •important of bis l,\ He d.ed of an affection of the rC?*'the humnn.T.es tha\ wl3 ** % %  • ***&• Z *"• * %  on by over-w.rK to prove the great passion of hli Oxinng this Ume Greenidgc also ,„d financial worry. The warnpeal life. It was the early train ecelved at the Collegi '.he foundations for tti I he wrote numerous th'at""aid Classical Review brilliant William Smith hievements that wore to bring. R ,nw %  nd *f ni ? ^" rt "? .V* him renown in the field of schol"Students Gibbon These latter r-hlp learning. Abel Oreentdge won the Barbals Scholarship in 1884 and the Allowing year went to Balliol Tollcge. Oxford. The Master of i.utiol at the time was the famous lenjamin Jowett and under his eadershlp the College enjoyed .1 gh reputation as a seat of arnlng. There could not have NO a more congenial centiv for m young undergraduate and QltCttadn eagerly sot about to ntisfy his Intellectual curiosity. Almost t once his capacity for VOTk and lh* Wo with which he ibsorbed knowledge at n prodtiou ntte began to attract ..IieiiJon and soon after his arrival the Master sent for him for a special ntervicw. Such a thing was oinott i.nprvcedented for a frcsh%  nan of three weeks' standing irccnldge, therefore, approached bi Mattfe with no little trepldaion. When Jowett told him ton'. ie had heard that he was working ii eleven limns j day, Greenldge asteeked to saj, in his own if 1 •. %  nee, that eleven hours a day vas ail he could manage at the mie since he was busy acclimotlsng himself to life at the Colleg-. lowett could scarcely suppress • Mnlle when he replied Hurt the larbadian had misunderstood him h:it eleven hours a day was too r.uch and that, in the interests ot us health, he must cut it down. mpresaed by Greenldge's simple 'cal, Jowett took an immediate iking to him and from that -noment began a friendship thai .vai to continue until the Master's Jcath, in 1883. —#t articles for the ; n g given by the Master of Balliol and revised Sir thai he should reduce his hours "History of. 0 f work went unheeded by the eager student of the humanities Later In his career, Jowett again ABEL OREENIDOE (i pichwe hanoiuy ', %  • the Hall 0/ Harrlwm CoUcur. Abel Greenldge won first class icnoura in Classical Moderations and two years later gained tasks, which do not complete the intervened to try to save Greeibal of his lit 1 .r> .u-iiv.ties, .dgr from his self-destroying h* distinction of being putceeOratnldgji part rmtd U il the;/ teal and sent him to consult a Irst in the tlrst dust, in his Final*. wor ' " %  '" Ptf 11 *!.* 0 Uu tAken in *P Prlall t in Harley Street It did l was a signal triumph for ris rtlll,c while his main attennot need a specialist to duignov. larrlaon College sincv in the past Uon w s I1X,L1 "" "" '' ""P lil ta lhat drinking te and smoking frpquenUy bctrn the caw nat men. who iire eminent tn ,-huloi-ship und learning do not With it.tli.il,patience „nd Indusly because some members of the ",', try, ha had boon g.thexmg lh. governing bod, of the College vfast mateiial which he planned were opposed, to those who llkea to use for a monumental work on to till in their leisure time with llw history of Rome. research. Eventually his trlenos took up his csuse and secured In.. Would ho be able to equal the election to a fellowship to St. Cicnnan liistoilan in the range ol John's College. But it was tell his knowledge, in the compteto lnJlt thul turn in his fortunii ly possess the abilltj to mastery of vast and Intractable came JQQ | %lle to save him. For he impart their knowledge to those uatorlal. In the flirn grasp of d ied not lung afterwards and w.i ate aie less fortunately gifted detail, and in the dramatic prebur)M ln Holywell Churchyard .h:in themselvel. But if that may wntatlon ,,< the tacta? Would he, A year after hli death his wldov be called a rule, Greenldge was the l„ other words, l>e able to Of „„, granted a civil list pension are exception. He possessed the bine In the historian the peculiar ,„ c „„ sldeialion o( hls services to Jift of making the most complex gj|u ol the philosopher and tho |n0 lud B^,^ i aw and hu things appear simple and his ,oel7 These were Ihe questions orv h , h( dled short | „„,,. Ireturrs were a.source of insplrsthat naturally sprang lo the mind „„"„, „pparently broken by the .urn to all those who sat at his ,nd Greenldge approached his d „, WBI ,hi had TIC, T h .?k,.'2 u d £? ^ %  '! ur 8rcat !f w "i •*,• h", 1 """* ' afflicted her husband. Oxford wu Hiking tribute to hi. effectiveui, schoUu, yet with the conn, „„, ronsplcuou ,i, „..„,„, 0 he !at which dence that the undertaking, lr. m „„ who n d don „ much lo „. •J$?£S!'JZ?'JE2Z K'i!. ?'..'-"JSJEi"*"* s •"* %  hance It. reputation a, a centre nrss as a teacher than that which dence John Buchan paid him In his autoMUC of Us magnitude, b.<.iiraphy. -The supreme advanMyund his rcaources. %  ol uxfnrd to me." wrote the ^ p i an J h e WDlk had been "' 0 glnal rta "h'P ii mous uuthor and administrator, %  .arefully laidThe History was in U is not too much to say that •was that it enabled me to dls^ completed in fix volumes and the death of Abel Greenldge, when -over what talent* I had and what ,h e first of these was publish..^ he was stilt in the prime ol life, I really wanted to do. Horizons j n 1904. The form and content it was a tragedy for modern histonhad extended and revealed a sur^ flrst vo | umi pva „ happ) cal scholarahip. At a time when prising number uf things which indication of what lay in store for scholarly research brought little woke my curiosity, 1 wanted to crcenidge's readers. In order to material rewards, he chose to dcxp>.rv the wider stages of life. |ve a clenr ilic [ Urt ot lh e eondlvote himself, with a slnglemindL.csidea I had become attached xiQa$ w h, c j, led up to the great ednesa that never wavered, to the the study of the law and. under ronfl) rt hlU Wllfl 1O set lhc V ario.is task of extending the boundaries he inspimtion of H ,K" > l t .' ho ar : sectlom, of Rome at each other's of human knowledge. He dediS a l i *; a "\iJ^ !" "**l'J^i throats, he made it his first task catcd himself to a life of almost 10 write a social and cconom'c total self-abnegation, scorning dehi^tory of the period that was to lights and living laborious days, command the attention and r. He suffered and endured to furipect ot all who were competent ther the great task he had underto give a sound opinion on the taken a nd he deserves a high place tubject, among those who are rcKaided 11 jnortyrs in the cause of dlsinterhlp. HO.Mt: EXHIBITION THE emphasis which is quite rightly being laid on family We ana the importance of home economics ;is prerequisites i.f higher Uving standards in the British Caribbean can easily bo forgotten amid the turmoil of ideas which jostle for the attention of Caribbean governments. But Barbados which with some justification prides itself on its uniqueness of approach to common West Indian problems might steal the limelight from Puerto Rico, Jamaica and Trinidul by originating a practical demonstration of home economics at this year's Annual Fair and Industrial and Agricultural Exhibition In Queen's Park. Every year at Olympia the Daily Mall of London sponsor.a Homes Exhibition which is visited bj housewives and, husbands from all parts •JI thl United Kingdom and the British Commonwealth. Barbados need do nothing no spectacular. Bui the ease and frequency wilh whlih Barbadian houses are moved in lotto from one perch of stones to another suggests that an exhibition of six types of Barbadian houses could quile easily be arranged in Queen's Park. If the assistance of Miss Dora ibberson. who sounding the m-cessary warning throughout Ihe British Caribbean that home economics must be placed in the context vt the average West Indian home, Is sought il ought to be possible for n most instructive exhibition ot how six Barbadian family groups can improve their standards of living without increasing their expenditure to be presented. No more satisfactory opportunity for adult education exists in Barbados than the Annual I 1 II plain are made now tctlon and lilting ol lii Barbadian homes a moht original exhibition can be stage' In Queen's Park and ;i doughty blow*will have been struck on behalf of those who anaetive lo promote 'He advantages of family life and the necessity of training in home economics. ken a lively Interest In the most details uf the Greek and lioinan legal systems." Although Abel Greenidgc was amslunlly employed as a teacher ,nd examiner, he goon began to uniisii '.he academic world by 'he quantity and quality of hi* But the great work, planned on ^ed'schol llerary output. Early in his career iuch a scope and begun with so h" was invited to contribute to impressive ,i lirst volume, w:s It may be claimed, without Smith's Dictionary of Antiqulnever to be oompleted For Uree 1exaggeration, that, if Abel Green"lee" and he wrote niunivuus ,dge died a, the comparative earlge had lived longer* he wou.rl • tides far that authoritative ly age of forty-one. when he was have won a foremost place among .vork. That was the kind of Intel(.tilt working on his necond. voJihe scholars of Euroj)e. it is small levtual exeietoe to which h> liked ume. Bui lhe eminent Barwonder that Harrison College 1-f devout his spate lime. Then badian had already produced proud of him and tfiat the boys rullowed hisr%books in %  sticuu enough t„ show ihu world what of the school once contributed •I at avcined to suggest that the mightier triumph, he might have their pennies to have his portrait n.agic well would never go dry. .clileved if he had been given a hung in their Assembly Hall. For His first was entitled "Infamla. longer life. The London Ttsnes. in no one has < %  ne more than Abe! place ln Itoouui Public and ip jte of Its practice of underGreenldge to give Barbados and position ^f Private Lawand It proved to statement, was" moved to pay him 'he West Indies be ... interesting contribution lo ., striking tribute at the time of honour in the world of scholar the piTValiing knowledge of >,l s passing I %  ship and learing Roman legal practice. Two .wars new sp a p er, "will be regarded 11 Next Saturday — JOHN PEDgreat loss to classical scholarMAN BOVEl.L). li'lcr he published his ndbook Our lla-iaciVrs Sa : progress. colonies eon.vrned. Now that __ much depend* on this solioptative enneavour ha* been 111AW/f'rVilio/i' iritj "i 1 in und unit) ol hroduced in the West Indies and 7\i T/ie Editor. The Adeocoir— aetlon that it cannot i>r o\-ei emniw taken loot In the various SIR.—The subject of FederaPnaaleed or tin* often str.-ssed. We uni,s why -iiould _ an efforl lion so widely discussed these '""** endeovour lo sink our pct:y he made to expend and lau days and upon which so much nifTcrences and be big enough -o %  *) a moveinant .iepends. as to our future destiny, respect the views and opinions of ,,, 1<1 '< hrm,; makes it somewhat Impossible to others and endeavour in 1 spirit escape being caught In lhe tide ( WOdWiU aim d-op-Talion. tn Of expressions, DO! way OT an""" :| '"" ' other. %  *• I ll1 'H.-.'^fuUy and complcle%  •. worm %  >' other. which would closer to each As I jit lh at spirit to feel and 10 hl " ;i I *>l his inigbe r mlstrui of comrndeleniTii-i This, of couise, is no new suggeslion, but It enly needs the Initiative, someone with the ability to organise in %  „i tenri helpless and depend so largely on insularity and lack of cohesion n( to solve at least sonof lhe Imperial help or expect Big Inwe must realise that in auras %  w confront usterest to direct the way. are triumphs and defeats. Hy our Sucli a service, u 1 my, ran Through this channel oar sur%  TorU (oft lime in* leveAopad as %  huge coplus output *.( food and other proaclously) we make or mar our rperaiion, embracing all t h e aj Frem rage C NOBODY'S DIARY Monday—Old Macdonald had a shirt Yip-oh-yippy-y ay! And on that shirt he wore a tie Yip-oh-yippy-yay! And this is all that Malcolm wore In posh hotel or posh iance floor Because in countries where it's hot The old tuxedo's best forgot— But not of course the longs. Chorus: In countries where it's hot Tuxedo's best forgot: Our girls and boys Find Equipoise when wearing the Macdonald. As the Chorus ends, the gramophone record which for five minutes has been stuck on the needle is plainly heard "Everybody's doln it—doin it ... every body's doin it—doin it . Tuesday—Up at Seawell in th* restaurant there is a door which lead, to two compartments "one lor the masters and one for the dames." Unfortunately there was none for the little boy aged twelve or so and when he strolled into the dames he was hurriedly ejected. Wednesday—"They believe that the movement does useful work in high-lighting the importance of stale family life." Extract from a daily newspaper. What a subject for a general knowledge paper. "Describe as briefly as possible, with highlights but no purple passages the ingredients which add up to stale family life." First father's beer and tobacco. Next the fug that comes from closed windows. Whether family or non-family most Barbadians sleep in rooms with no chinks. Breathe stale air. Bread is stale but biscuit.are dumb. Why? Come to think ol it life itself can be stale. How many office workers on Monday say "I feel so stale on Mondays." Stale air. Stale fish, meat. Stalemate in chess. Old wives tale (That's cheating but what so stale in life as an absence of fresh air: the great guffaws of laughter .stir up the staleness of the air and make family life exciting and full of romance) Chance for the newspapers. Beginning Monday and all next week Stale Famil> week. The organisers of stale family week want to remind you that the importance of stale family life is receding in this city. The decision to run stale family week was taken after long and careful consideration. Highlights will of course be hung . P.S. Who is highlights and what did he do to deserve being hung? Trinidad boy with no tie: Laugh boy. Joke. Nobody: Stale. P.P.S. Don't let the cinema or the radio in on this and keep the Barbados Players out of it or some playwright will be dramatising the "Importance of Being Stale." Wouldn't Samuel Butler have rejoiced! CANASTA PLAVBHO CARDS. Instructions PATIENCE PLAYING CARDS Complete wilh $2.28 Set 4 72c. 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SATIHDW AlGl'ST . 1K2 BARBADOS ALVOCATt PACE FIVE Omnibus Company—Vestry Rates Hearing Adjourned Three Witnesses Give U71 i -, —-r %  lYwhtTs Appoint JbiVldenCe *Or YOnkerS Salary Delegates r> T J* E bearing of lne objections of the Yonkers Motor To Meet Gov't loTn \ t against the rates laid upon them for 1950-51 by the St. Michael Vestrv, which began on WedAn cxtni-ordlnary General nodav in the Court of Common Pteas before His Lordship KHS2, £ t' AMOCI.IIOII of the Thief liiotioB Ql* tlUi. p.n._ —~~..a,>.,. Assistant TaKnent in ScoiKljr. .„rf,., Jus ce S,r AI1,n Collymore, was continued yesMU wa held on Tuu< ut lera ?} In the libriirv oc Harrison ColThree witnesses, Hon. H. A. Cuke of Messrs Bovcll '*• Chairman of the meeting & Skeete. Mr. E. H. Bonne, the Company's accountant and 5 a> Mr 5 <}' c Glu *"*"for lhe Company, and its Counsel has informed thai Court Comie. Sccreu.y and Miss Joan t.ial they will be calling no more witnesses. Hearing of Barter. Assistant Secretary, and the case was adjourned until Thursday. 14th This case u one of three In -— ____ which Bus Companies objected to the rates laid by the St Michael 7 C -l rt -„—„ Vestry against them. One has al. • OCIlOOIlCrb ready been decided. In that. His —^ Lordship upset the rates laid by I-Cv*^..K* af~ *—— the Vestry agam-t the National DrOUgllt LiftrfiO 'Bus Company, and ruled that the ^ ~ taxable amount was $401.32 and Durins thi ik „„.,„ i„,„ no, the ,6,0,2 ,he V, hao coE've^uTroug'S^o"; The other Bus Compan, which fSSSS^ J^SS? l^SSi hat objected against rates laid and Lady Stloer. arrived from Coronation Souvenirs Panel Formed Education At The Secondary Stage aiaiiut ihem. is the Progressive Martinique with only ballast." ". f „ ... Schooner Marion Belle Wolf, K r .. H, A S" m i e'i U Cuk.b.d.lven.v, *^ ".^r^W dence 1 o"t A ed C ne k rt a h v*?„ ','h V .' n e n V ec-. ^Jl*", %%& S he" had^n 1 'th^Oo !" !" -, pStTien'bags'o, cLc^uS'and'w ngures'terrcorrec 1 ,' C mP ny fStf&T* """ bunchM "' At the request ot Mr. Reece, Schooner Phillip H. Darittson lhe Company's books and docubrought 85 tons of Arewood, 780 ments were produced yesterday, bags of charcoal, 273 pieces of Different Matter greenheart. 231 wallabo poles, 20 large number of teacher*. The meeting decided to appoint %  delegation to seek an interview with Government on certain matter* affecting the profession as a result of the recommendations of the Committee appointed to review the salaries ot administralivv. technical and professional officers In the Government serAfter sama discussion the delcMtion'l ti-niu. of refeiciR.WIT.decidcrl. and the members apE mUii delegates were:—Miss M. raimum (Queen's College). Mr. J. W. Rice (Harrison College). Mr F. A. Hoyos (Lodge School). The President and lhe Secretary were co-opted members of the delegation. The Secretary was then instructed to write the apf propriate authorities asking that the delegation be received and stating the subjects the delegates r LycUna A. called from were to discuss. The Association also considered a letter from the Advisory Commlltee'of Headmasters and Headmistresses Inviting them to send two representatives to attend a meeting at which leave regulations would be discussed The representative appointed were: M._It Girls' School) and Mr. R. T. A Johnson (Han-lson College) By MAJOR C. C.LINDON in > u IHrector of Education I was dtacutting iHtucution the other day with one of my tin rula and he said, in COniWGtiOO with a point which had bsMfi 1.used, "Well. I'm unl\ ,u. urdniar\ chajp bill 11 H obvkMII t*' ne that . Thjit remark CU) explain why a pood many well-meaning hut unsminil views are evun-ased about education in this island. There is very little •boiri education which is obVsOW. What seems to be the %  I v: not simple al all Education at the secondary stage but highly complex 1 will, howin England is now organised In evei irj i %  umntnisa tns> congiuthree broad categoriesQryaaiuns and recommendations of the mar. Technical and Modern. The tx>e i>t two types. I-nth live medals of as high a standard the two world wan, many expert of which provide a good general as possible there has been estab-•(. % %  • n r:t. win appointed by the %  •ducation and are related to Hie llshed with official approval, a Government. (Irat to consider as main branches of Industry and Medal Panel consisting of repremuch orst-hand information on Commerce Dne type of technical senlatives of the Federation of irte theory and pi.uiic of •ducatducaUoo will however leaf) to a Rrllish Industries, the Council of tk>n .i^ possible and then to make Drofeatlon, thiother type (which IndiiHirlal Deslitn, and the Royal rgeommenda'ton* The %  eports of Is more vocational In character) Mint Advisory Committee to waTctuieec eommltttaa will makr very "• a craft. The secondary educamedal manufacturers may submit interestini! reading for Barbadians Uon known as "Modern" will be It has been the practice In the past for the Royal Mint to issue a er.eg of commemorative medals in gold, silver and bronze for aale lo the public in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. Colonial Governments have purchased these medals either for re-sale or for distribution In their territories In view, however, of the difflcullles over the supply of metals and the amount of other work on which the Royal Mint Is eurrentlv cniaged. it is not contemplated that an official series of commemorative medals will be struck on the present occasion. thetr products for approval. HIGH STANDARD who rea!lv education i* *'ant to krow what ill about. 1944 I '".ii"" Ail The culmination of all this re%  Sarch work in England was the %  ducation Act of 1944. It Is a ver> comprehensive document and ers applying to the Panel will enVincent. Motor Vessel Doerufood arrived good general education with Ina* towards the practical anC closely related to the interest* anr" environment of the pupils. •Education Authorities In Emland are tackllne this problem o' providing variety at the secondarslaae in different ways. It woulr 1 be kmnossible in this ihort artlcli to deal with them all, but there r one way which lends itself well 1' propounds two new principles incorporation In our existing syswhlch are regarded as of flrst-rale ,Pni J> { '*", %  f co d,r > h Importance which are all of the academic o the first' Is that there must not *em I-academic typo It Is to proLhlrh u ^ •"> lon r ,w <* yfms of eduv' d *, ln %  %  "uffle ewy of aca19 cation, which here In Parbados we *""'* counai suitable to the should recognise under the n„n.~ needs of those children who ar The primary object of the Pi will be to encourage a high standard of portraiture, design and workmanship in medals offered for sale to the public as Coronation sn„v F nlrs. and those m.r,ufactur^" J&ZSS, tSLiT'Z "Z pact. Ot special Intereat to us the .dv.nt.gr. ol work In, "'• " %  I. th. I.cl th.t It from approved pWrA of H.? PrP-">d, two principle. Majesty or possibly of betr,g supplied with master tools by the Royal Mint. A similar committee. described as the Coronat i Souvenir? Committee and.which is agZZ a 3Zjr~i£~Z££ i ZZJff able to profit from .tudle-whlcl; the Medal i —,—, J Z ZimJf .— demand "disciplined thought and Rice, Bicycles Cloth Stolen other than commtmoratlvi nls, made by British medmufacMi & Skeete had gone into the Com pany's accounts with the consent ot both parties, it did not mean lhat their report were to be accepted in the seme way as it would have been under the law if the Vestry had asked that tl A. E. Taylor of Coleridge cases of matches. 96 cases of loose Street. City, reported to the Po" —-dine .'lui. hi. Before evidence was continued pumpkin's'.'"62 bunches "of" fresh co that 26 yards ol gaberdine Saint, V. alcOtt For ;SS f^ul, and othe, „era, cargo Iron, S3 W^bS &J WU^vataj ^f^J jg rj,^ bkeete had gone into the Com. m !" cuano. • h....„~... i„i„ 11 „„.i xi,,.... Found Dead htorc. between July 24 and Thursday. A bicycle valued $89 was stolen from Higginson Lane, City, between 9.35 a.m. and 10.05 a.m. on Thursday. It is the properly Fortv-vear-old Goulbourne Gitof Herbert Barrow of Station Hill, ^> ,k, • "'' s&zrL'&sr* !" h,,n Another bicycle valued $35 was olcn from the Gurrison Savanpany had et.nsentefi. As the ComC( Ui '." ..,„. #„ !" 'i J---. ,,, i,rm K.< ^v,in-.-j t n '..^ t >AUr. r m St. Michael, was found dead IN pony had objected to two auditors .. nf "** L. „..,.„._ A1U V complementary i iw mcnii Panel has also been established bu %  "J !" u ^.^ n LXm fsTow. the capacity to wrestle MCMM with official approval with the ob^^^S^JSS^^ *£ *titi with intellectual questions' ll of promo ing a high standard JjJ^^xS SITSm i caS '"" l w,,h ' ul l vln nv X|S I %  of design in Coronation nouvenlrs. Sj^ -fy Tf ,P w Sf ''s'for Infants -vondary Khool without at Ir Bfld Juniors, I.e. for children between the ages of five and eleven. The second stage Is called "Secondary" which is for all children over eleven. The third stage If. called "Further" and concerns all who have finished full-time attendance at M-hi.ni and who wish to continue their education. Sir John Saint and Mr. F. L. The second Important principle Walcott, M.C.P. will be the Barin the Act Is that children must be bados delegates at a meeting of taught according to Age, Ability the Executive Committee of the and Aptitude. .. Chronological Regional Economic Committee and Age. Capability, and Special the Officers and Council of the Talent*. University College of the West A child's chronological age alone Indies which will be held In determines whether he shall ueneral secondary sducation %  '. final year which will include various type-, of training of a vocallonal nature. It muat not ba la .mined that these school* will produce trained craftsmen or nenoi>pisU They will not. That is not iheir purpose They will how%  %  ver Introduce the children while they are being educated to various techniques, so that both teachers and children may And out what Interests them and what suits them, and on this basis, when t#j IIMVC school, those who wish to do so may continue their edu. i Ntton or trainini at the Barbados livening Institute, or become apprenticed to fiims or to master workmen under the bursary s.'heme run Hy the Board of Industrial Training. It Is expected too : %  %  there will be some who show hum ability In academic or technical subjects and If plans materialise it Is hoped that places may be f-uind for these at the older secondary schools. \ summary, uch as thus is, of .> ubject which does not lend itaelf easily to condensation mutt mcvi'ably be unsatisfying. To those who sUll seek satisfaction I re.inimend the following publlcaHons of Her Majesty's Stationery Office for serious perusal: The rdarofion Act, 1944. Our donpttifj Schools. 1950. Lit hour Officer** Qoitrse Mr. R. P. Parris. Labour Officer has been selected to attend the Colonial Service Training Course for Labour Officers, to be held Ir the United Kingdom from th* 24th September to 19th December IP52 Mr. Parris la the fourth officer in the Labour Department to attend thin course; the previous oilactees being Messrs G B. Ni-es, C R. Springer and P. J. Odle It is expected that Mr. Parris will leave the Colony for the United kingdom on the 24th August. \u.-2. In the S S. Otosakle. This course Is being flruncoa from Colonial Development and Welfare Funds. APPOINTMENT Dr.AP Mule has been appointed to act as Asatstant Medical Superintendent, Mental Hospital with effect from the 1st of August, 1952. Dr. R. W\ A. Salmond has been appointed to act as Sp> c la list Radiologist, General Hospital, with effect from the 12th August. 1152. the Vestry had named, the matter was somewhat different. field of canes at Bullens Alley at about 8 a.m. on Thui-i I %  i His Lordship asked, "But am I to do now, go behind the auditor's report?" Mr. Reece said that from what his solicitors and he had seen of the books during the day's adjournment, they were satisfied that the statement was not a true one, Mr. Adams raid that His Learned Friend had agreed to Messrs. Bovcll & Skecte's inspection, and it was as though the %  hat ^' w s remowd ,0 lhe PU "" C "ah omZ Mortuary. A post mortem examination who attributed death to natural was performed by Dr. A. S. Cato causes. Decree Absolute me on Saturday last. the property of Darnley Sealy of Oxley Street. Bridgetown. Cecil Legal), a porter at Stuart A Sampson, Roebuck Street, City, reported that a bag of rice valued 318.90 was stolen from the motor lorry "M. IZS4 between Belleplaine and Shorey Village, St. Andrew. The incident occurred between 6.30 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. on ThursJamaica probably during the latter half of August or during September, to consider the finances of the University College of the West Indies. The main points for consideration will be: — (a) The deficit on the present six-year period. (b) The Increased expcndltui ceive Primary or Secondary Education, and It follows that it does not matter whether a child comes from a poor home of School*, a originally planned hy the lie partmeiit of Education. The children attending the tw< leonard's Schools will bt drawn from a large group of eli mentary schools In SI. Michae 1 Thev will be given two years o tion represents 7.4% of the estimated expenditure and amounted to $53,280 for the year 1952-53. SECONDMENTS people who drove on each each day, was produced. J On page 6 bus ed in person. thr Ihe Circulation Department i d floor. Police Clubs Will Stage Athletics Not Yet Appointed In a news item appe. Page 1 of yesterday's Isai %  nd i 'iiturtle, one of the largest brought ashore for the season, was caught in a turtle net owned Jointly by Messrs. Cyprian LaTouche and Paul Mandevllle of the Miss E. A. O'Neal, Assistant Teacher. St. Lucy's Girls' School, I.a-: been seconded for duty a* Postmistress of St. Lucy during the period of Miss E. W. St John's absence on vacation leave from turn of the teachers in Ov 6th ducation there IH It that teachers must know their children thoroughly not onlv what they have done, but also what they are capable of doing. The new conception of education is child-certlred It says in effect. Ilnd out what VOUI i lultl If. capable of doing and then provide the education best suited to his needs. Thanks to the devoted Irmt u-_ "j J %  ""-" *.i tff.mcii loucne ana r*ui jnnot-v.iic oi ino Sfftl^SaSr.'l.J'SSE Photo En.r.v,n Department o< the Adtrocaf. The net was set at Olstln. Other gate Port Services" it was stated that His Excellency has requested The Police Boys' and Girls' Hon. H. A. Cuke. M.L.C., and Mr. Clubs will hold their first Annual p. D. McDermott to prepare ceri urt 4 e catchers at Olstlns arc also Athletic Sports Meeting at Kentain information and figures on bringing ashore fairly good sington Oval on Friday, August how cargo la handled in the Port, catches. 25. We understand that His ExcelLater In the day yesterday, anAlrcady the clubs are holding Jency nas not yet appointed Mr. other turtle, weighing about 100 eliminations and submitting thoir Cuke and Mr. McDermott. but pounds, waa caught In the Larepresentatives for the various that the Mercantile & Shipping Touche-Mandcvllle net. events to Major Craggs. Association is preparing InformsMembers of the Cluba are onxtion regarding the handling of A large crowd gathered outside iously looking forward to the cargo to be used as a basis on the -Adt-ocate to get a glimpse or meet. which to prepare the figures. the turtle. 10th August to 6th Septe.nber, tary teaching servire, mm hinei > 1952. now exists, and is In working; Mrs. P. V. Weekea, Assistant "**r, for forming an Teacher, Clifton Hill Girls' School ,Bnwd d ' ** *•> general capahas been seconded as Post"'ilities of each child In lhe elemtstress of St. John from I lth m *S! ar y cho i' l L. No \ Ci,ch in August to 5th September, 1952, ""bados need be a a loss In asLui il £?• ""*• ' '" "" 0,h children In will be on vacation h ,e h ooli The Mai , „„t „.,feet of course, but It will eompnr, I. M. Pros, leave. NYLON SHEERS in Plains, Stripea and Flarals. The Finvst WAFFLE PIQUE In Marina. M.lse Fmerald and Bine. Ladies* Hr## HARRISONS — DIAL 2352 A u-hli' Ranuf III It III II LI.\E> with beautifally embraldered Mossaea, In Grey and Turquotae. lo ifionsc frum IOlIO\ ritivis in several styles Inrlndinc 2 pc. Separates, Ballerinas, as well aa off-theshaulder biOnses vfHh photo print sktrU. Wireless Practice It is expected that Hurricane Relief Wireless Communlcatlotr practice will be held on Sundav. the 17th of August. &f&f • very favourably with any system used by an I.ocal Education Authurlty In England. Aims And Object* We can turn therefore to the other side of the picture What should be provided in the secondIntercolonial Table Tennis Nun ill Trinidad vs. Barbados —Hraagraaaaaaaas-— Every sweat is more delicious with BIRDS CUSTARD ueaminm, .ntootUnett %  rin.ii> your kuMvil * BtrdV t-or ui long as you ... or your mother i remember ihc ha* been aa atiurartcc of unvarying quality. So srbea to*, id for tastard. It's a Its to ask for Bint's W.:|,.,.,!,,-. |3 Y M.I'.C. Ba 4 Friday 15 vs Colony. Monday 18 vs. Everton. Wednesd\ 20 vs. Colony Friday 22 v*. Y.M C.A. Monday 25 vs. Colony. AIIMIHHIUN : Club Matches 2/Test Matches S/Seaaon Ticket* 12/H MMMMt t VETERINARY PRODUCTS FIRST AID concentrated Blood Tonic, recommended for Anaemia, Skin Disorders, lack of appetite, etc. KOSSOLIAN IODIZED SALTS KOSSOLIAN MINERAL SALTS The ideal mineral supplement for animals with Vitamin D added KOSSOLIAN POULTRY TONIC KOSSOLIAN Slock Farm Condition Powder—a highly to Increase the egg production and also general condition of the poultry KNIGHTS LTD. All Branches Fine Fashionable DRESS GOODS NABJV UMH in IM i in WWV. BLACK & WHITE PIC! SKIN $1 10 pr yd. PLAIT* SEA ISLAND COTTON for Shirt* in While, Cream and Blue. $2.30 per yd. SILMYRA CREPE DE CHENE. in Acra, Brown, Pink, Rose and Green reduced from $I.2B M $1.02 SAMBA SHUNS in 8 Different Designs reduced from $1 50 to $1.20 per yd. FLOWERED FERGUSONS suitable for Children's Dresses at $1 84 & $2.04 per yd. FLOWERED *t PLAIN TOOLINA reduced to $1.50 per yd CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10, 11. 12, 13, Broad SI. f .. riKiw CHOWS known throughout Barbados H. Jason Jones & Co.. Ltd.—Distributors \v.v



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, AUGUST , 1 3 Give Evidence For Yonkers Huii. ff A. Cuke said lhat certain entiles on certain date* In jLa Transport book which showed that 4 certain number of people had travelled on some buses, were not recorded in the Pare Receipts Book the Company kept, but there might be an explanation for it. CiKkl Trip. On April 7. it was een from the Transport Book that the bus M-748 rruidc eight trips for one period, currying 481 passenger.-. %  mil ten trips on another, carrv inn 80S, bul nothing was recorded in theFare Receipt* Book far that bus On April 21. the Trailport Book nbo > howed that th %  bus M 731 made 10 trips durin | tamed H23, but in th Fare Receipt Bo"k, the bus M 73 ; did not appear for that day. Thai were other instances In which was shown in UlJ Transport Boo 1 that a certain number of passcn gers were carried by certai' busc-. and n„ record was mad in the Fare Receipts Book, but u ha (aid, there mip.ht be an explanation for it. The book in which charter were recorded showed monttu amounts and not each instance o a chartei Salaries for the period amoun' ed to tS.too, wages 5M?67d; .1 NMtn $14,000 Salaries wer. i i* limes Ui< ludea in tin... .-,.. ('(OTsunv's Auditor 12 Yr;ir. thai it VIM oni I Compim was registered at n Limit* --t He wai auditor toi ilie original Comp*;iv about IJ There was navta any duplicui.-n of wages. The wages' %  Matt •tag out weekly and the salaries' sheets monthly. Sometimes salaries v-nuld be mlxr-I with wages, but then they would only nppeir onre in every four times wages sheets were mad"-. The wage" for repairs, par. bought for cash, and cheques paid for items credited, came under the head "Repairs". He never had occasion to look into the book kept for the Transport and 1-abour Departments. Cross-examined, he said that as Secretary of the Company, he had sent in the returns to the Veatry. The Vestry had submitted the names oi Iwo auditors, Mr. Mc Dermott and Mr Pile, to inspect their accounts, but neither of theae was acceted. They wara objected to because it was ii-ll that the business of the Company would not bkept at private as it should be. Besides this, on a previous occasion, one of these auditors had refused to give a Company a copy of its report. Spare Parts From July to flsjplsmtmi $1.ORB.44 was taken In spare parts, October and November $1,157.87, December to March, S2.O90.85 and April to June S1.87U.40. These sums were paid for by cheques. The total spent on spare parts, both bought for cash and paid or by cheques, was $7,108.04, while $1,387.83 were taken but not paid for. The stock which the new Company had taken over and subsequently used, was valued $2,181.11. Wages proper amounted to The Company's bookkeeper, Mlt territories for development purposes. K\|rriiiH*u!a1 Sutiion Wiiriis Of Poultry Disease Notice of a new poultry disease has recently bee. given by the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Puerto The pertiiie.ul bulletin has be>-n translated and is reproduce d herewith for JTOUl infomiiti and guidance : The PVder.il Department ( eUekeos, and which is causing large losses to the poultry industry of the United St.it. pnncipally in the eastern coastal region. "Infection of the lungs" is the name which has been given to the new disease. The birds aff.it i duple %  MlfTirl f">quent discharges ol mucus fron the nasal ducts, and appear drov. the disease In several birds has been from 30 t 50 p< cent The bird.* which survi\ may recover within three week* or may continue to show the symptoms of the disease indefinitely. Because of th %  sSe, and fearing that it may break out at nny mnment In Itural Ex perfcnent Button auj danger Bl ponl: Q t they oheereq the symptoms of i their flocl,* \ ij %  • '"xppiimenl Si.ition will ordttr th-i Mr. Lyttelton's flr-t task on assuming office as Colonial Secretary last autumn was to order two studies to be made to could be done along these lines. He announced the results *I these studies during the debate on Colonial Affair" in the Hou.e of Commons. "An imaginative and bold policy of colonial development," he declared, "will not only bring the possibility of much greater *oci.* services, health and prosperity t the territories, but may do much to re-ndjust the economic balance between the Old World and the New." One dominant economic factor, he said, Is that the demand for primary products, above all food, appear* likely to be Insistent for many years to come. Mr. Lyttelton disagreed with the views nf dieticians that famine Is Inevitable and said: "I believe that the ingenuity and enterprise of man will surmount these difficulties he can be sure that the demand is there. I believe that that demand Is likely to be InsliK-m Apart from the nine commodities which hold out prospects of short-term increases in production in the Colonial Empire, another ten commodities rould be increased In supply over a medium —or long-term programme, Mr. Lyttelton's investination disclosed. These commodities are aluminium iron ore, lead and zinc, tungsten, pulping materials, hide* and skins. 1 raining on the ground, leaving the Comets free to bananas, tea and tobacco, make money on the corporation's expanding services. Mak The COJIC#olralJon ^ ^ eJt Ing this possible is a ground jet trainer which stimulates panwon 0 r tha, e commodities docs thr effect* of it'J'l jet Hiplit at 500 miles an hour in the not mean that we must noi push stratosphere—and yet stays permanently on the "claasroom" floor. The cost: £40 an hour. The trainer has the complete cockpit and flight deck of a Comet and houses the trainee pilot, radio operator, navigator The little world Kuznetsov will leave behind I'-sr-^IVK state,y mansion.'; m the Kensington avenue Li known aj UDBonalres 1 Ko were the centre ot 1? Kuznetsov" world in London Inside the mansion* work Stalin's ofll' %  to Britain m tbi lights burn bkte jo not cltcK gsrftahN •atari tbi lights • %  out In the Kremlin • ,r ne fuuBUuis in Ua-'-%  cow d inelr jig %  -me matches auiric" l ;lrh '''• pe-^n1 hawo ot JPaltn htmsell jBJB^Bsrton Pa'BCc *nroTi Social contacts are forbidden BOAC Finds Training Comet Crews Expensive LONDON. Training its aircrews to fly the Comet airliner has been costing British Overaeaa Airways Corporation a lot of money in the last year. For a start, the Comet costs about A1320 an hour to operate. Then there is an hourly loss of 18,000 passenger revenue miles. And Comets have been spendng hundreds of hours on training work. Now, how ever, BOAC will be doing the bulk of Its con Opposite .in"-' % %  \nd-.', envo rain J" *nicn inrttsd ssiauw ^cu conmeisrr : %  m %  %  %  COOU '< %  • mill sv. i'" in a i. • rooms, a l'.u. HI %  and • Ship arrives every 3 weeks Supplies are Mi pp in toe S.S. Dei' Ihre.%  men" •,.. %  ,.: % %  re! ani 1 %  %  0> a plat" •"> delivered daily pitsslan* no no* .>m tor i hem For aine.the war 'lie • %  shortage some have 10 live oui of M>e .-nitj^'CTi m"" hi 'ne %  1 r|ii Chei-n 1 'ne en %  *... 1.1— LOttdON 01 sraUni gtAMOl url. SJ i *sei ooraer i> i %  ii IxirO . . I Tj fO in i radius ol Co:^' n omre. : .n cetsl svel ban ]. a tjc.i.nd ihe :rjn Cur.s'.n. Recently, the>have relaxed lea a* JR :rt* W .:.%  In n*niiU*Cd lo Hill > %  :i of iheir stsfl. TTiere were aOou: M \-\xpu. But on o-ders from Ntoscow ihe .school ibuj n ItHB. idren now go back lo %  r *choot:n. The under--si -he embaw.. R-xenllv liiiHussUuu have relaxing their social aloo'ri"M London Express Servlot Nurse Awarded Tutoreliip Course with the production of many DC ihe existing crops, such a* lubber," he continued. "It means rhat here are commodities upon which a larae part of our development must be concentrated flneer. Three instructors check If we are to get the best remit* ihe crew as they make their mock quickly. Commons Jtfay Have Clerk For "Colonies" Mi Super I Ou. Own C on —pomd w rti (.mENA.UA. Auf,. Monica Munro, utenueni 'The policy which Is betna: pursued by Her Majesty'^ Government Is to try to push on with the expanded production of these nine commodities. "They involve also improviru 'he facilities of transport, lh • ports and the roads, so that they .ire able to carry this increiv-<-.l MAIL NOTICE i Kmftinn* I-P a.nT i take-off and night. And, to mak it really touah. one Instructor sits 'Nursing at a panel feeding In faults-Colonj making an engine catch Are. Hospital here, "and one of the first starting up a headwind or burst Grenada nursing scholars to go ing a tyre on take-off. to Uie United Kingdom, has boon All the instruments, radio anu .iwarded a one-yea* 1 Sister tuioi controls act lust as If the alrllnei klilp course at Edinburgh UniveiW(W | n ml flight. Sound effects, slly under the aegis of the Qu** n like the noise of the let engine Elizabeth Loloniul Nursing Sernnrt tno breech of the noseproduction, and, "above all, th ,i CD W %  cheme onerwheel tyre on touchdown, are ret nvo lve Increasing Ihe technh ul i.tod by the Colonial Ornce. She pro< iuced by records. aTi & n( f V iiry services." leaves next month The path the airliner would fl> .. -M.niiv over the ground (if 11 were flying), Mr. Lyitellon agreed Unit Uu Mr Hamish *J*TZi XuvZ* automatically plotted by a masproblem arose of the necessity r fJ; L ter arm which slides over a map lor growing food for the people Instructors' desk. Movewho are to be transferred front iver the rsdlo and radar food growing into the extracting Vnri.su of Grennnetwork also show up on a screen industries But there is evlden.e Tviiwnl Ssi LMCH A V !" Mm m a B P ,al r ''m some parts of the Colonial EmiHuarters In Uie lost cordlns device makes n perm:ip|re, he ssld, that too much n'" "' • %  ''"' ,h '""" tentlon is being paid to the ca stry Dopurtmcnt, .. %  %  rsgir d ue n " !" •&"£ s,.." PUP." C Governor Aruhdell left last hack night by H.MS. "Burghcod Bay on a visit to Dominica. Ho is di to return about August 20. rTHE STANDARD \M ASSURANCE CO. E.tabliil.cd 1825 N EW business figures to 3"th May, 1952 are given below, with comparative figures for last year:— liner I cheer; tak Other advantages: Pllom ean make serious mistakes without serious after-effects; they can be mnde to fly into dangerous haz arda to see that they follow the correct emergency procedure without actually being in dangei; the machine can be used 24 hours ni-l development. Difficult day and can simulate bod some of the Colongtl territor >d export crops and not enough to the subsistence crops on whler, the people depend. On the (juestion of o.pltol development, Mr. Lyttelton said lhat over the next (hraa yi an rhortage of capital will not be Ihe predominant factor In ColuI kM 'i Bngtoasj Life Asavrancssi: Ord!.. .-i. •Orcup Total Defeired Annul OrdiTittry Group Total Immediate Annuities i £11.314.054 R, 189.33b per annum H 172.259 I.OM&1 K 3.802,910 £47,075 Sum Assured Sum Assuied 4.181,010 C 12 449.247 I.GlBJTt C2R22.rJ £56.015 The Annual C Ing was held on 25th March. when the resuhs of another r of solid achievement wenreported to die mvmbers of tV Company. The most striking features of the report were Hi • increase in the total funds to over £98,000.01)0. the expense ratio of 8.3T, the lowest in the history* of tho Company, the record volume of new business and the further Increase in th net rate of interest earned to over 4*. For full particulars of Yields per cent tor Annuities, and F-MimMe* for Staff Pension Schemes, etc., please apply to:— Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. weather at will. The designers do not claim that the simulator replaces real flight in a jet airliner, but that it supplements it. meant that they could not spend the money available qulrkly enough, he added, explaining "The plain fact is that many nf these economies cannot absorb British Overseas Airways Corvery large sums of capital for poratii other, Britain future. have also ordered aiiverslon of the turbopmi. a, for their crews of the Dorman Will Succeed Reniaon POKT-OF-SPAIN.'' AugUsT I, Trinidad's new Colonial Secretary to succeed Mr. Patrick Muir .... Renison recently appointed Oov]cdfP or how nne lilor of British Honduras, Is Mi. Internal development In the shor run. "Nevertheless, 1 want to say this very -tlnccrely — over the nexl decade it seems to me axioma .c 'hat we shall not h.ive enou^.i i-.ipltal col.cctod In this country to develop the Colonial terrltorie at the rate which we should desire. "I do not knew of nny means. from a lifetime of financial knowinvest dflclts in promoting development : lb *under-developed countries. '^ deficits exist to-day. I hope the* are short-term ano I hope ass shall have surpluses, but navarthe'e-s. I think II is lmpo to believe that our surplus wi'l benough to invest In those countries at a rate which we all desire to see. Maurice Henry Dorman Director of Social Welfare .otnmuntty Development* in Old Coast. Mr. Dorman who was educated %  t MagdMene College, Cambridge, appointed to the Colonial Admiuutiative Service in Tanganyika In 193*. He was Clerk to .l.e Executive Council and Legtsln. tU e there from 1940 to 1945 "It seems to me. therefore, t. He area appointed to the Gold bo quite a sensible policv to \ COM poet from which he is comto bring in foreign capital and. ing to Trinidad In 1950. It is exabove all, loan capital, provide) i>ccted that Mr. Dorman. who has that In doing so we do not ftU four children, will arrive here in ,, ur birthright. >ctober shortly before opening of the new session of the Legislature <" that way, by bringing m Mr. Renison will leave Trinidad foreign capital, we shall be doinj tomorrow for the United Kingdom ,wo things. We shall be accelera:on vacation leave prior lo taking in f development, and, I think ip his new appointment. %  hall be pursuing what is traditional and almost a classical economic policy which l\ trying to get the surpluses of the creditor countries invested, as they wet i in the days of our forefathers, in the development of under-dfthe DRUGGIST McINTYRE DIES IN GRENADA rium Our Own Cormpondrnti GRENADA. Aug 8 Meredith Adelbert Mctntyre, ftS. promfnent druggist of the veloped countries, who are colony for many years, died last debtors. ML" ^^^"^KIK; " w %  anxieties .boa. rSSln. %ftc? ta brSu^Uur^ gft * Uld K" ^ ^ fore leaving home He leaves I States, many of whose primer wife and four children, one a son. "ctlities were developed by Brit Allister who was recently made lsh eapltal. Look at their a clerk m the Governor's office. **f would hardly think they hav< He was a member of the St ld their birthright. On the DOI %  John's, then later the St. George's trary. that capital provided tr^ District Board. His funeral st St. Irrigation which has opened ui George's Anglican Church was These vast lands to productlor. largely attended —B.r.F LONDON. August 1 A Colonial question brought at leant one momc.t of calm this %  real to the pre-helfdfly lireworks mood of the Commons. Both Government and Opposition benches applauded the news that a step forward has been taken in regard to adding an extra clerk, J %  Colonies'" Clerk, to the Table of the House. Following a letter from the Secretniy of State for the Colonies, Mr. Lyttelton, the Speaker of the I louse is to discuss the possibiliiy of such an appointment with the other Commissioners responsible for rega lating the Offices of the Convnons. Brought Idea The man who first brought forward the idea, earlier this summer, was the Conservative Member for Nottingham Central. Mi Ian Wlnterhottom, who asked for someone at the Table who would be able to help new Colonial Legislatures "to find their was Into and through the mazes of our procedure." One Clerk-Assistant, Mr. Fellows, has already even much-appreciated time, % th in London and tn Colonial territories, to meeting pleas for guidance from Colonial legislators—in Jamaica, Trinidad. Nigeria, the Sudan, Gold Coast. But too much work is falling on the three Clerks nlready at th i Table and the appointment of a fourth, as Labour Member Mr. J Johnson, Ruby, has put it, "should pay enormous dividends in goodwill and in imrrnved Colonial Legislatures. There is no intention of dictating procedure to Colonial Legislatures. What is proposed is appointment of a Clerk specially concerned In Colonial problems, and available to colonies to help avoid the initial snags ind worries of legislation building Anti-Colour BUI Fenner Brockway, Eton and Slough's Labour Member, is deeimined to have that Declaration f Human Rights, his anti-colour .ii Bill, on the statute book Blt•*rly disappointed t the way the %  ill was killed before WhiUun— he House was counted out durug discussion of the Bill on secnd reading — Brockway and ther sponsors seek fresh oppor%  unities in the next session ot Parliament. A Labour Peer has offered t ntroduce the BUI In the House of Lords. Whether this offer will t-e accepted or not will be decided at a meeting of sponsors of the nginal Bill to be held at the Defining of next session. They lay seek, however, to get the abour Party in the Commons to place the Bill on the official list for further ballots by Labour Members for intr-vtucllon of Private Members' Bills This course might be agreed to by the Labour Party, which decided. It may be recalled, to support the original Hill on second Hiding, though tr* rsatrv a nons regarding m atatfJsa in UK Bill reached % %  *nmittee Stage f Some Changes However the new Bill reaches Parliament, it is likely to show •oaaa changes on the original llrockway has been paying attention to certain oolnts to which friends have drawn attention !nce he first Introduced the Bill Our Header* Vis s "Kin page 4 ductions wou.a nnd i ready u the adjoining colon.e. and would be a greater incentive to produce more and so point Uu way lo our economic sal The situation in this repec< iida been made more ;.cute with the withdrawal from our mld.s. of the c.NA BoaU which incidentally amply provides the oppoi (unity 10 mi me gap by the Inauguration of such a service ..-. referred to ubove. This would also serve as a painter to unity and co-operation and provide Uie 'Key' to analog the doorway to Federally %  >' as a stupendous etTurl by Unpeople themselves, to show thai they do want closer relationship and unity of acUon.' Other phases like customs urn .i combined civil service, and other existing obstacles already under discussion would b' easier solved and achieved If lh. stepping stone of communicati ,u be first established. Such a service would also ten! to relieve unemployment and provide Jobs of a nature hiUieit.i greatly withhold from many of our natives and incidental^ strengthen our economic position by keeping. West Indian funds right at home. I aanfld not conclude withou' paying deserving tribute to Barbados and the spirit of the Barbadian. This may be gummed uo HI just three words Ik thrifty'. He has dug books lor his %  education", dug the soil for %  jjroduction" and dug the earth fo: 'water' for all purposes Includin irrigation' of which | fair amount I already being done. The rest r the West Indies have a good deal to learn from Barbados In %  if w,v of enterprise. Last, but by no means least I could not refrain from nddiiv how affable and hospitable I flni ;ill whom I have met. e Wit h I h e many p]a< ** ot interaaj which Barbados ho,„,.. 2k**?, M ,h i,S """ h ">" clima.e. make i d e al „ a ^ ALLAN ST. BERNARD. Grenada. 1 — e"Hotc am I to tell which is a good antiseptic f" "Frankly, unless you are a bacteriologist, you can't tell. But use the antiseptic you sec your doctor use, or which he recommends, and you won't be far wrong." D E TT O L ANTISEPTIC is used by almoM ,verv doctor in Great Britain. In over on";, of hospitali and maternity home* 'Dcrtol' n in constant daily UK. _^^_^_ ,( r. a OAJUUWAY a co, Man***! %  BOVRIL gives your meals the goodness of real BEEF Good cooks know the value of Bovril. Its rich flavour makes the simplest meal tasty and appetising | in beefy goodness makes food more nutritious. Bovril is the cone*ntrsu4 goodness of beef. BOVRIL PUTS BEEF INTO YOU bandbox almond oil shampoo juit right for <\i women in every too %  ^L ""'" M il i n Baadbiii Own Shampoo tonpkttl 1 \<*. >m,r probl-m. II ll'i md>M<] l> Baud be* LI|M > %  Ural for mi. . mdMyw HyiiwHh BMOHIMSM Sole Agents.— INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION LTD. Coleridge Street :-: Dial: MM a MMMMOMM a M aaaaeaagi M. MMMM EVERYBODY'S UOiJMG IT. BUYING KOO PRODUCTS Famous for Quality and Moderate Prices. KOO SWEET CORN & L.K.B. SWEET CORN 48 x l o.. .. CANNED C-.RAI'ES BLACK and WHITE 48 x 16 ox. and 14 M L.K.B. PEARS 48 x IB in. and 24 x M ox. KOO APRICOTS 48 x 16 ox. 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IIARIIAIMIs Ul\>K.\TI I iATtBDAV. AlT.l'M 9, IXX Six-Month Drought Affects Water Supply In Bridgetown Less Water For Garden Use Likely THE DROUGHT of the last six months is making itself felt in the lessening discharge of the Newcastle and Codring. ton Springs and the Bomanston stream, all of which at ,! present contribute to the supply of Bridgetown and its, suburbs Wuh comparative fine weather, the watering of I Hardens absorbs a million gallons a day as is shown bv the saving on a wet day, and if the situation deteriorates it may be necessary to place restriction on the use of water r {or gardens writes W. H. E. Garrod, Chief Engineer, %  waterworks Department, in his report for July. ".J^ 0 "* 1 ? ? "P****"** only a affording an additional 36 feet •man Mvmg in the volume of head to residence?! connected with -water used until conditions imthe pumping main from Golden | prove, the fountain in Trafalgar Ridge Pumping Stauon, will henceIswi i Playing only on forts, flow during the 18 hours . I. ?,. .f, on days on wh 'ch day that pumping In taking place. SHi .K^r V ."! 1 the £ land To Tho ,OTU,t **" ** watched in reflnd the fountain working after gaid to the supply o/water to first leading I home m which water floors at the high level residences. supply is deficient or even non^RTe Castle Grant reservoir ffM f existent Is psychologically depressduring the month emptied and [ ing. to say the least of il. cleaned out The accumulation of W. w 40 years on the floor of the esiern Supply — llaynuins olr took the form of sand and silt System about 0 inches deep—probably as The duplication of the 8" main the result of turbidity in the Uowfrorn Warleigh Reservoir to Rose mansion stream. Stalactites up aill. giving St. Lucy an independto 4 feet in length hung from the en. supply from St. Peter's has arches, %  ken started. No services will be Bottlenecks ejlow.d off this main until north The new additional 6' if Rose Hill — in other words. It from Ashbury (St. George, to St. on-stop through St. Jude"s Church is functioning, to benefit of Si. Lucy, [he benefit oi residents between Pete Belle Electric Pumping Station The reinforced concrete flooring [ above the main tnirancr and above the chlorination chamber has been laid, and the timber flooring abOVa the control room is in hand. A start was made In lowering the targe 8" diameter njbmaralble pumps In UM n.w well, but it was 'diiiirt %  —* -*Ashbury and Gun Hill. Exploratory Boring This has passea iis "teething •1 ife, WtUeta has proved extratiuinanly troublesome. Wnat appear* to be an tlcvateu lake of water in the coral with the kUnaca at aboui a7u lcet auovt :ri u 'i by lightning, ami question at Bell' Gully, a steel bridge of 110 to whether suthcient saieguard is feel span and weighing 18 tons provided is bting investigate*!. was ordered through the Crown Agents and has Just been received, in 118 bundles (to be accurate 117, -, i j • as on* fell into the River ClycLe, ItllarQWOOU AmVl'S at Glasgow and Is being replaced). The structure underwent n trial t.'.„ Uiiihl.ti.. lli.nl^ erection in the maker's engineer* r WUllttlllg OOUlS ing shops, and 11 is proposed to erect it htre on the south bank Santa Maria hardwood, whic.i of the gully and launch it as a will be used, in the fishing boat single complete unit. Such -n probuilding programme which i* ..> cedure involves considerable present in progress on the ground* preparation, both theoretical and outside* the Fisheries Office, waa practical. brought to the island by thi Bridgetown Arterial .Main. Motor Vessel CuUad bail. .. The 15" main north of Grazettes from British Honduras. in continuation of the 18" mam For many months the building from the new Belle Pumping staprogramme was dtlaycd because tion to Codrlngton Research Stathis wood had not arrived, lion, is proceeding upaee. „i u i 1 Culdad Bolivar brought 13,834 pieces are being inn rted as th %  feet of Santa Maria hardwood and work proceeds, so that mains 2 ,Q16 feet of rough pine lumber #^ ? i ^ ,OM Wa Y, ell l Tur Government. It also brougnt Clevedalc and St. Stephen's (all of 314,764 feet D f rough pine lumber ahlch lie between U K al.gnmen f ^^ DoCosta & Co. Ltd. of the 15 and Highway No. 1) ^ ^^ sjeUvar .,„,, U i. "hoS JSSX* '" bx, "" %  tt:, •— r n 7 r* "r""kX', in port yesterday and the Rodney Cutle Granl System "l ' """ ,"f d "^"fK! This covet. Ihe hlftrot purls of h <*' •**'*•. % %  M*" "^ Mh the Island /rom 1.100 lot above general car.o which she brous.il the sea down to 800 feet. The 'rom Grenada, Trinidad and rearrangement of the pipe system British Guiana, in the vicinity of the reservoir. The S.S. De Graaar. during th' mentioned in last month's report, week, brought u quantity of has been completed and the inearthenware and rubber wore verted U pipe above the reservoir, for transhipment. CASUALS Aircraft Carrier Heroically Saved I'M.I ori'o.\//it/\ it, cot i mil. /\ HI I/I BELIZE—Opposition to a Bill authoiising the Colonial Gortrnmenl to raise £6001.00 m the nf the people of I TOKYO, August 8. BU Far East Naval ___ a petition by the People's United Party and presented to the legisheroic era** memt>era saved the '. aft carrier "Boxei Government Craft Test Radio-Telephone Darning explosions which killed lature. ralnutai aftai The' petition states that the H below the di-eks legislature is retaining office for a* dawn on Wednesday. The crew An extra two years without the i.raved smoke -ml a*al knowledge and previous consent i bombsandamniii.niii.n ,( the paopla The number of frum planes ready for strikes adults is listed as 28,000, of whom %  ea. Other seamen less than 8,(Hl enfranchised. .i l Ocua U Th. Paopl*l I'nitcd Party exi' eom n am trapped by smoke i-'t to win the next alacsaoa m and llame> I'lieir skipper oallad %  •) 1853, and claim that they aie willing to accept full reflponThe Navy here aald that hre '""'"> %  '"""'• '""" "* %  _ injured 32 Th* B.v.r. bijurj ton waa 75, but a Navy •pokes, sn Ona %  ( .i. -i 11._ ,.-t plan* touched i 'his probabU i. and 12 other headi The Washington acijuartara odd Tha cauaa w-as unln other respecls. deternuiipd. and ih'partment said. thai >cp> Have you seen it vet? The radio telephone set at the Lady Hod no tu give the Ca n a di a n way tommumcation system. Harbour Master's Office and thoso vessel her supply of wan i. The Harbour Master • and Mr. on board the Government ExYesterday's test was a very inCooper operated the CaMBgton perimental Fishing Boat Invest!teresiing one. At 7.3.! am. Ship Station. Mr. Goddard, Mr. Sprinni-r gstoe and Government Tug Lsed No. 1 inveaUgaior witn all K •( and Mr. Williams ure all of the WUlouxhby, were given their first Uoddaid on board, latt the Government Electrical Inspector, big lest yesterday. <•.-. %  [,,;. i ....,;... office. The Government Water Boat. at %  potin <>n the Crane Coaat Tha test was a very successful Lsed Combersnen had her test SI Pn,1, PShip No. 2—Lard Wllone. On the majority of oggasjeta on Thursday while supplying the tougftby—sailed -ut of the Cai-eenthe reception was very i SS. Farestrr with water at a **" 14 %  "• la*r to Wr locathough communications varied Sueightstown A radio telephone llon n th North Point Ljghtacross the island, set was on board, the Combermere house. St. Lucy. She had on board The Call Sign—Ship No. 2and from Speighlstown. she MJ" %  PSpringer. Mr. S. Wllwill be u*cd for either ihd a contract to S£ ,U SiSS!,r d E? 3S5: ^gum**-*. Ihe ngiit hon. Gentleman gl SaUNt. a ^SSm^XT^m^ nwe definite idea about how the opmeol of the colonies' natural i' 0 s-'L."* 11 Bn P |,c at !' resources. favourably received, but 11 be can h The expedition Is due to start B> work this month, and will the any further information r: my .Mill Available In — • III M K • WHITI; • BROWN • I'.l I 1 • nil e (UtaTO Suedette WHEM A SALE IS NOW ON I think -.11 also serve as the pilot of tth'j ihortasl ..nswer i can glv u, survey plane. Accompanying him Is thai only three out or 400 a pwill be an engineer and two plications from older lndusti cameramen. They expect to rehave, in fact, been refuse-" main a year ln the area.— -•Bur Fretdom from anxiety ovsr qusstions of ptrionsl h)F|ina Is estintlsl for tha woman of today. For ovir sixty YMTI tha e*m MM hM lnpltd confldsnes In sll womtn who know that thssa producu glva complats protMtkm and safety. • MK VOUR CHIH1ST IO IUIL OlIAIll SOU OlUlltaalo.il THE INTERNATIONAL TRADING CORPORATION. LTD..**"' ltmclli. Hslc it>ha..oniclli,lviiriri-jmtmrlh likilU ihoi11 in ihe sir li u.lually make, yuui home II**// fredi and dean. Airwtik lonlaini chlorophyll, the •ubttance In nature thai keepi all Bsjeasjaj pi in'' fresh snd grcca It has \i\ other rutural t.>mpourul< kM Air wii*. it i oriipli to u*e. Just iin.new ilin-p, J'nll up the *">. phkBI ihi bottle on a high khclf above the ..un. f -m.ll. StiKlh vanish as if by in 'HiiAir-wick INTItKNATIONAt, TKAIlINCI COKPORATION LTD, Cil-i id.-.St. T.l.phon. 5009 Waniirk v rw Drawn Indians ... iW.lari-di. Warwick 86 Indian. 072 lor lw„ (for two). Jamaica 'tt Council Supports House KINGSTON. Jamaica. Aug. 8 The Two More Witnesses Give Evidence Al Death Enquiry TWO MORE WITNESSES ..v.. %  VULTKC m the O U Hope death enquiry wlncli is bein^ COOdllCttd by Hll Worship Mr. E A. McLeorl. Coroner of District "A ii' which further bearing was adjourned until Monday. Hope, a rhauffeur of Juckmans. St. Michael, died at the General Hospital some houra gitcc hdmittejiot on Sunday, f Thli morning al BJKI roner and Ihe J> i Briti n Hill Police Bub Bta%  H .% %  t ilclWIi %  Dig it 'if Steps while h iinl-eulT .1 Mr F Y Fi %  [ %  %  I fit inn ihe i i at the Enquiry, i i MS Allan Basjtmond win, n %  %  ..' Augutl .' In plain lot) aln tl Pin rea iloni w\ h PC * rUchardi loid o* trn • of ftopa n ihai %  give < sat • < .nt of I to the Britto sui, Btal Telegraph Rtatei DP Be Raised Rotiefl Jenkins. Conservative Ml'. f..r Dulwieh B.slWd CupUiln L. D. Oammaiu, Assistant Postmaster General whether he ha i considered the statement in the Annual Report of Cable & Wireid Chamber ol the less Umlted that, after provldlegislature today, gave ing for taxation the C o m gea> geoeral sufpott to -he attitude would not be left with any ,,f the House of Representative* ranted surplus for the year on Federation of the British Wast 1952/3 and subsequently, unle* Indies. rharges were raised. Captain The Legislative Counc.l debate Gammans was also asked. I • on tne report of the joint keip 5 '*" what extent he proposed to mak't ve Committee recently debated changes in the overseas telegraph n the House, took the stand howrt(ef Captain Gammans replied a ever that ^ie Ranee Committee' ecommendatlons are the genuine f .. .__ %  ^J 1 _-_. n ^=_ louows.— "In view of the heavy increase* costs and consequently serloudeterioration of the flnanei tl position of the Oversear Led by Hon. Douglas Juduh. graph Services, the Postmaster who was once Jamaica's r/T>reGeneral regrets that increases i^ acnt.itivc among the Ranee Comoverseas telegraph rales are unmittee's Nominated Members, avoidable. He proposes, iherpfor-. thing to ,i-. was to go to raise the rat*la '"wealth and :... %  countries. The Government immediately and nctfmtc% will general), be one ,' w third of the present rales, exceptions being In services to North America and a lew European countries where the Increase will be OK The Council passed a resolu"The new rates will come Int" Ins effect and support force on the 1st September ncx' an early conference in London to and full details will be pub decide the future course to bo lished in the London Garrii, followed. the Fs*t OnW Guide. basis for federal government declaring that agreement on Federation is more important at this stage than "perfection" body tu own t-onslltution any other action by tinCouncil he said would only *er\ Issue many more years. I .Ming. Whii.. there h %  ,'ICM tr'i is beg. a handkerchief with i • %  holes, three pit) "ir nylon stocking, a -. hlui |A0 money bag 11 i 1.2.1 Browning auli n iln pistol which wan i eventually hanoeulTed, bul later burst a door and f.-il (•own B flijfhi i I Hi A Farnu %  | i the articles men! %  %  %  i :: hat ami a pair of white cani,. shoes. ^ | 1 would assure the House thot %  the Poatmaster General has I I.--pled this necessity with the I greateet wlnetance but I woul I [ i>oir.t out that there has been virtually no increase In rates gaj. f :are for your skin %  Ann Todd, lo.rly ^t_.r "f the J. Arthur Rank Organisation, does use I.us Toilet Soap regularly. A daily facial vith l.u< Toilet Boa* *ill gi*<^ you a clear fresh skin — tbi foundation of beauty! Cover your I. -• generously with its rich, i r. ,,MI\ lather, and work it in thoroughly. Kin-,-dr-t viiih warm, Ihcn with wild "il'-r, aod Bat gally dry. Your skia will Uko OB a new lovclioesa — the luuliutss of the tart! 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i-AGI TEN BABBAIHiS ADVOCATE SATL'KUAV. AUGUST , 1852 Crowd See 2/Sweep Draw League Cricket Notes Von Nida Will Nol Play SIMMER MEETING CONCLUDES TODAY Results Of Sixpenny A FAIRLY LARGE CROWD allendeti UM drum u! thf % %  p .it Lhi H.ivbados Turf Club Summer Meelin at IheGan i innah yaattrday afternoon AT 1 *-fc^*rx^l*#S*-k- The diaw whuh was haard over RadlfUaion Sarvlc* \^OIlSOlclXlv9II Hon'blo J. D. Chai:d Seventy series were sold and the First Prize l| $52,360, the highest amount ever to be paid out bv the Barbados Turf Club. AJao drawn in addition to the horses were 50 Cash Prizes and four series of Consolation tickets from A to D. SERIES A, B, C & D Priw Series I ick. i No-. Amount The last das "' 'he four-day 50 OTilKK PRIZES Summer meeting takes place, this A—8340; D—, C—. T>—0201. E—, afternoon at the conclusion or p.. ; G—4838. 7512; H— B807; I—; which, holder* of tickets drawn j_ ; K—6578: L—7221, M—5163. will know If they nre in the big N—A629; O -3923; P—; Q—2066. moaatV R_ ; s—5M6; T-0I53; u—; V—; _, . W—i X—; Y—5508; Z The hooe, drawn are as tolggj, 4Ml; BB—2iM. CC—78*4; DD—6528: EE—; FF-8782: OG 5463: till 0551. II JJ 89-14 IIOl.NKS DRAWN KK—0030; LL—5313; MM—5138; NN n*4, H419. UO |'|J8-,!t ft ,'. TIM, ti998; C—J D—; QQ—5842, HR—601,8. 3685; BSd —1833; F—7220, 8059; C—; 4488; TT—; UU—; W—4313; 1629; 11-1494; 3338. 5648; t—; J—; WW—; XX—OHIO; YY—; ZZ~ K—; U-; M—8842; N—5803, 2586, 0921. 3362; AAA—; BBI* 8688 367; O—, P—9716. 2487, 5878; 9779; CCC—; DUD—2862, EEE 1520, 5476; Q—0210, 6686; R—; FIT—3309; GOG—3379, 2798. ,, T_. u—3317; V -2601; HHH—1082; 111—4127; JJJ -8322, M£| H44; W—0621; X-8837, 2642; KKK—; U.L—8308; MMM-, Y—; Z-: AA—; BB—9811; NNN—5592; OOO—8232; 1'1'C -. CC -0098; DD—0600, 1135. 4070. QQQ—; RKH ; :r;,i. :,,;., Kt. 0191; Pf 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th I51h I th 17th 18lh 19th 20th 21st i, i.//. I VTS Vn \i.EK FOB til WOS A IKES HAVANA. Aug 8 Fernando Balldo. manager of Welter champion Kid Cavilan, leavina for Buenos t 3 p.m. to start Gavllan training for his tight against Argentine Mario Diaz on August 16th. He said they were returning to 23 rd 24th 25th 26th 27 th 28th OQ -a*73. 1 Hi—4906; U—; JJ 8156; KK—; I.I—0236: MM—8385. 5543, 5933; NN—3506; OO—0610. 7596; VV 8068. 6128. HR—; SS—7665. 6447; 1T-4901; UU 2211. 1183, 3622. "'TVL.^'I" 5674; W SMI; WW—0271. 0o52; AI„.' 5" XX 13K7 VY-4369; ZZ—72.1. AAA—6493. 4342; BUB—5034; CCC—6442. DDD—0257; EEE-. FFF—1871; GGG—9367; HHH— KKK—94811. IXU-6273. 8464, several lights m Argentine and it,18; MMM;NNN—; OOO-9302 chile. Balido said that this wlU 3512; 5625; PPP—; QQQ—; bo the first visit to Argentine for HRR—8497 bolh Gavila n and himself— V. P. Statement Of 2'Sweep III SERIES SOLD—A TO 7. AA TO ZZ, AND AAA TO KKK I T0O.G0O Tukl'ts Hid iit 2 oat-h .. ! %  Government Tax at 4c. pet Ticket <73 M30 MSI Mi 7305 2486 4550 2319 4342 1975 1996 78l 5569 6628 956? 8659 1140 4309 200? 3212 8521 7985 5631 2644 6695 8261 2243 3110 eatfl If33 T365 3866 4023 3134 7132 3119 8111 7M7 8336 •687 6611 3011 S645 4557 3778 9025 3645 4165 6918 2726 2465 2566 8569 5782 0016 3066 THERE was further %  me Ui improve the standard of umpiring in League games this week, when twenty live of the registered umpires resolved to establish a BC.L Umpires Association. This Associa tiun will comprise all registered umpires of the B.C.I* and will be in the benda Of an elected Council, constituted ot three representatives from the various d ol the League This Council will elect its own chairman and Secretary and will control its own affairs with the B.C.L. acting in an advieo; Umpire, present falla l y weii,...-.lively weak teams i cont.d the idea of the loraatfeBn nre vet to meet Sussex A. Susstx of the Association and fell that B, St Catherine and Lords, the intern-ion ot their problem. (140 00 "c u| d * %  '" areatly in ,m:r loathing !>cheme 1JQ0II menl In the sl-nrlard Of umpiring. eononuatlon of hi. enaehine tention lo'mako 1951 the last 60.00 proposed that .-., ci^Mr r 1 A V WiUiamfha? •*• %  •• bu " returned because S.no t.ry will conduct, after .ultahle ^D^ad match heiweS. me " *'" wanted to see En.land 90vn preparation, a study roup in h,^aSfX !" ': r-Mhl .. V££Z rr %  -"' weekend u,ey flew 10 the 30.00 dlvIsTon and this will be followed ^ ?%*% .^, ^" w a ^Xsda. *>""* *ff ?" m J" N d T* 20.00 by a demonstration game In Oc!" "^ Z^f^m Z MeJS.. la " ln "" ch '. !" T f m 10 00 tober second will be Monday ryshanter event before oin| MOO Nov that this Association has "'il. ___- to h „ c i rcu i. r home 20.W. be,n lorme.1. Ihe fsteretoryof th. „., ,„ .,„ %  £ „,„, r „ „, K A ,„„,„, „.„,,„,, highly MOO B.C.I.. gave umpire, present the rnlu .„ ln Kt „me a good. Several 0O0 s..urance that IWyjvouW be p. d cUlh „",. ,-„, ,„ ?„,. %  %  3H?J £*2ff!SKZ mains-to'tabulate'-he'rep-S a^d select suitable centres so that Bo> tereated playurs can attend. PlayIn L.K. Again li. JAMES i.Mimn I I u.v LONDON. July 29. Nnrn-.Jii Von .Nidj %  Id Ait-irolian du HI •A on thousands of pounds in British golf alnoa 194tt. said farewell to Britain i->t waaa, He told me he has n. da last lournameirt ai)pea>">* "* this country. It bad been his in10.00 referred to him and he would for10.00 ward the fee. The def .tilting .In'. 10.00 would be suspended from Ukhu 10.00 part in gnmeo until the fe so ad10.0') vanred wai refunded. 10.00 u was further pointed "U< it ena. t-iay. uty f eMlona i events and tied m who wish to late advantage \ f t law ,„ lnri t of this opportunity need not wait for their name* to be -ent in by their club secretary but should 10.00 ,he meeting that the B.C I. tool, ^^1"^ i'.V\i as' possible the „:„„,„ „„,„ u.o prize 10.00 n o re p nslbillty for umpires 10.(1' Prize 1st 2nd 3rd 41h 3lh 6th 7th 8th th 10th 11th llth 11th 14th Serte. -<•" 5964 3109 6006 3362 2387 1278 9714 5428 2903 IX? 157 int 02 2419 Ticket No.. Anaaanl -D" 1288 4787 6187 1181 3582 1061 9193 9730 "S401 4230 2905 569? 3449 5518 (140.00 ltHII.fl 80.00 Otl.Ot. Against The intermediates First Horse 1? % Second Horse 8| Ird * 4) r..urth Hois,2j F.flh Horse 1) Sixth Horse 1 Seventh Hoi •* I Kighth Horse I Ninth Horse I 1.1 Other Horses divide ((466.66, each 10 Serial Prices divide 2 50 Other I'nres divide ((246.401 each 4 1 Consolation Horse 2 08 Horse Owneis divide in proportion (Win 4. Second 2. Third 1) 10 Seller*' Commission 10.91 Charily 1 Kxpenses 2 Turf Club 15 (336.000 00 16th .., .. 9274 0137 28.OO0.O0 17th ... 2774 9733 18th .. 19th ... 6966 3717 6962 3231 (308,000.00 20th ... lilt ... 0986 3854 7305 2792 52.360.00 22nd ... 9883 on ui 26.180.00 23rd 8961 3321 13,860.00 24th 2511, ... 9706 2654 3844 3316 7,700.00 26th ... B744 8216 4,620.00 27th 0633 3185 3.080.00 28th .. IS22 4981 3.08000 3.080.00 3.080.00 Government 30,800.00 each Series. 6,160.00 Tax the register. It was agTe-vl '0-0 > (hat those who refused to register 10.00 w ,.„. trying to avoid paytsli 0M ,2'.. 0 m '" rD lB, "'t''"' fpc involved l00j but at the same time desired to tike rarnun era lion fr-m clubs. The 1730.00 „,., of registration la an assurance lh;ii sucta umpin-s will be givn ajgnc sort of training. Already all the registcrcu umpires have been furnished with copies of .the M(r rules (1947 code! and it is proposed to provide ihiSt-idv p a Grnuii Lei-ders with copies of that '00 vrrv llne Illustrated booklet "T'le 2000 ,rtwl f ,ho f-l"-!.* 1 '" "> 'he Kn.. 20'00 Your fJnmp %  •*• %  20.00 loon Flr, i innings lead was gained looo by "* B CL M a a,nsl lhe ""tn'ruY termediales on Sunday at the 1000 YMPC arounds. Once again lOiflO u re was a w 'cket in which thara loon was Borni mol,,ure nnd clay w ill 00 del *y e<1 unil1 ' l r ,hre T * in'nn B.C.L. took their overweek score J"„ to 162 for the loaa of 7 wick,-.. 1000 whcn Goddard declared. 1000 n tnc t r y' n 8 wicket the ln1000 termediaUfound rungetting a 1000 Oifllcult proposltioil. J. Kyim 10.00 Ooul> ''-century Empire batsman 10.00 w ** bowled with only ten rui s 10*00 on h n ani1 ^ runk T.i>lt> 11) fin n s Empire colleague was run out 10.00 t twenty nine. Trotter of Pick' wick left at 35 being caught by $730.00 Blackman off Sobers and with ___ Biam-ker and Porter out just after J200.00 on lh c half century had been reached. General Secretary of the B.C.L. Bent on Winning How I took off pounds of UGLYFAT •ss.'.'ss.'ssss.'.'S.s.'ss.:; 0 i Mi of ittzsaav -i-i..ui.t.. A,,I BBJ k psHaaaaal •raulutcl• %  • to %  k>1pb-LW (me. THANKSGIVING SERVICE -.a* the 12.320.00 6.440.00 30,800.00 33.600.00 3,080.00 0.180.00 46,200.00 90CCB: Sellers of Tickets drawing Prir.es divid> in proportion as follows:— Seller of First Mai c. • hvide 14 I Serial Prires divide 6 Sellers of 50 Other Prizes divide 11 Seller of Costaolt tl oQ Horse 2 S-lit i t.f Luucst number of Tickets 17 Seller of Second largest number of Tickets .. 9 Seller of Third largest number ..I Ticket* . 5 Seller of Fourth largest number of Tickets 3 Seller of Fifth target number of Tickets . 2 Seller of Sixth largest number of Tickets .. 1 100 98 % $293,600,00 1.463.00, 924.001 539.00J 385 00| 308.001 231.00| 205.331 20533, 20S33| I I UU I 924 00 i 1.848.00; 308.001 1.386.001 770.001 308.00! Inter media I cs were on the way to losing Ihe first innings lead. In his second spell, :i. Bourne, a left hunder fro-n Lancashire took two quick WsCKeta and so ensured the lend fur his team. The Intermediates totalled 103, the last wicket falling In the lat over of the day. For the Intermediaies Trotter (Pickwick) scored 17 Branker (Cable and Wireless) 14 Wilkinson (Combermere) 18 and King (Pickwick) 16. For the B.C.L. Bourne (LanLONDON July 29 caahire) took 3 for 13, G. Sobers Soccer is again at hand. (Middlesex) 2 for 14 Hinds As the cricket season reaches its (Rangers) 2 for 14. Goddard % %  Umax with the final stage of the (Telephone) l for 21 and B. Green i ounty Championship, footballers (Middlesex) 1 for 13. Green was getting back into harness for involved in an accident during th%  pens on August game and was forced to leave the field, hive of inThe game was played on wicker. have raported ~tT raffing" £, "H* ££ on ^ *<"> "*£ ftcr one oflheir lonaest-ever "£? *" J' 1 ""'^,. Bou r. n J B d iv>tiers round condition-, "made to 0ISPLAYIHO championship form. Mr*. Patricia McCormick. of Los Angeles, executes a difficult dive as she goes after the Olympic springboard diving Ulle in Helsinki. The 22-year-old housewife won both the contest and a gold medal.flNlcrnational RadiopholoJ first plat laeuaalng the future of British golf. Von Nida said: "Promoters of totamaments mey to the first 20 competitors. "This would make the player tougher. They would have to win or starve. Play accordingly would be of a higher standard. "Competitors must be brought up the hard way. Too many professionals are content to pick up a few pounds without making progress. Professionals like Max Faulkner a powerful player and a great golfer, should be able to make a living from tournaments without being attached to a club. "Promotions would not suffer if the fields became smaller. The crowds pick out the big names and are not Interested In the ind iletcnt players returning high scores. "Young players should be encouraged more. Peter AUta, ;. potential world champion, must get more determination." Limiting of the prize money to the top of 20 finds support among some of the outstanding Brit sh professional*, including Dal Rees They cite the distributim. Ai DRILL HA1.I ;; Subttrrlptten 3/Dancmg from 9 p.m 3 a.m. - Musir by Keith Cimpbell E A His Society Six -H aaaa ? Bar, EUfn ahDMOt, Ic a. VWlA'v*'V-'.-/'V.'-V.V-' '-'-'.V Portsmouth Expect A Good Season By Onr fool ball ( ortr.p.ndr,.| the srazon which 2Srd. Fratton Park i duatry. All tne Portsmouth pUy,.., reported for training „.,,. of their lorunt-rvi-r 1'., slimmer holidays, Thrv arc all now In training for !" cr '"' am •JJ* "' '""Wllng. the league programme which beTw ' f tlxe B.C.L. ; 1 ... i Kins with a home game against Maloncy of St. Catherine and 15.40000 BlackpiKil. one of their bogey Browne of Kendal failed to turn learns. up for the match. In rurh cases "They are all (It and well", comopportunities will be offered to ments manager Eddie Lever, "and. other promising players in future in fact, Ihcy were eager to get games hack. Mr. Lever Is In his first season Consistent Scoring as manager of the club In sue_ cession to Mr. Bob Jackson, who Ftom tn e Windward Division ha*takcn over Hull Cltjs. comes the news of conzistenl "I think Portsmouth B chances scoring by Muirell of Rockers ^w b L*?. 1 ,hl season", he said. He is slaking a claim for one of Wo %  hall have the same players the prizes for three consecutive to call on and they are all full of 30s This prise is asifting in en~ %  -*ita U hV Ven ""S • %  "•"••'" "aumen ,„ rem2n at .the ball may roll the wicket for some lime and not at everything which enthusiasm the beat ten against us. but I am confident flash"the hat thai wc shall do well both In l.00| League and Cup"." "" S?" "'?""' l*guc olBcial! ould all be fresh. J "', h hal "" """•' rtealeil ai J. D. CHAN1JLF.H. 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Ghavam Orders Troops To Restore Order Shah Refuses To Interfere TEHhRAN. July 19. PREMIER AHMED GHAVAM ordered tne Pro vincial Governors and military commanders throughout Iran to. assume full powers on Satur day to suppress riots and demonstrations in support of former Premier Mohammed Mossadegh Troops and police earlier on Saturday used tear gas, rifle butts and batons in clash with pro Mos sadegh demonstrators here while at Abadan troops and tanks were called into action against demon strators. In TVheran bazaar district, M, uppoften jumped on Sherman tanks si-nt to dlsptrM them, Tht.y were driven off after about 12 were reported to have been wounded by bayonet thrusts. ~~ ~ Truman Returns To Wliile House One etvOHtn was reported killed and more tanks and truckloads of irmed nldiers have now been stationed throughout the city. Ghavam appointed Saaarl ;is police chief with Into lain draatk maa ures to restore order. ay*i dmonatral nupport of Mossadegh aUna White Ghavam was still trying to form u government. A government spokesman said the Premier ha* now completed tall study of ttaa proposed government which might be presented to the Shah on Sunday. The young Shah meanwhile made it clear that he standfirmly behind Ghavam iinl b *ttermmed to see law and orator prevail in Iran. Delegation The Shah to d a five-man delegation of Mossadegh supporters who presented him with a petition charging that Ghavam's apI pointment us Premier was unconalltutional. that he did not intend • to Interfere in perllflM affairs. He also warned them that he would not allow Their political differences to plunge the country Into chaos. Warning was given as rioters In Teheran bazaars and Abadan were shouting "we want Mossadegh or we must die." Unofficial reports said some of Mossadegh's -•tu'lon i-i their own blood wearlns to hill Ghavam "nt the first opportunity." Ghavam jremained unruffled He cn'lcd a press conference and told raportera he would restore order and tben press on with Iran't parliamentary ah said he would "*">• Iran's natural resources proper i; %  explored and erttteUnd the M regime for Itl lack ot dlplom'cy in handling Ihe A : ,• %  felt "tine". Dressed in in a light blue riouble.ITIIIII i .nil he stopped fur ibOUl Bee minutes to permit photographers to moke picture*. ritKSIDKNT TKt MAN RICE SHOr?TAG£ During thr |aM week homewives have been greatly inconvenienced becau*e of reduced supplies of rice. Rumour" were al afloat that dealerhad deUberately withheld -upplles because of a pending lucres** in price. Tha "Advocate" waa reliably informed on Saturday that there wan no foundation In the rumours that there would be any price Increase. It wu stated that supplies had been delayed and thai an effort wan being made to speed up dUvar.c* within the next few days. He hiked and chattvd with pholeaaifV" rm and news reporters. •HHris^-or to the question about hla Men I Hi the President replied wlth'ilne fine 1 feel all rightHe anul he ."md had 'nothing to do but loaf for a week". But lie acted upon 233 pkcea "f legislaa he became 111 with mild \niis Infection last Wednesday. The Praaldenl looked Ilka ha might have lost a pound or two. bul ha did not think to The riaalllaill and Mrs. Tinman planned a restful period at lt;e Wmlr Hin.se beSOTO Triimaii nto Uu poUUcaJ melee to pack the Democratka Presidential candidate. > ek, Truman "ill -livid. Ingj Di'in> lonventtoo at Ch conferring: with UeuI tenants at tha scene in Chicago in ielinhnne. ;md drafting the i rpeeeh be DOpl to make the on late next jthe 1952 Demwr.dle tieket hu • %  %  ted. Jamaica's Trade Deficit KlngfHn, July 18 Jamaica'?, tradf nine months' period for which the 'latest olllcial gtatlatlci arc available, inow a deAdi of over I £7.250.000. Imports t21.712.400. fron Hi ain £H.y £3.763,775; America L 1200.000. Export 111142.000; to Brittain £8.236,000; Canada *: 2.48V000: America £87l,48 tin,, 111.lined the OBJ bet 1. 1 %  | began Ihis week in IVl.u. 60 mile. north of Rangoon. NKVV DFXII1: u/}„i ( Mulki %  deer in 1 jung.e near Jhansi %  into the bu kill"-.! bkl around. Aghoat, he turned the rifle on him elf and i. n<>*' In born icub to a Johannesburg 80) I .led. SVDNFV; Sydney is to send ..n ; are becoming hard to get in Afnfi and an very costly. to Bydnej Eoo eratlrman. Sir Kdward Hailstorm. "It is probablv the ii k) the home -if lions," he said. NKW YORK T-' • %  • % %  .. MI-"-,,' taxi fare, New York Silver on a rhdl to Chicago derided to walk from one hotel to another. On the way a gunman stole 919.006 ( £26.785) worth of diamonds he was carrying. ITS IIIM I MM. < O-Ori It \ M\ I s Reds Regain Hill Position %  a. July 19. I1.1.1H\ sri'l'OKTKD Ciimmumst mlantrymcn ito stubborn I %  100 inert kill* U-aten new!; took the hill .dtcr a Menvi bartli %  %  %  %  Cycle Team Manager Back From Martinique Mr. J. W. B. CHENERY. President of the Amuleur %  Athletic Association ot Barbados who returned from Martinique yesterday by B.W.I.A. as Mannper of the Barbados cycle team, told the Advocate that tficy had an enjoyable time and were impressed with the beauty of Martinique and the hospitiili'y accorded to them everywhere. 1 dd ihet althouejli the raro not successful In the II iinpresion trnruughout for theu poctBnum( S I Q -..ship \g -^ k 9 ''"* luvk ,rf %  %  the lull work was the insuperable Prix de la 1 %  Mnriimqt., drew competitors from GuadeBCh Guiana, t 1 :id Barbados In of course, to the thiee ],! iranch teams. H i thai the winner of the Grand Prix, the IM ktlometre % %  < (lib of Martinique who 1. vutuTul Brmv Vaea pr—a nte d by the Pie^if 1 ach Republic. -.h team ronsistod of five cyclists who had I to complete the course .to become eligible fur the '.u.nle!oii|ie t nf-trtiinal %  that the Guadcloi.;. unfortunate r %  a in as much as # On page i TMad Table Tennis Team To Visil Here A table tennis team from the San Fernando fane "f the Trini^ dad and Tobago Amateur Table. Tennis Aai led visit the I ean ted to play three t Itarbados. nut %  (oUowi % %  1 BUI '. Hi' L Trinidad; Barbados vs Trinidad. Rver*on n Trlnktad; Itarbadov Q Trfnutad and Itarbados vs Trinidad. The second round Of gamea for Grade A played at the YMCA on Frldas night. The reaulta were: N. Gill beal M Blmmoni 21— IB, 21—18. 21—17. 1. Worrell beat n \A>lir21—10 1 13.21 3 S. Shield* I 21. 2t 16. 18-II IH 11 Ifurny t--.'t (;.. %  %  F. Wllloual I Humphrey 21—19. 21 — 17. 13—21. U 23 '21 IB, The Quarter Final will \*< played on Tuesday night next Trie N, fllll v> 1 1 ddge. L. .Worrell vs S. Shield-. R Phillips v R Murray and F WiHouRhby 1 vi it. Stdeombe, Ml: D A WII.FiS. A-i-t.int OOl'i...' Socrt*ee, >i T U Co oosritlv Hovvmant on ;eteal Iked d "g and are presumed 1 fed by a 1 BOO toog -.1 % % %  %  1 lv that lid not I1 transferred with II from the *;'. % %  at* %  Onl> 1 the death tol froo higher. "H was a gl 1 I oflli.i 111 n hip to %  I'-ph—ia 1 I — t'.P. Maiiflif rails Iinluslrx Ma\ I5 i Developed M, II V R the other %  %  m Kmriand (bout "one ,>r two %  II !%  in B definite, 1, %  ^1 I OOPEKATIVES afford an opportunity ka frw manj men who today maj bo I u lened wit] Itackleav 1 evel line, a nfltllripiejfg I" atari 1 after sotbacks and .1 |real faith In ouraehrea ami 111 :-'i 111.my poopffl m Sweden Ihi. mHik, England, the Uniu dg and he did why it could not be doom hara in Barbadoa arhara %  1 particularly Induirtrioua tat laid Mr. mUil Seen tary, ,__ _, llv \< King ,.i U) SWvl lane Kai >hrk •*— **-*—,.•**, e--e n M. m< n ai Co i>< ratore 1 Day ithi.i:.^ Rleant* g.'-.i. r daj when CV-operalor -I %  ... 1 %  1 done by pi 11> AHIIll K ML (JOI 1. %  wii-hi 1, Formosa. July 19. ; form of meetings, proo July, It %  . %  . 1 ... %  % % %  1 ..1 ii 11, .0,1 .1 m %  . 1 1 %  1 Commit* mine levi 1 I %  1 % %  ,. • itv of iii %  tralninj "' worfcere and upgrading of '•. 1 up] K at m f taaurc • ,.i manufactun d %  ,if inaui ..1 dw lion; (e) rketli which might be taken to vetopment ai regional 1< k i eernmenl Itaelf: an 1 %  esllmales when '.-.. %  %  —V V %  the battle 1 in k turned a I %  inds of Into Ibe ., %  top of If of it ihU %  troopg to MI. inii under ir| Qnlel Qthorwiae An Allie-I r rai Bar recommendation was that then Fire Advisers and %  %  %  %  nate oiBcr rank, highly desirable and that cert. West Indian wfth qua! %  %  %  1 1 1 K threa %  -in .1 I,. 1 1 th.ii the long) powei on .' %  'i Ihem. • a on 1 Chin 1 Tl %  %  %  Op] I %  III %  %  %  1 %  %  %  I %  %  uti ... %  ; 1 . 1 r L.S., (AinadUtn $ • ily 1; 1 1 dollar on %  1 1 B I In New York ll %  nt at pri %  %  %  '''' — Olympic Games Open With Colourful ("ieremony HEI-SINKI. July 19 • %  .. of the anaaUonali %  ... ,, dawned an hour and a 1 I waa about i<. few nasties of lightning aaal .raided u Of nnn whl tropleal thowers as wc know home. not dampen h people'*, great 11 la hnalvaJ ol %  %  %  hkelv that "l.fKKi today. Ram ahafa %  %  nig Committee, Uu I 1 1 and 1 1. %  pan %  ... %  %  .1 Ft %  l ncabte n a 1 %  u\S \ Ii I %  March Past nh their ... . %  %  • %  % % % %  1 went upl ) on l-age IS I %  %  Prayeri At' r pi an t of III' %  %  0 In the %  %  nt Coto%  %  aeta who %  %  %  Idreaa, aw %  %  %  %  I nion, %  %  ada n t Jerve I %  I VOto "f lharikt RoHoek "t %  Union and see%  with the %  lliief Kevieu %  %  1 in ihe colony I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I trar of %  %  %  1 J. %  (fftrer lip naltl that ap to a year a*o. Iherwere fnur On p-ge IIIT+ s—— BA'.'.'lvVSi %  n %  >' Hw WORLD'S CrIAMPION CYCLE You are on a JS* WINNER when you ride a Raleigh! A Raleigh wM the dHUOl of Rag limit Twfcfi Praaeafoael S) rl 11 • % %  1 n 1 1 ttM eoad ) •/ m •ucccuion. Ilcfc fa) pi kg your btcrcle from itrcat ladge ihM designed and budi ibe record-breaking RA! RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL BICVCLE CAVE, siir.l'HKRII I CO LTD. 10. II, 12 & 13 llri,:,d Slrccl.



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I'M.I IHll ilVDU ADVOCATE SUNDAY, II IV M, INI JAM II \ IHIISS SIMM* i \.M Door l„ Singers) 1 BEACH DRESSES ;J : for all oci %  PIAZA THEATRES illUIM.i M-.w %  NHM1 I .oMOPiitim f,*iv* Peron V Ih'tillh Improve* HCM AIKCS. July IB The hi>; of • pent I and bar son-in-law ,md daughter Mr. and Mrs. K. Hamel-Smhh of Port-of-Spa In. This Week* Attraction R KMEAKSAl.s lof On Itarbodo* Mayers' proouat.i*: Wilde's -THE IMPORTANT OF BUNG KAI.NKST .van \ I U swing when Canb irupi>edln .tt the En. pi re Theatre UK w*vk. True satirical comedy, perhaps ti.e most popular of Wilde's wor vand certainly thr one least savotn%  i mastei piece of iiiy d ia logue winch ev n the passing of half of a t-entui v has failed to dim. It is to lie staged mi the 24th. and SSUi with a matinee on the final day. Prom the rehearsals %  |g i-ontldrnt that the players will ttlvp o morp than adequate p-i • i r lendilion-. even at ihiearl) itage, w*re moat In preessVe. Great crodlt. too. ii dtte to '.hose who work backstage. and special mention must be mwle if Mr William Bertslan. who ho.done a tine job with the scenery and decorations particularly in %  Student in Canada E RIC EtAISON. -*m ol I MrC. K. Raison. arrived r.C A. on Thursday Qohih QoUinq MR. i identical dres se s of %  T taffeta with tiers of miu at the back of their skiils, eom-t with nbbon and •haped headd mt e n trimmed with They al*o carried baskets of flov. I The double ring ceremony ert&ich was full) choral with Mr. Gerald the organ, was cOn• •v K. P. Hasselt. asbjr rrsi Ve-v Rev. Dean C V E. Haatewood. The duties of lestman were performed by Mr. Harold May hew, thoae of arooms-nan by the bride's brother, Mr. Frank McCunney. and theaw of ushers b\ Mr. Louis Grecnidge. Mr. Clayton Greenidge, Mr. Will Mr Hayn-s Mayhew, Mr. d Mr Harold Roiirne. A reception was held at "Newburj ". St. George, the residence of the bride"uncle uiid the honeyaaaasj is being spent at the Crane. Married In U. S. /1AHIB learns thai the wedding • took place at St. Peter Clav"' %  nnger tip veil wan held a dreTof Mir*^ ..tin with In place by ; tl.ra of seed pearls A QUIET wedding look place of lace a close and she carried a bouquet of Dink on Saturday. July 12 at the :h waa buttoned > 1n d white ioae>, ..„! Mophaaaoi. John Wesley Methudiit Church. lone bkvrct. anU Sht wos attended by her alstcr. Brooklyn. U.S.A., when Miss Olga n fntl *lrl with train Her veil MU Biirbara McConney as maidLlnton. daukhter of Mr. and Mr, headdress oT-honour and her cu.in. MU gj*S V"" !" '. Sl ~ s £ %  June McConnev as bridesmaid """P. became the bride of Mr. wore dresses of ..qua i,mi Asht.m Clarke son of 'irs. Mar33gj3 %  l "'n...",?. ,h ,'„ •*£ I^-LS^ afternoon at The parties were Mlas Patsy rn7f^Mon.;e? l ..Te,sending 'toward and Mr Campbell Allan V^hepe jffHm O. a months hoUda) with hisfamii" lireenidge and Miss Elsie D..teen htting bodice which IFSEmvrtSF Gun Hill Si Gortdje and Mr. H-rold DeniF down in the backj. to Howard. The Howards are the children of was kept i place by The bride who was given marxiaga by t.er great uncle, rara tr-plesn ballerina (In iiid of hartiiwlo. \vs<; uilion I'ncJpr th patrnnaijc nf H.E. ih, CsoVfrnor Lady 9 On Saturday 26th July mi ill.>i HUM nwi i i lllind Si ttraU nrl I9.Z2 "f Col R T. Mieholln. O.B.E. anil IIIHII i the Dirertitm uf Captain C. K. Raisoit. A I C .1 M.B.E. The P<4ice Rand will supply Music SlilK ATTUACUUNS B*ifc >ur TaMr Ntn\ \il'h tins. n. II. I.. \t \i:n r-r MKS. BtN SI ,,, I ; J WVil. *nd rhur.. %  lilt I III kill Robert TAYifflt Ami * OH Ol slOSII HUM" rtan MOMTCIDMF.KY George. .?;: ^ c u &oSX2' y£ "^SS^S^j-^SafT^ 'S SKIS .-.rnil.i .neu.ber^T the Pomte"on. St. Thomas, u U.o son of the bridesmaid respectively. The) ere circular, eorond th.ckl^ ... n .,„, carn '2 d l>OU(lue t of ri^YaehtChlb atonVreal wbJT" te Mr and M "' C,lffort Brooklyn mnrriage by her father, wore a front and full skirts. Their headMcConney and Miss KUiaabKa U.S.A.. as Matron of Honour ilress of slipper satin with oylon dresses were pink tiaras and thai veke. a close fitting beaded bodice carried Victorian bouquets of pink .vitli lona; sleeves and a lull nklit radiant rosebuds and verbena. vith a long train. Her tulle veil The duties of beatman were per.vas kept in place by a beaded formed by Mr. Roy Goodrtdge the .incurried n bouque' bride** brother. of white corallta, shell pink aoaea The ceremony which was fully iiiil ge r bara s rhoral with Mr Samuel BurKe at the organ, was conducted by Rev. WD. M. Woode. The ushers were ljoloies and Riwita Mr. Robeit GieenldKe, Mr. Noel maid of honour and Lura-. Mr. Edward Goodrldge a "id respectively. They Mr. Winston Kelly. t stamped blue ne; A reception was held at • llarne%  ith mtndartn itarkllnaa buttoned fcn t", Peterkm Road aflat which own in tiont. close llttinR bodiccr. the couples left for Morntngside' nd full skirts. Their headdresses Bathsheha to p*-ad their honey%  ore blue ttarai and tbov carried moon idlali* Married At Cathedral It. : b.ul'i'. %  I at the il(.king fornore m CarDay and also to Mle on hnlida> Siat crs M1E Misses Pal and Olrllc Von^ She w>. the Ml." Howard T HI i f British Guiana, arrived here recently by B.Vf.l.A f< v %  They both ihe waddtng w ailei and Mr. Gordon Slouto which took place at the Mnl.il Cathedral last Thurftiav Phi I erriployed with B.G. AH\ :-trtan iKHiqueta of pink wavs while he, rbudH and verbena. ol th< Central Ohraic In Georgena Mi David Greenldge. coutkl "( brtdegroom performed the 9 p.m. la t i.m. %  VENXNG DRES8 ADMISSION: Si .110 SNACKS ON SALE fioJUA dJiiowc \o Johnton't Stationary Bid. ogfsM uou Jhs die A I tjtjifalwn in Qualify LOatdiQA A wide open inviiaiton to Bridfietown'r. newest all-purp M Store, whereihe shelves, counters, show-case^— even the spacious, llnoB. ;tre all crammed with Home and Office *.eeds and numerous personal rfquirvments loo. It's a new i.n NFW STOCK FOR MR AND MRS. PUBLIC k.K.II.-iwt^&Co.Ltti. loer Itl'4a-l Si. O N THURSDAY afternoon. St Michael's Cathedral was beautifully deeornted with anthurmm lilies and Caracas daisies for the marriage of Miss Joyce Owen McConney. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen McConney of 'Frank Ville", Pilgrim Road. Christ Church and Mr. ITdllMtO Gordon Stmite, youngest son uf the late Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stoute of "Devon". Worthing. The bride who was given in marrlaue by bar brother. Mr. Tony McConney. wore a drew of lace ME. AND MBS. KENNETH STOUTE Co-operators' Day a> from page 1 laat named sroap appeared ha**e orusad BaasCaUaaaSl Work C /loose fiom (/its large assortment of . 131 MIY>I Mil BMBS9BS el folio ill rials (Valllo PJQua T-ifietas, Pure Silks, l.nii raj c.ii ardlnes, Col ilayons, Organdb tsaaraiickai i rapai lhi\ Oresves — Sun Dresses Cocklnil .iiid Kveninu llrevses Morning Dresses and Maternity Dresses Priced $12.50. $15.00, S18.00 and $24.00 i Aims II vis of individiiility Mltabsa (Or the most formal occasions inBlack: While: Red; Blue; Nay; Grey; l-i i.i run !>• i.n..mi. Orchid. Brown: Pink: Green; iellow; Cream: Aqua From $4.32 $8.50 ^She fAlodern Stress Shoppe BROAD STREET. "KEEP EM FLYING" DANCE AT THE CRANE HOTEL SAT. 30th August TO THL TUNES OF "KEITH CAMPBELL THE SOCIETY SIX and THE JUMPING JACKS STEEL BAND featuring our own III.M. t thv i mam n PAVL WILKIXS • A ran 15 MINUTE FLIGHT IN "BIM" TO ONE IN EVERY .. PERSONS ENTERING THE DANCE DANCING from 8.30 p.m Supper included Dress Optional who m la Uic Island as a membtr of the Royal Commisalun wMch .'ame h(t> in I93R to advise ILS aftar imi civil disturbances. He %  irenl .uth.irltv on TradJonsideTable amounl of proUnionism, and he waa explolnlna opmlloia sane* paganda imd educational work has to hi* audiences the strenmh there Ihe death of 1U prealdrM whlah to bo done in onler 1. help peoarc, in urdST lie asked uTte aeeurrrd durlnx Ihe past year. pl c to appreciate their needs and consider th. : vttencti, c.f a Iwia These societies functioned as problems and to see how these can which by itself could be eajtily unregistered bodias and in many be met by co-operative means. I* nt jrici \vilh but little extra respects, had been doing very A eonun laeoncapUotI which fforl could ba bnkaa. When Rood woik. Much credit for th ni-i of tarlaai aajra was due to their members is eparrtlon r.lat. nlv to aRTlcul|.ut toaiether HI a bundle, provided well as to the former Co-operative lure It Is true, of eourao, that m t. hald tOgatraM it became imOffl.ci. Mr. Cave, whose en%  prcdi.nilnaiuly lerlriiltunil possible to bieik them and soinecouragement and advice had colony, one would expert a larae Htom cv.-n to bend them. And %  reat'y assisted in nurturing thevnumber of ihe lOOMlaa to have so II is I feel with those who Infant cnrletlee nn asrrtcullural bias. Such soclertoold loin in Ihe formation or co'• lies, riowever. u rhrltl and >|i. i % %  Mlvea. The very word means VBU. ^ 0 il.. Credit So.i.:ii Cnsflomen's working together, and In such •_,.. __r .-SSSii; h.j he Societies and Contumcis' s.-ic-.iewiwk there must be Itrength. for J !" '7 ,t?" tT ^2 !" S "" %  -IHcially suited to wagealtboulh co-operation his am M ei7L' ,h £L.^' n sS "^LSrl. '•"""•" "" 1'"-r' "i urban drllnrd aa a system ol the producmonth. ayaWajTI— . %  "5 !" *" are,,,. Development In these tlon and distribution of economic Co-operative• Marketing Soclaty dir^u^ „ expected t„ follow as good, for the creation and allocala-ew-ard Co-operalive Saving. ^„ a ^n,^ „. ork a onf ,,„,, o( WMllhi „ ,, mucn m „„ Society Welchman Hall Co-operalheJC r nM can ^ lnal|luled „, „, „, ali f or co-operation present. w'la. ^iJS, VlS, A "" Co-operative Movement the way lo incien,e the value, of Walkers Co-operallve Savings ...^lop, |J ,, anticipated that :he frugality, justice, honesty and Society. societies will federate into a %  'luality, both social and religious. %  •Two other sncielios in process Co^pMUn Union. This will !• WhaB art examine the success of formalioii ore Porev Spring to.„,„,,„, aDelaty ,,| „ hicli all he life story of operative Marketing and Hillal.i the primary soclelie,. it ,. I,„p,,l. %  II toundrt and properly run Co-operative M.rketmg Socletj „.,„ 1Tom( mMb< r Sucn „' co-operntlves. we must come to beThere are In all. therefore in| cou|d ^ ^ lremendou Iieve that here Is a power, a force seven organised and functioning mMtmt ,„ strengthening the *•* ' n increasingly help ,o co-operative societies and two In vv „ rR „ f ,,, n cmlH r ,„.,„,„* na solve the economic the religious process of formation Five of g radual K ,.„,,, %  k „ and spiritual problems of our these are marketing societies, four J., „, funrtl „„, nf lhr c „Jg£_ times. ttvc Deurtment, ao thai evenrniindahon luallv the Co-op. ant In laying Ihe foundation of any would n.ii i ro-operativi-il i. well to know and !'< %  familiar with those principles %  .in h bavf Baada for the success of nnh were started since the beRliinlnK of ihi* year as a dlmt result of the recently drawn uu .Domestli; Suaar Aareement. Therare two Savins Societies, one Cieilit Society and one ConsumFirst 1 would like lo thank the .^.-operation. More than one ers' Society Chairman for the very warm welhundred years ajo some 28 pe-->oi". "Of these nine societies, three come be has extended me and the 27 men and one woman, had the are in St. Michael, two in St. cordial remarks he has made in courage to test their belief in Thomas, two in St. Andrew, one nirrxlucin me. themselves and in co-operation. In Christ Church and one in St. I would like you to know that I and the principle that those RochPeter. m very sensible of the honour )B | P P i„nr-ers employed then arc "The saven established societies that has been paid me in asking still those on which successful cottave a membership of about 400, me to address you on this your operatives are founded to-day. working capital and savings coa-c4>erators* day. I can only Those principles were founded on amounting to S2.700 and $140 put hope that I shnll not be entirel> ihe belief In. and recognition of. lo reaervea. disappointing. ( he rights snd values of the In"Four of these societies have Unify dividual, been registered. These are Si. Soon alb bad was At the riak of boring those whe Barnabas Marketing. leeward erected h.ui the pleasure of have itudM th* early history oi Savings, Welchman Hall Markethe .ring I i-..'.il Hunker deliver $ ro-oparativta I woud like to tell Ing and Saves Court Producers speech from this platform; the von how il ill -torteil. The story and Marketing. ipMMr MM Sir Walter Citrine, • <>" Pce 5 Reductions in HARDWARE, KITC'HKN SCALES COFFF.K MILLS MINCKRS CAKE STANDS SANDWICH STANDS DECORATED LEMONADE SETS DECORATED LIQUEUR SETS HEAVY TUMBLERS war* $li).ss nans S6.00 J1.90 and Sd.OK now %?,. nd 53 SO were J3.ll now $2.00 were M.IKl now $120 ware f.M now $2.00 ware $10.66 now $6.00 were $6.47 now $4.00 3 lor 24 rents T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL *220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL **()* I



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M'ND.IV. Jl'I.Y ill, 12 M \l>\\ \li\m Ml PAC1 IIIKM. •%l TIIP 4 iurMtu CLOSE TO MY HEART i> m. H A FILM with an appealing story, told in a simple straightforward manner with n<> over-dramatization, CLOSE TO MY HEART is the Plaza, Bridgetown offering this weekend With sensitivity ami understanding, it examines the t-mutional attitudes Involved when a young married couple, whu have rw children el then own, decide lo adopt a luundhnu There is good propaganda tor the adoption agencies whose careful endeavours to tind "homes for the babies and not babies for the homes" are given dignified and convincing UeetfntoMl Adopting a child is not M -miit would appear and when ~the young oupir real him to wait two years, the wife sets her heart on a foundling loft on the doorstep of I station. In due course, the child is lurneti over to the agency and during the pre-udoption period, the young husband is doubtful of taking tfie child because DO one knows anything of its pareutago. When the child is itngUy turned over ko then eretly makei eno^incv u to the baby's origin, „;imst th..idvice of the agency Ills dramatic findings constitute the climax, and for dramatic purposes, the old bread "I hi %  Mioiimciu is deftly resolved. Ray Milliind and Gene Tierney are starred as the married couple and they both acquii themselves well, playing their rolis with | natural feeling that makes the film wholly credible, but even they take a back scat when Baby John Window, u the foundling, comes on the xen.. A strong. healthy, intelligent baby of seven months, he ploys his part like a veteran, and when he is given an intelligence test, he sails through it with flying colours. They say that babies are bom secne-rtealers and this young one is no exceptiun to that statement. GARDENING HINTS FARM AND GARDEN KIR AMATEURS —* j**s^^iejfl BSSP r ~~~ HBSSSB f BUfbl To souaterael this the plan*-:should be sprayed cvees four ditys with Buideaux mixture. — ESCHALOT — Eschalot arc grown by planting rf small dried %  cully Cut a Ihm slue off the top of the dried i Plant the bulbs in \h. *ith the Uaja uncovered) lour dents from all a apart, and d pfktBtad in nlace the. rows vujhieen M are from (Bj \t.KKtH.\i THE COCONUT A r*j ;i."uil CtSssV I | atbong. Kiiith. wire made to arrive II .table prices within the C AMWI products torsn an lenporusst part of the dietary and Wi jroelo M gratefui to all con%  cooatderauoQ given to such gejej Uossi as supplies of ru" av lllable and I price level wluch, all thlagfr eonssiarsd. would *>• M producer and ultimate!ell The Fats and OilI ; 1-IIK leSaUke l>ori% winh. under cxpcit icuidaim mot keuvhtio raeul n the We.1 Indies has 1 hau its upa and downs and eon com ecrted ...boii leading to SU1MUI> liKlvn Uiv HuV will orvaiit a ,-. ,. au-p at a time programme entitled "Voyagurg* when the world U -till fightm.. %  %  %  : %  • | %  young imii and •/ ilun cenitanUj nthei %  Supplie r fabs and iiiu generalthe Ume of Iho year when stu\y have liecn serioqslv all";M W War II -:. BLINDING HEtDACHES MADE HER HELPLESS HUC. KMlll) S9HBJ STUDENTS ViSITINC BRIT. i/.V Their DifiicuUies -.la. .Jut W< bus apart, and if planted in leave home to come to li£^aui_ producing areas like the Dutch j rows igh inche* upon. V.G.M. n the l ius Setuaments and Mn\a>I mile *e IMiilii-i'ii,. Jttssi, rrtALN. RAY Mil-LAM) Fay BUinter hraOs the MipportIflUaaW'dth a wan, sympathetic iiorrrayal of the head *A the Adopts** AgVIH-.V. Mrectton |g good and Max Wenter*! music just right. Belles on Their Toes Ploying at the Globe. BELLES ON THEIR TOES brings u furiher adventures of the GHbrcth family In a genus] to "Cheaper B> The Danen. 4 Though there Is no definta plot, the BB of chuckles and inerrimri M*e the children growing up. graduating from high school and college ami having thetl '" lo*M atlanIn :|H rt is i-aptured by a raccoon-coated football hero with a bright red roadster, but the object nf her affection is taken thinly In hand by her nil brothers and beats a hastv retreat, leaving Ernestine with what Mhe li qull.' sTii-i%  i shattered heart. Anne's affair is more serious, ana end.-, happily with her marriage to .• fCJKM doctor. Mr* Gilbreth. their wise ana ceg-geMi rnottier, who is. if you reanernber an engim %  i u victory over the handicaps of her MX in a man's held and Is accepted a?, an instructor of young students. Bui even this doe* not overshadow ihe merry pattern of >lv i,r,. They have a cheerful way of looking at too %  •right side of things and The emphaatB on tinsheer fun „f sharing and ihe joyoun sense of belonging that must he pari and yarvel of life in a large family, make this picture cheerful and hapu\ enBMi f.-r the fannlv Kytne Loy and Jeanne Crain are back in their old rain and. the neweomero include Hoegy Carmitthael a s their lsnguid ciok and handy-man; Jeffrey Hunter Dd Edward Arnuld gg 'he umuccesjul Miitor M Appniniiucnl With Danger ... i \PPOINTMErVT WITH DANGER at 'he Plata. Bnrbarecr. for a weU-deveJaned plot, crisp, natural dialogue, a rapid-lire dimnx and a stmng. i-onvuicing perfOrmanee by Alan Ladd as the hiird-U.iled Iiihpector. The atory concerns a postal Inspector who Is assigned to solve the murder of a colleague, the I %  of which is a sprightly Lrttla Cathohe nun. Posing as a corrupt postal employee, the Inspector not only duds the murderers—with the help of the nunimcovers plans for a largc-sculc mail robbery Though the pattern of the film is definitely "cops and robbers"'. humour and a ne'v twist have been added by the introduction of Phyllis Calvert as the nun. who not i.nly aids the course of Justice, but by her ingenuousness, cotniileiely ,-hiingeii the very cynical point at view of the Inspector Authentic backgrounds in South Chicago and Gary, Indiana add realism and there is interesting inside information concerning the safeguards employed by a large Post Office to minimize the llsllll .f theft. isual wayA-s the bulbby sending out small bulbs around some gardeners strt]> thees off and u*e them, leaving only MMcentre bulb to hili\ develop*. When the green fohag" of Uw esebwliit begins to withe the eschalot |g then ready tw be puUed. — LETTUCE — Lettuce can be grown ui Uar. bsdoa uU round the year, but ••** megacycl** P Ike Olympic Cauies %  :foimaIt. r %  :"" which will u ,.e actually involved: enable them osne r^rope, oUee groves and > equipped niDer part su ffen-d incalculible losses. While in die b. of the y ommunmeenianv a h ar( ( tale eonld rgnubtle '''' l-> told of the deprivstions due nee* ... v i,.„. ,g, uterature low many difficult** cn IV 1 -,.niemplate, > 'i'"' 10 n a degree of saMelaetlon, that dent 1 dl %  f, . i,.. lanib „ vtd guniuc hour Of -taning the W. ,,„., „ ii|lU ,, will begin at 10 ,, r hjg humorous disserl g heard i the 3a Ui HHI ,.„ „„. .^.^i,,,^ ,,toa*urvs 5 "" ..: | wf n he wa.s %  \Uanhile. in th. M tndiee, ii t u pn %  loci last waek"' Ul lr > or h '"' from hurricanes aches will be interested in reading bow this woman aaded her troubles l "I was subject U> terrlbls hea laches. Wails they laeted, I aesmed to lose my oi_hi and all pownr In my ban 1 ana • i to He down for hours at a time etvaant.wbo has (alien Kru-chen Salt* lor voara. sugastel my trying iheia. I did so, and 1'vs not had a return or thoee terrible hssdaohSB for months. In fact. I feel quits cored "— M W tlcsdacBM can nearly alwavs be Iraeed loadUordertKletoraach aud i i tne unauspeoted rsUatlon to the system of suuroailuic wii material. **lUch potannii the blood H"ino* t ho polsoDmi aeouaaoJstlcina prevent tni i from formlntf again -s>nd you S n t oav* to worry any mum. d that li jiud how KruHCBeo nviieifl snd lasting by <-lnan*lng the system tlmrosxhly of ail harmful, i.. waste WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALWAYS USE i v i at 111 ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED i4 water it dots not come ao well in the rainy weather. Lettuce is grown from unpoited duxlns "the .H.IHOC Conethe periodic seed wakh mut Qrst be sown |,JHW iil l!" w in a seed box. Mignonette is report dv '** 1,Mpn ori l0 the bust kind of Lettuce se>\l (U v ai !< p.m. ju-, beCora the maintenance and. inyorne can to plant a t it forms up into tight New.lluUtla, -i lUaK. L CO -. nt unharve- IMHKL majorltj >1 uch pU should be watered three limes m '• M to 7.40 p-i • Ui Ihe ltd rd ... '""I preparatory iinpleI'roblems ot Atomic I i.wer . , that the 1' SII John Cocki-ro" %  t ,,, ptajgt,aliOn< are i-tdl to be .1 areas where and clunatic coiulltions and %  at Harwell, is to fie* tup* are sulud the Mid-We-k Talk 1 DO wedr. he i. onl of the < 'imnenj T( .,. agforia BOW 0*401 ping at in. is p.m In the 'aikn ... ,. g a billze ihe industry, ii entitled Thi AJM %  >' ,.u. not only In AtOgftW POWSS S.r John will 0 i. name of .ve*. aeeM*. ——. view some ofthe probh livstions but in s %  pei mil must be obta>.ned to be '• "^bnologists m the fjeld Oj ,..,„, ,., ..xpanshai wusjreee. allowed to grow them. atomic energy. IZJ' what ,„mtionwarrant. The Wesl Sow HuV seeds rtruight into h % %  %  %  h as the the ground about lour feet apart ,uli > eonUnande lo the oiins IWI „ UI .,, hl prea*ent Jimetuxe V.G.M, in the usual we*. ,m.l ' ' kuHursllj sne be sure u7 ubVk Uw okras before P 0 ***' ^' c SS" SftTS". ^.t rtfcnv hu n,,,, ' *" Ja. — ECO PLANT — Egv-Plant la an all round >'> %  •.. Plant ftv D imported or local seed. Plan! tlie seed first in a boK, and transplant the seedling!* when l*.s high l>. the prepared bed Vli M in the usual wsy. ,. — OKRAS — Okra* are <-asily grown all the year round from local seed. There however a closed season when about six off and fresh ted. ARTICHOKES — %  rgy. th B "f Cheap power, has .. .> %  mil *•':• u : |.odu*ingcrop-eolton-haetendhrtfecuva nowers nf the %  -Koe can bo grown all the year round in Barbados. Tiny .ire grown from a piece ot tuber which hai. eyes, and Ihwe pieces of tuber can I straight into the prv|>ared bed. Place I hem llwee inches deep in the gi-nund, and two ft %  applu-ati'Hi of V.G.M. when the plants are ( few inches high and another when they start to flower. When the plant foliage Btarts to dry the artichokes are dps, and can then be lifted from the ground. To
  • ttrif, insert :i long prongiil fork well ba one tO§ "' Ba plant, and prize upward so raising the bunch of artichokes whloh '•'ill ba found at the base of the plant. The 1952 I'M.,,, Mtfa Season of the He Promenade C %  II Saturday next. 2th that d.t. it 1.1a |> II Coconuts in Barbados received i %  pecial niention by Sisiotnburgk in [ :H4 HIurili 'Cievioio U. the awful Inn 1 H'A I the coast regions were %  iul ti-ecs; the' '. of \. Inch "I'II 1 lie BBC G.O.S Mil vwh the noyal stmfdd .luring that calamity. The i howwrei en of the Opening concert The pro. planted and In some places, as at gramme consists ' Dohnai %  stwelra end rontabeUe, the reaped annually froi I i^OO o 1*400 from the Sale of Joycs Hedges, a young pianist ac n e, ggeje" He then aroher twenties), and Wagnei • %  ' to relate the U-age.lv I 'Overturf %  -* %he palm* as tie by the BBC Svmphony Orchestra. "* attaCel by Al-v'-odee. a epocie* Sii Malcolm Sargeunt of su. king bug akui to scale in* i ...k from Me '"ui M %  H ui distressing to see South America. The I1BC will those majestic tress, st present many of the 1'ron.en< Town less trunks, offensive to the %  ou ''ye," he states, as he continues to of these in due course. n-i ilbe the invert .nd its nature. Imp' oved THI: TRUCK & BUS TYRE THAT WAS ALREADY MOKE POPULAR THAN ANY OTHER v SEE /o f/nur hontf and i in A h — / LA n in % i 2 LOCKS -2 .7 BOLTS :t 4 HIM.IS 4 SiBIJ | 'hip in ivrcnilo|> ihsl there is no m U II tiered Thai'", lust wlui hga Veen done to the DunJup i I mniop designer* havcdcvelopcd Imm ilu* line b i i pattern a tyre thai is entirely und IMl'KoVhH ilu. lyre, uc brilliant U'>. is apsj I % %  \\ to set up ii nfej H-oids lor low-cost operation and all-round cfliciency. Sec Tor yourself— IIV* hctn* rwc*irtcl Hit ft i* II II i I it II11-1 II V. #*/•"••&•* %  .S/fOf t'/s_ ititl'lifts Hint tmtttt tttti'zt'tl I tth\. BAHUAiPOS 0 o-oir rOTTOX FACTORY LTD. DUNLOP TRUCK AND BUS TYRE DUNkOF SUIS2S CO. IID IIMHINGHAH, 1NCLSNO



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    I'M.I 1IUR -I M.AY \li\.( Ml Sl'NTJAl II I I" -'" MB CQNQUER PAIN SCIENTIFICALLY i*W*C/fc contain* fotw mtll-ptoren med.i.rwt. i.. Phawatin, t-— = =-^ Catenas, AeatrkeBSyla. Acid—.id QUININE. The,* lour mvdicirvM. i•• MMM t IVKMMS TASK vi Yesterday's Cricket RACING NOTES HELSINKI-STIFF /\/>/i rot/x /1> BE "OFF" I' \ HI' \ II i I 11 I IMI'IKI rs HABBUON n < (Hi l Ol t U.tsmrn. . , .. _._ ,. Hurikwl red CINCE our last artltlc flppearr.l mu.h pace in • lV *J the Raring World With Ihi fell for Meeting there came, first of all. the ann the chan ' n claaw float ion which resulted froi. ime to digest lumps were The two Lawlasa brothers lookthese than the fntrm ,or ou r own *"£ U111 ecl,n .*5 re ;VP on 1 u ": >m wenIBS a* the ioundwt of the tail end And almost Immediately the tempo of the gallop, quickened so that T MK XV;, Olympiad opened at HcN batsmen. David getting 21 and it became possible for us for the fim l.mc lo make some assessment of events were ciV Camie Smith was Uie outstandTony 17 H. Jordan, who finished form i .__. -„,,.. ... ... -._.... %  .. %  ._ _. . „ H vfiS&SSS. 3BBS v,.rn ~ lloned greater "weeping and gna: nil i the face of It. II would appear that Ihe form si. /;. ii > iitrrn ': ."rV i give her. Having...... thrusting gojod Creoles Into imported classes should be abandon.,!. 1 i inrad : of pace t... ItofsW(Tt\ \ lha Olymf>atur<-d in the good second wicket b. p~u,i.rl, ,„,.-, : g^',* 85 i„ a, v.Udil, o, o* conclusion waa, UVM Of birth, Ken Farnum. who, for scOra to 76 before Smith WH ] la* nnftl evot of the lncon ,,, 1 l nrv o( .^i lrv antl nracti.-*. that time an numb. rmada* i d the !S?!1! n "Jfpotoyjndprgcuct that lime and Uine Mln IT With a few fact* abOttt A. Alleyne also made a valuable plrkwick wicket uffNd a leg i'^g which ran be used as a background for any reports in this eMktrlbuUon, Qotnl In ->' tm Wfal del-wring the branch of iiport. wk-ket he earned hti score to i-v o M. BPAKTAM m POLlct CYCLING AT HELSINKI Itoblnsnn off the bowling of spartan \ I II. llngj will be Staged In tinVcl*.Barker. C. Blaekm,.n inatb M Pli.e (for 3 wkav) notrat) UokVMi i iknd M BtaB The road no lkcr ha ^uccesful H lalnkl'i wooded day. He senl .IT*, of which fly* v.. voua Uapae at the iaBin -ull Qg through my pivgnunnic 1 sec that tha CjcUl ",' ''"'"", %  *"** , 1 ,; al Iht si..I th. I r.,r ih. I.0QD race King..look I Neverl IS THE ANSWER ^ ih. 1.000 > ''. m -. , went to Ohvu it migm manuon twra that fmordinst r*iiTf> Ihe final day. when most OU any cost, we And no fewer than 4 I: i than 10 horses LATER IN THE DAK J.000 metres tand-m, • On Tueeday at i^JSat Jlust before 1 SO. and IbS 4.0O0 inn ir,r asm entekeM I"' !M '' %  '"' %  ""' d ** c,d J %  >' rental* it .which ' fflliUnTlth, ,-d dangerously ^Ved"' (RCKJCIC. vi Carl ,l 'h fr !" Papers dA comparison with 1951 shows that although there were slightly tonand sent Lodge in to bat on i " %  ""' Bradshaw who each more races at that Meeting with le?s than 10 entries (17 as against 15). the el < %  • %  for tnanisthe case this August, ih.i. i fewer than • i>> and 50 a horses entered, and only two with fi or less entries. By contrast B p.iii the seml-flnals oftlw 'ar'nins ?n their %  bowlers took tlus August weshall have no lass tfasn 11 racn fee whicli fewer t|| IsUnce the 8 entries have been received, and of these 9 will have 6 or less entered. %  f .u.'.„ i ickct pitch gave them, and it was only It | s obvious that for Ihe 78 • ntered for both On Thu II .ii ii %  %  the l.wio metres Unas trial finals of the 1,000 metres serai %  m been ROAD SAGE O N SATUHDAY. Aufl %  i do %  these events Ken F, pivsjranini %  on will be up spinet even from I %  %  %  . I t hought ol ... ,,.. uu i the at of 1 nil oi her Orant u p>-..m. latch ai %  %  i ft %  %  ii the %  I • %  IX'll of £2 oT'Sn.r wick; '" noopen87 meetiiiKs. the 1951 programme p:-.. 1\. The chief and CQlprlU BS (.: U UM 1963 Me a l I would appear to be rain the races framed for the C and Cl! winners onl} and for the F and F2 winners only. I*. I lefend foul luch racei in one Meeting at which the numbers of horses liable to take entry in each category was readily predictable sometime before the programme was framed THE HORSES With less than 3 weeks remaining ...itions, trainers nd then Griffith was run are taking advantage of the opening of the Hace Track to intensify Coring two. So Spartan their training programme Among I .'./seen %  ruled UP with in '"" and i:, lienee o full slater INDIA nil It NOT I IVU Isl.n ...... ,i n,-,toCrtm Bow and Carall. les neither, bdni W 1 ol ml .an lalm that tnagr nre i. Ited with great ear*. Bom "'ueh more compact. I should • iiosaenes a good 1 lUl ..1 but HarrU deal more spce.1 lh.,i, liei l.,,,-i (K B Indian Cricket I :', ,.:.,, Edl n nicer atrokaa mid dis_ Also listed in the Z-year-old raciw a.e Jim I.a llue, II,,. „,.'"„ Lodge v -' %  • M'-erschaum and Jealoi. ...„. „„.„,. laHaracor''• "I'lu; '.Ml stable are both balf-brod, by Jcl.ani Of the two I nnlnga ing 411 when Bowen lalacd a atllt I; ', h I KVIK 5 .V !" T f? ^ ?ii" P E"'. a u I 1 h < ""'""i "V" "' loin. frorn Bradshaw. Bowen n V'^ D ?'i; b '" "'"<• n '"• % %  • aim. Jim La Rue. I the Waal aS '.le 33. Unseed appear, ataman who "a'kward but he has., nue way ,.; going and Is sure ton,. t" Paw epartura for the Weal Indies kl, four in In* batting order for In some n %  I the Polico nd will also shorten Ihe tour. ( |ton bit %  Grant whoacor B \. 1ST TO rl-Y loo. n might well ma .il have to be I that they be flow i rk brown gelding by Jll backward but he ha The gallops on Wcdi %  | . n werc for the most part on the : %  ; %  .-.. \ %  Ltvel] pood time however \\ \MIK1 Url Pit KUH K Wsiiderers' ptekwtefe Wanderers amassed 343 runs In 215 to him wt'-k..anrt tn the 25 mimm-i pieKa^n^ \i>eni>tmilsm on would be •> mars aiiplssinlaiii In commenting upon iin. MIGHT BE "OFF" me as if the Indian tourdeflnli good chance w ho hit up a of being "tiKF". The V•COOd only to A ... : ^ I-nlge. and ii certainly no) stand tor this against Empire. I u.in.-T L ,Z. s,,U . i_ Inc Pauence of her connections Oth. Fi£ i. P olu| 0 p ? M "n*. h's eompanloti worked 5'furiongl In Bowen, was rr,Uv Trn^wS" '"IfflS ^^ ^euwe who rettslwd the softlsh going and Lando^ ti • o ,-htiv L.t ^Sft. mark look,n ^ non the war a tQI : ,,s a,so Pleesed. (lor 1 wkl I tn Super Jet over a 3 furlong spin. unwhen playing him. o add. however, that So: 1 morals was no whit 1 poanble wicket was lost by this result. Ilu> icl.et. ned ml dropped what '.mrortoblc catch. I III the past Bve years and who i Ihem in tinfoternatlonal cricket line-up, nee thai It is n that we P nun • uterlain must be done wltntn the COnN .'"it good a frank King took the other WlCkei Mr 27 run-.. SCOREBOARD nowi.LNG AKAL.VSU E-tBllll] Wart 4 — EMPIRE vs. COLXEOE %  AaSUSON r Ol i 1..t-i.i intri> ( ISar, b Baikrr. I wkpr. Orpvlu. I —gSJBBJ %  | RACES SMIKD.W. IND AKilST, 1952 J MONDAY. ITII Al (il ST. |>:,2 (HANK HOLIDAY) Till KSDAY. Till AUGUST, 1952 SATl'KDAY. 9TII Altil ST. 1952 THIRTY ONI: KVIMS IN AIL. THE START OF THE FIRST KAIL ON Till. FIRST, SECOND AND FOl RTI1 DAYS IS |.|3 |\M ON THr. THIRD DAY 2.00 p. M. it (I.. COACHING PROGRAMME The -" Mr. .i M Hi n %  %  West [ndlei tins medium pace bOWlei fui b iti % %  %  prai lice %  %  the Police E* % %  tor the i The iv I | Pol %  : ward and O %  t \iti:w TOO M l . : %  %  nan *f those who have DCCUplsd kel to pass on their knowlredge to the younger Trlnld %  Hunt i rate ] icgularit i by ihe brought ither 148 afti m ho had %  fored 12. and .. % %  "'IHT 'WO later in the Innl! i 1 i:y of the asaan attended by some good luck, he hit given :i nurobei 4 rr .gwte.. ind Proverbs M Sll „,.,.,. ,; ,,;.', %  from IS kM .. g. A. V W1IXIAM8 %  %  ,i further loss .it U time AUdnson had %  cored 124 including B (15 includini; a dx Aikmson :(iii in 81 n In U Ided 199 %  i their gnod luck, thee the Pickwick b. I After lui rate of acorii tw trie total oass the 230. At 23f. K. L. G. Boad, |ni bcal Atkinson With i. IS went uli iand bowled him. Nan Ball Young David afsyeri who u ^ hailed In the t\r>t Innings against M w 1 %  ._ • I' ov' I and went on I" 2 Mi K. %  Uroofc. b Mllkl>> : 1 l* M.i.l i r..iircr b nn-ilri e Hulrhlnaon c Gnddartl b nri^k#. fi ii iteti m i WW i> wnitif. r Rdshili r Murray b F.iJ WlilUmi r a b rrmr (I Edshill r nrookr. b rarm.r ... C It Will! II. Cox no! out EHm. Touai i tor 7 seskeH i ru of wickrti: i—si. J—4, *-. 1 Ml. & 131. S 133. 7-H0 BOWLING ANALYSIS PkhWKK-M Innlnc ft w r i : ii.,.-..! n.,, ou| 17 II" Fain is -T. iiiii.M not oat 13 I rn or wicket: i aa BOWI.IM. ANA! YM1 Alhlasan Atli'ii*nn M .i H w rw i ai of airkatt: %  1. 7 It! %  %  OVUrfa AKAJ VMS O. M. 11 s Ii 3 1 3 1-1 1 niu K.nc %  i n 3 CABLTON iv LODGE I OIK.I. t.l ln.l n( C II Or.n i) t U Willlanx c %  esaiu %  II Wllll.lll,. %  %  %  ' %  I A. M • 1 G wiikieSIC li Willinu i %  ra*.... i iiiI.* aban i %  %  !. an I .1 OiiTr.ini 2 S — K P'lHiln 11 | I M Wllklr 7 t M 1 11 S3 1 R re.-llli.l.l 2 u — PICKWICK vs WANDKRFKS WAMi It SI—• %  Innlim. a T MiKiil b || jijicl.in 3 li Cvl>n itrtpi i iii h H Joidaii 1 "n,i HI i h I •H. rt Jor. IIS n Mnyrr, •K A Gi. It .l.C b T nirk*H t. Alklnftoti c K A (iu-rnnlir l> IV II.'.D A. Lawleu (. I II 11.11 A h H Jordan ii A i .i-i.-i. i n i II Jurdaii n Jordan J enrbtn not out Elra POLK F vs SPARTAN 0 Ifllth rim out ,, I h 11. | IcoU ll. b H N. lUrrlf nut out O. Grant b llradihaw If.' N lUrriwm b Ur-iftidnw .1. Muilinn kST. b Mullm* n < nub b Bud-luw A Alklnabfnl Exlra* T U |J1 I. isi i on u< >i van Total IT asan* i i C, Blaiknia.il S • IVC Spnna*r 3 0 -•1 I. 11.. 3 0 i-oi.irr-i.i in..., .. i O I Ta>l..r not Out 0 A I' kfir I. K I 3*3 nowen • -SOB. 1 311. B 332. Total ilor J aMsJ I" i" i .ING AKAJ Wat w Pan % %  i K A Ore. %  n his Kll ;aught *—H r ittiiiin* t Kins I K. I It 1 1 L llariu The 2 SWEEPSTAKE will be officially cJ i THURSDAY, 3IST JULY, 1952. and will hod. i on FRIDAY, 8TII AUGUST, 1952, at the GRAND STAND at 4 ltd I'M. Tickets can be purchased from Registered Sellers up to 4 00 p.m. ol ihe same day. The Plan for Admission to the Grand Stand will be opened, as follow To SUBSCRIBERS on THURSDAY 24TH JULY, 1952. To TIIL GENERAL Pl'BLIC on MONDAY, 28TH JULY. 1952, between ihe hours of 8.15 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. daily. All Booting. nniM be paid for bv FRIDAY. 1ST AUGUST, 1952, by .1.00 I' PKK IS OF ADMISSION: BUBSs KlllERS:—Free and Three (3) Ladies or Juniors 'a $2.oti Each for Ihe Season. GENERAL PUBLIC:—Ladies per Du> .. Gcnls .;ier Day .. Ladies Season Gents. Season Admits,, ii to the Paddock per Day |1J| I ..u li FIELD STAND: —Per Penasj per Day 3/Back $1.20 1.1)2 4.mi 7.IHI JUST OI'I:.XI:H BIRKMYRE CANVAS 72" WIDK—FOK BIS TOPS and SIDI S INNER HOOD LINING 50" WIDE. FAWN AND GREY UONIDE LEATHERETTE 50' winr. 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    %  I \I>AY. JULY !•, 152 SUNDAY invcKAii: FIVI England Beat India By Innings And 207 Runs TRUEMAN TAKES awisrn Co-operalors Day JULY 20 NO. 233 XMr> SEVERAL WICKETS EC Defeat Fortress By JACK IIOB&S i>nrm*r Vmrn Engb as I rickclei t U Hi. July ty. land erica*** S I tent In ton mtMM tab* M--2 an foui rUMiri and the* Indian Test team was twice dis. Co e *' oltego .lefeaud i ighl bv the '.Jest mu *BkeU>.ll] tUS SCSJ in Told in .umple and moving IITIH. by Ear Henry Ctfpmtr. The Co-operative movement Garten bark In th* "hungiy •r:i**" of the IMI century About 1 5O0 people lived in English villas* ••* KorlulaU>t Ihe Lancashire Hills tn angl-ind. Most %  f them -men, women .1 ;lr*n — war* employe.' Thi „ -_. on ih* offensive mi-ed ,,ed Una! of 140 ,u„, ami England had ^SSSJJUSt ffj££ SSZ SkEJlS!.' I wo U> ^ W *"•* by an innings and 207 runs. 10 lhm It th• momlnf until ?.> >1 mini A quick nummary is that the circumstances provided romn in b. decided on oy goal .nd th? wiv wu. v.ry small—. England's team with the opportunity <( proving verv detii> peony or two an hour or aboi. "civ thai Ind&n combination is not up to our T ? < v *2ZJZJST T^?** %  Si5?JtH W J!5i, !SP .lEIa '" uml Ihey ..* the opportunity to the full ,n every ftj "S & ES&XSXEnJ possib B win b,ih >>r ih.-e HHV was tte off ' desperation. .. strike w is callEnaland can rejoice whole depression and the bowlers did the wflfc Cnlton in the number •*. %  %  ** workers demanded heartcdlv but at the name time "*• matches won. but they have a batnigher wages. But the own? little soberly. Really it was all a Adhikarl cam* back after being ier goal averaa*. hit too earv wish the Indiana in hit in the mouth by Bedser to general lacking the fir* essential n^e a pliant 27 and Son supphed 7S17n£ and far too many of Wtle mr relief but at 520 p.m. innings %  s!l l> eaten by Ikin finished the itoh. ,~*opl* a % %  %  %  %  iiiktDKlUMl BCUVtt) of pei %  %  %  %  ,*hilBVeMg As esHNpi man *eone*nk*M) to li build him He u %  The Topic of Last Week To keep %  regular take ENO'S In Iht. A merit.il The M i N< i ,.. i, ___ HulUtti *-*• t, DP S**ppard l.bw. Ramcharul Iftln Divn-ha h Qpilw Ahrr.nl M r Sen b M.!kl I b Dtv*?rlu rValkliit %  Phadkat b Mankad Evan, c and b Obulam Ahmad %  an b Divccha Bi-dM-T t Phadhar b Oh.i'.n. Abmrd INC. AN.M.VIKi Uvaeka of the flRht and far too their batsmen in eac being well nigh out baton ihey wenin. • was %  Tett match which woes down in records and tt which records were made Truemnn did nearly all the damage i,-. Th^flr^t innings and e's a place for pace bowline the equal of which bv an EnitlnnH P**T*> ba* not been aaan for many a day. In the second innings the came ,.f aklttlM was well plaved by two Surrey men—Aler Bedscr. his best self, and left arm spinner Tony Feeble Opposition Beriser we know everything %  about, but because of this com ~ paratively feeble oppoaltion. l*ck n must be seen again before ft defln!" it* decision ran be mnde about his ,; Teat match future. AtLeeds India had good for" l "" b *** tune on their side in the pit sense. At Lord's Mankad held • flag. But to-day the Indians had urn everything stacked against them, g* most especially the New York; ir ,„ I expraaa rreddin Trueman :.ny doubts Which may have lingered. He is a fallow wo can send forward witl. complete confidence to greet the Australians next summer. Helped by fresh wind on his back, L^t Trueman with iin unpnrnllrlrd last ,',? D,A i stride, bo h*r [g "; J,,, b i our time to finish off the Indians' ,. seen from an England player • *> i^"., first innlnas with figures of 8 for J^';'^-; ',, B^;';*, b ^" 31Mr.mr.-hai c Evan* b Uedaar I would hate to be accused of im—na i> ini.-i saying ,:, t w ,h M b **" tract from th* '-<-iV >f *hls k'rrat. (>f .,| jm ajuwed ika %  > i almost wonderful performance on Qiira. a damp pitch which helped dellvHJt up more. Fielders were set close round the wicket—silly mid on being the furthest re_ ,.,-j i i %  % %  i e IT > moved. p, r|ll %  t • i I can think of no batsman who v . I i I %  would bm tak>0 up hts poaltion %  •. • a e confidently. Such as Herbert Sutcllffe, Eddie Pavnter or Doufne would hsvtlbugM him vil't*! Ill iW. A It 11 -and maybe taken him-with -MOEIIJ |iUH/\Ul greater concontrstlotl and determination Police have match* tn this Division. und In nist*d that they could not affora all their Secund *nJ increases The workers loai ind are leading n Shrike Leaders d College i tnti MM [NvlglbD I. n Ml I ivmay b TIUHP II U c Shrpliard b Trurnwi i> Tlueman i ii C ni-\n*j b Tru lrk b Truaman %  > Ahmed not out HOWLING ANALYSIS A fi-rt nf the people who h . s^vad a ltule murvay embarked f-ir America, but th* rest could no' i-scape from thus* wretci itiions. With their backs •- th. wall as u were, some Of Ihi n %  njhfcuii their plight. Son., xvaled a petitiou to the Kli g. Others thought a politic.ii demonstration would aid them. A few were more practical, they had hoard of the (dc is of IWO men iBNd RnU'rt Owen und l>r Wu mi King who had U*l 04 lerglea and wealth to ball wort • i like themselves Th. i-r* saw that m rvorked %  • %  < noi ..tlord to buy in* thinss which Ui machines made. They i what a startlinc suggestion "L*l •he workers own the Machines' Hut moat "f the group %  "iw could we hunsry. p--i paoi k "ecome owners of the mat him' There wer* a few brave souls11 of them—th*y started to save •Juslr ptnnttt At the end of a ,.r they had $140. and they d*-> rmined to run I store which *!i*v opened on December 21. 1B4H. •Alth a small stock of soods%  utter, sugar, meal and candles The first consumer cO-Operattve Ktore. Seven years later the \.\. P,l A X *2 OT> Mquitable ioCsafa i Mr. W. H. C. Knowle* and Ml „ ,.,., i„„ght their first factor Lawless vs. Mr. D 1 I ;( fl, iu mpl fSaV wars tatei R.B.Y.C. Tennis Tournament Results of Friday's matches. MISS IKH BI-F.S W H C Knowles and D Mi V. Roach and Mr T A flltHw 8—0; fl— 9, 10—8. MI\U> imi HI I t Mr. and Mi> D. E. Worm* ix'at Mrs. J A. Mahon and Mr. \ ttMbboas and Mr. I \V MrKiustrv beat Miss D. Bd Mi .1 H c Edghlll a -1 I .! MONDAYS FKTVRCS. i \nits DOI'BLatt nwiMIXHl IMII HI KS Mrs. P. Patterson and Mrs, R s Ihmcroft vs. MJss D Wood and Misa G. Pilgrim. MKN'S 1MH KLKS Mi P. Patterson and Mr. H O. | vs. Mr. J. W MiKii i Lock HOWI.INU ANALYSIS Worme and Mr. H. Johnson w/\f; %  ii iev purchased a "..utright. and by 1855 thev i cotton and woollen mill. Korhdul* Pi. The Rochdale Pioneers sucevdd because they hit upon cert.nn impk* rules and methods of doing usiness which have 0OBM to bi ic basic pnnnpli o| the i paraUva novauiant all over the %  arid. Thev Invited everyone ta HI. their society and g.< ( letnlxT gBS) vote iiu'iiiless of tin i I'INIKW, 'jui'v"i9. l,oun f !" f* tal ht 'nvested i In rulvj.rwnnH fiirt %  '" ordinary business cesparal i third W." ,h.T ?h C^!HV r ,lri ,n '' ma u,,h '"' hundr.u i h. -e ult Ih. U H)d • ,, ull ,,„. |[rt ,.„,, ,. m .,.,.,. ...d yueen BUs-fc,^,, un „, u vole> ,,, -' \srot thLs after-* Tialyor Winti Kinjj Genye And QQMB Mi/;ilHi I I Stakes the Queen. Tul., £23.502 and tat. ], ,taoaj Ulka II, .1 axcta It was. aaird i : S imucl JohiiMin Ui || I'V orer other le.nn.sd n %  %  dliNl the art of thinkin %  his inind %  huh ws of" %  lerstanding a .• %  vi.i.-f.' SI |CtU ll then Li on* % %  tl must be %  'ling to experiment, to rn.iV> whit obaervations and I aaa vc it to rtraw earaful The 'peaker her.%  %  it the bnpfasiloni >• tttrxi the Cn-.it>. S ilia Pi, I [aland I a* t ii itO • iadi hi atni and %  %  11 %  %  %  % %  rhe approach b %  .. .'. %  %  iMrti rol %  i 1 %  ullunl DUI litII .A r/hUJ I'hupln music Ui %  M knost whein IM nut r l>eople to raise them" '. hRadngj vie naad no) worn I'hev wll 'i kf car* of ihrnnchi %  vll srlse poets, painter, an • b -lr breasts." Oifurultirs i'u will have youi did til.Ml to help and to advise—hut much will be expected of you Remember fOU can do a great • il Ear this rommunltj 1 1 f.000 itdd axial if you learn und i I •opt) at* ut ii meancan %  work \t the las' Bpeei h Da %  Queen's Comas an glvaa by Bii John B highly respected bj u %  nil for his brillinnt In* humility in sharing i*s tn hai Mlosa i aha was repeating what he %  sioci^ nu^.u' .i E 2 3.502 a-id t., :,-——/'^:;-, M :-—^ ^:-. .DLtl'LVntllV 'Hiiings for the owner Aga Khar. tM „,„ do th* uukina sadonv rcdj ii..-, to* Indians' Methods LONDON. July 10. Nigel How aid Who captained the M.C.C learn in India last wil>%  season today. Leading Lanir-inst Kent at Maidstone I i 13ti not out. K< ORKHOARD Essex vs. lil.muri.il ( %  Lim^jn 217, Smith 5 fi Essex liafor 3. Kent vs. Lanrashire hire 471 for 7 Mirl.ll.-win vs. Sorre> Middlesex 192: Erie BV 9) The Indians in general are not PMglt Of that stuff however and I didnt fir.d it easy to forgive a Tett match batsman retreating -iiuare leg almost before the ball was delivered or one who runs about half way down the wicket to the first ball he received. Suoh methods don't make Test batsmen. Gallant Hazare fought, but it imost on* man battle. the Indian second Innings ted only 33 minutes, he was l^lceatershlrr vs. Derby-hire back In the middle battling one* Der b y sh ire tti. Lata more. lor 2. Amid dl excitement we almost Norlhamptonshre vs. Sassex forgot to argue whether Hutton Sussex 222 Northamptonshlie was right, carrying on England's $1 for 0. InnlnBs In the morning. He was. Gloucestershire \s. Ilampahirr because he couldn't have expected Gloucestershire 256 llampthe Indians to crumple so comhire 68 for 1. E l<-'. I. :md he had the irrepressiN'atllnsliam-hlre VH. Vork-hlrr le Evan-, to pita up nma more Kotta 333 Yorkshtfa 12 for runs as only Evans among the Warwickshire vs. Woreealershlrr run u\ I' %  • % %  I.ITVI team can do. Warwick 155; .lenk'ns 6 for 55 The Kent man put spectators Worcestershire 190 for 2 Bennph..l'pelled the Manchester yon 105 not out. Cycle Team Manager Back From Martinique a from pace I ook part in these events and In iired the first, second, ihe short heat between Keiser and third and sixth places, but their Schuler of Trinidad. Keizer was Pith rider did not complete the thought by the majority of on, ourse. Of! to be the winner, even the Barbadian Bohulsr admitted this, but to the ner started off M %  th* Barbadian B and when th'be judges awarded Mnrnc-Rouge. he was led only by 'he heat to the Trlnldadian two cycli U from Guadeloupe. T*ie fourth race was lOd Skinner, Kelzcr and tyre and had to retire from the llrathwaitr participated. This race, venf was over a distance of Hi'ITTI kilor-ietres and here again. i"heel had to give up after .j] luck dogged the steps of the ravaging a good deal of the Barbadmn-. On the angle for the i our** while K.'l/i-r nnd Smart iimtl push home. Skinner and held on gamely but found the hills K'-t?. who were close behind h much for them !, r skidded and fell at a Mm* "Flash" Braahwaite gallantly w hen it was thought they were in completed the first round of the position to earry off the honcourse, the only Barbadian to di nay U1..1, aw other honw in ,,,H. r ailv insist that men atmild ni-.or> of the Flrlilsh turf oidrol money uutcad of leiinn tol.d earnings wenr60.77 ,„,„„.> %  control rr I m nitre the tiUVr prmrlple nd was given a hearty applause by his compatriots and i senators. Mr. Chcner> aid that he followed the cyclists in a taxi with MessiJo nuu o tt Hill and Grant tdos In order to give the boys encouragement and any refneahment they might Final Events •id three -lulling. The prwlous reoord Which ban stmat since 189^ was held by ls:ngla>.> whoai | totallod £57.455. Once again It was an all three ear-old finish. Tulyai beat Gay Time a neck with tho ;Frond. horse Wonlen the Set-ond >n|th and u half away in thin Saga was fourth, three-, %  a length behind UJU %  .nd then came H.V.C *.nd Aibele the Second. n wa .i BjaandflsaaU race lowing four falsa starts. Th* 34 riemih toil Mat De Cogagni seated trouble and when the 'ield gol away she was left M< n-iigths und pulled up after < few strides. When the field settled down Session Hlchards >m le Sage •nade the running with Ziiechrro bias. Zuechfru soon moved up Into %  IIVMOII while I* Safe %  I I U r( Worderi the Second •Jwayi going well. Le Sage and Gay Time continued to lead into the straight %  here Tulyar was going very up his gallop than two njrlotua fron ul it was clear that his Gay Time and Tulyar were going lo prove too good for him. thrilling race over furlong and a half Tulyar and Gay Time and Tulyar always hist ;golng ."-at race 1 %  %  < % %  .'"I i .,m.-..Un To CharlieSmirke who wasted down to njjht stones, six pounds, and then rode the race of his life must go the first honours for, •his was a superb feat of endurance on th* part of the rider Sympathy must sy> to Lester, I'fgg'Ht on Gay Tim* who camel %¡ near to winning this great the second successive Listening Houn of cash transactions, profits in relation to th* -.prut m Ihe II Ktore sad fixed dividend have all been explained lo you or will h %  explained to you by la* Cooperative* Officer, but 1 though! I wnuld mention .mil stu-I! • 1" i.di' %  in un *Utea that It Is me rnonr) Ihst matters. It has been proved iyi In his own sctv H thlni t*-t • rest Till yoa and v ..ui bettei be I .i i repeal pportunil day i ed with But II i to start nd in humanity. i i For all tho fcsaa ,, Qroiip wiu, uir v. T*a cmoi tempt m To livr npUUeiM no> "or blcswd at* p*|MHl*r> Btass 1 Tn lai 11^ kill -..,-, Willi '•>' |*n WU i %  %  ;l • %  <• eoi ..(I i....,,. ., %  *K.I da* with Jan (of two Spark!; ftBNCS Fi • think: in the morning utt mciit.illy and pS>-sical!y. It clou dcanaesand retrcshes the mouth, Mnrtoms oi bvexishn no harsh pur sitivcv Ii u i;on lul'i' loiinuv i %  ' for ddkatc tton invalids. Reaj foaa lmn Sib Eno's Fruit Salt' Oa eraaias •ai.t i tfou nSSai %  > I l %  %  %  %  %  -l-f 1(1/1. Hi i OHM DI II IBBBGI C *H W -HiN. m K HI uaal us, aiiiiirs\sss, iMnlilMlllN. MS. SPECIAL CASH OFFER ! Yi il R OPPQRTDN A THF woRi.n I %  %  oinurrtoarla OnaH sponsored by PHILLIPS BICYCLES Supreme Model i.l Ms s|\M>\|(|l IJRKE.S 7*0ll ..IMS sl\M>\K|i ftl.Af'K $70.0H R ll.. 75.0 < MlKIMts SR3 00 BOl s A GIRLS' SMI in. BARBADOS IIAKIlM/iKF, 00. LID. I Ihe II.i M II Swan Streel to be %  fuelled be atise I I .iken place between thr |Klic* mil the soldiers when stones one side and pistol ? shots by the other Disordr have needed. All along, they confusion reigned supreme among : saw cyclists from the Dominican 1 ir 'lense thousands who thronged HepuMii ad PrenCfl Guiana the Savannah, and the off 1 .-. %  ras eircumecrignlsed that it would be hope, stances. !•• *o attempt to complete the Tt programme. Had Spills Mr. Chanery at this stage men%  d that Torrential rain had Two at Guiancse f a ii.-n boftra nd during the proi-ceived bad spills Just Eri t of the sports, rendering the about the same spot where Skintrack t-eaeherous. ner had his burst tyre snd on* of He said that thev were welcomthem had to be taken to hospital ad l,v 'he Mayor of Scho*Icher and with a badly damaged chest. .> f ( ,rt de Tranr.wi'h "The Guadeloupe cyclists are p **ehes in the Town Hall .if admittedly t*e champion cyclists their respective districts to which of that are,i and this fact is even Vie replied ,-, Inrenct On behalf of Ifartt at 1 He was privileged to i on '.he Op, farewell performance of I these were confined to the wason ana he enjoyed th* young Martinique cyclists and selections of 'The Barber of others were open to the visiting Seville." "Werther Lakme." teams. -die La Toaca" and The r -nd BrathwalteMerrv Widow" %  •" 4 In for ThCi %  if.11 Hasir. 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    PAC.F SIX I ND >\ U1VOI XTI si Ml\y. Jl'I.Y JO. 1932 1. KLIM ii p.... ..i. -m 2. KLIM bc-p. witkeat raffiaarafla. 3. KLIM qaelity b alw.yt a.lforM 4. KLIM I* aiC.Haat for growls* childraa 5. K1.IM aedi nauriiaiaaal ta caakaa altaa. j KLBM is recommended for i; ant feeding Ol CQUfW *< U j-it ihe bnest, pores. """I rnoW nouridUDf milk fM yOUf baby. KLIM gives .1 il |i mi more. U IM gaUfe is Al WAYS pure, fully oouriib. i ... in Hmm Thai's hy it if retffgntlfil b> duel ir. . preferred by mothers. KLIM ii sofa i*• ipMM^-iM *%  LIM h produced aador tlrictatt coatrol ,Efl 25: MILK HIST IN KIIFHENCI tMt WOULD 0II What Makes A First Class Secret Agen t B) BTANLB1 MOflfl I tuthof el in MH BJ MooaUcM") I man-imurdar lollowing her death f nor i us. or %  icni. UM %  rcli Ion %  Bhe i pi an inmachine-gun nest when armed parly or social only with a handful of bricks). even if you asked and so is hit cous-n -line Cranvllle* closest %  inly if .end. n hose entire famUj %  rmam, Durtni %  %  !XKlt 111 : . oily c Ju>I A Smile If in .'.: gad h>r | .. • %  If"' ''• %  Ilk! Dim, lib about her %  %  i %  H from no i %  >ar. her estates^ Ii I on (1 seated and she found *> Two actresses rmoke a hoUday oW in deference to a principle THE IMPORTANCE D*~l OF BEING : Harold c^ MOTHER P EGGY ASHCROFT maintains her strict rule: the stage must not Interfere with home life. "Home" means husband. Jeremy Hutchlcson, barrister, and two children—11-year-old Eliza, UM roman-tc Mad 't-bia rear's Ed!it)aiall raktltai TIM producuan Christopher Hawaii'verae-play s*ou* Pawn WaTbrck The roV: a Scottish noblewoman TV—wfcy mrnl UM TV piay to bo TOtTf*'* UP fOr UM t^oD-ton -\*4K— u-at paycnouf> cal Uu-Uler calfcd Night ot UM Fourth. Lee Iptiraim is oringIng actor Paul Lokaa from Hollywood to star in ItDo you remember LO W S Hunawrtan-oon.. suave, enigmatic 7 UP nas not been on tne screen recently. Out that because be waa busy DCID UM Broadway leading man ot Can Me Madam Tnla Is out case where a Hollywood actor is not taking a London pan onij because be Is out of a local iota Why were theatrical manage" ever afraid of TV t It u fast becoming their happiest nuntmg ground tor now piaya Viewers seem Quite ready to nave a second look at a good 1 .• .. debt which we I I I people who live in thousands smimi us any open-handtd gesture of friend I jobless tn I>>II<1<<: :"ing moment for such %  made by ever" cepttoni't ot a W lul lA-rsun iii the land. than to lake advant.n:Office or similar posts which many Frlendi and admirer* to secure for her. /t ralh irtime accomplishJ. -a.. BSPSffi? ..soft, lustrous handsome and healthy Yam, when You HrvkTcem your bair. you notice at once how lustrous • | Inimi || ItphsOSd by a gbiss and vitality tlvut put you rn: II Vou fed bsoeg because you /w* smarter; you fci man ,i know your hair will rcm-iin wcll-gi.'-ti'i.a %  h the day, Dar^oni % %  —*" %  -— mid lasting hair liealtli — thai", the JouHt txrrefu of Brykreem. And the pure oils ^^^ ID Hiv!.f ( .m .f. .iiKiI-iiu-d Hw tmm grwming — you hur without e Masaagv your Mil with DnlCKCtt and %  how it tones up the scalp and Ghcdtt I>anJruIf. Chec:k up on your spn.srancc — Bryl-Tccm your hair I 2£awS5?-! JBLEBEN Ef PHOSFERINE in cases of WEAKNESS... PHOSFERINE b a wooderftd ionic lor the WCtk and ailing, the convalescent and the rundown. f. %  *— • in vases of LASSITUDE... attgll < %  tsM nervous lystcm. caused i.crwork, dillicullict or worry J PHOSFF.R1NE. ^OSFERlN 1 \£I in cases of DEBILITY... PHOSI IKINE restores the appetite, sttcngthem the nerves, puts back the a so badly need. \w" i a in cases of >f NERVOUSNESS... raOSFBRINB bdn >"u to take ii jnj ditlKulties of hie. I ;L;IJ urTablct form. i droptaqnal i Tablm. TAI.KINC. POINT occurs to >ie that if Ihe co'.. : >le who ) 1'iinps.—Leaeock t 'THE PRETTIEST VISITOR' WONT OVER-EAT . EVEN FOR MR. CABLE |,'N<;i.AND'S prettiest *Ltltor." Mr. Frne-rt Bevin 3 her—and it was not Just diplomatic eourtrny ValenM aomt time aoo. It tt fico swsvri nw Hiss Va/e-Mfca's Itut picture -Three Men and a GiW -• OiUUrd no public ahnwtng no* yet been flied. Surh a pretty fare: but perhaps yeu till grossn a aeeny hit OH Ihr plump side dear?" Paula's best friends luntpd ssseell*. She r.mld lake i nil ; last week returned Irnm a visit to her surgeon busband in H^cdad. itppisa •!•• "•%  •• a-u—-nlrn n %  I down n a year ago. Last niKht Miss Aalrnsk* learned that -he has lost a part with (lark (.able In h|. Ilrsl llnii-h pkture—unl.-s-J.r r..n pm %  " 2l la a fertnlKht. The* wanted her to be a Russian peasant siM —^— re-:ii-i (table from the se..; a ven among clod t umcicnt indication of her stubit confronted Ly a Gestnp. torturer. ;.nd ;n unusuur UUDJ In piesent--l.iv spies and .urn!' Li-i great beauty of face and figure thoroughly aqulpptd T for this most pcrilnAi llul Ihere Is another ptunt jbout her which I think we would do ell to eolisldei. for al Ihis coun|Q dflVtiOp <-onvenianUy short memories of orslwhlle aiUea, Chrlatliu Oranville wag a Pole. The Yaltg ''-"I '-'ken • m she p;n."huted into Prance. She knew that her country had been sold to Russia and lhat she herself would not only line. If I write nbout cricket kindly stand on their head: be unable to return Ibire but pt KIIH-.ll to my uie>tion %  bout undwr Ihe headline 'Proinising they are not doing So aim tlao be oeprtved "I •varya people who budd houses for He** Bowlar" nany will turn Prwlnoie: What on tari thing that she had sttiven ami th, in elv., arith the slow daUv ••', es|KH-i:illy those who d'vou t;Uking about? fought for. ere.1 m luu ,.: But If 1 nvo my Myself: Time will IA.,1 nn ttara aatt in Etul'a utv aia—navo done a deal M Aslicroft. after Hv mon'.lis :n London's 0'iict.i s*raight-plav mi. The Deep U!ue Sea. wanta a five-ween holiday octfinning in Auaust The management still want a top s.ar—so that hollday-iime does noi become slump-time Accordingly. Mtss Johnson has agreM that the two famUiea' Mimmer hoUdavs should be staggered Uiu vaar—and she will lake over in the HattUan DM( month I i are sufficiently alike tn jramauc stature for the %  -• to be oa.nlea* to UM oubllc—and Mr Ratugan. Celia Johnson -noud male the inoM distinguished "stand-in "of recent year* Paggy Aslicrott. ol court* b prepared to do UM same for her friend if asked. The nible irttacct She began hare two years a*o with a caoare; flop; blossomed low a top-ran* star ol musical comedy: ta now wind.ng up with cabaret again three ume* tne artisi she was at the oegnuiing We :ra:n our ait racy e .ounf VUutora well don't we? Miss Wilson thinks so; she hopes she -_s now ready for Broadway, alth a Wast End polish. . M. arrival A On iin way t*aek to w I. o n d o %  America-* Dolores Gray. She Orougnt us laleni and personality oo ner first visit, in return we gave air the reputauoo— and a oasspor to Broadway iiicceaa Now I fspec: to aee our Afinie Oet Yoiif Gun giri toppins :n bill at the Palladium :irob.ir:y nexi monu. Misa Oray wants U> go '.here: Ur Parnell would ,.j Money alone has oven sanding oe:een them Iver tihot Danny Kayes UOOO a week terms oeiame Known o:her ABMncaO .^ars nave been afraid Uieir luiure maraei value on Broadway will be as.-e.ved ov ihe widUi-of-eaD oeiween UM Kaye salary and their own. narg oeen comoromlsea in manv cases But thev nave to be top secret compromises: Broadway managers must never know At least that is what the American stars hope. What a WORLD COPYRKIHl ltKsi:itVEU lo-lo' %  te-Has What's Cooking In The Kitchen I.OBKTKK AND CRABS l % %  > %  i. : or Crab a L'Americninc This Is a French recipe for cook• 1 garlic, and a bit of thyme, for i few minutes. Add the lobster cut in pieces and let it cook slowly for about 10 or more minutes. Add the rum or while wine (if put white wine you need llrrr |. the i ,i.--i < rnga Nrv. Vork. Il | erlnohnr uiih Cupid'-i ho* inn •nlng. The i.Uior the model Rings .mil l.u.rknnt'.. OsSea ;.rs'tn iciia. ing lobster Ive tried it -with fbout 1 glass if you use rum DUt •all and il was quite sue>)Add 1 or 2 toblespoonfu s cessful In Prance they kill the of tomato paste, 1 pinch Of salt by euttlnj it alive and J-'" 1 PePP" a "d *omt water and h pnet Ozanne put the ' <**>* 8 J ow, 3 r for an, house out paragraph the hejdluie "Mny", of lumps Of processed gristle Knifes Vegetarian." or "Orlopus C h |'> 'v.-'IW Um* f-.lIN II wnteneo she hid nothine magquei M I TciTOtl* ... eviiiosilv )f lowing the • JlUTt^J^Xu ii* &*guBei3S lose, find >.t she Wfi) not for a hakeI I'ihmv SI. lilulew nj with ,, llt /\NK ot the %  afH'' -' Milking Tii rnUfcmald caata." W( n .. sort of thini; -. _._ n utler. Salt, Peplumnt, without giving way to DO r, l glass gf cream, Rico f th. bitter regret cut alive, this CardtOnion. Graled cheese. Egg yolknul or the acas. j, Swii t vermouth or rum. PfjpIt you reel like cutting a lobster P-"iilive try it but 1 think it would Cook one big lobster by putting ... .. be quite difficult as the Barbadian tt in hot water when still alive ~l lebster is not a lobster in the and very much kicking. When proper lenaa of the word but a cooked let It get cold, then lako Anyhow this is -he •• oul f ">e shell and cut the recipe meat in small pieces about i inch For 6 persons: 2 lbs of lobsler thick. Put n saucepan, on 'he ilro • i 11 %  : I lUve on, Onion I. Celery, wi h som? butter then add the • Carrot Oorllc, Thyme, Rum or pieces of lobster meat and season white wine. Tomato paste 1 or 2 v ,h s "'t and pepper. Pour the t:it.les|M>onfuls. Pepper and salt. sl*ss of cream and let everything h 'i-ntini lirSButtar Shipped parsloy l table< %  >" ^"'b """1 Uw cream will .';..., .I^. "poonful, Ni.e been reduced to half. Cook l ma oil in u saucepan, fry 'he^ rice separately, fry the ohfontar um I Lit vl I pfflOCW, Mimsic SIop' %  ned A f > %  She continued ""*._Pg ff ; usages „,, „ wauillu mtmv „ main batllefnmt went r| lllt| ,. (1(I1S f| ,, rn Sl ,„, rnlgUtr* ,. ..uirtut intend,-,! f., r a |^|i. . Obrlousti/ Sloopetl's ''' u>l "> Umg afier it was known t/.a And ul| nrnbllloiu y OU „j. sculptor horse. Then g n al cneers been laklrip Sntbbo. Another Poland s cause had been sacrltlci.t (n ^ Comlah hamlet of -s her ears war* poked thronrh brauip. a real Sntbbsfer of a iK ir COmm ,n H m hI "' TiehUtheroe-in-PoinbH',, irv. ,1 Usg bob s .,( UM side of the hat. pSUwrfl, Pirpp WSM right bark chic bl olliei iillu|( ^ (|f Mr Humph,, willuu; lufUUl (rffercd bcr a on. his heels. Bo*W Ibe r. Um I COfnat i.Uemlrd I C.irmval lun.li £?• J" %  hi J),metnoe. .itiTi-Vl 'in a small "' l1 "' " %  new ] labboT PWp MM fo given by the Mayor of Pibney St. '. p p ? ..sum.mt wi* i PudsUna which com u))( „ ulea from A few stern words from Count il lor time builder and decoratoi Wi.. Madagascar, lint thai waa art, N "'" M end ta the bu ml been said was thai In. .mi Utwrafova ta aa lean] as the wdy amuolng bMUaat in a dull sm.ill-tinie builder ,ITHI Sl | .'-> i,,nee of ay. major of the Carpal toopi T who holds not i Military Cross bul was alSO twice awarded the Virtuti Militarj, the Polis.li e-mivalent of the Victoria Cross. Our lchl LUDWIQ POPIKL i%  ii.ni.t He is one of UM bTOVt I m nil evai met ine of'th* likoroVitus. "The ribbons "of "her"dia"nt,ar lhl l,re .' or "bout 5 minutes prip GnjrliTflfcs he's tcearinp. niante surcoat got into the soup, l ntl1 " t ut 'h p Pieces of rocker bu .Slogyclt. That hurt a banquet "Is that Homer TChay'* bster 00 the rice. Take the PepPj 'pan In which you have can almost see Sniobo coming went into roars of laughter. Mlmtooked the lobster, break three offer him . now he's on the sle. disconcerted, bit heartily on a > ol ks of eggs in it and add sweet ropes and Snibbo, I mean Sloglobster-claw and fractured a vermouth or rum. Put the saucegctl. is hammering him; he's dou'n.' tooth. As had been anticipated, P an "ear the lire or on the fire. The referee's *topi>ed the ; ( Mr. Wallgrove drank too deeply Mix well and stir and you'll see d the mama* is of the heady wine of France and that the snuce will b-.comc quite 1 homes on such occasions. itrai In reefer began to sing "Oh, girls, I'm a devil thick. Add then a few pieces of for fruit, what, what, what'" durbutler always stirring and finish ing the Mayor's speech. Mimsie With a bll of pepper. Pour "on cocktail glanced at her neighbour, Major the lobster and rice and s rve hot. a, • oiiii.iL.-., H-I.-II.-I ain.ni..ii f.i.m .III,JI iin ""'-III .nil. in*.iMIil a HI' Hill. I .i (iwnets "f jrtfhrt, Wllr ., facecloth -km ..f Scimdrell. and said primly: "Tck. This recipe is quite good with ,i In a %  OKIUHMIBI l„. „l. l-..iLiSa.I.iiilt ,ii.siih> fli.u'ii u. i h .^ %  _., i IJ_J i.i_ ._i_ ._u L. ... r ^ %  "" M< ttn nptuiina .. Qcnnar habll ol u houaaa built upatda down will eamej-ochre orpanza braided with tck. tck.'' crab to s^<^<^e*o<5o w^J^ W ATI In Paria, Lorulon, New York ... lovdljwomen choose UNIVERSAL Dip Or bruih for pot.ti-e protection ifaimt White Cty'd Tdl Ants, Borers. Rot ind Fung< Punt or poldb oer treated wood. No odogr. No fire-r>k. %  aqvaswaaoai ECONOMICAL —Highly concentrued.— lives cirraje^when" diluted tor uic — joei furthe' and COitl leii. %  • PERMANENT—Cannot wJih-out or eviponte.'* Combines with the fibre*, toughen* the timber jnj mjke*_itJire-reiiHinu perminent protecnon Atlot f'cicvot .e Co. ltd.. Eritn Kent i^taglond Detai'i oiciloblt from %  H. JASON JONES a CO. LTD., P.O. Box 141, B.rbidcn. THE GRFATEST OF ALL TONICS JOR? PrP JO^^ JOf^ \\^r;;&$\ W^'t^g^ illirflllB. %  and lean i Of beaiHifuilv blended in ihadr* to il.ut-r all (olounngs, the bpuh k that lasts and lasts. i H | aTejtn I E-at, fo Bo. Iff, ..% THE F.'.SH ON SHOES WITH CHOICE OF WIOTHFITTINOI WIilawa uliX *<•• so~.ru: lagawj S M S.IW K Ce, BwkMot.



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    SI KDA1 PI i\ in, IMI Sl\l)\l VitVIMATl r .vr..s • •••••* THE WRONG BABY: Would you have given him up? The* lag Hi,f u n nary (only now ui-alldbUfor the first lime/ o/ the mother whole twin* were Not till thru werr nearly yean old VIM the error established— and then the dertsto And %  rhrr herself Mri Afarfelei As for me t he decision was but 7 years of my life went with him M TftM* bow*—Paul Phtitpp>\ MM fnuol—were born noon: fie same rime i* u Saw. hot intrnl to 'iro gsatAers. Philippe i.'trf gTrisffi vrrr firm.Paul '-Wonaed to * other mother fly a mUutfes mtalal.v Iff flrtm Wch.iJ. Paul 'the wrong '•ubyi went with Philippe as a IWtm, while tmttU, Pliiltptr %  '-it to the other moth'T Madame X. I Y husband, in spile ol all advice. %  see Madame X. the person whom I was now certain had brought i|> ihe true twin brother "! my son Philippe. Nothing could cunvincM;id;ime X—not even the tact that the hospital cards were corrected the fulluwlnu iiiorntna after the children's birth My liusOaiid returned reporting Deadlock Meantime the cure ol my .ocal church paid me a visit I confessed my wretchedness lie looked surprised %  But there is no shaao* ot Joulit as io *hai trou ought 10 Ho. Follow UM laws ol iiiiuc CUHjue uo iTo each his own i :<-proach -ou lor ool having given him oack to his mother but he i-ould never "lame you tl you i. tack todav.* At this Doini we nked oui to nppr.iiwn n magL* •rate requ<",iin ofncialtv that 1 X's Dov Ernstli be •-xatmned imm^niclv oy ihe loctora along with our %  .. "Oiklren Ttie mi|iflrtir .agreed. Madame X was lold ihnt noe must submit her rhltd for ''umlniivon. Madame X's lawier noucver •lad other vlew> He dec nd Intolligont Ol'HER WISE life w went on as If everything were normal The ehll. %  Paul was intelligent, but i.tile lazy. So everv mornmn nacoffi Da a* oui MI ono gave htm u little lemon in writing and when it wa* nntah--d slipped a -en eeri-unes plecm his purae At. the end of each month I'aul could .tpeno -he n lie liked The fin". "hinR ne oougni aw* .i trumpet He arrived h mn %  lid imunpaaM Do vou know who 1 mei coming our of the %  vou r 1 asked "No she unlv in A week laiei Uadl lawyei 'i i. CUani fid changed Her mind mid -greed \o lubmit nersrlt with her child to ordered m hi BMI I shall proban.% nan what made her chanite net m;nd but. as human actions are controlled by such ilendei threads 1 often th,nk >l m> tl this one tare-: I X-rays. : d ii'V li.i'e I tiLmpse 0! Mrta he rfi h %  oe nece*arv (• ... n Geneva f' jt> %  %  explain letch i %  i v rmrtM 'he *-nlence without a trace %  >! -dAnd vou \ lnif' ".' In tears W look -ne tram to en Profassoi Pranebc ch celebra'ed speclahst n who was io make the motl %  %  %  u • |an • %  >t %  Place ol mine." 'i c HI I gn to MadaiM Panl a*k>d. %  '! %  Mrs HUafM Jin At that moment I underwood . bov waa loat to me nusi mothers who XT'* noa ,.". %  cniel child ean be *m understand iw 1 leli Ki 'h-n Doctors Yat B i f %  -:e5 me : % %  ". ana Hamart• i*< I r ; %  tOm tornprvxi: that 11 .' > i tuldii'ii ,. ( on %  %  iiuno I'hiiima .' .. *?Thr judge mueo an oidei lot unge chiidrai The exchange i: wa.i decided ba made with Having to meet Madame X The .'tend io At two o'clock in noon cue n: (M" •' 0 '"Ome lor Paul while the Qtnei woflld %  ', Ki ii.Hi I remi'itiiM-r ui.iimua inm only 13 daya now rm.m"d With him would go *wn veam 4 inlit.' I don'i gno* no* wncn *al lie stronger emoi.on p ;.u ran! or io i rrlval. AH l re. lor Paul. The itiuarion w.imade DO %  ii. | ,i |< i hi •he ? She lows you ani would be wry sad if you die want to K>. and see her/' in a Child' ild's mannar .ud.ilit In %  ro n> nted lavs—one momh with ner >u il months with vm—alwa^ 1 ' T '" ^ piviend. 1 it .ijrr-' T*r DhUd OH All over r QUf rvT.1l I9tt I %  >u *on -* unlmppv i I and -end vou tl aI ]as> had tune to ft i-'velV unlM wave si W hand n iimnd head looking %  I had iu.il made %  Seveii .. %  ars IbU %  ome %  .. a anil n\ n.urh hBDpineM too 1 liad 1 %  •' niir The | own Mm wl o\ a n.< III.I %  %  r nornlna Ernm alm Alvl l>..a . her look him ip'l and -hey went oft %  nurserr. I.it, ,tih their i %  in nt her t d Enprean Serv!** THOUGH the Duke of Edinburgh will bo at the Olympic Games in Helsinki during ihe ilrst part of Cowes Week, he plans, towards Ihe end of the regatta, io spend IWo days sailing. It is expected that the Queen will accompany him on one day ..t least. There are races each day in which Ihe Duke could compete IClM Cvweslip. and thi> lhangon-class Bluebottle, whlofa he owns jointly arHa tha Quaao. Sn VYadarfek Browning, treasurer to the Duke, brings his new se'f-designed yacht Jeaame d Are from Cornwall Io Cowe about the middle of next month. The Queen and the Duke miv stay aboard her. But thera Ii also a suggestion that In headquarters of the Royal Yacht %  should be placed nt nosal. Hard to Sell IN bualnaa tha Bar) of DudThe Duke Will Be There ley has always had the goldci touch. He became one of Bril aln's foremost steel men, ca-he.i in when the Industry wa. nationalised, but still remain* n ehalrman of his main comp.it.> Even his roo flourished afiei people said it would flop. Rut the earl's record is beim. marred. He is rinding It hanl I setl his former Geor' country home, Ednam Lodge, at Sunnlngdalc. which he bought for around £SO,000 In 1938. Mr. Uninvited MEET a yoang man who i causing considerable commen in society by waging what hi calls "a private campaign ugalnst social pomposity." 'It consists," says 23-year-ol I Francis Hndwen. "of going t i parties whetrter Invited or n v and making them go." BIT WIIFKK IIF AND TlIK tll'KKN WILL STAY IS NOT YET CKKTAIN My KlllK.tlM IMKIH AMI I Mr. lladweii, who p % %  Iwllvi ii -in Mi Limiclidl nig nun lor his >civ..i honorary secretary, says; "lui--fccson the bacxfclor lists lor London debutante partiea .iced ug. 1 have insinuated I i into two-thirds of tbt parties I have attended." At on*big dance he arrived uninvited" in a mask of htephj ti>|iheles. bright vermilion silk pffjamu and a sait.i ilrossmg gown. His three companions wore pig. Uxard, and deer masks. I KNOW few people with I Modest Tipster greater passion for racing thi Fuikc Wulwyn and Mi Catherine do TratTord, who marry In London this week. W.Jwyn won the G r a n J National as an amateur Reynoldstown In 1W6 Sev. i serious falls could not atop him riding. Now he is a leading steeplechase trainer, with null of ivitothf Paget's horses at hU L->mboum (Berks) stables. A mettcipy.os worker who rises with his stable lads, he dWlke parties, but entertains a lot si Klowers are his hobby he has one of the most beautiful walled ir*rden in the co on tr y Miss do Trafford, daughter <>' Sir Humphrey, a Jockey Club steward, is a Qrst-iata tipster. particularly "n staeplaoha^ing. though she claims to know lew 1 ID Hat lacing, (irnml lintel AT lunch in the gn. .ii..I Holer 1 tl.. %  ibka R*at <>iid mannger lailgl. Vrtm lioura later the> arm % % % %  beik. The foyer was a mlrrocown of London lam '1'iwdrd. cosmopolllmi iiinciuv .if the fu on HIS .mil at Just now the nue.t U't reads like fabukMi Who'a Who, rnnglntr fn %  ing gum mOUonaliv Philio Wrigley and tni>t"i magnate 181 in Art ni and Douifi.. Si ndor, w h '• i' i ouaty guard* In hi* unlnlshed pnrtrnlt of the %  Spend an hour m In the next scat a cont< i h Bannj Holds his gold-rinun' d > turned, (tnum coodoetor Frani" Capuano fusses ovct i mije trunk to be loaded on loir FOR WOMEN ONLY !! Mil \\ xrniuu i.,,. !" .u iwMii IIIIM IVBM iraan U .TB Ml nil >\ ; • • Hi.Mil HI I I IVondrrfiil' Ju. Wonderful' Oh Hakv \'"u ran Safely Kin M. \ I : I fluid .ill unptean AMI'LEX (uticur a X^ TALCUM ** to II! tprnatJ iboul kids : si KUBB' Horei | %  PA nh %  ii know, pals, there' si'A rOOTHBRl'SLH \ ti me, SPA MIII the TIIBBY lliyah, i %  up with unt cooking odour I i l.eeps u VIKtMt K A %  %  %  : .mi timiKh N('WlMAVt) WG WORKING MARRIED! %  -• % %  In F.uniK Planninj iBLLe-FOAM i .. %  %  i inUM ol UtOM M httd IIK.N i %  I. >\ll ii \ii i IMII\<, IN I,I, QA4J i Ol ITgfN' H Baby D in s \ n irri.t Ol ITOOOvl UUM GMFI \TEK %  WOODVI \KIIN reams* WOODM \Kls AGAIN, ii.. .' % %  %  cm MM i And i -i vn -i IIK nrwn BI.OMX I —nANinmx AUMHB <>n ^II\MI" POT I IMINf. II >1 I'M NfM M III Mil \H .11 Sprinkda I '" %  ,l;l %  '• .mi by UM V. %  Aan wn ,'.. ,i | %  ipnl IMI RNATIONAL imADING (" I'Olt \||4I\ I Ml *zv. --.-.-. GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH CERT. aaaa.ata>Vn ioU U...... %  % %  • %  r -s* n-. • uBH^'-n 'n*>oa>(' n !',..-' M A ii'T.'n ..'.. daJ i-. Dl 1 WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD i^? "IT'S SUCH A RELIEF TO HAVE NO TROUBLE WITH TEETHING" Try giving yur liaby A-titon A Parsons Infants' Powd.r-. irUoh .ire uinnIi-rlulK soothing at terthing time III.-, Paw dan eaure regular eas> motiooa, pn.m .t. r.-ilnl -Ir.p. and a-e ahsoluteJy SAFE I ASHTON & PARSONS I\TA\TS POWDERS %  %  %  %  %  %  ssss*ss.:vs.:v.:::::::--::::::-ss.:::::::::: ,v/.v//.VAW/AW'- ST. VINI EXT CaVEBTfWEIVr AIHWAVS "llhll S III III I I Uf. 1033 Selling Up Ninhts Makes Men Old %  %  %  %  i a dlaeaa-..ih-1 % %  (. i' %  ml %  %  |Un Ml right, ratterla-orat. ,o,„ >V^. i.lnn.l -...I n %  •raa :..i . (a ar.> U ntr "-i n.H.-k.Ok Foot Itch Healed in 3 Days ,. .1,1 %  -t,. itaUag m % % %  •••I aHul.1^ Nixoderm a* fr Sain Traufelri. "TIRED" SK gaaa ^i r*s%  llatAyU aniaufi Wkafh* hMctica*. rlirumatK' paana. duhahpal ••! e* that 'Lfd-vUT )r*lm(. TK.li itM-limrtorrf .a4ie IMd • K.dn, M. IWd %  bci „ k.Uf.1 la . nf I II pUlntv II Li anegaall-.i .1M .. %  Ilou-. HTfrU. Ilrivinji Madr III] I lrivin^ Mailr hq :.i tiughMld. And In lUrli ni demand for property trained driver*. CO to njieterit iv be had If ra trail llll H\III:\IHI\ Ml liKIVIM. Sllloni I >ir.i| ta-dai mil drive Hull \ II U o I nr I'-irltmlar. Phone !9H Mr I'KI BTON < it IM e o !>


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    PACT an • I Mill UIVOCATE SUNDAY, JULY 2U. 1932 1. KLIM i. P.... 1.1. nllt 2. KLIM bi-pi witfco.t rvlriq.ratiM 3. KLIM qyo'.My I. .!..,• %  *** %  4. KLIM U ..oil*.! Mwillghl > r.najliahrnan !" lied murder followmn her death. ffcrson wh< nta, or %  %  l %  hauwlfui of hacks | function, and even if you asked and so is his couun. a/I her to your home she we* mly if %  . | i I TlUicouui who IMI il> %  • % %  I %  • r.nam, Duxlng tl thlN (till coming .i !--ui h. i %  extremely aeJust A Smile % % %  Major %  > witrk dum %  %  pk who non| us aan-feandf damp and : and aha tound herself ncknu Ptrl .tins moment fur lush %  hotel n %  %  ill person in U %  I M.KIM. POINT /I rather occurs to me that it %  rfi eemmtmptmc* P-OIMV a*fw In finnus l.c.icock • Tw ecfreiiei hoJrdor daw/ ' oWerenee to a principle . 'THE PRETTIEST VISITOR* WON'T OVER-EAT . EVEN FOR MR. GABLE THE IMPORTANCE • "Tl OF BEING : Harold c^d MOTHER nir.CY ASIICROFT maintains her strict rule: %  the stage must not interfere with home life. "Home" means husband. Jeremy Hutchinson. barrister, and two children—11-year-old Eliza, and six-year%  %  I %• cnojaa Cell* Jahasoa, who Mr dori m \l WAYS mire, fully iliitrti. Taafi -*h> it .. ,<•;• im HM .pociatiy-aaeaad tta KLIM it protfucad melar •trict.tt coated :?,ffl E£ MILK rVf FtRENCE THC WORLD OVfg OnV|,CRttM ..soft, lustrous handsome and healthy Yea, *!-.m mi Bii ki w jous halt, yaw DOOOI UI BSUM how hietmui .replaced by a |l* and vitality il on too! You feel bcUci because you IM* imnrui. know your half will reman. mU-ajoariHU all ihrouch ih day. Day-fang m I using hair health — ihat'a the doM i em, And the pure oil* la B iykrtt B a I fa dttm grooming—you idacM perfectly smart half -ihoui < Massage your batf wuh l'rvkr<-m and sec nine* up the walp and checks I' -tl Check up on your appearance— Brylcrccm your haul j lao.ng ha D r lon g ^.H- BENEfl J I oilincu. •h...fr B RYLCRttM PHOSFERINE in cases of WEAKNESS... PHOSFERINE is a wonderful tonic for ihe weak and ailing, the convalescent and the runv __ down. \ /^ i I %  | ________ ^OSFHSH'Tl \i \ hi casts of in casts of __, LASSITUDE... Wl 1 uc ol ,ho n,r>..„. ,,„ ra cu.i 3 DEBILITY... 7"**>.2'l MII'I i] in coan , ll| NERVOU PHOSI BRINE reiorc the appetite, strengthens the nerve*, puts hack the a vo badly need. NERVOUSNESS... PHOSF1 RJNB helps you to take •nj ditli.uliies of life. AvailaM.U Uajatd Of 1 ablet fort rabarn Kmrst Brvin aallcd rourtety Paula most altrartive js-d to %  %  I Ofnee or similar posts wbJ %  ids and ;idmlrets .ii atoua u> aacur* As for bai would maki •II unparaUe] k written or a film made ntxut %  a till the %  Captured Twi.. %  r.csiupo ai %  %  ills of an When DO man could DO found to cross the CarpathU' ratiiava some secret dot linen) From Poland. Crl Una CranvlM vulto go. Not only did she no. but lonaitd thare AM tlmea and was successful on each occasion. Characteristically, she sought no reward for rv md it wa Ofll] ihrouuh the inter%  essinn of Ihoaa Who •] laded to K George Medal and the OJl I It was not diUlcult to undei was such a brtLUanJ afant Hei noni close Wai %  ufTN-i. i.i Indication of ht bornness if confronted l^ I O tap" torturer, and — an unuauai thinn In present-day %  ; agents—her fnMl DMtlt] ol faCO and figure thoroughly I bai fui this most periloii Hut thenIi anotbei p her which I think wa would do well %  > consider, for .n this COUnii\ tva %  !•<• liable to davalop conv.'i.u-tiilv 'hint memonai of ersl%  villa WHS a Pole. %  I .. I Fi im. %  She knew th;it I %  Id t.i RuacLi .ind that she herself would not only unable to return th.ro but U*l IMI1H! lo my question nbout .ulii also bo deprived of avarjrr paopla who build imuseB for thing that she hud stuven gad thenvelvea with I fought for. %  in liana ol coal, b it logg] t .. %  %  „, I,'-;.„I. build ;i rathai amaUar house out Her Friends of IN ., tntaMt, ~iuhad nothli I %  • ""' %  t '' lo gain, but her life to J • %  Prom rroj loaa, and >* %  aha was nol lot %  nstke^ moment di I Bha continued the rtruggh I uttara oul as the P-.bsh dlvl n enutne imik main battletront went on OfhUng hlpi>e< 1M ; bag lifter it was kM / N ; . '" ,d SSSi.!*S " ,h ''ornlsh hamlet of Sw h !tH. c m banafltol uv .,,. irv It ha' l a, In a an ill '"" "' !" i..-ctrooti %  %  Ughl oapaule time bulldV that was art. lid ".is that tin and therefore is as legal small-tuna builder and decorator British Council performance of was a major of the OnrpatK pier" 1" Lancers who holds not i Parian. British Military Cross but was twice awarded the Virtuii lfur*r rninni-il ill Mtiit.iri. the Poll ,, \' I .1 I I'! %  |^N(il.AND'S prettiest TtaHor." *-* her—and It wa-. not just diplc Valennha. from rraaur, litoked a m Brlttah illma. But that VHU tome ttme ago. It i* two van since i*i Vttfrnska't last pielure -Three Men and a GBi— unu finished, no pubflr jh'iulifr has tfcf '>ee fixed. -Such a pretty fare; but .uhti you hare grorni a een hit on the plump side rt>r?" Paul*^ beil friend-, hmird *erll>. She maid i.ka hint ; la*t week returned from a blt to her ur>ron bushantl in Hxdul. bppux * %  • %  <•••• •• %  !,—nirn w U* down no ir.ir 4> tlrsl llnii-h plrlure—unl.-.~ -Jie ..,n put mi Jit. 1st a fortnight. Thev wanted her In be a Kusslan pea-ant airl i.b-i re--ae~ (...Me frnm Ihe sea: a .asr f..r l>rjn as •ell as beauty %  What. to weeks solid eating In July? prolesU Mlaa V. The Job" nol worth II—not r*en Mr. (.able. Ashcroll's friend. rules her life much the same aiv Pamily cornea Oral: husoanQ aiao named - I'II* s now year-old son. Wlchoiaa Now ihp isro stars—both in the WMI BIMIIS top au—nave done a deal M-s-s Ashcrort. altar Dvc tnontlis :n London's Dtpsasi straight-plav bit. Tlie Deep Blue Sea. *an i a Hve-weea holiday oeRinnlng in Auicust The management still want a top -ar-*o that holiday-lime does noi become slump-time Accordingly. Miss Johnson has agreed :ha: the two families' Miiitmer holidays should be -daggered Urn year—and she a ill take over in Uie Haillgan : %  x riutnih These irr .iimn-nily alike In lramaix stature for the .:. to be natnleas to tlie l Mr Rauigan. Cella Johnson nouid make the % ed %  stiind-m ol recent vear.s Peggy A.vhcroft. of %  iiur.-e i. prepared to do Uie same for lier Iriend if asked. The noble prospect i u aceaaa on acLnsass >_-the romantic lead a', tins i Ed-nburgti Fast 11 at HftMUI's .eni^plM abonl PKla aabJonn TV—k| %  nt ^. ua n iw" !" qiuwd up tor tn pounh Lee Bpbraun la ormctng actor Paai Lafeas fjom Hollywood to star m tt Do you remember Lokaa— Hungarian-Oorn. scare, enigmaitc T He haa not Deeo on tne screen recentiy. but that la txxauae he waa buay l* ln ""* Broadway leading man of Can Me Madam Tnla U one earn where a Hollywood actor is not taking a London pan oniy bacauae ne ta out of a iocai D the way borne aaon: Americas JuUe Wiawn. She began here two years a*o with a cabaret flop; bloaaomeJ into a top-rank star of musical comedy; , now wind;ng up wuti cabaret again three tunes Ue artist she was at the beginning. We :ra:n our attracuve vounc riaitera well, don't ae? Mias Wilson thinks so; she hopes %he is now ready for Broadway, a it h > Went Stnd polish. . Ha art it 11 (>n tba way r*ark ta I undoi: America*s Dolores tiray. She orougM us talent and personaltiy on ner first ffiait, in raturn we gave nei the reputation— ana a oaaaoear LO ii: ida*] n oaai Now I expect lo see our Annie Oet Vout Gun giri toppuig -.tie Palladium irobar:y nest menu. Misa Gray want* to go there: Mr Pmrnell would welcome tone baa been .standing oeiwcen them^ Ever stnoi I>ann> Kayet J-4000 a aeek 'nn oecame Known other ftmaricaa *i-*rs tiaye oeen afraid Upetr future marcet value on Broadwav will be as.e.ssed DV '.-ti-of-gan between the Kaye salary and their own. There have oeen comoromuea In manv casea But ibev nave to be -op ne^rei conipromlsee: Broadway manager.s mu*t never know At least that Is what the American stars hone. What a WORLD COPYftlOHT RISERVBtt Lofo'II.-.K SeralM What's Cooking In The Kitchen fmm Nan reek. Ii is a i rlneliBM i Caplda !• irtm. ining. The nilr of Ibe model : Km;.in 1 I ..M'knirfs. tO*3* .(I'll! SfVltS. BY THE WAY... By Beacncomte, "I"' Our llrlu A N .n.' 1 i It licit) h,i ild U people LUDWIQ POP11 L is this mai lie iv ona of the 1 m.ti 1 have i-vei met • Ii-: # ' '" Thai explains my Im. If | wrlto about cricket in. tr the haadlioe "P i N< %  Bowlar* 1 many will turn Ihoaa who frlaket Hut if i tin haadllna M % %  K ifes Vaajatarlan,* 1 u i .. n !i ! %  need at once Pihiuy SI. Mlw O l in the Milking Tableau donned, by %  • %  I Intandad for n horw. Their veert %  I jHikeil throuih a of the bat. and willing hands offered her a nosebag. The ptxicaa d lruj lot I'f bad taste. ai lorn •sarda fretn Con put an end to tho %  mly arnusing incident In a dull • \nulhvr llmi.-iiiy Prithlvm The four houses irere built back to front because someone nad mistaken l'ic IKHN(* of the compos* (Nexv.i Item.) I AM .ini.i/eil. n.iv. that than ao law 10 i-ompcl paoptO to walk baikwani' into thetr homes on guch i lust i<> ball %  i wtiori HI MiBt upalda down will kindly stand on their head-., if they ore not doing so already. Prodnuie-. What on i you talking about' Myself: Time will revial S N111BO wastes no time following th< Common) %  :, With B few BUggl i. %  casts." We may aooo hear this •Oil Of think'' .. left. Obfioiialu SlooyefCs been (n'.-inu .Snibbo. Another beanfy. a ceql .Snibbsf.r it g punch. Prpp u'"'"i rmht back tin nil heel %  i %  : Pepp saoatg fo %  in gpUa of tna rfcort grip Garterrffcs he* But he's fouji'i. thanks lo Hampton's Bodu-Balsam. Another %  i SlOflgott. That hurt Peppj and he's backing. . You can almost see Sntbbo coming after him . now he's on the ropes and Snibbo, f mean Slogpeff. is hammering him; he's dWn.' The '•/< rrr*i itopp i tit* l\ght and fhr ipiftm r II Mbbol W EARING an anthracite-grey strapless reefer cocktail lackei. with a facecloth ririrl ol ramei-ochre or/anza braided with LOBSTER AND CRABS l-ohster or Crab a L'Americaine Prancfa neipe for cooking lobster. I've tried it -with craba as well and It waa quite successful. In France they kill the by cutting it alive and tba Preach pott Ottawa pal DM i cutting like thtg; PfSSSaB un beau homatd. pun mi '-PC Peat quelquei %  .'i.i .i nsaWi % %  '•" Mlaatfrtr a dei regret* Drcoupe* lotii vivant ce Cardinal de* datlon ;Take a beautiful lobster, then put your llriu hand mi Its shell and even though it lumps, without giving way to MUM regret cut alivo this Cardinal ni tho aeas. It you no] like cutting a lobster it but I thmk n would bo quits difficult as the Barbadian not a lobster in tho mas of (he) word but it crayflah. Anyhow this is the For 6 persons: 2 lbs of lobster or crab. Olive oil, Onicn I c.l.tv ] Carrot Qarlic, Thyrno, Hum or white wlnt, Ttomato paste l or 2 lableepooniuU, Pepper and salt, Buttei Chipped parsley i lablopi nl : Put I In a Mucapan, i ( ; ol th. chipped onion %  bit ol w lot | .. bit 11 earrot, a tiny piecechic blue raripofre. Mimsie Slopeorner attended a Carnival luiuh uiven by th, M.i>.r of Pibney St. Vitus. The ribbons of her diamante %  urooat not into the soup. and .-en wrung dry by a J.P. who quoted .i passage of Homer about I "Is that Hon yam?" asked Mimsie. The table went hltO roars of laughter. Mimsie. disconcerted, bit heartily on a lobster-claw and fractured a toott As had been anticipated. a -Mr. Wallgrove drank too deeply of the heady wine of France and began to sing "Oh. girls, I'm a devil for fruit, what, what, what'" during the Mayor's speech. Mimsie glanced at her neighbour, Major Scoundrell, and said primly: "Tck, tck. tck." %  1 garlic, and a bit of thyme, for i few minutes. Add the lobster cut in pieces and let It cook slowly for about 10 or more minutes. Add the rum or white wine (If you put white wine you need about 1 glass. If you use rum put less). Add 1 or 2 tablespoonfuIs of tomato paste. 1 pinch of salt and pepper and some water and ( llpoity for another quarter of an hour in a saucepan. You must cover the saucepan. When reaily take live puces of •• %  i ut sieve the sauce and pour it over the lobster and finish all with some pieces of butter and ihe clipped parsley. If you eook the crab you can't sieve the IhS crab meat is not like %  tar's Lobster With Cream A big lobster. Butter, Salt, Popper. I glass of en I. [ i.rated cheese. Egg yolks :i. Bweet vermouth or rum. Pep. par, Cook one big lobster by putting it in hoi water when still alive and very much kicking. When cooked lei it gel cold, then tako it out of the shell nnd cut the meat in small pieces about a inch thick. Put a saucepan, on 'he fire wl'h soml utter then add the pieces of lobster meat and season with salt and pepper. Pour the. glass ..f cream and let everything COOk gently until the cream will reduced to half. Cook i e]y. fry the chipped onion m some man butter or margarine, add the grated cheese and add this sauce to tha rlet. Butter .i pyrtx dish, put tne race around th^ walls nnd on the bottom, press it with your hand to the pyrex dish and let it stay near the tire for about 5 minutes l ntil it is tpjlte ilrm. Take u eut ttl the pym dish or lin and | -it it on j dishPut the pieces of kbster on the rice. Take Die saucepan in which you have cooked the lobster, break three yolks of eggs in it and add sweet vermouth or rum. Put the saucepan near the fire or on the fire Mix well and stir and you'll see that the sauce will bicomc quite thick. Add then a few | butter always stirring and finish with a bit of pepper Pour on the lobster and rice and s rve hot. 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    -I Nil W II l\ SONDAi M.V.HATI • •••*** THE WRONG BABY: Would you have given him up? *0 the lull story (only nouarailable /or the first etrna) o/ the mother trhose twins were Suiirinw /tdrot-air" r.i. i". And mnnu rU'Sof three ninther* molher hermit. Hfi Wari-I MI. fheu UMUII J' i % %  '." % %  % %  %  As for me t he decision was rlar— M iid ftn ''if same time tn a Swtst hot pMai to two mothers Philippe .•W -iNefM. Paul ton-Bed (a the other mother My a midwife* mistake the fuMni i ifc/n-d i'au; Ihe Mronp *.aoa* went u-if/. Philippe at a %  .n. wfti.r BnuttL Philippe 'an. wnt to tlf nther mttth" '.feulume X. IY husband, in spite ai; advice, I see Hrtamtr x, tin' person whom I was now certain had brought up the true twin brother nf my son Philippe. Nothing could ooDTlnec Madame X-imt een the tact that the hospital cards were corrected the rnNt-wing iiiornlnn after the children's oirth My husoand returned reporting Deadlock '* Meantime the cure ol my iiurch paid me J visit I confessed my wretchedness He looked surprised Bui (here w no shadow oi -loubi H io srhai vuu iuim; to do Follow the laws of nature Cmoue >uo iTo each his own I Paul n | :-proach ">u lor not naving given him uack to bis mother out he i-ould ne?er Diame you it you i buck toduv.' *t this point we aed our U) approach n mtlis "rate requennit offlriallv thai -ladame X's ooy Brnvi' i••Kamined :mmedtatelv ny Tv doctors ukmi with our in "nildren The magistrate .greeu. Madame X M told Ihmi itte mui suomif tier cntld for •-xamlnation. Madame X's lawyer noacver lad other view. He rWl.ned Intelligent III HER WISE ItfC w wen* on as If everyabing were normal. The chllbut 7 years of my life went with him Paul WHS intelligent, but i.tile lazy So everv momn,: i-!ore M Ml 0U1 I": .VIUKJ! 1 nave nun u IllUe lesson .n writing and when i i sapped a -rn eenvme*. pSM* n |M BOM At the end of each momn caul fi'iild -Hpenn "he n he liked The flrv. "hing ne nnu. %  i trumpet B %  M -r.utnphaiv Do vou know who I met comma out ot the .*hoo %  • %  l haven't an idea." l g*S i Was he o, bin No.' replied Paul > : %  Did M van ? I ed "No. §he onl] A wee* latet Mad. lawyer : and tares heraall NT child to ': ordered D. fee 1 shall proDab:> nevei noa what made her change rt'i m:nd imi a* humiin set mi are controlled hv such air tide t '.hreads 1 olten tjin .1 ma\ h All one taee-to-trtC.ihat morning l found log with .^ere so %  %  mad*, ana *. underwent .several lerlea ol F' ngerpnnt.< • X-rays. l no: tuive . gUBDfM PI d*v : %  %  be com 9i Mrs miEKHK Nil At that tn mani l uudarttood little I -v au lout to me Mwii mothers *ho nno now un ntemtonn a 'an be win undenuand • H pi'' 'h*n Doctors Yo* B i D i %  land %  In tears W J K took me train t in i celebrated specialist .n Who wax 1" mnlr. ions Madame X arrived with DOT • wo children and her iav \'OU would be very sad if .. want u> t" and .N> her %  in a child's mannar M* \ *.. | he -lays—one m nth *iUi > %  11 months with vou— al: hat ? %  in. chad fel' All ovtr P ^. tel Ml I*--.i r and iena voii ft . I ]Uille a wave ot ine nnd t> i roond bead iiokuig %  i hud iu*i made % % %  -k.r 1 ^ IU U1 % %  o"e \ -ti %  ean ol i r I and 'H o.ueh imnninesa. too. 1 had 'ii. I i i %  %  %  %  n rus cap Km" I *Tov.' ""ui' Row i ." %  VI .tifiiti %  v hln i %  tito he rturserv I.it. with their > in a l he rs THOUGH the Duke ot Edinburgh will be at the Olympic Helsinki during the ilrst part of Cowes Week, he plans, towards the end of the legatta, lo spend two days sailing. It |g expected that the Queen will accompany him on one day ..t least. Thero are races each day tn which the Duke could compete in his yacht Ca-we*llaand the I -CUNM lUaeawttle. wlu.vi he owns jointly wilh the Queen. Sfr h't.vicrlck Browning, treasurer to the Duke, brings his new -r'f-deslgned yarht JestMaa d'Are from Cornwall to Coweabout the middle of next month. Tho Queen nnd the Dulgainst social pomposity." 'It consists." says 25-year-oH Francis Hadwen, "of going t parties wh ether Invited or n t\ and making them go." BIT WIIKKF IIF AND TUB QUEEN WILL STAY IS NOT YFT t I.KI'AIN II. I I'HK .1*1 HAKIM Will Mr, Radweo, who ii'tU'i norn :>ii Chunduil tag iwiii lor ins aervicet as an honorary secretary, aayi aameoB the bsMtseaei usu lor LondRM debuunte partiwa .iced Bg, I have insinuau-u myatJ into two-tluro* of the 1 have attended." At one big dance be uninvited" in a mask of tophelee, bright vermii.1 a sati.i dressing gown. His three companiona wore pig, lizard, and deer masks. I KNOW few people with •' %  Modest Tipster greater passion for racing than Pulke Walwyn and Miss Catherine de Trafford. who marry In London this week. w*ahr*B won the Grand National as an amateur o*, Reynoldstown in 103d. Several serious falls could not stop hi,', riding. Now ho is a leadln,: steeplechase trainer, with many of Dorothr PagcVs horses at his U-mbourn (Berks) stables. A metlcu^us worker who risi'. with his stable lad'he dWlk< parties, but entertains a lot a' home. Flowers sp* his hobby —he has one of the mo-t beautiful walled wardens in the country. Miss de TrarTord. daughter <>' Sir Humphrey, a Jockey Club steward, Is a first-rata tipatei. particularly on stewplechasing. though she claims to know le> ID Bat lacing f.l.-N.I II.. I. I \T bgaeb in the 4nil-ri"im of (he *Orand Hotel' il %  i>t> tal one u il I.UIgl. gHAta later they Kite al. hjiik. The Eeanai %  in ..f I/>ndoii laM crowded, oossnonolltan inlxture of the famous and wealthy. • • • ..-.. Nil I.. %  uke tabuicw Who's Who. ranging nron my gum mitUonnite Philio Wrlgley and motor magnate I ind Dotjgds Chandor, w h-. lea'oualv toardi bn "i room an unfinished portf of %  h I %  Spend an boui if. In the neat seat a rontempla!;ve. bespeft.ii led Js Olds hi.o gold-rimrnd | turned rtauao oondoctorFra fusses ovei fhi^' trunk to be loaded on left FOR WOMEN ONLY!! Wl Ml I l| \\ v\ IVSM Ii I I 1M I I -II I:I i I in Ml UN \\ lliiMil Rn I Ui.nd.-rfiil' U'ondrrful: Oh Hah ^'"ii ran Safrly Kiv< Mr. I IMPLEX I V 101 Bain r needs| k J. %  ticur a ^^ TALCUM ** rg %  i SP \ KMHMIIKI s|| , P I 9P \ -uii the s %  Ijflli TUBBY !irm;\ IliyaJ %  B i %  \muit K open m towi Garil* i imwn K unpl n I Wt >RKINl MARRIED mlly PI i QUI iRLL V AM Lhe use, ,,i tl tiegtrj REND e at a b .. ton a mi \i IN I DOING IN MM 0414 < >i l UN A ibiby i PLUS A Btrrru Ol WOOim Min-. <.inn Mm I WOOsnl \KUrontm'' WOODWAUF8 AtiAlN. n.,(j ,i mi ll %  Tl %  WOODWARD %  %  I Ssltinq Up N'mhls Makes Men Old %  .1 bax ol satnr %  waakI ur ax* %  illaeaaa r>i il,.. -, ( MUnd (n 1M f Imp, %  • %  .... ( :,„,i "•> %  To ov-n-,m the— • %  -n.l |U |<-kl, rHloi. holth. tadtb naw .>ory raited Moacna. %  .ow long ,cu ha. w*li KIT! n..k van ii i at -c-ror nor-ay Uek. <|H TSa Foot Itch Healed in 3 Days I'M NOT tUl IH'MI* BI.OMH I u< onb LMNMNtl \i MIM on BSjajgrpoo %  %  %  %  Vou %  %  %  uni wot i mm Basil rn not M DfJMB All >i I Whi ii i lap i dl m] b Itll < ui i i new naodbag I %  %  man win I %  %  i 'i" Foe w .'. %  agent ,ini IMI UN MION vi : R\IIIN. i M FOR MioN LTD. Tel S00 .Nixoderm Far Shia TrouJ*!*^. "TIRED* *i'in.I.I. i... **r.--. SBseBBvasejoaaews* HOMS-SIUDV couun i GENERAL CERTIFICATE of EDUCATION CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL & HIGHER SCH CERT. i<.r,.i.>. Ur.,...!.!, DagraMi ace at A *.f^„ %  .. 1 IA .' ,' WOLSEY HALL, OXFORD %  '^~ ii....* oi r*er~ '... a* r.f t H tiO.uHr.J•tvadw headaraa. •unuh. paw dutufl-^ rr.l << lhal %  "l.ffj^al" twlag. Thai 4 llnIBBS to ft *.Hlu.r Ito-lJ. Ki.W, Til'. 0-..I..-. IMV SSW titdnria la tUu ih* lr.14r-m*k-n |. II.I-I. ami esCSM a. K)> trim, II* j tl-in. ttd ,rTTOU a rhanre to I.'I l-M-r •rark l*H.l.rll*J'ikida.,l illila.iij. 141 Dodds Kidney Pills m mm i.usi II -.| |\|.|t\KH\l>OS quoted on request. r-iiouirnt (.ueaU I'm I..I. I "IT'S SUCH A RELIEF TO HAVE NO TROUBLE WITH TEETHING" Try ai\iiiB %  "'ir ltab% V-hton & Parson* Infants' Powdera, wUeal ne w.unlerfuJK Hoothing at teeibiog ii'ii. I rewdeesj sgjgsjgsj regular esuiv motiooa, prom.it>' re-tlul aleea>, and are ahsolutejy ^AFE I ASH TON & PARSONS INfANTS' POWDERS I ST. VaWCjaWF CsVERIfMEIT AlItWAYS WHhH SI III III I I BJIaaStva (r 1st . %  •!.-.. 1953 Monday •faa I i Thurw-y Trldty SI. Vlnc.nl Barbado Domlnlra Barb .'! % %  SI. Vlnrm' Trinidad St VlncCTii Orrnida SI Vlnrwii Barb .'I-. D'milnlrt B ar badoi S' VteM 122 Trlnldnr. 12! IU in lit I?-, Dap IP. I-, Ilrp De|. I)rp Dep. Dap. \4 1*311 1000 1245 lSOOi n1ii. 1099 IIHIII 11)1111, MM lOTHI 1 I I MM 1055 IS •' Barbadoi SI Vln.n.1 Trlnldn.l St. Vlncrni I .....Inn | Barbadoi % %  Vlli.lv Trinidad Si Vlnrrrit An Arr. Art An An Arr In Art An Air Arr 1135 113U „ -'V'-!aaaTS.' MM 1215 1185 14 ) Friday In I tvtry month Utarr imiii'i A sAiiiiitti i.v ni:nv M


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    r.xr.r nniT SUVn\T ADVOCATT SUNDAY Mi V 20. lfS2 BAfffiAD0SA AmfiCATE m*w4 . u.. *•. • t. LU Bt-M %  (. I %unda>. Jul> 20. 195Z T II K II I \ WITH effacl t> IT. I 111 nWng the basic charges per ton of ^uods entering or having the Port hy 12'? percent. In addition owing to the rnethodl of payment in the Harbour higher charges lit from overtime and Sunday and holiday rates of payment. Baited wiy ignoranl of the wages earned I for very good reasons. It is difficult to ascertain whal wages dockworkers < %  dockworkers arc r tercel <>nd can work for three or more steamship companies during a year Bu' steamship agents keep records of payments made to dockworkers. These records are revealing and ought to be studied by more persons in tht community. Dockworkers are divided into three main categories the winchmen and the gaol men. the stevedore labourers and the warehouse porters. They are paid in normal day work from Monday to Friday, normal day work on hall days (Saturday), overtime, Sunday and bank 1 and special Holiday rates. Some Indication of the scale ol wages may be gained from a recent instance when workers loading one ship were paid more than $8,000 in overtime. This is an exceptional example but shipping agents consider that between $1,000 and $2,000 overtime are paid normally on every ship dropping anchor in the Bay. Dockworkers are not registered nor do they work normal working weeks. As a result no one knows how much they earn during a year but records ol payments made by an individual employing company suggest that some winchmen receive an average of $1,800 per annum, regular stevedores an average between $1,500 and $1,600 per annum while foremen earn between $2,000 and $2,500 per annum on average. With the exception of the foreman these earnings cannot be taken as total earning of particular dockworkers because of the system by which dockworkers share em ployment by different steamship agents in Bridgetown. It may be stated, however, wttYi %tttle lent '! ninUn*tnh-*nA **>• • average stevedore labourer receives between $120 and $130 per month while few warehouse workers gat leas than $1,000 per year and some receive as much as $1,500. Bvan on the unsatisfactory information Ulable it is dear thai the wages paid to dockworkera exceed i>> considerable amounts the wages paid to trie so-colled white Collar clerical workers. The importance of the dockworker to the community has always been admitted and everyone is glad that winkers who perform work <>f such importance to the community should be adequately paid On the information available It -•* • that they are quite well paid. Yet no one can make Inquiries into the method dock-working in Bridgetown wi thorn* being immediately impressed by what can only be described Bl the very meflicieni methods of working arrangements Not only is dock work a closed preserve for a restricted number of dockworkers, but the absence of registration prevents the best use even of the restricted number who are allowed to work in the Harbour The absence of a register means that no central records are kept of hours worked by individual workers and that no central recoi'i. i Kiel I I sb %  '•' w**< %  *"' lhe l ul earnings of individual workers. But the absence ol registration is only the first defect of the system. Dockworkers under tbw present system of work have permanent incentive to achieve overtime rales of payment. How could it be otherwise, Mine every hour worked during over time earns three additional rales of payment, in accordance with the daya worked whether week-days, Sundays and Bankholidays or specia] holidays. And the in centive to overtime is encouraged by the convention that foi work in excess of one hour no less than four hour:: overtime is payable whether or not the full overtime has been worked. The arguments against overtime are so convincing that the existence of overtime comes as a surpi I The hours of day work from seven till four (with one hour oft* for lunch) if worked are sufficiently long to justify a shift system out of consideration for the workers alone. This argument is unassailable on medical grounds. But the second ari^umei.: time is equally convincing on economic grounds. In an island so thickly populated as Barbados it is clearly contrary to all principles eshlp and brotherly love fur a restricted number uf doefce n to %  t market for themselves, to make it highly lucrative for themsei' lealously to keep cut new comers. The third argument is now commonly eard with increasing frequency Prices continue to rise a rates go up and freight rates rise as the costs Of handling eai afaer freight rates on North 26W per cent, over last November. And tl almost i to another jump in North in, United Kingdom and continental freight The cost of living in Barbados is so closelv grated to the costs of handling cargo in Bridgetown that the island cannot afford the present system of dock-working. i.ition of dockworkers is an indispensable first step towards any ImproveThe introduction of a shif' would soon follow as it became recognised that shift working increased efficiency of workers and reduced hours of work. Barbados cannot much longer bear the burden of the present system. The man Ihal keeps Burlmtlos laughing on Sundays NATHANIEL GUBBINS III ItllH VM TIPS THE < tovermnan! has issued two leaflets as part of its hurricane warning procedure. The leaflets are divided into four sections. The first suggests action which ought alreedy to have been taken by house-holders to strengthen their home against hurricanes. Briefly their advice is to ensure that homes are firmly rooted to their foundations, that the walls are "tied tonether" and that the roofs are secured to the houses. The importance of the roof is stressed in block capitals in quotes stretching across the leaflet advising "SA VF. THE ROOF and you save all." A high wind the public are warned will lift a roof if it gets into the air space bethe roof and the supports. Therefore persons are recommended to Mai off these spaces as well as windows %  ilators during hurricane periods. Open drinking water tanks ought to be covered and the trimming of trees likely to damage houses is recommended. The menace of wood ants is rather belatedly drawn to attention and the existence of a pamphlet No. 19 of the Department of Agriculture is pointed out. Section three of 'he leaflet advises the public what to do before the hurricane season, after the hurricane warning and after the hurricane. Acquaintance with the warning system ,.iiubhc shelters is encouraged. Persons are warned not to shelter in ravines or low lying areas which are likely to flood, and because of the probability of very high seas. residents in low lying coastal areas are advised to take shelter on high ground further inland. Plans ought certainly to be made by i. %  of the Leeward Coast to implement this advice. No time should be lost by coastal residents In deciding and making arrangements for evacuation should it prove to be necessary. The drawing up of (ishing boats well above high water mark might not prove too easy of performance should there be very high seas. But the caution against issuing from shelters during a sudden lull i. vary neeaaaary In an island where hurricanes have passed into legend and are no longer remembered through personal experience. Additional advice to household* the natuie Ol ftftefl thought and it il regretMi le thai tnii advice was i -t Incorporated into the original advice since people cannot be expected to walk around with these leaflets in their pockets or even to carry' their contents in their memories. Advice before the hurricane season may be summarised as house protection, the %  • %  .iiring that doors and windows can be shut securely and arranging for their reinforcement. The keeping of stocks of emergency rations, first aid and other necessaries hi recommended. After the hurricane warning householders are advised to fill receptacles with drinking water, to close and barricade doors and windows and to keep them closed : to provide buckets of sand toi lii .• extinguishing : to remain indoors and to take emergency food and necessaries t<> cellars if shelter is sought their After the hurricane everyone is advised to wait for the authorities to declare water safe for drinking and never to drink water without boiling and if possible filtering. No one can accuse the government of failtreat hurricanes with the respect they deserve. Advice, even though it might have been more bi l< ^ood and better than no advice. The vital thing lacking In the precautionary hurricane organise! the government is the warning system. be simplified to avoid conMeanwlule every resident of Barbados ought to be taking steps to make his nee as hurriCJ ible or to arrange an alternative shelter should the houses prove to be beyond the ment's two leaflets. S O much Interest has been aroused bv the observation or o reader that my photograph %  of a .hrewcl tefl business man (Sunday Express letter column last U .: it has been consld%  red idviaal Uj la publish ., ,.,.. M version of lhe Gubbins's success story for the benefit of ambitious and unscrupulous young man. As a boy, Oubblns could sec that education gi.t you nowhere, unless you wanit" to bi a schoolmaster or a civil servant. So. Instead of attending to his studies, he collected stale bread from London rcsi.iut.ints and I Mil feeding pigeons In Tr/ifalgar-squarc. When other smart bovs made it of the idea, Gubblngpersuaded them to buy shares in iiread for I'igeoru Incorporated, which didn't exist. as police on his track. Gubblns then fled to Australia. % %  sold imaginary gold bricks to simple farmers. With 'he Australian police on his track, he then fled to South hers he had the nerve to sell imaginary gold bricks to %  :.!' With hi.lf the police of the Empire on his track, Gubbins thi '. Bed to Canada, b north and. by skilful salesman* ship, became lhe origin of the lvt about selling refrigerators to Eskimos. He also sold tiny fur coats to female pygmies in Equatorial Africa and electric blankets to Mcitcntot^ in Darktst (and Hottest) Africa. When he returned (od" School hardly let pass a Speech Day without drawing forcibly la government's attention their needs of more teachers, more rooms, and more funds to cope with increasing numbers of pupils. And headmasters and headmistresses in other schools of the Island are not slow to add lot to the almost universal choius of "more, more, more" which besieges government's ears ond threatens the Treasury purse. Almost universal, because at one centre of learning which I visited last week 800 children receive their education free. 200 children get free lunches and 80 children get free "cocoa-toaa" or breakfast. And the government of Barbados gives the school *720 per annum to help it do this work. It has no olhor fixed income. How is it done? Wl. Whom iIt? tin 1 aroaijBf, school which opened in 1932 ivffl seven pupils on its roll and which to-day educate* 800 children who remain at school as long as they like, and where 280 children receive free meals every day of the school term" It Is hidden behind St. Pat-. rick's Roman Catholic rhimh in Jciiunott's Lane. It is St Patrick's Elementury Parish School, How it does it remam tery, but the suggestion that it draws ott the Bank of Heaven for most of its funds is not perhaps as superstitious as It sounds. In 1932 St. Patrick's Elementary Parish School had seven pupils under the care Of an l*i sulimnun. To-day two Ursuline nuns Moth' and Mother Assunta with the assistance of twenty paid teachers educate 800 Barbadian boy and girls, and supervise a kitchen and dining room in whlcr 280 of the poorest school children get one meal daQ) They do this BU) work with no other fixed tunas than those provided l government grant it ni.v lie noted to the donation of $720 made to UN LVCA) specifically for expenditure on the D of free meals. By GEORGE III Ml. are made by some of the pupils ivho can afford to paj S1.00 ami V2 W ., |rm BO i %  %  Hq exorcise: and text books. In it,i early da rail the goodwill of Barbadians and trust in Hi |. racking than it is todai 804) children look to fhf* Mother. and the teachers of Si %  I'arish School for their e on aarti Today the bank of Heaven is liable to be overdrawn and more eirthly fixed channels of funds *wouId be watootnad by the Ursuline nuns who air. boon forced to restrict new admissions to the school to all but poor Catholic children Catholics believe that I h %  teaching of the Catholic religion Is the moat important au be learnt at school and a Citholic school could never consent to an / kind of government grant or subsidy which Interfan • nn of the school to max retieowi the heart and ccntie of its life. All other funds of thi come either from the profits of an annual Fair held in the grounds of the Ursuline Conveii". tin* sale of guava jelly and preserves. Ulc sale ol W %  and dresses, and the sale of dollOf other toys or from donations in kind or money from well wishers. The only other contributions :he costs of education Yet the value of the St Patrick's Elementary school to Barbados has never been appreciated even by the Catholic community of the Island. Ladv Blood. Lndv llu>Jic. Lady Crimble. Mr. Brancker Ml' I'. Mr, Bryan M.C.P., and even Professor T, S. Shney have visited the school and been Impressed bv Its achievements in recent yt so have Bdjfa Oalholk dignitaries but the quiet, unaelfleh, work of Mother Alphiv her helpers has • long from all but I bcr of Catholic and non-Catholic parent! to whom St. Pat synonymous with the free cducaAJphocuTOl 11 i of [he %  d ildron. Pupils i nt the age of four and many stav until they are eighteen. None ed t" leave. Thcv are 200 pupils aged between 4 ond 8 in the Junior school, 300 botwee.. 8 and 11 plus In lhe Middle ind 300 in thi •Ohoot. 8ub]ectl taught In the hool Include iteligion. arithmetic, English, Botany, History. Cicogrnplu Pot Hygiene. In the upper school. i Pranch are added and there is a commercial cliss of 30 pupils. Tl Iv under the super. Mother Alphonsus and MVSII typewriters era available i<" practise. An after-school department of dress mal lafred by aid pupils of the school and these ex-pupils are paid wa mea is taught In a well equipped kitchen presided I amUlnsj St I.ueian girl. In the laundry girls and bovs are Boyi are taught i %  and many of thi ike are sold at the Annual ran*. Some of the boys an and some of the girls arcguides. %  possible in the spaa %  i • i i paper article to giv an inipressiun of what goes un at -'.i. Even the buildings of the 'school" of lhe mystery, Many of them don't seem to be there. You come upon them as If by accident hiding behind a wall. Nothing U too old to he conscript l a stable has been roped in and now glories under the title of BeUUoliem. The space between the I iundry room and thi ii not allowed to 00 wast and children in the dining m their lessons within •.nice of the bubbling n i>ots. The conditions In St. Patrick'-. although superior by far to those of three of the Barbadian pi h schools on which my presence ted as a younsi boy cannot be compared with those luxury sunlight model schools which Halph Crowe at great expense to the Barbadian taxpayers Introduced to Chalky Mount and the Hill overlooking Haymans. Hut the faces of the bovs and i:ul., refteel I happiness and in many cases on intelligence ol which any school would be proud. 1 do not know whether the BOO children of this school will ever iarahlpa tO Universities or acquire cates tm hanging In their homes. But in my opinion they are learning al St. Patrick's things H ;i stand them in much and all their lives. They ,ug how to live together. how to pray together, how to eat together, to sing together, to play together and to behave to one another and to strange uncouth visitor; like myself frith the friendliness and warmth ct little Chrl • Having spent a moniinc in Mother Alphonsus's company this aiapilsa me. Wh it doe* surprise mc is how 1 could have lived so many years in Itaibados without knowing. anything ->lw thii great and unique service which is performed with so little .til. port and is not even full> recognised by the Catholic community of Barbados. The next time th it anyone tjilks about the social conscience of Barbn.: I ,ke thai I straight to St. Patricks and shame them into leaving with a lighter purse. IUMHI* v IVIIIIII'K To IKniiali I'.\. I l ain UNITKP NATIONS. New York l"h.' fountain li tne gift of Mack ones seemed non-existent mean Island of ABVM ran Then Rhodes, site of one of the scene of the United as evidence of fieir faith in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient Nations' successful Palestine arenduring future of the United World, produced another wonder. I mitice negotiations in 1949. iNations. To pay for it 11 American woman working making another I more than five milfor a former UN. architect rei trlbutlon to the world %  %  .ies—$50,000. -ving seen black pebI during a visit to : the Island 1 andi ivernorI <>eaches '-he fountain of the Dodeworld's ont% known btfck pebbtts. BO aiwrna*ln| pattern Ol black cancso Islands, of which Rhodes is %  %  lot-wide fountain world's beaches produced whlb VSt with white peb| at U.N. all pebbles—bu*. I UM of glass. #* A X H O O h S. The Widest Selection in Town. ON Safe 'il IAKM \ll STATMtMiMY. •dvpf.th j£nz%&t! Wlu<„ u,IMPS) tkh M A SetVc7a/ GALVAMStl) Cl)KKt(.\IM> ^111 | I | e ft, T n.. g ft Oaage: 26 — 2* — HO VII MINI M -III I |s 7ft. Xf Gnagt: 24 Abo CALVAM/U) ROI.l TOP RII>GlNO, DOWN PIPFS. IWl (.1 TTf.RS. UI'TTER 1(1 >l> \M) \\ \n :II %  \n~ C. S. PITCHER & CO. i-h. 4472 '/In. wi'i-h. mo$l peopU mi 1 considering cf/ie %  Important!i,[ \Biing Sarnmi llthougn tnt House of Qia Costa lay stress on rJlw Smpoetancs of (Being Sarnest every dag and coy month of ilie year — .'(ml this, it is fi/i it reflected in the L-Oinpangt buying policy with a resultant excellent variety of sla, i in ati departments and. most important, at prices within reach of ailSo naturally, r /j„ ( osta <• Co. XtJ. Jeem U timely to tuggeii ,*, //,, general public that tney make f/M necettaty


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    STSDAY. JTJLY 20. I52 SUXDAT .VDVOCATT PACE SINE Film Unit Makes Second JDocu men tary i to help %  .. %  %  %  9 |inl. prfnti fr*>m the Inborn%  ill w flown back %  U Um win Lhrougfe n %  %  %  ll t-ck* l-efoi. 1 Bd by the I %  % %  Mil and approach I %  %  %  %  iwriveU favour. bl eonUMftn in 'Colonial Cinema.' %  UNDER \.' %  U3E in iPENINQ BLATUR1 1 im>w In Pollef iv: Hide ;itid B*!%  irroN iNhi'STRY in How 10 put savour Into (too A iw ...„.,. ,..!... ^ n% on location. In the laboratory and on the Editing Bench. air: BEST I III. O.XM KIVII OK nwr.s i: ran Naturally, there are grade* i>! quili P i H your doctor w II'. .tl.i! f.) %  FOR TIH I'l'l I'R1<( Itll'l'lON SrRVICF. KNIGHTS DRUG STORES ANOTHER OP THE SCENES -a family group THE GOVERNMENT FILM UNIT started it* work In December 10&O and released ita Ant documentary in January 1061. first to the Commercial Cinema and then to the Mobile Cinema for the benefit of the Island. The film 'OIVE TOUR CHILD A CHANCE' is now released to the entire Colonial EmpLe. Good report* on it* value are coming In. A LOCATION 8ITOT R>sponMU* for the lighting on tins "net ii Mr B Thorp-(third fr-m left). In torlor limiting in cinematography I* an art and a problem. No fewer than i different locatlona have been already used in the present film, and some 70 setups requiting interim lighting. Qeell Qirlsl! If You only tealise The Importance of Being Earnest about the Home Decorations ^ You certainly would immediately select these SISAL PLACK MATS ii .72 each .0 ., .. GLASS MATS 1/ AI.II ( ANELILY PLACK M \T> i .U .. „ „ M .. HOME PRODUCTS DiPT. CAVE SHEPHERD a CO. LTD. 10-13 UOAD St "'" %  "H I HMHH > t I I KITCHEN AND TABLE ,,<& GLASSWARE PLAIN AND DECORATED WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A WIDE RANGE OF UTILITY ITEMS INCLUDING PFEE '%  lb Tin t'> iMALT tin 140 i HIVEKS mirilAHIl i : H TATE & l.vu:s BAKING SUGAR perl bn .3 KS.LOGS PUPPED RICI poc DM. .5 Bi il III AFRICAN LOBSTER KEILLERS in M.I.I MARMALADE on 1 uis.se ... BLACKWEUS GHERKINS pi3 r 1.0.1 KOO TOMATO SAUCE I %  %  I i.. illAMl'luN PRFPARBD MUSTAJID pM Jur .28 LION BRAND CURRY POWDED : -i .40 BWIPTS i HEESE p i Tin .73 : imblm ~.i PEANUT BUTT! I 0 Mua .77 ALL OOLO PINEAPPLS JAM P• %  ••>••> eeeieao n ageee** HARDWARE DEPARTMENT TEL. 2 364 vVorld that carries this Mark of Perfection ll.-nM-ml.t-i— ll' HARRISON'S for HUMBERS I



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    PAGE Tl M.MIV. ADVOCATE -I M>\, .M I *>, l The People of Barbados tm JOBS miDTArxi .. ._.. .. :. %  I i -I-a slave anil %  that he did i. ii.%  ueci • <*> a* pomrli" a, tor muMff or thft and %  i'. u amenable T-> %  Island, though tha UOCN i-ummitleii I %  LI •' I the peace and thr'-v ri with n ,ii goven or tm6 soqacfl Mi Hrajti ^ %  ( im to be whipping at but though there • %  of stripes. I b*Uav :h> | the number >f thirty-all i ' %  > "i"' pa b uafctl year 1774. upon an apprehension of AHtrVM • *v of acre* tn sugar by stxty aerea to"nc*w :' I I had tl op therefore, by having twenty acres of ..nil produce. I BW ...ted allowance, of food 1 ..vc wn-iil gardens' of theii lasee; the inI rv goats ape jnd make a Bsnaldti them. ircd by law I Mentioned a* v UMB ...I Brai re secured by v against all persons bul thfii 1 believe they arc onJm, but I Thr total ( f<"d. and they wanted Know if thl n proportion to their | i ibourtng pomin other countries. %  reply was that '1 think the inn iv the punwuneM; hut m ...,, fiaveJ in general Utter off i expect, %  ] tree negroe-s miitht h> working I bouting poor In other cuunIf faith CAN heal -what is the Church doing ? I'OS I i RIJ'i I l> rHI M POR1 • '>"• I \, HI \I I K*. %  %  %  H naif ww -llvi by Canon HUGH WARNER ; %  %  -• nor eon* 'nan %  Q, rwcau*inciude 'he mora %  %  all 'he i hr '.--lit* .. %  •> li h. Dattj n wfUi p" p of two ,-n. re? n -he nam,. % %  < %  kill his own slave he ..:> £16. If ...nallyaokills | i fife to the pubhr I I ;,!ld tO hi* gUQU %  tuit.ee at %  Hiring Thr j f. gUVIM I %  %  lav* by or.) Jht, he shall b nlghl out "I fnr common road •>ting to steal hi.' be shall not be ountab.i i.nrv to the loading In Harbado* they %  % %  .Stan* allowance of too*' rfood M I und at theli ground pron: potatoes fish im, ortfl i do not know the exaci %  items tl %  ..i %  n'.'i %  I *'s of his master If the plaJ aitl I own cmi> %  %  'o pay, his negro'nust %  %  11 ie, n* far aa my (. bcttir m ban formerly Therp is bowevci no law for it. Thej hav fannl; connaoUoni a Itt Dtlii < and are useful in watching over Tha I/>rds wanted to know ibout the practice ol mart negro slaves, and i incoming it This was replied to s follows—"I do not ki :tiere is any religions ceremony In Hie marrlaae of n> | %  in Barbados: there is no law ret oftti OCM wife* In ri%  %  %  %  : I from promiscuous eoncubin : %  •; | of lh roman Ut i from th plantation of the man. It te the %  •hr planter to prevent tinbu tie is afraid I The T setting The staff -nfi i iIKfr%  i mo %  I %  airrl i A tii' natural increase of 1 are any causes __iUd bo asstgneO Id .,-**< (0, .... \ At|.l I %  iirflfs mat -uwi In ,-.„.,, ti p ;.y makr %  innnth from a mlscotueptiuii • .i | nurcbBaal % %  mnn>l 'lay Church A Eng)an%  %  . ^re. ;tor> going back 'o Kn* nelttan 128 rears oeforth. sw r I ass UIOSD uie cnapei aiti rfganllc picture along th. inalh jf the west wall, ol rh< inTd Jesus going into Egypt Here in uiis one-time muniu'K rreetory 80 rssldenta. taff ana t. To encourage the men k It would hr %  .count of negii %  %  I mum be given n proportion to the Increase of th. negro stock, and that th: liuuld distinguish by some pnblli .irk nf approbation, the island it Mm shall be the greatcs.V birth.-, in proportio' 04 i %  Hncsj the hurNOBsV 1 do not believe bcr of negroes have moc 1 trcaseil In Bsirbndos. as will up i ;ir by the papers I have In ha %  host* We n nan in ua tnd %  iii.-er.ii!' %  -• raffla work and K I %  • %  filled 'he .hHvp* He opened sno'tiri looi. Here irge unps foi '.glr sari %  insui rr -ndc *hn orn •-flaW'i' 1 all ovfi ticeni ; %  •hel" The reMilr I mp id •ftei %  tun* ," I nen *tn no fsM %  l ugffc ieeti nealea i i ,' Kuttier John Is X I Palth \f '-•>* ve -ne roo* • k'.i-lop* so ofen (" c nea: nn has oetrun It % i alwav* sudden mi! one* rsred mere al r> j.ns' can naopen j •!, to'-nenere tn-r *n -niw who snarf tfaf prayer and 'f possth*. "lends who I'mdon For Smart and Healthy Hair %  states of %  tiled the inipoi i h Aiihed thai of corn in the I.arbad iieeounts of the negroes given for the poll tux annuMly from ihe \-:f.K \-. nun snenistve, ani ,£,, f'om 1781 to ITfll with the number it ntfroeg imported In each %  sag With reference lo the baptisn if the negro slave child the Lords 'ere Informed—"I believe negro laves or their children are not n general baptized, l never that I know 0 men as desite It' Mr. Draithor of purchasing negroes as he waite then went on to relate how does a; pre**"' In art* given much benefit had been derived plantation. "<** negroe* from the Moravian mlsiionarieamount to one-third of the whole tn Antigua, "and this example Is. "umber; but In warm clunates the 1 ihould think, an Inducement to 'Imposition of both whites and the planters m olhe. Island nww averse to labour ..<. ii the Uka mactlce lhmn m col(tar countries, and ' ,h ke t>I8cUc Mrefort oubt whether without Th* l.nrdu of the PriVi COtBgaeU ome compulsion they would be .hi wiSSd tt know 11 il woul,, '"due^i to *••?• be noMlblr to rultlvuta lu dvn*"* <" '* l Bneriuy a< )>•? ,'M!, W-..-M, ld.nd. by ' ". they wouldI not wort but Ih'labnm .t Europeans or of fn-r would trow Idle nd profllMto >!ln>U Thnv wrrr advtMd "I nd delioy one another and the STKtUiInk ii w.7.1.1 r* otilble ountry; and I beUeve tt their SJlZ ill u ahumti l.c-.uon, u ollered to them upon Si^IrS Tta rurSSomih"ndltton of workln* as Say E !" .„ ,, flrft arS do morr labourers, not one tenth would itronger at ltr,t and do^morr K ^ ^ ^ ^^ %Mn The coMtitutlon of a ,..ro t. fitd.tJtodgjM and uuiueln,then, ted for a hot i-ltmale. With repeet to the rr- wnoM annot apeak with any certninv M to their number. I am of opin I0K, however, that if the rulriva lion i-ould be prrformed by neirrne* %  ockin* a day labourers it would M much more for the InterMt ol ' %  -t lo. or plants He would JtM L _tl-n , J* J? STSXSi u-u :tOfll Socl-t Vol avltt. p4tf< to confine themselvi %  wife nd tharahy attaching thamselvw. 'o the Interest of their family I %  "ink 'OU might by degrees Induce tuem to labour; and in such %  ases rhey might wish to become and It might be for their Sfli i good ai ii ktofci m -i w, M I : S. M. G. AGENCIES J. & R. BUILDING, PXLMETTO STREET, BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS ren are nr-t I"pianier HB M, " — j_ but baptlam. have either the eare or cxpenae of „ a m • of refuaedUmalntalntn* the youn and the old le-a ii truth in Your Horoscope Oftf I know ht th. < IW Skill o( Pundit T.bor-. '. asssent \>oio". who aj timtui purpoac* |^^^5^ I awv lafydtf W ODEX THE FAMILY SOAP C> Gets shin really clean O Banishes perspiration odor Leaves body sweet and dainty O.o ln %  4M* (leanaa, l.ifcrf ihai la ni .1 and ,nxlf lo< fat,. tianJl ,94 d,l'f b, I.. Odrt „ IdHl fa* liai.lr at. AVOID. Off ENDING -USE ODSX if you seonf nn alarm clock that you can alwaym trust — "iimir, Aand'some •' mxil.rmlrly prirrd — ya mm eaeoae a Smith Alar II ilIII Oil Time!.... I Ora>t t n*cutii< %  .n.ir Wfile. mm %  > tni. nfl.r BMtJ i b m.-t. aaa.n Addrt-*: PtlHnti ... %  z. £/ntf/t'JfaX/nd 'enjoyme VITAL aow 0FHeALTH\ w ORSES "£&? PILLS '''''''-*''''-'-'-''''*''-*''''•'.'--' *.-.....-,'.-. -.-.•,-, -,--'-', --','-^'',-.-.•-' in i oni I RELIEVES PAIN BEVMREOFWORMSI Roofing Materials Aluminum Sheets • Galvanized Shoets • Everilo SheelB • Rubberoid Roolinq • AJuminum Guttering • Etc.. Etc. s,v \ and Stop I I PLANTATIONS LTD. Sefore you 6aM fie fore you dr$ss ANDREWS reV /fMgr C/earr//'/?*??/ Do you wake up in the morning .•-chug ht antJ cheerful, or arc >'OU Jull and irritable ? Ii all depends on Inner Cleanliness! A morning jUav. ol Andrews ensures thi> Inner I leanttDOM hy fteshijnin^ the moi.th and tongue, t*tdiog the omj.-h, toning up the liver and gontly clearing isvay looJ a-it> A tcaspoontul m a xlass ,<: %  .tier makes a grand '' rctixsher ", iixi. DO YOU KNOW that yaw dtgestne Jmces art extremely aeid and may be orer-fhnu.i.irij hy highly se^wned food? Unless your diet contains n$a*M of Andreas are invaluable. Sparhhng Andreas corrtch -MIIIW disorders and ensures Inner CleanUn,--s B tVINCs lYEAST^VITF, Tonic Table YIAST-VIt TMMSSM %  'v, "tin — -1 .. %  I..11 DBIN^ for INNER CLEANLINESS "YEAPT-VITE" Is tho onlf painreliever containing" the v.illiable tonic Vitamin Bi When you take YEASTVI i'K Tablets, first conrw pain relief — an end to throbbing headache, BTntsful ooflo from naRg ua nerve or rheumatic pain.Next" VI AST-VITE ht'lps you to leei better, brighter, more your old self again I Yt>\ST-VITE"" u juat aa good for colds mid fevorishnegs, Itio, berause It co itains antipyretic or fover-reduolng tngTftdlents. Next time pain attacks y i. remember there's nothing else ill•' YE ASTVITE 'Pick-Me-Up" '.-ibieu—the pain reliever which al • contains stimulating Caffeine and '-he valuable tonic Vitamin B L tytftf HEADACHES NEURALGIA COLDS CHILLS' FEVERISHNESS NERVE AND RHEUMATIC PAINS vv////.v///,V/y/////,v////,' rf ^v,',v,*-v',',v,'^-; YEAST-VITE "Pick-Me-Up" Tablets



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    SUNDAY, J11.Y B SVSDAY VOVOf VTF. !• \CE RI.EVEN Thirteen CD. &*.*"%£?* &£U BI Schemes 111 June On Rabies Surplus ol of SI,51:1,997 for a new road b I is among 13 new Development and Welfaie grams whose approval was notified to tin* Comptroller in June. The total of June grants to the British Caribbean Terri..'7 242 -*d new road, an all-weailu-r road ii-(^ot cm town ol New \ Crabwood Craek l river. Thf Km to be Wt f lj i one of growing populji. tains nr£ Uag cocoa industry improvement to the and of 1MI. In V • cent. POCOa is Development and Wolf of $4S874 for cocoa propagrtlor* deigned to tirn out plant Inc ma< •elected cocoa uf71cit>M | 100 acres a year. 6 For Brilish Honduras Six of the %  dMBMa Bpj June ..ie m layout of llriluJi 1. where Uic anm oftVrr ind Olfl I sumr Labour we'l as official* of Covermnent Social Welter* Approval of thata Urn „ %  .ho tntM of Dl i.l W-lfaro niri to th" I %  wirl t ntla* thi vr to t9 3o&.iM TTe total r April 194*; it now IM %  World Bunk Experts To Survey B.G. GEORGETOWN. B ('.. July IT. British Guiana's Governor Sir R .. told th il this afternoon that he rlispatchcd an invitation Miicnt's behalf to the ln' %  %  %  eeonstmc1 tpmept to send a %  %  1 information with evident appreciation Sir Charles had got a letter from the management of the Bank informing 1 prepared to send such a mission ton end of this year and he that the mission would consist of seven or eight experts, including t omlsts and an agnmltu lltural cennom: estry expert, a transport pert and an engineer. tual date of arrival of the mission was still under consideration. A two-man mission from the BlDk, Messrs Patterson H. French and Jacques Tores recently left 'A ; :•>•! iff) 1 making a preliminary survey of this rounti\\ developmental possibilities. with ;i view to capital requlrci! %  • KH i OllMli.ll l). J. Parkinson newlyr.pp.ir \,;\ A-vi-i,,!.* Tr.e'.e Olnmissioncr in the l*i..led Kingdom for the British Caribbean, has arrived in London and has started work, pending the ippoinrment of the Trade Commissioner. Mr. Parkinson, who was formerly deputy Colonial Secretary. British Guiana, is now seeking pcrmnnent prcmi' 1 over's office. Maanarhue, bed %  temporary 1 ri quarters of the West India Committee— B.l'.P. COMMUNISTS WALK OUT FROM INDIAN PARLIAMENT NEW DELHI, July 18. Communists p-aether with a few 1 Andrew front ,no I the Indian Parliament this mornjna. following the speakUOD f"r the bodily rcOf Communist member Hambiu Who oaet aspersions on the Speaker's fnimess and persistbd in hb allegation .15 WON witnessed when Conununbri heeklan eonInterrupt Horn* th Katia in his reply during the debate on n bill giving two .' %  I %  curb Communist -..—Cr. %  which have been %  >ries to bi at the conference. orttles on malarii. .mcer and llenlth Srr^'ire will %  poakei %  suggested by British authtuberculosls. %  be among the B-r i' I lli.Hli.iH Till Atfrt-a-meiil OTTAWA. The 1916 Canada-United Kingdom agreement to avoid double taxation has now been extended British Guiana and St. I Tha extension, made by an exchange of Notes In Ottawa, brought to 23 the number of Colonial territories now covered by trie agreement. VA. July 11. The Hi on rabies called in H Health Organization will take I to 28 July Fifty rabiologistj are expected from IB couBbraal AfgamsUn. Austria, Burma, CcyV pt, India, IndoLabanon, Malaya, I*hilippmes. Spam. SyriJ. Thailand and Turkey. dvancdt in knowledgabout rabie* have taken p'ace In tha pa,*t few years. WHO. hj pointed out. This is a Bold which had remained more or less static for half a eanl few scientific workers throughout the world are now occupied wl!n a careful and Mten 1 m W H i > onl ULs stated. The W.H O. technical meeting has been organ ire, 1 • 1 satisfy the need for up-to-date 1 .m he effectively applied to combat the dl Tan Tumi Agenda The ten-point agenda include. %  wing: epidemiology cf rabies, clinical manifestations (111 dogs and cats, domestic livesto.K ifei; pathology; diagnostic procedures; production of human and veterinary vaccineand serum; pobPMy-b vaccines; post-exposure in man and animals (local treatment of wounds, vaccine and serum to nal reactions); organization of field control programmes; research problems and care of laboratory al.irnals. The meeting will he held at the Pasteur Institute In Coonoor, with the Governor of Madras presiding at the inaugiir Discus-Ion leaders will be Dr. M. L Ahuja. Director of the Central Research Institute. Kasauli. India: Mr. Ernest Beaumont. veterinary* officer for the rood and Agriculture Organization; Dr. Harold N. Johnson. Rockefeller Institute. Pootui. India; Dr. M. Kaplan, chief veterinary officer, W.H.O.: Dr. A. Komarov, Director. State Virus Laboratory. Haifi. Israel: Dr. Hilary Koprowski, Lederle Laboratories, Pearl River. New York; Dr. Pierre Lepine, Pasteur Institute. Paris; and Dr. rkeL U.S. Pubii.m it Service. Rabies Rabies is a virus disc.!-' mitted to man by the bite of an infected animal, usually dogj. W.H.O. pointed out. Other important caiTten rie rats, wolves. ind foxaa, as well as uie mongoose, meer-at and genet 111 South Africa, and the vampire bat In South and Central America. Recent imi>orlant advances in the study of rabies include the introduction of the mouse as an experimental animal for detecting the virus, the development of new and potent vaccines, and the use of hyper-Immune scrum in the prevention of the disease. W.H.O. has sponsored n •trlas of rabies surveys in different IB the vaccination of dog?, and as-istcd involving V a follow-up to the Coonoor conference. trie Ion leaders will %  nd give iecb-ia, Thal•nnd. Bui ma. Malaya, 1 I in preparation for the cooferai 1 Referaoea H Rahie; > W.H.O with the h tha church's view.—U.P. S IMiB, 02 Mart In Earthquake OSAKA, Japan, July 18. Three persons were killed ind at leaat v.2 Iniuri d a strong earthquake that rat kcn of first-class work of all kinds, and especially to SUGAR MACHINERY and STEAMSHIPS Dealers in AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY and GENERAL ENGINE ROOM STORES of all Description IRRIGATION PROJECTS. PUMPING EQUIi and ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS A SPECIALTY For Satisfartiun. Quality and Service Contact THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Phone: 454fi. 4650 Workshop ll l ll llll ll l < %  Ph.ine 4528 Stores Dept: IMIIMH I H laV) We proudly pieeent The SILVER KING "Floating Ride" Cycle Complete redeeign of dame anglee has resulted in the FIRST MAJOR IMPROVEMENT in bicycle deeign since the War. with EASIER STEERING EASIER PEDALLING and the FT.OATING RIDE performance. Great Beauty has been combined with improved STRENGTH at all the Important points— TOUGHER FORK TIPS STREAMLINE FORK SWEEP POLISH CHROMIUM THIMBLES Buy the new Silver King FLOATING HIDE NOW. Why "make-out" with any other? • A BARNES & CO. LTD STOP PAIN QUICKLY with Phcmk... The tanvnr* threciold artion ol PHBNSIC lihln. KM I EVES 1WIN. SOOTHES NERVISM Ol Ml K.UTS PI I'KI SSION No matter how tutmst ihc pain, no nutter bow n*arv youi DCrvca, boa ibpnmdywi fel, PHBNSIC ubleu iil briu you i GDmfbfl, ^unklv anJ alcly. Remember IIIIN PHENSIC labkn neiiher harm the heart nor upset the iWHiawh IVm'i KCtpi iubsotutcs Keep a nupply ot PHBNSIC UbatU bv >tml Ph Vi enstc TWO UBitIS BRING QUICK RELItF FROM RHFUM1IIC PAINS, IUMBIG0. NERVE PtINS, NElDtCHES, NEURttGIt INF1UEN2I. COIOS I CHILIS PAINS IN THE I Here's a way to re "mt' Do you know th.t one c,i i in thr tearaf Whct> tlMJ Arr lirjltliy It iirpuiitir* out ot iianirU '.Vhrii hy KHI* iui.M accumulate And UM %  lulting cngriioa is often the CIUM ol bm kaebe IV Witfki l'l* *it tpeei*l\j prepared to help wake up aliifcwli I bey Tae a cleansing and action on these vital Mirana, %  ootb.ntcandrrttori to then nitmal activity Relief Iron backackefotlowsajaiiatural conteqw eo ca. It i f.ir belter to tackle Ihe canse of '. than to no on suffering tn a way %  %  %  t nil wfk and itiiry De Witt s Pills have been bringing reliet to I tiom ba. aachr? and we hae Maaa tatlara tt gratitnde. Go uid obtain a supply to-day. DeWitti Pills' m m*di mclaly far BACKACHE JOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PAINS LUMBAGO SCIATICA OUR GUARANTEE De Wilt'i Pillt An made undei stn'tly hyiienK i and ingrrd" ronlorm to i.. ...' %  ; M •J for Kidney I&S€<+*+HXJ/ /IttTaA ***£ BATH AND TOILET SOAPS \IIII "ill rtiios llie limit. I %  0 STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION byBOURJOIS ) U i %  .'ii P MM '.I Ii Hi i MI t ilSHINO i REAM I M HI UCIUN.N *uffcr froB M OMACH PAINS due in liiJigeMiun try MM I 1 AN BRAND ITOaaAi H POWDER rton' Piin and di Ian are y.unkly n by tl balanced lormiiU ON doM U1 prove Ni vaka liir Stomach Paina* Heanbuni. llarulenia, Nsutea and Aoday due I MACLEAH BRAND Stomach Fowdar SOLE ACFNIS I. M II. MH'FRS Mini n i"" njib.do. FOB STYLE < mil Oil l l.VW % ill I BUY A Oil RELIANCE SHIRT f TAMNABLE \l IM. 11 MUM. STORES USE HENLEY TYRES CARE IN THE USE OF TYRES SAVES MONEY FOR MORE .P.T. CARE IN BUYING SO DOES Xrrp a lot; of i\nWBMMBB, Vou'll Sad tli;il IRC Mnil.-v Imi'iilivr Scheme —Which ri-wtirrls hr-lli-r work v\illi IM n.r p,n---BRjrf fOU, in tentis of vim Milps-Per-Tyro CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. A^anli



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    i' \l.| IUI I \ I r SUNDAY ADVCK ATI MMIU HI Y 20, 1S2 LIU C l/7o\ \OTSS: Seismic Pressure On Schools Otomation Stations I 7/ a rm a < e irtica I Society Holds Annual Heeling i ..i \ immcdl sou of education in this and the number 0( enquiries % %  about and i! • r... o Development %  %  .. %  ; ,< • %  of seismic observation : %  M in the Windward for the !(,<> it Chi % %  to he tlnafii-i i should not be tilled ;it • outwm. ThU M* ache of the Educational has been tiggr." toundlnc ilKiircs of %  ppUcanti for Harrison CrCombermere School. en trying to show that t was an rtune for permanent g, H i Wwk lilt lo 111'" Druggists and theu apyrenU. e* ei ai the Y.M.C.A on Friday I llta for the Annual After the tlecUi. T. S. Ollon been elected pr —tden i third successive year, ibera to give more el tnr and s ervi c e s to the Iwaid .lid leeward bla n d* P w flh Do w j N ;..,, K< luxation in Barbados that somencted that, while the paucity of thing always went wrong at Important stages of our di %  %  Mere la another iiurtan" unfortunaie that two or three schools were being built at Annual Mill soon be L-umnuitee and leelurea will be given 0U .ubjecu ..i.o it la hoped public will alien* in l he officers and as follows; — tdent: Mr. P. S. Oiton, Vice-President Mr. A. A. Junior Vlc< -President 740 Applkunts \l llll < ill I I 01 Mll.lil WERE 360 APPUCANT8 FOB III rtVEE.N M KSV 19 PLACES |MD \ l < "Mm I Ml Bl li" U wni 3i6. This means that 740 pupils are seeking entry to schools supplying secondary education be admitted lhal i numlier of these applicants are idrrady pupils Of private secondary schools and others are pupils of Ccmbermcic seeking Unsafe. An exaggem* : 140 would seeking entry Inti .in indication that jiiio-iimodatlon has not kept pac nanda of a i will reveal thai :.ird In the clemrntarv schools I: ned, pupils whose pan otherwise Schools m ordei •hiit they might get rome sort of education to fit them for earninp ;. livelihood. i now M-eking entry to these two schools would fill another srhc*'. Hafrltui College Ol 1 be hardly more than 120 admitted because of the limited number of places and 480 will tie lefl ii ti %  ubUc commission, this is It. lurhenro In %  :. %  %  impossible, u* systematic record]•',, nigs of future aeUvUlea are k< • I reason to believe that it will *,| r "^ g Clarke SecretaryMr i last week was caused by be poaatbln lo work out u teehi, ', llano Awiirt-4ni tnuiJuLj J' the figures i Iqus of interpretation wruoh w. -uSixSJSW; Hid bscause there seems to bai I warning to be f! t^hJ rr "*" ttW: S4x i tool. The Engineer dMuxbsncet may result (' h SA A n AHJ !" 1 I r i, nlders spent much time strait. .„. | n nrd< r > D. Alleync end I T. — adequate detailed informa' nanenarj to %  i. ding stations i A did and %  ^ ill be to %  I the islands lo eismic i tool. aiders ting out the matter, but they did. < ptai I oiiadalion It soams to teal UM School. .iimated I ou-ll because ol %  -.iiooU. This delay na %  driving boys, .uld bav* gone . rlarrteaa Col, be detecLfd. Observa"•niinuous phenomena y and the %  i i tin %  ... '. earthquaka ibock will be Unuouely recorded by auto. by a %  the 1, on Coiiii (. ollegy. the pi ibu en> (sruntcd Letterb M Vdiniui-lraliim At Friday's sitting of the t otarl Uary His Lordship Mi. Jll ! %  G. L. Taylor gianted Ibe Joyce O. Thompson of Culloden ltou foi 1. it, o| %  ition to th.i i John Matthew Belling. A Faliner, instructed ii R. I < baiaaaan "t Mecsri ('arrington 6> Scaly. ~5olirlUu>. etitloner. %  ., (how I* .1 IL. .,;u y :• ,luca,, i,l the eitabllshment of more schools like that at Richmond. will be %  _„, a, Thomnv f,' Bl H UK of !" j "l~rvi. Jm. The petitioner la the %  ;:; ", ,h0 ""lion, b Attomp, in p*bU „r eiiebiiahBUaiark Smith kd, a luniiet tvclopnienl and ElaBfl —•""; .! w.lta.iiuiiu. and do '"e rtU of the Revd. Cano. i >t PnaiAlfred Jamo. Walker. Lite ol A. Colonial "" %  .|i.i Mapp Hill and Haggatt on Juno 25 .ma wa^ inat iiQem .1 lloaptui urug in* Rcetdeni toUowing Dr. A. ;. Cato performed tho ix.l morr. %  i iiu' injuries rrToppni of St N Crlch%  tow of I) era also. dmlttad to probate. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD., BRIDGETOWN Decree Absolute Pronounced In the Court of Divorce and | on Friday His Lordship Mr Justice G. L. T.iylnr pronouneed die Decree lute in the Matter of R. A. :he. petXUonar arlri K. O. .iiihe. respondent. granted the 30Ui May, Tho i %  peered In person. t'4'iti.\' WITH REDIFFUSION FOH ll I llll LUri'KNUVC llvur it nl Trafalgar Stri'vl. ACCIOKM A I BLACK ROCK PETITION OF COOPERAGE GRANTED jnd the \ lab win realise that lomethlng % %  to have been dona long .i:i> in rhei* **"_ the case of the Alleyne ethool II nd %  t vomt raj underatandlng ai p.m why a new clabornte M-hool wai 26th July, 1W2. eaae M otin %  U tue G L. .miTion %  %  i the Uarb-oV^ Cooiier.j bacama In%  Limited :" eonfirrn a Special vt.ivwi in JII ,t,, of t hr con ut it Memorandum of I I H %  mm I Act, 1910. Mr. :'>'! dnv. n by 3 %  : \... %  %  | v Mestrs % %  %  • % %  Si Jo ;. 1 tie Cat ord & Co Solic 'ors, Broorna .... behalf ..f • fl .ll Ho.| eeaaaeeeeeeaeeeeaaeea 1 A, pig Ch ken Maddles S'A t Com I 01 Chocolate (, %  %  I.. M Ul,V Onions Kctrhup Chutney M i" %  a Chutnev Lsanea .. l'kgs Jellies Prune-ll H;,.Ina Golden Arrow Rum fflUONS A #'.. i.Tlt. Roebuck Street Dial 2072 & 4502 ia>aeaaa e a >aaaeaaaaaea4aa>eeaa. MR. PLANTER WE IIAVI. SHOVELS • AGRICULTURAL FORKS • SICKLES • PICK AXES • HOES • WHEEL BARROWS ROPE IN ALL SIZES BOLTS IN ALL SIZES GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES P.ICKriT M'KEKT (Oppos.pPost Omrel 'PHONt 4918 FOUR FAC that (pJwJtedL ljouui CO/L: *ss* t-.iftBK^U to a new sUndard uf aulomnhn<* ts ihr HVI SIM: IIItFAM CAR In ether trarda Ihe r o v I I < IMIIII.,1,11, Hi i ..II. i i.tian of II.M net. Iu*ur motoring. And Ihe price of our new -.hipnient ? li\ DOWN! The CONSUL is now S2.675 Oflite MM Charles McEnearney & Co.. Ltd. ..patted m -keeps oil % %  \ 11 '* rs*-* ***' I "Ox.dat-on ***f. &**; a ,o,ds aaan*- * m L T^ hW*L oS aUovS 1 -*-* l0 04 !L^*i y///////////////////M S ^ SOL youA. £AAD (Dealex, JocUuj.'! (!!^ESSO STANDARD OIL Ask lor Eiso Extra Motor Oil. the best oil your money can bay.



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    -I MHI It I S .'II. 1952 SI SI.AY ADVOCATl I' V(.F TI1IF I IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only Nl'l I I \l OIIIIIS rlt..r..iil „uli (INM MI, ill rONO—Tin!, I2:i I.in 1 ....1...1 -I..I:II.III iiii %  I,..., um I....V...I sii.nh.lll „illi ChMM Mil.II .*! I.KINKINC STRAWS Vr,.i.,i,i, Sail 11. ...in,, is.Urn .11 — ."ilHI (KM phi, *" .72 \ %  .1 ii.lr ~,Uil In M i.i.iiu.i.. Sm.ll 41 11.kill It. MI — l_.rm.S* VI STOUT :lll .26 U.I.-.I ll-inM..II :i D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street milOHS Of fAMIlllS agin with uintiH, finding, rhof \\YCCA5V %  • l f |H....I.,.,M %  I" Ihr Ula Rlnc Crow VI Gordons Stonds SuptetHZ N/ CLEANS YOUR TEETH ^CLEANS YOUR BREATH V HELPS PREVENT DECAY forayi bfwih r mf !•••. right niii i • alinj „,.,, COLGATE DENTAL CREAM A1VNOUN CEMENT mmmm\mmtmmmmm AUSTIN A.70' HEREFORD NOW $3,400 We are happy to announce that the Austin Motor Co., of Eiu'.l.inil have reduced the price of the Austin 'A.70' Hereford 4 door Salooii, enabling us in turn to reduce our .selling price of this popula.ear from $3725.00 to $3400.00 This New Price is now in effect. ^miMii ECKSTEIN BROS. BAY STREET



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    PAOI I in i; 11 I s -I Ml\Y UIVOi Ml SUNDAY. Jl'IY 2. l32 CLASSIFIED ADS. p,m,c SALES ri "" r < !" 1>iXW ^ E HE ^ s l S HIPPING NOTICES ICLCPHGNf250 THANKS Cl VBhl %  ii. bag %  < on In* (Wain or -1,*.. Hilai Clarke %  1 Queer. -<• BOBBBMI Mlllicer. C!rkr Jlflwyr. Cl .1* •.vlvia InW %  'd 'l"l*V tfmndrtlMrw %  11—lr. ion KALE AUTOMOTIVE ..t-:i V*lo* IBM OtW grlTSO a MBf Garage REAL ESTATE \T -I \ni l M l fronug I % %  ...lb .. ,.ldu..Venial .rid km* •toad" T*. Main W.lr Ble.lM.lt.. UM about B 10 *q II -o.iM ronslde* seltlr.e i virAv dial DM Apply -Landfall' Lane. %  %  *• ipattri. •ate Co *. A % lilt HELP NOTICE UMuMI vlallor. and Anlin A IKlttlOil M ai.H nnrMl Itn %  %  CnaWUM >i i Holder la i.-j BB ; %  \o, B WO mile* Available Telephone 3t14 leggjs sug*r-de Lux* x *• M* caah. beet oT*r. bought claae order. If T 3 HA.OSIC tnioi An-niiPeti flts m j Albion" Lode* (Foundation < -* Unable at Qua.--. Collage, a. fro., frpUmfcfl 1? %  rKi m wi Ml condole ; i ""l"-'l mllo reeding HMO mil*. battery and) I VIM m A-l condition, price I.oao M ; % %  .%  Mar ot an at l i (infold SI .'-< • is 7 aa->> AR VsuxAall Velox in A I ...ndin Only row 41 for Mill' OtnH i Rice. e H Rice at Co lit M 1 f.n CARS Austin A 40 l %  tood canIrndrd In* tuner.'I IN MKMORIAM And took him homa ReBBemaeird hy Mra FOR HI. VI HOUSES AMreruva seaside Plat main road U* tltifft, comfortably furnishH-ia. 0|>*n Verandah facing N* Suitat BBJNCA1 • i i BunaaioM. lliiatrd Pin* latr.i tairatog Wiir.uih. Drawing and Dining ROOOM. two Bedroom.. Water Toilet and Balk. Kitchen Dal nil V P Birgaas Bella C.ull> IS T M—An llflj A t --rir.il DON'T MIBfl TMgflB -A Bad room Stone Bungalow. to Adm.r* all Modern Cors Now Sea Going I'w-i £f • New 1 Bedroom iparlly Stone' Bunga. Bach applici low. alaa a R*eid*nee to Adn.iie Omn or near relative of a 1 Under SJI 100 BY NAVY OAI laned circumstance* Very Desirable* Bedroom witn aMains A A|>plic.ii,.,i. ,„ „ll„i Ci.pbo.raa, It inch Alooa Bwwalaw Thr Secrrl.rv Albion'' I .in, -i A. I *i> I lib '"p. Oovt 1 Ranialn. Very Low Ootna Under CtJOO C M> lor Almoat -t.ythln* In Heal EMale l-*-l Batata Aernl. Ilftat"HERN! HAV COTTAfir I ri—li Id perchaa ol land at Land • End. SI UKhael Klactmand wati ... I.:I,,| PlItaUSON TRACTOBJV-Juat arrlvad \RAOE Dial Ml* ii I'.TERY CAHAOr HI IfOtuUI OIPTOI 0 SALOOM, fafel %  only 1.70b mlloa and ft* nev. O.n-1 '.irrhfttod i-im-r car A bargain a1 U "00 no tMal UIA. COURTTSY (iAPAGK .J.u. Water. Elortru-*. Very be-.ween ihi %  <-• or II and "*i" renldlnd In Barhftdoa ara roquorted In ral< at n CiHiaulata fru-Ti Julj 1 to SL. I9J l DI S*lm S-nrlce Heaiatratlon under the Unlveraal Military Tralnln* ServiAM. All mala Cltlirna of the filled "tataa %  no attain the aS e of IB yean eubarquant to July SI, IBS1. air require.! to rasutar upon the day thev attain the eiSMaonih annivcraary of thday of llwlr birth, or within Sv* dan that aafter For fuitlier InformatMn. con lull (he American Cumulate. Brld|etown, Barbadoa H i SS-I f D MISCEIXANhOlIS KANTTfl TO BSNT HUNilAl-uW Il-.roe Room Bungalow B.luated on aea Coi.il Haitlnaa. El. Lawrence or Rorhlau Lena Lewae pi'lerred. from Oclubee "I Edw.rdT ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. BAIUNO rBOM i i BUPC in IM I,, KLBOEB MS M IULEMSTAD. Um Audual ifBl BABUNn ro rtUMUBAB. rajKAMABBBO *S llllil-M f.| I \>. V ^TOK Bin AuBu.1 IBU j HONAIRE. StOi AuaniM IBU *ll IM. Ml IIMMI.M, A i I K\l \U l HaaTTIA. 22r.d July IBM KAILINO TO TRINIBAD I fWTHIE. IftTh July IBU r Ml MON. BON 1 CO in Af.ala Tne M V CAR IRBE E will a.ept Anbdua. SI KMU. Moatarriftt. Sallina July IMS It.T.I C.ENTIJEMAN iiP...I... tl.-t ., trtval* home. •! HaatlnBa Near (lubi and Bavanrifth. no other g lBffd. BIB IB 7 U hi Street, at I K a HUmilNSON a> HANFTEI.O • 7 An l.inil* HOt-'SE One boarded and houae IB I* arlih ahadroof, and all out offlcaa. Newly puUl H/ Ihe Uland Apoh to Ml K %  11 %  •< %  Hoad iShopliacpari I 7 In Sin Austin iwo i lUitin A 4t Car Telephor Srotl Alo Ltd l-l:ol-|3ITV Pi iiln, %  *. i..|..-t> 'u particuU St I .13 Ii NOTICE PARI-M M HKi.r ,|! %  ( %  %  • %  BOM I t ln.pn I KKDarrUSlUN Offrri II SO eaab lor each now Bubaerlbar racommendad b> you. I T I*n SUPPLEMENT YOUR R* nroaunnidim: RaTDirn-SION obtain full partlculara froan the REUirKL'S.L'N oBli-e ITU—Bo H A Talma. 'elchea Chrti' IS : bi i'IWlNTV-rn'B DOIiAA-. %  %  'torn Ratliffuiion for U nrcommem;*. tur-a In one calendar montn i 7 M '.., c iiiiiiiliiin Niitiiinal Slnaiushins t MONEKA -I. tn I. K.tl. St Co 1 f ft Bib lii NOTICE ordora for tho iipprcclala II If led will •uniinunlcau their rtaaU r aaBaBBai to u. Iiwaaadiaaaly Bak| U.ECTKIC'AL il Charn. l cki 1 Chrl.l i nuirn. on the publk rt...d faclnc anI trance to Saawoll Aarpori :u MH aquara foot of land faclaaj Laa |pahmaa at RoctUa*. Chnm Church I MI square foot of land at outlier ol 110 voita Crumpton A Conrtltution I ,. Beat o* nd ckaaiwat n->lv avaklabla. Electric All Ihe above lond I'li-ne 4*71 'ins Mr Tn. .HI i Baaaaaa) %  IBB i..., .. II T.I (-A It TUB IT t-inanj ajuWf n<.m I k|#J|ai I I I I "KIN*. I BM *I*S. %  dte. 81 l*r're Itabla llr 1 onlj Available July 18th ohward PTi.r.r Bn fSoO. oi watl iub ta H %  OU Coloured luhea bftUaat* holder", itarteta. e*c in 1 iwn at ElrctrW S-le. t i tin II 7 U—*n IfYTIII. ri in i pd aen-buthli -iiitahic DM larsi %  lice a A|.|>i llnberl r<-lephone Bill ihrd frerni Hi p Umb. JOHNSON B Pollfthci f %  or leim. pnoii' IS %  > %  1 %  Ma!* A T-i Rnon Maod l Chaaaoaii U THE1AB-NV II %  llnrd home from SI M ... 30 7 W 1'. REALTORS LIMITED AUCTION SALE AT llSt AM On Tuea.1 II Ub llllel. W HI %  lliook*' reHUl. Khiii .' %  • Drawln. r* ihnli* and carved pedeatat Ahtra>. birch table with enamel top. ona ama'l '1IG|III.I lib la. palmed duuim IWM p, ona •lennaona double bed. wilh ibarkir.il -pi.n, inl.li trul %  items of %  .mi i tabld. pift'iOBany client of erorled. malm it„n* bunSBloW. in Bond .nuditi.i:. Michael. 2 milaa fron In NOTICE in l l l II UM i OMMI NIIV BAD tND II \t l\.. I II I Ii -I ANIIBI W l':irotnu|l -• for Picnickinn and aiiernoon enlei IBM F.n d — HIM ll III.II s.\i.i:s i Trunk in <>a-! | Hull,,.,.... H~. IS T M—Jn IIIIIWI QUEENS COLLEGE AUCTION nina* haui< DaLuai olth ON -id 1-apaod chauilerai Two f if kup Heada %  naadaa worriaa. In aBbraclive waamui .-Idnata. A limited uanUA/ anl> MAFFEi j, CO II.-ii , LTD •r underalgnrd Will offer for ule al i office No IT MiBh Street, on Friday SMh July !• at 2 pm. by public w .b.pmant of Uarrard competition, the DwelUnahoua.. known iad Automatic Chandrra at f.lervllle'' atandlnl on 2BM aquare Maffri A Co Ltd Radio Em'"t of land at Uoire Strrrt. Brllrvillr. .St Michiiel Tho Umellim|ho>iie contalna Kaller... diawliiB* and dining rooms. Iwo bedroom i, ton* with running water*. phoning *r7 Ear further (wticulait and eondlUodB ..( aara a pply to COTTtE roaar—d *.,..i .. %  Ali.r.BIc Ho,..,. „t Tamo. 1. I -tl Land ronsed at ten -i Wedn-eo,'. lid Jniv Caari on in. f.-,n ,.| th< • 'i A i candldulo* %  'INDER THE IVORY HAMMER I 'ion* ncaived in BMJ .1 1 CATTOIID A CO Sola 11 T Ii RErRIOEJIATORS—-7 i %  inr auaranteo. n food and He compart I TREVOR". Black Ruck. V ,-on I a aoateahle bungalow-typo Bli UllnB>ii Ro>ai Uorago LU Trasfthon* hauae. alandina dn I rooda 3Q pa re bee. al %  rrid-y, U f -\,un Van. 1 BM1 Auli.i Car. j in avifeii worki• %  urdot Teimslli i VINCENT GRU-riTII. I* Aiictlooear I?! %  S-4n I, ONI III ITtKilllAIHfc %  land. .....i-i.ii. and .limn* i IIIIIIIIIB .arbla-tiled sraa I iliilll-lull 111 m Ctna i I VK BATTERY SETS-Jiut I*. led rl.-. IIADIO I Vl'OUIl M IMiaf) fctB sand .,1.1.1 ...ii Dial It 7 SJ-3n ^ laasdaj i | IAYERSUjirard Two ModelsMB) to an i. yours now IleMrlc Sale &f Ml lT.T.aS—4n and. on ground B*RtL braablaal roean. waaHi Ac Baa Hiss Ry, Qa> W.'i-i UIIIUI-I Csai *.*.. ai"'l'w orchard, in apucloua *ftid. The houae and outbuildings have lull lam repaired and painted n. In aim Ii. III any day ixccpi Sunday from 10 im to 4 p.m. on application lo she Caretaker on the prcmiaca I I Hood M perches of Land Oppoalta TREVOR -1 Mack B.-k Th* .hove properties will be Bet up for -ale lay Public Competition nl ui OBks. Jam** BBMgl August al I pm. YtAHWOOD A BOVCE. Ill SS--Tn 11 'KNITL'RE IURNITVRE ix^blWardxiba. SVal i alAT M tBd Uiaa-ii.t rabbi • %•• aoltd panel Bedstead. Bedline Motria Itnind Now I OH Sill MISCKI.LANKOLS CIsYTIIANTUB BULBS >. Australia, otrialnftble at BWol • | DniB Store. Ltd • ench. 7 M INDIK THE DIAMOND HAMMER I unl -II i, a BBl Wa rtn sado. noxt SSr July fr(iniim| at HJt -VliA-fc .tl era*, vilea. near Crane nolal. ** PhiUp an rtiUro BM ra wkkn meludaa p niitott aria a*d ebabr, .u —.. M.iog dtnmg table and • cl.an., ng f.ibl. and • chairs, Sidobonrd. tea Iroiloy. Indv'i dark, painted %  %  iiallrMB. hairs. kiKhrn uteiv i tare and other Item, of Inlercsl i-ll DARCY A SCOTT. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER iy. 23nd b. kind pernilasion Hi 1 .• will Ml 1 .< h.de. Table Upright Chads. it Tables. i lira all in Mahog . %  ire* and Psintim (Oleum, 1-arge 3 ml Mud. Press Vanity Table v. llh Tin t and Mattiaa*. M T Waahatand all In Mahogan> i .mvat Cut. l*rder. Kit, bej |ffaj / I.l.RYNV. Iv 1 AI.LEYNE. Leonora Vatai 1 ARCHER. Ida PatrH-ia BKI.IX. Ilainrt Yvonne S. BEST. Brands Pamela BILATHU.AITE. 1 PIIAT1IWAITE. Marline 10 BRATMWAITE. Sli.iiev Nadln* blluOKER, Barb: -K1AN. Myyna Maigarat 11 c A DOC! AN Yola Cnrr-me Oertrude II. CAI.LENDER. Doborah Lucille i vT.UNTJER Maureen Odoasa C OfcaV Anna Clare 17 CRAOXiS. Brenda IB COX. Janml" HkHBATCM Mi... ill CUMRFIinAr MS *. B t:<>NBAL>Va>. Venus Barbara %  11 KINO. Rosaline Enise M : EM IS. Irene Adcli* 17. LEWIS. Shlrlo. Evoii M LUCAS. KbdbM Htllrietta Glenn H i -, MII Olorta %  MAJBBKALL. J"V VAHSIIAtL Joyoa Celeale UAIUMALL, Margaret Ann MASON, Valmal JaneUi MAYERS. Juil. A MAYNAHD. Dorcon Naomi MURRELL. Ulian Owendolv MEDTORD Joy AnBela I'lKiHlM, J.idi l.Mill PROVERBS. Frances Ann i'i 11 >. I >i. i %  %  Pott at If M %  %  HaMnral JaaaagUBC itositii Barbara %  PFUNOEB tlloria Amorel Yvei Anita s.jl ,11 •BhaatM-n II.in .i T/.Y1-*. Joan Mtetam 1-..VI..H. V., „l„ Ele,n rmiMi"%  TlenltPi: Barbara Hi-m WARD. Penelopo D*ihloii WEATIIKRIIEAI). He,.uier WlLKIMBON, MolBRrattfl CLabafl YAJvTJC, Mu'lel Ve.iillii. TaVkfaWOOD B*H MB Y* aTlBMi 10 7 ii-"< I Aliv i; CANADIAN CHAXaUCNOElt l-ADY Nl CANADIAN CRUfSSat CAS VHI v %  .i ;,•.>'. VOBTIinoi M, II %  %  AN UHAM i II ,i : %  NQI R IADY Nl i %  alls galls y...Uf.nl Maui., n Juki M July July 4 Aug. It Aufl Aufl • Sept IS Sepi Rapt I Aiit 11 Aua;. :J A id Jdty • Avg > Sept. ffcHR BBJs-ls ) Aug 4 A UAug IS Aug. M Aug. Aull SBept 4 g.,; IT Atpt IB Sept *4Sapt WBapL Arrlsaa Bi '..a... 7 Aug 13 Aug *. Sept. B OB* IK Or' AUB H A.. St Aug Id s*pt IB sS J Oct I Oct. ii on St. III.. SB Aug WA-i II Sept. SB Sept. S Sept. 11 Oct. II OM II Oct. SI-.....-.I IB AIM 2 Se).l 14 Sept XtSept 2 Os, 14 Oct 14 Oct 4 Nov. M lather perUcalarv apply laGARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Af enU. 5 lmm Si4rtt J : Booh' Mlnrral Sslta to* i %  •mi.-. Ilorsn., OOB*A EHMost animals in Darbados X suffer from deficiency <.t S minerals in their food X Bd-sU' Mindif Minrral SgJts 4> IN' highly riTommi'tiiii'il for this. V* fe. | Uaj, Boots' < hi. ir„,.lull TaliinBody odours. Tsbirh for l/ JUST RECEIVED EXICDAIVP Lblings of Good l'U PrsB-irty and l and Always Available FOR SALE dining roons. imoo-l. kllalioii detached Baragn and seivanfi quartan Pleaaant garden wall %  aid out with lawns and bordons Ol flowering aliruba— E1.7J0. COVE SI'HINc; HOLM JAMES Ona of the law properlias on this popular o oaat ulth i. complcbrly private and seMuded bathing baach. Th. grounda of about |*i acre* ara well wooded and could readily bo converted Into one of Ihc show places of the Island Th. house is of I storey i and possesses noticeable II. GRAEME HALL TERRACESRecently built 1 atorey houaa ronatriM-led of stone with eve rite roof Large living room, gallory. 3 bodrooma, kitchen. laundry, 1 t rooma and garage VILLA VTCQUE. ST VINCENT Utaui.iuiiUUiaiod nouse built i>f local stone willi magnificent new. onlv ri'j miles riom Kingstown. 100 yards Aquatic Club Beach will, excellent swimming I bedioonia. 2 bathrooms, lars* lourute (XI x li>. verandah tSu x it', and usual outbuilding* etc SKA PORT. ST J AMES—Cara(Lilly re-modelled 1 stony hour* it one of the most a'.tractiva altar i Uih> increasingly popular area lutiful coral sand Peach and aid* bathing Dining rooan. '. irrandnhs on both floors. NEW BUNGALOW. RUCKLEY liu .. home with 3 bodlargo Li* mt room, wide riilah with good view, kitcban. SWEETFIEI.D. St Pete— An Estate typo house built of atono Contains large living room wit i windows leading ooW Bdtni rBB ol rcupted h. I RESIDENCE. • tiki-r i in ks it (• %  RIB' lOINOATION MBOCIL lowing appiKunt* I ihe School IBU. Seplam* ,,. ipfii r.ir-m. and or Guardians i ual IIIUKKS lh* Haadniisi Mono-IMR September. Ia. M i BYNE. Ja. i AKI'-INGTON CARTER. H-ines snana ULARKE. En"" %  rnaaU r:\i-K llltAYTK HI.HFH Aflgala i (1AKCTA. Losalda GASKIN. Myma IlrH> I..ITF\S Barbara Ckdildo ... 'I !.%  QRAHAM '' %  .-%  %  • %  HINDS. Angela HennMta %  ll Sonla KXranor [jiurlne AnIU SLDfCK. Mean Jaoqi I.KA* "vK I.U. W> PAHR1S Betir RoaeWa IMixiitlM Valerie Bltne I havf not worn thum myself, but believe me. ^ %  dita have I old me that "Taylor-Woods -if> GUsaM 15 denier hose they hate bought from me axe so comfortable that they feel they would never take i* o them off. Kur elegance dependability and up to the £ £ vary last minute look ii is impossible even to match them. As the Chinamen would say "Come! Look! SeeJ Mad you will surely Buy." Wf have theri with Self Colour or Black Seams. Wj also have another make and remember they are i not 60 and 15 denier as well too. The Public I kimw very well that when A. E. Taylor lythtng, it has to be Rood. Therefore my 9 .ulvicr to \.>u la -see these elegant Stockings before S buying elsewhere Thev arc made for EVERYBODY S alone. \ Another item we have just opened and which HITS X the H a lovely assortment of $ S reasonably priced Night Latches, Padlocks and Door J \ Looks. Da cheaper than any other S Store in Bridge t o w n. £ A.E. TAYIMH LTD. SO Dial 4100 where ; Qualities are HIGH and Prices are LOW! I S & : RENTALS ksa.es fa* rani REAL ESTATE AGENTS At'CTIONEERS BUILDINt; SIRVKVORS Phono 464S I'Untatlona Buildins aaa 3 badrooi&a. kliohgn, atot*> rooma and usual outbuildings. garage and servant** quarters Approx 2'. aeraa wall laid out grounds with right of wa* ovoi NEWTON LOD.--E. MAXWELL COAST-Colldlv conau-ucled stone nous* containing an closed galapacious drawing and rooma. broakfaat rooan. 1 1 aaragaa ale lattory r U.S. ~ Batata* lONTABELlat—i e wun s*ll ooalaioed adjoining Main houaa ma Urge living and broakoorna, 4 upstairs bedrooms. offices, gaiage and servants I. Anne.,baa wide verwidaA. living room. Z roomy brdrourna and garage. Good investment i rgg. snsn pertUtogether with spprov 4 iflers citlier a* a *riole or -f-i-lelv. WINDY WIIIOW-. lilOSPECT. — JAMES—Soundly constructed n bungalow which contalna a spacious livina room. 1 large and I small bodrooma, es.ellently placed verandah directly overlooking the aaa, downalairs kitchen. servant's roam. and storeroom* Otter* Invited LYNCHBUnY DELIXVIIJJE — FVoaanUy e'tuati-d 1 storey houae ulth good around* of about ll.SOt •q ft 3 gallant-, large drawing room, dtnmg room, study. w*fl r.ltad kitchen. 3 double bedrooms. garagr and muni offices Offer* required, under 3,000 would be eonstdered. BEMEHSYDB. ST LAWRENCE —Slrongly built coral stun* bungalow spacious airy rooma and it-llcrtcs Accommodation comprises:— separate drawing mid dining roorrtb. 3 double bedrooms. large kllcfien and pantry. 3 servanla' rooms. garage and fernery Thu property n ntuated on th* best bathing beach at St. T-awr.nce. la within eaay reach of Town by bus or car. and tn our opinion would be vary suitable nersinu into a am* 11 guest RESIDENCE, THE GARriEN. WuHTHiNO— Uodarn coral stone biiiuialow on comer sit* with wide frontages pleasant garden With flower beds. lawn, concrete terufnbcr oF bajikVlal fruit re-s Accomiriod.il' SOTaBSt % %  B Uvlng room, coscred gallnry. beoreorju with built-in waraklUhen. garag. ray to houae. ant'a quarterr and all usual 0* All public utility service* i property carrlea our hlghaet •ndallon. BEACH PROPERTY. ST LAWRENCE—Well placed house with 4 badroorn J large living mom and galleries Excellent sand' beoch ai-.d rood bathing. Pull detail, on ..pp. "-.Hi on WYrtTJOVER. ST, PETER-—This country home with over *' acre* containing productive \ e*e table and Sow.r garden*, also a large orchard has been (omplcVeh p.cdernised by th. preerrit owner Thar, are 1 wide verandah*, drawing and dining moms, 3 .loubl* bedroom, with waihbaalru. in.dern kitchen. Uiimlrv ParVfajHaT rooma and garage. A property of distinction MALTA. St Piter Modern coral -tone houaa or rxtlona!1> sound consti urtlon ratenauve and re-decoiallo-i lust been completed The ample dimension!. i wide verandah* with I floor Contain* S garage*, large store room* A servants' quaMrn. ground of about '. of an acre ana wall laid out -nd fenced. ratai A mo and h 1*1..'



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    SUNDAY, JTI.Y 2o. MO 3CMDAT ADVOr.lTX I'M.: i : GOVERNMENT NOTICES Attention Is drawn lo the Control of Lumber Friers (Defer.*-' (A^mendmentt Order. I9U, No. 2 which will be published in the Off). I i] ("..ir-tic of Monday 21st July. 1952. 2. Under tins Order the m-ximum n-Uil nttBg pHn Of Mrrchan cubic Spruce 1" x fl" —II". 8' assd up u as MlM COLVMN ONT Artirle Merchantable Spruce I" x •*'— M", 6* jnd up (basic size*) .. S296.00 per 1.000 board feet. I (il I M\ TWO f)i*lnry Eeuil Price ?9ih July. 1952. ?. ? tt—In PART ONE ORDERS 1IFIT -roL Ihe .del f U.,d ] __ i wilt be held on Monday* 51. Wed and Th.ir ** Jul SI. and %  >•> Wed 6 -nd ft-iMk) 1 AM U V I. D Skawaa-Co*. Major sour. Adj.... !" The Bai-n^o. Hpflir.r:.iV OTIC B There_ aill ba n Mr Ueel.nr of Ihe OfBcer.' Meo at U hrK.f M Snt fa Ho I WO bUUiATJO* JUGIMZNT TABT II ORItrK grum. NO M 1 KTBENOTH IMMA.t TM Pie flaaiy. R N TI .. Saatv. H A Attaatvd and TOS Retfimertt US .. BmlUl. C C waf 11 Jul M ill ., Cumbarbaich. w r raoorio<. lit Col Kill, H.C 1 loinMed SJI wel 11 Jul .SI ai i c 8poo*<. r. Promoled Cpl wef 11 J..I OT IV H..r II C Promoted WC wef II Jul W •miNi.rN nrt-at \i IIS Pie Hii.booo.. R U wel II Jul U. 1 IMH Pie (tarkr J W Ou. 14 daya S/Le.vr wef 13 Jan M Sjl Cada". W 'ltd T rt^yi dai.nl Leave w.rl l Jill M M. U D. SKIWII-COX, Major. The Baibadon Rrtimellt \ U \M IMWl riM M M Mm: ODNMCaYVAnON LHnWMtOflL, MPAatlMBNI 01 IOIII l 1 it Kl iMD POaUarTRa*, IMIMINI.'A %  atiuifcajf, iVpurtrTHTit ol d I % %  Den on the followins kaTtnl • — Dullea: The Senior Conservation [natructor will be required lo carry out Meld inspection of Crown Lands and to rajpi RMIMn I liroiifhout the i tmmtmmmtm BtlKa I %  i-U,lated rate of Si.2u pei annum. \ CoM of Living A j been calculated in fixing this Suh.-. A I 1MB ptl nlfhi A inn working away front .iwigned headquarters. Transport Allowance ..t current rates aceordJlli I Regulations, if required to maintain means of transport. CondlHoHa f Appoinlmenli The post is under a Colonial Development and Welfare Scheme, and is not pensionable. Appoin'ment will be on contrail for the period commencinf from dale of appointment to BlM March. 19M. with right to terminate on cither side after three months' notice It i*. subject to the Colonial Regulation* -.n.i local General Orders in force. Fuc paaaasjar. Bra provided to take up ..ppointment and on satisfactory completx a Ol contract. Leave in accordance w.th local Regulations. Leave passages an Bal paid A single man would be preferred. Quartern: HoUsaflf Ul not provided Applications stating qualiticar feu and accompanied hv two recent testimonials and references should IK* addressed to the MaMlaHnaknl OiTlcer. Government Office. Roseau. Dominica. B.W.I. Applications from members of the Government Service of any Colony should be transmitted through the Officer A'ir:ni'termg the nit of that Colony. 20th July. 1952. 20.7.52.—In. We'll soon have that better with VACANT POUT OF CHFMICAL PATHOUKilST. DEPARTMKNT OF tHt: GOVERNMENT BACTERIOLOGIST AND PATH()L lOltrMKV DOMINICA Appii. Crown i^uids la Department of Agriculture and Forestry. Dominicn II W I on the billowing terms and conditions:— Pullr* | I inCrown Lands Inspector will be required to undertake duties in connection with the sale of Crown Lands, settlement of land d Input* control uadar a scheme for control of Government lands. Emolument-*: Siilary in the -calc $1920 x $120—$2400 and a Cost of Living Allowance of 20% of salary. The point of arrtty to the scale will depend on the qualifications and experience of Ihe successful candidate Subsistence Allowance at the rate of $360 per night when working away from assigned hcadquuit* Transport Allowance at current rates according to local Regulations for maintenance and use of n motor vehicle Ml the pertortnancc Of ofBclal itiities. CaSMUtttia a* Apoeinlmenl : The post is under .. Colonial Development .urn WelfauBctV not penBionahli' Appointment will be on con %  parted luiiin.emu ; from data i apOtnttnenl to 31st March, 1948, with rig it 10 terminate on either side after three months nottfli [1 I to the Coloninl Regulaimnand lOOl fJOMTal Orders In force. Free passages .. %  up appointnianl and OR Mtlgtai torj < %  mpaOtaOtl i I %  ontract. Leave in accordance with local Regular Leave passages are not provided. \ ..' %  be oieferrcfl. (jmrters: Housing I not provtjlad Applications lUting td b) two recent testimonials and ntftn the Establishment Ofllcei Government Office Roseau, Domlnlea, B w I Applications from mem tiers of the Government Service of am Colony should be transmitted through the Officer Administering tin fernment of that Colony 20.7.52—In .oughing,S trangling Asthma, Bronchitis Curbed in 3 Minutes ny.u fT attacks nfA-OTmjor J.T7 hMaai >i>u h\ n i. tn-w li"i>toe m In ; Ml NUACa V" ... no i'-' %  i %  lumlier. All > afoefe. .:h your Uloadaldlns unim• %  HIKI raanova i 1 %  _'.-. %  ,~\ %  ,,. .1 %  e-p IhHr-t Main • ..I • faal }*ari J.IMICI %  N. AMhM U 2 Y—. MI.N]>A:i.inatonl)>t>rlni^almif .-unroil and free ) % %  • %  ha l>ul bullda up (h* arnam lo wartf raiu'a %  iiacka. For imtan'o. Ur. .oust HI. rhi'klnf and itlranal %  I -1-eii.eip.flp.l tn .In MKNIlAi'Oaloiiped A-lhnia apaam nlrln i.n 1 ha hahad nuna attM ie iba iMrel/ well ruiiv >ari*n> %  !-ill lll|V|OI [' I %  udsy ... i %  Mendaco '•' "v,'2 After the Play "THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST" MANY OP THE PLAYERS WILL NO DOUBT RECEIVE BOUQUETS FOR THEIR FINE PERFORMANCES THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS MOTOR OIL is \Ls \s orrsi IMH\*. t'l.uianuiit #v *#s unit Mr. GERHARD IIALA Winner of Ihe International Tour through theAlps, one of Europe's outstanding enduranc.' lesls. USED VEEDOL MOTOR Oil. throiifilinut the above gruelling tour and reported afterwards as follows'— "As you know, I used your lubricating .,il Veedol during this qualifkatioti tour. My eoSfa* hM now been completely disaasembled iind I can, much lo my pleasure, report that despite the enormously heavy service conditions encountered, no damage was found that could have been caused by insufficient or bad lubrication. WHA1 You cut 1 for A FINE %  ve tlii*Mimi RECORD! protaeUoi by i i a %  11 w III' MOTOR OIL found wherever fine cars (ravel Robert Thorn Limited—Ayents |. T ea p n I r rv harsafal baewna Tea orffl ftas. au, hai GerasoUna drasn a*M din trass caaa, ihraaiuna, btiarera Bad aorta and aMaajlatea the growdi of new aasa. Kaaa %  of GeraaoJao* haady far tmsatt aaa. FOR SPOTS. RASHES, mm% IRRITATIONS, ASIUSfORS GBRMdONB sorths'at .. touch Wj m nscoraf naw. Youthful Vigor Restored In 24 Hours Glands Fortified ^•g^Fv by New Discover) %  v/i %  %  i %  i. ... .'-.'. "H aa nleaaato ol m^i.tr, nt,* p liamlaual awnai, n>itv>ii<\. %  ••! K r. !.' Mil.. 'rr tria if a> ^a•^ an kali IK. MtlMl vva >r %  itl-oial a inaiwl |l.i .. It. U>te u-ar. .nn .. ,,.,. lt .,„ae Bsr haa aerf' I ffaj IMmlo MMkalale fl.r.d art WT ; t..tHr I.U.I l.-m All *~ r..d la d, %  fl ii ia ia> m |IIM> i %  H %  %  %  aaj a % %  > a.II.I |ir.v<. ... ,i.ii. ..... K '\ JBJ # %  a\ I .mmaai.i-: .nib, InK f BialBfaSBa * fl • halai'.. .tiancn. >*'j ••!! ftrl andaet tfBfvlf ••. .„ d ',.' %  "•! inmutt laur j-f mvr.•• >n al.d. a %  Daclor Prai.ss Vl-Tabi %  a raw tanai i %  •mia a R.sulti Cuor.ntd .....in, ,.o?.ll. .. ...14 I... *hd lo.. .„ J1— ..,„ I .... J -Tabs Guaranteed IjUOBt A BLESSING TO MOTHERS! JACK and JILL COUGH SYRUP With Vitamin C STOPS KIDDIES COUGHS & COLDS In a l.llv — AND TASTES SO GOOD THEY BEG FOR MORE! MlHIIW ,ou*ll !•!• !>.• d ".l" %  ". %  •'n, MUfA '•>'•!' %  .• ..p^l.lly ...I >..ada lo —v. ht.l.l.r. voi.r Hlddl*. ...,.,. •(. n,.i,.r* ol couah, .nd -M. ih.i Halm „n ,n.l MM I.. Jmig, complk-allon. With JACK and JIM. Ilt*<. MM] %  oM. aiul l.a.1 looah. ao la.lar ll.ao vou woukl l-l.a.r po.,lhl* AM how lha lov. ill. piaaaanl la,.* ol JACK MM mi. /rS NfW. DIFFBRENT SAFF JACK and JILL l> P ami l> auarantea-J IS an>lhlnr *<' laWra >er trisi Ihorouahly laala Another famous Buckley Product JACK ai.il Jill H a uroourl nl HT lining It m -1. %  %  Lai thai gave SOU Itmhlay'. Mliiuie. Caiuda'a lairr.i -—I..,g ...i. B li and raid leined.. and i> a* fa.1 and •flrtUvt l Vuldie-.mid. aI Ml Mil re a for your 0n Ctrl a boMf JACK Sod Jilt TrillAV VACATION IrVIIU lit! MIIIIS $1560.10 NASSAU KOIMI I Kll • NEW YORK Five countries and three qreot capitols on one ticket'. Should you be a vacationer, casual about time, you stay as long as you like in the place that interests you most or where you have friends to entertain you. Your flight is swift and sure, your service perfect, no extras, no tipping, you get there sooner and stoy there longer what o perfect holiday CONSULT YOUR TRAVEL AGENT OR BWI.A LOWER BROAD ST, BRIDGETOWN PARIS rHM BEST QUALITY CUTLERY THE NEWEST DESIGNS IN A.I. PLATE % %  • In Carters ,r. Sets ol T. aim m Cases nf %  Di DM and Hall Dosen each, you life lirre These ore suitable GIFTS for the young bride. ami vrrttl prices ttrkr) Hi over>' pocket. jflr i> V.III Uunt Q—illlj. rUwaya Simp at ... LOUIS L. BAYLEY Bollon l.iliiPlume .'IIW9 ...id \i|ii.ilir Club Bimlh I'l'iMilISII7 AND PEACOCK PAIi\TS si em >n ion All inn EXTERIOR FOREST GREEN PAINT 5 gallon — I gallon — 2 pinls ill Sil.'J'J |, •.illoii Slairkfd ill GENERAL HARDWARE st PPUES ^ ^Jltt 11.11 i^.M.r s^.l tlttlJ-CZSlVM a a 8 \ ...ll,, Li/.'/ •/ fitiUm't cJ'utt Cat* it \ s : ; • More Economical • More Comfortable • More Powerful &f --.% i r .mil nil iii. sfan' w a' vou'u l^ire." T New Shipment of these Famous Core ;: arriving shortly. BRIIIMI oy—Al AlBIVATa nmniHATloN I I Redman & Taylor's Garage ; Near Cathedral f ''.'.-/.•/,-,',V.'//j','-'///-''V.'/,V//.'-V,V,',','/.-/-'.V//A'.'.'



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    I'AC.I SIXTI -I Mi \\ \ll\ut I i l M NDAV. .11 l Ken Farnum Shows m Promise At Helsinki II 17* Af I'HI n Olympic Games m fn.r.i pjr 1 %  %  %  • penod. ,l fr.m nowhere ..ml ruTinini; around the track i Ukrn. i*ecn a In Liikli i n [th iiit Starfish \\ in Challenge Cup li\ J. G. PRO! IK GOLDFISH THE i KNOCKOUT Kv f\l VIM ,mv„ Ki n Farnum r '' • %  • %  %  %  N 11 ft. From Our Corresponden "Earlier this w< ek he (Ki and two d) ii. RFfli i i anevt r lhal WB auisl iimisiic because il is obvloui ih;^ Allcr giving the best times returned bv vai thru training. Our Corresp-duli-i %  I 1.1 i After uivinc the best times returned "bv \. ..m. starfish .engi? and K be pointed out that Kens time VU a sol,, tfl I ChaUJ ctip i •, (lib Am SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay others did Ih.'irs will) their tram nialf I .nig now*. ..llll Whl'll 11 I'I..TI -Ktl':. Ill not la-Kin until inly ntn ...... .„ .,!..\ l.u.h MI ovrr "3 *•• '" n, ... ..„. I.., th.s p3 ; "bly run into bctKr form. .1 at, aasd: "Sh. must over optimistic The standard at i, ,....,. ...el aal U i M amas Is ol the hi. .-.(;. i on it. prowhen % %  • talte ...to account that nrasanaa." ;:l win "* '"""* %  %  sine; ComSin ; i that to net Into ttio M U I... VSMSI I 11 n run be had hem d0 •he '"wards the %  %  I • | %  %  ni bed! track, probe1,1 %  '.:.. scheduled prnirr:.r Plryrr wat We lo i fn-m i.nri ur> "hf) friend*" win i | English before -he was polled off iilr >i %  %  %  %  in* caramon: "f lb* OlympU iK>rmn -houtd %  "plan fnr !' %  I) Since she H'd not •he (Uk If. When In'-r.i police MlPI IK. WH ItutoH of Exchange %  1*52 --II n, M M llIKH Mxu.* %  i %  ; I i>.i|id :i ,c Ti tl to pr TS t %  %  JO". p> %  %  I %  % %  I %  fd then Neither Queen's I UnullfM Convent i ii .. • hoot prW teams not Ix-in; Unnung und (textile water th.r D i %  iti %  p %  match Iron %  nd QoldAih did not Uialr irrmflth untU Uk Challenge Cup was out of their h. So SUrllsh Iwal them in botn tn win the • K %  %  VuuitJi 'Hr ..I %  i torn Ooldi S their str.mKlean Mr Kmn.>n Jill fiale. Itathara Hun Johnaon ami Joyce Eckstein— to (It. It lh Challenr. | h %  ..." ni Ambawad. n ' A ' ' ol % % %  Lory for n 1 %  %  Si: \m,,p i r..,.|. 7.rtT. t '" ""'• •"" : fwaitt "* lhe popular "-n. They pinned rrrgumim. II i (>< %  t ,,f St., tint, piayci Chandler, whn^ lorn t\i lrutiiMHi" ^DHC importance of Joeing Sarncsl A Con at EMPIRE THEATRE Thuradar Friday — M — IU k" MaUner Friday — ti — S.t am K Office open daily from 830 an MBMIC by The PolirtOrrlvvlra ....'. %  %  ; .i Ir.ini did tor "-' In England at .11 hope that his flforts nrlll not be In vain, and that when ':,. \MII have raturnad to thaee Clothes .ire n delimit l. Mil ;•! home und out-of-doors. Smartly styled in \uur individual taste, Kice Custom Tailori'd Slacks arc descrvint; ol an additional purtliaxo —perhaps (wo! Am one (or two) of the top-branded plain or ehreked. imported Sporls Shirts from uur i selection. %  %  %  C. II. Kit o if C. * m*m*m %  —* H .eetta M aei*** H uxinih. i>... H 'S %  Olympics Diary Hill. H .. ni QymnaatlcH. •A a.m. Bowing (lif.l'l. 10 a.m. Track and Flrld (high Jump, (in>' i|iuhtlciticin 11 a.m. Wrrnling t f r a • 1 p-m. v, Mai :: p.m. fnek and Fiald (100m., heat; 800m.. lioaw. dincn*, ladle*. final10.0000... final; 100m., 2nd btata. 400m.. hurdlcn. 2nd %  Mate I p.m. OymnahUcH. 4 p.m. Rowing (lieaU). it p.m. Hockey (fl -emi final miU'bw,. 7 p.m. WieMllng (free %  to/Ul. •...rooibkU. I "M/llli Mati I.,. Milf r .i i VeiwUqu* DtoxdulT. Msi ...I-.., M. Ai.i<.ni.i H Wi-. HlUan Huncal. Mi, I Church Services I : . ruura K i>.... i iil.tr Bvaomg Brr .si inn. %  s Vn parts, we Barbadian.'In p. v.. • Indiana ccueruliy. will >' > iu be nble to prep for him a hero-. t J md to acclaim him ih I West Indian eycllfl ol *J_ ,„,.,,, rroin l M %  %  %  i • i %  %  • MI i,i -. To turn now t. our endcavouri %  ' i K K .Id hi be Weat it of oui contlnfent <>f —' %  iwi i' nwi i %  moa „ Vi .... and took par) tl %  mi haa re%  *• %  -*ii %  • %  : ;• %  r m %  %  % %  are would have hoped fur-, bui i '' ..m sun awaltuig official romnv '" '*' k| 1 %  tit Ml D Ki i. i.t the loam. Up t 30.000 IO-IIAV Sunn*e S.48 a.m. Banatt \ s.20 p .m. Hcaa Laal |uarter. July 13 Mshlijix : ".00 p.m. Bart Tide : 1.52 a.m.. 4.44 p.m. Law Tide ; 9 !l> a.m. 0 itornad, and >t would i e i i what ha haa %  uu FI.'IH ii \s\ nd The .<;. Train T.iCMll.. %  I hi 111,1. %  p I ..... I.. I p III Mi M Hn.Aii II Another contliujani ol cyclitti M • tea whh h will b u B it n-u-lf"" "' "• %  %  Ung beglna on ths IUATLJUI I_I .. m Mr A cunt* '.'..i tha 4th and thr Otli. %  i.ikf the tour arc aa la n u '~ s ' A Claa* Cych _J p i nd Cartar I lot I. %  i '.ii Joyce Ma kaU, the lad) jrcUat wl ... but to the track at the l>et llI Soanoer. %  :ii be McD Lloyd, runnel, imu.*-. the UXlga OCOOOl rfc, f.li.-iiti ..utt... ... it.. i.,i-. whobrokatlk %  I "" %  %  |: "" "" %  %  in.tl Louis Lynch in the print' afJrr. %  !• N.alO. -III. K] ... with .ni othci In Jill Gale W ward with the knack and n ..cLnef of Brend.i Foster, who scored Uircc of the four, the game .. won. The standard of Ladu VflaaV quite U.i %  i-ulariy bcciiti %  i here being only I krl aa tha i beat the Ti i ""• %  mea around later hartM ,,, they wlU put up u good showtrut. 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    WHAT S ON TODAY I lh*I Urfca WW IPM Tor ih* futur* In I And lb* |M lhal 1 can do iEST£RD> ESTABLISHED 18 SATURDAY. ACt.UST 1952 IMpuM TW — eja Hn.ll. Full. Axflll>( 1 %  !> TuU in.... HER 8f CW'. %  ... Iran Charges That A.I.O.CV> Action Caused Hardship Government Prepared \ll\Ne\. Till-. \% III I I To Effect Settlement TEHRAN. Autf. 8. The Iranian Foreign Min ilei released trie text at u %  the Britiah I mpta at AiiKl"-luiiidi) Oil Company to prevent Iran aalllng oil. The null' complain* that economic difficultiai hava basel Iran due to tht* British firm's action and demands thai A.I.O.C. pay sums it allegedly owea It The text adds that government rs prepared to negotiate with A.I.O.C. for settlement of muiiul daimu Mther euNetl) or through the Iranian court. The note charges that should sueh measures fail to bruit; accord, A.I.O.C. must be held responsible. NEW rgfVEasrn Turf Club Handicaps The note said nationalization of IM i>il industry wu carried out as a result of "Improper and cruel acts or the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company" and was done under Iran's establish)-*! rights. It said the %  Company .ind tinBrtttt government without taking notice of this established right ol the Iranian Covernment referred their unfounded claim lu tInInternational Court. 'In addition the company never it ll" obligation under the pact and has compelled the British Government to put forward n unfounded claim at the International Court. They have also taken worldwide measures to prevent the sale of Iranian oil. the seirure of the Rosemary l>eine tine of the proofs of this. "The note adds that the AngloIranian Oil Company and British have inflicted financial and deconomlc difficulties on Iran by such ir:eans as non-payment of A.I.O.C royalttes which paid $2B.000.000 in recent years, non-payment of monies deposited in British banks. non-payment of claims by Iranian companies, and prevention of sal* •if Iranian oil. Threats The note accused A.l O C. ot E reventing the sale of Iranian oil y means of "threats and Intrigues" with the help of the British Government. Irnn has sent a note to It rl tain offeringto reopen negotiation* with the Anglo-Iranian OH Company, the huge British concern which It took over last year amid bitter British protests The note said that Iran will negotiate with a view to finding a means of Investlgnting Just claims of the former oil company and reciproeal claims of the Iranian Government. It added: "If no agreement Is reached by direct negotiations between the company* a representatives and the Iranian Government, the company may pursue lt claims In a competent Iranian Court" The negotiations would be eonducted under tl;c nationalization law. rne of the first acts passed bv Premier Mohammed Mossadegh when he took office last year. Note Belli!'. Studied In London It was learned that the note Is being urgently studied at the Foreign Office. A spokesman declined to discuss details, but It was understood that the note returned the situation where tt was about a year ago. Tinnegotiations at that time got nowhere, although Britain sent a minister to Teheran, and Averell Hornman. President Truman's special envoy, used his influence to get the dispute settled eventually The A.I.O.C. withdrew Its staff from the refinery at Abadan which has since then been virtually Idle, with Iran unable to dispose of the oil on hand. v.r. & or. Rhee Believes Truce Talks Are Futile I'ANMUNJOM. Aug. 8. South I. an Ith"Bna and never hat bch. the truce talk* at Panmuirjon: rould and wai in Korea. i. i Ji'>ix\h(} would result in peace. fid I do not have any hop. now. Until -hiSoviet Union fully understand thai they oath feat the free nata to mean anything." H .-• (ii Cmnmuni-rt radiJ at Peiping seemed Just ., hat the armistice talks would 'all. but for a'different reason. The truce negotiations have been recessed, but they will bf resumed on Monday charged that the United Nations are calling recesses in tbe talks to "wreck" the n* They said: "the last wrecking de' open to the Americans la to reie-s the *:ilks fur .. few day*, then a week, then indefinitely, to Bhtaa -'ii agTaamanl i n thg • of prisoner of war repatriation impossible." The Red radio accused the nlted Nations of vlolaling %  erred principles" in calling the irrent recc— v.r. DR. W. W. ORAVB. newly appointed Principal of the University Collage of the West Indies In -accesMon to Sir Tbossaa Tsylor. Dr. Grave who haa a vary di*Un gumhed acadenic record will be rs llaqutshlng hU post as Reglstrary of Cambridge Unlvareity which he hu held since 1943. He expects to take up his new appointment early la lin Training Scheme To He Started POHT-OF-SPAIN. Aug. 8 A training scheme to lit Caribbean people for senior posts in th British Caribbean Meteorological Service will be started early next year Present will be nil the scnlo" technical staff in several Meteorological Offices in these parts from the United Kingdom. According to W. A. Grinsted, %  f the proposed service, the scheme was to have started this year but certain governments who will participate in It have not 1 yet voted money to start the project. First personnel u> he selected for training will be two each' from Trinidad, Jamaica, and the Bahamas in which the principal forecasting stations of the Caribbean are located. CD.W's grant for the establishment of the seriIs $280,017 The Queen Beeomert Katron Of LC.T.A. LONDON The Queen has granted her i>atronagc to the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture Trinidad, it la announced London. The College was first honoured) in this way by the late Kingl George V. who granted his patron-1 age in March. 1927. King Edwa..i, VIII became patron in May, 193d, and King George VI in February I 1937. —B.U.P. | Farida Wants Custody Of Daughters CAIRO, Aug. 8. Former Queen r'ai Ida is reported to be planning to seek the custody of her three daughters becausu she claims that they will be in "bad company" if they rcii,an. ..broad with King Farouk, their father and her former spouse. When Farouk abdicated on July 20, ho took with him Princess Feral, 14, Fawzia 12. and r'adia *.'. children by hia marrtaaa Wtfta Farida. When Farouk's marruigo with Farida failed some years ago the two elder girls lived will him, but Fadiu has been with hei mother part of the tkae. The •xiled monarch la at present at Capri, famed Iinllou .-land roaoffti According lo Moslem IJW. when it marriage is dissolved, a daughter up lo the age of nine remains with her mother, gfnrwards going to her father actually, Princess Fadia only become* nine on December 15. 1952. rhlle U a %  %  rank airport here will bo renamed "C ra InAinxirome". Farouk airport was built during tin* war by the U.S. army and called "Payne Field" by the Americans. On the Egyptian political front. Pnmlar AI Mailer, scheduled to make a nationwide broadcast from Cairo Sunday, explaining his Cabinet's policies Me will remain In Alexandria until then. K\t F >< % !1 JI VFM1 F II XMUt IP J*ea Foam iae lbs. Apple Sum its m lluwil/rr IM Faerie Qur. nr 123 .. Itcv. 1 1. I .. Super Jet 113 m M error ha urn its .. Mm Id Kue IM i; x | NO \|i mm \ HAMMI \r llll ,ITI l!t IbsFinl Admiral Itl Snlllllt* 1U RACE NO. 26 AHQVST HANDICAP lUini Orason Ill II.. FlteUd\ Itl .. Lunway* 117 a kM. Ptaateei IK .. sla.nte 103 .. 'epper XXlne IM .. Ib-iixee HI .. t'llr Surprtae lb* .. itr-.. Bear Itl Landmurk %  134 RACK NO. 27 Tl'RNKR HAI-1. IIANIIICAP Blue tllamony IM Ihe. IM .! in> siar 121 .. i .'ttjti. . M .. ii xt i MI :H IIK Kxvirn HANDICAr 132 Ike Tap Flight 13* „ (roe* Berni:i ( ..II. lull lit Will ..the Wisp II lit Apollo Ill „ Mjreh Winds ite .. G, A, I^WIS. Serretary HON'BLC J. D. CHANDLER (eitreme left) splnnliix IsM Savsnnali yit*rdy sftnuoou daring the draw of thl UM Padfli Mutual Defence Traaty'i UlUtan Council will ba hald within 60 day a at Pearl Harbour, hondquarier-. Q| Admiral Arlhur W. Radfoid. CutnniatuU'i' in Chiei of QM Unltad siiiu-s Padno iTaat Military leadiTs fiuni Austi'iili.t uil New Zetilaiui will join with United State: ex pi il ; ul the nuwtlnK t" draw up %  pacific ieciuiniu'miali>tis fOT HTTU %  in the PaoiflC%  %  i Tile CO I inell created by Foreimi Ministers of Ihg "Ansus" nations will xtudy 'methods of uniting tbe tenlu jguns, planes, and men of earl country against armed attack utidc tho terms of the Seeurii. pledging mutual dc(,iu.-. Radford was the hi si iii'inN'r |0 be named to llie COOOCU conclusion of the Anzus treaty confcreiices on Wednesday. Aui II.IIIII and New Zealand wen*x petted la name then tepr entt lives as soon as lh< govenilBarna have had the time to consider appointments. The Arum untluns made it clear that tlialr mvllluxy cxpeits would concentrate on the Ibrisv iniim-.r China when the) rm Pi to ussemble Ihe machinery of dufeu.e. %  It was aleo known thai miliury plannn vrould not Umited t (he defence of the mainland areas of the three cniinlrie' nor to thcr lerrltorieK or island |xwaealonJ. I'tv bread laraM of DM N t „j,.t h..und ihe United State-. Australia and New Zealand to i min' lo ihe defence <-T each nthei'i public eev-el ;itr<-i.irt. %  forces as w 11 as their u HI. wa Tin., itipulatlon anl rneanl thai any attack against An/.u troops gnrri%  Oned m Japan or at I'm Ixist His Tongue LONDON A porlHin of a ni-iii tonsue In a sealed bottle waa exhibited In a l-n.-lci. I'-.II.Icourt when Lydla Huckle. '. a Jamaican, was -iiit for trial on a charge of Injuring Alphonso Bishop, anolher Jamaican, by blUnt lwe.and-a-half Inches off hix toague wliile kbauig him after a osuurel. Bbhop sveahUig nuiilinclly. told the court tha. he fell a burning •MIMIIUU In fata M...11111 during the Rku, hut he did not realise thai hit UMI. in had been severed until he found Mood on hLIH-.-B.II' Chenety For Devonshire Course MR L. N (III Nl OnVe, has been swardeo %  %  a in Coteaial Pobcv \ %  'I be attached :,ortunity to sOpplestudy uf %  J in hix work .on %  Public Ad %  %  th.Secret Customs and Audit Departments. 1 ind ihdd will sail f.., the United Kingdom en the It il..S s o U.S. Will Not Begin Atomw World War I'HOVIOKNVE. HHOUK ISLAND, Aug. 8. A thud world war will Iniilably reiult in the use of atomic eapons and possibly ut* bacteiiOloaaoal warfare, Senator Paul Dougla warned uii Friday .i' He; I || M nil men! of ihe lti v.ml CnllCRe of Business AdnunnlraHon. Hi aid We of this country will not take afire l.umch such war. We ha/e diligently sought peace thrmignmt the>e trying yearn. We ha* (-•lit tins of hillinnof dolla |a hejn Ian CartunaU paopla ol Dthat eouatrtaa We have been Nnareua to our defeated foes. We mild like ,m hoiiouiahl Ith Soviet itusM.i. Bui ihe ruleri f that country have spurned all iur effort* 1 have staged a blt'cr campaign of hate and nrdereprvK'ntation against us. have taken iggressive steps in numerous parta of the world, and have openly proclaimed that it Is u life d death struggle between th*tn -,r. Virgin Islands Divorce Laws Attacked ST THOMAS. Virgin Islands. Tho St. Thomas "Dniu recently complained in rial that the di-'u by paoalo eom ln aj to the lelond tor %  pe c ul lef preblatni thai reoeeted "i the laland'a community. Yesterday Ihe Premier received ... Mahmmid Sollman Ghannam.. //. II ./. f ,ft/#f*f f/f/jT/f Deputy Secretary General of the! *'* •**' %  fv*w*" WAFD party who presented the WA{T> viewpoint on the present l II ih tu a I fr^lfirliUn. TJJ Lfantrv forces along wtfh artillery, tanks and planes to the scene. Loud speakers carried across the river General Staffs warning that the Bulgtrians would be fired apon If they persisted In their efforts to occupy Gamma. Although they milsted that Gamma, historically Is Greek they laid that they would not attempt to occupy the island until tha United Nations Peace Commission formally decide* its ownership. By the same token the Greeks said that they would not permit the Bulgarians to occupv the i lo the United Nations Is • %  ..: the dispute. —IT.P. US, UK Cant Agfee WASHINGTfW Aug. 8 Defence Secretary Albert Lovetl. acknowledged on Friday that teg and Britain could not agree on the best way of creation of a Middle East Defence Command. but declined to comment on the grounds that It would be lnapprodo • at this tune.—t' P. Trade Reiations To lie Discussed U.N. Blasts Sinchon Troop Centre I-ONDON Aug. 8 The future of B.W.I —C'anadla relaUoBa will he discussed at meeting to be held in London imcnclng SoplcnilH-r 9. H was learnt officially tonight that representatives fron: all West ludian territories will be present. The overall position of Canadi.ui Wt • %  Indian trade will undentood he discussed in light of Buhince of I'.iyrrunt nation of the sterling area. It is Uiought likely that ll.Lt meeting will be followed by %  I j' bO CamUgal h) the Wtst Indian Mr. Albert Gomes. Trinidad Minister of L.ilwur who was orglnidly to have returned on August 28 has been asked by his '•nt to remain in Londor tnd iaa>reaaBf them at the conferBustamante, Jamaica'. "IVlme Mlni-teT*' will he arrlvna on nVptamber I. He will also I*? taking part In a conference being held to di SCUM the Jamaican Ban.ii... Contract with the Ministry re than 30 hours with aboard, was Bought by the United it y and air fbfOB plan' off the Philippine Islands. Twenty-eight plane* and nine shipa searched Manila Bay and the neighbouring waters for the inkling P.B.M.. which last was heard from al seven a.m yr*lcrday. A' that lime the plane reported th*' Its starboard propeller was out of control and aaid that It was returning to ita base. It waa about 10 minutes from Sangdey Point naval base lu the Philippines, its home base. rain storms reduced nd hampered the search. The alr-aeo rescue team found •cage of a P.B.M.. that cashed on the coast of Mttq bland. Japan while i -ight. — UJr\ SEOUL, Aug. 8. United States Jet pilots sh.it down three Communist M.I.G. 15 Jets tu-day, and Captain Clifford Jolley became the cightciiiiii 0 in the history of Jet warfai Jolley made his liflh kill in ; afternoon battle between 12 BabrajeU anu n U.IX1* Today's three destroyed M l.G.'s brought ' >i>. concent rat I on* at Smch-in the gretufefl >• i %  almost complete halt In ihe ion di'i'icr Fahrenheit heat i ,fth Alrforce broea* aai ,i warnlaj over the Seoul transinittct to i inlian inhabitants to flee Slnchon to save their lives, n < i. mt an plaiM '" bomb th' troop centre some 40 miles eolith west of Pyongyang, North Korea. Communist troops tiled *g. laat night to dislodge tough ft uth Korean tfoopi sVori Capital Hill west of the fuklian I cenli.il front, but weri* dl In a 30 minute tight unmunlsta hit U Koreans with 500 rounds of artillery before sending a company of nfantry agalntt them. Tbe hill h% %  hanged hands six times since August '• %  By dawn, action all along the 5 mikground front had Kindled to isolated patrol a-hes. Sweltering U.N. tnx.pi cut down Red patrols with machine guns. Fifth nil-force fighters showed that the Communist airforta naking a vain attempt to hilt tepped-up UN bombing attaclo lot ..ionM.I.G. IS Jeti ir. the eek of August than dt the entire month "f July. Since August 1, 10 of Russian built fighter, have been shot down by UJf. Jet pilots and 33 damaged. In July, only IS M I <; were knocked down, low probably destroyed, and 14 da-...r''d — v.r. bu>a-N hi the Philippines would bring the ti'.dy int.. fiction. At the some time, .mv aggression towan thou indi ol Unj the tin i. i Stales Mb .>l-o would dvcifd -II 1 Italian Strikers Return lo W.ork ROME. Aug 8 Rail service was normali/i il] irar Italy aftai the 24>bour Co munist-Ied strike lhat was only partial success. The walk-out ended t nddnght and U e '" v i %  %  milng In woik The Itallaa Oovarn t nigjil that only alcHit 30 iier cent, of the Datlon'g IriO.O'Hl rail %  workers went OUfc, and that tho walk-out was the •'• %  asful of any avai celled by 'he (;uiiiiouiiiit-doinm..l'd < i 'i onfeilerotlon "f I .aboil f -V.P. The pupur wnkc* d lhal lawe whuh permit ttoasj *M re HI." lad % %  ai i conoml measure to ittraol loui I tie imt are only ii h<' slon. MOM i.f il... %  I. have barel\ money to keep tlit-in thiiKigli the iH'ii.-.N | i x weeki na khH %  •• lo cn.blithem to get a dtvOTOe More than 80 per cent, of the divorce casts m the peat I if years have Involved tomgners but los-v than one par OOfl) I I have itayo 1 i 10 paper said.—R.r.l'. Soviets Release 1 U.S. Soldier UEItUN, An,:'' tt. Ihutadi Stales Awtb-.".H..vleieaV-a-4.*: '..Idler lhSt night nfler hokllng M hours in Kii ft ili'i. An %  rail epoheeineji said th* %  Idler, arhoae Ideniltj wa* not dleeiDaad had been aiTeatad the ight before by Coinrnuinlat Peoples Police in an East Berlin -t ii" said 'I.i bldler who was driving his own cai in Eost %  all vi .iaii"n ii, v i latei bjrned rver lo fl < leaaad to hutad st.iien autfaoiitlae who arc %  Under the four-powei agreeDoni ejiiad 'iiiii".' can rnove freely in an Berlin, but Conununlirts have fi'iiui-ntly rested alUod


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    PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATTRDVT MT.rT Nd CLASSIFIED ADS. mcPMONt not THANKS ..#i.-T> DM I., irlwu aepnpeyti merit %  • ion sAi.t: AOTUMOtltl %  • %  il 1. -W* lb* l( i*g*r*lgTied l-eg to return thank. 10 alt thoa* Who ->mp*lbv „ n t wr*th-. ... landed the funeral o* our dear 4m|M Bennie WUkinaon whiefc ton* place IN MEMOR1AM %  Augu-1 Sh Millircnt Harper bid Harper. KMlM H-rpe.. VMM IL-dm*n 9 \2 In —In loving IDHWtr of out deal .ii|hur .mil Meier MnrgorK fai**r. Held who .Kp.ii.,! i the Wh of Auguat IHI May in* teat in p****. I'M B**d iMothtn. Anit-. Doll''. Ina. Veta. Sheila. O'orla 'atMr*. Cleveland, round. Erie iBtotherai Mtunrn iNMcei. %  13 Ir \-. loving mm %  mnUiT Helen IMm an Auguat lot IP*O Bloaaom. may wither .-' Frlrnde may forget — will we Alwara iw>'i"i->"i bi i i nil iu;vi HOUSES Attractive >e*.tdc Flt main road !.• %  One*, eomfortatily furnlabed. I> |i:i Bath, Op*n V*tand*h facing aca. iu'table en* peraon iot (oupii *iom Aujurt .1 4 %  n i < %  %  l).l 4*16 get &_M I.Mai IHI mud* %  .. living . tl*Be* 1*9, Au'tu A • •&f Jala. 1Mb % •Id |-r*f*cl •• '-J V'liiKlunl 13 h p f.0* oo lorrta 7*g.g H*i "I". Qarag* ilN>> 1*1. Pinfold j ) M 4n USED CAB-W have I really good barge im inciudir..' Vau> ,11 Velo. AUlUn AQ. Wolwlrj II hp 111 Sedan. Chreeler Dial courtly Oar ;r m 9 %  il *n VAN H ii I tuiiiMNi Van rranaprxt Board TaM BL_ torn natterand in p*et*et j i] pulMV cafBdNrtltlon at our dj| i %  Hr**l Br>dKrton on Friday I rt, IM) at %  p m VFABWOdt) A BOYCE NOTME a uottr* atu%  dk of A oarnim V>V>^*,***,V>^*r' NOTICE lain Auguat K> Munday ^4t^ AND AIR TRAFFIC III < -irlisl. i;.,\ roBt I u.) oil' rll i tugurtua H c. ip u..,. flrhwi.UMB *.*r i E>ao An*.. Wiogatr LydJM A i Hdnday. Bthootw Hrntt P Wall-.*. Bchaon*! iM DavMaon, 9Ckooai KvarjV.l%  NOTICE pa*-i WoMdawful OunaaUor. r l-ady SlK-t. Motcif Vdaggl T B RadaW, MlW Vaaan aiona Maria. MoU I V*.-l Uonaka -n %  'HKKiMTWOOD llu-t agjMl BUM d ,g 0.1 sa.Bg aguaia t*rt ot land Tltr I loutcontBlna Ihrra baaBwgajMI di-...r l>*twa*n U— PABIJB oti. ramir Appllcatloni lor ana or fnor* Vacant si PhiUpVaatty EsMbitioni t#n-h. -i to* St Mtcha*! • (Jim Sriiool. will li* rprrivrd i-i U-.r iiid*iiign*d not la( than Handav IRth AOgniat, IBM. _. Candida!** imM a*. djiight*rof I I |s [ I'hMnrrt In rtrfli1*f* >he_V*atr, St. rtailla i M to Th* CotUga called %  V1SBVat BAO Tha MUM contakni drawrnf and d*p>Ing rooma. Thra* badrootna ion* WlUi drraalng ia*i. Kltchri. Mc a^trkrtty. gat and Gov*.nm*nl Watn .t.ll.d AppUcatlani. NOTICE 'Mll'"l h* nrralvi I i> ... rhun In-patti. Iiranuaaa. Thr .ii—vr orop*r\ by IMblk M.11.-.. • art np lot fcn TBi'M. AgBBtl, IBM T*rma and condilla>i%  lir Paiochla] OffW J ..!,.*. IfrrH. Bridgetown 1JAY 14th Aufuat at 1 p m TBABWOOm BOVtr. Bollclt' ., 3.1.V l*n I'I;HMMI T)„ MECHANICAL AUCTION the an* h*r*by wi irdHL in nij -i MORRIS ID*. \1.\YNAllt %  'II muuntmir for I I MM estMrartlng any dab* ni KlIN(iAlWS-t Olbb*. B*a*h. Pi TrUr. "ananOnt" >,"tnt)l* for rouplr Irani Ortokar 1U Hcatn-il* n b*diO">oi for Dw*mb*r l"3 Boll iurnih*d W*.i*i Bavley. Huh Btr**t Mic-n* HI* %  '" nUNOAl/lW-Atlra.llvr *tonr bungl law it th* Coral Ra*f Club. St J'm* •pecta.1 % % %  rata %  %  "taming t" doubt* b# .>nd Uoaf KHKMtT-fl I.TI> i'i %  Lot BINflAM ir 1 ,lii..i.li*d liom lit Bi-pt At Bharlngham Garden'. ktaxwall Coaat. Attrartlv* wall Biini*lo. J t"-i reuna, Qaraga and Barvant. rgajrn Good S* bathing. Phon* B. Daniel4161 for appatntment 3 %  B-H n Cl-EMBNT IfKK UflUn llou** Kt Jowph pulah. 3 bedroom*, elevlrlt light and at*r Applv 11 >" *"" l*r* Plantallon, Bt Arcir-,. nun .. . neneraloit .."i,, MfgJ lornea Apply to Thf Manager T.-M. Brlatf', M John F1.AT HOUSBPullj fu.olihr.1 ft Lawranc* 0-8*d. Ptiai*. BMO %  in t i R(X)M* Two 'uriilihad loomi lot tent Worthing, oppoalte the Roeal Theatre B*rt *i*a-bB1hm* Garajr* alta*h*d tSSm BW • •t i LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Th* application of tJOtutl Agent* of Shrpherd SI. Cm of Liquor IJCHIMNo 119 of ItSI to him In r*ap*tt of 2nd floor o clav'a Hank. Sh*ph*rd W to uac aald l-i m u.*n* at and at Damn A <_o lAd Bildir • %  .. %  lugiarl Ikl* TH, A TAI.MA. Fi JN.IIC* Magl'lrat*. for At i Nil Nil pllcMion wi %  %  it.* irni. %  KWaXUt" W* liav* in Itock K-ell. %  for Ihe nr*v*ntlon of aU forma Of trV! alrkn*a> when |our.i.MnB b BUI4. BINOf teM-ptenliig Bull Ring. runily mad*">.lil .onp*. In two .1 J trvi l-ilCda 7ir and eh Har.i-o.1 Dial OM I ii %  i1iffii*nti* AuaUn I oi HOUSBHOLD RqUIPBTENT of all I % %  Million llWf.i T All. Ig.g.aS—t.r." CAM 4 1I.MII l>\ I. •old *t th* Pari, l(HH unli twenlv **vanth (Ifi BM P mini againU inn /-IN A a* I do uol I*I ot jiij-on* rtehi. m mg order r1( FHTfK'K MoRIIIS II. i,,.|,,„l lap.Pl I Will -*ll ut otr MART VICTOlUA ST TTJBBIIAY Ifth at IT T'oon. 10 piecea while !-."•* I*.' l-BTH.i r\i>.\ < %  %  MT and ilnglc oil Move*. I. ::rlgh III. I Urn I rmrh Ponder, C"nva Cot A Pram.. G E Refrigerator Srnger Trgadi* Machlna With Motor A IJ|M *ii-'i liith*. 4M HP ditto urnUlop floor A BaHi Til. j jg !kM;r*Tt '" %  working .-nter offwr efn. Tann Cah K AUrffBtt NT.KEN7.ll t • w an I bag that my oltg, uaband LJBSI.ir, It the l-l*nd v*nt*an >*-i. I < m orloow Of hit raj pub I ANNOI'MTJMKNTa MAKE EXTRA MOMEY Big %  rgBta full or .pure tirM. Sell i mat chrutmai Cart, gpanl.t nerrtiAg' fr II M Plato* Imprinted ferns I • ter A lap bepu'lful hoi anaoit imta. WrHg Air Mall CTJ/BXR. 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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Saturday, August 09, 1952
    Frequency: daily
    regular
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    Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
    Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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    Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
    Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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    WHAT S ON TODAY
    I lh*I Urfca WWIPM
    Tor ih* futur* In I
    And lb* |M lhal 1 can do
    iESTRD>
    ESTABLISHED 18
    SATURDAY. ACt.UST 1952
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    Iran Charges That A.I.O.CV>
    Action Caused Hardship
    Government Prepared
    \ll\Ne\. Till-. \% III I I
    To Effect Settlement
    TEHRAN. Autf. 8.
    The Iranian Foreign Min ilei released trie text at u
    the Britiah I mpta at
    AiiKl"-luiiidi) Oil Company to prevent Iran aalllng oil.
    The null' complain* that economic difficultiai hava ba-
    sel Iran due to tht* British firm's action and demands thai
    A.I.O.C. pay sums it allegedly owea It
    The text adds that government rs prepared to negotiate
    with A.I.O.C. for settlement of muiiul daimu Mther euNetl)
    or through the Iranian court. The note charges that
    should sueh measures fail to bruit; accord, A.I.O.C. must be
    held responsible.
    new rgfVEasrn Turf Club
    Handicaps
    The note said nationalization of
    IM i>il industry wu carried out
    as a result of "Improper and cruel
    acts or the Anglo-Iranian Oil
    Company" and was done under
    Iran's establish)-*! rights. It said
    the Company .ind tin- Brtttt
    government without taking notice
    of this established right ol the
    Iranian Covernment referred their
    unfounded claim lu tIn- Interna-
    tional Court.
    'In addition the company never
    it ll" obligation under
    the pact and has compelled the
    British Government to put for-
    ward n unfounded claim at the
    International Court. They have
    also taken worldwide measures to
    prevent the sale of Iranian oil.
    the seirure of the Rosemary l>eine
    tine of the proofs of this.
    "The note adds that the Anglo-
    Iranian Oil Company and British
    have inflicted financial and deco-
    nomlc difficulties on Iran by such
    ir:eans as non-payment of A.I.O.C
    royalttes which paid $2B.000.000
    in recent years, non-payment of
    monies deposited in British banks.
    non-payment of claims by Iranian
    companies, and prevention of sal*
    if Iranian oil.
    Threats
    The note accused A.l O C. ot
    Ereventing the sale of Iranian oil
    y means of "threats and In-
    trigues" with the help of the Brit-
    ish Government.
    Irnn has sent a note to It rl tain
    offering- to reopen negotiation*
    with the Anglo-Iranian OH Com-
    pany, the huge British concern
    which It took over last year amid
    bitter British protests The note
    said that Iran will negotiate with
    a view to finding a means of In-
    vestlgnting Just claims of the
    former oil company and recipro-
    eal claims of the Iranian Govern-
    ment. It added: "If no agree-
    ment Is reached by direct nego-
    tiations between the company* a
    representatives and the Iranian
    Government, the company may
    pursue lt claims In a competent
    Iranian Court"
    The negotiations would be eon-
    ducted under tl;c nationalization
    law. rne of the first acts passed
    bv Premier Mohammed Mossa-
    degh when he took office last year.
    Note Belli!'. Studied
    In London It was learned that
    the note Is being urgently studied
    at the Foreign Office. A spokes-
    man declined to discuss details,
    but It was understood that the
    note returned the situation
    where tt was about a year ago.
    Tin- negotiations at that time
    got nowhere, although Britain
    sent a minister to Teheran, and
    Averell Hornman. President Tru-
    man's special envoy, used his in-
    fluence to get the dispute settled
    eventually The A.I.O.C. with-
    drew Its staff from the refinery at
    Abadan which has since then been
    virtually Idle, with Iran unable
    to dispose of the oil on hand.
    v.r. & or.
    Rhee Believes
    Truce Talks
    Are Futile
    I'ANMUNJOM. Aug. 8.
    South I.
    an Ith"-
    Bna and never hat bch.
    the truce talk* at Panmuirjon:
    rould and wai in Korea.
    i. i
    Ji'>ix- \h(} would result in peace.
    fid I do not have any hop. now.
    Until -hi- Soviet Union fully un-
    derstand thai they oath
    feat the free nata
    to mean anything."
    H.- (ii Cmnmuni-rt radiJ
    at Peiping seemed Just .,
    hat the armistice talks would
    'all. but for a'different reason.
    The truce negotiations have
    been recessed, but they will bf
    resumed on Monday
    charged that the United Nations
    are calling recesses in tbe talks
    to "wreck" the n*
    They said: "the last wrecking de-
    ' open to the Americans la to
    reie-s the *:ilks fur .. few day*,
    then a week, then indefinitely,
    to Bhtaa -'ii agTaamanl i n thg
    of prisoner of war re-
    patriation impossible."
    The Red radio accused the
    nlted Nations of vlolaling
    erred principles" in calling the
    irrent recc-
    v.r.
    DR. W. W. ORAVB. newly appointed
    Principal of the University Collage
    of the West Indies In -accesMon to
    Sir Tbossaa Tsylor.
    Dr. Grave who haa a vary di*Un
    gumhed acadenic record will be rs
    llaqutshlng hU post as Reglstrary of
    Cambridge Unlvareity which he hu
    held since 1943. He expects to take
    up his new appointment early la
    lin
    Training Scheme
    To He Started
    POHT-OF-SPAIN. Aug. 8
    A training scheme to lit Carib-
    bean people for senior posts in th
    British Caribbean Meteorological
    Service will be started early next
    year Present will be nil the scnlo"
    technical staff in several Meteoro-
    logical Offices in these parts from
    the United Kingdom.
    According to W. A. Grinsted,
    f the proposed service,
    the scheme was to have started
    this year but certain governments
    who will participate in It have not
    1 yet voted money to start the pro-
    ject. First personnel u> he select-
    ed for training will be two each'
    from Trinidad, Jamaica, and the
    Bahamas in which the principal
    forecasting stations of the Carib-
    bean are located. CD.W's grant
    for the establishment of the ser-
    i- Is $280,017
    The Queen Beeomert
    Katron Of LC.T.A.
    LONDON
    The Queen has granted her
    i>atronagc to the Imperial Col-
    lege of Tropical Agriculture
    Trinidad, it la announced
    London.
    The College was first honoured)
    in this way by the late Kingl
    George V. who granted his patron-1
    age in March. 1927. King Edwa..i,
    VIII became patron in May, 193d,
    and King George VI in February I
    1937. B.U.P. |
    Farida Wants
    Custody Of
    Daughters
    CAIRO, Aug. 8.
    Former Queen r'ai Ida is report-
    ed to be planning to seek the cus-
    tody of her three daughters be-
    causu she claims that they will
    be in "bad company" if they rc-
    ii,an. ..broad with King Farouk,
    their father and her former
    spouse.
    When Farouk abdicated on July
    20, ho took with him Princess
    Feral, 14, Fawzia 12. and r'adia *.'.
    children by hia marrtaaa Wtfta
    Farida. When Farouk's marruigo
    with Farida failed some years
    ago the two elder girls lived will
    him, but Fadiu has been with hei
    mother part of the tkae. The
    xiled monarch la at present at
    Capri, famed Iinllou .-land ro-
    aoffti
    According lo Moslem Ijw.
    when it marriage is dissolved, a
    daughter up lo the age of nine
    remains with her mother, gfnr-
    wards going to her father actual-
    ly, Princess Fadia only become*
    nine on December 15. 1952.
    rhlle U a "rank airport
    here will bo renamed "C ra In-
    Ainxirome". Farouk
    airport was built during tin* war
    by the U.S. army and called
    "Payne Field" by the Americans.
    On the Egyptian political front.
    Pnmlar ai Mailer, scheduled to
    make a nationwide broadcast from
    Cairo Sunday, explaining his Cab-
    inet's policies Me will remain In
    Alexandria until then.
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    G, A, I^WIS.
    Serretary
    HON'BLC J. D. CHANDLER (eitreme left) splnnliix IsM
    Savsnnali yit*rdy sftnuoou daring the draw of th<- -
    Numbers on Psge 10.
    fth.-.-l
    Hi K'
    the Orsnd Bund of the Oarrlton
    rp of the B T.C Summer HeeUim
    R'oyer Elected
    Mayor Of Roseau
    DOMINICA, Aug. 8.
    At a meeting of the Municipal
    Council L- F. C. Royer. 41,
    Merchant was elected Chairman
    ind Mayor of Hoseeu on a one
    vote majority after electioneering
    jpeeches by two members in place
    of Clifton A. H. Dupigny who has
    resigned.
    Councillor Musgrave Edwards
    who proposed Barrister O. A.
    James as Chairman atMaMajajl
    Uiu validity uf ii
    the < ! etlon and ii^iueeted the i\mw
    Chairman i" rear the malttr to
    ,e Crown Attorney for a ruiuiK
    The Mayor agreed and adiourn-
    cd the meeting B0 pTmit prepar;
    lion for the confirmation of ih
    minutes, three of the six Coun-
    cillois piesent having voted and
    three abstaining. The new Mayor
    abaci vn-d the political ..ren,
    iit.i.t, .nidre in,, rruanban potrwad
    out the Uisk of improving finance
    and re<|iiesled the full co-opora-
    tton of Uie staff. Former Mayoi
    Dupigny resigned because he fail-
    ed lo hax-o Government agree to
    the Council's proposed methods of
    taxation, and tmprovrn l
    Cat] 0)
    Pacific Defence Talks
    Start Within 60 Days
    HONOLULU, Aug. H.
    It was laanwd thai the first meeting i>l Um Padfli
    Mutual Defence Traaty'i UlUtan Council will ba hald
    within 60 day a at Pearl Harbour, hondquarier-. q| Admiral
    Arlhur W. Radfoid. CutnniatuU'i' in Chiei of Qm Unltad
    siiiu-s Padno iTaat
    Military leadiTs fiuni Austi'iili.t uil New Zetilaiui will
    join with United State: ex pi il ; ul the nuwtlnK t" draw up
    pacific ieciuiniu'miali>tis fOT HTTU '
    in the PaoiflC-
    - _____________ i Tile COIinell created by
    Foreimi Ministers of Ihg
    "Ansus" nations will xtudy
    'methods of uniting tbe tenlu
    jguns, planes, and men of earl
    country against armed attack utidc
    tho terms of the Seeurii.
    pledging mutual dc(,iu.-.
    Radford was the hi si iii'inN'r
    |0 be named to llie COOOCU
    conclusion of the Anzus treaty
    confcreiices on Wednesday. Aui
    Ii.iIiii and New Zealand wen- *x
    petted la name then tepr entt
    lives as soon as lh<
    govenilBarna have had the time
    to consider appointments.
    The Arum untluns made it clear
    that tlialr mvllluxy cxpeits would
    concentrate on the Ibrisv
    iniim-.r China when the) rm Pi to
    ussemble Ihe machinery of du-
    feu.e.
    It was aleo known thai miliury
    plannn vrould not Umited t
    (he defence of the mainland areas
    of the three cniinlrie' nor to thcr
    lerrltorieK or island |xwaealonJ.
    I'tv bread laraM of dm n.....' t
    j,.t h..und ihe United State-.
    Australia and New Zealand to
    i min' lo ihe defence <-T each nthei'i
    public eev-el ;itr<-i.irt.
    forces as w 11 as their u
    hi. wa Tin., itipulatlon
    anl rneanl thai any at-
    tack against An/.u troops gnrri-
    Oned m Japan or at I'm
    Ixist His Tongue
    LONDON
    A porlHin of a ni-iii -
    tonsue In a sealed bottle
    waa exhibited In a l-n.-lci.
    i'-.Ii.i- court when Lydla
    Huckle. '. a Jamaican, was
    -iiit for trial on a charge
    of Injuring Alphonso Bishop,
    anolher Jamaican, by blUnt
    lwe.and-a-half Inches off hix
    toague wliile kbauig him
    after a osuurel.
    Bbhop sveahUig nuii-
    linclly. told the court tha.
    he fell a burning mimIIuu
    In fata M...11111 during the Rku,
    hut he did not realise thai
    hit umi. in had been severed
    until he found Mood on hL-
    IH-.-B.II'
    Chenety For
    Devonshire
    Course
    MR L. N (III Nl
    OnVe, has been swardeo
    a in Coteaial Pobcv
    \
    'I be attached
    :, I. 'l for an acsdemic yea
    -
    i'.(nl.r.dB University cnminonc-
    and is desi the selected
    nfflivr the opi>ortunity to sOpple-
    study uf J in hix
    work .on

    Public Ad
    '
    *
    ' th.- Secret
    Customs and Audit Departments.
    1
    ind ihdd
    will sail f.., the United Kingdom
    en the It
    il..- S s o
    U.S. Will Not
    Begin Atomw
    World War
    I'HOVIOKNVE. HHOUK ISLAND,
    Aug. 8.
    A thud world war will In-
    iilably reiult in the use of atomic
    eapons and possibly ut* bacteii-
    Oloaaoal warfare, Senator Paul
    Dougla warned uii Friday .i' He;
    I || m nil men! of ihe lti v.ml
    CnllCRe of Business Adnunnlra-
    Hon. Hi aid We of this coun-
    try will not take afire
    l.umch such war. We ha/e
    diligently sought peace thrmign-
    mt the>e trying yearn. We ha*
    (-lit tins of hillinn- of dolla
    |a hejn Ian CartunaU paopla ol
    Dthat eouatrtaa We have been
    Nnareua to our defeated foes. We
    ' mild like ,m hoiiouiahl
    Ith Soviet itusM.i. Bui ihe ruleri
    f that country have spurned all
    iur effort*1, have staged a blt'cr
    campaign of hate and nrdereprv-
    K'ntation against us. have taken
    iggressive steps in numerous
    parta of the world, and have
    openly proclaimed that it Is u life
    d death struggle between th*tn
    -,r.
    Virgin Islands
    Divorce Laws
    Attacked
    ST THOMAS. Virgin Islands.
    Tho St. Thomas "Dniu
    recently complained in
    rial that the di-'u
    by paoalo eomlnaj to the lelond tor

    pecullef preblatni thai reoeeted "i
    the laland'a community.
    Yesterday Ihe Premier received ...
    Mahmmid Sollman Ghannam.. //. II ./.-------f ,ft/#f*f f/f/jT/f
    Deputy Secretary General of the! *'* **' fv*w*"
    WAFD party who presented the
    WA{T> viewpoint on the present
    l ii ih tu a I fr^lfirliUn. TJJ
    L orlh bank of the
    PUERTO RICO IS COMMONWEALTH
    Bulgarians Routed
    From Gamma Island j
    ATHENS, Aug. 8,
    Tin- Greek General SlafT warned the Bulgarians thai
    they would be lired on without warning .1 they landed
    again on the disputed border island of Gamma in tha !
    River. They said, however, that there was "absolute
    calm" in the Kvtns Hiver area followmn yesterday's rout
    of the Uulgarian troopa *ho had seized Gamma on July 23.
    The Reds lied back to their own side of the Evros under
    Greek mortar barrage.
    A General Staff communique: river opposite Gamma. It said
    denied press reports that the Hul- ("Bulgarian peasants are busy with
    garlans had both returned fire and' their Held-. Una a
    It also denied reports that the
    Greek inhabitants were being
    evacuated from the frontier area.
    One report had said that civilians
    began movin* from the village of
    Dlkaiii nppmlte Gamma ir
    Interior last night.
    Dispatches from the area Indi-
    cated that the Oreck Army had
    backed up its warning to Bulgaria
    against any renewed attempt to
    take Gamma by sending large &>-
    fantrv forces along wtfh artillery,
    tanks and planes to the scene.
    Loud speakers carried across the
    river General Staffs warning that
    the Bulgtrians would be fired
    apon If they persisted In their
    efforts to occupy Gamma.
    Although they milsted that
    Gamma, historically Is Greek they
    laid that they would not attempt
    to occupy the island until tha
    United Nations Peace Commission
    formally decide* its ownership.
    By the same token the Greeks
    said that they would not permit
    the Bulgarians to occupv the
    i lo the United Nations Is
    ..: the dispute.
    _ IT.P.
    US, UK Cant Agfee
    WASHINGTfW Aug. 8
    Defence Secretary Albert Lov-
    etl. acknowledged on Friday that
    teg and Britain
    could not agree on the best way of
    creation of a
    Middle East Defence Command.
    but declined to comment on the
    grounds that It would be lnappro-
    do at this tune.t' P.
    Trade Reiations
    To lie Discussed
    U.N. Blasts
    Sinchon Troop
    Centre
    I-ONDON Aug. 8
    The future of B.W.I C'anadla
    relaUoBa will he discussed at
    meeting to be held in London
    imcnclng SoplcnilH-r 9. H was
    learnt officially tonight that re-
    presentatives fron: all West ludian
    territories will be present.
    The overall position of Canadi.ui
    Wt Indian trade will
    undentood he discussed in
    light of Buhince of I'.iyrrunt
    nation of the sterling area.
    It is Uiought likely that ll.Lt
    meeting will be followed by
    I j' bO CamUgal h) the Wtst Indian
    Mr. Albert Gomes.
    Trinidad Minister of L.ilwur who
    was orglnidly to have returned on
    August 28 has been asked by his
    'nt to remain in Londor
    tnd iaa>reaaBf them at the confer-
    Bustamante, Jamaica'.
    "IVlme Mlni-teT*' will he arrlvna
    on nVptamber I. He will also I*?
    taking part In a conference being
    held to discum the Jamaican Ban.i-
    i... Contract with the Ministry Food.
    MM r-UEtTO *ICAN Fltc teram of Ihe 85th In-
    fantry wlin raised It with the Stars and Stripes over
    historic LI ftforro fortress in Puerto Kico as the island became a com-
    aitn. New atatus as an aaaoctats
    I years after Anwrltan rag waa raised
    -';'aoish-.Vir.crican war, f/nfcA. -
    Thirteen Killed
    In Plane Cranh
    TOKYO. August 8
    One Navy P.B.M. seaplane
    ashed in Japan with the
    or 13 live*, and another mlasing
    foi rm>re than 30 hours with
    aboard, was Bought by the United
    it y and air fbfOB plan'
    off the Philippine Islands.
    Twenty-eight plane* and nine
    shipa searched Manila Bay and the
    neighbouring waters for the inkl-
    ing P.B.M.. which last was heard
    from al seven a.m yr*lcrday. A'
    that lime the plane reported th*'
    Its starboard propeller was out of
    control and aaid that It was re-
    turning to ita base. It waa about 10
    minutes from Sangdey Point naval
    base lu the Philippines, its home
    base.
    rain storms reduced
    nd hampered the search.
    The alr-aeo rescue team found
    cage of a P.B.M.. that
    cashed on the coast of Mttq
    bland. Japan while i
    -ight. UJr\
    SEOUL, Aug. 8.
    United States Jet pilots sh.it
    down three Communist M.I.G. 15
    Jets tu-day, and Captain Clifford
    Jolley became the cightciiiiii 0
    in the history of Jet warfai
    Jolley made his liflh kill in ;
    afternoon battle between 12 Babra-
    jeU anu n U.IX1* Today's three
    destroyed M l.G.'s brought August total to 44 including 11
    di trofed and M damaged
    fcl.-.ewhere ui the Korean war
    United Nations planes blasted Red
    r r' >' >i>. concent rat I on* at Smch-in
    the gretufefl > i
    almost complete halt In ihe ion
    di'i'icr Fahrenheit heat
    i ,fth Alrforce broea* aai
    ,i warnlaj over the Seoul trans-
    inittct to i inlian inhabitants to
    flee Slnchon to save their lives,
    n < i. mt an plaiM '" bomb th'
    troop centre some 40 miles eolith
    west of Pyongyang,
    North Korea.
    Communist troops tiled *g.
    laat night to dislodge tough ft uth
    Korean tfoopi sVori Capital Hill
    west of the fuklian I
    cenli.il front, but weri* dl
    In a 30 minute tight
    unmunlsta hit U
    Koreans with 500 rounds of artil-
    lery before sending a company of
    nfantry agalntt them. Tbe hill h%
    hanged hands six times since
    August '
    By dawn, action all along the
    5 mik- ground front had
    Kindled to isolated patrol
    a-hes. Sweltering U.N. tnx.pi cut
    down Red patrols with machine
    guns.
    Fifth nil-force fighters showed
    that the Communist airforta
    naking a vain attempt to hilt
    tepped-up UN bombing attaclo
    lot ..ion- M.I.G. IS Jeti ir. the
    eek of August than dt
    the entire month "f July.
    Since August 1, 10 of
    Russian built fighter, have been
    shot down by UJf. Jet pilots and
    33 damaged. In July, only IS
    M I <; were knocked down, low
    probably destroyed, and 14
    da-...r''d
    v.r.
    bu>a-N hi the Philippines would
    bring the ti'.dy int.. fiction. At
    the some time, .mv aggression
    towan thou indi ol Unj
    the tin i. i
    Stales Mb .>l-o would
    dvcifd
    -II1
    Italian Strikers
    Return lo W.ork
    ROME. Aug 8
    Rail service was normali/- i il]
    irar Italy aftai the 24>bour Co
    munist-Ied strike lhat was only
    partial success. The walk-out
    ended t nddnght and U e '"v
    i .
    milng In woik
    The Itallaa Oovarn
    t nigjil that only alcHit
    30 iier cent, of the Datlon'g
    IriO.O'Hl rail workers went OUfc,
    and that tho walk-out was the
    'asful of any avai cell-
    ed by 'he (;uiiiiouiiiit-doinm..l'd
    <......i 'i onfeilerotlon "f I .aboil f
    -V.P.
    The pupur
    wnkc*
    d lhal '
    lawe whuh permit
    ttoasj *m re hi." lad ' ai i conoml
    measure to ittraol loui I tie imt are
    only ii h<'
    slon. Mom i.f il... .
    I. have barel\ .
    money to keep tlit-in thiiKigli the
    iH'ii.-.N | i x weeki na khH lo
    cn.bli- them to get a dtvOTOe
    More than 80 per cent, of the
    divorce casts m the peat I if years
    have Involved tomgners but los-v
    than one par OOfl) I I
    have itayo1 i
    10 paper said.R.r.l'.
    Soviets Release1
    U.S. Soldier
    UEItUN, An,:'- tt.
    Ihutadi Stales Awtb-.".-
    H..vlei- eaV-a-4.*:
    '..Idler lhSt night nfler hokllng
    M hours in Kii ft ili'i.
    An rail epoheeineji said th*
    Idler, arhoae Ideniltj wa* not
    dleeiDaad had been aiTeatad the
    ight before by Coinrnuinlat
    Peoples Police in an East Berlin
    -t ii" said 'I.i bldler who was
    driving his own cai in Eost

    all
    vi .iaii"n ii, v i latei bjrned
    rver lo fl < leaaad to
    hutad st.iien autfaoiitlae who arc

    Under the four-powei agree-
    Doni ejiiad 'iiiii".' can rnove
    freely in an Berlin, but
    Conununlirts have fi'iiui-ntly
    rested alUod Berlin and turned then
    tha Rura In
    , U.P.
    FuriiK^r QMatfkuidd
    On MurJer Of 3
    linli -h Subjects
    rORl nJjQUlattt, France Aug. 8.
    i rjoraabli I, a tare*
    red tho bodies of 3 si
    Briton.i was taken to Marbj
    Payrui foi questioniiiK
    .taid the. eae wiii-
    holding information on I
    Doimni i
    i ul.iti I riill-bliiij; t um to IVvi ,
    .vo chief
    C'imillc BV I il poll
    began

    iiithorttlae earlier
    i.....lo the bodies of
    early last Tue-day. Drummon I |
    grid his wife were ghot '
    ith a United States type army
    Dd their daughter beaten
    Ith a gun's stock.
    aid Domlnici's version of
    the irime conflicted with those of
    hjj arUh and father who hen
    with him at a farmhouse, 10*)
    yards from where the bodies were
    found -I'.P.
    Manley Can! Go To
    W.I. Bar Parfe)
    r^nT^OF-spain1"",Aua!n 3
    Norman Manley. lender of the
    ' People*' National Party, Jamaica.
    ; will not attend the West Indian
    Bar parley here later this month.
    In i tetter to the Trinidad Labour
    Party Manley regretted his In-
    ability to attend duo to pressure
    of duty m Jamaica C.P.
    French Diploma!
    ICeportrf On Talk*
    1'AHIS August fl.
    Jem Binoche, Francv'i top
    North African Affair-. enorl
    i rr at B am <;.MT,
    fmm Tunis lo report u-
    eminent on the talkb with Um
    Da | over the home rule
    end refonn iau Tne
    the North Africa-Lei-ant BBCttoa
    i;.. I'.i ... is duo to confer
    .ith Fo r Robert]
    ,-. i today
    v.v.
    SQUALL DAMAGES
    CROPS AND BOAT
    IrffCA. Aug. fl.
    A aqui
    i me damage to cultiva-
    tion and endangered sailing craf:
    at anchor, snnppinic bra
    dlsruptiin: i in cer-
    -
    Whenever you want a cigarette-
    remember- jjj/'
    It's the TOBACCO that counts


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    AJOi: It A. STOUTfc, l>e-
    i'ui> i .f poUa .
    : tig. of the I
    mat Col H 1 Mni.-
    ...
    Commission, i pcikm
    the niuiitii oi ..
    Crown Attornc>
    U ^ and ;ui>. p. c. Lewis
    XI <
    on board the Lash Rodm i
    terday. Mr. Lew
    Crown A
    ' Si. Lucia
    iu lake up .. titular .ip|H>uitnwm.
    Mr. H. N. Jack, A. ting Labour
    CommlHloncr and Mr*. Jack
    formerly of Si. Vincent were at
    the Baggage Warehouse- tu mce'
    the couple.
    'ntr.init for Antigua
    MH. and Mr- D. Sam ol
    Georgetown. Ilntish GuL
    board the La4> Rsdaey yester-
    day. The> an on their way lo
    Antigua when they will spend a
    They arc the parents .pi Mr.
    Eric Sam who is a siucimt In
    Theology at (odnugtoii College
    While Erie u. in the island, he is
    a pmt of Mr. and Mrs. Her ben
    i ul Westbury Road.
    lay, Mr. AuaUii Hus-
    bands, son of Mi. Herbert Hu.'-
    U a; Ute Baggage Ware-
    house to meet the Sams.
    For Six Weeks
    MISS ItONA HARDING of
    Georgetown, British Gui-
    ana, arrived by the Lag) Redney.
    She will sjHim six weeks' holi-
    da) in Barbados us guest of Mr.'.
    K. Jones of Roebuck Street, St.
    John She i- an employee of
    Columbia Stores, Georgetown.
    Also arriving by the same occa-
    sion were Mr. and Mrs. F. John.
    MB and their two-year old
    daughter, Leslie. The Johnsons
    are also on six weeks' holiday and
    aw guest.* .,r <.,,,- .,,( m h b
    Siminoi.s at 'Dunbeath", Hole-
    town, St James.
    B.G. Tenui
    MR. JOHN TULL, British Gui-
    ana Tenor, arrived in the
    island during the week after an
    extensive (our of the Caribbean,
    Mr. Tull, whose beautiful voice
    won him the UUe of "The Golden
    Voice of British Guiana" left his
    uauvc land over a year ago He
    a v. alr^y lou< Curacao,
    Aruba, Trinidad, St. Vincent
    Grenada and many other Islands
    where he staged successful con-
    certs.
    Mr. Tull is hoping to stage a
    few concerts In Barbados and also
    a broadcast over Redlffusion.
    He is the guest of Mr. and Mr*
    C. W. Cumber batch of "Hallow av
    Ivy Road.
    One of his first engagements was
    to attend the Speech Day at St.
    George Girls" School during the
    week. Ho was very pleased with
    ihe programme, especially ihe
    performance of the School Phoir.
    New Ship
    WEST INDIANS travelling be-
    tween England and the
    Caribbean are to have a new liner
    for the service, starting in October.
    The French Line win be sending
    its new ship, the Antilles, off to
    the West Indies oniu> maiden voy-
    age on October 3 Iron mouthamp-
    ton. She replaces/the De Gnu..-
    which Is being Withdrawn from
    the service. The Antilles is a
    sister ship of the Flandrt, which
    Is now on her maiden vovage to
    New York.
    Married In Toronto
    MR- PETEIt INNIhS son .of
    Mr. and Ufa. II. I. h,ro-
    of ilurfyrd". Kockley Golf Club
    Road, was married In Toronto on
    the 11th July, at SI. Barthulii.ewV
    Anglican Church to Miss Bette
    Pratt of Toronto. The bxwaymoon
    was spent at Hollywood laodge,
    Lake Simcoe, Ontario.
    MAJOR gTOUTE,
    Acting Commissioner
    To Rea.de- In U.S.A.
    Ul' W. F. HARRIS until
    -* ..!.;!; Manager o( Hag-
    Andrew, left yesterday
    i lorning by B.W.I.A., for Antigua
    . od I'uerto TUco on his way to the
    i S.A., to take up permanent
    , --sidcnce. He will be staying with
    braber Mr J. N. Harris of
    long Island.
    Mi. Harris was accompanied b>
    ,nd two children. Fn
    <>* and Dudle>.
    St. Vincent to U.S.A.
    ISS K KMVIUIHK | nu
    Off to Trinidad
    IFAVTNG the island by B W.I.A
    f on Tuesday for Trinidad was
    Mis A K Alleync, Headteacher
    of the Westbur> Girls' School.
    Mis Alleyne has gone to spend
    her summer vacation with her
    sutcr Mrs. M. Gretton of Trinidad
    and she expect* to spend five
    weeks there
    From the U.S.A.
    THREE weeks ago Miss Yvonn.
    Seale of Long Island. I S,A
    : 11 -td in the island to spend
    iu r summer holiday as guest ol
    Mr. George Pin hero a* O is tins
    She Is a school teacher and 'hi"
    is hei first visit to the island
    Miss Scale told Cartb that she
    is very much Impressed with the
    Dd wished her stsv coulfi
    have been longer
    Paid Official VUh
    A MONG the passenger, arrlvins
    - % iu the colony by the Lady
    Rodney on Wedneada> lact wan
    Win*/Commander L. A. Efflfc-
    n.-ld who paid a inert offidiTvUit
    to Trinidad Grenada and SI Vln-
    pri'SST
    Tvpo Days
    To Go...
    HER HUSBAND BRINGS A NEW IDEA
    FOR WOMEN S SHOES TO LONDON
    ldV k
    \'-W
    Chinttc (own
    * TRADITIONAL Chines
    ^ wedding town haa been
    m.dj hi HonHooi fox a
    London bride. Mlaa Mar>
    Martha San Van Lo. It Is
    '1th a phcenlx
    M';
    t the Colonial Hospital, St..
    Vincent, arrived by the
    todary. She
    embroidered witl
    motif and is lined with red
    ilk.
    Rut Miss Lo will not wear It
    in church, ana win be
    . married in Western dress, will
    1 change into the Chinese
    s^wn (or the reception
    1 In August Miss Lo la to
    marry Mr. Kai Yin Chau, who
    I*
    tudylng law In London
    iu father i- Dr. B N. Chau. a
    . member of the Executive
    , before going on to*the J tJnJ'*t'rC CoUOcn f Hon-
    :i take u;>J Miss Lou name means
    I'.S.A. where sh-t
    permanent residence.
    First Viait j
    AllfliVING In the colony overJ
    th week-end was Miss Phyl-B
    ii- Heath who came in brU
    B.W.I.A. from Trinidad. Mlssi
    Heath has come over for two 4
    weeks' vacation and this la her
    (Irst visit to the Island. She l**i
    employed with the Imperial Col- '
    lege of Tropical Agriculture antf'J
    during her stay here will be tsj
    fuest at Silver Beach GueslH
    louse. Woi thing. |
    MISS RLU1 GITTENS arrived
    in tn eulony on Thursday by
    B.WJ.A. iron. Trinidad and will
    spend two weoks' holiday here
    She teache al the SL Vincent
    Street E. C School and this is her
    first visit to Barbados. Miss Glt-
    ten Is a gue^l at Silver BeBch
    Guest House. Wo, thing.
    MISS RITA BROWN, a te*cher
    at the LaventlUe R.C. School.
    Trinidad, arrived In the colony on
    Thursday by B.W.I.A. to spend
    two weeks' holiday. This Is her
    first vudt to Barbados and during
    her short stay here she win be a
    i^uest at Silver Besch Guest House,
    Worthing.
    ARRIVING in the island from
    Trinidad by B.WJA. on
    Thursday was Miss Lettlce Crouch
    who teathes at the Tacarigua E.C.
    School. Miss Crouch has some
    over to spend two weeks' holiday
    here and this is the first time she
    nas visited Barbados. During her
    stay here she will be a guest at
    Silver Hearh Guest House, Worth-
    rOMING in by B.WJ.A. on
    Thursday from Trinidad was
    Miss Ellene O'Brien who will be
    spending two *cck.'. hulldai hc*<
    This is Miss O'Brien's first visit
    to the colony and she will be a
    Kucst at Silver Beach Guest House
    Worthing. Miss O'Brien teaches'
    at the Newtown Glrln' R.C.
    School.
    beautiful in an elegant
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    T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
    By RFRNARI) VM( KSTkU>
    JUST two more day.' I
    I will have done sag
    i the Tubby Hul
    But already they are glkinj
    king me ngn <*n iajn loi
    a second round.
    Tor Use beneft of
    Tubby Hubby club meml
    then wives who have had diffi-
    culty jetting some of the items on
    :hc onVial menu, here are some
    uMfU) alternatives.
    The items in socil paragraph
    ire more or less equal in nutri-
    tion and calorie value.
    Two ssms 1 i 02. cheese = i lb.
    while A*h I oarrtnum rasher uf
    6acoti=2 medium fltees of meat-
    1 "noil chop.
    One slice ol bread-? small po-
    fafoes.
    One apple I oranae'I pcgr=
    J very large llee of melo-i- ;
    grapefruit.
    The names uf the five Tubby
    Hubby volunteer* who will carry
    on with the diet when I am de-
    mobbed will be pubil-hed latci
    in !he week.
    MY TENTU DAY M>N|
    IWEAKFAKT
    One slice pineapple
    i they're cheaper Jat >** >
    Mixed cereal with milk
    Two allees toast or one
    roll, with scraplna ef
    batter
    rolTee and milk
    (ii" sogar)
    Lt'NCH
    '-null grilled sole or rod
    steak with lemon
    Two boiled potatoes.
    (not tfo large)
    One apple
    (uii.-,- or tea (no sugar)
    DINNER
    (lias* of orange or plnr-
    apple lull'
    Baked ham loaf nith
    apple sauee
    Two new potatoes, boiled
    spring greens
    Freeh green salad
    Black coffee
    TAumut
    April 21May 20
    , May 21Jons 21
    Tubby Hubble* helped boost
    takings of Ihe penny.lo-the-slol
    weighing machines owned by the
    Associated Automatic Marhlnr Co.
    Ing machines owned b\ the Asso-
    lass year. Into the slot west ji
    extra 13.000equal to 3.120.0*1.1
    -weighings".L.E.N.
    OI.YMIli
    TO-DAY TO MONDAY
    4.ss) .vim a.is.
    UNITED AHTIST DOUBLE
    Horse on his tie
    \'I8ITING London is ne of
    * America's trading shoe
    desagners Mi lunnan Del-
    man. He Is also a racehorse
    owner, and when I saw him
    Delman was wearing a lemon
    yellow tie cmbruderid with
    a horse's head.
    Delman is In the early
    fifties. With him U his wile, a
    former dancer. They riff*
    been married nine years.
    have an adopted daughter.
    Mrs. Delman Is tail, slender.
    wears her light brown hair
    In a poodle cut Bhe dresses
    simply In a sky blue l.nen
    ult. the jacket embroidered
    with white angora.
    What Is her choice of
    shoes? I 4.*w her wearing a
    pair of black patent sandals.
    A heels and ank.e
    Mrs. Delman usually
    likes plain court sh<
    andala. has them copied In a
    variety i materials-
    Her husband has a new
    idea : a "reflll heel.' u Ii
    fitted with metal prong.s
    with which any woman ran
    ; -purr a worn-down heel
    Delman s firm own 100 shoe
    stores in America. Indoors
    he wear.* casual grey suede
    s'aoes with wedge heels.
    ' They must fit perfectly." he
    .s.iy.s "Bo I get them made
    in London."
    saMaioi norm sttwttm.
    LISTENING HOURS
    ..IS-
    IS mm u at*
    The Np-
    , 4 10 ii m TM DbI1> "
    . 13 p m Itamp .1 Rghl. S p.m. PJft
    i: /, i.'i n.m li.inii'n Time. S p m il*"1'
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    Ml-up iid I'lmnniw M ">_
    | p in Tlif Nw.. 1 10 n i
    Bi-hlna Ihe Nc. T 41 p ii
    tw. a is p n> Rb<> N**
    P ii. Aninial K-im. 10 p n
    10,10 p m New* TklK. 10.15
    I MBgallnas. 10 30 p "> VU>ty
    /mi. C.f>> FaM GLOBE Ssfffcst.
    PRESENT THE EVENT OF THE YEAR
    Iraaaaa I KID SI SIK.US I I '.Ih - b S. ISp.aaa.
    Omv m-c-m....PRQDijCEg or-quo vabis-. coii.u ho it:
    yfctlon ln which your birthday .-"re^ and jV
    itlook is. aecordlng to the stars.
    penod to take On new Weui,^
    lions you nave studied wall lor"
    ..ii opportunity. I*rogress may start
    . lowly, but time will insure better results.,^
    *
    Hj ddvaitugeous to those who
    .-.tude forward with energy, knowledge. jL
    Compare your prOgjre** with othor'. have^^
    uj done your best?
    * ,*
    Auspicious on whole for well enecuted
    tilans. Legal, professional, general busi-
    ness marked for gains. Don't waste energy Jffs
    needlessly.
    * -a*
    Uttle of the unusual to offer this mixed *r
    day. You had better buckle dcajrn to wont,
    think carefully, and don't Jump to con-^
    elusions. Don't be touchy'
    *
    Dull for many matters involving mooey.-jS
    property. Have the courage to say no or*T
    yes .it right tlmg. as the situation may
    wise Respeei rank, age, sound advice. ,j
    * *, *
    Tmtux !(' on your judicious guard, ready for un-
    . L iL.. m tpected advantage* that a.ise overnight.^
    AOg. - a Look behind the surface for poswlbUities'
    open in your particular line of work.
    * Y >
    Jon. BJnlr 23
    jair mam. a
    R.pl ito ts
    Labour, managrmanl both can proCNas I
    l>otti adhere to Ihe Golden Rule, to a
    - and lake attitude. No one -aided.}L
    ooano
    Oet 84KOT. S
    AOITTAIO
    biased action ever made for a better whole.
    * *
    Overall picture to-day shows fresh bene-
    nts from quietly -iiiied-Qii worthy en-
    deavours. Matters that carry heary toll w
    .should be well worked out be.'ore trying, ^t
    Avoid disputes.
    ? M
    Don't go Into any tallspln trom taking "r*
    undue chances in money, business or any
    *Kot. 2SDee. M matters. Alter 2 p.m. you should find .
    rays increasingly favourable to family,^
    social activities.
    * -It
    Caution in money matters, transacting **
    OAPsuoOsUt business contracts, making loans. Protect
    4( Ds. US Ian. 21 your collaterals, don't be foolishly trust- w
    ing. Heart interests need care. *

    * Not all stimulating. Your intuition n*yk
    AQTJaAIUg i^8* pronunent part In your attvtsMi. In-
    Jsn T r*h 9n tricate things rate more careful study
    ^C Heart affairs, sports social matters in.*
    fresh fnvour.
    .. .
    Influences have -ome restrictions on cer-^C
    tain activities Aim to have right ohjeeHrea;
    don't ask for more than you deserve, and
    *- dor.'t show disappointment at nunor^f
    benefits
    YOU BORN TODAY: Generally pleasing and kindly dis-
    ^C position, but apt at time* to be egotistlcaL You have a temper, M
    keep this under control at all times. Are well supplied with
    uimmon sense: make efficient lawyer, doctor, nurse, public
    ^f official; also brilliant actor, musician. Don't tax health or ^
    spend money foolishly. Blrthdate; izaak Walton, most fam- T^
    ous fishing author; John Dryden. worthy poet laureate.
    ******* *__*_
    Pab. SIMarch 20
    DIAL 4220
    YOUR SHOE STORES
    DIAL 4606
    I


    SATURDAY, AUGUST , 1M2
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE:
    HURRICANES:
    How To Protect Your Property From Them Someone's
    gongV|
    MR. W M WOODHOUSE of th
    Development and Welfare Organi-
    zation broadcast a speech on
    Hurricanes .ind the protection of
    property over Barbados Hcdiffu-
    sion Network yesterday. Hi- said:
    Before I suggest what you can
    do to sarengthen your property in
    a hurricane, I think a description
    of on* and what it dots would
    not be out of place. The woid
    hurricane, said to be of cmrib
    origin, means "bin wind"; In othci
    part* of the world it U ; called a
    cyclone or typhoon.) Tropical
    storms vary In Intensity, but to
    moat of us ''hurricane'' irnpUea
    deatructive winds. The Unite*!
    9tatea Weather Bureau, which
    provides warnings for the Carib-
    bean, is careful to designate only
    the strongest and most destructive
    storms as "hurricanes." Laser-1
    storms are described as tropical
    disturbances." In the technical
    sense the word hurricane means
    j storm of tropical orgin wilh
    circular wind movement.
    Paths Plotted
    The paths of storms in the West
    Indies have been plotted since
    early io the 19th century. "We
    know that the greatest frequency
    of hurricanes in the Caribbean is
    during August. September, and
    October. It U also clear that the
    polnb. of origin and the direction
    of these hurricanes are most
    irreSJular. Even when one h&>
    started and it* track is being
    followed it la not possible to pre-
    dict its direction with certainty.
    Thia was the case with the
    Jamaica hurricane of last August
    It passed over St. Kitts and than
    followed a course well to the
    south of Puerto Rico and the
    Dominican Republic. Somewhat
    unexpectedly it then turned north,
    west and struck the south en-i
    shore of Jamaica. Many Jamaicans
    used to tell me that hurricanes
    cniy strike the north coastwhich
    is What happened in 1944; but
    they have since had reason to
    change their views.
    Two Movements
    A hurricane has two movements
    both of which occur at the saiae
    time. The first comprises the
    winds which circle around and
    Inwards toward the centre, and
    the second is the forward move-
    ment of the entire hurricane. The
    wind In circular movement is very
    violent and may reach a speed of
    100 ra-p.h. or more, especially on
    the other side of the ring. Tha
    progressive movement of the
    whole system on the other hand
    is only about 12 m.p.h.
    It is most important to under-
    stand the action of this ring: of
    violent wind, which I have Just
    described. At its outer adga
    winds are moderate, but some-
    times gusty and fitful a char-
    acteristic of all hurricane weather;
    at the inner edge winds reach
    their greatest intensity, lasting
    for as much us five minute*
    sometimes at ISO m.p.h. or more,
    with occasional gusts of even
    higher speeds. In the centre of
    this ring of violent wind shore is
    usually a calm area of little or no
    wind. It is known as the "eye
    of the storm" and may be between
    7 and 20 miles in diameter. Her"
    lies a danger to the unwary.
    When I hurricane passes over a
    fUce this calm centre is preceded
    y violent winds from oat ruiac-
    tlon and it is foltouvd by equally
    violent winds from the opposita
    direction. For example, if the
    hurricane comes from the oast
    the wind may strike first from
    the north then there will be a
    lull while the calm centra passet
    over and then there will be
    nnother violent wind, but this
    time from the south. People
    sometimes soy "the wind came
    :>ack" This Is not quite the
    fact, i( Is only the opposite side
    of the same whirl. Ignorance of
    this has caused many people be-
    lieving the storm over to leave
    their place of safety and to be
    killed or injured.
    Twelve Reported
    In 1950 twelve hurricanes wer"1
    reported in the North Atlantic;
    three of thAin ..fleeted tha West
    Indies. One of these three was
    known as Um Gieat Atlantic hur-
    ricane ;ind It passed over tha
    Leeward Islands in September.
    It started near the Cape Verde
    Island* off the Coast of Africa
    and reached Antigua in two days
    It took six hours to cross the
    iFland and the highest wind speed
    was estimated at 130 m.p.h.
    Fortunately only two lives were
    lost, but damage done to propert)
    and crops was estimated at over
    (B.W.I.) [h million.
    Serial I .e frees
    In 1951 ten hurricanes were
    reported in the North Atlantic.
    Each of these is given a serial
    letter under the Army signal
    alphabet system. The third, or
    hurricane CHARLIE, which struck
    Jamaica on the night of 17th
    August, was undoubtedly the
    worst It killed 152 people, in-
    lured 2.000. rendered 25,000
    homeless and damaged property
    and crops to .in estimated value
    of over <&W.I.> SS3 mflHon. The
    anenometer ov wind recorder t
    the PaUsadoes airport blew down
    after registering a velocity of 120
    m.ph.; the lowest barometric
    pressure recorder was 28.7 inches
    and 17 inches of rain fell during
    the five hour duration of tha
    stoiTn. This is more than one-
    quarter of the average amount of
    rainfall in Barbados during a
    whole year. This shows how
    important it is o try and ma*?
    your homo watertight as well as
    wind-tight.
    I arrived In Jamaica within 2\
    hours of the end of the nuna-.nr
    and during the next tan days I
    travelled extensively over the
    districts which had ,-eceived the
    most damage. 1 was able to in-
    spect the damage before repairs
    had been effected.
    First Impression
    My first Impression and this
    I confirmed by a more detailed
    inspection a month later with n
    American, who had been in
    sevi-ral hurricanes In Florida,
    was th.il a well designed and
    constructed building, whether in
    timber or other material, would
    withstand a hurricane. It was
    also clear that any defect of any
    part even one that might appear
    small or unimportant, might lead
    u> its destruction' and in its turn
    cans- further and extensive
    damage to the whole building. A
    faulty ridge or ridge Using, for
    instance, might result in damage
    to the whole roof. It was evident
    lhat the hurricane had struck
    from different sides of various
    L-uildiiigs, there is no advantage,
    therefore, In protecting one aide
    only.
    Projections and breaks in a well
    .ire not unnatural in the tropics
    where one designs for shade by
    means of galleries, deep eaves.
    awning etc. All these append-
    : i.-.. unfortunately, are liable to
    be lifted in a severe wind and
    particular attention should be
    given to their fixing. Indeed
    fixing Is all important, especially
    with small buildings. Here the
    total weight is of little account
    and the safety of the building
    depends upon the stability of the
    foundations and the anchorage of
    the superstructure to those foun-
    dations. The safety of the roof
    depends upon its connection with
    the walls; and indeed the safety
    of all members depends upon
    their anchorage to the structure
    and their ability to resist distor-
    tion and flying debris. A large
    nmount of the damage done U
    Jamaica was due to this last cause;
    the only sure precaution is to
    cover all window openings, es-
    pecially if they are glued, with
    storm shutters. Wire mesh will
    help, but the glass behind may
    still prove inadequate to resist the
    wind pressure though I saw
    many cases wher\ glazing of the
    right strengthand property fix-
    edhad stood up to the storm
    without other protection.
    Strengthen Your Home
    Government has recently issue!
    a notice entitled: "Strengthen
    your home against hurricane,"
    copies of which will be posted t
    various places in each Parish. The
    advice given is based on the e*>
    i>crience of the two hurricanes I
    have mentioned; and In conclusion
    I will quote these instructions: -
    Unless you take proper pre-
    cautions you may lose your home
    in a hurricane; and you may also
    cause damage to your neighbour
    Experience in Jamaica and
    Antigua shows that you can
    greatly Increase your safety by
    taking simple precautions. In
    some cases you will need the heln
    of n builder; in others you ms
    be able to do the work yourseli.
    First the FOUNDATIONS
    A wooden frame house ma\
    easily be blown off its foundations
    i* it icsts on stone or concrete
    blocks. The wooden corner posts
    should be tecurerl to stone blocks
    by fixing stakes to the posts and
    driving them well Into the ground
    If the pasta are resting
    Crete blocks they should be
    firmly fixed to the blocks with
    iron strips embedded fc( the
    concrete.
    Next the WALLS
    Unless all the para* of wan are
    tied together a hurricane will
    blow them apart. To resist hur-
    ricanes walls should be rigid.
    This means that there should be
    a continuous tie from top to bot-
    tom from the roof framing
    down to the foundations. Iron
    straps, or even wire lashings,
    may be used for this purpose.
    In wooden houses the connec-
    tions between top plates and
    inAtom sills ;.nd the upright posts
    shUusd be strengthened with
    < lagnnal braces. This is most
    important at the corners of the
    building.
    In stone or concrete block
    houses all timber plates should
    be securely fixed to the masonry
    walL This is best done with
    V" bolts.
    Then the ROOF
    In Miami, where they often get
    hurricanes, there is a saying:
    "Save ihe roof and you save alL"
    Roofs often suffer damage in
    hurricanes. Not only may your
    own home suffer, but the Hying
    debris may cause damage to
    others. Damage most commonly
    results because the covering U
    not properly fixed U> the rafters,
    which in turn are often not
    l.nniv fixed Ui the wall plates.
    Roof sheeting, must be properly
    fixed to the supports, preferably
    with long drive-screwa. Rafters
    and purlins must not be too
    widely spaced. As an example
    an aluminum sheet roof in
    Antigua with rafters at 18 inches
    apart and purlins at 30 inches
    Hpart and nails spaced every 10
    laches resisted the hurricane of
    lf50.
    A high wind will lift a roof H
    it gets into the air space between,
    the roof and the supports. These
    spaces as well as window:;,
    \ emulators etc. should be
    sealed off during hurricane
    ,>eriods.
    Next WINDOWS
    These should be covered by
    stout metal Or wood shutters,
    f.ecured by cross bars held In
    place by metal brackets fixed
    into the walls.
    fTboUl (. A11. IK IKS
    Being open on several sides a
    gallery roof is especially liable to
    be blown off In a hurricane.
    The remedy is to make sure
    that all parts of the structure are
    made rigid by tying the parts
    together described for walls and
    roofs. The bases of the posts
    should be securely fixed into the
    ground or to some rigid part of
    the structure.
    Then WATER STORAGE
    TANKS
    The rain falling during a hur-
    ricane Is very likely to be salt an
    it is important to cover open drink-
    ing water tanks
    'And lastly TREES
    During hurricanes trees often
    fall on to buildings and cause
    gfeat damage. Any tree or
    branches which look as tf thev
    might damage your house in a
    hurricane should be trimmed
    to the Jamaica hurricane of
    1901 most of the wooden build-
    ings which collapsed were found
    to be Infested by wood ants. fY*
    this reason the buildings could
    not withstand the force of the
    hurricane.
    No one can tell whether a hur-
    ricane will visit Barbados or not;
    but at least one should be pre-
    pared. Government is taking all
    leesonable precautions, but it is
    up to each one of us to help him-
    self. This applies not only
    before, but also after, a hurri-
    cane; should the worst happen
    over-/ one will have to Join in to
    clean up. We must avoid the
    sightseeing" which followed the
    J ama lea hurricane.
    nbOSS Who Want
    Federation
    Should Unite
    Sug.
    LONDON, Aug. 8
    Mr. Albert Gomes, Trinidad's
    Minister of Labour this afternoon
    expressed a view in an exclusive
    interview that Trinidad and the
    Eastern Caribbean colonies should
    consider the advisability of Fed-
    eration among themselves In view
    of the apparent reticence and lack
    of interest of other colonies in the
    wea|| gfltrn of West Indian
    I- Cdrration.
    Mr. Gomes said: "A start has to
    be made somewhere. If Trinidad
    and the Windward and Leeward
    Islands took the lead further de-
    velopment may then follow "
    Mr. Gomes pointed out that In
    action in the matter of Federa-
    tion had resulted In the Afrlrnn
    .ojonies which until recently hsl
    been behind (he West Indies I"
    constitutional development new
    being In advance and proceeding
    it an accelerated pace.
    He said that viewed from Lor,
    don one could appreciate even
    more the need for )oint West In-
    dian action In this matter.
    He pointed out that the main
    argument in favour of Federation
    was that It would provide a fur-
    ther means of self-expression in
    the West Indies which at the
    moment are constrained to re-
    stricted action within Individual
    colonies.
    Referring to recent Jamaican
    demands for self-government Mr
    Gomes said that political self
    nssertlveness would not suffice.
    The basic criterion was economic
    liability.
    "In th elast resort It Is the abtl-
    itv of the country to provide ade-
    quate standards of living for Its
    people that matters "
    people that matters" he said.
    "However bizarre the political
    pattern in Trinidad If the fact
    remains that we are making rapid
    economic progress and In terms
    of welfare resources are in ad-
    vnnce Of any other Caribbean
    territory."
    Mr. Gomes pointed out that ft
    was In terms of rcinomlc strength
    that the West Indies as a whole
    would be apprised by the British
    Government and Commonwealth
    countries He emphasised thnt
    only a healthv economy could
    make democratic government pos-
    sible and without It progress be-
    came unlikely
    "Trinidad's" attitude in West
    Indies relations" concluded Mr
    Gome* "ha* always been modest.
    But era should however not be
    unaware of our strong bsrgnlntng
    power and ability to Influence
    West Indian development. Tha
    smisssful Federation structure of
    the future will depend primarilv
    on the economic strength of
    Trinidad"
    jar Workers
    Fad 4-Month
    Strike
    Macau Instructed
    .Vot To Apologise
    To Red China
    M
    > (kt Own Cpr.^po.ifl.nl
    CjKENADA. Au
    HON<; KONG, A. .
    tk nnvi||r Hani Keats
    , nf said thai the Portuffueat.- I
    ..r. -:". --_ (.ovrrnmcnl in Lisbon has In-
    -,,.avUfSon.M ""?;r;rw.n'bord"cl"* '
    ';" '" how ,'*,,W'J, ""mow"'
    >ln. ,nd Mfnl. I w,k..r. ,.*'" ,'" *1 U> gtvlnr'
    (.omraunlsts an Informal aiolus"'
    V" '*?' daia '> M"
    n said lh<- Poniujucw govern- I
    to
    Man
    l nin
    In
    ho had
    and Mental WMnn
    Mi ciairycon-
    ' InUuTtn
    toWI these worker' nether the "*" ''f '* willing- (o bend back
    Vfftl a.i ooVin! Mr unofficial w ,n n effort to reach a
    " v Inji he said to ""leable settlement bv pavinl:
    ihem -hat if was tmofflel.il and Cf,n,munlsts some reasonable
    resumption He did so. ^npensatlon f o r Communist
    I the Cu-wrhV, and ptuaeiu dama*eT
    had been .ipptving for dashes. w"","aW ,n
    work, ndicatmi a gencr.il ifesl i '
    'hot .--------- w*r"
    bjerterl to the -,
    atnBfc.yQ.em hy the management H. (slbliHlH OviTMi'^r
    of a new overseer, a Mr. Kenaedv, ** *.r\* rw 4 r
    who the\ declared thev did 'P. f J gg
    like because Fie was not ktndlv railfjff^rrOCt IIT(*
    it to Ihe \i M \v v. Thei
    did not work a dnv with Mr
    Kennedy who the managemer* -_
    \ Mrifish Guiana, arrived In the
    Mr B W Whvte, Grade I Over-
    lartagemerf jeer, Public Works Department.
    ........... .... .,.,. n"Mi,i|i.ii'i' '! *"*" fronts (A'parrrnoql i
    installed on March 27 la si \ "riflsh Guiana, arrived in the
    result, -h^v reaped no estate can'sT'o'ony yesterday (August 7|h> on
    ;nd th. Crenadn Sugar Factory "j"ansfer to Barbados as Assistant'
    f.M mi tioi-c j ih- _*> t_ iiri fFngtn**** n- * -
    i'M;
    Id., owners of the pstate. in tun (Engineer Department of High-
    y tenants'!tv*y" nd Transport
    pmehnse any u
    iless theirs v. i
    The vasl mnjitrity of the 100
    worker- arc
    tate.
    ThuJ .i long deadlmk cn-v.
    ind In many public mertins-
    i ttacked the stand taken by S
    pany, whii. *
    gave token assistsnc*
    WIN WITH
    SralQlHG
    OVErt 70 rtARS OF SPORT
    ,. 0. SPAIDIN6 & UR0S. LTD
    u- si.iiui innen r>v - "
    vht\r the Uniotilr0"1 H
    ance to the -ti ik-l*"srge.
    rofticc.
    won has not t.Lkc fT'om 1
    )IIC platfmm foi quite .>|1f'Pr
    at his last Market Square 1'"
    ! promised legal aciior.fj0"
    the Company, saying on' rV^',
    .-.fRrrrt: himiLI l. ^.,,.1
    Whvte who is 37 years of'
    holds a Diploma as an Asao- I .
    -.-y Member of the Institute of
    'Highways Engineers, Indon. He
    irved :,- clerk, Timekeeper and
    ssistam Overseer (Roads and
    Defences) West Demerari
    i!'"-19t3 and as Clerk-in-,
    Public Works Department
    West Demerara District
    1943-1944 In 1943 he was,
    Ippolnted Grade u Overseer
    Ronds) and five years later wa
    promoted Senior Overseer From i
    8M he has been serving on as I
    lerk of Works, Road Construe- |
    Iry, who
    the publ
    season.
    meeting
    .igfiin-t ,,.. < ......
    of his officer* would be ...
    Trtnld.
    No Bowasar, \u- hag sdviaai
    ll unii .ind to n ,* > r g~, -v
    to co-oparaH with rfl mgnagi H < .OIll Ult'llt I.*.*. (Ill
    mkiiI bs it is his wish to rshiblistl
    better itnployer-wurkei ,
    No Union support, he .sum, (VO-m*
    10 any who acted to uSj
    Contrary There irart to be
    ; i:r,n 'inker, either, but worhH
    i - -- -". hii.iii VII1HIIIII-
    Programme Corentyne. Ber-
    M';iiilni Voyage
    Schoonsg Confident /. G. which
    as built Bl Browne's Bench, Baj
    jx isra.""...' i;"! : "C'"spare
    Leader tiring the matter t .o*^,"'. S!E!2r nd "" r^9m22fcm2lS
    towardi ^tttantnl , |pp,r Krn, lmit
    ,i';,'' Sffi.2 Mr; G"''U Il-r-pu1. iiudeupofSBIon.
    dechlon. conflict h arUm with 0, , nvc lon, J UmMtonCi
    one ot his cloM.1 lifulrni.ni. -g 0r,n, , bt-.ilu. 28 cr-
    rrc.um llandolph clurln wh.f|nl f ,o,p. in, t.ri, of nan.
    it Is undcrAtood, told Iho labour--'and 67 bags of mal
    Itoiti all points of view
    the world's BIGGEST
    small-car buy!
    President's -il : 1.1 4 ,.
    tliat ttu> should holu on. havn sg \r
    stood their ground during the hardM
    when there provisions^
    were scarce.
    Mr. Gairy has announced sus- ,
    penhlon of the Treasurer.
    iffoVnt I. a Is consigned to
    iner Owners' Assoclution.
    ~*
    U.S. $ Down
    Cameramen Will
    Film Eva's Funeral
    BUENOS AIRES, Aug 9
    Four American cameramen have
    arrived under a contract to the
    Argentine Government to make a
    technicolor film of Kva Peron's
    funeral this week-end.
    After lying in state at the Min-
    istry of iJihnur during the past
    two weeks, she will be laid to
    resttemporarilyIn a two-day
    ceremony during which the
    nation's armed forces w*ll iwirr
    render her maximum honours nor-
    mally accorded only to a Presid-
    ent who dies in office. The rest
    of the country will be unde*
    orders from the powerful (_'GT to
    cease work for a duration, and
    only essential public serrloss will
    be maintained with the usual
    symholic stoppages at ilxc.t per -
    ods.UJ.
    Syngnian Hhee
    tfonourts Vaii Fleet
    MONTRSAl.. Aug. I
    ' 1111- United Statss'Dollar Thurs- !
    day closed at a discount of 3 tl/92 I
    pvr cent In trrms of i .madisn
    funds, down I II from Weditss-1
    day's close. That Is, it took
    )fl 1/82 cents Canadian to buy 91 :
    American. The pound sterling
    wits (S.88%. down & from Wodnei-
    SEUUU KOkEA Aug. U
    aad Syngnuiii .thee, vic-
    torious In last T
    Korean eleclion. awarded Presi-
    dential uii.i 10 United Slates EighUi ARnj
    Cuuunander Creneial James Vs.i
    F1f*1 *J" The pound sterling was up H of
    Rhee said at the ceremony -.-, iau. __*-.
    In New York the Canadian dol-
    lar was up 3/32 of a cant at a
    premium of 4 5/32 per cent In
    terms of United Slates funds In
    ^losing foreign exchange dealings
    hWs H ll w inuns m. n
    at SM rlu>m Uiu .n hiaf 1
    BghfJ- in h. .a. aparti.*
    .4-p^iilri.
    rnnivM m.ygo. boili
    iul ttmmh 1-uSi u onr .( ..r
    lh> nvatrn-Muiini.xHi, ,
    linn" rnnipl. Lwlhi
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    that if it had not been for th<
    help of Van Fleet and his army
    "we would not have survived.
    Van fleet 111 turn praised "the
    magnificent contribution"' made
    by the South Korean soldiers to
    the .urcesj. of the All let in Koret.
    U.P.
    n cent at 92 78Mi..
    / Wills Admitted
    To Probate
    His Lordship Mr Justice G L.
    Taylor in the Court of Ordinary
    yesterday admitted to probate
    the wills of Rosaline E. Gllkes,
    Christopher A Brathwalte and
    John R. Hoyte of St Michael.
    and Louise R Gibson of St.
    James
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    fiAK8AlK)S ADVOCATF.
    S.Vri'RDVY. AI'd'ST 9, IK2
    BARBADOS.^ ADVOCATE
    fttaW r ! itaNH c. IM " SI, lUs.ll.S
    Our < iiiiiiiliin llaril.iL:> I"
    My f. -*. Ht
    Ssllirdsy. AliKUst , 1*8*
    I I .OH I I* l.AHIM >S
    THK Horticultural Society \s to be con-
    gratulated on its initiative in arranging to
    hold a Miniature Garden Exl ibition at the
    Barbados Museum during the last week of
    August.
    The Society's exhibition at the Drill Hall
    earlier this year reached a very hi^h stand-
    ard and visitors to the museum later this
    month can be assured that their contribu-
    tion to the society's funds will be fully
    rewarded by the excellence of the minia-
    ture gardens to be displayed.
    A society which is anxious to keep alive
    an interest in flower growing throughout
    the island and to propagate a knowledge
    of horticulture has no more suitable chan-
    nel of early communication :han an exhi-
    bition. Until an interest in flower growing
    and in horticulture has been aroused the
    more individual lienents to be gained from
    membership of the horticultural society
    cannot be appreciated.
    By holding frequent exhibitions the
    Society can hope to attract not only the
    enthusiastic members of the Horticultural
    Society and amateur gardeners but hun-
    dreds of others who have hitherto dis-
    played lukewarm or no interest in flower
    growing.
    It is important that the general public
    should realise that the Horticultural Soci-
    ety is not an exclusive society of flower
    lovers but exists for the encouragement of
    flower growing and propagation of horti-
    cultural knowledge throughout.the island.
    It would be most pleasing to the Commit-
    tee of the Horticultural Society if every
    householder of Barbados became a mem-
    ber of the Society and the low member-
    ship fee makes this possible
    But while the activities <>t the Horticul-
    tural Society are of general interest to the
    whole community they are of particular
    interest to those who are most directly
    concerned with the promotion of the tour-
    ist trade.
    The hotels and residential clubs of Bar-
    bados have, it is true, many of them
    attained a high standard with respect to
    gardens and flowering trees. Others have
    been less successful in this direction. An
    exhibition of miniature gardens ought to
    be of especial interest to proprietors of
    such hotels and guest houses.
    Apart too from the direct application
    which owners and managers of hotels and
    guest houses might be expected to make
    t.f the knowkediy cqunud i.oin u visit to
    the Mmilure.Tfcrdens at the Barbados
    Museum the support of all those engaged
    directly In the toarist industry of Barba-
    dos for the Horticultural Soc'ety is essen-
    tial if the island is to become more beauti-
    ful and therefore more attractive for the
    tourist.
    Although tjiere are exceptions to the
    general rule the promoters-of the tourist
    industry in Barbados are not yet fully
    aware of the need for devoting some of
    their promotional energies towards the
    residents of Barbados. The operators of
    .hotels and clubs and business organisations
    are increasing their advertising expendi-
    ture on the visitors to Barbados from
    overseas but they have not yet realised
    the need for educating Barbadians to wel-
    come tourist visitors with tidy streets and
    well-tended gardens.
    The Horticultural Society not only can
    help the hotel owners and club proprietors
    on the way to beautifying their own prem-
    ises but if supported by the tourist indus-
    try can take much more active steps to-
    wards spreading horticultural knowledge
    and an interest in flower growing. An easy
    way to give such support would be to
    attend the exhibition of Miniature gardens
    at the Barbados Museum at the end of this
    month.-
    ABEL l.llf I MIM.I
    At Balliol I <; ,j<. in has own department ->1
    One of the mosl brilliant sons which e>v< live of the ancient history he wu an ac-
    uf, Harrison College was Abel main lines ol development ol luiowlcdsed authority, and what
    Heady J ..( Oorek Public L*w. I,, 1V01 he he had already given to the world
    the Rev. Nat Greenldge. the gift- brought out hut llo-nan Public gave further promise 'or th*
    ed, It eccentric, parson and school- Ijfe' in Which he traced the future "
    ni.wier whose name Is ail)] a erowth of the R..man constitution
    household word in Barbados. and *howt~i I K-niu- His Tragic Death
    Born at the Belle Farm Estate In ul the Bum*- .mUi all
    I8tj5. Abel was sent u> Harrison lhr problem- ol u.i'i.mistratioji The view that Abel Greenldge-
    rollcge a few years after Horace lney hiwl .,,,, jcatn was due t0 mushroom
    nc-anion had assumed the duties h published -Leg.! Piocedu'e m uoisoning has bean contradicted
    2 ^SSSSZJU.T X Wl1 Cicero's Time" which Is regarded Cy those who knew him inlimate-
    F.a^L u^Cm hi^h^SvIi Ih" mnBt important of bis l,\ He d.ed of an affection of the
    rC?*'the humnn.T.es tha\ wl3 ** ***& Z *" * on by over-w.rK
    to prove the great passion of hli Oxinng this Ume Greenidgc also ,d financial worry. The warn-
    peal
    life. It was the early train
    ecelved at the Collegi
    '.he foundations for tti
    I he
    wrote numerous
    th'at""aid Classical Review
    _ brilliant William Smith
    hievements that wore to bring. R*,nw" nd *f ni? ^"rt "? .V*
    him renown in the field of schol- "Students Gibbon These latter
    r-hlp learning.
    Abel Oreentdge won the Barba-
    ls Scholarship in 1884 and the
    Allowing year went to Balliol
    Tollcge. Oxford. The Master of
    i.utiol at the time was the famous
    lenjamin Jowett and under his
    eadershlp the College enjoyed .1
    gh reputation as a seat of
    arnlng. There could not have
    NO a more congenial centiv for
    m young undergraduate and
    QltCttadn eagerly sot about to
    ntisfy his Intellectual curiosity.
    Almost t once his capacity for
    VOTk and lh* Wo with which he
    ibsorbed knowledge at n prodt-
    iou ntte began to attract ..Iieii-
    Jon and soon after his arrival the
    Master sent for him for a special
    ntervicw. Such a thing was oi-
    nott i.nprvcedented for a frcsh-
    nan of three weeks' standing
    irccnldge, therefore, approached
    bi Mattfe with no little treplda-
    ion. When Jowett told him ton'.
    ie had heard that he was working
    ii eleven limns j day, Greenldge
    asteeked to saj, in his own
    if 1 .nee, that eleven hours a day
    vas ail he could manage at the
    mie since he was busy acclimotls-
    ng himself to life at the Colleg-.
    lowett could scarcely suppress
    Mnlle when he replied Hurt the
    larbadian had misunderstood him
    h:it eleven hours a day was too
    r.uch and that, in the interests ot
    us health, he must cut it down.
    mpresaed by Greenldge's simple
    'cal, Jowett took an immediate
    iking to him and from that
    -noment began a friendship thai
    .vai to continue until the Master's
    Jcath, in 1883. #t
    articles for the ;ng given by the Master of Balliol
    and revised Sir thai he should reduce his hours
    "History of. 0f work went unheeded by the
    eager student of the humanities
    Later In his career, Jowett again
    ABEL OREENIDOE
    (i pichwe hanoiuy ', the Hall 0/ Harrlwm CoUcur.
    Abel Greenldge won first class
    icnoura in Classical Moderations
    and two years later gained
    tasks, which do not complete the intervened to try to save Greei-
    bal of his lit 1 .r> .u-iiv.ties, .dgr from his self-destroying
    h* distinction of being putcee- Oratnldgji part rmtd U il the;/ teal and sent him to consult a
    Irst in the tlrst dust, in his Final*. wor' "'" Ptf11*!.*0 Uu tAken in *PPrlallt in Harley Street It did
    l was a signal triumph for ris rtlll,c while his main atten- not need a specialist to duignov.
    larrlaon College sincv in the past Uon w"s i1x,l1 "" "", '' ""Plil"ta", lhat drinking te and smoking
    onflned to Ihe more renowned of :.. , _. awake until 2 am. was under-
    he English lhiblic Schools. But ... IIis. Creu(..Wyt mining the health of the Barba-
    I 1- was only the beginning of
    His Great Work
    After a :hort visit to Barbados, dian.
    la
    lenidge
    ademic triumph'
    where his friends vied with
    And all this time his financial
    Inrltwl li, 1 MlMvahTn it aCa other in paying him honour,
    I Mt,^= P,JL Abel Grcenidge set himself to the t**** w none too rosy. It ha I
    iertford College, where he "be-
    -ame a lecturer In 1892 and tutoi
    in 1002. After gaining his M.A., he
    *. appointed a leciurer
    \nclcnt History at BrasenoM
    College and an examiner in the
    task for which ho had been pre- been conildently expected thai he
    paring for a number of years. The would * *ectad to a fellowship
    1. rmldable undertaking to which '! Brasenose, since he had done
    Groenidge now addrcfsed himself, much w-ork of real value for the
    was to further and complete the College. It would have meant a
    hol Two vMr* fctupendous labours of ttoe Ger- awal deal to him financially. But
    mittunn^Jn\*$!l man historian, Theodor Mommsen. this waa de*4ed him. apparent-
    wns .iw.irdcd Ihe D- Ull fdt
    ils untiring resc.-uvh and
    iiiKllMi cunlrlbutluns to clu**nial
    r^irnlng.
    I earner and Writer
    > frpquenUy bctrn the caw
    nat men. who iire eminent tn
    ,-huloi-ship und learning do not
    With it.tli.il,- patience nd Indus- ly because some members of the
    ",', try, ha had boon g.thexmg lh. governing bod, of the College
    vfast mateiial which he planned were opposed, to those who llkea
    to use for a monumental work on to till in their leisure time with
    llw history of Rome. research. Eventually his trlenos
    took up his csuse and secured In..
    Would ho be able to equal the election to a fellowship to St.
    Cicnnan liistoilan in the range ol John's College. But it was tell
    his knowledge, in the compteto lnJlt thul turn in his fortunii
    ly possess the abilltj to mastery of vast and Intractable came jqq |%lle to save him. For he
    impart their knowledge to those uatorlal. In the flirn grasp of died not lung afterwards and w.i
    ate aie less fortunately gifted detail, and in the dramatic pre- bur)M ln Holywell Churchyard
    .h:in themselvel. But if that may wntatlon ,,< the tacta? Would he, A year after hli death his wldov
    be called a rule, Greenldge was the l other words, l>e able to Of , granted a civil list pension
    are exception. He possessed the bine In the historian the peculiar , csldeialion o( hls services to
    Jift of making the most complex gj|u ol the philosopher and tho |n0 ,lud b^,^ iaw and hu.
    things appear simple and his ,oel7 These were Ihe questions ,orv h ,h(. dled short| ,,.
    Ireturrs were a.source of insplrs- that naturally sprang lo the mind ", pparently broken by the
    .urn to all those who sat at his ,nd Greenldge approached his d ,Wbi ,hi had
    TIC, Th.?k,.'2u.d ? ^ ''!ur 8rcat !f w"i *, h",1"""* ' afflicted her husband. Oxford wu
    Hiking tribute to hi. effective- ui, schoUu, yet with the conn, , ronsplcuou,i, ..,, ,0 ,he
    !at which dence that the undertaking, lr. m who n,d don much lo .
    J$?S!'JZ?'JE2Z K'i!. ?'..'-"JSJEi"*- "*s "* hance It. reputation a, a centre
    nrss as a teacher than that which dence
    John Buchan paid him In his auto- mUc of Us magnitude,
    b.<.iiraphy. -The supreme advan- Myund his rcaources.
    ol uxfnrd to me." wrote the ^ pian J ,he WDlk had been "' 0"glnal rta"h'P
    ii mous uuthor and administrator, .arefully laid- The History was in U is not too much to say that
    was that it enabled me to dls- ^ completed in fix volumes and the death of Abel Greenldge, when
    -over what talent* I had and what ,he first of these was publish..^ he was stilt in the prime ol life,
    I really wanted to do. Horizons jn 1904. The form and content it was a tragedy for modern histon-
    had extended and revealed a sur- ^ flrst vo|umi. pva happ) cal scholarahip. At a time when
    prising number uf things which indication of what lay in store for scholarly research brought little
    woke my curiosity, 1 wanted to crcenidge's readers. In order to material rewards, he chose to dc-
    xp>.rv the wider stages of life. |ve a clenr ilic[Urt. ot lhe eondl- vote himself, with a slnglemind-
    L.csidea I had become attached xiQa$ wh,cj, led up to the great ednesa that never wavered, to the
    the study of the law and. under ronfl)'rt ,hlU Wllfl 1o set lhc Vario.is task of extending the boundaries
    he inspimtion of H,K">lt.'ho'ar: sectlom, of Rome at each other's of human knowledge. He dedi-
    Sal i *;a"\iJ^"**l'J^i throats, he made it his first task catcd himself to a life of almost
    10 write a social and cconom'c total self-abnegation, scorning de-
    hi^tory of the period that was to lights and living laborious days,
    command the attention and r. He suffered and endured to fur-
    ipect ot all who were competent ther the great task he had under-
    to give a sound opinion on the taken and he deserves a high place
    tubject, among those who are rcKaided 11
    jnortyrs in the cause of dlsinter-
    hlp.
    HO.Mt: EXHIBITION
    THE emphasis which is quite rightly
    being laid on family We ana the impor-
    tance of home economics ;is prerequisites
    i.f higher Uving standards in the British
    Caribbean can easily bo forgotten amid the
    turmoil of ideas which jostle for the atten-
    tion of Caribbean governments.
    But Barbados which with some justifica-
    tion prides itself on its uniqueness of
    approach to common West Indian prob-
    lems might steal the limelight from Puerto
    Rico, Jamaica and Trinidul by originating
    a practical demonstration of home econo-
    mics at this year's Annual Fair and Industrial
    and Agricultural Exhibition In Queen's Park.
    Every year at Olympia the Daily Mall of Lon-
    don sponsor.- a Homes Exhibition which is visi-
    ted bj housewives and, husbands from all parts
    jI thl United Kingdom and the British Com-
    monwealth. Barbados need do nothing no spec-
    tacular. Bui the ease and frequency wilh whlih
    Barbadian houses are moved in lotto from one
    perch of stones to another suggests that an exhi-
    bition of six types of Barbadian houses could
    quile easily be arranged in Queen's Park. If the
    assistance of Miss Dora ibberson. who
    sounding the m-cessary warning throughout Ihe
    British Caribbean that home economics must be
    placed in the context vt the average West Indian
    home, Is sought il ought to be possible for n most
    instructive exhibition ot how six Barbadian
    family groups can improve their standards of
    living without increasing their expenditure to
    be presented.
    No more satisfactory opportunity for adult
    education exists in Barbados than the Annual
    I 1 II plain are made now
    tctlon and lilting ol lii
    Barbadian homes a moht original exhibition can
    be stage' In Queen's Park and ;i
    doughty blow*will have been struck on behalf
    of those who an- aetive lo promote 'He advan-
    tages of family life and the necessity of training
    in home economics.
    ken a lively Interest In the most
    details uf the Greek and
    lioinan legal systems."
    Although Abel Greenidgc was
    amslunlly employed as a teacher
    ,nd examiner, he goon began to
    uniisii '.he academic world by
    'he quantity and quality of hi* But the great work, planned on ^ed'schol
    llerary output. Early in his career iuch a scope and begun with so
    h" was invited to contribute to impressive ,i lirst volume, w:s It may be claimed, without
    Smith's Dictionary of Antiqul- never to be oompleted For Uree 1- exaggeration, that, if Abel Green-
    "lee" and he wrote niunivuus ,dge died a, the comparative ear- lge had lived longer* he wou.rl
    tides far that authoritative ly age of forty-one. when he was have won a foremost place among
    .vork. That was the kind of Intel- (.tilt working on his necond. voJ- ihe scholars of Euroj)e. it is small
    levtual exeietoe to which h> liked ume. Bui lhe eminent Bar- wonder that Harrison College 1-f
    devout his spate lime. Then badian had already produced proud of him and tfiat the boys
    rullowed hisr%books in sticuu enough t show ihu world what of the school once contributed
    I at avcined to suggest that the mightier triumph, he might have their pennies to have his portrait
    n.agic well would never go dry. .clileved if he had been given a hung in their Assembly Hall. For
    His first was entitled "Infamla. longer life. The London Ttsnes. in no one has < ne more than Abe!
    place ln Itoouui Public and ipjte of Its practice of under- Greenldge to give Barbados and
    position ^f
    Private Law- and It proved to statement, was" moved to pay him 'he West Indies
    be ... interesting contribution lo ., striking tribute at the time of honour in the world of scholar
    the piTValiing knowledge of >,ls passing I ship and learing
    Roman legal practice. Two .wars newspaper, "will be regarded 11 Next Saturday JOHN PED-
    great loss to classical scholar- MAN BOVEl.L).
    li'lcr he published his '
    ndbook
    Our lla-iaciVrs Sa :
    progress. colonies eon.vrned. Now that
    __ much depend* on this soli- optative enneavour ha* been 111-
    AW/f'rVilio/i' iritj "i 1 in..... und unit) ol hroduced in the West Indies and
    7\i T/ie Editor. The Adeocoir aetlon that it cannot i>r o\-ei em- niw taken loot In the various
    SIR.The subject of Federa- Pnaaleed or tin* often str.-ssed. We uni,s. why -iiould _ an efforl
    lion so widely discussed these '""** endeovour lo sink our pct:y he made to expend and lau
    days and upon which so much nifTcrences and be big enough -o *) a moveinant
    .iepends. as to our future destiny, respect the views and opinions of ,,,'1<1 '< hrm,;
    makes it somewhat Impossible to others and endeavour in 1 spirit
    escape being caught In lhe tide "( WOdWiU aim d-op-Talion. tn
    Of expressions, DO! way OT an- """:| '"" '
    other. * I ll1 'H.-.'^fuUy and complcle-
    . worm >'
    other.
    which would
    closer to each
    As I j -n our manner of approach. Un- V ""-,n d,aun!t
    lew. and until we. of these scat- *
    tered units of the West Indlc-. c*?lt>it lhat spirit
    to feel and 10 'hl- ";i I *>l
    his inigbe r
    mlstrui
    of comrnde-
    leniTii-i
    This, of couise, is no new sug-
    geslion, but It enly needs the
    Initiative, someone with the ability
    to organise i worthy to begin operations along
    the right lines. I see no reason
    why a venture of the kind off*''-
    ing 15.00 shares (a sum within
    the reach of all. should not be
    begin to think.......... . .
    SCI m terms 'West Indian' Federa- h^'<^ OUT
    lion will ever remain a 'link- Ag I see it. the matUl of Inter- oversubscribed In a comparative-
    ling cymbal .. pmbr.., (n, ly ihort time. Many a big concern
    Therein lies the first step on Brv of toda] began in a smaU way.
    this momentous march. The flr-t vlo |c Why slyuld we pretend to be to
    enemy to be conquered is o-ir \>n i tenri helpless and depend so largely on
    insularity and lack of cohesion ,n(. to solve at least son- of lhe Imperial help or expect Big In-
    we must realise that in auras ,w confront us- terest to direct the way.
    are triumphs and defeats. Hy our Sucli a service, u 1 my, ran Through this channel oar sur-
    TorU (oft lime in* leveAopad as huge co- plus output *.( food and other pro-
    aclously) we make or mar our rperaiion, embracing all t h e aj Frem rage C
    NOBODY'S
    DIARY
    MondayOld Macdonald had a shirt
    Yip-oh-yippy-y ay!
    And on that shirt he wore a tie
    Yip-oh-yippy-yay!
    And this is all that Malcolm wore
    In posh hotel or posh iance floor
    Because in countries where it's hot
    The old tuxedo's best forgot
    But not of course the longs.
    Chorus: In countries where it's hot
    Tuxedo's best forgot:
    Our girls and boys
    Find Equipoise
    when wearing the Macdonald.
    As the Chorus ends, the gramophone re-
    cord which for five minutes has been
    stuck on the needle is plainly heard
    "Everybody's doln itdoin it ... every
    body's doin itdoin it . "
    TuesdayUp at Seawell in th* restaurant
    there is a door which lead, to two com-
    partments "one lor the masters and one
    for the dames." Unfortunately there was
    none for the little boy aged twelve or so
    and when he strolled into the dames he
    was hurriedly ejected.
    Wednesday"They believe that the move-
    ment does useful work in high-lighting
    the importance of stale family life." Ex-
    tract from a daily newspaper.
    What a subject for a general know-
    ledge paper.
    "Describe as briefly as possible, with
    highlights but no purple passages the in-
    gredients which add up to stale family
    life." First father's beer and tobacco.
    Next the fug that comes from closed
    windows. Whether family or non-family
    most Barbadians sleep in rooms with no
    chinks. Breathe stale air. Bread is stale
    but biscuit.- are dumb. Why?
    Come to think ol it life itself can be
    stale.
    How many office workers on Monday
    say "I feel so stale on Mondays." Stale
    air. Stale fish, meat. Stalemate in chess.
    Old wives tale (That's cheating but what
    so stale in life as an absence of fresh
    air: the great guffaws of laughter .stir
    up the staleness of the air and make
    family life exciting and full of romance)
    Chance for the newspapers. Beginning
    Monday and all next week Stale Famil>
    week. The organisers of stale family
    week want to remind you that the im-
    portance of stale family life is receding
    in this city. The decision to run stale
    family week was taken after long and
    careful consideration.
    Highlights will of course be hung . .
    P.S. Who is highlights and what did he
    do to deserve being hung?
    Trinidad boy with no tie: Laugh boy.
    Joke.
    Nobody: Stale.
    P.P.S. Don't let the cinema or the
    radio in on this and keep the Barbados
    Players out of it or some playwright will
    be dramatising the "Importance of Being
    Stale." Wouldn't Samuel Butler have
    rejoiced!
    CANASTA PLAVbHO CARDS.
    Instructions
    PATIENCE PLAYING CARDS
    Complete wilh
    $2.28 Set
    4
    ....... 72c. Set
    AIV Sj#sgfj*g*geBs*g*sj##g^^
    ThursdayTo-day I learnt a lot about the
    psychology of speed limit breakers. It's
    the clock that haunts them. Each second
    of the unrelenting minute vibrate;
    through their thought processes urging
    them to trod on the accelerator press
    and so beat ihe clock. I did a bit of
    foot-putting down myself and refused tc
    be rushed along at 55 m.p.h. But the un-
    * relenting seconds so harried the speed-
    limit breaker that his needle constantly
    clocked ten over the legal 30.
    Finally retribution in the shape of a
    flat tire overtook hiin within 15 minutes
    walking distance of his destination. We
    had by this time a cool 25 minutes in
    hand. But did the speed-limit breaker
    take it nicely? No he blamed me.
    He always drove fast he said to allow
    time for flat tyres or breakdowns. But he
    weakened his argument somewhat by
    confessing quite unnecessarily (since no
    one had asked him) that he has never
    had a flat tire in the last six years of
    driving.
    Moral: If the cops want to stop speed-
    ing let them watch out at the times when
    people speed.
    I could say more.
    FridayWho wants information at Sea well
    those who come in or those who go out?
    The people who put the small booth
    where it is think both. Nobody (that's
    me) thinks the people who come in. The
    place lo put the information booth at
    Seawell is slap bang in the centre of the
    waiting room and it should be bigger
    and two pretty girls should be sitting in
    it at all times.
    Satnrday Somebody should tell the little
    boy who skins cufflns on the Black Rock
    Road that "cuffins" with one small
    vowel change spellg Dea'.h.
    would be aii excellent time to select
    1. these GARDEN TOOLS . .
    W Garden Hose
    *i" e\ **" Garden Bib Cocks
    Watering Pots
    Pruning Shears
    Border Forks
    Hand Forks
    Wheelbarrows
    V.G.M. Manure
    C. 5. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472
    BIRKMYRE
    This b '.he Cam as that Bus Ownrrs
    have been wailing for green
    Birkayrt, 72" wide, for Bus Tops
    and Sides.
    strong Leatherette is made
    especially for Seal-Covers.
    ARLINGHIDE
    It is sold in two qualities for
    eonmerrial and private use.
    ensuring longwearing Bus and Car
    LIONIDE
    And Lionide Leatherette is for the
    householder ideal (or Praas. Tables
    and Chairs in (an. General
    Upholstery.
    Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
    VALUES
    Carr'a Cream Crarkrr
    Carr's Sweet BlsrulU
    Fig Jan
    Pearh Jam
    Apricot Jam
    Canada Dry
    Sweet Drinks
    FOR THE
    RACES
    JAR Sandwich Brrad
    Meal Pastes
    Lobster Paste
    Cheese BlsrulU
    Almonds
    ( ashemp Nuts
    FRESH
    VEGETABLES.
    Chickens
    Ducks
    TQrkejri
    KabblU
    Sweelhreads
    Liver
    Bacon
    Froirn Haddock
    Smoked Kippers
    Haau
    JAR Kr, i
    Butter
    For Everybody
    "GOLD BRAID"
    The Flavour Is alwa>< right
    Try a Bottle ol
    3-Yr.-Uld CiOLD BRAID
    To-night
    PHONE
    WE DELIVER
    GODDARDS
    rfl6ttf
    BAKERY GOODS


    SATIHDW AlGl'ST . 1K2
    BARBADOS ALVOCATt
    PACE FIVE
    Omnibus CompanyVestry Rates Hearing Adjourned
    Three Witnesses Give
    U71 i -, -r lYwhtTs Appoint
    JbiVldenCe *Or YOnkerS Salary Delegates
    r> TJ*E bearing of lne objections of the Yonkers Motor To Meet Gov't
    loTn \ t against the rates laid upon them for
    1950-51 by the St. Michael Vestrv, which began on Wed- An cxtni-ordlnary General
    nodav in the Court of Common Pteas before His Lordship KHS2, t' Amoci.iioii of
    the Thief liiotioB Ql* tlUi. p.n._ ~~..a,>.,. Assistant TaKnent in ScoiKljr.
    .rf,., Jus"ce- S,r AI1,n Collymore, was continued yes- mu wa, held on Tuu< ut
    lera?} In the libriirv oc Harrison Col-
    Three witnesses, Hon. H. A. Cuke of Messrs Bovcll '* Chairman of the meeting
    & Skeete. Mr. E. H. Bonne, the Company's accountant and 5a> Mr, 5 <}'c Glu*"- *"-
    for lhe Company, and its Counsel has informed thai Court Comie. Sccreu.y and Miss Joan
    t.ial they will be calling no more witnesses. Hearing of Barter. Assistant Secretary, and
    the case was adjourned until Thursday. 14th
    This case u one of three In----------------________________
    which Bus Companies objected to
    the rates laid by the St Michael 7 C -lrt--
    Vestry against them. One has al. OCIlOOIlCrb
    ready been decided. In that. His ^
    Lordship upset the rates laid by I-Cv*^..K* af~,*
    the Vestry agam-t the National DrOUgllt LiftrfiO
    'Bus Company, and ruled that the ^ ~
    taxable amount was $401.32 and Durins thi ik ., i,
    no, the ,6,0,2 ,he V, hao coE've^uTroug'S^o";
    The other Bus Compan, which fSSSS^ J^SS? l^SSi
    hat objected against rates laid and Lady Stloer. arrived from
    Coronation
    Souvenirs
    Panel Formed
    Education At The Secondary Stage
    aiaiiut ihem. is the Progressive Martinique with only ballast."
    ". f ., ... Schooner Marion Belle Wolf,
    Kr .. .H,_AS"mi e' ". J'\. u Branker, In- bags of charcoal. 440 pieces ol
    strucled by Messrs. Yearwood & grcenheart. 35S wallabo posts 59
    Boyce Solicitors, who appeared pieces e.( silver bli and fresh fruil
    lot ,he National Bus Company, is from British Guiana
    olio appearing tor the Yonkers. Also arriving from British Gui-
    Mr. E. W. Barrow, instructed by ana was the Schooner Et'rrdVm-
    lhe some Solicitors, are repre- She brought 800 bags of Vhurcoall
    senling ,hc Progressive Bus Co. and 100 tons of Arewoed.
    Mr. W. W. Reece. Q.C.. asso-
    ciated with Mr. j. S. B. Dear -
    and Miss M. A. Reece. Instruct- ."! wllh ~3i ba*" of copra
    ed by Messrs Carrington & "" .i!!00 loo,e cocoanuts while
    Sealy. are representing the Ves- "" D " brought 100 tons of
    try. firewood, 500 bags of charcoal and
    The Yonkers claim that thev ??. bundles of shingles from St
    were assessed at $044.03. in re-
    spect of a proAt of $5,236, and
    hold that theTought not, have *;** Tr." UHL."'
    been assessed at that, and lhat S'",,UJS*! ,0S. of ,ric?;i? !"
    lhe r.tes are in other respects Lch![c.*'-J?"u"- "^
    Ulegal, unequal, partial, oppres. nd other general cargo
    !iHon"dU">iUCuk.b.d.lven.v, *^ ".^r^W
    dence1 o"tAedCnekrtahv*?,','hV.'nenVec-. ^Jl*", %%& S
    he" had^n1" 'th^Oo.-, pStTien'bags'o, cLc^uS'and'w
    ngures'terrcorrec1,' CmP*ny* fStf&T* """ bunchM "'
    At the request ot Mr. Reece, Schooner Phillip H. Darittson
    lhe Company's books and docu- brought 85 tons of Arewood, 780
    ments were produced yesterday, bags of charcoal, 273 pieces of
    Different Matter greenheart. 231 wallabo poles, 20
    large number of teacher*.
    The meeting decided to appoint
    delegation to seek an interview
    with Government on certain mat-
    ter* affecting the profession as a
    result of the recommendations of
    the Committee appointed to re-
    view the salaries ot administra-
    livv. technical and professional
    officers In the Government ser-
    After sama discussion the delc-
    Mtion'l ti-niu. of refeiciR.- wit.-
    decidcrl. and the members ap-
    EmUii delegates were:Miss M.
    raimum (Queen's College). Mr.
    J. W. Rice (Harrison College).
    Mr F. A. Hoyos (Lodge School).
    The President and lhe Secre-
    tary were co-opted members of
    the delegation. The Secretary was
    then instructed to write the ap-
    fpropriate authorities asking that
    the delegation be received and
    stating the subjects the delegates
    r LycUna A. called from were to discuss.
    The Association also considered
    a letter from the Advisory Com-
    mlltee'of Headmasters and Head-
    mistresses Inviting them to send
    two representatives to attend a
    meeting at which leave regula-
    tions would be discussed The
    representative appointed were:
    M._It
    Girls' School) and Mr. R. T. A
    Johnson (Han-lson College)
    By MAJOR C. C.LINDON in > u IHrector of Education
    I was dtacutting iHtucution the other day with one of my
    tin rula and he said, in COniWGtiOO with a point which had
    bsMfi 1.used, "Well. I'm unl\ ,u. urdniar\ chajp bill 11 H
    obvkMII t*' ne that . Thjit remark CU) explain why a
    pood many well-meaning hut unsminil views are ev-
    un-ased about education in this island. There is very little
    boiri education which is obVsOW. What seems to be the
    I v: n, or. gaagn won*, the half-wronff explanation.
    I can offer no simple dissertation ary schools to meet the needs of
    i.n secondary education because the pupils?
    bdtvt l> not simple al all Education at the secondary stage
    but highly complex 1 will, how- in England is now organised In
    evei irj i umntnisa tns> congiu- three broad categories- Qrya-
    aiuns and recommendations of the mar. Technical and Modern. The
    tx> ohtrnde ny own views or opinion*, mar" is that academic type of
    Let me start with the English education which we associate In
    However, in order to ensure that Education Act of 1944, which gave. Barbados with such schools as
    there shall be available to the among other things, an cnlnWv ll.irilsnn College, Queen's College
    public through the normal trade new Interpretation to thr wunls and Lodge School. Technical edu-
    ehannels supplies of commemora- "Berondary tahieatton1' Between cation tan t>e i>t two types. I-nth
    live medals of as high a standard the two world wan, many expert of which provide a good general
    as possible there has been estab- -(.nr:t. win appointed by the ducation and are related to Hie
    llshed with official approval, a Government. (Irat to consider as main branches of Industry and
    Medal Panel consisting of repre- much orst-hand information on Commerce Dne type of technical
    senlatives of the Federation of irte theory and pi.uiic of duca- tducaUoo will however leaf) to a
    Rrllish Industries, the Council of tk>n .i^ possible and then to make Drofeatlon, thi- other type (which
    IndiiHirlal Deslitn, and the Royal rgeommenda'ton* The eports of Is more vocational In character)
    Mint Advisory Committee to waTct- uieec eommltttaa will makr very " a craft. The secondary educa-
    medal manufacturers may submit interestini! reading for Barbadians Uon known as "Modern" will be
    It has been the practice In the
    past for the Royal Mint to issue a
    er.eg of commemorative medals
    in gold, silver and bronze for aale
    lo the public in the United King-
    dom and elsewhere. Colonial
    Governments have purchased
    these medals either for re-sale or
    for distribution In their territories
    In view, however, of the difflcul-
    lles over the supply of metals and
    the amount of other work on
    which the Royal Mint Is eurrentlv
    cniaged. it is not contemplated
    that an official series of commem-
    orative medals will be struck on
    the present occasion.
    thetr products for approval.
    HIGH STANDARD
    who rea!lv
    education i*
    *'ant to krow what
    ill about.
    1944 I '".ii"" Ail
    The culmination of all this re-
    Sarch work in England was the
    ducation Act of 1944. It Is a
    ver> comprehensive document and
    ers applying to the Panel will en-
    Vincent.
    Motor Vessel Doerufood arrived
    good general education with
    Ina* towards the practical anC
    closely related to the interest* anr"
    environment of the pupils.
    Education Authorities In Em-
    land are tackllne this problem o'
    providing variety at the secondar-
    slaae in different ways. It woulr1
    be kmnossible in this ihort artlcli
    to deal with them all, but there r
    one way which lends itself well 1'
    propounds two new principles incorporation In our existing sys-
    whlch are regarded as of flrst-rale ,Pni, J>{ '*", fco"d,r> -h
    Importance which are all of the academic o
    the first' Is that there must not *em I-academic typo It Is to pro-
    Lhlrh u ^ "> lonr ,w<* yfms of edu- v'd*, ln "uffle ewy of aca-
    19 cation, which here In Parbados we *""'* counai suitable to the
    should recognise under the nn.~ needs of those children who ar
    The primary object of the Pi
    will be to encourage a high stand-
    ard of portraiture, design and
    workmanship in medals offered
    for sale to the public as Coronation _
    snvFnlrs. and those m.r,ufactur- ^" J&ZSS, tSLiT'Z "Z
    pact. Ot special Intereat to us
    the .dv.nt.gr. ol work In, "' " I. th. I.cl th.t It
    from approved pWrA of H.? PrP-">d, two principle.
    Majesty or possibly of betr,g sup-
    plied with master tools by the
    Royal Mint.
    A similar committee. '
    described as the Coronat
    i Sou-
    venir? Committee and.which is agZZa3Zjr~i~ZiZZJff able to profit from .tudle-whlcl;
    the Medal i.....,,J-----ZZimJf-----. demand "disciplined thought and
    Rice, Bicycles
    Cloth Stolen
    other than commtmoratlvi
    nls, made by British
    med-
    mufac-
    Mi
    & Skeete had gone into the Com
    pany's accounts with the consent
    ot both parties, it did not mean
    lhat their report were to be ac-
    cepted in the seme way as it
    would have been under the law
    if the Vestry had asked that tl
    A. E. Taylor of Coleridge
    cases of matches. 96 cases of loose Street. City, reported to the Po-
    " -dine
    .'lui.
    hi.
    Before evidence was continued pumpkin's'.'"62 bunches "of" fresh co that 26 yards ol gaberdine Saint, V. alcOtt For
    ;SS f^ul, and othe, era, cargo Iron, S3 W^bS &J WU^vataj ^f^J jg rj,^
    bkeete had gone into the Com. m cuano. h....~... ii 11 .i xi,,.... '
    Found Dead
    htorc. between July 24 and Thurs-
    day.
    A bicycle valued $89 was stolen
    from Higginson Lane, City, be-
    tween 9.35 a.m. and 10.05 a.m.
    on Thursday. It is the properly
    Fortv-vear-old Goulbourne Git- of Herbert Barrow of Station Hill,
    ^>,k,,"'' s&zrL'&sr*,h,,n-
    Another bicycle valued $35 was
    olcn from the Gurrison Savan-
    pany had et.nsentefi. As the Com- C( Ui'." ..,. #'i j---. ,,,
    i,rm k.< ^v,in-.-j tn '..^ *t>AUr.rm St. Michael, was found dead IN
    pony had objected to two auditors .. nf "** L. ..,.._ A1U.V
    complementary i iw mcnii
    Panel has also been established bu' ""J* u^.^nLXm fsTow. the capacity to wrestle MCMM
    with official approval with the ob- ^^^S^JSS^^ * *titi with intellectual questions'
    ll of promo ing a high standard JjJ^^xS SITSm i caS '""l w,,h'ul lvln "nv "X|S'I"
    of design in Coronation nouvenlrs. Sj^-fyTf,PwSf ''s'for Infants -vondary Khool without at Ir
    Bfld Juniors, I.e. for children be-
    tween the ages of five and eleven.
    The second stage Is called "Sec-
    ondary" which is for all children
    over eleven. The third stage If.
    called "Further" and concerns all
    who have finished full-time at-
    tendance at M-hi.ni and who wish
    to continue their education.
    Sir John Saint and Mr. F. L. The second Important principle
    Walcott, M.C.P. will be the Bar- in the Act Is that children must be
    bados delegates at a meeting of taught according to Age, Ability
    the Executive Committee of the and Aptitude. .. Chronological
    Regional Economic Committee and Age. Capability, and Special
    the Officers and Council of the Talent*.
    University College of the West A child's chronological age alone
    Indies which will be held In determines whether he shall
    ueneral secondary sducation
    '. final year which will include
    various type-, of training of a voca-
    llonal nature. It muat not ba la
    .mined that these school* will pro-
    duce trained craftsmen or neno-
    i>pisU They will not. That is
    not iheir purpose They will how-
    ver Introduce the children while
    they are being educated to vari-
    ous techniques, so that both teach-
    ers and children may And out
    what Interests them and what
    suits them, and on this basis, when
    t#j Iimvc school, those who wish
    to do so may continue their edu.
    i Ntton or trainini at the Barbados
    livening Institute, or become ap-
    prenticed to fiims or to master
    workmen under the bursary
    s.'heme run Hy the Board of Indus-
    trial Training. It Is expected too
    :, there will be some who show
    hum ability In academic or techni-
    cal subjects and If plans material-
    ise it Is hoped that places may be
    f-uind for these at the older sec-
    ondary schools.
    \ summary, uch as thus is, of .>
    ubject which does not lend itaelf
    easily to condensation mutt mcvi-
    'ably be unsatisfying. To those
    who sUll seek satisfaction I re-
    .inimend the following publlca-
    Hons of Her Majesty's Stationery
    Office for serious perusal:
    The rdarofion Act, 1944.
    Our donpttifj Schools. 1950.
    Lit hour Officer**
    Qoitrse
    Mr. R. P. Parris. Labour Officer
    has been selected to attend the
    Colonial Service Training Course
    for Labour Officers, to be held
    Ir the United Kingdom from th*
    24th September to 19th December
    IP52
    Mr. Parris la the fourth officer
    in the Labour Department to
    attend thin course; the previous
    oilactees being Messrs G B.
    Ni-es, C R. Springer and P. J.
    Odle
    It is expected that Mr. Parris
    will leave the Colony for the
    United kingdom on the 24th Au-
    gust. \u.-2. In the S S. Otosakle.
    This course Is being flruncoa
    from Colonial Development and
    Welfare Funds.
    APPOINTMENT
    Dr.AP Mule has been appoint-
    ed to act as Asatstant Medical
    Superintendent, Mental Hospital
    with effect from the 1st of August,
    1952.
    Dr. R. W\ A. Salmond has been
    appointed to act as Sp> c la list
    Radiologist, General Hospital, with
    effect from the 12th August. 1152.
    the Vestry had named, the mat-
    ter was somewhat different.
    field of canes at Bullens Alley
    at about 8 a.m. on Thui- -i I i '
    His Lordship asked, "But
    am I to do now, go behind the
    auditor's report?"
    Mr. Reece said that from what
    his solicitors and he had seen of
    the books during the day's ad-
    journment, they were satisfied
    that the statement was not a true
    one,
    Mr. Adams raid that His
    Learned Friend had agreed to
    Messrs. Bovcll & Skecte's inspec-
    tion, and it was as though the
    hat ^' .w"s remowd ,0 lhe PU""C "ah omZ
    Mortuary.
    A post mortem examination
    who attributed death to natural
    was performed by Dr. A. S. Cato
    causes.
    Decree Absolute
    me on Saturday last.
    the property of Darnley
    Sealy of Oxley Street. Bridge-
    town.
    Cecil Legal), a porter at Stuart
    A Sampson, Roebuck Street, City,
    reported that a bag of rice valued
    318.90 was stolen from the motor
    lorry "M. IZS4 between Belle-
    plaine and Shorey Village, St.
    Andrew.
    The incident occurred between
    6.30 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. on Thurs-
    Jamaica probably during the lat-
    ter half of August or during Sep-
    tember, to consider the finances of
    the University College of the West
    Indies.
    The main points for considera-
    tion will be:
    (a) The deficit on the present
    six-year period.
    (b) The Increased expcndltui
    ceive Primary or Secondary Edu-
    cation, and It follows that it does
    not matter whether a child comes
    from a poor home of he h rather unintelligent, he still
    Is to have secondary edueaUon s}
    In the Court for Divorce and
    Matrimonial Causes yesterday
    His Lordship Mr. Justice G. L. w
    , Tavlor pronounced the decree ab- jav
    matter had never come mtoCwrt ,te jn malter of c N. Jer- a *
    and the Vestry had asked that vls PeuUoner ud L R. Jervls.
    firm to inspect the books and the .-espondent
    Company had agreed. Decree'Nisi was granted on
    Mr Iteece said that they could M 23. 1952 Mr. W. W. Reece.
    recall Hon. H. A Cuke to give Q<. Solicitor General, instruct-
    evidence concerning the points- ^ by MeMr8 yearwood & Boyce.
    they had discovered in the books goiictlorB( appeared on behalf of
    during the adjournment ihB petitioner.
    A book the Company keeps for j|is Lordship also granted De- dos Advocat-- yesterday. It ...
    the information of the Transport cree Nisi In the matter of D. Aus- too heavy to be brought to the
    Board and the Labour Depart- tuli petitioner and D. Austin, re- Editorial Office on the third floor
    ment, showing the number of fip0ndent. The petitioner appear- therefore it remained on its back
    309-Pound Turtle
    Caught At A turtle weighing 300 pounds
    i the premises of the Barba-
    frotn the age of eleven onward.-
    This may at first sight appear
    startling to those who are accus-
    __ tamed to think of secondary edu-
    foreshadowed during the cation In terms of Harrison Col-
    flve year period ltHS-1958. lofe or Lodfte School. Bui it must
    (c) The proposed new Depart- not be forgotten thai the Act also
    incuts of Chemical Technol- says that the child musl be taught
    ogy, the Faculty of Agricul- according to "Ability" and 'Apti-
    ture and the Department of tude" as well as "Age".
    Economics; and '" other words it lays upon Edu-
    (d) A review of the basis of cation Authorities the duty of pro-
    contrlbutlon by the Govern- vidlng other forms of secondary
    ments to the University education besides the academic
    College of the West Indies, tvpe which may possibly still con-
    The present Barbados contribu- sidcr the only kind of second
    one academic course, to provldi
    some schools technical courses o
    various kinds which are mor
    suited to the capabilities an<
    needs of the children.
    I ..m- now to the "Modern
    Secondary Schools of whirl
    Ihrrr will be. In Septembr
    next, two In Barbados: the SI
    l run ml s Boys' School and th
    ML Leonard's Girls' Sehoo*
    for by a decision on II Jul
    1952, the Governor-ln-Cxera
    live Committee removed fh
    reservation on the St. Leonard
    Boys' School bulldlna; and thu
    both s< hools may be opened a
    Modern Seeondar> School*, a
    originally planned hy the lie
    partmeiit of Education.
    The children attending the tw<
    leonard's Schools will bt
    drawn from a large group of eli
    mentary schools In SI. Michae1
    Thev will be given two years o
    tion represents 7.4% of the estim-
    ated expenditure and amounted to
    $53,280 for the year 1952-53.
    SECONDMENTS
    people who drove on each
    each day, was produced.
    J On page 6
    bus
    ed in person.
    thr
    Ihe Circulation Department i
    d floor.
    Police Clubs Will
    Stage Athletics
    Not Yet Appointed
    In a news item appe.
    Page 1 of yesterday's Isai
    nd
    i 'ii- turtle, one of the largest
    brought ashore for the season, was
    caught in a turtle net owned
    Jointly by Messrs. Cyprian La-
    Touche and Paul Mandevllle of the
    Miss E. A. O'Neal, Assistant
    Teacher. St. Lucy's Girls' School,
    I.a-: been seconded for duty a*
    Postmistress of St. Lucy during
    the period of Miss E. W. St John's
    absence on vacation leave from turn of the teachers in Ov
    6th
    ducation there ih It
    that teachers must know their
    children thoroughly not onlv
    what they have done, but also
    what they are capable of doing.
    The new conception of educa-
    tion is child-certlred It says in
    effect. Ilnd out what VOUI i lultl If.
    capable of doing and then pro-
    vide the education best suited to
    his needs.
    Thanks to the devoted
    Irmt u-
    -_ "j j ""-" *.- i tff.mcii loucne ana r*ui jnnot-v.iic oi ino
    Sfftl^SaSr.'l.J'SSE Photo En.r.v,n Department o<
    the Adtrocaf.
    The net was set at Olstln. Other
    gate Port Services" it was stated
    that His Excellency has requested
    The Police Boys' and Girls' Hon. H. A. Cuke. M.L.C., and Mr.
    Clubs will hold their first Annual p. d. McDermott to prepare cer- iurt4e catchers at Olstlns arc also
    Athletic Sports Meeting at Ken- tain information and figures on bringing ashore fairly good
    sington Oval on Friday, August how cargo la handled in the Port, catches.
    25. We understand that His Excel- Later In the day yesterday, an-
    Alrcady the clubs are holding Jency nas not yet appointed Mr. other turtle, weighing about 100
    eliminations and submitting thoir Cuke and Mr. McDermott. but pounds, waa caught In the La-
    representatives for the various that the Mercantile & Shipping Touche-Mandcvllle net.
    events to Major Craggs. Association is preparing Informs-
    Members of the Cluba are onx- tion regarding the handling of A large crowd gathered outside
    iously looking forward to the cargo to be used as a basis on the -Adt-ocate to get a glimpse or
    meet. which to prepare the figures. the turtle.
    10th August to 6th Septe.nber, tary teaching servire, mm hinei >
    1952. now exists, and is In working;
    Mrs. P. V. Weekea, Assistant "**r, for forming an
    Teacher, Clifton Hill Girls' School ,Bnwd 'd' ** *> general capa-
    has been seconded as Post- "'ilities of each child In lhe ele-
    mtstress of St. John from I lth m*S!ar,y "choi'lL. No \Ci,ch" in
    August to 5th September, 1952, ""bados need be a a loss In as-
    Lui il ? ""* ' '" "" 0,h children In
    will be on vacation ,h, ,ehooli The Mai , t .,-
    feet of course, but It will eompnr,
    I. M. Pros,
    leave.
    NYLON
    SHEERS
    in Plains, Stripea and
    Flarals.
    The Finvst
    WAFFLE
    PIQUE
    In Marina. M.lse Fmerald
    and Bine.
    Ladies* Hr##
    HARRISONS
    DIAL 2352
    A u-hli' Ranuf
    III It III II
    LI.\E>
    with beautifally embrald-
    ered Mossaea, In Grey
    and Turquotae.
    lo ifionsc frum
    IOlIO\
    ritivis
    in several styles Inrlndinc
    2 pc. Separates, Baller-
    inas, as well aa off-the-
    shaulder biOnses vfHh
    photo print sktrU.
    Wireless Practice
    It is expected that Hurricane
    Relief Wireless Communlcatlotr
    practice will be held on Sundav.
    the 17th of August.
    ??
    very favourably with any system
    used by an I.ocal Education Auth-
    urlty In England.
    Aims And Object*
    We can turn therefore to the
    other side of the picture What
    should be provided in the second-
    Intercolonial
    Table Tennis
    Nun ill Trinidad
    vs.
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    rin.ii> your kuMvil * BtrdV t-or
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    So srbea to*, id for tastard. It's a Its
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    W.:|,.,-.,!,,-. |3
    Y M.I'.C.
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    Friday 15 vs Colony.
    Monday 18 vs. Everton.
    Wednesd\ 20 vs. Colony
    Friday 22 v*. Y.M C.A.
    Monday 25 vs. Colony.
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    Test Matches S/-
    Seaaon Ticket* 12/H
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    SAMBA SHUNS in 8 Different Designs
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    PAGE SIX
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    SATURDAY, AUGUST , 1
    3 Give Evidence For Yonkers
    Huii. ff A. Cuke said lhat cer-
    tain entiles on certain date* In
    jLa Transport book which show-
    ed that 4 certain number of
    people had travelled on some
    buses, were not recorded in the
    Pare Receipts Book the Com-
    pany kept, but there might be an
    explanation for it.
    CiKkl Trip.
    On April 7. it was een from
    the Transport Book that the bus
    M-748 rruidc eight trips for one
    period, currying 481 passenger.-.
    mil ten trips on another, carrv
    inn 80S, bul nothing was record-
    ed in the- Fare Receipt* Book far
    that bus On April 21. the Trail-
    port Book nbo > howed that th
    bus M 731 made 10 trips durin |
    tamed H23, but in th
    Fare Receipt Bo"k, the bus M 73;
    did not appear for that day. Thai
    were other instances In which
    was shown in UlJ Transport Boo1.
    that a certain number of passcn
    gers were carried by certai'
    busc-. and n record was mad
    in the Fare Receipts Book, but u
    ha (aid, there mip.ht be an expla-
    nation for it.
    The book in which charter
    were recorded showed monttu
    amounts and not each instance o
    a chartei
    Salaries for the period amoun'
    ed to tS.too, wages 5M?67d;
    .1 NMtn $14,000 Salaries wer.
    i i*
    limes Ui< ludea in tin-
    ... .-,..
    ('(OTsunv's Auditor 12 Yr;ir.
    thai it vim oni
    I Compim
    was registered at n Limit* --t
    He wai auditor toi
    ilie original Comp*;iv about IJ
    There was navta any duplicu-
    i.-n of wages. The wages' Matt
    tag out weekly and the
    salaries' sheets monthly. Some-
    times salaries v-nuld be mlxr-I
    with wages, but then they would
    only nppeir onre in every four
    times wages sheets were mad"-.
    The wage" for repairs, par.
    bought for cash, and cheques
    paid for items credited, came
    under the head "Repairs".
    He never had occasion to look
    into the book kept for the Trans-
    port and 1-abour Departments.
    Cross-examined, he said that
    as Secretary of the Company, he
    had sent in the returns to the
    Veatry. The Vestry had submit-
    ted the names oi Iwo auditors,
    Mr. Mc Dermott and Mr Pile, to
    inspect their accounts, but neither
    of theae was acceted. They
    wara objected to because it was
    ii-ll that the business of the Com-
    pany would not b- kept at private
    as it should be. Besides this, on
    a previous occasion, one of these
    auditors had refused to give a
    Company a copy of its report.
    Spare Parts
    From July to flsjplsmtmi
    $1.ORB.44 was taken In spare
    parts, October and November
    $1,157.87, December to March,
    S2.O90.85 and April to June
    S1.87U.40. These sums were paid
    for by cheques. The total spent
    on spare parts, both bought for
    cash and paid 'or by cheques,
    was $7,108.04, while $1,387.83
    were taken but not paid for. The
    stock which the new Company
    had taken over and subsequently
    used, was valued $2,181.11.
    Wages proper amounted to
    The Company's bookkeeper,
    Ml I t the Transport Depart-
    Ife knew nothing of the free
    11. were given by flic
    *-ctor.
    'inpany had taken over
    (3.428.84 from th- old Company
    payable, but he did not
    have a list of ea-h debt. Then-
    was a hank liabil.ly of $12,526 W.
    and the assets amounted to
    $30,S4e-W.
    Bed, he said that If at
    lh time the Verify had sought
    an inspection of the Company's
    hooks they had named Dovell Ac
    Skeetc or some other firm, the
    Company would have agreed.
    Mr Kenneth O. Jones said that
    his Company did not ace sat Mi
    Pile or Mr. Mc Dermott, the two
    men the Vestry suggested for In-
    specting *hetr accounts, because,
    m the first place. Mr. Pile was
    the Vestry's personal auditor, and
    in the second, they had" heard
    certain rumours from other Com-
    panies whose books Mr. Me Der-
    mott had uupectea.
    Break -Do was
    The difference between the en-
    trie* in the Transport book and
    the Fare Receipt. Book was ac-
    counted for by there being occas-
    ional break-downs of buses. If
    one bus broke dawn and another
    went to take Its place, the num-
    ber of one bus might be written
    in the Transport Book end the
    number of the other In the Far.-
    Receipts Book. Break-downs
    occurred almost dally, though
    some were of a minor nature.
    Free passes were issued to cer-
    tain people for various reasons.
    Some people had the Interest of
    the Company at heart, some were
    deserving cases, others were
    issued because of business eti-
    quette, and some people who be-
    long to the same church as he
    were allowed passes.
    Cross-examined, he said he
    could not remember off hand how
    many passes were issued nor the
    greatest number he had ever
    given in a weak.
    It was true that from the
    Transport Book, in certain In-
    stances, a number of passengers
    appeared as having travelled in
    certuln buses, and the figures
    were not entered in the Fare Re-
    ceipts books. Sometimes, how-
    ever, it would be seen that a bus
    would be written in the Fare Re-
    ceipts book as currying a certain
    number of passengers, but would
    not be recorded In the Transport
    book. This was accounted for
    when there were break-downs
    and one bus relieved another.
    The case has been adjourned
    until next Thursday. The Court
    of Orand Sessions will sit again
    on Monday.
    Two Lines Of
    Col. Policy
    Laid Down
    LONDON
    Two main line- of CaMUal
    policy, developed by Britain's
    Conservative Government sinn
    came to power last Autumn have
    now been laid down by Mr.
    Oliver Lyttelton. the Secretary of
    State for the Colonies. TTn | I
    I. To push ahead as quickly
    as possible with the ex-
    pended production of nin
    commodities which show
    signs of being capable, i (
    bearing an expansion in
    output These are coppe.-,
    cotton, manganese, petro-4
    leum, pyrites, sugar, timber,
    vegetable oil, and oil seeds
    2 To try to bring more capi-
    tel, foreign, as well as Brit'
    Ish, Into t h e Coioni>t
    territories for development
    purposes.
    K\|rriiiH*u!a1
    Sutiion Wiiriis Of
    Poultry Disease
    Notice of a new poultry disease
    has recently bee. given by the
    Agricultural Experiment Station
    of the University of Puerto
    The pertiiie.ul bulletin has be>-n
    translated and is reproduce d
    herewith for JTOUl infomiiti
    and guidance :
    The PVder.il Department A asssjounced th
    appearance of 3 new disease
    whicn attacks the rasp.;-
    system <>( eUekeos, and which is
    causing large losses to the poul-
    try industry of the United St.it.
    pnncipally in the eastern coastal
    region.
    "Infection of the lungs" is the
    name which has been given to the
    new disease. The birds aff.iti
    duple MlfTirl f">-
    quent discharges ol mucus fron
    the nasal ducts, and appear drov. -
    the disease In several
    birds has been from 30 t 50 p< .
    cent The bird.* which survi\
    may recover within three week*
    or may continue to show the
    symptoms of the disease indefin-
    itely.
    Because of th
    sSe, and fearing that it
    may break out at nny mnment In
    Itural Ex
    perfcnent Button auj
    danger Bl ponl: Q
    t they oheereq the symp-
    toms of i their flocl,*
    \ ij '"xppiimenl Si.i-
    tion will ordttr th-i
    Mr. Lyttelton's flr-t task on as-
    suming office as Colonial Secretary
    last autumn was to order two
    studies to be made to
    could be done along these lines.
    He announced the results *I
    these studies during the debate
    on Colonial Affair" in the Hou.e
    of Commons.
    "An imaginative and bold policy
    of colonial development," he de-
    clared, "will not only bring the
    possibility of much greater *oci.*
    services, health and prosperity t
    the territories, but may do much
    to re-ndjust the economic balance
    between the Old World and the
    New."
    One dominant economic factor,
    he said, Is that the demand for
    primary products, above all food,
    appear* likely to be Insistent for
    many years to come. Mr. Lyttel-
    ton disagreed with the views nf
    dieticians that famine Is Inevitable
    and said: "I believe that the in-
    genuity and enterprise of man
    will surmount these difficulties '
    he can be sure that the demand
    is there. I believe that that de-
    mand Is likely to be InsliK-m "
    Apart from the nine commodi-
    ties which hold out prospects of
    short-term increases in production
    in the Colonial Empire, another
    ten commodities rould be in-
    creased In supply over a medium
    or long-term programme, Mr.
    Lyttelton's investination disclosed.
    These commodities are aluminium
    iron ore, lead and zinc, tungsten,
    pulping materials, hide* and skins.
    1 raining on the ground, leaving the Comets free to bananas, tea and tobacco,
    make money on the corporation's expanding services. Mak The COJIC#olralJon ^ ^ eJt_
    Ing this possible is a ground jet trainer which stimulates panwon 0r tha,e commodities docs
    thr effect* of it'J'l jet Hiplit at 500 miles an hour in the not mean that we must noi push
    stratosphereand yet stays permanently on the "claas-
    room" floor. The cost: 40 an hour.
    The trainer has the complete
    cockpit and flight deck of a Comet
    and houses the trainee pilot,
    radio operator, navigator
    The little world
    Kuznetsov will
    leave behind
    I'-sr-^IVK state,y mansion.'; m the Kensington avenue
    Li known aj UDBonalres1 Ko were the centre ot
    1? Kuznetsov" world in London Inside the mansion*
    work Stalin's ofll' to Britain
    m tbi lights burn bkte
    jo not cltcK
    gsrftahN atari tbi lights
    out In the Kremlin
    ,r ne fuuBUuis in Ua-'--
    cow d inelr jig
    -me matches
    auiric" l;lrh '''
    pe-^n1 hawo
    ot JPaltn htmsell
    jBJB^Bsrton Pa'BCc *nroTi
    Social contacts
    are forbidden

    BOAC Finds Training
    Comet Crews Expensive
    LONDON.
    Training its aircrews to fly the Comet airliner has been
    costing British Overaeaa Airways Corporation a lot of money
    in the last year. For a start, the Comet costs about A1320 an
    hour to operate. Then there is an hourly loss of 18,000 pas-
    senger revenue miles. And Comets have been spendng hun-
    dreds of hours on training work.
    Now, how ever, BOAC will be doing the bulk of Its con
    Opposite
    .in"-'
    \nd-.',
    envo
    rain J"
    *nicn
    inrttsd
    ssiauw
    ^cu conmei- srr :

    , m
    COOU '<
    , mill sv. i'" -
    in a i.
    rooms, a l'.u. hi
    and
    Ship arrives
    every 3 weeks
    Supplies are Mi pp
    in toe S.S. Dei'
    Ihre.-
    men"
    ,..,.: re! ani1


    0> a plat" ">
    delivered daily
    pitsslan* no no*
    .>m tor i hem For aine.-
    the war 'lie

    shortage some have 10 live oui
    of M>e .-nitj^'CTi m"" hi 'ne
    1 r|ii
    Chei-n
    1 'ne en

    *... 1.1 LOttdON 01
    sraUni gtAMOl
    url. SJ
    ......
    i *sei ooraer i> i
    ii IxirO
    . .
    I
    Tj fO in i radius
    ol Co:^'
    n omre.
    :
    .n cetsl svel ban
    . ]. a tjc.i.nd ihe
    :rjn Cur.s'.n.
    Recently, the>-
    have relaxed
    .
    lea a* JR
    :rt* W
    .:.-
    In n*nii-
    U*Cd lo Hill >
    :i of iheir stsfl. TTiere
    were aOou: M \-\xpu. But on
    o-ders from Ntoscow ihe .school
    ibuj n ItHB.
    . idren now go back lo
    r *choot:n. The
    under---
    si -he embaw..
    R-xenllv liii- HussUuu have
    ' relaxing their
    social aloo'ri"M
    London Express Servlot
    Nurse Awarded
    Tutoreliip Course
    with the production of many
    DC ihe existing crops, such a*
    lubber," he continued. "It means
    rhat here are commodities upon
    which a larae part of our de-
    velopment must be concentrated
    flneer. Three instructors check If we are to get the best remit*
    ihe crew as they make their mock quickly.
    Commons Jtfay
    Have Clerk
    For "Colonies"
    Mi
    Super i
    Ou. Own Conpomdwrti
    (.mENA.UA. Auf,.
    Monica Munro,
    utenueni
    'The policy which Is betna:
    pursued by Her Majesty'^
    Government Is to try to push
    on with the expanded produc-
    tion of these nine commo-
    dities.
    "They involve also improviru
    'he facilities of transport, lh
    ports and the roads, so that they
    .ire able to carry this increiv-<-.l
    MAIL NOTICE
    i Kmftinn-
    * i-p a.nT i
    take-off and night. And, to mak
    it really touah. one Instructor sits
    'Nursing at a panel feeding In faults--
    Colonj making an engine catch Are.
    Hospital here, "and one of the first starting up a headwind or burst -
    Grenada nursing scholars to go ing a tyre on take-off.
    to Uie United Kingdom, has boon All the instruments, radio anu
    .iwarded a one-yea*1 Sister tuioi controls act lust as If the alrllnei
    klilp course at Edinburgh Univei- W(W |n ml flight. Sound effects,
    slly under the aegis of the Qu**n like the noise of the let engine
    Elizabeth Loloniul Nursing Ser- nnrt tno breech of the nose- production, and, "above all, th
    ,i CD W cheme oner- wheel tyre on touchdown, are re- tnvolve Increasing Ihe technh ul
    i.tod by the Colonial Ornce. She pro leaves next month The path the airliner would fl>
    .. -- M.niiv over the ground (if 11 were flying), Mr. Lyitellon agreed Unit Uu
    Mr Hamish *J*TZi XuvZ*- automatically plotted by a mas- problem arose of the necessity
    - rfJ;L, ter arm which slides over a map lor growing food for the people
    Instructors' desk. Move- who are to be transferred front
    iver the rsdlo and radar food growing into the extracting
    Vnri.su of Grenn- network also show up on a screen industries But there is evlden.e
    Tviiwnl Ssi LMCH A* V Mm* "m a BP,al r''- m some parts of the Colonial Em-
    iHuarters In Uie lost cordlns device makes n perm:i- p|re, he ssld, that too much n'-
    ......" "' ''"', ,h.....'""" tentlon is being paid to the ca '
    stry Dopurtmcnt, ------. ..

    .

    rsgir,"due 'n"" "* &" s,.." pup."c
    Governor Aruhdell left last hack
    night by H.MS. "Burghcod Bay '
    on a visit to Dominica. Ho is di
    to return about August 20.
    r-
    THE STANDARD \M ASSURANCE CO.
    E.tabliil.cd 1825
    N
    EW business figures to 3"th May, 1952 are given below,
    with comparative figures for last year:
    liner
    I cheer;
    tak
    Other advantages: Pllom ean
    make serious mistakes without
    serious after-effects; they can be
    mnde to fly into dangerous haz
    arda to see that they follow the
    correct emergency procedure
    without actually being in dangei;
    the machine can be used 24 hours ni-l development. Difficult
    day and can simulate bod some of the Colongtl territor
    >d export crops and not enough
    to the subsistence crops on whler,
    the people depend.
    On the (juestion of o.pltol de-
    velopment, Mr. Lyttelton said
    lhat over the next (hraa yi an
    rhortage of capital will not be
    Ihe predominant factor In Colu-
    I kM 'i Bngtoasj
    Life Asavrancssi:
    Ord!.. .-i.
    Orcup
    Total
    Defeired Annul
    OrdiTittry
    Group
    Total
    Immediate Annuities
    . i .
    11.314.054
    R, 189.33b
    per annum
    H 172.259
    I.OM&1
    K 3.802,910
    47,075
    Sum Assured
    Sum Assuied
    4.181,010
    C 12 449.247
    I.GlBJTt
    C2R22.rJ
    56.015
    The Annual C Ing was held on 25th March.
    when the resuhs of another r of solid achievement wen-
    reported to die mvmbers of tV Company. The most striking
    features of the report were Hi increase in the total funds to
    over 98,000.01)0. the expense ratio of 8.3T, the lowest in the
    history* of tho Company, the record volume of new business
    and the further Increase in th net rate of interest earned to
    over 4*.
    For full particulars of Yields per cent tor Annuities, and
    F-MimMe* for Staff Pension Schemes, etc., please apply to:
    Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd.
    weather at will.
    The designers do not claim that
    the simulator replaces real flight
    in a jet airliner, but that it sup-
    plements it.
    meant that they could not spend
    the money available qulrkly
    enough, he added, explaining
    "The plain fact is that many nf
    these economies cannot absorb
    British Overseas Airways Cor- very large sums of capital for
    poratii
    other,
    Britain
    future.
    have also ordered aii-
    verslon of the turbopmi.
    a, for their crews of the
    Dorman Will
    Succeed Reniaon
    POKT-OF-SPAIN.'' AugUsT I,
    Trinidad's new Colonial Secre-
    tary to succeed Mr. Patrick Muir ....
    Renison recently appointed Oov- ]cdfP or how nne
    lilor of British Honduras, Is Mi.
    Internal development In the shor
    run.
    "Nevertheless, 1 want to say this
    very -tlnccrely over the nexl
    decade it seems to me axioma .c
    'hat we shall not h.ive enou^.i
    i-.ipltal col.cctod In this country
    to develop the Colonial terrltorie
    at the rate which we should de-
    sire.
    "I do not knew of nny means.
    from a lifetime of financial know-
    invest d-
    flclts in promoting development :
    lb
    *- under-developed countries.
    '^ deficits exist to-day. I hope the*
    are short-term ano I hope ass
    shall have surpluses, but navar-
    the'e-s. I think II is lmpo
    to believe that our surplus wi'l
    b- enough to invest In those coun-
    tries at a rate which we all de-
    sire to see.
    Maurice Henry Dorman
    Director of Social Welfare
    .otnmuntty Development* in
    Old Coast.
    Mr. Dorman who was educated
    t MagdMene College, Cambridge,
    appointed to the Colonial
    Admiuutiative Service in Tanga-
    nyika In 193*. He was Clerk to
    .l.e Executive Council and Legtsln.
    tU e there from 1940 to 1945 "It seems to me. therefore, t.
    He area appointed to the Gold bo quite a sensible policv to \ .
    Com poet from which he is com- to bring in foreign capital and.
    ing to Trinidad In 1950. It is ex- above all, loan capital, provide)
    i>ccted that Mr. Dorman. who has that In doing so we do not ftU
    four children, will arrive here in ,,ur birthright.
    >ctober shortly before opening of
    the new session of the Legislature <" that way, by bringing m
    Mr. Renison will leave Trinidad foreign capital, we shall be doinj
    tomorrow for the United Kingdom ,wo things. We shall be accelera:-
    on vacation leave prior lo taking inf development, and, I think
    ip his new appointment.
    hall be pursuing what is
    traditional and almost a classical
    economic policy which l\ trying to
    get the surpluses of the creditor
    countries invested, as they wet i
    in the days of our forefathers, in
    the development of under-df-
    the
    DRUGGIST McINTYRE
    DIES IN GRENADA
    rium Our Own Cormpondrnti
    GRENADA. Aug 8
    Meredith Adelbert Mctntyre, ,
    ftS. promfnent druggist of the veloped countries, who are
    colony for many years, died last debtors.
    ML" ^^^"^KIK; " w " anxieties .boa.
    rSSln. %ftc?tabrSu^Uur^ gft *Uld k" ^ ^ '
    fore leaving home He leaves I States, many of whose primer
    wife and four children, one a son. "ctlities were developed by Brit
    Allister who was recently made lsh eapltal. Look at their
    a clerk m the Governor's office. **f would hardly think they hav<
    He was a member of the St ld their birthright. On the doi
    John's, then later the St. George's trary. that capital provided tr^
    District Board. His funeral st St. Irrigation which has opened ui
    George's Anglican Church was These vast lands to productlor.
    largely attended B.r.F
    LONDON. August 1
    A Colonial question brought at
    leant one momc.t of calm this
    real to the pre-helfdfly lireworks
    mood of the Commons. Both
    Government and Opposition
    benches applauded the news that
    a step forward has been taken in
    regard to adding an extra clerk, j
    Colonies'" Clerk, to the Table of
    the House. Following a letter
    from the Secretniy of State for
    the Colonies, Mr. Lyttelton, the
    Speaker of the I louse is to dis-
    cuss the possibiliiy of such an ap-
    pointment with the other Com-
    missioners responsible for rega
    lating the Offices of the Convnons.
    Brought Idea
    The man who first brought for-
    ward the idea, earlier this sum-
    mer, was the Conservative Mem-
    ber for Nottingham Central. Mi
    Ian Wlnterhottom, who asked for
    someone at the Table who would
    be able to help new Colonial
    Legislatures "to find their was
    Into and through the mazes of our
    procedure." One Clerk-Assist-
    ant, Mr. Fellows, has already
    even much-appreciated time,
    ?th in London and tn Colonial
    territories, to meeting pleas for
    guidance from Colonial legisla-
    torsin Jamaica, Trinidad. Ni-
    geria, the Sudan, Gold Coast.
    But too much work is falling on
    the three Clerks nlready at th i
    Table and the appointment of a
    fourth, as Labour Member Mr. J
    Johnson, Ruby, has put it, "should
    pay enormous dividends in good-
    will and in imrrnved Colonial
    Legislatures. There is no inten-
    tion of dictating procedure to Co-
    lonial Legislatures. What is pro-
    posed is appointment of a Clerk
    specially concerned In Colonial
    problems, and available to colo-
    nies to help avoid the initial snags
    ind worries of legislation build-
    ing
    Anti-Colour BUI
    Fenner Brockway, Eton and
    Slough's Labour Member, is de-
    eimined to have that Declaration
    f Human Rights, his anti-colour
    .ii Bill, on the statute book Blt-
    *rly disappointed t the way the
    ill was killed before WhiUun
    he House was counted out dur-
    ug discussion of the Bill on sec-
    nd reading Brockway and
    . ther sponsors seek fresh oppor-
    unities in the next session ot
    Parliament.
    A Labour Peer has offered t
    ntroduce the BUI In the House of
    Lords. Whether this offer will
    t-e accepted or not will be decid-
    ed at a meeting of sponsors of the
    nginal Bill to be held at the De-
    fining of next session. They
    lay seek, however, to get the
    , abour Party in the Commons to
    place the Bill on the official list
    for further ballots by Labour
    Members for intr-vtucllon of Pri-
    vate Members' Bills This course
    might be agreed to by the Labour
    Party, which decided. It may be
    recalled, to support the original
    Hill on second Hiding, though
    tr* rsatrvanons regarding
    ! m atatfJsa in Uk Bill reached
    '*nmittee Stage f
    Some Changes
    However the new Bill reaches
    Parliament, it is likely to show
    oaaa changes on the original
    llrockway has been paying atten-
    tion to certain oolnts to which
    friends have drawn attention
    !nce he first Introduced the Bill
    Our Header* Vis
    s "Kin page 4
    ductions wou.a nnd i ready
    u the adjoining colon.e.
    and would be a greater incentive
    to produce more and so point Uu
    way lo our economic sal
    The situation in this repec<
    iida been made more ;.cute with
    the withdrawal from our mld.s.
    of the c.NA BoaU which inci-
    dentally amply provides the oppoi -
    (unity 10 mi me gap by the In-
    auguration of such a service ..-.
    referred to ubove.
    This would also serve as a
    painter to unity and co-operation
    and provide Uie 'Key' to ana-
    log the doorway to Federally>'
    as a stupendous etTurl by Un-
    people themselves, to show thai
    they do want closer relationship
    and unity of acUon.'
    Other phases like customs urn
    .i combined civil service,
    and other existing obstacles al-
    ready under discussion would b'
    easier solved and achieved If lh.
    stepping stone of communicati ,u
    be first established.
    Such a service would also ten!
    to relieve unemployment and pro-
    vide Jobs of a nature hiUieit.i
    greatly withhold from many of
    our natives and incidental^
    strengthen our economic position
    by keeping. West Indian funds
    right at home.
    I aanfld not conclude withou'
    paying deserving tribute to Bar-
    bados and the spirit of the Bar-
    badian. This may be gummed uo
    hi just three words Ik
    thrifty'. He has dug books lor
    his education", dug the soil for
    jjroduction" and dug the earth fo:
    'water' for all purposes Includin *
    irrigation' of which | fair amount
    I already being done. The rest
    r the West Indies have a good
    deal to learn from Barbados In
    'if w,v of enterprise.
    Last, but by no means least
    I could not refrain from nddiiv
    how affable and hospitable I flni
    ;ill whom I have met.
    eWit.h Ih.e many p]a<** ot inter-
    aaj which Barbados ho,,..
    2k**?, M,h,i,S """h">" clima.e.
    make ideal a ^
    ALLAN ST. BERNARD.
    Grenada.
    1.....e-
    "Hotc am I to tell
    which is a good antiseptic f"
    "Frankly, unless you are a bacteriologist,
    you can't tell. But use the antiseptic you
    sec your doctor use, or which he recom-
    mends, and you won't be far wrong."
    D E TT O L ANTISEPTIC
    is used by almoM ,verv doctor in Great Britain. In over on";, of hospitali
    and maternity home* 'Dcrtol' n in constant daily UK.
    _^^_^_ ,( r. a oajuuway a co, Man***! "
    BOVRIL
    gives your
    meals the
    goodness of
    real BEEF
    Good cooks know the value of Bovril. Its
    rich flavour makes the simplest meal tasty and
    appetising | in beefy goodness makes food
    more nutritious. Bovril is the cone*ntrsu4
    goodness of beef.
    BOVRIL

    PUTS BEEF INTO YOU .
    bandbox
    almond oil shampoo
    juit right for <\i women in every too
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    i n Baadbiii Own Shampoo tonpkttl1
    \<*. >m,r probl-m. II ll'i md>M<]
    l> Baud be* LI|M > Ural for mi.
    . . mdMyw HyiiwHh BmohimsM
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    Famous for Quality and Moderate
    Prices.
    KOO SWEET CORN & L.K.B. SWEET CORN 48 x l o..
    .. CANNED C-.RAI'ES BLACK and WHITE 48 x 16 ox. and 14 M
    L.K.B. PEARS 48 x IB in. and 24 x M ox.
    KOO APRICOTS 48 x 16 ox.
    CANNED TOMATOES 14 x 28 ox
    SBfttU ORANGE MARMALADE 6 x 8 lb.
    TOMATO JUICE 24 x 2* ox.
    SOUP 48 x 10'4 ox.
    PEA SOUP 48 x 10'j ox.
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    IIARIIAIMIs Ul\>K.\TI
    IiATtBDAV. AlT.l'M 9, IXX
    Six-Month Drought Affects Water Supply In Bridgetown
    Less Water For
    Garden Use Likely
    THE DROUGHT of the last six months is making itself
    felt in the lessening discharge of the Newcastle and Codring-
    . ton Springs and the Bomanston stream, all of which at
    ,! present contribute to the supply of Bridgetown and its,
    suburbs Wuh comparative fine weather, the watering of I
    Hardens absorbs a million gallons a day as is shown bv the
    saving on a wet day, and if the situation deteriorates it
    . may be necessary to place restriction on the use of water
    r {or gardens writes W. H. E. Garrod, Chief Engineer,
    waterworks Department, in his report for July.
    ".J^0"*1? ? "P****"** only a affording an additional 36 feet
    man Mvmg in the volume of head to residence?! connected with
    -water used until conditions im- the pumping main from Golden
    | prove, the fountain in Trafalgar Ridge Pumping Stauon, will hence-
    Iswi i Playing only on forts, flow during the 18 hours .
    I. ?,. .f, on days on wh'ch day that pumping In taking place.
    SHi .K^r V."!1 the land- To Tho ,OTU,t **" ** watched in re-
    flnd the fountain working after gaid to the supply o/water to first
    leading I home m which water floors at the high level residences.
    ' supply is deficient or even non- ^RTe Castle Grant reservoir ffM
    f existent Is psychologically depress- during the month emptied and
    [ ing. to say the least of il. cleaned out The accumulation of
    W.
    , w 40 years on the floor of the
    esiern Supply llaynuins olr took the form of sand and silt
    System about 0 inches deepprobably as
    The duplication of the 8" main the result of turbidity in the Uow-
    frorn Warleigh Reservoir to Rose mansion stream. Stalactites up
    aill. giving St. Lucy an independ- to 4 feet in length hung from the
    en. supply from St. Peter's has arches,
    ken started. No services will be Bottlenecks
    ejlow.d off this main until north The new additional 6'
    if Rose Hill in other words. It from Ashbury (St. George, to St.
    on-stop through St. Jude"s Church is functioning, to
    benefit of Si. Lucy, [he benefit oi residents between
    Pete
    Belle Electric Pumping
    Station
    The reinforced concrete flooring
    [ above the main tnirancr and
    above the chlorination chamber
    has been laid, and the timber
    flooring abOVa the control room
    is in hand.
    A start was made In lowering
    the targe 8" diameter njbmaralble
    pumps In Um n.w well, but it was
    'diiiirt ** -*-
    Ashbury and Gun Hill.
    Exploratory Boring
    This has passea iis "teething
    1 ife, WtUeta has proved extra-
    tiuinanly troublesome.
    Wnat appear* to be an tlcvateu
    lake of water in the coral with the
    kUnaca at aboui a7u lcet auovt
    :ri<- sea, has been located in Sweet
    trail ist. UeorgC).
    It is eany to ciow, .ir. quefltlt]
    tests alone can shew ine daily re-
    u\.!"5 pieiilshment this lane receives
    rom its catchment area and it
    only tins oaily replenishment
    net is availagL lor water supply.
    in. matter snould be leii .it inai
    found Uiat since the well and adit
    were tcmpleted a year ago. silt
    has accumulated. "
    cleared but. as it involves diving
    into water up to 15 feet deep, will
    take time. However, now i% (fat
    time to do it. Once the pumps are
    electrical fittings of the pump room ..
    can be placed In position These
    have all been received.
    The boring continues.
    Lightning *
    At about 2 p.m. on Sunday the
    Belle Bridge 8th of July, lightning strucK tn*
    To convey the 20 inch arterial l'ower lines leading to Bomanston
    main connecting the new Belle rumping Station and played havoc
    Kiev trie Pumping Station to ln ** '"gli tension control room.
    Grandview and tiritton* Reser- This is ine second tune that Uk
    voirs. commanding Bridgetown Station has been put out of opira-
    and its eastern suburbs across <>u'i by lightning, ami question at
    Bell' Gully, a steel bridge of 110 to whether suthcient saieguard is
    feel span and weighing 18 tons provided is bting investigate*!.
    was ordered through the Crown
    Agents and has Just been received, -----------------------
    in 118 bundles (to be accurate 117, -, i j
    as on* fell into the River ClycLe, ItllarQWOOU AmVl'S
    at Glasgow and Is being replaced).
    The structure underwent n trial t.'. Uiiihl.ti.. lli.nl^
    erection in the maker's engineer- r WUllttlllg OOUlS
    ing shops, and 11 is proposed to
    erect it htre on the south bank Santa Maria hardwood, whic.i
    of the gully and launch it as a will be used, in the fishing boat
    single complete unit. Such -n pro- building programme which i* ..>
    cedure involves considerable present in progress on the ground*
    preparation, both theoretical and outside* the Fisheries Office, waa
    practical. brought to the island by thi
    Bridgetown Arterial .Main. Motor Vessel CuUad bail. ..
    The 15" main north of Grazettes from British Honduras.
    in continuation of the 18" mam For many months the building
    from the new Belle Pumping sta- programme was dtlaycd because
    tion to Codrlngton Research Sta- this wood had not arrived,
    lion, is proceeding upaee. iui 1 Culdad Bolivar brought 13,834
    pieces are being inn rted as th feet of Santa Maria hardwood and
    work proceeds, so that mains 2,Q16 feet of rough pine lumber
    #^ ? i ^ ,OM* WaY,elll Tur Government. It also brougnt
    Clevedalc and St. Stephen's (all of 314,764 feet Df rough pine lumber
    ahlch lie between UK al.gnmen f ^^ DoCosta & Co. Ltd.
    of the 15 and Highway No. 1) ^ ^^ sjeUvar .,,, Ui.
    "hoS jssx* '"bx,""'tt:, rn7 r* "r""kX',
    in port yesterday and the Rodney
    Cutle Granl System "l ' """ ,"f d"^"fK!
    This covet. Ihe hlftrot purls of *h<*' **'*. "M*" "^ Mh"
    the Island /rom 1.100 lot above general car.o which she brous.il
    the sea down to 800 feet. The 'rom Grenada, Trinidad and
    rearrangement of the pipe system British Guiana,
    in the vicinity of the reservoir. The S.S. De Graaar. during th'
    mentioned in last month's report, week, brought u quantity of
    has been completed and the in- earthenware and rubber wore
    verted U pipe above the reservoir, for transhipment.

    CASUALS
    Aircraft Carrier
    Heroically Saved
    I'M.I
    ori'o.\//it/\ it, cot i
    mil. /\ hi, i/i
    BELIZEOpposition to a Bill
    authoiising the Colonial Gortrn-
    menl to raise 6001.00 m the
    nf the people of I
    TOKYO, August 8.
    BU Far East Naval ___
    a petition by the People's United
    Party and presented to the legis-
    heroic era** memt>era saved the '.
    aft carrier "Boxei
    Government Craft Test Radio-Telephone
    Darning explosions which killed lature.
    ralnutai aftai The' petition states that the
    H below the di-eks legislature is retaining office for
    a* dawn on Wednesday. The crew An extra two years without the
    i.raved smoke -ml a*al knowledge and previous consent
    i bombsandamniii.niii.n ,( the paopla The number of
    frum planes ready for strikes adults is listed as 28,000, of whom
    ea. Other seamen less than 8,(Hl ..... enfranchised.
    .i lOcuaU Th. Paopl*l I'nitcd Party ex-
    i' eomnam trapped by smoke i-'t to win the next alacsaoa m
    and llame> I'lieir skipper oallad ") 1853, and claim that they
    aie willing to accept full reflpon-
    The Navy here aald that hre '""'"> '"""' '""" "*_
    injured 32 Th* B.v.r.
    bijurj
    ton waa 75, but a Navy pokes, sn Ona .(.i. -i 11._ ,.-t plan* touched
    i 'his probabU i. and 12 other
    head-
    i The Washington ac- ijuartara odd Tha cauaa w-as un-
    ln other respecls. deternuiipd. and UM N..\> ih'partment said. thai >cp>
    Have you seen it vet?
    The radio telephone set at the Lady Hod no tu give the Canadian way tommumcation system.
    Harbour Master's Office and thoso vessel her supply of wan i. The Harbour Master and Mr.
    on board the Government Ex- Yesterday's test was a very in- Cooper operated the CaMBgton
    perimental Fishing Boat Invest!- teresiing one. At 7.3.! am. Ship Station. Mr. Goddard, Mr. Sprinni-r
    gstoe and Government Tug Lsed No. 1 inveaUgaior witn all K ( and Mr. Williams ure all of the
    WUlouxhby, were given their first Uoddaid on board, latt the Government Electrical Inspector,
    big lest yesterday. <.-. [,,;. i ....,;... office.
    The Government Water Boat. at potin <>n the Crane Coaat Tha test was a very successful
    Lsed Combersnen had her test SI* Pn,1,P- Ship No. 2Lard Wll- one. On the majority of oggasjeta
    on Thursday while supplying the tougftbysailed -ut of the Cai-een- the reception was very i
    SS. Farestrr with water at a**" 14 " la*r to Wr loca- though communications varied
    Sueightstown A radio telephone llon n th North Point Ljght- across the island,
    set was on board, the Combermere house. St. Lucy. She had on board The Call SignShip No. 2-
    and from Speighlstown. she MJ- " P- Springer. Mr. S. Wll- will be u*cd for either ih<- Lar.1
    was conslantfy ln contact ham* took charge of the set ..t < with the Harbour Master's the Harbour Master's Office rbJ Imighb) Both vessels are
    Office. While all this wa* going Barbados Radio, at Cable & Win- aqulppfd wilh wireless appara-
    on, the Tug Lord Wtlloughby had leas. Carrington. was the othc. iUs and the radio telephone set
    towed the Water Barge to the station which made up the four- will be t. msf-Trcd. as desired, to
    wlileh ivcr boat Ll in 0
    l-H-a Wllloushhy had her turn
    Adhikari Scores His
    1st Hundred This Tour
    Taxation On Firm
    lir Colonies
    1 .ON l ON In tne House of
    Commons on July so, Mr. Joseph
    Qrimond H-abOUr, Orkney) ask-
    .t! the Secretary of State (<.r the
    Colonies if he would now make
    furtlui tatement on the lax
    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    LONDON. Au. 8.
    Rain aain interfered with cricket in many parts of
    the country and only two Rames were completed. At P"*'"" "' "mitti Kmg.imn eom-
    Blackpool, Lancashire's match with Sussex was abandoned p"mT (Tver iSttelio? Secretary
    without even a decision on first innings. of state for the Colonies, replied
    Al Birmingham the Indians' vice captain Adhikari com- "Yes, Sir, The praaant position
    pleted ins tirst r.-nturv oi the tour. Because? of interrup- as f'lo*s " 2HUi M"y- lM2<
    tions IhrouKh rain he "has batted 00 t*ch of Ibfl UlTM davs SUKim%SSlSnmTlmSSS^
    of the match. When he had made 101 Hazare dMltrM, ,.(1 his kntaotton to issue a ar-
    but before Warwickshire could attempt to score 173 for al consent under Section 468 oi
    first innings lead in just under three hours, rain brouht the United K"doni Tax A
    . _._ i.'Ja, ill (ill' t.dac .'1
    about an early close.
    HA IK COSMETIC
    M\hl ll^ till MAM.II- til BANDBOX MIAMI'OO
    Sola Ageiil-
    IN IIKNATIONAL TKA
    Colrrldse Slreel
    t Oltl'OK.VUON LTD.
    DMl 5M
    Indoor smells killed
    in Ihe air!^
    Yorkshire are there waiting if
    Surrey make any slips in the last
    stages of the last County Cham-
    pionship race. They beat Leices-
    ter in fine style today to close the
    gap between themselves and thu
    leaders to 36 points.
    Scoreboard
    Hampshire Beat Middlesex By An
    Inning* And ZS
    Hants....337 for nine declared.
    Middlesex.....
    (Canning 7 for 53)
    Yorkshire Brat l-elremler By An survey
    IN A
    HOLIDAY MOOD
    Get a pa of our smartly styled
    casuals to complement
    your new outfit.
    Shown here are two
    styles In a variety of
    colours so in
    yourself for an ex.i.ns.t-r
    show of Beauty when
    i visit our store.
    Innings And 37
    Yorkshire ............... 267
    Leicester .......... 142 and B8
    (Close 3 for 24).
    Essex versa* Gloucester
    Drawn
    Gloucester...... 2B9 (fur eight
    declared) and------ 286 (for live
    declared).
    Essex...
    eland).
    Kent versus Dtftf Drawn
    Kent ............ 17a and 272
    (Gladwin six for 81),
    Derby ........... 340 and 101
    for eight (Pago live for 56).
    Lancashire versus Sussex
    No DmMm
    Sussex.......... 325 (for nine
    :h-. Lan i).
    Lanes.........123 (for eight).
    NolU versa* Glamorgan
    Drawn
    Glamorgan ...... 120 and 20B
    (lor four). (K Davlcs 85).
    Nottl ................... 2M
    ase of United King-
    dom compuuies desiring to set up
    locally contioiled subsidiaries foi
    the purpose of starting new in-
    i tha CoBunoPwaaltft. I
    should make it elear that Ihe
    general consent will be limited
    in aaw industrial and that m
    other cases applications under the
    Section win .till be i.-uutred. My
    right bOO. Friend said, however.
    thai hi considering such .ipphc.i-
    i* full weight would be given
    taomo 25,000 U?r.mUc, ' C||mQnd ; ..^ ulllK,r.
    Firm ^ ill Gsrrj
    Out Photographic
    Survi-j Of B.Gai J*ca
    LONDON, Auk. 8.
    The Crown Agents lor the Colo-
    has uwaidt>d a contract to
    S,USiSS!,rdE?3S5: ^gum**-*.
    Ihe ngiit
    hon. Gentleman gl
    SaUNt. a ^SSm^XT^m^ nwe definite idea about how the
    opmeol of the colonies' natural i'0 s-'L."*11 BnP|,c.at!'
    resources.
    favourably received, but
    11 be
    can h
    The expedition Is due to start B>
    work this month, and will
    the
    any further information
    r:
    my
    .Mill
    Available In
    III M K whiti; BROWN
    I'.l I 1 nil e (UtaTO
    Suedette
    WHEM A
    SALE IS NOW ON
    I think
    -.11 also serve as the pilot of tth'j ihortasl ..nswer i can glv u,
    survey plane. Accompanying him Is thai only three out or 400 ap-
    will be an engineer and two plications from older lndusti
    cameramen. They expect to re- have, in fact, been refuse-"
    main a year ln the area. ________________
    -Bur
    Fretdom from anxiety ovsr qusstions
    of ptrionsl h)F|ina Is estintlsl for
    tha woman of today. For ovir sixty
    ymti tha e*m MM hM lnpltd
    confldsnes In sll womtn who know
    that thssa producu glva complats
    protMtkm and safety.
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    MAGI
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    rough-, tolds, Ottaftj
    rcdaati and tuu,
    Sirs ins and Sprains
    your Hrol-Aid Kit
    1 M.Ili.
    An ama/ino DUOOtISTi Air-*icfc.
    kill, unpleasant indoor winII -even
    he strongest ^nuking >mclli. Hslc
    it>ha..oniclli,lviiriri-jmtmrlh likilU
    ihoi11 in ihe sir li u.lually make, yuui
    home ii**// fredi and dean.
    Air-wtik lonlaini chlorophyll, the
    ubttance In nature thai keepi all
    Bsjeasjaj pi in'' fresh snd grcca It has
    \i\ other rutural t.>mpourul< kM
    Air wii*. it i oriipli to u*e. Just
    iin.new ilin-p, J'nll up the *">. phkBI
    ihi bottle on a high khclf above the
    ..un. f -m.ll. StiKlh vanish as if
    by in 'Hii-
    Air-wick
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    Cil-i id.-.- St. T.l.phon. 5009
    Waniirk v rw
    Drawn
    Indians ...
    iW.lari-di.
    Warwick ...... 86
    Indian.
    072 lor lw
    (for two).
    Jamaica 'tt Council
    Supports House
    KINGSTON. Jamaica. Aug. 8
    The
    Two More Witnesses Give
    Evidence Al Death Enquiry
    TWO MORE WITNESSES ..v.- .vuLtkc m the O U
    Hope death enquiry wlncli is bein^ COOdllCttd by Hll
    Worship Mr. E A. McLeorl. Coroner of District "A ii'
    which further bearing was adjourned until Monday.
    Hope, a rhauffeur of Juckmans. St. Michael, died at the
    General Hospital some houra gitcc hdmittejiot on Sunday,
    -----------------------f. Thli morning al BJKI
    roner and Ihe J> i
    . Briti n Hill Police Bub Bta-
    H .-
    t ilclWIi
    Dig it 'if Steps while h iinl-eulT .1
    Mr F Y Fi
    - [ I fit inn ihe
    i i at the Enquiry,
    i i MS Allan Basjtmond win,
    n , . ..' Augutl .' In plain
    , lot) aln tl Pin rea iloni w\ h
    PC * rUchardi loid o*
    trn of ftopa n ihai

    give < sat
    < .nt of I
    . to the Britto
    sui, Btal
    Telegraph Rtatei
    Dp Be Raised
    Rotiefl Jenkins. Conservative
    Ml'. f..r Dulwieh B.slWd CupUiln
    L. D. Oammaiu, Assistant Post-
    master General whether he ha i
    considered the statement in the
    Annual Report of Cable & Wire-
    id Chamber ol the less Umlted that, after provld-
    legislature today, gave ing for taxation the Comgea>
    geoeral sufpott to -he attitude would not be left with any ,
    ,,f the House of Representative* ranted surplus for the year
    on Federation of the British Wast 1952/3 and subsequently, unle*
    Indies. rharges were raised. Captain
    The Legislative Counc.l debate Gammans was also asked. I
    on tne report of the joint keip5'*" what extent he proposed to mak'-
    t ve Committee recently debated changes in the overseas telegraph
    n the House, took the stand how- rt(ef
    Captain Gammans replied a
    ever that ^ie Ranee Committee'
    ecommendatlons are the genuine f .. '
    .___ .---*^J-----1-----_-_.n. ^=_ louows.
    "In view of the heavy increase*
    costs and consequently serlou-
    deterioration of the flnanei tl
    position of the Oversea- r
    Led by Hon. Douglas Juduh. graph Services, the Postmaster
    who was once Jamaica's r/T>re- General regrets that increases i^
    acnt.itivc among the Ranee Com- overseas telegraph rales are un-
    mittee's Nominated Members, avoidable. He proposes, iherpfor-.
    thing to ,i-. was to go to raise the rat*- la
    '"- wealth and :.... countries. The
    Government immediately and ,nctfmtc% will general), be one
    ,'w third of the present rales, ex-
    ceptions being In services to
    North America and a lew
    European countries where the In-
    crease will be OK
    The Council passed a resolu- "The new rates will come Int"
    Ins effect and support force on the 1st September ncx'
    an early conference in London to and full details will be pub
    decide the future course to bo lished in the London Garrii,
    followed. the Fs*t OnW Guide.
    basis for federal government de-
    claring that agreement on Fed-
    eration is more important at this
    stage than "perfection"
    body tu
    own t-onslltution any other
    action by tin- Council he said
    would only *er\
    Issue many more years.
    I .Ming. Whii.. there h
    ,'ICM
    tr'i is beg. a handkerchief with
    i holes, three pit)
    "ir nylon stocking, a
    , -.
    hlui |A0 money bag 11
    i 1.2.1 Browning auli -
    n iln pistol which wan i
    eventually hanoeulTed,
    bul later burst a door and f.-il
    (own b flijfhi i I
    Hi
    a Farnu | i
    the articles men!

    i :: hat ami a pair of white can-
    i,. shoes. ^ |
    1 would assure the House thot
    the Poatmaster General has I
    . I.--pled this necessity with the I
    greateet wlnetance but I woul I [
    i>oir.t out that there has been
    virtually no increase In rates
    gaj.
    f :are for your skin Ann Todd, lo.rly ^t_.r "f the J. Arthur Rank
    Organisation, does use I.us Toilet Soap regularly. A daily facial
    vith l.u< Toilet Boa* *ill gi*<^ you a clear fresh skin tbi
    foundation of beauty! Cover your I. - generously with its rich,
    i r. ,,mi\ lather, and work it in thoroughly. Kin-,-- dr-t viiih warm,
    Ihcn with wild "il'-r, aod Bat g- ally dry. Your skia will Uko OB
    a new lovclioesa the luuliutss of the tart!
    LUX
    TOILET SOAP
    The fragrant uhite soap of the film stars
    *t KVM
    W88&sti&


    PAGE EIGHT
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    SATTRDVT MT.rT Nd
    CLASSIFIED ADS.
    mcPMONt not
    THANKS
    ..#i.-T>
    DM I., irlwu
    aepnpeyti
    merit
    ion sAi.t:
    AOTUMOtltl

    il 1.
    -W* lb* l(i*g*r*lgTied l-eg
    to return thank. 10 alt thoa* Who
    ->mp*lbv nt wr*th-. ...
    landed the funeral o* our dear 4m|M
    Bennie WUkinaon whiefc ton* place
    IN MEMOR1AM

    Augu-1 Sh
    Millircnt Harper bid Harper. KMlM
    H-rpe.. VMM IL-dm*n 9 \2 In
    _ In loving IDHWtr of out deal
    .ii|hur .mil Meier MnrgorK
    fai**r. Held who .Kp.ii.,! i
    the Wh of Auguat IHI
    May in* teat in p****.
    I'M B**d iMothtn. Anit-.
    Doll''. Ina. Veta. Sheila. O'orla 'atMr*.
    Cleveland, round. Erie iBtotherai
    Mtunrn iNMcei. 13 Ir
    - \-. loving mm
    mnUiT Helen IMm
    an Auguat lot ip*o
    Bloaaom. may wither .-'
    Frlrnde may forget
    will we
    Alwara iw>'i"i->"i bi i
    i nil iu;vi
    HOUSES
    Attractive >e*.tdc Flt main road !.
    One*, eomfortatily furnlabed. I> |i:i
    Bath, Op*n V*tand*h facing aca. iu'table
    en* peraon iot (oupii *iom Aujurt
    .1 4
    , ,
    n.....i <
    l).l 4*16
    get &_M I.Mai IHI mud*
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    ) M 4n
    USED CAB-W have
    I really good barge im inciudir..' Vau>
    ,11 Velo. AUlUn AQ. Wolwlrj II hp
    111 Sedan. Chreeler Dial courtly Oar
    ;r m 9 il *n
    VAN H ii I tuiiiMNi Van
    rranaprxt Board TaM BL_ -
    torn natter- and in p*et*et
    I'l III M SALES l-l III l< NOIHiS
    KKAL ESTATE
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    III KnHinU IU
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    hipping A Tr.idlng Ci t
    ..bo-* aharM will ba art ua> j
    i] pulMV cafBdNrtltlon at our dj|
    i Hr**l Br>dKrton on Friday I
    rt, IM) at p m
    VFABWOdt) A BOYCE
    NOTME
    a uottr* atu-
    dk of A I'ol DWwbti
    ... Pi!
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    V>V>^*,***,V>^*r'
    NOTICE
    lain Auguat K> Munday ^4t^
    AND AIR
    TRAFFIC
    III < -irlisl. i;.,\
    roBt I u.) oil'
    . rll i
    tugurtua H c.ipu..,. flrhwi.-
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    i- M DavMaon, 9Ckooai Kvar fefcMaWf mtrntrtM S.. Benoon.. Man..,
    li.ll* WU. BchaatMi BoaarMU. fchvon.,
    SHIPPING NOTICES
    I. Pull*- I'.jiii William Whiting
    I Wcada. Huaanuind ( l.rt- Hnun.
    Cdi- Harm .i.,h,i.
    r>jV.l-
    NOTICE
    pa*-i WoMdawful OunaaUor.
    r l-ady SlK-t. Motcif Vdaggl T B
    RadaW, MlW Vaaan aiona Maria. MoU
    I V*.-l Uonaka
    -n
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    agjMl
    BUM d
    ,g 0.1 sa.Bg aguaia t*rt ot land
    Tltr I lout- contBlna Ihrra baaBwgajMI
    di-...r and **tvaiil-' roorni with
    and wal*r Ihioughoul. Inaparlloii n<
    appointmant. phon* BRB> l>*twa*n U
    pabijb ot- i. ramir
    Appllcatloni lor ana or fnor* Vacant
    si PhiUp- Vaatty EsMbitioni t#n-h.
    -i to* St Mtcha*! (Jim Sriiool. will
    li* rprrivrd i-i U-.r iiid*iiign*d not la(
    than Handav IRth AOgniat, IBM.
    _. Candida!** imM a*. djiight*r- of I I
    |s [ I'hMnrrt In rtrfli1*f* lartrtr Uaht I and ""l * ovrr *! nMi*
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    of .
    ELECTRICAL
    ...rkioi
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    LIVESTOCK
    C III,l..it.- Ila.n-
    Andi* It B 51 in
    Tha abov* will b* art up lot *
    Publir <"oaip*tllioii on Krtda*. in*
    BU ol Auiuat ItSg. .U I p i'< '
    offlr* "I '"* und*ralgn*d
    AMBINOTOK A ggAI.
    la gl**rt
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    to ci
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    i tl Ifltti |
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    St. rtailla
    i m to
    Th* CotUga called V1SBV- at BAO
    Tha mum contakni drawrnf and d*p>-
    Ing rooma. Thra* badrootna ion* WlUi
    drraalng ia*i. Kltchri. Mc a^trkrtty.
    gat and Gov*.nm*nl Watn
    .t.ll.d
    AppUcatlani.
    NOTICE
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    h* nrralvi I i>
    ... rhun
    In-patti.
    Iiranuaaa.
    Thr .iivr orop*r\
    by IMblk
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    art np lot
    fcn TBi'M.
    AgBBtl, IBM
    T*rma and condilla>i-
    lir Paiochla] OffW
    J ..!,.*. IfrrH. Bridgetown
    1JAY 14th Aufuat at 1 p m
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    ., 3.1.V l*n
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    MECHANICAL
    AUCTION
    the an* h*r*by wi
    irdHL in nij -i
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    I MM estMrartlng any dab* ni
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    TrUr. "ananOnt" >,"tnt)l* for rouplr Irani
    Ortokar 1U Hcatn-il* n b*diO">oi
    for Dw*mb*r l"3 Boll
    iurnih*d W*.i*i Bavley. Huh Btr**t
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    nUNOAl/lW-Atlra.llvr *tonr bungl
    law it th* Coral Ra*f Club. St J'm* *
    pecta.1 -.....' rata '."taming t" .
    doubt* b# Mean with aarvloa ugfrtlrd Applv i.
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    4161 for appatntment 3 B-H n
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    Kt Jowph pulah. 3 bedroom*, elevlrlt
    light and at*r Applv 1- 1 >" *""
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    nun .. .
    neneraloit
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    Thf Manager T.-M. Brlatf', M John
    F1.AT HOUSB- Pullj fu.olihr.1 ft
    Lawranc* 0-8*d. Ptiai*. BMO
    in t i "
    R(X)M* Two 'uriilihad loomi lot tent
    Worthing, oppoalte the Roeal Theatre
    B*rt *i*a-bB1hm* Garajr* alta*h*d
    tSSm bW - t i
    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
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    Agent* of Shrpherd SI. Cm
    of Liquor IJchim- No 119 of ItSI .
    to him In r*ap*tt of 2nd floor o
    clav'a Hank. Sh*ph*rd W '
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    BABBAIHiS ADVOCATE
    SATL'KUAV. AUGUST , 1852
    Crowd See 2/- Sweep Draw League Cricket Notes
    Von Nida
    Will Nol Play
    SIMMER MEETING
    CONCLUDES TODAY
    Results Of
    Sixpenny
    A FAIRLY LARGE CROWD allendeti Um drum u! thf
    p .it Lhi H.ivbados Turf Club Summer Meelin at
    IheGan i innah yaattrday afternoon AT1 *-fc^*rx^l*#S*-k-
    The diaw whuh was haard over RadlfUaion Sarvlc* \^OIlSOlclXlv9II
    Hon'blo J. D. Chai:d
    Seventy series were sold and the First Prize l| $52,360,
    the highest amount ever to be paid out bv the Barbados
    Turf Club.
    AJao drawn in addition to the horses were 50 Cash
    Prizes and four series of Consolation tickets from A to D.
    SERIES A, B, C & D
    Priw
    Series '
    I ick. i No-. Amount
    The last das "' 'he four-day 50 OTilKK PRIZES
    Summer meeting takes place, this A8340; D, C. T>0201. E,
    afternoon at the conclusion or p.. ; G4838. 7512; H B807; I;
    which, holder* of tickets drawn j_; K6578: L7221, M5163.
    will know If they nre in the big NA629; O -3923; P; Q2066.
    moaatV r_; s5M6; T-0I53; u; V;
    _, . Wi X; Y5508; Z
    The hooe, drawn are as tol- ggj, 4Ml; BB2iM. CC78*4;
    DD6528: EE; FF-8782: OG
    5463: till 0551. II JJ 89-14
    IIOl.NKS DRAWN KK0030; LL5313; MM5138;
    NN n*4, H419. UO |'|- J8-,!t
    ft ,'. TIM, ti998; CJ D; QQ5842, HR601,8. 3685; BS-
    d 1833; F7220, 8059; C; 4488; TT; UU; W4313; 1629;
    11-1494; 3338. 5648; t; J; WW; XXOHIO; YY; ZZ~
    K; U-; M8842; N5803, 2586, 0921. 3362; AAA; BBI* 8688
    367; O, P9716. 2487, 5878; 9779; CCC; DUD2862, EEE
    1520, 5476; Q0210, 6686; R; FIT3309; GOG3379, 2798.
    ,, t_. u3317; V -2601; HHH1082; 1114127; JJJ -8322, m|
    H44; W0621; X-8837, 2642; KKK; U.L8308; MMM-,
    Y; Z-: AA; BB9811; NNN5592; OOO8232; 1'1'C -.
    CC -0098; DD0600, 1135. 4070. QQQ; RKH ;
    :r;,i. :,,;., Kt. 0191; Pf
    2nd
    3rd
    4th
    5th
    6th
    7th
    8th
    9th
    10th
    11th
    12th
    13th
    14th
    I51h
    I th
    17th
    18lh
    19th
    20th
    21st
    i, i.//. I VTS Vn \i.EK
    FOB til WOS A IKES
    HAVANA. Aug 8
    Fernando Balldo. manager of
    Welter champion Kid Cavilan,
    leavina for Buenos
    t 3 p.m. to start
    Gavllan training for his tight
    against Argentine Mario Diaz on
    August 16th.
    He said they were returning to
    23 rd
    24th
    25th
    26th
    27 th
    28th
    OQ -a*73. 1 Hi4906; U;
    JJ 8156; KK; I.I0236:
    MM8385. 5543, 5933; NN3506;
    OO0610. 7596; VV 8068. 6128.
    HR; SS7665. 6447;
    1T-4901; UU 2211. 1183, 3622. "'TVL.^'I"
    5674; W SMI; WW0271. 0o52; ai.' 5"
    XX 13K7 VY-4369; ZZ72.1. -
    AAA6493. 4342; BUB5034;
    CCC6442. DDD0257; EEE-.
    FFF1871; GGG9367; HHH
    KKK94811. IXU-6273. 8464, several lights m Argentine and
    it,18; MMM- ;NNN; OOO-9302 chile. Balido said that this wlU
    3512; 5625; PPP; QQQ; bo the first visit to Argentine for
    HRR8497__________________bolh Gavilan and himself V.P.
    Statement Of 2'- Sweep
    III SERIES SOLDA TO 7. AA TO ZZ, AND AAA TO KKK I
    T0O.G0O Tukl'ts Hid iit 2 oat-h ..
    ! Government Tax at 4c. pet Ticket
    <73
    M30
    MSI
    Mi
    7305
    2486
    4550
    2319
    4342
    1975
    1996
    78l
    5569
    6628
    956?
    8659
    1140
    4309
    200?
    3212
    8521
    7985
    5631
    2644
    6695
    8261
    2243
    3110
    eatfl
    If33
    T365
    3866
    4023
    3134
    7132
    3119
    8111
    7M7
    8336
    687
    6611
    3011
    S645
    4557
    3778
    9025
    3645
    4165
    6918
    2726
    2465
    2566
    8569
    5782
    0016
    3066
    THERE was further me Ui
    improve the standard of umpiring in League games this
    week, when twenty live of the registered umpires resolved
    to establish a BC.L Umpires Association. This Associa
    tiun will comprise all registered umpires of the B.C.I* and
    . will be in the benda Of an elected Council, consti-
    tuted ot three representatives from the various d
    ol the League This Council will elect its own chairman
    and Secretary and will control its own affairs with the
    B.C.L. acting in an advieo;
    Umpire, present fallal y wei- i,...-.lively weak teams i
    cont.d the idea of the loraatfeBn nre vet to meet Sussex A. Susstx
    of the Association and fell that B, St Catherine and Lords,
    the intern-ion ot their problem.
    (140 00 "cu|d *'" areatly in ,m:r loathing !>cheme
    1JQ0II menl In the sl-nrlard Of umpiring. eononuatlon of hi. enaehine tention lo'mako 1951 the last
    60.00 proposed that .-., ci^Mr r1 A V WiUiamfha? * bu' " returned because
    S.no t.ry will conduct, after .ultahle ^D^ad match heiweS. me " *'" wanted to see En.land
    90vn preparation, a study roup in h,- ^aSfX': r-Mhl ..VZ rr -"' weekend u,ey flew 10 the
    30.00 dlvIsTon and this will be followed ^?%*% .^, ^"w*a, ^Xsda. *>""* *ff ?"mJ" N'dT* "
    20.00 by a demonstration game In Oc- . "^ Z^f^m Z MeJS.. "la", ln "" ch'. Tfm
    10 00 tober second will be Monday ryshanter event before oin|
    MOO Nov that this Association has "'il. ___- to ,h circui.r home-
    20.W. be,n lorme.1. Ihe fsteretoryof th. ., , ., ,, r , K A ,,, .,,,, highly
    MOO B.C.I.. gave umpire, present the rnlu.ln, Ktme a good. Several
    0O0 s..urance that IWyjvouW be p. d cUlh, ",. ,-, , ?,.
    3H?J,*2ff!SKZ mains-to'tabulate'-he'rep-S a^d
    select suitable centres so that Bo>
    tereated playurs can attend. Play-
    In L.K. Again
    li. JAMES i.Mimn I I u.v
    LONDON. July 29.
    Nnrn-.Jii Von .Nidj
    Id Ait-irolian du HI
    aon thousands of pounds in Brit-
    ish golf alnoa 194tt. said farewell
    to Britain i->t waaa,
    He told me he has n. da
    last lournameirt ai)pea>">* "*
    this country. It bad been his in-
    10.00 referred to him and he would for-
    10.00 ward the fee. The def .tilting .In'.
    10.00 would be suspended from Ukhu
    10.00 part in gnmeo until the fe so ad-
    10.0') vanred wai refunded.
    10.00 u was further pointed "U< it
    ena. t-iay- utyfeMlonai events and tied
    m who wish to late advantage \ f t law , lnri.t.
    of this opportunity need not wait
    for their name* to be -ent in by
    their club secretary but should
    10.00 ,he meeting that the B.C I. tool, ^^1"^ i'.V\i as' possible the :, , u.o prize
    10.00 no re p nslbillty for umpires '
    10.(1'
    Prize
    1st
    2nd
    3rd
    41h
    3lh
    6th
    7th
    8th
    th
    10th
    11th
    llth
    11th
    14th
    Serte. -<"
    5964
    3109
    6006
    3362
    2387
    1278
    ........ 9714
    5428
    ........ 2903
    ........ IX?
    ........ 157
    ___ int
    ____ 02
    ........ 2419
    Ticket No.. Anaaanl
    -D"
    1288
    4787
    6187
    1181
    3582
    1061
    9193
    9730
    "S401
    4230
    2905
    569?
    3449
    5518
    (140.00
    ltHII.fl
    80.00
    Otl.Ot.
    Against The intermediates
    First Horse .......... 1? %
    Second Horse 8|
    ' Ird * .......... 4)
    r..urth Hois,- .......... 2j
    F.flh Horse .......... 1)
    Sixth Horse .......... 1
    Seventh Hoi * ...... I
    Kighth Horse .......... I
    Ninth Horse .......... I
    1.1 Other Horses divide ((466.66, each 10
    Serial Prices divide ........ 2
    50 Other I'nres divide ((246.401 each 4
    1 Consolation Horse 2 08
    Horse Owneis divide in proportion
    (Win 4. Second 2. Third 1) 10
    Seller*' Commission 10.91
    Charily ......... 1
    Kxpenses 2
    Turf Club .......... 15
    (336.000 00 16th .., .. 9274 0137
    28.OO0.O0 17th ... 2774 9733
    18th .. 19th ... 6966 3717 6962
    3231
    (308,000.00 20th ... lilt ... 0986 3854 7305 2792

    52.360.00 22nd ... 9883 on ui
    26.180.00 23rd 8961 3321
    13,860.00 24th 2511, ... 9706 2654 3844 3316
    7,700.00 26th ... B744 8216
    4,620.00 27th 0633 3185
    3.080.00 28th .. IS22 4981
    3.08000
    3.080.00
    3.080.00 Government
    30,800.00 each Series.
    6,160.00
    Tax
    . the register. It was agTe-vl
    '0-0 > (hat those who refused to register
    10.00 w,.. trying to avoid paytsli 0M
    ,2'..0 *m'" rDlB,"'t''"' fpc involved
    l00j but at the same time desired to
    tike rarnun era lion fr-m clubs. The
    1730.00 ,., of registration la an assurance
    lh;ii sucta umpin-s will be givn
    ajgnc sort of training. Already all
    the registcrcu umpires have been
    furnished with copies of .the
    M(r rules (1947 code! and it is
    proposed to provide ihi- St-idv
    , pa Grnuii Lei-ders with copies of that
    '00 vrrv llne Illustrated booklet "T'le
    2000 ,rtwl "f ,ho f-l"-!.*1'" "> 'he Kn..
    20'00 Your fJnmp *
    20.00
    loon Flr,i innings lead was gained
    looo by "* B-CL- M aa,nsl lhe ""-
    tn'ruY termediales on Sunday at the
    1000 YMPC arounds. Once again
    lOiflO "u're was a w'cket in which thara
    loon was Borni* mol,,ure nnd clay w
    ill 00 del*ye<1 unil1 'lr ,hre- T*
    in'nn B.C.L. took their overweek score
    J" to 162 for the loaa of 7 wick,-..
    1000 whcn Goddard declared.
    1000 n tnc t'ry'n8 wicket the ln-
    1000 termediaU- found rungetting a
    1000 Oifllcult proposltioil. J. Kyim
    10.00 Ooul>''-- century Empire batsman
    10.00 w** bowled with only ten rui s
    10*00 on *h* "n* ani1 ^runk T.i>lt> .
    11) fin n's Empire colleague was run out
    10.00 t twenty nine. Trotter of Pick-
    ' wick left at 35 being caught by
    $730.00 Blackman off Sobers and with
    ___ Biam-ker and Porter out just after
    J200.00 on lhc half century had been reached.
    General Secretary of the B.C.L.
    Bent on Winning
    How I took
    off pounds of
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    30,800.00
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    in proportion as follows:
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    .. Third 31
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    number of Tickets .. 9
    Seller of Third largest
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    Seller of Fifth target
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    Inter media I cs were on the
    way to losing Ihe first innings
    lead. In his second spell, :i.
    Bourne, a left hunder fro-n
    Lancashire took two quick WsCK-
    eta and so ensured the lend fur
    his team.
    The Intermediates totalled 103,
    the last wicket falling In the lat
    over of the day. For the Inter-
    mediaies Trotter (Pickwick)
    scored 17 Branker (Cable and
    Wireless) 14 Wilkinson (Comber-
    mere) 18 and King (Pickwick) 16.
    For the B.C.L. Bourne (Lan-
    LONDON July 29 caahire) took 3 for 13, G. Sobers
    Soccer is again at hand. (Middlesex) 2 for 14 Hinds
    As the cricket season reaches its (Rangers) 2 for 14. Goddard
    Umax with the final stage of the (Telephone) l for 21 and B. Green
    i ounty Championship, footballers (Middlesex) 1 for 13. Green was
    getting back into harness for involved in an accident during th-
    pens on August game and was forced to leave the
    field,
    hive of in- The game was played on wick-
    er. have raported ~tT raffing" , "H* on ^ *<"> "*
    ftcr one oflheir lonaest-ever "? *" J'1""'^,. Bour.n" JB"d
    iv>tiers round condition-, "made to
    0ISPLAYIHO championship form.
    Mr*. Patricia McCormick. of Los
    Angeles, executes a difficult dive
    as she goes after the Olympic
    springboard diving Ulle in Hel-
    sinki. The 22-year-old housewife
    won both the contest and a gold
    medal.flNlcrnational RadiopholoJ
    first plat
    laeuaalng the future of Brit-
    ish golf. Von Nida said:
    "Promoters of totamaments
    mey to
    the first 20 competitors.
    "This would make the player
    tougher. They would have to
    win or starve. Play accordingly
    would be of a higher standard.
    "Competitors must be brought
    up the hard way. Too many pro-
    fessionals are content to pick up
    a few pounds without making
    progress.
    Professionals like Max Faulk-
    ner a powerful player and a great
    golfer, should be able to make a
    living from tournaments without
    being attached to a club.
    "Promotions would not suffer
    if the fields became smaller. The
    crowds pick out the big names
    and are not Interested In the in-
    d iletcnt players returning high
    scores.
    "Young players should be en-
    couraged more. Peter AUta, ;.
    potential world champion, must
    get more determination."
    Limiting of the prize money to
    the top of 20 finds support among
    some of the outstanding Brit sh
    professional*, including Dal Rees
    They cite the distributim. 2,100 prize money in the tour-
    nament at Harrogate last week.
    First prize was 500. laaond
    200 and the third 100. Pay-
    ment for the next seven winners
    ranged from 75 to 30.
    Then 90 players shared 925
    In sums ranging from 75 to
    30.
    It is the promoters, however,
    who coll the tune, the leaser
    known professionals have their
    advocates, and the Ryder Cup
    standard is not the end-all
    British golf.L.E.8.
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    Expect A Good
    Season
    By Onr fool ball ( ortr.p.ndr,.|
    the srazon which
    2Srd.
    Fratton Park i
    duatry. All tne Portsmouth pUy- ,..,
    reported for training .,,.
    of their lorunt-rvi-r 1'.,
    slimmer holidays, _
    Thrv arc all now In training for "cr '"' am' JJ* "' '""Wllng.
    the league programme which be- Tw' "f tlxe B.C.L. ; 1 ... i
    Kins with a home game against Maloncy of St. Catherine and
    15.40000 BlackpiKil. one of their bogey Browne of Kendal failed to turn
    learns. up for the match. In rurh cases
    "They are all (It and well", com- opportunities will be offered to
    ments manager Eddie Lever, "and. other promising players in future
    in fact, Ihcy were eager to get games
    hack.
    Mr. Lever Is In his first season Consistent Scoring
    as manager of the club In sue- _
    cession to Mr. Bob Jackson, who Ftom tne Windward Division
    ha*takcn over Hull Cltjs. comes the news of conzistenl
    "I think Portsmouth b chances scoring by Muirell of Rockers
    ^w b l*?.1 ,hl* season", he said. He is slaking a claim for one of
    Wo hall have the same players the prizes for three consecutive
    to call on and they are all full of 30s This prise is asifting in en-
    ~ -*itaUhVVen ""S ""'" "aumen , rem2n at
    .the ball may roll the wicket for some lime and not
    at everything which
    enthusiasm
    the beat ten
    against us. but I am confident flash"the hat
    thai wc shall do well both In
    l.00|
    League and Cup"." "" S?" "'?""' l*guc olBcial!
    ould all be fresh. J"',h'hal "" """' rtealeil ai
    J. D. CHAN1JLF.H.
    I). MORRIS SKINNER
    BOVKLL A SKKETK.
    lier COLIN SEALE.
    They'll Do It Every Time ^^...~~. By Jimmy Hado
    Whem we drinking aussegrr
    SHNE LIKE CKYSToL.PHWe/SZEE.
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    The players shuv..u ,
    __________ for, apart from a brief tour in the nc w'nn,n "f this, pnxa the
    ,.,i ,, ,, Channel Isles, Immediatelv after VA*'vr wM * 'r the Selector,
    sjuo uoii uti ,he 9nd of i^,, MaBOt1 |hcy havo to find men for the middle of the
    been free from soccer. team in big games, To this and it
    Most of them, however, have has been decided to abandon the
    been keeping fit by playing other l-rize for the team dismissing their
    games. The tennis courts at Frat- opponents for the lowest total
    ton Park have been well used and during the season and to
    -P^Hst^J'^-^"^.- H2 ,he number of P"*es "r pl.yri4
    tFerrler and Duggie Reld have who score time enniiseiitiu.. w
    _______________________________ Rockera In the lead In tli VTInd-
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    three series they have w.n all
    their game* and with 18 poi-ita are
    at the head of the table How.
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    Ghavam Orders Troops To Restore Order
    Shah Refuses
    To Interfere
    TEHhRAN. July 19.
    PREMIER AHMED GHAVAM ordered tne Pro
    vincial Governors and military commanders
    throughout Iran to. assume full powers on Satur
    day to suppress riots and demonstrations in sup-
    port of former Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
    Troops and police earlier on Saturday used tear
    gas, rifle butts and batons in clash with pro Mos
    sadegh demonstrators here while at Abadan troops
    and tanks were called into action against demon
    strators.
    In TVheran bazaar district, M, uppoften
    jumped on Sherman tanks si-nt to dlsptrM them, Tht.y were
    driven off after about 12 were reported to have been wound-
    ed by bayonet thrusts. ~~ ~
    Truman
    Returns To
    Wliile House
    One etvOHtn was reported
    killed and more tanks and truck-
    loads of irmed nldiers have now
    been stationed throughout the
    city. Ghavam appointed
    Saaarl ;is police chief with In-
    to lain draatk maa -
    ures to restore order.
    ay*i dmonatral
    nupport of Mossadegh aUna White
    Ghavam was still trying to form
    u government. A government
    spokesman said the Premier ha*
    now completed tall study of ttaa
    proposed government which might
    be presented to the Shah on
    Sunday. The young Shah mean-
    while made it clear that he stand-
    firmly behind Ghavam iinl b *t-
    termmed to see law and orator
    prevail in Iran.
    Delegation
    The Shah to d a five-man dele-
    gation of Mossadegh supporters
    who presented him with a peti-
    tion charging that Ghavam's ap- I
    pointment us Premier was uncon-
    alltutional. that he did not intend
    to Interfere in perllflM
    affairs. He also warned them that
    he would not allow Their political
    differences to plunge the country
    Into chaos.
    Warning was given as rioters
    In Teheran bazaars and Abadan
    were shouting "we want Mossa-
    degh or we must die." Unofficial
    reports said some of Mossadegh's
    -tu'lon i-i
    their own blood wearlns to
    hill Ghavam "nt the first oppor-
    tunity."
    Ghavam jremained unruffled
    He cn'lcd a press conference and
    told raportera he would restore
    order and tben press on with
    Iran't parliamentary ah
    said he would "*"> Iran's natural
    resources proper i; explored
    and erttteUnd the M
    regime for Itl lack ot dlplom'cy
    in handling Ihe A' : '
    , go'd min' und I don't thmk the-.'
    reaouree* should be allowed to
    remain idle." Ob wan '.
    WASHINGTON. July 1<).
    nt Truman returned to
    the White House on Saturday
    - 'Iiree-day
    checkup at Army's Wal-
    ter Reed Modtce] Centra hem
    As he entervd the south
    entrance of the White House,
    Truman laid *> felt "tine".
    Dressed in in a light blue riouble-
    .itiiiii i .nil he stopped
    fur ibOUl Bee minutes to permit
    photographers to moke picture*.
    ritKSIDKNT TKt MAN
    RICE SHOr?TAG
    During thr |aM week home-
    wives have been greatly in-
    convenienced becau*e of re-
    duced supplies of rice.
    Rumour" were al afloat
    that dealer- had deUberately
    withheld -upplles because of a
    pending lucres** in price.
    Tha "Advocate" waa reli-
    ably informed on Saturday
    that there wan no foundation
    In the rumours that there
    would be any price Increase.
    It wu stated that supplies
    had been delayed and thai an
    effort wan being made to speed
    up dUvar.c* within the next
    few days.
    He hiked and chattvd with pho-
    leaaifV" rm and news reporters.
    HHris^-or to the question about
    hla Men I Hi the President replied
    wlth'ilne fine 1 feel all right-
    He anul he ."md had 'nothing to
    do but loaf for a week". But lie
    acted upon 233 pkcea "f legisla-
    a he became 111 with
    mild \niis Infection last Wednes-
    day. The Praaldenl looked Ilka ha
    might have lost a pound or two.
    bul ha did not think to
    The riaalllaill and Mrs. Tin-
    man planned a restful period at
    lt;e Wmlr Hin.se beSOTO Triimaii
    nto Uu poUUcaJ melee
    to pack the Democratka Pres-
    idential candidate.
    > ek, Truman "ill -livid.
    Ingj Di'in-
    > lonventtoo at Ch
    conferring: with Ueu-
    I tenants at tha scene in Chicago
    in ielinhnne. ;md drafting the
    i rpeeeh be DOpl to make the
    on late next -
    jthe 1952 Demwr.dle tieket hu
    -ted.
    Jamaica's Trade Deficit
    KlngfHn, July 18
    Jamaica'?, tradf
    nine months' period for which the
    'latest olllcial gtatlatlci arc avail-
    able, inow a deAdi of over
    I 7.250.000.
    Imports t21.712.400. fron Hi -
    ain H.y 3.763,-
    775; America l 1200.000.
    ! Export 111142.000; to Brit-
    tain 8.236,000; Canada *: 2.48V-
    000: America 87l,48 from ill Ouurtor*:
    Children Dial
    The Fairv
    af
    Tale Toller
    vi:nn.\: Vkannaai children can
    have a different fairy tale rC ..l
    out over the iclobhour a
    itmply by dialing a number.
    t\ UtVNOTONi Ten armj do -
    lr arm li\
    war's hazards by sul
    lenaaa for spectacles worn
    by riflemen, gunner' and otheil
    In the flri 1 1
    rumk. a Rome newapoDer thir
    week asked the Hum.mum !.
    fatten to supp'y them with .1
    photograph ( tenner farej
    Minister Anna Paaka
    af cr e ,' '
    "Sorry, we are OMl of stock."
    TDNI Kund
    lati drovi 70
    I
    '
    snow men and touted In mo*

    op In OOXea and tried
    home be'. 1
    has fallen only four
    Sydney. .,11 m the I si 9
    TI'RIN: l ] 1 .. 1 rowdl thtt-l
    week made frantic by a tempei .- ,
    ture of 103 deg. atormed an tool
    factory.
    INGOON I the two *
    month ban on marrlna)
    lluddlnsl Lent, ;t."> tin,,
    111.lined the OBJ bet 1. 1 |
    began Ihis week in IVl.u. 60 mile.
    north of Rangoon.
    NKVV DFXII1: u/}i(. Mulki .
    deer in 1 jung.e near Jhansi
    into the bu
    kill"-.! bkl '
    around. Aghoat, he turned the
    rifle on him elf and i. n<>*' In
    ' born i- cub to a
    Johannesburg 80) I
    .led.
    SVDNFV; Sydney is to send ..n ;
    are becoming hard to get in
    Afnfi and an very costly.
    to Bydnej Eoo eratlr-
    man. Sir Kdward Hailstorm. "It
    is probablv the ii
    k) the home -if
    lions," he said.
    NKW YORK T-' .. mi-"-,,'
    taxi fare, New York
    Silver on a rhdl to
    Chicago derided to walk from one
    hotel to another. On the way a
    gunman stole 919.006 ( 26.785)
    worth of diamonds he was
    carrying.
    ITS
    IIIM I MM. < O-Ori It \ M\ I s
    Reds Regain
    Hill Position
    a. July 19.
    I1.1.1H\ sri'l'OKTKD Ciimmumst mlantrymcn
    ito stubborn
    I
    100 inert kill*
    U-aten new!; took the hill
    .dtcr a Menvi bartli

    Cycle Team Manager
    Back From Martinique
    Mr. J. W. B. CHENERY. President of the Amuleur
    Athletic Association ot Barbados who returned from
    Martinique yesterday by B.W.I.A. as Mannper of the Bar-
    bados cycle team, told the Advocate that tficy had an en-
    joyable time and were impressed with the beauty of
    Martinique and the hospitiili'y accorded to them every-
    where.
    1 dd ihet althouejli the
    raro not successful In the
    II
    iinpresion trnruughout
    for theu poctBnum-
    (-----S I--------Q -..- ship
    \g -^ k 9 ''"* luvk ,rf *
    the lull work was the insuperable
    Prix de la 1

    Mnriimqt.,
    drew competitors from Guade-
    BCh Guiana, t1
    :id Barbados In
    of course, to the thiee
    ],- iranch teams.
    H i thai the winner of the
    Grand Prix, the im ktlometre

    < (lib of Martinique who
    1. vutuTul Brmv Vaea
    . pranted by the Pie^i-
    f 1 ach Republic.
    -.h team
    ronsistod of five cyclists who had
    I to complete the course -
    .to become eligible fur the
    '.u.nle!oii|ie t nf-trtiinal
    that the
    Guadcloi.;.
    unfortunate r
    a in as much as
    # On page i
    TMad Table
    Tennis Team
    To Visil Here
    A table tennis team from the
    San Fernando fane "f the Trini^
    dad and Tobago Amateur Table.
    Tennis Aai led
    visit the I
    ean ted to play three
    t Itarbados.
    nut (oUowi
    "1 BUI '. Hi' L
    Trinidad; Barbados vs Trinidad.
    Rver*on n Trlnktad; Itarbado- v
    Q Trfnutad
    and Itarbados vs Trinidad.
    The second round Of gamea for
    Grade A *
    played at the ymca on Frldas
    night. The reaulta were: N. Gill
    beal M Blmmoni 21 IB, 2118.
    2117. 1. Worrell beat n \a>-
    lir- 2110 1 13.21 3 S. Shield*
    I 21. 2t 16. 18--
    II ih 11 Ifurny t--.'t
    (;..
    F. Wllloual I Humphrey
    2119. 21 17. 1321. U 23
    '21 IB,
    The Quarter Final will \*< play-
    ed on Tuesday night next Trie
    N, fllll v>
    1 1 ddge. L.
    .Worrell vs S. Shield-. R Phillips
    v R Murray and F WiHouRhby
    1 vi it. Stdeombe,
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    ;- eteal Iked d Co-operators' Day
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    I OOPEKATIVES afford an opportunity ka frw manj
    men who today maj bo I u lened wit] Itackleav
    1 evel line, a nfltllripiejfg I" atari
    1 after sotbacks and .1 |real faith In ouraehrea ami 111
    :-'i 111.my poopffl m Sweden Ihi.
    mHik, England, the Uniu dg and he did
    why it could not be doom hara in Barbadoa arhara
    1 particularly Induirtrioua tat laid Mr.
    mUil Seen tary,
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    SUNDAY, II IV M, INI

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    PIAZA THEATRES
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    Ih'tillh Improve*
    HCM AIKCS. July IB
    The hi>; '1 flnl lady
    ng lhe nmlit I
    'iw dfiicul press

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    dint down at 12.10 am. after
    ling a buUMin
    a 'slight improve- mi m Mr-

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    II
    A. CUKB, C.B.E
    I retur
    f B-W.I.A yeajerd-i
    il hinrfiMn
    from T; in Wait
    I.. P. W < -.vaa Mr*
    J M KMnc> of pent I and
    bar son-in-law ,md
    daughter Mr. and Mrs. K.
    Hamel-Smhh of Port-of-Spa In.
    This Week* Attraction
    RKMEAKSAl.s lof On Itarbodo*
    Mayers' proouat.i*:
    Wilde's -THE IMPORTANT OF
    BUNG KAI.NKST .van \ I U
    swing when Canb irupi>edln .tt
    the En. pi re Theatre UK w*vk.
    True satirical comedy, perhaps ti.e
    most popular of Wilde's wor v-
    and certainly thr one least savotn-
    i mastei -
    piece of iiiy dialogue winch ev n
    the passing of half of a t-entui v
    has failed to dim. It is to lie staged
    mi the 24th. and SSUi
    with a matinee on the final day.
    Prom the rehearsals
    |g i-ontldrnt that the players will
    ttlvp o morp than adequate p-i -
    i r lendilion-.
    even at ihi- earl) itage, w*re moat
    In preessVe. Great crodlt. too. ii
    dtte to '.hose who work backstage.
    and special mention must be mwle
    if Mr William Bertslan. who ho.-
    done a tine job with the scenery
    and decorations particularly in

    Student in Canada
    ERIC EtAISON. -*m ol I
    Mr- C. K. Raison. arrived
    r.C A. on Thursday
    Qohih QoUinq
    MR.
    i identical dresses of
    . t taffeta with
    tiers of miu at the back of their
    skiils, eom-t with nbbon and
    haped headdmten trimmed with
    They al*o carried baskets
    of flov. I
    The double ring ceremony ert&ich
    was full) choral with Mr. Gerald
    the organ, was cOn-
    v K. P. Hasselt. as-
    bjr rrsi Ve-v Rev. Dean
    C V E. Haatewood. The duties of
    lestman were performed by Mr.
    Harold May hew, thoae of arooms-
    -nan by the bride's brother, Mr.
    Frank McCunney. and theaw of
    ushers b\ Mr. Louis Grecnidge.
    Mr. Clayton Greenidge, Mr. Will
    Mr Hayn-s Mayhew, Mr.
    d Mr Harold
    Roiirne.
    A reception was held at "New-
    burj ". St. George, the residence of
    the bride"- uncle uiid the honey-
    aaaasj is being spent at the Crane.
    Married In U. S.
    /1AHIB learns thai the wedding
    took place at St. Peter Clav-
    on June 30. of Miss Mary Audrey
    nun*, daughtor of the late
    Captain H. S. L'umming and Mrs.
    kh- t'umming, of "Villa
    Angela". Crumpton Street, and
    of Lancaster,
    AND MRS. HAROLD HOWARD and MR AND MRS. CAMPBELL OREENIDOE
    (Double LJeddbig Qi St. rfennn.tr/'a *-!---.-.., -..
    ST. MSONAKD-S CHL-RCII waa duties of beatman. .^.J^V11, lon?a -Cl**T "?h V"
    the scene of a double wedding Mis. Elsie Goodrldge who was *""* *J? gf* % ,25 S' JamW.
    ,ri.--k Given in marriage by her fathei. *"- >"' nnger tip veil wan held
    a dreTof Mir*^ ..tin with In place by ; tl.ra of seed pearls A QUIET wedding look place
    of lace a close and she carried a bouquet of Dink on Saturday. July 12 at the
    :h waa buttoned >1nd white ioae>, ..! Mophaaaoi. John Wesley Methudiit Church.
    lone bkvrct. anU Sht' wos attended by her alstcr. Brooklyn. U.S.A., when Miss Olga
    n fntl *lrl with train Her veil MU Biirbara McConney as maid- Llnton. daukhter of Mr. and Mr,
    headdress oT-honour and her cu.in. MU gj*S V"" '.Sl* ~s
    . June McConnev as bridesmaid """P. became the bride of Mr.
    wore dresses of ..qua i,mi Asht.m Clarke son of 'irs. Mar-
    33gj3 l"'n...",?.,h,' * I^-lS^
    afternoon at
    The parties were Mlas Patsy
    rn7f^Mon.;e?l..Te,sending 'toward and Mr Campbell Allan V^hepe jffHm O.
    a months hoUda) with hisfamii" lireenidge and Miss Elsie D..teen htting bodice which
    IFSEmvrtSF Gun Hill Si Gortdje and Mr. H-rold DeniF down in the backj. to
    Howard.
    The Howards are the children of was kept i
    place by
    The bride who was given
    marxiaga by t.er great uncle,
    rara tr-plesn ballerina
    (In iiid of hartiiwlo. \vs<; uilion
    I'ncJpr th
    patrnnaijc nf H.E. ih, CsoVfrnor
    Lady 9
    On Saturday 26th July
    mi ill.- >ihum nwi i i
    lllind Si ttraU
    nrl
    I9.Z2
    "f Col R T. Mieholln. O.B.E.
    anil iiihIi i the Dirertitm uf Captain C. K. Raisoit.
    A I C .1 M.B.E.
    The P<4ice Rand will supply Music
    SlilK ATTUACUUNS
    B*ifc >ur TaMr Ntn\ \il'h tins. n. II. I.. \t \i:n
    r-r MKS. BtN si ,,,i; j
    WVil. *nd rhur..
    lilt I III kill
    Robert TAYifflt
    - Ami
    * OH Ol
    slOSII HUM"
    rtan MOMTCIDMF.KY
    George.
    .?;: ^cu&oSX2',y "^SS^S^j-^SafT^ 'S SKIS
    .-.rnil.i .neu.ber^T the Pomte- "on. St. Thomas, u U.o son of the bridesmaid respectively. The) ere circular, eorond th.ckl^ ... n, .,, carn'2d l>OU(luet of
    ri^YaehtChlb atonVreal wbJT- "te Mr and M"' C,lffor nuseisui'i Ti in full ** *lth mandarin neckline with clow- 1UQ of pi"k roaaslandorcnids. Bl ,..,, bv ner Bun|
    ^.^2,",^-, ,1.1. .h Miss Howard who was given in mting bodices buttoned down in The flower girls, Miss Rosalind Mrs. Violet Hurlev ->t Brooklyn
    mnrriage by her father, wore a front and full skirts. Their head- McConney and Miss KUiaabKa U.S.A.. as Matron of Honour
    ilress of slipper satin with oylon dresses were pink tiaras and thai
    veke. a close fitting beaded bodice carried Victorian bouquets of pink
    .vitli lona; sleeves and a lull nklit radiant rosebuds and verbena.
    vith a long train. Her tulle veil The duties of beatman were per-
    .vas kept in place by a beaded formed by Mr. Roy Goodrtdge the
    .in- curried n bouque' bride** brother.
    of white corallta, shell pink aoaea The ceremony which was fully
    iiiil gerbaras. rhoral with Mr Samuel BurKe at
    the organ, was conducted by Rev.
    WD. M. Woode. The ushers were
    , ljoloies and Riwita Mr. Robeit GieenldKe, Mr. Noel
    maid of honour and Lura-. Mr. Edward Goodrldge a "id
    respectively. They Mr. Winston Kelly.
    t stamped blue ne; A reception was held at llarne-
    ith mtndartn itarkllnaa buttoned fcnt", Peterkm Road aflat which
    own in tiont. close llttinR bodiccr. the couples left for Morntngside'
    nd full skirts. Their headdresses Bathsheha to p*-ad their honey-
    ore blue ttarai and tbov carried moon
    idlali*
    Married At Cathedral
    It. : b.ul'i'.
    I at the
    i- l(.king for-
    nore m Car-
    Day and also to
    Mle on hnlida>
    Siat
    crs
    M1E Misses Pal and Olrllc Von^
    She w>.
    the Ml."
    Howard
    THI
    i f British Guiana, arrived
    here recently by B.Vf.l.A f<
    v They both
    ihe waddtng w ailei
    . and Mr. Gordon
    Slouto which took place at the *
    Mnl.il Cathedral last Thurf-
    tiav
    Phi I erriployed with B.G. AH- \ :-trtan iKHiqueta of pink
    wavs while he, rbudH and verbena.
    ol th<
    Central Ohraic In George-
    na
    Mi David Greenldge. coutkl "(
    brtdegroom performed the
    9 p.m. la t i.m.
    VENXNG DRES8
    ADMISSION: Si .110
    SNACKS ON SALE
    fioJUA
    dJiiowc
    \o Johnton't
    Stationary
    Bid.
    ogfsM
    uou
    Jhs die a I tjtjifalwn in Qualify LOatdiQA
    A wide open inviiaiton to Bridfietown'r.
    newest all-purp M Store, where- ihe
    shelves, counters, show-case^ even the
    spacious, llnoB. ;tre all crammed with
    Home and Office *.eeds and numerous
    personal rfquirvments loo. It's a new
    i.n NFW STOCK FOR MR
    AND MRS. PUBLIC
    k.K.II.-iwt^&Co.Ltti.
    loer Itl'4a-l Si.
    ON THURSDAY afternoon. St
    Michael's Cathedral was
    beautifully deeornted with an-
    thurmm lilies and Caracas daisies
    for the marriage of Miss Joyce
    Owen McConney. eldest daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. Owen McConney
    of 'Frank Ville", Pilgrim Road.
    Christ Church and Mr. ITdllMtO
    Gordon Stmite, youngest son uf
    the late Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stoute
    of "Devon". Worthing.
    The bride who was given in
    marrlaue by bar brother. Mr. Tony
    McConney. wore a drew of lace
    ME. AND MBS. KENNETH STOUTE
    Co-operators' Day
    a> from page 1
    laat named sroap appeared
    ha**e orusad
    BaasCaUaaaSl Work
    C /loose fiom (/its large
    assortment of . .
    131 MIY>I Mil
    BMBS9BS
    el
    folio
    ill rials
    (Valllo PJQua T-ifietas,
    Pure Silks, l.nii raj
    c.ii ardlnes, Col ilayons,
    Organdb tsaaraiickai
    , i rapai
    lhi\ Oresves Sun Dresses
    Cocklnil .iiid Kveninu llrevses
    Morning Dresses and
    Maternity Dresses
    Priced $12.50. $15.00,
    S18.00 and $24.00
    i Aims ii vis
    of individiiility Mltabsa (Or the most formal occasions in-
    Black: While: Red; Blue; Nay; Grey;
    l-i i.i run !> i.n..mi. Orchid. Brown:
    Pink: Green; iellow; Cream: Aqua
    From $4.32 $8.50
    ^She fAlodern Stress Shoppe
    BROAD STREET.
    "KEEP EM FLYING"
    DANCE AT THE
    CRANE HOTEL
    SAT. 30th August
    TO THL TUNES OF
    "KEITH CAMPBELL
    THE SOCIETY SIX
    and
    THE JUMPING JACKS STEEL BAND
    featuring our own
    III.M. t thv i
    mam n pavl wilkixs
    A ran 15 MINUTE FLIGHT
    IN "BIM" TO
    ONE IN EVERY .. PERSONS .
    ENTERING THE DANCE
    DANCING from 8.30 p.m
    Supper included Dress Optional
    who m la Uic Island as a mem-
    btr of the Royal Commisalun
    wMch .'ame h(t> in I93R to advise
    ils aftar imi civil disturbances. He
    irenl .uth.irltv on Trad-
    - JonsideTable amounl of pro- Unionism, and he waa explolnlna
    opmlloia sane* paganda imd educational work has to hi* audiences the strenmh there
    Ihe death of 1U prealdrM whlah to bo done in onler 1. help peo- arc, in urdST lie asked uTte
    aeeurrrd durlnx Ihe past year. plc to appreciate their needs and consider th.: vttencti, c.f a Iwia
    These societies functioned as problems and to see how these can which by itself could be eajtily
    unregistered bodias and in many be met by co-operative means. I* nt jrici \vilh but little extra
    respects, had been doing very A eonun.......laeoncapUotI which fforl could ba bnkaa. When
    Rood woik. Much credit for th .......ni-i of tarlaai aajra
    was due to their members is eparrtlon r.lat......nlv to aRTlcul- |.ut toaiether hi a bundle, provided
    well as to the former Co-operative lure It Is true, of eourao, that m t. hald tOgatraM it became im-
    Offl.ci. Mr. Cave, whose en- ' prcdi.nilnaiuly lerlriiltunil possible to bieik them and soine-
    couragement and advice had colony, one would expert a larae Htom cv.-n to bend them. And
    reat'y assisted in nurturing thev- number of ihe lOOMlaa to have so II is I feel with those who
    Infant cnrletlee nn asrrtcullural bias. Such socle- rtoold loin in Ihe formation or co-
    ' lies, riowever. u rhrltl and >|i. iMlvea. The very word means
    Vbu. ^ 0 il.. Credit So.i.:ii Cnsflomen's working together, and In such
    _,.. __r .-SSSii; h.j he Societies and Contumcis' s.-ic-.ie- wiwk there must be Itrength. for
    J'7 ,t?" tT ^2 S ""' -IHcially suited to wage- altboulh co-operation his am
    Mei7L',hL.^'n sS "^LSrl. '"""" "" 1'"-r' "i urban drllnrd aa a system ol the produc-
    month. ayaWajTI .. "5*" are,,,. Development In these tlon and distribution of economic
    Co-operative Marketing Soclaty dir^u^ expected t follow as good, for the creation and alloca-
    la-ew-ard Co-operalive Saving. ^ a, ^n,^ .ork a,onf ,,,, o( WMllhi ,, mucn m
    Society Welchman Hall Co-opera- lheJC r,nM can ^ lnal|luled , , ,ali for co-operation present.
    w'la. ^iJS, VlS, "A" "" Co-operative Movement the way lo incien,e the value, of
    Walkers Co-operallve Savings ...^lop, |J ,, anticipated that :he frugality, justice, honesty and
    Society. societies will federate into a ''luality, both social and religious.
    Two other sncielios in process Co^pMUn Union. This will ! WhaB art examine the success
    of formalioii ore Porev Spring to- .,,,, aDelaty ,,| hicli all ........he life story of
    operative Marketing and Hillal.i the primary soclelie,. it ,. I,p,,l. II toundrt and properly run
    Co-operative M.rketmg Socletj ., 1Tom(. mMb<.r. Sucn" ' co-operntlves. we must come to be-
    There are In all. therefore ,in| cou|d ^ ^ lremendou, Iieve that here Is a power, a force
    seven organised and functioning ,mMtmt , strengthening the ** 'n increasingly help ,o
    co-operative societies and two In vvrR f ,,, n,cmlH,r ,.,,* na solve the economic the religious
    process of formation Five of gradualK ,.,,, k and spiritual problems of our
    these are marketing societies, four J., , funrtl, nf lhr cJg_ times.
    ttvc Deurtment, ao thai even- rniindahon
    luallv the Co-op. ant In laying Ihe foundation of any
    would n.ii i ro-operativi-il i. well to know and
    !'< familiar with those principles
    .in h bavf Baada for the success of
    nnh were started since the
    beRliinlnK of ihi* year as a dlmt
    result of the recently drawn uu
    .Domestli; Suaar Aareement. Ther-
    are two Savins Societies, one
    Cieilit Society and one Consum- First 1 would like lo thank the .^.-operation. More than one
    ers' Society Chairman for the very warm wel- hundred years ajo some 28 pe-->oi".
    "Of these nine societies, three come be has extended me and the 27 men and one woman, had the
    are in St. Michael, two in St. cordial remarks he has made in courage to test their belief in
    Thomas, two in St. Andrew, one nirrxlucin me. themselves and in co-operation.
    In Christ Church and one in St. I would like you to know that I and the principle that those Roch-
    Peter. m very sensible of the honour ,)B|P Pinr-ers employed then arc
    "The saven established societies that has been paid me in asking still those on which successful co-
    ttave a membership of about 400, me to address you on this your operatives are founded to-day.
    working capital and savings coa-c4>erators* day. I can only Those principles were founded on
    amounting to S2.700 and $140 put hope that I shnll not be entirel> ihe belief In. and recognition of.
    lo reaervea. disappointing. (he rights snd values of the In-
    "Four of these societies have Unify dividual,
    been registered. These are Si. Soon alb bad was At the riak of boring those whe
    Barnabas Marketing. leeward erected h.ui the pleasure of have itudM th* early history oi
    Savings, Welchman Hall Market- he .ring I i-..'.il Hunker deliver $ ro-oparativta I woud like to tell
    Ing and Saves Court Producers speech from this platform; the von how il ill -torteil. The story
    and Marketing. ipMMr MM Sir Walter Citrine, <>" Pce 5
    Reductions in HARDWARE,
    KITC'HKN SCALES ..........
    COFFF.K MILLS ............
    MINCKRS ..............
    CAKE STANDS .................
    SANDWICH STANDS........
    DECORATED LEMONADE SETS
    DECORATED LIQUEUR SETS
    HEAVY TUMBLERS ...........
    ............war* $li).ss nans S6.00
    J1.90 and Sd.OK now %?,. nd 53 SO
    were J3.ll now $2.00
    were M.IKl now $120
    ........... ware f.M now $2.00
    ..........ware $10.66 now $6.00
    .............. were $6.47 now $4.00
    ................... 3 lor 24 rents
    T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
    DIAL *220
    YOUR SHOE STORES
    DIAL **()*
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    M'ND.IV. Jl'I.Y ill, 12
    M \l>\\ \li\m Ml
    PAC1 IIIKM.
    %l TIip 4 iurMtu
    CLOSE TO MY HEART
    i> m. h
    A FILM with an appealing story, told in a simple
    straightforward manner with n<> over-dramatization,
    CLOSE TO MY HEART is the Plaza, Bridgetown offering
    this weekend With sensitivity ami understanding, it
    examines the t-mutional attitudes Involved when a young
    married couple, whu have rw children el then own, decide
    lo adopt a luundhnu There is good propaganda tor the
    adoption agencies whose careful endeavours to tind "homes
    for the babies and not babies for the homes" are given
    dignified and convincing UeetfntoMl
    Adopting a child is not M -mi-
    it would appear and when
    ~the young oupir real
    him to wait two years, the
    wife sets her heart on a foundling
    loft on the doorstep of I .
    station. In due course, the child
    is lurneti over to the agency and
    during the pre-udoption period,
    the young husband is doubtful of
    taking tfie child because do one
    knows anything of its pareutago.
    When the child is itngUy turned
    over ko then eretly makei
    eno^incv u to the baby's origin,
    . ;imst th.- .idvice of the agency
    Ills dramatic findings constitute
    the climax, and for dramatic pur-
    poses, the old bread "I hi
    Mioiimciu is deftly resolved.
    Ray Milliind and Gene Tierney
    are starred as the married couple
    and they both acquii themselves
    well, playing their rolis with |
    natural feeling that makes the
    film wholly credible, but even
    they take a back scat when Baby
    John Window, u the foundling,
    comes on the xen.. A strong.
    healthy, intelligent baby of seven
    months, he ploys his part like a
    veteran, and when he is given an
    intelligence test, he sails through
    it with flying colours. They say
    that babies are bom secne-rteal-
    ers and this young one is no ex-
    ceptiun to that statement.
    GARDENING HINTS FARM AND GARDEN
    KIR AMATEURS
    * j**s^^iejfl
    BSSPr~~~ HBSSSB
    f ssL?"' T 9ser\J
    CUCUMBFRS
    rnbeta cn be *
    Barbados all round
    l an adequate supply of
    water available Jhej aj-e grown
    from imported or local seeds.
    Plant several seeds in each hole
    straight into the ground, After
    germination (bin out the plant*
    leavttkg the two healthie-i n,
    each hole. V. G. U. is the usual
    way waen the plants are a few
    w-essos old. and agsji
    flowi mc start*.
    libers are tr
    things to grow In this I
    they are very subject :<> BUfbl
    To souaterael this the plan*-:-
    should be sprayed cvees four
    ditys with Buideaux mixture.
    ESCHALOT
    Eschalot arc grown by plant-
    ing rf small dried
    cully Cut a Ihm slue
    off the top of the dried i
    Plant the bulbs in \h.
    *ith the Uaja uncovered) lour dents from all
    a apart, and d pfktBtad in
    nlace the. rows vujhieen M are from
    (Bj \t.KKtH.\i
    THE COCONUT
    A
    r*j ;i."uil CtSssV
    . I | atbong. Kiiith- .
    wire made to arrive II .table prices within the
    CamwI products torsn an len-
    porusst part of the dietary and Wi
    jroelo M gratefui to all con-

    cooatderauoQ given to such gejej
    Uossi as supplies of ru"
    av lllable and I price level wluch,
    all thlagfr eonssiarsd. would *>
    M producer and ultimate!-
    ell The Fats and Oil-
    I ; 1-iikleSaUke l>ori%
    winh. under cxpcit icuidaim
    mot keuvhtio raeul
    n the We.1 Indies has
    1 hau its upa and downs and eon
    com ecrted ...boii leading to sU1mUi>
    liKlvn Uiv HuV will orvaiit a ,-. ,. au-p at a time
    programme entitled "Voyagurg* when the world U -till fightm..
    . : |
    young imii and /..... ilun cenitanUj
    nthei
    Supplie r fabs and iiiu general-
    the Ume of Iho year when stu- \y have liecn serioqslv all-
    ";M W War II -:.
    . BLINDING .
    HEtDACHES
    MADE HER HELPLESS
    HUC. KMlll) S9HBJ
    STUDENTS
    ViSITINC
    BRIT. i/.V
    Their DifiicuUies
    -.la. .Jut
    W<
    bus apart, and if planted in leave home to come to li^aui_ producing areas like the Dutch
    j rows igh
    inche* upon. V.G.M. n the l ius Setuaments and Mn\a>-
    -
    I mile
    *e IMiilii-i'ii,.
    Jttssi, rrtALN.
    RAY Mil-LAM)
    Fay BUinter hraOs the Mipport-
    IflUaaW'dth a wan, sympathetic
    iiorrrayal of the head *A the Adop-
    ts** AgVIH-.V.
    Mrectton |g good and Max
    Wenter*! music just right.
    Belles on Their Toes
    Ploying at the Globe. BELLES
    ON THEIR TOES brings u fur-
    iher adventures of the GHbrcth
    family In a genus] to "Cheaper
    B> The Danen.4 Though there Is
    no definta plot, the Bb
    of chuckles and inerrimri
    M*e the children growing up.
    graduating from high school and
    college ami having thetl '" lo*M
    atlan- In :|h .
    rt is i-aptured by a rac-
    coon-coated football hero with a
    bright red roadster, but the object
    nf her affection is taken thinly In
    hand by her nil
    brothers and beats a hastv retreat,
    leaving Ernestine with what Mhe
    li qull.' sTii-i- i .
    shattered heart. Anne's affair is
    more serious, ana end.-, happily
    with her marriage to . fCJKM
    doctor. Mr* Gilbreth. their wise
    ana ceg-geMi rnottier, who is. if
    you reanernber an engim i
    u victory over the handicaps of
    her mx in a man's held and Is ac-
    cepted a?, an instructor of young
    students. Bui even this doe* not
    overshadow ihe merry pattern of
    >lv i,r,. They have a
    cheerful way of looking at too
    right side of things and The em-
    phaatB on tin- sheer fun f sharing
    and ihe joyoun sense of belonging
    that must he pari and yarvel of
    life in a large family, make this
    picture cheerful and hapu\ en-
    BMi f.-r the fannlv
    Kytne Loy and Jeanne Crain
    are back in their old rain and.
    the neweomero include Hoegy
    Carmitthael as their lsnguid ciok
    and handy-man; Jeffrey Hunter
    Dd Edward
    Arnuld gg 'he umuccesjul Miitor
    M
    Appniniiucnl With Danger
    ... i
    \PPOINTMErVT WITH DANGER
    at 'he Plata. Bnrbarecr.
    for a weU-deveJaned plot, crisp,
    natural dialogue, a rapid-lire di-
    mnx and a stmng. i-onvuicing per-
    fOrmanee by Alan Ladd as the
    hiird-U.iled Iiihpector.
    The atory concerns a postal In-
    spector who Is assigned to solve
    the murder of a colleague, the
    I of which is a spright-
    ly Lrttla Cathohe nun. Posing as a
    corrupt postal employee, the In-
    spector not only duds the murder-
    erswith the help of the nun-
    imcovers plans for a
    largc-sculc mail robbery
    Though the pattern of the film
    is definitely "cops and robbers"'.
    humour and a ne'v twist have
    been added by the introduction
    of Phyllis Calvert as the nun. who
    not i.nly aids the course of Justice,
    but by her ingenuousness, cotn-
    iileiely ,-hiingeii the very cynical
    point at view of the Inspector
    Authentic backgrounds in South
    Chicago and Gary, Indiana add
    realism and there is interesting
    inside information concerning the
    safeguards employed by a large
    Post Office to minimize the
    llsllll .f theft.
    isual way- A-s the bulb-
    by sending out small bulbs
    around some gardeners strt]>
    thees off and u*e them, leaving
    only Mm- centre bulb to hili\
    develop*. When the green fohag"
    of Uw esebwliit begins to withe
    the eschalot |g then ready tw be
    puUed.
    LETTUCE
    Lettuce can be grown ui Uar- .
    bsdoa uU round the year, but ** megacycl** P
    Ike Olympic Cauies
    -
    :foimaIt. r
    ':"" which will u,.e actually involved:
    enable them osne r^rope, oUee groves and >
    equipped niDer part suffen-d incalculible losses. While
    in die b. of the y ommunmee- nianv a har(( tale eonld rgnubtle
    ' '''' l-> told of the deprivstions due
    nee* ... vi,.. ,g,, uterature low
    * many difficult** cn IV 1-,.niemplate,
    > 'i'"'10" n a degree of saMelaetlon, that
    dent 1 dl f- . i,.. lanib vtd guniuc
    hour Of -taning the W. ,,., ii|lU ,, ,
    will begin at 10 ,,r hjg humorous disser-
    l g heard i the 3a Ui.HHI ,. . .^.^i,,,^ ,,toa*urvs
    5 "", ..: | wf n he wa.s

    \Uanhile. in th. M tndiee,
    ii t u pn loci
    last waek"' Ul"lr> "or h'"'
    from hurricanes
    aches will be interested in
    reading bow this woman
    aaded her troubles l
    "I was subject U> terrlbls
    hea laches. Wails they laeted, I
    aesmed to lose my oi_hi and all
    pownr In my ban 1 ana i
    to He down for hours at a time
    etvaant.wbo has (alien Kru-chen
    Salt* lor voara. sugastel my
    trying iheia. I did so, and 1'vs
    not had a return or thoee terrible
    hssdaohSB for months. In fact.
    I feel quits cored " M W
    tlcsdacBM can nearly alwavs
    be Iraeed loadUordertKletoraach
    aud i i tne unauspeoted rsUatlon
    to the system of suuroailuic
    wii material. **lUch potannii
    the blood H"ino* t ho polsoDmi
    aeouaaoJstlcina prevent tni i
    from formlntf again -s>nd you
    Sn t oav* to worry any mum.
    d that li jiud how KruHCBeo
    nv- iieifl snd lasting
    by <-lnan*lng the system tlmr-
    osxhly of ail harmful, i..
    waste
    WHEN CONSTRUCTING
    OR REPAIRING A
    BUILDING
    ALWAYS USE
    i v i at 111
    ASBESTOS-CEMENT
    CORRUGATED
    i4 water it dots not come ao
    well in the rainy weather. Let-
    tuce is grown from unpoited duxlns "the .H.ihoc Cone- the periodic
    seed wakh mut Qrst be sown |,jh- Wiil l- w
    in a seed box. Mignonette is report dv '** 1,Mpnori l0
    the bust kind of Lettuce se>\l (Uv ai !< p.m. ju-, beCora the maintenance and. inyorne can
    to plant a t it forms up into tight New.- lluUtla, -i lUaK. l CO -. nt unharve crisp heads, Utt- dl.,1 .-n the other hand. th..i
    rgraW your World War I had given n eertain
    traiup'ant the seedling-- to a ..u^ntion to the one be man*
    well prepared bed when they Nortu Juaeraca at 4.*5 p.m. This of whlisv unfortunately, were on
    are a fe* Uktheg tall and place wHl be in the itf and | i I u wuited to the niiuiremeni
    them inches aiaurt. Alter bands U ' "- unprofitable. poorU
    planting manure with Ur eaarne in the U end Jl netre gained cane land N* example.
    Sateeule as* Italn Liltn>- ImhkL majorltj >1 uch pU
    should be watered three limes ii d with 'i
    ill be given dittoes inimical to good health and
    u..l "Cuilin*- the weal i duction. These areas h .v.-
    mw reverted b>
    m ' m to 7.40 p-i Ui Ihe ltd rd '
    ... '""I preparatory iinple-
    I'roblems ot Atomic I i.wer . , that the 1- '
    Sii John Cocki-ro" ' t ,,, ptajgt,aliOn< are i-tdl to be
    .1 areas where
    and clunatic coiulltions and
    at Harwell, is to fie* tup* are sulud
    the Mid-We-k Talk1 do wed- r. he i. onl of the
    < 'imnen- j T(.,. agforia BOW 0*401
    ping at in. is p.m In the 'aik- n ... ,. gabillze ihe industry, ii
    entitled Thi AjM >' ,.u. not only In
    AtOgftW POWSS S.r John will 0 i.name of -
    --------.-.....ve*. aeeM*. . view some ofthe probh livstions but in s .
    pei mil must be obta>.ned to be ' "^bnologists m the fjeld Oj ,..,, ,., ..xpanshai wusjreee.
    allowed to grow them. atomic energy. IZJ' what ,mtion- warrant. The Wesl
    Sow HuV seeds rtruight into h h as the
    the ground about lour feet apart ,uli> eonUnande lo the oiins IWIUI, .,, ,hl. prea*ent Jimetuxe
    V.G.M, in the usual we*. ,m.l ' kuHursllj sne
    be sure u7 ubVk Uw okras before P0***' ^'c SS" SftTS". ^.t rtfcnv- hu" n,,,,', '......*"......
    Ja.
    ECO PLANT
    Egv-Plant la an all round >'>'
    .. Plant
    ftv d imported or local seed.
    Plan! tlie seed first in a boK, and
    transplant the seedling!* when
    l*.s high l>. the pre-
    pared bed Vli M in the usual
    wsy. ,.
    OKRAS
    Okra* are <-asily grown all the
    year round from local seed. There
    however a closed season when
    about six
    off and fresh
    ted.
    - ARTICHOKES
    rgy. th
    B "f Cheap power, has
    .. .> mil
    *': "u: |.odu*ingcrop-eolton-haetend-
    hrtfecuva nowers nf the '


    -Koe can bo grown all
    the year round in Barbados.
    Tiny .ire grown from a piece ot
    tuber which hai. eyes, and Ihwe
    pieces of tuber can I
    straight into the prv|>ared bed.
    Place I hem llwee inches deep in
    the gi-nund, and two ft
    applu-ati'Hi of V.G.M.
    when the plants are ,( few inches
    high and another when they
    start to flower. When the plant
    foliage Btarts to dry the arti-
    chokes are dps, and can then
    be lifted from the ground. To
  • ttrif, insert :i long prongiil
    fork well ba one tO "' Ba
    plant, and prize upward so
    raising the bunch of artichokes
    whloh ''ill ba found at the base
    of the plant.
    The 1952 I'M.,,,
    Mtfa Season of the He
    Promenade C
    ii Saturday next. 2th
    . that d.t. it 1.1a |> ii
    Coconuts in Barbados received i
    pecial niention by Sisiotnburgk in [
    :H4 Hi- urili
    'Cievioio U. the awful Inn
    1 H'A I the coast regions were '
    iul ti-ecs; the'
    '. of \. Inch "i'ii1 lie
    BBC G.O.S Mil vwh the noyal stmfdd .luring that calamity. The
    i howwrei en
    of the Opening concert The pro. planted and In some places, as at
    gramme consists ' Dohnai stwelra end rontabeUe, the
    reaped annually froi
    I i^OO o 1*400 from the Sale of
    Joycs Hedges, a young pianist acne, ggeje" He then aro-
    her twenties), and Wagnei ' to relate the U-age.lv I
    'Overturf '-* %he palm* as tie
    by the BBC Svmphony Orchestra. "* attaCel by Al-v'-odee. a epocie*
    . Sii Malcolm Sargeunt of su. king bug akui to scale in*
    i ...k from Me '"ui M " H ui distressing to see
    South America. The I1BC will those majestic tress, st present
    ' many of the 1'ron.en- < Town less trunks, offensive to the
    ou ''ye," he states, as he continues to
    of these in due course. n-i ilbe the invert .nd its nature.
    Imp'oved'
    THI: TRUCK & BUS TYRE THAT WAS
    ALREADY MOKE POPULAR THAN ANY OTHER
    v
    SEE
    /o f/nur hontf and
    i in a h
    / LA n in % i
    2 LOCKS -2
    .7 BOLTS :t
    4 HIM.IS 4
    SiBIJ | 'hip in ivrc-
    nilo|> ihsl there
    is no m U ii "
    tiered
    Thai'", lust wlui hga Veen done to the
    DunJup i I mniop
    designer* havcdcvelopcd Imm ilu* line
    b i i pattern a tyre thai is entirely
    und IMl'KoVhH ilu. lyre,
    uc brilliant U'>. is apsj I .\\ to set up
    ii nfej H-oids lor low-cost operation and
    all-round cfliciency. Sec Tor yourself
    IIV* hctn* rwc*irtcl
    Hit ft i* ii ii i I it II11-1 II V.
    #*/"&*. .S/fOf t'/s_ ititl'lifts
    Hint tmtttt tttti'zt'tl I tth\.
    BAHUAiPOS 0 o-oir
    rOTTOX FACTORY LTD.
    DUNLOP
    TRUCK AND BUS TYRE
    DUNkOF SUIS2S CO. IID IIMHINGHAH, 1NCLSNO


    I'M.I 1IUR
    -I M.AY \li\.( Ml
    Sl'NTJAl II I I" -'" MB
    CQNQUER PAIN
    SCIENTIFICALLY
    i*W*C/fc contain* fotw mtll-ptoren med.i.rwt. i.. Phawatin,
    t-==-^ Catenas, AeatrkeBSyla. Acid.id QUININE. The,* lour
    mvdicirvM. i lha/ rcliav* pain fui, raMora jrour lama of wtH-bm ng !
    FtNACf*^ '* 'leo'nedbXDo*,or' '#r J.^1Odoflorsiodar(llU
    I---------SJ h Graat Britain alona uia M H il.a/r turjer I fevari.
    coldi. ncidichai. loot hi tha. rliaumalitin. naunlguih.i .vondarful
    !* ipacific bring* ,cu *mjnnfl quick raW Iron, ill o* tham 1
    'HHAC/*?'0*'^1"" You can bur *t
    -"*/ in taTTNtlUai en.elopM
    enough to bring quick rallaf Irom a
    bowl ol pali. Or m hand/ 20-lab I at
    ' bOKM. Or in SO-uMit bottta*kMp
    e*na ol theic in your Houm.
    4AM YOURSELF
    A6AIHST PAIN
    GET AHACIV TODAtI
    "4 Sat.1" Mtrca utiaar IM > MMM
    t
    ivkmms task vi Yesterday's Cricket racing notes
    HELSINKI-STIFF
    /\/>/i rot/x /1> be "off"
    I' \ HI' \ II i I 11 I
    IMI'IKI rs HABBUON n
    < (Hi l Ol t U.tsmrn. ._______ .. _._ ,.
    Hurikwl red CINCE our last artltlc flppearr.l mu.h pace in
    lV *J the Raring World With Ihi
    . fell for Meeting there came, first of all. the ann the chan'n
    claaw float ion which resulted froi. ime to digest
    lumps were The two Lawlasa brothers look- these than the fntrm ,or. ou,r own *"U111 "ecl,n .*5re;VPon,1u":
    >m wen- IBS a* the ioundwt of the tail end And almost Immediately the tempo of the gallop, quickened so that
    TMK XV;, Olympiad opened at HcN batsmen. David getting 21 and it became possible for us for the fim l.mc lo make some assessment of
    events were ciV Camie Smith was Uie outstand- Tony 17 H. Jordan, who finished formi .__. -,,.. ... ... .-._......._ _. ----------- . ____.
    H vfiS&SSS. 3BBS
    . v,.rn ~ lloned greater "weeping and gna: nil i the face of It.
    - II would appear that Ihe form si.
    /;. ii > iitrrn
    ': ."rV i give her. Having......
    thrusting gojod Creoles Into imported classes should be abandon.,!. 1
    i inrad
    : of pace t... .
    ItofsW-
    (Tt\ \ lha Olym- f>atur<-d in the good second wicket
    b. p~u,i.rl, ,,.-, : g^',* 85 i a, v.Udil, o, o* conclusion waa,
    UVM Of birth, Ken Farnum. who, for scOra to 76 before Smith WH ] la* nnftl evot of the lncon,,,1lnrv o( .^ilrv antl nracti.-*. that time an
    numb. rmada* i d the !S?!1!n"Jfpotoyjndprgcuct that lime and Uine Mln I-
    t With a few fact* abOttt A. Alleyne also made a valuable plrkwick wicket uffNd a leg
    i'^g which ran be used as a background for any reports in this eMktrlbuUon, Qotnl In ->' tm Wfal del-wring the
    branch of iiport. wk-ket he earned hti score to
    i-v o m. BPAKTAM m POLlct
    CYCLING AT HELSINKI Itoblnsnn off the bowling of spartan
    \I II. llngj will be Staged In tin- Vcl*.- Barker. C. Blaekm,.n inatb M Pli.e (for 3 wkav)
    notrat) UokVMi i i- knd M BtaB
    The road no lkcr ha ^uccesful
    H lalnkl'i wooded day. He senl .it*, of
    which fly* v.. voua.....Uapae at the iaBin,-ull
    Qg through my pivgnunnic 1 sec that tha CjcUl ",' ''"'"",*"** ",,1,; al Iht si- ..I th.
    I r.,r ih. I.0QD race King..look I Neverl
    IS THE ANSWER
    ^
    ih. 1.000 >
    ''.m-. went to Ohvu
    it migm manuon twra that fmordins- t r*iiT '. Helsuuo at V'\RIT*K

    '
    iked out Ihe exact figure 1 shall be glad to hear it.
    i In which Rosette was handled. It is thi-
    policy and [
    open 1
    1\\\\ rMKII S
    The total number of entries for Uv wen
    somewhat surprisingly, exactly the same as those received lor the
    | i Meeting In 1951. I say "somewhat surprisingly" becauai -
    -2 has been a marked falling off In the nun imported from
    "...... "_I!S ;,nj ,,v Knsland In recent months and at the same time, tew stables have
    M Harrtr ,nl K Itoi-erTwllich 'l"'Pted to prepare then 2-year-olds seriously for August. Yet
    nether reason to expect that there would have been a falling off In
    t ii T . .hi numbers is the epidemic of couRlumi which has.hit some stables hard.
    ' Taking all this Into cooetdi ppotnted
    ulrltM.
    eomparleen ol Ihe peeiUon In August INI with
    ihat of the curroi I dwi .ii fin-- thai the Races for the
    latter have bean much loss skilfully fran i i As remit we can look
    forward l< Thus on Bank Holiday
    Monday we tind the last three Raii apiece, whili
    >f> Ihe final day. when most OU
    any cost, we And no fewer than 4 I: i than 10 horses

    LATER IN THE DAK
    - J.000 metres tand-m,
    ' ..... On Tueeday at i^JSat Jlust before 1
    SO. and IbS 4.0O0 .
    inn ir,r asm entekeM I"' !M'' ''"' ""', d**c,d-
    J >'rental* it .which
    ' fflliUnTlth, ,-d dangerously ^Ved"'
    (RckjcIc.vi Carl ,l'h ,fr" Papers d- a comparison with 1951 shows that although there were slightly
    tonand sent Lodge in to bat on i " ""' Bradshaw who each more races at that Meeting with le?s than 10 entries (17 as against 15).
    the el < for tnanisthe case this August, ih.i. i fewer than
    i>> and 50 a horses entered, and only two with fi or less entries. By contrast
    B p.iii the seml-flnals oftlw 'ar'nins ?n their - bowlers took tlus August weshall have no lass tfasn 11 racn fee whicli fewer t||
    IsUnce the 8 entries have been received, and of these 9 will have 6 or less entered.
    f .u.'. i ickct pitch gave them, and it was only It |s obvious that for Ihe 78 ntered for both
    On Thu II .ii ii


    the l.wio metres Unas trial finals ,
    of the 1,000 metres serai
    m been
    ROAD SAGE
    ON SATUHDAY. Aufl

    i do these events Ken f,
    pivsjranini
    on will be up spinet even from
    I .
    I thought ol ... ,,.. uui the
    at of
    1 nil oi her Orant u p-
    >-..m.
    latch ai
    i ft

    ii the
    ! I
    IX'll of
    ' 2 oT'Sn.r wick; '"
    noopen-
    87 meetiiiKs. the 1951 programme p:-.. 1\. The chief
    and CQlprlU BS (.: U UM 1963 Meal I would appear to be
    rain the races framed for the C and Cl! winners onl} and for the F and F2
    winners only. I*. I lefend foul luch racei in one Meeting
    at which the numbers of horses liable to take entry in each category
    was readily predictable sometime before the programme was framed
    THE HORSES
    With less than 3 weeks remaining ...itions, trainers
    nd then Griffith was run are taking advantage of the opening of the Hace Track to intensify
    Coring two. So Spartan their training programme Among I .'./seen
    ruled up with in '"" xtfvw*
    \0 Protect your gum* and you protect your
    tccil), for gum tntublcs cause over 50 per OBnt ol tOOnV
    tosses. To promote firm, healthy gumi. use Ipana tooth paste
    Ipana and Masiacc Use Ipana, also, to brush your teeth cxtra-
    -hu mod aesan eia^.wmiw^ ** that tiuu dc*y. This
    is the way to keep your whole mouth healthy; the way you will
    find refreshingly different" bemuse of Ipana's limit flavour.
    THE TOOTH PASTE..
    REFRESHINGLY DIFFERENT
    BOOUCT O* iSTOl-rlli. ionoon AND NIW voaK

    BARBADOS TURF CLUB
    Ik I.. Ilarrt! iin.l K E Walcolv tluctnc. The lormer is Une. Ml bay, aon of F.lirily Bay by Bumln*
    ..kcls. -'' '",' wick* in the Mrly overs. Bow and is thus a brother to thut famous trio Bow Bells. Best Wishes
    T ~ i.,i......peninfl bataman C. "Ha with Harris caught by the rmd Bright Light. He Is a enmmanrilns Individual and would appear
    " ,, .IT MiiUins. the to have ample scope for development and improvement. At present
    h cues the impression that he may be a bit of handful. We must
    .. and K. Bow en camo hope that this IS merely a sign of youthful exuberance. Faerie Queene
    ,...,.......................... L,llao List wieket aund a Ho by HiiroM.K Bow and Is out of ChIK .ilr> and i:, lienee o full slater
    INDIA nil It NOT I IVU Isl.n ...... ,i n,-,- toCrtm Bow and Carall. les neither, bdni
    W1 ol ml......an.....lalm that tnagr nre i. Ited with great ear*. Bom "'ueh more compact. I should iiosaenes a good
    1 lUl ..1 but HarrU deal more spce.1 lh.,i, liei l.,,,-i
    (K B Indian Cricket I :', ,.:.,, Edl n nicer atrokaa mid dis- Also listed in the Z-year-old raciw a.e Jim I.a llue, II,,.
    ,.'" Lodge v -' M'-erschaum and Jealoi. .... .,.
    " laHaracor- '' "I'lu; '.Ml stable are both balf-brod, by Jcl.ani Of the two I
    nnlnga ing 411 when Bowen lalacd a atllt I; ',h, I KVik 5 .vT f? ^ ?ii"PE"'.au I1 h < ""'""i "V" "'
    loin. frorn Bradshaw. Bowen "nV'^D?'i; b'" "'"< n '" aim. Jim La Rue.
    I the Waal aS '.le 33. Unseed appear,
    ataman who "a'kward but he has., nue way ,.; going and Is sure ton,.
    t" Paw epartura for the Weal Indies kl, four in In* batting order for In some n I the Polico
    nd will also shorten Ihe tour. ( |ton bit Grant whoacor
    B
    \. 1ST TO rl-Y
    loo. n
    might well ma .il have to be
    I that they be flow
    i
    rk brown gelding by Jll
    backward but he ha
    The gallops on Wcdi | .n werc
    for the most part on the :;.-.. \ Ltvel] pood time however
    \\ \MIK1 Url Pit KUH K
    Wsiiderers'
    ptekwtefe
    Wanderers
    amassed 343 runs In 215
    " to him
    wt'-k..anrt tn the 25 mimm-i pieK- a^n^
    \i>en well within the region of siso.ooo and
    gramme as Mr, Mukerjcs has suggested, well extreme i>i>tmilsm on
    ' would be > mars aiiplssinlaiii In commenting upon iin.
    MIGHT BE "OFF"
    me as if the Indian tourdeflnli good chance who hit up a
    of being "tiKF". The V- COOd only to A ... : ^ I-nlge. and
    ii certainly no) stand tor this against Empire.
    I u.in.-T L' ,Z. s,,U . i_ Inc Pauence of her connections Oth.
    ' Fi i. Polu|0p?M "n*. h's eompanloti worked 5'furiongl In
    Bowen, was rr,Uv Trn^wS" '"IfflS ^^ ^euwe who rettslwd the softlsh going and Land-
    o^ ti o ,-htiv L.t ^Sft. mark look,n^ non" the war*a tQI : ,,s a,so Pleesed.
    (lor 1 wkl I
    -----' tn Super Jet over a 3 furlong spin.
    un- when playing him. o add. however, that So: 1 morals was no whit 1
    poanble wicket was lost by this result.
    Ilu>
    icl.et.
    ned
    ml dropped what
    '.mrortoblc catch.
    I
    iii the past Bve years and who i
    Ihem in tin- foternatlonal cricket line-up,
    nee thai It is n that we p nun
    uterlain
    must be done wltntn the COn-
    n .'"it good a
    frank King took the other WlC-
    kei Mr 27 run-..
    SCOREBOARD
    nowi.LNG AKAL.VSU
    E-tBllll]
    Wart
    4
    EMPIRE vs. COLXEOE
    AaSUSON r Ol i 1..t-i.i intri>(.
    ISar, b Baikrr. .
    I wkpr. Orpvlu.
    I gSJBBJ
    | RACES
    SMIKD.W. IND AKilST, 1952
    J MONDAY. ITII Al (il ST. |>:,2 (HANK HOLIDAY)
    Till KSDAY. Till AUGUST, 1952
    SATl'KDAY. 9TII Altil ST. 1952
    THIRTY ONI: KVIMS IN AIL. THE START OF
    THE FIRST KAIL ON Till. FIRST, SECOND AND
    FOl RTI1 DAYS IS |.|3 |\M ON THr. THIRD DAY
    2.00 p. m.
    it (I.. COACHING PROGRAMME
    The -"
    Mr. .i M Hi
    n
    .

    West [ndlei
    tins medium pace bOWlei
    fui b iti ' prai lice
    the Police E*

    tor the i
    The iv
    I | Pol
    :
    ward and O

    t \iti:w TOO
    Ml .
    :


    nan *f those who have DCCUplsd
    kel to pass on
    their knowlredge to the younger
    Trlnld
    Hunt i rate ]
    icgularit
    i by ihe brought
    , ither 148 afti
    m ho had
    fored 12. and .."'Iht 'wo later
    in the Innl!
    i .
    1 i:y of the asaan
    attended by some good luck, he hit
    given :i nurobei 4 *rr.
    .gwte..
    ind Proverbs M Sll, ,.,.,. ,; ,,;.',
    from IS k- M ..


    g. A. V W1IXIAM8

    ,- i
    further loss .it U
    time AUdnson had cored 124 in-
    cluding B
    (15 includini; a dx Aikmson
    :(iii in 81 n In U
    Ided 199

    i their gnod
    luck, thee
    the Pickwick b.
    I
    After lui
    rate of acorii tw trie total
    oass the 230. At 23f.
    K. L. G. Boad, |ni bcal Atkinson
    With i. IS went uli
    i- and bowled him.
    Nan Ball
    Young David afsyeri who u, ^
    hailed In the t\r>t Innings against m w
    1 ._ I' ov- '
    I
    and went on I" 2 t'mk the new ball.
    Proverbs roi-.linnetI
    .eeuiing his usual late cut with
    I


    1 A wuiumi. .
    C I WIUmM .us . m
    CAaiTON l.t l,.i.l..M
    ' > Mi K. Uroofc. b Mllkl>> :
    1 l* M.i.l i r..iircr b nn-ilri
    e Hulrhlnaon c Gnddartl b nri^k#.
    fi ii iteti m i WW i> wnitif.
    r Rdshili r Murray b F.i-
    J WlilUmi r a b rrmr..........
    (I Edshill r nrookr. b rarm.r ...
    C It Will!
    II. Cox no! out
    EHm. ............
    Touai i tor 7 seskeH i
    ru of wickrti: isi. J4, *-.
    1 Ml. & 131. S 133. 7-H0
    BOWLING ANALYSIS
    PkhWKK-M Innlnc
    ft w r i : ii.,.-..! n.,, ou|
    17 II" Fain .
    is -- t. iiiii.M not oat
    13 I
    rn or wicket: i aa
    BOWI.IM. ANA! YM1
    Alhlasan
    Atli'ii*nn
    M
    .i H
    w
    rw i
    ai of airkatt:
    1. 7 It!

    OVUrfa AKAJ vms
    O. M.
    11 s
    Ii 3
    1 3
    1-1 1
    niu
    K.nc

    i n -3
    CABLTON iv LODGE
    I OIK.I. t.l ln.ln(,
    C II Or.n i) t U Willlanx
    c esaiu
    II Wllll.lll,.

    '
    ' I A. M .....
    1
    G wiiki- eSIC li Willinu
    i ra*....
    i iii- I.* aban i
    !. an I
    .1 OiiTr.ini 2 S
    K P'lHiln 11 | I
    M Wllklr 7 t M 1
    11 S3 1
    R re.-llli.l.l 2 u
    PICKWICK vs WANDKRFKS
    WAMi It SI Innlim.
    a T MiKiil b || jijicl.in 3
    li Cvl>n itrtpi i i- ii h
    H Joidaii 1
    "n,i HI
    i h I - H. rt Jor. IIS
    n Mnyrr, - K A Gi. It .l.C b
    T nirk*H
    t. Alklnftoti c K A (iu-rnnlir l>
    IV II.'.-
    D A. Lawleu (.
    I II 11.11 A h H Jordan
    ii A i .i-i.-i. i n i ii Jurdaii
    n Jordan
    J enrbtn not out
    Elra
    POLK F vs SPARTAN
    0 Ifllth rim out ,,
    I h 11. |
    IcoU ll. b H
    N. lUrrlf nut out
    O. Grant b llradihaw
    If.'
    N lUrriwm b Ur-iftidnw
    .1. Muilinn
    kST. b Mullm*
    n < nub b Bud-luw
    A Alkln- abfnl
    Exlra*
    TU|j1
    i. isi i on u< >i van
    Total
    IT *
    asan* i i
    C, Blaiknia.il
    S IVC Spnna*r 3 0
    -1 I. 11.. 3 0
    i-oi.irr-i.i in..., ..
    i
    O I Ta>l..r not Out
    0 A I' kfir I.
    * K
    I
    3*3 nowen
    -SOB. 1 311. B 332. *
    Total ilor J aMsJ
    I" i" i.ing AKAJ Wat
    w
    Pan ' i
    K A Ore.

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    ;aught *H
    r ittiiiin*
    t Kins
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    I \I>AY. JULY !, 152
    SUNDAY invcKAii:
    FIVI
    England Beat India By Innings And 207 Runs
    TRUEMAN TAKES awisr- n
    Co-operalors Day
    JULY 20
    NO. 233
    XMr>
    SEVERAL WICKETS EC Defeat
    Fortress
    By JACK IIOB&S
    i>nrm*r Vmrn Engb as I rickclei t
    U Hi. July ty.
    . land erica***
    SI tent In ton mtMM tab* M--2
    an foui rUMiri and the* Indian Test team was twice dis- Coe*'
    * oltego .lefeaud i
    ighl bv the '.Jest mu
    *BkeU>.ll] tUS SCSJ
    in Told in .umple and moving iitih.
    by Ear Henry Ctfpmtr.
    The Co-operative movement
    Garten bark In th* "hungiy
    r:i**" of the Imi century About
    1 5O0 people lived in
    English villas* * KorlulaU- >t Ihe
    Lancashire Hills tn angl-ind. Most
    f them -men, women .1
    ;lr*n war* employe.'
    Thi
    -_. on ih* offensive -
    mi-ed ,,ed Una! of 140 ,u, ami England had ^SSSJJUSt ffj SSZ SkEJlS!.' I......
    wo" U> ^ W *"* by an innings and 207 runs. 10 lhm It th<- Chalkna. Cur " "> momlnf until ?.> >1 mini
    A quick nummary is that the circumstances provided romn in b. decided on oy goal .nd th? wiv wu. v.ry small.
    England's team with the opportunity <( proving verv detii> peony or two an hour or aboi.
    "civ thai Ind&n combination is not up to our T?<"v *2ZJZJST T^?** Si5?JtHWJ!5i, !SP .lEIa '"
    uml Ihey ..* the opportunity to the full ,n every ftj "S & ES&XSXEnJ
    possib B win b,ih >>r ih.-e Hhv was tte off ' desperation. .. strike w is call-
    Enaland can rejoice whole depression and the bowlers did the wflfc Cnlton in the number *.* ** workers demanded
    heartcdlv but at the name time "* matches won. but they have a bat- nigher wages. But the own?
    little soberly. Really it was all a Adhikarl cam* back after being ier goal averaa*.
    hit too earv wish the Indiana in hit in the mouth by Bedser to
    general lacking the fir* essential n^e a pliant 27 and Son supphed
    7S17n and far too many of Wtle mr relief but at 520 p.m.
    innings s!ll> eaten by Ikin finished the
    itoh.
    ,~*opl* a



    iiiktDKlUMl BCUVtt) of pei

    ,*hil- BVeMg As esHNpi
    man *eone*nk*M) to li
    build him He u

    The Topic
    of
    Last Week
    ' To keep
    ' regular
    take ENO'S

    In Iht.
    a merit.il



    The m
    i n< i ,.. i, ___
    HulUtti *-* t, DP
    S**ppard l.bw. Ramcharul
    Iftln Divn-ha h Qpilw Ahrr.nl
    M r Sen b M.!kl
    - I b Dtv*?rlu .
    rValkliit Phadkat b Mankad
    Evan, c and b Obulam Ahmad
    an b Divccha
    Bi-dM-T t Phadhar b Oh.i'.n. Abmrd
    INC. AN.M.VIKi
    Uvaeka
    of the flRht and far too
    their batsmen in eac
    being well nigh out baton ihey
    wen- in. .
    was Tett match which
    woes down in records and tt
    which records were made True-
    mnn did nearly all the damage
    i,-. Th^- flr^t innings and e's a place
    for pace bowline the equal of
    which bv an EnitlnnH P**T*> ba*
    not been aaan for many a day.
    In the second innings the came
    ,.f aklttlM was well plaved by two
    Surrey menAler Bedscr. his best
    self, and left arm spinner Tony
    Feeble Opposition
    Beriser we know everything *
    about, but because of this com~
    paratively feeble oppoaltion. l*ck n
    must be seen again before ft defln-
    it* decision ran be mnde about his ,;
    Teat match future.
    At- Leeds India had good for- "l""b***
    tune on their side in the pit
    sense. At Lord's Mankad held
    flag. But to-day the Indians had urn
    everything stacked against them, g*
    most especially the New York- ;ir,
    I expraaa rreddin Trueman
    :.ny doubts
    Which may have lingered. He is
    a fallow wo can send forward
    witl. complete confidence to greet
    the Australians next summer.
    Helped by fresh wind on his back, L^t
    Trueman with iin unpnrnllrlrd last ,',?D,Ai
    stride, bo h*r [g "; J,,, b i
    our time to finish off the Indians' ,.
    seen from an England player *> i^".,
    first innlnas with figures of 8 for J^';'^-; ',, b^;';*, b^"
    31- Mr.mr.-hai c Evan* b Uedaar
    I would hate to be accused of imna i> ini.-i
    saying ,:,tw",h'M b **"
    tract from th* '-<-iV >f *hls k'rrat. (>f.,|jm ajuwed ika > i
    almost wonderful performance on Qiira.
    a damp pitch which helped dellv-
    HJt up more. Fielders were
    set close round the wicketsilly
    mid on being the furthest re-
    _ ,.,-j i i ' i e it >
    moved. p, r|ll t i
    I can think of no batsman who v. I i I
    would bm tak>0 up hts poaltion . a e
    confidently. Such as Herbert ________________
    Sutcllffe, Eddie Pavnter or Douf-
    ne would hsvtlbugM him vil't*! Ill iW. A It 11
    -and maybe taken him-with -MOEiIj |iUH/\Ul
    greater concontrstlotl and deter-
    mination
    Police have
    match*
    tn this Division.
    und In '
    nist*d that they could not affora
    all their Secund *nJ increases The workers loai
    ind are leading "n Shrike Leaders d
    College i
    tnti
    MM
    [NvlglbD
    I.
    - n Ml I
    ivmay b Tiuhp
    ii
    U c Shrpliard b Trurnwi
    i> Tlueman
    i ii C ni-\n*j b Tru
    lrk b Truaman
    > Ahmed not out
    HOWLING ANALYSIS
    A fi-rt nf the people who h .
    s^vad a ltule murvay embarked f-ir
    America, but th* rest could no'
    i-scape from thus* wretci
    itiions. With their backs - th.
    wall as u were, some Of Ihi n
    njhfcuii their plight. Son.,
    xvaled a petitiou to the Kli g.
    Others thought a politic.ii de-
    monstration would aid them. A
    few were more practical, they had
    hoard of the (dc is of IWO men
    iBNd RnU'rt Owen und l>r Wu
    mi King who had U*l 04
    lerglea and wealth to ball wort
    i like themselves Th.
    i-r* saw that m
    rvorked '< noi
    ..tlord to buy in* thinss which Ui
    machines made. They i
    what a startlinc suggestion "L*l
    he workers own the Machines'
    Hut moat "f the group
    "iw could we hunsry. p--i paoi k
    "ecome owners of the mat him- '
    There wer* a few brave souls-
    11 of themth*y started to save
    Juslr ptnnttt At the end of a
    ,.r they had $140. and they d*-
    -> rmined to run I store which
    *!i*v opened on December 21. 1B4H.
    Alth a small stock of soods-
    utter, sugar, meal and candles
    The first consumer cO-Operattve
    - Ktore. Seven years later the
    \.\.P,lAX*2OT>- Mquitable ioCsafa i
    Mr. W. H. C. Knowle* and Ml ,.,., ight their first factor
    Lawless vs. Mr. D 1 I ;( fl,iu. mpl fSaV wars tatei
    R.B.Y.C. Tennis
    Tournament
    Results of Friday's matches.
    MISS IKH BI-F.S
    W H C Knowles and D
    Mi V. Roach and
    Mr T A flltHw 80; fl9,
    108.
    MI\U> imi HI I t
    Mr. and Mi> D. E. Worm*
    ix'at Mrs. J A. Mahon and Mr.
    \ ttMbboas and Mr.
    I \V MrKiustrv beat Miss D.
    Bd Mi .1 H c Edghlll
    a -1 I .!
    MONDAYS FKTVRCS.
    i \nits DOI'BLatt nwi-
    MIXHl IMII HI KS
    Mrs. P. Patterson and Mrs,
    R s Ihmcroft vs. MJss D Wood
    and Misa G. Pilgrim.
    MKN'S 1MH KLKS
    Mi P. Patterson and Mr. H O.
    | vs. Mr. J. W MiKii
    i Lock
    HOWI.INU ANALYSIS
    Worme and Mr. H. Johnson
    w/\f;
    ii iev purchased a '
    "..utright. and by 1855 thev .
    i cotton and woollen mill.
    Korhdul* Pi.
    The Rochdale Pioneers sucevd-
    d because they hit upon cert.nn
    impk* rules and methods of doing
    usiness which have 0OBM to bi
    ic basic pnnnpli o| the i
    paraUva novauiant all over the
    arid. Thev Invited everyone ta
    hi. their society and g.<
    ( letnlxT gBS) vote iiu'iiiless of tin
    i i'inikw, 'jui'v"i9. l,oun' "f f*tal ht' 'nvestedi In
    rulvj.r- wnnH fiirt '" ordinary business cesparal
    i third W." ,h.T ?h C^!hV r ,lri" ,n'' ma" u,,h '"' hundr.u
    i h. -e ult Ih. U H)d ,,ull. ,,. .|[rt, ,.,, ,.m. .,.,.,.
    . ...d yueen BUs-fc,^,, un, ,u. vole> ,,,
    - -' \srot thLs after-*
    Tialyor Winti Kinjj
    Genye And Qqmb
    Mi/;ilHiIi Stakes
    the Queen. Tul- .,
    23.502 and tat. ], ,-
    taoaj Ulka
    ii,.1
    axcta
    It was. aaird i :
    S imucl JohiiMin Ui ||
    i'v orer other le.nn.sd n

    dliNl the art of thinkin
    his inind
    huh ws of-
    " .
    lerstanding a .
    vi.i.-f.' SI |CtU ll
    then Li on* ' tl
    must be
    'ling to experiment, to rn.iV>
    whit obaervations and I.....aaa
    vc it to rtraw earaful
    The 'peaker her.-
    it the bnpfasiloni
    > tttrxi the Cn-.it>.
    S ilia Pi, I
    [aland
    I a* t ii i- tO
    iadi hi atni and
    '
    11

    rhe approach b
    .. .'.
    , iMrti rol

    i
    1
    ullunl dui lit- II
    .A r/hUJ I'hupln music Ui
    m knost whein
    Im nut r
    l>eople to raise them"
    '.
    hRadngj vie naad no) worn
    I'hev wll
    'i kf car* of ihrnnchi
    '
    vll srlse poets, painter, an
    .
    b -lr breasts."
    Oifurultirs
    i'u will have youi did
    til.Ml
    to help and to advisehut much
    will be expected of you
    Remember fOU can do a great
    il Ear this rommunltj
    1' 1 f.000 itdd axial if you learn und
    i I.....opt) at*
    ' ut ii mean- can
    work -
    \t the las' Bpeei h Da
    Queen's Comas an
    glvaa by Bii John B
    - highly respected bj u
    nil for his brillinnt In*
    humility in sharing i*s
    tn hai Mlosa i
    aha was repeating what he
    sioci^ nu^.u' .i e23.502 a-id t., :,-/'^:;-,M:-^
    ^:- -. .DLtl'LVntllV 'Hiiings for the owner Aga Khar. tM. , do th* uukina sadonv
    rcdj ii..-, to*
    Indians' Methods
    LONDON. July 10.
    Nigel How aid Who captained
    the M.C.C learn in India last wil>-

    season today. Leading Lan-
    ir-inst Kent at Maidstone
    I i 13ti not out.
    K< ORKHOARD
    Essex vs. lil.muri.il
    (Lim^jn 217, Smith 5 fi
    Essex liafor 3.
    Kent vs. Lanrashire
    hire 471 for 7
    Mirl.ll.-win vs. Sorre>
    Middlesex 192: Erie BV
    9)
    The Indians in general are not
    PMglt Of that stuff however and I
    didnt fir.d it easy to forgive a
    Tett match batsman retreating
    -iiuare leg almost before
    the ball was delivered or one who
    runs about half way down the
    wicket to the first ball he received.
    Suoh methods don't make Test
    batsmen.
    Gallant Hazare fought, but it
    imost on* man
    battle.
    . the Indian second Innings
    ted only 33 minutes, he was l^lceatershlrr vs. Derby-hire
    back In the middle battling one* Derbyshire tti. Lata
    more. lor 2.
    Amid dl excitement we almost Norlhamptonshre vs. Sassex
    forgot to argue whether Hutton Sussex 222 Northamptonshlie
    was right, carrying on England's $1 for 0.
    InnlnBs In the morning. He was. Gloucestershire \s. Ilampahirr
    because he couldn't have expected Gloucestershire 256 llamp-
    the Indians to crumple so com- hire 68 for 1.
    El<-'. I. :md he had the irrepressi- N'atllnsliam-hlre vh. Vork-hlrr
    le Evan-, to pita up nma more Kotta 333 Yorkshtfa 12 for "
    runs as only Evans among the Warwickshire vs. Woreealershlrr
    run u\ I' I.itvI team can do. Warwick 155; .lenk'ns 6 for 55
    The Kent man put spectators Worcestershire 190 for 2 Ben-
    nph- ..l'pelled the Manchester yon 105 not out.
    Cycle Team Manager
    Back From Martinique
    a from pace I ook part in these events and In
    iired the first, second, ihe short heat between Keiser and
    third and sixth places, but their Schuler of Trinidad. Keizer was
    Pith rider did not complete the thought by the majority of on-
    , ourse. Of! to be the winner, even
    the Barbadian Bohulsr admitted this, but to the
    ner started off M ' th* Barbadian
    B and when th- 'be judges awarded
    Mnrnc-Rouge. he was led only by 'he heat to the Trlnldadian
    two cycli U from Guadeloupe. T*ie fourth race was
    lOd Skinner, Kelzcr and
    tyre and had to retire from the llrathwaitr participated. This
    race, venf was over a distance of Hi-
    'itti kilor-ietres and here again.
    i"heel had to give up after .j] luck dogged the steps of the
    ravaging a good deal of the Barbadmn-. On the angle for the
    i our** while K.'l/i-r nnd Smart iimtl push home. Skinner and
    held on gamely but found the hills K'-t?. who were close behind
    h much for them !, r skidded and fell at a Mm*
    "Flash" Braahwaite gallantly when it was thought they were in
    completed the first round of the position to earry off the hon-
    course, the only Barbadian to di
    nay U1..1, aw other honw in ,,,H.railv insist that men atmild
    ni-.or> of the Flrlilsh turf oidrol money uutcad of leiinn
    tol.d earnings wen- r60.77 ,,.> control rr
    I m nitre the tiUVr prmrlple -
    nd was given a hearty
    applause by his compatriots and
    i senators.
    Mr. Chcner> aid that he
    followed the cyclists in a taxi
    with Messi- Jonuuott, Hill
    and Grant tdos In order
    to give the boys encouragement
    and any refneahment they might
    Final Events
    id three -lulling. The prwlous
    reoord Which ban stmat since 189^
    was held by ls:ngla>.> whoai
    | totallod 57.455.
    Once again It was an all three
    ear-old finish. Tulyai beat Gay
    Time a neck with tho ;Frond.
    horse Wonlen the Set-ond
    >n|th and u half away in thin
    Saga was fourth, three-,
    ' a length behind UjU
    .nd then came H.V.C
    *.nd Aibele the Second.
    n wa .i BjaandflsaaU race
    lowing four falsa starts. Th*
    34 riemih toil Mat De Cogagni
    seated trouble and when the
    'ield gol away she was left M<
    n-iigths und pulled up after <
    few strides.
    When the field settled down
    Session Hlchards >m le Sage
    nade the running with Ziiechrro
    bias.
    Zuechfru soon moved up Into
    Iivmoii while I* Safe

    I I U r( Worderi the Second
    Jwayi going well.
    Le Sage and Gay Time contin-
    ued to lead into the straight
    here Tulyar was going very
    up his gallop
    than two njrlotua fron
    ul it was clear that his
    Gay Time and Tulyar
    were going lo prove too good for
    him.
    . thrilling race over
    furlong and a half
    Tulyar and Gay Time
    and Tulyar always hist ;golng
    ."-at race1
    " < .'"I i .,m.-..Un
    To Charlie- Smirke who wasted
    down to njjht stones, six pounds,
    and then rode the race of his
    life must go the first honours for,
    his was a superb feat of en-
    durance on th* part of the rider
    Sympathy must sy> to Lester,
    I'fgg'Ht on Gay Tim* who camel
    ? near to winning this great
    the second successive
    Listening Houn
    of cash transactions,
    profits in relation to th*
    . -.prut m Ihe ii
    Ktore sad fixed dividend have all
    been explained lo you or will h
    explained to you by la* Co-
    operative* Officer, but 1 though!
    I wnuld mention .mil stu-- I!
    .....1" i.di' in un
    *Utea that It Is me
    rnonr) Ihst matters.
    It has been proved
    iyi In his own sctv
    H thlni
    t*-t
    rest
    Till yoa
    and
    v ..ui bettei be I "
    .i i repeal
    pportunil
    * day
    i ed with
    But II
    i to start
    nd in humanity.
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    fuelled be atise I I
    .iken place between thr |Klic*
    mil the soldiers when stones
    one side and pistol ?
    shots by the other Disordr
    have needed. All along, they confusion reigned supreme among :
    saw cyclists from the Dominican 1*ir 'lense thousands who thronged
    HepuMii ad PrenCfl Guiana the Savannah, and the off1.-.
    ras eircum- ecrignlsed that it would be hope- ,
    stances. ! *o attempt to complete the Tt
    programme.
    Had Spills Mr. Chanery at this stage men-
    d that Torrential rain had
    Two at Guiancse faii.-n boftra nd during the pro-
    i-ceived bad spills Just Eri.t, of the sports, rendering the
    about the same spot where Skin- track t-eaeherous.
    ner had his burst tyre snd on* of He said that thev were welcom-
    them had to be taken to hospital ad l,v 'he Mayor of Scho*Icher and
    with a badly damaged chest. .> f(,rt de Tranr.- wi'h
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    PAC.F SIX
    I ND >\ U1VOI XTI
    si Ml\y. Jl'I.Y JO. 1932
    1. KLIM ii p.... ..i. -m
    2. KLIM bc-p. witkeat raffiaarafla.
    3. KLIM qaelity b alw.yt a.lforM
    4. KLIM I* aiC.Haat for growls* childraa
    5. K1.IM aedi nauriiaiaaal ta caakaa altaa.
    j KLBM is recommended
    for i; ant feeding
    Ol CQUfW *< U j-it ihe bnest, pores. """I rnoW
    nouridUDf milk fM yOUf baby. KLIM gives
    .1 il |i mi more.
    U IM gaUfe is Al WAYS pure, fully oouriib-
    . i ... in Hmm Thai's hy it if ret-
    ffgntlfil b> duel ir. . preferred by mothers.
    KLIM ii sofa i- * ipMM^-iM *-
    LIM h produced aador tlrictatt coatrol
    ,Efl 25: MILK -
    HIST IN KIIFHENCI tMt WOULD 0II
    What Makes A First
    Class Secret Agen t
    B) BTANLB1 MOflfl
    I tuthof el in mh Bj MooaUcM")
    I man-i-
    murdar
    lollowing her death
    f nor
    i us. or
    icni.
    UM .
    rcli Ion
    Bhe i pi an in- machine-gun nest when armed
    parly or social only with a handful of bricks).
    even if you asked and so is hit cous-n
    -line Cranvllle* closest
    inly if .end.
    n hose entire fam-
    Uj - rmam,
    Durtni
    -
    !XKlt 111 : oily ,c_
    Ju>I A Smile
    If in .'.: gad h>r | .. If"' '' Ilk! Dim, lib
    about her

    i
    '
    H
    from no i
    >ar. her estates^ Ii I
    on (1 seated and she found
    *> Two actresses rmoke a
    hoUday oW in deference
    to a principle .
    THE
    IMPORTANCE
    D*~l OF BEING
    : Harold
    c^ MOTHER
    PEGGY ASHCROFT maintains her strict rule:
    the stage must not Interfere with home life.
    "Home" means husband. Jeremy Hutchlcson,
    barrister, and two children11-year-old Eliza,
    Um roman-tc Mad '- t-bia rear's
    Ed!it)aiall raktltai
    TIm producuan Christopher
    Hawaii'- verae-play s*ou* Pawn
    WaTbrck The roV: a Scottish
    noblewoman
    TVwfcy mrnl
    *UM TV piay to bo
    TOtTf*'* UP fOr UM
    t^oD-ton -\*4k u-at paycnouf>
    cal Uu-Uler calfcd Night ot UM
    Fourth. Lee Iptiraim is oring-
    Ing actor Paul Lokaa from
    Hollywood to star in It-
    Do you remember lows
    Hunawrtan-oon.. suave, enig-
    matic 7 Up nas not been on tne
    screen recently. Out that
    because be waa busy Dcid um
    Broadway leading man ot Can
    Me Madam Tnla Is out case
    where a Hollywood actor is not
    taking a London pan onij
    because be Is out of a local iota
    Why were theatrical manage"
    ever afraid of TV t It u fast
    becoming their happiest nunt-
    mg ground tor now piaya
    Viewers seem Quite ready to
    nave a second look at a good
    1
    . .. debt which we
    I
    I I people who
    live in thousands smimi us
    any open-hand-
    td gesture of friend I
    .
    jobless tn I>>ii<1<<: :"ing moment for such
    made by ever"
    cepttoni't ot a W lul lA-rsun iii the land.
    than to lake advant.n:-
    Office or similar posts which many
    Frlendi and admirer*
    to secure for her. /t ralh
    irtime accomplish- j. -a.- .
    .
    BSPSffi?
    ..soft, lustrous
    handsome
    and
    healthy
    Yam, when You HrvkTcem your bair. you notice at once how lustrous
    | Inimi || ItphsOSd by a gbiss and vitality tlvut put you rn: II
    Vou fed bsoeg because you /w* smarter; you fci man
    ,i know your hair will rcm-iin wcll-gi.'-ti'i.a
    h the day, Dar^oni *"- mid lasting hair liealtli
    thai", the JouHt txrrefu of Brykreem. And the pure oils ^^^
    id Hiv!.f(.m .f. .iiKiI-iiu-d Hw tmm grwming you
    hur without e
    Masaagv your Mil with DnlCKCtt and
    how it tones up the scalp and Ghcdtt
    I>anJruIf. Chec:k up on your spn.srancc
    Bryl-Tccm your hair I
    2awS5?-!
    JBLEBENEf
    PHOSFERINE
    in cases of
    WEAKNESS...
    PHOSFERINE b a wooderftd
    ionic lor the WCtk and ailing,
    the convalescent and the run-
    down.
    f.*
    in vases of
    LASSITUDE...
    attgll <' tsM nervous lystcm. caused
    * i.crwork, dillicullict or worry -
    J PHOSFF.R1NE.
    ^OSFERlN1! \- I in cases of
    DEBILITY...
    PHOSI IKINE restores the appetite,
    sttcngthem the nerves, puts back the
    a so badly need.
    \w-------"
    i a in cases of
    >f
    NERVOUSNESS...
    raOSFBRINB bdn >"u to take
    ii jnj ditlKulties of hie.
    I ;l;iJ urTablct form.
    i droptaqnal i Tablm.
    TAI.KINC. POINT
    occurs to >ie that if
    Ihe co'.. :>le who
    ) 1'iinps.Leaeock
    t'THE PRETTIEST VISITOR' WONT
    OVER-EAT . EVEN FOR MR. CABLE
    - |,'N<;i.AND'S prettiest *Ltltor." Mr. Frne-rt Bevin
    *3* herand it was not Just diplomatic eourtrny
    Valen Knt.-ii lllrrw.
    Sill that ti>M aomt time aoo. It tt fico swsvri nw Hiss
    Va/e-Mfca's Itut picture -Three Men and a GiW - OiUUrd no
    public ahnwtng no* yet been flied.
    - Surh a pretty fare: but perhaps yeu till grossn a aeeny
    hit oh Ihr plump side dear?" Paula's best friends luntpd ssseell*.
    She r.mld lake i nil ; last week returned Irnm a visit to her
    surgeon busband in H^cdad. itppisa ! "- a-u-nlrn n
    I down n a year ago.
    Last niKht Miss Aalrnsk* learned that -he has lost a part
    with (lark (.able In h|. Ilrsl llnii-h pktureunl.-s- -J.r r..n pm "
    2l la a fertnlKht. The* wanted her to be a Russian peasant siM
    ^ re-:ii-i (table from the se..; a Whal. tu we^ks -.tlid rtinj in July? protest* Mlaa V. The
    |fc -a------- N
    old Ntebolaa.
    (ii. John*
    on, who U
    Miss Ash-
    crofl's friend.
    rules nor life
    much the
    same wav.
    Family cornea
    first: husband
    Peter Flem.ng.
    fillers and a 13-
    Klao named
    Otpirturt
    No*
    mil worth Itnot een Mt. liable."
    - M-iirs now
    As for her
    'liev
    of heroism unpjirnll-i-
    Christine Granvlllc .lid not have a
    Imok written or a film made about
    Its, Yet she operated u
    d remarkably successful
    imi.'lv fot :i 'CH M tWl
    the first days of the war rill the
    last.
    Captured Twice
    Mm

    She made 19 parachute tumps,
    It I ollk.i-
    ned cells of iin
    Whtn l-e found
    to cross the Carpathians In UM
    mid-wlnler of '1940 to retrieve
    .'x-umenls from
    I'oliiml. 1'lin tine CnUlt
    to go.
    No: only did ehe go. but lone-
    handed she returned UM
    and was successful on each
    occasion.
    Characteristically, she sought
    no reward for )
    and it wo- only through the inlcr-
    all she had accompli'-liul Uu1 llM
    was persuaded to accept the
    George Medal and the
    It was not difficult to unttar-
    tand why Chrlsline Wl
    brilliant agent Hi
    >ven among clod t
    umcicnt indication of her stub-
    it confronted Ly a Ges-
    tnp. torturer. ;.nd ;n unusuur
    UUDJ In piesent--l.iv spies and
    .urn!' Li-i great beauty of face
    and figure thoroughly aqulpptd
    t for this most pcrilnAi
    llul Ihere Is another ptunt jbout
    her which I think we would do
    ell to eolisldei. for al Ihis coun-
    |Q dflVtiOp <-on-
    venianUy short memories of orsl-
    whlle aiUea,
    Chrlatliu Oranville wag a Pole.
    The Yaltg ''-"I '-'ken
    m she p;n."huted into
    Prance. She knew that her coun-
    try had been sold to Russia and _
    lhat she herself would not only line. If I write nbout cricket kindly stand on their head:
    be unable to return Ibire but pt KIIH-.ll to my uie>tion bout undwr Ihe headline 'Proinising they are not doing So aim
    tlao be oeprtved "I vary- a people who budd houses for He** Bowlar" nany will turn Prwlnoie: What on tari
    thing that she had sttiven ami th, in elv., arith the slow daUv- ', es|KH-i:illy those who d'- vou t;Uking about? '
    fought for. ere.1 m luu ,.: But If 1 nvo my Myself: Time will ia.,1
    nn ttara aatt in
    Etul'a utv aianavo
    done a deal
    M Aslicroft. after Hv
    mon'.lis :n London's 0'iict.i
    s*raight-plav mi. The Deep U!ue
    Sea. wanta a five-ween holiday
    octfinning in Auaust The
    management still want a top
    s.arso that hollday-iime does
    noi become slump-time
    Accordingly. Mtss Johnson has
    agreM that the two famUiea'
    Mimmer hoUdavs should be
    staggered Uiu vaarand she
    will lake over in the HattUan
    DM( month I
    i are sufficiently alike tn
    jramauc stature for the
    -- to be oa.nlea* to UM
    oubllcand Mr Ratugan.
    Celia Johnson -noud male the
    inoM distinguished "stand-in "of
    recent year* Paggy Aslicrott. ol
    court* b prepared to do Um
    same for her friend if asked.
    The nible irttacct
    She began hare two years a*o
    with a caoare; flop; blossomed
    low a top-ran* star ol musical
    comedy: ta now wind.ng up with
    cabaret again three ume* tne
    artisi she was at the oegnuiing
    We :ra:n our ait racy e .ounf
    VUutora well don't we? Miss
    Wilson thinks so; she hopes
    she -_s now ready for Broadway,
    alth a Wast End polish.
    . . m. arrival
    A On iin way t*aek to
    w I. o n d o America-*
    Dolores Gray. She Orougnt us
    laleni and personality oo ner
    first visit, in return we gave air
    the reputauoo and a oasspor
    to Broadway iiicceaa
    Now I fspec: to aee our Afinie
    Oet Yoiif Gun giri toppins :n
    bill at the Palladium :irob.ir:y
    nexi monu. Misa Oray wants U>
    go '.here: Ur Parnell would
    ,.j Money alone has
    oven sanding oe:een them
    Iver tihot Danny Kayes UOOO
    a week terms oeiame Known
    o:her ABMncaO .^ars nave been
    afraid Uieir luiure maraei value
    on Broadway will be as.-e.ved ov
    ihe widUi-of-eaD oeiween Um
    Kaye salary and their own.
    narg oeen comoromlsea
    in manv cases But thev nave to
    be top secret compromises:
    Broadway managers must never
    know At least that is what the
    American stars hope. What a
    WORLD COPYRKIHl ltKsi:itVEU
    lo-lo- '* te-Has
    What's Cooking In The Kitchen
    I.OBKTKK AND CRABS
    l > i. : or Crab
    a L'Americninc
    This Is a French recipe for cook-
    1 garlic, and a bit of thyme, for
    i few minutes. Add the lobster
    cut in pieces and let it cook slow-
    ly for about 10 or more minutes.
    Add the rum or while wine (if
    put white wine you need
    llrrr |. the i ,i.--i <
    rnga Nrv. Vork. Il |
    erlnohnr uiih Cupid'-i ho* inn
    nlng. The i.Ui- or the model
    Rings .mil l.u.rknnt'..
    OsSea ;.rs'tn iciia.
    ing lobster Ive tried it -with fbout 1 glass if you use rum DUt
    all and il was quite sue- >)- Add 1 or 2 toblespoonfu s
    cessful In Prance they kill the of tomato paste, 1 pinch Of salt
    by euttlnj it alive and J-'"1 PePP" a"d *omt water and
    h pnet Ozanne put the ' <**>* 8Jow,3r, for an quarter oi an hour In a saucepan.
    Vou must cover Iho saucepan.
    When ready take Uw pieces of
    lobster out sieve the sauce and
    pour It over the lobster and finish
    all with some pieces of butter
    and the clipped parsley If you
    cook the crab you can't sieve the
    sauce -is the crab meal is not like
    Uu lobster's-
    I-ob-iier With Cream
    A big lobstc
    and describe* the
    Lulling Ilk*
    Trent* uu bran homaid. pull tur
    h (napiK'*
    Poaei une main frrme. ct. quelquei
    muU qu'll (HH*.
    Sam plus mm atu-ndrlr a il n-grrt*
    .nit rtnaJ ce Cardinal dca
    The translation is: Take a beau-
    tiful lobster, then put your Arm
    It* shell and oven though
    BY THE WAY ... y -WcomAer
    Her Friends
    build ;i rathtl i:..ll>, house out paragraph the hejdluie "Mny", ,
    of lumps Of processed gristle Knifes Vegetarian." or "Orlopus Ch|'> 'v.-'- IW Um* f-.l-
    IN ii wnteneo she hid nothine magquei M I TciTOtl* ... eviiiosilv )f lowing the
    JlUTt^J^Xu ii* ........ &*guBei3S
    lose, find >.t she Wfi) not for a hake-
    I
    I'ihmv SI. lilu-
    lew
    . nj with
    . ,,llt /\NK ot the
    afH'' ,-' Milking Tii
    rnUfcmald
    caata." W( n ..
    sort of thini;
    -. _._-------------nutler. Salt, Pep-
    lumnt, without giving way to DOr, l glass gf cream, Rico f th.
    bitter regret cut alive, this Cardt- Onion. Graled cheese. Egg yolk-
    nul or the acas. j, Swii t vermouth or rum. Pfjp-
    It you reel like cutting a lobster P-"-
    iilive try it but 1 think it would Cook one big lobster by putting
    ... .. be quite difficult as the Barbadian tt in hot water when still alive
    ~l lebster is not a lobster in the and very much kicking. When
    proper lenaa of the word but a cooked let It get cold, then lako
    Anyhow this is -he oul "f ">e shell and cut the
    recipe meat in small pieces about i inch
    For 6 persons: 2 lbs of lobsler thick. Put n saucepan, on 'he ilro
    i 11 : I lUve on, Onion I. Celery, wi h som? butter then add the
    Carrot Oorllc, Thyme, Rum or pieces of lobster meat and season
    white wine. Tomato paste 1 or 2 v',h s"'t and pepper. Pour the
    , t:it.les|M>onfuls. Pepper and salt. sl*ss of cream and let everything
    h 'i-ntini lirS- Buttar- Shipped parsloy l table- <>" ^"'b """1 Uw cream will
    .';..., .I^. "poonful, Ni.e been reduced to half. Cook
    l ma oil in u saucepan, fry 'he^ rice separately, fry the ohfo-
    ntar um
    I Lit vl I
    pfflOCW, Mimsic SIop-
    ' ned A f >
    She continued
    ""*._Pgff ;! usages ,, wauillu, mtmv
    main batllefnmt went r| lllt|,. (1(I1S f|,,rn Sl ,, rnlgUtr* ,. ..uirtut intend,-,! f.,r a |^|i. Obrlousti/ Sloopetl's '''u>l">
    Umg afier it was known t/.a And ul| nrnbllloiu yOUj. sculptor horse. Then g n al cneers been laklrip Sntbbo. Another________
    Poland s cause had been sacrltlci.t (n ^ Comlah hamlet of -s her ears war* poked thronrh brauip. a real Sntbbsfer of a
    iK irCOmm',n 'H"m'hI "' TiehUtheroe-in-PoinbH',, irv. ,1 Usg bob s .,( UM side of the hat. pSUwrfl, Pirpp WSM right bark chic bl
    olliei iillu- |( ^ (|f Mr Humph,, willuu; lufUUl (rffercd bcr a on. his heels. Bo*W Ibe r. Um I COfnat i.Uemlrd I C.irmval lun.li ? J"
    hi J),metnoe. .itiTi-Vl 'in a small "'l1 "' " new ] labboT PWp MM fo given by the Mayor of Pibney St. '. pp?
    ..sum.mt wi* i PudsUna which com
    u))(, ulea from A few stern words from Count il lor
    time builder and decoratoi Wi.. Madagascar, lint thai waa art, -N"'" m end ta the
    bu ml been said was thai In. .mi Utwrafova ta aa lean] as the wdy amuolng bMUaat in a dull
    sm.ill-tinie builder ,ithi Sl | .'-> i,,nee of ay.
    major of the Carpal toopi T The /our houses trcrc biaUl bach
    ro from because someone had tms-
    laken ihe poinls of fhe compass.
    (New* Item.)
    I AM amazed, nay, shocked, gufl' ,
    that Ihara i^. m yet, no b.w to "i000'
    ompal people to walk BOttfcmrdf. wwxearing an anthracltc-grey
    W si
    I.,uHi'i> who holds not
    i Military Cross bul was
    alSO twice awarded the Virtuti
    Militarj, the Polis.li e-mivalent of
    the Victoria Cross.
    Our lchl
    LUDWIQ POPIKL i-
    ii.ni.t He is one of UM bTOVt I
    m nil evai met B
    llulgahan.
    Won* Trapfiftl in
    Twlncop*
    AN BUthorit) INI publicity has
    said thai to attract
    to youi must
    then nd even into Ihci
    not. .i tiny picc-o margarine, add the grated cheese
    .tdd this sauce to tru
    liuttcr a pyrtx dish, pul tne rice
    round th.* walls and on the bot-
    tom, press it with your hand to
    dish and let It stay
    be iiriiio. in >ine of'th* likoro- Vitus. "The ribbons "of "her"dia"- nt,ar. lhl' l,re.'or "bout 5 minutes
    prip GnjrliTflfcs he's tcearinp. niante surcoat got into the soup, l'ntl1 "t 1 tough, thanks fo Bamp- and were wrung dry by a J.P. who ol " Pvrvx dlsh ur tin and j.-it
    ton's Body-Balsam. . Another quoted a passage of Homer about on duil,' l>ut 'hp Pieces of
    rocker bu .Slogyclt. That hurt a banquet "Is that Homer TChay- '* bster 00 the rice. Take the
    PepPj 'pan In which you have
    can almost see Sniobo coming went into roars of laughter. Mlm- tooked the lobster, break three
    offer him . now he's on the sle. disconcerted, bit heartily on a >olks of eggs in it and add sweet
    ropes and Snibbo, I mean Slog- lobster-claw and fractured a vermouth or rum. Put the sauce-
    gctl. is hammering him; he's dou'n.' tooth. As had been anticipated, Pan "ear the lire or on the fire.
    The referee's *topi>ed the ;( Mr. Wallgrove drank too deeply Mix well and stir and you'll see
    d the mama* is of the heady wine of France and that the snuce will b-.comc quite
    1 homes on such occasions.
    itrai In
    reefer
    began to sing "Oh, girls, I'm a devil thick. Add then a few pieces of
    for fruit, what, what, what'" dur- butler always stirring and finish
    ing the Mayor's speech. Mimsie With a bll of pepper. Pour "on
    cocktail glanced at her neighbour, Major the lobster and rice and s rve hot.
    a, oiiii.iL.-., h-i.-ii.-i ain.ni..ii f.i.m .iii,ji iin ""'-iii .nil. in*.- iMIil a HI' Hill.
    I .i (iwnets "f jrtfhrt, Wllr, ., facecloth -km ..f Scimdrell. and said primly: "Tck. This recipe is quite good with
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    SI KDA1 pi i\ in, IMI
    Sl\l)\l VitVIMATl
    r.vr..s
    *
    THE WRONG BABY:
    Would you have given him up?
    The*
    lag Hi,- fun nary (only now
    ui-alldbU- for the first lime/ o/
    the mother whole twin* were
    Not till thru werr nearly
    yean old vim the error estab-
    lishedand then the dertsto
    And
    rhrr herself Mri Afarfelei
    As for me.....the decision was
    but 7 years of my life
    went with him
    M
    TftM* bow*Paul Phtitpp>\
    MM fnuolwere born noon:
    fie same rime i* u Saw. hot
    intrnl to 'iro gsatAers. Philippe
    i.'trf gTrisffi vrrr firm.- Paul
    '-Wonaed to * other mother
    fly a mUutfes mtalal.v Iff flrtm
    Wch.iJ. Paul 'the wrong
    'ubyi went with Philippe as a
    IWtm, while tmttU, Pliiltptr
    '-it to the other moth'T
    Madame X.
    IY husband, in spile
    ol all advice.
    see Madame X. the
    person whom I was
    now certain had brought
    i|> ihe true twin brother
    "! my son Philippe.
    Nothing could cunvinc-
    M;id;ime Xnot even the
    tact that the hospital cards
    were corrected the fulluwlnu
    iiiorntna after the children's
    birth My liusOaiid returned
    reporting Deadlock "
    Meantime the cure ol my
    .ocal church paid me a visit
    I confessed my wretchedness
    lie looked surprised
    But there is no shaao* ot
    Joulit as io *hai trou ought 10
    Ho. Follow um laws ol iiiiuc
    CUHjue uo iTo each his own i
    :<-proach
    -ou lor ool having given him
    oack to his mother but he
    i-ould never "lame you tl you
    i. tack todav.*
    At this Doini we nked oui
    to nppr.iiwn n magL*
    rate requ<",iin ofncialtv that
    1 X's Dov Ernstli be
    -xatmned imm^niclv oy ihe
    loctora along with our ..
    "Oiklren
    Ttie mi|iflrtir .agreed.
    Madame X was lold ihnt noe
    must submit her rhltd for
    ''umlniivon.
    Madame X's lawier noucver
    lad other vlew> He dec nd
    Intolligont
    Ol'HER WISE life
    w went on as If every-
    thing were normal The ehll-
    .

    Paul was intelligent, but
    i.tile lazy. So everv mornmn
    nacoffi Da a* oui mi ono
    gave htm u little lemon in
    writing and when it wa* nntah--d
    slipped a -en eeri-unes plec- m
    his purae
    At. the end of each month
    I'aul could .tpeno -he n
    lie liked
    The fin". "hinR ne oougni aw*
    .i trumpet He arrived h mn
    .lid imunpaaM
    " Do vou know who 1 mei
    coming our of the ' I haven't an idea "
    'I met Ernst II .**
    M 11 ne b nimself ?
    "No re pi. I'd Pan. he waa
    li'ild.iiv .and '
    DM )4adaa x $o>
    vou r 1 asked
    "No she unlv in
    A week laiei Uadl
    lawyei 'i i.
    CUani fid changed Her mind
    mid -greed \o lubmit nersrlt
    with her child to
    ordered m hi BMI
    I shall proban.% nan
    what made her chanite net m;nd
    but. as human actions are con-
    trolled by such ilendei threads
    1 often th,nk >l m> tl
    this one tare- hat m.....
    ,v.
    .nooK liiini. .ii -:ience
    tound in; I ; iiune with
    Madame X.

    US wepl
    Blood ie*i wen- made unn a.
    underwent several series .>:
    I
    X-rays.
    : d ii'V li.i'e I tiLmpse 0!
    Mrta he rfi
    h

    oe nece*arv (
    ... n Geneva f' jt>


    explain
    letch i


    i
    v

    rmrtM 'he *-n-
    lence without a trace >! -d-
    And vou
    \ .
    lnif'
    ".'
    In tears
    W
    look -ne tram to
    en
    Profassoi Pranebc ch
    celebra'ed speclahst n .
    who was io make the
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    Place ol mine."
    . 'i c hi I gn to MadaiM
    Panl a*k>d. '!
    .

    * Mrs HUafM Jin
    At that moment I underwood
    . bov waa loat to me
    nusi mothers who
    XT'* noa ,.". cniel
    . child ean be *m understand
    . iw 1 leli Ki 'h-n
    Doctors Yat
    Bi
    f -:e5 me
    :". ana
    Hamart- i*<
    I r ; tOm torn-
    prvxi: that 11 .' > i tuldii'ii
    ,.(- on !
    iiuno I'hiiima .' ..
    *?-
    Thr judge mueo an oidei lot
    unge chiidrai
    The exchange i: wa.i decided
    ba made with
    Having to meet Madame X The
    .'tend io
    At two o'clock in
    noon cue n: (M" ' 0 '"Ome
    lor Paul while the Qtnei woflld
    ', Ki ii.Hi
    I remi'itiiM-r ui.iimua inm only
    13 daya now rm.m"d
    With him would go *wn veam
    4 in- lit.'
    I don'i gno* no* wncn *al
    lie stronger emoi.on
    p ;.u ran! or io i
    rrlval. AH l re-
    . .
    lor Paul.
    The itiuarion w.i- made DO
    ii. | ,i
    |< i
    hi
    he ? She lows you ani
    would be wry sad if you die
    want to k>. and see her/'
    in a Child'
    ild's mannar .ud.i-
    lit In

    ro
    n>

    nted
    lavsone momh with ner >u
    il months with vmalwa^ 1 '
    T'" ^
    piviend. 1 it .ijrr-' T*r
    DhUd OH
    All over
    rQUf rvT.1-
    l I9tt
    I
    >u *on -* unlmppv i
    I and -end vou
    tl a-.....
    I ]as> had tune to ft
    i-'velV unlM wave si W
    hand n iimnd head looking

    I had iu.il made

    Seveii ..ars IbU
    ome
    .. ,
    a
    . anil n\ n.urh hBDpineM too
    1 liad
    1
    ' niir
    The | own Mm
    wl o\ a n.<
    ii- i.i

    r
    nornlna Ernm
    alm Alvl l>..a .
    .
    her look him "
    ip'l and -hey went oft
    nurserr.
    I.it, ,tih their
    i, in nt hert
    d Enprean Serv!**
    THOUGH the Duke of Edin-
    burgh will bo at the Olympic
    Games in Helsinki during ihe
    ilrst part of Cowes Week, he
    plans, towards Ihe end of the
    regatta, io spend IWo days sail-
    ing.
    It is expected that the Queen
    will accompany him on one day
    ..t least.
    There are races each day in
    which Ihe Duke could compete
    IClM Cvweslip. and thi>
    lhangon-class Bluebottle, whlofa
    he owns jointly arHa tha Quaao.
    Sn VYadarfek Browning, trea-
    surer to the Duke, brings his
    new se'f-designed yacht Jeaame
    d Are from Cornwall Io Cowe
    about the middle of next month.
    The Queen and the Duke miv
    stay aboard her. But thera Ii
    also a suggestion that In head-
    quarters of the Royal Yacht
    should be placed nt
    nosal.
    Hard to Sell
    in bualnaa tha Bar) of Dud-
    The Duke Will Be There
    ley has always had the goldci
    touch. He became one of Bril
    aln's foremost steel men, ca-he.i
    in when the Industry wa.
    nationalised, but still remain* n
    ehalrman of his main comp.it.>
    Even his roo flourished afiei
    people said it would flop.
    Rut the earl's record is beim.
    marred. He is rinding It hanl I
    setl his former Geor'
    country home, Ednam Lodge, at
    Sunnlngdalc. which he bought
    for around SO,000 In 1938.
    Mr. Uninvited
    MEET a yoang man who i
    causing considerable commen
    in society by waging what hi
    calls "a private campaign
    ugalnst social pomposity."
    'It consists," says 23-year-ol I
    Francis Hndwen. "of going t i
    parties whetrter Invited or n v
    and making them go."
    BIT WIIFKK IIF AND
    TlIK tll'KKN WILL
    STAY IS NOT YET
    CKKTAIN
    My KlllK.tlM IMKIH AMI I
    Mr. lladweii, who p
    Iwllvi ii -in Mi Limiclidl
    nig nun lor his >civ..i
    honorary secretary, says; "lui---
    fccson the bacxfclor lists lor
    London debutante partiea .iced
    ug. 1 have insinuated
    I i into two-thirds of tbt
    parties I have attended."
    At on*- big dance he arrived
    uninvited" in a mask of
    htephj ti>|iheles. bright vermil-
    ion silk pffjamu and a sait.i
    ilrossmg gown. His three com-
    panions wore pig. Uxard, and
    deer masks.
    I KNOW few people with I
    Modest Tipster
    greater passion for racing th- i
    Fuikc Wulwyn and Mi Cathe-
    rine do TratTord, who marry In
    London this week.
    W.Jwyn won the G r a n J
    National as an amateur
    Reynoldstown In 1W6 Sev. i
    serious falls could not atop him
    riding. Now he is a leading
    steeplechase trainer, with null
    of ivitothf Paget's horses at hU
    L->mboum (Berks) stables.
    A mettcipy.os worker who rises
    with his stable lads, he dWlke
    parties, but entertains a lot si
    Klowers are his hobby
    he has one of the most beau-
    tiful walled ir*rden in the
    coon try.
    Miss do Trafford, daughter <>'
    Sir Humphrey, a Jockey Club
    steward, is a Qrst-iata tipster.
    particularly "n staeplaoha^ing.
    though she claims to know lew
    1 ID Hat lacing,
    (irnml lintel
    AT lunch in the gn.
    .ii..I Holer1 tl..
    ibka R*at
    <>iid mannger lailgl.
    Vrtm lioura later the> arm
    beik. The foyer was a mlrro-
    cown of London lam
    '1'iwdrd. cosmopolllmi iiinciuv
    .if the fu on his .mil at
    Just now the nue.t U't reads
    like fabukMi
    Who'a Who, rnnglntr fn
    ing gum mOUonaliv Philio
    Wrigley and tni>t"i magnate
    181 in Art ni
    and Douifi.. Si ndor, w h '
    i' i ouaty guard* In hi*
    unlnlshed pnrtrnlt of the

    Spend an hour m
    In the next scat a cont<
    i h Bannj
    Holds his gold-rinun' d >
    turned, (tnum coodoetor Frani"
    Capuano fusses ovct i mije
    trunk to be loaded on loir
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    xrniuu
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    Ml nil >\ ; Hi.Mil HI I I
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    Ju.
    Wonderful'
    Oh Hakv
    \'"u ran
    Safely Kin M.

    \ I : I fl-
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    AMI'LEX
    (uticura
    X^ TALCUM **
    to II!
    tprnatJ
    iboul
    kids : si
    KUBB'
    Horei |

    PA nh
    ii know, pals, there'
    si'A rOOTHBRl'SLH
    " \ ti me, SPA miii the
    TIIBBY
    lliyah, i

    up with
    unt cooking odour I i l.eeps u
    VIKtMt K
    A
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    .mi timiKh
    N('WlMAVt) WG WORKING MARRIED!
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    slro offm i. lona weekend
    fir further Informnti.
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    llle- fiiMhiimtihtr -friiirfii ir rrrr.a
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    nf
    I II
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    Ilrivinji Madr III] I
    lrivin^ Mailr hq !
    :.i tiugh-
    Mld.
    And In lUrli ni ,
    demand for property
    trained driver*.
    CO to
    njieterit
    iv be had If
    ra trail
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    I >ir.i| ta-dai mil drive Hu-
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    e o !> Ilalla Road. Si. Mlqbael.


    pact an
    I Mill UIVOCATE
    SUNDAY, JULY 2U. 1932
    1. KLIM i. p.... 1.1. nllt
    2. KLIM bi-pi witfco.t rvlriq.ratiM
    3. KLIM qyo'.My I. .!.., ***
    4. KLIM U ..oil*.! 5. K1.IM odd, MourWhm.ftt to cooh.d dl.h..
    j KLIM is recommended
    y for in ant feeding
    (" ,1'Kfn- m ii 4inlir finest. p*irrl and moM
    . him ""I- ''' v,," h*1** KL,M IV
    t| ,. and more.
    Wh.it Makes A Invl
    Class Secret Agent
    Hv BTANL1 \ moss
    ( Wthor ..I in M.i il> Mwillghl >
    r.najliahrnan
    lied murder
    followmn her death.
    ffcrson wh<
    nta, or
    .

    '
    l ' hauwlfui of hacks |
    function, and even if you asked and so is his couun. a/I
    her to your home she we*
    mly if . | i
    I TlUicouui who imI
    il> ' I r.nam,
    Duxlng tl
    thlN (till
    - coming .i
    !--ui h. i extremely ae-
    Just A Smile
    Major
    '> witrk dum


    pk who
    non| us
    aan-feand-
    f damp and
    : and aha tound herself ncknu Ptrl
    .tins moment fur lush
    hotel n
    ill person in U
    I M.KIM. POINT
    /I rather occurs to me that it
    rfi eemmtmptmc* p-oimV a*fw
    In finnus l.c.icock
    Tw ecfreiiei
    hoJrdor daw/ ' oWerenee
    to a principle . .
    'THE PRETTIEST VISITOR* WON'T
    OVER-EAT . EVEN FOR MR. GABLE
    THE
    IMPORTANCE
    "Tl OF BEING
    : Harold
    c^d MOTHER
    nir.CY ASIICROFT maintains her strict rule:
    the stage must not interfere with home life.
    "Home" means husband. Jeremy Hutchinson.
    barrister, and two children11-year-old Eliza,
    and six-year-
    . I % cnojaa
    Cell* Jaha-
    soa, who
    Mr
    . dori m .
    \l WAYS mire, fully
    iliitrti. Taafi -*h> it
    .. ,<; im Hm .pociatiy-aaeaad tta
    . KLIM it protfucad melar trict.tt coated
    . :?,ffl E MILK
    rVf FtRENCE THC WORLD OVfg
    OnV|,CRttM
    ..soft, lustrous
    handsome
    and
    healthy
    Yea, *!-.m mi Biikiw jous halt, yaw doooi ui bsum how hietmui
    .- replaced by a |l* and vitality il
    on too! You feel bcUci because you Im* imnrui.
    . know your half will reman. mU-ajoariHU
    all ihrouch ih day. Day-fang m I using hair health
    ihat'a the doM i em, And the pure oil*
    la BiykrttB a I fa dttm groomingyou
    idacM perfectly smart half -ihoui <
    Massage your batf wuh l'rvkr<-m and sec
    nine* up the walp and checks
    I' -tl Check up on your appearance
    Brylcrccm your haul
    j lao.ng ha
    D.rlong^.H- BENEflJ
    I oilincu.
    h...fr
    , BRYLCRttM
    PHOSFERINE
    in cases of
    WEAKNESS...
    PHOSFERINE is a wonderful
    tonic for ihe weak and ailing,
    the convalescent and the run- v __
    down. \ /^
    i I -. | ________
    ^OSFHSH'Tl \i \ hi casts of
    in casts of
    __, LASSITUDE...
    Wl 1 uc ol ,ho n,r>... ,,ra, cu.i
    3 DEBILITY...
    7"**>.2'l mii'I
    i] in coan ,
    ll| NERVOU
    PHOSI BRINE reiorc the appetite,
    strengthens the nerve*, puts hack the
    a vo badly need.
    NERVOUSNESS...
    PHOSF1 RJNB helps you to take
    nj ditli.uliies of life.
    AvailaM.- U Uajatd Of 1 ablet fort
    rabarn
    Kmrst Brvin aallcd
    rourtety Paula
    most altrartive js-d to

    I
    Ofnee or similar posts wbJ
    ids and ;idmlrets
    .ii atoua u> aacur*
    As for bai
    . would maki
    ii unparaUe]
    k written or a film made ntxut

    a till the

    Captured Twi..

    r.csiupo ai


    ills of an
    When DO man could DO found
    to cross the CarpathU'
    ratiiava
    some secret dot linen) From
    Poland. Crl Una CranvlM vul-
    to go.
    Not only did she no. but lona-
    itd thare Am
    tlmea and was successful on each
    occasion.
    Characteristically, she sought
    no reward for rv
    md it wa Ofll] ihrouuh the inter-
    essinn of Ihoaa Who ]
    laded to K
    George Medal and the OJl I
    It was not diUlcult to undei -
    was such a
    brtLUanJ afant Hei
    noni close Wai
    ufTN-i. i.i Indication of ht
    bornness if confronted l^ I O
    tap" torturer, and an unuauai
    thinn In present-day ;
    agentsher fnMl DMtlt] ol faCO
    and figure thoroughly I
    bai fui this most periloii
    Hut then- Ii anotbei p
    her which I think wa would do
    well !> consider, for .n this COUn-
    ii\ tva !< liable to davalop con-
    v.'i.u-tiilv 'hint memonai of ersl-

    villa whs a Pole.
    . I ..
    I
    Fi im. , She knew th;it I
    .....Id t.i RuacLi .ind
    that she herself would not only
    unable to return th.ro but U*l IMI1H! lo my question nbout
    .ulii also bo deprived of avarjr- r paopla who build imuseB for
    thing that she hud stuven gad thenvelvea with I
    fought for. in liana ol coal, b it logg] t..
    , i,'-;.i. build ;i rathai amaUar house out
    Her Friends of ,
    in ., tntaMt, ~iu- had nothli I ""'t''
    lo gain, but her life to J Prom rroj.....
    loaa, and >*! aha was nol lot nstke^
    moment di I
    Bha continued the rtruggh I uttara oul
    as the P-.bsh dlvl n enutne imik
    main battletront went on OfhUng ,hlpi>e<, 1M ;
    bag lifter it was kM / N ;. .
    '",dSSSi.!*S " ,h" ''ornlsh hamlet of
    Swh!tH.cm banafltol uv .,,. irv .
    It ha' l a,
    In a an ill '"" "' i..-ctroot-
    i -
    Ughl oapaule
    time bulldV that was art.
    lid ".is that tin and therefore is as legal
    small-tuna builder and decorator British Council performance of
    was a major of the OnrpatK pier" 1"
    Lancers who holds not i Parian.
    British Military Cross but was
    twice awarded the Virtuii lfur*r rninni-il ill
    Mtiit.iri. the Poll ,- ,
    ' \' I .1 I I'!
    |^N(il.AND'S prettiest TtaHor."
    *-* herand It wa-. not just diplc
    Valennha. from rraaur, litoked a m
    Brlttah illma.
    But that vhu tome ttme ago. It i* two van since i*i
    Vttfrnska't last pielure -Three Men and a GBi unu finished, no
    pubflr jh'iulifr has tfcf '>ee fixed.
    -Such a pretty fare; but .uhti you hare grorni a een
    hit on the plump side rt>r?" Paul*^ beil friend-, hmird *erll>.
    She maid i.k- a hint ; la*t week returned from a blt to her
    ur>ron bushantl in Hxdul. bppux * < !,nirn w
    U* down no ir.ir 4> I.ail im Li Mis Aalenska learned thai she has lost a, .n
    with t'lark tlrsl llnii-h plrlureunl.-.~ -Jie ..,n put mi
    Jit. 1st a fortnight. Thev wanted her In be a Kusslan pea-ant airl
    i.b-i re--ae~ (...Me frnm Ihe sea: a .asr f..r l>rjn as ell as beauty
    What. to weeks solid eating In July? prolesU Mlaa V. The
    Job" nol worth IInot r*en Mr. (.able.
    _ Ash-
    croll's friend.
    rules her life
    much the
    same aiv
    Pamily cornea
    Oral: husoanQ
    aiao named
    - i'ii* s now
    year-old son.
    Wlchoiaa
    Now ihp isro starsboth in
    the Wmi BimIIS top aunave
    done a deal
    M-s-s Ashcrort. altar Dvc
    tnontlis :n London's Dtpsasi
    straight-plav bit. Tlie Deep Blue
    Sea. *an,i a Hve-weea holiday
    oeRinnlng in Auicust The
    management still want a top
    -ar-*o that holiday-lime does
    noi become slump-time
    Accordingly. Miss Johnson has
    agreed :ha: the two families'
    Miiitmer holidays should be
    -daggered Urn yearand she
    a ill take over in Uie Haillgan
    : x riutnih These
    - irr .iimn-nily alike In
    lramaix stature for the
    .:. to be natnleas to tlie
    l Mr Rauigan.
    Cella Johnson nouid make the
    ?ed ' stiind-m ol
    recent vear.s Peggy A.vhcroft. of
    iiur.-e i. prepared to do Uie
    same for lier Iriend if asked.
    The noble prospect
    i uaceaaa on acLnsass >_--
    the romantic lead a', tins i
    Ed-nburgti Fast 11 at
    HftMUI's .eni^plM abonl PKla
    aabJonn
    TVk| nt
    ^. ua n iw"
    qiuwd up tor tn
    pounh Lee Bpbraun la ormc-
    tng actor Paai Lafeas fjom
    Hollywood to star m tt "_____
    Do you remember Lokaa
    Hungarian-Oorn. scare, enig-
    maitc T He haa not Deeo on tne
    screen recentiy. but that la
    txxauae he waa buay l*ln ""*
    Broadway leading man of Can
    Me Madam Tnla U one earn
    where a Hollywood actor is not
    taking a London pan oniy
    bacauae ne ta out of a iocai Why were theatrical manaejera
    ever afraid or TV f It is last
    becoming their happiest nunc-
    mg-ground for new piaya
    Viewers seem quite ready to
    nave a sefood look ai a good
    piece.
    Iipirtiri . .
    *(>d the way borne aaon:
    Americas JuUe Wiawn.
    She began here two years a*o
    with a cabaret flop; bloaaomeJ
    into a top-rank star of musical
    comedy; , now wind;ng up wuti
    cabaret again three tunes Ue
    artist she was at the beginning.
    We :ra:n our attracuve vounc
    riaitera well, don't ae? Mias
    Wilson thinks so; she hopes
    %he is now ready for Broadway,
    a it h > Went Stnd polish.
    . . Ha art it 11
    *(>n tba way r*ark ta
    I undoi: America*s
    Dolores tiray. She orougM us
    talent and personaltiy on ner
    first ffiait, in raturn we gave nei
    the reputation ana a oaaaoear
    lo ii: ida*] n oaai
    Now I expect lo see our Annie
    Oet Vout Gun giri toppuig -.tie
    . Palladium irobar:y
    nest menu. Misa Gray want* to
    go there: Mr Pmrnell would
    welcome tone baa
    been .standing oeiwcen them^
    Ever stnoi I>ann> Kayet J-4000
    a aeek 'nn oecame Known
    other ftmaricaa *i-*rs tiaye oeen
    afraid Upetr future marcet value
    on Broadwav will be as.e.ssed dv
    '.-ti-of-gan between the
    Kaye salary and their own.
    There have oeen comoromuea
    In manv casea But ibev nave to
    be -op ne^rei conipromlsee:
    Broadway manager.s mu*t never
    know At least that Is what the
    American stars hone. What a
    WORLD COPYftlOHT RISERVBtt
    Lofo- 'II.-.K SeralM
    What's Cooking In The Kitchen
    fmm Nan reek. Ii is a
    i rlneliBM.....i Caplda ! irtm.
    ining. The nilr of Ibe model :
    Km;- .in 1 I ..M'knirfs.
    tO*3* .(I'll! SfVltS.
    BY THE WAY... By Beacncomte,
    "I"'
    Our llrlu
    AN .n.'1 i It licit) h,i
    ild U people
    LUDWIQ POP11 L is this mai
    lie iv ona of the 1
    m.ti 1 have i-vei met Ii-: # '" Thai explains my
    Im. If | wrlto about cricket
    in. tr the haadlioe "P i
    N< . Bowlar*1 many will turn
    Ihoaa who frla-
    ket Hut if i
    tin haadllna M
    K ifes Vaajatarlan,*1 u
    i .. .
    n !i ! .....need at once
    Pihiuy SI. Mlw
    Ol in the
    Milking Tableau donned, by
    .....I Intandad for n
    horw. Their veert
    I jHikeil throuih
    a of the bat.
    and willing hands offered her a
    nosebag. The ptxicaadlruj
    lot I'f bad taste.
    ai lorn sarda fretn Con
    put an end to tho
    mly arnusing incident In a dull

    \nulhvr llmi.-iiiy Prithlvm
    The four houses irere built back
    to front because someone nad mis-
    taken l'ic ikhn(* of the compos*
    (Nexv.i Item.)
    I AM .ini.i/eil. n.iv.
    that than ao law 10
    i-ompcl paoptO to walk baikwani'
    into thetr homes on guch i
    lust i<> ball i wtiori hi
    MiBt upalda down will
    kindly stand on their head-., if
    they ore not doing so already.
    Prodnuie-. What on i
    you talking about'
    Myself: Time will revial
    SN111BO wastes no time fol-
    lowing th< Common)
    :, With B
    few BUggl i.

    casts." We may aooo hear this
    Oil Of think''
    ..
    left. Obfioiialu SlooyefCs
    been (n'.-inu .Snibbo. Another
    beanfy. a ceql .Snibbsf.r it g
    punch. Prpp u'"'"i rmht back
    tin nil heel
    * i ' : Pepp saoatg fo
    in gpUa of tna rfcort -
    grip Garterrffcs he*
    But he's fouji'i. thanks lo Hamp-
    ton's Bodu-Balsam. Another
    i SlOflgott. That hurt
    Peppj and he's backing. You
    can almost see Sntbbo coming
    after him now he's on the
    ropes and Snibbo, f mean Slog-
    peff. is hammering him; he's dWn.'
    The '/< rrr*i itopp i tit*
    l\ght and fhr ipiftm r II
    Mbbol
    WEARING an anthracite-grey
    strapless reefer cocktail
    lackei. with a facecloth ririrl ol
    ramei-ochre or/anza braided with
    LOBSTER AND CRABS
    l-ohster or Crab
    a L'Americaine
    Prancfa neipe for cook-
    ing lobster. I've tried it -with
    craba as well and It waa quite suc-
    cessful. In France they kill the
    by cutting it alive and
    tba Preach pott Ottawa pal DM
    i
    cutting like thtg;
    PfSSSaB un beau homatd. pun mi
    '-PC
    Peat quelquei
    .'- i.i .i nsaWi
    '" Mlaatfrtr a dei regret*
    Drcoupe* lotii vivant ce Cardinal de*
    datlon ;- Take a beau-
    tiful lobster, then put your llriu
    hand mi Its shell and even though
    it lumps, without giving way to
    mum regret cut alivo this Cardi-
    nal ni tho aeas.
    It you no] like cutting a lobster
    it but I thmk n would
    bo quits difficult as the Barbadian
    not a lobster in tho
    mas of (he) word but it
    crayflah. Anyhow this is the
    For 6 persons: 2 lbs of lobster
    or crab. Olive oil, Onicn I c.l.tv
    ] Carrot Qarlic, Thyrno, Hum or
    white wlnt, Ttomato paste l or 2
    lableepooniuU, Pepper and salt,
    Buttei Chipped parsley i lablo-
    pi
    nl :
    Put I In a Mucapan, i(.
    ; ol th. chipped onion bit ol
    w lot | .. bit 11 earrot, a tiny piece-
    chic blue raripofre. Mimsie Slop-
    eorner attended a Carnival luiuh
    uiven by th, M.i>.r of Pibney St.
    Vitus. The ribbons of her dia-
    mante urooat not into the soup.
    and .-en wrung dry by a J.P. who
    quoted .i passage of Homer about
    I "Is that Hon
    yam?" asked Mimsie. The table
    went hltO roars of laughter. Mim-
    sie. disconcerted, bit heartily on a
    lobster-claw and fractured a
    toott As had been anticipated.
    a -Mr. Wallgrove drank too deeply
    of the heady wine of France and
    began to sing "Oh. girls, I'm a devil
    for fruit, what, what, what'" dur-
    ing the Mayor's speech. Mimsie
    glanced at her neighbour, Major
    Scoundrell, and said primly: "Tck,
    tck. tck."
    1 garlic, and a bit of thyme, for
    i few minutes. Add the lobster
    cut in pieces and let It cook slow-
    ly for about 10 or more minutes.
    Add the rum or white wine (If
    you put white wine you need
    about 1 glass. If you use rum put
    less). Add 1 or 2 tablespoonfuIs
    of tomato paste. 1 pinch of salt
    and pepper and some water and
    ( llpoity for another
    quarter of an hour in a saucepan.
    You must cover the saucepan.
    When reaily take live puces of
    . i ut sieve the sauce and
    pour it over the lobster and finish
    all with some pieces of butter
    and ihe clipped parsley. If you
    eook the crab you can't sieve the
    IhS crab meat is not like
    . tar's
    Lobster With Cream
    A big lobster. Butter, Salt, Pop-
    per. I glass of en I. [ "
    i.rated cheese. Egg yolks
    :i. Bweet vermouth or rum. Pep.
    par,
    Cook one big lobster by putting
    it in hoi water when still alive
    and very much kicking. When
    cooked lei it gel cold, then tako
    it out of the shell nnd cut the
    meat in small pieces about a inch
    thick. Put a saucepan, on 'he fire
    wl'h som- l utter then add the
    pieces of lobster meat and season
    with salt and pepper. Pour the.
    glass ..f cream and let everything
    COOk gently until the cream will
    reduced to half. Cook
    . i e]y. fry the chip-
    ped onion m some man butter or
    margarine, add the grated cheese
    and add this sauce to tha rlet.
    Butter .i pyrtx dish, put tne race
    around th^ walls nnd on the bot-
    tom, press it with your hand to
    the pyrex dish and let it stay
    near the tire for about 5 minutes
    l ntil it is tpjlte ilrm. Take u eut
    ttl the pym dish or lin and | -it
    it on j dish- Put the pieces of
    kbster on the rice. Take Die
    saucepan in which you have
    cooked the lobster, break three
    yolks of eggs in it and add sweet
    vermouth or rum. Put the sauce-
    pan near the fire or on the fire
    Mix well and stir and you'll see
    that the sauce will bicomc quite
    thick. Add then a few |
    butter always stirring and finish
    with a bit of pepper Pour on
    the lobster and rice and s rve hot.
    This recipe is quite good with
    crabs too.
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    -I Nil W II l\
    SONDAi m.v.hati
    ***
    THE WRONG BABY:
    Would you have given him up?
    *0 the lull story (only nou-
    arailable /or the first etrna) o/
    the mother trhose twins were
    Suiirinw /tdrot-air" r.i. i". And mnnu
    rU'Sof three ninther* molher hermit. Hfi Wari-I
    mi. fheu umuII J' i '." - "
    As for me.....the decision was rlar
    M
    iid ftn
    ''if same time tn a Swtst hot
    pMai to two mothers Philippe
    .W -i- NefM. Paul
    ton-Bed (a the other mother
    My a midwife* mistake the fuMni
    i ifc/n-d i'au; Ihe Mronp
    *.aoa* went u-if/. Philippe at a
    .n. wfti.r BnuttL Philippe
    'an. wnt to tlf nther mttth"
    '.feulume X.
    IY husband, in spite
    ai; advice, -
    I see Hrtamtr x, tin-
    ' person whom I was
    now certain had brought
    up the true twin brother
    nf my son Philippe.
    Nothing could ooDTlnec
    Madame X-imt een the
    tact that the hospital cards
    were corrected the rnNt-wing
    iiiornlnn after the children's
    oirth My husoand returned
    reporting Deadlock '*
    Meantime the cure ol my
    iiurch paid me j visit
    I confessed my wretchedness
    He looked surprised
    " Bui (here w no shadow oi
    -loubi h io srhai vuu iuim; to
    do Follow the laws of nature
    Cmoue >uo iTo each his own I
    " Paul n | :-proach
    ">u lor not naving given him
    uack to bis mother out he
    i-ould ne?er Diame you it you
    i buck toduv.'
    *t this point we aed our
    U) approach n mtlis
    "rate requennit offlriallv thai
    -ladame X's ooy Brnvi' i-
    Kamined :mmedtatelv ny Tv
    doctors ukmi with our in
    "nildren
    The magistrate .greeu.
    Madame X m told Ihmi itte
    mui suomif tier cntld for
    -xamlnation.
    Madame X's lawyer noacver
    lad other view. He rWl.ned
    Intelligent
    III HER WISE ItfC
    w wen* on as If every-
    abing were normal. The chll-
    but 7 years of my life
    went with him
    Paul whs intelligent, but *
    i.tile lazy So everv momn,:
    i-!ore M Ml 0U1 I": .vIukj! 1
    nave nun u IllUe lesson .n
    writing and when i i
    sapped a -rn eenvme*. pSM* n
    |M BOM
    At the end of each momn
    caul fi'iild -Hpenn "he n
    he liked
    The flrv. "hing ne nnu.
    i trumpet B
    M -r.utnphaiv
    " Do vou know who I met
    comma out ot the .*hoo "
    l haven't an idea."
    ' l g*S i
    ' Was he o, bin
    * No.' replied Paul >
    :
    Did M
    van ? I ed
    "No. he onl]
    A wee* latet Mad.
    lawyer
    :
    and tares heraall
    NT child to ':
    ordered d. fee ,
    1 shall proDab:> nevei noa
    what made her change rt'i m:nd
    imi a* humiin set mi are con-
    trolled hv such air tide t '.hreads
    1 olten tjin .1 ma\ h
    All one taee-to-trtC.-
    ihat morning
    l found log with
    .^ere so


    . mad*, ana *.
    underwent .several lerlea ol
    F' ngerpnnt.<
    X-rays.
    l no: tuive . gUBDfM PI
    d*v
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    :

    be com
    9i Mrs miEKHK Nil
    At that tn mani l uudarttood
    , little I -v au lout to me
    Mwii mothers *ho
    nno now un ntemtonn
    a 'an be win undenuand
    H pi'' 'h*n
    Doctors Yo*
    B
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    i D i

    land
    In tears
    W
    JK took me train t
    in
    i
    celebrated specialist .n .
    Who wax 1" mnlr.
    ions
    Madame X arrived with DOT
    wo children and her iav I explain

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    w.m u.< foi

    tn i i *ui mpT( ted
    s BM I WM '
    ....
    ; volied ^oletnnlv
    i tnought this .i- .
    i
    I were norn

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    ....

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    i

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    luni I'tniiw
    rcalh ih*
    Krnai
    Th. judge lAsueo un order lot
    - bange chudrcn
    rhe exchange it w,i
    v.ould be ma -
    X Trt"
    a
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    itoon one 01 :h'
    tor Piil while the oth
    n i
    1 remember Ui-.nkUig thai opli
    n (i Paul ou
    With him would go *rven veora
    i I
    I ilin't Know Do*
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    I \ i I

    rar Paul.
    The
    be fsirt *hat Paul
    udd<"
    need
    o S&
    All ItOUI
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    mm.

    ahe ? Slve l0*er> \'OU
    would be very sad if ..
    want u> t" and .n> her
    in a child's mannar
    M* \ *.. |
    he
    -laysone m nth *iUi >
    11 months with vou al:
    ' hat ?
    in.
    chad fel'
    All ovtr
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    -
    i r and iena voii
    ft .
    I ]U-
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    nnd t> i roond bead iiokuig
    .
    i hud iu*i made
    -k.r1^
    IU U1
    o"e \ -ti ean ol
    i
    r I -
    . and 'H o.ueh imnninesa. too.
    1 had 'ii.
    I i
    i


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    ! VI
    - .tifiiti
    v hln i

    tito he rturserv
    I.it. with their
    > in a l he rs
    '
    THOUGH the Duke ot Edin-
    burgh will be at the Olympic
    Helsinki during the
    ilrst part of Cowes Week, he
    plans, towards the end of the
    legatta, lo spend two days sail-
    ing.
    It |g expected that the Queen
    will accompany him on one day
    ..t least.
    Thero are races each day tn
    which the Duke could compete
    in his yacht Ca-we*lla- and the
    I -CUNM lUaeawttle. wlu.vi
    he owns jointly wilh the Queen.
    Sfr h't.vicrlck Browning, trea-
    surer to the Duke, brings his
    new -r'f-deslgned yarht JestMaa
    d'Are from Cornwall to Cowe-
    about the middle of next month.
    Tho Queen nnd the Dul stay aboard her. But there Is
    also a suggestion that
    '
    oil should be placed at
    poaal.
    Hard to Sell
    IN b: the 1 i of Dud-
    The Duke Will Be There
    ley has always had the gold.-
    touch. He became one of Brit
    aln's foremost steel men, cavhe.l
    In when the industry wa:
    nationalised, but still remained
    ihalrman of his main i
    Even hia zoo rlourlahed aftn
    people said It would flop.
    But the earl's record is bcitt,.
    marred. He Is finding it hard t
    sell his former Oeorrg
    country home, Ednam Lodge, al
    Sunningdale, which he bough'
    for around 30.000 in 193R.
    Mr. Uninvited
    MEET a young man who I
    causing considerable
    In society by waging what h<
    calls "a p r I v a te campaign
    ;>gainst social pomposity."
    'It consists." says 25-year-oH
    Francis Hadwen, "of going t
    parties whether Invited or n t\
    and making them go."
    BIT WIIKKF IIF AND
    TUB QUEEN WILL
    STAY IS NOT YFT
    t I.KI'AIN
    II. I I'HK .1*1 HAKIM Will
    Mr, Radweo, who ,
    ii'tU'i norn :>ii Chunduil
    tag iwiii lor ins aervicet as an
    honorary secretary, aayi
    aameoB the bsMtseaei usu lor
    LondRM debuunte partiwa .iced
    Bg, I have insinuau-u
    myatJ into two-tluro* of the
    1 have attended."
    At one big dance be
    ' uninvited" in a mask of
    tophelee, bright vermii-
    .1 a sati.i
    dressing gown. His three com-
    paniona wore pig, lizard, and
    deer masks.
    I KNOW few people with '
    Modest Tipster
    greater passion for racing than
    Pulke Walwyn and Miss Cathe-
    rine de Trafford. who marry In
    London this week.
    w*ahr*B won the Grand
    National as an amateur o*,
    Reynoldstown in 103d. Several
    serious falls could not stop hi,',
    riding. Now ho is a leadln,:
    steeplechase trainer, with many
    of Dorothr PagcVs horses at his
    U-mbourn (Berks) stables.
    A metlcu^us worker who risi'.
    with his stable lad'- he dWlk<
    parties, but entertains a lot a'
    home. Flowers sp* his hobby
    he has one of the mo-t beau-
    tiful walled wardens in the
    country.
    Miss de TrarTord. daughter <>'
    Sir Humphrey, a Jockey Club
    steward, Is a first-rata tipatei.
    particularly on stewplechasing.
    though she claims to know le>
    ID Bat lacing
    f.l.-N.I II..I. I
    \T bgaeb in the 4nil-ri"im of
    (he *Orand Hotel' il
    i>t> tal one u il
    I.UIgl.
    gHAta later they Kite al.
    hjiik. The Eeanai
    in ..f I/>ndoii laM
    crowded, oossnonolltan inlxture
    of the famous and wealthy.

    ..-.. Nil I..
    uke tabuicw
    Who's Who. ranging nron
    my gum mitUonnite Philio
    Wrlgley and motor magnate
    I
    ind Dotjgds Chandor, w h-.
    lea'oualv toardi bn "i room an
    unfinished portf of h I

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    SUVn\T ADVOCATT
    SUNDAY Mi V 20. lfS2
    BAfffiAD0SA AmfiCATE
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    t. LU Bt-M (. I
    %unda>. Jul> 20. 195Z
    T II K II I \
    WITH effacl t> it.
    .
    I
    111 nWng the basic charges per ton of
    ^uods entering or having the Port hy 12'?
    percent. In addition owing to the rnethodl
    of payment in the Harbour higher charges
    lit from overtime and Sunday and
    holiday rates of payment. Baited
    wiy ignoranl of the wages earned I
    for very good reasons. It is diffi-
    cult to ascertain whal wages dockworkers
    < dockworkers arc r
    tercel <>nd can work for three or more
    steamship companies during a year Bu'
    steamship agents keep records of payments
    made to dockworkers. These records are
    revealing and ought to be studied by more
    persons in tht community.
    Dockworkers are divided into three main
    categories the winchmen and the gaol
    men. the stevedore labourers and the ware-
    house porters.
    They are paid in
    normal day work from Monday to Friday,
    normal day work on hall days (Saturday),
    overtime, Sunday and bank 1
    and special Holiday rates.
    Some Indication of the scale ol *
    wages may be gained from a recent instance
    when workers loading one ship were paid
    more than $8,000 in overtime. This is an
    exceptional example but shipping agents
    consider that between $1,000 and $2,000
    overtime are paid normally on every ship
    dropping anchor in the Bay.
    Dockworkers are not registered nor do
    they work normal working weeks. As a
    result no one knows how much they earn
    during a year but records ol payments
    made by an individual employing com-
    pany suggest that some winchmen receive
    an average of $1,800 per annum, regular
    stevedores an average between $1,500 and
    $1,600 per annum while foremen earn be-
    tween $2,000 and $2,500 per annum on
    average.
    With the exception of the foreman these
    earnings cannot be taken as total earning
    of particular dockworkers because of the
    system by which dockworkers share em
    ployment by different steamship agents in
    Bridgetown. It may be stated, however,
    wttYi %tttle lent '! ninUn*tnh-*nA **>
    average stevedore labourer receives be-
    tween $120 and $130 per month while few
    warehouse workers gat leas than $1,000
    per year and some receive as much as
    $1,500.
    Bvan on the unsatisfactory information
    Ulable it is dear thai the wages paid to
    dockworkera exceed i>> considerable
    amounts the wages paid to trie so-colled
    white Collar clerical workers.
    The importance of the dockworker to the
    community has always been admitted and
    everyone is glad that winkers who perform
    work <>f such importance to the community
    should be adequately paid
    On the information available It -*
    that they are quite well paid. Yet no one
    can make Inquiries into the method
    dock-working in Bridgetown wi thorn* be-
    ing immediately impressed by what can
    only be described Bl the very meflicieni
    methods of working arrangements
    Not only is dock work a closed preserve
    for a restricted number of dockworkers,
    but the absence of registration prevents the
    best use even of the restricted number who
    are allowed to work in the Harbour
    The absence of a register means that no
    central records are kept of hours worked
    by individual workers and that no central
    recoi'i. i Kiel I I sb '' w**< *"' lhe l"ul
    earnings of individual workers.
    But the absence ol registration is only
    the first defect of the system. Dockwork-
    ers under tbw present system of work have
    permanent incentive to achieve overtime
    rales of payment. How could it be other-
    wise, Mine every hour worked during over
    time earns three additional rales of pay-
    ment, in accordance with the daya worked
    whether week-days, Sundays and Bank-
    holidays or specia] holidays. And the in
    centive to overtime is encouraged by the
    convention that foi work in excess of one
    hour no less than four hour:: overtime is
    payable whether or not the full overtime
    has been worked.
    The arguments against overtime are so
    convincing that the existence of overtime
    comes as a surpi I
    The hours of day work from seven till
    four (with one hour oft* for lunch) if work-
    ed are sufficiently long to justify a shift
    system out of consideration for the work-
    ers alone. This argument is unassailable
    on medical grounds.
    But the second ari^umei.:
    time is equally convincing on economic
    grounds. In an island so thickly populated
    as Barbados it is clearly contrary to all
    principles eshlp and brotherly
    love fur a restricted number uf doefcen to
    t market for themselves, to make
    it highly lucrative for themsei'
    lealously to keep cut new comers.
    The third argument is now commonly
    eard with increasing
    frequency Prices continue to rise a
    rates go up and freight rates rise as the
    costs Of handling eai
    afaer freight rates on North
    26W per
    cent, over last November. And tl
    almost
    i to another jump in North
    in, United Kingdom and con-
    tinental freight
    The cost of living in Barbados is so close-
    lv grated to the costs of handling cargo in
    Bridgetown that the island cannot afford
    the present system of dock-working.
    i.ition of dockworkers is an indis-
    pensable first step towards any Improve-
    The introduction of a shif'
    would soon follow as it became recognised
    that shift working increased efficiency of
    workers and reduced hours of work.
    Barbados cannot much longer bear the
    burden of the present system.
    The man Ihal
    keeps Burlmtlos
    laughing on
    Sundays
    NATHANIEL GUBBINS
    III ItllH VM TIPS
    THE < tovermnan! has issued two leaflets
    as part of its hurricane warning procedure.
    The leaflets are divided into four sections.
    The first suggests action which ought al-
    reedy to have been taken by house-holders
    to strengthen their home against hurri-
    canes. Briefly their advice is to ensure
    that homes are firmly rooted to their
    foundations, that the walls are "tied to-
    nether" and that the roofs are secured to
    the houses. The importance of the roof
    is stressed in block capitals in quotes
    stretching across the leaflet advising "SA VF.
    THE ROOF and you save all."
    A high wind the public are warned will
    lift a roof if it gets into the air space be-
    the roof and the supports.
    Therefore persons are recommended to
    Mai off these spaces as well as windows
    ilators during hurricane periods.
    Open drinking water tanks ought to be
    covered and the trimming of trees likely
    to damage houses is recommended.
    The menace of wood ants is rather be-
    latedly drawn to attention and the exist-
    ence of a pamphlet No. 19 of the Depart-
    ment of Agriculture is pointed out. Section
    three of 'he leaflet advises the public what
    to do before the hurricane season, after the
    hurricane warning and after the hurricane.
    Acquaintance with the warning system
    ,.ii is recommended
    Perhaps the most important advice is
    Contained under the heading "after the
    hurricane warning." No sounder advice
    than take cover in as secure a shelter as
    ,i asible could be given. Carrying food to
    ,>ubhc shelters is encouraged. Persons are
    warned not to shelter in ravines or low
    lying areas which are likely to flood, and
    because of the probability of very high seas.
    residents in low lying coastal areas are ad-
    vised to take shelter on high ground further
    inland.
    Plans ought certainly to be made by
    i. of the Leeward Coast to imple-
    ment this advice.
    No time should be lost by coastal resi-
    dents In deciding and making arrangements
    for evacuation should it prove to be neces-
    sary. The drawing up of (ishing boats well
    above high water mark might not prove
    too easy of performance should there be
    very high seas. But the caution against
    issuing from shelters during a sudden lull
    i. vary neeaaaary In an island where hurri-
    canes have passed into legend and are no
    longer remembered through personal
    experience.
    Additional advice to household*
    the natuie Ol ftftefl thought and it il regret-
    Mi le thai tnii advice was i -t Incorporated
    into the original advice since people cannot
    be expected to walk around with these
    leaflets in their pockets or even to carry'
    their contents in their memories.
    Advice before the hurricane season may
    be summarised as house protection, the
    .iiring that doors and windows can be
    shut securely and arranging for their re-
    inforcement. The keeping of stocks of
    emergency rations, first aid and other
    necessaries hi recommended.
    After the hurricane warning household-
    ers are advised to fill receptacles with
    drinking water, to close and barricade doors
    and windows and to keep them closed : to
    provide buckets of sand toi lii . extinguish-
    ing : to remain indoors and to take emerg-
    ency food and necessaries t<> cellars if
    shelter is sought their
    After the hurricane everyone is advised
    to wait for the authorities to declare water
    safe for drinking and never to drink water
    without boiling and if possible filtering.
    No one can accuse the government of fail-
    treat hurricanes with the respect
    they deserve.
    Advice, even though it might have been
    more bi l< ^ood and better than
    no advice. The vital thing lacking In the
    precautionary hurricane organise!
    the government is the warning system.
    be simplified to avoid con-
    Meanwlule every resident of Bar-
    bados ought to be taking steps to make his
    . nee as hurriCJ
    ible or to arrange an alternative
    shelter should the houses prove to be be-
    yond the
    ment's two leaflets.
    SO much Interest has been
    aroused bv the observation
    or o reader that my photograph
    of a .hrewcl
    tefl business man (Sun-
    day Express letter column last
    U .: it has been consld-
    red idviaal Uj la publish ., ,.,.. m
    version of lhe Gubbins's success
    story for the benefit of ambitious
    and unscrupulous young man.
    As a boy, Oubblns could sec
    that education gi.t you nowhere,
    unless you wanit" to bi a school-
    master or a civil servant.
    So. Instead of attending to his
    studies, he collected stale bread
    from London rcsi.iut.ints and
    I Mil feed-
    ing pigeons In Tr/ifalgar-squarc.
    When other smart bovs made
    it of the idea, Gubblng-
    persuaded them to buy shares in
    iiread for
    I'igeoru Incorporated, which
    didn't exist.
    as police on his track.
    Gubblns then fled to Australia.
    sold imaginary gold
    bricks to simple farmers. With
    'he Australian police on his
    track, he then fled to South
    hers he had the nerve
    to sell imaginary gold bricks to
    .:.!'
    With hi.lf the police of the
    Empire on his track, Gubbins
    thi '. Bed to Canada, b
    north and. by skilful salesman*
    ship, became lhe origin of the
    lvt about selling refrigerators to
    Eskimos.
    He also sold tiny fur coats to
    female pygmies in Equatorial
    Africa and electric blankets to
    Mcitcntot^ in Darktst (and Hot-
    test) Africa.
    When he returned ( i factories to sell people
    things they' didn't want, made a
    fortune rigging the stock market,
    and remained indifferent to the
    sirs and
    orphans.
    He has been blackballed by all
    * clubr In the five conU-
    nentsa world record.
    In Who Isn't Who his hobbies
    are given as "Grinning tl
    of the poor and spending wcek<
    ends in the country trying to bt
    DigUMrd Writes Again
    R. i '. American doc-
    tor v.. he-come
    angry In futile arguments, to be
    In a constant stale of indignation
    about trifles, shortens life
    Evidently he had never heard
    of "Disgusted", who began writ-
    ing to the newspapers ling be-
    fore the turn of the century and
    has been in a state of cold fury
    for at least 80 years.
    When I was young. I rememlwr
    he was rliseuFteo. tl 'he hobble
    skirt, bobbed hair, votes for wo-
    man, and the condition of Lon-
    don's drains.
    Older men remernber him be-
    in: in .. rase about bloomers and
    bicycle* Even older ones believe
    he was one of the Brat to be cross
    bout trains.
    His letters usualh begin with a
    booming "StR". followed by
    Suiou it is high dm* the atten-
    tion of all decent-minded citi-
    zens was directed tp a public
    scandal ," and ending "I re-
    main. Sir, yours, etc.. Disgusted."
    The last time he wrote to me
    he was disgusted at some mild
    rack I made about King Farouk.
    has turned up in Singa-
    to write a letter, with the
    usual signature, to a local news-
    paper because Mr. Malcolm Mac-
    Donald attended a recital by an
    opera singer in shirt sleeves in-
    stead of dinner Jacket.
    As Disgusted must be well over
    ino years old. and is still fit
    enough to travel to the Far East.
    It looks as if he not only thrives
    nn prolonged anger, but may out-
    live us.
    Sometime in the distant future
    his trembling hand will
    reach for a pen to write his last
    letter:
    .SIR,
    Surely il is high time thi
    for evening cocktails,
    their children to the lendei
    mercies o/ a sitter-in.
    In my young days a woman's
    (is on Earth.
    I rrriuuii, -Sir, yours, etc..
    Disclaim
    The He., i
    "Directly I see a photo In
    the nude, I put on darn
    glasses I And this helps to
    subdue the beast in me."
    Lester In Amateur I'hoto-
    i .j.h. i guoted by The New
    suteman.
    OH, ye nasty beast within us,
    Foreign beast with mind un-
    clean.
    Take your joy from Englyshc
    pleasure*.
    ci keaat on re village green
    Morris dancers round yfe May-
    pole
    Se how hcalthilie they hoppc,
    Wh-lesome as ye oldc worlds
    puddinges
    Plain as cakes In oldc tea
    shope.
    Short Essay On Work
    I OFTEN wonder why actresses
    who have achieved fame al-
    ways put it down to hard work.
    I can only suppose it Is false
    modesty, because I Imagine that
    what they really think and what
    they would like to say Is:
    "/ oltrtbufe "iy astoundino
    success fo my dazzling beauty,
    superior intelligence, artistic
    'aieiit, and the fact that
    mosf of the others I left strug-
    gling behind were n pack o;
    foots "
    And where is -the virtue In
    hard work? Intelligent people
    WOt k .nily because they have to
    Those who work hard for the
    love of work are usually medio-
    ;n are obliged to hide
    their Incompetence by a display
    of fanatical industry.
    If you don't agree with me.
    mnsider the case of the horse.
    Compared, say, with a clever
    I IUm yourself, the horse's
    1 la nftenfion of all decent -minded mentality is pretty low. Yet even
    u-oj direcfed fo the a horse has sense enough not to
    rnoShen trapelHng to fhe Moon wi*u cofYatcHT aneavss
    The 800 Mystery
    The Headmasters of Harrison
    College, Comhermere and I>od"
    School hardly let pass a Speech
    Day without drawing forcibly
    la government's attention their
    needs of more teachers, more
    rooms, and more funds to cope
    with increasing numbers of
    pupils. And headmasters and
    headmistresses in other schools
    of the Island are not slow to add
    lot to the almost uni-
    versal choius of "more, more,
    more" which besieges govern-
    ment's ears ond threatens the
    Treasury purse.
    Almost universal, because at
    one centre of learning which I
    visited last week 800 children
    receive their education free. 200
    children get free lunches and 80
    children get free "cocoa-toaa"
    or breakfast. And the govern-
    ment of Barbados gives the
    school *720 per annum to help
    it do this work. It has no olhor
    fixed income.
    How is it done? Wl.
    Whom i- It? tin1. aroaijBf, school
    which opened in 1932 ivffl
    seven pupils on its roll and
    which to-day educate* 800
    children who remain at school
    as long as they like, and where
    280 children receive free meals
    every day of the school term"
    It Is hidden behind St. Pat-.
    rick's Roman Catholic rhimh
    in Jciiunott's Lane. It is St
    Patrick's Elementury Parish
    School,
    How it does it remam
    tery, but the suggestion that it
    draws ott the Bank of Heaven
    for most of its funds is not per-
    haps as superstitious as It
    sounds.
    In 1932 St. Patrick's Elemen-
    tary Parish School had seven
    pupils under the care Of an l*i -
    sulim- nun. To-day two Ursu-
    line nuns Moth'
    and Mother Assunta with the
    assistance of twenty paid teach-
    ers educate 800 Barbadian boy
    and girls, and supervise a kitch-
    en and dining room in whlcr
    280 of the poorest school child-
    ren get one meal daQ)
    They do this BU)
    work with no other fixed tunas
    than those provided l
    government grant it
    ni.v lie noted to the donation of
    $720 made to UN LVCA) speci-
    fically for expenditure on the
    D of free meals.
    By GEORGE III Ml.
    are made by some of the pupils
    ivho can afford to paj
    S1.00 ami V2 W ., |rm BO i
    Hq exorcise: and text books.
    In it,i early da rail
    the goodwill of Barbadians and
    trust in Hi |.
    racking than it is todai
    804) children look to fhf* Mother.
    and the teachers of Si
    I'arish School for their e
    on aarti
    Today the bank of Heaven is
    liable to be overdrawn and more
    eirthly fixed channels of funds
    *wouId be watootnad by the
    Ursuline nuns who air.
    boon forced to restrict new ad-
    missions to the school to all but
    poor Catholic children
    Catholics believe that I h *
    teaching of the Catholic religion
    Is the moat important au
    be learnt at school and a Citholic
    school could never consent to an /
    kind of government grant or
    subsidy which Interfan
    nn of the school to max
    retieowi the heart and ccntie of
    its life.
    All other funds of thi
    come either from the profits of
    an annual Fair held in the
    grounds of the Ursuline Conveii".
    tin* sale of guava jelly and pre-
    serves. Ulc sale ol W
    and dresses, and the sale of doll-
    Of other toys or from donations
    in kind or money from well
    wishers.
    The only other contributions
    :he costs of education
    Yet the value of the St
    Patrick's Elementary school to
    Barbados has never been ap-
    preciated even by the Catholic
    community of the Island. Ladv
    Blood. Lndv llu>Jic. Lady Crim-
    ble. Mr. Brancker Ml' I'. Mr,
    Bryan M.C.P., and even Professor
    T, S. Shney have visited the
    school and been Impressed bv Its
    achievements in recent yt
    so have Bdjfa Oalholk dignitaries
    but the quiet, unaelfleh, '
    work of Mother Alphiv
    her helpers has
    long from all but I
    bcr of Catholic and non-Catholic
    parent! to whom St. Pat
    synonymous with the free cduca-
    AJphocuTOl 11 i of [he d ildron.
    Pupils i
    nt the age of four and many stav
    until they are eighteen. None
    ed t" leave. Thcv are
    200 pupils aged between 4 ond 8
    in the Junior school, 300 botwee..
    8 and 11 plus In lhe Middle
    ind 300 in thi
    Ohoot. 8ub]ectl taught In the
    hool Include iteligion.
    arithmetic, English, Botany, His-
    tory. Cicogrnplu Pot '
    Hygiene. In the upper school.
    i Pranch are added
    and there is a commercial cliss
    of 30 pupils. Tl
    Iv under the super.
    Mother Alphonsus and MVSII
    typewriters era available i<"
    practise.
    An after-school department of
    dress mal lafred by aid
    pupils of the school and these
    ex-pupils are paid wa
    mea is taught In a
    well equipped kitchen presided
    I amUlnsj St I.ueian girl.
    In the laundry girls and bovs are
    Boyi are taught i
    and many of thi
    ike are sold at the Annual
    ran*.
    Some of the boys an
    and some of the girls arc-
    guides.
    possible in the spaa
    i i i paper article to giv
    an inipressiun of what goes un at
    -'.i. Even the buildings
    of the 'school"
    of lhe mystery, Many of them
    don't seem to be there. You
    come upon them as If by accident
    hiding behind a wall. Nothing
    U too old to he conscript l
    a stable has been roped in and
    now glories under the title of
    BeUUoliem. The space between
    the I iundry room and thi
    ii not allowed to 00
    wast and children in the dining
    m their lessons within
    .nice of the bubbling
    n i>ots.
    The conditions In St. Patrick'-.
    although superior by far to those
    of three of the Barbadian pi h
    schools on which my presence
    . ted as a younsi boy can-
    not be compared with those
    luxury sunlight model schools
    which Halph Crowe at great ex-
    pense to the Barbadian taxpayers
    Introduced to Chalky Mount and
    the Hill overlooking Haymans.
    Hut the faces of the bovs and
    i:ul., refteel I happiness and in
    many cases on intelligence ol
    which any school would be proud.
    1 do not know whether the BOO
    children of this school will ever
    iarahlpa tO Universities
    or acquire cates tm
    hanging In their homes.
    But in my opinion they are
    learning al St. Patrick's things
    h ;i stand them in much
    and all their lives. They
    ,ug how to live together.
    how to pray together, how to
    eat together, to sing together, to
    play together and to behave to
    one another and to strange un-
    couth visitor; like myself frith
    the friendliness and warmth ct
    little Chrl
    Having spent a moniinc in
    Mother Alphonsus's company this
    aiapilsa me.
    Wh it doe* surprise mc is how
    1 could have lived so many years
    in Itaibados without knowing.
    anything ->lw thii great and
    unique service which is per-
    formed with so little .til.
    port and is not even full>
    recognised by the Catholic com-
    munity of Barbados.
    The next time th it anyone
    tjilks about the social conscience
    of Barbn.: I ,ke thai I
    straight to St. Patricks and
    shame them into leaving with a
    lighter purse.
    IUmhI* v IVIiIiIi'k To IKniiali I'.\. I......lain
    unitkp nations. New York l"h.' fountain li tne gift of Mack ones seemed non-existent
    mean Island of ABVM ran Then Rhodes, site of one of the
    scene of the United as evidence of fieir faith in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient
    Nations' successful Palestine ar- enduring future of the United World, produced another wonder. I
    mitice negotiations in 1949. i- Nations. To pay for it 11 American woman working
    making another I more than five mil- for a former UN. architect re- i
    trlbutlon to the world .ies$50,000. -ving seen black peb- I
    during a visit to :
    the Island1! andi ivernor- I
    <>eaches '-he fountain of the Dode-
    world's ont% known btfck pebbtts. BO aiwrna*ln| pattern Ol black cancso Islands, of which Rhodes is

    lot-wide fountain world's beaches produced whlb VSt with white peb- |
    at U.N. all pebblesbu*. I UM of glass.
    #* A X H O O h S.
    The Widest Selection in Town.
    ON Safe 'il IAKM \ll STATMtMiMY.
    dvpf.th
    jnz%&t!
    Wlu< u,- Imps) tkh m A SetVc7a/
    GALVAMStl) Cl)KKt(.\IM> ^111 | I |
    e ft, t n.. g ft
    Oaage: 26 2* ho
    VII MINI M -III I |s
    7ft. Xf
    Gnagt: 24 '
    Abo CALVAM/U) ROI.l TOP RII>GlNO,
    DOWN PIPFS. IWl (.1 TTf.RS. UI'TTER
    1(1 >l> \M) \\ \n :II \n~
    C. S. PITCHER & CO. i-h. 4472
    '/In. wi'i-h. mo$l peopU mi1 considering cf/ie
    Important!- i,[ \Biing Sarnmi -
    . llthougn tnt House of Qia Costa lay stress
    on rJlw Smpoetancs of (Being Sarnest
    every dag and coy month of ilie year
    .'(ml this, it is fi/i it reflected in the
    L-Oinpangt buying policy with a resultant
    excellent variety of sla, i in ati departments
    and. most important, at prices within reach
    of ail-
    So naturally, r/j ( osta < Co. XtJ. Jeem
    U timely to tuggeii ,*, //,, general public
    that tney make f/M necettaty ///(..' week to see and fudge for llwtiiselves.
    tiff that is meant hij
    HIE IMPORTANT! Ill BflNIi F.AIINEST"
    I drink Gold
    Braid for the
    FLAVOUR
    *^y I drink Gold
    *' Braid for the
    QUALITY
    p^ I drink Gold
    n^A^) Braid for its
    AGED
    *&***
    GOODNESS
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    STSDAY. JTJLY 20. I52
    SUXDAT .VDVOCATT
    PACE SINE
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    iwriveU favour-
    . bl eonUMftn in 'Colonial
    Cinema.'

    UNDER \.' U3E in
    iPENINQ BLATUR1
    1 im>w In
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    irroN iNhi'STRY in

    How 10 put savour
    Into (too
    A iw ....,. ,..!... ^
    n noui whrna Iim ih iIkW llav.ur
    lh*lolv I*. A Par'iM CMl t.
    S< ....mitf miK I... Ik IVirilU n
    hi 'cry miwiml. loo you
    n.lv nwd i i* rm W Iwcn 1-ra & Perrim'
    *u. .. fU,,..,, ..,., ,.., ,..., cUly.u.tdlMci. Le.
    vixir family a%M .t -.11- & Pfmni Saucr
    e^oned An. nurh .*.. JA comparablenothing else
    "Fiir^riiiToi the flavour
    * that only I,ca A: Pfmni
    Sauce can give liea in the
    recipe. For more than 100,
    yean, ever since it was
    brought to England from
    the Far East, the recip<
    (pentivr ipMe*. and
    Mail
    PRODUCER AND CAMERA MAN (L. Carnuchael and O Roatln mu-t pre plan
    before taey reach location. This makes for easier vet-up, smoother shooting and lei
    of the acton.
    day- ^HCotiii*
    ne on toe part
    3
    gives such flavour I
    LEA&PERRINS
    WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE
    ONE (II OF THE SCENES interior*,
    the problem* of Interior lighting.
    The Film- Director and hi* lighting-technique mint face np to
    CONFERENCE TAPI.t of l,.! Welfae Departw-nt Let- bO rlgkl KlM Mai tori* Btaekman (District
    WtlfUl Officer). Mr, Thelm.-. V .a -nig Boct.i) Welfare OfTU.-ii. Mr I. Caimlihael (Troducer), Mr
    Oordon Roach (Aaat Producer and Camera man) Twelve {\2i of these conference have already bean
    held on matter* pertaining to Ii.v-nUgatlon. Trealmut. Script. MtWttM of Location Seventy five (76)
    percent of the woik in film production la dona on paper -the other -.'>% on location. In the laboratory
    and on the Editing Bench.
    air:
    BEST
    I III. O.XM
    kivii ok nwr.s
    i: ran
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    FOR TIH I'l'l I'R1<( Itll'l'lON SrRVICF.
    KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
    ANOTHER OP THE SCENES -a family group
    THE GOVERNMENT FILM UNIT started it* work In December 10&O and released ita Ant documentary
    in January 1061. first to the Commercial Cinema and then to the Mobile Cinema for the benefit of the
    Island. The film 'OIVE TOUR CHILD A CHANCE' is now released to the entire Colonial EmpLe. Good
    report* on it* value are coming In.
    A LOCATION 8ITOT R>sponMU* for the lighting on tins "net ii Mr B Thorp-- (third fr-m left). In
    torlor limiting in cinematography I* an art and a problem. No fewer than i different locatlona have
    been already used in the present film, and some 70 setups requiting interim lighting.
    Qeell Qirlsl!
    If You only tealise
    The Importance of Being Earnest
    about the
    Home
    Decorations ^
    You certainly would
    immediately select these -
    SISAL PLACK MATS ii .72 each
    .0 .,
    .. GLASS MATS 1/ .
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    a CO. LTD.
    10-13 UOAD St
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    KITCHEN AND TABLE ,,<&
    GLASSWARE
    PLAIN AND DECORATED
    WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
    A WIDE RANGE OF
    UTILITY ITEMS INCLUDING
    PFEE '- lb Tin t'>
    iMALT tin 140
    i HIVEKS mirilAHIl i : H
    TATE & l.vu:s BAKING SUGAR perl bn .3
    KS.LOGS PUPPED RICI poc DM. .5
    Bi il III AFRICAN LOBSTER
    KEILLERS in M.I.I MARMALADE on 1
    ' u- is.se ... BLACKWEUS GHERKINS pi- 3 r 1.0.1
    KOO TOMATO SAUCE I I i..
    illAMl'luN PRFPARBD MUSTAJID pM Jur .28
    LION BRAND CURRY POWDED : -i .40
    BWIPTS i HEESE p i Tin .73
    : imblm ~.i
    PEANUT BUTT! I 0 Mua .77
    ALL OOLO PINEAPPLS JAM p NEILSONS Ni-T ROLL
    NS nit ROLL
    MIXED PICKLES Ml lar 9"
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    Millisllilll 'mill ri flu.. Mil.
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    BICYCLE!!
    THE ONE AND ONLY
    BICYCLE IN THE
    SALAD PLATES
    MEASURING CUPS
    SALT & PEPPER SETS
    ; A.S11 TRAYS
    ICE CREAM CLASSES
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    FLOWER VASES
    REFRIGERATOR
    BOTTLES

    SHERBET PLATES
    SALAD DISHES
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    JHQ k TUMBLER SETS
    TUMBLERS-ALL SIZES, COCKTAIL TO 1 PINT CAPACITY
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    PIE PLATES, SOUP PLATES, DINNER PLATES RAMEKINS. 01
    ^_^ DISHES. CASSEROLES MIXI1
    Soo US rimt for all YOI Ii GLASSWARE BEQUIREMENTS *vX
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    HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
    TEL. 2 364
    vVorld that
    carries this
    Mark of
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    PAGE Tl "
    m.miv. ADVOCATE
    -I M>\, .M I *>, l
    The People of Barbados
    tm jobs miDTArxi
    . .. ._..
    ..
    . :.

    I
    i -I-a slave anil

    that he did
    i.
    ii.-
    ueci
    <*> a* pomrli"
    a, tor muMff or thft and
    i'. u amenable T->

    Island, though tha
    .
    UOCN i-ummitleii
    I LI
    ' I
    the peace
    and thr'-v ri with n
    ,ii goven or tm6 soqa-
    cfl Mi Hrajti ^

    ( im to be whipping at
    but though there
    .
    of stripes. I b*Uav :h> |
    the number >f
    thirty-all i '> "i"'
    pa buafctl.
    , year 1774.
    upon an apprehension of AHtrVM
    *v of acre* tn
    sugar by stxty aerea to"nc*w :'
    I I had tl
    op there-
    fore, by having twenty acres of
    ..nil produce. I BW
    ...ted allowance, of food
    1 ..vc wn-iil gardens' of theii
    lasee; the in-
    I rv goats ape
    . jnd make a Bsnaldti
    them.
    ircd by law
    I
    Mentioned a*
    v
    Umb ...i Brai
    re secured by
    v against all persons bul thfii
    1 believe they arc
    onJm, but I
    Thr
    total ( f<"d. and they wanted
    Know if thl
    n proportion to their
    |
    i ibourtng pom- in other countries.
    reply was that '1 think the
    inn iv the punwuneM; hut m ...,, fiaveJ in general Utter off
    i expect,
    ] tree negroe-s miitht h> working
    I bouting poor In other cuun-
    If faith CAN heal
    -what is the Church
    doing ?
    I'OS I i RIJ'i I l>
    rHI M POR1 '>"
    I \, HI \I I K*.

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    doc-.
    . -uli u- 'H*'
    IW *'
    _ slav< .
    ned thrm.

    Augu*.'


    Ill
    I
    or cruell> kill his own slave he
    ..:> 16. If
    ...nallyaokills '
    |
    i fife to the pubhr
    I I ;,!ld tO hi* gUQU
    tuit.ee at
    Hiring Thr j .
    f. gUVIM I

    lav* by or.) Jht, he shall b<-
    lu.ble to the nwffr'f action at law
    Hu- if any pt-raou kills a slave b>
    nlghl out "I fnr common road
    >ting to steal hi.'
    be shall not be
    ' ountab.-
    i i.nrv to the loading
    In Harbado* they
    .Stan* allowance of too*'
    rfood M
    I
    . und at theli
    ground pro-
    n: potatoes
    fish im-
    , ortfl i do not know the exaci

    items tl
    ..i n'.'i I
    . *'s of his master
    If the plaJ aitl I own cmi>


    'o pay, his negro'-
    nust


    11 ie, n* far aa my . (bigland.i I think the ngi-.

    hi-
    *
    ; On pi m 1h* n.
    bled. Mi
    Ireal <-ar<-
    es. Whn.
    i they nn
    cure i>(. bcttir m
    ban formerly Therp is bowevci
    no law for it. Thej hav fannl;
    connaoUoni a Itt Dtlii <
    and are useful in watching over
    Tha I/>rds wanted to know
    ibout the practice ol mart
    negro slaves, and "
    i incoming it This was replied to
    s follows"I do not ki
    :tiere is any religions ceremony
    In Hie marrlaae of n> |
    in Barbados: there is no law re-
    t oftti
    OCM wife* In ri-

    :
    I
    from promiscuous eoncubin :;
    | of lh
    roman Ut i from th
    plantation of the man. It te the

    hr planter to prevent tin- bu
    tie is afraid I
    The
    T
    setting
    The staff
    -n- fi i
    iIKfr-

    i
    mo '

    I
    airrl
    .
    i
    A

    tii' natural increase of
    1 are any causes
    . __iUd bo asstgneO Id .
    .,-**< (0, .... \ At|.l
    I iirflfs
    mat -uwi In ,-..,, ti i .
    i too hard t> p
    ;.y makr

    innnth from a mlscotueptiuii
    .i |
    nurcb- Baal '
    mnn>l
    .
    'lay Church A Eng)an-

    .
    . ^re-
    . ;tor> going back 'o Kn-
    * nelttan 128 rears oefor- th.
    sw r
    I ass Uiosd uie cnapei aiti
    . rfganllc picture along th.
    inalh jf the west wall, ol rh<
    inTd Jesus going into Egypt
    Here in uiis one-time muniu'K
    rreetory 80 rssldenta. taff ana
    t. To encourage the men
    k It would hr .

    .count of negii
    '

    I mum be given n
    proportion to the Increase of th.
    negro stock, and that th:
    liuuld distinguish by some pnblli
    .irk nf approbation, the island it
    Mm shall be the greatcs-
    .V birth.-, in proportio'
    04 i Hncsj the hur-
    NOBsV 1 do not believe
    bcr of negroes have moc1'
    trcaseil In Bsirbndos. as will up
    i ;ir by the papers I have In
    ha '

    host* '
    We n .
    nan in <- I
    Hr
    ne 'haoe
    I
    POI IB
    door manceti
    rnerap'. Inside eei
    iSrgr IOOIIW
    ihrre tmalli"
    plane ia> ua
    tnd iii.-er.ii!- '-
    raffla work and k i
    filled 'he .hHvp*
    He opened sno'tiri looi. Here
    irge unps foi '.glr sari
    *
    insui rr -ndc *hn orn
    -flaW'i' 1 all ovfi ti- ceni ;

    hel"
    The reMilr
    Imp
    id
    ftei tun* ," I
    nen *tn no fsM
    l ugffc ieeti nealea
    i i ,' Kuttier John Is X
    I Palth \f '->*
    ve -ne roo*
    k'.i-lop* so ofen ("
    c nea: nn has oetrun It %
    i alwav* sudden mi! one*
    rsred mere al r>
    j.ns' can naopen
    j !, to'-nenere tn-r
    *- n -niw who snarf
    tfaf prayer and 'f possth*.
    "lends who
    I'mdon '
    For
    Smart
    and
    Healthy
    Hair

    states of
    tiled the inipoi
    i h Aiihed thai
    of corn in the
    I.arbad
    iieeounts of the negroes given
    for the poll tux annuMly from ihe
    \-:f.K \-. nun snenistve, ani
    ,,, f'om 1781 to ITfll with the num-
    ber it ntfroeg imported In each
    sag'
    With reference lo the baptisn
    if the negro slave child the Lords
    'ere Informed"I believe negro
    laves or their children are not
    n general baptized,
    l never that I know
    0 men as desite It' Mr. Draith- or of purchasing negroes as he
    waite then went on to relate how does a; pre**"' In art* given
    much benefit had been derived plantation. "<** negroe*
    from the Moravian mlsiionarie- amount to one-third of the whole
    tn Antigua, "and this example Is. "umber; but In warm clunates the
    1 ihould think, an Inducement to 'Imposition of both whites and
    the planters m olhe. Island nww averse to labour
    ..<. ii the Uka mactlce lhmn m col(tar countries, and
    ' ,h "ke t>I8cUc' Mrefort oubt whether without
    Th* l.nrdu of the PriVi COtBgaeU ome compulsion they would be
    .hi wiSSd tt know 11 il woul,, '"due^i to *?
    be noMlblr to rultlvuta lu dvn- *"* <" '* l Bneriuy a< )>?
    ,'m!, W-..-M, ld.nd. by ' ". they wouldI not wort but
    Ih'labnm .t Europeans or of fn-r would trow Idle nd profllMto
    >!ln>U Thnv wrrr advtMd___"I "nd delioy one another and the
    STKtUiInk ii w.7.1.1 r* otilble ountry; and I beUeve tt their
    SJlZ ill u ahumti l.c-.uon, u ollered to them upon
    Si^IrS Tta rurSSomih- "ndltton of workln* as Say
    E" .. ,, flrft arS do morr labourers, not one tenth would
    itronger at ltr,t and do^morr k ^ ^ ^ ^^ %Mn
    The coMtitutlon of a ,..ro t. fit- d.tJtodgjM and uuiueln,- then,
    ted for a hot i-ltmale. With re-
    peet to the rr- wnoM
    . annot apeak with any certninv
    M to their number. I am of opin
    I0K, however, that if the rulriva
    lion i-ould be prrformed by neirrne*
    ockin* a day labourers it would
    M much more for the InterMt ol ' -t lo.
    or plants He would JtML_tl-n J* J? STSXSi u-u
    :tOfll Socl-t Vol avltt. p4tf<
    to confine themselvi
    wife
    nd tharahy attaching thamselvw.
    'o the Interest of their family I
    "ink 'OU might by degrees In-
    duce tuem to labour; and in such
    ases rhey might wish to become
    and It might be for their
    Sfli
    i good ai ii
    ktofci m -i
    w, M I JULYSIA
    Taiuc
    HAIR CREAM
    The Cream q/' Hairdressings
    r,od. SSJSM >: S. M. G. AGENCIES
    J. & R. BUILDING, PXLMETTO STREET, BRIDGETOWN. BARBADOS
    ren are nr-t I"- pianier hb m, " j_
    but baptlam. have either the eare or cxpenae of a -m
    of refuaedUmalntalntn* the youn and the old le-a
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    '. asssent \>oio". who aj
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    lafydtf
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    aeid and may be orer-fhnu.i.irij hy highly se^wned food?
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    SUNDAY, J11.Y B
    SVSDAY VOVOf VTF.
    ! \CE RI.EVEN
    Thirteen CD. &*.*"%?* &UBI
    Schemes 111 June On Rabies Surplus
    ol of SI,51:1,997 for a new road b I
    is among 13 new Development and Welfaie grams whose
    approval was notified to tin* Comptroller in June.
    The total of June grants to the British Caribbean Terri-
    ..'7 242
    -*d new
    road, an all-weailu-r road
    ii-(^ot cm
    town ol New \
    Crabwood Craek l
    river. Thf Km to be Wtflj i
    one of growing populji.
    tains nr<- sufar estate
    siderable new areas
    opened up to cultivation, mainly
    Tw* grants totalling $264,000
    are m and exj> Uag cocoa
    industry improvement
    to the and of 1MI. In V -
    cent. POCOa is '
    Development and Wolf
    of $4S874 for
    cocoa propagrtlor* deigned to
    tirn out plant Inc ma<
    elected cocoa uf71cit>M |
    100 acres a year.
    6 For Brilish Honduras
    Six of the dMBMa Bpj
    June ..ie m layout of llriluJi
    1. where Uic plan h.. just e.
    phase. A gram of S144.ouo u

    .mmeuioicly (of m n i-
    opniem projects. $144.1140 is al-
    iiKjU.i :
    rlea of .. 1
    Department of A|
    certain i-
    $117,672 Ls for
    tcacheib
    and for fane*
    . including the
    ment of a taacoi 1
    for 20 students ,.t tha Technical
    High School and of 1
    room, library, and boatel (or 16
    student* ft| the Central Farm. A
    $18,886 m h m purchase
    of a mobile ctoama unit
    Smaller grants of S4.440 and
    $2M.OO cove,
    emoluments of an
    architect temporarily amp
    the government and
    expenditure on the survey of port
    development at Commerce Bight.
    A grant of $29,040 pr<
    the appointment for two years of

    Windward Islands. Another of
    $25,037. covers the appointment
    to Antigua of an executive officer
    for the Secondary Industries
    Board which it Is proposed to set
    Up in the near future
    Fina'ly. |la\100
    atar** a trainlni* course in sool.il
    welfare fa
    In thl* work. It is pi
    beM ihH tea In IMS
    and ft d t.nned that 1
    wilt incl,i'*> anm
    oftVrr ind Olfl I
    sumr Labour
    we'l as official* of Covermnent
    Social Welter* '
    Approval of thata Urn
    .ho tntM of Dl
    i.l W-lfaro niri to th" I
    wirltntla* thi vr to t9 3o&.iM
    TTe total r April
    194*; it now IM
    World Bunk
    Experts To
    Survey B.G.
    GEORGETOWN. B ('.. July IT.
    British Guiana's Governor Sir
    R .. told th
    il this afternoon that he
    rlispatchcd an invitation
    Miicnt's behalf to the ln-
    '' eeonstmc-
    1 tpmept to send a

    .
    1 informa-
    tion with evident appreciation
    Sir Charles had got a letter from
    the management of the Bank in-
    forming 1 prepared
    to send such a mission ton
    end of this year and he
    that the mission
    would consist of seven or eight ex-
    perts, including t
    omlsts and an agnmltu
    lltural cennom:
    estry expert, a transport
    pert and an engineer.
    tual date of arrival of the
    mission was still under considera-
    tion.
    A two-man mission from the
    BlDk, Messrs Patterson H. French
    and Jacques Tores recently left
    'A ; :>! iff) 1 making a
    preliminary survey of this roun-
    ti\\ developmental possibilities.
    with ;i view to capital requlrc-
    i! KH
    i OllMli.ll l) Mmmi In Oxford
    OXFORD
    Head modi tmt
    arlU at-
    '
    Christ! College. Oxford, from
    July |fl to Juli I
    wil be I
    Henrj Hoi klnson, Mil
    State lor Colonial Affal
    Assistant Tratia
    Com m ission er
    LONDON.
    Mr. !>. J. Parkinson newly-
    r.pp.ir \,;\ A-vi-i,,!.* Tr.e'.e Oln-
    missioncr in the l*i..led Kingdom
    for the British Caribbean, has ar-
    rived in London and has started
    work, pending the ippoinrment of
    the Trade Commissioner.
    Mr. Parkinson, who was form-
    erly deputy Colonial Secretary.
    British Guiana, is now seeking
    pcrmnnent prcmi'
    1 over's office. Maanarhue,
    bed temporary
    1 ri quarters of the
    West India Committee B.l'.P.
    COMMUNISTS WALK
    OUT FROM INDIAN
    PARLIAMENT
    NEW DELHI, July 18.
    Communists p-aether with a few
    1 Andrew front ,no
    I the Indian Parliament
    this mornjna. following the speak-
    UOD f"r the bodily rc-
    Of Communist member
    Hambiu Who oaet aspersions on
    the Speaker's fnimess and persist-
    bd in hb allegation
    .15 WON witness-
    ed when Conununbri heeklan eon-
    Interrupt Horn*
    th Katia in his reply
    during the debate on n bill giving
    two .' I

    curb Communist
    -..Cr.

    which have been
    >ries to bi
    at the conference.
    orttles on malarii.
    .mcer and
    llenlth Srr^'ire will
    poakei
    suggested by
    British auth-
    tuberculosls.

    be among the
    B-r i'
    I lli.Hli.iH Till
    Atfrt-a-meiil
    OTTAWA.
    The 1916 Canada-United King-
    dom agreement to avoid double
    taxation has now been extended
    British Guiana and St.
    I Tha extension, made by
    an exchange of Notes In Ottawa,
    brought to 23 the number of
    Colonial territories now covered
    by trie agreement.
    VA. July 11.
    The Hi
    on rabies called in H
    Health Organization will take
    I
    to 28 July
    Fifty rabiologistj are expected
    from IB couBbraal AfgamsUn.
    Austria, Burma, Ccy-
    V pt, India, Indo-
    Labanon,
    Malaya, I*hilippmes. Spam. SyriJ.
    Thailand and Turkey.
    . dvancdt in knowledg-
    about rabie* have taken p'ace In
    tha pa,*t few years. WHO. hj
    pointed out. This is a Bold which
    had remained more or less static
    for half a eanl
    few scientific workers throughout
    the world are now occupied wl!n
    a careful and Mten
    1 m W h i > onl
    ULs stated. The W.H O. technical
    meeting has been organ ire, 1 1
    satisfy the need for up-to-date
    1 .m he effectively
    applied to combat the dl
    Tan Tumi Agenda
    The ten-point agenda include.
    wing: epidemiology cf
    rabies, clinical manifestations (111
    dogs and cats, domestic livesto.K
    ifei; pathology; diag-
    nostic procedures; production of
    human and veterinary vaccine-
    and serum; pobPMy-b
    vaccines; post-exposure
    in man and animals (local treat-
    ment of wounds, vaccine and
    serum to nal reac-
    tions); organization of field con-
    trol programmes; research
    problems and care of laboratory
    al.irnals.
    The meeting will he held at
    the Pasteur Institute In Coonoor,
    with the Governor of Madras
    presiding at the inaugiir
    Discus-Ion leaders will be Dr.
    M. L Ahuja. Director of the
    Central Research Institute. Ka-
    sauli. India: Mr. Ernest Beaumont.
    veterinary* officer for the rood
    and Agriculture Organization; Dr.
    Harold N. Johnson. Rockefeller
    Institute. Pootui. India; Dr. M.
    Kaplan, chief veterinary officer,
    W.H.O.: Dr. A. Komarov, Director.
    State Virus Laboratory. Haifi.
    Israel: Dr. Hilary Koprowski,
    Lederle Laboratories, Pearl River.
    New York; Dr. Pierre Lepine,
    Pasteur Institute. Paris; and Dr.
    rkeL U.S. Pubii.- m it
    Service.
    Rabies
    Rabies is a virus disc.!-'
    mitted to man by the bite of an
    infected animal, usually dogj.
    W.H.O. pointed out. Other im-
    portant caiTten rie rats, wolves.
    ind foxaa, as well as uie
    mongoose, meer-at and genet 111
    South Africa, and the vampire
    bat In South and Central America.
    Recent imi>orlant advances in
    the study of rabies include the
    introduction of the mouse as an
    experimental animal for detecting
    the virus, the development of
    new and potent vaccines, and the
    use of hyper-Immune scrum in
    the prevention of the disease.
    W.H.O. has sponsored n trlas
    of rabies surveys in different
    IB the
    vaccination of dog?, and as-istcd
    involving
    V a follow-up to
    the Coonoor conference. trie
    Ion leaders will
    nd give iecb-
    -ia, Thal-
    nnd. Bui ma. Malaya, 1
    I
    in preparation for the coo-
    ferai 1 Referaoea H
    Rahie; >
    W.H.O with the h a I eorrl
    MM Of laboratorv
    ,
    'f field control. Demonstratioi
    and standard virus
    II be distributed to UM

    ^.......
    NFW YORK
    rtruj bow to ge; id
    .rop this
    U problem
    in molasses. It has vme 430.000.- 1
    uOO gallons of molasses t.. ditpose
    of this year.
    ..( CuUm
    ;his year |
    tnd a by-p : Ion -ill
    be 50 gallons of molasoc*. That |
    means 400.000.000 gallons of )
    molasses produced in I
    the ,30.000.000 gaUuae carried foi-
    ward from last year.
    Cuba, which sold 130.000.000
    gallons of molasses to the Unite*.
    , rear, nude tha
    take thu year of holding out for
    a riim price for molaases, accord-
    :. CXI-'lt- Ill N
    Or gallon,
    lob. who
    * ii being
    to-day.
    i pin e of fel.uk-
    \ . York open mar-
    . d to 1
    and um United
    importing large quant:'
    . m including the Brtt-
    ih Weal Indkn On
    Amavkon oounblei Europe and
    the Far East.
    the.se Drodueera
    nit than pclcea
    for molasses while Cu .
    Hi).UOO.IKiO-g.illon supply
    Mol, 10,000^00
    . !.n Mils .ear It h.e
    arranged to deliver 120.000.0(H)
    i. the '' '
    -
    irse This, Cuba t'
    pouring nolaaam away, as was-
    ll one time,
    Homo eonsumptii i: ill take up
    another 100.000,000 gallons, but
    Cuba Will still have another 200.-
    .
    by the time the DW rl ' op ft at

    It 1 P
    Cliurc-hill lb Del
    With "Red Dean"
    LONDON. Jl
    Prime Minister Winston Church-
    ill was scheduled to take' pe
    sonal hand in the problem of what
    to do about Dr. Hewlett Johnson,
    the so-called 'Red Dean" of (Hi
    terbury and informed sources pre-
    would boum-e the que;.-
    tion straight back to tt i
    of England.
    Churchill Will
    ment's view toward Johnaon'a
    mpi-ut nf Red ftrm war fan
    l.i in the Con
    afternoon M tha same tune mat
    |he Marquess of Salisbury pei -
    forms a similar task In the Houta
    of I...i.i- .
    The Archbishop of Canterbury,
    Th Most Reverenn i Qeoflra>
    tha church's
    view.U.P.
    S IMiB, 02 Mart
    In Earthquake
    OSAKA, Japan, July 18.
    Three persons were killed ind
    at leaat v.2 Iniuri d
    a strong earthquake that rat kc the city ' '
    . ^r centra] J
    Seismologists Hid IhC '"II Wi
    Mas* the
    i
    poap aeatadjabout 25 mUai be-
    low the earth's surface under the
    mountains of Nara PTofecture
    i i i | and bulM-
    and the
    task of cleaning up 'i
    nparad by strong rains
    that did not let up until day-
    break.
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    m m*di mclaly far
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    i' \l.| IUI I \ I
    r SUNDAY ADVCK ATI
    MMIU HI Y 20, 1S2
    LIU C l/7o\ \OTSS:
    Seismic
    Pressure On Schools Otomation
    Stations
    I7/ a rm a < e irtica I
    Society Holds
    Annual Heeling
    i
    ..i \
    immcdl sou of education in this and
    the number 0( enquiries
    about and i!
    r... o
    Development ,
    '
    .. ;
    ,< of seismic observation :
    M in the Windward
    for the !(,<>
    it Chi
    '
    to he tlnafii-i i
    should not be tilled ;it out-
    wm.
    ThU M*
    ache of the Educational .
    has been tiggr."
    toundlnc ilKiircs of ppUcanti for
    Harrison Cr-
    Combermere School.
    en trying to show that
    t was an rtune for
    permanent g,H
    i Wwk
    . lilt lo 111'"
    Druggists and theu apyrenU. e*
    ei ai the Y.M.C.A on Friday
    I llta for the Annual
    . After the tlec-
    Ui. T. S. Ollon
    been elected prtdeni
    third successive year,
    ibera to give more el
    tnr and services to the
    Iwaid
    .lid leeward bland*

    p wflhDowj n ;..,,
    K< luxation in Barbados that some- ncted that, while the paucity of
    thing always went wrong at Im-
    portant stages of our di "
    Mere la another iiurtan"
    unfortunaie that two or
    three schools were being built at
    Annual
    Mill soon be
    L-umnuitee and
    leelurea will be given 0U
    .ubjecu ..i.o it la hoped
    public will alien* in
    l he officers and
    as follows;
    tdent: Mr. P. S. Oiton,
    Vice-President Mr. A. A.
    Junior Vlc< -President
    740 Applkunts
    \l llll < ill I I 01 Mll.lil
    WERE 360 APPUCANT8 FOB
    III rtVEE.N M KSV 19 PLACES
    |MD \ l < "Mm I Ml Bl li" U
    wni 3i6.
    This means that 740 pupils are
    seeking entry to schools supply-
    ing secondary education
    be admitted lhal i numlier of these
    applicants are idrrady pupils Of
    private secondary schools and
    others are pupils of Ccmbermcic
    seeking Unsafe. An
    exaggem* : 140 would
    seeking entry Inti
    .in indica-
    tion that jiiio-iimodatlon has not
    kept pac nanda of a
    i
    . will reveal thai
    :.ird In the clemrntarv
    schools I: ned, pupils
    whose pan
    otherwise
    Schools m ordei
    hiit they might get rome sort of
    education to fit them for earninp
    ;. livelihood.
    i now M-eking entry to
    these two schools would fill anoth-
    er srhc*'. Hafrltui
    College Ol
    1 be hardly more than 120
    admitted because of the limited
    number of places and
    480 will tie lefl ii ti
    , ubUc commission,
    this is It.
    lurhenro In
    :.
    impossible, u* systematic record- ]',,
    nigs of future aeUvUlea are k<
    I reason to believe that it will *,|r "^ g Clarke Secretary- Mr
    i last week was caused by be poaatbln lo work out u teeh- i, ', llano Awiirt-4ni tnuiJuLj j'
    , the figures i Iqus of interpretation wruoh w. -uSixSJSW;
    Hid bscause there seems to bai I warning to be f! t^hJ rr"*"ttW: S4x
    i tool. The Engineer dMuxbsncet may result ('hSAA n ahJ 1 I r
    i, nlders spent much time strait. .. |n nrd<.r > D. Alleync end I T.
    adequate detailed informa- '
    nanenarj to -------------
    i. ding stations
    .......i a did and

    ^ ill be to

    I the islands
    lo eismic
    i tool.
    - aiders .
    ting out the matter, but they did. < ptai
    I oiiadalion
    It soams to teal UM
    . School-
    . .iimated
    I ou-ll because ol

    . -.iiooU. This delay na
    driving boys,
    .uld bav* gone .
    . .
    rlarrteaa Col- ,
    be detecLfd. Observa-
    "niinuous phenomena
    y and the
    i i tin
    ... '.
    earthquaka ibock will be
    Unuouely recorded by auto-
    . by a
    the 1,
    on Coiiii
    (. ollegy.
    the pi
    ibu
    en>
    (sruntcd Letterb
    * m Vdiniui-lraliim
    At Friday's sitting of the t otarl
    Uary His Lordship Mi.
    Jll ! G. L. Taylor gianted Ibe
    Joyce O. Thompson
    of Culloden ltou foi 1. it, o|
    ition to th.- i
    i John Matthew Belling.
    a Faliner, instructed
    ii R. I < baiaaaan "t Mecsri
    ('arrington 6> Scaly. ~5olirlUu>.
    . etitloner.
    ., (how I* .1 il. .,;-
    r Arthur
    i ihjt with
    \
    conditii". i
    cation for Ihi li
    rather Ironical tiuit they
    should get less thl..... m iking f.
    denied the opportunity whirl. I iu,iing ti
    ajak,
    The in. i ..\. Meeting; on lath AilKti*
    in the improvement or the stand- TIl(. Exciuli'
    ?id i \}uTu1>u,y :,luca,,'i,l
    the eitabllshment of more schools
    like that at Richmond.
    will be '_, a, Thomnv f,'
    Bl H UK of
    j "l~rvi. Jm. The petitioner la the
    ;:;", ,h0 ""lion, b Attomp, in
    p*bU r eiiebiiah- BUaiark Smith
    kd, a luniiet
    tvclopnienl and Ela- ------------------------
    Bfl ..... WUlmora to ,. n \\ ill I,; Be KYsi'lUVtl
    u
    i :.tniui the ataliona. HI Lordahlp Mr. Justice O L.
    .
    . M-'sara Carrlnglon
    iaimaaj. uui ol Jul, .ncitora, to re-eal
    th. A..ut.nt Conun cv,d c^,
    iCOi I VOTES:
    Visit To Sea
    Scouts
    ...* ..,.. i> ""; .! w.lta.i- iuiiu. and do '"e rtU of the Revd. Cano.
    i >t Pnai- Alfred Jamo. Walker. Lite ol
    A. Colonial "" .|i. nd Wellaie luinU K'lKland gloved lit the l'uii.ii I
    The Wills ,.f Herbert Henry
    Montreal. Canad.
    I
    Death By
    Misadventure
    Pressure
    ion met on Mondi
    HNar "onsltki-iii, l
    wbkta win
    i
    The pressure on these aaeOBK..
    schools in st Michael Is not lWh of Augost, for adoption.
    Sof mushroom growl anmltteei
    cars ago It should 1.
    realised that pupUi i ...... Waetaati
    (N. Jack nd A. Smith.
    D their m kng to Com i,
    Urman -nd Uawieav toUesc I t, MNysre. I

    R.I.
    on ('itiii-yi- luii !t the example or ..
    Kj U. U H llnrton had ,, '' ''!; .
    lowed, the drift 10 town B A. b'mite
    school* uld not have bafq Ml "''
    ii when he was
    . School, lhre I

    p: and one such boy, the ihe Issue of warrani '
    late Mr lisle <
    r
    Mr. Burton can ,- ,;..
    soon after or there might Bconten Mtettai
    SaadU n (NOT Cub, ;
    ridge.
    Those people who an
    with son..
    hlch schools like the Foundation Meeting of Hovers and
    ..S.Ms
    ear
    -'nan jury n,...1
    . misadventure
    Mi ( 1
    .ucstinto
    ihe elreuTii
    death of |
    Kludcd at the UlstiRt
    ' Iday afternoon.
    rvllh the motor car G-2SW ut the
    >i Mapp Hill and Haggatt
    on Juno 25 .ma wa^ in-
    at ii- Qem .1 lloaptui
    urug in* Rcetdeni
    toUowing
    Dr. A. ;. Cato performed tho
    ix.l morr.

    i iiu' injuries rr-
    Toppni of St
    N Crlch-
    tow of I) era also.
    dmlttad to probate.
    GARDINER AUSTIN & CO. LTD.,
    BRIDGETOWN

    Decree Absolute
    Pronounced
    In the Court of Divorce and |
    on Friday
    His Lordship Mr Justice G. L.
    T.iylnr pronouneed die Decree
    lute in the Matter of R. A.
    :he. petXUonar arlri K. o.
    .iiihe. respondent.
    granted
    the 30Ui May, Tho i
    peered In person.
    t'4'iti.\' WITH
    REDIFFUSION
    FOH ll I llll LUri'KNUVC
    llvur it nl Trafalgar Stri'vl.
    ACCIOKM A I
    BLACK ROCK
    PETITION OF
    COOPERAGE GRANTED
    jnd the \ lab
    win realise that lomethlng
    to have been dona long .i:i> in rhei* **"_
    the case of the Alleyne ethool II nd '"
    t vomt raj underatandlng ai p.m
    why a new clabornte M-hool wai 26th July, 1W2.
    eaae.........'
    M
    otin

    U tue G L.
    .miTion
    i the Uarb-oV^ Cooiier-
    .j bacama In- Limited :" eonfirrn a Special
    vt.ivwi in jii ,t,, of thr con .
    ut it Memorandum of
    I I
    H mm
    I Act, 1910. Mr.
    :'>'! dnv. n by 3 : \... | v Mestrs
    ' Si Jo ;. 1 tie Cat ord & Co Solic 'ors,
    Broorna .... behalf ..f
    fl .ll Ho.|
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    1 A, pig

    Ch ken Maddles
    S'A t Com
    I 01 Chocolate
    (, I.. M
    Ul,V
    Onions

    Kctrhup
    Chutney

    M i" a Chutnev Lsanea ..
    l'kgs
    Jellies Prune- -ll
    H;,.- Ina


    Golden Arrow Rum
    fflUONS A #'.. i.Tlt.
    Roebuck Street Dial 2072 & 4502
    ia>aeaaae.a>aaaeaaaaaea4aa>eeaa.
    MR. PLANTER
    WE IIAVI.
    SHOVELS
    AGRICULTURAL FORKS
    SICKLES
    PICK AXES
    HOES
    WHEEL BARROWS
    ROPE IN ALL SIZES
    BOLTS IN ALL SIZES
    GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES
    P.ICKriT M'KEKT (Oppos.p- Post Omrel 'PHONt 4918
    FOUR FAC
    that
    (pJwJtedL
    ljouui co/l:
    *ss*
    '
    t-.iftBK^U
    to a new sUndard uf aulomnhn<*
    ts ihr HVI SIM: IIItFAM CAR In
    ether trarda Ihe r o v I I <
    ImIIII.,1,11, Hi i ..ii. i i.tian of
    Ii.m net. Iu*ur motoring.
    And Ihe price of our new -.hipnient ?
    li\ DOWN! The CONSUL is now S2.675
    Oflite MM
    Charles McEnearney & Co.. Ltd.
    ..patted m *
    -keeps oil "
    \
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    -I MHI It I S .'II. 1952
    SI SI.AY ADVOCATl
    I' V(.F TI1IF I
    IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
    SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
    Nl'l I I \l OIIIIIS r<- now iMiiiliiblr i our Irrunrlirs Whilr I'ark.
    Tnt-t'ilsiilr. S|i< i^hisi.Mi ii iiiid Sh.ih Street
    Usually N" c UmnXI Ml PI
    BACON-fMrB SI.M Sl.20 ",','.',",.",' V.......\,"'.'' ",;.1""' ""'' "'
    I lii.Krn. i r. ol .Mu*liri,i,in IVnprr Till, (oil-
    STNNGLESS HI \Ns Tin. .39 .36 T *"""r '"
    TOMATO JlH"KTin., XI 311 ''""" Ma.aroi.1 ,.hi, ( i. Urn ,M
    OMMi >lt..r..iil uli (Inm mi, ill
    rONOTin!, I2:i I.in 1 ....1...1 -i..i:Ii.iii iiii I,..., um
    I....V...I sii.nh.lll illi ChMM Mil.II .*!
    I.KINKINC STRAWS Vr,.i.,i,i, Sail..... 11....in,,is.- Urn .11
    ."ilHI (KM phi, *" .72 \ .1 ii.lr ~,Uil In M i.i.iiu.i.. Sm.ll 41
    11.kill It. mi l_.rm- .S*
    VI STOUT :lll .26 U.I.-.I ll-in- M..II :i
    D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
    milOHS Of fAMIlllS agin with uintiH, finding, rhof .
    \\ycCA5V
    lf|H....I.,.,M

    I" Ihr Ula
    Rlnc Crow VI
    Gordons
    Stonds SuptetHZ
    n/CLEANS YOUR TEETH
    ^CLEANS YOUR BREATH
    V HELPS PREVENT DECAY
    forayi bfwih rmf !.
    right niii i alinj ,.,, ,
    COLGATE DENTAL CREAM
    A1VNOUN CEMENT
    mmmm\mmtmmmmm
    AUSTIN A.70'
    HEREFORD
    NOW
    $3,400

    We are happy to announce that the Austin Motor Co., of
    Eiu'.l.inil have reduced the price of the Austin 'A.70' Hereford
    4 door Salooii, enabling us in turn to reduce our .selling price of
    this popula.ear from $3725.00 to $3400.00
    This New Price is now in effect.
    ^miMii
    ECKSTEIN BROS. BAY STREET


    PAOI I in i; 11 I s
    -I Ml\Y UIVOi Ml
    SUNDAY. Jl'IY 2. l32
    CLASSIFIED ADS. p,m,c SALES ri""r < 1>iXW^EHE^slSHIPPING NOTICES
    ICLCPHGNf- 250
    THANKS
    Cl VBhl ii.

    bag <

    on In*
    (Wain or -1,*.. Hilai Clarke
    1 Queer. -< BObbbmI
    Mlllicer. C!rkr
    Jlflwyr. Cl .1* .vlvia
    InW 'd 'l"l*V tfmnd-
    rtlMrw 11lr.
    ion KALE
    AUTOMOTIVE
    ..t-:i V*lo*
    IBM OtW grlTSO a
    MBf Garage
    REAL ESTATE
    \T -I
    \ni l m l
    fronug I
    ...lb ..
    ,.ldu..-
    Venial
    .rid km*
    toad" T*. Main W.lr Ble.lM.lt..
    UM about B 10 *q II -o.iM ronslde*
    seltlr.e i
    virAv dial DM Apply -Landfall'
    Lane. '
    * ipattri.
    ate Co
    *. A % lilt

    HELP
    NOTICE
    UMuMI
    vlallor. and
    Anlin A
    IKlttlOil
    M ai.H nnrMl
    Itn
    CnaWUM >i
    i
    Holder la
    i.-j .

    BB ;
    \o, B WO mile*
    Available
    Telephone 3t14
    leggjs sug*r-de Lux* x *
    M* caah. beet oT*r. bought
    claae order.
    If T 3
    ha.osic tnioi An-nii-
    Petifltsm j Albion" Lode* (Foundation <
    -* Unable at Qua.--. Collage, a. fro.,
    frpUmfcfl 1?

    rKi m wi Ml condole-

    ; i
    ""l"-'l
    mllo reeding HMO mil*. battery and)
    I VIM m A-l condition, price I.oao M
    ;.- Mar ot an at
    l i (infold SI
    . .'-< is 7 aa->>
    AR VsuxAall Velox in A I ...ndi-
    n Only row 41 for Mill'
    OtnH i Rice.
    e H Rice at Co lit M 1 f.n
    CARS Austin A 40 l
    tood can-

    Irndrd In* tuner.'I
    IN MKMORIAM

    And took him homa
    ReBBemaeird hy Mra
    FOR HI. VI
    HOUSES
    AMreruva seaside Plat main road U*
    tltifft, comfortably furnish-
    H-ia. 0|>*n Verandah facing n* Suitat
    BBJNCA1 i i BunaaioM.
    lliiatrd Pin* latr.i
    tairatog Wiir.uih. Drawing and Dining
    Rooom. two Bedroom.. Water Toilet and
    Balk. Kitchen Dal nil V P Birgaas
    Bella C.ull> IS T MAn

    llflj A t --rir.il
    DON'T MIBfl TMgflB -A
    Bad room Stone Bungalow.
    to Adm.r* all Modern Cors
    Now Sea Going I'w-i f
    New 1 Bedroom iparlly Stone' Bunga- Bach applici
    low. alaa a R*eid*nee to Adn.iie Omn or near relative of a 1
    Under SJI 100 BY NAVY OAI laned circumstance*
    Very Desirable* Bedroom witn aMains A A|>plic.ii,.,i. , lli
    Ci.pbo.raa, It inch Alooa Bwwalaw Thr Secrrl.rv Albion'' I
    Rooau. S Toilel.. Uaraao. Ban r r
    Room. Everile Hoof. A-l Condition. UaaOMbt Hall.
    Hark Yard ancloaod wlih atone, aba-n pry Straaf
    I1.0M , M Ooln* for Only Cnatot
    CI.IM AT MAXWB1J. HIM. A -
    New i Bedroom Sloae Bunaaiow. about N."fTII"|i"
    1H Aero, Gome Under BLlM at VIIVti
    LJUHnUOTB X LANK A 2 Redmo"., AU male rllUena of the Uniled
    I CASHIER AND OPFlCr ASSISTANT
    I Mm or frmif. Appiv bv inter and i
    Iparfton II Cheaarr-i' IM. Roebocl
    I OVEPaSatIR WEUDKR Tor
    fpactoa'. St Loct Sutceaef^l
    jwlll take "p appointment
    ' Augutt Apply Hanaser
    >.in, -i
    A- I
    *i> I lib
    '"p. Oovt
    1 Ranialn. Very Low
    Ootna Under CtJOO C M>
    lor Almoat -t.ythln* In Heal EMale
    l-*-l Batata Aernl.
    . Ilftat-
    "HERN! HAV COTTAfir
    I rili Id perchaa ol land at Land End.
    SI UKhael Klactm- and wati
    ... i.:i,,|
    PlItaUSON TRACTOBJV-Juat arrlvad
    \RAOE
    Dial Ml*
    ii I'.TERY CAHAOr
    HI IfOtuUI OIPTOI 0 SALOOM, fafel
    only 1.70b mlloa and ft* nev. O.n-1
    '.irrhfttod i-im-r car A bargain a1
    U "00 no tMal uia. COURTTSY (iAPAGK
    .J.u.
    Water. Elortru-*. Very be-.ween ihi <- or II and "*i" renldlnd
    In Barhftdoa ara roquorted In ral< at
    n CiHiaulata fru-Ti Julj 1 to
    SL. I9J lDI S*lm S-nrlce Heaiatratlon
    under the Unlveraal Military Tralnln*
    Servi- AM.
    All mala Cltlirna of the filled "tataa
    no attain the aSe of IB yean eub-
    arquant to July SI, IBS1. air require.!
    to rasutar upon the day thev attain the
    eiSMaonih annivcraary of th- day of
    llwlr birth, or within Sv* dan that a-
    after
    For fuitlier InformatMn. con lull (he
    American Cumulate. Brld|etown, Bar-
    badoa H i SS-I f D
    MISCEIXANhOlIS
    KANTTfl TO BSNT
    HUNilAl-uW Il-.roe Room Bungalow
    B.luated on aea Coi.il
    Haitlnaa. El. Lawrence or Rorhlau
    Lena Lewae pi'lerred. from Oclubee
    - "I Edw.rdT "
    ROYAL NETHERLANDS
    STEAMSHIP CO.
    bAIUNo rBOM i i bupc
    - in im I,, klboeb
    ms m IULEMSTAD. Um Audual ifBl
    BABUNn ro rtUMUBAB. rajKAMABBBO
    *S llllil-M f.| I \>. V
    ^TOK Bin AuBu.1 IBU
    j HONAIRE. StOi AuaniM IBU
    - *ll IM. Ml IIMMI.M, A i I K\l \U
    l HaaTTIA. 22r.d July IBM
    KAILINO TO TRINIBAD
    I fWTHIE. IftTh July IBU
    r Ml MON. BON 1 CO in
    Af.ala
    Tne M V CARIRBEE will a.ept
    Anbdua. SI KMU.
    Moatarriftt. Sallina
    July IMS
    It.T.I
    C.ENTIJEMAN ii- P...I... tl.-t .,
    trtval* home. ! HaatlnBa Near (lubi
    and Bavanrifth. no other glBffd.
    BIB IB 7 U hi
    Street, at I K a
    HUmilNSON a> HANFTEI.O
    7 An
    l.inil*
    HOt-'SE One boarded and
    houae IB I* arlih ahadroof,
    and all out offlcaa. Newly puUl
    h/ Ihe Uland Apoh to Ml
    K 11 < .
    Hoad iShopliacpari I 7 In
    Sin Austin iwo i
    lUitin A 4t Car Telephor
    Srotl A- lo Ltd
    l-l:ol-|3ITV
    Pi iiln, *.
    i..|..-t>
    'u particuU
    St I .13 Ii

    NOTICE
    PARI-M M HKi.r ,|! (
    ' BOM I t ln.pn I

    KKDarrUSlUN Offrri II SO eaab lor
    each now Bubaerlbar racommendad b>
    you. I T I- *n
    SUPPLEMENT YOUR R*
    nroaunnidim: RaTDirn-SION obtain
    full partlculara froan the REUirKL'S.L'N
    oBli-e ITUBo
    H A Talma.
    'elchea Chrti'
    IS : bi i-
    'IWlNTV-rn'B DOIiAA-.
    'torn Ratliffuiion for U nrcommem;*.
    tur-a In one calendar montn
    i 7 M '..,
    c
    iiiiiiiliiin Niitiiinal Slnaiushins
    t MONEKA -I.
    tn I.
    K.tl.
    St Co .
    1 f ft
    Bib lii
    NOTICE
    ordora for tho
    iipprcclala II If
    led will uniinunlcau their
    rtaaUraaBaBBai to u. Iiwaaadiaaaly
    Bak|
    U.ECTKIC'AL
    il Charn.lcki1 Chrl.l
    i nuirn. on the publk rt...d faclnc an- I
    , trance to Saawoll Aarpori
    :u mh aquara foot of land faclaaj Laa
    |pahmaa at RoctUa*. Chnm Church
    I MI square foot of land at outlier ol
    110 voita Crumpton A Conrtltution I
    , ,. Beat o*
    nd ckaaiwat n->lv avaklabla. Electric All Ihe above lond
    I'li-ne 4*71 'ins Mr -
    Tn.
    , .hi i Baaaaaa)
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    II T.I
    (-A It TUB IT
    t-inanj ajuWf
    n<.m I k|#J|ai
    I
    I I I "KIN*. I
    BM *I*S.

    dte. 81 l*r'- re Itabla llr 1 onlj
    Available July 18th ohward PTi.r.r Bn
    fSoO.
    oi watl iub ta H
    OU Coloured luhea *
    bftUaat* holder", itarteta. e*c
    in 1 iwn at ElrctrW S-le. t
    i tin
    II 7 U*n
    IfYTIII.
    ri in i
    . pd aen-buthli
    -iiitahic dm larsi
    lice a A|.|>i
    llnberl r<-lephone Bill
    ihrd frerni HipUmb.
    JOHNSON B Pollfthci f or leim. pnoii' IS . >
    1 Ma!* A T-i Rnon..... Maod l Chaaaoaii U
    THE1AB-NV II llnrd home from SI M ... 30 7 W 1'.
    REALTORS LIMITED
    AUCTION SALE
    AT llSt AM
    On Tuea.1 II Ub
    llllel. W HI .

    lliook*' re-
    HUl. Khiii .' Drawln.
    r* ihnli* and
    carved pedeatat Ahtra>.
    birch table with enamel top. ona ama'l
    '1ig|iii.i lib la. palmed duuim iwm
    ' p, ona lennaona double bed. wilh
    ibarkir.il -pi.n,
    inl.li
    trul

    items of .mi i
    tabld. pift'iOBany client of lection thiw bill '
    7 cubic i
    '
    rACIT ELT/'THU. CALCULATOBB -
    Sear iilachlnra nave been proved to b*
    Rahtaaj- af all aLprinc a*a-
    B* Wuh *as< to opaaale 10 k*.
    iiaid II i" the only machine wbicli

    abova will be set up lor sale on
    lb. Wth Jul*. ItSI at our office,.
    "treat at 1 00 p n
    HUTCHIKSOS A BANTUELD
    : H .,
    ,an a\ i
    fi 7
    REAL, rWTATE Newl> erorled. malm
    itn* bunSBloW. in Bond .nuditi.i:.
    Michael. 2 milaa fron
    In
    NOTICE
    in l l l II UM i OMMI NIIV BAD
    tND II \t l\.. I II I Ii -I ANIIBI W
    - l':irotnu|l
    -
    for Picnickinn and aiiernoon enlei -
    IBM F.n d..... HIM
    ll III.II s.\i.i:s
    i Trunk in <>a-!
    | Hull,,.,.... H~.
    IS T MJn
    ..... IIIIIWI
    QUEENS COLLEGE
    AUCTION
    nina* haui<
    Da- Luai
    olth ON
    -id 1-apaod chauilerai Two f if kup Heada
    naadaa worriaa. In aBbraclive waamui
    .-Idnata. A limited uanUA/ anl>
    MAFFEi j, CO
    II.-ii ,
    , LTD
    r underalgnrd Will offer for ule al
    i office No IT MiBh Street, on Friday
    SMh July ! at 2 pm. by public
    w .b.pmant of Uarrard competition, the DwelUnahoua.. known
    iad Automatic Chandrra at f.lervllle'' atandlnl on 2BM aquare
    Maffri A Co Ltd Radio Em- '"t of land at Uoire Strrrt. Brllrvillr.
    .St Michiiel Tho Umellim|ho>iie contalna
    Kaller... diawliiB* and dining rooms. Iwo
    bedroom i, ton* with running water*.
    MbV UftjalM '*"
    hagiranri on bbbUbbBbb la Mr
    M. A M Laahioy b> phoning *r7
    Ear further (wticulait and eondlUodB
    ..( aara apply to
    COTTtE
    roaard *.,..i ..
    Ali.r.BIc Ho,..,. t Tamo.
    1. I
    -tl Land ronsed at ten -i
    Wedn-eo,'.
    lid Jniv Caari on in. f.-,n ,.| th<
    - 'i A i
    candldulo*

    'INDER THE IVORY HAMMER
    I 'ion* ncaived in BMJ
    .1
    1 CATTOIID A CO
    Sola
    11 T
    Ii RErRIOEJIATORS-7 i
    inr auaranteo.
    n food and He compart I TREVOR". Black Ruck. V
    ,-- on I a aoateahle bungalow-typo Bli UllnB-
    >ii Ro>ai Uorago LU Trasfthon* hauae. alandina dn I rooda 3Q pa re bee. al
    rrid-y,
    U f -\,un Van.
    1
    BM1 Auli.i Car. j
    in avifeii worki- urdot Teimslli
    i
    VINCENT GRU-riTII. I*
    Aiictlooear I?!
    S-4n I,
    ONI III ITtKilllAIHfc

    land.
    .....i-i.ii.
    and .limn*
    i iiiiiiIiib
    .arbla-tiled
    sraa
    I iliilll-lull
    111 m Ctna i
    I VK BATTERY SETS-Jiut I*. led
    ' rl.-. IIADIO I Vl'OUIl M
    IMiaf) fctB
    , sand .,1.1.1
    ...ii Dial
    It 7 SJ-3n
    ^ laasdaj i |
    IAYERS- Ujirard
    Two Models- MB) to an
    i. yours now IleMrlc Sale
    ?Ml
    lT.T.aS4n
    and. on ground B*RtL
    braablaal roean. waaH-
    i Ac Baa Hiss Ry, Qa>
    W.'i-i UIiiUi-I
    Csai *.*.. ai"'l'w
    orchard, in apucloua *ftid.
    The houae and outbuildings have lull
    lam repaired and painted n.
    In aim Ii.iii any day ixccpi Sunday
    from 10 im to 4 p.m. on application lo
    she Caretaker on the prcmiaca
    I I Hood M perches of Land Oppoalta
    TREVOR -1 Mack B.-k
    Th* .hove properties will be Bet up
    for -ale lay Public Competition nl ui
    OBks. Jam** BBMgl
    August al I pm.
    YtAHWOOD A BOVCE.
    Ill SS--Tn
    11 'KNITL'RE
    IURNITVRE ix^bl- Wardxiba. SVal
    i alATMtBd Uiaa-ii.t
    rabbi % aoltd panel Bedstead. Bed-
    line Motria
    Itnind Now
    I OH Sill
    MISCKI.LANKOLS
    CIsYTIIANTUB BULBS >.
    Australia, otrialnftble at BWol |
    DniB Store. Ltd ench.
    7 M
    INDIK THE DIAMOND
    HAMMER
    I unl -II i, a BBl
    Wartnsado. noxt SSr July fr(iniim| at
    HJt -VliA-fc .tl era*, vilea. near Crane
    nolal. ** PhiUp an rtiUro BM
    ra wkkn meludaa p
    niitott aria a*d ebabr, .u ..
    M.iog dtnmg table and cl.an.,
    . ng f.ibl. and chairs, Sido-
    bonrd. tea Iroiloy. Indv'i dark, painted


    iiallrMB.
    hairs. kiKhrn uteiv i
    tare and other Item, of Inlercsl
    i-ll DARCY A SCOTT.
    UNDER THE SILVER
    HAMMER
    iy. 23nd b. kind pernilasion
    Hi 1 . will Ml
    1
    .< h.de.
    Table Upright Chads.
    it Tables.
    i lira all in Mahog
    . .
    ire* and Psintim
    (Oleum, 1-arge 3 ml Mud.
    Press Vanity Table v. llh Tin
    t and Mat-
    tiaa*. M T Waahatand all In Mahogan>
    i .mvat Cut.
    l*rder. Kit
    ... ramMll
    iv tio-Kound. Elec
    Th. follow in, Ih
    , u ir.i admaajsm '
    it* School Y- I i>,
    bej |ffaj
    / I.l.RYNV. Iv
    1 AI.LEYNE. Leonora Vatai
    1 ARCHER. Ida PatrH-ia
    * BKI.IX. Ilainrt Yvonne
    S. BEST. Brands Pamela
    BILATHU.AITE.
    1 PIIAT1IWAITE. Marline
    10 BRATMWAITE. Sli.iiev Nadln*
    blluOKER, Barb:
    -K1AN. Myyna Maigarat
    11 c A DOC! AN Yola Cnrr-me Oertrude
    II. CAI.LENDER. Doborah Lucille
    i vT.UNTJER Maureen Odoasa
    C OfcaV Anna Clare
    17 CRAOXiS. Brenda
    IB COX. Janml"
    HkHBATCM Mi...
    ill CUMRFIinAr
    MS *.
    B t:<>NBAL>Va>. Venus Barbara
    '
    11 KINO. Rosaline Enise
    M : EM IS. Irene Adcli*
    17. LEWIS. Shlrlo. Evoii
    M LUCAS. KbdbM Htllrietta Glenn
    H i -, mii Olorta
    MAJbBKALL. J"v
    VAHSIIAtL Joyoa Celeale
    UAIUMALL, Margaret Ann
    MASON, Valmal JaneUi
    MAYERS. Juil. A
    MAYNAHD. Dorcon Naomi
    MURRELL. Ulian Owendolv
    MEDTORD Joy AnBela
    I'lKiHlM, J.idi l.Mill
    PROVERBS. Frances Ann
    i'i 11 >. I >i. i Pott at If
    M

    HaMnral JaaaagUBC
    . itositii Barbara
    PFUNOEB tlloria Amorel Yvei
    Anita
    s.jl ,11 - BhaatM-n II.in .i
    T/.Y1-*. Joan Mtetam
    1-..VI..H. V., l Ele,-n
    rmiMi"-
    TlenltPi: Barbara Hi-m
    WARD. Penelopo D*ihloii
    WEATIIKRIIEAI). He,.uier .
    WlLKIMBON, MolBRrattfl CLabafl
    YAJvTJC, Mu'lel Ve.iillii.
    TaVkfaWOOD B*H MB Y* aTlBMi
    10 7 ii-"<
    I Aliv i;
    CANADIAN CHAXaUCNOElt
    l-ADY Nl
    CANADIAN CRUfSSat
    CAS VHI v .

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    VOBTIinoi m,
    . II

    AN UHAM i ii ,i : NQI R
    IADY Nl i
    alls galls
    y...Uf.nl Maui.,
    n Juki M July
    " July
    4 Aug.
    It Aufl
    Aufl
    Sept
    IS Sepi
    Rapt
    I Aiit
    11 Aua;.
    :j a ,
    id Jdty
    Avg
    > Sept.
    ffcHR
    BBJs-ls
    ) Aug 4 A
    UAug IS Aug.
    M Aug. Aull
    SBept 4 g.,;
    IT Atpt IB Sept
    *4Sapt WBapL
    Arrlsaa
    Bi '..a...
    7 Aug
    13 Aug
    *. Sept.
    B OB*
    IK Or'
    * Aub
    H A..
    St Aug
    Id s*pt
    IB sS
    J Oct
    I Oct.
    ii on
    St.III..
    SB Aug
    WA-i
    II Sept.
    SB Sept.
    S Sept.
    11 Oct.
    II OM
    II Oct.
    SI-.....-.I
    IB Aim
    2 Se).l
    14 Sept
    XtSept
    2 Os,
    14 Oct
    14 Oct
    4 Nov.
    M lather perUcalarv apply la-
    GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. AfenU.
    5
    lmm Si4rtt ___J:
    Booh' Mlnrral Sslta to*
    i mi.-. Ilorsn., Oob*a EH-
    Most animals in Darbados X
    suffer from deficiency <.t S
    minerals in their food X
    Bd-sU' Mindif Minrral SgJts 4>
    in' highly riTommi'tiiii'il for
    this. V* fe. | Uaj,
    Boots' < hi.ir,.lull
    Taliin-
    Body odours.
    Tsbirh for l/
    JUST RECEIVED
    ExIcdaIvp Lblings of Good
    l'U PrsB-irty and l and
    Always Available
    FOR SALE
    dining roons. imoo-l. kllalioii
    detached Baragn and seivanfi
    quartan Pleaaant garden wall
    aid out with lawns and bordons
    Ol flowering aliruba E1.7J0.
    COVE SI'HINc; HOLM '
    JAMES Ona of the law proper-
    lias on this popular ooaat ulth i.
    complcbrly private and seMuded
    bathing baach. Th. grounda of
    about |*i acre* ara well wooded
    and could readily bo converted
    Into one of Ihc show places of
    the Island Th. house is of I
    storey i and possesses noticeable
    II. GRAEME HALL TERRACES-
    Recently built 1 atorey houaa
    ronatriM-led of stone with eve rite
    roof Large living room, gallory.
    3 bodrooma, kitchen. laundry, 1
    t rooma and garage
    VILLA VTCQUE. ST VINCENT
    Utaui.iuii- UUiaiod nouse built
    i>f local stone willi magnificent
    new. onlv ri'j miles riom Kings-
    town. 100 yards Aquatic Club
    Beach will, excellent swimming
    I bedioonia. 2 bathrooms, lars*
    lourute (XI x li>. verandah tSu x
    it', and usual outbuilding* etc
    SKA PORT. ST J AMESCara-
    (Lilly re-modelled 1 stony hour*
    it one of the most a'.tractiva altar
    i Uih> increasingly popular area
    lutiful coral sand Peach and
    aid* bathing Dining rooan.
    '. irrandnhs on both floors.
    NEW BUNGALOW. RUCKLEY -
    liu .. home with 3 bod-
    largo Li* mt room, wide
    riilah with good view, kitcban.
    SWEETFIEI.D. St Pete- An
    Estate typo house built of atono
    Contains large living room wit i
    windows leading ooW
    Bdtni
    rBB
    ol
    rcupted h. I
    RESIDENCE.
    tiki-r i in ks it
    (RIB' lOINOATION MBOCIL
    lowing appiKunt* I
    ihe School
    IBU. Seplam-
    * ,,. ipfii r.ir-m. and or Guardians
    i ual iiiukks lh* Haadniisi
    Mono-- IMR September. Ia.
    M i BYNE. Ja.
    .
    i AKI'-INGTON
    CARTER. H-ines snana
    ULARKE. En"" rnaaU
    r:\i-K
    llltAYTK
    HI.HFH Aflgala i
    (1AKCTA. Losalda
    GASKIN. Myma IlrH>
    i..itf\s Barbara Ckdildo
    ... 'I !.-!
    QRAHAM ''.--
    HINDS. Angela HennMta
    ll. Sonla KXranor
    [jiurlne AnIU
    SLDfCK. Mean Jaoqi
    I.KA* "vK I.U. W>
    PAHR1S Betir RoaeWa
    IMixiitlM Valerie Bltne
    I havf not worn thum myself, but believe me. ^
    dita have I old me that
    "Taylor-Woods
    -if> GUsaM 15 denier hose they hate bought from me axe
    so comfortable that they feel they would never take i*
    o them off. Kur elegance dependability and up to the
    vary last minute look ii is impossible even to match
    them. As the Chinamen would say "Come! Look! SeeJ
    Mad you will surely Buy."
    Wf have theri with Self Colour or Black Seams.
    Wj also have another make and remember they are
    . i not 60 and 15 denier as well too. The Public
    I kimw very well that when A. E. Taylor
    lythtng, it has to be Rood. Therefore my 9
    .ulvicr to \.>u la -see these elegant Stockings before S
    buying elsewhere Thev arc made for EVERYBODY S
    alone. \
    Another item we have just opened and which HITS X
    the H a lovely assortment of $
    S reasonably priced Night Latches, Padlocks and Door J
    \ Looks. Da cheaper than any other S
    * Store in Bridgetown.
    A.E. TAYIMH LTD.
    SO Dial 4100
    where ;
    Qualities are HIGH
    and
    Prices are LOW! I S
    & :
    RENTALS
    ksa.es fa* rani
    REAL ESTATE AGENTS
    At'CTIONEERS
    BUILDINt; SIRVKVORS
    Phono 464S
    I'Untatlona Buildins
    aaa 3 badrooi&a. kliohgn, atot*>
    rooma and usual outbuildings.
    garage and servant** quarters
    Approx 2'. aeraa wall laid out
    grounds with right of wa* ovoi
    NEWTON LOD.--E. MAXWELL
    COAST-Colldlv conau-ucled stone
    nous* containing an closed gal-
    apacious drawing and
    rooma. broakfaat rooan. 1
    1 aaragaa ale lattory
    r U.S. ~
    Batata*
    lONTABELlati
    e wun s*ll ooalaioed
    adjoining Main houaa
    ma Urge living and broak-
    oorna, 4 upstairs bedrooms.
    offices, gaiage and servants
    I. Anne.,- baa wide verwidaA.
    living room. Z roomy brdrourna
    and garage. Good investment
    i rgg. snsn
    pertU- together with spprov 4
    iflers citlier a* a *riole or
    -f-i-lelv.
    WINDY WIIIOW-. lilOSPECT.
    JAMESSoundly constructed
    n bungalow which contalna a
    spacious livina room. 1 large and
    I small bodrooma, es.ellently
    placed verandah directly over-
    looking the aaa, downalairs
    kitchen. servant's roam. and
    storeroom* Otter* Invited
    LYNCHBUnY DELIXVIIJjE
    FVoaanUy e'tuati-d 1 storey houae
    ulth good around* of about ll.SOt
    q ft 3 gallant-, large drawing
    room, dtnmg room, study. w*fl
    r.ltad kitchen. 3 double bedrooms.
    garagr and muni offices Offer*
    required, under 3,000 would be
    eonstdered.
    BEMEHSYDB. ST LAWRENCE
    Slrongly built coral stun* bunga-
    low spacious airy rooma and
    it-llcrtcs Accommodation com-
    prises: separate drawing mid
    dining roorrtb. 3 double bedrooms.
    large kllcfien and pantry. 3
    servanla' rooms. garage and
    fernery Thu property n ntuated
    on th* best bathing beach at St.
    T-awr.nce. la within eaay reach
    of Town by bus or car. and tn
    our opinion would be vary suitable
    nersinu into a am* 11 guest
    RESIDENCE, THE GARriEN.
    WuHTHiNO Uodarn coral stone
    biiiuialow on comer sit* with wide
    frontages pleasant garden With
    flower beds. lawn, concrete ter-
    ufnbcr oF bajikVlal fruit
    re-s Accomiriod.il'......SOTaBSt
    B Uvlng room, coscred gallnry.
    beoreorju with built-in wara-
    klUhen. garag.
    ray to houae.
    ant'a quarterr and all usual
    0* All public utility service*
    i property carrlea our hlghaet
    ndallon.
    BEACH PROPERTY. ST LAW-
    RENCEWell placed house with
    4 badroornJ. large living mom and
    galleries Excellent sand' beoch
    ai-.d rood bathing. Pull detail, on
    ..pp. "-.Hi on
    WYrtTJOVER. ST, PETER-This
    country home with over *' acre*
    containing productive \ e*e table
    and Sow.r garden*, also a large
    orchard has been (omplcVeh
    p.cdernised by th. preerrit owner
    Thar, are 1 wide verandah*,
    drawing and dining moms, 3
    .loubl* bedroom, with waihbaalru.
    in.dern kitchen. Uiimlrv ParVfajHaT
    rooma and garage. A property of
    distinction
    MALTA. St Piter Modern
    coral -tone houaa or rxtlona!1>
    sound consti urtlon ratenauve
    and re-decoiallo-i
    lust been completed The
    ample dimension!.
    i wide verandah* with
    I floor
    Contain* S garage*, large store
    room* A servants' quaMrn. ground
    of about '. of an acre ana wall
    laid out -nd fenced.
    ratai a mo
    and h 1*1..'


    SUNDAY, JTI.Y 2o. MO
    3CMDAT ADVOr.lTX
    I'M.: i :
    Government Notices
    Attention Is drawn lo the Control of Lumber Friers (Defer.*-'
    (A^mendmentt Order. I9U, No. 2 which will be published in the Off). I i]
    ("..ir-tic of Monday 21st July. 1952.
    2. Under tins Order the m-ximum n-Uil nttBg pHn Of Mrr-
    chan cubic Spruce 1" x fl" II". 8' assd up u as MlM
    COLVMN ONT
    Artirle
    Merchantable Spruce I" x *'
    M", 6* jnd up (basic size*) .. S296.00 per 1.000 board feet.
    I (il I M\ TWO
    f)i*lnry Eeuil Price
    ?9ih July. 1952.
    . ?. ? ttIn
    PART ONE ORDERS
    1IFIT -roL
    Ihe .del f
    U.,d ]
    __ i wilt be held on Monday* 51. Wed and Th.ir ** Jul SI. and
    >> Wed 6 -nd ft-iMk) 1 AM U
    V I. D Skawaa-Co*. Major
    sour. Adj....
    The Bai-n^o. Hpflir.r:.-
    iV OTIC B
    There_ aill ba n Mr Ueel.nr of Ihe OfBcer.' Meo at U hrK.f M Snt fa
    Ho
    I WO
    bUUiATJO* JUGIMZNT
    TABT II ORItrK
    grum. no m
    1 KTBENOTH IMMA.t
    TM Pie flaaiy. R N
    TI .. Saatv. H A Attaatvd and TOS Retfimertt
    US .. BmlUl. C C waf 11 Jul M
    ill ., Cumbarbaich. w r
    raoorio<.
    lit Col Kill, H.C 1 loinMed SJI wel 11 Jul .SI
    ai i c 8poo*<. r. Promoled Cpl wef 11 J..I
    OT IV H..r II C Promoted WC wef II Jul W
    miNi.rN nrt-at \i
    IIS Pie Hii.booo.. R U
    wel II Jul U.
    1 IMH
    Pie (tarkr J W Ou. 14 daya S/Le.vr wef 13 Jan M
    Sjl Cada". W 'ltd T rt^yi dai.nl Leave w.rl l Jill M
    M. U D. SKIWII-COX, Major.

    The Baibadon Rrtimellt
    \ U \M IMWl
    riM M M Mm: ODNMCaYVAnON LHnWMtOflL,
    MPAatlMBNI 01 IOIII l 1 it Kl iMD POaUarTRa*, IMIMINI.'A

    atiuifcajf, iVpurtrTHTit ol d I Den
    on the followins kaTtnl
    Dullea: The Senior Conservation [natructor will be required lo
    carry out Meld inspection of Crown Lands and to rajpi
    RMIMn I liroiifhout the i
    tmmtmmmtm BtlKa I i-U,lated rate of Si.2u pei annum.
    \ CoM of Living A j been calculated in fixing this
    Suh.-. A I 1MB ptl nlfhi
    a inn working away front .iwigned headquarters.
    Transport Allowance ..t current rates aceordJlli I
    Regulations, if required to maintain means of transport.
    CondlHoHa f Appoinlmenli The post is under a Colonial Develop-
    ment and Welfare Scheme, and is not pensionable. Appoin'-
    ment will be on contrail for the period commencinf from
    dale of appointment to BlM March. 19M. with right to termin-
    ate on cither side after three months' notice It i*. subject to
    the Colonial Regulation* -.n.i local General Orders in force.
    Fuc paaaasjar. Bra provided to take up ..ppointment and
    on satisfactory completx a Ol contract. Leave in accordance
    w.th local Regulations. Leave passages an Bal paid
    A single man would be preferred.
    Quartern: HoUsaflf Ul not provided
    Applications stating qualiticar feu and accompanied hv two recent
    testimonials and references should Ik* addressed to the MaMlaHnaknl
    OiTlcer. Government Office. Roseau. Dominica. B.W.I.
    Applications from members of the Government Service of any
    Colony should be transmitted through the Officer A'ir:ni'termg the
    nit of that Colony.
    20th July. 1952. 20.7.52.In.
    " We'll soon have that better
    with
    VACANT POUT OF CHFMICAL PATHOUKilST. DEPARTMKNT
    OF tHt: GOVERNMENT BACTERIOLOGIST AND PATH()L Applications are invited for the post of Chemical Pathologist.
    ient ofl the Government Bacteriologist and Pathologist.
    2. The post is pensionable and the salary is In the scale $5,280 x
    -M0 $0,240 per annum (B.W.I, dollars). Salary is subject to annual
    deduction of four per centum under Widows and Orphans Pension
    Act unless wholly or partially exempt by membership of a Widows
    ..nd Orphans Pension Scheme of another Government.
    3. Passages up to a maximum of $1,440 are paid on first ap-
    pointment. Leave conditions are in accordance with local Leave
    Regulations and leave passages are paid in accordance with the Civil
    Establishment (Leave Passages) Order. 1952.
    4. Quarters are not provided.
    ft. Candidates muit hold graduate medical degrees icgislrable
    n the United Kingdom and have a sound general knowledge of
    laboratory work with a bias towards chemical pathology.
    6. Duties of the Office arc to assist the Government Bartcriolo-
    I'athologist with special relation to ihe Clinical Pathological
    ,md Medico-Legal work of ihe Department.
    7. The Officer will serve under the immediate supervision and
    control of the Government Bacteriologist and Pathologist and undo
    :he general superintendence and direction of the Director of Medical
    Services.
    8. Applications thould he addressed to the Colonial Secretary.
    Bridgetown. Barbados, to reach his Office not later than the 7th ol
    August. 1952. 20752
    AppUcatleus iron Sanitary Inspectors anal Reiittereal Nurses (Hospital
    rniisrd) for Course of Training at the Public Health
    training Centre In Jamaica.
    Subject to the courses being available in 1952-53, application!* are
    invited from Sanitary Inspecton and Registered Nurtes (Hospital
    trained) who are willing to be considered for advanced courses which
    are expected to last about eleven and ten months respectively at the
    Public Health Training Centre in Jamaica.
    Applicants should apply In writing before the 1st August, to the
    Director of Medical Services. Government Buildings, The Wharf, and
    B full curriculum vitae should be included In the application. The
    scholarships for these courses, if approved, provide:
    (a) Free air passage to and from Jamaica.
    (b) Subsistence allowance at the rate of $4.80 per night, if
    married, or $2 40 per night, if single.
    month.
    (d) Contingencies at the rate of S4 80 per month
    The Scholarship* will only be granted on the following condl-
    ttoiur
    (a) That the Commissioners of Health agree In pay to the
    officer, his or her salary while absent on study leave,
    where the applicant is employed by the Commissioners.
    (b| That the officer selected agrees to enter a bond to con-
    tinue in the service of the Commissioners or of sc
    other body or Board in the Island whose function if to
    administer Public Health. 17.7.523n
    VAC AM PON i
    POM Ol (ItOWN LANDS INSPECTOR. DEPARTMENT
    OF AGRKll.TIRE \M> lOltrMKV DOMINICA
    Appii. Crown i^uids la
    Department of Agriculture and Forestry. Dominicn II W I on the
    billowing terms and conditions:
    Pullr* | I in- Crown Lands Inspector will be required to under-
    take duties in connection with the sale of Crown Lands, set-
    tlement of land d Input* control uadar a scheme
    for control of Government lands.
    Emolument-*: Siilary in the -calc $1920 x $120$2400 and a
    Cost of Living Allowance of 20% of salary. The point of
    arrtty to the scale will depend on the qualifications and ex-
    perience of Ihe successful candidate Subsistence Allowance
    at the rate of $360 per night when working away from
    assigned hcadquuit*
    Transport Allowance at current rates according to local
    Regulations for maintenance and use of n motor vehicle Ml
    the pertortnancc Of ofBclal itiities.
    CaSMUtttia a* Apoeinlmenl : The post is under .. Colonial De-
    velopment .urn Welfau- BctV not penBionahli'
    Appointment will be on con ' parted luiiin.emu ;
    from data i apOtnttnenl to 31st March, 1948, with rig it
    10 terminate on either side after three months nottfli [1
    I to the Coloninl Regulaimn- and lOOl fJOMTal Orders
    In force.
    Free passages .. up appointnianl and OR
    Mtlgtai torj < mpaOtaOtl i I ontract.
    Leave in accordance with local Regular
    Leave passages are not provided.
    \ ..' be oieferrcfl.
    (jmrters: Housing I not provtjlad
    Applications lUting td b) two
    recent testimonials and ntftn
    the Establishment Ofllcei Government Office Roseau, Doml-
    nlea, B w I
    Applications from mem tiers of the Government Service of am
    Colony should be transmitted through the Officer Administering tin
    fernment of that Colony 20.7.52In
    .oughing,-Strangling Asthma,
    Bronchitis Curbed in 3 Minutes
    ny.u fT attacks nfA-OTmjor J.T7 hM i -.ip bad tliat |
    slid nii f',r brea'h and ea
    I f--l Wm
    I uniured? llo you
    '.- t.. work, and have
    in .. oM anil
    . tooaaT
    .< r bO long urn have tif-
    i . a>aai >i>u h\ n
    i. tn-w li"i>- toe m In -
    ; Ml NUACa V"
    ... no i'-' i
    lumlier. All > i.i.:..., .( nieito Knd inur
    tu.kn.-.ii. i ..la-iilikatn-uK In
    i MKMDACO *un> afoefe.
    .:h your Uloadaldlns unim-
    hikI raanova i
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    ..I faal }*ari j.imici
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    MI.N]>A:i.inatonl)>t>rlni^almif
    - .-unroil and free ) h-
    al>ul bullda up (h* arnam lo wartf
    raiu'a iiacka. For imtan'o. Ur.
    _ .oust
    HI. rhi'klnf and itlranal
    I -1-eii.eip.flp.l tn .In
    MKNIlAi'Oaloiiped A-lhnia apaam
    nlrln i.n 1 ha ha- had nuna attM
    ie iba
    iMrel/ well
    ruiiv >ari*n> '
    f BB.1 111* I.
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    I'AC.I SIXTI
    -I Mi \\ \ll\ut I i l
    M NDAV. .11 l '
    Ken Farnum Shows m
    Promise At Helsinki
    II 17* Af I'HI n
    Olympic
    Games
    m fn.r.i pjr 1



    .
    penod.
    ,l fr.m nowhere
    ..ml ruTinini; around the track
    i I..id ulr-ad> Ukrn. i*ecn a
    In Liikli i n [th iiit
    Starfish \\ in
    Challenge Cup
    li\ J. G. PRO! IK GOLDFISH THE
    i KNOCKOUT
    Kv f\l VIM ,mv
    Ki n Farnum r'' " ' N*
    11 ft.
    From Our Corresponden
    "Earlier this w< ek he (Ki
    and two d)
    ii. RFfli i i anevt r lhal wb auisl
    iimisiic because il is obvloui ih;^
    Allcr giving the best times returned bv vai
    thru training. Our Corresp-duli-i

    I
    1.1 *
    i
    After uivinc the best times returned "bv \. ..m. starfish
    .engi? and K
    be pointed out that Kens time VU a sol,, tfl I ChaUJ ctip
    i , ,
    (lib Am
    SEA AND AIR
    TRAFFIC
    In Carlisle Bay


    others did Ih.'irs will) their tram nialf
    I
    .nig now*.
    ..llll Whl'll 11 I'- I..TI -Ktl':.
    Ill not la-Kin until
    inly ntn
    ...... . .,!..- \ l.u.h MI ovrr "3 * '"
    n, ... ... I.., th.s p3 ; "bly run into bctKr form.
    .1 at, aasd: "Sh. must over optimistic The standard at
    i, ,....,. ...el aal U i M amas Is ol the hi.
    , .-.(;. i on it. pro- when talte ...to account that
    nrasanaa." ;:l win "* '"""* "

    . sine; Com- Sin
    ;
    i that to net Into ttio mUi... vsmsI i
    11 "n It I i na (wild ban* Ban than .... i

    AA.A.B. the puLli. ,.,,,,,.
    i ... .f Barbados and DM19 rlUDAV
    I .IM,,,,!! l "- J"'""
    " r'.'.~. ,
    i.nl 10 publi.h a thin An Ambassador wni,., m1,.iiuh1ki Emm.


    "Anccl of IV-irr" .idos, and his alt.
    moon lha Olympic .,!,,..,din, ,i..|d
    Ilmarl
    plat-
    WMT-
    I
    <> run
    be had
    hem d0
    he '"wards the

    I |
    ni bed! track, probe-
    1,1 '.:..
    scheduled prnirr:.r
    Plryrr wat We lo i
    fn-m i.nri ur> "hf) friend*"
    win i |
    English before -he was polled off
    iilr >i


    in* caramon: "f lb* OlympU
    iK>rmn
    -houtd " "plan
    fnr !' I) Since she
    H'd not
    he (Uk If. When
    In'-r- .i police
    Ml- PI IK. WH
    ItutoH of Exchange
    1*52
    --II n, M M llIKH Mxu.*
    .
    i ;
    I i>.i|id
    :i ,c Ti tl to pr
    TS t
    ,
    JO". p>

    I
    I

    fd then
    Neither Queen's I
    UnullfM Convent i..... ii ..
    hoot prW
    teams not Ix-in;
    Unnung und (tex-
    tile water th.r
    d i iti p match Iron
    nd QoldAih did not
    Uialr irrmflth untU Uk
    Challenge Cup was out of their
    .....h.
    So SUrllsh Iwal them in botn
    tn win the '
    K


    VuuitJi 'Hr
    ..I
    i torn Ooldi
    S their str.mK-
    lean Mr Kmn.>n
    Jill fiale. Itathara Hun
    Johnaon ami Joyce Eckstein
    to (It.
    It lh Challenr. |
    h ..."
    ni Ambawad. n A' ' ol
    Lory for n 1

    Si: \m,,p i
    r..,.|. 7.rtT. t '" ""' "", :
    .......' fwaitt "* lhe popular "-n. They pinned
    rrrgumim. ii i (>< t ,,f St., tint, piayc-
    i Chandler, whn^
    lorn t\i l-
    rutiiMHi-
    " ^dHc importance of Joeing Sarncsl "
    A Con
    at EMPIRE THEATRE
    Thuradar Friday M IU k"
    MaUner Friday ti S.t am '
    K Office open daily from 830 an
    MbmIc by The Polirt- Orrlvvlra
    ....'.; .i
    Ir.ini did tor "-' In England at
    .11 hope that his flforts
    nrlll not be In vain, and that when
    ':,. \mii have raturnad to thaee

    Clothes .ire n delimit l. Mil ;! home und out-of-doors.
    Smartly styled in \uur individual taste, Kice Custom
    Tailori'd Slacks arc descrvint; ol an additional purtliaxo
    perhaps (wo! Am one (or two) of the top-branded
    plain or ehreked. imported Sporls Shirts from uur
    i selection.

    C. II. Kit oif C. * m*m*m *
    H.eettaMaei***H-
    uxinih.

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    'S

    Olympics Diary
    Hill.
    h .. ni QymnaatlcH.
    A a.m. Bowing (lif.l'l.
    10 a.m. Track and Flrld
    (high Jump, (in>'

    i|iuhtlciticin
    11 a.m. Wrrnling t f r a

    1 p-m. v, Mai
    :: p.m. fnek and Fiald
    (100m., heat; 800m..
    lioaw. dincn*, ladle*.
    final- 10.0000... final;
    100m., 2nd btata.
    400m.. hurdlcn. 2nd
    Mate
    I p.m. OymnahUcH.
    4 p.m. Rowing (lieaU).
    it p.m. Hockey (fl -emi final
    miU'bw,.
    7 p.m. WieMllng (free
    to/Ul.
    ...- rooibkU.
    I "M/llli
    Mati I.,.
    Milf
    r .i

    i .
    VeiwUqu* DtoxdulT. Msi _
    ...I-.., M. .
    Ai.i<.ni.i H
    . Wi-. HlUan Huncal. Mi,
    I
    Church Services
    I : ,
    ruura k
    i>.... i
    iil.tr Bvaomg Brr
    .si inn.
    .....

    s Vn
    .
    parts, we Barbadian.'- In p.
    v.. Indiana ccueruliy. will >'>iu
    be nble to prep..... for him a hero-. tJ
    . md to acclaim him ih
    I West Indian eycllfl ol *J- ,
    ,,.,,,
    rroin l M i i mi i,i.....-.
    To turn now t. our endcavouri ,' i k k
    .Id hi be Weat
    it of oui contlnfent <>f 'iwi i' nwi i
    moa Vi ....
    and took par) tl.......
    mi haa re- * -*ii : ; r m

    are would have hoped fur-, bui i ''
    ..m sun awaltuig official romnv '" ,'*'k|-1
    tit Ml D Ki i.
    i.t the loam.
    Up t THE WEATHER
    REPORT
    ^i mi BOA1
    Kainfall Irom < odrinatun;
    nil
    fatal K lafaU for month to
    flaai 111 < a
    T mpfraiurc : 72.5'F
    Wln.1 Velocity 9 miles per
    hour.
    Barometer <9 a.m. 30.002
    (II a.m > 30.000
    IO-IIAV
    Sunn*e S.48 a.m.
    Banatt \ s.20 p.m.
    Hcaa Laal |uarter. July
    13
    Mshlijix : ".00 p.m.
    Bart Tide : 1.52 a.m.. 4.44
    p.m.
    Law Tide ; 9 !l> a.m. 0
    itornad, and >t would i e i
    i what ha haa

    uu fi.'ih ii \s\ nd
    The .<;. Train
    T.iCMll..

    I hi 111,1.

    p
    I
    .....
    I- .. I
    . p iii Mi M
    Hn.Aii ii .
    Another contliujani ol cyclitti m
    tea whh h will b u B it n-u-lf"" "', "

    Ung beglna on ths iuaTLjui i_i .. m Mr a cunt*
    '.'..- i
    tha 4th and thr Otli.
    i.ikf the tour arc aa la n
    u'~ s '
    A Claa* Cych _J_____ p ___________
    i nd Cartar I lot
    I.
    i '.ii Joyce Ma kaU, the lad)
    jrcUat wl ... but to the
    track at the
    l>et ll- I "
    Soanoer.
    :ii be McD Lloyd,
    runnel, imu.*-. the UXlga OCOOOl rfc, f.li.-iiti ..utt... ... it.. i.,i-.
    . whobrokatlk I "" '.....' "|: "" "" '
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