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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Friday
July 7
1950



N. Koreans Smash
U.S. Defence Lines

(By ROY MACARTNEY)
WITH THE AMERICAN FORCES, Korean Front. |
July 6. '

NORTH KOREAN TANKS today lunged forward another |

; 28 miles forcing American troops to give ground in a
series of rear guard actions.

i Spotlight
|
|



? Russian built armour rolled
| through Pyongtaek 34 miles south}

of Seoul, and nosed their way intc
Chonan 50 miles south of Seoul!

. oa ar ‘ and only 33 miles from Taejon,

G His Excellency the temporary South Korean capital
rovernor faced John in the wake of retreating South

Goddard for an
when he opened
Princess Alice Playing
Field on March 14, 1950.

Mrs. Savage served the
first ball on the tennis
court.

The Governor said it
was the second Playing ||
Field and Pavilion to be
opened by him and pro-
vided from the Labour
Welfare Funds.

“There can be no
doubt” he said “that the

over || Koreans.
the | American forces were believed |
; to have knocked out ten tanks
in fierce exchanges.

This sweep forward came affer
} 40 North Korean tanks yesterday
over ran American positions at
; Osan 10 miles north of the 37th
{paren after a 90 minute clash
| with American anti-tank gunners
North Korean armour and infantry
|}had hit American positions at
| dawn today.

Master Sergeant Lester A. Loflen }
of the United States Army, told!
Reuter “I saw eight North Korean
tanks advaneing to where we had
blown





the bridges about 1000 the pond. Cpl. Cyrus
money for these schemes metres in front of our position.
is being appropriately Our mortars opened up and PONSTEL ey
utilised for they are the scored a direct hit on the first



‘tank which burned fiercely, Mor-
‘ tars destroyed two more tanks and
one truck,
| Behind the tanks marched the
| biggest number of “gooks” I have
ever seen on the road.”

An official spokesmen at General

very foundations of the
development of a healthy
body and a healthy mind
which are essential
whether in the field of
social economic or politi- |!



MacArthur’s headquarters an-
cal progress”. : " a
: nounced today that the North
Nearly four months |) Koreans had advanced between SESSION CLOSED
have passed since these about 10 miles ,and had taken

hopeful words, when yes-
terday a representative
of the Advocate visited
the Princess Alice Play-

ing field.
Passing

| Pyongtaek, on the 37th parallel 40
miles south of Seoul.

American reinforcements were}
being rushed towards the most/
| forward positions in South Korea

North Korean forces have now

Within less than
after it had opened, <¢

ment called

of the Regency law













U.K. SUGAR OFFER



A POLICE SQUAD inder Inspector Springer and Sgt. Inniss searching a pond at Watt
some weapon while carrying out investigations in connection with
Sigmund Pump from the Fire Brigade Station, manned by Gpl. Brandford, is pumping water out of

BRUSSE

of both Belgian Hous
to vote on the r



as —_——-

for
A

lage

the Clement

death of Meta

is dragging the pond with a rake.

Belgian M.P.s| /:x-Soldier Faces
Shout Down
Presidents

Charge Of Murder

Police Hunting Weapon

KENNETH GASKIN, a forty-nine year old part time
butcher of Watts Village, St. George, and an ex-soldier of
World War I is at present in custody at District “B” Police
Station charged with the murder of his reputed wife, 52
year-old Meta Clement of the same district

LS, July 6

half an hour
2 Joint session
es of Parlia-
peal |
was tempor-















the Weights |/advanced out of 37th parallel—or | @tily suspended. The Regency law — * Meta Clement was stabbed on
and Measures office he jare third of the way down South bars exiled King Leopold from | Wednesday and collapsed and died
followed the line of elec- | Korea—except in some mountain- the throne “All Atom after she hag@ run into the road
tric poles which almost ;eus country in the centre. Jointly presiding over the ses- Gaskin and his reputed wif
: Se > American Air Force . strikes : P. oN Str on Catt 1 7 were living together for about tw
eta the playing field. against roads, bridges, trains and Dron ie an th sarin 4 1 Fra a W eapons Must years, although they occupied
n his way he passed | ‘ resident o he Senate, and Fran ies
‘motor trucks on both sides of the Van Cauwelaert, President of the separate houses about twenty-four
what must once have || parallel continued, ai Chamber of Deputies were forced B B a” yards apart,
been a cricket pitch and Six airmen were missing and], call an adjournment when e anned. Police from the District “B”
near wees some six or @ On'Pize ” Socialist and Liberal member Vilage Ber Puy in the Watts
seven sheep were grazing ————————~- — +__-—_—_- | opposed to King Leopold’s return ‘Wha District yesterday and ex-
tethered to stakes. shouted and banged at the benches SAY RAILWA YMEN tensive investigations were carried
; j out by a a squad under Sub-
ee * from the || BISHOP IS CONTROLLER They claimed that the session} _ LANCASHIRE, July 6. {Inspector Springer and Sgt, Inniss
avilion he leapt the 7 should be presided over by the| Seventy-nine delegg s rerre- |ugsieted by Onl. Cyrue
canal opposite Pelican ; ots oldest member of the two Houses.|/fenting nearly 500,000" “British bearching
Island and entered the : Van Catrwelaert banged his|railwaymen today voted to com- ” ning
enclosure where the mallet calling for order. Noise|mit National Union railwaymen| A Fire Brigade wagon, towing
Fisheries Officer has been prevented him from making his|t© fight for a ban on the hydrogen |the Sigmund Pump, was sum-
lanti t t hield address of welcome to the Sen-|%omb and all atomic weapons, and |r,oned to the district where th¢
on eater ¢ os eh | ators and deputies. In the midst = oy Heateustion . “ existing Sigmund Pump was employed 1
nis Workers rom e | of the uproar a Socialist senator | **O°* he delegate alone sto0c |remove a quantity of rain wate:
afternoon sun. mounted the tribune jout from a pond, The Police re
i | The resolution said the confer- | goarehing . : sapon
a ene ng ru h i at Van Cauwelert ind Struye}ence was “appalled at the de- penance eed aa aeude hans
= ee ree of the Fish- jointly declared the session sus-j|cision of the Government of the | tia shedroof attached In hi
eres Office our represen- |) pended. All members remained in |United States to continue pre- |“ “d ite ld be ee ; his Jog, ig
tative followed the white their seats and Socialists and Lib-/parations for the manufacture of ae Bs bh iC saa at * hile
dusty road which skirted || erals began singing “A bas Ja!the hydrogen bomb” 5 oe —s and ma tila a
. : . : “ a] fe e clergy) . , | inside 1e «house cane bills,
the playing field until he calotte” (down with tt — The Annual Conterence of the Quantity of fruit and his kitches
reached a corner where = National Union of Mineworkers} iensils were scattered around
seven or more fishing “ew at Laer ake bosy rt he Carr Massiah, aunt of Gaskin
jectec yxy 421, o 261, : ‘e ; & one 1@
ee rae eek Mollet Seeks | rovorat'to call on the Govern: [ssid that Gay yar one of Une
to bij ge eae et iil. ment to support the immediate eran he nen child and she
into the sea. e note ’ ; banning of the atomic bomb and)? . oo ae Be
on his left crab holes and MR. F. A. BISHOP Chances Of New | oie: weapons of mass destruc- | brought Ag aM — o Rin vy
i ion -. a a only fe 0 » cnild r é
patches of marly soil on The Secretary of State for F, ch Govt * n.—Reuter, lpresent in the island of which
one side: broken glass bas ae has ae rene oul. Gaskin is one. One died and the
and human excreta on cen veareee me BAK > = v 6 other left the island many years
: | Bishop, I. 8, O., Assistant PARIS, July 6 | AVEW DEPUTY REGISTRAR | aso
the other " con Bi
ers Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Guy Mollet, Secretary-Genera
Continuing along the Office, to the post of Control- | of the French Socialist Party, was The Secretary of State for eis
breakwater where the j ler of Supplies. today continuing his survey of the the Colonies has approved of ’ 2 >
land ran like indenta- chances of forming a new French the appointment of Mr W. Terr orists Active
ions eas | Government despite ist’ night's R. Douglas, barrister-at-law, ‘
pag Bg. BoB pte . }rebuff from the Radicals whict to the post of Deputy Regis In Mala
}seemed to dash his hopes trar, Barbados. at ia » ;
broken bottles, discarded Cabinet lM w ‘Trade Union ’ SINGAPORE, July 6
+. ae te Fiioee satan ov is to The tide of guerilla and alae x
oa . | ** Per ents Ph et 7 ist incidents ing in Malay
ingagreninaee mee of Pleased With | conmult official today as pat of POCKET CARTOON eecmpaicents is rising in Malaye
refuse. In many places iis “Mission of Information” im- by OSBERT LANCASTER

posed on him by Pre

piles were broken down
and the artificial -break-
water of the past had

National Unity ".°)".

had no chance of be



huge grey rat scuttled
among the debris enjoy-
ing the depressing scene,
Nearby a worthy citizen
was scratching among
broken bottles on a tiny
stretch of sand. “Looking
for shells” he said.

By this time, fully de-
pressed himself, our
strolling representative
noted how the ground

Minister of State | take

the meeting the
Kenneth Younger acted for Far-
eign Secretary Ernest Bevin wno
is still recovering from his re-

part
meeting of
Republican

|ates which
today

to}

ir

hunks of equipment and
Mollet
; cent operation
Cabinet ministers were said an
at the demonstration They :

A gratified .
yf national unity on the Govern-| for allowing him
| ment policy provided by yester- | ciliator after he ha
| day's Korea debate in Parlia- | advance
ment, Ter
Parliamentary quarters believe | All big Trade Ul
Prime Minister Clement Attlee’s | have urged Mollet

criticised



nee lt ON aA RNC CR RRR eR Ee

talk to his Party rankers at a minimum | onal

rose and fell and how private meeting yesterday was} 18,000 franes per nm
patches of shrubs had instrumental in dissuading a hand-| tween ee are i
sritics — . 5 pacifists| Was announced today
i gathered here and there ful of critic including pacifists

from their threat to force a

cee v3 mee i
to give the impression of Aiptalon Renter

pasture land.
Mournfully he dragged
! his steps along the stunt-

ed row of Casuarinas no EXPRESS TRAINS
higher than a dwarf and || COLLIDE:

noted on his right a small



els eset








left almost immediately to return
building which he had 10 KILLED to his cruiser —Reuter.
read somewhere housed | BRUSSELS, July 6 During the stoppage workers ecu a he added, Communists
corpses. ILLINOIS, July $ a | Miners thre ughout Walle nia—tsent telegrams to Jean Duvieu- though not invited are likely to a2 4
. " _ 5 rere rusher P aff ‘
i ane final hiow was the a Bee ta ath ‘tc te “ highly industrialised province in| sart, Belgian Premier, ey eis join in, | Chinese Reds Shool
sig of a coconut tree and twisted to death today | Southe Belgium—today stagedjing their opposition to the King} "a iss witty ‘Holide chieks
i a t ail a a up its freak collision of two fast passen=| eetlad: of a hoe war eer | and condemning the Government's | R me cogs ae, na ae Psa At R A F Plane
; whic had given uf § |ger trains running side by side., ere oe one the saturn of Kine} decision to call @ joint session 08 ege n Prince C jas " i rt eo l AST. ;
j roots and lay astride 4 |/Â¥stimates of the number injured} Strikes agaist t , Parliament to repeal the Regency] UP plans for dealing with possible er
parby ste vail rerged between 50 and 75, some| +©opold to the thr ; ; Daas "\ineidents provoked by the King’s HONG KONG, July 6.”
nearby stone wail. 42 According to Socialist Union|law — ata at fe Communist anti-air-
So f he St. Michael |of them being critically ill. hee = UP epappgiane sh ee Ss opponents, The debate starting in hinese ymmun anti-al
ree ga soacnge Ds aay | The crash occurred at Monica, | Officials “several the and” work- tet the Chamber today likely toleraft guns today fired on a Royal
Vestry have spent | Illinois, 156 miles southwest of| ers were affected by the sto; pages | Toy Whistles F be resumed next Tuesday and the/Air Force plane patr lling the
$16,588.13 on making the || Chicago. The mail van of the “El; Which were timed to coincide Belgian Socialists are reported) vote is expected on the following|Hong Kong frontier. Eyewitnesse
Princess Alice Playing ]||Ccpitan” train running between| See oe s te : ca of both | to. os ae up oe Oe Thursday. said ine battery red, cave shells
ta! , . Aay Los Angeles and Chicago was said ouses of the Bels arliament! whistles to blow in prote Ww which missec 1e plane,
Field what it is to-day } to ave uddenly Ta ft the rails} called to vote or e repeal of | King Leopold returns home from King Leopold will return t It was located in Shumchun
It is a sad sight for sore lend swerved into the Kansas City! Regency law his x years’ exile The King 1s Belgium immediately afterwards|sbout half a mile from the bor-
eyes and there are no | express. The main area affected by| expected to arrive next week fol-] accompanied by his son, 19-year- |der hey added A British Air
trees to give this neces- | About 15 coaches of both stream-' stoppages was Belgium’ reat] 1 the repeal of the Regency’ old Prince Baudoir ‘Force spokesman said the plane, /
sary protection from the | lined trains were jammed ether! southern « mir belt arc ind | lav 1ich prevents his returt | The King’s second wife the a Spitfire, was well inside Hong |
annie bright gle jin the wreckage. Four or fi vere | Mor 1 ( Late the} A “rehearsal” of mass demon-| Princess De Rethy will remain|Kong territory when the batter
BAT Fath Bere telescoped and badly wrecked.— i the large etal) stration would be held in Brussels} temporarily at the King’s hamejfired. The shells did not go mear
Reuter. a: ; : ' street anti-Leopold and near Gene ~Reuter. zircraft—Reuter.
ee .



“red
Socialist
Radicals and
he

the

a
President |
act as con-
d refused in
|
Jnion groups]
to raise the
wage Irom

- Against Leopold’s






monthly total since the emergency
began, an official statement issued
in Kuala Lumpur showed today

The figure has mounted stead-

ident Auriol

here said he
sing accepted |





: aa iden tas Pie . ve c j is yee fith 145 in January
crumbled to create little IN: BRITAIN Fo age iml Nal eae ets at, a haere 290 in March,
isolated coves which LONDON, July 6 | the fall of Radical veades Queitn’s Le Giee ete and 380 in April ,
would perha s have been The British Cabinet today held; Government on its first appear- } o.reneags; Security forces killed: 55 peel)
charming if free from its third discussion of the week on! ance before the Assembly on Tues- a las ” oe Sueeoe aoe ta
vermin, Unfortunately the Korean situation day : killed this year to 2! p
they were not and one Defence Service chiefs and De-; Last night the Radical Party's aoe

5 fence Ministers did not attend| executive announced its refusal to} ‘ys

Vaccine For

\



one

Popular | |
\loder- |
called for |

i
id

| ALGIERS, July 6
Two doctors in Algeria have

|
Ee vaccine ‘against infan-



tile paralysig which is to go into
wide use next month, Health Ser-
vice officials
Institute

\

announced at the

Pasteur at

“Ie 4 today

a erehet hana tee sale in Two doctors, Blane and Martin,
ionth to be- ccupied Naples, or the one had developed the vaccine after
000 francs, it where tie heroine catches | three years’ effort, they added
y leprosy 7? ™ ' ——Reuter.



—Reuter.



Belgian Miners Strike

Return













| About Korea

|

|

ae
6

Casablanca] American

| Truman Still
Hopeful



'
|

WASHINGTON, July }
President Truman told © Press}
terence today he was tilly
hopeful about the tuation§ it
Korea and that it would work out |
1) right Speakir in a grim
voice he said he had no plans ‘to
céll up a National Guard but he

reminded correspondents he had
uthority to do so under the law
The President declined to



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Governments

Revision Promise! For 1953

(From Our Own Correspondent)

‘THE B.W.I. SUGAR

LONDON, July 6
AGREEMENT with the

U.K. is to be reviewed during 1953 and if the

consumption levelled in

the U.K. is proved higher

than has been estimated, Britain will increase the
quantitic. co be purchased under the guaraiitee.

The increase will be at least in
proportion to the amount by which

















tion. But we secceeded and that
proves our cause was right.”





an=| the actual consumption exceeds] , + Re ; a sini
swer questions on whether door | the oven ettiests. For example then -_ ~~ bn had ts len
were closed on participation of] if the consumption proves to be oo b vaee haat es a . —
Chinese Nationalist troops in| five per cent above, Britain wil! ween 0 seer ra of a ri
Korea. He said that was a poli‘i-| increase the guaranteed quota by; “Zen & draw had seemed inevi-
cal question, and he could not] at least tive per cent. This is the table, It can be revealed that at
comment on it at this time essence the new agreement] ene time the British West Indies
The President said specifically} which hos finally been reached delegate were prepared to give
he was not in a position to com- | betwee B.W 1. delegates and|Â¥P the fight and return home.
ment on the Korean situation, the repre statives of His Majes That they did not was due al-
He said he knew nothing of the | ty’s Go ment most entirely to their leader Mr
Cairo report of pressure being ue Gomes for whom the entire
brought to bear upon the Egyptiat Ht wis be seen that no actual!) achievement has been a personal
Government to support the United tonnage is spereified but the success, He argued with them,
Nations’ resolution calling for BW. delegates firmly beli€¢ve| jjeaded. convinced them that thes
military action against Nor! that the agreement will prove) Wore right and finally persuaded
Korean forces more beneficial than the original them to stay
—Reuter. claim for 725,000 tons guaran
teed, They say that the British The most anxious moment—the
aera Seer estimate of requirements war]dark week-end—came four days
far too low and that when sugar ago when the British Govern
S th, Korea rauioning concludes require: }ment, unswerving in their out-
ou t j ments will soar look had turned down the latest
- In an official statement tonigh: | SeMPromise from the B.W I
Needs Arms; Mr. Gomes, leader of the delega-| Telegates It seemed as though
tion said: “In recommending ac nothing could prevent the mis
Tea leeptance of the agreement the{ sion ending in failure but Mi
Not en | delegation expresses the opinion Gomes had other ideas. He spent
that fulfilment of opportunities the whole of Tuesday morning
HONG KONG, July 6 whieh should be available after reviewing the entire position and
Former Chinese Nationalist sol 1952 to the British Caribbean will|at last he hit upon a solution
diers now in Hong Kong have |‘®aulre peak production and thi | which proved to be the key t
volunteered to form an interna se OU. Be acubewnd bs ig anc j the settlement ; s
tional brigade under the United) © 1 , co-operation be wee | Mr. Gore new formula was
Nations to assist South Kore 1 ay and employees in the; given whole hearted support by
against the “Communist invad-|" The J the delewation and after several
ers”. Four hundred o¥ them mad: 1€ delegation wish to record] pours of egotiatin was finally
the offer to the South Korean| heir gratification that the atmo bi cepted atisfactory by Hig
Consul here j phere in whieh the agreement has },Majesty’s Government
The spokesman for the group, been reached is one of ° friend The full text of the communi-
said many more Nationalist sol- liness an understanding which] que issued in Barbados by the
diers at present taking refuge in]@ugurs well for future relation | Colonial Office yesterday is a:
Hong Kong could be expected to] ships between His Majesty's Gov follows
volunteer, Consul Lee Jung Bang]ernment and British communities The Secretary of State for the
said he had transmitted the offer] in the Caribbean Colonies, the Minister of State for
\c his Government Colonial Affairs and the Minister
He added, however, that it was The delegation wishes lo X=] Or Pood have had a number of
not likely to be accepted as the press their sincere gratitude to meetings with the delegation from
problem in South Korea was not all those associations and indi-| the Governments of the British
a shortage of men but of equip- viduals in the United Kingdom]! West Lodies and Pritish Guiana
ment end the British West Indies} which bh been in this country
He said that 70,000 Koreans who generously took up their} for the last few weeks
resident in Japan had already ese and encouraged — their ad ;
ofiered their services but they! efforts and whose activities} The delegation asked that ou
had been rejected for the same have been of the greatest] Of the total West Indian ao
reason. —Reuter. assistance. ports of 900,000 tons the eS
“s . Government should increase from
As Chairman I desire to record 640,000 to 725,000 tons the quan-
i bi cones to my — tues forl¢ity which as part of a general
@ Joyal support they gave MC] agreement with Commonwealth
Australian throughout the long and arduou Sel aaire the Ministry of Food
‘ ° negotiations It has been a rich] had ‘offered to buy from. their
» }experience, working in associa-} countries each year from 1953 to
I orces At UN Ss hion with men possessing such ©®]1957 at prices which would as
° statesman-like grasp of the prob-|sure reasonable rerouneration te
. +6 lems of our areas. May the sense of | efficient produce:
Disposal British Caribbean unity whieh ha ‘a
‘ he Wiinuste xplained wh
: BRRA. Julyo6 animated all our present endeav-}i., UK. Government were un-
hioessaty Mamie of . both ag ei tain enue 1. a, ge ‘int ter ;
Ss ’ the alls a vtee ‘ wishes on this point, and various
arene oe Me hae ae Mr Cuke told me he thought} other alternatives were explored
is ad ‘| the delegation had done an excep ithout succes rhey bave, how-
ernment’s action in placing naval) tional | ! “ally asl veo
and air force units at the dispo- tional job, more especially 4S/ever, been able to agree on the
sal of the United Nations they had been told before coming | following arrangements
The House of Representative that His Majesty's Government | During the Winter negotiations
approved the Government's ac could not reconsider their orig | the U.K. Government stated that
tion unanimously by voice vate, inal offer } the quantities of sigar covered by
ind the Senate ‘passed a similiar Ly Mur bargaining power was/the long term agreement offered
motion weak” continues Mr. Cuke “and} to Commonwealth Producers
In’ his statement to the House | the U.K. were in a strong posi- @ On Page 7
Prime Minister Robert G.. Men — — —_——
zies said So there will be nat
shadow of misunderstanding, let Str
me state the position of fha| ‘
Government and I hope and be-

eye that of the Opposition,”
Menvies told the House: -'Quite
°

imply we are for peace. We do
not understand aggression but we
will resist it with all we have
and are. If there is to be world
organisation for peace, there
must be world acceptance of re-
sponsibilities to maintain it

“In one breath to speak our
allegiance to the Charter of the
United Nations and in the next to





ignore the resolution of the Se

curity Council would be — either

hyprocrisy or cowardice
—Keuter

Anfentile Paralysis| Chinese Reds Not

Strong Enough

TOKYO, July 6

American Vice Admiral Arthut
Struble commanded the
and British carrier
strike on North Korea three day®
ago, said today he did not intend
to let Korean operations interfere
with the defence of Formosa from
invasion by Chinese Communists

Asked if he thought Chinese
Communists had enough naval
strength to challenge his forces
the Admiral replied, “In strength
for a naval battle—certainly not.”

He did anticipate that an)
lsige invasion would get through
The Admiral conferred here today
with Gen, Dougla

who

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Caub Calling



Lady Joan Arundell returned to Grenada yesterday by B.W.1.A.

She

ve

is pictured here at Seawell on her way to the plane, deep in con-
ation with Capt. W. Lambert,

the Governor’s Private Secretary,

whe accompanied her to the ’plane.

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-

ernor and Mrs. Savage were
among a most appreciative audi-,

ence that heard Miss Gracita
Faulkner sing at the British Coun-
cil buildings, “Wakefield”, last’
evening.

Miss radinuer who has already
given a few concerts since her
arrival here is a mezzo-soprand
who sings in an effortless and
charming style.

Her programme was well
chosen. The first group she ren-
de included “O del mio dolce



by Gluck and works by
atti and Huhn, but the light
tripping melody “Trip
Streamlet” by Handel provided
the seope for her powers of inter-
pretation and adaptation

Giannini’s romantic “Tell
© Blue, Blue Sky” was suited to
her voice and she made the most

of the intriguing plaintiveness of #
+ town Office and has been in B.G.

the theme,

The fifth group that comprised
all Negro Spirituals was perhaps
the best rendered group without

any prejudice to her skill and
artistry displayed in the other
four groups

3ut Burleigh’s “Sometimes 1

Feel lik« Motherless Child” and
Johnson's “My Good Lord Done
Been Here” were rendered in a
manner that reflected credit on
the singer who employed com-
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M'
Anaconda

*B.G. arrived yesterday afternoon
Me’

Here for Two Months
R. MALCOLM B. LAING,
C.M.G., O.B.E., Commis-

‘sioner of Local Government and

Social Welfare Officer in British
Guiana, arrived yesterday after-
noon on B.W.I. Airways’ B.G.
flight. Mrs. Laing accompanied
him.

They expect to be here for two
months on holiday and are staying
at Cacrabank. Also arriving yes-
terday from B.G. was Miss Mary
Treadwell who is from England
and has been staying with them
in B.G.

Arrived Yesterday
. HANS KNOELLER of the
Mining Co,, in

by B.W.I.A. to spend about two
weeks in Barbados staying at the
Paradise Beach Club.

He is Manager of their George-

for two years.

Chemical Engineer

R & MRS G. WILKINSON

and their daughter Carol Ann
have arrived in Barbados for a
long holiday and are guests at
Cacrabank,

Mr, Wilkinson is
the Chemical Engineers
Venezuelan Oil Concessions
Venezuela

He and his family only left
England 18 months ago.

With Barclays In

another of
with
in

From the Canary Islands
—A Record
A

PLEASURE YACHT an aux-

jliary ketch “Alpha” arrived
at St. John’s Harbour in Antigua
on Friday morning with a party
of six among whom is Mr. H, R
Harmer who is very well known
in the Stamp World, Mr. Harmer
has an agency in Bond Street,
London, one in Australia, and New
York

This 80 ft. yacht was built in
Amsterdam about thirty years
ago and is owned by the Royal
Thames Yacht Club, She has
been chartered by Mr. Harmer.

The master is Rear Admiral
Sir Arthur Rattray, K.B.E., C.B
C.1.E., who retired from the
Royal Indian Navy two years ago
and has been living in Lisbon
ever since. Sir Arthur is a
Scotchman and says he does not
know why he lives in Lisbon
He just went there on a trip and
stayed there. Last year Sir Ar-
thur and a friend took fifty-three
days to sail a small yacht from
Lisbon to England a trip he will
never venture again on that little
craft. Sir Arthur started sailing
in his youth on square rig ships
of the Merchant Navy. He holds
the Master Mariner Square Rig
Certificate.

Another member of the party
is Commander Cassey late Com-
modore of the Royal Mai! Steam-
ship Company His last ship was
the “Andes”. ‘There are also two
sailors and one engineer aboard

The “Alpha” left Southwick on
a voyage to New York, via Lis-
bon, Las Palmas, Antigua, Jam-
aica, Havana, Her voyage from
the Canary Islands to Antigua
lasted fifteen days and she en.
countered extremely heavy seas
and boisterous winds in the vicin-
ity of the Leeward Islands, Her
master hopes they will escape any
further disturbances because the
“Alpha” is incapable of facing real
heavy weather.

Commander Nicholson master of
the “Molly Hawk” said that the
trip from the “Canary Islands” to
Antigua in fifteen days by the
“Alpha” might be regarded as a
record because the average voy-
age is made between twenty-five
and thirty days.

Spent Honeymoon Here

RS, HAZEL RUSSELL return -

ed to Venezuela yesterday
morning by B.W.1.A. Her hus-
band, Mr. Edward Russell will be
remaining in Barbados a couple
more days, before leaving for New
York on Saturday via Bermuda
by T.C.A.

The Russells were married
recently in Barbados and spent
their honeymoon at the Paradise
Beach Club.

With Colonial Survey
R. S. J. ALLEN, a Londoner
who is with the Colonial
Survey in B.G. arrived yesterday
afternoon by B.W.I.A. to spend
two weeks in Barbados. He is
staying at the Sea View Guest
House.



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PRINCESS MARGARET

A PRINCESS visited the child-
ren at an East Grinstead, Sussex,
nursery school but they didn’t see
her as she stepped from her
“coach” and walked among them,
stopping now and then to talk.
The visitor was Princess Mar-
garet, the children blind babies of
the Sunshine Home, of which she
is President. This visit was her
first Presidential act, and by her

ildren in thei
occupations.

own wish it was informal so newly i.
r

she could see the c
normal day-to-da
Photo shows: Princess

garet wore this simple feathered
straw hat for her visit to the Sun-



shine Home,
Medical Student
RRIVING from Jamaica by
B.W.LA., on Wednesday

evening was Mr. G. B. P. Cummins
a medical student of the Univers-
ity College of the West Indies, He
has come over to spend the sum-
mer holidays with his parents Dr.
H. G, Cummins, M.C.P., and Mrs,
Cummins of “Gothmare,” Bank
Hall Road.

Dr. Cummins is at present in
England with the West Indies
Sugar delegation and is expected
to return to Barbados shortly.

Annual Leave

ISS CELIA MANCINI, who

is on the staff of DaCosta and
Co., left yesterday for Grenada by
B.W.1.A., on her annual leave. Miss
Mancini was originally from
Grenada and will be returning to
Barbados in two weeks’ time. —

Next Trip—Dominica

R. MICHAEL SHARPE,
lets arrived yearend ee te
PSS z yesterday by
from St. Lucia. He oauelty koa
here for about a month before his
rext trip, Q

whict vi > 1
ah uch will be to
Crack Shot
(NAPTAIN ROBERT JOHN-

“4 STONE, the Commandant of
the West Indian Bisley teams is
now staying at the Mount Royal
Hotel in London. He spends most
of his days at Bisley making
arrangements for the teams and
at night he goes off to operas and











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PL LD | tam. te News: ria. News! “At length the Princess stops ing Miranda
fanaa 78 am. dane Pires 13] playing with her dolls and ‘rises arm. Slipping behind the curtain
F 1 2 ais; ; ° Ruper alk f ait. “Seat oe s passage and
- From the Editorials; 8.10 aia. Pro to go. Rupert walks away anc, still he re secret passage and
: ene het on gramme Parade; 8.15 a.m, BEC Nor- keeping out of sight, he dodges his pulls the sliding panel behind him.
¥ Pa’s rests may out to be | thern Orchestra; 9 a.m. Close Down way into the house and gets into ‘Well, Miranda seems quite at
so Sencinenents iy ee US |e cpoon. The, New: 18,10 Bom. New| the room just as the "Princess home here.” he thinks sadly.“
iclen : . s a ars. He doesn't turn round, so suppose she'll stop here and poor
steam. (5 Championships; 1 p.m The Debate ppears. ’ t id, § upp | Pp e and
ll K.C.s wv advice bet the Gontinedes 1.15 p.m. Radio News-eei he doesn’: notice that she is carry- | f t her now
this. (4 1,30 p.m. Here’s Howard; 2 p.m. Vhe} ALL RIGHTS
“Yo 1 with the ber SE News; 2.10 p.m. Home News from Bri- aan ——
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combina p.m. Music in Miniature; 3 p.m. They ee eS
13 This qe Js noe wi BENE | few vy Moonlight: 4 pm. Ths News SSS
on may it a)" Amerioan 4.10 p.m. The daily service; 4.15 p.m
Nights at the Opera; 4.45 p.m e =f . ta 1
oo e speomuan O74} port from Wimbledon; 5 p.m. British AQUATIC CLUS CEUNEMA (Members Only)
15. Tog With 18 seross Me ateefie | OPC" Golf Championship; 9.05 pm
the wel Interlude; 5.15 p.m. Programme Par
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tsa p.m ane Eyre; s "2 Vous
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AJOR C. E. WAKEHAM,
Regional Information Officer
of the Colonial Office in the

Caribbean is now in London fo
health reasons. The Major, ha
been about the world a great dea

in his time, having served in the

Bengal Lancers at one time anc

having been the “Times” corres~
before the

pondent in Portugal
\War. He has two sons at schoo
:in England, but he has not hac
the opportunity of seeing then
yet.
he entrance exam

Social Welfare Officer

for Tonbridge

M*: AND MRS, LEONARD

CREASE who arrived ~—
ie

B.G., yesterday afternoon
B.W.LA., have come over for abou
two weeks’ holiday.

Demerara Bauxite Co., in

ing at ‘Cacrabank’
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The elder boy is now sitting!

Mr. Crease
is Social Welfare Officer of the
Mac
Kenzie and has been living in
B.G., for 19 years, They are stay-



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K.C.M.G., Governor of the M* AND MRS. M. THOMAS ISS NANCY CHALBAUD one shot, having been a member of the Enid Hercules, wife of Mr. R. M. TO-DAY 4.45 & 8.15 and R " x
Windward Islands who was spend- arrived from St. Kitts yester- of the many Venezuelan Trinidad rifle team for 25 years. Hercules, Barrister at Law in San Continuing x JOHN MARSHALL SINGING—“Till Then” x
ing a few days’ holiday intransit day afternoon by B.W.LA., to school girls who go to school at but he will not be shooting at Fernando has returned to Trinidad. M-G-M presents. . . $ WALTER BURKE—“Far Away Places’ g
to Grenada returned to Grenada spend a month's holiday here visit- the Ursuline Convent here, re- Bisley this year. When Bisley She told Carib shortly before Joel McCrea, Ellen Drew % LUCILLE CRAIG—“I wish I had Someone to Love Me” %
yesterday afternoon by B.W.LA. ing relatives. Mr. Thomas is with turned to Venezuela yesterday by week is over he plans to go to she left that she has had such a in $ HERMAN FORDE—“My Foolish Heart” : : %
She was a guest at Government Barclays Bank in Port-of-Spain B.W.1I.A. for the long holidays Scotland and then to Norway. wonderful holiday, that she is al- “STARS IN MY CROWN” x FITZ HAREWOOD—“Blueberry Hills” %
House. and is on long leave. They also She has returned somewhat He was last in Scandinavia ‘in ready thinking of her next visit with % MALCOLM. MURRAY—"“I Fall in Love Too Easily” %
‘ spent some of their holiday ‘n early she told Carib, the majority 1939, and just caught the last boat here. j Allan Hale Dean Stockwell $ Love Too Easily
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“aribbean rea__ arrive ere by B. W. I. A,, intransit from peed TO- % — ~
yesterday by B.W.1.A. from the US., were Mrs, Noel Inniss R. AND MRS. DICK LEWIS}, GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES ty ean" ony g aa
Jamaica, via Puerto Rico, Antigua, of “Summerside” Hastings and have returned to Dominica FRIDAY, SAT., SUN. 8.30 pam. MAT, SUN. 5 p.m, Republic Big Doubl ms A CARTOON HEINEKEN’S BEER
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His wife arrived in Barbados a with her, ; is the former Miss Rose, Cauaee | a sstapetentenenmentemrentenstonn with ¥ ‘ ut AM.
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bits of paper, marked £1 and ing ‘do’ in these operas, will 12” yearly accumulation, eo trat ives
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HE award of a civie waistcoat
by Holborn Borough Council

Arthur G, writes: I often put
my legs into my shirtsleeves
while dressing, and my arms into
my trousers. I get so tied up that
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he cost of living in Martinique is much higher than that Bhee, Se + Se hte He St it
> I i an < ( : hy
B s, a housewife who has just returned fron | t tf ‘ i -
hat colony told the Advocate N | Georgetow t fternoon, Dr. White Vice-Chair 1 of th h aare .
St! said th: at everything is ve by the vich is the} | tively considering] Fellowship for Freedor Med-1° erst in ‘
equivalent of 2 lbs. Sugar is 95 francs a kilo or 24 ‘ent. ‘ats a er ie yhole. at}icine, said that before the health |!" Ae pep orh ae
P r pr maximum } serv: Wwe introduced yor. t i he
ane fly ing fish sometimes cost iS r 12 cents a piece, butte: | | are cireu- ann wnaawe 1 ; wag re ed by [@*plaine
15 S 38 a lb. and one steak costs a a doll lar a lb. or more.| ' 1 British Guiana to the| his patients as a mY rier und i orecast
one said that one did not 2 = at the Company is con-] as well as medica! acvi: Wi i we i A wa
grumble to pay the high cost for | templating selling s of their} added: Wes er-Mare hour
me as it was flown direct from | Fl all Vi ti assets to outside i ests ha “Now | t P ‘ ° i These
m bee ae ive Now he is treated a he m fa
the Argentine and the quality was Oo tc ans | been dispelled.—(Cp) behind the counter « hop rega ‘ I » hu
good, but she was horrified at the | . has beer. generously | ked eds of small tra ’
high prices of goods as there were Settl. D } the M ister 1 ide towns generall I
I ‘ >» Minister of Hea ) ‘ :
no cheaper qualities for the e own | Pp ; { F . “Before the schante en and gopinion, Kec m ale
poorer classes | om our 1 women spent years of expensive Visitors.”
The French people ep Af 7 /, Pi | training that ctor uld liv
+ ain SC lat ac ia rive
te itor that since Mar- re ime | N elecom a 1 up to the ideals that 1 ie medi-
t s no longer a colony, | | ‘ € € cine a worthy caliin
but a department of France, the} ‘Residents of the ‘Government/ |
cost of living had driven most | houses at the Pine Estate are now| rangements are well ad- “Now they will | i
of the natives over to France| nearly settled and the district has \ ae as a result of the Com-)\ fillers up af forms and tributing
where things seemed to be/ the appearance of a quiet orderly - 'ussion’s work this week, for the| 8° ts and general ; tioners
easier. village The bustle which was a ae a ae b . A , ext West Indian Conference,) “! ill mostly be the runtled
She said that nothing was sold| kept up among the people for a PIPE-SMOKING BERTIE GOMES (Captain of the Sugar Team) stands next to Laughing John which will be held in Curacao in failures—those who } e failed

on the streets and she was very | long time after they had been re-| Goddard _ (Cricket Leader)

November, when to get hospital job:
delighted with her visit to the! moved after the flood last year, is} ~ we somes -





representatives
of all te i : “Another point is that before
a erritories in the area will

three markets which were well | no: more evident, . | meet together for two weeks to | Rtas one oe intr SHCeO the
arranged and at which every pos-| “There are moments”, one resi-| ut rea Witore oo 1ouse Fall ee their common social ana|@otor had time to think about
sible item for 0 i :

the housewife could | de nt told the Advocate yesterday, economic problems, his cases, give his mind to the




















particularly wes
r . samy 7 | service of his patient d the
be acquired. when my family and I almost for- ° S ° ye ( the development of sound agri-| or vice
| get the circumstances which made | 1es n | ul ST tes n oadway cultural policies nate th tow th iinet nd
’ r The e géevernme
Housewife’s Delight }us come here”. ‘She said that} \ ; < , vn possibility of . additional| not care about sates al ian es bard
| those moments were usually of an P t R 2 Fi “ay B H. (Marbader Advocate Corte ‘echnical assistance in the area ary ot 7 . vy
: . " d ‘a espondent) . : area, ) part of the health servi X-rays,
It was the housewife’s delight | evening when her children had uer oO 1¢c0 or e e ANTIGUA under the United Nations ex- specialists and hospit + ‘ eet
to go to the fish market in her|Teturned from school and were Barbados Advocate Corréspontiehs) Week after week truck loads of aioe programmes and{Personatity is ignored.’—INS
car or otherwise even as late as| Playing on the village green. WASHINGTON, June 30, BELIZE lumber from dismantled buildings'] g uted States Point Four Pro-
11 o'clock at night to get her fisn There was no place for the Dr. Aurelio Malaga Alba of the} strong recommendations for a} cf the ex Army Base are conveyed Picante was” Weleonted by _ the Parked in
as it was sometimes brought from | children to play near their old Veterinary Public Health Section further grant of $950 000 for the to St. John’s but on Saturday last eh Cano The Secretary Gen '
as far as 10 miles up the coast homes, as there were many houses] of the Pan American Sanitary continued subsidiz: tion of aa ant al a policeman decided to have a clic ‘dewam at tue up| W ron S pot: 20)’
to the market to be sold. | in the small area. Now the child.} Bureau, Regional Office of the foodstuffs have bee ane a’ | building which he had purchased Rivest gt ph in & f meee
Wine is a necessity to all French |Ten have a big pasture which| World ‘Health Organization, has nce $ ave gen minds to the move partly intact sa erat laracter for assistance from these FOR parking a cay on. Parry
people and the price has been| is open to strong breezes from] returned from Puerto Rico where fi ee Sao for the ¢ olonies, céntied alox “al puvhein. inh Quarters for consideration by] Street which is a restricted area,
kept down remarkably well| the East he rendered consultative services |Q/" 000. BVClyn. | Hone Colonials trucks seryitie it “cdtiangea lember Governments Tourism] Marcus Barrow another taxi
although Champagne which was At this time, a visitor paying| and technical assistance to the}©¢cretary, told the Legislative in@ the building hu Jetel was emphasized by the Commis-| driver was ordered to pay 20
| : : _— ' . s s} “ Ve complete ‘ as ie ,
formerly $2.00 a bottle is now| an evening visit to the district| health authorities during an out- C ouncil, last week. i itr ote aoe Wear t “ie ton as a field in which such assis-]in one month, when Magistrate
$3.50. would see the popular game of| break of rabies on that island The grant of $250,000 made for atmucture « x th we Phejtance should be sought, The}H. A. Talma found hin guilty
¢ ‘ r . 4 P “eed eg ) ‘xec , . * oy , ‘
She said that the buses are| the boys, cricket, being played— The outbreak occurred at tite |this purpose in January when the Sah fon. 4 aes re, a ! gulatic nj Executive Secretary of the Carib-| of the offence
smaller than those here and are| their parents looking on end of March and was identified|Honduran dollar Was devalued ses ie ransportation through bean Interim Tourism Committec The evidence was t Barrow
not as comfortable, but car hire as rabies in the Rabies Labora- |came to an end on June 30th city so unless it can be carried was invited to address the Com-]!} ad parked the car fo bout 20
from the visitor’s point of view is| tory of the Communicabie Disease A reply has not yet béen re- sin oe, other oor lion it will} mission on his preliminary obser-] ™inutes along Parry ect, ana
about the same | “ Centre of the U.S. Public Healtn|ceived by the Government on its| SH!) have to be stripped. Mean-|yations during the rapid tour of] When questioned by police
} ‘ eed I ra Service, in Montgomery, Alabama.|request for a further subsidy} “@i/e motorists have been com-|the area which he had just com-]| Constable said that hi lid not
. al at q ak ie cane It was reported 10 the Pan Amer=|erant, but the Gove nt states} P@lled to take another route to the | pleted to examine tourist facilities,| KNOW that that area not. a
For entertainment, there are a I frant, but the Government states : are
iGibes Gk” SERRE obe ‘ok thet ican Sanitary Bureau in order}that they will be maintained in city. Subjects chosen for technical con- parking spot
best being the Olympia which is | abs Another that the other countries in the| July, A reply has been promised seid ferences in 1951 were industrial}, Barrow, who was repre ened
luxuriously furnished and gives | Caribbean region be notifled and): very shortly.” development, fisheries and hous-}"Y Counsel, denied tha vane
two shows a. day In addition e warned to take precautionary. : E - ae rye ing ment, said that he wis awaiting
there is a full fledged bar which Motorist measures to prevent the introduc- ixtortion I rial a passenger who had gone
is ope aed day and Sight tion of the disease in their re- Social Justice P t i ' into ON, Customs Hoeu
pened day 2 7 tori ; . - |
eo ; : ; spective territories « ostpone« y y O LIGHTS. £1 |
Perens tts Rye ¢ Oe Bak bas Ge an en- At the same time, the Bureau Is Monthly f I f Customs Traps Acie A tg nee
> sea ye gineer o wo Mile Hill, was yeS-) received an invitation, through NASSAU : f EE ng SHE naad. a ‘ ack
ymphony orchestra at the Pax|terday ordered to pay a fine of|the US. Public Health Service, . ‘No: See BANAMAS, July 5, ‘ é DOVER, England SHE! L. imposed a fine of £1 in|
Theatre. This orchestra she said € (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) Noneholas Musgrove, arraigned Britain's Customs and Excise} }4 days on Julian Blackett a}
veatre. This orchestra she said} 4 in two months for exceeding ]|from the Commissioner of Publi oT Tor En be ’ .
5 fe ‘ini ‘sieel 1 nmissioner © c BELIZE before Chief Justice Oswald Ban-|men are using new high-frequency | t¢Xi driver of Chapel Gap for}
was first started by a Roman\|the speed limit with the motor{ Health of Puerto Rico. Dr. Juar _ & i :
. St aaa mar We : n : : ETD ICO, = A new newspaper has been}croft at the opening of the oe radio telephone equipment in af P@'king a car without lights on
Catholic Priest from France and jcar M-1197 along Martindales|a_ p send an cbserv ; - ? : . : ese * . |
a © 8 ons, to send an observer to} parted British H i Th preme Court, July Sessions plead- | stepped-1 battle against s{ Station Hill, which is a highway
rendered some very heavy classical | oad on April 27, when he op-|the US. territory starved in “Sriisn sOncure led not guilt this pped-up battle against smug | Va
atts Ts 5 : ‘e afore magistrate . blishers are the General Work-| ©, !°' guilty to three charges of | glers on June 17,
musie by Russian and German| peared before magistrate A. J bv : ae attempted extortion nd t “ =
composers, the like of which she} Hanschell, The PASB assigned Dr. Aureliojers’ Union Executive Councillors, charx of writte th A ne The new equipment enables we
had never heard in the West! Cpl. Jones who brought the Malaga to make on-the-spot ob—/and it is intended primarily to deat! or, eithvous t Re - oan es them to operate in much the same |
Indies except perhaps in British| prosecution, said that on. April] servations of rabies cases, and to|further the cause of unionism in|Tady Oakes. The trial he ade Way as police patrol cars
Guiana. | 27, he was on duty along Martin- | collaborate with the insular health |{)e Colony ' Ea ae Uhis equipment was fitted as an

i i ostponed t » Oct ‘g¢
| dales Road with another consta-| authorities in the study of the} The postponed to the October Sessions

| ble testing the speed of vehicles. | epidemiology of the disease. Dr. | Courisel
| They were 110 yards apart. He] Malaga assisted Dr. Ernest 5S. . Rea-

66 99 | saw the car M-i197 approaching] Tierkel, of the U.S-P.H.S., in /°°l™s it is a monthly MER oe tie whe ee ae los the ties See
~ ’ - é -1197 a a ’ ‘ Ps fence lay ors 7 . s_i| Ol > stloms et.
Sea-Shell | him going towards the country|giving & course in Isboratory} . Sate i, ee ee. at tHe ‘de

name of the new paper is by experiment on the cutter Vigilant

ana proved a great success, It is



e agreement between the oe e-
Social Justice, and for the timecuting and defence

jlable in”
S until

TS , » fence is not ready sroceé: ae The Vigilant carries two fast
and seemed to travelling at a] diagnosis of rabies. He also gave Ge ts Agric ulture 1ot ready to proceed to

O' s launches—one for fine weather
fast rate. a conference at Puerto Rico’s| s . oer i £5. Achediled 1, attorney and another for ro 1 seas, Both
7 anks As soon as the front wheel] Dept. of Agriculture on the prob- | Scholarships ae ee ihe ae when sent ‘ Ce Puniceaes
touched the blue line which he]lems related to rabies. ‘ (Barvatios Advocate Correspondent) | day for Ireland on vacation and| vessels, have been able to keep
(From Our London Correspondent) had drawn across the road, he Control Measures Applied / TIGUA will not be ne before Octo~|in touch with their parent ship

LONDON. started his stop watch and then The outbreak of rabies was first George Lett of Antigua has been| ber, and Captain Basil Sparrow,

Verena, second of the four| walked towards the other con-| manifested in the towns of Saint astitent aan Ale 1950

sister-ships destined to play aj stable McClean who also had’ a} Just. , “
great part in carrying crude oil] stop watch, The two watches

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Leeward | Star prosecution witness who

Toa Alta and Ciales, and | {clands scholarship fora diploma] @w on an African tour with

insular health authorities imme-





a

needed for Britain’s refinery ex-| were stop at the same time ond in Agriculture at the Imperial arry Phillip Oakes, son of Lady









! frequency—~I.N.S
| = i By diately placed these three areas|(ojjece of Tropical Agriculture Oakes will not be re turring before an 1 nae
pansion programme, was launched| Tead 50 and 45 seconds respec-| under quarantine. At the same will f ydtober October 3ail of £1,000 has been
on June 29. tively thus giving a difference of | time, and will enter in October,

an intensive campaign was extended (CP)
3y the end of July, two more| 5 seconds, which is calculated to

launched to round up and vac- _ ; ‘
vessels in this dollar-saving oil} to be 41 miles m.p h. The Speed] cinate all the stray dogs within a Govt. House ee ae oe Ol Ss é Ss
fleet—all larger than any so far| !imit in this area is 20 m.p.h. | radius of two kilometers from the 7 . i



; : . 2,

jJaunched in Europe—will be fitting . centers of infection. Three thous- To Be I ‘ainted illiams
out. The first vessel, the Velutina, Forfeits Car and dogs were vaccinated and] (ga+yaitos Advocate Correspondent)

Jaunched by Princess Margaret is about four thousand stray dogs

| x
; ; ANTIGU New rT ‘retary
expected to leave on her maiden MR. H A TALMA, City | were killed in an effort to isolate ANDIGUA wUnd I Sec re tary

SEG ® 99
: . 5 It is understood that Antigua’s j ¥ e e
voyage to the Persian Gulf some} Police Magistrate, ordered N. E.| the vector and prevent the spread-|. 6:00 yo Gren : aS \ v a mo lV aut an
time in August. Wilson, a Swan Street merchant, | ing of the disease. The last case antiquated Government House will I or Commonwealth

The four new tankers are| to forfeit his Oldsmobile motor} was reported on May 12 in Ciales shortly be receiving a coat of |

i throughout , rior J I
named after sea-shells. Each one} Car last Monday after he plead- Mongoose May Also Be ee ; are of them is capable of making| ed guilty of having imported it Carrier Of Rabies co. Our an ected by I! rs. B ACK | Prime Minister Attlee yesterday p
eight round trips from the Persian| Cn October 15, without having " burne, wife of the new Governor | announced the

ane : oar a appointment of ih e E U FE 3
Gulf every year, bringing 200,000| Cbtained a license which is ae ane oa mee aie Sone expected here in late September.| Davi! Rees-Williams as Partia -PROV E 2 WOM N oO T Oo ;
tons of crude oil to Britain. granted for such purposes. Mr. in Puerto Rico that the mongoose * ag | mentary Under-Secretary for

Talma also fined him £20 and ]/- | ;. Stikpeokeeh ax: aititerstble, Vent Bishop’s Crockery Stolen | Commonwealth Relations Office
Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company,| (0Sts to be paid in 14 days or in “hi So Rubepesge: Yipee

the Shell concern. The launching
ceremony yesterday was perform-| â„¢ent

The ships are owned by the







































ae = a as (Barbados Advocate Correspondent | Rees-Williams was Colonial ~
default six months’ imprison- a age ties fen ST. JOHN'S | Under-Secretary ‘until he lost his CAN HAVE LOVELIER SKIN
tae He. Wathott sebrisenind Jamaica in 1877 to kili rats dur- In the absence of the Bishop ‘ eat in. Parliament in the Feb- E
ed by Lady Slessor, wife of the} Wils: 7. I. Walcott represen,°'l ing a plague epidemic. In India| °f Antigua and Mrs Rew REFREDY| ruary 23 election. The Minister
Chief of the Air Staff, Sir John] 2&SOU and South Africa, the mongoose} Davis the Bishop’s Lodge was| must be a Member of Parliament
Slessor, at Belfast. | is considered one of the principal | "ken into a few nights ago and The Labour Government solved
wagriots of rabies, a number of silver and crockery} Sri, problem by raising Ree Ss
| mongoose-trapping operation re stolen. iiams to the Peerage, which
6 , | The Weather is wide way throughout the islandil Gjsione “Alelly teaminat ae ae hi 5 ea in the be eC
| . in order to determine hetk I vulsions mally erminating in | oO words e has not yet chosen af
Hot Sermons | TO-DAY animal is the rabies eae, net death. j his title. Rees-Williams succeeds
|| Sun Rises; 5.43 a.m, carrier of infection during the He said that he did not know] Lord Holden who, the announce
LONDON, | Sun Sets; 6.25 p.m. recent outbreak. if the mongoose is a reservoir of | ment said, has resigned owing to | Thirty enine doctors — including
Raven-haired, glamorous former| | Moon (New) July 15 Dr. Malaga observed that there| iMfection although there is a possi~| temporary pressure of urgent] i i ‘ialists — have
actress Doris Strudwicks, Britain’s| | Lighting: 7.00 p.m. is every hope for the total eradi-| Pility of that animal being the) business—C.P | leaaling skin specialists — a ae
~hot gospeller in nylons,” returned| | High Water; 9.32 a.m., 9.56 pation sat snuiee trom Puerto Rico ior dea = Poa nee completed 14-day tests of the
rom aé preaching tour of the! p.m. in view of e effective control eT, aS ~ | ro ‘ Sais han ” f
United States because ‘England | measures that have been taken by In Trinidad he said that the | R S ° W . ‘Palmolive Beauty Plan” on 1,354
needs re-awakening.’ | YESTERDAY the insular health authorities, hao of infection is sometimes ussian ay women: women of all ages: with
The beautiful 25-year-old} | Rainfall (Codrington) Nil Fatal Disease sie vaniping ‘bat. Me did” not “Vv ype cin, * y report a
Britisher, wearing American | Total for Month to Yester- The Advocate was told yester-| ink that there was any need LONDON wre type * ekm. Chey Tepe m
r ylons, high-heeled shoes and a} day; .05 in. day in an interview with Dr. F. N. a public alarm in Barbados as fn Russia, the government pay definite noticeable improvement in
tight-fitting costume, said: Temperature (Max. 86.5° F. Grannum, Acting Director of ; introduc tion of the disease | it by taxing itself the complexions of 2 women out of 3.
“Though I loved the Americans I| | ‘Temperature (Min.) 72.5° F. Medical Services that rabies is a]; 3, VY UniIkely : an finance minister A, G } “d by signed s ¢ tsb y
knew IT had to come back here.|| wind Direction (9 a.m.) E., fatal disease causing inflamation In the meantime, the port and| Zvervev explained to the Supreme (Supported by signed statements by
where I feel I am negded.” j (3 pm) E. of the brain tissue and is due to aerodrome authorities are taking| Soviet in Moscow that two-third | the women themselves.)
Doris, who does not drink, | Wind Velocity: 11 miles per f virus acquired through the bite prec autions They have been noti-} of; the budget revenue in 1949 wot, iy : rare
moke, use make-up, go to dances, hour 5 f a rabid animal fied ao instructed to inspect all! came from turnover tax and] Particular improvem«¢ nts
theatres or night clubs and has no 9 3 30.001, "The symptoms are headache animals such as dogs and other) prefits tax—-on ‘state-rin enter | bserved were:—-
boy friends, will rest a month be-| Barometer ao a” #0. llowed fone dificult Peas al. small animals before they are| prise: He didn’t explain where] v f "
fore preaching “hot” sermon (3 p.m.) 29.8 wing and later delirium and ¢ OH allowed to land in the island | the rest came from | f é ;
throughout Britain. } oo , /
er ea eGo. gocooneseseo0E> COCR IT = —— EL
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BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY : > ‘CLOTHIERS OF DISTINCTION” M| "+ +++ Less coarse
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4 wearers presi ( :
CORPORATION 1D % ¥ FINE TAILORING IS | emishes
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F % GROUND BLACK PEPPER! BEM Me. il alll ie i | Freshe, a
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$ Daily Powdered Whole Milk $ . | Br; ther
3 Allson’s White Rolled Oats sa Shtey, 1
: : Our Tailori | “ey ean
NOTICE @ Kraft Prepared Mustard ¥| | t oring | Ungep ir
F % » Cheese with Macaroni x q | 100k i,
dies S ; Department 8
| 1 “he sservedly P lar \
» Flavouring Essences % has a deservedly Popul; | ar :
& 8 % || Reputation for | You, too, can expect those skin improvements—in only 14 days
Moir’s Custard Powd 2 |
As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of owder Mi ee a : " | * ei meer wan 2 boty ‘ a sovistel
our ‘Engities thin ho Wher be delayed, the Comwany has th is. aie x “JUST THAT LITTLE BIT If you want a complexion every man admires and every woman envies start the
consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of KI MORE CARE AND | ‘‘ Palmolive Beauty Plan” now ! It’s so simple. This is all yqu do :
commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now {{,% Chase & Sanborn Coffee ¥} {\) ATTENTION” i ;
available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load at (1-% Tins) Bh : | 1 Wash your face with Palmolive Soap
intervals during the next few months. RI hict : fl order ) 7 F
* ~ > . le 7 oe £ prs ‘ . ‘ * .
Quinn's Cocktail (Salted) %| whieh we mun oe | 2 Massage its rich, olive-oil lather into your skin for
Our Consumers are asked to co-operate by exercising the Peanuts 1h) eter one full minute.
utmost economy in the use of Electricity, particularly during g e | 8 ‘
the Peak period between 6.20 and 8,30 p.m, until further notice. Ss} | o Rinse.
S ene % : |
Many P / are saying , :
Vv. SMITH, $| - eee ene i ‘| Do this for 14 days. And you will (prove — as the doctors
> .
0th J 1950 Cee eee: = INCE & Co., Ltd. % “I Always Get Mine trom proved — that, if you keep your skin cleansed by
2 June, 1950. | | ee , ; ‘
C $ I Palmolive’s beautifying olive oil lather, you will .
% DIAL 2230 — ROEBUCK ST. || “FOGARTY’S”
g \ KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL GOMPLEXION
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Published by The Advocate Co, ..14., 4, Broad Bt. Bridzeiws



Friday, July

7, 1950





DEARER FORK

THE VALUE of Lord Listowel’s visit |

to Barbados in November at the time of
the Governors’ Conference is now appar-

ent.

In a debate in the House of Lords’

on Independence Day Lord Listowel said
that the West Indies have been harder
hit by devaluation than any other terri-
tory under the British flag. Lord Listowel
must know this perfectly well because at
the Governors’ Conference it was realised
that devaluation would hit the West Indies
as soon as the cushioning effect of the fore-
sight of Bridgetown’s merchants in buy-
ing supplies in advance had worn off. So
well was this realised that the Governors’
Conference decided to hold a meeting of
‘Government Officials which would re-
view the field of economic problems in
the British Caribbean since devaluation
of the pound sterling. This meeting was
held in March this year and a report was

made to Governments in the area,

the meantime the people of
await with interest the report of the Com-
mittee which was appointed in October,

1949,
Control in Barbados.

to examine the system of

In
Barbados

Price

It is hoped that this report will speedily
be published so that the public can have
basic information which is so necessary if
the people are to understand just how
much the cost of living to-day is duc
directly to devaluation. Ever since Janu-
ary the effects of devaluation have grad-
ually been making themselves felt as the
prices of goods have increased owing to
the lower purchasing power of the Barba

dos dollar.

It is now being said more

and more often in Barbados that devalu-
ation has had much less effect than was

at first prophesied.

It is being said that

the price of United Kingdom articles are
now no more expensive than those from
dollar markets. But at the same time it is
being forgotten that until devaluation
goods from the dollar markets of North
America were in many cases considerably
cheaper than goods from the United King- |

dom.

Devaluation has now evened ou!

disparity in prices in favour of the United
Kingdom manufacturers, but how hard has
been the blow struck at the West Indies
Lord Listowel must know and this week
he has nobly championed the West Indian
cause in the Home Parliament. Lord Lis-
towel’s words are not however the total
picture of Barbadian Society to-day. What
does not appear on official records of con-
trolled goods prices is the large number of
The gardener who
replies “dearer fork” when asked for an
explanation of a rise in the price of home

items produced locally.

grown vegetables is representative of

a

whole series of unofficial price increases
which have swept this island since deval-

uation.

Not only is Barbados hard hit by hav-
ing the value of its currency dramatically
decreased externally, but this same deval-
ued currency is being further devalued in-
ternally by unofficial price increases, the
sum total of which make miserable house-
wives and unhappy fathers of families. |
The need cries out for prompt action to
peg living costs before inflation reaches a
point where wage increases will them-
selves be powerless to cope with an alarm-

ing situation.

———— an



OUR READERS SAY:

SS

Life Assurance Investments

The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Why did C.G.G.
and energy to dilate on the
ance? em
Merely to express his opini

value 0

on that

expend so much time

{ life assur-

the appoint-

ment of a Committee to value the investments of

the Barbados Mutual Life
“ean do no harm”?
When the 1888 Resolution

refers, was passed by the policy

nearly all of the Society's

Assura
to wh

Assets

mortgages of Real Estate, but to-day

the case as can be
Society’s latest Balance Sheet.
What are the facts’

seen on

holders all
consisted

reference to

nee Society
G.
or
of
that is not
the

ich C.G

When, as now, a quinquennial valuation comes
to be made the investments are valued in the

following manner:—

Real Estate Mortgages

In Barbados:—by the
when considered necessary,
by independent valuers.

Directors,
valuations

by

In the other West Indian Islands
gage over a certain amount (fixed by the Actuary)

is valued by a recognized Valuer whose
Society's

covered by a report by the
submitted to the Actuary.

Stocks, Bods,

supported
made
every mort-

valuation,
Agent, is

Shares, Debentures, ete —each

of the Society's Bankers furnishes a formal certi-
ficate of the “Bid” values of the several securi-
ties held by that Bank as of the date on whicn
the Valuation is being made, In the case of Securi-
ties not quoted on the Stock Exchange the Bank
gives the latest price at which any such security |

may have changed hands,

All of the above Valuation Reports, certificates,
jete, are forwarded in original to the Actuary to

enable skim to make his Valuation, These are
forwarG:d into full details of each security to-
gether with the comments of the Board of Di-

rectors along such lines as have been suggested

by the Actuary.

In such circumstances it seems to me quite
unnecessary to appoint the Committee envisaged
by the 1888 Resolution, but I think the Policy|
Holders will be well advised to follow the Board |
of Directors who are best qualified to advise |
them on the subject. |

But perhaps C.G.G. will attend the meeting |
on the 7th, and give Policy holders the benefit
of his advice on the matter.

X.Y.Z,

July 6, 1950



|

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





1950

FRIDAY, JULY 7



WEST INDIES=1 A BROKEN PROMISE

HY HUGH PAGET. M. A.

In the eighteenth century the
West Indies were considered by
Great Britain to be of such im-
portance that it was seriousiy
debated, during the negotiations
for a treaty, waether Guadeloupe

should be retained in preference

to Canada
Today their

different kind
The West

interest is of a
Indies are now less
important because of their eco-
nomic wealth than because the
Caribbean is a laboratory in which
rate reiations are being solved in
practice and in which we can see
, people and a nation coming into
being.

It does, in fact, provide a mi-
crocosm in’ which some of the
greatest of world problems can be
een in their simplest terms. It is
also the scene of the most impor-
tant development in the British
Commonwealth at the present
time

My main theme then is the West
Indian people. I will endeavour
to show, as far as the limits of a
lecture will permit, how very wide
is the variety of sources from
which the present peoples of the
West Indies have come into the
Caribbean; how despite their di-
verse origins, they have become,
or are becoming, one people and
how, in the future, we may expect
to see them become a nation.

The British West Indian islands
look very small indeed on the map
but they and the mainland terri-
tories are scattered over or nearby
the Caribbean Sea. One of the
best ways of getting an idea of
their relative positions and of the
distances which divide them is
that of superimposing a map of
the West Indies upon that of Eu-
rope (as was done in the Report
of the Moyne Commission). If,
then, British Honduras is taken
to be in the position of England,
the Bahamas would be in Sweden,
Jamaica would be near Danzig,
Trinidad near the Crimea and
British Guiana in Asia Minor,

The islands are the peaks of a
submerged mountain system
sweeping in a magnificent curve
from Yucatan in Mexico to the
mouth of the Orinoco. The highest
point in the British West Indian
islands is Blue Mountain peak in
Jamaica which rises to over 7,300
feet. The mountains are largely
voleanic in origin and such disas-
trous eruptions have occurred as
that in Martinique in 1902 when
the voleano of Mt. Pele destroyed
the town of St. Pierre, leaving
as its sole survivor, it is said, a
man in a prison cell condemned to
death. Earthquakes are not un-
common, and Kingston, the capi-
tal of Jamaica, was almost entire-
ly destroyed by one in 1907. The
West Indies are also subject to
hurricanes, and we experienced
the worst for thirty years in Ja~-
rnaica in 1944. This is a grim
picture and suffers from conden-
sation. For the most part, the
islands enjoy a delightful climate,
the temperature averages 72°, and
rainfall usually being plentiful.



What strikes the newcomer to
the West Indies most forcibly ?
Undoubtedly, I think, the beauty
and the colour that is everywhere

about him, The mountains and
the rich vegetation make the

Caribbean one of the most beau-
tiful and varied regions in the
world. Everyone who has been
there will remember individual
scenes which are etched upon his
memory. It may be the Pitons of
St. Lucia, rising dramatically lik»
green cones from the blue Carib-
bean; the patchwork quilt of
Barbados, seen from the air, with
its canefields shining like patches
of sunlight against the duller
greens and browns about them;
or the remote stillness, broken
only by the mournful notes of the
Solitaire, of the cloud-encircled
peaks of the Blue Mountains of
Jamaica,

I will only touch lightly on the
history of the West Indies in order
to furnish a background which
may be helpful in understanding
the present, It is tempting to dwell
on the pageantry of the West In-
dian past—to speak of the dis-
coveries and exploits there of
Columbus, of Sir John Hawkins,
of Raleigh, of Sir Henry Morgan,
of Admiral Benbow, of Rodney
and of Nelson—but the tempta-
tion must be resisted, I am con-
cerned rather with the historical
processes by which the present
population got to the West Indies
and how the pregent structure of

West Indian society came into
being.
In the first place, they are,

practically speaking, no natives of
the West Indies in the sense in
which Africans are natives of
Africa or the Chinese of China.
The islands were originally in-
habited by Indians who came
from South America (where they
survive in reduced num.ders in
Guiana). The Arawaks were

——_—— IT



_—

Time and again in the history
of the Unitgd States, prophets
and historians alike have spoken
of a “year of decision”.

But in modern decades at least,
no more awesome and fateful
ones have ever been taken than
those climaxed with the é-
nouncement by President Tru-
man that the United States’
ground forces are under orders
to fight in Korea,

At the same time, he virtually
eliminated the now famous 38th
parallel dividing Soviet-con-

wolled North Korea from the
southern republic, and unless all
military experts and diplomatic

authorities are completely wrong,
the Communist invasion should
soon become nothing more than
a matter of record,

Up to now, President Tru-
man’s decision to use the atomic
bomb against Japan has_ been
regarded as the weightiest choice
that any American president has
made since Abraham Lincoln,

But in retrospect, this
quite a different aspect Total
war, in its current meaning,
Leaves. no space for reservations
Every legal tenet of so-called
‘merciful warfare” as laid down
ia the treaties signed years ago
was violated almost from the be-
sinning by Germany, Italy and
Japan

The infamy of the Pearl Har-
bour attack ‘itself justified any
reprisals and despite all argu-
ments to the contrary there is
no question that use of the
atomic bomb saved thousands of

has



(in a lecture to the Empire
Summer School, Cambridge)

found principally in the larger
islands and the Caribs were in
the process of conquering them
when the Spaniards came upon
the scene. A handful of their
descendants (largely of mixed
blood) survive in Dominica and
in Trinidad but the great bulk of
the population descends from peo-
ple who have gone into the
Caribbean, either voluntarily or
otherwise, during the last two or
three hundred years. Everywhere
the population is derived princi-
pally from two main groups—the
Colonists and the slaves. It is im-
possible to understand the struc-
ture of West Indian society un-
less it is remembered that it was,
in the main, the creation of the
English Colonist, in exactly the
same way as was the case in
Virginia or the other mainland
colonies.

The descendants of the Royal-
ists and Roundheads who settled
in the West Indies in times of
political stress - a ¢ the
nearest approa:.. . asuigines
that most of the old Colonies like
St. Kitts, Barbados and Jamaica
can now claim.

The origina! Colonists had small
holdings worked by themselves,
their families and white servants,
on which grew such crops as in-
digo and tobacco, About the year
1640, however, a great change
began to take place. Dutch mer-
chants who found the sugar in-
dustry a source of great profit in
Guiana, persuaded the English
Colonists in Barbados and else-
where to grow sugar and sell it
to them, Thus was established
the sugar industry which became
the basis of the West Indian eco-
nomy. This date provides a
watershed not only in economic
but, above all, racial history, The
sugar industry demanded a large
supply of labour inured to hard
work in the tropics. This was the
cause of the introduction of West
African labour into the West In-
dies. The basis of slavery is
economic and not racial, but its
effect in the West Indies was to
alter the whole balance of race
so that the white colonists are
now a minority and the vast ma-
jority of the population is either
of pure or of mixed African
descent.

The present social organisaticn
of the people of the West Indies
dates from the period immediate-
ly following upon emancipation.
With the collapse of the sugat
industry, estates came into the
market at very low prices in Ja-
maica and some other islands,
and the people were able to buy
land, with the help of the mis-
sionaries, very cheaply indeed,
They settled themselves in new
communities and organized an
internal marketing system which

plays an important part in the tury eins aa hein in ¢ Sung, a Korean communist, Soviet trained,
nomic li is s. very depressed state. ‘ar re- 5
Barbados = ne ee, tained the main crop of the West] and not connected with the well-known un-

the estates managed to survive,
there has been less land settle-
ment and the social, economic and
racial structure is more rigid.

The West indian peasantry is
mostly of African stock but in the
century or so since emancipation
many new elements have been
added to the population, A little
over a century ago indentured
labourers from India began to be
brought into the West Indies. To-
day they are the largest single
element in the population of
British Guiana and _ constitute
about one third of the population
of Trinidad. Other additions are
the Chinese, who control a great
deal of the retail trade, and the
Syrians who are a small but wide-
ly scattered and wealthy com-
munity.

Despite the coming of these
races, British West Indian life
remains essentially a blend of
British and West African ele-
ments. There has been a great
deal of racial admixture, but the
blend is found in almost every
aspect of life in the West Indies
Jamaican music is a good exam-
ple of this blend in the cultural
life of the country, for it combines
English airs, often dating from
the 18th century, with an African
yhythm: the result, which is
surprisingly harmonious, is es-
sentially Jamaican,

Perhaps the most important
African heritage of the West
Indian of African origin is his
attitude towards life. One char-
acteristic of this attitude is 4
certain good-natured tolerance
which, coupled with the tradition-
al British sense of fair play, have
combined to reduce racial feeling
to the minimum. The West Indies





KOREAN DECISION

By J.C. Oestreicher

American lives.

Blueprints for the planned
“battle of Tokyo” which was made
unnecessary by the explosions
at Hiroshima and Nagasaki are
among the most formidable in
the annals of war.

Three separate landings we:
planned — two of them more or
less feints and the third a_ real
invasion deploying many divisions
whose men knew and_ accepted
the fact that their ranks would
be decimated.

The necessary secrecy sur
rounding the high-level discus -
sions in Washington .and the
actual military operations ,on
Korea make impossible presenta—
tions of a full picture at the
present time.

But there is no doubt that the
use of ground forces was given
gravest consideration and decided
upon only when it became clear
that the south Korean troops were
no match for tthe armoured
strength from the north,

It can be argued that it makes
no difference whether an enemy
is bombed by an airplane, shelled
by a warship or made the target
of bazookas and artillery.

Yet the dispatch of infantry
and artillery means that with
greatest reluctance, against its
real will and only unter the

press of real necessity, the United
States has committed itself to the
Asiatic mainland.

The mere thought of a knot of
American soldiers on that vast,



* y Y —C
By EDWIN W. PAULEY

lave much to learn, but I sincerely |

believe that they car at least give!

the world an example of ragjal

toleration.

The importance of this area is,
as I have suggested, no longer
primarily economic, but the eco-
nomic aspect of West Indian
affairs is fundamental to the
proper understending of them and
must therefore engage a certgin
amount of our attention.

In the first place then I would

(Pauley, A Los Angeles Oil Man, Served
With Ambassadorial Rank When He |
Made His War Reparations Inspection

f East Asia, In 1946)

LOS ANGELES.
Soviet Russia’s agreement for a trusteeship |
for Korea at Yalta, in February, 1945, and its |
















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and this fact should be borne in a rock.

mind in studying their problems. There was a noticeable difference in the
In the palmy days of West Indian

prosperity in the eighteenth and brusqueness of the Soviet forces in their
early nineteenth centuries, wae treatment of the Koreans, compared with
economic basis of West Indian life . : ‘ ©
was an extremely simple one. the Americans in the territory south of the
Sugar was produced on ae es—-! 38th Parallel.

tates by slave labour and sold in
England in a protected market. So Southern Korea was dependent almost en
profitable was the production of] tirely on North Korea for hydro-electric pow-

sugar at that time that the indus— f ti ye

fry even survived the strain ‘of | & and other material; the North upon the |
absentee proprietorship which|the South for various types of consumer
came to be the custom, When,

however, emancipation and the goods.

introduction of free trade knocked In the North, all individual land holdings
away the two props. of an artificial

Jabour supply and an_ artificial above 12 acres were reallocated without
market, the sugar industry] transfer of title to the agricultural workers,
collapsed.

Unfortunately for them, the} the land of the Japanese and the collabora-

Wrest Indies had put all their eggs
in one basket, and it proved to
have a very large hole in it. The
West Indian economy had, in fact,
been geared for the production
of sugar for Britain in accordance
with the mercantilist policy of the

tionists having been confiscated.

committees and eliminated any elements un-
favourable to a thorough going communist
e, eople’s committees
Mother Country. When, therefore, Perens » and these ere ae
Great. Britain abandoned that} were in turn responsible to the provincial
policy for free trade, the West] committees, which were finally subordinate

Indies were left high and dry. : + ‘
Throughout the nineteenth cen-[ to a national committee headed by Kim Il

Indian Colonies and for some the
cnly one, although at times it was
actually being produced at a loss.

In colonies like Jamaica where
there was a better balance between
large estates and small holdings,
the people were at least able -to
grow most of their own foodstuffs.
Towards the end of the century,
too, they were able to turn to the
growing of bananas as a cash crop.

The twentieth century was little
better. Although the position of
Vest Indian sugar planters im-
proved to some extent after 1902
when the Brussels Convention
brought to an end the special help

derground leader of the same name.

Our observations in Northern Korea would
indicate that the entire governmental and
economic machinery was thoroughly con-
trolled by the Soviet command.

Throughout the cities and in every factory
visited, the walls. were virtually covered with
propaganda posters praising Kim II Sung,
Stalin and the liberating Red Army, and de-
nouncing Kim Koo and Dr. Syngman Rhee,
given by European countries to now head of the South Korea government.
the exporters of beet sugar, the} The most prominent poster displayed show-
price had dropped before the first} eq ag skull with two snakes coming out of

world war to an extremely low ae h
level, That war did bring about| the eye sockets, signifying Rhee and Kim
a sharp rise in the price of sugar] Koo

to about five times its pre-war r
level. But the collapse was even
more serious after the war and
the price dropped to 5s. 3d. per
cwt, in the nineteen-thirties, In
spite of preferential treatment in
the English and Canadian mar-

Directly under Stalin’s picture, in most in-
stances, was a picture of Kim II Sung, Cho
Men Sik, who was the Leader of the Demo-
alas aber: eae auaiel baWid Dro cratic party in North Korea, was under house

duced = a loss, a arrest because he refused to collaborate with
n e meantime, while the ;

prosperity (or rather the poverty’ the Soviets.
of the West Indian Colonies

f He is the man who was originally picked
fluctuated so violently, the popu-

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by the Soviets to be the leading political fig-
ure, operating under the name of the Demo-
cratic party, but actually the communist
party.

lation of the area rose steadily
and rapidly, This state of affairs
was aggravated by the return of
thousands of men who had worked
on the Panama Canal and in other
neighbouring countries for some
years. Not only did this increase
the number of unemployed in the
islands: it also meant the loss -of
the wages which they had sent
home and which in the aggregate
had been a very substantial ad-
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Colonies
‘2 be continued)

He and his party also made the mistake, as
far as the Soviets were concerned, of oppos-
ing trusteeship of Korea.

This is the same general idea that split the
the! Soviet - United States - Korean Commission
which was working out joint problems con-
cerning Korea during their meetings in now
wartorn Seoul.







frue Man

The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I beg through this medium to express
what all West Indians must or should feel at this
moment — a deep and tru2 regard for the
U.S.A. and her President. Our United Nations

To their north is the power-| ar@ not asleep, and will rise to answer the call
house of Manchuria, vastest| 28ainst ruthless aggressors, who through greed
reservoir of Russian force -in| 89d heartless living inflate the heads of ignorant
Eastern Asia. people who resort to the lowest methods of try-

To their west is ‘Communist-—| 19g to get what they want.
occupied China and to the east is] _ President Truman is really a “true man.” May
Japan, thinly occupied by other} America and England go hand in hand to make

inhospitable expanse is a forbid-
ding one,

They carry the flag’ into an
area where in the event of full-
scale war, they would be open
to assault by monumental Soviet
strength.

United States’ troops and in no this a New World in which to live and a safe
position to furnish anything in| haven from oppression.
the way of military assistance if| VICTORY

needed,

In briefest terms, the United < i
States’ government thus decided That Dirty Street
upon a “caleulated risk”

that| To the Editor, The Advocate—

apparently could not be avoided.| SIR.—If Suttle Street continues to show that|



: ee Russia pres determined | untidy and congested appearance, some day a
© eject western influence from) disease will hit Barbados i ‘ "a
the Chinese mainland and the a ae oer wan

take years to remedy.

According to a paragraph in your columns when
there is a heavy downpour of rain the street is
covered with slush and on a dry day rotten fruits
litter the gutters.

It is not only the gutters that give this unsight-
ly appearance, but in my opinion it is the bad
looking houses around that area that are partly
the cause.

_Something should be done at once about the
situation, because as the old saying is “prevention
is better than cure.”

I am hoping to see something done in the not
too distant future, both with this area, and all
other areas which give this unsightly appearance
as they are many others which need straightening |
up.

western allies are equally deter-
mined to stay there.

The latter reasoning is based
upon utter conviction that the
new role of world Communism
is open military aggression in
place of subversion; shooting
instead of torture, bribery and
the other instruments of this
political philosophy.

It is still too early to tell
whether Mr, Truman's newest
decision will mean a more active
Soviet role in the conflict, a stif-
fening of North Korean resistance
or a swift solution in a_ highly
dangerous situation,

L. B. CLARKE.

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92 Came From
Venezuela

Last Month

ORE VISITORS FROM Vene-
zuela arrived in Barbados
during last month than in May. In
May only 89 arrivals were record-
ed trom Venezuela while the figure
last month is 92.

The number of planes landing at
Seawell decreased last month. In
May 101 flights were made while
there were only 97 this month.

The amount of passengers arriv-
ing last month was 893 as against
911 in May and the departures
were 798 as against 1,032 in May,

PEED Y MOTORISTS are

caught by Police Speed Traps
not only in the City but also in
the country districts. A Speed
Trap was set by Cpl. Cyrus, along
with P.C. 456 Small in a St.
George district during the month
of May and as a result three
motorists appeared before the Dis-
trict ‘B’ Police Magistrate, Mr.
C. W. Rudder on Wednesday and
were heavily fined.

Cpl. Cyrus preferred the charges



while Sgt. Inniss of the District
‘B’ Station prosecuted for the
Police,

Archie Drayton of Windsor
Tenantry, St. George, who was
charged with driving motor car
J 19 along Brighton Road, St.

George on May 4 at 41 miles per
hour when he should have been
doing 30 miles an hour, was fined
£4 and 1/- costs in four monthly
instalments and his licence was
endorsed.

Urvin Clarke of Hopewell, St.
Thomas, driver of motor lorry
T 87, who was charged with driv-
ing the same lorry along Bulkeley
Road on May 4 at over 29 miles
an hour instead of 20 miles per
hour, was also fined £4 and 1/-
costs in four monthly instalments.
His licence was also endorsed.

A fine of £ ind 1/=- costs in
three monthly instalments was
imposed on Emmerson Crichlow
of Bulkeley Tenantry, St. George,
the driver of motor lorry G 13.

He was charged with driving
along Bulkeley Road on May 4 at
26 miles an hour instead of 20
mikes, His licence was endorsed.

In all instances Mr. Rudder
warned the drivers to stop speed-
ing. He said that speeding is dan-
gerous and a serious offence.

ATTS VILLAGE, St. George,

was the scene of unrest
throughout yesterday. Residents of
the district could be heard talking
about the recent death of Meta
Clement and making their own
comments,

Police were constantly guarding
the house involved and everyone
had an inquisitive look on their
faces.

HE LOSS OF A_ LADY’S
WRIST WATCH valued $35
was reported by Delcina McKenzie
of Westmoreland, St. James.
McKenzie told the Police that the
watch was removed from her
house between 11.30 a.m, and 12.30
p.m. on Monday.
PL. CRAIGWELL of the Cen-
tral Police Station reported
that the store of Messrs. Thani
Brothers at No. 6 Swan Street was
broken and entered at about 10.45
p.m, on Tuesday and a quantity of
goods removed,

The Police are investigating a
report which came from Prince
Adams of Drax Hall Woods, St
George, who said that $87 in cash
was removed from his jacket
pocket while the jacket was hung
up at his home on Wednesday.
A® ACCIDENT OCCURRED at

the corner of Roebuck and
Crumpton Streets at about 3.30
p.m, on Wednesday between motor
lorry M 1152, owned and driven
by Edgar Maloney of Fairfield
Cross Road, St. Michael, and a
bicycle owned by Courtnay Smith
of Cottage, St. George and ridden
by 17-year-old Montrose Blenman
of Newbury.

Leroy Smith, who was on the
bar of the cycle, was injured on
his right foot. The cycle was ex-
tensively damaged

SHOW, WHICH will be given

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1

g it into the veins of < iCK oO!

® Frequently this is the only
method of saving the life of a
patient. Any one of us, or our
children or relatives, may with-

out warning find ourselves in
the position of requiring a blood
transfusion if we are to recover
from an illness or an injury,

Many patients who need trans-
are able to get relative:
or friends to come and have thei:
blood tested and if their blooc
matches the patient's blood a
transiusion can be -given, but
often the urgency of the
case is too great for the time to
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of relatives or friends, or some-
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tives available, or the blood
groups are dissimilar

iusions

too

In all progressive countries ia
the world the medical authorities
have instituted a system of blood
banks and a register of blood
donors, that is, a list of people,
who, if an emergency arose in
their own family, or other fami-

lies, would be prepared to
give a small quantity of their
blood for the benefit of their
fellow beings who so urgently
require their help.
Blood Group
To be registered as a_ blood

donor you would atténd the hos-

pital for a specimen of your
blood to be taken and_ tested
and you would be told your
blood group, which incidentally,
might be helpful to you person-
ally if ever you had the mis-
fortune to need a blood trans-

fusion



MRS. A. W. SAVAGE

test is satisfactory, your name and
group would be registered at the
hospital, and if the need arose
and it was convenient for you
to attend, you would be asked to
come to the hospital (transport
being provided if necessary) for
the required quantity of blood to
be taken. May I assure you that
taking the blood is quite painless
and the quantity taken relatively
small, the maximum being less
than ag pint, which all healthy
people can spare, not only with-
out any trouble or ill effects but
sometimes with benefit to the
health of the donor.

A register of blood donors is
maintained at the General Hos-
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ly required, and I have been ask-
eq to appeal to the people of
Barbados to come forward with-
out delay and volunteer for this
most essential service to others,
My husband and 1 have already
offered ourselves as blood donors
I am now asking each one of
you listening to me at this mo-
ment to join in this crusade
Blood donors are paid $5 for
each transfusion but what is
more important and satisfying is
the fact that you may have been
the means of saving the life of one
of our family or that of a fellow
Barbadian,

From the 200,000 people in Bar-
bados I appeal for 200 volunteers,
If you are healthy and willing to
help, please send your full name
and postal address to me _ by
letter addressed to

Mrs. Savage,
Government House,

Bridgetown.
and I will arrange for the Hos-
pital to call you up for a blood
test. Again, I do appeal to you
to come forward and join in this
essential service for your fellow
beings. Please give me your
support in this matter

This appeal was made by Mrs. Savage

wife of His Excellency the Governor
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GROUP OF CIVIL SERVANTS who attended the week-end course of lectures at Codrington Col

lege given by Mr. Erie

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Receiver Of Stolen Goods
Gets Three-Year Sentence

At Yesterday’s Assizes

NORMAN HUSBANDS was sentenced to three years’ penal °!
servitude, for receiving stolen goods, Winnifred Parris was
for inflicting grievous bodily harm, Louis:
Mullin was put on probation for 18 months for utterin,
a forged document and William Bayne was acquitted of a
charge of burglary at yesterday's sitting of the Court of

bound over

Grand Sessions.
His Honour the Chief
Sir Allan Collymore,

Justice,
presided

in an emergency. If the wnd the Prosecution was conduc- were Lisle Williams of Conch old

ted by Mr
Solicitor

Ww. W

General

Reece K.C



The Court will sit again at 10
a.m. today,

“There you stand, a dis-

graced young woman,” the

Chiet Justice told Mullin who
pleaded guilty last Tuesday of
uttering a forged document
and who was to have been
married last Sunday “Your
action was a very fwolish one”
the Chief Justice said, “ be-
cause the alteration was such
that it would not have deceiv
ed anyone with any sense”.

She was then put on probation
for 18 months.

Winnifred Parris next occupied
the dock on a two-—count indict-
ment, charging her with (1) in
flicting grievous bodily harm on
Lilian Maughn with intent to
maim, disfigure or do her some
other grievous bodily harm and
(2) with unlawfully and malici
ously inflicting grievous bodily

harm
Lash With Hoe
The story for the Prosecution
was that on April 18 this year
Lilian Maughn, Agricultural La
bourer of St. John was carrying
breakfast for her husband who
worked at Kendal, On reaching
Ashford Road she saw Payris
whom she had known from No-
vember last year coming up
with a hoe. Parris gave her a
lash across the head with the hoe
stick, and then followed >» with
another lash across the right
hand
The basket dropped out of
Maughn’s hand and she held
Parris with her right hand.
Both of them struggled for the
hoe while Maughn shouted
murder Genetha Barker came
up and claimed the hoe, and
Parris butted Maughn three
times on the mouth, knocking
out two teeth.



tw

Parris ran through the
while Maughn went to Dr
ter and thence to the Gener
Hospital. There she was seen by

canes,



Dr. Copland who told the Court
that Maughn had been suffering
from a laceration and dislocation

of the right finger
bad swelling of the upp lip
end two teeth were missing
Maughn continued to attend the
Hospital for treatment for sc@ie
days during which time the ats-
location was reduced until it wa
completely reduced

Blow Or Butt
She would not say that the
dislocation was a very bad one,
Dr. Copland said It was pos-

There was 2







sible that it could have béen
caused by a blow with a stick,
and the teeth could have been

knocked out by a
fist or by a butt.
In reply to the prisoner Dr.
Copland said that thé dislocation
could have been caused by the
accusdd falling on her ‘own
weight,
Maughn and

blow with a

Parris were onge
friends, but there had been ‘dis-
cord recently between them, dc-
cording to the evidence.



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Gladstone Britton of Thornbury Hill,



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home along with the accused and
onother young man. On that oc
sion she had asked accused what
he had done with the keys which
had alsc missed He sai
ia thrown them away. She
~d him about the clock and he
said that the other man whom he
called “Pasero” had had that, He
aid that he had soiq the knife to
woman whose name he did not
emember





Met In Prison She knew Husbands who for a
. hort time lived near her, Sober
Other witnesses for the Crow the C t
ie our

Alley, City and Beatrice Burrowe N.H.’s Box
bottle seller of Chapman Lan« Sgt. Clarke said in evidence that
City, who said she had been o on February 17 P.¢ Murphy and
in St. John buying bottles whe P.C. Devonish brought to Brit
the fight occurred This witne ton’s Hill Sub-Station both Hus-
admitted in reply to the prisone band and one “Pasero” who
that they had met in Glendairy, had een arrested in connection
Lut denied they were bad friene ith the housebreaking. Gordon
as a result of a row in prison Alleyne of Suttle Street ‘had
over a comb, inded In i box bearing the
For the defence, Phillip Barker Mitials NM The box containes
swore that Crown witnes Wil a grey flannel pants and a chain
liams alias “Saddle” had been a ri wanG ' claimed the pants ae
bis home all day on April 18 and |) Sahn ie did not account for
could not have seen any fight tna ” Senate eid wt thecatation
occurred at Ashford, Barker was jyat he could take them to Searle
the person who had signed the Pactory and show them the mar
Lond for Parris at the Lower Court tj whom Pasero had sold the
proceedings fountain pen They went to
Searles and saw Beresford Clarke

Three otner defence witnesse



a : nd Clarke pointed out Husband
Mabel Crichlow, Millicent Whit the person who had sold hin
and Ursula Newton told the Court the pen Pasero” escaped fron
aan knew “nothing about the custody and had not been recap
usiness ” tured yet
“If I fight with Maughn , : '
fight with the King in England” He oe gerd » ra
Parris said in her own defence iouse of Irma Wooding, mauby
“and I don’t know the King.’ eller of Goodings Alley, City
mas es ow 5 B and Wooding handed over

She denied having inflicted any

handled knife
harm on Maughn PADRAS GL eae

white which shi









iid Husbands had sold her for
The Jury found Parris guilty a shilling. Husbands was taken
con the second count, and the Chie to Britton’s Hill Station and
Justice’ said that since he had charged with breaking and en-
summed up, certain things had tering and stealing. He made a
transpired He told Parris that voluntary statement.
the Jury bad found her guilty, but In this statement Husbands al-
he was not going to send her to ledged that it was “Pasero” whc
prison He would bound her ove had broken the house and showec
in the sum of £25 with a iret him the things he had stolen
in a similar amount to keep tt Beresford Clarke said that Hu
peace for 18 months bands had offered him the per
nd he had decided to purchas¢
Evidence Weak it for 10 He had only five shil
WILLIAM BAYNE pleaded not dit on him and he had paid
guilty of breaking and et ng ‘hat on account
tne house of James Sm t Wooding in her evidence saic
at ed ; Z », that Husbands had offered her 41
ae tema setae sda vahty oa : ., knife while she was passing Ba
» 198 with intent to commit a Street February is, She had
felony. After James Small, his ponght it for a hillirgs

wife, and two daughters had

evidence, the Solicitor-General Pants From The Tailor |













told the Court that the case 3 Gord Alleyne told the Cour
very weak in the manner of identi. that on February 15 he was at
fication and he would not proceed shop in Tudor Street. Husband
any further with it who lived at his room in Sutth

“1 agree’, the Chief Justice said, Street came to him and asked hin
and went on to direct the Jury to for the keys to put up a parcel
return a verdict of not guilty. Thig He had the parcel with him and
they did, and the accused was dis= ‘old him it was a pants that h¢
charged. t gS k Raa from ae ee,

* - a 00 tne yarce rom u

_ While Evangeline Robes oe band witness ania. and kept
Brittons Hill was at meeting a © until he went home. He put it ir
Christian Mission Hall in Ba Husband box. until. Husband
Road, some person or person ere came On February 17 he wa
busy removing $ 4 in article interviewed by P.C.s Murphy an
from her home Norman Pevonish and he handed them the
Husbands of Suttle Street was pant The box and pants ir
charged yesterday with breaking Court were the same
the house and stealing *he Shines Husbands called ldalia Bur
and alternately ee ree ve gess as a witness for the de
them, knowing them to have been fence, She said all she knew
stolen. was that on the night of the

Found House Broken Suahente tanking elie’ ha

Sobers returned from Meeting they "called “Mine” Pusbatd
about 10 p.m. and on entering by called her and she noticed tha
the front door she saw that the Mice” was wearing a watch
back door had been broken, Thing Husbands told ice” that if h
vere scattered on the floor of the did not stop stealing he wouk
shedroof and in the bedroom as get locked up
well. She missed there and then Addressing the Jury Husbanc
two fountain pens, an alarm clock, denied having entered the house
2 silver chain, knives and forks, 4nd repeated that it was Paser
a pair of ‘scissors and a grey Who had done so.
flannel pants. She went over to The Jury found him guilty of
where her father lived nearby and "ec®!vin ind the Criminal Re
told him, and then ft. Clarke CO%d showed that he had four pre
passed that way and she reported eee Se 3 setLons for larceny The
to him. He came in and inspected | as on September 26, 1940

and the last was e or
Ha Aciion: ats ie vas on Décember 14

She made a vheck next morning fie y

as sentenced to three years’












and found that other things were penal sery itude.
missing. These were: a hammer,
bolt, a white shirt, three 5 i r .
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r } NEW YORK, July 6. Chinese Republic’s offer of 33,000
‘ois i ae | Be A ted | YORK, se Rey |
MRS. LILIAN DRAKES and Family bes | = — Yacht Sioa ae eee e cce e The island's suppiy of linseed oil All naval and air crews operat- Chinese Nationalist troops to de-
to set thanks to ai) those Rind | HOUSES don, Sch, Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Philip meal was increased yesterday by}ing under General Douglas Mac- fend South Korea. The United
Stier ae tee, Sere Sree | H. Davidson, Sch. Manuats, Sch @ From Page 1 27,777 bags when the S.S. Sein|Arthur had been warned against States had said it would be a good
sympathy with them in their recent | “GLENRISE” Erdist a Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Burma D could be revised upwards if cir-|Sailed into Carlisle Bay from violating Russian and Chinese ter- th : : ee ae e
bereavement due to the untimely death | | G3 ag ston Hill, St. Mich-|M.V. Daerwood. Sch. Sunshine R iatata asain fenitted. winlie® west: i arlis ay nosis ae a Rent nie: | 1ing to discuss whether it was
of their beloved one YORMAN C_/ Sel Is to be let furnished for any period | Sch. Laudalpha, Sch. Henry D. Wallace, stances pe ea, Valparaiso. ritorial waters, he New York wise to weaken the defences of
DRAKES. Also to those woo sent| UP to a maximum of 2 years. No Sfl- | Sch. Harriet Whittaker, Sch. Lindgyd dertaking that there would be no | The Sein will complete its un-|Times diplomatic correspondent, pormosa Restor commented
Speen: Ores: Sng Meneses oe ele Full partion II., Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. Turtle uestion of revising them down= |) .qi at this ‘t sometime |James Reston said to-day : oe sed
those who attended the fune me OP anaes | Dove, M.V. Blue Star. Sch. W. I ards during the period up to the tod ng Se it itl eit oT rir aah , “there were other reasons behind
RRO & SEALY. | Eunicia, Sct J : ay when it will sail for Trinidac » 7 ’% answer however
| 5.7.50.—3n. s cates BO aes em, — San. end of 1957. bi F ‘imtand it wilit 1M a despatch from Washington W ashington’s» answer however
eS | ‘ompton, Sch, Zoileen, Sch , a . to bunker. From Trinidad it will This Government is trying .to lo-
= ae rrr cree eater Marea Henrietta .They now agree that they will gail for. Hamburg he said this order had been ap- iis G . nment is tryin
m3 IN MEMORIAM Beer. From Sepiember iss Bek | 8.8. T Sars Ase Make a special examination of the : | plied particularly to Area Vladi- calise the Korean war, fot _at-
rooms, Frig., and Electric Stove’ Fully | Capt a ee tons net, tion during 1953, the first year This visit to Barbados was the! Vostok, the Soviet base just north tempting to extend it. In the opin-
In loving memory of my dear father, | Furnished. Excellent Sea bathing. Apply | §.S. P. &T! Seafare sone which all the provisior,; of the * Sinte . vesse] js of the northern boundary of North ion of responsible officials—-the
7th | to Brace Weath r, 4, 769 tons net, r first of the Sein’s. The vessel is “ aa ;
Eyre A. Hackett, who died on the 7th | {40 atherhead Pnose 3144 or | Capt. Pettersen, from Brazil. ‘oposed agreement will operate. cme of the freighters operating Sorea which was now apparently entrance of Chinese nationalists
ie po has passed since that fc EN TA MBM Ape rs anceee Frances W. Smith, 74 tons 'M CUTTING THIS he examination will be made in d the C & = G rrale being reinforced by new Soviet into Korean operations might
Oe ‘ ‘ a CAR—Private Ford Protect reine | se gant, Hassell. rom British Guiana. | Bigs ‘ the light of all the circumstances |W™4er the Compagnie Generale itary units. “Also in keeping very well provoke Chinesé Com-
and Sue k my Ded away:| August to November. Me evailable| SS. Sein, 4375 tons net, Capt.| |OIT OUT FOR THE NEXT Ther btaini including. the }|Transatlantique Line, whose local ; ary units. “Also in keeping } i e Chi
Det ae Se a eS | tern, FR . Ost reasonable | Rubochon, from Panama ‘ THAT YOU HIT YOUR THUMB AND 1 Obfaining, Inciuding e ceeatiattirie >’ Messrs. R.|With U.S. policy of waging lim- munists to enter the war as well
The blow was sudden, the shock naa ee gen a DEPARTURES | 'T levels of export performance |TePresentatves are os ited police action on behalf of the —and this is precisely what offi-
: =. cee at et " ee a bens ie -7.50,—6n. | _Schooner Eastern Eel, 35 tons net, | HELP WITH THE WASHING-UP achieved by all parties to the M. Jones & Co, Ltd ‘ {United Nations this Government ¢jal Washington is trying to avoid
Dut Jeaus knows just whet was best! LARGM YARp and MOOD: apeisdat| David, for Trinidad Agreement, and consumption| Another ship of this line, the’ Vin not agree to use troops of Na- pee Racaapssvi, estes cnet “ ;
And took dear Daddy home to rest.| door at STOUTE’S DRUG STORE, * S trends. The review will embrace |S.S. Gascogne, is expected to tionalist China in Noreen opera- _ The upply problem before the
Ro to, be remembered by. pia orca Roebuck Street pre Country In Touch With Barbados u Sl ers all the quantities of sugar covered | return here from Trinidad on Gime aii Becnmniuntet Chine oe United Nations is already formi-
aughter May 7.7.50—1n oa 7.50.—1 . ‘ “ “ i ¢ | 7? ne Ee 7 i é », Facts in this situat an-
. / 5 rere st ae ai: Ee s Coastal Station ‘i - by the proposed agreement. July 10 before sailing for England. | ters the conflict on the side of the dable Facts in. this situ ey er
W A T. If consumption levels in the Korean Communists” Reston 2°¢ be disclosed but they wre not
FOR SALE | wewr ; CABLE and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd in se r. e | U.K. prove higher than has been added. such as to make officials heré want
PUBLIC NOTIORS Seo) 28.o5re amen will after’ to increase the quant-| Fourth Attempt to smeourage either Chinese or
} Barbados Coast Station. m (Barbados Advocate Covcespondent) will offer to increase the quanti- ourt emp Reston recalled the United Soviet Communists ty intervene
AUTOMOTIVE | “SAINT VINGEIG? WEEE ara | BB. Motes Beet Bie areas ek PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 6. {ties to be purchased under guar- * States Government’s reply to the —Reuter.
CAR—One M 8) Car in good | SERVICE Now nukes Me anise Mette had. Gicee Meee]. The. third day: of the Bac, patty Rie gegen To Raise :
ne Morris ( ar in good con-| © es possible i 14 anella; 5, Gler se; s.s ; oat i a >
oe ee ee a ee Saas poten n aan Bolero! s.s Fort Deak. s a ae - tire tie cee tne an Aa, OO eaten: “ * ‘
oore, cor. Passage axters Roads ader one management rescogne; S.S. Sundial; §,8. Archi-] ““?- st rac or ) a s “eé
5.7.50—6n RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL mede; S'S. Canadian Challenger; S.S biggest outsider in Trinidad’s|proves to exceed the present ‘Potick Fi ails
shokenchinee seca aE — — 7 en ue Master; S.S y; . : . stime
ee ane i ae Gena Vincent ee ae Me ae’. history to none other than the | estimate. : aah fe : DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Mechanical Condition, Licensed Owner SUNNY CARIBBEE Hills: SS. Kettle Gresk: Ss murt®| famous Brown Boy who figured For example, if consumption} WORKMEN failed yesterday in
leaving Island Apply John, Wise, on-the-sea Bequia Island 4.8. Pionber Gem: C'S. Vetuarl Greig: in the $5,000 “orecast pay out at proved to be aye per cent or their fourth attempt at ee St. Martin's Boys’ School St. Philip.
Thursisdon, Maxwell Coast, Phone 8461. | offers all that can be desired. Beauti-| 5:5. Alcoa Clipper; S.S. P & T Sea-| Union Park last Easter. the estimate, the offer wou eJthe Yawl “Potick’ from the
4.7.50.—5n tal scenery, sea-bathing, fishing. excel | 70: AS, To Ss Helena; Brown Boy opened the Pro-| to increase the guaranteed quer Careenage bed. a Applications are invited for the Headship of St. Martin's Boys’
CAR—Vauxhall. Velox 18 h.p. Per-| $7 B.W.I. per day. For Rather Seale Alcoa Polaris; S.S. Wilford; §.S. Sein; gramme by out-footing the E. ate Oe + five Oh Ww « ter Schooners Emeline and Lau- School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experience.
fect Condition two tone paint work| and reservations. ‘ISS. Temple Arch; $8 Chrysantis;| Class horses in the six furlong| Al! negotiations in the Winter) dalpha” were doing the job. Th€/m,, minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A
trunk specially fitted for the better ERROL G. ROOKS, S.S. Esso Geneva; S.S. Vinni; 5.8 event just as three and a half} were based on the assumption /“Emeline” worked from the cross r
carrying of more luggage. Ring R. S. Box 47, £an Adolfo; S.S. Estero; S.S. Norse! years ago he ran away from Front] that the unrestricted require-| berth of the inner basin while the} of the Department or exemption therefrom
ONE ave Ser see ee Saint Vincent. Mountain: MV. _ Willemstad; S.S.| Bell and all i 4 nts of the U.K arket would | * Sal vill be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head
28.6.50—t.f.n. | 13.6.50—26n. Neaera; S.S. Charmouth Hill: § S ell and all in the two-year—old| ments of the U. market would ]“Laudalpha” gave assistance from aiary W nh accordance x see é



ee phic _____s| Loide Venezuela; $.S. Lord Gladstone | Breeders’ Stakes of 1946 and
Singer Sports ROADSTER in excel- what was even more startling was
lent condition mileage just over 4

NoEaetR Go ite oe oe NOTICE SEAWELI the fact that he accomplished his
a " fon in writing are invited by Bb Cle ee took the
COURTESY GARAGE for the purchase ARRIVALS — >. ass x ‘in! o win her
LIVESTOCK fone 1939 BEDFORD Chassis with | From TRINIDAD: Bee ee six today and this was only better-

CHEVROLET Engine recently dam- William Pearce; Evelyn Muir; Elea-|@d by one fifth by Orly when he

MARE~—half-bred mare by O.T.C. 15] aged in an accident. This vehicl : i
nehity Ee FAcen Gs RULES Sek ERA, DECOEG. oh io, Pracnidee ae Coneae nor Barbour; Charles Wilmot; Desmond| Won the Class C. six furlongs

Clarke; a r m
tion work or Polo. Dial 95264. F. H. | Garage, White Park Road. Offers re- | Ernest Pang acre, Grace Clarke: | under much pressure.
‘armer, Andrews Plant., St. Thomas. | ceived up to 12 (noon) on Saturday, 8th | Barrow. : Brown Boy’s win brought lucky
4.7.50.—4n, | July, 1950 and purchaser will be| Mrs, R. Ahloy; Miss R. Ahloy; R.| Numbers who bought them $69.19.

en | TEquIred to remove this 1 i 3e ¢ 2 an ne e hac
Hiauired to Temove | this vehicle by | atorques; M. Marques; S. Lee Lum'| Another big upset for the day was | {© S¢ttle down, and that the re-/of both schooners while winches

ELECTRICAL 6.7.50—3n. Tair’ sateen her Paani %, Lee Lai; Ali Baba who has consistently v lew We the eat eee were used for raising the vessel.
REFRIGERATOR — Canadian Refri-| CTT CF Geeore_McCuhhock; “Najolean Grabani;| Tisappointed his supporters for quaretiteed “quantities. Soail t
‘ans ri- Vth based upon consumption in the

be 2,550,000 tons. It is not pos-}che other side of the sunken] Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School.

sible at present to say when | vessel. Candidates who have already submitted application forms in re-
Btn | aes Sige an 5 a Pp le stood | seh od i spect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accom-
5 cl 50 get Boneh 0 oF tits the Peataapent a ee Cay panied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make
U.K., will not be known with] raised, application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from
any certainty. The intention,} Divers in bath suits were sent {the Department of Education, All applications must be in the hands
however, is that after rationins|down to attach straps to the hull] of the Director of Education by Saturday, 15th July, 1950,

terminates a period of six months]of the vessel. These straps were 6.7.50—3n
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gerator for sale — Leonard 2 yrs. old Maria Grazani; Custavo Grazani e last two years over all dis- ,
7 cubie ft, in perfect condition, Cook, NOTICE oon Ss te 3 tances, But today made a sud-} S¢cond six months, RICE COMES —_———$—
tf : is hereby given that it is the intention From GRENADA: ee tae 5 ees fen spring at the half mile pole sein’ aed tae ay 2 ER NDS ee
‘of the Vestry of the parish of Saint|. Rev. Finbar Ryan; Canon Gregory: | 1" the 9 furlong race and went on rangements, the delegation are Two thousand bags of rice from ROYAL NETH LA |
FURNITURE Joseph in this Island to cause to be |®Uen Johausson; Richard Ryds to win as he liked. There was no} returning home and will recom | British Guiana was brought to TEAMSHIP co
introduced into the Legislature of this | *rom ANTIGUA: coubt that the rain) which fell] mend to their Governments tha‘ isle vesterday , the s ° a re , ”
FURNITURE—Lady leaving Island. | Island, a Bill authorising the said Vestry | _ Robert Escolm; Elizabeth Escolm: avi Ne i44 the island yesterday by the The M.V. “T. B. Radar
wishes to sell attractive modern furni-|to reise a loan not exceeding £2,000, | Agnes Cockburn; John Cockburn; John heavily just before the day's the British West Indies Suga’} schooner “Frances W, Smith”. . Sailing frem Amstercum, otterdam will accept Cargo and Pas-
ture, Buoyant armchairs interior sprung,| to be applied (a) as to the sum of | Cockburn; Colin Cockburn; : racing began contributed in a] Association be advised to accept Other cargo of this vessel for , and Antwerp. sengers for St. Lucia, St
Light stained Mahogany bedroom & | £1,000 in enclosing the piece of land | From PUERTO Rico; great measure to so many outsid-] the offer made by the U.K Hingis i 7 Sok rien “ enc eis Ue yhiiade
dining room suites, Interior Sprung | Tecertly purchased as an addition to| A. C. Hawes. ers turning up. Perhaps the only| Government, If the offer is ac- oa ee nee oe a d of M.S “FBLA iy, 1.0:230H Vincent, ee Sailing
tresses, . ‘vants’ ts ete, | burial ground at the parish Chi ; . ‘ = ~ , ‘ro is ac-{ 700 bags of charcoal, 36 osts, 8S. “HECUBA”™ Ausus 5 ’ Se ‘day, 8th July.
wir dn a TE Milaet Cook “Dunoon” Saint Joseph, (b) as - the ae % DEPARTURES genuine non-outsider was Blue] cepted the U.K. Government] six eh of firewood and a tas of Sailing from Amsterdam and Dover a oe
St. Lawrence Gap. Tel. 8493 £200 in erecting a latrine for use at |For LA GUAIRA: Streak although even this Harse} hopes then to be able to com-] filter press cloth. on A VESSEL July 2ist jailet
7.7.50—2n. | the said parish Chureh, and (c) as to| Mr. Frederick Evans; Mrs. Heze@} Was not expected to repeat his first} plete th yhole : : filter press cloth. S.S. ‘COTTICA" Aumust 18th
———| the sum of £800 in ‘completing the|Holl; Mr. Merbere Fischbach; Mrs*|qday’s success with 131 in ¢he Be OE aaah thetic Lene, meanoes. W. Smith’ ip ex- Sailing to Madeira Plymouth 3c: 2 'N
3 FURNITURE—Dining Chairs $6.00 each | enclosure to the burial pound, at Fe Carmen Iribarren; Mr. Manuel Iribar- saddle. ; . monwealth Sugar Agreements pected to begin unloading its Antwerp and Amsterdam B.W.1. SCHOC INER OWN-
5 Kitchen tables $12.00, Dressing tables | Anne’s Chapel in the said parish — the | ren; Mrs. Maria Guruceaga; Mr. Oscar | ~~ sale : : cargo today . M.S. “WILLEMSTAD” July 25th ERS’ ASSO. (Inc.)
from $20,00, Larders $15.00 each, Mahog-| S#id sum to be a charge on the rates | Guruceaga; Miss Nancy Quintero. But this Jamaican Derby win. ane ay M.S. “ORANJESTAD” August 22nd rn
any Rockers, $15.00 each, Birch Mor- | Of the said parish and to be repaid by | For ST. LUCTA. ner proved once again that he is Sailing to Trinidad, Paramaribo Tel, No, 4047.
ris Chairs $15.00 each, Round Pine| twenty (20) annual instalments of £100| Mr. Benedict Fleming; Mrs. Marie] one of that colony’s best and made oreans | Merhernbe, is ; 6th July, 1950
Tables $4.00. Numerous other Articles, | ©?ch, with interest at a rate not exceed- | Guishart; Mrs. Theodora Joseph; Mr. | - 1 finis ‘ Saaienat if ® SS. “COTTICA” July 11th
at Bargain prices in Ralph Beard’s show ‘"& 4% per annum on the principal | Terrence Hawkins; a good finish with Storm’s Gift Bs : :
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8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Phone 4683.
5.7.50.—3n

Sister M. Pritchard; - Cs a é
YEARWOOD & BOYCE, | sachin, ary chard; Mr. Cardinal] made the pace all the way,

Solicitors, ‘for the Vestry | For ST. KITTS: RESULTS :
of Saint Joseph. Mr. George Kawaja; Mrs. Yvonne] PORT OF SPAIN HANDICAP , D f ; . increase i °08
5.7.80.—9n. | Kawaja, AIN HANDICAP & CLASS e ence ines DUE to increase in the cost

i - M.S. “Hersilia’ July 27th.
a Se . sae a For ANTIGUA: down the homestretch after he had Smash l .S | NO I ICE S. P, MUSSON, SON & CO, LTD.,
Le
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(4h CARBINE Oe SOE dp ui eae of materials for making aer- C dian N. t ] St k
| SC) PAIR PROFIT (O'Neal) he Ibs. ated” drinks . ana 1 a 1ona eanis 1S

MECHANICAL
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patent) in perfect order, complete with NOTICE Ni (3) BABY BIRD (Joseph) 112 1 Ib. From Page 1 manufacturers
i new ¢-ton sling chain. Also ton block, Public otices=Contd (4) ALI BABA (Newman) 117 Ibs.} four had been wounded. Yester-|are forced to sell aerated
: Wildey, St. Michael, Dial 8327 Ate tabron NOTICE SAVANNAH HANDICAP — F cLass |48Y'S engagement between Mac- | drinks at 2/3 per doz. as from
5.7.50.—8n. Dotented MILE AND 130 YARDS Arthur's troops and tanks occurred | Wonday, July 10. 1950 SOUTHBOUND 5 Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Notice is hereby given that any per- Se 'Retate (1) HONEY MOON ‘Xvonet) 116 Ibs.Jon the heights 2 miles north of peek y, ge ee Moatrent Balins Moston Biden = = Biden
~ = (2) Sh (O'Nea 1 ¥ e
MISCEL) 4NEOUS son having any debt or clam ‘upon or ALICE FEDORA HAREWOOD \.) . CHINA DOL tGewsnentt ae he Osan. Five tanks were reported Retail Pri 7 CAN) CHALLENGER“, 19th June 26th June “—— Sth July — Sth July
atfecting the estateof Aubrey Newton (Deceased .) (4) (FURIOSO (Joseph) 120 Ibs. | tO have been knocked out by e ce fc. LADY RODNEY . ; 30 th June 3rd July Sth July 14th July 15th July
CLOTHES—Lady from Canada wishes Reece, late of Prout Hill, in the parish NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all | BACHELOR'S DAY (Singhi) "| American gunners and infantry CAN. CRUISER 12th July 15th July - 25th July 25th July
to dispose of good clothes, suitable to of Saint Thomas who died in this Island] persons having any debt or claims Time: 1.57 secs destr yt * J. A. MARTINEAU LADY NELSON 22nd July 25th July 27th July Sth Aug. 6th Aug.
persons going to England or Canada. | 0” the 2ist day of July 1949 intestate, | against the Estate of Alice Fedora Hare- 1.T.C. HANDICAP — A CLASS estroyed two more. American + er CAN, CHALLENGER 1ith Aug. Mth Aug, -——- 24th Aug, 24th Aug.
All Bargains. Phone 3390. — ae required to-send in -particu-| wood, deceased, late of Richmond Gap, 9 FURLONGS casualties were believed to have, eee gs LADY RODNEY . 23rd Aug, 26th Aug. 28th Aug, 6thSep, Sep,
5.7.50.—8n. | lars of their claims duly attested to] in the Parish ‘of St. Michael in this} (1) BLUE STREAK (Newman) 131 abs,| been between 15 and 20 per cent CITY MINERAL LADY NELSON llth Sep. 14th Sep, 16th Sep, 25th Sep, 26th Sep.
e undersigned in care of Messrs. | Island, who died in this Island on the] (2) STORM’S GIFT (Lattimer) 121 Ibs.| of the men engaged, One Ameri-
DISPLAY COUNTERS—Two (2) in| Hutchinson & Banfield, Solicitors, James | isth day of January, 1950, are requested (3) JOLLY FLYER (¥vonet) 120 Ibs, | : DELUX MINERAL
enesliansaendibion, ‘ourtesy Garage. | Street, Bridgetown, on or before the} to send in foulars of their claims (4) ; -| can was shot dead as he was aim- 4 4 NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives
e condition, C " age part: 4) ATOMIC (O'Neal) 125 Ibs, | ; r Arrives
Dial 4616. 6.7.50,—3n. ae a Ne Ach a ie fice beg duly attested to the undersigned Johni Time: 2.02 2/5 secs... ‘jing at a tank which Bazzoka ‘ B B'dos Boston =“ Halifax
date I shall proceed to distr ite the |W. B. Maynard c/o Yearwood & Boyce, MIDSUMMER THREE YEAR OLD teams had been stalking. Ameri- | UNITED MINERAL LA c 2 i
HAZEL NUTS—Frys Chocolate HAZEL | @S*© ate among the parties | Solicitors, James St., on or before the] HANDICAP — F CLASS 6 FURLONGS |cans were today hoping for better | one Teves ¢¢ 27th July 29th July 7th Aug, 9th Aug.” 12th Aug.
NUTS in boxes and by the pound just entitled thereto having regard to the|15th day of September, 1950, after which (1) MADRI GRASS (Crossley) 116 Ibs.J 0 Y hoping for better M LADY NELSON 18th Aus. 20th Aug, 29th Aug, 3ist Aug. 3rd Sep.
RE A ok eaten Bete Romie debts nd claims only of which I shall] date T shall proceed ‘to distribute the| (2) SINBAD (Naidoo) ») 1 inc | weather to enable aircraft to at- . RAMDIN LADY RODNEY 19th Sep. 2lst Sep. 30th Sep. Ist Oct. Sth Oct.
6.7.50—2n. eaee eee Bn notice Sg aie Pee in assets of the deceased among the parties| (3) CATARACT (Reid) 126 Ibs. , tack, | LADY NELSON 8th Oct. 10th Oct, 19th Oct, B0th Cet, 24th Cet.
—______— | not be liable for assets stribu entitled thereto, having regard only to| (4) PRINCESS RASSIYYA ritish a ri »arrier iAPLE y
NEEDLES for your record player. . . to any person of whose debt or claim| such claims of which I shall then have (Newman) 121 Ibs | British and American Seacres | MAI LE MINERAL
all kinds including Ruby and Sapphire | 1 shall not have had notice at the time} had notice and I will not be lable for Time; 1.192 sees aircraft struck yesterday at other \ 1 vA CWT ,
semi-permanent needles to play several | °f such distribution the assets or any part thereof so dis- targets. In a dawn’ attack they ; NIAGARA FACTORY, WR —Sultet, fo change without notice. Al! vessels fitted with cold storage cham-
footaenn seneeie: And all persons indebted to the said] tributed to any person of whose debt] CREOLE HANDICAP — Dp CLASS {pounded airfield installations on spomnaer Fores and freight rates on epplention. t 1
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. cenacts Sie EE TT dae oe eee a Ce eae | (hh. ALL BAMA GR koe the north west coast and hit air-; 7.7.48-—2n) GARDINER AUSTI
ace: . n indebted a (C. Lutet as os ee ee
.8.00-8'.m. | Titan hig ath dow ot Duty, 1080, | vtte: ave Memasted to” sete their i cha gaps, [fields held by Communists south | AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents.
meen eee, URELIA ETHELINE REECE, | gebted r (2) CORNADO (Reid) sof the 38t é 2
" je) ness without delay. eid 126 Ibs.) of the h parallel, American ——————————————————/
gant. “ina te ee ee ae Qualified Administratrix of Dated this fth day of July, 1950 (3) ROSALIND (Joseph) 124 Ibs. | Superfortress virus at three im- | * * ve
the Estate of Aubrey JOHN WALTER BATSON MAYNARD, (4) BREAD BOY (J, Lutchman) lor She is Wise!
and get, Dat SANNES & CO., LTD Newton Reece. |" “Qualified executor of the Estate of” 113 Ibs, {portant North Korean railway aa CIE. GI TRANSATLANTIQUE
A. & 34.8.00—-t.2.n 7.7,50.—4n, ‘Alics Fedora Harewood, deceased. - Time: 2.073 secs. bridges causing extensive dam- re od ABAes x La Q
acta alana ceamencsemnpeees |" SARE RETR eae ean 6.7.50.—4n.| ST. ANN’S CeDEEoRae B CLASS |age. Despite bad weather 74 sor- |
OIL COOKER — American perfection OFFICIAL NOTICE (1) LADY PINK (L. Lutchman) ties were made yesterday. Three FRENCH LINE
draught proof with cupboard almost NOTICE 112. 21bs.}Spans were’knocked out of bridges pr
DRM» AOSV OP OE ie a ances, | ‘Tenders will be received by the under-| (2) OCEAN PEARL (¥vonet) {26 ibs.|north of Yongo airfield on the Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to Plymouth
oily In ine aeieee? Coker ot “Avpents signed up to 12 noon Monday 17 July. (3) HIDDEN HAND (Newman) eastern coast
——$—$—$— $$ —— quitable : : 113 2 Ibs. * . , 7 um 30 mee . -
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nd going out to the pitch of the
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but in his absence there was ne
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Worrell And Trestrail

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WIMBLEDON, July 6 right Spark
-118 Americas ope Ranking 7 iawn tbe present match with Lancashire Paralysed England bee
at ri ianl Vy tennis Queens, Miss Louise at Liverpool was today examined The one bright spark was the |
. Brough, winner for the past two by a specialist for suspected i second innings performance of t
years, and Mrs, Margaret Du Pont} °#'tilage trouble. Hy Peter Ditton Gilbert Parkhouse, the young |
LANCASHIRE —_ — 174 (and for 4) 112 \witi ‘clash in the Wimbledon . Glamorgan opener. Impatient
. Women's Singles final on Satur- ne Ss - phe LONDON. expect Ramadhin and Valentine fter staying twenty minutes
, » san ‘ succe:- {| s and shou not : C anc = > nout ttir off the mark, he
WEST INDIES (for 8 dec.) we — 397 ~~ oe es See vee ON {prevent him playing in the third The West Indies have arrived. to be so successful in the next a, Oheee ae te ‘wicket
In the all-American semi-finals, T®St beginning at Nottingham on Their grand victory over England|Test at Trent Bridge—where only | 2+ the ‘first attempt. But, when





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‘ ’ a aa ’ , Sngle ere struggling for the
; m LIVERPOOL, July 6. See ee ee eo served to strengthen my belief|season. Nevertheless, their ability ee aS aes on seni
Frank Worrell and Ken Trestrail put the West Indies tour-|n chess of Kent, Miss Brougn| Massage and light treatment, as that this year the “pupils” are|to drop a ball so accurately on 8] Cue with some delightful strokes
ing team in a position to complete the “double” over Lan-|overcame a earaseie tens tes, want well as rest, has been advised. ~ = going to be too good for the/length, plus , the really vicious | His forty-eight compiled in unde
cashire here today by scoring 227 for the fourth wicket in|Miss Doris Hart 6—4, 6—3. Mrs — (Reuter) E. WEEKES masters”. spin whieh Valentine can impart}i., hours, was worth many
’ . = ; } énd the subtlety with which Ram-
four hours. Du cece pee oer cok After the firsi Tesi at Old Traf- ailie can vary bis leg aA’ off ar in Pag ie Lee
This stand enabled the West outstayed Mrs. Patricia Todd 8—ti, 1] - e a ford I said that the West Indies ; on hata eee nan) [tances, and he could consider
Indies to declare 397 for eight '4—6, 8—6. occa ricket Season despite their defeat had great ereny Ro ey mark them as real |}imself unlucky to be out in the
wickets in their first innings, in > Miss Brough now has a great poascns, for aang ploestt: at © ; ae er ee 1k i
reply to Lancashire’s total of 174 chance to become the first woman 0 r Ti ; amadhin an alentine they ha N Full Stren John ard, e st Indies i
Rey i hia to win the title three years in ppens omorrow found two of the greatest young Pres , — eae Soe cot. Of She “best clog |
At the close of play Lancashire . succession since Mrs. Helen Wills spin bowlers produced by any| England, reinforced by Simp~jto the wicket fielders in the '
had scored 112 for 4 wickets in $3] Rourke, who won in 1927, 1928, The first fixtures of the 1950 cricket season, will open country at any time. ier Trevor Baler ane pene world. i
their second innings, and on the iland 1929. tomorrow with four first, four inte " ‘ wate ,|Compton, who tells me he hopes , : oe :
final day, tomorrow, they require Mrs. Du Pont won the Wimble-| division r intermediate, and six second] The Lord’s Test has proved the|to be fit fairly soon, cannot be] My final comment on this maten 5
: games. truth of these words. Never have] q ssed lightly. They were not{is that Hutton and Washbrook :
111 with six wickets to fall to don Crown in 1947. Leeward is back again in the Umpires: W. Bayley and c.{/ seen spin bowlers take such ae 7 ivenealt for the Lord’s|4espite his magnificent second in- }
avoid an innings defeat. Without ' Finest Stroke-Players competition and the Barbadcs | Batson. Olea “lcommand on a batsman’s wicket] Test but that does not in any way |"/ngS century—put England in «
-* ie sepen shane and 2 inest Stroke- yers Regiment has also put a team Windward vs Spartan, at{@%, these two did. The England} detract from the brilliance of the spot fre which recovery became
EE ER el Miss, trough played magnid- [ing the eld, Central CC. iss [windward , Poti ase eee ar ens cask | eet Todies viet. AS the seme Eos sy wie
erack ath complete aaauvanice cently to beat Miss Hart, one of the} petition fixtures. e cricket com-} Umpires: C. Collymore and S. ia Parkiuns gh asi rere time, I cannot help thinking that They both sacrificed their oe
2 Ore Ltd finest stroke players in the game, Followi ,_ | Beckles. ble t were completely} Denis Compton would not have |ets by foolishly running out to th
Worrell was always secking to if who had been strongly tipped to ollowing are tomorrow’s| Wanderers vs Pickwick, at the|™®able to deat with such an attack. | allowed Ramadhin and Valentine}|slow bowlers at a time when
punish the bowling and his chief ! add the Wimbledon title to her}®2™°&S_, and the Umpires | Bay, Perhaps it would not be fair to|to dictate the course of the game}Ramadhin and Valentine had not
strokes in a classical innings of recent French and London eham-| 2o>cnted. _ Umpires: C. Gibson and B as they did. To try and stay in| got their grip on the game. By
159 were a six and twelve fours. pionship successes. FIRST Clarke. the crease and play forward or|their actions they put the rest of
Altogether he spent five hours over A relentless stream of angled July 8th, 15th, 22nd THE BARBADOS backward to these two bowlers|the batsmen in mortal fear of
his third century of the tour. drives and crisp volleys pinned| Pickwick vs Combermere, at SECOND AQUATIC CLUB as the majorty of the England fever leaving the crease, and the
ey Miss Hart to the baseline for spells| the Oval. July 8th batsmen did, Was nothing short of}battle had been lost and won
It was not until he had passed 50 | i the second set after a great first Umpires H. B. Jorda al uly 8th, 15th RESTAURANT suicide. What was required was shortly after lunch on the second
that Trestrail brought his power- a effort in which the latter was| Spellos. ee ary) cams: t Combermere vs Lodge at Com- a player capable of using his feet day.
ful off-drives into action and he within a point of leading 5—3. Lodge vs College, at Lodge ria ey ete gs T IN addition to the regular
was unfortunate to falter when There was little to choose be-) Umpires: L. E. King and G Sisnett. oe ; Peta Serres 2) Se , renee
seven short of what would have tween the highly polished but Bradshaw. Colle > vs Y.M.P.C., at Coll Club for Members (Break-
been his first century of the tou: contrasting play of Mrs. Du Ponty Carlton vs Police, at Carlton Umpires, We Roak and Rh. y|| £28t, Luncheon, Tea, Dinner,
He made fifteen boundary strokes F. WORRELL and Mrs. Todd, There was no|_ Umpires: S. C. Foster and D.[pinde SMS II} etc), orders will be taken
in his innings of 93 which lasted Scored 159 yesterday by brilliant] spectacular overhead game, but} Roachford, Foundation ve ” Pickwick, at for Wedding, Birthday, ,
four hours. batting the sheer brilliance of the re- a va Wanderers, ‘| Foundation. Soe Sores aon eee Parties, It s
The Lancashire spinner Green- : coveries, the sharply angled re-| Queen’s Park. Sree nee one ‘ Cay r e supervision
3s a ‘ix wickets Play five minutes before time, ires: _ Umpires: W. Harewood and J. —
rive walle without conceding Lancashire with only six wiekets| for the pan diy Bowes the "ais: FL. Waleott. on —— F MRS, GRACE WILLIAMS always
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Wickets fell at regular intervals Trestrail c Washbrook b Greenwood 93 | Du Pont settled down quickly. a
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Yesterday afternoon at the Then Snappers went on the] ,, ae ea Pe ni ticl aah id >
ivseien Adeatic Club A lates Gfdalaive, eeibete. anniatag |E°* issue. of the British gredical JOAN CAULFIELD 2 Wash your Bucket and hang it upside down on the
crowd saw them battle to a love seus ro ee, kerey, eee Rucket Hook by its rim. The Bucket is securely held

Kenneth Ince and Billy Manning

: " ; , ontinued to take “strenuous exer- by it eight. It drains and dries in no time. It
all draw. in their forward line sent in re-| (2. j as oat BILLY D WwW F py Ae OWN WETgn
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: The on, scheduled game be- peated tries, but none were fruit- palidne and. clintbiee.”: . AGO . E OL waa aati oo. a3 ene eee
ween Police and Barracudas had ful. In 1949 Sir Adolphe had a sec LZ = . MONA F The BUCKET FE 1
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two of their players. would be the winning goal and |ination. His present weekly rou- EDW ARD ARNOLD & ¥
ste,3 — spectators were kept on their toes|tine is a four or fiye-mile brisk ¥ ONLY BOe. EACH.
Snappers 0; Flying Fish 0 — as repeated tries were sent in on} walk and skipping for half-an- uv %
Due to isenis Atkinson being = - a thrilling mateh and fons before dinner epee Gee TD) % See them demonstrated at
unable to play, Flying Fish made tyo6 huge crowd were well satisfied| “It should encourage the prac- j >
& last minute change in their with the performances of their|tice of continued activity rather
line-up, bringing in Peter Patter~ jecnective favourites. than the idea that one has to re- %

son. Newcomer to the Snapper tire as a ‘has-been’ in the 20’s or FOR THE Howl OF Your tire /
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early 30's.”

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and good work by both custodians Cjegn (Capt.), C. MacClean, K.}you should not continue to take /
prevented any score. Ince, D. Bannister, F, Manning|vigorous exercise until late in
During the second half Flying and B. Manning. life,” he said, gv
Fish sent in two certainties one The referee was Major A. R.| “There is perhaps a great dan- @s:
by Harold Weatherhead, a beauti- Foster ger if an athlete stops and then »

ful shot from the half way mark
and one from Jack Knight, but on
each occasion, the ball hit the
crossbar and went out of play.

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“But calcification of the arteries
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Next Thursday’s fixtures will be
Bonitas vs. Swordfish and Flying
Fish vs. Barracuda. The referee
will be Mr. W. Gibbs.



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PACK TWO BARH VDOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. Jl I \ I, I"' 1 QcUiib Qtidlinq %  From the Canary UUnda —A Record PLEASURE YACHT an ;i. /Yiliarv ketch 'Alpha'' arrtveJ | Si John's Harbour in Antigua on Friday morning with ,, partv of six among whom is Ml fl PJ Harmer who M very well known in the Sump World Mr Harmer has an agency in Bonrl Street. London, one in Australia, and Now This 80 ft yacht wi built m Amsterdam about thirty years UO and la owned by the Royal Thames Yacht Club She ha been chartered by Mr Harmer The master is Hear Admiral Sir Arthur Rattray. KH 1 OB C I.I who retired from the Royal Indian Navy two year* ag' and has been living in Lisbon ever since Sir Arthur is I Scotchman and says he doe* not know why he iivea in Lisbon He just went there on n trip and land there i^*t yi Mr Arthur and a friend took ftfty-thn, CROSSWOD ~* r J f 7 1 0 %  1 '8 jr • %  .'• PRINCESS MARGARET A PRINCESS vialted the child i en at an East Grinstead. Sussex, nursery school but they didn't see -he stepped from her "coach" and walked among them. %  tCMJRalng now and then to talk. The visitor was Pr.neeaa Marda,, lo Mil a ""all 2*J."S narrt. Uu child, !" blind habit, of ['.-am ma; tun aat w as • II iiiirlimrmml. U>l sumri-n^ta MM aaw aWa K.Ca gr*a a4*taa ewt aaaa this. iT I wim toe aasaaa r at mm aaa•Mtaancy pfi.ridt • mlmmmwilm, ">mblruv(loa (ll not %  *. atf Vt aT "" ...•"jeaaia.^4i ***" HiIS r*sa aaa as* a* ft a it a a •**<£. t*> -aa 16 across. *"" Jbafl-t '^ t *at to •*> %  it. „, '' %  mid daaerlba ooi Rupert and Miranda—38 K.B.I. I!,MII:I I'rvgriMI i W II. -i Ckwa D.n. Dsftati 1*" Photo shows Princess Mar* II return 1-ii.idd ft... hj II W I A %  henat Sen well on h.-r way to the plane, deep -n OOfl Cap* W. Lambeit, the Governor's Private Secretary. %  % %  % % % %  t" tinplane. Is Commander Casaey late ComKan ,, w „ n ,„,, ilnipk f,. a ,hcr,-d modore of the Royal Mall Steam,, raw h<)( (()r nw v|s| ,„ |nc Sun ship Company His last ship .'• Hl j nt || > .i voyage to New York, via LaV H 18 l \' aXUENl V uic Guv-. u.„ #„ T^, M A *k. hon. La* Palmas. Antigua. Jamarna ,, K ww L JTO.WJB^ %  "HSfc ' %  Havana. Her voyage Irom among a most . ue Canary Islands to Antigua ., Gracita' ( M (... O.B.E.. CommisIttKto( i nfteen days and she en. | fWT sing at the BrIUab Coun> oner of Local Government und C o Un t C red extremely heavv seas "Wakeflcld", W s " %  '; ,l Welfare Ofttcer In BriUah anii boisterous winds In the vicinMedical Student %  '"'' %  *ai • Na*i Atalr*M. If IS pi CimpMniMw. 1 C. nlinuaa. 1 Ii v JO p m Hni Mo*. 1 lit |i n. II. !" -* N p DI MiMC in MUiUl-r*. J D m Thc> flew by MoonllBH*. 4 m ThNi-> < IB p m Thdaily mvKI 4.IS P <" NUjhl. al Ihr Opni: 4 S P m H. port Iroiu Wlmtohwlon: S p m B.itiW opm Golf Champtonahip. 3 as p IK luitrliiaf i IS p m r*roaTim" P*imO' 5 SD p m srntiih Hasao"' ,: p iti J-r* E>i: HI H" Brndr-.vi. u I'%cr.. • p m Tha Ml i', Mrsny, I P m Th* HWwsi 1 W p m Na. Analyart; 7 IS7 S p m t'rH'kai Raport if W l v I aa r ai.lta, 7 ja_T 40 p m To M atmoUMCad. I II m IU4i.) Nawiraal; III P" 1 i" ii M I. ... lU-porl .> S h a m P m lnu--lud'_ • M p m rr.-.. thr KtfltofUU. p i> I puflnrv l"oat rMflca: 10 4S P "' 1,1 Ai-m. II P "i Tha Na. pljying *ilh n*( doll, io go. Ruprct ilk. MS* 4nd. mil krcping our ot ugh 1 !ir dodgci hi* way into iha dona ind gal •h* He do* ii aa ;'i Pti: .nd. I .ad i Sc rtathtl [M SKI*! pjwig* jrid puL, -he ilidinjt p*nti bt' %  V ..'!. M.t.ndj arm. I hotna ban.' %  I luppoM she'll nop here and poor • %  A RRIVING II Wl A %  inM.tr who haii already' uu.h.-r; fttr lwil here i^. .1 rnaagoaaogaraiM %  1 bo 'iiis in ,m effurUoss and charming style. Guiana, arrived yesterday afterity of lhr [^<. loon on H.W.I. Airways' B.C. flight Mrs. Lalng accompanied HfJ ISlandl Her || (; c from Jamaica b/ on Wednesday .ening was Mr. G. B P Cummins medical student of the 1'niver — •. c.llege 01 the We^t Indies. Ha 1 %  Uu sumholiday! with his parents Dr. IIOYAI. (Worthings) OpeninK Tt> DAV 5 & H a| and t'onlinuln* \pofCwWa+^coo/<; 0 v in A Ffeic/\\^l A I U ri.lll M.MM A Membars Only) MATINKKS: TOafcAf and fftMtOUKM at I P m. TONK.III M TTJMDA1 MGIII al *30 III! I II I Ol llll IV Starring WILLIAM BKND1X I GLt^SON niHWIiajj DeCAMP—Bill GOODWIN BMkkta BOND! ftftg RAMTMUi—Wichard 1X)NG A 1 i.r. t-i .1 Int.l 11 ,1 I'i.turr en'l I i n %  % %  %  .I I mil You've Lived the I.ifr of Kile>: '.'SSSr.'.',*, uln ii. pi graniDa Th. a|] They expect to be here for two h v y wpa, j|l r „ holiday and are staying Commander Nichols. ll ( .1 rabank Also an iving yeaterday from Mil was Miss Maij M C 1\ and Mi-, master hopes they will escape any Cummins .tf "Gothmore.' Ban 1 further disturbance"! baOMiag UM Hall Road. "Alpha" is incapable ndon tot health reasons The Major hv flBStft Nifl T.; .\ • ; HI Knulancl. hut ll.' has n.rt had H MICIIAKI. S1IARPE. M Th• elder boy i now .Uiw %  Jfifi? ' "' S*i h, Hitnnt • •'_' 1 bg IIW.I.A. ,'J, , %  "'' ''"l"-'!' '• %  bfor Tonbrldgc |^ Social Welfare Officer 1 OftUv nd him been ln B.C. more days, before leaving f. A. v. n York on Saturday via Bermuda Chemical Engineer *The BuaaeUa were man*~i !"'. SITa nwnlh h M il A MRS II WILKINSON r„e,nly In Barbados and npe.il J !" •"!• %  hi,l, will %  nd their dnushter Carol Ann their honeymoon at the I'aradlxe n. ica have arrlvad In llarbados for a Beacb Club. Crark SI IIG. yesterday afternoon by long holiday and air iiuests at _-...—. . „ anot n W.I.A.. have come over for about I But BurlejejiSometime. l< ,, k With Colonial Survey /-.AITAIN inium. ,„„., im> week.holiday Mr. crease feel I'* i Mr Wilkinson la another oi mR. s. J. ALLEN, a Loadoner L. srns'l.„ JOHN„ 5^,1 Welfare Offleer of the lv Ct Lord Done hc Chemu-al Eno..erwilh JVl who ,, wlUl lhc Colonial ,|„. ',,,.;.' ""'".aii.lant of Domerara Bauxite Co.. In Mi i .. Hie urera re. .I crcdil who em| i" He and hl family 1; %  conlrol K„ B l„nd IB monlha ago. .he Chemical La.i.< \ anetueaan %  He and his Oil Coneeulon. In Surv ,„ Ba .^.^ ye ..erdy „, m ,l.,i„/ \ h s ';,; l? !" ' Kenzie , afternoon by B.W.I.A. to apen.l ll„„.| ,„ u",d „ ,,,. '.""L ""' <; %  '" only lef. lwo w „ k ,„ B „bado. He i, ,., hi," ,',,'lr", '/,'„ ,7* !" "' Ma^ng at Ihe Sea Vie.Cues-. .,rranem..„, s ,,',,. ,l,e V'.,'""^; With Barclay. In """" '" "'"" '" " " "• "TK-ra's ,,„d Trt of SpTn For the Summer Holiday, g&rf! ^-UaH. A S-STS --" K.C.M.G., Governor of the 1^11 AND MRS M THOMAS VflSS NANCY CHALBAUD one .^,.1. having 1,,-en „ member of the Knid Hercules, wife oi Mr. R M 1 Ishmds whowas*|vrndITI arrived from St Kitts yeeteri* of the many Venezuelan i niiidad rifle team for 25 year*. Hercules. Barrister at Law "".Saving a few .(.. holidi aRamoon by B.W.I.A.. to school girls who go to school nl Dttt he will not 1. shooting at Fernando has returned to Trinidad I., Gr.-n.-idii i.-lurnr.l to Grenad; %  i-en.l n month's holiday here visitthe Ursullne Convent here, re"iMe> mis year When Hisley She told Carlb shortly before 'cslerdnv aftcrnooil by H W.I.A. llll relmives. Mr. Thomas Is wltn turned to Venezuela yesteniay b\ week is over he plans to go to she left that she has hud such n Port-of-Sj>am B W.I.A. for the long holidays WotUM and then to Norway woiwlertul holiday, that she She has returned somewhat \U'_ was I...: m Scandinavia In ready think rnd Ch %  i 1 ADY JiiAN AltUNDKl.l. -il. of Sir William Arundell. .'S.'S.S.',',', GLOBE OPKN1NO TODAY 5 and K.30 FIGHTING! LOVING! LOOTING! wvefi h) man. AND MRS. LEONARD I*! CREASE who arrived froni B i %  uaat at Qovanunanl Barelayi and i apani On Canb Tour st Vtacant Here Four Year* Ago Bank ii long leave. ine uf their They also holiday n B RIG, O.B.E., M.C Commander j^ HK1VING by II W 1 A intr.nMt fi ear Hi-: i the PAGE, D.S.O.. aflat A rlbbaan Araa antvad hen* /\ i ; W I \ -.. ,,M,s. Noel InniSH Jamaica, via Puerto Rico. Antigua. ,,• '-Summcrsldc" Hastings and Mon!scirat and St. Kitts. Ha |„r M.t.-r Mrs Elise Hawkins, expects to be In Barbados untli Foi the past nine months. Mrs July 29th. From Barbados he will lnuiss has been visit Tnnldao. before returning to in the U.S.. and %  arly ahe told Carib. the mn) if the Venezuelan school girlt lue to leave here on July 22nd „.id has been living 'n %  19 years. They are stay%  il ..bank.' Barriitera Wife Returna ol her nexl VIM! I9S8. and lust niuchl Ihe"iaat~boat here back lo LiiKland when war was Mr* Hereulen wan staying leclared. ..ealon GueM Houae. Worthlnn Returned to Dominica M 1 !, Hi wife arrived in Barbados a ew days ago and they are stay %  ng at "Shertngham" Maxwells AND MRS DICK LEWiS ve retorned to Dominica Her a holiday in Barbados. DuiBf their stay Mr. I-cwis (lew u i siting her slater to England for about three week w Mra, Hawkins Mr Lewis Is Mansjajer of Rose mis come down t<> s[*nd a holiday Lime Juice. Rpaeau; Mrs. Lawia ,, i ,., is the former Mlaa Roae, daughter Mrs Hawkins was lait In Barol the Founder They were gues-.v i>ados about four yeora ago. at "Cacrabank. COLOR Bi TODAY LM ft K.30 and Conilnulnr Paramount Films present William HOLDEN Joan CAULFIELD 'DEAR WIH. with Hilly DeWolfe. Mona man, Edward HOW TO-DAY 4.45 ft 8.15 and Continuing M-G-M presents Joel HeCraa, Eiicn Draw "STARS IN Y CROWN" with Allan Hale Dean Stockwell BY THE WAY •> mumamm inn if Hi. I nald bai aven. be minds of OUT DUUI (">in battai i 'inm-lhina more But to-d [-1. ,.l an audition in the Village well received. Hall "Why." asked the choirmasHollmrn ter. 'do you say bow-wow?" "I Boi can't manage the last 'do.'" reof t ii,.l Mi Copper "Surely." inII. to Si ter posed Mrs Yaffle, "It U as ita Iruj 'do' ... the only I-ondon jgh which, under the larau Charter granted by Inward Sir Thomaa Trusham. keeps -fuse and rubbish, Instead Of to sing -bowexporting it at once In the gr .flara under the Viaduct the vcarlv accumulation, amounting to some 324,331 tons. Is matured .,f burled worn Well, l won't be singbits 0l paper, marked £1 and ing 'do' in these oj-eras. will IV worth a few shillings, which asked Mr Copper satirically -would attract p,^ple Once. In "You. '...i't lie sniKing 'bow-wow n Wientlc !" !" "" ^ — Dybood, wandarimj on the ettbar." rapllad gee Keekham t,a. sform l ^" ho ^,! ,,;,,|,.. th Dutch frontier, l There wai .. hurried consultation. '* m u "^'" P , „,. foUDd I bottle With l message in while Mr Copper went on sing...*And so we say farI %  " ii It was in Fraocb, and said more ami m..re loudly Finally, horn, hormigh of pea.. island." I he was sllence.i and t,ild to stand beaut> want back to the hotel and told by for chorus work my father that l wanted to set „ .. Hollmrn: .1 Ooiumentnn Pnrtigrttph Dr. Rhubarb'* Cornvr out to find the w ra cked ni.irineiHe asked me where I proposed to hegin my March, and I said I would visit all the desert islands %  arid. Had it nut been my bed-tiine. 1 might have M4 i.tT there and then, and to-day 1 might still u%  earchtng. Or not DJMTII ill SnifQili-fielil "|-y >-le-!nl-f,l-SO-la Si DOW T£ Arthur O wrltea; I o/lea pi.r inu legs in'o my ihirlslcerei while dresstny. 0"d my arms into *nu irouaers. I yrt so tied UP 'nai I am miles laic for b-. ik((i-* his? LUJ Ml it of a civic waistcoat i-v Holborn iiumugh CouncO to til Dust Inspector has twen How can I alof wall described as a timely gesture. But the suggestion that with the Dr. Rhubarb saya: Come iu.<* waistcoat should go a bowler, to breakfast like that and you with a small dustbin stamped on family will soon convince yon < Alfred Copthe front of the Grown, was not the absurdity of such antics. t III th TlltS JVKW LIST \ Mill MIHMI VWIMW By M. O Geberhart ( Ws |N 0OCH By Sir Patrick Hastings IRCASIKI-: IN Till: CARIBBEAN By A W. 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1 KID AY. JILY ;. 1930 RAHRADOS ADVOCATE PACK SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. MRS LILIAN DRAKE* H to all %  %  mpairo ,in them in Mrmw-:i due 10 I HARBOUR LOC} In Carlisle Bay THEGAMBOLS IN MEMOftlAM Drain ran,* sanl took I The Bio* aa wMm. I Fon sui AUTOMOTIVE %  | %  . ... ...,.. %  % %  > V T .-. Hester. H.—1CAK-Mrim. H->rt. Car. X-4SS. Good Mechanical Condition. Ncriml owner leavingI.land Apply John What, Thu.aledon. Ma.well Coast. J'hone SMI 4 T SO —St. CAR-Vauahall. Velox II h p. Parfeet Condition two tone palm work trunk nawlalty At lad for the bettet carrying of mon luggage Ring R B Nkh.illa Off.* MIS Home 8314 Singer Sport. POADNTS-H lent condition mileage )ut COIX CO Lid. 17 Va-in MARB—half-bred mar* by O T C I" hand. I (tm old Bkiteble lor Plantation work or Polo Dial SS SS4 F H FMIIHI, Andrea. Planl SI Thomas RfJPtaOERATOK i i.bie ft. In pnfrrl | PirRKITURK— Lady leaving: Island. wl-he lo aril altrnctlrr modern luroitur*. Buoyant arms-hair* Interior sprung. Ught stained Mahogany bedroom A •lining room %  ultra. Interior Spruna maltjaa m larder, servants' cota at*. all in rm condition Cook Nt L-rwraa.ce Gap. Trl Man i unNiTfnr i>mu | d "i %  "' ""'' Kitchen table. 111 (>. rhesalng tlUM from SHOO, Larder. IIS OB rath. Mahogany Rocker*. IIS 00 each. Bii.ti Morrl Chain IIS 00 each. Round Pint T.-iblr* M Bo Numerous other Article*. at Ilargain pitrr. In H.lph Brant' %  show Room. Hardwood AUrv Open 8 a m. lo a a.m. lo 4 p m dally. Phone 4*13 17 10-ln MECHANICAL ONS I-TON WFJtTON BJ>OCK I patent! In perfect order, complel new ••ton sling chain Also S-toa machinery, piping, etc. TO he i Wilder. St Michael. Dtal BUT Michaartad K ... aaaaaaa o. t year* No Sfl%  Full pa.ticular* from Mean CARRIKGTON ft SCALY It St.-By,. :->L r..M Kra.n ... -'• i Bed* K> ellenl Saw bathing W\ 1 .. ...i Hiaai 1 .i %  0 1 M -*. OAI liivate Ford I August lo November Mi l<< iponublr parly AMCC YARD M d fttOTD. appli nm\ door at tTUlTT.-S DBl'o -.ToRF n latsaRi Karrn and Country IT • I Laandet Sen a>nmanuel Gor v rb Marv M Inn *rh Pnlllp tideon. ftrp, Manuata, Sch Belle Wolf.. Srh ftrnij D Daarwoad. Crn Sunahioe R %  Sell Harriet wnittakrr -*h Ijndard | H Srh Mary r Caroline. Sc n TurH. Do.e M V Blue Star Sc„ W Eumcu. S-h t'lUtrd Pilaran. Sek MSMtAM H Ctaa .' Ml /-..-.-• v.. Mare. Heniielt. \>MUTALa SS Tempi* Arch. IMS t ona net, 1 Cant Clinton. fn>m BMti.h Oulana -> P *T S-afarer 4. TOT ton. net. CM Peltanm. from BTMII •rhoonar P-ranc*. W fjannh. 14 lon< S S Srln. 4jn lona i.rt CaftP P-.Uirton from Pa-ama RrPARTIUv li.n„n I>1 W Capl DavM for Trinidad In Touch With Barbados COMUI Station I'M CUTT1N6 TKK M OUT toe TWr ••• trtti TMT VW HIT %  Jae THUS AWl IMHI.M 11ITIMA SAIVT v.scKrr NSBVICR NOW make, % %  ,i ... U-idae one ma—.-. IIATIIO MILL lOWIH Hl-in St Vincent Mi mvtarr CARIBSSX on-the-aaa Baqula IiUnd oflrri all that ran be dea'red Baen.ll. in! K-enery. aaa-aathin. Aahtnf. aaaMl. M and bar* RATCB 14 M IT V W I per day For furtner detail* Md raaervatlona FRROI. a ROOKS. Boa 41. Sal r,.-. IV i H NOTICE , flr '" '••" %  In* are Invited by co'JHTFAV r. Alt AGE lor the purehaae of One tl> in* BEDFORD Chaaale w|lh 1M0 CHEVROLET Engine recently dam. %  fed In an accident Thli vutiiclr ran be aeen at th Premlara of riliHea| Garaae. While Park Road Offer, recMvnd up to II moon, on Salurdav. nh July. 1PW and purchaarr will br tequlred to renovo thli vehicle by Tueadav. nth July, 1M* NOTICE %  .. ,1ven ihat II U ihe inir.nt..n try of Ihe parlih of Batnt thl. laland to cauao to be into the Letrl-latiire of thl* a riill authorising the aald. Vaatry a a loan not exceedM* £1000. applied quri. M Marqur* s J l l.i.m P la* Lorn. %  '.--.. BUvo; M-.isin (•runja Mc<1iiiho.-k. Najoiei M.i I...... UniHerile Smith; MISCEU ".NEOUS ciTTHF.s Lady (aaj| to dlnDOH* of good rlH-Nli:ns T. %  rxrrllent condition. Courtre>' GaiMI Dial 441 f 1 W -3 HAZEL NUTS-Fn MUTB in bne. and opened at Knlgim D N'KEni/S for your record player 111 kind* Including Ruby and Sapphire arm!-permanent naadlea to play aevaral thouaand nrordlnga BB -,_ •4 a BO— i f.< nTEW PlJtTTfStft Dinah Shore. Frank Blnatra. Ring and all the real. Come and gt. but quick on. COOKER draught proof wnn new. Altraetlve Cook t ._ PKNS PENClia — Parkrr 'I Silver A Gold Top. Prtca Pan. ft SHOD each Piloe Peiarlla Id SB 00 each llrucc Wcotnern. m RETREAD ty.ea at tpecial price. 430 %  10 at KM IS. 32 I IBM. M < I *t eMtO; • at 1443 S earh. Enflulre Auto Tyre Com pany. Trafalgar Street. Phone im*. Crlnpa. VEET BISCUITS A \ ortcd. Capital, la aaeaa raa ir. Afternoon Tea. Buttn Ciram (M.ta.rt Cream and man^ ir. all drltclou. by thr tin and park Knlghn Dual Store. (IBboth PYE LTD Ottal %  ' Pi'f. -DOT.riltN %  two w phone. aguMM conuiiui •n'ii-ar ahlpmr-d. c !" bj>JBftJ J hado. Enqulne. to PYT I.TT) PO Ftov BIO. Drtdgetown. Dl CWI in rtrrtlng a latrine for uae at Ihe -id pariah Church, and tei aa to the turn of CSOO In completing the rixloaure to the burial ground at St Anne'. Chapel In thr aald pail.fi the aald rum to be a charge on the) rat eg t-.nty <20i annual li..talnu-nta of CI0O each, with intereal ai a rale not eaceed%  fj 4 per annum on ihe principal im from time to time due Dated 3rd day of July. IMo YFAHWOOD ft BOYCB. : MSB thr Vealry NOTICE Re Eatate of AUBREY NEWTON Deer, .ad Noli..Ii hereby given that a, n y paron having any debt or claim upon or iforllng the erfatr nf Aut.rr* j fa wkW ieece. Uta of Prout Hill, in the pariah .t Saint Thoma. who died In thl. bland m Ihe 21rt day of Julv 1MB inteetete, .re h-eaftv reafiiltod to aend m paillcular. of their claim, duly atte.ted to vinder.lgr.ed tn rare of Moaara Hulchlnm ft Banfleld. Solicitor.. Jamea Stucl. Bndgetown. on or before the IMh day of Seplrmter. IMO after which date I ahall proceed to dirt.ib.de the fauna of the eatate among the partlaa aqUOa*! lla H 'Mp having irga.d to Ihe .:ebta and clalma only of whirh I .hall turn have had notice and that I ahall not be liable fo. ararta a distributed |B '". i-'i---i of whoar debt or clabn I shall not have had notice .it trie nine I irh dlatrlUdum Ai.d ..ii p.-raon indebted to the aald < atate are requerWd to aettlr their ..ccounta without datay Daled this Bth da y of J ulv 1 ft*". AtTtEiJA %  rniEiJNT; iiror. UuallAcd AdmIn 1st .aI r u of Ihr Hrece OFFICIAL NOTICE | | BADM IIDIIACE PAHH at certain piece or parcel of land d NewbMiy in the pa.i.h of Salnl and Island afoictald containing atnitti agaj TltUJIlXO JanuM Smith. 3 Flgfl GRENADA Rev Finbar W*an. Canon G %  J'-' 1 -" %  Kichagaj K..I. rtom ANTIGUA Robert Carolm. Elliabeln 1 Agora Cockburii. John Cockbum LoCtB l,.|i.i BBtaB Fn.m PI'SJITO BEtl A C BanVBI HI i-inn in LA 1.1'A BRA: l,..lr-Kk Evans; Mm I. Mr ffttrberr Flarhb-. Ii Irtbanrn. Mr Manuel Ma.la t .ruceaSe; Mi,. \. . r ST. LUCIA ifr Benedlrt Firming; n-hart. Mm Thn^km Terrance Hawkins; r ANTiaUAluter Mary Prltchard. ^T KFTTS Qiuntei Mr. IHbarOicai Public lVolicfMr-Conld NOTICE NOTICE. IS HKiirnv i;iv:r: tl-t all peraona having any debt or claims against the> Eatalr of Alk-e Fedora Ilarrwool, drrrased. latr of RH-hmond Cap, In the Parish of St Michael In this Mand. w>... dlnl In thl. bland on 18th day of January. IBM. are red nested to aend In particular* of their claim. did. altnled to Ihr undef.imrd John* W B Maynard C/o Yeararood ft Boy.e. Sollcltora. Jamea St on or before the IMh day of Saptaanber. IBM. niter wtuch data I ahall proceed to rti I aorti of the decraand anumg the paitlr. illed thereto, hiving regard only lo aurh i-Ulma of which I shall theai have had nonceand I will not be liable lor Outsiders Win At T.T.C. Barbade. As..r.t. I ... r.a..gaat) POKT-OF-SPAIN. July 6. The ihltd day of Ihe T.T.C u n | Meeltiii was outsiders' day. The ttrst race gmru, lo the bigrest ouliider m TrirddndS history lo num.' other than the lamoui. Brown Boy who nrured In thr S5.000 'orrvawt pay out al I'luOTI I'ark last W*Mtm Brown Boy opencii Hip Programme by out* foot ing the E I I.is, hoi -. %  ii. •!..* til Im li-HK I'Vt-tit Juil M thrw and a halt >eara ago he ran awigy from Front Bell and all in the to->ear-oUi breeders' Stakes of 1946 and what was even more startling war the fact that he accomplished his i in the same time It took the Class Lady Pink to win her six today and this was only bettered by one imh by Oily when he ran UM CIBM C stai furlongs nder much pressure Drown Hoy's win brougln lu. k> UmtMrt WhO bought them $69 19 Another big upset for the daw WM Ah Baba who has consistently dlsappointsaj his supporters for the last two years over all disHut today made a sudik-n spiuit at tinhalf mile pole in the 9 furlong net and went on to win .•. he liked Tin i. coubt thai tin rain which (ell heavily just before tinday's rae i im began contributed in great measiiie to so many pulsiders turning up. Perhaps the only i..-inurKnori-oiiLsider was Blue Streak although even this DWBC VI not expected to lepeat his flist day's success with 131 in (he m Us But Ihil Jainau-un Derby win ler pun.-i ,n..-e again that he Is in,. < UMI ih.nv'v baal and made i food i. ish with Slonn's Gift lown the homestretch after he had nade the twice all the way. U.K. Sugar Offer Musi lie Accepted a) I T,.-:I Page 1 Coulu be revised upwai dU Cun., J iur> permitteil. wlule utVBBtl4drJAf tti.it Mu-ie mild be no .HH teem .town dining the ueri.xi up to the f 19S.. >y now agree that they will make a special examination of the postti'iii during 1953. th< in which all the provisu>i # > of the f vposed agreement will operate. he examination will be in.i.ie m Ihe light of all thu eircuNi't.iim %  then nhl.iming, im biding the MnTl %  al .'\i~-ii |a*iftrmaicf. b) .ill panics to n S i, v ,....... ;iTU i ...nsumpt latlm will .tut all the quantities of sugar cov t>v the propusctl . If consumpll.in levels in I' K prove higher than lu bat .limated. the V K GuvcrnmeN'. ill offer to incrcav.UM QJIlaVatl ikeet The increase will be at le.i-t in proportion to Ihe amount hy which actual consumption proves to exceed the present i r'nl ex.miple. if cotlMillipl lull pai catni ,ihn\. II i istini.i;.ihe olTi'i BfOUad In to increase the guaranteed quanUUM by at least five per cent All negotiations in lilt 91 i %  umpUoi ln.it the uiuotiiit.il require menu of Ihe U.K rnarl be 2,550.000 ton* It is not possible al present to BB) v.tu-.i sugar rationing will md. and until it conies to BB tod, ItM Pttl unrestricted consumplion of thu I' K. will not he kimwn With any certainty. The intentum. bowBVBT, is thai aftet latioiim: lerttnnates a period of six month. sh.ill be allowed for con>um|iti<< i to settle down, and that the review of Ihe Commonwealth %  %  d qnuntitic %  hall DO %  BUOd upon colisiiNiptinn in UtO i six months Having agreed upon these ainiigements. the delegalion on* bofM and win racoiri Bland : Iheir QOVOIUIIM II.Hnli.h Waal bull. lion be advised to .m -ert •>* n" .1 1 F.Vl IH*IM.F.% Bpoot.r. Hill IT III II Br%laB rrOTlCE T.mi.-rwi be received by Ihe undrr•igned up to 13 noon Monday IT Julv. IMO for Ihe tonatrurtlon of a Par.*hlal Medkal Oftl.rra reetdencc on landa at tMfhill. St Thotnal. In acendance with plgM i.n.i •prrinValiiHis. whk-h may be obtained from Ihe Par Trc.urer Each -.pplk-anl will be required lo da po.lt 110 00. which will be refunded an the return of the plane and spretfli itlor.. in g.,od condition The Vr.lry doe. not bind It-elf to award the contract to the loweet or any Tender The successful applicant will be required to provide two tl> surlii" wh" will be willing to bind themselves fur the dug iieifomawof Ihr work F. r nunuM Par Trcmurtr SI Thomas LOST 4% I Ol Ml LOST T1CKFT Sen. Club Morgan). WANTED 11 Al.l 1IAIIA IH i i 1-1 .rvi iVANII ill MAM1H Af I • I \-VIII. AMI IW YABBB %  Hi.NFY Mi KIN IVVOMII 11(1 It-. KISMI.T lONeall IU 1 lb.. 11 CHINA UtHX (Newman, lie lha, I' v l I %  HloStJ J,eph> itll lbs iMACHF-LOR'B DAY 'Slnfhii Time: 1)1 -,, III M VMlll Ar — A t'LABS I II Ml ll.l^ I lll.l-i: STREAK iNewmani 111 |ba -1 '"MS CUT %  i%  tiymi: to avoid %  %  %  Fourth Attempt To Raise "Potick" Fails \V. HKMKN I.ule i their (ouith .itt.mp' II rafloaUl ihe v. A i "Pi %  .,. ICSJB S i ir. in.ge bed. S.lu".n.iN %  Kmeline" and "IJIUiialpha" were doing the job Tn"Kini-line" WUllUMl fi.m the cros l>etth .if the inner basin while th Ijiudalpha" gave assistance fron i, dhaj BBM ol UM -unket BBBBBjl I'l.iiic Mood in Kim. tho .del trotn to •> the vessel raised. Divers in bath suits tfWtl ram to attach straps to Ihe hull ot the vessel These strain w.-r. run through blinks on U Uith '.hoiitii'iwhile WlfWhOI e nse.l lor BBBBftBg tlHVf-SBpl %  %  i tin' Communist," lleslon ^__*?^ *JL2 added RICE COMBS TWO tlWHjBaVDd OBBJ "l liCa ll"" British Oulaiu ws brauihl U tlie IsUiild BaBABTda) b) tin schootiei "FrSBrea \V Smith". OUior caxao ol this vmtti tm St* TOO bisg. "t ih,uco.ii. I %  -.Hi and a ease < Ub i i rasa .loth The "Iraiuea \V. Smith" is tl %  cargo today 4 from I'age 1 .'oiu ii.d been wounded Yeslerd:i entiageinenl Utwu-n Mac* U 'loops and tanks 0GCUI "d on the heights 2 miles north of Oi,, i Five tanks were laporied to IMVIbMB knocked out l An i'n .HI gunners and infanlrv %  M two n on Aiiieii.nii eaMi.ilties were believed to have bat ii baHweaa 15 und 2U per cent of the men engaged. One American was shot dead as he was aiming at a tank which Bar./ok* teams had been stalking. Amerli.iiis were today hoping for better e.dliei tO en.ible aifilafl t.i fltmd American carriei NOTICE DTK lo increase in Ihe cost if rnittrlalt for nukliii MTiitctl drinks, BeeWUtsU turBl (oicrd lo sell Bajratfjfj States Gu'.' ml. %  ... the V'I lib reply to UM -Rruter. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION St Martin's Boys' School St. Philip Applications are LttVl I i %  %  School from teachers with Bt la The minimum professional qualuli I'l-.n raqutl I ttflcata A of Ihe Department or an 'i"' 1 Salary will be in unwilim.With tho tl"\.i'.inent Beala (or II.-id Teachers in a Grade II Klenieir.n v S. %  huol. Candidates who have already submitted B| speel of previous vacanru". (D0"N llUad] may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent testimonial. All olhcr candid.tes should make application on the appropriate form which may bo obtained from Ihe Department of Education All applications must he In the bands of the Director of Education bv Saturday, loth July. I50. 8 7.' SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. aad Anlwe.y M s itratsii IA Juh i H nth. H 1 ill. i BA v i%  4 6 Slh '.,ii„. fiaaa Ani.lr.dara and .i V \ I —l I Julv list ^ .iiri.'A A.igu.t iim -.in... la Nadalra I'laiaaalB AM.-.a aad Ar-.leigam .i .si U> July 1Mb VI > (IHANJEHTAK %  Augu.i Bml BaJNBg la l.lnlf.f I ... llriit.ia.a Hi '. u I I..IV III). U %  it..Mil. July Flth | p HUBBOM SON A in i lit The M V I 1 win . T.I No 404.7 ith Ju %  Canadian National Steamshi'vs 1 lb. Jack i British i m I Ml Oil HANDICAP — II CLASH %  II BIOM.-. II AU BABA (C Lutchmani %  Ii CURNAIXJ .Heidi t lb^ <3i ROSALIND .J.-epbi 114 lb> i llllEAO BOY .J. I .'. II....IL. Tun. Ifrtl ^e.•ft. ASN'n HAMHCAF — B CLASS 4 I I i % %  • %  ,. 'H LADY I'INK (L. Lutchmani 113 an* %  Si (H-EASI'EAItl. Vu.ii.li 12* lb. • 3' HIU1IKN HANI) New main IK I lib. .4. LAND MARK .Holder. .Hit, 1 IS -res. Prize Pig Bites 1 OOSBAM DEAN, BafQIaAMD. T. II. Copas was bitten by a pig he was judging at an agriculture show. He had Ihe wound sliUhed In Iw-pital. letoriied ID the -ln.w .11 -i awarded the pig second prize. STARTING YOUNG MIAMI. Kussell Tongay, junior, -l Miami, tr. UIIIDK ai an utt'iniit Oh 1 . h rhannel in August, got his picture in Ihe paper* today after swimming 22 miles down the Mississippi river On his ncx! birthday he will be five years nrcrafl struck yesterday at other argata. In a dawn attack Ihev i-iunded airlleld installations on the north west coaat and hit airh.'lds held by Communists south t Ihe 38lh purallel. American Super fortress struck at three imj-irti.nl Noith Korean rnilwav mil;.CaUBsUJ extensive dam1I >1 111 had weather 74 B0S> ics were made yesterday. Three pens were knocked out of bridges lorth of Yongo airlU-ld on the astern coast, A bridge at Sinan|o north of Pyongyang the northern capital damaged and al Pyongyang i'self a bridge described as a secondary target, was possibly (imaged It was slated. No North Korean aircraft were rtcountered but moderate to heavy anti-aircraft fire was re* j.nrted In several locations. BBrticularly near Seoul. All planes elurned without any datii.it" — (Keuter.i HELP IIJ-RK wllh i.revlmn onVr ISO SO pte OFFICIAL SALE AUCTION UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER A, Col Garage. Proton S'.ret on Friday neat Tth July at aharp 1 o'clock-one Konll IS car damaged. Terms Caah D-A.cr A Scott. Auctioiia*r f Anl.laal Cai HORACE PARRIS. Defen ,i,binn: tiiat by virtu* of %  B Order of the Assistant Cult u' Appeal dated thr list del of Mai ISM there will iBt sale to the highaet bidder M the Office of the Cle.k of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court House. Bridge to am, betoeen the hours of II inoom and S o'clock in the afternoon BH llth da> of August IS50 All that certain piece or parcel of lam %  ituate at Newbury in th* pariah of "-aim George and Island alue-ai.l containing vent %  ... sTi-.,. 1 grptiv Appll.ntlon l-dy and get re.ite.1 m Aaaaa4gfJI to do ...I office -...* lldenlia'i.' I' (1 4.7 as. m A GARDENER App nr. Blshup's Court Hi M M S Sklr. Nflchael LADY-fo Apply in w M.niger the Oft Itlnc and ". Hotel R.iy.l MISCELLANEOUS %  1 l"ilth frontagea both on James Street and Busby a Allr> > together artlh Ota 1-ullding. the.eon the prop*' Eat of Sir* St K O Wile., drc-d Iher particular* and rondmo* 11 Ht'TCItlNS-iN perche* or thareabouti ab-.tllng and bounding on lands formally of J. II but now of Maude Holdtpp on ol Cottage Plantation on land* formally of Jas %  Couithruat but no" ..f (Je.trude Pilgrim and on a road In n eight feet avid* leading t„ thr road or however clae the .am* K. _Inil and bound, and If n„t 1 u>ld Ihe aald property will be set __ for sal* on esery .ucrerduK PnSBS %  ame hours until the aamr Ii aold for a sum not leu than 104 1 ANTIII TO Bl M ni-lied ButigaDR MORSES —PILLS No Reply NrrrflfasTj Says Gromyko WNI>ON, JULY 7. The Soviet News Agency Tai in a statement broadcast by Mos cow's radio early today said declaration made by Sir Davi Kelly. British Ambassador 1 Moscow, required "no reply on In part of Ihe Soviet Government Taas said Kelly — who yesterday! iiw Deputy Foreign Uinlsltl Oromyko at the Soviet PonlBpl Ofllce — had made "no proposal* I to the Soviet Government for the peaceful regulation of the Korea who restricted himself to expressing the hope that the conflict in Korea would In time be iciinlatcd." Taas added The Ambassador tried to see Gromyko last Thursday. The Deputy Foreign Minister staled to be too busy and ha saw M. Vyesslav. an official of the I Department of the ] FUM-IKH Office. %  Ha expressed to him Brit.on'" '-oncern Ihat Russia would use her nfluenee to bring Ihe Korean %  MOOT — —-— %  jSM IJ.I || e>MlagalgB BBS 'Jef.r.. Beer I T-i" Cfta !" U lalt'-'Jff '"Tl I hu artutaa. toil TS'^ w l,l'J^f*'i:^ ,* For Rent or "A— ii- Ta-n llaanen Large double Hedroo.ii %  ighl Partv near to city .am-ra. cl'thir.. .. I %  *-. laaral -ilrf-ell. Ill Fir*Fle. Dated this 31 %  ip-a I v Q 1 Meaner Apply B K .: %  .,%  p.. %  to an end. Yesterday Sir David 11.-. j moned by M. Gromyko. — iReutrr.i REMOVAL MHIl I Di. J. E. BOSWICK Orthodontist and Dental Surgeon has removed from 132 Roebuck St.. to Tudor St next door to the Tnber... Ii.50— .'SSASSSSSSSSS. CR9WN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY MINkINC THE NEW CaWWN GINGER AEE



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I Kill \ V II I | BARBADOS ADVOCATK PACE FIVE Give Your Blood IsA.s Mrs. Savago IN TMi %  leasi Important of which is the development of blood I %  %  . %  : health;, perm seriously injure I | —•• n ;.r. .-. or our children or relatives, m out warning And OUIM the position of requiring a blood transfusion it we are to recover 01 an injury patienti who nee laiona are able lo VfOBIMsH.lriSlKOMV.nr,., : s. Ruela arrived in Barbadoa bio ii rhetr bUm during last month than in May In nutchee the patients Uood .1 %  92 (aim From Venezuela la-! Month too often the rest I the 1 In wm i n l n g] tl 1 or friends, tim 1 then ere no DM sltag retalable, or th blood M.I> .mi. SB arrival were recorded from Venezuela while the figure Tha n t uab e r "i planes lafdi"| at Seawell decreased last month in May Mil Bight! Mt| I ihete wen month. %  mg last month was 893 aa against ^11 in .V were 708 as against 1.U32 in May. S PEEDY MOTORISTS air caught by r BOt only m the Cltj l>ut also in the country districts, A Speed Trap was set by Cpl. Cyrus, along with PC tfig Small in a St. lies. George district during the m QtOI P oi t l\ II le*e ilvrn h> Mr 1 in >Marhe ttiiiiiir.i eht • %  Ml Jme of Ihr Hrl Indus 1 nieoeaM] t oMege id.1 of May and as a result three motorist! appeared licfore the Distriet 'ii Vuiuv Magistrate, Mr. C. W. Rudder on Wednesday and wero heavily fined. Cpl. Cyrus preferred the charges while Sgt. Inniss, of the District il' muon prosecuted for the Police. Archie Drayton of Windsor all progressive countries In wild the medical authorities ited .1 system of blood <>f blood that is. a hsl 04 in emergency arose lr •: %  .: ould be prepared 10 small quantity of thou blood for the heiiellt of their fellow beings who so urgently require their help. Blood droop Tc be donor ; p;t..l 1 MR*. A W SAVAC.F test is satisfactory, your name and registered at a blood 1 would attend the hosa specimen of your ... to be tak. Tenantry. •>:. (.eoi^e. who waa and you would be told your charged with driving motor car blood gro.ii whfc J 19 along Brighton Koad. m helpful to v.., George on May 4 at 41 miles per all] t^ !" ,. uU1 m,vp b cn f,,l!l ""* Bead 1 blood treni.oing J*I miles an hour, was fined f liM , an emergency. If th. 1.4 and I cost! in four monthly instalments and ins licence was 1 :..! % %  ged Urvln Clarke of Hop*WlL St Thomas, drivei ol motor lorry T 17. who was chained with driV%  ng the same lorry along Bulkeley . %  1 er 99 miles an hour instead of 20 1 I end 1 %  Hli Ucen 1 costt 111 three monthb Instant %  Crlehlow of Hulk. I St. George, the drtvei -t motor lorry G 13 Me was charged with driving along Bulkeley Road • >n May 4 si u Instead of 20 %  lea. His in all butane '.valued the drivei to 'up -i--e-1Lnf He is! 1 that ipesillng la dangcrous and a serious offence W ATTS VILLAOr.. St. GeorRe. was i %  %  f unrest throughem! .. sldenta of %  let could be heard talking about the rooant death of Hets Clement and raaUng % % % % %  comment!. ^ mm vw .__ Police were constantly guarding t liup would be registered at the the house involved and everyone hospital, and if the need arose had an inquisitive look on then .,,>,, %  ....,.. convenient for roil {a !" ?to attend, you would be asked to 'TMIF LOSS OT A LADY'S „, mc to the hospital (transport X WRIST WATCH %  .,!., 1 ns being provided it nacesury) toi was reported by Delema McKentk %  ., uuaed quantity of blood to of Westmoreland. St. James, be taken. May I assure you that KeKonsle told the Police that ttn the iilood is quite paliileee from her in d the quantity taken relatively l "'tween 11.30 a.m. and 12 3o %  mail, the maximum being lea* pm. on M . [,1m. which all bealthj C PL, ( RAHiUF.LL of the Ccnpeople can spare, not only withtral Police Station reported OUt any trouble or ill effi that the stoic of Messrs. Tham eornetlmee with benefit to tho Brothers at No. 6 Swan Street W0S health "f the donoi 1 and entered at about 10.45 pin. on Tuesday and a quantity of A reglftei "< blood goods rei maintained ot the Qeneral HoiThe Police ire investigating n Dltal but more donors an report which came from Prince ly required, and I have bt Adams of Urax Hall Woods, St. ed to appeal lo the people • %  George, who said that $87 in cash Barbados lo ward withwas removed from his jacket OUt delay and volunteer for this IKM'ket while the Jacket was hunt; must cesentlel service lo others. up at his home on Wednesday. My husband and 1 have alreadv A N ACCIDENT OCCI'RRED si offered nunclvca as blood donorr the corner of Roebuck and I <( m now asking each one o( t'lumpton Streets at about 3.30 you listening to me at this mo[ m. on Wednesday between motor mant to join in this crusade 11. M 1189, owned and driven Blood donors sre paid $5 lor 1 tnuafuslon but what is far Road, st. Michael, and e ,,„.,.. irnportant md the fact that you may havi thimeans of saving the life i>i >ne of our family or that of a fellow Barbadian. From tan pie in Barbados I appeal for 1100 volunt* eili you arc healths and willing to tea send your full name mo by tddreaeod to Mi S.r. ,i..< 1. n : %  % %  nl H getown. and I will arrange for the Hos%  %  %  .; lest. Age %  I B] to come t in in tin%  I'.. 1 . Hi 1 %  . MM! Uti Oo.rn I .1 1.-cut Receiver Of Stolen Goods Gets Three-Year Sentence At Yesterday's Assizes NORMAN HUSBANDS wai tajntancctd to three yoart' pemal servitude, for receiving slolen goods, W bound over for inllictinK grievous bodily harm, Louis* v.ttiim was (>m on probation for m months tor utterini cumont and William Bayna Wgg aoqulth bui^itrj at >esieni.iy's Bitting of tinCourt ol 'HIS. His I: Chief Justice Met In Prison Sir All.,: tneasee the Cm .ltd the Pi ;. I \ T %  %  stand, a dffl graced >OUIIR nuii" Ihr il. t,> tinprisonei Chief Juothe tbIJ Mulliu who that 1.1. ni. ii raitti iisi Thssilei i ulleriiu a lorurd d • unirnl \|| %  ag wbe was le have n.-r _,,, lied la-i sundav -^our K „ van neesfaheae Si There A lbin lv Chief .lustliv said. bei.iuoe the alterallon w such that II would nut have drcrh Ml .ili.uiir ullll in. rfiw" %  %  She 18 W ilfred p.,, i next 1 two—cm '. hai 1 %  1 %  Ith (1) HI ill ling gnevo 11 bodily harm on Lilian Maughn with intent to maun, disfigure "i do other .1 harm i2) with unlawfully and mi Inflicting Brievou! Uami ai 1 is horne I da ipi 1 ould not I Bghl tiiat l %  •... U>nd 101 Pan %  1 ungs. Three Mabel C11, tUOW, Mill* i nl Whit and Ursula Newton told %  1 Uiey knew "nothing aboul lh hj hart i,,, i ustneai badUy "W 1 nghl irith M Bght with the Kit 1 Parr is said in her own defence end 1 Ihe King *ihe denied havl harm on Maughn. Th" Jury found Pairl n the second coi 111 that 11 1 mmcd up. certali I with the at nether young man On ... ne with Ihe keys whh h %  throe %  1 i Ci and be said that %  %  Pasaro 11 had had that He laid that lie bad %  remember. She knew Hie b %  \.n. s Bog 1 IN evidence thai %  p c Devi 1 to Bril H 1 5b i. i.id HUB%  ,,. ted In Oordi %  ... mle and .1 rutln 1 Ulll fi-: %  %  1 % %  Pssero had pen They went • I %  %  %  I. I \\ eek-end School Vl Codriiigton Uon 1 %  %  %  %  I s B>. ] iington. \ \ 1 %  1 llarruto* N W Legal), A i N Lewis, I) I > y \ p %  I 1 1 Be ." R i i' v n M %  I H A 1 % %  %  %  %  %  n I %  %  I \ %  ..1 1 %  %  %  1 .'. the gera 1 Authoi itn 1 swimming % %  whom h> %  TO-DAY'S SPECIAL!! COCOANUT CREAMS •h In ioiiH lilflr. KNIGHT'S LI I). IMMIIK Smla rmiiilain He to tin Hg, m.mlis 1 i; Ungs Aw %  1 \: %  % %  %  a shllllni 0 Britton'l Hill Station nnd % %  lung Be made %  %  lemenl 1 iem< I 11.. %  %  p . Ihe noun %  %  thai Hi* 1 B red him Ihe pet purcnai %  11 toi 10 He % %  bad paid .... Lash With Hoe The story for th.' Prosecution on April 18 Ih Lilian Maughn. AgriCUll PS bourer of St John e/BB <". 1 f %  > it:,breakfast for her huaban reachmg j Ash ford Road vW Pan known from rSot ,nspircd lie told Pa another tash acroai the right "' n "" M ". n "' 1 -' I.ami "' Ihr bashel dropped out ol '' '"' ,H months MauEhn's hand and she held ,. I'arris with her right hand. r.vielence Weak Bettl f them itniBiIrd for Ihe WIUJAII BAT H haa while Maurhn shoutrd IU f I .i an I enb 1111111I.1 (.enetha link. 1 rtmr Uia III IBM I up and claimed Ihr hoe and I BTry fj I'.in is hulted Mauihn llnien oi, the mouth, knorkinc telonj AflBI J "I'llhri'." out tsra o-eth wife, ami two <: Falling Plank Injun's Tiro HOI 1 1 bam 1^' %  I 'th injut %  I VI, I I .... %  %  Mveeaa r and IK MI 1.1 I'ul iris %  .,. Hi and got into %  Sei Prini %  1 %  hurt The; hip and 1 1 which bi %  Pants ran through Ihe %  • Courtney Smith of Cottage. St. (ieorge and ridden by r; '. ., % %  : | 1 bury. l.eii'.v Smith, who was on the bar nf |] %  ."Hired (,11 tnright fOOt The cycle was extensively damaged. A SHOW, w nit 11 will be riven by the Mobile Cinei Mark 1 School p ature St. phdip lomghi, will conclude Ihl ihe Cinema, it will be for the hcneilt of tithe St Mark'. T H L "H.\( KI.KOIMl OF III I 1(1 Itlll IINF tl. %  when the V M 1 A I 1 tonight ..%  MI.C.A Mi II F .1 %  vlted, 1 Panti Prom The Talloi "'"" '" !, %  mannerol tioapiuil Then dbe wai seen by '• nuon -md ha would not pi I 1 1 Itrect (in bandi Dr. Copland who U the I 11 ; "" lurther with ll %  In Buttli that Maughn had be>-n nUTerirjg "H'"' the Cl lo him I a-.1 laceration and dllioCaUou !"" went on tO direct of the right I rhera I irn 1 verdict of not ilMy Th 1 '" %  •" l ""' pafcal with him and .ihey did, an I tha mg 1 barged. %  continued ti> to the ptieraaer Dr. Sobers returned from Mc It the dishxatinn about 10 p m and I %  tused by AM the Iron) Bceuaau failing *m her own backdoorhad baansirakei "'.'. \ .. v are 1 the %  w 1 1 th< Maughi .: %  %  %  .. pair "'• Klsson and flannel 1 anti Sin told hint, and than Bgl Clarice %  to htra Ha earni • that other thh missing %  %  end %  aucors, four ha 1 II pens and the pel j when she was shown thei Clarke who bro thei .1 pantthat Ii. u :. %  from the (allot ureal fr< n n %  %  ..... H liu-l 1 N jbruai p.i 1, III! I U iti %  t' 1 the die fenci Bhi ..1 ill % %  11 on Ihe rilgbl of U Mtii Februai king with a mai died %  Mice" H %  %  %  Husband %  1 %  .! up ih, I %  %  %  rd that II KUlltj -.( I 1 %  • .1 Ign %  ptember 2. IIMU waaoi DsBcember N He FRESH STOCK Of itrlin'ous (nnhlHiiiiT) at WKAiiii;i!iii;.\irs Mtota ... > .,,,,1 1 IV.*.. '",'" k %  • 1.1 !.' %  1 II. II 4M iisprcl thetp in our Linen Dept. BATH KWI is 1 : ';;; '•" li1 <• %  ; ..i Wkh. ir„ m > %  • BI n sin 1 is '.. %  :u %  BI U sill I |,M. ""'' -v*.a „ fus,ti eu PgEJzssr a-ta* flasr "mi DAMASK II :'l ,,l "I I K IllMI I 1 is,. '"" %  '""" I M I Ul 1, yd. 1 >'ii.i: CLOTHS '"" I ' 1 "-' %  I B. Ill A I IIII SON'S "TT W hat son Today IniM Onhi VtarfBBBj it lull', in %  I ( ll rBRg IL Mark s KehaeJ r.lurr. -si Philip tl : 11 pin. Pence land i ii 1 %  Qeeei 1 Park it n 1.1 A HII.-II -IIII'MIVT Ol PURINA POULTRi CHOWS TW 1'ullar.l OH..., %  ,,.,,. } J N ....I l..„ '", •' % %  ami I.... "'• IL" I W ,„,.,„ '.;:,;;." %  ^ %  %  >< %  "",-X: i . i .'''.";::.' %  ,: %  ,.' %  faaauh Is 1 leg Uesg "''. ''""' Vasartbreed a Marie' n. • I 11 1 i,, 1 ,, lii'i hnniHiiin 1111. "' %  '• TOR ALL CLASSES OF IJVSURAIVCE CONSULT A. N. BRYDEN & SONS (linos 1.111.) AGENTS FOR M TIONAL EMPLOYERS Ml 11 1/. GENERAL INSURANCE ASSN. I/I I). Ill) Mnl'iK < \t M 42 whuh was OXli icrldert ' A ' %  ternoon about 3 rkgti -id bumper of the I-: .eed The car. the pio nerty of .) <; .laikman of Bay ^treet was beli Archer ot Oreen Park Lone, while the lorry ov. D I Rock, was being driven by Gladstone Britton of Thornbury Hill. Christ Church. Supply Irono II JASON JONFS A Ilitlrlhators CO LTD %  %  %  r\ fflW Ifllt hff trii-mli of Ut-t /#• ili-ti Dull now oflei n vnriely nf Locally made CHARACTER DOLLS S.l.OO A SII.OO Locally Knitted .md made GOLLIWOGS SI.U0 ea. Decorated Small BASKETS BUS ea. VERY SI HAW.!. GIFTS FOR CHILDREN CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. HOMK PRODUCTS DEPT.



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rmn.w. tWi > itM BARBADOS ADVOCATE ni.i i mil I Soaring C.O.L. Drives Martiniquans To France Say$ Returning llouseuife in Martintq i • i U* who has just rctu.nod \d\m.U, %  > %  %  • lyinK Hsh sometimes cost 1(1 acquired. UMUtWlfe'l Delight Ii was the bnuaowttara daUghi D to HitHah market m her '4i "i otherwiea even ax late as I o'clock at night to srrt her llsn BJ it was sometimes brought from 10 mUaj up the coast to the market to be cold. Wine Is a necessity to all French people and the; price has been kept down remarkably wi-ll althouali Champagne which waa formerly $2 00 n bottle is now || ,,ii tld that the buses arvsmaller than those here and an* not as comfortable, bat can hJi*a from the viator's point <>t view hi about the name. For entertainment, there arc a number of cinemas, one of the beat being the oiympia which is i : % %  furnished and gives two shows a day. In addition I full fledged bar which is opened day and night. She attended the las! %  Ihe season given by | full fledged -vmphony orchestra ;it the Fax Ira she aald %  Started by a Roman Priest rr en Prance and ome very heavy classical in L, lc b} Russian and German the like i'i which the had never heard In the Wt Indies except perhaps In British Guiana. Re-idrnts of the Ooveffti :ven most Ihousei at the Pine Estate "re %  ehteh wee • .pie for %  %  aflat tltev had been re. %  %  • aidant, "There are moments", one resident told the Adverate yesterday. "when my family and I almost forrcunwteooai which made us come here" She said that those men;. i.illy of an evening when her children had from • %  ehool and were 00 the village green wee no place for the children lo play near their old i %  % %  %  any houses *• I 111 are;i Now (j ren have ,i big posture which to strong breezefrom %  At tins tune, % %  %  • % %  Ihe popular tame of cricket, being played— their pen nl tokln PfPC-SMORlNG BERTK OOMEB Ooddard (Cricket leader) lha Suiai Team) ttandl next to 1 aunhiti*: John 'Sea-Shell" Tanks • %  r Inn don Corr*ponlwi> LONDON. Verena. second of the t-ni I di lined to play %  rt in carrying crude oil i. %  eflnery ex* programme, was launched .II June 29. By the end of July, two more • i i dollar-waving oil than any so far launched in Europe—will befitting out. TIL,' ii \>el, the Velatina. launched bj rilliKi Margaret is Ire on her maiden the Peretan Gull iomc '.mo in August. The four DM tankj P "e r sea-shells Each one of them is capable of making eight round trips from the Per lar Oull every year, bringing 200,000 inns of crude oil to Britain. The snipe are owned by ihe Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company, ihe Shell concern. The launching ceremony yesterday was performed b Lady Bleeaor, wife of the Ihe Air Staff. Sir John Sicssor. it Belfast Speed Trap Nabs Another Motorist i ATIICAUT JORDAN. Bfl enBtneer of Two Mile Hut, Wcw vea> terd 13 ordered to pay i %  • %  i £4 in two months for exceeding i limit with Ihe motor car M-H97 alonk Martlnrhuea Koad on April 87, when in. apite A. J %  I'pl Jones who brought the ,u % % % %  it.i>: .;,!,• -h;il A. %  i I P7. lie wag on duty along Martinilales Roail with another constable lestmg the speed of nhlclea 1 .'i. no yard I apart Ho n the car M-ll!? appioaihing ban goimc lowarda ihe country md %  earned to travelling at a last rate As soon ag the front wheel tourhed the blue Ui*> which he had drawn ucro s th<. road, he %  tartad nh scop wagon and then walked towards the other constable UcCleon who also had rtop watch The two watches ;, al di' %  aim* lime and read 50 and 43 seconds respect.vely thus giving a difference of .'> seconds, which Is calculated to to he 41 miles n> p h The Speed l'mit In this area is 20 m p h Forfeits Car MR II A TAl.MA. Clt, P illci MagUI ate, ordered N. E. %  Swan Street n < in forfeit his Oldgmobile motor car last Mondav after h he rendered i ooeultatl' %  and lechnloaJ aenatance tc Ihe health authorities during an ouii reek : rabiea on 'bat island The outbreak Occurred end of March and was Identified M raUei In Ihe Rabiea I il i lory of the ConunuidruDie Disease Centre of the us. Ptihlk Hniiin Uontanejxarv Alabama. It WBS reported to the Pan American Sanitary Bureat, in order that tae otbea 11 unli H Caribbean region be notified nrut ..ii.ii'i tc take precautionaryir ,'.. %  UM i.. previ 'lit Ho int.. Hi. Tion of the disease In their respective tenitories At the same time, the Bureau I an invitation, througti the US. Public Health Barvic*. from the Commissjonei i Health of Puerto Rico. T>i /unn iu send an ob %  the I' ^> lirrltorv More Food Subsidies For B.II. Strong recoil n %  further grai i -. ..,,„.,. continued udnol ttaanahd iowlstuffs have been n,^ Secret N %  CehmhiJ %  > • told 'h. 1 1 Council, la nl o| tUOjfnn %  when Ihe %  dollai v.. ilev.ilm-l came to an %  i a June 30th \ M yet bi calved by the i eni on it* raojueal for i grant, bul tiOovei (hat they will be malnti July. A reply hai been iv ihortfj •II of Sermons LONDON. Baven-hairpd, glamorous formw D di Strudwleka, BrltahVi "hot gospeller in nylons." returned f'om n preach iug tour of th'? 1 United Stales because 'England: 11 rc-awakening.' The beautiful 25-yeur-old < 'iing American nylons, high-heeled shoes and g ti-'ht-flltlni; costume, said: "Though I loved the Americans I l in v i had I < come back hen, where 1 leel I nm needed." i Abo doe* not drink. • -up, go to dances, end has no \M\ Irienda, will rest a month behot" sermon" throughout Britain —; v The Weather TO-DAY Bu i:.-5.43 am. sun sel* ; 6.25 p.m Moan (New) July 15 l.lKhling: :.0 p.m. Ilirh Water: 9.32 sm,. 9 56 p.m. VK.STF.R1IAV Rainfall UodrhiKlon) Nil Tout for Month to Volerday: .05 In. Temperature (Max. K6.5* F. I>mi>eratiire iMIn I :2.5* F. Wind Direction (9 a.m ) F.. (3 p.m. I F. Wind Velwilv. 11 mile* per hour n-irnmeler <* am.l '• II nm i IBJMI BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY LMPttRATION LTD. 'In,' CASH a signed Di Aureliu Malaga lo nuke on-the-apot ob%  erVOtlona of rable-. cases, and to oUaboraie with Ihe uuuhu beelUi Buthoriliet in the rtudj of the iidetniotogy -.r the (!i-ea*c Dr al.iga assisted Dr. I: Tierkel. of the (1 s I' II S u, %  JVlng %  OOUrtM in liiboraloi> : rabai n-' t Puerto Rico's Di-pi of Agriculture on the problems related to rubu* tontrol MciiMiren Applied The outbrnajk of rabies was Itrst numtforted in the towns of Saint fust Tot Alta and Cutk and ni-.iil.ir health authorities Immedlatety placed theee three -i"-.i uiulir ((iiaraTitlne. At the same paign was launched to round up and vaccinate all the sir;,. dOgi Wlthll %  radlu i two kilometers front the centers nr Infi-ctlnn Three thou and dogs were about four thousand slrav dogs were kllle.1 In an effort to )M> May Also Be farrier Of Rabies : H Malaga, it was bj health i In Puerto Rliu that the mongoose acted as a possible vector Of rabies on the island. Tills animal was introduced from Ja m aica in l*n io kii, rats during a plagtif epid.-nuc In India • i S %  ii-h Africa, the mongoose is considered one of the principal I rabiea. A mongooec-treppim-. • %  undej way h^rouuKMii In oider to dsrternune whethi animal is the rabies vectOI I d carrier ot uifeclion duniifc Ihe recent outbreak Dr. Malaga observed U DOM for the total cradicaUon of rabies from Puerto Itico in view oi the effectivi meeaurei Dial have been taker the insular health authorities. Kilt ill Disease The Advocate t day m an Interview with Hi F N Crannum. Actint Director of Medical Services thai i i .... % %  if the brain tissue and is due to Ihrougl the bit "' a rabid animal. The Bymptomi followed by n difflmltv m swallowing end Social Jusi'.ii Is Monthly iHirhida* Ailiarju I m ri.n,t4c HI I BE) \7V A in newi papei %  : H %  1 Workera' Unit %  I %  i % %  I I %  um illors. led primarily lo further the caina df unlonlsni rn The ii paper uToy i i in-ill.nuSlj House Falls On Kou DttlHini which I at %  %  througt (ho | 111 %  irthei I i strl whli-mot) %  en com* %  -It, %  %  .. •!.,. city (itls AgrirullurtSrholurships AN TKit'A 1 lei Lett of AnUijua has bein le, %  hulaishlp for %  dlpJonUJ Agriculture ai the Imnerlal %  : i ',.i. :ii Agrtcultui and will elder in OctObCJ (ioi't. IIOUSC To lie Painted it.,i..,i.. new law cefreenwdsMi ANT1QUA ft is on lerttood thai AnUgui antiquated Oovernmeni Rouai In ItH iamt throughout the Ii %  olour i BUM %  %  n late September. NOTICE Kxtortion Trial NASSAU, BAHAMAS, Jub B. Ni • hola Miugri i. :<<• Chief J Lee OBI aid Ban. crofl it the opcniug ol thi B i 1 pi. ed 11 %  aulltj tu ihrss i and two %  ruu ..i wrltti n fJ dent) oi grlevoui harm against Lad) Oakee. The trial hai been posti-iiiied to the meni l* HI derenec coui ll ami i. i. . e that the defer* %  i read •• ... eed lomon Kheduh I, Attomev Oenei-i John Cole who w i i pro • i %  on Monday f, i Iielan.l on v..c.,tlon end will not be returning before October, i Sparrow star prosecution now or: en All lean I Marl Phillip Oakv ../i .. Bali oi e i.oo %  i Hooker Bros. K i* conol their ii'iereitt have ifpi I'oinl Four Aid W l-|l(IIU(l M-I| adBB a result of the Commlasiona work uui we.-k, for thPfi i be held In Curacao whn Ol all ten none-. nmMeMher lot t %  htll inniiuun eeonefB ic problems, %  nl of %  cultural policies The iiot-ibihtv „i %  il assistance In t Kiel III! %  i i end i.muM Stassi 1'iHin K. Pro gramme was weteomed bi tin Ion ri %  • Be< ret bfnl ** to i raw un %  neclflc protect! ..f ., i^onej frurn theee onartera Hoi toooldei itlon by Oon II en) rourlem eronsandaed i > the Cominison as .i h-id m ,vhlch such asalsbOUld IKsouRhl The • Beerehir) of the Carll 1 '"i Intet Im fnurlam <"< mmlttet %  a. invited lo addrea il %  • Com bis prettrnlnai %  ob 11 tratlona during the rapid tour of lie .iivii which he had i leted lo eacamlne tourl t fai tUtlei ootl for UM biucai confemice, m 1951 v.-i. shipment, Ba herlei and nous an>a will aweli to tadal and rtkularl] ind agrladdhional res Set Back For Doctors %  %  %  %  Peikra %  .nr -eevtce oral practi nts patter W as well .. added: "Haw ra the man t-'!i %  tin* beef d i %  i %  i i %  %  IM s worth) I N p H i rm %  will mostly bi 'hi failurn i pftal i potnl ithai befoi • no) RM ha id lo tin sorvka th* i ounhr) Ban noa th> 11 %  at iboul %  w part of the health en-van JC-ra; speeialun .. %  . i i \ -> For \\ eallu'r Prophet%  %  %  %  %  an 12 i.ourTheie id to seaopinion k-1 %  < ii : It nits Traps \" i\ i:r 11. i ( Cuatosna BJ I sang new btgh I radio telephone equlpn i la • %  %  n I Iiin-w is l ui|>uini1 enables i %  i to in much n/aj .1. police petrol i ai i %  qulprm nl wni I Red aa an nl on Ihe i uthri Vlgflani %  v.-1 .i great %  %  i it Inatalled In other shlpa i Beet. The Vigilant carrlee two hut -no foi Bno i eatl %  i.-i fin rough sees Both I ovaj hat i Buaph IOUJ vessels, have been iihle to ki*p toiub with their parent shi|, tin new nnuipment ah UH hlai potduned i" ihe u frequenc] i N B Bishop's Crockery Stolen 'Uarlhiiioo ASVorati si JOHN'S in the absence oi the Bishop of Antigua and htn Newnham Lodge wa ago and a number of silver and crochet? olen. death. UwnunaUng in id that he del not know if the mot Intei tlot ahhougb innh a ponibihty of that animal Iteing thi resei votr ol Infection of thi for dogs in Puerto Rio in Trinidad he ald that the infection %  ihs vampire bei He did not think that there foi public alarm In Bart Ihe Introduction ol the here bi vary lud %  fi the mi antin i ins i-oit and *. The) hav, i : i : *ma)l ai %  m Ihe I1 .' %  r.rI WILLIAM F0GAR1Y III). (loiinnis at iiisri\i:riii\FOOD5 ur Tin mtseqii M-iiiiita.iur.T-. have derided ih.i repair* lo one of %  can no longer be delaved. the Company has In %  e hjd lo put IhU Generating Set flS) RW.) out of rommaiaien and owlnc lo the redurlion ol standby Plant now a valla hlf as a mult, may find It necessary lo shed load at Insert -lU durin? thr next fe month*. Our Consumrrs are asked to ro-operale by exercising Ihe UIIUIKI n UIIUIII> In Ihe uie ol f.lectriclly. particularly during i' I .k periud brlwrrn 6 3S and Mill p.m. unlil further noli. r. NUl June !"'.. v MOV, General Manager OROrVD BLACK PaVftBI llnly Powdered MaBBt Milk Allwn's Hliile Kollrd Oats Krjft Prepared Mnstarrt Cheese ullh Macaroni Jelly ,. Flavouring Fivrnrrs Moir's (hMafi 1'owdrr 24c or Chane A Sinborn (Oiler il-tb Tina> QesaaVl < ,. .I,,I (Sarled) INCE & Co.. Ltd. oiAi 2230 noaoc* IT •; imw i w*w ipWwww Parked In II nmg Spot: '2() f i K)|; pa | a ra %  >i.iretis 11 .V IM nidi ith. %  .. i guiltPun \ i 'i .i found i' It Phc i \ idenei l ad pui ked thi parrj s v.'hen iiuestiiim-ii b> awrtablc IM knovi thai thai area i arkine. Barrow, who ws \.\ couneel denied tl %  In lin h.nl i ito Ihe Custom M NO LIGHTS >/ MAGISTRATE A J HAN SHELL imposed ., i ixJ drlvei n| I hai %  l .rd Holden, who, the announce%  i %  %  urgent busincM —c* /' Doctors test 'Palmolivc Beauty Plan 9? Itussian Way %  %  i, In Ru ia, thi iment pay? %  1 ZVB] %  '. I XX>] ,-' %  Sovtei In Moscow thai iwo-thii U at ihe budget n /enue in it" came from tiim %  the i %  %  fro -PROVE 2 WOMEN OUT OF CAN HAVE LOVELIER SKIN — "&fri 3 FINK 1 Ml nitiM. is AI.M WS A JOY TO HI Mlll.ll OOT lililni inr Ih'/Hirtmi'iil "luts u isMrnily Popular Kf|>ul:ilion ffir %  JUST THAT I.ITTI.l: HIT MORK < AUK AMI ATTENTION" %  ui\r III ;ill nnliTs Inr Suil. Mnn\ ini-u HUM nrr suyini; 1-^ "I Always Gd .MiniMum •FOGA RTY'S" Thirty-nine doctors — ind tiding hhhjUng iWn jpecialltt* — have now <<>iti|>M iejK>il a deflnjhi aouV i able insrsrot the ((linplexioiK Ol i ;i omrn out 0/3. fSu||.itMl In -ii'iied -t.if nientt by the WtMBMB tliemsclvea.j I'.irliciil.ii iinpiwvenienta beerved wcroi" < Skin less oily Less coarse sm th* rc r You, too, ran enMCl ihosr -kin imiirovrmnt •n. nun .olmiMand | k '. It*SKi lilllpl' II you war Palinoln a .omplex Beenty Pnt -in only 14 Java anvki ggri Ifaa ill \,| U -/ fait 1.M Pdmtlii* Soap. 2 MuMa^t ba nVA, mUmtM lathn into yow '11 fk% on' /all minult. 8 Ki'nr. Du This (oi i.('ii. '. 1 .Njprove — MUWdnCtOi proved—tli.u, il ><-u keep your sUn cleansed li> Palrnolivr*i bcaw "il Inihn, you hill . kill' TIHT SCHOOL!,IKI. OOMI'I.KMON



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PACK EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCA1K I'KIDAV. JULY 7. 1930 Lancashire* Faces Another W.l. Defeat Worrell And Treslruil Bat Brilliantly LANCASHIRE — — 174 (and for 4) 112 WEST INDIES (for 8 dec.) — 397 LIVERPOOL, July 6. Frank Worrell and Ken Trestrail put the West Indies lour ing team in a position to complete th< "double OVtl Lincashire here today by scoring 227 for tbfl fourth wicket four hours. Thii mad enable I the Waal Indie* to declare ai It! tot elflhi wickets in their tint innings, in reply to Lancashire'* total ot 174 At the doae •'< play Lancashire had stored 111 1 their second hmilsga, and on the Anal day, tomorrow, Ihey require HI with six HflckeU to tall to : ., M Wlthea giving the slighted .lunce ana in spite of periods of dullness, the pair played the varied Lancashire attack with complete assurance Worrell was always seeking t-> punish the bowling and his chief strokes in a elaiakal innings of 159 were a six and twelve four-. UtotjaUH rl i haun oves his third century of the tour. It was not until he had passed 50 that Trestndl brought Ml powerful off-drives into action and he was unfortunate to lalter when seven short of what would have been hi* first century of the tour He made fifteen boundary strokes In his innings of 93 which lasted SCOT four hours. The Lancashire spinner (ireenwood secured i-nth their wickets ? a in five balls without conceding a run. Later Christiani and Gome; hit 66 for the sixth wicket in 55 minutes. Then in an In | Score* Lowlinjj spell. Pollard, ualni the | inirftri i -• Hi boll dismissed ('hristiani. i .". Williams and Gome? for thirteen R^fr,*, Ttr?jmr > aj tuns In five overs. Marshall rM...ii o u*i U.MIHI • b QrMnwwd Wickets fell at regular interval W when Lancashire went in to jMl . n second time ot the foul wicket .vhleh fell before bad light slopped • * M ( play five minute* before tune. Alfred Valentine had taken three for 12 and the touru g team are In n very happy position Uncommruhlr Wanhbrook and KHir-h ai UM P. cnmiiu-iii-emei,' %  -( 1 . %  second Innings' were ill gl NSfl gwti facing the pace IMIWIIIIK oi Johni %  • sun and Pierre The ball did not lift "i awkwardUsasil lv a* in the llrsl Innings but tl %  frequently mistmied When WashorieM %  '< %  brook stooped and a ball from **•" %  • %  • Pierre struck him in the bark he fg* was adjudged leg before *i' kt | ] When Christian! slumped the uncertain Ednch the West ludiemade another step towards a dca**n of molt ^lal>i iilnlniu .mar ljiuJmr F VVORRU.I. if 159 t/rsrerdnj/ ou hnlli minutaa before time. I wickets o fall, required 111 urn* to avoid n innings defeat >*. i.i..-...,k %  Ibw b Pollard Dailuw b PoIUid i i'. large crowJ including Queen Marv and the Duchess of Kent. Miss Bmugr. overcame I nervous start to l>ea: Miss Don* Hart •—. 6—3 M< Du Pont AmericB'i champion. )u>' outstayed Mrs Pulncia Tuild 8 %  4—8, 8—* Miss Brough now ha* a great beoorne the tim wom.in Win the title three yearHI Uxa Mrs. Helen WiUs urke, who won In 1927. 1928. id 1929. Mr* Du Pont won Ihe Wimbkm Crown in 1947. Finesi Slmke-Phyrrs Mb Weekes Rests Until Third Test LONDON. July 6 Sverton Weekes. West Ino.e test baUmjn pjrlka i ieting from the pMaM match with I a; Liverpool wag %  %  .i spc. luhsl foi caitilage trouble It is understood thai the m)..i is not serious and should not prevent him playing in the th rl Test beginning at Nottingham m .1. iv 20 Ma ssa ge and lir.litreatment, as -•II .,% rest, has t advised — (e|.r Looking Baek At The Second Test Kamadhin And Valentine Paralysed England II> I'.-n i IlilliMi LONDON tfxpeel Rainadhin md I Thr Wen Indict hive arrived. ,lo be *o suecewful In the next K. \: I I M • Local Cricket Season Opens Tomorrow The firal fixtures of the 1950 cricket season, will <| tommrow with four first, four intermediate, and lii aect division ^ames %  ei aaata kj DM Umpires w (Li-lev und Uon and Uig llartwd, ..Bataoii Rcmiinent hjs also put a tvur i sTIndward Brough played magnificently to heat Miss Hart, one of the !in.-1 -tr-.ke players In the game, who ti.ni boon strongly tiupird to Add the Wimbledon UUe to her recent French and London championship successes. A relentless stream Of ;.ngle,1 drives and crisp volley* pinned Miss Hart to the baseline for spells the second set after a great tlrt t effort in which the latter was ithin a point of leading 8—3. There was little to choose between the highly polished but contrasting plsy of Mrs. Du Pont and Mm. Todd. There was no i il." til.ii ivethead game, but the shear brilliance of the recoveries, the sharply angled returns, and the way they worked for the opening thrilled the discriminating crowd Iloth lound the corners with uiicanaj accuracy Mrs. Todd was perhap* unlucky to lose for she actually had set points In the first set. When play was resumed after 10-minute interval through ram at five all in the third set. Mrs Du Pont settled dow n Quickly. — (Reuler.) nto the field Central C.C new-comer to the cricket com petition tixtuees. Following are tomorrow', games and the I'mpii appointed. FIRST July sili. I Md 22nd Pickwirk v Combermcre, a' Hi.Oval Umpires H B Jordnn and .'. Bpallna. Lodge vs College, ai I-odge. Umpires L E King and G Brad shaw Carlton vi Police, nt Carlton Umpires 3 C Foster and D Poachford Spartan vi Wanderers. Queen's Park Umpires J It Walcott an: F L Walcott INTKRMKDIATr; July sili 15lh. 22nd Empire vs Cable and Wlrele-.t. at Hank Hall. Umpires C Archer and W. Archer. Y.M.PC. vs Mental Hospital, at Beckles Road Windward Umpires. C Beckles. Wanderer* v Bay. Umpires: C Clarke M Spsrtun. a Colly more and S Pickwick, at th Glbmn at CoraSKCOND July Hth. ISlli Combermcre vs Lodge berr Umpire-, C Small and Sisnett. College v* Y.alJ>.C, at College Umpires: W. Roach and R Plnder. Foundation vs Pickwick, at ." u. i .mil I WIMBLEDON RESULTS WIMBLEDON, July 6. Mixed Double* Fourth Bound 1 Cieurge Wortlungton and Mrs Thrill..! Long (Australia) beat Tony Mottnim and Mrs Jo Mottram (Britain), 6—3. 3—6 6—2. Women's Singles: Mrs Margaret Dupont i United States), best Mrs. Patricia Todd (United States) 4—6, B—6, 6—6. MeLouise Brough (United Slates) beat Mtas Doris Hart (United States) 6—4, 6—1. — (Reuler) Flying Fish And Snappers Battle To Goalless Draw During the Football Season, evrrylimr ttuj Spartan and Empire Clubs meet the rivalry between these two ti am* always draws a torlfflc crowd. TMM 1I alto the i %  %  % %  the Flying Fish and Snappers clash m the Water Poll League. Yesterday afternoon at the Then Snappers went on the Barbados Aquatic Club a laige olleiiMVe. Delbert BanulMer. crowd saw them battle to a lOVO Kenneth luce and Billy Manning all draw. in t!,n forward Una ami in reThc other schcpm bowlers produced by any country at any time The Lord's Tesi has proved th truth of these words Never have I seen spin bowler^ lake such command on a batsman's wicket %  two did The Engl batsmen appeared paralysed and, with the exception of Washbrook and Parkhouse, were completely unable to deal with such an attack Perhaps it would not be fair tn Test at Trent Bridge—where only one game has been completed this season Nevertheless, their ability to drop a ball lensrth. pinit. leall* v >pm prhlaa VaanttkM can impart snd the subtli-i> with %  | adhln can vary hi-i leg and off breaks, must mark than men OI'IMM. lll-IIAt AT THE EMPIRE PARAMOUNT PROUDLY PRESENTS DEAR WIFE It hardly seems possible but you'll Not Full Mrenetn Bin -' England, raanforead in, Trevor Bailey maa !-" % %  Coiupton. who tells mhe hopes ; u Bt falrl) O..II. i %  i i hghtiv Thas waw not full strength for U* l*aat but thai does oot In any *•) detraet from tbt brUliaii West In0i-s victory. At the am time. I cannot help tlnnkinn that Denis Compton would not have allowed Ramadhln ami '<• :'ito dictate UM course of the game as they did. To try and stay in the crease and play forward or backward to these two bowler* M iha rnalort) of the England batsmen did, was nothing short ot .suicide Wh.it WH icquircd was a pla>. .arable i I UJtn| hi '• • I | ball Compton could have done It. but m his abjanci lb i ie to adopt BUCB Quite honestly '.hiI am )ust was not good > sjaart, the Cambritig* iptaln. never looked the part of number four, and Bill Bench. number three, can scarcely :ve had a or*e Test match Bright Spark eond innniK" Gdberi Parkhouse. the young Glamorgan opener Impatient fter staying twenlv minute* without getting iff the mark, fee threw away his wicket .1 attempt Bat. wher England were snuggling for the second Una, ha i aa I i the resItl II: tort) -iht cl t %  nustiy century In fa i Ireum* and he could coi I imself unluckv to o< mil m IhC %  John Goddard. ti i Wt aptala and one of the l • o the wicket fielders in th" I i My Anal commei.i on this matcii thai Minion and Waabbraea despite inmaanll inaj cantur*—put England In i pot from which teeovvrv IHCUIII • impossible They both sacrificed their wuk.'ts by foolishly running out to the slow bowlers at a time when Ramadhln and Valentine had not got thejr grip on the game. B: rhoir actions they put the rest of the batsmen in mortal fear of ever leaving the crease, and 'he battle had been lost and won sl.m'iv after lunrh on the second to be called off, Poll' the match owing to two of Uieir players Snapper(I: Flviiifi Fish Due to ifenis Atkinson being unable to play. Flying Fish made a last minute change In their line-up, bringing in Peter Patter .son. Newcomer to the Snapper team was Frankle Manning who helped their defence. The game throughout was thrilling, both teams going all out to score. Each goal however seemed to bear a charmed life and good work by both prevented forfeiting Right up to the llnal whistle the illnes...( i.uli '.can, %  trlved t" notch what would be the winning goal and ipecUiuii, (Vera kept on their Iocs as repeated trie-. Ware sent in on each goal It was a thrilling match and the huge crowd were .veil -atisUed srlth the iM-riom-uince* of their respective favourites The teams were as folh FIsshMFUsV P Foster tCaptt, T Year wood. P Patterson, J Knight. P. Potter, ll Weatherhead and T Johnson. Taeiajin A Taj fan <; Mac ustodians t -| Can (cant t, C MacCfa I (net, D Bam later, T Manning During the second half Flying gnd II Mannine.. Fish sent in two certainUcs one | [>( referee wee Major A R. by Harold Weatherhead. a b.-auti|' Lt tci ful shot from the half way mark NeK| Tli,ii- %  a week He said: "It should encourage the pracUce of eonttntted activity rather than the Idea that one has to retire us u has-been' in the 20': early 30s" Sn Adiiphecontribution ui o this is a proposal to run a mile o V his 70th. 80th and Wlh birUda> • 11 "Froviding yoti don't stop any stage there is no reason wh> you mould noi continue to talc? vbjoroul exeicise until late in hfe." he paid "There is perhaps a great danMr if an athlete stops and thei: Erica to puk il up again. "Mut calcification of Uie artene.. inut the sertnu" eondltlon it fttl I once thought to l* INS They'll Do It Every Time ."""^-i—.. By Jimmy Hatlo • ON HER FEET IN PUBUC SPEAKING CLASS, VCUCT IS MUM, NUMB AND SPEECHLESS-" !" ^3 i %  CislJli'-dULa'J JVeTT CANT TMlNKPuusa LBT *e. SIT POwM • J B^n" 6ET AN EARFUL OF THE f ^ SHRINKING VIOLET AT HER DESK jJt* IN THE BACK OF THE ROOM • -— V' THAT'S DIFFERENT*" ltJ g^ <^ WILLIAM H01DEN k JOAN CAVLYmD I BILLY DE WOLFE 1 MONA FREEMAN EDWARD ARNOLD arWife FOR, jut HOWL or your? UPS; ARLEEN WHELAK MARY PHILIPS hb._ M BCHARD MAIBAIIM o — ,. RICHASD IIAV9H



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Frida.o July 7 I % .-. BarbaJws a5uucate Prirr I I V I F. > I > V e a r 3 U.K. SUGAR OFFER MUST BE ACCEPTED TV. Koreans Smash U.S. Defence Lines (B> ROY MACARTNEY) WITH TIIK AMERICAN FORCES, Kurt llll i r. MOgTH KORKAN TANKS today Lanafftaj U rvJrYu.mthci 28 mil. %  -, forcing American troops lo give ground in | aeeieg of rear yuard actions. t: built nwu Pyoagtmt k M mikm MUtbl I of Seoul. ..i. Let I Chotian 5M mil.** gouth Spotlight Hi.-. BxcUno> the Governor faced John (ioddard for an over when he opened the Princess Alice Playing Field on March 14. 1950. Mrs. Savage served the first ball on the tennis court. The Governor said it was the second Playing Field and Pavilion to be opened by him and provided from the Labour Wi'lfure Funds. "There can be no doubt" he said "that the money for these schemes is being appropriately utilised for they are the very foundations of the development of a healthy body and a healthy mind which are essential whether in the held of social economic or political progress". Nearly four months have passed since these hopeful words, when yes terday a representative of the Advocate visited the Princess Alice Playing field Passing the Weights and Measures office he followed the line of electric poles which almost bisect the playing tield. On his way he passed what must once have been a cricket pitch and near which some six or seven sheep were grazing tethered to stakes. Branching off from the Pavilion he leapt the canal opposite Pelican Island and entered the enclosure where the Fisheries Officer has been planting trees to shield his workers from the afternoon sun. Leaving the cool "Akee" tree of the Fisheries Office our representative followed the white dusty road which skirted the ploying Held until he reached a corner where seven or more iishing boats were beached close to the entry of the canal into the sea. He noted on his left crab holes and patches of marly soil on one side: broken glass ;ihd human excreta on the other. Continuing along the breakwater where the land ran like indentations on a map he noted small coves covered with broken bottles, discarded hunks of equipment and indiscriminate bits of refuse. In many places piles were broken down and the artificial -breakwater of the past had crumbled to create little isolated coves which would perhaps have been charming if free from vermin. Unfortunately they were not and one huge grey rat scuttled among the debris envying the depressing scene. Nearby a worthy citizen was scratching among broken bottles on a tiny Itntch of sand. "Looking for shells" he said. By this time, fu 11> <1 %  i. Amvncim forces were believed to have knocked out tea Unfe HI tierce exchangM. This sweep forward came after 40 North Korean tankyettentaj over run American pantiona at Osan 10 miles north of in. 37th parallel after a 90 minute clash with American anti-tank gunmn North Korean armour and infantp ha.l nil American pOSltfOfll at dawn today. M.i-tl Si \ 1. ,]!. %  of the United States Army, told Heater "I .aw eight Nortl K 01 tanks advancing t<> where wc had IM bridges .it oehn In from of pur pi Our mortarupencd up and scored %  (Uraet hit on the itrst tank which burned Dare tar* destroyed two more tanks and one truck. Refund tho tanks marched the biggest number of "Kookn" I have ever wen on the road." An "frk-lal spokasmm at General ( MncArthur's headquarters announced today that th. N r Korean:* had advanced between about 10 mi!.'*, and had takee Pvongtaek. on the 37th parallel 40 mi tea south of Seoul. American retaforeamanti w n heing rushed towards tinmost furwaril pOBltloni In Snulh Korea Ni.rtli K < .: : Out of :i7!h parallel—or am third of ua t aj dowo South Kan i an apt In aoma mountaint ii country I" the centre. American Air Force strike* against roads, biidgcs. trains and motor truck* on both sides of the parallel continued Six airmen wera missing and a> On rase 1 n .,, %  i, I'.I. BISHOP IS CONTROLLER Delegation Advises B.W.I. Truman sun Governments Hopeful Uevision Promise For 1953 I UOUt AO/Y'tt (From Our Own CoiiH|aeaeW) LONDON. July 6 'fHE B.W.I. SUGAR AGREEMENT with the U.K. ta to be reviewed during 1953 and if the consumption levelled in the UK is proved high*] than has been estimated. Britain will increase the quantitUw u> be purchased under the ^ar&ul*e. I we aftaiaeal and that .i c.njt)WOO right A POLICE SQUAD Slgmund Pump from the the pot.rt Cpl. Cym* m S|HIIKI and Bgt InntM IIWC IK vr-iiR*tion In •oitaa"lou wthti '.Judo Suiion. n.nn#d hy Opl Br h I'n->i.'i-i • 11.. louaful .ii->ui thi luatlon It k i ill iigjht s %  >iii he h id m call up •' National Guard bui ha raaaoi enti he ha i h i the la'w The Prastdam decli 1 ta an%  wer ajuaationi on "ether do"* ..I. :i ..II part let paUon ol Vjtionallsi Iroopi i Korea. H raid mat was %  pott'i ia| qiM-.ttion. and he could ml tl ume. Hi.Pi.Miirnt said %  pamneaUy he was not in %  poaltlon an oomMi the Korean Mtuation. Ha il h knew n.-ming of the Cairo rao> of prassurt U nj %  %  I i... upo %  %  I • lovai n mam to auppo* %  U i tHbaj hu Ml) against Not,! K..n ion ^Hltet. iv at li to th amount by which ..' ranMunptlon il the %  fiViI-M i ..iir' will mersass • %  at leu.i : \, par OVM Thiith %  new laTeanjsafl batw n %  tba repp iilvi of Hi Q fl li a t>r r*-ii iii.iii. % ha* approved nf the pi..nii.ii..i. of Mr. F A Rbhop I S O. Anbtant Secrflary. (Ulanlal Seretir>' Office, to the p-d of Controllet of Supplies Gihinel Pleased \\ illi National Unity IN BRITAIN KENNETH OASKIN .. I rty-tUna yeei old part ttmc butcher nf Wetli VUtag* Bi Qeone, and an ex • u Win Id Wei I is ,it present ii custody at District M B rVillct Station ehared with the n.urder ol Mi reputed wife. 92 year-old Mela Clement of the same district Meta Clamenl as itatobad w wadnai lay en %  %  fti : iir bed nil Into the read Oaakin and hi. result about Iw. \cars. ulthoiiKh they separate houses ahout twenty-f* ai yards apart. m Erom thf Dtatrld B" -tation ware husy in the Wan\ illaae IHjtrlM vestorUay and ex U?nslve Uiveotinationi were carried out by a squad under Sut>Inaiiect'T Sprinter and St;t Innti aamHad s* Onl fitni" Search i nu v rnBrlfjadi we#en towlni the Slginund I'unip, u|U) mWUll ta me iMtllMl where th. SH'MIII.O POJBp . in remove ., (|ii.nitu> of ra Ironi a pond. The PoUca W0I •lurchinu this DOOd fW Oeatda Uvad In %  lUtglt notu with a she-lrcxif atUwhed li; %  yard could be seen hh dog, pu ihecp, rabhits .md fOWll WnlM n.Mde is • I bills, quantlt) ol Irull and hi Ichei i.;. i. .1 i.' 4.11if i Ji. C'arr Manaiah aunt -f <:.iskui s.'.ld that <;a*Hli eUldran Oaskln** mother died when he wai a child brouBht up the children Thert are only three of the chlldrei pri^ent in Ihl %  %  %  (iaskin i• i '• tha other left the island many veer* "All Atom W eapons Must Be Banned" SAY RAILWAYMEN I.ANVASHIHK. Jul> 0 Seventy i-*ne dclcaatea '*"'' (ui.tlng nearly .100WWI Hntist rallwaymao today voted to commll N^tioiiul Union railu... DMH U. tight for a ban on the hydrogen all atomic weapons, an.' for ihe destruction of all txutlng i >uv delegale alone Itom 1 The resolution said th. app.lled at the dec fion of thi tSoei rnment <>f tn* United State* lu lontiiuie pre; aratlonj for the inanuf* I .1 the nydrofan bomb 1 Tiie Annual Coflseraeea -' '"• National Umon of Mlnaworfcew „t l.landudno. North Wale>. relected bv 42i.oht to 2i.i>"o the 1 .; 00U %  U Ooven lupport the [mnw benntni of the ttpmli bonib ami other weapons of mku OaatrUBItruler. NEW DEPUTY REGISTRAR The Seeretary of MaSS f' the t ulonles ha>. appiovetl >f ih..i|i point 111 in I .il Mr U It Paeilaa. harrlter.al-la lo llupirtt nf llepul> Hrae. Ir.i lt.irh.nt.is South Korea ISeeds Arms; IXol Men i-tiin.l. v and that 1 rattoninj nadai %  %  %  1 IIONC; Ki-Nf; r Chtnaaa Natntfiaiist !>oi ,,. Hen: K..ns naw< .olunleeicd lo fonu an Interns %  ooel binade under lha Unite Motto %  to aSfsrl IVniUi Bore against UM < oma Invad 1. 1 it ..M... .1 %  MI mad tba tli 1.' lha Soutl K..i.'... loiiko; kesman f"i lha KIMUP ntora NaUonails) iol. 1 %  1 iklnj refuin In Honi K ; %  Uld lie ere.'te.1 In k'olunteai Consul 1>HJUD| Bang %  Id he had tranemttti i u hi*> Oovarwrnant Ho added IIIIW'.I. Uial ii %  %  not likely 10 he arccnted as the problem in KouUl Korea WM tsOt .. ihortaaa of men hut af aqutai l.'l BJ 11 ;n.iHio Koieauresident in Japan had • •tiered lhau aaryleai but ihe> had been rejactad for the same Keuter. .1 picket had fal last hall of a match hen a draw had seemed in.\ llebw M can IHii-v-aled that at nn. lha BrtUah WCM India* •t to gJVU hi and return hnme. due al%  Qonwji for whian tin aetti iH-rsonal success tic argucil with them. ,. flnall i*Tuaded %  %  dei k waao and • mv I HK.. when the Britlati \%  in thati -.ii! lurnad down lha late 1 from the H W 1 daloajatai it neamod an thoug*. Bottalni 1 ould prevenl tl ..inn andina In failure out Mi ... lee vrhola ..( rua laj awnuni in.entira poitnin end letomaui tonieli loader of thi odlna ac 1 cpl in.uelegatton aapraaaat thi Mi.t ruUlmani of onportunlUc %  i 1. ifti iBfll to tha British Caribbean H • hll upmi .. tolutlon Lra product kes t. ad b) o-operaUe*i cmplnv.'. Li1 I in tli v Ei' erlna fr< elm her ret is atiii reei %  %  %  Cabinet n^nattari wensaid to ba grttinad at aw an national unity on the 1 mcni policy pmeided b) reaterday'l KIT. Parliament paiiiamaratery ouarti ['nine Ulnlster Clamanl Atflee'i t.ilk ( %  > hll Party ranker! at a K vaji rnaeemi yoaterdey wm trumi'i.tal In dtMuading a handful of critic* — including pacifists from then threat lo force a division —Reuler EXPRESS TRAINS COLLIDE: 10 KILLED : %  Heals lot ha< %  ailed 'or today. ; %  .. %  All bti I '... 1 1 %  %  inlnimuii' nat nal %  • ii to betw.-an le.WHt and 17.008 francs, it was announced I r-nii Terrorists Active In Malaya SINGAPORE I The tidi la) im idei with MM m Mai 11 monthly total since the %  .1 In Kuala Lumpur showed toda) Th.Hgurs ha rnounb u lly thU yen .. I 1 ;. I ** %  11 % %  %  224 in I1 bruan SM in Man n and tho m April Securiiy forcw killed I lu in Vli.v I inighig the num kil thi.• ..1 • %  i'l K*-ut.-t Vaccine tor Infantile Paralysis ALGIERS, July 8 Two '" %  1 1 aei n %  va. 1'.1 against Btfan* feUe paial, Is v i' '1 U to go into wide use iiOKl namth. Health Servir.oMetafi innotinced at me 1 Pa %  •-II ..i C am bi a nce today Two doctors. Blanc and Martin, had devalous 1 me after %  :. —Braler Australian Forces At UN's Dfetposa] (AMIthHUA, July li. Emergeno mwiu*^ of hoin I the Ai^ii-iu Parlla 1: onl loda> andorsad Ihe Qov (inin.-nf ... nig naval and all forta UJii" %  the dlsp-i :. United Nattone The Houat Of Iti %  picentativc'. approved the Do tlon unammmi'dy by rotca %  .' %  aid th* Btneta pnai t d a stnular motion in hu HatamaM to M H Prune Minlitei Robert Q Man ti ere will be no 'ha/lnv. nf llllllllHlailiaiMllpa*i Jet %  %  • %  %  po tin "i Lha %  I hope anil beiievs that of the Opposition Kenrai old tha Hou t w, 1 1 paao Wa do ...i undarttand axantsion hut we ill ,. 1 t it v.'itu .ill %  %  nd ai.' ii them 1* t<> ba world ojaarusatlori for poaosi Biera %  ii* world acceptance of >• %  i...n IblUUi 1 i" in.111.1..in ii in one breath in apeak oui illaglanca t" the Charter "f Ua .Hi.-,! Nationi and bi the nail b 11 inn nf the Se irlt) Ci ui ii %  i/pi %  rd> -ltrl*tr 11-1 > ba 1 sod %  ri.,' dele latlon wl h I il %  phem in wham the ajreaweni i. had bi one of Men l... % %  1 oil (..I futun relatl hip, bet-. %  H Hauiatj < : %  v I Brit -. the • %  • ibbeen The drlriatl.iii wishes (.. -v 1 > %  • %  Ihe.r al-irerr .i.ni.1. I %  ill thtvir 4H->.H'liilhiiis and nidi >. .I.i.l ill Hi. I 'lilted Km,>nd Ihe Rrlttali Wrvt Indl. %  • t. "in ,. .i,..i-i\ i.-.t i.|. ii..--, o. M aiul enenuraaed linn •-fTorU and whose acttvlttaa havr (>een of Ihe ureate*! issliUnre. > Chali nee 1 desira to recot d my thank U) 01 gave 'i.' threuajioul lha long an MaetiaUn It he %  -... 1 nu.. ivarkii lien with men poi —uit; -i" h i 1 .1 ( %  . Icmi nl i.nr (iie.iv Maj M,. i.ntiMi i" ibeen units whuil ha d/nelod ilj oui pmaant 1 JIS be ratnferced in it" 1 roan ahead air Cuke toui DM be Ihoufhl Bttoe had dim.an aseap (11111.1i mi. in.uim pool illj i. they had IJWII told b-fon n that Hu atajaat) < % %  -. could not H. -ineli'i thi/ir urig lee) "fhi 1 .1 baMamini oaan 1 wa weak* condnuaa Ifr I Ihe If K were III a MM Ulg ' %  %  hourg • %  1., Hla mmant The full leal >'f tho eonununi-%  ,, li .iimdiv b) the ( '..|..f|t H l I l|V %  stab '"i the .. Mate foi v ol KIH..I '. 1 mnnbei •>< l %  1 1 ; r the British •A rti 11 h Guiana which 1 W< g 1 Ui ked thai aajat aa the I' K ivajnn,.nt aheek om frorn 111 %  M '"'!' ." 'Ill' I l.'l. %  ureenu 1 %  li par) or %  Ih Comity M11 from their •1.. %  I.. .1 1. would 1.tlon to afiatsoi fl %  I %  Ihi 11: rjovei able '" %  -' the .i' li .i various OUll 1 di I 'M' 1 wMuwi aueei < %  1. following arranearnenta: gotlatlona Iks 1 K inn %  %  dad thai I .. .1 '.'u'. nt 1 iaaj .-overed by lha long 1 1 e> on Paee 1 ^ LS, .1 Minerd P higi.r "^ -'"-"l*s.tK Magwl de hT'stde Tir inmrei. strikes aali I I L'nion !. ..romclde with lodl Los Ang.-. id Houses of the lirlgiAti Pai rapeal of i-nd Mirerved into the K .:. r r '>" law express BsToetad by About 15 coaches of ! % %  : pages waj PkinlumN great lined trains were lammed toge" in the wreckage Four or flvo were Mona and Chai taUMaooad and badly wrecked — strike spread to the large rretal Reoter. 'producing;. ILLINOIS. July 6 I Tin pa:vengers wer' cru>he.J [and twisted lo death today freak colleiion of ger train* running side _. Estimates of Ihe number injuret i.iggrO l*tw-een 50 and 75. sonv* of them being critically HI. The crash occurred at Monica. Illinois. 156 miles ftOUtl Chicago The mail van of I C. piian" train runnlntc beiwee. Belgian Miners Strike Against Leopold's Return % %  % % % %  I m . it „..„ Bsa .t.iT,i,.,y.work"" I Socialists, hl Chinese Reds i\ol Strong Enough TOKYO, Job •• m Wee Admiral Arthur blruble. who eotnmundcd the Amerlcao and Brttlah irrtei Urike on N irth Korea Ihrei 1 ago, said louuy he did not UUHM I peraUOM inter fenwith the defence of Formosa from Invasion by Chinese Communist* Asked if ha thought (hlru- l.,rI.AIIIHMII AI Vll.\ A <<>.. I-IU. TRAMSCANADA jr£ v/ret


Friday
July 7
1950



N. Koreans Smash
U.S. Defence Lines

(By ROY MACARTNEY)
WITH THE AMERICAN FORCES, Korean Front. |
July 6. '

NORTH KOREAN TANKS today lunged forward another |

; 28 miles forcing American troops to give ground in a
series of rear guard actions.

i Spotlight
|
|



? Russian built armour rolled
| through Pyongtaek 34 miles south}

of Seoul, and nosed their way intc
Chonan 50 miles south of Seoul!

. oa ar ‘ and only 33 miles from Taejon,

G His Excellency the temporary South Korean capital
rovernor faced John in the wake of retreating South

Goddard for an
when he opened
Princess Alice Playing
Field on March 14, 1950.

Mrs. Savage served the
first ball on the tennis
court.

The Governor said it
was the second Playing ||
Field and Pavilion to be
opened by him and pro-
vided from the Labour
Welfare Funds.

“There can be no
doubt” he said “that the

over || Koreans.
the | American forces were believed |
; to have knocked out ten tanks
in fierce exchanges.

This sweep forward came affer
} 40 North Korean tanks yesterday
over ran American positions at
; Osan 10 miles north of the 37th
{paren after a 90 minute clash
| with American anti-tank gunners
North Korean armour and infantry
|}had hit American positions at
| dawn today.

Master Sergeant Lester A. Loflen }
of the United States Army, told!
Reuter “I saw eight North Korean
tanks advaneing to where we had
blown





the bridges about 1000 the pond. Cpl. Cyrus
money for these schemes metres in front of our position.
is being appropriately Our mortars opened up and PONSTEL ey
utilised for they are the scored a direct hit on the first



‘tank which burned fiercely, Mor-
‘ tars destroyed two more tanks and
one truck,
| Behind the tanks marched the
| biggest number of “gooks” I have
ever seen on the road.”

An official spokesmen at General

very foundations of the
development of a healthy
body and a healthy mind
which are essential
whether in the field of
social economic or politi- |!



MacArthur’s headquarters an-
cal progress”. : " a
: nounced today that the North
Nearly four months |) Koreans had advanced between SESSION CLOSED
have passed since these about 10 miles ,and had taken

hopeful words, when yes-
terday a representative
of the Advocate visited
the Princess Alice Play-

ing field.
Passing

| Pyongtaek, on the 37th parallel 40
miles south of Seoul.

American reinforcements were}
being rushed towards the most/
| forward positions in South Korea

North Korean forces have now

Within less than
after it had opened, <¢

ment called

of the Regency law













U.K. SUGAR OFFER



A POLICE SQUAD inder Inspector Springer and Sgt. Inniss searching a pond at Watt
some weapon while carrying out investigations in connection with
Sigmund Pump from the Fire Brigade Station, manned by Gpl. Brandford, is pumping water out of

BRUSSE

of both Belgian Hous
to vote on the r



as —_——-

for
A

lage

the Clement

death of Meta

is dragging the pond with a rake.

Belgian M.P.s| /:x-Soldier Faces
Shout Down
Presidents

Charge Of Murder

Police Hunting Weapon

KENNETH GASKIN, a forty-nine year old part time
butcher of Watts Village, St. George, and an ex-soldier of
World War I is at present in custody at District “B” Police
Station charged with the murder of his reputed wife, 52
year-old Meta Clement of the same district

LS, July 6

half an hour
2 Joint session
es of Parlia-
peal |
was tempor-















the Weights |/advanced out of 37th parallel—or | @tily suspended. The Regency law — * Meta Clement was stabbed on
and Measures office he jare third of the way down South bars exiled King Leopold from | Wednesday and collapsed and died
followed the line of elec- | Korea—except in some mountain- the throne “All Atom after she hag@ run into the road
tric poles which almost ;eus country in the centre. Jointly presiding over the ses- Gaskin and his reputed wif
: Se > American Air Force . strikes : P. oN Str on Catt 1 7 were living together for about tw
eta the playing field. against roads, bridges, trains and Dron ie an th sarin 4 1 Fra a W eapons Must years, although they occupied
n his way he passed | ‘ resident o he Senate, and Fran ies
‘motor trucks on both sides of the Van Cauwelaert, President of the separate houses about twenty-four
what must once have || parallel continued, ai Chamber of Deputies were forced B B a” yards apart,
been a cricket pitch and Six airmen were missing and], call an adjournment when e anned. Police from the District “B”
near wees some six or @ On'Pize ” Socialist and Liberal member Vilage Ber Puy in the Watts
seven sheep were grazing ————————~- — +__-—_—_- | opposed to King Leopold’s return ‘Wha District yesterday and ex-
tethered to stakes. shouted and banged at the benches SAY RAILWA YMEN tensive investigations were carried
; j out by a a squad under Sub-
ee * from the || BISHOP IS CONTROLLER They claimed that the session} _ LANCASHIRE, July 6. {Inspector Springer and Sgt, Inniss
avilion he leapt the 7 should be presided over by the| Seventy-nine delegg s rerre- |ugsieted by Onl. Cyrue
canal opposite Pelican ; ots oldest member of the two Houses.|/fenting nearly 500,000" “British bearching
Island and entered the : Van Catrwelaert banged his|railwaymen today voted to com- ” ning
enclosure where the mallet calling for order. Noise|mit National Union railwaymen| A Fire Brigade wagon, towing
Fisheries Officer has been prevented him from making his|t© fight for a ban on the hydrogen |the Sigmund Pump, was sum-
lanti t t hield address of welcome to the Sen-|%omb and all atomic weapons, and |r,oned to the district where th¢
on eater ¢ os eh | ators and deputies. In the midst = oy Heateustion . “ existing Sigmund Pump was employed 1
nis Workers rom e | of the uproar a Socialist senator | **O°* he delegate alone sto0c |remove a quantity of rain wate:
afternoon sun. mounted the tribune jout from a pond, The Police re
i | The resolution said the confer- | goarehing . : sapon
a ene ng ru h i at Van Cauwelert ind Struye}ence was “appalled at the de- penance eed aa aeude hans
= ee ree of the Fish- jointly declared the session sus-j|cision of the Government of the | tia shedroof attached In hi
eres Office our represen- |) pended. All members remained in |United States to continue pre- |“ “d ite ld be ee ; his Jog, ig
tative followed the white their seats and Socialists and Lib-/parations for the manufacture of ae Bs bh iC saa at * hile
dusty road which skirted || erals began singing “A bas Ja!the hydrogen bomb” 5 oe —s and ma tila a
. : . : “ a] fe e clergy) . , | inside 1e «house cane bills,
the playing field until he calotte” (down with tt — The Annual Conterence of the Quantity of fruit and his kitches
reached a corner where = National Union of Mineworkers} iensils were scattered around
seven or more fishing “ew at Laer ake bosy rt he Carr Massiah, aunt of Gaskin
jectec yxy 421, o 261, : ‘e ; & one 1@
ee rae eek Mollet Seeks | rovorat'to call on the Govern: [ssid that Gay yar one of Une
to bij ge eae et iil. ment to support the immediate eran he nen child and she
into the sea. e note ’ ; banning of the atomic bomb and)? . oo ae Be
on his left crab holes and MR. F. A. BISHOP Chances Of New | oie: weapons of mass destruc- | brought Ag aM — o Rin vy
i ion -. a a only fe 0 » cnild r é
patches of marly soil on The Secretary of State for F, ch Govt * n.—Reuter, lpresent in the island of which
one side: broken glass bas ae has ae rene oul. Gaskin is one. One died and the
and human excreta on cen veareee me BAK > = v 6 other left the island many years
: | Bishop, I. 8, O., Assistant PARIS, July 6 | AVEW DEPUTY REGISTRAR | aso
the other " con Bi
ers Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Guy Mollet, Secretary-Genera
Continuing along the Office, to the post of Control- | of the French Socialist Party, was The Secretary of State for eis
breakwater where the j ler of Supplies. today continuing his survey of the the Colonies has approved of ’ 2 >
land ran like indenta- chances of forming a new French the appointment of Mr W. Terr orists Active
ions eas | Government despite ist’ night's R. Douglas, barrister-at-law, ‘
pag Bg. BoB pte . }rebuff from the Radicals whict to the post of Deputy Regis In Mala
}seemed to dash his hopes trar, Barbados. at ia » ;
broken bottles, discarded Cabinet lM w ‘Trade Union ’ SINGAPORE, July 6
+. ae te Fiioee satan ov is to The tide of guerilla and alae x
oa . | ** Per ents Ph et 7 ist incidents ing in Malay
ingagreninaee mee of Pleased With | conmult official today as pat of POCKET CARTOON eecmpaicents is rising in Malaye
refuse. In many places iis “Mission of Information” im- by OSBERT LANCASTER

posed on him by Pre

piles were broken down
and the artificial -break-
water of the past had

National Unity ".°)".

had no chance of be



huge grey rat scuttled
among the debris enjoy-
ing the depressing scene,
Nearby a worthy citizen
was scratching among
broken bottles on a tiny
stretch of sand. “Looking
for shells” he said.

By this time, fully de-
pressed himself, our
strolling representative
noted how the ground

Minister of State | take

the meeting the
Kenneth Younger acted for Far-
eign Secretary Ernest Bevin wno
is still recovering from his re-

part
meeting of
Republican

|ates which
today

to}

ir

hunks of equipment and
Mollet
; cent operation
Cabinet ministers were said an
at the demonstration They :

A gratified .
yf national unity on the Govern-| for allowing him
| ment policy provided by yester- | ciliator after he ha
| day's Korea debate in Parlia- | advance
ment, Ter
Parliamentary quarters believe | All big Trade Ul
Prime Minister Clement Attlee’s | have urged Mollet

criticised



nee lt ON aA RNC CR RRR eR Ee

talk to his Party rankers at a minimum | onal

rose and fell and how private meeting yesterday was} 18,000 franes per nm
patches of shrubs had instrumental in dissuading a hand-| tween ee are i
sritics — . 5 pacifists| Was announced today
i gathered here and there ful of critic including pacifists

from their threat to force a

cee v3 mee i
to give the impression of Aiptalon Renter

pasture land.
Mournfully he dragged
! his steps along the stunt-

ed row of Casuarinas no EXPRESS TRAINS
higher than a dwarf and || COLLIDE:

noted on his right a small



els eset








left almost immediately to return
building which he had 10 KILLED to his cruiser —Reuter.
read somewhere housed | BRUSSELS, July 6 During the stoppage workers ecu a he added, Communists
corpses. ILLINOIS, July $ a | Miners thre ughout Walle nia—tsent telegrams to Jean Duvieu- though not invited are likely to a2 4
. " _ 5 rere rusher P aff ‘
i ane final hiow was the a Bee ta ath ‘tc te “ highly industrialised province in| sart, Belgian Premier, ey eis join in, | Chinese Reds Shool
sig of a coconut tree and twisted to death today | Southe Belgium—today stagedjing their opposition to the King} "a iss witty ‘Holide chieks
i a t ail a a up its freak collision of two fast passen=| eetlad: of a hoe war eer | and condemning the Government's | R me cogs ae, na ae Psa At R A F Plane
; whic had given uf § |ger trains running side by side., ere oe one the saturn of Kine} decision to call @ joint session 08 ege n Prince C jas " i rt eo l AST. ;
j roots and lay astride 4 |/Â¥stimates of the number injured} Strikes agaist t , Parliament to repeal the Regency] UP plans for dealing with possible er
parby ste vail rerged between 50 and 75, some| +©opold to the thr ; ; Daas "\ineidents provoked by the King’s HONG KONG, July 6.”
nearby stone wail. 42 According to Socialist Union|law — ata at fe Communist anti-air-
So f he St. Michael |of them being critically ill. hee = UP epappgiane sh ee Ss opponents, The debate starting in hinese ymmun anti-al
ree ga soacnge Ds aay | The crash occurred at Monica, | Officials “several the and” work- tet the Chamber today likely toleraft guns today fired on a Royal
Vestry have spent | Illinois, 156 miles southwest of| ers were affected by the sto; pages | Toy Whistles F be resumed next Tuesday and the/Air Force plane patr lling the
$16,588.13 on making the || Chicago. The mail van of the “El; Which were timed to coincide Belgian Socialists are reported) vote is expected on the following|Hong Kong frontier. Eyewitnesse
Princess Alice Playing ]||Ccpitan” train running between| See oe s te : ca of both | to. os ae up oe Oe Thursday. said ine battery red, cave shells
ta! , . Aay Los Angeles and Chicago was said ouses of the Bels arliament! whistles to blow in prote Ww which missec 1e plane,
Field what it is to-day } to ave uddenly Ta ft the rails} called to vote or e repeal of | King Leopold returns home from King Leopold will return t It was located in Shumchun
It is a sad sight for sore lend swerved into the Kansas City! Regency law his x years’ exile The King 1s Belgium immediately afterwards|sbout half a mile from the bor-
eyes and there are no | express. The main area affected by| expected to arrive next week fol-] accompanied by his son, 19-year- |der hey added A British Air
trees to give this neces- | About 15 coaches of both stream-' stoppages was Belgium’ reat] 1 the repeal of the Regency’ old Prince Baudoir ‘Force spokesman said the plane, /
sary protection from the | lined trains were jammed ether! southern « mir belt arc ind | lav 1ich prevents his returt | The King’s second wife the a Spitfire, was well inside Hong |
annie bright gle jin the wreckage. Four or fi vere | Mor 1 ( Late the} A “rehearsal” of mass demon-| Princess De Rethy will remain|Kong territory when the batter
BAT Fath Bere telescoped and badly wrecked.— i the large etal) stration would be held in Brussels} temporarily at the King’s hamejfired. The shells did not go mear
Reuter. a: ; : ' street anti-Leopold and near Gene ~Reuter. zircraft—Reuter.
ee .



“red
Socialist
Radicals and
he

the

a
President |
act as con-
d refused in
|
Jnion groups]
to raise the
wage Irom

- Against Leopold’s






monthly total since the emergency
began, an official statement issued
in Kuala Lumpur showed today

The figure has mounted stead-

ident Auriol

here said he
sing accepted |





: aa iden tas Pie . ve c j is yee fith 145 in January
crumbled to create little IN: BRITAIN Fo age iml Nal eae ets at, a haere 290 in March,
isolated coves which LONDON, July 6 | the fall of Radical veades Queitn’s Le Giee ete and 380 in April ,
would perha s have been The British Cabinet today held; Government on its first appear- } o.reneags; Security forces killed: 55 peel)
charming if free from its third discussion of the week on! ance before the Assembly on Tues- a las ” oe Sueeoe aoe ta
vermin, Unfortunately the Korean situation day : killed this year to 2! p
they were not and one Defence Service chiefs and De-; Last night the Radical Party's aoe

5 fence Ministers did not attend| executive announced its refusal to} ‘ys

Vaccine For

\



one

Popular | |
\loder- |
called for |

i
id

| ALGIERS, July 6
Two doctors in Algeria have

|
Ee vaccine ‘against infan-



tile paralysig which is to go into
wide use next month, Health Ser-
vice officials
Institute

\

announced at the

Pasteur at

“Ie 4 today

a erehet hana tee sale in Two doctors, Blane and Martin,
ionth to be- ccupied Naples, or the one had developed the vaccine after
000 francs, it where tie heroine catches | three years’ effort, they added
y leprosy 7? ™ ' ——Reuter.



—Reuter.



Belgian Miners Strike

Return













| About Korea

|

|

ae
6

Casablanca] American

| Truman Still
Hopeful



'
|

WASHINGTON, July }
President Truman told © Press}
terence today he was tilly
hopeful about the tuation§ it
Korea and that it would work out |
1) right Speakir in a grim
voice he said he had no plans ‘to
céll up a National Guard but he

reminded correspondents he had
uthority to do so under the law
The President declined to



FIV

Price; .
E CENTS e
Wear 55 |



Governments

Revision Promise! For 1953

(From Our Own Correspondent)

‘THE B.W.I. SUGAR

LONDON, July 6
AGREEMENT with the

U.K. is to be reviewed during 1953 and if the

consumption levelled in

the U.K. is proved higher

than has been estimated, Britain will increase the
quantitic. co be purchased under the guaraiitee.

The increase will be at least in
proportion to the amount by which

















tion. But we secceeded and that
proves our cause was right.”





an=| the actual consumption exceeds] , + Re ; a sini
swer questions on whether door | the oven ettiests. For example then -_ ~~ bn had ts len
were closed on participation of] if the consumption proves to be oo b vaee haat es a . —
Chinese Nationalist troops in| five per cent above, Britain wil! ween 0 seer ra of a ri
Korea. He said that was a poli‘i-| increase the guaranteed quota by; “Zen & draw had seemed inevi-
cal question, and he could not] at least tive per cent. This is the table, It can be revealed that at
comment on it at this time essence the new agreement] ene time the British West Indies
The President said specifically} which hos finally been reached delegate were prepared to give
he was not in a position to com- | betwee B.W 1. delegates and|Â¥P the fight and return home.
ment on the Korean situation, the repre statives of His Majes That they did not was due al-
He said he knew nothing of the | ty’s Go ment most entirely to their leader Mr
Cairo report of pressure being ue Gomes for whom the entire
brought to bear upon the Egyptiat Ht wis be seen that no actual!) achievement has been a personal
Government to support the United tonnage is spereified but the success, He argued with them,
Nations’ resolution calling for BW. delegates firmly beli€¢ve| jjeaded. convinced them that thes
military action against Nor! that the agreement will prove) Wore right and finally persuaded
Korean forces more beneficial than the original them to stay
—Reuter. claim for 725,000 tons guaran
teed, They say that the British The most anxious moment—the
aera Seer estimate of requirements war]dark week-end—came four days
far too low and that when sugar ago when the British Govern
S th, Korea rauioning concludes require: }ment, unswerving in their out-
ou t j ments will soar look had turned down the latest
- In an official statement tonigh: | SeMPromise from the B.W I
Needs Arms; Mr. Gomes, leader of the delega-| Telegates It seemed as though
tion said: “In recommending ac nothing could prevent the mis
Tea leeptance of the agreement the{ sion ending in failure but Mi
Not en | delegation expresses the opinion Gomes had other ideas. He spent
that fulfilment of opportunities the whole of Tuesday morning
HONG KONG, July 6 whieh should be available after reviewing the entire position and
Former Chinese Nationalist sol 1952 to the British Caribbean will|at last he hit upon a solution
diers now in Hong Kong have |‘®aulre peak production and thi | which proved to be the key t
volunteered to form an interna se OU. Be acubewnd bs ig anc j the settlement ; s
tional brigade under the United) © 1 , co-operation be wee | Mr. Gore new formula was
Nations to assist South Kore 1 ay and employees in the; given whole hearted support by
against the “Communist invad-|" The J the delewation and after several
ers”. Four hundred o¥ them mad: 1€ delegation wish to record] pours of egotiatin was finally
the offer to the South Korean| heir gratification that the atmo bi cepted atisfactory by Hig
Consul here j phere in whieh the agreement has },Majesty’s Government
The spokesman for the group, been reached is one of ° friend The full text of the communi-
said many more Nationalist sol- liness an understanding which] que issued in Barbados by the
diers at present taking refuge in]@ugurs well for future relation | Colonial Office yesterday is a:
Hong Kong could be expected to] ships between His Majesty's Gov follows
volunteer, Consul Lee Jung Bang]ernment and British communities The Secretary of State for the
said he had transmitted the offer] in the Caribbean Colonies, the Minister of State for
\c his Government Colonial Affairs and the Minister
He added, however, that it was The delegation wishes lo X=] Or Pood have had a number of
not likely to be accepted as the press their sincere gratitude to meetings with the delegation from
problem in South Korea was not all those associations and indi-| the Governments of the British
a shortage of men but of equip- viduals in the United Kingdom]! West Lodies and Pritish Guiana
ment end the British West Indies} which bh been in this country
He said that 70,000 Koreans who generously took up their} for the last few weeks
resident in Japan had already ese and encouraged — their ad ;
ofiered their services but they! efforts and whose activities} The delegation asked that ou
had been rejected for the same have been of the greatest] Of the total West Indian ao
reason. —Reuter. assistance. ports of 900,000 tons the eS
“s . Government should increase from
As Chairman I desire to record 640,000 to 725,000 tons the quan-
i bi cones to my — tues forl¢ity which as part of a general
@ Joyal support they gave MC] agreement with Commonwealth
Australian throughout the long and arduou Sel aaire the Ministry of Food
‘ ° negotiations It has been a rich] had ‘offered to buy from. their
» }experience, working in associa-} countries each year from 1953 to
I orces At UN Ss hion with men possessing such ©®]1957 at prices which would as
° statesman-like grasp of the prob-|sure reasonable rerouneration te
. +6 lems of our areas. May the sense of | efficient produce:
Disposal British Caribbean unity whieh ha ‘a
‘ he Wiinuste xplained wh
: BRRA. Julyo6 animated all our present endeav-}i., UK. Government were un-
hioessaty Mamie of . both ag ei tain enue 1. a, ge ‘int ter ;
Ss ’ the alls a vtee ‘ wishes on this point, and various
arene oe Me hae ae Mr Cuke told me he thought} other alternatives were explored
is ad ‘| the delegation had done an excep ithout succes rhey bave, how-
ernment’s action in placing naval) tional | ! “ally asl veo
and air force units at the dispo- tional job, more especially 4S/ever, been able to agree on the
sal of the United Nations they had been told before coming | following arrangements
The House of Representative that His Majesty's Government | During the Winter negotiations
approved the Government's ac could not reconsider their orig | the U.K. Government stated that
tion unanimously by voice vate, inal offer } the quantities of sigar covered by
ind the Senate ‘passed a similiar Ly Mur bargaining power was/the long term agreement offered
motion weak” continues Mr. Cuke “and} to Commonwealth Producers
In’ his statement to the House | the U.K. were in a strong posi- @ On Page 7
Prime Minister Robert G.. Men — — —_——
zies said So there will be nat
shadow of misunderstanding, let Str
me state the position of fha| ‘
Government and I hope and be-

eye that of the Opposition,”
Menvies told the House: -'Quite
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imply we are for peace. We do
not understand aggression but we
will resist it with all we have
and are. If there is to be world
organisation for peace, there
must be world acceptance of re-
sponsibilities to maintain it

“In one breath to speak our
allegiance to the Charter of the
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curity Council would be — either

hyprocrisy or cowardice
—Keuter

Anfentile Paralysis| Chinese Reds Not

Strong Enough

TOKYO, July 6

American Vice Admiral Arthut
Struble commanded the
and British carrier
strike on North Korea three day®
ago, said today he did not intend
to let Korean operations interfere
with the defence of Formosa from
invasion by Chinese Communists

Asked if he thought Chinese
Communists had enough naval
strength to challenge his forces
the Admiral replied, “In strength
for a naval battle—certainly not.”

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lsige invasion would get through
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Lady Joan Arundell returned to Grenada yesterday by B.W.1.A.

She

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is pictured here at Seawell on her way to the plane, deep in con-
ation with Capt. W. Lambert,

the Governor’s Private Secretary,

whe accompanied her to the ’plane.

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-

ernor and Mrs. Savage were
among a most appreciative audi-,

ence that heard Miss Gracita
Faulkner sing at the British Coun-
cil buildings, “Wakefield”, last’
evening.

Miss radinuer who has already
given a few concerts since her
arrival here is a mezzo-soprand
who sings in an effortless and
charming style.

Her programme was well
chosen. The first group she ren-
de included “O del mio dolce



by Gluck and works by
atti and Huhn, but the light
tripping melody “Trip
Streamlet” by Handel provided
the seope for her powers of inter-
pretation and adaptation

Giannini’s romantic “Tell
© Blue, Blue Sky” was suited to
her voice and she made the most

of the intriguing plaintiveness of #
+ town Office and has been in B.G.

the theme,

The fifth group that comprised
all Negro Spirituals was perhaps
the best rendered group without

any prejudice to her skill and
artistry displayed in the other
four groups

3ut Burleigh’s “Sometimes 1

Feel lik« Motherless Child” and
Johnson's “My Good Lord Done
Been Here” were rendered in a
manner that reflected credit on
the singer who employed com-
mendable powers of voice control
end characterisation.







Blithe ;

M'
Anaconda

*B.G. arrived yesterday afternoon
Me’

Here for Two Months
R. MALCOLM B. LAING,
C.M.G., O.B.E., Commis-

‘sioner of Local Government and

Social Welfare Officer in British
Guiana, arrived yesterday after-
noon on B.W.I. Airways’ B.G.
flight. Mrs. Laing accompanied
him.

They expect to be here for two
months on holiday and are staying
at Cacrabank. Also arriving yes-
terday from B.G. was Miss Mary
Treadwell who is from England
and has been staying with them
in B.G.

Arrived Yesterday
. HANS KNOELLER of the
Mining Co,, in

by B.W.I.A. to spend about two
weeks in Barbados staying at the
Paradise Beach Club.

He is Manager of their George-

for two years.

Chemical Engineer

R & MRS G. WILKINSON

and their daughter Carol Ann
have arrived in Barbados for a
long holiday and are guests at
Cacrabank,

Mr, Wilkinson is
the Chemical Engineers
Venezuelan Oil Concessions
Venezuela

He and his family only left
England 18 months ago.

With Barclays In

another of
with
in

From the Canary Islands
—A Record
A

PLEASURE YACHT an aux-

jliary ketch “Alpha” arrived
at St. John’s Harbour in Antigua
on Friday morning with a party
of six among whom is Mr. H, R
Harmer who is very well known
in the Stamp World, Mr. Harmer
has an agency in Bond Street,
London, one in Australia, and New
York

This 80 ft. yacht was built in
Amsterdam about thirty years
ago and is owned by the Royal
Thames Yacht Club, She has
been chartered by Mr. Harmer.

The master is Rear Admiral
Sir Arthur Rattray, K.B.E., C.B
C.1.E., who retired from the
Royal Indian Navy two years ago
and has been living in Lisbon
ever since. Sir Arthur is a
Scotchman and says he does not
know why he lives in Lisbon
He just went there on a trip and
stayed there. Last year Sir Ar-
thur and a friend took fifty-three
days to sail a small yacht from
Lisbon to England a trip he will
never venture again on that little
craft. Sir Arthur started sailing
in his youth on square rig ships
of the Merchant Navy. He holds
the Master Mariner Square Rig
Certificate.

Another member of the party
is Commander Cassey late Com-
modore of the Royal Mai! Steam-
ship Company His last ship was
the “Andes”. ‘There are also two
sailors and one engineer aboard

The “Alpha” left Southwick on
a voyage to New York, via Lis-
bon, Las Palmas, Antigua, Jam-
aica, Havana, Her voyage from
the Canary Islands to Antigua
lasted fifteen days and she en.
countered extremely heavy seas
and boisterous winds in the vicin-
ity of the Leeward Islands, Her
master hopes they will escape any
further disturbances because the
“Alpha” is incapable of facing real
heavy weather.

Commander Nicholson master of
the “Molly Hawk” said that the
trip from the “Canary Islands” to
Antigua in fifteen days by the
“Alpha” might be regarded as a
record because the average voy-
age is made between twenty-five
and thirty days.

Spent Honeymoon Here

RS, HAZEL RUSSELL return -

ed to Venezuela yesterday
morning by B.W.1.A. Her hus-
band, Mr. Edward Russell will be
remaining in Barbados a couple
more days, before leaving for New
York on Saturday via Bermuda
by T.C.A.

The Russells were married
recently in Barbados and spent
their honeymoon at the Paradise
Beach Club.

With Colonial Survey
R. S. J. ALLEN, a Londoner
who is with the Colonial
Survey in B.G. arrived yesterday
afternoon by B.W.I.A. to spend
two weeks in Barbados. He is
staying at the Sea View Guest
House.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



PRINCESS MARGARET

A PRINCESS visited the child-
ren at an East Grinstead, Sussex,
nursery school but they didn’t see
her as she stepped from her
“coach” and walked among them,
stopping now and then to talk.
The visitor was Princess Mar-
garet, the children blind babies of
the Sunshine Home, of which she
is President. This visit was her
first Presidential act, and by her

ildren in thei
occupations.

own wish it was informal so newly i.
r

she could see the c
normal day-to-da
Photo shows: Princess

garet wore this simple feathered
straw hat for her visit to the Sun-



shine Home,
Medical Student
RRIVING from Jamaica by
B.W.LA., on Wednesday

evening was Mr. G. B. P. Cummins
a medical student of the Univers-
ity College of the West Indies, He
has come over to spend the sum-
mer holidays with his parents Dr.
H. G, Cummins, M.C.P., and Mrs,
Cummins of “Gothmare,” Bank
Hall Road.

Dr. Cummins is at present in
England with the West Indies
Sugar delegation and is expected
to return to Barbados shortly.

Annual Leave

ISS CELIA MANCINI, who

is on the staff of DaCosta and
Co., left yesterday for Grenada by
B.W.1.A., on her annual leave. Miss
Mancini was originally from
Grenada and will be returning to
Barbados in two weeks’ time. —

Next Trip—Dominica

R. MICHAEL SHARPE,
lets arrived yearend ee te
PSS z yesterday by
from St. Lucia. He oauelty koa
here for about a month before his
rext trip, Q

whict vi > 1
ah uch will be to
Crack Shot
(NAPTAIN ROBERT JOHN-

“4 STONE, the Commandant of
the West Indian Bisley teams is
now staying at the Mount Royal
Hotel in London. He spends most
of his days at Bisley making
arrangements for the teams and
at night he goes off to operas and











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fanaa 78 am. dane Pires 13] playing with her dolls and ‘rises arm. Slipping behind the curtain
F 1 2 ais; ; ° Ruper alk f ait. “Seat oe s passage and
- From the Editorials; 8.10 aia. Pro to go. Rupert walks away anc, still he re secret passage and
: ene het on gramme Parade; 8.15 a.m, BEC Nor- keeping out of sight, he dodges his pulls the sliding panel behind him.
¥ Pa’s rests may out to be | thern Orchestra; 9 a.m. Close Down way into the house and gets into ‘Well, Miranda seems quite at
so Sencinenents iy ee US |e cpoon. The, New: 18,10 Bom. New| the room just as the "Princess home here.” he thinks sadly.“
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steam. (5 Championships; 1 p.m The Debate ppears. ’ t id, § upp | Pp e and
ll K.C.s wv advice bet the Gontinedes 1.15 p.m. Radio News-eei he doesn’: notice that she is carry- | f t her now
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combina p.m. Music in Miniature; 3 p.m. They ee eS
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on may it a)" Amerioan 4.10 p.m. The daily service; 4.15 p.m
Nights at the Opera; 4.45 p.m e =f . ta 1
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Caribbean is now in London fo
health reasons. The Major, ha
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in his time, having served in the

Bengal Lancers at one time anc

having been the “Times” corres~
before the

pondent in Portugal
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the opportunity of seeing then
yet.
he entrance exam

Social Welfare Officer

for Tonbridge

M*: AND MRS, LEONARD

CREASE who arrived ~—
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HE award of a civie waistcoat
by Holborn Borough Council

Arthur G, writes: I often put
my legs into my shirtsleeves
while dressing, and my arms into
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he cost of living in Martinique is much higher than that Bhee, Se + Se hte He St it
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hat colony told the Advocate N | Georgetow t fternoon, Dr. White Vice-Chair 1 of th h aare .
St! said th: at everything is ve by the vich is the} | tively considering] Fellowship for Freedor Med-1° erst in ‘
equivalent of 2 lbs. Sugar is 95 francs a kilo or 24 ‘ent. ‘ats a er ie yhole. at}icine, said that before the health |!" Ae pep orh ae
P r pr maximum } serv: Wwe introduced yor. t i he
ane fly ing fish sometimes cost iS r 12 cents a piece, butte: | | are cireu- ann wnaawe 1 ; wag re ed by [@*plaine
15 S 38 a lb. and one steak costs a a doll lar a lb. or more.| ' 1 British Guiana to the| his patients as a mY rier und i orecast
one said that one did not 2 = at the Company is con-] as well as medica! acvi: Wi i we i A wa
grumble to pay the high cost for | templating selling s of their} added: Wes er-Mare hour
me as it was flown direct from | Fl all Vi ti assets to outside i ests ha “Now | t P ‘ ° i These
m bee ae ive Now he is treated a he m fa
the Argentine and the quality was Oo tc ans | been dispelled.—(Cp) behind the counter « hop rega ‘ I » hu
good, but she was horrified at the | . has beer. generously | ked eds of small tra ’
high prices of goods as there were Settl. D } the M ister 1 ide towns generall I
I ‘ >» Minister of Hea ) ‘ :
no cheaper qualities for the e own | Pp ; { F . “Before the schante en and gopinion, Kec m ale
poorer classes | om our 1 women spent years of expensive Visitors.”
The French people ep Af 7 /, Pi | training that ctor uld liv
+ ain SC lat ac ia rive
te itor that since Mar- re ime | N elecom a 1 up to the ideals that 1 ie medi-
t s no longer a colony, | | ‘ € € cine a worthy caliin
but a department of France, the} ‘Residents of the ‘Government/ |
cost of living had driven most | houses at the Pine Estate are now| rangements are well ad- “Now they will | i
of the natives over to France| nearly settled and the district has \ ae as a result of the Com-)\ fillers up af forms and tributing
where things seemed to be/ the appearance of a quiet orderly - 'ussion’s work this week, for the| 8° ts and general ; tioners
easier. village The bustle which was a ae a ae b . A , ext West Indian Conference,) “! ill mostly be the runtled
She said that nothing was sold| kept up among the people for a PIPE-SMOKING BERTIE GOMES (Captain of the Sugar Team) stands next to Laughing John which will be held in Curacao in failures—those who } e failed

on the streets and she was very | long time after they had been re-| Goddard _ (Cricket Leader)

November, when to get hospital job:
delighted with her visit to the! moved after the flood last year, is} ~ we somes -





representatives
of all te i : “Another point is that before
a erritories in the area will

three markets which were well | no: more evident, . | meet together for two weeks to | Rtas one oe intr SHCeO the
arranged and at which every pos-| “There are moments”, one resi-| ut rea Witore oo 1ouse Fall ee their common social ana|@otor had time to think about
sible item for 0 i :

the housewife could | de nt told the Advocate yesterday, economic problems, his cases, give his mind to the




















particularly wes
r . samy 7 | service of his patient d the
be acquired. when my family and I almost for- ° S ° ye ( the development of sound agri-| or vice
| get the circumstances which made | 1es n | ul ST tes n oadway cultural policies nate th tow th iinet nd
’ r The e géevernme
Housewife’s Delight }us come here”. ‘She said that} \ ; < , vn possibility of . additional| not care about sates al ian es bard
| those moments were usually of an P t R 2 Fi “ay B H. (Marbader Advocate Corte ‘echnical assistance in the area ary ot 7 . vy
: . " d ‘a espondent) . : area, ) part of the health servi X-rays,
It was the housewife’s delight | evening when her children had uer oO 1¢c0 or e e ANTIGUA under the United Nations ex- specialists and hospit + ‘ eet
to go to the fish market in her|Teturned from school and were Barbados Advocate Corréspontiehs) Week after week truck loads of aioe programmes and{Personatity is ignored.’—INS
car or otherwise even as late as| Playing on the village green. WASHINGTON, June 30, BELIZE lumber from dismantled buildings'] g uted States Point Four Pro-
11 o'clock at night to get her fisn There was no place for the Dr. Aurelio Malaga Alba of the} strong recommendations for a} cf the ex Army Base are conveyed Picante was” Weleonted by _ the Parked in
as it was sometimes brought from | children to play near their old Veterinary Public Health Section further grant of $950 000 for the to St. John’s but on Saturday last eh Cano The Secretary Gen '
as far as 10 miles up the coast homes, as there were many houses] of the Pan American Sanitary continued subsidiz: tion of aa ant al a policeman decided to have a clic ‘dewam at tue up| W ron S pot: 20)’
to the market to be sold. | in the small area. Now the child.} Bureau, Regional Office of the foodstuffs have bee ane a’ | building which he had purchased Rivest gt ph in & f meee
Wine is a necessity to all French |Ten have a big pasture which| World ‘Health Organization, has nce $ ave gen minds to the move partly intact sa erat laracter for assistance from these FOR parking a cay on. Parry
people and the price has been| is open to strong breezes from] returned from Puerto Rico where fi ee Sao for the ¢ olonies, céntied alox “al puvhein. inh Quarters for consideration by] Street which is a restricted area,
kept down remarkably well| the East he rendered consultative services |Q/" 000. BVClyn. | Hone Colonials trucks seryitie it “cdtiangea lember Governments Tourism] Marcus Barrow another taxi
although Champagne which was At this time, a visitor paying| and technical assistance to the}©¢cretary, told the Legislative in@ the building hu Jetel was emphasized by the Commis-| driver was ordered to pay 20
| : : _— ' . s s} “ Ve complete ‘ as ie ,
formerly $2.00 a bottle is now| an evening visit to the district| health authorities during an out- C ouncil, last week. i itr ote aoe Wear t “ie ton as a field in which such assis-]in one month, when Magistrate
$3.50. would see the popular game of| break of rabies on that island The grant of $250,000 made for atmucture « x th we Phejtance should be sought, The}H. A. Talma found hin guilty
¢ ‘ r . 4 P “eed eg ) ‘xec , . * oy , ‘
She said that the buses are| the boys, cricket, being played— The outbreak occurred at tite |this purpose in January when the Sah fon. 4 aes re, a ! gulatic nj Executive Secretary of the Carib-| of the offence
smaller than those here and are| their parents looking on end of March and was identified|Honduran dollar Was devalued ses ie ransportation through bean Interim Tourism Committec The evidence was t Barrow
not as comfortable, but car hire as rabies in the Rabies Labora- |came to an end on June 30th city so unless it can be carried was invited to address the Com-]!} ad parked the car fo bout 20
from the visitor’s point of view is| tory of the Communicabie Disease A reply has not yet béen re- sin oe, other oor lion it will} mission on his preliminary obser-] ™inutes along Parry ect, ana
about the same | “ Centre of the U.S. Public Healtn|ceived by the Government on its| SH!) have to be stripped. Mean-|yations during the rapid tour of] When questioned by police
} ‘ eed I ra Service, in Montgomery, Alabama.|request for a further subsidy} “@i/e motorists have been com-|the area which he had just com-]| Constable said that hi lid not
. al at q ak ie cane It was reported 10 the Pan Amer=|erant, but the Gove nt states} P@lled to take another route to the | pleted to examine tourist facilities,| KNOW that that area not. a
For entertainment, there are a I frant, but the Government states : are
iGibes Gk” SERRE obe ‘ok thet ican Sanitary Bureau in order}that they will be maintained in city. Subjects chosen for technical con- parking spot
best being the Olympia which is | abs Another that the other countries in the| July, A reply has been promised seid ferences in 1951 were industrial}, Barrow, who was repre ened
luxuriously furnished and gives | Caribbean region be notifled and): very shortly.” development, fisheries and hous-}"Y Counsel, denied tha vane
two shows a. day In addition e warned to take precautionary. : E - ae rye ing ment, said that he wis awaiting
there is a full fledged bar which Motorist measures to prevent the introduc- ixtortion I rial a passenger who had gone
is ope aed day and Sight tion of the disease in their re- Social Justice P t i ' into ON, Customs Hoeu
pened day 2 7 tori ; . - |
eo ; : ; spective territories « ostpone« y y O LIGHTS. £1 |
Perens tts Rye ¢ Oe Bak bas Ge an en- At the same time, the Bureau Is Monthly f I f Customs Traps Acie A tg nee
> sea ye gineer o wo Mile Hill, was yeS-) received an invitation, through NASSAU : f EE ng SHE naad. a ‘ ack
ymphony orchestra at the Pax|terday ordered to pay a fine of|the US. Public Health Service, . ‘No: See BANAMAS, July 5, ‘ é DOVER, England SHE! L. imposed a fine of £1 in|
Theatre. This orchestra she said € (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) Noneholas Musgrove, arraigned Britain's Customs and Excise} }4 days on Julian Blackett a}
veatre. This orchestra she said} 4 in two months for exceeding ]|from the Commissioner of Publi oT Tor En be ’ .
5 fe ‘ini ‘sieel 1 nmissioner © c BELIZE before Chief Justice Oswald Ban-|men are using new high-frequency | t¢Xi driver of Chapel Gap for}
was first started by a Roman\|the speed limit with the motor{ Health of Puerto Rico. Dr. Juar _ & i :
. St aaa mar We : n : : ETD ICO, = A new newspaper has been}croft at the opening of the oe radio telephone equipment in af P@'king a car without lights on
Catholic Priest from France and jcar M-1197 along Martindales|a_ p send an cbserv ; - ? : . : ese * . |
a © 8 ons, to send an observer to} parted British H i Th preme Court, July Sessions plead- | stepped-1 battle against s{ Station Hill, which is a highway
rendered some very heavy classical | oad on April 27, when he op-|the US. territory starved in “Sriisn sOncure led not guilt this pped-up battle against smug | Va
atts Ts 5 : ‘e afore magistrate . blishers are the General Work-| ©, !°' guilty to three charges of | glers on June 17,
musie by Russian and German| peared before magistrate A. J bv : ae attempted extortion nd t “ =
composers, the like of which she} Hanschell, The PASB assigned Dr. Aureliojers’ Union Executive Councillors, charx of writte th A ne The new equipment enables we
had never heard in the West! Cpl. Jones who brought the Malaga to make on-the-spot ob—/and it is intended primarily to deat! or, eithvous t Re - oan es them to operate in much the same |
Indies except perhaps in British| prosecution, said that on. April] servations of rabies cases, and to|further the cause of unionism in|Tady Oakes. The trial he ade Way as police patrol cars
Guiana. | 27, he was on duty along Martin- | collaborate with the insular health |{)e Colony ' Ea ae Uhis equipment was fitted as an

i i ostponed t » Oct ‘g¢
| dales Road with another consta-| authorities in the study of the} The postponed to the October Sessions

| ble testing the speed of vehicles. | epidemiology of the disease. Dr. | Courisel
| They were 110 yards apart. He] Malaga assisted Dr. Ernest 5S. . Rea-

66 99 | saw the car M-i197 approaching] Tierkel, of the U.S-P.H.S., in /°°l™s it is a monthly MER oe tie whe ee ae los the ties See
~ ’ - é -1197 a a ’ ‘ Ps fence lay ors 7 . s_i| Ol > stloms et.
Sea-Shell | him going towards the country|giving & course in Isboratory} . Sate i, ee ee. at tHe ‘de

name of the new paper is by experiment on the cutter Vigilant

ana proved a great success, It is



e agreement between the oe e-
Social Justice, and for the timecuting and defence

jlable in”
S until

TS , » fence is not ready sroceé: ae The Vigilant carries two fast
and seemed to travelling at a] diagnosis of rabies. He also gave Ge ts Agric ulture 1ot ready to proceed to

O' s launches—one for fine weather
fast rate. a conference at Puerto Rico’s| s . oer i £5. Achediled 1, attorney and another for ro 1 seas, Both
7 anks As soon as the front wheel] Dept. of Agriculture on the prob- | Scholarships ae ee ihe ae when sent ‘ Ce Puniceaes
touched the blue line which he]lems related to rabies. ‘ (Barvatios Advocate Correspondent) | day for Ireland on vacation and| vessels, have been able to keep
(From Our London Correspondent) had drawn across the road, he Control Measures Applied / TIGUA will not be ne before Octo~|in touch with their parent ship

LONDON. started his stop watch and then The outbreak of rabies was first George Lett of Antigua has been| ber, and Captain Basil Sparrow,

Verena, second of the four| walked towards the other con-| manifested in the towns of Saint astitent aan Ale 1950

sister-ships destined to play aj stable McClean who also had’ a} Just. , “
great part in carrying crude oil] stop watch, The two watches

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Leeward | Star prosecution witness who

Toa Alta and Ciales, and | {clands scholarship fora diploma] @w on an African tour with

insular health authorities imme-





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needed for Britain’s refinery ex-| were stop at the same time ond in Agriculture at the Imperial arry Phillip Oakes, son of Lady









! frequency—~I.N.S
| = i By diately placed these three areas|(ojjece of Tropical Agriculture Oakes will not be re turring before an 1 nae
pansion programme, was launched| Tead 50 and 45 seconds respec-| under quarantine. At the same will f ydtober October 3ail of £1,000 has been
on June 29. tively thus giving a difference of | time, and will enter in October,

an intensive campaign was extended (CP)
3y the end of July, two more| 5 seconds, which is calculated to

launched to round up and vac- _ ; ‘
vessels in this dollar-saving oil} to be 41 miles m.p h. The Speed] cinate all the stray dogs within a Govt. House ee ae oe Ol Ss é Ss
fleet—all larger than any so far| !imit in this area is 20 m.p.h. | radius of two kilometers from the 7 . i



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jJaunched in Europe—will be fitting . centers of infection. Three thous- To Be I ‘ainted illiams
out. The first vessel, the Velutina, Forfeits Car and dogs were vaccinated and] (ga+yaitos Advocate Correspondent)

Jaunched by Princess Margaret is about four thousand stray dogs

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; ; ANTIGU New rT ‘retary
expected to leave on her maiden MR. H A TALMA, City | were killed in an effort to isolate ANDIGUA wUnd I Sec re tary

SEG ® 99
: . 5 It is understood that Antigua’s j ¥ e e
voyage to the Persian Gulf some} Police Magistrate, ordered N. E.| the vector and prevent the spread-|. 6:00 yo Gren : aS \ v a mo lV aut an
time in August. Wilson, a Swan Street merchant, | ing of the disease. The last case antiquated Government House will I or Commonwealth

The four new tankers are| to forfeit his Oldsmobile motor} was reported on May 12 in Ciales shortly be receiving a coat of |

i throughout , rior J I
named after sea-shells. Each one} Car last Monday after he plead- Mongoose May Also Be ee ; are of them is capable of making| ed guilty of having imported it Carrier Of Rabies co. Our an ected by I! rs. B ACK | Prime Minister Attlee yesterday p
eight round trips from the Persian| Cn October 15, without having " burne, wife of the new Governor | announced the

ane : oar a appointment of ih e E U FE 3
Gulf every year, bringing 200,000| Cbtained a license which is ae ane oa mee aie Sone expected here in late September.| Davi! Rees-Williams as Partia -PROV E 2 WOM N oO T Oo ;
tons of crude oil to Britain. granted for such purposes. Mr. in Puerto Rico that the mongoose * ag | mentary Under-Secretary for

Talma also fined him £20 and ]/- | ;. Stikpeokeeh ax: aititerstble, Vent Bishop’s Crockery Stolen | Commonwealth Relations Office
Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company,| (0Sts to be paid in 14 days or in “hi So Rubepesge: Yipee

the Shell concern. The launching
ceremony yesterday was perform-| â„¢ent

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ae = a as (Barbados Advocate Correspondent | Rees-Williams was Colonial ~
default six months’ imprison- a age ties fen ST. JOHN'S | Under-Secretary ‘until he lost his CAN HAVE LOVELIER SKIN
tae He. Wathott sebrisenind Jamaica in 1877 to kili rats dur- In the absence of the Bishop ‘ eat in. Parliament in the Feb- E
ed by Lady Slessor, wife of the} Wils: 7. I. Walcott represen,°'l ing a plague epidemic. In India| °f Antigua and Mrs Rew REFREDY| ruary 23 election. The Minister
Chief of the Air Staff, Sir John] 2&SOU and South Africa, the mongoose} Davis the Bishop’s Lodge was| must be a Member of Parliament
Slessor, at Belfast. | is considered one of the principal | "ken into a few nights ago and The Labour Government solved
wagriots of rabies, a number of silver and crockery} Sri, problem by raising Ree Ss
| mongoose-trapping operation re stolen. iiams to the Peerage, which
6 , | The Weather is wide way throughout the islandil Gjsione “Alelly teaminat ae ae hi 5 ea in the be eC
| . in order to determine hetk I vulsions mally erminating in | oO words e has not yet chosen af
Hot Sermons | TO-DAY animal is the rabies eae, net death. j his title. Rees-Williams succeeds
|| Sun Rises; 5.43 a.m, carrier of infection during the He said that he did not know] Lord Holden who, the announce
LONDON, | Sun Sets; 6.25 p.m. recent outbreak. if the mongoose is a reservoir of | ment said, has resigned owing to | Thirty enine doctors — including
Raven-haired, glamorous former| | Moon (New) July 15 Dr. Malaga observed that there| iMfection although there is a possi~| temporary pressure of urgent] i i ‘ialists — have
actress Doris Strudwicks, Britain’s| | Lighting: 7.00 p.m. is every hope for the total eradi-| Pility of that animal being the) business—C.P | leaaling skin specialists — a ae
~hot gospeller in nylons,” returned| | High Water; 9.32 a.m., 9.56 pation sat snuiee trom Puerto Rico ior dea = Poa nee completed 14-day tests of the
rom aé preaching tour of the! p.m. in view of e effective control eT, aS ~ | ro ‘ Sais han ” f
United States because ‘England | measures that have been taken by In Trinidad he said that the | R S ° W . ‘Palmolive Beauty Plan” on 1,354
needs re-awakening.’ | YESTERDAY the insular health authorities, hao of infection is sometimes ussian ay women: women of all ages: with
The beautiful 25-year-old} | Rainfall (Codrington) Nil Fatal Disease sie vaniping ‘bat. Me did” not “Vv ype cin, * y report a
Britisher, wearing American | Total for Month to Yester- The Advocate was told yester-| ink that there was any need LONDON wre type * ekm. Chey Tepe m
r ylons, high-heeled shoes and a} day; .05 in. day in an interview with Dr. F. N. a public alarm in Barbados as fn Russia, the government pay definite noticeable improvement in
tight-fitting costume, said: Temperature (Max. 86.5° F. Grannum, Acting Director of ; introduc tion of the disease | it by taxing itself the complexions of 2 women out of 3.
“Though I loved the Americans I| | ‘Temperature (Min.) 72.5° F. Medical Services that rabies is a]; 3, VY UniIkely : an finance minister A, G } “d by signed s ¢ tsb y
knew IT had to come back here.|| wind Direction (9 a.m.) E., fatal disease causing inflamation In the meantime, the port and| Zvervev explained to the Supreme (Supported by signed statements by
where I feel I am negded.” j (3 pm) E. of the brain tissue and is due to aerodrome authorities are taking| Soviet in Moscow that two-third | the women themselves.)
Doris, who does not drink, | Wind Velocity: 11 miles per f virus acquired through the bite prec autions They have been noti-} of; the budget revenue in 1949 wot, iy : rare
moke, use make-up, go to dances, hour 5 f a rabid animal fied ao instructed to inspect all! came from turnover tax and] Particular improvem«¢ nts
theatres or night clubs and has no 9 3 30.001, "The symptoms are headache animals such as dogs and other) prefits tax—-on ‘state-rin enter | bserved were:—-
boy friends, will rest a month be-| Barometer ao a” #0. llowed fone dificult Peas al. small animals before they are| prise: He didn’t explain where] v f "
fore preaching “hot” sermon (3 p.m.) 29.8 wing and later delirium and ¢ OH allowed to land in the island | the rest came from | f é ;
throughout Britain. } oo , /
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NOTICE @ Kraft Prepared Mustard ¥| | t oring | Ungep ir
F % » Cheese with Macaroni x q | 100k i,
dies S ; Department 8
| 1 “he sservedly P lar \
» Flavouring Essences % has a deservedly Popul; | ar :
& 8 % || Reputation for | You, too, can expect those skin improvements—in only 14 days
Moir’s Custard Powd 2 |
As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of owder Mi ee a : " | * ei meer wan 2 boty ‘ a sovistel
our ‘Engities thin ho Wher be delayed, the Comwany has th is. aie x “JUST THAT LITTLE BIT If you want a complexion every man admires and every woman envies start the
consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of KI MORE CARE AND | ‘‘ Palmolive Beauty Plan” now ! It’s so simple. This is all yqu do :
commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now {{,% Chase & Sanborn Coffee ¥} {\) ATTENTION” i ;
available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load at (1-% Tins) Bh : | 1 Wash your face with Palmolive Soap
intervals during the next few months. RI hict : fl order ) 7 F
* ~ > . le 7 oe £ prs ‘ . ‘ * .
Quinn's Cocktail (Salted) %| whieh we mun oe | 2 Massage its rich, olive-oil lather into your skin for
Our Consumers are asked to co-operate by exercising the Peanuts 1h) eter one full minute.
utmost economy in the use of Electricity, particularly during g e | 8 ‘
the Peak period between 6.20 and 8,30 p.m, until further notice. Ss} | o Rinse.
S ene % : |
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Vv. SMITH, $| - eee ene i ‘| Do this for 14 days. And you will (prove — as the doctors
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2 June, 1950. | | ee , ; ‘
C $ I Palmolive’s beautifying olive oil lather, you will .
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Friday, July

7, 1950





DEARER FORK

THE VALUE of Lord Listowel’s visit |

to Barbados in November at the time of
the Governors’ Conference is now appar-

ent.

In a debate in the House of Lords’

on Independence Day Lord Listowel said
that the West Indies have been harder
hit by devaluation than any other terri-
tory under the British flag. Lord Listowel
must know this perfectly well because at
the Governors’ Conference it was realised
that devaluation would hit the West Indies
as soon as the cushioning effect of the fore-
sight of Bridgetown’s merchants in buy-
ing supplies in advance had worn off. So
well was this realised that the Governors’
Conference decided to hold a meeting of
‘Government Officials which would re-
view the field of economic problems in
the British Caribbean since devaluation
of the pound sterling. This meeting was
held in March this year and a report was

made to Governments in the area,

the meantime the people of
await with interest the report of the Com-
mittee which was appointed in October,

1949,
Control in Barbados.

to examine the system of

In
Barbados

Price

It is hoped that this report will speedily
be published so that the public can have
basic information which is so necessary if
the people are to understand just how
much the cost of living to-day is duc
directly to devaluation. Ever since Janu-
ary the effects of devaluation have grad-
ually been making themselves felt as the
prices of goods have increased owing to
the lower purchasing power of the Barba

dos dollar.

It is now being said more

and more often in Barbados that devalu-
ation has had much less effect than was

at first prophesied.

It is being said that

the price of United Kingdom articles are
now no more expensive than those from
dollar markets. But at the same time it is
being forgotten that until devaluation
goods from the dollar markets of North
America were in many cases considerably
cheaper than goods from the United King- |

dom.

Devaluation has now evened ou!

disparity in prices in favour of the United
Kingdom manufacturers, but how hard has
been the blow struck at the West Indies
Lord Listowel must know and this week
he has nobly championed the West Indian
cause in the Home Parliament. Lord Lis-
towel’s words are not however the total
picture of Barbadian Society to-day. What
does not appear on official records of con-
trolled goods prices is the large number of
The gardener who
replies “dearer fork” when asked for an
explanation of a rise in the price of home

items produced locally.

grown vegetables is representative of

a

whole series of unofficial price increases
which have swept this island since deval-

uation.

Not only is Barbados hard hit by hav-
ing the value of its currency dramatically
decreased externally, but this same deval-
ued currency is being further devalued in-
ternally by unofficial price increases, the
sum total of which make miserable house-
wives and unhappy fathers of families. |
The need cries out for prompt action to
peg living costs before inflation reaches a
point where wage increases will them-
selves be powerless to cope with an alarm-

ing situation.

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OUR READERS SAY:

SS

Life Assurance Investments

The Editor, The Advocate,
SIR,—Why did C.G.G.
and energy to dilate on the
ance? em
Merely to express his opini

value 0

on that

expend so much time

{ life assur-

the appoint-

ment of a Committee to value the investments of

the Barbados Mutual Life
“ean do no harm”?
When the 1888 Resolution

refers, was passed by the policy

nearly all of the Society's

Assura
to wh

Assets

mortgages of Real Estate, but to-day

the case as can be
Society’s latest Balance Sheet.
What are the facts’

seen on

holders all
consisted

reference to

nee Society
G.
or
of
that is not
the

ich C.G

When, as now, a quinquennial valuation comes
to be made the investments are valued in the

following manner:—

Real Estate Mortgages

In Barbados:—by the
when considered necessary,
by independent valuers.

Directors,
valuations

by

In the other West Indian Islands
gage over a certain amount (fixed by the Actuary)

is valued by a recognized Valuer whose
Society's

covered by a report by the
submitted to the Actuary.

Stocks, Bods,

supported
made
every mort-

valuation,
Agent, is

Shares, Debentures, ete —each

of the Society's Bankers furnishes a formal certi-
ficate of the “Bid” values of the several securi-
ties held by that Bank as of the date on whicn
the Valuation is being made, In the case of Securi-
ties not quoted on the Stock Exchange the Bank
gives the latest price at which any such security |

may have changed hands,

All of the above Valuation Reports, certificates,
jete, are forwarded in original to the Actuary to

enable skim to make his Valuation, These are
forwarG:d into full details of each security to-
gether with the comments of the Board of Di-

rectors along such lines as have been suggested

by the Actuary.

In such circumstances it seems to me quite
unnecessary to appoint the Committee envisaged
by the 1888 Resolution, but I think the Policy|
Holders will be well advised to follow the Board |
of Directors who are best qualified to advise |
them on the subject. |

But perhaps C.G.G. will attend the meeting |
on the 7th, and give Policy holders the benefit
of his advice on the matter.

X.Y.Z,

July 6, 1950



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE





1950

FRIDAY, JULY 7



WEST INDIES=1 A BROKEN PROMISE

HY HUGH PAGET. M. A.

In the eighteenth century the
West Indies were considered by
Great Britain to be of such im-
portance that it was seriousiy
debated, during the negotiations
for a treaty, waether Guadeloupe

should be retained in preference

to Canada
Today their

different kind
The West

interest is of a
Indies are now less
important because of their eco-
nomic wealth than because the
Caribbean is a laboratory in which
rate reiations are being solved in
practice and in which we can see
, people and a nation coming into
being.

It does, in fact, provide a mi-
crocosm in’ which some of the
greatest of world problems can be
een in their simplest terms. It is
also the scene of the most impor-
tant development in the British
Commonwealth at the present
time

My main theme then is the West
Indian people. I will endeavour
to show, as far as the limits of a
lecture will permit, how very wide
is the variety of sources from
which the present peoples of the
West Indies have come into the
Caribbean; how despite their di-
verse origins, they have become,
or are becoming, one people and
how, in the future, we may expect
to see them become a nation.

The British West Indian islands
look very small indeed on the map
but they and the mainland terri-
tories are scattered over or nearby
the Caribbean Sea. One of the
best ways of getting an idea of
their relative positions and of the
distances which divide them is
that of superimposing a map of
the West Indies upon that of Eu-
rope (as was done in the Report
of the Moyne Commission). If,
then, British Honduras is taken
to be in the position of England,
the Bahamas would be in Sweden,
Jamaica would be near Danzig,
Trinidad near the Crimea and
British Guiana in Asia Minor,

The islands are the peaks of a
submerged mountain system
sweeping in a magnificent curve
from Yucatan in Mexico to the
mouth of the Orinoco. The highest
point in the British West Indian
islands is Blue Mountain peak in
Jamaica which rises to over 7,300
feet. The mountains are largely
voleanic in origin and such disas-
trous eruptions have occurred as
that in Martinique in 1902 when
the voleano of Mt. Pele destroyed
the town of St. Pierre, leaving
as its sole survivor, it is said, a
man in a prison cell condemned to
death. Earthquakes are not un-
common, and Kingston, the capi-
tal of Jamaica, was almost entire-
ly destroyed by one in 1907. The
West Indies are also subject to
hurricanes, and we experienced
the worst for thirty years in Ja~-
rnaica in 1944. This is a grim
picture and suffers from conden-
sation. For the most part, the
islands enjoy a delightful climate,
the temperature averages 72°, and
rainfall usually being plentiful.



What strikes the newcomer to
the West Indies most forcibly ?
Undoubtedly, I think, the beauty
and the colour that is everywhere

about him, The mountains and
the rich vegetation make the

Caribbean one of the most beau-
tiful and varied regions in the
world. Everyone who has been
there will remember individual
scenes which are etched upon his
memory. It may be the Pitons of
St. Lucia, rising dramatically lik»
green cones from the blue Carib-
bean; the patchwork quilt of
Barbados, seen from the air, with
its canefields shining like patches
of sunlight against the duller
greens and browns about them;
or the remote stillness, broken
only by the mournful notes of the
Solitaire, of the cloud-encircled
peaks of the Blue Mountains of
Jamaica,

I will only touch lightly on the
history of the West Indies in order
to furnish a background which
may be helpful in understanding
the present, It is tempting to dwell
on the pageantry of the West In-
dian past—to speak of the dis-
coveries and exploits there of
Columbus, of Sir John Hawkins,
of Raleigh, of Sir Henry Morgan,
of Admiral Benbow, of Rodney
and of Nelson—but the tempta-
tion must be resisted, I am con-
cerned rather with the historical
processes by which the present
population got to the West Indies
and how the pregent structure of

West Indian society came into
being.
In the first place, they are,

practically speaking, no natives of
the West Indies in the sense in
which Africans are natives of
Africa or the Chinese of China.
The islands were originally in-
habited by Indians who came
from South America (where they
survive in reduced num.ders in
Guiana). The Arawaks were

——_—— IT



_—

Time and again in the history
of the Unitgd States, prophets
and historians alike have spoken
of a “year of decision”.

But in modern decades at least,
no more awesome and fateful
ones have ever been taken than
those climaxed with the é-
nouncement by President Tru-
man that the United States’
ground forces are under orders
to fight in Korea,

At the same time, he virtually
eliminated the now famous 38th
parallel dividing Soviet-con-

wolled North Korea from the
southern republic, and unless all
military experts and diplomatic

authorities are completely wrong,
the Communist invasion should
soon become nothing more than
a matter of record,

Up to now, President Tru-
man’s decision to use the atomic
bomb against Japan has_ been
regarded as the weightiest choice
that any American president has
made since Abraham Lincoln,

But in retrospect, this
quite a different aspect Total
war, in its current meaning,
Leaves. no space for reservations
Every legal tenet of so-called
‘merciful warfare” as laid down
ia the treaties signed years ago
was violated almost from the be-
sinning by Germany, Italy and
Japan

The infamy of the Pearl Har-
bour attack ‘itself justified any
reprisals and despite all argu-
ments to the contrary there is
no question that use of the
atomic bomb saved thousands of

has



(in a lecture to the Empire
Summer School, Cambridge)

found principally in the larger
islands and the Caribs were in
the process of conquering them
when the Spaniards came upon
the scene. A handful of their
descendants (largely of mixed
blood) survive in Dominica and
in Trinidad but the great bulk of
the population descends from peo-
ple who have gone into the
Caribbean, either voluntarily or
otherwise, during the last two or
three hundred years. Everywhere
the population is derived princi-
pally from two main groups—the
Colonists and the slaves. It is im-
possible to understand the struc-
ture of West Indian society un-
less it is remembered that it was,
in the main, the creation of the
English Colonist, in exactly the
same way as was the case in
Virginia or the other mainland
colonies.

The descendants of the Royal-
ists and Roundheads who settled
in the West Indies in times of
political stress - a ¢ the
nearest approa:.. . asuigines
that most of the old Colonies like
St. Kitts, Barbados and Jamaica
can now claim.

The origina! Colonists had small
holdings worked by themselves,
their families and white servants,
on which grew such crops as in-
digo and tobacco, About the year
1640, however, a great change
began to take place. Dutch mer-
chants who found the sugar in-
dustry a source of great profit in
Guiana, persuaded the English
Colonists in Barbados and else-
where to grow sugar and sell it
to them, Thus was established
the sugar industry which became
the basis of the West Indian eco-
nomy. This date provides a
watershed not only in economic
but, above all, racial history, The
sugar industry demanded a large
supply of labour inured to hard
work in the tropics. This was the
cause of the introduction of West
African labour into the West In-
dies. The basis of slavery is
economic and not racial, but its
effect in the West Indies was to
alter the whole balance of race
so that the white colonists are
now a minority and the vast ma-
jority of the population is either
of pure or of mixed African
descent.

The present social organisaticn
of the people of the West Indies
dates from the period immediate-
ly following upon emancipation.
With the collapse of the sugat
industry, estates came into the
market at very low prices in Ja-
maica and some other islands,
and the people were able to buy
land, with the help of the mis-
sionaries, very cheaply indeed,
They settled themselves in new
communities and organized an
internal marketing system which

plays an important part in the tury eins aa hein in ¢ Sung, a Korean communist, Soviet trained,
nomic li is s. very depressed state. ‘ar re- 5
Barbados = ne ee, tained the main crop of the West] and not connected with the well-known un-

the estates managed to survive,
there has been less land settle-
ment and the social, economic and
racial structure is more rigid.

The West indian peasantry is
mostly of African stock but in the
century or so since emancipation
many new elements have been
added to the population, A little
over a century ago indentured
labourers from India began to be
brought into the West Indies. To-
day they are the largest single
element in the population of
British Guiana and _ constitute
about one third of the population
of Trinidad. Other additions are
the Chinese, who control a great
deal of the retail trade, and the
Syrians who are a small but wide-
ly scattered and wealthy com-
munity.

Despite the coming of these
races, British West Indian life
remains essentially a blend of
British and West African ele-
ments. There has been a great
deal of racial admixture, but the
blend is found in almost every
aspect of life in the West Indies
Jamaican music is a good exam-
ple of this blend in the cultural
life of the country, for it combines
English airs, often dating from
the 18th century, with an African
yhythm: the result, which is
surprisingly harmonious, is es-
sentially Jamaican,

Perhaps the most important
African heritage of the West
Indian of African origin is his
attitude towards life. One char-
acteristic of this attitude is 4
certain good-natured tolerance
which, coupled with the tradition-
al British sense of fair play, have
combined to reduce racial feeling
to the minimum. The West Indies





KOREAN DECISION

By J.C. Oestreicher

American lives.

Blueprints for the planned
“battle of Tokyo” which was made
unnecessary by the explosions
at Hiroshima and Nagasaki are
among the most formidable in
the annals of war.

Three separate landings we:
planned — two of them more or
less feints and the third a_ real
invasion deploying many divisions
whose men knew and_ accepted
the fact that their ranks would
be decimated.

The necessary secrecy sur
rounding the high-level discus -
sions in Washington .and the
actual military operations ,on
Korea make impossible presenta—
tions of a full picture at the
present time.

But there is no doubt that the
use of ground forces was given
gravest consideration and decided
upon only when it became clear
that the south Korean troops were
no match for tthe armoured
strength from the north,

It can be argued that it makes
no difference whether an enemy
is bombed by an airplane, shelled
by a warship or made the target
of bazookas and artillery.

Yet the dispatch of infantry
and artillery means that with
greatest reluctance, against its
real will and only unter the

press of real necessity, the United
States has committed itself to the
Asiatic mainland.

The mere thought of a knot of
American soldiers on that vast,



* y Y —C
By EDWIN W. PAULEY

lave much to learn, but I sincerely |

believe that they car at least give!

the world an example of ragjal

toleration.

The importance of this area is,
as I have suggested, no longer
primarily economic, but the eco-
nomic aspect of West Indian
affairs is fundamental to the
proper understending of them and
must therefore engage a certgin
amount of our attention.

In the first place then I would

(Pauley, A Los Angeles Oil Man, Served
With Ambassadorial Rank When He |
Made His War Reparations Inspection

f East Asia, In 1946)

LOS ANGELES.
Soviet Russia’s agreement for a trusteeship |
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mind in studying their problems. There was a noticeable difference in the
In the palmy days of West Indian

prosperity in the eighteenth and brusqueness of the Soviet forces in their
early nineteenth centuries, wae treatment of the Koreans, compared with
economic basis of West Indian life . : ‘ ©
was an extremely simple one. the Americans in the territory south of the
Sugar was produced on ae es—-! 38th Parallel.

tates by slave labour and sold in
England in a protected market. So Southern Korea was dependent almost en
profitable was the production of] tirely on North Korea for hydro-electric pow-

sugar at that time that the indus— f ti ye

fry even survived the strain ‘of | & and other material; the North upon the |
absentee proprietorship which|the South for various types of consumer
came to be the custom, When,

however, emancipation and the goods.

introduction of free trade knocked In the North, all individual land holdings
away the two props. of an artificial

Jabour supply and an_ artificial above 12 acres were reallocated without
market, the sugar industry] transfer of title to the agricultural workers,
collapsed.

Unfortunately for them, the} the land of the Japanese and the collabora-

Wrest Indies had put all their eggs
in one basket, and it proved to
have a very large hole in it. The
West Indian economy had, in fact,
been geared for the production
of sugar for Britain in accordance
with the mercantilist policy of the

tionists having been confiscated.

committees and eliminated any elements un-
favourable to a thorough going communist
e, eople’s committees
Mother Country. When, therefore, Perens » and these ere ae
Great. Britain abandoned that} were in turn responsible to the provincial
policy for free trade, the West] committees, which were finally subordinate

Indies were left high and dry. : + ‘
Throughout the nineteenth cen-[ to a national committee headed by Kim Il

Indian Colonies and for some the
cnly one, although at times it was
actually being produced at a loss.

In colonies like Jamaica where
there was a better balance between
large estates and small holdings,
the people were at least able -to
grow most of their own foodstuffs.
Towards the end of the century,
too, they were able to turn to the
growing of bananas as a cash crop.

The twentieth century was little
better. Although the position of
Vest Indian sugar planters im-
proved to some extent after 1902
when the Brussels Convention
brought to an end the special help

derground leader of the same name.

Our observations in Northern Korea would
indicate that the entire governmental and
economic machinery was thoroughly con-
trolled by the Soviet command.

Throughout the cities and in every factory
visited, the walls. were virtually covered with
propaganda posters praising Kim II Sung,
Stalin and the liberating Red Army, and de-
nouncing Kim Koo and Dr. Syngman Rhee,
given by European countries to now head of the South Korea government.
the exporters of beet sugar, the} The most prominent poster displayed show-
price had dropped before the first} eq ag skull with two snakes coming out of

world war to an extremely low ae h
level, That war did bring about| the eye sockets, signifying Rhee and Kim
a sharp rise in the price of sugar] Koo

to about five times its pre-war r
level. But the collapse was even
more serious after the war and
the price dropped to 5s. 3d. per
cwt, in the nineteen-thirties, In
spite of preferential treatment in
the English and Canadian mar-

Directly under Stalin’s picture, in most in-
stances, was a picture of Kim II Sung, Cho
Men Sik, who was the Leader of the Demo-
alas aber: eae auaiel baWid Dro cratic party in North Korea, was under house

duced = a loss, a arrest because he refused to collaborate with
n e meantime, while the ;

prosperity (or rather the poverty’ the Soviets.
of the West Indian Colonies

f He is the man who was originally picked
fluctuated so violently, the popu-

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by the Soviets to be the leading political fig-
ure, operating under the name of the Demo-
cratic party, but actually the communist
party.

lation of the area rose steadily
and rapidly, This state of affairs
was aggravated by the return of
thousands of men who had worked
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‘2 be continued)

He and his party also made the mistake, as
far as the Soviets were concerned, of oppos-
ing trusteeship of Korea.

This is the same general idea that split the
the! Soviet - United States - Korean Commission
which was working out joint problems con-
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wartorn Seoul.







frue Man

The Editor, The Advocate,

SIR,—I beg through this medium to express
what all West Indians must or should feel at this
moment — a deep and tru2 regard for the
U.S.A. and her President. Our United Nations

To their north is the power-| ar@ not asleep, and will rise to answer the call
house of Manchuria, vastest| 28ainst ruthless aggressors, who through greed
reservoir of Russian force -in| 89d heartless living inflate the heads of ignorant
Eastern Asia. people who resort to the lowest methods of try-

To their west is ‘Communist-—| 19g to get what they want.
occupied China and to the east is] _ President Truman is really a “true man.” May
Japan, thinly occupied by other} America and England go hand in hand to make

inhospitable expanse is a forbid-
ding one,

They carry the flag’ into an
area where in the event of full-
scale war, they would be open
to assault by monumental Soviet
strength.

United States’ troops and in no this a New World in which to live and a safe
position to furnish anything in| haven from oppression.
the way of military assistance if| VICTORY

needed,

In briefest terms, the United < i
States’ government thus decided That Dirty Street
upon a “caleulated risk”

that| To the Editor, The Advocate—

apparently could not be avoided.| SIR.—If Suttle Street continues to show that|



: ee Russia pres determined | untidy and congested appearance, some day a
© eject western influence from) disease will hit Barbados i ‘ "a
the Chinese mainland and the a ae oer wan

take years to remedy.

According to a paragraph in your columns when
there is a heavy downpour of rain the street is
covered with slush and on a dry day rotten fruits
litter the gutters.

It is not only the gutters that give this unsight-
ly appearance, but in my opinion it is the bad
looking houses around that area that are partly
the cause.

_Something should be done at once about the
situation, because as the old saying is “prevention
is better than cure.”

I am hoping to see something done in the not
too distant future, both with this area, and all
other areas which give this unsightly appearance
as they are many others which need straightening |
up.

western allies are equally deter-
mined to stay there.

The latter reasoning is based
upon utter conviction that the
new role of world Communism
is open military aggression in
place of subversion; shooting
instead of torture, bribery and
the other instruments of this
political philosophy.

It is still too early to tell
whether Mr, Truman's newest
decision will mean a more active
Soviet role in the conflict, a stif-
fening of North Korean resistance
or a swift solution in a_ highly
dangerous situation,

L. B. CLARKE.

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Seawell decreased last month. In
May 101 flights were made while
there were only 97 this month.

The amount of passengers arriv-
ing last month was 893 as against
911 in May and the departures
were 798 as against 1,032 in May,

PEED Y MOTORISTS are

caught by Police Speed Traps
not only in the City but also in
the country districts. A Speed
Trap was set by Cpl. Cyrus, along
with P.C. 456 Small in a St.
George district during the month
of May and as a result three
motorists appeared before the Dis-
trict ‘B’ Police Magistrate, Mr.
C. W. Rudder on Wednesday and
were heavily fined.

Cpl. Cyrus preferred the charges



while Sgt. Inniss of the District
‘B’ Station prosecuted for the
Police,

Archie Drayton of Windsor
Tenantry, St. George, who was
charged with driving motor car
J 19 along Brighton Road, St.

George on May 4 at 41 miles per
hour when he should have been
doing 30 miles an hour, was fined
£4 and 1/- costs in four monthly
instalments and his licence was
endorsed.

Urvin Clarke of Hopewell, St.
Thomas, driver of motor lorry
T 87, who was charged with driv-
ing the same lorry along Bulkeley
Road on May 4 at over 29 miles
an hour instead of 20 miles per
hour, was also fined £4 and 1/-
costs in four monthly instalments.
His licence was also endorsed.

A fine of £ ind 1/=- costs in
three monthly instalments was
imposed on Emmerson Crichlow
of Bulkeley Tenantry, St. George,
the driver of motor lorry G 13.

He was charged with driving
along Bulkeley Road on May 4 at
26 miles an hour instead of 20
mikes, His licence was endorsed.

In all instances Mr. Rudder
warned the drivers to stop speed-
ing. He said that speeding is dan-
gerous and a serious offence.

ATTS VILLAGE, St. George,

was the scene of unrest
throughout yesterday. Residents of
the district could be heard talking
about the recent death of Meta
Clement and making their own
comments,

Police were constantly guarding
the house involved and everyone
had an inquisitive look on their
faces.

HE LOSS OF A_ LADY’S
WRIST WATCH valued $35
was reported by Delcina McKenzie
of Westmoreland, St. James.
McKenzie told the Police that the
watch was removed from her
house between 11.30 a.m, and 12.30
p.m. on Monday.
PL. CRAIGWELL of the Cen-
tral Police Station reported
that the store of Messrs. Thani
Brothers at No. 6 Swan Street was
broken and entered at about 10.45
p.m, on Tuesday and a quantity of
goods removed,

The Police are investigating a
report which came from Prince
Adams of Drax Hall Woods, St
George, who said that $87 in cash
was removed from his jacket
pocket while the jacket was hung
up at his home on Wednesday.
A® ACCIDENT OCCURRED at

the corner of Roebuck and
Crumpton Streets at about 3.30
p.m, on Wednesday between motor
lorry M 1152, owned and driven
by Edgar Maloney of Fairfield
Cross Road, St. Michael, and a
bicycle owned by Courtnay Smith
of Cottage, St. George and ridden
by 17-year-old Montrose Blenman
of Newbury.

Leroy Smith, who was on the
bar of the cycle, was injured on
his right foot. The cycle was ex-
tensively damaged

SHOW, WHICH will be given

by the Mobile Cinema at St
Mark’s School pasture, St. Philip
tonight, will conclude this week’s
programme for the Cinema, It will
be for the benefit of residents of
the St. Mark’s area














HE “BACKGROUND OF

OFFICE ROUTI is the
subject to be discussed when the
Y.M.¢ Discussion Group meet
toni at the Y.M.C.A. The dis-
cussion will be led by Mr. H. F
Hawkins and all clerks are in-
vited,



1

g it into the veins of < iCK oO!

® Frequently this is the only
method of saving the life of a
patient. Any one of us, or our
children or relatives, may with-

out warning find ourselves in
the position of requiring a blood
transfusion if we are to recover
from an illness or an injury,

Many patients who need trans-
are able to get relative:
or friends to come and have thei:
blood tested and if their blooc
matches the patient's blood a
transiusion can be -given, but
often the urgency of the
case is too great for the time to
be spent in examining, the blood
of relatives or friends, or some-
times there are no healthy rela-
tives available, or the blood
groups are dissimilar

iusions

too

In all progressive countries ia
the world the medical authorities
have instituted a system of blood
banks and a register of blood
donors, that is, a list of people,
who, if an emergency arose in
their own family, or other fami-

lies, would be prepared to
give a small quantity of their
blood for the benefit of their
fellow beings who so urgently
require their help.
Blood Group
To be registered as a_ blood

donor you would atténd the hos-

pital for a specimen of your
blood to be taken and_ tested
and you would be told your
blood group, which incidentally,
might be helpful to you person-
ally if ever you had the mis-
fortune to need a blood trans-

fusion



MRS. A. W. SAVAGE

test is satisfactory, your name and
group would be registered at the
hospital, and if the need arose
and it was convenient for you
to attend, you would be asked to
come to the hospital (transport
being provided if necessary) for
the required quantity of blood to
be taken. May I assure you that
taking the blood is quite painless
and the quantity taken relatively
small, the maximum being less
than ag pint, which all healthy
people can spare, not only with-
out any trouble or ill effects but
sometimes with benefit to the
health of the donor.

A register of blood donors is
maintained at the General Hos-
pital but more donors are urgent-
ly required, and I have been ask-
eq to appeal to the people of
Barbados to come forward with-
out delay and volunteer for this
most essential service to others,
My husband and 1 have already
offered ourselves as blood donors
I am now asking each one of
you listening to me at this mo-
ment to join in this crusade
Blood donors are paid $5 for
each transfusion but what is
more important and satisfying is
the fact that you may have been
the means of saving the life of one
of our family or that of a fellow
Barbadian,

From the 200,000 people in Bar-
bados I appeal for 200 volunteers,
If you are healthy and willing to
help, please send your full name
and postal address to me _ by
letter addressed to

Mrs. Savage,
Government House,

Bridgetown.
and I will arrange for the Hos-
pital to call you up for a blood
test. Again, I do appeal to you
to come forward and join in this
essential service for your fellow
beings. Please give me your
support in this matter

This appeal was made by Mrs. Savage

wife of His Excellency the Governor
over Radio Distribution last night.







BARBADOS ADVOCATE



GROUP OF CIVIL SERVANTS who attended the week-end course of lectures at Codrington Col

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Receiver Of Stolen Goods
Gets Three-Year Sentence

At Yesterday’s Assizes

NORMAN HUSBANDS was sentenced to three years’ penal °!
servitude, for receiving stolen goods, Winnifred Parris was
for inflicting grievous bodily harm, Louis:
Mullin was put on probation for 18 months for utterin,
a forged document and William Bayne was acquitted of a
charge of burglary at yesterday's sitting of the Court of

bound over

Grand Sessions.
His Honour the Chief
Sir Allan Collymore,

Justice,
presided

in an emergency. If the wnd the Prosecution was conduc- were Lisle Williams of Conch old

ted by Mr
Solicitor

Ww. W

General

Reece K.C



The Court will sit again at 10
a.m. today,

“There you stand, a dis-

graced young woman,” the

Chiet Justice told Mullin who
pleaded guilty last Tuesday of
uttering a forged document
and who was to have been
married last Sunday “Your
action was a very fwolish one”
the Chief Justice said, “ be-
cause the alteration was such
that it would not have deceiv
ed anyone with any sense”.

She was then put on probation
for 18 months.

Winnifred Parris next occupied
the dock on a two-—count indict-
ment, charging her with (1) in
flicting grievous bodily harm on
Lilian Maughn with intent to
maim, disfigure or do her some
other grievous bodily harm and
(2) with unlawfully and malici
ously inflicting grievous bodily

harm
Lash With Hoe
The story for the Prosecution
was that on April 18 this year
Lilian Maughn, Agricultural La
bourer of St. John was carrying
breakfast for her husband who
worked at Kendal, On reaching
Ashford Road she saw Payris
whom she had known from No-
vember last year coming up
with a hoe. Parris gave her a
lash across the head with the hoe
stick, and then followed >» with
another lash across the right
hand
The basket dropped out of
Maughn’s hand and she held
Parris with her right hand.
Both of them struggled for the
hoe while Maughn shouted
murder Genetha Barker came
up and claimed the hoe, and
Parris butted Maughn three
times on the mouth, knocking
out two teeth.



tw

Parris ran through the
while Maughn went to Dr
ter and thence to the Gener
Hospital. There she was seen by

canes,



Dr. Copland who told the Court
that Maughn had been suffering
from a laceration and dislocation

of the right finger
bad swelling of the upp lip
end two teeth were missing
Maughn continued to attend the
Hospital for treatment for sc@ie
days during which time the ats-
location was reduced until it wa
completely reduced

Blow Or Butt
She would not say that the
dislocation was a very bad one,
Dr. Copland said It was pos-

There was 2







sible that it could have béen
caused by a blow with a stick,
and the teeth could have been

knocked out by a
fist or by a butt.
In reply to the prisoner Dr.
Copland said that thé dislocation
could have been caused by the
accusdd falling on her ‘own
weight,
Maughn and

blow with a

Parris were onge
friends, but there had been ‘dis-
cord recently between them, dc-
cording to the evidence.



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driven by



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White Park Road xe

and bumper of the lorry wer
of J. G. Jackman of Bay Stree
while the lorry owned by Ne

Gladstone Britton of Thornbury Hill,



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Matthew

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home along with the accused and
onother young man. On that oc
sion she had asked accused what
he had done with the keys which
had alsc missed He sai
ia thrown them away. She
~d him about the clock and he
said that the other man whom he
called “Pasero” had had that, He
aid that he had soiq the knife to
woman whose name he did not
emember





Met In Prison She knew Husbands who for a
. hort time lived near her, Sober
Other witnesses for the Crow the C t
ie our

Alley, City and Beatrice Burrowe N.H.’s Box
bottle seller of Chapman Lan« Sgt. Clarke said in evidence that
City, who said she had been o on February 17 P.¢ Murphy and
in St. John buying bottles whe P.C. Devonish brought to Brit
the fight occurred This witne ton’s Hill Sub-Station both Hus-
admitted in reply to the prisone band and one “Pasero” who
that they had met in Glendairy, had een arrested in connection
Lut denied they were bad friene ith the housebreaking. Gordon
as a result of a row in prison Alleyne of Suttle Street ‘had
over a comb, inded In i box bearing the
For the defence, Phillip Barker Mitials NM The box containes
swore that Crown witnes Wil a grey flannel pants and a chain
liams alias “Saddle” had been a ri wanG ' claimed the pants ae
bis home all day on April 18 and |) Sahn ie did not account for
could not have seen any fight tna ” Senate eid wt thecatation
occurred at Ashford, Barker was jyat he could take them to Searle
the person who had signed the Pactory and show them the mar
Lond for Parris at the Lower Court tj whom Pasero had sold the
proceedings fountain pen They went to
Searles and saw Beresford Clarke

Three otner defence witnesse



a : nd Clarke pointed out Husband
Mabel Crichlow, Millicent Whit the person who had sold hin
and Ursula Newton told the Court the pen Pasero” escaped fron
aan knew “nothing about the custody and had not been recap
usiness ” tured yet
“If I fight with Maughn , : '
fight with the King in England” He oe gerd » ra
Parris said in her own defence iouse of Irma Wooding, mauby
“and I don’t know the King.’ eller of Goodings Alley, City
mas es ow 5 B and Wooding handed over

She denied having inflicted any

handled knife
harm on Maughn PADRAS GL eae

white which shi









iid Husbands had sold her for
The Jury found Parris guilty a shilling. Husbands was taken
con the second count, and the Chie to Britton’s Hill Station and
Justice’ said that since he had charged with breaking and en-
summed up, certain things had tering and stealing. He made a
transpired He told Parris that voluntary statement.
the Jury bad found her guilty, but In this statement Husbands al-
he was not going to send her to ledged that it was “Pasero” whc
prison He would bound her ove had broken the house and showec
in the sum of £25 with a iret him the things he had stolen
in a similar amount to keep tt Beresford Clarke said that Hu
peace for 18 months bands had offered him the per
nd he had decided to purchas¢
Evidence Weak it for 10 He had only five shil
WILLIAM BAYNE pleaded not dit on him and he had paid
guilty of breaking and et ng ‘hat on account
tne house of James Sm t Wooding in her evidence saic
at ed ; Z », that Husbands had offered her 41
ae tema setae sda vahty oa : ., knife while she was passing Ba
» 198 with intent to commit a Street February is, She had
felony. After James Small, his ponght it for a hillirgs

wife, and two daughters had

evidence, the Solicitor-General Pants From The Tailor |













told the Court that the case 3 Gord Alleyne told the Cour
very weak in the manner of identi. that on February 15 he was at
fication and he would not proceed shop in Tudor Street. Husband
any further with it who lived at his room in Sutth

“1 agree’, the Chief Justice said, Street came to him and asked hin
and went on to direct the Jury to for the keys to put up a parcel
return a verdict of not guilty. Thig He had the parcel with him and
they did, and the accused was dis= ‘old him it was a pants that h¢
charged. t gS k Raa from ae ee,

* - a 00 tne yarce rom u

_ While Evangeline Robes oe band witness ania. and kept
Brittons Hill was at meeting a © until he went home. He put it ir
Christian Mission Hall in Ba Husband box. until. Husband
Road, some person or person ere came On February 17 he wa
busy removing $ 4 in article interviewed by P.C.s Murphy an
from her home Norman Pevonish and he handed them the
Husbands of Suttle Street was pant The box and pants ir
charged yesterday with breaking Court were the same
the house and stealing *he Shines Husbands called ldalia Bur
and alternately ee ree ve gess as a witness for the de
them, knowing them to have been fence, She said all she knew
stolen. was that on the night of the

Found House Broken Suahente tanking elie’ ha

Sobers returned from Meeting they "called “Mine” Pusbatd
about 10 p.m. and on entering by called her and she noticed tha
the front door she saw that the Mice” was wearing a watch
back door had been broken, Thing Husbands told ice” that if h
vere scattered on the floor of the did not stop stealing he wouk
shedroof and in the bedroom as get locked up
well. She missed there and then Addressing the Jury Husbanc
two fountain pens, an alarm clock, denied having entered the house
2 silver chain, knives and forks, 4nd repeated that it was Paser
a pair of ‘scissors and a grey Who had done so.
flannel pants. She went over to The Jury found him guilty of
where her father lived nearby and "ec®!vin ind the Criminal Re
told him, and then ft. Clarke CO%d showed that he had four pre
passed that way and she reported eee Se 3 setLons for larceny The
to him. He came in and inspected | as on September 26, 1940

and the last was e or
Ha Aciion: ats ie vas on Décember 14

She made a vheck next morning fie y

as sentenced to three years’












and found that other things were penal sery itude.
missing. These were: a hammer,
bolt, a white shirt, three 5 i r .
of flowered cloth, a'tin ot Joon- | What’son Today
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BTC? hief Court cf Grahd Sessions at
fit hy 3 ; = 10.00 a.m.
case Mobile Cinema, St. Mark's
In Court she identified the Mi, ac hool Pasture, St. Philip
Ya white handled knife, one of tl : at 7.30 p.m.
}pens and the pant She c Police Band at Rangers
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BARBADOS ADVOCATI FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1956

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r } NEW YORK, July 6. Chinese Republic’s offer of 33,000
‘ois i ae | Be A ted | YORK, se Rey |
MRS. LILIAN DRAKES and Family bes | = — Yacht Sioa ae eee e cce e The island's suppiy of linseed oil All naval and air crews operat- Chinese Nationalist troops to de-
to set thanks to ai) those Rind | HOUSES don, Sch, Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Philip meal was increased yesterday by}ing under General Douglas Mac- fend South Korea. The United
Stier ae tee, Sere Sree | H. Davidson, Sch. Manuats, Sch @ From Page 1 27,777 bags when the S.S. Sein|Arthur had been warned against States had said it would be a good
sympathy with them in their recent | “GLENRISE” Erdist a Marion Belle Wolfe, Sch. Burma D could be revised upwards if cir-|Sailed into Carlisle Bay from violating Russian and Chinese ter- th : : ee ae e
bereavement due to the untimely death | | G3 ag ston Hill, St. Mich-|M.V. Daerwood. Sch. Sunshine R iatata asain fenitted. winlie® west: i arlis ay nosis ae a Rent nie: | 1ing to discuss whether it was
of their beloved one YORMAN C_/ Sel Is to be let furnished for any period | Sch. Laudalpha, Sch. Henry D. Wallace, stances pe ea, Valparaiso. ritorial waters, he New York wise to weaken the defences of
DRAKES. Also to those woo sent| UP to a maximum of 2 years. No Sfl- | Sch. Harriet Whittaker, Sch. Lindgyd dertaking that there would be no | The Sein will complete its un-|Times diplomatic correspondent, pormosa Restor commented
Speen: Ores: Sng Meneses oe ele Full partion II., Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. Turtle uestion of revising them down= |) .qi at this ‘t sometime |James Reston said to-day : oe sed
those who attended the fune me OP anaes | Dove, M.V. Blue Star. Sch. W. I ards during the period up to the tod ng Se it itl eit oT rir aah , “there were other reasons behind
RRO & SEALY. | Eunicia, Sct J : ay when it will sail for Trinidac » 7 ’% answer however
| 5.7.50.—3n. s cates BO aes em, — San. end of 1957. bi F ‘imtand it wilit 1M a despatch from Washington W ashington’s» answer however
eS | ‘ompton, Sch, Zoileen, Sch , a . to bunker. From Trinidad it will This Government is trying .to lo-
= ae rrr cree eater Marea Henrietta .They now agree that they will gail for. Hamburg he said this order had been ap- iis G . nment is tryin
m3 IN MEMORIAM Beer. From Sepiember iss Bek | 8.8. T Sars Ase Make a special examination of the : | plied particularly to Area Vladi- calise the Korean war, fot _at-
rooms, Frig., and Electric Stove’ Fully | Capt a ee tons net, tion during 1953, the first year This visit to Barbados was the! Vostok, the Soviet base just north tempting to extend it. In the opin-
In loving memory of my dear father, | Furnished. Excellent Sea bathing. Apply | §.S. P. &T! Seafare sone which all the provisior,; of the * Sinte . vesse] js of the northern boundary of North ion of responsible officials—-the
7th | to Brace Weath r, 4, 769 tons net, r first of the Sein’s. The vessel is “ aa ;
Eyre A. Hackett, who died on the 7th | {40 atherhead Pnose 3144 or | Capt. Pettersen, from Brazil. ‘oposed agreement will operate. cme of the freighters operating Sorea which was now apparently entrance of Chinese nationalists
ie po has passed since that fc EN TA MBM Ape rs anceee Frances W. Smith, 74 tons 'M CUTTING THIS he examination will be made in d the C & = G rrale being reinforced by new Soviet into Korean operations might
Oe ‘ ‘ a CAR—Private Ford Protect reine | se gant, Hassell. rom British Guiana. | Bigs ‘ the light of all the circumstances |W™4er the Compagnie Generale itary units. “Also in keeping very well provoke Chinesé Com-
and Sue k my Ded away:| August to November. Me evailable| SS. Sein, 4375 tons net, Capt.| |OIT OUT FOR THE NEXT Ther btaini including. the }|Transatlantique Line, whose local ; ary units. “Also in keeping } i e Chi
Det ae Se a eS | tern, FR . Ost reasonable | Rubochon, from Panama ‘ THAT YOU HIT YOUR THUMB AND 1 Obfaining, Inciuding e ceeatiattirie >’ Messrs. R.|With U.S. policy of waging lim- munists to enter the war as well
The blow was sudden, the shock naa ee gen a DEPARTURES | 'T levels of export performance |TePresentatves are os ited police action on behalf of the —and this is precisely what offi-
: =. cee at et " ee a bens ie -7.50,—6n. | _Schooner Eastern Eel, 35 tons net, | HELP WITH THE WASHING-UP achieved by all parties to the M. Jones & Co, Ltd ‘ {United Nations this Government ¢jal Washington is trying to avoid
Dut Jeaus knows just whet was best! LARGM YARp and MOOD: apeisdat| David, for Trinidad Agreement, and consumption| Another ship of this line, the’ Vin not agree to use troops of Na- pee Racaapssvi, estes cnet “ ;
And took dear Daddy home to rest.| door at STOUTE’S DRUG STORE, * S trends. The review will embrace |S.S. Gascogne, is expected to tionalist China in Noreen opera- _ The upply problem before the
Ro to, be remembered by. pia orca Roebuck Street pre Country In Touch With Barbados u Sl ers all the quantities of sugar covered | return here from Trinidad on Gime aii Becnmniuntet Chine oe United Nations is already formi-
aughter May 7.7.50—1n oa 7.50.—1 . ‘ “ “ i ¢ | 7? ne Ee 7 i é », Facts in this situat an-
. / 5 rere st ae ai: Ee s Coastal Station ‘i - by the proposed agreement. July 10 before sailing for England. | ters the conflict on the side of the dable Facts in. this situ ey er
W A T. If consumption levels in the Korean Communists” Reston 2°¢ be disclosed but they wre not
FOR SALE | wewr ; CABLE and Wireless (W.I.) Ltd in se r. e | U.K. prove higher than has been added. such as to make officials heré want
PUBLIC NOTIORS Seo) 28.o5re amen will after’ to increase the quant-| Fourth Attempt to smeourage either Chinese or
} Barbados Coast Station. m (Barbados Advocate Covcespondent) will offer to increase the quanti- ourt emp Reston recalled the United Soviet Communists ty intervene
AUTOMOTIVE | “SAINT VINGEIG? WEEE ara | BB. Motes Beet Bie areas ek PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 6. {ties to be purchased under guar- * States Government’s reply to the —Reuter.
CAR—One M 8) Car in good | SERVICE Now nukes Me anise Mette had. Gicee Meee]. The. third day: of the Bac, patty Rie gegen To Raise :
ne Morris ( ar in good con-| © es possible i 14 anella; 5, Gler se; s.s ; oat i a >
oe ee ee a ee Saas poten n aan Bolero! s.s Fort Deak. s a ae - tire tie cee tne an Aa, OO eaten: “ * ‘
oore, cor. Passage axters Roads ader one management rescogne; S.S. Sundial; §,8. Archi-] ““?- st rac or ) a s “eé
5.7.50—6n RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL mede; S'S. Canadian Challenger; S.S biggest outsider in Trinidad’s|proves to exceed the present ‘Potick Fi ails
shokenchinee seca aE — — 7 en ue Master; S.S y; . : . stime
ee ane i ae Gena Vincent ee ae Me ae’. history to none other than the | estimate. : aah fe : DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Mechanical Condition, Licensed Owner SUNNY CARIBBEE Hills: SS. Kettle Gresk: Ss murt®| famous Brown Boy who figured For example, if consumption} WORKMEN failed yesterday in
leaving Island Apply John, Wise, on-the-sea Bequia Island 4.8. Pionber Gem: C'S. Vetuarl Greig: in the $5,000 “orecast pay out at proved to be aye per cent or their fourth attempt at ee St. Martin's Boys’ School St. Philip.
Thursisdon, Maxwell Coast, Phone 8461. | offers all that can be desired. Beauti-| 5:5. Alcoa Clipper; S.S. P & T Sea-| Union Park last Easter. the estimate, the offer wou eJthe Yawl “Potick’ from the
4.7.50.—5n tal scenery, sea-bathing, fishing. excel | 70: AS, To Ss Helena; Brown Boy opened the Pro-| to increase the guaranteed quer Careenage bed. a Applications are invited for the Headship of St. Martin's Boys’
CAR—Vauxhall. Velox 18 h.p. Per-| $7 B.W.I. per day. For Rather Seale Alcoa Polaris; S.S. Wilford; §.S. Sein; gramme by out-footing the E. ate Oe + five Oh Ww « ter Schooners Emeline and Lau- School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experience.
fect Condition two tone paint work| and reservations. ‘ISS. Temple Arch; $8 Chrysantis;| Class horses in the six furlong| Al! negotiations in the Winter) dalpha” were doing the job. Th€/m,, minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A
trunk specially fitted for the better ERROL G. ROOKS, S.S. Esso Geneva; S.S. Vinni; 5.8 event just as three and a half} were based on the assumption /“Emeline” worked from the cross r
carrying of more luggage. Ring R. S. Box 47, £an Adolfo; S.S. Estero; S.S. Norse! years ago he ran away from Front] that the unrestricted require-| berth of the inner basin while the} of the Department or exemption therefrom
ONE ave Ser see ee Saint Vincent. Mountain: MV. _ Willemstad; S.S.| Bell and all i 4 nts of the U.K arket would | * Sal vill be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head
28.6.50—t.f.n. | 13.6.50—26n. Neaera; S.S. Charmouth Hill: § S ell and all in the two-year—old| ments of the U. market would ]“Laudalpha” gave assistance from aiary W nh accordance x see é



ee phic _____s| Loide Venezuela; $.S. Lord Gladstone | Breeders’ Stakes of 1946 and
Singer Sports ROADSTER in excel- what was even more startling was
lent condition mileage just over 4

NoEaetR Go ite oe oe NOTICE SEAWELI the fact that he accomplished his
a " fon in writing are invited by Bb Cle ee took the
COURTESY GARAGE for the purchase ARRIVALS — >. ass x ‘in! o win her
LIVESTOCK fone 1939 BEDFORD Chassis with | From TRINIDAD: Bee ee six today and this was only better-

CHEVROLET Engine recently dam- William Pearce; Evelyn Muir; Elea-|@d by one fifth by Orly when he

MARE~—half-bred mare by O.T.C. 15] aged in an accident. This vehicl : i
nehity Ee FAcen Gs RULES Sek ERA, DECOEG. oh io, Pracnidee ae Coneae nor Barbour; Charles Wilmot; Desmond| Won the Class C. six furlongs

Clarke; a r m
tion work or Polo. Dial 95264. F. H. | Garage, White Park Road. Offers re- | Ernest Pang acre, Grace Clarke: | under much pressure.
‘armer, Andrews Plant., St. Thomas. | ceived up to 12 (noon) on Saturday, 8th | Barrow. : Brown Boy’s win brought lucky
4.7.50.—4n, | July, 1950 and purchaser will be| Mrs, R. Ahloy; Miss R. Ahloy; R.| Numbers who bought them $69.19.

en | TEquIred to remove this 1 i 3e ¢ 2 an ne e hac
Hiauired to Temove | this vehicle by | atorques; M. Marques; S. Lee Lum'| Another big upset for the day was | {© S¢ttle down, and that the re-/of both schooners while winches

ELECTRICAL 6.7.50—3n. Tair’ sateen her Paani %, Lee Lai; Ali Baba who has consistently v lew We the eat eee were used for raising the vessel.
REFRIGERATOR — Canadian Refri-| CTT CF Geeore_McCuhhock; “Najolean Grabani;| Tisappointed his supporters for quaretiteed “quantities. Soail t
‘ans ri- Vth based upon consumption in the

be 2,550,000 tons. It is not pos-}che other side of the sunken] Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School.

sible at present to say when | vessel. Candidates who have already submitted application forms in re-
Btn | aes Sige an 5 a Pp le stood | seh od i spect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accom-
5 cl 50 get Boneh 0 oF tits the Peataapent a ee Cay panied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make
U.K., will not be known with] raised, application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from
any certainty. The intention,} Divers in bath suits were sent {the Department of Education, All applications must be in the hands
however, is that after rationins|down to attach straps to the hull] of the Director of Education by Saturday, 15th July, 1950,

terminates a period of six months]of the vessel. These straps were 6.7.50—3n
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gerator for sale — Leonard 2 yrs. old Maria Grazani; Custavo Grazani e last two years over all dis- ,
7 cubie ft, in perfect condition, Cook, NOTICE oon Ss te 3 tances, But today made a sud-} S¢cond six months, RICE COMES —_———$—
tf : is hereby given that it is the intention From GRENADA: ee tae 5 ees fen spring at the half mile pole sein’ aed tae ay 2 ER NDS ee
‘of the Vestry of the parish of Saint|. Rev. Finbar Ryan; Canon Gregory: | 1" the 9 furlong race and went on rangements, the delegation are Two thousand bags of rice from ROYAL NETH LA |
FURNITURE Joseph in this Island to cause to be |®Uen Johausson; Richard Ryds to win as he liked. There was no} returning home and will recom | British Guiana was brought to TEAMSHIP co
introduced into the Legislature of this | *rom ANTIGUA: coubt that the rain) which fell] mend to their Governments tha‘ isle vesterday , the s ° a re , ”
FURNITURE—Lady leaving Island. | Island, a Bill authorising the said Vestry | _ Robert Escolm; Elizabeth Escolm: avi Ne i44 the island yesterday by the The M.V. “T. B. Radar
wishes to sell attractive modern furni-|to reise a loan not exceeding £2,000, | Agnes Cockburn; John Cockburn; John heavily just before the day's the British West Indies Suga’} schooner “Frances W, Smith”. . Sailing frem Amstercum, otterdam will accept Cargo and Pas-
ture, Buoyant armchairs interior sprung,| to be applied (a) as to the sum of | Cockburn; Colin Cockburn; : racing began contributed in a] Association be advised to accept Other cargo of this vessel for , and Antwerp. sengers for St. Lucia, St
Light stained Mahogany bedroom & | £1,000 in enclosing the piece of land | From PUERTO Rico; great measure to so many outsid-] the offer made by the U.K Hingis i 7 Sok rien “ enc eis Ue yhiiade
dining room suites, Interior Sprung | Tecertly purchased as an addition to| A. C. Hawes. ers turning up. Perhaps the only| Government, If the offer is ac- oa ee nee oe a d of M.S “FBLA iy, 1.0:230H Vincent, ee Sailing
tresses, . ‘vants’ ts ete, | burial ground at the parish Chi ; . ‘ = ~ , ‘ro is ac-{ 700 bags of charcoal, 36 osts, 8S. “HECUBA”™ Ausus 5 ’ Se ‘day, 8th July.
wir dn a TE Milaet Cook “Dunoon” Saint Joseph, (b) as - the ae % DEPARTURES genuine non-outsider was Blue] cepted the U.K. Government] six eh of firewood and a tas of Sailing from Amsterdam and Dover a oe
St. Lawrence Gap. Tel. 8493 £200 in erecting a latrine for use at |For LA GUAIRA: Streak although even this Harse} hopes then to be able to com-] filter press cloth. on A VESSEL July 2ist jailet
7.7.50—2n. | the said parish Chureh, and (c) as to| Mr. Frederick Evans; Mrs. Heze@} Was not expected to repeat his first} plete th yhole : : filter press cloth. S.S. ‘COTTICA" Aumust 18th
———| the sum of £800 in ‘completing the|Holl; Mr. Merbere Fischbach; Mrs*|qday’s success with 131 in ¢he Be OE aaah thetic Lene, meanoes. W. Smith’ ip ex- Sailing to Madeira Plymouth 3c: 2 'N
3 FURNITURE—Dining Chairs $6.00 each | enclosure to the burial pound, at Fe Carmen Iribarren; Mr. Manuel Iribar- saddle. ; . monwealth Sugar Agreements pected to begin unloading its Antwerp and Amsterdam B.W.1. SCHOC INER OWN-
5 Kitchen tables $12.00, Dressing tables | Anne’s Chapel in the said parish — the | ren; Mrs. Maria Guruceaga; Mr. Oscar | ~~ sale : : cargo today . M.S. “WILLEMSTAD” July 25th ERS’ ASSO. (Inc.)
from $20,00, Larders $15.00 each, Mahog-| S#id sum to be a charge on the rates | Guruceaga; Miss Nancy Quintero. But this Jamaican Derby win. ane ay M.S. “ORANJESTAD” August 22nd rn
any Rockers, $15.00 each, Birch Mor- | Of the said parish and to be repaid by | For ST. LUCTA. ner proved once again that he is Sailing to Trinidad, Paramaribo Tel, No, 4047.
ris Chairs $15.00 each, Round Pine| twenty (20) annual instalments of £100| Mr. Benedict Fleming; Mrs. Marie] one of that colony’s best and made oreans | Merhernbe, is ; 6th July, 1950
Tables $4.00. Numerous other Articles, | ©?ch, with interest at a rate not exceed- | Guishart; Mrs. Theodora Joseph; Mr. | - 1 finis ‘ Saaienat if ® SS. “COTTICA” July 11th
at Bargain prices in Ralph Beard’s show ‘"& 4% per annum on the principal | Terrence Hawkins; a good finish with Storm’s Gift Bs : :
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8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Phone 4683.
5.7.50.—3n

Sister M. Pritchard; - Cs a é
YEARWOOD & BOYCE, | sachin, ary chard; Mr. Cardinal] made the pace all the way,

Solicitors, ‘for the Vestry | For ST. KITTS: RESULTS :
of Saint Joseph. Mr. George Kawaja; Mrs. Yvonne] PORT OF SPAIN HANDICAP , D f ; . increase i °08
5.7.80.—9n. | Kawaja, AIN HANDICAP & CLASS e ence ines DUE to increase in the cost

i - M.S. “Hersilia’ July 27th.
a Se . sae a For ANTIGUA: down the homestretch after he had Smash l .S | NO I ICE S. P, MUSSON, SON & CO, LTD.,
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patent) in perfect order, complete with NOTICE Ni (3) BABY BIRD (Joseph) 112 1 Ib. From Page 1 manufacturers
i new ¢-ton sling chain. Also ton block, Public otices=Contd (4) ALI BABA (Newman) 117 Ibs.} four had been wounded. Yester-|are forced to sell aerated
: Wildey, St. Michael, Dial 8327 Ate tabron NOTICE SAVANNAH HANDICAP — F cLass |48Y'S engagement between Mac- | drinks at 2/3 per doz. as from
5.7.50.—8n. Dotented MILE AND 130 YARDS Arthur's troops and tanks occurred | Wonday, July 10. 1950 SOUTHBOUND 5 Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Notice is hereby given that any per- Se 'Retate (1) HONEY MOON ‘Xvonet) 116 Ibs.Jon the heights 2 miles north of peek y, ge ee Moatrent Balins Moston Biden = = Biden
~ = (2) Sh (O'Nea 1 ¥ e
MISCEL) 4NEOUS son having any debt or clam ‘upon or ALICE FEDORA HAREWOOD \.) . CHINA DOL tGewsnentt ae he Osan. Five tanks were reported Retail Pri 7 CAN) CHALLENGER“, 19th June 26th June “—— Sth July — Sth July
atfecting the estateof Aubrey Newton (Deceased .) (4) (FURIOSO (Joseph) 120 Ibs. | tO have been knocked out by e ce fc. LADY RODNEY . ; 30 th June 3rd July Sth July 14th July 15th July
CLOTHES—Lady from Canada wishes Reece, late of Prout Hill, in the parish NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all | BACHELOR'S DAY (Singhi) "| American gunners and infantry CAN. CRUISER 12th July 15th July - 25th July 25th July
to dispose of good clothes, suitable to of Saint Thomas who died in this Island] persons having any debt or claims Time: 1.57 secs destr yt * J. A. MARTINEAU LADY NELSON 22nd July 25th July 27th July Sth Aug. 6th Aug.
persons going to England or Canada. | 0” the 2ist day of July 1949 intestate, | against the Estate of Alice Fedora Hare- 1.T.C. HANDICAP — A CLASS estroyed two more. American + er CAN, CHALLENGER 1ith Aug. Mth Aug, -——- 24th Aug, 24th Aug.
All Bargains. Phone 3390. — ae required to-send in -particu-| wood, deceased, late of Richmond Gap, 9 FURLONGS casualties were believed to have, eee gs LADY RODNEY . 23rd Aug, 26th Aug. 28th Aug, 6thSep, Sep,
5.7.50.—8n. | lars of their claims duly attested to] in the Parish ‘of St. Michael in this} (1) BLUE STREAK (Newman) 131 abs,| been between 15 and 20 per cent CITY MINERAL LADY NELSON llth Sep. 14th Sep, 16th Sep, 25th Sep, 26th Sep.
e undersigned in care of Messrs. | Island, who died in this Island on the] (2) STORM’S GIFT (Lattimer) 121 Ibs.| of the men engaged, One Ameri-
DISPLAY COUNTERS—Two (2) in| Hutchinson & Banfield, Solicitors, James | isth day of January, 1950, are requested (3) JOLLY FLYER (¥vonet) 120 Ibs, | : DELUX MINERAL
enesliansaendibion, ‘ourtesy Garage. | Street, Bridgetown, on or before the} to send in foulars of their claims (4) ; -| can was shot dead as he was aim- 4 4 NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives
e condition, C " age part: 4) ATOMIC (O'Neal) 125 Ibs, | ; r Arrives
Dial 4616. 6.7.50,—3n. ae a Ne Ach a ie fice beg duly attested to the undersigned Johni Time: 2.02 2/5 secs... ‘jing at a tank which Bazzoka ‘ B B'dos Boston =“ Halifax
date I shall proceed to distr ite the |W. B. Maynard c/o Yearwood & Boyce, MIDSUMMER THREE YEAR OLD teams had been stalking. Ameri- | UNITED MINERAL LA c 2 i
HAZEL NUTS—Frys Chocolate HAZEL | @S*© ate among the parties | Solicitors, James St., on or before the] HANDICAP — F CLASS 6 FURLONGS |cans were today hoping for better | one Teves ¢¢ 27th July 29th July 7th Aug, 9th Aug.” 12th Aug.
NUTS in boxes and by the pound just entitled thereto having regard to the|15th day of September, 1950, after which (1) MADRI GRASS (Crossley) 116 Ibs.J 0 Y hoping for better M LADY NELSON 18th Aus. 20th Aug, 29th Aug, 3ist Aug. 3rd Sep.
RE A ok eaten Bete Romie debts nd claims only of which I shall] date T shall proceed ‘to distribute the| (2) SINBAD (Naidoo) ») 1 inc | weather to enable aircraft to at- . RAMDIN LADY RODNEY 19th Sep. 2lst Sep. 30th Sep. Ist Oct. Sth Oct.
6.7.50—2n. eaee eee Bn notice Sg aie Pee in assets of the deceased among the parties| (3) CATARACT (Reid) 126 Ibs. , tack, | LADY NELSON 8th Oct. 10th Oct, 19th Oct, B0th Cet, 24th Cet.
—______— | not be liable for assets stribu entitled thereto, having regard only to| (4) PRINCESS RASSIYYA ritish a ri »arrier iAPLE y
NEEDLES for your record player. . . to any person of whose debt or claim| such claims of which I shall then have (Newman) 121 Ibs | British and American Seacres | MAI LE MINERAL
all kinds including Ruby and Sapphire | 1 shall not have had notice at the time} had notice and I will not be lable for Time; 1.192 sees aircraft struck yesterday at other \ 1 vA CWT ,
semi-permanent needles to play several | °f such distribution the assets or any part thereof so dis- targets. In a dawn’ attack they ; NIAGARA FACTORY, WR —Sultet, fo change without notice. Al! vessels fitted with cold storage cham-
footaenn seneeie: And all persons indebted to the said] tributed to any person of whose debt] CREOLE HANDICAP — Dp CLASS {pounded airfield installations on spomnaer Fores and freight rates on epplention. t 1
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. cenacts Sie EE TT dae oe eee a Ce eae | (hh. ALL BAMA GR koe the north west coast and hit air-; 7.7.48-—2n) GARDINER AUSTI
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meen eee, URELIA ETHELINE REECE, | gebted r (2) CORNADO (Reid) sof the 38t é 2
" je) ness without delay. eid 126 Ibs.) of the h parallel, American ——————————————————/
gant. “ina te ee ee ae Qualified Administratrix of Dated this fth day of July, 1950 (3) ROSALIND (Joseph) 124 Ibs. | Superfortress virus at three im- | * * ve
the Estate of Aubrey JOHN WALTER BATSON MAYNARD, (4) BREAD BOY (J, Lutchman) lor She is Wise!
and get, Dat SANNES & CO., LTD Newton Reece. |" “Qualified executor of the Estate of” 113 Ibs, {portant North Korean railway aa CIE. GI TRANSATLANTIQUE
A. & 34.8.00—-t.2.n 7.7,50.—4n, ‘Alics Fedora Harewood, deceased. - Time: 2.073 secs. bridges causing extensive dam- re od ABAes x La Q
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OIL COOKER — American perfection OFFICIAL NOTICE (1) LADY PINK (L. Lutchman) ties were made yesterday. Three FRENCH LINE
draught proof with cupboard almost NOTICE 112. 21bs.}Spans were’knocked out of bridges pr
DRM» AOSV OP OE ie a ances, | ‘Tenders will be received by the under-| (2) OCEAN PEARL (¥vonet) {26 ibs.|north of Yongo airfield on the Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to Plymouth
oily In ine aeieee? Coker ot “Avpents signed up to 12 noon Monday 17 July. (3) HIDDEN HAND (Newman) eastern coast
——$—$—$— $$ —— quitable : : 113 2 Ibs. * . , 7 um 30 mee . -
TENG & PENCILS — Parker “SI” in| ELEAZEN ETHELBERT BLANCHETTE | 1950 for the construction of a Parochial! (4) 1 anp MARK (Holder) .. {14 Ibs.|_ A bridge at Sinanjo north of 8.8. ""GASCOGNE 3rd July, 1950 10th July, 1950
Silver & Gold Tops. Price Pens $16.00 Plaintiff, Saga are tie 2 lands i Trial -hk6-ip8chy Pyongyang the northern capital S.S. “GASCOGNE” 10th August, 1950 16th Aug. 1950
& $18.00 each, Price Pencils $6.00 & | HORACE PARRIS eteocant | es, tna enehiaeations, “wich saan b was damaged and at P 5.8. “GASCOGNE” 14th Sept., 1950 20th Sept,., 1950
$9.00 each. Bruce Weatherhead Ltd. In pursuance of an Order in this Court pee OF Sea Cente Wid may be +» » * g and a ‘yongyang S.S. “GASCOGNE” 8th N ” 95 sept,,, a
§.7,30—Sn. |in the above action made on the Sist | opplicant Ca harehiuiwel a a ee Prize Pig Bites = lhe — described as a S. 4 ov., 1950 14th Nov. 1950,
_— nn J day Of lay, h give notice to @ mpOR: secondar: @ :
RETREAD tyres at special cash| persons having any estate, right or inter-| $10.00, which will be refunded on the| Gaaeed i ir possibly For further particulars apply te :—
prices, 650 x 20 at $28.25, 32 x 6 at] est in or any lien or incumbrance affect- return of the plans and specifications in} COOKHAM DEAN, ENGLAND. 'N N . F ‘-
$38.96; 34 x 7 at $46.90; 825 x 20 at| ing:— good condition. T. H. Copas was bitten by a pig o North Korean aircraft were R. M ONES & CO., LTD.-A t
$38.08: 34% Enquire Auto Tyre Com-| All that certain piece or parcel of land| The Vestry does not bind itself tol wae judging z oy @ P’®lencountered but moderate to 2 ” -- Agents.
pany, Trafalgar Street, Phone 2696. situate at Newbury in the parish of Saint | award the contract to the lowest or any e was judging at an agriculture heavy anti-aireraft fire was re-
21.6.50—t.f.n. | George and Island aforesaid containing | Tender. show. di aatk : =
—$— $$$} _admeasurement one tood nineteen The successful applicant will be re- He had the wound stitched in ra roe jeg oe Spee oe eek
S 1 d Crisps,| perches or thereabouts a’ jutting an quired to provide two (2) surities, who ak . che? lcularly near eoul, anes has £ f
Soukben Jaton Capital Diksative. bounding on lands formerly of J. B.| will be willing to bind themselves for hospital, returned to the show and returned without any domes She Gas for Cooking PA
Marie, Afternoon Tea, Butter Cream, | Laslie but now of Maude Holdipp on] {he due performance of the work awarded the pig second prize (Re te SSAGES TO IRELAND
Lincoin Cream, Custard Cream and many | lands of Cottage Plantation on lands F. F. PILGRIM, = . —(Reuter.)









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1950, in order that such claims may be
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Claimants are also notified that they
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Lancashire Faces



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Weekes Rests

| Win Title For Until Third



- Looking Back At *

FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1950



nd going out to the pitch of the
ball. Compton could have done i*
but in his absence there was ne
ype to adopt such tactics

Quite honestly this England
team just was not good enough



Another W.I. Defeat) Third Time Test The Second Test ©3288" —
AT WIMBLEDON LONDON, July 6 0 Oe Rie ie uae

Worrell And Trestrail

Everton Weekes, West Indie
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Ramadhin And Valentine |







ave had a worse Test match

WIMBLEDON, July 6 right Spark
-118 Americas ope Ranking 7 iawn tbe present match with Lancashire Paralysed England bee
at ri ianl Vy tennis Queens, Miss Louise at Liverpool was today examined The one bright spark was the |
. Brough, winner for the past two by a specialist for suspected i second innings performance of t
years, and Mrs, Margaret Du Pont} °#'tilage trouble. Hy Peter Ditton Gilbert Parkhouse, the young |
LANCASHIRE —_ — 174 (and for 4) 112 \witi ‘clash in the Wimbledon . Glamorgan opener. Impatient
. Women's Singles final on Satur- ne Ss - phe LONDON. expect Ramadhin and Valentine fter staying twenty minutes
, » san ‘ succe:- {| s and shou not : C anc = > nout ttir off the mark, he
WEST INDIES (for 8 dec.) we — 397 ~~ oe es See vee ON {prevent him playing in the third The West Indies have arrived. to be so successful in the next a, Oheee ae te ‘wicket
In the all-American semi-finals, T®St beginning at Nottingham on Their grand victory over England|Test at Trent Bridge—where only | 2+ the ‘first attempt. But, when





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‘ ’ a aa ’ , Sngle ere struggling for the
; m LIVERPOOL, July 6. See ee ee eo served to strengthen my belief|season. Nevertheless, their ability ee aS aes on seni
Frank Worrell and Ken Trestrail put the West Indies tour-|n chess of Kent, Miss Brougn| Massage and light treatment, as that this year the “pupils” are|to drop a ball so accurately on 8] Cue with some delightful strokes
ing team in a position to complete the “double” over Lan-|overcame a earaseie tens tes, want well as rest, has been advised. ~ = going to be too good for the/length, plus , the really vicious | His forty-eight compiled in unde
cashire here today by scoring 227 for the fourth wicket in|Miss Doris Hart 6—4, 6—3. Mrs — (Reuter) E. WEEKES masters”. spin whieh Valentine can impart}i., hours, was worth many
’ . = ; } énd the subtlety with which Ram-
four hours. Du cece pee oer cok After the firsi Tesi at Old Traf- ailie can vary bis leg aA’ off ar in Pag ie Lee
This stand enabled the West outstayed Mrs. Patricia Todd 8—ti, 1] - e a ford I said that the West Indies ; on hata eee nan) [tances, and he could consider
Indies to declare 397 for eight '4—6, 8—6. occa ricket Season despite their defeat had great ereny Ro ey mark them as real |}imself unlucky to be out in the
wickets in their first innings, in > Miss Brough now has a great poascns, for aang ploestt: at © ; ae er ee 1k i
reply to Lancashire’s total of 174 chance to become the first woman 0 r Ti ; amadhin an alentine they ha N Full Stren John ard, e st Indies i
Rey i hia to win the title three years in ppens omorrow found two of the greatest young Pres , — eae Soe cot. Of She “best clog |
At the close of play Lancashire . succession since Mrs. Helen Wills spin bowlers produced by any| England, reinforced by Simp~jto the wicket fielders in the '
had scored 112 for 4 wickets in $3] Rourke, who won in 1927, 1928, The first fixtures of the 1950 cricket season, will open country at any time. ier Trevor Baler ane pene world. i
their second innings, and on the iland 1929. tomorrow with four first, four inte " ‘ wate ,|Compton, who tells me he hopes , : oe :
final day, tomorrow, they require Mrs. Du Pont won the Wimble-| division r intermediate, and six second] The Lord’s Test has proved the|to be fit fairly soon, cannot be] My final comment on this maten 5
: games. truth of these words. Never have] q ssed lightly. They were not{is that Hutton and Washbrook :
111 with six wickets to fall to don Crown in 1947. Leeward is back again in the Umpires: W. Bayley and c.{/ seen spin bowlers take such ae 7 ivenealt for the Lord’s|4espite his magnificent second in- }
avoid an innings defeat. Without ' Finest Stroke-Players competition and the Barbadcs | Batson. Olea “lcommand on a batsman’s wicket] Test but that does not in any way |"/ngS century—put England in «
-* ie sepen shane and 2 inest Stroke- yers Regiment has also put a team Windward vs Spartan, at{@%, these two did. The England} detract from the brilliance of the spot fre which recovery became
EE ER el Miss, trough played magnid- [ing the eld, Central CC. iss [windward , Poti ase eee ar ens cask | eet Todies viet. AS the seme Eos sy wie
erack ath complete aaauvanice cently to beat Miss Hart, one of the} petition fixtures. e cricket com-} Umpires: C. Collymore and S. ia Parkiuns gh asi rere time, I cannot help thinking that They both sacrificed their oe
2 Ore Ltd finest stroke players in the game, Followi ,_ | Beckles. ble t were completely} Denis Compton would not have |ets by foolishly running out to th
Worrell was always secking to if who had been strongly tipped to ollowing are tomorrow’s| Wanderers vs Pickwick, at the|™®able to deat with such an attack. | allowed Ramadhin and Valentine}|slow bowlers at a time when
punish the bowling and his chief ! add the Wimbledon title to her}®2™°&S_, and the Umpires | Bay, Perhaps it would not be fair to|to dictate the course of the game}Ramadhin and Valentine had not
strokes in a classical innings of recent French and London eham-| 2o>cnted. _ Umpires: C. Gibson and B as they did. To try and stay in| got their grip on the game. By
159 were a six and twelve fours. pionship successes. FIRST Clarke. the crease and play forward or|their actions they put the rest of
Altogether he spent five hours over A relentless stream of angled July 8th, 15th, 22nd THE BARBADOS backward to these two bowlers|the batsmen in mortal fear of
his third century of the tour. drives and crisp volleys pinned| Pickwick vs Combermere, at SECOND AQUATIC CLUB as the majorty of the England fever leaving the crease, and the
ey Miss Hart to the baseline for spells| the Oval. July 8th batsmen did, Was nothing short of}battle had been lost and won
It was not until he had passed 50 | i the second set after a great first Umpires H. B. Jorda al uly 8th, 15th RESTAURANT suicide. What was required was shortly after lunch on the second
that Trestrail brought his power- a effort in which the latter was| Spellos. ee ary) cams: t Combermere vs Lodge at Com- a player capable of using his feet day.
ful off-drives into action and he within a point of leading 5—3. Lodge vs College, at Lodge ria ey ete gs T IN addition to the regular
was unfortunate to falter when There was little to choose be-) Umpires: L. E. King and G Sisnett. oe ; Peta Serres 2) Se , renee
seven short of what would have tween the highly polished but Bradshaw. Colle > vs Y.M.P.C., at Coll Club for Members (Break-
been his first century of the tou: contrasting play of Mrs. Du Ponty Carlton vs Police, at Carlton Umpires, We Roak and Rh. y|| £28t, Luncheon, Tea, Dinner,
He made fifteen boundary strokes F. WORRELL and Mrs. Todd, There was no|_ Umpires: S. C. Foster and D.[pinde SMS II} etc), orders will be taken
in his innings of 93 which lasted Scored 159 yesterday by brilliant] spectacular overhead game, but} Roachford, Foundation ve ” Pickwick, at for Wedding, Birthday, ,
four hours. batting the sheer brilliance of the re- a va Wanderers, ‘| Foundation. Soe Sores aon eee Parties, It s
The Lancashire spinner Green- : coveries, the sharply angled re-| Queen’s Park. Sree nee one ‘ Cay r e supervision
3s a ‘ix wickets Play five minutes before time, ires: _ Umpires: W. Harewood and J. —
rive walle without conceding Lancashire with only six wiekets| for the pan diy Bowes the "ais: FL. Waleott. on —— F MRS, GRACE WILLIAMS always
it » to fall, require runs avoi aoe 7 eeward vs Police, at Fosters. . »
run. Later Christiani and Gomez |, Setiges teat.” ero pat oan ins ‘ners with ul INTERMEDIATE Umpires: A. Harewood and 3. Manageress. Y
hit 66 for the sixth wicket in 55 oth foun Se Gerneey pape ute July 8th, 15th, 22nd Gilkes. Mrs. Williams will also
minutes. Then in an os Scores ee aati $40 the oak aha Empire vs Cable and Wireless,| Central vs Carlton, at Vaucluse. personally attend and super- BETTER
bowling spell, Pollard, using the pancashire ist Innings 174 | DEEASD he firet| 2¢,Bank Hall. Umpires: J. Lewis and G. vise Parties if required.
new ball dismissed Christiani, nae Lbow. bent, Innings see tae set points in beg re Umpires: C. Archer and W.| Clarke. For Re ti
Williams and Gomez for thirteen Bae }bw. » Statham 11 | set, When play was resumed alter! Ascher, Regiment vs Empire, at the servations and
reenwood 15 |. te int al thr } p Orders Pl D
runs in five overs. Marshall c Tattersall b Berry 1; |@ 10-minute interval through rain} Y.M.P.C, vs Mental Hospital, at} Garrison. - +, Please Dial 4461. to
’ y Worrell ¢ & b Greenwood 159 at five all in the third set, Mrs, Beckles Road. Umpires: G. Forde and J. Hall. oo!
Wickets fell at regular intervals Trestrail c Washbrook b Greenwood 93 | Du Pont settled down quickly. a
when Lancashire went in to bat Goristian! ibw. b Follerd t —(Reuter.) er eT ee SOOSSSSSSGSSOSSSS >
as ime. Of the four wickets Williams b Pollard 2 4 : E TH
Car ate OF Oe Sat ee Kee OPENING TO-DAY 313 e
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Alfred Valentine had taken three Total (for 8 wkts. dec.) 397 WIMBLEDON RESULTS AT THE EMPIRE | Ys We carry the following brands
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oe oO. M R. W.|Thelma Long (Australia) beat a WIFE ba State Express — Churchmans, —
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commencement of Lancashire’s toe i a ; a 5 |Mottram (Britain) 6-8, 3-6
second innings were ill at ease Berry 7 067)~CO8St F Clippers Players — Benson &
facing the pace bowling of John- Tattersall 3110 «66 «(0 Women’s Singles: Mrs. Mar- ( ‘
‘ Grieves tee Se ; : Hedges.
son and Pierre. aret Dupont (United States), It h
The ball did not lift so awkward- Lancashire 2nd innings act Mis.” patricia Todd (United ardly seems ie but you'll ¢
ly as in the first innings but they darn ted. ene Fer eteisesionh 5 States) 4—6, 8—6, 8—6. x
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When Christiani stumped the un- ie si inies a Causes — 4
conan Edrich the West Indies oi th opened at Hastings Marie 26c, Custard Cream 24c.
ar de - Fall of wickets 1—20; 2-42; ; (opposite Harts Gap
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Wharton was Satan by Valentine BOWLING ANALYSIS “Dear Ruth’ ‘. . PINE Ie yay Pe iad
. scored, but Oo. M r w.] -g® “d : :
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lies” don't think you’re a “has- 7 back, funnier E cnananenndtianals
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PACK I (UK HAKIIAUOS ADVOCATE FKIUAV PI i i BARBADOS r 1 ADVOCATE f .1 I 111 WEST IMIIIS-I Hi 1114.11 r\„i i. ii. \. the BaBgSn •umin'r Srhuul. i 'mhrMir i A BROKEN PROMISE II. i iwi.\ W. IMI UKV • Uiat th*y %  III AIM It IOHK THE VALUE .'i U to BarbucloII thaj umi"* IJ„. (;,, %  .. '* apparent. In a debate in tinHouM I Lordj on Independence Day Lord LUn lhat the West Indies have been harder hit by devaluation than SI tory under the Br.tish flsVf Lord must know this perfectly well because at the Governors' Conference it was realised that devaluation would bit tb. W.st Imlii as soon as the cushioning eflect of the toresight of Bridgetown's merchants >n buying supplies in advance had worn of!. So well was tb.. r—Hwirl thai tin llcvernors' Conference dsefdad to hold a meatuig ''I 'Government Officials which would ic view Ihe field of economic [.loblems 111 the British Caribbean sir. of the pound sterling. Th.s meeting was held in March this year and a ri-i. i made to Governmenta in the UP tne mcantim, tb,. people of Barbadoa await with inierest the report of the ' >m mittee which was appointed In Octofa 1949, to examine the system of Price Control in Barbados. It is hoped that this report will be published so lb.it the public can have basic information which is so necessary if the people are to understand just DOW much the cost of living to- be of such .. .... ipally in il... lanes ring .. landl and ihe Canbs were in aloupt ths process of conquering them |,reference when the Spaniards came upon the scene. A handful of ihc.r I largely of mixe.1 blood) survive in Dominic, ai %  line o| them and niilari hut the great bulk ol must thcrs-fura .image a certain ...t becauae of ibeir cothe population descend, from peoamoui.t of our atterrtlon •althlhan becauseHi.-i, who have (one into the In II, Sen I would "• rarlhbaan, either voluntarily or remind yon veiy brieBy of Usa .: tin last i*„ .raouree of the Weal i> train bul I sincerely a.j-i (Pau/ey, A Los Angeles Oil Man. Served ".Tnoorunc of 0... .. ,| With Ambassadorial Rank When He •vuieoHed. no longer Made His War Reparations Inspection Of East Asia. In 1946) India In whici, :,iH-lng solved i nd in which %  lid a naUoo coming Int.. three hundred Everywhere I' di.-a They are primarily agrl the population is derived prtnclcultural produ. %  >• the chut ol tart ncvide a miP*"* ''"" ,wo m ln SToups—Ihe which I although Its primacy has .. to show limit* of a The descendn its of the Hojal' Mi liU and Roundheads who sallied ..,u.t> t-l MUrOM from In the West Indies In times of which tin ijt.'tnt peoples uf the political stress • 'he % %  ,mto the nP(irwt appro., „, (>il -ine % % %  their dllhal mo|l „/ thl o|d C(I | CiK Uki origins, they Have become. s ^.^ H,,,,,,,,,,-, and jamaic, can now claim r "'Sana,^^-^!; 1 :;-;;''^!^' 'olonWts had stn.ill but Om iW ** Biatoland tOTri' •' which grew whirupsii into... It) •fi Ul tobacco. About the year th< .IMI.U -.t. BM Ona of the .". however, a great nines ocoa. coconuti, n ttu n hlcle. arrowroo anil limber The" ,ni rot ureat. but itrttlah Guiana is inh 111 bituxrte from which aluiicild aj>d diamonds are BaM found ihcc Trinidad Is rich m oil and asphalt. B not nuaob i" 'he way of ind Other thnn the proccuiing Of iiltural productv, MM) it is net easy to tee how the West I-id.es can compete with the rest f the world In .hi> rospft Win i a cotvitlciiii'litourist triyle vhith is ^r.iv.!: ;• t'...n jilthoUKh %  ' vary^to ,.xtent \Mih the prosperity IWO. however, a great datafi ol lha Gounlrk % %  • %  %  *** %  g> baat wavs uf uetlmg an idea of b*ICn to take place. Dutch mertourists come Worlil i.ritcfor their relative pSStSm and of th>chants who found the sugar Intropical products are also notorflMsdWM wind, dlvloN UMW I ''" s ''> %  sourca of great profit .n mii-sly unstable so mat It will oe that of superimposing a map of Guiana, persuaded the Englisl appreciated that the West Inl ., n that of EuColonist. In Barbados and elsecolonies enj<> a very uncertair iope (as was done in the Rvport where lo grow sugar and sell it and variable prosperity aid f (he M "> ni ''• to them. Thus was established Ml fact, basically poor coi Ifien. British Honduras faj taken t h P sugar Industry which became and tins fact should be "Sli? I ..f England, the basis of the West Indian ecomind in stuM>.i^ their pro ,, !" would be InSwada n nomyi Th „ ,| ytP provides •• Iri tho palmy days of Weatliidian .1.1 be near Danilg. watershed not only in economic pnWrtty in the !" lUe..ith -nd ,1 „e.ir the Crimea and but, above tory. lUt l^l^rfSrS rn.ffSSas.iS ... Asia Minor IU|ar lndustrv dC mandl a large economic hasi f w % 1 if' 1 - gf !>' %  Pek of a ^nty of labour inun-d to ban! £" '" ^" %  '">> t !^^ l 5 1 _^ i.iounlaln system ZSC*ta^tiTtrntfelea This was the *• %  '. **? s** 1 ?" "^ T*9A I in .. magnlneent curve ""? l 1 '" V .. n ru, t, n of Weil Vl sold o f,„n, Yucatan in Mexico to the ^''nV-.n f ,,J'" "\7a,r, wit 1^ *>&**"• -,te.-,-! o,a,1i rt So mOMthi The highest JJ !" "" "' ."""t profltabla WV the productton of (he British Weal mdUn Jf Tho b ^ R '* of l ? v !" \ s %  "' %  '"' indus i In peak In ••;•"--"'< * "* n"Jfi ** (,, the %  ;:|(l(l effect in the West ndles was to ..i,.,.,,,,, srhtub „. !.„,,.,, alter the who!,balance of m wh. ,, ,.,],,!,..,.aO that the while colonbts are m ,„ )V ,. ,„ „ < ioati-i and UM have occurred as now a minority and tlM raw rnaintroduction ot fra rad* ItnockM kque In 1902 when jonty of the population is either .. W11V ,| u ,, .utiflcial ,, das rtr o y ad Ol pure or of mixed African labour auPPQ -'"^ • ,11 the town of St. PlatTt, leaving descent. market. the -u, ., induatn it Is said, a The prescm %  ocbsl latrganlaation c^llanaed, i .i HMd lo i.f the people of the West Indie* I'nf, nunat.ly for them, the fSarthquakta are not undates from the period immertiat. \\ [mlksi I "t P*lt all mi K Ion, lha eaptly following upon emnnci|>ation. m one bauaket, and it proved to tal of Jamaica, waa almoat antintwith the collapse of lha mtu have a very I..IKhole in n. The ,. rd by 0n In 190. Tin' industry, estates came into UM "ft mj hssd, ni Tact Weal i %  %  '' %  alaO subject to market nt very low prices in Jabeen geared for the production hiVricanea, and we experienced m alca and some other islands, ef sunai for Hi dam m accordance Iin Ja and th-, people were able to buy maim in 1941 This is a grim imxtd wlth th( he i p of h( m i s picture and sulfers from condena i onar i„ ( very cheaplv Indeed th Use mercantilist policy of the Ai therefore lirtlain abandoned that : O I [if I |l 'I • H'-il I" %  ' '" .t ._ rot the most pert the Th( v ,„ thom c iv., in arm i"'"> '" r ''"' "," u ; ""', w st Islands tn)oy a dau(btfui climat' |ha temperature averages 12. and lamfall usually lieing plentiful. lltles and organi/ceen less land aatUeabout "inn Tne mountains and ment and the social, economic and it vegetation make UM racial structure is more rigid. Carlphaan one of the most beautiful and varied rctrtons In the The West indian jieasanlry IH hi very one who has been mostly of African stock bu 1 ,wll ienan.be> Individual century or so since emancipalIcaiaM wbtch Bfe ttched H|H>U his many new element* have been I, rna) !> %  • Uu Pitona Of added to the population. A little St l.utni. using dramatically lik' over a century ago indentured Dean ceflel Iran UN biua l'aiil>labourers from India began to_bc lha patenwork In Barbadoi.: bv the Dtre o tOf g ; Ripportl I uhen coinuaered nea lery, by valual by Independent \ In tbe other Weal Indian Wands every mortgage over a certain amount (Axed to U is valued b re %  %  Valuei wboae vaJuaUdti covered by a report bj the Society*! Agent, iv submitted to the Actuarj Stocks, BsaMs, aUsaraa Ilchrnturea. etc—each of the Society's Banker* rurrdahaa > la ncita oi the "Bid valuei of tl %  • %  ecui ties held by that Hank Oil Whtcfl the Valuation IH being madi iii the cue i %  Sectui lies not quoted on the Stock Bxi gives the latest price .d which any such security may have e h a iu wd All of the above v iiuation Reporta, • %  etc. are forwatde.1 In oriflnal to the enable .Mm to make ins Valuation Theec are forward.d into full details of • %  gather with the ol Dl BJonsj rucfa Uni by the Actuary. In such circumstances it unnecessary to appoint the I by the 18BR ResoIutlfiTi bul 1 think thl Holders will !>e frel| ol Direlori who are them on Ihe Ml But perhaps C.O.G will attend the meetinn OR the 7th. and fjvi %  benefit of his advice on the matter, XY7 July S, 1950 brought Into the West Indies Today they are the largest single element in the population of British Guir.nn and constitute about ona third of the population Of Trinidad. Other additions are m Ihe Chinese, who control a great (ni(< had dropped beaoro tbe first deal of the retail trade and the .,,. l( an extremely low Syrians who are a small hut wideu Vl .| That war did bring about Iv scattered and wealthy com, .sharp rii-e in the price of suiiai :r'5 -. •-"":' %  ffit. ST aSSe'S tffr A &::; ;:;:,'; !" ;:;,"„, :;r;„ IS I ,,,,l„„„ mere ..( deal of racial admixture, but llv. tl.e Knullsli n.l I ai,...lii..i .....i .I..1... Hawklna, Wend Is feaand in almost every ketS, aufar WSS SgalB beinapio,.f Ralels.li. .f III Bsni) Morgan. „p.et of life in the West Indies ..need at a MSS. Admiral Benlxiw. of Rodney J.m^can music Is a ood examto I %  i -ai li ile. i lie •' ,.,l ,i NeKen hut the tempU,,,,. „t this blend in the cultural i;"per"y 'or rathw " l""^ .i %  c er.Kof the country, for ttcemblMs S^^TA-fi^MXSK cemad rather ivilh Ihe historical in,!,.!, „lr,. often datinil fr..n, ****} S^SS^iS*JSSM proecM*. by which the i.r.sent „„.",,„, „,„„ rV„ m n „ African S !" 1 C,u?^S II otto the West Indies |lvlhm hl „,„„. „„i,,, ,. ';•! %  T'i >^a el tT „ w","T ban S eJrnVTato ^ffl?^. "I" !" """"' "' I . u wh,, hall woikeii West Indian society came Into „„,,„„,. j„m„|ean. „„,,„. ,,,.,,. ,., ,..,„_, .,„,, it „„„., In Ihe llrst place, they are. Perhaps the most Important njlShb ,, count ... letleaU) -|,e;.hn, no natives of African hentase „r the Wtat years. Net .nly did this Increase %  .. mitt] & the sens. In Indian of African oriiiin is Ml uiu-niploy^cd in Ihe B M....„i, arc natives of attitude towards life. One charbland.: H a TO meant the kaavol the Chinese of China nctenslic of this attitude is H the WStoa -vhlch mey had sent The Islanil. were orllnally Incertain Kood-natiireil waraBe i by Indians who came which, cupleil with Ihe tiadi.ion mn Suiitli America (srhere they al British BMsa'Of fair play, hav unrivs In laduead nim.ber. In c.,mbin.,i to nduee raftol Mtal Col GHuaaal. The Arawak. were to the minimum The JTasI DM LOS ANGEI.KS %  Russia's agreement for a trusteeship at yells, in February. 1945. and Us late, i.niiirmatioii at the Piitsdom Conference in July uf that year, was ileliniuls ,. promise in less then a year. Were the Soviets preparing for to-day's,i eral whm we inspected Pyongyang in North'; Korea on May 30, 1946? It appears they were. The Soviets deputized many young Kor-, eans in the police force and had given ahem Runs, as well as Soviet stars and light blue uniforms. The people around town called I them "The Blue Boys." Thev were instructed to be quite in in their form of police enforcement. Not' being used to handling guns, it was reported ( they had caused many casualties annum the Koreans. There were many "incidents" between the Soviet forces and the Koreans after dark The Russians were ordered to travr-1 in threes, but still two or three were killed every night by Koreans who had no weapon other than a rock. There was a noticeable difference in the brusqueness of the Soviet forces in their tnatmenl of the Koreans, compared with the Americans in the territory south of the 38th Parallel. Southern Korea was dependent almost entirely on North Korea for hydro-electric power and other material; the North upon the the Smith for various types of 6 goods. rn Ihe North, all individual land holdings above 12 acres were reallocated without ti.in.fii .,f title to the agricultural workers, the land of Ihe Japanese and the collaborationists having been confiscated. The Soviet command took over the people's committees and eliminated any elements un favourable to a thorough going communist programme, and these people's committees were in turn responsible to Ihe provincial committees, which were finally subordinate to a national committee headed by Kim II Sung, a Korean communist, Soviet trained. and not connected with the well-known underground leader of the same name. Our observations in Northern Korea would indicate that the entire governmental and economic machinery was thoroughly eontrolled by the Soviet command Throughout the cities and in every factory visited, the walls Were virtually covered with propaganda posters praising Kim II Sung. Stalin and the liberating Red Army, and denouncing Kim Koo and Dr Syngman Rhee, now head of Ihe South Korea government. The most prominent poster displayed showed a skull with two snakes coming out of the eve sockets, signifying Rhee and Kim Koo. D.V.SCOTT TODAY'S SPECIALS a co., LTD. at the COLONNADE iminn IIM.OI ii is Tins (III H VI \lt.\ Mil i. I I i i HI I K Ml n tfisTrftl ^FOODHJWS #.f#f*A a I ml if "i ran Ouu I >>-ilu >/ CRYSTAMSED FRUIT R CHEWING GUM CULiNAHY COLOl/HS K. ,1. I:, %  -. 1'ink. Yellow uot PEANUT SUITER SOUTHWELLS MINCE MEAT AUSTRALIAN HAMS .ibout H lb. ••eh ... H> KARDOMAH TIPS TEA '.-lb. pk|£. tAltllS CHEESE CRISPS i-Ib. .. 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Mcl.NTOSH Directly under Stalin'* picture, in most in stances, was a picture of Kim II Sunn, Ch< Men Sik. who was the I-eader of the DtOftO cnitk party in North Korea, was under house arrest because he refused to collaborate with i the Soviets. He is the man who was originally picked [ by Ihe Soviets to be the leading political fig-' uie, operating under the name of the Democratic party, but actually the communist party. He and his party also made the mistake, as far as the Soviets were concerned, of opposing trusteeship of Korea. This is the same general idea that split the Soviet United States Korean Commission which was working out joint problems concerning Korea during their meetings in now wartorn Seoul. A.\D XOW iiOt Si H II i% MOSQUITO NETTING 90' & 108' urdr : : ALSO : : KEAOV HADE MOStH 1TO NITS for Single and Double Beds DA COSTA & Co.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT TbM Md again in "• hMory df ths Unitail Btatsa, prophet* nnd hlntorluns iillko have in***n of ,i "venr of decision". Ameu.-.ui HM uut in modara dacadei it steal ;; ,, ,, ; | :!\ iu, nwir.iiw.-some and laU-ful W'tlU-->t Tok. DOM navi -v.i bi m laken than v } inv cv _^.1 naxed wtth Uw n nouncamanl i>> President Tm man that the United li in nnht in Roras At UM lame time, he virtually etBEunated tha now lanums satn parallal the powirbouaa Bul ni retrospect, this has , mat<-h for the an • ength from the n it can ie argued ihai ii makes no .itnvrcncc whether an enemy bonii" .pjite i dlfforent aspect Total n its current meanins. .eaves no space for reservations Rverj swgal lanat <>f so-called maraful WmrtmP as laid down ty a warship or >:ned years ago cl bazookas and was violated almost from the be%  The Infamy of ihe Pearl Harbour attack itself Justified any reprisals and despite all argn ments to the contrary there is %  n that use of the in aqua tht re The I it'er reasoning is based upon utter cwiviction thai the ... i. Id Communism is open military sgsjri %  ubwarilonj shootint • no, bribery and .-iruments of this %  WiUery u (, lUil ^ ^^ Xo t^i Vet UM tttSpatOB of Truman s newest ind artillery means that with .:.-< IM.HI U ill %  nean a mm. a.-tivo Kieatest rofajCtaW %  onllict. a stirj-eal will and only : n Korean reitar(ee press of real nr' ifj ,. In a highly States has Asiatic mainland. But the decisions have been The mere thought of a knot of made and they will have fruv Han The Editor. The AdeocOtv. Slit. I beg through this medium to expr-> what all West Indians must or should feel at thi moment — I deep and iru.' regard for the U.S.A. and her President. Our United rlattOM are not asleep, and will ris* to answer the call against ruthless agjfressors. who through gree-i and heartless living inflate the heads ot Ignorant people who resort to the lowest methods of try in it to get what they want. President Truman is really a "true man." An., rna ami Kngland gu hand in hand to i this a New World in which to live and a haven from oppression VICTORY Thai Dirty Street Tb (he Editor. The Adrocale— Slit.—If Suttle Street continues to show unndv and congested appearance, some <\J< disease will hit Barbados which I am sure take years to remedy. According to a paragraph In your columns when there is a heavy downpour of rain the street m covered wiih slush and on a dry day rotten fruits Utter the gutters. It II not only the gutters that give this unsightly appearance, but In my opinion It Is the bad looking houses around that area that are partly the cause. Bomathing should be done at once about the situation, because as the old saying is "preventlot. is better than cure." I am hoping to see 'omething done itoo distant future, both with this area, and alt other areas which give thi> unsightly app(..r.n they are many others which need straightening vor GET M.l. THE \i i in n \II\.MI\S IX JA It I Mill III II Hill I It V, atomic bomb saved thousands uf American aoldiara on that vast, enormous plaoa In history, up. Tudor Bridge. sMichael. July 9, 1SS0. L. B. CLARKE J X K I1KI.UI „ FRUIT JUICE Spfrialx %  • %  . S\OI IS 211; per lb. SI IV A IAIII.K SALT Hi per pk. I l-isli Vr|(a'lllllli'S A in il in In r in I illIMIIVK i, O II II A It II S 4.0IJI IIIIAIII III >l



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