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 Material Information
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
Creation Date: July 29, 1950
Publication Date: 1983-
Frequency: daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:03075
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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R ussiaReturns To --N.K

Apcurity Council As.

Gampon' of Pea-~ce. g

trm cru~ua;d8, July 29.Koen Trk
'}'WR Soviet Severament when it returns to the
United Mattioas Security Council next Tuesday Buh rm
is empgote to lraach a pawortal threo-point peac i
oampaiign to end the wru in Korea on certain terms. I
This wasr the opinion of some of the most experi 1
easoed diplomautr here today, including expertYs xtil Io.Kp OigB er
1astern Euroean countries to losoe tdutch with (yDRKPAO)
Staggian tactics ia the United NQations for many Wt mrcnFocsI oe.
o0ut4 8 that the SOViet URioR Was ei 910. Sot Koe-ase yte rd-
sea spateadnga wrorld-wide campaign aroland nket tosnso eues
518 SO*Called; "po App al". Fo h ateln ot
The Soviet attitude toward Korea, they added, should be Suhrms aeterasae
judlge4 in the light of the Kremlin's overall internal and zea etedes sra f
external policy--to pose as the champion of peace against Ciis on ndvlae n
"waraton gers" of Bitain an America. whic refgee conver ar a
For this reason and nhelhtrd rwddoovfow g
f~~ pere Icdtat Jsovi t isMikwas~iI WORRELL (rlsht) and Weekes (left) applauded by the Enis,~h team as there itom the partilon iino wthtrd-
present the following Three Point Tlst Match whteh was played at Trrent Bridar, Not~t~nham. 4tkeadohr nbgysit
plan to the Security Council. -ndtosroforeunlah
(1) Immediate cease fire in Korea mtra edbulcso o
(2) The appointment of a United yggggKIIZ Mary Ask ** ,erso arighairgos
Ntos"armistice commls-10 lS 11^ ^^ ,nev
ston"--including soviet mem- $4 OO01m. Arms Aid U 100 i
RIO DE JANEIRO, Jul 29. ber-to supervise- the with- Thswtouensuerde
The only forein passegrmp t drawapl of all military "r~ee:J Icr W. E md o wofrkdbogs u-
ca hM este cay wa aph Mo-(3) rre u bGoeWncHIaTOo a ClRSh hIn Belgium -i-",k
pany twce Pesientof te Tis popoal ou~ld~ u giv Koe I ade s HNT wil ome a h W ie. BR SE S uy2. ln kitdae osl rm
ItAmerican C amberan of Commere C communist esevra avn tae s ot nrnvtdics h UN R itr eontaigaans k euno hg rnlte i-iTcry
et til eRi Galast iconin o'ida dt they n l natlle an t Congls c K gD triea h d e n ir ide nmieevlt
is dscrbedas te geats n hvecosldated thevirn mi itary et lnte itehie pae a che~mn Geiamsrd rpael do hkrw i00a o nsret rici oowy fe
Bra iia av eiast n t hitor and gainsLS Jul whc o xedt 2tr peaens ayo hm arwl rm terdpri
This ~ ~ ~ ~ Tie Prepares aol dlv toea thna\ ao lesu vh e I G
nmerican~~~n,0 Chabe BVR ORmece oomni onvra meoer tdionrai agis ei rin :


Yvi ~ Wo-~isc I ~S oaecurnaitCounc-Peil tri-o" ~dne n~ a odesFml
c g can 8Jtdw H o D an o e ltfr oul 8V ed C in ? s o~ D on .tratr rali b b lso tre, ex-ir 0
oille5 lils fr Ponl~to ert s du s L IM n b n SvetdlMS y xt H e an le btvMl e a re tur l d of thbr ex klo kingdlmnS ed o C u s a a
All~epo ma verylow a 8 Knw reawdet eesbiglr lik n pmm t C tan Prv oa GvrnTet eealhr g u p rt cikiwaesar N ts
rsd rbu d y a m nns the frais n aecnoriagten t:et a "oplatryl,,~ un it c ina Veme rs ip l nr v raisn r dfe n ee o rlieprstt 1en 8
xtrazman svaron urn or we A e e A Kmapole"osreshr an y so o tano Tle eildn h vtlpr fcoet aog h vcr
airor urt itoflaesaftr it- elgna nta in such ao Govanmn to They thuh the agna hc aogth asenfrnir e Plla O tok a e othKransss n
be e Ame er oldt M Mai 1 m e nte"'m n n l nogra th Osed packedo with Foreg urils ilt s thfre s
plane exploded when th crash Pol d d 17 a lines o plcsye expese d e nioltdpokt o ss an n oiaysuh Coduussrenn s
tok he Band wo the g & oal e Pt e in sot Ph S ~te S~plte ndnt -Reuterr heeseecriit workewree '-rn rid t rn cnsnw
leading toi eesilu~onof ladno auond darbut ~ t toa r boh Guard Shot US. n". n .l
noe sound ors ilgnofe lie The pea- Unite ,ugypes toe caix a uning. Dlemoe nstatr ou i se atigfr al
body o one oman ad ben sembance f cas Iron o re Vic Consu mellede of rles n i n n tngt lce-u or
Me bso hn ae u gcaisu mlh gll ad Iv siaes AHNTN uy2 ostl r lipped theda dinvker fhswynntsre-lvmn r
eas urthr satedtha par skdrtin the diao pacitica aeti mb- f$400,0 COIIR I Damaghe }'];, 2,,0 Fo ,nno mia.t r~ulnn r od mo s n 1s tunb o fues
wmhi leaoterparha udfalen ve the United States, Brmitai hand Scouetan Yrdm dthePectivest w hi leecpn costeHm- Jsp eltSoils rs ettd aeoa y
side of a e. that an kneev uera Mee asut ndres e tsul t at tot f th e inetgaeC amutin rm omnst n tht < e00 1 /ee 0trop i ag
deoi an 8uhi Kovan wit a ypeof b~ i ganc afte res dtt ealrna t nfwbad ae .;soktostsLnsGnea sa m u it
-(Rpa e a d e at e ) "w i e I lrc On" pageTTA 18 Ir. go n el ue Id keeps t hl a n S < ms P e p ak n S u thw este n V T C N CI uy 2
RED TROOP& TRALVING o v Hoss on no
FOR~ NEW ATTA UNLAWFUL SSIO gvttor/g on hdn onpbi ~e 2th so2. s, 2.0 <
received ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O Sa h lua l-W so udi"ueCURTY eocai CONEDliand WeIle I h fashion tRe "utr. alk C"vdeh basct md ntw t wceb
Th~lien Onalr SoviCngets bo New uns t or li1ro l s hereS'~ of tneanr revdution a s p T ec r wog nstit
(By GRAl~ GO hina July 29.~I* IIC. c r Sat ha All d is e 66~nerO" Overduel noWZ ., at rosexe, ua era' onai
Usull rlalyt winfome Frncure her e sidtoday conene Scear sessio for Mond ac THE 380-ton': Dutchmtoves-an diaio Msop--w A ecapin yCaht B
me,1 t.":.Ge l haen w sg nanneia e ad f y er nhak yarepoko (TC es untC nre e 1hnt aed
Ee mtesW Ja ",te,'. -:u uoa Or onu aen nip $1 tondnt u onh adhn auie ie Whran u 5
Indo-Chin. Jaco Mali assumesl the Chair reahe Cur upc to. yeteda Deec Force tourt hep h Uiedh teHoyOfc t
Tice ot ~p eo heesoureso dnelaed tat thsf an ito ueel sssin Alsisi h icnt fNe s re Pni r 1{ cly>d
infrmaio Hr cotie ntPofteCucl"nawu"ntn ml ad Cuaco a v h e beeinti. Nerud Prme initenac r ofInita, h ereapile h o
Melnln biemtelz th dh""*lle Ifv s-- hagdnheF I dia ppbov nae r o h "Nero": ha~si l ma-v~lde bl oca iona ll ~to ee to I.,h e ntdDereisudls ya a
third ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tonr force andu Frenc Union !.l isiso n)alarad l- Tde' ubekeutyol
LONON Jl20 or es h torldng the ounry.ol/ M SO ,uyl. IPI.~ lecre lo~n a~ le h llscll z
raA Ati al~md & ugmayt They added tha at~tacks similar Commun~o~ais ets CyltOrdresdcl t T "'Y To Aggravaes Britan U.S.Rf
aou armie nfroua Pon dis teKtrho algr bet etLNON uy 0 nrd~ Wesetern G ermany "Onesh ag-uO 3 h rIntensaicain of the (driet lcin < oms gn
of~ ther Americaunty i erass, thin By*moth. Accor osil Te dayin tieyo a message ina bto- Pravationbyall p~ossbe means of rC ta tthe o m bo mb or n th-R e ia na ulttierterta
whleo ats to start a newy lwe Th rnhsore de tht dys Darily Maunil aMoso hasor- thir:le rift be twvee n Brictfin an th lorytat the monre J lthis a- u ttvebs os ltyo
Yan~ ugoslavia sa cunthories Radl hina aro mih thr bFe suc- ernis Europ to "aggeravipate h hn Dlgtsa eli eesadr ouetehmkuvsagom smn nd
mobiisaion duing the w Vetmih frce miht ttak ter Unjted S~tate a ove th is e of this rif t ln w ou~ld not hav Ien- ol mas el i stanc ye to am-ntse ohv wnpriual
Korea trengt. Aleander liffor Dail Mail or- C mmunit ladrt threaten lp t Amri an arms h ip nth p u hesn t aereevd h m
th paid ofte Amuedb rnican so-a 'ltle mou tais were est ated tob e e ntutoto Communis tonalis' ot h lead r (\ Flhi~ 1\"1. abt ehp l s hn.
uta t apnd i 40000 weleup e regular partls in eyternEurop trans-rchCoPam n 2Io~ nthe nsatit Ilontr of t e eAc (e 'i.N ag tieswtotr
tros n 0000 mii men mtted thouh thei l geader a ricen en p nww hsbe an nasta eall intret voo rkes TeKra psd o e
The broad Lcat iaddedr that i who wr o eng rpdy metn Br erret outlined to e al K un ilnrop Irthis l su mr hei o x ml r am aspo udaa hvn oet lna
tigral intnsile neros polle ofwt ntd Sae rstke eodqeto eite toke warh an h gnrl rcs.sgesinthtgne r uo
p~lrovoctheileons" aainst the p heo-fo diehnsrme lChinse Ntonal "Teelnso cin ee mrso tht it is pRulrssa w O treamiigWsernEr-pn wrwsimnetteDi
toplesdeocracies, esprieill Al i rsts ntd smgge acros ith dowinn fors Franetly Britai n an tsDae"teDal al r p en Communisty prties sThe o aum cg dd
bnia udr-etr Prm Be rlgiumt, Holandt IAembou r a r espoden continue log hav any~tC hope ofoph winning -(Reuter.)vII


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GENTS SPORTS MODELS In Bla k Green and III e
With or Without 3 or 4 Speeds
LADIEN DAWN SPORTS MODEL< in Black and C en
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st Kumchen .
(By LIONEL HUDSON)
With the Front Line Forces in KOREA, Sunday.
NORTH EOREAN FORCES were this morning
m...a., on an .ia.. su strategican, impor
t.ant town of Eumchon, 31 miles from Taegn.
Meanwhile American troops vt.- bad
just strategic withd**nwal and''s
main battle were out in the hills to the west
and north-west of Ewanggan, a town 12 miles to
the 80tth-Stgh Of YO5g408g.
A Beadquarters spokesman said that seven North
Korean banks had been sighted at Kochang, 35 miles
80titil Of the ASROTICAR #7084 liROS, 8ttypOrted by
about 900 infantry men.
In the same area, North Koreans had successfully
blocked the main road.
Elsewhere in the South, he added, 300 Communist
ucrillas had flanked American lines and still another
group had appeared from the North. Some of these mar-
auders he sala, were less than 8 miles from Kumehon.
Late yesterday afternoon
on e spokesman said that a arnall force
DReu 811088 or communist, was reports a
miles east of the town.
it was evident, he added that
ng North Koreans were preparing.for
m arknery unuk on Ameden
-A TTLEg positions. Heavy guns had been
moved uD to their forward areas.

dm us forces Withdraw
though he agreed with crkicisms This morning I watched the last
of the South Korean government American forces withdraw from
a nsF it. A 2 st t as Hwa san a na em this die5
eop!e here Attlee said "today we barrage Despite their weariness
are faced with a disviet challenge they rapidly dug fo: to the authority of the Unlied they flopped to the g and to sleep,

n ofotaNg e nc a ad hers t 2elanr
ud a Ko w nM s
m dived s is

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NO More Full Length """,, "" ," ha
FUIMS 8 WedeH stores a hand.
STOCKHOLM, July 29. p M 88
naSwedis ull h a 1 Latest lists available lwre today
his year because they no longer showed that the number of Ameri-
us ci 10 an une 4 oducors c 8casuTalties n an idating as
They will concentrate instead killed in action, wounded injured
brshorts, Advertising and Nown in accidents and missing in action
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SUNDAY JULY30, 95


PAGE TWO

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JACK CARSON al/FA PAIGAE : DON DaPORE
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in Technicolor
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And
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$IF" Sqve Your 1/s Tickets Friday N1te
Sunday, August 8th, 8.30 p.m.
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Dorothy RM Iss a vcHoP yE of Port-
DOROTHY FARMER of-Spain is at present in Bar-
o has been holidaying in barbados on holiday staying with
e yI urn3 Miss Betty Gri th.Trinidad
rseattMoRoplVic iaiHos e Shortly
daughter of Mr. sad Mrs. Resona VID, son of Sir Hubert
at of "The Lodge'' St. ,, aKdC vern I
J ps Hushed HON 4 ngSinmTmani ao d addo


nis e8uasqv s an or Returaing laMid-November
and Mrs Sava8* Who was due to R. AND MBS. G. H KING
nw left yesterday morning L
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dt Ath about the TE nwil shMrtland n av
Arrived YMy ho re he vmg t
USAM AN tar the as a Dira Cat9 .a
...rt s^"" "A '" "" TCAR Jo*"
th ni ea Last Vieg--4 Years Ao
ca earl t Wu here S n I C 0


Actlas Secretarr at sea.4
ISS 5 P. O
retary of the Trinity College of C be t with
in p T M C .in a a swrr

at t el n eal f a
application should be made $ggg
to Mrs. Cobham ter all partick R IIVING yeste day from
uti'egarding the Local Exam- Trl dded to 4 three
o

abrriv C we o sh p8Tste
months' holiday in Barbados. Son here to alelse t last minute
of Dr. and Mrs. Harold 8keete of a pots in connectice with
"The Grotto," Dalkelth Road, a team trarn this school
ATd earhat)n anpcG Uh wa cod ednMay m ri /
versity and when he returns to The teen will be comprised of
Canada after his holiday he will eleven players, and several sup-
begin the final year of his four partners are also expected to
year course. angoinpany them.


Arabs
o a Bha d Rband e John Freitsu
among the passengers arriving
E. J. PARRY was at Sea- trom Aruba, where Mr de
well yestaggay morning to freitas is with the Lago 011 Com-
am ePhm mda y .C to as gu o Mar d
as a we on a2 Me NatSul in MDe.
8 hth anMnM are shoMil T COMDR CARLTON GOD-
to be married. dd r a ds eo aMrsM onTue
After Barbados Holiday Goddard, former Deputy Commis-
RETURNING to Canada yester- dadoton ay as e oo


fa are still 1 mahdar re- turn to Trinidad on Friday.
On U.S. Visit
Enjoyable AfternooB EV. HARRY T. GENTLES
Supt., of the Mount Sinal
bu n mR SEATONr Holy hure rin N do Rileft on
holidaying in Barbados with his B.W.I.A. enroute to the U.S. where
wife was among the crowd at the he will be in New York for about
1 .' Harbour Police Sports on Thurs- six months.
dao nan adaan enjoT e Aqee JoAec m ni a Mrb ManR
AMONG the passages ar- Mr. Wilkie. He arrived from has been living in the U.S. for
driving from Canada yestealtAF B.G. on Thursday by B.W.I.A. thirty-seven years. He was re-
ecAant a meanswe Pary Floally Made It! during a New York after a holi-
rThey dere a RS. ETHEL ItilLLER, who Husband With U.S.
has been wanting to come to Military Attache
One-Time BarbadoS Barbados for years, Anally made ETURNING to Venezuela yes-
Opealas BatSWita eaw In sh erd ych a ongn Mrs te day by 13.W.I.A. were
ant o d kan a s e a Cocl Is h
Mr. and Mrs. C. Lincola Bourne at the Enmore Hotel. cas spent some of the hhhday with
arrived in Barbados yesterday by them in Barbados but he returned
TC A., from England via Canada. Engaged to Venezuela a short while ago.
he hssthD have anot ey a HE ENGAGEMENT was an- diTheBe hre st ang at the Para-
nds wB rb os.ourse betwn n as Sdu Sea se o Married in Canada
b o 11 t I Oas d h2

Sealy-"Grew a beard and reaped Security Lialson Officer in early July, to Mr. Clifford
a rvest r th da wicke Trinidad " ownasofic TC cer mo
with Mrs. Bourne a father Mr R. and Mrs. Harry Lee arrived tookr lace at the Union United
0 w 3tryan, they a mornitromb Trin adAy edtie d y The bride who was given in
hoMse inBonde with the West toebe he e for abou en ays and an ag I er deres f
Indian Oil Industries in Trinidad. were accompanied by their two bodice was tight fitting with
Retir B 1 sW entire BilrenOfR r, T id d Security Cl etirTnidene e sdeavesa e

EngAlsh business ved thoanfdaini ed adth points over t
av t and is staying at the Marine ing n.bouquet was of whoa
With Creole Petroleum carMadons ad hosebuds.was tl

"al an r a a et e a e 11
Ev' "" "'. Dr Charles Este portonoped th
veeks and Mr Travis, who 1 Whatever your favourite event ceremony mul Mi u I)ertz
b cou fwmeew a to 6. arpm Alleyne acted as page boy.
Also returning to carrans yes- Student Nurse
erday were Mrs. Rita Brown
nd her three children. They were NOTHER student nurse re-
liustaying at the Paradise Beach was s om Ida i
, With Barclays Bank pit b trinR hoMiedmori
e AeTLes om 8 (Hustra vital r an soon n t8o
n th 8 na oM na b nt r a a heB e *
5 W.I.A, to spend two weeks for th change.o Thomas, whom she met in Canad
holiday in Barbados. She was ae- Perforation: 1 bym 4 face was announced.
n nied Jobn, wMissno B e in Bearr ojhsonh M 6 b dtadn
oI hr BhekUn he To J. 6. The set. unused, CnanadElecHricalill Engr r g
."I'rd!"I'"'4th ....... esoutz,.bein the middle of

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& 8.30 p.m.


ednesd vu yAudgust and

A Glant Double :
TAREAN's
MAGIC

Lex BFrOUrNTMBNenda Joyce
And
EVERY GIRL
SHOULD BE MARRIED
Cary Grant and

Thu y d, 2 p.m.
GRAND
SCHOOL CHILDREN
MATINEE
To See :
TAREAN'S

FOUNTAIN
Children .. .. ISc.
To Sit Anywhere
It is a 2 p.m. Show

GOOD NEWS !
The GLOBE resumes their
"HALF AN HOUR OF . .
SWEET MUSIC" Program
on Sunday, August 8th at
8.30 p.m. with the Orchestra
of ARNOLD MEANWELL
aed his New MEANIES


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ROO1VI
FOR RES RVATJ
HEAD. ONS, CALL OUR
TER PETER SON
Phone 3513


A CANADIAN paper reports thing out of order.
FL from Ottawa that the play-
ng of musical instrumental has 7&& NelD ###?DR
been banned in the Commons. HE Governors intervened by
t d oc aP now for ha at rfoown nd ate
usual incident A clergyman snem* -a worthy, terrifying, square hor.
her vhed1 tim divds nobils rah Tr rt- ter th d nch lad .
b bl unplayed ann distin- Aodemesi ws like old nid "
thatBthibb pens -- noto tou- a to to th Sch o I go
/ su sago who er d a kiech rw alin dta Mi gwd
d r stiflute nCoa meeting b is and tma t gate t pos

nn ka
< laru ungned toneach of us to FAelll itA de edW ho Semat e

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post to Rainette Portevoix. That
right there were firework displays,
torchlight processions, lamp-
smashing, bonfires, triumphal
meerchdsrinik ,ornptdu war-dar
festations of satisfaction,
Nothing To Do Wilk #fe
PROFESSOR uotMpsycholog
ny ping pong an I out to
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wife hovers in a horrid world the inceiviet
midway between consciousness itskes up she ru menu I hotta
t ,bher n luestin 1 Jane to ilant tar who
se n, r em, bb of n re has hi he j
rr u lia sen men epour < russpo to t "It h g t
th wh3nt a o t
demede-Britain'sthsatn 01 tear a at a palh
STake t"about madness, to e \\h I have seen of her

am ep s n eis I g
famous mental hospitals in the terrible I will be changed
so ir job: to help paint an strh@r itn i/tteriot going to be
tehend picture of at i Ng Hake Fit
nervous breakdown. Scenes in the hospatal, where
The star is an ordinary British the star is brought back to nor-
housewife whose mental balance rnality, have been made in the
has buckled. Not because. as in wards and grounds of 310 mental
"' SnakekPld' alb the is h he ad a Pha lowwk Oz
t sb totbTa no ertriE gl < evex has em
have got her down. made people who are owntally
Crampedhousing quarters. wor- distuibed us: to be afoid of
ries about rationing and queues, treauvent to convince them
s her nerves to breaking ty <1 I sits brethat there at
The interference of a bossy For the temson the story .rt
mother-in-law. who lives with Mrs. Slade nervou breakdow
her, her husband and the two is us simple and down to earth .


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INCE this column appeared last Sunday the touring West Indiat1





h1oi h poo p f he herome erse the a oa
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ast r Mae meow la a E ate bF7.com orst e
en thousand dollars before the tickets are stopped being issued from
he oT 8is p eperity for racing in Barbados which was certainly not
imagined when sweepstakes were started here and even unexpected
ast earpw na ne0w ecord e g estabba hn dYet unless a

kme people have already asked me how it is that in a little place
ike Barbados it is possible to sell more tickets in one sweep than has
ver been sold in the West Indies? Well the reason is not very dial-
ult to perceive. In Barbados there are only three sweeps per year
he chn ee d han7 & A anti x.is ece a ag san
eriod in Trinidad between any of their meetings. In the same period
f time it IS OVOR pOSsible that three sweeps may be sold in Trinidad
urine the time that we are running one and they might sell out
nough series to run through the alphabet four or five times.


pygepee e uth ak d tb osh h b 11 m Stu

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There is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of when it comes to
raising stake money for it is quite clear that of the three major
parties which benefit most by racing the horse owner is the one that
1 a thiendeof t er e hoeuGdo s e by
creased Next the general pubhc draw the major part of the sweep
in prize money and therefore they will also get an automatic raise.
Of course this is not to say that the horse owner gets no increase at
all. He draws point money which is also fixed on a percentage basis
o no asTep}olBo thg r ti gww et rt d11scr man n eaCMob
a F ees e ehr1arge ed g fe gupko
jockey s fees etc which have to be taken out of his winnings while he
nn g at ac Hn th oownnra ht et do eo hg d aa7 laon
The Government s: certain money.
Now let us see those stakes going up and make no bones about it.


ort shower fell during
BBBT WORLD QUARTBT LODGE . . . . . . . 28 tundh and enwi etbarans n are-, ran a c 5--5. a--a 3 o t
e Theen et clailaro or atW r ellhn vkeen t a aed 1 Indled WANDERERS for 4 wkts) . 348 @ re traiase h ao eb tA owl o war matchinson t
alentine. the West Indies possess a quartet unequalled in the world Wanderers bowled out Lodge for N n continued to score freely $11 I 1 e i

dTehde Fou th Test t th idbebpl ed and the eub u o runs in hal e wi r so e
r@ members g lo idpotrtinTge >mm @nt cl tEngliaon econd rot u dot First Division tehi t Cnom atac P CO r5mb kle Td SOTH ANO M R
urs to be even. 11 go tway. na short wicket fell in Brookes' third A ans l
In any review of the Test, and I am not now atttemptli t any ok ose fe ove ,c El c tksins over when he was brought balk Extras g e
detailed one, we can hardly fail to pay tribute to e so ye nine runs Donnis Atkinson took to bowl Total nor 4 was a c

d thand)r 118 R w pat e na aers of oncent twLi r threedunshindtw ov r: et far e an et n gaow a to say, a
slightly heavy but skipper Cave in 105 minuk O M R W. 0 B k b arns p
AN IMPORTANT OPENING ROLE w unth toss andkdecided to bat. tas score to 4 by ec r 8 km 6 M 2 b 0 o e O
E Test served to prove, or at least has given the West Indies at th ree wic ets ad fallen, off Cave for four He then t k Mc com e 2 o M o 25 d
e
bu mou to lda obet rIT tdm itng six u I hast h our la geenruT hho r a ove bxuwa 3the Asam er \ I sa o w s

i et t i ce r a d hek rnma the et c b 1 n as Pa of eks wk )13 5-38 .

fib A aS kR Out o
recording a very different result today. In 190 mmutes. G. Proverbs top- pace with test scoring P Fall or wickets 1-9, 2-51. M. K A Ring a a s o
However this victory is another step in the direction of persuading scored with 70, giving a chance at He was run out at OT, however,
the Imperial Cricket Conference that the West Indies should be in- 50, while Wilkes hit three sixes by a brilliant shy in from
cludedddin lans rdisitsp nes ad d e1idst a c ,et sb W n a a 2--67.'Itle a CARLTON vs COMBERMERE on rm addem b AA
some clear policy 54, which included 10 bound- score s ing and the COMBERMERE .. 99 Shortly after the interval Harris
POLICE BTAGE AQUATIOB aries. Dennis Atkinson at number Thirfr runs later Wanderers A heavy shower brought the was out leg before to K. Hutch-
flONGRATUATIONS to the Police for having staged a successful four made 33. Norman Marshall lost their third wicket with his Cariton-Combermere First Divis- inson for 3 runs. Murrell the last
Aqdatic Meeting on Thursday. I did not expect to see such a is not out with 16 score 70, and when he seemed all lon Fixture at Carlton grounds to man in survived an appeal. Gran

I t pd a en o db e h 8 fr I s9 n rea h he In on su n t 9 s rn M3pos k
saW tLon en oeur ent to those interested in the spread of st< dile ad Hutchinson opened managed to get hold pt. G kge Grant, who went Arst over t o K.ad e 1
I am among those who would like to see some proper use being Mtes innings against Norman EMPIRE vs. PICKWICK highlighted the game. His score K. Hutchinaan's next over to
ehot there ceRent taheilitimewhis la atMpa w ch arae beg hRn erEe Atkkinson C EMPIRE (for 3 wkts.) . . .. SO I clouded el tefokrs thep n e d wn b he a e
ndab pionteern orts, are harnessed into an island-wide sport yfarshall's over. D nlashi o staAtMat t low u 4rain whied apTrhoeximatelyolt mhaCo bermere iK. pWaanwKo as rdoneght H
spell at the wicket, he never lasted for 10 minutes pKm. an batsman to reach double figures crashed the ball to the boundary
SOME 80ATTERED EFFORTS I'e me 1 quite at ease in 1 he ton Oval yesterday, sn ns g- was O. Wilkinson, their opener, in the Arst and third delivery
There have been some Meets staged at Whitsuntide at the Bar- odgedhthe second ball from Atkin- on the first day of the pPkkwick? who knocked up a brisk 23. A from Warren to carry his score
Aq t C bcan8some la v e oemp rm et n()istin sorn rou k the ltihps toatG Empire First Division cricket fix- G nt msplartan rs 124 with to54butcin ed a we


sponsible for most of the organized spade-work oven if they couki t inson made n clumsy loss of 3 wickets best bowing performance for the By the time the players had
actabsorbtheproposednewAssociation. atWmpttandwasbowled Raintellearlyduringtheda BlackRockteam. Kenniewasreached the Pavilion a heavy
Harrison and Queen's College have been making their contribu- plaimed us e dthr e. Atkinson and play was started at 2.45 p.my mainy responsible for routing the shower came and the school boys
tlan war o e etheesmallo preu taquati ali htbitt m last ball of his sw r l ino the The wicket was heavy and easy Brickie" Lucas and "Toodie., could not take the Aeld.
placingetyhis form of sport firmly on the local sporting map Brookes who had taken a single paced at the start, but as the Warren captured two each for 15
AN ALL-ROUND ATHLETE 0 sert ARBOUR POLICE CONSTABLE BEST deserves cr s Fwins The fourth wicket fell 10 runs breezy 32. His style was not very Wilkinson opened the innings.
all round athletic ability. He followedhup h lannpi d champion later. C. E. Gill made a big hit attractive but he certainly got the Wilkinson quickly settled down THERE was less than two hours
Poll Sp tsheatr er di22 enark (free style), the 75 yards overhead for six oft Marshall ball to the boundary. and scored freely around the atepha untnhe pC leg I
breast-stroke and the 300 yards (free style). then in the last ball of E. He was engaged in a partner, wicket. because of rain. During this time
Who knows that one who showed that promise might turn out Atkinson's third over he spooned ship with O. M. Robinson which When the total was 10 Knight Police occ pled the wicket and
good enough to represent Barbados and even the West Indies in tTe btaol H. Proverbs who caught Celdo h anna. Ro nson, t e asnelean b wleWarrnnt' fo r made 45 runs for the loss of 4
aquatics in other parts of the world. C. O/Williams joined Hutchin- Pickwick won the toss and sent over. wickets. Of this total Capt. W. A.
FIRST OPEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT who had as yet survived the Empire to bat on a wicket that G. Grant partnered Wilkinson. F mPw %Mhoer 1t wl e x ns
R MANY YEARS now there has always been the cry "Barbados nderers attack. but without was slowly drying out. O. M- Both batsmen batted with ease
A' should have an open tournament. Trinidad and British Gulann adding any runs to the score, he Robinson and H. D. Wilson Runs came easily and this pair College's fast bowler J. Williams
do and why shouldn't Barbados?" Well there is an open Tournament edged a ball to G. Proverbs it opened Empire's first innings to carried the score to 40 hetore took all four wickets at a cost of
at present in progress and there is a move to send a representative li s of Dennis Atkinson's bowl- the bowling of H. H. King and Wilkinson was out leg before to 20 runs. He sent down just over

u h sB o r wr sAps inf allan mb Lod dra 3 1 s rk sl4 udn3 s f mil ste E rn a chhi ndteod ta w wedd nin o a t wh c ne a
the same tournament before another wicket fell Wicket in his third over. He got After this "Ken" Hutchinson.
Hard M. DichChw De ale na d mTa o hLas kiHilipa Ha c adTatte7st idlop n Wilson give an easy ch to bowlirsBrite tLeuensodhman ed p. adsn h yu e

h e5r n a to edth a t an eeTBS a (11 n nt in beakl I mH saeql we Ill o nR.m5 e e e b n a in
Cricket Association. Now fans can see them in action and be in a took the catch. pa ere 9. Robinson was then 2 not out. defensive shots before he was which turned out to be easy
position to auge their relative strength. Lodge's tail end fell to Williams partnered Robinson caught by K. Hutchinson off the pared.
of.t addi on touthits thTehventude comT itse sc teo i s, additional seven runs. r a" Wtheen a was taken a alf hour swlinguo Lucas without opening C. Blackman and F. Taylor
the need for an active Amateur Lawn Tennis Association has been Wanderers had dismissed the Williamsel8 eou nd Robbso hyn d ti 10 .7 Wimr Poun to
established, and I think, accepted. It only remains now for the home team in about half an hour 13 not out. Mr. Smith passerea Grant who Corbin. uns came a la and
public to lend their support for the poor showing of 22 runs. Only 13 runs were added by by this time appeared to be quite 13 had been made when Blackmm
In just five overs Eric Atkinson this pair after the interval when settled down. He scored a single attem ting to drive a delivery
half of had taken seven wickets for nine Robinson was caught by King at off Lucas and went up to face from imams mistimed and was
HE Ladies will occupy the sport spotlighBifor theHfirsh School runs Dennis Atkinson claimed the second slip off slow leg-break K. Hutchinson. He pulled the bowled for 7. Capt. Farmer join-
Trini a la shBarbad tron laTeaamu ber of Cricke, Hockey, Ping- hn taboe tickets oneo bataman wler H. A. Marshall. He scored tartshu 1 keunnM o a itTa w dxdsoo@n 11 s accouHe
ydaN hd p n gainHi amSc o Qu aCo a St bowrlingA Iding thn Wilkfs In ars Ilthadp kiCnoverd.t Hm but t last ball he was caught o wanot e oft Corbindn thm e

si r ofa ch v en rtMt tdheanoo Othoe 8n a 6ol 1 h o ts nhpeb k rS h p nb e
ames. I am anxious too to see how the ladies will fare in their bowlers pegged away with little edge of Robinson's bat giving King to Lucas. His place was taken further loss
evasion of cricket that once was only a man's game avail against this confident open- a dolly catch. With the score at by O. Beckles who was quickly
mg pair. Atkinson started to g3 51 for 2. A. Symmonds joined Hutchinson. On resumption only two runs

h e O It m wra n u e a o c Kn ned nT m

to MA a ad unea IB b sn PordelsMth a eliasThlome no ghtrepla cCoBr rookand 32 wn came the rain immedi- The following partnership by the comwas M8wl e xWimaam

.gab eA t e hm sin t Or a n I uns of
Sporting fans should be encouraged to pay for their sport and At lunch, Wanderers had coral swamp than a cricket field. one of Kennie" Hutchinson's slow was caught by Worme. The rain
realize that in doing so they are playing their part in improving 30 runs at the rate of a run a Three of Empire's wickets were deliveries was stumped by which had beam drizzling for some
the standard of sport in the island and indeed in many cases, in minute. Atkinson was 22 qpd down for 59 runs in about 70 wicket-keeper Marshall when his time, now came down heavily
keeping a particular kind of sport alive. Wilkes 2. minutes. score was only four. ad Ro h daheswil putting an


FORM UNFOLDING
and Dg I et ee tobuer e areeb nanil leevealinglgallo

there are on or two who look like very good bets
For instance I see no reason why Storms Gift should
not dispose of the A class field in the Stewards Stakes
with some ease. Fanny Adams I understand is not well,
neither is Beacon Bright, judging from his performance
oml on e phetentdheeavouredGutdSiaemo s chlS rum
but he is such a notorious glutton for work that I doubt if he will be
fit after galloping with such as Battalion and Colleton. Slainte had
the Arst really good gallop I have seen him gvien since he was in
preparation for the March meeting and this was with the C class
River Sprite yesterday. He did not impress me very favourably.
That leaves Elizabethan and although I think she will give them a
good run, yet her absence from the track since Christmas is playing
its part in retarding her progress. I therefore think the fittest horse
will win and there should be no doubt that this will be Storm's Gift.
In fact there is one thing I would like to see this mare Storm s
Gift doing and that is running a mile and a half. But there are no
races of this distance anywhere in the West Indies outside Jamaica
soeit is a for tho9 fuHooweg c ,b th irone is ableGtfotjudge from
best stayers we have seen out here for some time. May be not quite
the class of Salamanca, but definitely better than Sugar Lady.

Next on the ITo t fNvo r eOT Nu BeERun Queen. It is
possible that she is the type who runs better on the bit than when
given a free rein, but her times have been little short of amazing.
Her once round yesterday morning in 1.19 was achieved even easier
than her five last Wednesday. Few prencration gallops in better
Sme have ever been done here,
But there is no certainty that Sun Queen will have it all her own
way for the entire meeting. She will have to reckon with Kidstead
and Fair Contest and in the distances, at least, they should afford her
a lot of competition. Kidstead is even more impressive than Fair
Contest except that her starting is badly in need of improvement.
ppmn twell ettleftaby co ous en a ehis she cannot allow to

Strange to sayDERB rbP npLDar PRO eGained some rivalry
after all. It should still be Watercress's race but Apollo, Colleton
and Brown Girl might be taken out of the class in which I placed
them last Sunday. I said that they were among those who could not
k p up algood


d r ene arurming a disthneme e y etr lar nb
t aimet e h se hem e
should stay the distance comfortably. She is ond of our tew Derby
candidates ever who has had a preparation which would cause one to
think that she was expected to contest a race of nine furlongs and
not six or seven.


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Meets Olympia jStoran's Gift And Sun Queen
r wrawn Do Best: Kidstead And .
- H 1 n d ndt M n.p April Flowers Work Well
T hic o yr lubAug top- THE track was opened up completely yesterday for owners
High School. Trinidad at Queest s and trainers to send their horses against the inside rail for
CTue e towindeemn adsha@d te arstTtdme since preparat opnak f tf t Tsstt tw a
5 rn. pme wt@ be oppped by and the going was on the hard side. Consequently times
Mrs. Savage and the were fast throughout the morning.
Axtures for other ass gre:- However Storm's Gift did a very -
Priday. 4th August at a.m.; impressive mile gallop in 1.434
Ping Pong at St. itwea's Raishing very strong while Sun ( a # aggg, 8
Behool. ecn again Rgured prorna.ie..t 15%Fal UssaCL L
G idaya4tth d t 1.19ttoing ea 10 di 0^" At R kl
School. good work-outs were the .mport
Saturday, $th August at 1 30 more Kidatead and the half-tre
p.m.; Cricket. B M.b vs. Queen April Flowers. ICidetend s mi \ PULl. pres;r no of no anal
College at Queen's College. for five furlengs was 103 15 hu e now has been crangest to be
Tuesday, 8th August at 9.30 this was accomphshed after sl t wkt th: to b aged a the
aB at u 18 Teg of Valley had to wa for b it napthe titj I kt (Ifa 1 our trim 1111
Tuesday. 8th August at 5.00 bit April Flowers did seve my so tal can wntions for the
to"et a HISzt Qn a u finishing me Ilastd I i se mp < si st
college Times for the morning were a pite ung and putting events and a
p N taballoth Au st at 5 00 to ou c8 lia: four in 52) easy a w lev$a t j 1110
neen s College at Queen a Col- Gallant Hawk tuo sd crsT s co up.ation prone

T ba th A1gust at 5 00 eLlast six furlongs and 47 yards ebe i thr halt on
G 1 S chool at St. fur 0 ags lass eMxa Mxh d teh I hr r g a 11 Ip
p i ba thBATt atOS 00 1. e and Musk started ot? vill play tte three hows and also
pla Club Second Team at Belle. together but Rebate left he his hand up. The ladies will be
plane partner at the two and went ahead at 13rda ndti e sath a
; t 112 HuS vs Is a toBeot xs esMx Yb e i5r the ined ine-I te flav 1 ti-
eam at Queen's College saddle this time but still pulki plaving a six-hole event
IViondaHoclketh u ten ngto du ee 1 Ome5Flower They at a


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la th 14 OWal I 8 P F H /nt dt n
August rne on ay the four leaving the mare to do have been asked to sign up q9

sA divrilechoanlSaturd T go innd the box ar as s c < ath to
Tuesday, 15th August instead of Starry Night. They I allowed to bring as many guests
did box to box in 1.23 2/5 as they wish
Locke Wins Golf e < as qd FIRST NATIVE ADVOCATE

gY RnSTR uly 29 e nd a t&dma box to box in a unattive in

bos k Atr ngen nu n r he in a asA
h h w stheTr ri einnin Sun eenn thenMdidllath we
North British Harrogate Profes- Tiberian Lady went from the
sional Tournament here. This neven doing the last lap in
ot t plmo y it 1. ab ous was seen out but not
he has won three tournaments as going fast enough for timing. IOUSE

w asnthemO n ap)a tdro o3 MS Few to rdina5 alf speed TdNG BA 8
grate for the 90 holes of the Battalian did Ave in 1.08 3/5. PULLY STOCKED BAS
e leventewas 348 oHbeat Kenb MaTs o tin ONg a at the RATES: $5.00 per Day &
i6sk5n2t by three strokes with bitSI as v Sprh? g? 4,.
frTo-day tienMthe a ndeposo nth a Ang er 74 furlongs the Apply As. WS HOWELL
storm Locke had 70, both BousHeld Vanguard did not look com-
and Rees missing chances of over- portable against his half bred
hauling him by taking 70bthr s. p I 2J 's Star. They did
"*""""" Apollo did nine furlongs picking
COaununist Leader HishMe tera h he thie at
Defies U.K. Charge 11'i"e"Eakdthaen we p
Max a 1 pold 3 Ane 1 5; 18vi
I ad r e Wes k? 1. relTow rs r ng well
ne denying a threat to within herself did box to box in
o an J.' , gdelive na (13 Sto stride more d
st who is in inside of Silk Plant over a mil
t P ynb we t w nute gaitant ga commend o
r
for an undisclosed destination along with Ability. Ante Diem anti
H parliament a 1 0 eu w lesso ess ter jt rmisom r tli any Of
a
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erre a i 1 AIDS INDIAN WELFARE
Reimann, after which the date NEW DELHI,
for the trial would be 8xed. If Lady Mountbatten has donated
he failed to appear steps might 1,000 to be used by the nursing

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The plan for admission to the ( R 111> STAND
will be opened. us fellows.-
To SUBNCit!lil:lts on TIII IISI) 1Y 27th
JULY, 1950.
To THE GENI:ICAL Poin.K on SEINDAY.
31st JULY. IStin, between ti e hours of 8 13 n.nu
and 3.00 p.m. daily.
All Bookings must he paid in bi S ITL'llDAY,
Sth. AUGUST, 1930, by ::. -- -- -- - -- --
Ladies or Juniors lick 0 .0 : I C.wli.
GENERAL PUHLIC:- ladies per 0..\ sl.20
Gents per Day st.92
rathou L pe, no man
L:ulies sewan 9::00
Gent Sea on 5300
FIELD STAND:- Per Person per Dos : Each

A o ss es on wit\ji do w IIe vi
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W.I. Bowled Out

FOT 198 &##87

Yorks 178 for 3

The West Indies were all out forS EFg5m Ywd 1 here
toda and by t timeo hm wierkeedrawn Yorkabire had

It was a sound performance on a half hours from one and claimed
the part of the county. Thirty- the eighth wicket and it was be.
six by Everton Weekes and Clyde coming a triumph for pace bowl.
Walcott was the best score for the ers. Pierre lasted as time and
opedag mana 4 hi ]aor
played for a fortnight owing to short of the second hundred.
lumbago was 98 not out for York- IValliams hit three fours in that
shire when stumps were drawn. spell and one six to square leg
Yorkshire's Captain, Norman and he was not out 33 when
Yardley rightly estimated the Valentine was dismissed. Theseam
slightly green pitch and put the wlers dlus A oexo o
West Indles in when he won the for 09 outstanding because of his
three and a half hours the unbroken spell.
West Indies were all out. One of Yorkshire Batting
JMela a e MPar YoTh Wre w an k g
alnt h a dsh d t hW uten by th a atm
Hutto weas in is best to f thno sMpl ye bef tea t h ch
a He th ulk of scori on I e Indles gained further

ii te o the I'uns behind s c sunt re ad
Coxon had bowled without a L.esterhadacored50in35mbautes
rest throughout the West Indies for the third wicket. Hutton was
inningsn is e odi the pade it eab a n ee@
tirst three batsmen were beaten fours in 100 minutes He contin-
r, mn to 11ballon u ti D Mo d e e sa ad

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be o
e d sM b a catt t ead
artistry and with Lester the score c b coxon
n erren wh & b nehead 12
until the drawing of stumps. This
fourth wicket pair having so far r as
put on 37 ram

staTe I ateda c

E:?. d
h Za anTanother In wr b Worm"
at 94.
andhoeus oes ea hd M Total uor a wickets no
there were early signs of a big Fall of weekets: 1- 4. 2 64
crowd. In fact, the gates
c d s a

rep tat o hoWu
day. The West
idr m andlet the toss had to h cle ity a
to Yardley, heavytheAo e tr tienhi tell dr
s not long before there k Market and continuing up
were ans of a turning ball, and to Baxter's Road. the gutters very
g s Marsh 1 meyappeals t overtowe aiandssometim
dismissed that way. Then Yard. the road These blockages were
le sprehadea ledaMarse jso umt e ad ohme larwastirea hi
f"Jh or aaun to[dj oand ha no e nia beseaocan a of
da knahd t 11 4es red mx w hasnae ad b asn a
ge u esPof the es ables anpdrtpaper thomTedsmh
through Trestrall's defence and
touhi bkoe h al t %, and he Enterprsse
and Weekes took the score to 120

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was not good. Without addition a storekeeper for the following
score Week w mbeenten advertise sbeo aced on a

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on w a art a th dh e6 mTr
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-- -- Caval
SNCE Arthur Bliss wrote the run through on its own, without
nuals ter Things to Come, prac- any usual auis. It would sull gager
tieAlty every composer of note in make an interesung pattern for PM 9



but then there are anore had operas dividual style emerge under such at the Globe IBeatre has sods a
than there are good ones- and the conditions? setttng, and though perhaps it as
writing of operas has been going Consider the case of Ralph not as brilliantly outstanding as
am for hundreds of years I com- Vaughan Williams. Wrule he some other historical dramas, at
pere opera and a Him purposely. acknowledges the value of fam is still good entertainment The
They are kindred entertainments, cognposstaon as a disesplans, he re- tale is the same as that of the
in so far as they are a mixture fuses to be dominated by the tech- traditional song of the Uruted
at sound and action. and from a nical aspects of the film He is States Cavalry, and it is that
mustrian s point of view nfor his use of the human group of men, who pouced the
problems are similar A com his concert works and at vast territories of the west. who
of discrimination and dramas is striking how this characteristic are the real heroes of this film
sense would not write the sarn yteinSuences filmwork His Filmed an technicolor with mag-
music for a string quartet that fToa8m: meld edlanad t nificent scene backgrounds. It is
ne would for an opera; he would prelude immediately estabhshes a an exciting co-ordination of the
temper supiratiron a th technique composer sa r a ndMaamps p IM t Taapudm Bot-
ties of the US Cavalry, who is
m. 0 ow I h na about to set out an has last rmsssort
inspiration la must as an in- receives a premonitson that her before his retirement At the
tsagible thing. Sabelius has sand lover is in trouble and about to tune of departure. Rus supenor
""C" J"pea maps ( so bya R Du ga o a Mannsnhunmthe a
conception if a theme is such a la a way that only Vau Wil. riding with tum as far as the
is m f aam kposet ecoku achieve dmilaly, stage coach ten

E -1= ""idoFn n to mmmHe e
can I force them." Some com. content of the Antarctic setting ties is unable to execute his m
,g,-,,,,?,t*;*,t*,-gd stragh an so hof
a ,th laut an toMm rem his own style in all his
physical and mental processes of William Walton has always said




music-where the motivation pow- It is interesting to note how Wal.
"Lba ban mac & huFu de b kMT %stth
&#pired musicians from the ear* rhe Few, and the Passacaglia in
times, Elizabethan c Henr a trema kabll@su
ers at the 19th century are among scenes for which they were writ*
Sch BMm d nuses E( mpa th'hla or c
Walle Similarly, but naturally to ment of his Symphony) are found
in th ch t em ndme


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best loved music mov ng work Morning Heroes th In t k ha urbpr am
'Itaem I c as d61m enin hiso scoo e foA
inspiration The practical n almost percussive vigour film Things to Come, marked the
, ,, **, b seen la hu dasjor uban echearn nz I ac wi dns whkhe o
season why music for the fl h from Thangs to Come and films as a modern medium for
t a n to S Crt tchoets rs, ne k n abacket Tcatthe




{"" @ '@"
Music in this case is only one of music in various forms: piano were nervous about the time fac-
many elements: it must give way music, chamber music, choral and tor, until they had experienced the
to the story, the acting, the M*orchestral music, including seven enormous stimulus to their musi-
o yd ackT- Ct di 1 oa ecomR c liSm actions which the films
salt In writing music for alms ition curbs tertile imagination The 41m magnate is the modern
a technical equipment to uch; at ra ,mb nto n d th em senab

b
fa""' ""'hiba t nl IrishOlo conditions there ifanlobmi
may a ed a tamore u tywa p t:own staondda re ,apr um
t*agedy, symphony to swing, muste teresting to see how he used that bly, to write music to order for a
naus to madrigals and may include Instrument to express the tender- modern film company than it was
sapthing---brass bands, street ness of young Oliver, while the to write for the Esterhazys or the
bands, barrel organs, bagpipes, force and vitality of Pagin's Romp Archbishop of Salzburg. The
solas. duets, choirs or quartets. was equalled by its sense of fun composer is paid to make his
the com s o andMoe 1935, when Arthur da fl ng o teh c
the sound track, so that it it were Bliss wrote his fine score for the m al quality and culture

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above all, trave, he is a here to
those tader his command, and on
the other side of the te, a softer
side at his nature as aled in a
tender scene at the grave of his
utte. where. while watering the
flowers. he has a quset that wsth
her, and tells her his pla as after
he retirement
Victor 3Ick.agen plays the & >rt
of Sergeant MacQuinnon Rough
and tough-given to swaggering
and wath a strong preddectson for
whiskey, he gives a most amusing
thr bers dthe camTare
competent m the r roles
the musical secre of Rachara
Hageman as fine through< ut and
dunng some of the picturesque
in she whkhden Mkn o
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Robert Cummings as the man they
ft as both love, is convincht, and the
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SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1860


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Rower- t class, and the
hale proved lths teachers n
other subjects
mn is
ing Eli th to drive Sar
und a car n any spare time



Oxbur al h all
ouldPnglishman's castle-home
Naturally, there 1.* a room

studis-not because of its illus-
trious associations, but because it
has a north light. The secret
bonalls and of hidey-holes
a in uset for keeping tennis
The elaborately carved and
draped four-poster beds. one of
ew ch bboas AaR pre Ee brub
SCOTS, are maybe a little awe-
Inspiring. but they are cosler than
sthMormitory cuts found in most

br ed irls lorump a -room is he

and the Bedingfeld who was killed

fillRt ( IS Elift-ktiltry IS Ift@ '" "
Ancestral Gase
Eve Perrick-On Everybody's Toe of the MPs s es
FROM one of the stately homes of England--one which is*unfortunately in a dominates the scene Somehow he IVONNE
ather ipnua6 sb nh addo au ha Mtcae mia dpgro t msopen seemsoto have a more benign ex-
sent out. After all," says the present
The home is Oxburgh Hall, built as a manor house in Norman times by OGERUS Lady Bedingfeld, he should be M
de PUGEYS and then in 1482 turned into a 100-roomed eastle-type of residence by used to young girls. He was
an eTr3bBE INGFELDnwith a taste for large living. m lzo a Toweri ps For
SIR ADMUND and LADY PASTON BEDINGFELD-the present owner and his wife tlieSrt% in ite of about 000 thorough,
-take into their home a timtted number of carefutty selected young laddes fron' famil rtr 1 2,
fore n countries, tohose parents totsh them to team En Itsh and the ways of aristo r le cooking down their skins, Ma
Eng h county; life in Use gentdwe atmosphere of as old agitah country house." Oxburgh HaUnaeswinn g th a dirt, and
In other words, the I.inth baronet and his pretty wife Joan are trying out a new The Bedingfeld ancestors who
idea in solving the old problem of how to maintain the family homestead. Oxburgh lie under the chapel are probably
Hall has become a "luxury" Anishing school. doi nou ri inudmit o
o a ust r a g eaU2e e Igin j ta7d ZC LMH H % oof ae h t r 3s g

Guinea-Pigs nnount 8thte ed nc as
Since Nicole and Margaret come from countries which specialize in finishing Paston Room has suddenly and w
schools and Elizabeth has already be n the prescribed tre ment for turning inexplicab disappeared. an
bnoolgirlm ad nsis as a super-shinewh otphot t store ting at Oxburgh Sir Edatund phoul-

moreTh ein tin trioMare, e pl he a p s uop11a n treal tdey r d a eat oTImmin on in
on in one language; English for the toreigners and the natvan hape a eWee at d na A es Coo her
it should soon be recognized as

d Asal The War ::??#9:""dh?,"EF:" 9 R'y 59'=" I
pick. Chargeable "extras" oRered Where else could one get the
y JAMES PADGITT sinking ship. include selling, fencing, riding, necessary experience to show
Clark Gable was a colonel The Calvary is represented by hunting, painting, Hower decor8- cash customers round the place*
Air Force but he now is on Ronald Reagan, tion, and a secretarial course. -stag.B.
ired list. The Marines claimed Tyrone wAMM -


Power, MacDonald C
Ford, Louis Haryprg I
udiga d rr Romero chos
the Coast Guard.
Broderick Crawford, Gene Autry,
I Mch y,
anor knR
Ititchum all were enlisted men in
the last one.


John Barrymore, Jr
While all kinds of plans are
teto n rt8 n end
Al Jolson is the first performer to
seek Washington approval to By to
Korea --(I.N.B.)


HOLLYWOOD.
Hollywood was busy taking
stock of itself today with the pos-
sibility that for the second time in
a decade it may lose some of its
top talent to the armed forces.
Most of the top actors in pt,
tures were discharged from World
War II on a reserve status. If the
whole gr TaloM7nntoadsizea
'o nony,.m gag pug w"'n'F
fill their shoes.
Top man of the Twentieth Cen-
tury-Fox lot, Darryl Zanuck, was


Jimmy Stewart, holder of one
of the best war service records,
also left the service a colonel in
the eserves. He was in the air
Air Force reserves also include
Tim Holt, William Holden, Robert
Preston, Tony Martin and Tom


Also in the O.S.S. was Paul
Douglas, a veteran of the African
and European theatta.
Dun Dailey, the .Inging and
damin;; star, was an mfantry
PAaptainMin pthte tthtal nnatcoan 1
it?"tisio nx g dwean
Audie enlisted n the Texas
National Guard


Stevens and Van Heflin
Navy reservists include Wayne
Morris, who shot down seven
>T as 1 nks oR ertT ylo
gomery. Richard Ney and John
Howard, who received the Navy
Cross for heroism involving a


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TowNANDCOUNTRY


FOR some months past repairs have been
in progress to a building at the corner of
Swan and Lucas Streets. The repairs which
are being carried out will leave the street

em dth or veryofli a merreet
a danger to motorist and pedestrian alike

Of far greater importance however, than
that particular building is the tendency of
which if is so striking an example. The
streets of Barbados are so narrow that the
motorist who is so much harried by regula-
tions can hake this consolation, that he

t iso oso, e io eof B
badian eroaO Mbe g wh tme

the highway

The tendency is to perpetuate a state of

am sh rhi nm g esew hethed


of

:-
ticular the streets of Bridgetown.

When repairs or reconditioning of build-
ings are being carried out the Govern-
ment should insist that such buildings
abould bb taken back so as to widen the .
road at that point. Compensation could be
paid to that part taken over by the Gov.
ernmenthor the street but it would be an
*S5pendith in the interest of the island.

Not only in respect of streets and Bridge,
town is the need for Governmental super-
vision necessary. The beauty of this island
itone of the greatest heritages of its people
sad *Rorts directed at preserving its
baggLty will have a great object in view.
AEspresent many houses erected in the
Islast are lacking in architectural design
amL In some the construction does not
Wgine allowpmee for preserving the natural
n o seess8wnot Ae syne
ask itapression of an overcrowded tenantry
rathat than the atmosphere of quiet eue
& is so necessary, particularly in the


t is true that he price o2

class person trying to build a house is

o a
house w is lee# pretentious and have
some ground in which children could play
in safety. The example of those who have
b at Top Rock should be followed.
as 1 set aside as a hy u

fear of being run over by passing vehicles

Along the coast of the island houses have
been going up so quickly that at present it
is didicult to drive from Bridgetown to
Olstin's ap eatch a glknpse of the sea.
NOW thapprocess is being extended along

Ta quisT. Couse
beautg6f that lovely stretch of road will
soon be ruined unless further building can
be stopped on the ,@ side of the road.

This paper has warned against the
unnecessary ent of Government
but in some fields it is necessary that there
be some supervision in the interests of the
island. A Town and Country Planning
Bill should be introduced into the legisla-
ture which would give to Government the
right to supervise the erection of any new
buildings in the Island. The powers at
present held by Government are quite in-
adequate for modern needs.
Government has not set a good example
by abolishing the post of Architect and
Town Planning Officer. A correspondent


-?:E- gh eolun tu this
Public Works.

Government must wake up to its re-
sponsib ties. Thea t

they do nothing to enhance the prosperity
t' of the island nor to ensure that the long*
term interests of the island are safe-guard-
Ad. Only an Act along the lities of the one
which failed to become law would begin to
gItte the necessary supervision d direc-
floa to the development of the Ad. Only
tighn will the people know that the beauty
attheir island home will not be squandered
and sullied with impunity.


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SSmUMER

SUITS
made to MIeasure
from the following ,,


I Got Soaked!

IS I OMy ddMr o 1) agagg a for of dp It es.abu
asperiences or roreign travel wishins a the same mis
by penetrating far into the Scot. FUR Fla take in Bootland, I asked the sta
# itteent spectacle on How To Do A Bit Of what he thought about Home
an sides are the cairns and gorms RUHefer dear. ken much

rh h n 1 n thh di ee in eard her

to h pu o su ono o a oa ne eo big

nu a ke rs in & ed
an wi Scotland live in HEN you get near at last you em m th e
frino U sin my ukja t awHn on yaow urnd- buGn w theyn nothing antler
forest. ankpgeofoth rj o erark ad every year was a great strain on
gag you get bruised all over and soak. a fellow in these days of austerity
eda to mh skin and covered in e
S'^E have no Yet people pay enormous sums STAGS lose their antlers in
nd rea heA ut nkdohnt crnoBoto dergeor thheey rr took A 8 II ad m dt"
during the rutting season in the oned it cost about 25 to shoot a On the contrary, he said, it was
au mn ew e hm hr us es nd asomeason teprbaggb m dd Mmi & over a rock
him. "dar t mo7ke inow, ut no one or something and suddenly bang
be s termu h to drive ad ath e arOunn sh eg wo g on our antler like
end of the season he's so fed up lb dressed and the meat etches You'd Serk up your head to see
des t co loe thlethbeo 11 Ing hee ves, or hinds, don t seem the de ad ioonn 01 eDrion a on an wdid th docawit ethe
to mind being left with the chil- stalker who accompanies the Well, he saida we usually eat
n. on t a r sCrts e eThh bedalled hum- ern There lot Mdealelum in
months' that to grow a new set.
of taurdto stag I athe roinghtini '" samers sea
are stin covered with velvet, so HELPED by a professional
gu pdon'bahoot them till sittinsta r agorto ear oam Es talked ort a
But the MacWicksteed, of Ben stags were keeping watch for him, stag said he must be awa the
H mp t d, d ,uturh@hhas been rat ike fags at a pubHe school. nloo, ut h d ofkny v n

asnAeworrdeAn any tl e nb utto to en e old tag a sorAn d A his to in
is no law against interviewing a et airb I've only come to to a ced do
he way to stalk a stag is first When I was in Cyprus recently the boys at the burn.
to pick one out on the mountain I was taken to task by a local ---L.E.S.



I AM MORE impressed with ggg the showroom where the finished
t minth9at n 5 Aather of Phaeols eas ti s el 8wo tb -

ape C bMeTult "Thengnt % Town A, IT11 eh n ri n ed
food it is very good but when it a true poetic theme and always man Karl Axa has the born
ad it n @'seem to forSet ex r ssed i erhm oth & & twri f I es S u Ic e v
thaniw ting is m T a7 e m- n ft th o lon o bat has a nnweto ulate
"ookf a ry),oan eoTdri ce, g nut a wlell hav G e ters o tHeddmirabde e"
share with other people But dard a or Colonna who would and John Harrison's artlele on the
there is no need to inform them have delivered the order the next subject is excellent. It is a pity
in addition how clever you are, morning (except the pessariest) that Golde White's gossipers has
and those who like terreting out Superficially, visually, it looks been printed upside down, (or
obscurities are more likely to like poetry, but is in fact little bound an upside down in my
t na star ry od ca uzzleathaen a hi bro exe 1se in co )e Thkr abed Mbmis
words some of these contributions thrown in to "epater le bourgeois". by this treatment, but hers has
@rinke a me as intolerably self- ovGelnedallmatte t e manner earneddhedight j hstandd on its
This seems to me to be espe- Their authors have not rea ot I finish with a plea, I notice

arm th ro d h shprra ohne p hadhe c enoa caenn e e
Gued h eEnrs aSn CHathU. p nt yit Fa wrud rn down
analish speaking poets have frey Drayton, cast in a different ternity of writer whose outlook
o edlintNj kr 1 rent innn re r d p igh da sh udd remcenMs a colour and
Aey are, the French verses of not literature but the raw mate- ject which poisons social inter-
Roland Dorcely seem to me to rlal from which literature is course in the West Indles? Can.
have caught the secret of poetry made not people write about their fellow
mo ri unl2s ti E shpretentious lik R se greatest a huma beingsr the t continue 16
Iwa e eptir Deat Wu nus llirk e t %ear to at ntsate T embuofunan her hiswl 11:
something to say which can only shops and immortal literature and it is
be said in verse, in other words It is wiser not to let them past the same everywhere.


) Panama otton
Suitlas .. ..... . $23.00
Pare Linen . . . . 531.50
All Wool Tropleals
from $44.50
Da COSTA & Co., Ltd.
DRY GOODS DEPT.


OIJM READERS SAY:
Crfeketers and Sunday former taking for his text St. tion s Limited which is indeed a
To the Edtor, the Advocate Paul's exhortation in 1 Corin* credit to local erattmanship, but a
SIR,-At Manchester, in June. thians, lo, 18: "watch ye, stand greater surprise laid in store for
in connection with the Arst Test fast in the faith, quit you like men. me as I joumled towards Harmony
Mae et he on semicPi t a amre Hla d e tre w i p ens
taig Methodist Church-Hall, called priest thou unto me? Speak unto very much with this pa ace, and
men o easotu e ve to of Israel, that they struck rr Ms I oth
Indles Cricket Team, and link I have the item from my church West Indian islands, certainly not
nh R n a e
were the Rev. Palmer-Barnes of the Towpapers beginning Col Michelin in the near future
am aget a the dp, e Av Now is not that something h ry a uBa ad
G Men, StPCM andChadoo e plabetter rot com a ath a tin va
ne o ud the wea e sea the
chester Athletic Association, and om h an due respect for preach women law-breakers and
anch or rooTwildcithbe P. G. ddqu / Abigg Sam
who is also a Methodist Lay Pleased Policeman west Indies will join me in wish-
e seven members of the To the Editor, the A4woeste ing at thpetr W t
team were expected to attend but SIR,-After nearly eight years titude and with Col. Michelin's
Anally only two, Messrs Goddard of absence I am indeed' delighted ambition of uni80ation of the
deq ad 1 Pin Tvwas ith pronsbm sland home %e Indi so So.A J
d athanat8Twd of 1800 persons m der sna n structures, the attempt. not forgotlan that
The preaching part of the see to mention. In my nocturnal Jamaica has set the example.
vice was taken by Mr Whatley rambles I was struck by the KENNETH GR1PPITH P.C. 8057.
and the Revd. Palmer-Barnes, the recent building erected by Planta- July 28, 1950.


Is~ O Cev~~ aalebate


IN the correspondence columns of this
newspaper during the week, attention w-
focused on the destruction of trees and 'he
ill effects which this practice must have
on life in this island. There is little ex-
cuse to be oRered but the real reason is
that the average person falls to realize the

o?" kn odne of1tan, ad M mic
which to regrettable.*
The popular idea is that trees are planted
to provide shade for men and animals
when they are growing, and cooking fuel
when they are felled. There are far great-
pr uses for trees planted methodically.
They beauty% fetsur und ngs a

prevent erosion when planted on the hill-
sides, they also prevent landslides by can
ing water to percolate more easily after
heavy rains, they provide shade in places
where it is necessary and finally they at-
tract the rain so necessary in a country de
pendent upon agriculture.
n some par fithe worl


oan n ladnedmanken eal kn
caution is taken because it is felt that one
may die and the other, having survived will
replace that which had been removed. This
is not the case in Barbados. The Legisla-
ture rece y passed a bill which will allow

"" "'bhnd but

."-'h tth whhn or
concerned with their value.
There are people in this island qualified
to speak on the subject and the matter is of
suincient importance that some individual
or society or civic body should undertake,
by means of literature or lectures or both
to enlighten the general public on the ne-
cessity for protecting trees and to acquaint
them with the grave dangers which can
follow the indiscriminate destruction of
trees. Any such action would be welcome
public service.
It must be admitted that the practice in
this island became prevalent in recent
years because of two reasons; first the in,
creased value of furniture made from ma-
hogany and secondly because of the serious
shortage of firewood. The prevalence of
ground provisions as a popular article of
diet demanded a greater amount of cook*
ing fuel than would otherwise have been
the case; but if trees suitable for cooking

fue dare removed metho y, then e
planting oe o trees whenever one is fell-
ed. It is the indiscriminate destruction of
trees, even fruit bearing trees which needs
prompt attention.




The welcome arrival of Tamanian apples
ill Barbados this week coincided with the
ival at this of a cl fr
Dally TelnewspaperLondolpping om
The clipping is in the form of a letter
and is beaded Canadian Apples. It quotes
the imports of apples into Britain for the
past four months of this ear. The fl res
show that 2,555,710 of apples were im-
ported from all countries in that period
and 1,477,000 trom Canada.
The writer of the lette$ a Mr. Hugh
Quilley of is ver? perturbed.

ah reag HT45tanadd Can dira
58---an exceedingly proatable transac-
tion, when one considers that the control
price for the new English enop will be 42.
And he asks "must the British home
producer be put out of business and the
British consumer exploited to the limit?
Quality for quality, cost for cost, price for
price, the British producer can meet all
fair competition. Let the Canadian Gov.
ernment stop its subsidies and the British
Minister of Food free the British market
and the real position will be clear."
Ho far does this tl do stic
w apparent y me
Issue in the United Kingdom aRect the
buyer of apples th ]harbadost The answer
is simple. Forbidda access to the Canadian
market and finding no apples available for
export from the 11pited Kingdom the local

au8 oM n e hr e e
diture of 20 cents will not regret the ex.
experience and will welcome the enterprise
of the importers who provide a real pleas.

ea ITeathan & price f all but the
But when it is known that the cost to
the importer of these apples exceeds 100
per ton then it ought to be immediately
obvious that Barbados is suffering because
Great Britain has no apples to sell and will
not allow Barbados to bu in a chea r
Canadian market.
, If apples were not so rich in vitamins and
such good food it would matter less. As it
is, it matters much.


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Ren The Bell Rings...

It's One Big Party
*
8 &

Esk Amy
T to es tha eAn as you can call me when you re-

,a set, the el
Gov nt at My nd t or tas are focused on that building

he u
=:<::ms: 1 7:4,.N""i.-- !RE
ainds attimjsh Mt e n Y 8 e five hundth s e b 1
same as was done a century ago. through a broken glass window
In 1984 the exchange was Whose without cameras look up
t At in up8 r float to a hon
a shabby old building at the an eawth a linesman ever traces



lives on the premises and answers have patience, and if you do not
night calls only from 9 p.m. till possess patience, you will surely
amyeardinunddear7out.m.TU8 enltivatepatience in Antigua.

011 Om. d he emals40 pw" on i se ul nd anjan(a ulj
extra operate rs employed to re- e spu aknngni o ni
ation that commercials, doctors,



sE tiicsaino ino rem la Mr Harvey Smith who is male- e
is-"Are these yet another lot of survey on behalf of tne
isgu s paskagen omb ?, Irhagined Oh w e afee


nmianar e io e rvi h e rislaSnudpt t Te e ho us.D
y Uness a Of cl urse we oe Ey Cohon Bloodw

neaeddnefurthk co{ mn o au of a e di

dthhMh n s


e 31nr r so e e 181 d m h n o onel ilBTS NEVER MISS TR
point, from the Narrows to Gulana next Monday. Colonel BI w h
it""f,;,,""*,=j ybru a dam 1 k Bar . TO Have
otherdat M Sain are in the air 0 ****Mr Processing
three, four and Ave parties. The
one line which carries Ave parties as c ,, ESCIOry
goes in the direction of the fash- MO M **Psar*
ionable Beach Hotel area, Num. 8 e an & e dw An opportunGEORG5TO tish
she is required her bell rings SIX (Barbades Adveeate Correspondent) Gulana s cassava farmers have


B'd A n K Ge
n a 0, an ag go 4 A dad n d ril ap c ssingt gry
that she meMves excellent service is being ordered on the market for ton.
b n n C n ed a d m eo r

can Mo meem raa lem ommodi beshued "in the na prprogr mme of nereased
n h ean crims

causes frequent cross talk. One cumshn th importation and fa u ) ITo d ro a e til
a ciblea G verno after thru A statement lasueg Saturday by for farmers cassava; (2) provide
p speak on a the Food Controller stated that a consumers with a nutritious flour;
0 p o ad tdyw inMac was To u anh epen nreducew la

e ohA e damn d ag sw epngs B Odred atoCthe ur, ut resent pt
There is no telephone directory. troller said, was recently imported also to the production of cassava


are all a very eScient good quality. America
natur od & op ak b th ressm Meme ui neltris prt eddo tabl1Pshminr the
they are the most intelligent up. Government had sent samples of River and North West Districts.
to date Information bureau. There what was described as "stock machinery for processing cassava
u ano an rin to a in M h rn rG ge wnmeaTh r mh t
change, and any of those a rls interested. Only one firm took up not only provide employment for


amazeddo ot teo" mbe o was ded Ot n- ch m h lar to f r
to answer the bell instantly and whole grains and the rest broken istthiectPomer n ant gro wing
some who never answer it at all grains. The Importer oRered the centres Cash will be paid for
Tih anhd heace ttom7 ga tacT and to om ab su pHestraans c anr pa .au
lad at a dance hall will turn the when he had 200 bags left the
handle and say "Operator are Trade Controller seized the stock
you there?" 1'es "Well star on hand. e
there". The importer said he was await- .
The operator gets her's back ing the outcome of the issue with fggg ggg
whe ks me ejever Mrson dModes interest beca uncot at Barbados Adveeak Cone on eat)
of the morning. "Any Hour" is feed from British Guiana "If I KINGbTON


n un t I s h v
d



a thee dhav n h b w h n t I an itnh n
cases the operator says, "O.K. Is shipped as "stock teed". darntleors as tthee thed importance of


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I8-Tamous snap shot of Antigna n Telephone Excha

Canada Does 8 3m (JDeris
More Trade With
,T
B. G v
thrbaden Advocate Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, marbades Advo
Canada continues to be Britis



3 ane 30 ll950imamounte e it remain
$27 231,212 As it is the Colony The ob ect of


m red w thf ,G 86 r e
j
ro a

a t pth id a 00e wit and in other wa
valued at $11.424,036 slightly The Library
more than one half of which was the public du
lida .Canada and the balance to Augusb3r or s
6 t it n sztnexvul[ne f 6 ( < w <
Only other items which reached


Ada
in 1949, $12,935,768 came front
itai 1 th r rnilli motje hun Practis
Canada have remained more a
less static Barbadon Advo
first ite*Nai 8 FACtory
anacean Advoeste corre. ondeno Robert Adam



a beprod chonarin m ki/ duC e
n
from Government, under th En h ocomi
pioneer industry law. children, and pl
o
belt I anticilpatM htoout ast av' e bef
day.


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SUDYADVOCATE


Questions In
Parliament
WEST INDICES UNIVERBETY
....,,...WE week asked
oeon re a pd Wh for wt
0. j neor"'wit o *;
ddi ein I memaking hiects

d Or and
contemplate making p vision for

se a

it" -3'928
?be initiated in this Univer-
Mr. Orlaths: The University is
n autonomous body. I will con-
tto t uggestion of the hon
Miss Ward asked the Secretary



West Indian Governments
emanise that unemployment
Ims a adnesech"sthisceaCo s

it jhtnre nt nifor at mees
he j 11 n I I
exchange service has recently



voltio allig in nkpl
ing of those leaving school nr
@ t n.Tut see sUni dtheK


establish ent ordarmin g itut t tes
ad so nts is its"graciultu tivae'g

co j in, the question of un-

1 y I na tT

nge. o t a di 8
drafted in the light of a report
attliNg b e icon du rnd
Ee o'o "e *"' ?du do
completed apprenticeship training
uns nuena, seen carries out.
Labra Gold and Dollar Balance
Mr. Keelbs asked the Chan-
cate Correspondent) CO1 1 f the Exc3 uer ifR o II
GEORGETOWN statement showing the dollar ex-
a of


inekritish Guiana 1ext Ba eeof Pa meant's
his visit is to ad- 1 ni asd ho ef eth


a
j ra e he rs for each Ind sdual Col ye
wi a v 11 r ino a p


ys 0181088 Are
will be closed to
ring the period RECO
pr t < s at ee THE present shortage of sweet
et To cu alemul
He said that around the month


ms To
With suitable weather the sul
e In B.G. se...... .. com
orm th lprge ssed into t
cate Correppondents or aen ms fpdoce


GEORGETOWN.
s, British Guiana


tl ewoeks n
g horne dwithht (8
ans to practise his
re the Supreme


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Remember:


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PAGE TEN


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I the p lot took hise spot years .


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ons e
After travel ng about a mile out 9
se op d o of

ss at e as aiv co pe construct on



r e
me to the relief a e maony d Ns "h Lto doema esh anorfront was
8 8 5 d Ltoit s el hearta dul and b Oni uonnde sur2jvo had so
away, and the cockpit was reduced Plane On how a three mark the
to me e Uon of the aeroplane us2a 4 aon o u d e
o I e w th
nt nt Barb < s in po t the a teel
ea 0 til ane isto a stalemate, a & th@ MRCh far Vrors
vered that the engine wa not n b cos n d Dean Of Trialdad

j n ro" ("it."t"rg,: To Give Itfission
anome engine a type whic
has been discarded since 1917." Some Useful G1fts
When interviewed last evening ThiemB badosMAergitClu h inartuados Adva a O^
to ePa n ed h i 1 e landftermu ir a woT e Ve Rev J M. Ash-
tention of building another all ne 'plate had crashed. will be vishing British
ne at acreplane in the neat Mr Charles Baeza, another next month to give an 8.
After the crash, Mr Skinner um Mdo tehne th a se A o t
a t t Iis a r ve e e gr tds a C and John, M Coast. Dem.
building the plane or building an- M alla d h ra arr StRe d w ha n
This scheme tell through an< Butcher and himself after th the n will arrive on
f ethe Barbad smAeron udb ne ul b ns ti of con* n nSOP r 1.
sponsors of the fund for permission MdH bs ida at ey were sorry dae 6 a a m. 3 pc ach
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SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1950


SUNDAY ADVOCATE


(I. S. A
Stepped
To 834,
The g p ans
oMees and suse sear the 000
now in ungem, Carl n.
Chalagnan at the Souse Annea
bratcqu commate. anaMttpeed
sacrease is under
Trtgagg a 1

Law-
wants to


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When over-indulgence in food and
drink cause headache or stomach
dissuefort Alke-Settaer brings you
First Aid. Drop one or two tablets
1 of water. Watch it Ass and
Asks-settser at ANy time.


1 -. a <:.-
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50. BAR
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2.@? so siG-h ed es o
.Tyl 30 1932. will remember the Alilsob Aircraft'company of
wo1tay effort of Mr. Jack rica Miss Barbados" was complete
and Mr Sydney Weath in November of 1982 ag from


to h < ir November IS, to a b hou Ready For Flight
one who is now accommodate it, they ere given On Sunday, November 13 the
1ab dtos ce COM permission b An Jonn ntit reh n anrTw C c eunte
ch no He is a ory for houss This since it was intended to use the
I I ha e m7%nthouses the Bico ustu there as an airstr@eB
a r ent ons the un- Engine Bought is to oe cholls. ae



anMrh kin d t at he 1 p s
owned and built the first and only Mr 5Tdnner was building a eth Inot ov r 1
ce er bs t an flo n I teon ng r l ande t h CRAS 8 ON
and flymg a 'plane into something gave as one of e chief reasons r or so not
sit vt eth e t aan h e a
Bay Mansion of a high winged Mr Sk newwas taken up in the Sarbados decided to send her on

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Sty Jelem Prieleam
C pels nB rkd uSrtdMatthaa
is by tar the best known to visit-
a ed at ce t oflt is si
drl e d r terna
SenoMmint ion.is tot d,
it celebrates the centenary of its
Consecration on the 2nd of Attg-
us n1d9e Bishop Coleridge (1824
42), the first Bishop of Barba-
do so r it ro rarru j11 as cu


also educated to a certain extent
h ns, oantthesonnewly there d
parish Churches were reduced to
Tths 3thebburr nondrAu u
faith and courage he remained
undaunted, and with subscriptions

Church that had been demolished
o fore he gave up the reins of
M John Mayers, a very active
and public spirited man, realms.
Hng the n jca Church rthe
in rs w o h
Church, the Rev. C. C. Gill, and
iti'?J 'Liflol"Uding
for the sum of 3,250. This
m tl ddea blurth


Rev A. Reece was appointed to
St. Matthias' District the Church
had not been completed, but by
the end of October the interior
was finished and an opening
service was held at which the
Chaplain of the Forces, Rev.
W. W. Jackson, preached.
Although this Church was
started during the episcopate of
Bishop Coleridge, due to the
failure of the contract and other
delays, he resigned before it was
completed so it was consecrated
by his successor, Bishop Thomas


tion Of St. Matthias



r CHURCH

SERVICES


iI C vull Crosby Tpm -
has am L asnnisaer,
7 pm. Mr
am Rev hB Crouby. 7 pm

It am alu Mauoma" ravne. 7


HOMETOWN
81 ams tt Mr G Harper 7 pm
e so an M J is none, 2
PrsonarrowN
a 1 tr Hu 8 n no wh. 7 on
Pastor GOVER ENT 00&
not yesterday, but towards the htr K O ids igg
Reeks. church 14ader
eh was beins bout, the Hastings avaca or son
distrlet. Tom asTer M CHAEL

te Mwdre&tho' ouratthe t as cuo on a w
known as "Wharton's," and
futhebadong e coat there rn she onamous Rev J 8
Layne's. Of these, there remains w twpon: Bowmanstone Rev J B
B sone, the one at "Hasting? 7 terst: Massiah Sta RW J B


houses at "Coconut Walk" were
still used as sea-eide houses; and ,< wereasser
many of the sites nOW Docupid Mr Allman 7 p an Evening mire
by hotels were private rest. Preacher Mr Culpep
dances. The "Marine" built
about sixty years ago, was the m[aCmbMorldnS So a ton E
first large hotel to be erected in New. 7 om avenins service Preacher
the Island. About forty-Ove ur aware
years ago this came into the pag" 7 pm e Meher
session of the late Mr. E. G.
Pomeroy, an American, who did
Inuch to put Barbados on the 4' c son ec: Preacher
tourists' map. His coach and
horses with their bugler was a s em uo 0 ce. Presenes
regular Saturday night event in "rrPa kw 7pra vetung Rervier
Bridgetown, during the winter
season, when he took guests castersAN scsaws
om his haontel ifor adr esbthr C so 4 ha of bel 8 e te 8

ro h thavou elle'tiri esnhWSS We e 8 p nt Crt a
to show them the "haunted
o Hastings Rocks to the a t Isen Ei. ie
Mn heHo wa ve h ro et rG%
of the young and old when the he e nare so us in
Military Band gave concerts on
Wednesday nights. During the
twenties and early thirties of sto tr on a ves, an to save
this century there were great scripture. -
changes in this district; the land ped on 0 e at rn
preferred re ecsodd o ao vthe brutdsw spiritual ad**
residence known as "Homestead"
was purchased by Mr. V. Parra-
vicino and opened as the "Wind- ing, and the "Ocean View" took
sor Hotel." This was later pur- lar the adjoining residence which
chased by a syndicate and the was previously known as Cobury
present structure erected. The Villa' which in the late nineties
old 'St. Clair' was purchased and of the last century wRS TUR 67
pulled down and the "Royal' Mrs. Imogene Seon, and the
erected in its place. The "Hast- while the late J. D. Slamming ran
soM td ct e topt en1td Mth e hat e birs. J. F. Bourne


A TRAMCAR on the EastIns6 Road, opposite the Hastings Rocks:
close of the last center, when tram ears ran as far as the Hastinse
One hundred years ago, just about the time St. Matthles Chur
district was the seaside resort for Barbadians. It is now the Hotel


All the pigments in its manufacture have been
Specially 8918tted to reSISt the action of liWhe; MF
are fast to light, and are of very line te(sture,
ensuring a stoootia, eVen sisrface.
Diplomatte" is free from lead, and is the ideal
a prpe Average covering capaelty TSO


Pa on theB2n of Arugust 1850
consecrated at the same time
sG uMnwndledesne|8c
There are several grim reminders
of the ravaTs sof mha bl"orrible



bados in 1852,
"H M. Dauntless. 33 guns,
330 men. Edward Bellew
Halstead, Captain. Around this
tomb rest the remains of 15
others, and the Captain s
steward, of H.M.S. Frigate
'Dauntless,' who, together wt*h
38 seamen, 2 marines, and 10
boys. buried m this Garrison
and one oncer. Three seamen,
six marines and one boy com-
mitted to the deep. All per-
ished by Yellow Fever, which
broke out at sea on leaving


te rborul0to{ 1 52Thomas on
St. Matthias was used as a
rkn ha Odebainssonno
and the British Government
poarid the um o 15Ch plainnTuhm


who had been on duty during
the mormng service
The spot in front of the Mili-
tary Hospital, (now Pavilion
Court), was open land from the
road to the sea, and there was
a monument erected to the mem-
ory of fourteen soldiers and one
married woman of the 36th
Regiment, who were killed by
the destruction of the barracks
and hospital during the awful
visitation of the hurricane of
August 11th 1831. This monu-
ment was moved after the Gar-
rison was withdrawn from the
Island, and re-erreted at the top
ofOBushuH ed years ago the
tingssordis i he I hab n sent
Barbados, and advertisements
in bne ft ndeinhthe Idsi
along thd Mr. at
who draws the public's attention
to his bath-house at Hastings, a
short way above the General
Hospital (Pavilion Court) St.
Ann s, situated in a natural
basin called 'Shark's Hole,' which
lbshe da dme to r surgeon of
the sea inside is very smooth
and never less at low tide than
four feet deep.
This type of bath-house built
over the sea was a common sight
in the early part of this century,
and continued to be enjoyed by
the people of Barbados until the
rough sea, caused by the near
alpproo a bannet I e


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ON -
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AT -

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(THE SHED)
(from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m.)
Hello . My Friends .
DR. J. V. HENSON and MADAM O'LINDY
cordially invite you to their

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SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1950


SUDYADVOCATE


Mr. E. ALLEYNE (rctnt I raue fteA eia iSceyo h etIde Ic)


Scholars
ip

hTo y t eUse
Earl Arthur Howard, son of L/Sgt.
Barton Howard and Mrs. Howard
ich Merlin", White Hall, St


s 1//ac #(2 a 10
....


Collide
Dennis Grannum of Water Mill
a LuS tu lalvinchhelnw
involvettirin a coS1ti on with
Grannum comphtined of a cut
n the left hip. 'The bicycle syus
Usinaced a
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Conference Necessary

Aac te rd e at




shoS torthe op eBa t
r W taD too of Pub-
lic Works, was present at the
EABL IIOWARD na loni inndo cejolin tPe dti
g Howard, who was in proper drainage of the Constitu-
d IV at the St. Stephen's tion Swamp.
chool, was chosen from The Board gave the Secretary
ten other boys who took formal approval to become an
amirMatioT Cut H nd, R 1 rg nesaClentral Hurricane


Headmaster of Harrison College.
W85 the ORBMinOT.
awarddyoSacr laarns pirso
at at at are CoU g his p

e a rev es a udt e o
e

unissioner of PoHee, is the

aMa ste armer 01 the Advo
eket eb no y enpoi I
at dau t oobmem e 0 the
at froni this Scholarship one
year it goes to a boy and the other
to a girl. 4


Youn
Standard
Boys' S
among
oetege


STOPS
POLO, TENNIS
The lawn tennis matches which


t he sun me outedduri g

would have a a
tai e, m IPpoo inwatorrao@
edDouethe coan .members of the
Barbados Polo Club played no
chukkas at the Garrison Savan-
nah yesterday evening.


FOR th 0 no exf osse sto
tudoar uanti n ulsu M in'
e ('e Ln WalwynE w ded 0
Settle Street.

e erle vilb na c sw r

ntthe community la tr usg"t
camp broke up.


K.193S/W)


and her unforgettable

CARACAS NIGHTS


1 du i al bombardment

C 0 e

46 "


asanna womer
DANCE OF ALL DANCES
SHOW OF ALL SHOWS
*(IGHT OF ALL NIGHTS

au, s i

uring GEORGE CLARKE
and his Georgians

ADMISSION 4

BRY & ReffeShments
Available
I)oors Open from 7 p.m.

C and B Early


an. s. v. asuaoW


Australiali Rovers Camp

Meat in St. Vincent

Arrives wJi'ts: :2.?:^@: :::
urni with the salools on v ant o
E MEAT SHORTAGEs ever> possaule which was expeatmud at :te isl.ual w li be a
Barbados ful many weeks, has I aw.
now come to an emi. When the Our peated set-back as the m
S.S. City of Dieppe sailed into Indequate supply and poor iltHild
Cadisle Bay recently with a at true equipment available, what
quantity of Australian meat on te nds to prevent more th.ata on
14 ea handle 50uPdu e sM k 1 pwh emgroinhean'l2 gu ttarrie
M eu3 eshop ers docmeodn shg en ok d teemt ap od are
to purchase their weekeend quota crted nd HQ wilt do eyesy-
and many were happy to see thing assible to satisfy dernal
that they did not how to pu h. The program no melude Oves




k ut
d saying "Who cares once it is We w sh all comper and espec-

ye to utcht attott e hoorkge w oa cekir a de
r asebecaus he at oice w s Rally
Imported beef was exhausted an he Scouts of the parish a

di"

Ti 1" ER$ 3

as n nu a 1 th to a hi
R. D LUCIE SMITH will Gay. After the mspect on the
give the "Employers Point various groups indulged in games

ay nx cat p t6 t b
As this is the Onet lecture ar- to visitoreaevan moved and seconded
ranged for the month by Clerks by Scouters HD Rowe and PE
Union, it is expected that there Ellis respe Ively

da o m ns he D o
Skeet wras H o ed y 8Geopt Messenger Service in connection
1 aatdthe m y w me Pace h the Hurricane Rellet Organ
is house between ursday an
A br FO UTE ofr Has arst anniversary oonthTh

tabn sn ti i



aa .1 10 p mbbe heen r oScouWelcOh sS othea
d r nd C ea h 8)which e dA I. e r iR
St. Michael, and a bicycle owned ed the Crew and gave a short
DnubdVdlTy, t.CGe r ynch he acting Rover Leader, Mr
front wheel of the bicycle was T. T. A. Smith, deserves hearty
damaged, contratulations on the progress
ALSTON RASPER of HaHS which the Crew has made tmder
Road was injured when he his leadership.
was invb b yTe a 5 Any SPhilateS t or Rover
Stree on Friday morning. interested in Stamp Cullecting
Also involved in the accident
a,;:1;,,*;.: ,02 dnge d tcorres indanKi s
m ndsdrivendb amount Souc n etCu a 1 re ed

tAl cA ourA dE thBi ee leaving mhe is1 d V r

n 4 s r v
ae and platform of moto throu to uth islan turann to
I J 2t epropertyPan tio a u n t oe

is d sad hatut elo ir ennd ru h tthe C

w a of en y ul < I to
was in the d up y Mr. F. Alle Head Mast
ba Wre daenadualht hencan f the Boys Sc) < 1 who said th
sured. 11e is looking forward to the day


No More

Houses For

Flooded Area

gpy
THE Housing Bosal feels
strong y that no Ze-greation of
houses on the Good areas should










ope U r Available

let e k th boa end
Ploancial Secretary, Informing
them that the Director of High-

it*.


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being
to being planned.
Barrow D. 6.50 pmp ing
eAlsou Suss mye6t rdd wa
to the use of both concrete bins
at selected points, and metal
bins. They agreed with Mr.
"""'"$2,"""/? 6';$

should keep two earts in the area
::.:::.::::::,.::::.-?:
tterewould be cleaned daily by


Gifts From America
That Barbadians can be grateful to the generosity of th
American Aid Society for the West Indies, Inc.. was ex-
pressed by the poor of St. James' Parish when hundred
dr ayhte ecdT he o eot fo nd 1 8
clal help brought over from America by Mr. E. A. Alleyne
Treasurer of the Society
Founded a few years ago by Mr -----

Ho 8 a hi Y.W.C.A.
send ng gifts to the various West
is ngC sorwith an ew t< Fund
pr nt e a who comistcted t A contribution of $104.40 wa
Madame old ,eermn CM tm aerd thMrs on see God
at b ee Geo e c to hs o r cha





ue nclonated to charitable snst" tcOefudome 10
cla inda y ifIll (s s ci r
for Special Case $6.00; and Mrs. E c wese no
trchd$5T0me Bottom, Christ on n on
Mr. Alleyne said that the Society well wisher 1 on
was endeavouring to do all in its w N rarde a on
power to help the poor of these Eng co 2
islands and assured them of the a sease a no
re atilwh hta i 1 od en seasy
folk. He promised to do all he can
when he returns to America to & Atwell 1
/sMaend eo litesofO P ADOustone
b ot rs antd st s who are in I up 0 km a


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68c. per yd.


CANADIAN & AMERICAN
PRINTS ft 54c. to BSc. per yd.
PLAID 36 in, wide 48c. per yd.
MEN'S PURE IRISH LINEN
SUITING 28 In. wide
$1.80 per yd.
- .
KHAKl DRILL 64c., 88c.,
$1.00 per yd.
GREY FLANNEL 54 in wide
$2.16 per yd.
PLASTIC RAINCOA cod


NICKEL ARM BANDS 32c.
GUINEA BIRDS PUMPS
$;1.48 per pi
CELENESIE PANTIES
12c. per pair
LADIES' HANDBAGS
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RNMENT NOTICES

to Control of Drug and Patent
ine Prices> Order, 1950, No a whic'b will be
leGa ta tMor t it < Ip s of Phil-
are as follows: -
UNIT OF SALE MAX1M R A3

ia . 4 oz bottle 460
.. is or .. soe

T OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPo
is closed to through vehicular trafHe between
borazo Village.
30.7 50 -2n.

NZ RELIEF ORGANIZATION
n sections of the Hurricane Relief Organisation
day, the 30th of July, 1950, between 10 a.m.
encies that may be used for broadcasting are
ycles or wavelengths of 42.25; 55.55 and 140 2

"""."d"u'"'"':1.;see .use:-'." 2
ssued to allay any alarm which may be caused
e rockets or by messages which may be picked
receivers. 20.7.50-3n


H. H. WILLIAMS.
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By ALAN HARVEY
LONDON.
Britain's groundnuts plan, which roused political pas-
sions and grew few groundnuts, has been scrapped.
Nobody says so oHicially. It is merely adinitted that
after three years of controversy, well-meant plans to set
the plains of Africa blazing with groundnute have been
abandoned. The idea now is to transform the original
scheme into a broad project for colonial development, leav'
ing the groundnuts to wither as they will.
Food Minister Maurice Webb Now. It is known, nearly
Hut] ed Aem as ca e.inFo$ tOL 2 Ot ishasa nyis ft of
the Arst time, there was an ofR- bearing seeds is about 350,000
cial admission of failure. This includes both groundnuts
"I recogrtiae guite frankly," and sunHowers, which were in-
Webb said, "that the original produced as a substitute when
hopes have not been realized, the nuty proved difRealt to grow
and that we shall have to view When the plan was launched.
the scheme in a new light. the hope was to produce essen.
"If it is to prosper and nour- tial fats in a hurry to cope with
ishai m stpultimatoetly be haded asworld shortage Now Webo
development with a wide and "Whether or not those short-
varied agricultural content, a pa are as valid as they werp
tch eph h t nowch a leat agum eal
established." that it would be unwise to focus
Webbs words were a sad epi- dgigrojeepuexclust lypowu
..t ""'sio"Ye"."i,'u poundnut
da k o 8 t, e ve plan 1 1 a
went right The drive to grow the vast capital resources, the
groundnuts-what North Ameri- painfully gained experience of
cd. clall p ITe b (Astenetuaterred tropic cuTu in of me ma e
drought and flood to nati e la- rials and ideas called the ground-
bour trouble nuts scheme.
WEST GERMANS CAN INCREASE
POLICE FORCES
BONN, July 28. not mentioned in the letter om-
Allied High Commissioners to- cials said.
day sent a letter to the West Ger He answered a verbal request
man Governmentepermitting by time West Qpagnan Chancellor
an seby r so a wMda &
usuallmiwet11 informed allied ofR- the Police not W
Additional men will be under "People's Police" is being built up
the control of 11 State Govern- in Eastern Germany and the pre-
ments in t Fed li sent highly decentralized nature
thnTo of a Fore th Let ofT eest Pol ceon a new
control. urgency h o amer caonnsi
They will be considered as self- ered that creation of adequate
ch u lethT t andeap Go ny ouldomulei W led
asehe wared IngCoequipment o dnuow e eR virtually
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superior team to ours b
Yardley has announced n t
won t go so Australia, so me poLey .* b
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give the captaincy to the rnan who
will get the job in Australia. I
don t favour a pro. captain: a 4
hasn't got the authority of an

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,6.?"8?RE "'ihe
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Promising Players .
The most promise ng yound ATANDaNG: (left) Arthur E. & GIlligan and John Arlott. Rex
players in England are DONALD Alatea is speaking into the band-mlke, while the creen broad-
A DO ODdS E Pe Gr casting box 14 seen in the backgrenad.

"a on tan A mighsat u 8 am t ndapt of h
Tattersall (right hand off-spin- a m. G.M.T, he broadcasts a books of poetry and for his popU-
I rk )Lanes ) and LOWSON utiousnut mateso the situation lar RB Ch s e ur nBan
w &"It the w no thplay A tmb u ac bem- for hi k particular vi id an we -


o a th f o p
r ovdra ana J n Godda d a tt o itm II totthhoct ngneanm wa nest{aEvendhis fedlow- In-
attack has been a failure and God to.ning matinee at a local cin- They atten do whe1 John is at
derd relies on his dpin attack ema, wh re, in South Indian cos- the mike. His cricket books,


2 s o
mer an th 1, o tis ye e as t m R litou t e Wat

FWell, all the best, Eric-an orks ire 1 e year hepsa theThough to usefu Ilub-hric
hoDe to see you sn Colombo on pavilion and asked for me. The to playing in first class cricket I
October 1st. (DJ.) fellow who answered the phone as twelfth man for Hampshire
Vours sincerely, ,,- ; oNo, Fm afraid you can't which he did several times befor.2
Arthur Gilligan." speak to Gilligan. He's just gone the war.
too a d reas Mrr us aidot t oi'Ohatt t's ol riC On the oRex Alston
abouts, Pulborough, Sussex.' dated 1 it hold on then!' Rex Alst ther hand, bespectacled
J 14, took my mind back to the At Nottingham, on the Sunday Anglicanon h ch ancaeT-Pu ie
Asthur n nhis exlow mmm b a h A thhe middle of the Test school master in charge of cricket
rs ) do th er tw withs ri t ch i na u ool

decre ho we r unt ope hthe f tri 1 a o inhds

k cra sadmark to Engish CiPesthMate wh a sw em meteornaamon rh I e


easily recognized wherever crick- Popular as he is everywhere, world.
et is played? While on leave two readers in the West Indles will be He left school-mastering during
a M h o8mmi rwhe e e otlee ed thw inle e B.a C aspa c tehdetsot e
privileged to meet them 411 many ferce bowling of bumpers to Len ford. Soon tiring of the compare.
m nd ne dle to sayd "utton, at Nottingham in 1948. tive monotony of announcing vari-
triendly bmnch of spoe soun a whil thederowd dundly oned etyNandhmusical ogramm C
a Bu md e no rn ekta utd hilashEng aglis enen y Irong he perianaded tthe Outside oaad


w over, they are exhausted Arthur had previously told me ed at a county match and later

thee end mt elr o he m entptTrenPTh e a lloa dhe hdoh no e
ext n a u unsar estew nu b castper6vi ech a whekrns a blot a om tator wfe
als they e hnao frm d r ea an on o ano th Re hasA ek looked aack

I me dh m ad v0esrs e ol p li to ns ant n ar o the Fows
they put on their Jackets and go start one. I regard it as part of toured England with the Ne
back to their hotel. Our job to keep cricket clean Zealanders iri 1927 and "
In addition to flis work for the Arnodd a el nhave tthed nee to son Tne year I met tthae6 esea
r hu go wanton, ho. Miller 'Petulant' 1 on tf m e pt I otA
Abs adh/ohn Aontrtast As a mattena of acte thin ing NwS utSh e es StateinXIpirn ta
ate on the staff of the B.B.C., has ing that atasome of MIHer'shbow life in the shoe business It is
wirin hied "rt orhthe nexs should have been. Even the care- icn 6 t e e d t first
pqper, "The Daily Telegraph." d nt L nodonth'TtanMI e correspo that between New Zealand and
Artlh*dg 8 Erouldhot hia local 'petulant'. But that risap a o d, it om92theTheo omLeCon
vagaries, hence hi lusuallwreather pointtel What IAtrthur s ki to re tor was the famous cricketita
rate weather and wicket forecasts i aon hafair. p th @ padre, (now Canon) F. H. Gill-


I tn a
travel talking on the subject plorable ' controversY ed Ascountant A ur Wrigley,
Then he pumps the groundsman John Arl the Adonis of the B.S.C poorer. No artlele on
After which he recalls his expe the ers 1 Union". His this subjeel would be complete
riences as a captain on that ground two adh ng interests in life withouthm on of him. He keeps

Do It Eery Tidae ***--- By JMy Hatio


W.I. Short Stories he ::ter pre
ARIBBEAN VOICES' on Sun-
0, 30th July, will consist of two a .
!u ad of O of 1 B.
ist oHrammBlatek am ATritn e who c
d rit t a

r menade CoReet 8 When iti rate i


s nu a d t enr r h


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n glub n hi c
hm hon or c ed BtB
y ir Malcolm Sargent present
he concert and on Friday it will
e the turn of the London Sym-
hony Orchestra conducted by
Basil Cameron. The recorded
programmes are on Tuesday }st
.15 p.m. and on Friday at 9.00
p.m. the former resenting a
e a a ree w th
to present new works by compos- spec elly f

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Russia Returns :

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ANCE
Mesars.C MEL O EON and

Friday NightaAugust 4, 1950
K.G.V.M. PARK, St. Philip
Music by Mr Percy Green s
Orchestra
ADMIBBION 2/.
Refreshments on Bale


Members and Friends of the
"Y" Boys' Club re invited


A Farewell Dance
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Music by Mr.hCbB Browne's
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BIM MMBER TWELVE 2/.

SOMERE RO AINNTO MJo rlson
i Cas rae I Ro agede, a ear Pl Examel
Leaverture Polagon
THREE PRINTS OF BARBADOS 100 YBABS AGO
THE LITERARY MOVEMENT IN TRE PRENON
WEST INDIBB: Aladr6 MMan
A REVIEW OF ARTTRI 1 MBARBADOS
REPRODUCTIONS OF PAINTINGS
G. M. Aked, Karl Broodhagen, John Harrison, Helmat Kelle
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