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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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Saturday
July &
1950

U.S. TROOPS





Miss Ward Will

Make Griffiths Talk

What Does The Colonial
Office Know About W.1.?

(From Our London Correspondent)
LONDON, Juiy 7.

ETERMINED to find out how much the Colonial Office
7 know of the territories under their control, Conserv-
ative MP. Miss Irene Ward has decided to open a private
question front in the House of Commons. Her first atten-
tions are to be devoted to the Caribbean, and in the next
fortnight she will ask Mr. James Griffiths, Colonial Secre-

tary three questions relating to the West Indies.
Miss Ward told me today she was particularly interested in
West Indian Welfare, following a three months’ holiday
recently spent in Jamaica, t

“I think the West Indies are

‘ .
W I S extremely interesting” she said,
“and I want to make re at
we hould oO ake sure tha

now they’ve got a University, THIS IS NOT somebody's Sunday chic

College, that full and best use is | centre) weighs 6 Ibs., 14 ovs., as compar
ace Future In «© j wet

One question Miss Ward ha



B tter He rt tabled for July 18 asks what s Ne B ’ e tion to.) prevent wat Pravda nsk whether “he wil A
e a rovision there rill be a . “ statec iter. pe sider setting up & inists
[University "Condge for we | Better Service Giant eet W eighs of Sport and ‘Physical Cu

1e | ,

SAYS TIMES Indians to take studies in a
making subjects and crafts of B l a W. I

(From Our Own Correspondent) » isle ‘ }
LONDON, July 7. | ‘"¢, islands petween ofe





(Price:

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;
| 3!
| From Koreans
“Cold War
On the KOREAN FRONT, July 7.
| G 1444 MERICAN ground forces struck back and re-
€ tting gained 10 miles of lost “round today under
a6 the cover of smothering air at wcks on Communist
Hot’ armour. eh
Korea’s skies buzzed with rucket-firing Invader
isin ee bombers which pinned down Northern tanks while
Soviet Communist Party said to.{ @.I’s after two days on the run from heavily
y that the “cold wai that} superior forces took the initiative and probed north
ecobaliad “hot”. 7 But ge i“ ur again.
a ee linnd’ ade | send | ae Generak) MacArthur's Tokyo
deleated, Pravda said according tt oye . | COMMS aaie Mint. commis
Mts... British Sport ws pushed forward elsewhere

jalong the frontline making con-
tact with defenders covering posi-
| tions north of Magung—which is

Needs Ministry
25 miles East of Yongtaek—to

People in various countries who
signed the Stockholm Peace had
in fact taken the pledge which
meant “I shall stop trains, refuse
to unload arms from ships, deprive
planes of fuel, take weapons away
from mercenary, forbid my son
nd husband to fight in the forces
and deny food, telephone services
and transport to the Administra

Naval patrols on both coasts bom-

» asked to set up a Minis : .
ol a Sport ba sid w of barded oil tanks, bridges and
Britain's “resent failure in | attacked shipping. They were
international sportin fired on from shore without
events

ken but a buge beet among small beets. The giant beet (in the

ed with the average beets. around it are three or four of which effect

A spokesman said that Allied



John Haire (Labour) wi 4
B26, F80, F51 and F82 aircraf
“jumped” a Korean column of
1,000 troops and 40 to 50 tank



ture for the purpose of stin No reports had been received yet

but considering the strength of th



force, we are confident that sevet



r © M ulating an d= encour
U.S. ! ust training in organised g

at home and maintai:

gr Stn



T T tplé Jamage was done. One bearded
; , ss explained that she hi: da
he Times leader this morning E t id |

n been disappointed to find wocd A d B 2 2
under the heading “West Indian | <.,,.; . Hidden: edhe clon t
Sugar” hails the news” carving and similar crafts werc n rl a in

“good

Over Six Pounds

haggard G | who reached safety
after an 18 mile trek from Osa!

Y our national prestige
Step Up i abroad

. mn ‘ In the last two week commented we could have
a : aot , ay ¥ > >s{ f dds res ‘ “re 20 dan Ds , ies ‘

that sugar discussions between tices Miyata sae J a we A Goddards yesterday there was on display a beet 80 . " tee pee eee ee: ee

His Majesty's Government and] that many shops stocked goods | From Our Own « | huge that it could easily have been mistaken for a full adto service the West Indies and at foot and’ anoush ammuntiies

the B.W.I| have ended in agree-| ‘8! many shops stocked goods ) LONDON 3} | grown sweet potato |T ball to Spain and the United

ment, made in Haiti. a " ———————

Three months old and weighing States in Brazil, and had

| 6 lbs., 14 ozs., this beet was grown

P {in the kitchen garden of Mr, J. N General David Sarnoff, chats
i. | Geddard man of the Radio Corporation ot

America wants a $200 million ring

' ‘ " ‘ 7 tu-|. The future of sea tacilitic Two Planes Lost
The West Indies, it says, have} ,?™m sure that, given opportu-|) ) 00. Hittin sind the ‘iWteut
obtained useful and important nities. West Indians could develop Indie e anc ‘ e West
assurances which “introduce into| @ 'eally good woodcraft industry, was reviewed this after

ihe agreement an element of elas- she said, and I feel facilities | "00M. For over an hour Mr. Albert

V ASHINGTON, July 7 been eclipsed at Wimbledon

General MacArthur head
fenni

quarters announced the toss of

LONDON, July 7 + ‘ al — ens
Prime Minister Attlee is t Chunju another 15 miles east
(Reuter.) |

two Douglas Invader aireraft i











































1ernment’s action supporting the
Security Council. Opposition
‘Leaders came out in support of



treat of American units in the
@ On Page 5

|
|
> + . . ; = se y Was Sa a ! I s este y
ticity.” |! should be available for training omes and Mr Harold 4 Robinsor WINDOW ise oe hr th y a Bi = of American radio stations set ne ? RET Ti OVO" ern acho , ores Korea ; " a .
The Times says this was doubt-|@t the University College.” (members of the B Ww I. suga ment of “Agr iculture : im fo encircle Russia and het te “fa me dtst tac ie one
less already implied i a |delegation) discussed the entive oi 5 lites | oOo important target North Korea
less already implied in the terms Miss Ward’ — ion | position with Mr. James Griffith: ; oe ; | ote ssterd th tatement added
of the agreement as interpreted ise ard’s first question | position with Mr. James Griffiths THE semi-finals of the Gper The United States is tragicall yesterday the stateme adc
by the Food Ministry but “it is|C0Mes up on Monday when she | Colonial Secretary and assured Championship of the Barbatio | ? e behind the Russiane ft os 8 | Missions included a radar bombing
more than useful that there should | Will ask Mr. Griffiths to call for | him that great improvements were true aes pero ae | oviels nternatioual radio, he told the eC 8 ry “ a ee ee
‘ Z s patently 4s os. | . . $ “ : 5 } the t
he no uncertainty in the minds of | ee report on prison ae De % ee nm en EP esi Sa AF Senate Foreig Balations Con 7 ae i north of th 38th
the West Indian producers.” conditions in the West Indies,! ‘twas pointed out to Mr know local and wven Inte ‘ . i nittee S parallel. Bad weatber prevented
Until the Government's policy| @nd make it available fcr the Griffiths that there were several colonial Tables Tennis cirele rotest elo Russia aha its satellites were A urprise alr cre observing the result
had been tested, there was bound| ‘library of the House a of peopie at the prone al ht ae : Dart ag sam ; broadcasting to the world 832 { Light bomber oper ae We
1o be a sense of insecurity among| “I want to know whether the; time who wanted to travel be-| nteresth ames should be. wi { BI k hours of programmes per wee Says Ulbricht south of the 38th parallel-—th
producers, who had been victims] Colonial Office have this _infor- | tween Britain and the West Indies Su ireenidge Goodin ocKrade The United States was putting out y border between North and South
in the post poe oe Sones on ena immediately avalible”, | asanpes, Parti . a ee = ae sy or : Witenes { 192 BERLIN, Jul acre a eens ee . oe
Sugar sales for their livelihood. she said, “I want to make sure | P@8sages : PO cciyayl vscding vg (¥.M.C.A.) ale a , 7 The Committee is hearing evi The West Berlin “Sozial Damo. }attacks in the vicinity of Fyons
.The agreement announced last} they really know what goes on in it was no good expecting the | son (Everton) ee ae Foreign TE: ily the ,;dence on the Senate Resolution te krat” re nt rted today “that Walte: |taek, 18 miles south of Suwon
night” concludes the Times, should} the Colonies.” French line to carry the| All matches will be three-best | exchange of Soviet and American | increase America’s “propagand: | Ulbricht, East German Deputy | Three missions were aimed at
help them face the future in Questi three on her list due|Purden. That was only serving ‘o} in five games and these will give | : pars h’ ) =e aaa > Ttank, vehicular and troop concen
hee n ; 1estion three on her lis ue inGlite “‘Byit ee the West| the players the opportunity te °]| Motes on the naval blockade of | ° truth Premier, told high officers of th ank, \ te
etter heart. ‘ to be answered on July 18, d-, wer Se ue Nain irom. the est) show their stamina | Korea introduced a new grave| The State Department has sub-} “People’s Police” that American |trations, Six to 10 tanks wel
Good Will with unemployment por Ps f element into the Asian situation,| mitted to President Trumy : fection in Korea has taken the}left burning after one raid tt
In the new undertaking on| Mr. Griffiths will be asked) There was immediate need sot The Seviet Union’s note to} Plan for expanding its “Voice o' | Soviet Union by surprise statement added a.
West Indian sugar, the British| what policy is recommended in additional British Oma ars Bar Washington said the blockade was|4merica” information — servic Moscow had expected South Strafing missions carried out by
Government have given tangible| the West Indies for dealing with Ronait mn eee uta facilities, it 6 QO a new act of aggression on the} Satnoff said “in the past twe] orea to be overrun in one week, jets accounted for six tanks and
evidence of their-good will, the) unemployment amonc adoles- | Wet as rad og be! tidtes and | part of the United States, which | Weeks Russia has stepped up its] Ulbricht was quoted as saying. |seven trucks destroyed No wr
Times stated. It was to be hoped] cents. That will cleat* up Miss | P 50 . v ay would be held responsible for the | Service to North America to 2¢] The report could not be confirm- | opposition was met Bad weather
that when the delegates — “who| Ward’s immediate enquiries, but | 5° for _themse a eee consequences of damaging the in- | ours @ day, 7 days a week” ed from any other source.---Renter.| limited the number of sorties te
represent not only the sugar pro-{ she assures me she wil] soon be, ©Xisting in the islands and to an terests of the Soviet Union | The United States he said, wa 158.
ducers but the whole population] back with a further stack of oe TT of view of the in- The Soviet Union was seen by | Particularly weak in stations | ¥ ° ® North Korean forces had about
— ot} 5 rabitants, as § i ae oa . io ; s i : our-
fhe Wack Ietles eeula Rnd tht Sessions Similarly West Indians would 99 observers to be reacting to what ea ma ny phen Philippin Conscription In 150 vans with acetone: erm \
mh r. ; ee ; sabdeiic. os was considered here a direct threat rough the Mediterranean and ed vehicles spread over the Troi
contract in its present form _ be able to come to Britain and Of W ' : " . Nain on lis Wy . ‘ ‘ Their «trength wv concentrated
acceptable. , - | find out just what the country was| ar to the nation's own Far Hastern | — sciall ' The United States [2° chins dai pe tis 5.5 Sha
aoe 7 ee aere ¥ oe } ’ interests specially required he said in the wes ection in
Misgivings of West Indians are MENZIES ALLS like The Sov were both meditim and shortwav was mostly confined to gueril
; 7 teten ; ‘ . ’ y VASHINGT f
easily to be understapd. They | Mr. Griffiths listened sym | SAYS NEHRU I ¢ es Act mi taora had >\- stations of high scailieel i Seca WASHINGTON, July 7 vctivity
suffered very muchin the past FOR RECRUITS pathetically to these views, and | | ink y : aclally declared that the | vite tran; India, Paiciatas, Phil The United States Government |" ; ;
ulong with other primary produc- w Mr. Gomes told me afterwards ho | NEW DELH : | pared aes actions were an tppines Gavan aha ; sossibly or] (cday ordered the use of conserip General MacArthur's —head-
ers when prices fell catastrophi-| ; 4 hoped early endeavours would be} prime Mir ELHI, July 7 open aggression against Korean Ciba: alan thet I vp tion to bring military forces to the quarters were “very interested
cally in times of depression. CANBERRA Australia, July 7. made to remedy the situation. ime Minister Nehru said today and Chinese People’s Republie: - “ Be a lortwave Stations! strength needed for the Korear in whether any northern divi
Se } : Prime Minister Robert Menzies 7 | India had not offered and did Reuter. in Alaska beamed into Siberia War. All three Armed Services sions were of international
“It is this country’s belief that|to-day called on Australians to | hot intend to offer to mediate over —Reuter vere authorised to exceed the character the spokesman said
violent fluctuations in the fortunes |enlist in the armed forces here . | Korea Nehru told reporters cverall budget ceiling for military and there would be an immedi-
of primary producers ought to be and now in view of the Korean P L ce Nab India can offer her good offices | o : ‘6 e ; personnel dbs Snnouncement if any evi
avoided by concerted internation-|crisis. Mr. Menzies moved that | OU f for mediation only if requested to} 1nese eds till Ho e? The Defence Department an-| dence were found
al action and the Government|the House of Representatives ap- | ‘ é ° | do so by parties concerned nounced that the overall ceilings Intelligence officers were posi-
have deliberately decided to buy|prove Government's action giving B ditKin “g | Replying to a question Nehr..| ’ on n branches of the Armed Ser-|tive that the North Korean Ait
a small part of the country’s |the United Nations aid in the an 8 jsaid if there was any chance of en econ or French vices which had restricted their|Force was missing South Korean
sugar in the free market in order | Korean conflict. Both Houses ‘ y |peace out of any kind of negotia- a” expansion had been lifted. Mili-| markings
that they may make this effective.! unanimously endorsed the Gov- [ ieutenant |tion, he would “go to the ends tary enlistments also will be used] Referring to the reported re-
of the earth’’.

Round Of War

By MICHAEL FRY, ' PARIS, July 7

Explorer”’ jto step up the size of variou

India had been working through services.——Reuter

2 PALERMO, July 7 \diplomatic channels to secure|
'Mr. Menzies’ motion and told Par- Police today arrested Fro Man- | admission of Communist China to

‘liament that all Australia's fight-| nino, said to be one of the most) the Security Council. That and Renter's Correspondent The family of 3~year-old

ARMS SHIPMENTS ing services need recruits and] yuthiess killers among the lieuten-|the return of Russia to the Security . SUCCESS July 7 Raymond Maufrais, French ex
: won ne P Ss 8 i euten ) Ss ecurity LAKE SUCCESS, July 7 ; é r a i
warned of the preparation that) nt. of Salvator Giuliano, Sicily Council, @@hrn declared “eee Ghiuese Communists by bring plorer-journalist who has disap

SYDNEY, July 7 comes too late. Joseph Chifley, |«pobin. Hood” bandit who wal | necesseiy a oe : . ae ..| peared in the matted jungle of |
. BA ane »| | ssary conditions to enable the | ing into the Korean War the ques : 4 i : rs oe
The Federal Executive of the|former Prime Minister and now last | Council to discharge its functions | ion of Formosa have in the opin- Northern Brazil, said here today

SEAMEN BOYCOTT



\shot dead in a gun baitle



» ist - s ig ea-| Opposition Leader issued a state- : oad ' . : she, anid ‘we have not given up—Raymond |
Sante elion it ae abel evant on behalf of the Labour | eens who has been accu ed | adequately ae Seed Se Son oe va Seond’ ak t . Geited” Na. was # young man of immense de- |
i "s WOl s- | Party He said he agreed that “aa rict cjconflict to a prompt and peaceful | Seco cote ee . ict | termination and iron courage.”
that its members would not trans-| Farts 0% ag a" \of killing most of the victims Of]... olusion.” tions war against Communist lina an vurag

| s ;

port war materials to Korea. The|United Nations intervention in! Giuyliano’s seven-year “reign 0

The editor of Sei€nees Et Voy
decision affects nearly all Aus~|Korea will probably do more than | ¢error’, was believed to have bee

North Korea, ‘
Most sources here believe that; #8¢s. French magazine for which

Beyond Capacity







ni

trelian merchant seamen who are janything else - prevent a third | the man who escaped over a w all } Military assistance to South|the statement of Chou-En-Lai.| Maufrais had been commissioned
members of the Union.—Reuter. | World War.—(Can. Press.) when police bullets killed Giuli-| Korea, Nehru said, was beyond] Chinese Communist Foreign Min-| to chronicle his lone journey, also
| ano. India’s capacity and would make | ister, constitutes a threyt of inter refused to believe reports from |

—— a See maT | His capture means that _ only | little differenc | vention in Korea Brazil that the young adventurer

|three or four of Giuliano’s band,| «The best assistance India can| The general feeling here was| had died of starvation
oO ern aveman 1s 100 strong, are still at larg *- |render is help in limiting the area|that the gap between East and | He may have stumbled on
Others have all been killed or | of conflict and trying to end it ”!| West inside the United Nation me primitive tribe and be living
ae | captured by Col Ugo uea, vet | Nehru assessed the chances of | had been widened. It was thought vith them” {t said. Maufrais

j eran soldier who directed she ‘nti- |the Korean dispute turning into a|if Chinese Communists open| easoned explorer despite hi

ra i} Tl 1S oman | Guiliano campaign.——Reuter {world war at “fifty fifty” |\sided with North Korea it would| youth—-had made many hazard

ce In accepting the Security Coun- | make the admission of Communist | ous Jt gle journeys and was the



VIENNA, July 7. | \cil resoluti on Korea, India} China into the Unfted Nations vil | only Iropean ever to penetrate
; i ‘ ‘stain valley, Drowned After \did not accept “any enlargement | tually impossibl rtwice the forbidden territory of
Three hundred policemen today sped to a mountain val ey | 1a Pisses nat soas nad This weuld, it ie of most| the Chavante Indiar Reuter
following a mountaineer’s story that he had been threatened | |of those resolutions,” he said, add-

Ship Fight jing they referred to “aggression experts here, keep the Sor jet}







>by a man he believed to be a hairy ene) ag et. jin Korea alone and to no other nee a “I the United Natior ne
: o : i 7 5 _ ° iss Helen |} WO 7S July 7 nit ” wy thereby splitting the organisatic s : ,
gate, ental > Sem e Oran ee tae | eae Tele et ola Wrenes| ton (Reuter) Tevoeably into twebo-ticcanp. | Otl Shipments To
0, ; ohne é wenty - year - olc an y |
intioeenongenraeh : —+" Miss Munro, 48-year-old British | T™an, quartermaster of the Brit- REGAINS SEAT yerurer |



mama | 1 7
Arts Council official, was found | ish liner Highland Chieftain, dis- | | Kar East Banned
9 bs Ti es el a| appeared overboard at dawn today KINGSTON, Ja., July 6

Leopold Ss |sealed’ um ed sapere Kotel jafter a quarrel and is believed Rupert Wilmot, P.N.P,, regained DUTCH DESTROYER Pp NEW YORK, July
j t ar masite ast | drowned his seat in the House which he | he United States has cut off
_@ | eotadar near Innsbruck ee The Highland Chieftain WasS|pave up after the General Elec- | TO AID S. KOREA from the Far East all shipments of
rot er-In- aw am jloading meat in La Plata. Toman |tjion in December owing to a THE HAGUE, July 7 oil and material with any wat
A d : technicality—he had a £5-a-year| p),, b HAGUE, July 4 potentiality, to prevent essential

ar se > trie ‘ a scuffle d with Ronal
The mountaineer said he tried | had cutie On cect : tre 1,796-ton Dutch destroyer | supplies from falling into the
BRUSSELS, July 7,













Bruges sentenced him to three!said to have a mania for building} To date, comple ecrecy had



awcock 1ip’s s é attend- . . |
to force the man, whom he recog-|Hawcock, ship’s hospital attend- | oontract with the Government for | ,. a 3 ae ‘i a ’ i
| nied as the “Caveman” from|ant, 30, after Bele et. ort Ithe rental of land—by an inc reased | vert I m vy egy Ph aged eB CNet Somes sympa
. Siw Cee ; rinking on shore ome nock- = - ets | she ay a, @ s, , w Yor mes re-
ee eet . Fine cnet aren k ast n then: spt ang | majority over the Labour candidate | reported here. She has a crew of potted in a Washington de Da h
Walter Baels, 40-year-old Rew ae aie ool gy Rte the lov erboard and struck out towards | : as i ction ye rn aa : 230. The destroyer is Holland’s | today
brother of King Leopold’s wife yaa ee ces "|the far shore of the Rio Santiago | Official standing of the House 48 | contribution towards the United) Tt said ¢ombined actions by the
Princess DeRethy, was arrested ee ee |River, which is about 500 feet|!7 Labour, 18 Socialists, 2 Inde-| Nations aid to South Korea | Departments of State and Com-
on the Franco-Beigian border last} Thickset, taciturn, 48-year-old | wide.—Reuter pendents.—Can. Press. \ —Reuter. | merce have imposed an embargo
night and detained in prison in|Zingerle, for whom polic e| c- oe pritis a wer of Hong
Brussels. jthroughout Western Austria and| mOn ' Ww a ie Portuguese
In 1946 the military court in|Northern Italy are searching, is'| ru man S S m or | Treaty port of Macao
years’ imprisonment for desertion. | elaborately furnished apartments | or all official actions
The sentence was still standing. jin caves of the Tyrolean mountains. | |
Baels when arrested last night, | | m eve Oo men |
was crossing the border into Bel-| Police investigations have dis-| 72 ie
gium to attend the funeral of his; closed that Miss Munro met Zin-! U.S. Will Appoint



















mother Madame Henri Baels who |gerle in front of the Patscher Kofel | WASHINGTON, J 7 ) achieved however we must the atomic energy programme if | 4 “=
died at Ostend yesterday. He had/Hotel on Saturday morning, and President Truman today asked| strengthen our own defences by| the past.” Concerning the new Allied C-in-C
not previously returned to Bel-|spoke with him. It is believed he | ( ongress for $260,000,000 to speed| providing the necessary atomic | money asked, Truman said the|
gium since the war. He lived in|made an appointment with her in| dévelopment on atomic bombs ar energy capacity” | plants to be built would be} LAKE SUCCESS. Juls
Paris and South France the mountains for the afternoon| push experiments on the hydro- He pointed out the state-|“advanced design ind = theit The United Natior Securite
At his trail it was alleged that| probably promising to show her; gen bomb. Tru aid the money; ment that his January directive| operation would provide new Cvigwsl toniaet . rhe the United
Baels was able to flee from!some interesting caves lwould be -u to enable the| called on the Atomic Energy Com-| knowledge that wi peed the |< xtes to aces ts ; aaa he ,
Belgium following the German Atomic Energy Commissior to} missior continue its work on| progress of the atomic energy|” “Ch sy Sor co A igea. fale are
invasion in 1940 Zingerle, said by police to have| build additional an mor effi-jall forms of atomic weapons in-| programme ; ‘ nes wire wt ‘ o rn as
Authorities in Lisbon served|disappeared from his home on|cient plants’ t it his| cluding hydrogen or fusion bomb.” Expansion in fope of Leia Ae 2h ie ah OF tne Re pierr
him with a mobilisation order|Monday, was sentenced to two} directive of Janu 31 ordering Ir thi new undertaking | atomic energy programme gives| © uth Korea Voting va sever
instructing him to join the years’ imprisonment in 1947 for| work on the hydrogen bomb (speeding up atomic energy pro- | added empha to the fact that)!" ravine with three sberention
Belgian forces who were continu-| keeping a girl in a cave on 7.500 The President said that the! nme) the Atomic Energy Com-| atomic energy has potentialities| A ote ens eee Sag ~ Fale ee
ing the fight from abroad. Baels|ft. Patscher Kofer, where Miss} fundamental objective is to use| m on has my complete confi-| both for destruction -and for the} meetin ince the Korean cri
did not answer the order, it was|Munro’s body was found | atomic energy for peace but he| dence based upon the able and| benefit of mankind” Truman said.| began Russia boycotted the session



stated. —Reuter, —— (Reuter) added “until his objective is} orous leadership it has given to (Reuter. ) | —Reuter.







PAGE TWO





Carb (Calling

IS LORDSHIP

anial Davis of
gone on a routine visit to the
British Virgin Islands. His wife i
at present staying in St. Thomas
for a week and after his visit
the Bishop will join her there
They will then proceed to Puerto
Rico for three weeks, spending
their time in the mountains one

Bishop Nath
Antigua ha

hundred and sixty miles out of
San Juan.
Army and Navy!
WO young Americans, Mr
Joe Brown and Mr. Geor

Mocullock who have been working
in Venezuela at the Jusepine Oil



Co., arrived on Thursday morning
from Venezuela via Trinidad by
B.W.1A,

Joe, who used to be in the Navy
during the war comes from Texas
and George hails from Oklahoma
he was in the US. Army

They are here for two weeks
staying at the Hotel Royal

Was at Codrington College

EV. EVERETT BUTLER, L.Th
who has been here for almost
five years studying for the Ministry
at Codrington College, left yester-
day by B.W.1.A. for Jamaica, in-
transit for the Bahamas
He was ordained in February
and is now a. Deacon in_ the
Anglican Church. On his arrival
he will be taking up .an appoint-
ment in Nassau, which incidentally

is

his home.

Expected This Morning
R.-BILL SIMPSON, son of
Mr.-and Mrs. Jack Simpson

of “WiTdale”’, Marine Gardens is
expected to arrive this morning

by T.GrA

Bill Who is at school in Canada
spent aâ„¢few weeks in Bermuda
en route

Here for Six Weeks
ISS DAPHNE and Miss
Romenia Ahloy, nieces of Mrs

Josef Adamira arrived from Trini-
dad on Thursday morning by
B.W.LA., to spend about six
weeks’ holiday in Barbados, stay-
ing with the Adamiras at Worth
ing.

Leaving by T.C.A.

R. R. BRUCE SKEETE of

Edgecumbe Plantation, St.
Philip and their two daughters
are due to leave this morning by
T.C.A. for Canada en route to
England.

To Join His Wife and Son

LSO leaving this morning by

T.C.A,. for Canada en route
to England is Mr. J. A. Haynes
of “Parkes”, St. Joseph,

His wife left for England by the
Golfito on June 20th. He will join
her there to spend the summer
holidays with their son Anthony,
who is studying Economics at
Pembroke College, Cambridge.

Gracita Faulkner Leaves
RACITA FAULKNER and. Mr.
_ W. Chambers, her accom-
panist left yesterday afternoon
for Trinidad where she will give
a series of song recitals, sponsored
7 hii British Council in Trini-
dac
Miss Faulkner certainly became
very popular in Barbados during
her short stay and her recitals
were all well attended



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back to me in connection with the
American actress who got engaged
to her divorced husband before he
recognised her “I just changed
my make-up,” she said,

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| -B.B.C. Radio Programine


















VER England on a _ visit NUMBER of West Indian SATURDAY uly
from Jamaica is Mrs, Terry tudents landed from the 7 The New i New
Blackman, owner of the fabulous Misr” at Marseilles last week} 4 » a st Sand e Phez
| Kin gston night club The Glass and went on to England by train ican. ge "Feeas ons 7.38 a 3x
“ | Buc ket The club can hold as and channel steamer. One of them} Interiude; 8 a.m. From the torials
She never diets hy Live With Her Daughter | imany as 1,250 people on gala js Mr. E. C. Pile, an engineer of| 5.10 a.m nets 238
RS. IDA GONSALVES left | nights Though only there for a British Guiana, who has come Ques
Barbados on Thursday after-j|brief stay, she hankers, she says, wnder the auspices of the British! tions; 9 5—11.15|
jnoon for British juliana by/for Jamaica where “the sun Council. Pile, will study rein-| a.m. Bal commenta met
|B.W.I.A. She has gone over to|a’ways shines” and “you can live forced concrete methods with John | vs Northants: 12 noon | the, | News|
live with her daughter Mrs. Cecil |like a lord.” Mrs. Blackman is Moreland & Co. in London. Also| Sports or Music; 1 p.m, Charlie Kunz |
| Jordan in Georgetown. Her son |also a dress designer fassengers in the “Misr” were the at the Piano; 1 1b p.m. Radio News.
Mr. George Gonsalves accom- | Risley teams from British Guiana| reel; 1.30 p.m. Anything o Declare
" > : 2 > - 2 p.m The News; 2.10 p.m k
| panied her to B.G. He — be To Join the R.C.A.F. end Trinidad. Seneen from “pritain 2.15 p.m. English |
j}away for about two weeks on a re RY STAMMERS who at- | Eloquence; 2.30 p.m. Starlight hour; |
short visi ic edie Rane a a od i 3.30 p.m. Sports Review; 4 p.m The |
aan vee tended th» Lodge School some *T© Be Married Shortly | 3.0.2 "Uio"p m, ‘tne’ dally, service
|years ago, is going to Canada this APT. “Tigger” Gordon-Smith| 4.17 p m, Jack Train's record varie : oil can do now, he muttered.
New Manager |week where he hopes to join the and Dorothy Benfield, will be| — _? ae nn ae don: i age Fgh siemens a 4 ‘Miranda has settled in happily
RRIVING recently from Para- |Roys al Canadian Air Force. He is married in Trinidad on July 15th. S = Promramme Parade; 6.29 Pp 4 oo Se tee were ck oe eh the clown would hurry and
maribo via Trinidad ‘were the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Both of them are with B.W.1. Air-| Dance with me. 6.30 p.m From ! th See eE there ip any. sign. Of the tc take me away.’’ Rather moodily
Mr. and Mm. ©. Seedman wh Stammers of the Antigua Sugar ways. Tigger is a pilot and aap PP dec ger pA *; as a eas clown and his aut torgyro. He gazes he goes back to the ions pate
one On. dix Weedce’ nslidey prior |Factory Dorothy one of the air Hostesses. {| analysis; 7.15—7.30 p.m. Cricket 1 round the sky until ertenese, begi me and Braga + — dias
“Fri . aa ; W.I. vs Northants; 7.30 to fall and he can stinguish corti ick
to Mr. Friedman taking up his , port on’ W. ants as to fa Po
new the Bata Shoe Stores in Barbados. Weekly sports summary; 8.30 p.m. {
i e Wimbledon; 845 p.m
He is a brother of the late Mr. Report from ae
‘ Ss ting events; 9 p.m. Ring up the ae at ae aa, - ctehainaeraioiaaataeeataie
J Friedman, who was _ the | Curtain: 10 p.m. The News; 10.10 p m. enema
former manager | Interlude; 10.15 p.m ts woe of
movement; 10.45 p.m , 2agean
Mr. Josef Adamira, who has yg Farnborough; 11 p.m. The Idea att
been acting Manager here will be | 4 University }
returning to Trinidad with his ’ sto
wife and daughter Anna, as soon Leopold S (ueen Expec {s
as Mr. Friedman takes over
: 1 1 s
The Friedmans are staying | Second Child
temporarily at the Hotel Royal |
Thi i BRUSSELS, July 7
ird Barbados Holiday ) Princess De Rethy, King Leo-|
| pold’s second wife, is expecting
erties hon their third holiday her second child “at the Sapinaing |
in Barbados are Mr. and Mrs of next year,” according to the
R. Marques, who arrived from leading Belgian Catholic news-
Trinidad on Thursday by B.W.1L.A paper “La Libre Belgiquer”.
They hope to be here until the Princess De Rethy, formerly
end of July, staying at the Hote] Accent on the ankles comes with these sheer silk stockings. The Mile Lillian Baels, a commoner,






Royal.

SKELETON
CROSSWORD







PDICTURED here in London is ce 4 es Ls
Dea, Se Pike thier aul hae! tals tio te) Pt

style Gribouille—after hours after
midnight in the north to 3 a.m, in
the southern-most counties.

It is black, cut short, with many
gold, “sunbeam” streaks,

Mile, Dea is staying with friends
here. She speaks little English; but



already she admires Scotsmen:
“Ve delightful, especially in
kilts.” H
In Paris, Mlle. Dea has a roof-
top flat in the suburb of Passy. He
She lives alone, has two dogs, a
“French fox,” and a tan and white RAK SeERLR
spaniel, . : CLUES ACROSS
She never diets, drinks wine 1. Putting out the light. might
but no spirits, smokes little. one say?
She dresses with a Parisian’s| 6 Tun, Derhaps, in these
simple elegance, likes black suits a. oe choral, yet entirely

and small, plain hats. I saw her in
a shirt-waist dress of black tussore
with shiny buttons from neck to

68
0. Whene' there’s 100 to beat, 108
“a sticker you need

: ll. The | of some trees,
hem, and a plaited primrose belt 12. The aims of friendship. eae
Over this went a loose coat of} 1 eat =. two weddings no

smooth primrose wool,

eaoL.3.5S.
Leaving Today

14. Bird 60 80 Yoautious about ite tail.
it seems.

1
18: Up-to-date hair style?
. Act a8 a masseur of necessity.

D® TORRENCE PAYNE, M.D.,| 99, %,20%n one direction and
Ph.D., with his wife and] ,| back abean de
son Michael will be leaving this ai. hardy y likely to Sineolote ba uoriant
morning by T.C.A,, after spend-| 22. 0: terrace. :
ing almost ‘a month’s holiday in| 23- Acts as a servant to parsons /

Barbados

Over the Week-end

CLUES DOWN
; ORES of melodrama ’
heirs irs might well be sald to be

1

’ ® put-up sort of job.
R. id, (PERCY TAYELOR,|.. g)\P POV oR tenes £ teen’ beain-
Branch Manager of B.W.1A, nin f, naving nothing $ GBs.
left yesterday afternoon for Trini- . Called me ‘or a c te
dad by B.W.I.A. He will be &: Soldier tar the ti testing;
away over the week-end on a 7. Forest in which one may see #
short routine visit. rere about to make 4
9. Shrinks 5 trom endless ensiave-
ment.
10. Where one may get « drink ip

the “Black Bird

18 Just like Weller in India?
17. Conjecture.

18. Indulge in lamentation.
19. Fish ourrent

within, initially.

anal te ea



-~CANNING.



BY THE WAY » sscucousse

him think that the smile was a up here.and there, I will not go
secret between the two of them, so far as to say that I scour the
and when she rose to go it was Balkan Press for jests. Anyhow,
more like the exit of the Grand the Belgrade paper probably got

the joke from my ancestor, Bat

cal comedy than the departure of teur de Greve, the 18th century

a prospective matron. When she Beachcomber who conducted the

had gone, and the Headmaster column called Fatras in the

said: “Do you think she'll do?” Gazette de France, Fauna a

The affirmative answer was dé- Twenty Years of Uproar The nes Ana
livered with an enthusiasm Jazz concerts will probably be Pp. *
worthy of a worse cause, Thos@ yi onsored as there was little sup- The STANDARD 12 cwt. PICK-UP
masters might have been apprais- port for the symphony concerts

ing a slave-girl in the market at (News item.) The STANDARD DELIVERY VAN
Thurralibad rather than choosing UCH warnings should always

of pills to lazy boys S

Under the Chestnut Tree

Swindon The orchestra was i

There was therefore another PYODAY I received a letter tell- the middie of a symphony when
meeting in the Headmaster’s ing me that a joke printed cat-calls began. The conductor
study, and the lady arrived in in this column the other day ap- to curry favour, at once clapped
such an outfit that a healthy flush peared in 1911 in a Belgrade on a false nose and began to dance
came to many a scholastic cheek, newspaper. If the joke-detectives about, while the orchestra aban-
and the impressionable peda- are as hot on my trail as that, I doned the symphony, and plunged
vogues crowded round her like may as well confess that I don’t jnto “Godda Git Ma Maaan,” to
thirsty Arabs round an oasis. |She invent all my jokes. I find that which the entire audience sang
smiled at each in turn, making there are better gnes to be picked the words.

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be given in good time to avoid
a repetition of what happened at

flower-design ornaments are embroidered with silver-cut steel beads.

London Express Service.
High Relief “Bal Creole”’
SCULPTOR Frank Dobson’s EK

1% NGLISH television viewers haa |
| wooden studio at the Royal
and hearing a West Indian ‘‘steel

their first chance of seeing
College of Art in South Kensington
band” last week. The ee





is a full-scale clay model of a re-

rt ome in’ high relief for a post “Bal Creole’ was presented by
| office in British Guiana Dobson,
jal 61, is fashioning his greatest
|}work and his largest. The relief
litself will be shipped to British
}Guiana in 1951, crated in sections,
jand re-assembled there. In re-
| constructed Guiana granite, it will
| weigh 15 tons, measure 17 ft. 2 ins,
| bs y 9 ft. 6 in. The relief—highest
FA lreckhing. 9 in.—portrays two
reclining figures. He has been
| working on it, now, for 15 months
Dobson’s own judgment: “I think
it is the most important work of
my life.”

Boscoe Holder and his wife, Sheila
Clarke, and their company. The
Holders have been responsible for
many productions in Trinidad,
where they presented the best of
West Indian music and dancing,
and recently they arrived for a
tour in England to give their
versions of traditional dances and
ealypsoes. With them in “Bal
Creole,” the scene of which is a
waterside cafe “somewhere in the
West Indies”, will be Louise Ben-
ret, a specialist in folk songs from
Jamaica.









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5 Yrs. Imprisonment She Did Not Lucie-Smith |



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE THREE

Sir Frederick









Decision res



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| 7 e , +
T. i 1e Ar
mae oes ie Steal The | On B.MLL.A. | Varied rives Cleiatea?
or Watch Thief dRine | Bo | ee
ol ng ard cf Judge V \ GOOD supply of fresh fruit H
j iW ay varied bk ai ischarged here yesterday by .
nati ee cn oe : in lay varied by ‘Their | was discharged herg yesterday, b opk
ace ad eset Calvert Edwards, alias James Weekes,| MAIZIE HOLDER, resident} Mr. D. A. LUCIE-SMITH A\ Mr. G. i Taylor and Mr, and “Lady Je te ges ins
ourer. of Station Hill, was sentenced to five years’}of Emmerton, Chapman Lane,|¢lected one of the Directors J. W. B. Chenery, Mr, Vaughn Crate after crate of mangos revolutionised the chemistry of
servitude by His Honour Sir Allan Coilymore, Chief} St Michael, was yesterday|the Barbados Mutual Life Assur-|had ordered Conrad “ lung from the vessels’ decks a Omens ©

Justice, at yesterday's sitting of the Court of Grand Sessions





Bibby of






acquitted by an Assize Jury at} @nce Society at a n eeting held |Carrington’s Village to to the larf They nutr r hi arly re rch

‘ the Court of Grand Sessions when vesterday He takes the place of | damz nd 3/- costs w St. Lucia ee ee
Assize Jury, re-fproperty. Cpl. Nu also showed! She appeared on a charge of steal- |Mr. Clifford Manning who has re- | had und him guilty of he T B Pan ee ee ry of
1 found Edward ; C t} him ar expanding strap This}ing one gold ring and a hymn/™& because of ill-health assaulted and beaten vitamin 4¢ the turn of he
ig and entering the Jewel-|strap was tormerly on the Kelton| 00k, total value $74.88, from the} fon ble G. B : : =





Evelyn

M.L.C., -
ght | who presided over the last

lery op of Frank O. Pounder at} watch. The total value of watches] 4welling house of Leonard Kni
No, 74 Roebuck Street and steal-| missing

* arharede : meeting on
ng a quantity of watches. totel| 54. 7 from his shop was of Barbarees Hill. Jiold those present that save for wa
ing’ é quantity atches, ota to 7s. 6d e ‘ > s 1 > 1 9
Value £54. 7s, 6d., the property of The Police . Senars ents, eS Soli-) Manning had been a director since |.
Frank Pounder. An alternate Cals Bure Ser tans SK citor General, prosecuted for the|}919 He haa beet r si ae beat
count receiving was also in- ee ee nak on ApriliCrown. Holder was unrepre- . : wee. Mae



|} i8 P.C. Jessamy brought Beresiord| sented by Counsel member and had been of great












the fountain pen, scissors, brooch, |H

arrived from

a ! Radar brought

tlyn oc carge from St. Vincent and

Griffith of Dash Gap, on March 9, cHCaS ‘cluding four trucks
suffered inconvenience and em-|

|

|

Sealy of Messrs Cgrrington & MR. G. L.

tor work it
pumpkins

Seawell, copra and

Raw cocoanut oil, plantains and

among the “Ledy

year. The amount of
reduced to 20/-

damage

century Hopkins succeeded in
’ i"

oldting a vitally important

charcoal were

a result of the assault and Joy's”

amino-acid, tryptophane, a dis«
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covery which went far to explain























TAYLOR and Mt ; load 3,500 tons of sugar and a Royal Medal of the Royal So. ety and sevenyears later hewas knighted. In

cluded in the indictment. yn 5 rit} 5 ; }assistance to the society ; barrassment. At the time of the L di c
He had six previous convictions, | ae rear! a oat re sure they would all ‘ein th bh | offen e, she was near a quarry at’ oa ing Sugar buil i j ee 7 _
e last of ich was in 1942 when Statio: a. ia , made wate. Pp ei Mrs non Ki, + the |gretting Mr. Manning's sesigna-jar, Sl which B owned ty Al S ; | Wing compounds, the proteins. Further research convinced him that no animal could exist
5 oe Station Alleyne made a state-} Prosecution, Mrs. Agnes Knight of | tign a oe “~ | Bibl / Me 7 4 4 alee: Beate on
° z aly t } ion ) f ohiad ve
o i | treat )Barbarees Hill, said that Gwen-| Miata cent a | } Spe ig itstown on a diet consisting only of pure proteins, fats and carbohydrates ( stare 1 by
at € ‘ » . Smith wa ominatec ; ‘ ‘ oP ee e
ie -rdsotvina? Ir equt y ent dolyn Knight was her daughter. | py V. Goddard, and his | Bibby told the court that e Genii 8 1906 he was already on the track of the accessory food facto tf
ole M6) the house of Jerome ut} Holder was a domestic servant /nomination was seconded by Mr, }W@S on the quarry and that he Speenistown was busy again fessory food Jactors now known as vitamins,
KC. Solicitor] De Village Dani e a} With her from August to Decem-|/C. C. Worme. This was the only | ad been missing quarry tools for a ~ 1 vhen the S.S. “Temple | Born at Eastbourne in 186: Hopkins was educated privately, and started work as a clerk
e, , Solicitor enh The. ee ; . — . Was t n : ah ; ‘alled t oe a ! ivately, and startea as a clerk
Qdapral, prosecuted on. behiit offpe es ee ae SW Edt ber 1949 nomination and Mr. Lucie-Smith |50m¢e time. He said he had for- Ot cs - e take A load ol in an insurance office in London at the ag 7 } : :
the Crow ' } wards at Amen’s Alley. He (Ed-| Ss {was declared duly elected bidden her trespassing on the pit 40 5 OF Sugar for the United Ondon at the age of 17. He soon gave up this appointment to become
ge ; wards) was wearin Kelto She mis-ed a gold ring, a fountain quarry ne assistant to an analytical chemist and study A }
ae g I r ine j oe > J Hist ane for ft ’ ‘ons of oh ns .
WwW atehes Missing _| wrist watch He arrested andj Pe®, 8 penknife, a gold brooch,| He thanked his nominator and Mea is Piantations Ltd. are ie’ : y : study for the examinations of the Institute (now Royal
Frank O, Pounder, a jeweller of! cautioned him a scissors and a Prayer Book |seconder and promised to do all pping 900 tons of the produce | stitute) of Chemistry. He passed so well that by the time he was 22, he had become assis
d 14 Roebuck Street, said tha Edwards told him that he ,{ from her home. Her cook, Milli-|that he could to further the inter- x ve ssrs R. & G. Challenor| 4 the Lect F 7 7 , renee a
on April 5 he closed his shop at|bought the watch fr Shaw} cent Pile, gave her some informa-|ests of the society BRE ACH OF ure exporting 1,280 tons from | urer on Forensic Medicine at Guy's Hospital, In 1888 he entered suy’s Medical
€ atc r Snav , ; ; i iS ehtct . . : . te
.15 p.m. and went home He| Gittens. He was afterwarde take tion and brought her the ring. | i. ghistown and Six Men's School asastudent. Ten years later hew Shale ay a
left a quantity of assorted jewel-/tc the Central 1 6. “Te The Police later brought her the | Members approved cortain - ‘ " ~~) ridgetown also had its day of| | a ¥ later he was invited toCambridge where he becav a Fellow and
lery in the sho; | where he was 4 etd - He eae Prayer Book. She owned the ring|amendments to the Deed of Set- CONTRAC I 5 wee | w shipping. The SS. “Alcoa | Stience Tutor at Emmanuel College. In 1918 Hopkins was arded the
: a é > made _ . . } er) eS : . awardee
At about 7.45 am. on April 6]a statement. a since 1938. She has not recovered |tlement of the Society after Mr. | Polaris” arrived at Carlisle Bay |
|

he returned to open the shop, He P.C. Jessamy said that on April
ticed that the lock of the door) 18 at about 9.00 a.m. he went t
is missing and the door slightly} Pounder’s Jewellery shop. Pounde:
opened. When he went into the}handed him a watch in_ the
shop he found that some of the] presence of Beresford Alleyne
watches were missing. : He accompanied Cpl. Nurse to
On April 16, Berestord Alleyne,/ Amen’s Alley where they saw Ed-
watch repairer, brought a 16] wards wearing the Kelton watch.
ewel Orreator watch to him. He! They arrested him

or penknife. All the articles are|Sealy said that fhe
hers except the brooch and [Solicitors had drafted the amend-
Prayer Book. The last two belong}/â„¢Ments and that they had been
to her daughter. accepted by the Society's Council. of T
to pe
wher
Brea

Collision | ,,









Millicent Pile of Black Rock, }
said she was a domestic servant
employed by Mr. Leonard Knight.
Holder was employed as house

Society’s |. W. B. Chenery, Judges of the |
Assistant
terday

nted a stem for the watch. Wate ir
r : : atch Repairer
Pounder said Sy rere a Beresford Alleyne, a watch and
once that the watt was Nis PY) clock repairer, said that on April
certain features 11, one FitzGerald Batson brought

servant and washer

Holder had a ring which she}
wore all the time She asked
Holder how she got the ring and

she replied that it was a novelty

On April 18 he went to the}, watch to him for repairs, It] S! 1OV
ring she bought for two shillings

Central Police Station and Cpl.| Wag an Orreator

‘urse showed him a Kelton wrist] We took it to Pounder to get a

watched. He identified it as his} gem, and Pounder kept the
watch. Pounder later sent for a

Police Constable and handed over
the watch

Jerome Daniel of Dean's
) Village said that he had known
Edwards for about five years.

One day while Holder was
wiping her hands in her apron
the ring hooked to the apron and
she threatened to throw it away.
She asked Holder for the ring and
she gave it to her.

Later she handed over the ring
to Mrs. Knight.





In Carlisle Bay





SS











Yacht Tern Ill, Sch. Lady Noeleen, He, was Edwards’ laundryman
Yacht Leander, Sch, Emmanuel Gor- | q
1 scr Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Philip | One day when Edwards came After the evidence of the Police,
i paxidson, Sch. | Manuata:, Sen.| for his clothes he had a watch) Acting City Police Magistrate Mr.
Mae Sen Laudaipha, Seb. Henry | Of him. Edwards gave him the} B, Griffith read a statement made
D, Wallace, Soh. Mares WD enane watch. before him in the Police Court.
Lindaya Tae BOs Me ahare mele Wi About five days later he call-] This closed the case for the Prose-
i 4: te “< Ur a Pte ath, af wus-| ed FitzGerald Batson and gave eution.
B. Compton, Sch, Z Ma | it to him to be repaired ¢
ARRIVALS } Next witness, Herbert Mascoll Addressing the Jury on her
»a Pola 945 tons Parris Gap, St. Michael, said} behalf Holder told them that if
iLanse T ad. M.V that he wags a scavenger Edwards | she had stolen the ring from
ee ete eae PETE tate het as also a scavenger Mrs. Knight she would not have



been wearing the ring in the same

| On April 12, he put his cart ;
pr? oes car lhouse she stole it from. She also

DEPARTURES Jat the Scavenging Department and



Jaerwood, 94 tons net, Capt. De- | \ Td y ‘ . not have|
ee nae - went out Amen's Alley. He saw|Said_ that she would = aa
wd Church, 4,993 tons net, Capt |Pawards with the watch and|given the ring to- Mrs. nig a :
r St. Lucia losked about it. Ed je hat) cook. Holder claimed that the
3S. Sein, 4,875 tons net, Capt. Robi- | ed about | dwards said that | ae Book was given to her by
Trinidad )

| he had won it in a raffle Miss Knight, while 2 friend named

Edwards then showed him Phelpert Knight of St. Lucy gave
another watch and said it was) per the ring.

ion, for

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CABLE ‘and Wireless (West Indies) for sale. He promised Edwards i
limited advise thet they can now com- two watch hands, The Chief Justice summed up
W i goat ee sot | On the following day he saw] and the Jury after over two hours’
Behn: 9.8. ‘emo; 8.8 {Edwards at Church Village with| deliberation, returned their ver-
Gladstone; Mormac’ Land; | about four or five watches in his} dict.



amuel C, 1 nd; S.S Sun | hand. He took one of the watches}
S.S. Gasec s.s Rowallan

. 5 1 Ss and Harper, another employee at
SB. Detoely ae ced San arene: |the Department, looked at it. It
Canadian Challenger; S.S. Hyeres; $.8.|had no stem,

Garden, State; SeB. S. Rosai, &5:| Rupert Harper, a lorry driver
pinia, SS. Tachira. §.S. Casablanca; |4t the Scavening Department,
© S. Pan Virginia; §.S. Chrysanthy;|Said that during the month of
SS. Yvonne; S.S. Emancipator 8.8.|April he drove his lorry to the
Tie donee eee da bs eS dust bin in Church Village. He
Lean SS. Fort Meigs: §.8. Caxton;, S4W Edwards walk from the Pub-
M.V. Willemstad; §.8. Esso Fawley;| lic Bath to the dust bin, He then



The Weather



TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.44 a.m:
Sun Sets: 6.25 pm
Moon (New) July 15
Lighting: 7.00 p.m.



S. Van Ostade. showed two men some watches— High Water: 10.40 a.m.,
SEAWELL about four 10.43 p.m.
ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L Three of the watches were no
F ST XITTS J laces good but the fourth was a gold YESTERDAY
€ Ww Sraithwaite, is: c ath- , shic m y
1 eee Sa paait-| watch which appeared to have]| Rajnfali (Codrington) .04 ins



ard, Brigadier) been tampered with.
Never

Shaw Gittens of Gills Road,
who is employed by Mr. C. C.
King, said that he had never given
Edwards watches and never sold
one.

The last witness called by the
Prosecution was Charles Welch
after which Edwards said nothing
on his behalf.

His Honour summed up and
the Jury returned their verdict.

Rev. Patrick Ff



Total for month to Yester-
day .09 ins.

Temperature (Max) 85.0 °F.

Temperature (Min) 75.0 °F.

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
(3 p.m.) E. by N

Wind Velocity 15 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.946
(3 p.m.) 29.900

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rd Hassell
r BRITISH GUIANA :-
lr, Leonard Crease, Mrs. May Crease,
Mr. Joseph Boyell, Mr, Julian Goodridge,
i Gladys Greaves, Mr Rouphail
Youssef, Miss Cecilene Baird, Mr. Mal-
n Laing, Mrs. Marjory Laing, Miss
ry Treadwell, Mr, James Hotchkiss,
s. Joyce Hotchkiss, Mr, Alva Johnson,
. Her, Mr. Stewart J. Allen,
: aly, Mr. William Johnson
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On Bay St. |»:

Petty Debt Court

_ The right front fender, the gu
right head light and the right front], do
tyre of the oil tanker M. 994 were] Mary

extensively damaged as the result} but had failed
of a collision with the motor omni-| had paid him £1. 9

bus M. 2460 above the Break] pjm
Water, Bay Street, yesterday at
1.45 p.m. The running board andj ---

panel of the right rear wheel of
the bus were slightly damaged

The tanker, the property of the
British Union Oil Company, was
being driven by Cyril Alleyne of
Martindale’s Road, while the "bus,
owned by the Progressive Bus Co
was being driven by John Sarjeant
of St. Bernard’s Village, St
Joseph,

At the time of the collision, both
vehicles were travelling in oppo-
site directions with the ‘bus on its
way to the City

18 Months
In Prison

DAVID CHEESEMAN and Win-
ston Bradshaw were each sen-
tenced to 18 months’ imprison-
ment at the Court of Grand
Sessions yesterday Cheeseman
pleaded guilty of house-breaking
and lareeny while Bradshaw,
pleaded guilty of larceny





14 Days For
Stealing Oilmeal

TWENT Y-FIVE-year-old Lionel
Bowen of Jackson, St, Michael
was found guilty of stealing a
quantity of oil meal valued at] (=
7/9 yesterday. His Worship Mr.
Cc. L. Walwyn ‘before whom the
case was heard sentenced him to
14 days’ imprisonment. The oil-
meal is the property of Hanschell,
Larsen & Co., Ltd.

H.P.C. 37 Wilkinson said on
July 6 about 9.05 p.m. he saw
Bowen going down Bay Street
with a paper bag filled with some-
thing. He followed him and when
he had reached about four feet
from him he. asked him to open
the bag. Bowen refused to do so
and when he himself had opened |
it, he saw that the bag was full
of oilmeal,

Bowen on seeing this ran, The
next day —July 7,—he saw him
on the wharf dnd arrested him. |

Asked by His Worship how he

eel



got the oilmeal, Bowen said that!
someone had given him it and he}
|did not know that the person had |
got it unlawfully |

Seibert Waldron—keeper of the |
criminal records—said he knows
Bowen who has one previous con-
viction for stealing and that was |
committed on November 11, 1946. |
when he wag put on a bond for}
one year by His Worship Mr. E. A
McLeod for stealing sugar. |

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LONDON, July 6.

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Loans 3% 925%, Consols 4 108%
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Funding 4 106%, Victory 4 108%, |
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Mails for Martinique,

Antigua, St

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the $.S. Fort Townshend will be closed |
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PARCEL MAIL at 12 noon on the 1th |

July 1950

REGISTERED MAIL gt.3 p.m. on the}
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Mails for Trinidad by the Sch, Burma
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ordered Julian Burrowes] Arch” at Speightstown on the day | year became President of the Royal Societ

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homas Gap, Westbury Road, | following the departure of the
1y £2 damages and 14/6 cosis | “Lord Gladstone”, kept waterfront
1 he was found guilty of aj| Workers on the go for the whole
ch of contract week
This is not usual with shipping

giving the order Their Speightstown Seldom ships
urs, confirmed a decision of | call at this port to load sugar. The
H. A. Vaughan, Judge of the} year round, only two of the four
wharves along the coast of St
Peter are occasionally busy
rrowes had agreed to build | Speightstown schooners unload at
or and some windows for ]|these two wharves

Cummins of Thomas Gap, Both the “Temple Arch” and the
to do so after she |“Alcoa Polaris” are expected to
s. 2d., and given jcomplete their loading about the
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JAPANESE RAYON VOILES—36” wide $ 54 yard

» PIQUE RAYONS—36” wide... 104, |
RAYON FUGI—36" wide Peis m2
, CREPE BACK SATIN—36” wide 1.20 h
PURE SILK PONGER—36” wide 2.00
RAYON SHIOZE—30" wide. . 60, |
FLAT CREPE 86" wide...........00..00:005 96 y |
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li is now over Ten Years ago since WE Imported Japanese Goods, and in (hat
period the Cost of Everything has Advanced—Especially Taxation.

ée=J<~#“«“=[F—FENEREeER lO OO OOOO OOO

IN 1938-——-INCOME TAX d ow 124% of Profits
IN 1988—TRADE TAX e *e os 14% do. |

PAROCHIAL TAX, POLICE, FIRE BRIGADE

& HIGHWAY do.
IN 1950—INCOME TAX 274% do. ,
IN 1950—TRADE TAX ; 12 % do.

PAROCHIAL TAX, POLICE, FIRE BRIGADE
& HIGHWAY amounts ‘ ‘a

24% do,

The Government now takes 32% of the Protits of every Business

in Bridgetown





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PAGE FOUR






Pabiianed by Thu Advocate Co. i.ta., #4, “road St, Bridsetows

July 8 1950





Saturday,



CONTROLS

THE final answer to continued protests
and months of debate over the efficacy and
retention of controls is the appointment
of Mr. F. A. Bishop of the Colonial Secre-
tary’s Office to the vacant post of Controller
of Supplies.

In Barbados where ideas arrive mainly
from Socialist Britain, the main effort is to
gain complete control of as much as possible
regardless of what is practicable or pos-
sible. It is necessary, therefore, to exam-
ine the efficacy of controls in order to be
assured whether they have not in fact ac-
centuated rise in prices because of the
prevention of healthy competition when
they were intended to ensure an even
distribution and to prevent inflation. They
were used during the war, just as was the
new Ministry of Food to deal with con-
ditions of emergency but to argue that
they should be retained permanently is to
pay too little attention to the protests of
the poor who write to the Press and the
practical knowledge of businessmen who
keep alive the trade and commerce of the
island and whose counsels are so often
overruled by theoreticians.

Controls have not prevented a steady
rise in the price of all commodities. Be-
cause of restrictions on trade Controls
very often are responsible for giving effect
to an official rise in the cost of living. The
office of Controller of Supplies is one that
the general public would have been happy
to see remain vacant. The general outcry
is against rising prices, shortages and con-
trols; and the public believes in the absence
of convincing Government answers that
controls bring about shortages and rising
prices.

When goods are’ in short supply there
must be adequate means of ensuring even
distribution of such merchandise as is
available. But are we not to-day in a
period where we are faced with gluts in-
stead of shortages? And are controls not
being used to prevent goods being bought
in the cheapest and best markets? The
public believes they are.

The question to be decided now is not
whether controls have been efficient but
what is the justification and what are the
reasons advanced to the Colonial Office in
support of the permanence of this depart-
ment. Letters to the Press and public ut-
terances by responsible people in the com-
munity prove that controls in Barbados
five years after the war has ended is not
only irksome and objectionable, but are
believed to be responsible for much of the
dislocation of business.

In times of war people must be prepared
to submit to controls on the general prin-
ciple that it is necessary to forego the
lesser rights and freedoms in order to
maintain the greater; but to impose in
times of peace controls and to indicate
permanence of these controls is the anti-
thesis of democratic freedom and a sure
means of killing all initiative and dam-
ming the channels of private enterprise.

There might be good reason for the re-
tention of controls up to 1950 despite the
protests of the businessmen and the gen-
eral public. There might be equally sound
reasons for appointing a Barbadian who
has served faithfully. But there is no
obvious reason why there should be a
permanent office of controls. The public
look forward to hear that this office will

soon be abolished.

It would have been equally unnecessary and
undemocratic to have retained in peacetime the
system of censorship which provided during the
war against the leakage of information to the
enemy. The protests which will arise will be
more pointed than those against controls and it
is the duty of the Government to take notice of
the feelings of the public in respect of this con-
tinued maintenance of an office which was cre-
ated to deal with emergency, but which is now
being used to ensure that the United Kingdom
is not going to lose by freedom of trade channels
in the British Caribbean.

Ce eee

LONDON

The blow fell on Sunday. Buy
it would be false to describe
this week of crisis as similar to
Hitler or Mussolini's Sunday but
marches through Europe in pre.
war days. Our nerves have hard-
ened. Or has the moral fibre
stiffened? Many asked them-
selves and one another if this
was the prelude to war. In the
first fortyeight hours of the
Communist invasion of South
Korea there was sickening fear
that nothing could be done, no
gesture made, to help the de-
fenders. Then came news of the the
President's decision from Wash. stage
ington, Rumours sped in front
of the news. London was clear-
ly prepared to accept the con-
sequences of throwing down the
challenge to the forces of world
communism, What a contrast to
a pre-war crisis. There were no
agitated, nerveless, res tless
crowds looking up involuntarily
at the sky. I went down White.
hall and walked past No, 10
Downing Street on the way to
the House of Commons. There the
were no listless crowds waiting
for the “man with the umbrella.”
The crisis moment was received
very differently. It is cheering
to be able to report honestly that the

Britain is

still

the free world

to give. He
vance

man

agitated

Hitler,
Winston
peroration—a
tion of the
mind, and a
European
Minister
make his
pressive

How

rose,
with

historic
read his
Churchill
subdued



panoarE THE WEST INDIES-2

HY

In the nineteen-twenties and
thirties Jamaica developed the
banaria industry to such an extent
that it represented more than half
the value of her exports. Then the
fatality which seems to pursue
West Indian economics appeared
in the shape of two diseases which
attacked the banana plantations—
the Panama Disease and Léaf
Spot.

The distress which resulted
from all these factors culminated
in the West Indian riots of 1937
und 1938. In the latter year a
Royal Commission under the
chairmanship of Lord Moyne
visited the West Indian Colonies
and reported in 19406 fhat there
was “a pressing need for larger
expenditure on social services anid
development which not even the
least poor of the West Indian
Colonies can hope to undertake
from their own resources.”

A special organisation was set
up under a Comptrouer of Devel—
opment and Welfare and a large

sum was made available for
development, welfare and re-
search. The Comptroller, who

made his headquarters in Barba-—-
dos, had on his staff advisers on
health, agriculture, education,
social welfare and so on.

The first years were bound to
be exploratory and preparatory,
but by the end of 1944 grants
totalling £7,500,000 had been
approved,

The new act of 1945 increased
the funds available for the colo-
nies to £120 million for tem years.
The separate colonies were then
informed of the amount of as-
sistance which they would prob-
ably receive and were asked to
work out ten-year plans based on
tnese allocations.

The Coloniial Development Cor-
poration was set up in 1948 with
a capital of £100,000,000 available
for development in the colonies.
The West Indian branch of this
Corporation, under the chairman-
ship of Lord Trefgarne, has been
established in Jamaica. The
Corporation’s aim is that -of
improving the standard of living

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HUGH PAGET. M. A.

to be directed towards increasing bly that given in the White Paper:
production in the basic industry, ‘Possibly the most important reas-
agriculture, and a better use of on of all for the view that closer
resources generally. It will also association is necessary lies in the
be necessary to diversify the eco- fact that it is clearly impossible
nomy of the area by developing in the modern world for the pres-
industries and so on so that it ent separate communities, small
is not so much at the mercy (as gndq isolated as some of them are,
in the past) of fluctuating world ty achieve and maintain full self-

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oe for commodities and of government on their own.’
urricanes, diseases and other The Conference, “recognizing
disasters.

the desirability of a political red-
eration of the British Caribbean

ci : territories,” accepted the principle
West’ indies is" still sugar. The °%, @, federation “in which each
immediate future is safeguarded COMSttuent unit retains complete
by bulk purchase contracts with COMtrol over all matters except
the Ministry of Food but the fu- these specifically consigned to a
ture depends upon a number of federal government. The belief
uncertain external factors. The “@ also expressed “that an in-
West Indies are now pressing for ‘TC#S!ng measure of responsibility
a ten-year agreement. should be extended to the several
Both internally and externally “ts.
oe Become clear that there The most important result of
ue be Se ae of policy and the holding of the conference was
uniformity of action. Mereaver i ihe setting up of tne British Carib-
cent years, not only in the Col- bean Standing Closer Association
onial Office but in the West In- Committee which hag just pub-~-
dies, that the: , can lished its report
only be achieved by the federa- Public opinion in the West In-
tion of the West Indian Colonies, Hes on federation has clearly ad-
This brings us to the most im- Vanced greatly since 1922. In the
portant question of all in the Report it is stated that “we star
West Indies to-day. from the assumption that the main
Federation has been under con- underlying purpose of our task
sideration for a great many years. is to seek the shortest path to-
The Colonies are so insular and “ ards a real political independence
local feeling is so strong that it for the British people in the region,
is not altogether surprising that within the framework of the
the initiative for closer associa - British Commonwealth—what is
tion has come from the Colonial n-eant in fact by Dominion status
Office. We assume further that we have
5 al ; been charged with this task be-
A Commission under the chair- (wise there is general agreement
manship of the present Lord that this objective cannot be at-
Halifax reported against federa- tained without some form of
tion in 1922 because West Indian federal association between the
opinion wee found to be — territories concerned.” The form
unanimously against Re 1932 of federal government proposed
Closer Union Conference - iz based upon the Australian pat-
was also abortive. In the Report radcenmended:. Khat

Next must be considered the
external measures to be taken.

SS



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of the Moyne Commission —
1938-39, however, the opinion
was expressed that “a combina-
tion into one political entity of

of tern. Ht is

mentally
face the crisis of our time, This
war in Korea, whatever the out-
come, (as I write news is better,
confused,) is
as a test of the determination of

In the House of Commons, that
afternoon of the
cision, report had spread around
that the Prime Minister had news
announced in ad-
that he would
the debate—it was on the Schu.
Plan—and few
got to make the comparison with
manoeuvring
managing
Mr, Chamberlain’s announcement
of an invitation to Germany from
different,
Churchill
brilliant

Socialist

plea to
Union
small figure
speaking, an eloquent way with
moment
words.
answered, perfectly, in
tones, appropriately re-
calling the absolute unity in which
political parties

all the British possessions is the
of the colonial peoples by increas—§ —————————
ing their productivity and wealth,
This aim is closely linked with the
ebjective of reducing the dollar
deficit. “The average West Indian,”
says the Report, “spends sgme 40
per cent of his income on imported
goods, the bulk of which come
from the dollar area, Clearly qne
method of reducing these deficits
riight be to increase the produc-
tion of food in the area as: a
whole and, if possible, also the
production of the simpler manu-
factured commodities. If this- is
achieved by developing new re-
search, using labour which is at
present unemployed, and .capital
equipment which is at present
inadequate, real increase in pro-
ductivity will result.”

THE GAMBOLS

One fact emerges very clearly
from the past and present history
of the West Indian economy and
that is that it cannot be congidered
in isolation. The prosperity of
the West Indies has always dp-
rended upon factors outside tne
Caribbean area and outsi —_——— =
West Indian control. Even in their ideal to which policy should be
most prosperous years the West directed.”

Indian Colonies were entirely The difficulties, as Mr, Creech
dependent upon Great Britain for Jones has pointed out, “are very
that prosperity and as soon as real. The various stages of peo-
British policy changed to free ples in some of the territories,
trade the whole economic struc- the difference with respect to re-
true of the West Indian collapsed. sources, the problem of transport,

TH AN WITH ALL THE
1s THE M v
ECRET STABLE INFORMATION ?



The basic fact is that the British the fact that the British West
West Indian Colonies pro- Indies are not comprehensive of
duce a very small fraction of the whole of the West Indies,”

a oe ae Sates ~ o A major obstacle, in some peo-
industry for half their agricul- ple's view, lies in tne fact that the
tural wealth. “The Colonies are ©°DStitutional development of the
thus faced with a basic dilemma 4ifferent colonies is in such differ-
the way out from which, it now emt stages, Despite the obvious
seems clear, lies in the field of cifficulties and any lack of agree-
international economic relations.” ment upon federation, events have
As the Report on the Colonial compelled the West Indian Colon-
Territories for 1948-9 points out, ies to work in closer and closer
“any programme for Colonial De- essociation in recent years. The
velopment to be successfully car- existence of the Development and
ried out needs to be considered Welfare Organization is one evi-
in close relationship with the eco- dence of this. Others are the
nomic programme of the United creation of the Caribbean Com-
Kingdom and with the European riission on a West Indian regional
Recovery Programme, “This does fasis, with conferences every other
not mean that British Colonial year, and the setting up of the
economic policy is being subor- Caribbean Research Council
dinated to that of the United

Kingdom of Europe. The primary Finally, in 1945, Colonel Oliver
criterion must continue to be the Stanley, then Secretary of State
interests of the colonial territories. for the Colonies, sent a despatch to
On the one hand the colonies the West Indian legislatures which
themselves depend for their eco- resulted in the holding of the
nomic development on the ability Conference on the Closer Assoc-
of the United Kingdom to jation of the British West Indian
provide the basic means of de- Colonies which met at Montego
velopment—finance, capital con- Bay in Jamaica in 1947 The
sumer goods and skilled person- Report of its proceedings reflects
nel, On the other hand, the col- the wide variety of views held
onies provide substantial quan- oy this subject by West Indians.
tities of basic raw materials and Jamaica appeared unwilling at
foods needed by the United king- frst to assume the burden of the
dom.”



smaller and less prosperous col-

It is clear then, I think, that onies. Doubts were expressed as
there must be internal and ex- to whether the time was ripe. The
ternal measures for placing the central problem appeared to be the
economy of the West Indies upon svreat differences in constitutional
a firm foundation. development. Which should come

Internal measures would have first? The right answer is proba-





Hy DAVID TEMP

selves when confronted with the
greater events. The interlude
ended. Mr. Attlee rose again and
rushed headlong into an answer
to Churehill’s criticisms of his
party’s attitude to Europe.
M.P.'s, hearing only the bare
statement read by the Prime port of
Minister, reflected the joy of the the Far
whole country that something of course,
was being done, This was no time
for studying fine details. The im-
plications could wait, What
mattered was that the Soviet
Union hgd been challenged te
turn the local war between North
and South Korea into a major
war between East and West
You may read this from ths
skeptical distance of many thous-
ands of miles from London, You
may say that why Britain could
stand calmly through this cris
was that responsibility for de-
fying world Communism is in tion worth record
Washington not in London. And is not confined
there is truth in that. But re- Chiang Kai
member that the United States disliked here Man
cannot act without her Allies. if President’ Trur
The moral strength of the “West”
You have hangs on the determination of
Winston all yeneral Macarthur may be
the Supreme Commander in Japan
But it was qa noble cheer that
went up in the House of Com-
mons when the Government an.



prepared to nounced

thought, that Brit

; American forces.
serving

There are

America’s

President's de- East

interrupt
sheet, a
of us for-
aggressors” in
hectic tirades
but a few

and
that heralded
newspaper,
to-day,
finished his
denuncia-
insular
advance

The Prime
He manages to
more im
manner of

financial collapse
publication).
But there is one

fine

sion of his
developed into
States support for
Chinese
with any
East are

knowled

find them- well

a trifle difidently,
in the Far East was on a par with

And The Implications
few
reservations about

The
are standing or
heads to make absurd gestures at
the orders of other masters
have issued, in their trivial daily
eall to the
refuse sending arms to “American
Korea, But
influence
fanatical Communists.
(UIncidentally the
“Daily Worker,” is
rumoured to be on the verge of Of @

Shek is

tion, preventing Communist inva.
Formosan str

Generalissimo

aware

there should be a House of Assem-
bly of fifty elected members, 8
Senate of twenty-three nominated
members, a Council of State, eight
members of which would, under a
Prime Minister, constitute a Cabi-
net, and a Governor-General, The
Dominion should be called The
Rritish Caribbean Federation and
its headquarters should be Trini-
dad

What of the future?

The success of the Federation,
if it comes into being (as I believe,
personally, that it will), seems to
me to depend upon the develop-
ment of a West Indian conscious-
ness, Education and cultyre would
clearly have an essential function
as unifying forces. The University
College of the West Indies is
already playing its part amongst
the potential leaders, but the only
secure basis of a real democracy
in the West Indies is an educated
people and here the function of
community education is a_ vital
one.

In its external relations the new
Dominion will no doubt appreciate
that national independence today
is largely illusory and that we are
all to some extent or another in-
terdependent. No one can deny
the vital strategic importance to
the United States of the Caribbean
Sea, This fact has been recognisect
by the lease of West Indian bases.
Strategically and economically the
relationship is bound to be close
but one fact emerges very clearly
from these discussions upon fed-
eration in the West Indies and that
is that there could never be any
political dependence whatsoever
upon the United States, With her
sister dominion Canada, an amal-
gamation is equally unlikely but
there is every reason to believe
that there would be an extension
of the trade agreement and an in-
tensification of friendly relations.

It is recognised that there would
inevitably be some measure of
economic dependence upon Great
Britain at the outset and that it
is expected that she would help to
put the Dominion on her feet
economically,

It is a significant fact that a
desire to remain in the Common-
wealth was @xpressed by people
of a wide range of political views
in these conferences with remark-
able vehemence and unanimity.

As Sir Harold Butler pointed out
in the Summer School last year,
the British Commonwealth is
unique in that it makes provision
within its framework for the
satisfaction of legitimate national
aspirations.

I will conclude, if I may, with
a statement made by Mr. Creech
Jones at the opening of the Mon-
tego Bay Conference of which he
was chairman: “It is our task as
a British Government to create,
so far as we can, the conditions
which are essential for good
nationhood in all the territories
under our control.”

Herein, I believe, in the judg-
ment of history, will be seen to
lie the true greatness of the British
Commonwealth.



BRITAIN IS PREPARED

KE ROKERTS

I Formosan islande

ish naval force the bold America

unfortunate
done at

that
doubts

Britain's
new

and
sup-
policy in
Communists, put

! virtually
their

only solution is
States to
Japanese territory
the island's
the Peace Treaty
Captions To
“Another war
I thought Errol Fl
end to all that”
ing by Giles.
harrassed
official: “Lady
sends her love”,
tary at the



They
workers to

these
nobody

Communist

into weekly
other reserva-
ing because it
to extremists. Will, move
virulently by Osbert Lancast
y would regret And another
man’s declara- drawing of a su
Miss Gussie Mo
here’s me with
embroidered short
don not even on t



open

the discre





ge of the Fs
that the



















endure Chiang’s military rule If

signed to cut the knots of con-
flict in the Far East it is at least

the expense of a
island people who would be sad-
dled with alien rule, by accident,
without end
re-claim

administration

in the Far East.

— under draw-
Under

telephone,
please do you think the Russians
before

Giles,

Sayings Of The Week in
“Lord Kitchener” Calypso Singer:
“T hope you West Indians are

“DRESS”

By James Laver

(Published by John Murray 8s. 6d.)
(Reviewed by Joan Erskine) |
LONDON, |
Fashion is most unreasonable. In
latest book, “Dress” Mr, James Laver makes
this point abundantly clear. His purpose is
to point out how and why fashions in men’s
and women’s clothes have changed during
the past two hundred years. “So deeply is
the notion of Fashion embedded in our pre-
sent-day ideas about clothes, that many peo-

ple are led to the premature conclusion that
they are the same thing.”

A few centuries ago Fashion, as we know
it to-day, had scarcely any influence upon
clothes. In those days, there were no sewing
machines or other labour-saving devices,
which was one reason why the change in
clothes was so restricted. So Mr. Laver
refers principally in his book to the styles
of the last two hundred years only.

Apart from the fact that humans like
change. and that women in particular like
to look different, three underlying principles
operate to change the shapes of clothes, ac-
cording to James Laver. They are: the


















Attraction Principle, the Hierarchical Prin-
ciple (which was very marked in the
eighteenth century when there was no pos-
sibility of mistaking the attorney’s clerk for





the fine gentleman), and the Utility Principle

(not to be confused with tax-free garments, |$

but meaning practicality and function).
“In a hundred and fifty years woman's
clothes in Western Europe have almost ex-
hausted the possible gamut of change, anc
she herself has changed her shape to a degree
which, if encountered in any other creature,

would lead us to suppose a whole series of
different species. ‘‘ ‘Fickle woman’—or is it

our attitude to woman which is constantly
changing, and changing her?” asks James
Laver.

this eminent authority of costume, are func-
tional in that their purpose is to attract men.
He adds “We men find it hard to believe this

. Whatever the length of their skirts, they
find reasons for their practicality. All such
reasons are excuses, post-rationalizations, as
the psychologists call them.”

Many women will certainly disagree
sharply with this view, but consider what
has happened during the last fifty years.
Skirts have swept the ground, and cleared
the knees. Women have had wasp waists—
and no waists at all. “We have seen them
amplifying the natural charms of the bust;
and we have seen them abolishing the bosom
altogether. We have seen them with haii
piled upon the top of the head, and we have
seen them bobbed, shingled and Eton-cropp-
ed. Hips exaggerated, hips ignored; ankles
tittered at, calves shamelessly exposed; high
necked bodices and backs bare to the waist;
hats like cart-wheels, hats like pudding
basins; complexions carefully preserved from
the English summer; skins as carefully dark-
ened in the Mediterranean sun.”

Mr. Laver punctuates his remarks cruelly
with well-chosen illustrations. One can
hardly repress a shudder when faced
with a coy flapper of the ’twenties, or a trous-
er-clad sophisticate of the thirties. Judging
by bathing beauties of the last fifty years,
too, women would appear to have changed

unattractive costume, vintage 1928.

Why did the first women to play golf wear
stiff white masculine collars? It did not help
their game, but presumably they felt more
“manly” in them.

There are two fascinating chapters on
children’s clothes, pointing out the advant-
ages as far as comfort was concerned, ir
being the child of poorer parents. In th«
seventeenth century (illustrated by Prince
James Stuart and his sister) we see the un
fortunate little girl dressed elaborately ir
a long dress with a train, a corset and ;
fontange.

Men are not ignored in the book, althougt
for obvious reasons the concentration is or
women. Apparently the only way to intro.
duce comfortable clothes for them, is to do i
by bringing in sports clothes. These, in the
course of time, become adopted as daily
wear. But try and force either men o1
women to wear comfortable clothes for or-
dinary purposes, and they will immediately
go to the other extreme, for, says James
Laver, “in spite of Socialism, there is n
prestige even to-day in hard physical toi!
and we nearly all wear clothes which ar«
intended to show that we do not do it.”

ScUnEEEEEEeeeeeeeee



rs can scarcely pleased
To see the performance of the
West Indies.”

Moscow Spokesman: “Th<
t t events in Korea were provoke:
it shouid be by the attack of South Korean
small troops,”

Mr Robert Boothby, Conserva-
tive M.P. recalling a speech he
made in 1928, “I think I antici-
pated the Schuman Plan by
twenty-two years,”

Crisis in the Strand

Let’s go down the Strand i!
we can, On reaching Aldwych,
nearly, we will be halted by onc
ynn had put an of the most aggressive traffic
or eee ever been the pleasure
of modern man to create. Why’
Foreign Office Because road alterations are be-

Littlehampton ing made to allow traffic to reach
Says the secre- the “Festival of Britain” morc |

“and easily next year Wait until next |
year. “Charlie Suet has a Plan” |
according to Beachcomber, “for
the frozen maelstrom of traffic at
the junction of Wellington Street
and the Strand: a series of rounc
islands, each with a gap in
Cneoming traffic will go roun
alternate islands, on going
traffic would go through the |

n stroke is de-

The
for the United
Formoso as
and take over
until
with Japan.

Cartoons

a drawing



Goodwood” —
e

under a
lky version ot
ran: ‘Brother,
my nice new
s and Wimble-
he front page.’

gaps |

every fourth island, starting
from the left, outside the Gaiety
Theatre # 2

Apparently women’s clothes, according to |}
y

their shapes as well as their outer coverings | |
It was amusing to see Myrna Loy in an}) ee ~

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1950

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PRINCESS ALICE PLAYIN
PICTURES WERE TAKEN

Ask For
More Funds



UNTIL Government y
or “no to req n
funds from the St Pla
ing Fields Comniitte k for



condilioning and making it ready
for full use cannot be carried out














A member the Princess Alice
-*laying Field Committee told the
Advocate yesterday

Already a suin in the vicinity
of $16,000 has been spent in level-
ling the erec the
pavilion an i ler WC con-
nected h the making of a
Playing Field

There are plans however
for enclosing Playing Field,
probably with mesh wire or barb-
ed wire. A fence that may be
of sweet | be grown

around t



The



spot chosen

pitch will receiy
ment and i = r é
down. Football wi',also be play-
ed on the ground in season

Three tennis court will be
made outside the cricket and foot-
ball ground proper ani the com-
mittee hopes to erect the neces-
sary windbreaks

Our informant said that the

electric poles which cross the field
and would seem to interfere with

games being played there, will
not in fact do so These poles
have been put up outside the

boundary of the cricket and foot-

ball pitch and will form one of
the boundaries of the three tennis
courts

The Committee too is particu-

larly anxious to have the break-



water repaired It has been
broken in two places and the sea
is gradually encroaching. When

funds are forthcoming from Gov-

ernment they will repair these
breaks

The St. Michael's Playing Field
Cominittee are also responsible
for six more sites in St. Michael
Which have been approved by the
Vestry as suitable for playing
fields These are situated at



Grazettes (ten acres), Bay Land
(four acres), Welches (four acres)
Pine Ho g Area (ten acres),
Friendship (five acres), Cholera
Ground (three to four acres),





The acreage of these playing
tields-to-be, only approximate
and the site chosen at the Cholera
Ground will be used as a Park
the ground there cannot be
turned into a playing tield.

1s

as

a!

THESE ELECTRICITY POLES AND WIRES run across the

——e



TWO BOYS, a roller and a bucket in the centre of the Playin:

surface.

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- open eee ene eapenmennere

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South of Kum River the s South Korean President Son
man said that ‘they moved nan Rhee tod I age x .
wards Chonan not because »y to all Governn I ederation
vere driven out but owing to tions
attalion commanders’ misinter- . NADA. July
pretation of an order. The with W
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a GaN : e oUt Carew
a fifth « n | No. 24 Rex vs_ Leslie er¢
. Redman ment. |
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SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1950





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT NOTICES
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‘SHIPPING NOTICES |

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, |
ee ; ete DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION rn
j 2. : MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA.) —, |
THANKS FOR RENT St. Mary’s Boys’ School — St. Michael LAND LINE LTD., (M.A'N Z LINE) |
SS. “CITY OF DIEPPE” ails
— = | Applications are invited for the Headship of St. Mary's Boys’ ~ ets tan nae June The M.V. “T. B. Radar”
} : ! = § ey une R, risbane . —
IN MEMORIAM | HOUSES School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experience. | %th arriving at Trinidad about J ily 2is will accept Cargo and Pas- |}
eae cae as hata : . Pineitbdi . S.S. “PORT WELLINGTO! sails sengers for St. Lucia, St
Bt Jovi. memeny of, cur’) Belovel| ATHLONE-ON-SRA—Pontabelie. -From| 1° Minimum: professional. qualificetion required is ‘the Certificate A} sniv/August. Brisbane early August Harem, Grenade. Bailing
Brother and Uncle EUGHENE FITZ-| Ist July 1950. Contains two (2) flats—|cf the Department or exemption therefrom. Melbourne mid July. N. Queenslan S. . ia
GERALD MAUGIIN. Who departed this} Smaller of which has three (3) Bed-! = . P i o Sydney mid August arriving Trinidad Sautrday, 8th July.
hae aa aes Fhe | rooms each with wash-basin, dining-| Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for | -bout 9tn September.
Time w ott the ec grief | room, drawing room, gallery and all} Head Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School. These vessels have ample space for te
But me urns back leaf, | modern conveniences j ‘ ; oa . chilled, hard frozen and general cargo
Thoughts drift on the by days The larger flat has four (4) bedrooms Candidates who have already submitted application forms in Cargo accepted on through bills of 2 Ww sc IER OWN.
, j rs . drooms | y PE tail im ept oe on ouadae: f B.W.l. SCHOONER OWN
2 *s on but meme wo »ssi * ai. y . ng w transhij a rinida r cs ab |
Will Riese be renee bered by | dir ing and “drawing ‘rooms etna respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, ac- British Guiana, Marbasos. Windeverd. ost ERS’ ASSO. (Inc.)
William Maughn, (Father) Gertrude|lery ete. Recently renovated. Servant | companied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should maKe | Leeward Islands. Tel. No, 4047
(Mother) Cyril A Mav Brot r}} room and garage. Phone 3389 or 3245 for | »plicati th ‘ f hic’ aad m sail f h -, 6th July, 1950
Cynthia & Barbara (Niec | uppointment to see the place | applica ion on e appropriate form which may be obtained from the FURNESS, ae & CO. LTD., n July, 5
1.7.50—4n | Department of Education. All applications must be in the hands of Agents, Trinidad.
, : . - DA COSTA & CO. LTD
---————— ; Rr, : .
In ever loving memory of : ; jthe Director of Education by Saturday, 22nd July, 1950. Agents, Barbados. rn
| FOR RENT FURNISHED : - - ———— — —-
beloved daughter and ster Lilian | “BAY VIEW" s a . } " ‘a —_— soecpeouiasapactaninsiueeneinie teem
Inez Harewood who fell asleep on the} . St. Lawrence Gap. 2 6th July, 1950.
t 3 1 1943 ’ . | bedrooms, electricity & water best sea :
ee et oer ' bathing Apply Mrs. R. Lynch |
There is a dear face missing | base : ’ bite
A dear voice that is tilled ; 7.50-—In Applications are invited from teachers and other suitably qualified
place is vacant in 10me | : = _—_—-_--_--————_——_——_ " 2
jak neces can bel Bikes | UILDING—at Cheapside Reef Road | persons for the following vacancies: — se
The flowers we placed upon your grave | en ene 50 feet by 20 feet suitable
Have withered and decayed ‘ ouse, Casino or can be con- . A i
Bahn pee ne purely aiid | verted into rooms. Water on premises MEN WOMEN OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM:
Serene | spply to F. Archer McKenzie, Victoria| St. Simon’s Mixed School Half Moon Fort Junior School
Sone ae ye cera ee ha anes | aan : 8.7.50—2n. | Boscobel Boys’ School Welches Mixed School Vessel From Leaves Due
2 , oe See ae ‘CARMEN”’—Situate in Wes vew ints’ , ; Rarbad
Harewood (Mother) Per (bre to BM estbury New| All Saints’ Boys’ School Boscobel Girls’ School 5 Any f. arbades
shy Penis apenas _ 1. Apply to Mrs. S.C. Chandler. | © . % : coe eer S.S. “ATLANTIAN London ist July 14th July
Edith Cc ‘ Saakaticds . 1 tehite eacons Road Black Rock St. Elizabeth’s Boys’ School St. Giles’ Girls’ School S.S. “COMEDIAN” Liverroo! 5th July 19th July
(Cousins) U.S.A i 8.7, 50—2n. | St Joseph’s Boys’ School S.S. “SPECIALIST” M, Broug ie "
‘ j - ot. s y — s ALIS gh &
8.7.50 in re
ESPERANZA—St. James Coast now| Holy i ys" Londo 8th July 27th Jul
iat am ; oly Trinity Boys’ School , . is eee Sth July ith duly
IN loving memory of our Be el Me eer nes rent. Fully furnished } " . S.S. “HISTORIAN Glasgow th July 22nd July
= he = T ; =e . ” enience relle: P, 2 ' : 2c “ ‘ . .
Daughter Sister, VELTINA SMITH] ing Phone 91S) ent ee nate 2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service |5.S. “RIVERCREST” London 15th July 29th July
who departed this life on 9th July 1948. | 1.7.50—4n tne’ Parkbrid School Certificat .
Sad and sudden was the call { memrinpenies = is the Cambridge noo ertificate. ME z FOR THE UNITE Q : °
Of the dear one loved by alli | meter Brom “Septenier tet SB : fat we
7 f notre wb we mh ;« J 1 September Ist. 3 Bed- ETT . . j asor 5 : , . ‘
Of the Lost Ce we Lever ao wele | rurnist roe. and Electric Stove Fully 3. Applications must be submitted on the appropriate forms Vessel For Closes in Barbados
i 7 ee ae Furnished. Excellent Sea bathing, Apply 9 j ay i S.S. “TACTIC ” Jreenock 9
al Pach ee — oer us to Bruce Weatherhead Phone nad (B35 (b) for men and E. 86 (c) ro venen) oa , ne eet CER APTOMA” on cae di —
Wore sedleruaunn espuiaavisaivis ba | 2165. 6.7.50.—3n | from the Department of Education, but candidates who have already . —_* ena VUIY
Sad memories of two years’ ao. AGAR Private Ford Prefect. gvailable submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now Por further particulars apply to
E > be remembered by:—Mr. Jo-) August to November. Most reasonable | filled y ly by let anied b t testi nial
seph Smith (Father), Mrs. Viola Smith] terms, Responsibl. ty illed) may apply by letter, accompani y & recen PRIRODIE: mer
(Mother), Cleveland, Darnley and Mrs. | Evenings. ” «Pere sae i= DA COSTA & Co., LTD Agents.
Stella Headley (Brothers and Sister), : ; i











Clondyle (Nephew), Monica and Betty
(Nieces), Elsie and Claudine Smith
(Sisters-in-law) 8.7.50—1n
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FOR SALE
CARS 1949 Morris 6 cylinder, 3,000
miles Like new 1948 Wolseley 14,
10,000 miles. Like new. 1949 Morris

Oxford, 11,000 miles
Very good condition
Very good condition

1948 Singer Sports,

All these cars are reasonably priced.

FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.,
Telephone 4504.

2.7.50.—3n,

1947 Morris 10 H.P,
1947 Morris 8 H.P.
1939 Vauxhall 12.





CAR—Vauxhall 14 h.p. Saloon 1948
model—1,900 miles, in excellent condi-
tion—Courtesy Garage Dial 4616

8,.7.50—3n

CAR—Morris Sports Car, X—656, Good
Mechanical Condition, Licensed Owner
leaving Island. Apply John, Wise,
Thursisdon, Maxwell Coast, Phone 8461.

4.7.50.—5n

a —$—$—
CAR—One Morris (8) Car in good con-
dition, Price reasonable, apply to V. E.
Moore, cor. Passage & Baxters Roads.
5.7.50—6n.
CAR—Vauxhall. Velox 18 h.p. Per-
fect Condition two tone paint work
trunk specially fitted for the better
carrying of more luggage. Ring R. S.

Nicholls Office 3925 Home 8324
28.6.50—t.f.n.

NEW MORRIS 10 cwt. Station Wagon.
Can seat seven or seats can fold and
vehicle be used as van, FORT ROYAL
GARAGE LTD. PHONE 4504.

6.7.50--3n.









Singer Sports ROADSTER
lent condition mileage just
COLE & CO., Ltd.

in excel-
over 4
7.7. 50—6n.







ELECTRICAL

ELECTRIC VULCANISERS Stenor,
for a perfect vulcanise Job. Also patches
various sizes. Courtesy Garage Dial













4391 8.7.50—3n
LIVESTOCK

PUPPIES—Bull & terrier & mastiff
crossed: Apply Adam's Castle. Dial
8325 8.7.50—2n.
MISCEL) ANEOUS

BOYS SHIRT AND PYJAMAS —
Ready made and made to measure
ROYAL STORE 8.7.50—2n.



DISPLAY COUNTERS—Two (2) in
excellent condition. Courtesy Garage.
Dial 4610. 6.7,.50.—3n.
———

GALVANIZE Pipes 1%, and 2 inches
also Galvanize flexible conduit in sizes
linch and 1% inches. Enquire Auto
Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street. Phone
2696 8.7,50—t.f.n



KHAKI SHIRTS— Guaranteed quali-
ty $2.40. ROYAL STORE.
7.50—28n

——————$





LADIES SHOES--of Quality reduced
from $8.50 to $2.50. ROYAL STORE
8.7,50—2n
MEN’S AND LADIES SHORES OF
eistinction and quality at reduced
prices. ROYAL STORE
8.7.50—2n
NEEDLES for your record player . .

ell kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several!
thousand recordings.
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD.
24.5.50—t. fn

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Fran



Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
and get, but quick.
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD.

24.5.50—t.f.n

~ PURE ‘SHARK OIL—$7.50 Per gal
or 84 for 3 gills. At Westmoreland
lantation. St. James

8.7.50—n

ee

PENS & PENCILS — Parker “51" in
Silver & Gold Tops. Price Pens $16.00
& $18.00 each. Price Penciis $6.00 &
























SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AIR
SERVICE Now makes possible ideal

Uader one management















LADY—for the Office at Hotel Royal
Apply in writing and in person to the
Manager. 1.7.50—t.f.n.

——_—_

NOTICE

Offers in writing are invited by
COURTESY GARAGE for the purchase



Experienced Lady
Stenography

Assistant to do
and general office work



lication treated confidentially. P.O
of One (1) 1939 BEDFORD Chassis with| APP

1946 CHEVROLET Engine recently dam-| BOX 235. Siena
aged in m Semen This vehicle can

e seen a ie Premises of Courtesy

Garage, White Park Road, Offers re- MISCELLANEOUS



ceived up to 12 (noon) on Saturday, 8th





‘ Wanted to purchase One (1) Liquor
July, rch: Pp iq
se, an ae iy Ge | Licence. Apply SE. Cole & Co.
Tuesday, Mth July, 1950 | Ltd. 27 Roebuck St. Dial 4293.
* oO" -@,9.60—8a. 1.1,60.—t.£.n
Ser a Persons to listen to ‘Jeffreys Beer

NOTICE

Applications for a vacant Frizers An-
nuity will be received by the Clerk of
the Vestry up to 12 noon on Wednesday

Landy de Montbrun and his artistes, to
be broadcast over Radio Distribution
from 9.00 — 9.15 p.m. on 12th July

24.6,50—16 n.



July 12, 1950. WANTED TO BUY
Applicants must be widows of the OLD SINGER MACHINES, Out of
parish of St. Michael in straitened| use, bought here. Mrs. Vaughn, King’s

circumstances. Street or Fairchild & Probyn Sts.

8.7.50—2n

SALES

Forms of application can be obtained
at the Vestry Clerk’s Office,
By Order, E. C. REDMAN,



—_———$——

PUBLIC


































Clerk, St. Michael’s Vestry
Vestry Clerk's Office,
Parochial Buildings
Bridgetown 1.7.50—4n AUCTION
—
OFFICIAL NOTICE [UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER | = DUE to increase in the cost
PARBADOS. Bhs ena aeeron hee een aseeeaiee of materials for making aer-
*, public competition at my office agazine *
In the Assistant Court of Appeal | Lane, on Thursday next 13th July at] ated drinks, manufacturers
Lucien Lloyd Leacock, Plaintiff 2 pom. tie saweliiix | none ane are forced . td’, sell.,.aerated
Walwyn Everson Best, Defendant. “Mayaro” situate a orthing, m rinks at 2/3 rd f
IN pursuance of an Onder in this ene Aye eae Sane re eee cea arinks at 2/o per doz. as Irom
: , ) da oO » front, drawin nin ‘
Court in the above action made on the rooms, 2 bedrooms, Kitchenette, toilet Monday, July 10, 1950.

o0th day of June, 1950, I give notice to

& bath. It has a pine floor throughout,



all persons having any estate, right or
it terest in or any len or incumbrance | 274 the roof is shingled ame must
affecting all that certain piece or parcel be sold. For inspection apply D'Arcy

A, Scott, Magazine Lane



of land situate at Jackman’'s Village in
the parish of Saint Michael and island
foresaid containing by admeasurement
twenty-one perches or thereabouts of
which area one perch forms part of
the public road called Skeete Road
hereinafter mentioned abutting and
bounding towards the north on lands

8.7.50

REAL ESTATE

PROPERTY called Sheldon at Bay
Street next to Yacht Club, consisting of
5845 sq. ft. of land and a stone house





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ee

now or late of Alan Scott towards the | which has open verandahs, drawing and
west and south on lands now or late} qining rooms, 2 bedrooms, water toilet
of S. Walker and towards the east on



& bath, kitchen. Inspection any day from
# a.m. to 6 p.m. For other particulars
apply to D'Arcy A. Scott, Magazine
Lane, 5.7.50.—3n

the public road called Skeete Road or
however else the same may butt and
bound to bring before me am account
of their said claims with their witnesses,
documents and vouchers, to be exam-



BUNGALOW~—One newly build stone-

ined by me on any Tuesday, or Friday | wall bungalow, two miles from town. It
between the hours of 12 (noon) and 3] has front & back open verandah, spacious
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office | drawing & dining rooms, 3 bedrooms
of the Clerk of the Assistant Court of | water-toilet & bath, modern kitchenette,

Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
before the 27th day of September, 1950,
in order that such claims may be
ranked according to the nature and pri-
ority thereof respectively; otherwise
such persons will be precluded from
the benefit of the said Decree, and be
deprived of all claim on or against the

garage for several cars and stands on
8,000 sq. ft. of land. Price attractive.

Apply D’Arey A. Scott.
5.7.50.—2n,

PROPERTY—One small
Hill Rd., Bank Hall,

property at
consisting of #4
Acre of land and a house with shop.

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5. All applications must reach the Director of Education not
later than Saturday, 22nd July, 1950.

4. Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of] _
another school must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers as, : sa
and the Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer

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is Wise!

She has Gas for Cooking



Retail Price 7c.
J. A. MARTINEAU
CITY MINERAL
DELUX MINERAL
UNITED MINERAL
M. RAMDIN
MAPLE MINERAL
NIAGARA FACTORY





ORIENTAL

(SE HABLA ESPANOL)
CURIOS, IVORY, TEAK, SANDAL
JEWELLERY, BRASSWARE, TAP-

7.7.48.—2n










RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL WANTED PERSONAL sal" Art.
NO. B'dor
: om Jae E ALCOA MUMMER .. 2eth June Lath July
SUNNY CARIBBEE Ss ooo COA & R lath July 25th July
on-the-sea Sanuk I ALCOA ROAMER 26th July ith Aus
; Offers all that can be Sealant beats HELP THE public is hereby warned against i 4 < -
ful scenery, sea-bathing fishing, aeeeeis| — giving credit to anyone in my name NEW YORK S®SRVICE
lent culsines and bars. RATES $4 to| A GENERAL SERVANT Apply at] without a written order signed by me sails oe
$7 B.W.I. per i For further ie Hindu Store, 51 Swan Street as I shall not hold myself responsible a - ; N.Y. i. ae
and ‘Vaneiatiota.? oman 8.7.50—I1n.} for articles delivered on such orders. Ss “BYFJORD’ 30th June 12th uly
, ERROL G. ROOKS. | (Sed.) T. A. FITZPATRICK. THULIN ; 12th July 3ist July
Box 47, 7 GENERAL SERVANT for house work 4.7.50—2n. F 7 a
Saint Vincent & Cooking. Apply Mrs. Noel Goddard, ma _ ; - eres EE ERENED sam 2 a nringc eet
. Paynes Bay, St. James 8.7.50—2n ie public are hereby warned agains’ Pee ori tibiae
13.6.50—26n Bape eet ott ca ee | KiVing credit to any person or persons CANADIAN SERVICE
- —_ oe nn eee A qualified NURSE for St Joseph's | Whomsoever in my name 4s I do not k
net, FREBOOD aoe ONEALE ; Almshouse at a salary of 960.44 per hold myself responsible , for anyone SOUTHBOUND ‘iis ae ai
nes ani nts| month. Applications with Certificate to} Contracting any debt or debts in my ‘ .
that his Office will be closed from} pe forwarded to the Parochial Medical name unless by a written order signed |. ,,Name of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados
Saturday 8th July, re-opens Tuesday ist ‘ " b S.S. “ALCOA PILGRIM June 26th June 30th July 11th
y SE eet eT a DemOw en. 20k atag thany OY me S.S. “ALCOA PENNANT” July 7th July 10th * July 2ana
SUR 8.7.50—5n. | Monday, 17th July, 1950. Signet Se | Be. CALOOA Sonerae July 2ist July 24th Aug. Sth
Any Further Particulars can be ob- vy, St. ichae’ Se Boe ; 7
NOTICE tained from the P.M.O 8.7.50—2n s.s ALCOA POLARIS Aug. 4th Aug. 7th Aug. 17th
A. A. B. GUL, i rm arate m . nc, St
. 7 Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, he public are hereby warned agains =, IND
gisele tects sT eee, St. Joseph giving credit to any person or persons, mea Arrives
a rents ane ing specifications, are 8.7.50—Tn as I do not -hold myself responsible for marhedes
jack 19-tba bupoevel ot the tamiclawrea) anyone contracting debt or debts in my | gs, “ALCOA POLARIS" July 4th For Montreal
ait additions} N Sis e Leg “ ure CLERK with previous office experi-} "ame unless by a written order signed
Aldhoishe urse's quarters at the| ence — Salary $80.00 per month. Apply | PY me These vessels have limitedpassenger accommodation,
Applications will be received by the to The Secretary, Dowding Estates & Warne D W. ROCK, caacehiadanebiae
ater : rived by the) Trading Co., Ltd. with written appli- ie Corer,
undersigned up to Saturday 22nd July,| cation 1.7.50 Sen St. Lucy Apply: DA COSTA & CO, LTD,.—Canadian Servire.
rssh ee L enh anne 8.7.50—2n ROBERT THOM LTD,.—Wew York and Gulf Service.
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE





W.I. Seored 2nd Win

Over Lancashire

LANCASHIRE

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1950







aman ——

Budge Patty LOCAL CRICKET
Wins Men’s
Singles

AT WIMBLEDON



SEASON
OPENS TO-DAY

The local cricket season opens
to-day with four first, four inter-
mediate and six second division
games.

“MY FOOLISH HEART”
Kee; ’ Ye Let

saying, Yes



Mr. HAROLD HARDING'S

DANCE

AT THE CHILDREN'S GOODWILI






Wanderers vs
Bay

Pickwick at the





SECOND DIVISION
Combermere vs. Lodge at Com-




174 & i182




LEAGUE
oa The fixtures are as follow : bermere .
FIRST DIVISION College vs. ¥.M.P.C. at College a NIGHT ee
WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts dec.) — 397 WIMBLEDON, July 7 Pickwick vs. Combermere at _ Foundation vs. Pickwick at asetiiatas ‘ apes
3udge Patty, 26-year-old Kensington Foundation STO} 2

Music by Mr




Percy Green's
American who lives in Paris, today

a seal on a distinguished Wim-







LIVERPOOL, July 7.
Lancashire, who suffered their first defeat in history at th

Lodge vs. College at Lodge
Carlton vs. Police at Carlton

Ork
REFRESHMENTS and BAR

Leeward vs. Police at Fosters
Central vs. Carlton at Vaucluse





to \ Sa Os |
, : ledon Lawn Tennis career by Spartan vs. Wanderers at Regiment vs. Empire at Garrison Sa : i
hands of a West Indies touring team at Old Trafford last winning the coveted Men’s Singles Queen's Eneeesaen The first division teams are as
month, sustained a second and almost equally emphati In a great tactical battle lasting follows il
; 1 cael ; nearly two hours, he defeated Empire vs. Cable and Wireless e es
reverse here today by the tourists, Frank Sedgman, 22-yesr-old Aue. at Bank Hall Seartan': 2. Sesh Libis.
In both instances the margin ran! ee eaae oe — Y.M.P.C. vs. Mental Hospital at Atkins, N: Wood, L. F. Harris, C. GC.’ Pil- ;
Was by an innings. A further > pnan fevourste, 1, 8—l0, wate, wae grim, S. Chase, S. A. Headley, F. D given by } We carry the following brands
‘lari t : h 6—2, . . . -hilips, B. D. Morris, B. K. Bowen and ne
similarity wees Wt sceten eT Though he had not shown it _ Windward vs. Spartan at Wind- 2° 7" @)sqiin ‘ = = = ERARD BREWSTER | of CIGARETTES, Four Aces —
ar s ow ler, POC s id :.N hal (Capt.), |
Valentine sho. followed up his daring pay, Patty ye ook = been Ward Attinton: B. At oR Atkinson, L At Queen’s Park House Country Life — Craven A —
rd f hirteen near exhaustion. er whipping St Hill, J. a. ’ ood . & =e . 2 "es
soe” ae dee atin Ps for 57 across the beautiful passing shot yuouas D Macbeth, C. R On SATURDAY, 8th JULY | State Express — Churchmans,
in Lancashire's second innings which brought him victory, he *"p.ckwiek : A, M. Taylor iCapt.), G. L 1950 Ardath Gold Flake — Astorias,
today Staggered, threw his racket to the od, D mvels ft Sine, B fe horses, ADMISSION 2/- Clippers Pikoess Waiinn: a
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Lancashire’s position was hope- ground and leant heavily on th Marshall, tN, Poster, 7.8, Birkett and
less at the end of the second aay ret. Slowly he lifted one leg, ie L. Inniss Music by Hedges.
and their six outstanding wicket: Pthen the other over the net, shook Combermere: KK. A. Branker (Capt ), Mr. Clevie Gittens’ Orchestra
fell in an hour and thirty five ‘nands with Sedgman, and then sat Gi n.* R'E. Norville. EA. Coppin, 0 i Refreshments On Sale saan
minutes for 70 runs. Valentine on the bottom round of the Beckles, O. U. Elliott, E, G. Adams, N. E a er ee
who claimed four of them for 25 umpire’s chair for several minutes Murrell and Mr. S. I, Smith. — ee ’
ee ie full "advantage of the with his head resting against the gow MeV. T. MeCome, iG. stutehinenl a ro JACOB'S SWEET BISCUITS
dry, dusty pitch making the ball net post, K. Brookes, EW. Cave, G Welch, J e in '4 Ib. pkgs
spin, lift and perform innumerable Never Before witha oe eee at Neer eer, ae CONCER T | British Wafer 24c. — Butter Cream 24c¢
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ee nent oe see on cae we ba yoo p ie ee 4 z D. Rock, N G “Wourhe M D Mayers, | (Under the Distinguished |
, peopie pal as ea ac never previously H. F. King, J. A. Corbin, N. Harrison and Patronage of His Creamy Chocolate 23c.
Weanesday and 11,100 Thursday, won the Wimbledon Singles, but { Mr. S. OC. Gittens Bxcgllency. ahe Governor
the superiority of the tourists over he had a “Giant Killer” reputa~ j Carlton: st c. Hytoltinson fCapt.), Mr A Wit Savage, CMG.,
their opponents, who had on. tion and reached tne semi-finals Ni 2 Shek tle Ge cee : dnd ‘Mrs. Savage) ‘ es ‘ . .
sustained one championship defeut in 1946, the last eight in 1948, less, K. St. C. Hutchinson, D. A, Wil- CAVE SHEPHERD X C0 LTD
was oy manifest on the hard ; eArenbopiaes ane be ae ae local tax hams, KB. Warren, G, W. Bawhit and by the 4 9 4 .
sun-baked pitch ’atty threw the fighting gman inspector. he gets into gg ee ee a
one pace, howling ct Lae ALF VALENTINE out of his stride and with fluent . difficulties, help him just Farmer, 0. E. Matshall, @ filackman, BARBADOS CHORAL 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
Pierre, laid the foundations of the aks F stroking and crisp volleying, took ts he would us!” B. D. Morris, I. Warner, C. Bradshaw, SOCIETY 2 tl,
West Indies success which Valen- ~ the first set in 12 minutes. — ae B Taylor, C. Wiltshire, E. Greene, E oh ae
tine completed Patty also led 8—1 in the second London Express Servige : at the
The Play WL Pl set. Then Sedgman came back, i
Play was resumed in _ fine oe ay covering his corners with remark- COMBERMERE HALL
weather on a dusty pitch with able accuracy and scoring with . y Yr ' me: : :
Lancashire needing 111 runs to N tl L beautiful passing shots, he pulled GOVERN MEN r NOTIC ES On Thursday, 27th July
equal the tourists’ first innings or ian s up to win a gruelling set in which 1980: Kt 8.30 om
total. Barlow began boldly takiny most of the games were fought to ' OU, at 5.00 p.
seven off Valentine’s first over, To-da deuce. OCTAGONAL BRONZE 3d. COINS Guest Artists:
but in the slow bowler’s second Any hopes the capacity crowd
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Miss JEAN LAWSON,
meyer at midoff, he was caught The West Indian cricketer with revival were dashed. Patty con-| the Public that the octagonal bronze 3d. coins will be put into circu- L.R.A.M. (Pianist)
in the slips with fifteen runs the happiest memories of a North- tinued his stroking and took the] jation by the Banks shortly, as silver 3d. pieces are no longer minted | ‘ TUCKER
added. amptonshire match perhaps, is next two sets in 50 minutes by the Royal Mint Mr. P. A. K. TOU <

Again Pierre obtained much Learie N. Constantine Sedgman interspersed _ brilliant | ?' egy . ee be yo (Baritone)
assistance from the worn pitch and Today the West Indies will play winners with outrageous errors, These coins should be readily accepted as they are legal tender, ‘ak os
Greenwood gave Gomez a chance Northamptonshire and surely this but his marathon exertions of the | but, owing to their heavier weight, they should not be generally Tickets may = “Tae
at slip off the pace bowler before fixture will bring vividly back to previous three days seemed to| mixed with other silver coins deposited with the banks in parcels. = taar eeeens of the
scoring but had only obtained eres eer eS ape porous have taken their toll—Reuter. | Only one of these coins may be put into a $50 parcel and not more Sisiele at the following
four when Valentine bowled him cette Res hae th, rt : ae Re: than two into a $100 parcel. With these two exceptions, these coins

Place though sufficiently re- SS an nine runs

covered from his injured hand to

wasume, was ill at eee in facing Scored a magnificent century to 15 Contest A photograph of the coin is reproduced below. RESERVED $1.00
Pierre. He did not attempt heroics = the West Indies to win the 5 7 UNRESERVED :: 60c, & 36c,
but concentrated on defence, ua- © : : A pe 7 G If d. j 7 6 5
til Gomez tempted him with a | Mot often is a player, pam ah 0 To a | 8.7.50.—2n,
full toss which he attempted to (| »portunity oe shine, as foarte did , — es rao
drive but missed after scoring PHM Un. game, A FIELD of fifteen will go after , eeasenneeERETSSEnEN ©
nine runs in an hour, and was Can Learie's feat be approached the oe wl ae |
bowled. in today’s game? the Rockley Golf an 0 ) THE BARBADOS
In this way Lancashire © lost 7? Club today, playing match play AQUATIC CLUB
seven wickets for an per. Today's game will be the sixth peerage eg ag A i pettabdedinpocngiinansinags
lentine bowled unchanged ana gone with Northamptonshire and «"¢ ree challenge ' HURRICANE RNI
Tattersall, always in difficulties of the five plaved to date the Wi. be played coincidentally . ; WARNINGS RESTAURANT
with the spin bowler, became nis have won 3, lost one, and the Michael Timpson, The Lodge It is hereby notified that on the approach of storms, warnings IN addition to the regular
sixth victim at the same total. other drawn School master, has tossed in 1}as described below will be displayed at the following places: — Restaurant Service at the
The end came swiftly. "rene There was no fixture in 1900, challenge against N an eer Public Buildings Club for Members (Break-
Saati sed tas ott-stumnpe Bee Weaeen ee oe dnt ie: second aoe white EJ Petrie Mount Standfast, St. James fast, =" oe j
s s a i a & ) a ’ s i : : rders na
enbved by Gomez and Statham victory for the W.I. by 155 runs... will strive to displace David South Point Lighthouse for Wedding Birthday,
was caught at midoff. The innings The 1923 game saw some 4ine Lucie-Smith at No, 13 on the East Point Lighthouse Seecktatl cel + Partics’
closed for 182. The West batting by Challenor and Taril- ledder, and W. H. Grannum has Harrison Point Lighthouse etc., under the supervision
Indies had gained their second. ton who put on 125 for the first made a courageous bid to oust Harbour and Shipping Master’s Office of :—
inni victory over Lancashire wicket, but rain on the second day J. O’D. Egan from his position oy H Dhil y
this tour Valentine finished with washed out play and any chances ai No. 27 ge cael: Bt. Phittp MRS. GRACE WILLIAMS,
seven wickets for fifty-seven runs. the W.1. had of winning the game. The draw, starting times re ioe Pee ae
ais Mxture ended in a draw on hundicaps for the Beer m ' : Mrs. Williams wi also
Scores “ne the third day, competition are as follows:— District “B” Police Station personally attend and super-
Lancashire ist Innings 307 “Snuffie’ Brown and Pascall did 2.15-B. J. Petrie (9) District “C” Police Station vise Parties if required.
W.1, (for 8 wkts, dec,) ; some good bowling David Lucie-Smith (14) og te lc lei i . ;
Lancashire Sng Innings r ave . Colin Bayley (10) ‘ District “D” Police Station For Reservations and
bw. b Pie wy . iet “RY iit Gt)
Barich stpd. ‘Christian! b Valentine is Then came Constantine’s match 9 20 -N. T, Willtams (9) a Hoy Police Steon Orciets : «PICARD Bial 4261.
Grieves ¢ Gomes b Valentine . om eee. Te a Indies scored Michael ‘Saeed (10) District “F” Police Station
Wharton a : ’ or 9 in reply to the County’s Geoftrey Manning (18) —
Barlow c Gomez b Valentine y 100. C ep 3
. Constantine had been in de- . . I. GAUTIONARY WARNING r
e b Gomez c ® 2 ;
Greenwood b Valentine P vastating mood taking 7 wkts. for ‘ = W eS Bee ae sii (a) By day—one red flag with black square in centre. te NOW %
‘Tattersall b Valentine 7 45 runs. In thé hat trick he took W. Aiteinson (8) (b) By night—one red light. SHOWING
Pollard b Gomez . 11 the wickets of C. N Woolley. F AT THE
Berry not out : : ; 2 : oys Be ng an W (8)
Statham Biolimerer Pavan is Sener, and Ls Matthews, Going * pk Ahi eA II, HURRICANE WARNING
extras: b 9, Lb. 2, ACK a second time the Northants

Total ;
Fall of wkts. : 1—20, 2—42, 370, 4-112



each, including the hat trick, and

batsmen found Leary just as diffi-
cult to negotiate

and he bagged 6 °

Richards Vidmer (0)

1 35—J. R. Rodger (4)

Soca



must be deposited separately with the Banks



(a) By day—Two red flags with black squared centre, hoist-
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prices:;—





EMPIRE

for 67 Kenneth Hunte (9) (b) By night—Two red lights, hoisted one above the other,
5—127, 6—133, 7—151, 8—161, 9-167 J Two red lights hoisted from the Harbour Police Station
G ANALYSIS ‘ Q ‘
BOWLIN a wm w. ; T he West Indies suffered _their (c) By day and night—Two rockets or maroons will be fired THEATRE
Johnson 65 ass St defeat in 1988, principally oot aier from the Harbour Police Stations and if possible, from
Pierre .- za 12 «57 «+7 «+‘'through the fast left hand deliy- District Police Stations rs , AP
My 10 1 32 o eries of “Nobby” Clark, . The ° Nias aos Se Sale ane ere
Tere : 6 4 3; 9 County batted first and scored 288. uits B ota Tn addition to the above cite aeine : More 3
Gomes : 9 ter” and then proceeded to dismiss the (1) Phe Police will warn parochial authorities
W.I. for 129, Clark taking 5 for LONDON, July 7 (2) The Police will warn isolated districts.
: =. f ; British footballer Neil rhik= (3) Loud speaker vans will tour the Island.
H. E Watches ape et ome ie ron de a lin, who went to Bogota two (4) Plantation managers and Priests in charge of churches
® . Clark taking 5 uilaheeea a 29. months ago to play for Santa Fe, will cause their estate and church bells to be rung as

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freshness. But that’s not

¢ nd + is wife and five-year-old son on 7

ches, Coating the Comnty by 9 the Silat for Brtain ‘Neentye ; over a period of a quarter of an hour, all! Andrews ensures Inner
His Excellency the Governor Jeffrey Stollmeyer and Gomez Seven. year old) Mrs. Franklin (5) Announcements will be made over Radio Distribution at Cleanliness through _ its

yesterday visited _Queen’s pape slaved dn this geme and “pulled onpece Doane ay | lg hourly or half hourly intervals at quarter past every gentle laxative action, and

where he saw members of \ © their weight”. Northants batted aS e cli gH before hour or at a quarter past and a quarter to every hour keeps you fit and cheerful

Spartan and Police teams at prac- fice and were all out for 107, wee gh York Phebe Tani as the case may be. 1? y ' .

has ise cation with K. E, Wal- sg ag ware kN ith My wite did not like Bogota and (6) Reports will be made hourly or half hourly, as will be Andrews cleans the mouth,

cott, the captain of Spartan, and The est Indies replied with 5, very unhappy there. I came

Ormond Marshall, the vice-cap-
tain of Police, and expressed his
opinions of the various players



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whom he saw at practice. He was oa aie eats the wate vad a. Franklin added according to the on a frequency of 5.40 megacycles. ip n-abdan At any time of the day, when
very much pleased to see the large 24 to win. They rer, Searot report “I am sorry to do this but f, you feel in need of a refreshing,
number of small boys who were loss of Jeffrey’s wicket, and won my family comes first.”—Reuter, you
layin games all over the field, @ fine game. : . : : invigorating drink, just take one
and was at one time seen among C. B. Clarke played for this i St John's Parish teaspoonful of Andrews in a
Saeweren ar GPR FMS pean 2 ” County during his residence in a keen fight, but will brook ne ' | $poo! i
he still has a great interest in Brookes, one of their Scent o wins which at present stands at DAN E
sricket and intends to be present jpromising youngsters with the 9. a hi hs >
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i'\(.i mil BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATVEDA1 H I ^ t, UM QaJiib QaUinq w She never dieN I IS LORDSHIP Bishop N anial Davis of Antigua ha %  rewtlM *Mt 1 rgln Islands His wife i. for a w**k and after v will join bai %  %  11 %  Rico for llii" wotkl their Uimi" ihe mountains one hundred Had sixtv mile* out of S..n Juan. Army and Navy! T WO 'Oil!:., ha • JotMr...vn and M< I Mocidlfxi %  workina In Venezuela SI the JiaMptM Ol I"". from Veneauela vii Tib I1WIA Joe, *n during the war comet from Texas Mttehom %  Tliev ;.tlure for two weekstaying at the Ho) Was at Codringlon <'< My R IV EVERETT BUTLER LTh who I -tudying tor Uw at Codringtun College, left vt-'.tr..;,v l.v |< W I A for Jamaiea. intransit for ihr Bahamas. ordained ia I and Is now a Deacon in lbs Anglican Church On h. I.c will he takti men! In Nassau, which m Idenl I pi hi* home Expected This Morning M R BILL SIMPSON, son of Mr and Mrs Jack Simpson of "WTTdslc". Marine Gardens iexpected to arrive this morning hy T C A Bill wn'o is nt school In Canada spent H few weeks In Bermuda TJ'CTURED here in London Is en route Frein-h liltii ac-trcs." Mamu t *• m i_ ** 0u '" Paris Diey "II her hau Merc lor six Weeks ittle QrlbouUle -^ficr hours after M ISS DAPHNE and Miss mldnighl in I tie north to 3 a.m. 11 r M UM southern-most counties. Josef Adamira UHNd Iroin TurnH l black, cut short, with man' B Thursday morning by Kold. "sunbeaiir' streaks. B.W.I.A.. to spend about sii Ullft Dta Is stayint with friends weeks' holiday in Barbados, slayhere Shaspsaki llttla English; bill ing with the Adamiras at Worth :lre.i ,l ,, '" l,, c suburb of Pussy. %  ?• B UC S 1 %  **" %  -? She lives alone, has two dogs. R Edgrcumbe Plantation St. Frcnrlt (ox< i(nd „ Un 1)lld whiu Philip and IDSll IW0 OaWgDUn arc due to leave this morning by Sh . never diets drinks win. V. for Canada en route t< „„, m gplHU, smokes little. She dresses with a Parisiani To Live With Her Daughter M RS IDA GONSALVES left Barbados on Thursday afternoon for British Guiana by 1! W i A She has gone over to *e wtth her daughter Mrs. Cecil figsli in Georgetown. Her sou Mr George Gonsalves accomher to B G He will bs r ay for about two weeks on a short visit New Manager ptaaW H A RRIVING recently from Paramaribo via Trinidad were if sad Mrs IFriedman wh< %  re on six weeks' holiday, prior % %  Mr Friedman taking up hi lew appointment as Managerof he Bata Shoe Stores in Barbados, t a brother of the late Mr Friedman, who was the rmer manager Mr Josef Adamira. who hat MB acting Manager here will I* 'turning to Trinidad with hi.' tfe and daughter Anna, as soon i Mr Friedman takes OVM The Friedmans are stayiu; cmporarily at the Hotel Royal Third Barbados Holiday S PEND in I Glass Bucket O land on a visit Terry I Tabulou* I-.. Class I hold as many as 1,250 people on gala Ights. Though brief stay -he says, Jamaica where "the sun ays shines" and "yon l'kc a lord Mrs. Rlarkman Is also a dress designer To Join the R.C.A.F. i N : %  % % %  >, *i<>ol some irs ago, is going to Canada this v.eek was.foln the Royal Canadian Air Font ffs || the only SOSI M Ml and MrSiammers of the Antigua Sugar Factory French Landing A NUMBER vl West Indian its landed from 'he, ast week %  *t to England by train 1 tnd channel steamer One of them IMr E C. Pile, an engineer of Q uana. who has come I auspices of the Hnu-h Council. Pile, will st forced concrete methods with John Moreland a Co. In London Also a-a^engeri la the Mat*" were the isi-ley teams frori Briti r M 1 Trinidad. • To Be Married Shortly gpAPT Tigger" Gordon-Smith and Dorothy BrnAald, will be Bnarrtad in Trinida-i OB July IBtn. Eoth of them are with B.W.I Airways. Tigger is a pilot and Dorothy one of the air Hostesses. B.R.I. Radia Prttgraanae .HATVUDAV J-I1 • *> 1 > w Taa K ; %  %  •' InUrlUd*. I SB FW*r, U.. b %  • a m Peocraxan* PuitiOr B IS IEa!>n*nl I 4 %  m Colunlal \rf^; H U II 1| a m BaU by b-n cnnnivi Nor!h.m. 12 n th# i; 10 p m Nr>i Aniliw. It IS Sports o. Miulc. 1 p m cnailar al ih Pt-i-.. Illpi" KMb rl. I a v in Anvinang 5 p m Ta Nw. 10 p m Horn* N*w r>oni Britain 111 p .loqu*rr. S J p m atarliM Mr. 3 SO p n> Spurta H>WW. NMni 4 lo p m The Uii. awvaWi 4 1" p m J-r" Ililn i" Mil lUpm Kcport 1 p m Quer-f) Bliubcth •*!*— p m ProaTmm Pn*ar. 1 m Dane* with n IS pi" ror" third Prufia" Th Rupert and Miranda—M NOW. HICHLICHTS ON THI INSTfT ial>u part an S~i.1T N" I IS Irpm ih ft r>4U4gf. so ht dtodr* to return IO trw MM ind in i( thr is ny wgn ol the K k>wn and his i-'o-(>ro. H. %  •• round ih iky until dirkmii t- at io tall snd ht can distinguish tssthing. "1 don't SM *hn good I "ISsrsadl his stilledl h*ppi!y. I muti tha clown would hurry *nd take n away." Raihet moodily he toe. back to the iccrct p*.u|e nd esplore. some ol the side corridors which seem to kid lo Mtj pjr! ol the Pslico. DING their third hol:da> Barbados are Mr and Mr Marques, who arrived from Trinidad on Thursday by I) W.I A They hope to be here until thr •nd of July, slaying at the Hob I Royal England. To Join His Wife and Son A LSO leaving this morning by T C A for Canada en route to England Is Mi J A Havnes of "Parkes". St Joseph His wife left for Englsnd bv the Colflfo on June 20th. He will Jon: bs* there lo spend the summer holidays with their son Anthony. ni! Economics at Pembroke (Vte K e. Cambridge*. Gracita Faulkner Leaves G RACITA FAULKNER and Mr W Chambers, her accom%  Nrday afternoon for Trinidad where she will give n scries of song reeiials, sponsored by ihe Brilifch Council in Trlnliple elegance, likes black ,in(l small, plain hats. I saw her in a shirt-waist dress of black tu*si\* with shiny buttons from neck to hem. and a plaited primrose bell Ovei tbi!. went a looss DOal ol smooth primrose wool. — L.E.S. Leaving Today D R. TOUHENCK PAYNE, M.D Ph 1 with his wife anil ion Michaaj will U> leaving this morning by T.C.A.. after spendin almost a months holldav In BartaadOl Over the Week-end M R J PERCY TAYIX1R. Branch Manager of BW.I.A. Miss Faulkner certainly becama left \>tri,|,.v aflernoon for 'TriniVtl popular in Barbados during dad by B W.I A. He will be l'i si..it stav and her recitals' BWaj 0WT the uc-k-end %  all well attends*! thurt routtiM visit. CRVI'KMjl tnK-Hir.S how tu work Hi 1XVDLBAAXR Is L O N II V E I. I. O \V One kttor simply stands for another In this example A la used for the three L's. X for the |wo O's. etc Single letters, apoa trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints Each day the code letters are different A Cryptogram Quotation TJTHN BVSMF LE LFGMWWLDWN YV DT AULFTR DN TJTHN BVHY VU GWMYYTHNI KTEYTHOLTWR Cryptoqiinte: WHEN OUR PERILS ARB PAST, SHALL OUR GRATITUDE SLEEP* CANNING. — SKELETON CBOaSWOBD t. r s High Relief I H B ULPTOB i wooden studio at ti)i Royal College of Art In South Kensington Is a full-scale clay model of a rerkable high n liulana Dobson, alng his greatest i his largest Thp relief IseU will be ihlppod i i i there. In retrueh Q ilso nlte, it will weigh 15 tons, measure 17 ft. 2 ins. DJ K fl (i in The relief —highest projection 9 in |III-I.)'. r,s Sgum lb h vorklng on it. now. for IB rnonthi DobSOO'i own Judgment "| think tm moat important work of my life." "Bal Creole" E .V.L1SH U'te-Mon viewers hail :hen Brat chance of seeinr. .ul hearing a West Indian "steel hand" last week The programme "Bal C^eole' %  was presented b> Boscoe HolOer and his wife, Bbeua .: %  ..! their company. The Holders have been responsible for many productions in Trinidad, where they presented the best of West Indian music and dancing. and recently they arrived for i. tour in England to give tlteh versions of traditional dance, ami ejilypsocs. With them In *;Bal Creole." the eene of which is a waterside cafe "somewhere in the West Indies", will be Louise Benret, a specialist in folk songs Brflni Jamaica. Weeklt •port* I Report Irom Wunbl-don; I U p in S^mi.* .-..iiu i %  Curtain. 10 p.m Thr HOWS I 10 io p m Inlet luda. 10 IS pm Th* Win Id al 10 p in R A V I'.er.i,* nt r-tnbo-iuli 11 pm The Idea „f UiavetMts Lroptild's Ijurrn txpcHs vi iiml Child HIIUSSELS. Ji.lv 7 • Prin.oss I),Rethy, King L.o poid's as c o n d her second child "at the beginning of next year." according to the % % %  fling Belgian Catholic new* IJ Libre iv i %  :.; %  i | PrLneass De Rethy, formerly Mile Lillian Baels. a commonei, narried to King Leopold in Occupied Belgium on Septcmlie II, 1941, and gave birth to hei Brat child, Prince Alexandre. In 1042. —(Keuter i rbl'RA Af'ROXM 1. Putuni out the lisot aim'' one MFV *. !> %  > % %  run. pottisiH in m**' tlelck. s;. p„rUf oaoral. tet SOBlnW 10. Wlifn ttiara'* 1IM Io Deal l1 a stlcur you noed i U. Tho loBgUl of oome StOSB. I*! AlF/l'V (The Garden) ST. JAMES •\/t II'/!/# If BlSH HOSE" .KJ5 an oauUoiiB about its tan. I a. A cuttor. 10. Up-tcnlata hair stiio? IB. Act as %  maaaeur of i*t-". wa boar. %  io Ixiosa tn one Slioenon ami bach sgsiD. 11. Huch a HI SOP lute person •nardly ilaal* to be upright it. i in rorsn ol torraor JS. ACU as a aarvant U> psraonI i I I I -. UON 1. nna-tndod riser. i l'ho sloes drlni or tneUKiiiun.. Theim mlgtit well tie aatd Ui he a put-up sort of fob. . I had. In •hurt a lean oectln nlDg. naTlDg nolhlna If do t Callad millu for a ehaogHoldlor to tho R.l iReadltig) I Tea and no. 7. roreat In whleu on' mar ae repUlo about to male a declaration. S. HliMnse froea ondlas* ensiare meat. 10. Waore on a ma* sat a drms %  • tho "Blaog fcrlrfl 1 '! IS .lust ilka Wollor In India V 17. coDjrftura. IS. 'i' %  % %  to abarp < % %  • % %  -.' IS. Plab (KUTont Within, in'.i, ^A. ,D J*\L' afiW [H|GR^3 U N 01|A1 foR ATICFCLA M NltQxe. T "4Jv|t D li z l c l N f 8 *J N ^ SppiN't X^AIU st t^ttpJAm tj A t& L J-Acuis! TII.N. i smtiRisl SriuTS '.'i*o.al.'lraaa Maaaeas, Ala Halt .., „..,.* "ntiViKa" .* % %  '.%si SUN • Miaaoiai Housewives' Guide estcrriay whan th A % %  : IK osnti per ] Plantain 6 cent i Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure DING AND DANCE AT CLUB MORGAN Mil Sf'tST INDIES MOST POPULAR NIGHT CUH DELICIOUS STEAK DINNERS Served throughout the Night Duil -1000 lor Reservations tiava. i %  • urj-i! th* h'*t' ii. %  ... I..'-.. 1 taatj of h.ad and &•(• •>*• ass ol % %  '••' (i I*l aarvr, or Ht '-< iron poor slaap. toao of soonicr^ %  ml 0801-17, Indtiaitlon, srorrr sn' '', four tronMf' %  rTOMbty •ai't by Utah Blood Proasur*. ThU la • %  •.--.. that •:•.. v %  %  %  i Ihaa %  • % %  -. '.si. tlit rtiptom* ara so common and MU> ; %  luaJron lor oomo almiia aiitnont :. >U aulTar from any of Ihaa* ain|.. %  mi, your lif* may ao on<1ar(*r*d i v 'laart Ttoubl* or .a paralytic atrcka • %  id you olinuld otart tr**tm*nt nt laea, Tha ary rlrot daaa "f Noatt tci'morly known as Myrii>s. a n* -F.edlcal dl.r, %  m f, radurra High Bio.-" I'rraaur* and tt.ak** you Irri vaatr i"junior In a law daya. fl#t Niui trora your ch*-nl.t today It Is anai • .i.-l in r-.ka you f*al w*l:tiad •iron* oi. r.-may baok on ratura al • %  npty pa.aaaa DANCE TO-NIGHT [i AT (ASUARINA CLUI i.iil l.miia.1 has tirni -im-lally pivparm (or Ihnnn IICStTIK 1IAYWOOIIH Onhr.tr. Bara .. uaiial ai PrliT • A sore throat may he a warning thai a cold's coming on — liccd it! Cargliojc Lislcrinc al tbc *rr\ lir-t in nt BBTCM irritatiun rosy locslira tin infrction and help plcvem it from spreading. UaaSriaa nSCbSl way back on your throat aurlj.e. kills nulluim nt JSsfBH JM is absoluicl 'He VI A I'll I I.I II i l.\ l.*l A (Members Only) 4PKCIAI. MATINtF: THIS MORNING (SATIRDAT) al a.M o'clock •BOMIIA" The Junjlr Boy SUrrlng: JOHNNY SHKFFIK1.H MMIM.I.; TO-DAV ..t .'> rO-NK.HT TO TIT.SlliY NKillT al 30 -THE LIFE OF HILEY" Slarrln^ WILLIAM HENDIX wilh James CLEASON RaMOlujr IK'AMP-Hill GOODWIN A rnlversal-lnUTiiatlonal I'iiluriv Vou llavfn't I HI I .,1 I nlll You've Lived Ule Lllr nf BlleM aaaaa BY THE WAY > < !" — T HE Cambodlaii phllosophai HI. i (pranouficad llfnui %  %  | M I'tn.ui ,-1 ii i' I .1 %  ll Ml II... : to iind out whatber it Is more -daap," HLs ivortb. camo l.iik lo mi' In connection with Uu who got I'liciK"! lu her dlvo p i DU md ln'fori* he Iscd hor 'I just changed my maki—u|>," she said Tho Situation ut .\arkowr A FTER coosultatlOl) with the senior masters, Dr. Snii.ilAllick thou|£h| that .1 M-cunrl intcrviciv with Mile RatDatte Portevobt Mmild i"' advlsabls, so thai they could *et to know In 1 1 in. 1 There WHS therefore anothci nieeling in tinH'.il'n.L t. t' HUdy, and thr !..,!> ..rrivrd n rtuch an outfit thai a haalthi Bush eamc lo ni.itu j !.iinl..'.ii I'hei'k, H pads%  t*S1 liki" %  .. \ stir smUtsj ai tach In timi. matdni him think Ibal thi %  ws ween the two ol them, rose io go it was the ixn ol tn. Qrand i %  1 %  q the thli 1 .nt i'f u must* tj than ihdeparture <>i a proapeetivo matron Whan h ami tin Headmaster said: "Do you think she'll do?" The sJArmaUve %  nswai was daItverod with an enthusiasm worthy of a worse cause. Thos rr.asl.i iniiiht have been appraising a Slav, ti'l i" UM market M riniii..iii'.iii rather than choosing t ai/rr lht< i.hvutnut Trtf 1 VJDAY I received .1 hrtte* teiiInsj me thai %  Joke printed In this column the other. '* %  > %  appeared m 1011 in %  Belgrade rgtwspeper if the joke-di ted arc as hoi on my trail > that. I may as well confess thai 1 a "" invent all my (okes. 1 find that bettei QDM lo I-psoked Up tun gild ihtre I will not o -. *ai .,l*> say that I scour the ILdkan Press for Jesta. Anyh. "• Ihe Belgrade paper prohabl. wot ltic ;okr from my ancestor, lint Uwr da Qrave, the lath eantun Beachcomber who txinducted the loluiim -ailed FafTM in the Cu/ettf de France. Twenty Yean 0/ Uprtnir Ja:; eOSs C ert S will irrobnblp bs spoaaored as fherc u'os Ultls IUPiH>rt for ihe *\,n.\>hf 1 45 & s.3U Paramount Pktun %  prast William HOLDEN Joan CAULFIF.LD "DEAR WIFE with Rilly DeWolfe, Mona Freeman. Edward An IIOV1 TO-DAY 4.45 A 8.15 and Contlnulnx M-G-M Pictures preaeni Joel lleXSna. Ellen Drew "STARS IN MY i ROWS with AUal Hals Dean Stock well OLYMPIC TO-DAY to Suoda> t %  8 15 Sunday 4.30 & 8 45 Rcpuhlic Big Double . Roy ROGERS 4% TRIGGER In •THE FAR FRONTIER' 'THE INSIDE STORV with William Lundigan FIGHTING! LOVING! LOOTING! WWM flCHHl* 1 0 i YVONNE De CARLO HOWARD DUFF _-. DOROTHY HART • WILIARO PARKER ,; Rrllish Movia. Tone News Rerl SINGING BARBERS V MaaaV Bl tewt) > HUM. TALENT \l DITION MMMV MOltMNG at 9 30 I Special Knnnlint: f Friday'a ALL STAR Show will he alaTCd N back SI NDAY MORNING B liow siNtd thrir 'oicea can



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SATURDAY. JULY 8. lUu BARBADOS ADVOCATL PACK SE\ I N CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR HI VI rjGlltM 11T7 Bui % %  %  %  %  %  %  Cynthia lUr*. %  daughter *i*l bM H.rewoud who fell % %  !— %  ltd ,.f Jul There u %  d**r lac* %  A dear *! A place i* tar an I I" our lio-n*. 1. ... ... The fl.ior. *r lilail i'W <"" lint II. %  % %  I.I and I* I . n-> t* A %  Daughter ... Sad and *udden — UM 01 UM * on %  I %  %  *on-ow no oM %  -I W*ll Day* ol aorrow alill corn* o'*r ua %  For M-day ha* bn"H<" i i %  Sad mmotln of l*<> HaW ago Bier lo be rrmembered b Mi Jo%  i iPMlMTi. Mr. Viola Smith H lol ln tl, t'lr<.rl..nd. D-tloley and all* Sir II A Hr,-l.-\ llr. II. I. jTid MpMri, tliiiuci and Hell; i | iwHOUSES 1 ATHLOSE-ON-SEA Fontabelle let July IMA COHUIIM two Smaller of which haa three room* Mcti with waah-baMn. diningrjoni. drawing room, gallers and all The ;arger flat has (our 141 bedroom. :.-.m. .M.haMtW tor* lr afa-rcnUt renovated loom and gata*rr l-hi>nc .UM _.>poW.Un*nt In arc th* w'ac* TUS ron MINT n ISUNIII DAY VW Wl 1 .. %  -.. MM Gap 1 bedroom*. rl-riri.it, a kiur bc*t *ee Apply Mr. ft I :. i \ %  | dllWJ SO fee' %  %  %  i Hock tag Pho, M JUT*. Coort now Fully I excellent w. Imih) 1 M In jfsnw ciibhrnch. m J^lcr From Srt.!.tiJIn a Bed. '"-**• iir.d FJctric Mm r u liv I .client Sea bathing Apply l., u 51M s M In. I. FOII SALE AUTOMOTIVE S IMS Morn6 cvllnder. 1,000 Iftta WoLcley It, mile.. Like nw If*** Morrli 11.000 nullIM7 Marrl> 10 H.P. 1M7 Moriu > H-P |.d condili..n in Vaitxhall II %  I i n/UiAnr. LTD, Telephone *04 aM. 9m, CAR -V*u*th*ll i. lu drl l.t-J* mild CABMnrrta Spo-i. Car X K Good MM* i !,..[ Ca %  hiei i.K,-i Md WlM IV wlon. Maxwell Coat Phon* SMI 4 t SO —an I-AK ..., ditlon Prli Moore, cor Monli Hi Car In good eon( re*.onab*e. apply lo V. X. mw|i It Baxicru Kofldi CAR-Vaiixhall Velox I feet Condition I wo ton* trunk epreUlly HI ted for carrying* of more lugg'lte Nk-rtol'i Office M23 Hoaii %  %  %  the belter Rtng R S. vehicle be wed : %  van FOKT HUYAL GARACK I .Til P1K1NK *W* S.1.W-3n Smin Mpoet. BOAn*Tfat In oxrrlknl condition mllta^e jn-t i-vor 4,000 COLT. It CO Lid .T 9*—in. ,1 Ft-THIC* VflCANI-TFI*. St.-.., i vnkaniir Ji.n Al patehea in varwu* Oatnaga mm (Ml II ->n rirr martifl Caallr ll.il a T M Jn MISCHJ^NEOUS I\-J1 SltlllT AMD PYJAMAS l;.,.,lv in .il.. ... it i. i,l> ti> i itieiif 1X>YAL STOIIB B 7 Sn mipi A^ rucrllrril i Dial UlfF (-OIINTTns-Two Hi U nditlor Curti-r> a.iratfr 0 1 10 —Sn. GOVERNMENT NOTICES llFIMRTMrNr us vacancies (now filled) may apply bg MMr, •'•companied by a recent iestimoni.il All other candidates should make implication on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the Deit.irtmenl of Education AH applications murtt be in the hand* of lb* Director of Education by Saturday. 22nd July. 1950. 6th July. 1H0. Applications are Invited from teacher* and other <*uitaMy qualified for the following vacancies: — WOMKN H.iir MOM itort Junioi Betwel Welch.--, MbPKj School BtMcobel Girls' UaOO) St Giles' Girls' School l-riv. trtirn. Hc-apom ... Totd Prefect available At ,,.t %m November Mo.! rAaonabk PM1> Rin BBS t 7 St.—An. PI III.K MMMJA holiday* t-*.id'r on* manafcment RATHO MILL TOWXH MOTEL Si Vincenl and SUNNY CAJUBBU: nn-thcaa* Bequla laland ..fins all that ran bo deadnd. Bon.tl. til %  cernr*. aM-bathlnr. Rahlfig, excel•i cniilnra and bar* RATER M t. 17 n w I per day. Por (urthar drUHi -nil reaervaUona BUU1I. a. ROOKS, Box IT. Salnl VlncOMIJI ~ Irr II I -i i Hi B. u M \l l Ma to Inform hla friend* and ClitnU >al hi* Office will be cloard Iroin Salurday Bth July, rr-opnin Turadolit AUK I 7.-Sci MEN Vd School lkcobel Boys' School All Saints' Boys' School Ibttttl Boj-s* School S' ftMSjph's BOAS* S. htK I Holj Trinity Boy**' School L' The mininumi qualltlcation for entr*. • Ii the Camuridiio School Certiflcate. 3. Applications must be submilted on the appropruite taflBi ( %  35 (b) for men and E. 35 (c) for women) which may be obtained from the Department of Education, but candidates whet have already Mibmitted one of these forms in rwrpect of previous vacanctei lil'ed) may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent testimonial. 4. Any teacher who applies for u vacancy on the staff of another school must inform his or her present Chairman of M.m.i,:**is Hi ml Teacher of any application for such a transfer 5. All applications must reach the Director of Edm-Hon Ml later than Saturday. 22nd July, 1950 SHIPPING NOTICES %  TITY tnrrppr l*M M-. ItUv MM ttilJUnr June .riii-ma; at Trinidad about July Hi' l "PORT WKLL1N AuatilBrtabana rai'.r Anfluat S H IbMtSU BUd JwJy N U tf".in > mM Aua-ut wnving Tun Ma-1 •th Sect ember have ample .' .Mb hrd froaon and %  %  '•" -.xrptod on thra 'oiiil %  '." IranahieanrnI at Triirtd*-! H*lt ah Guiana. Bittudm. W La*wa*d lalaatda. NOTICE %  •AaiKH Ol ST LVOt era. includlnj aprrlnratuna, air t.ir repair* to the Rntoty. titlbJeci to tho approval of the LrgiBlaturr additional Nurar'i quartan al th" %  Application, will %  •I up to 1'C.i OSWALD CtetK. 51 Lucy. ran i bi n. .uday 33nd July. DEANE. Vr.liy B 7 SO—4n NOTICE Offer* in wrIUnf ace Invited -. rOUHTMV GARAC.E for Ituj puiCllMB of One ill 1MB BXOFOHO Cl—... with lllil t'lnCVROUTT Engine recently dam.iSrd In an accident Thl. vehicle can Inlean at the Premlara of Courteey r.-raere. White i-airft Hoed Offer* I celved up lo II mooni on Saturday. Bth 1 July. IBSB and purrhaerr will ba' irgulrnl In remove Uila vebli • by Turaday. llth July, ISM. 7 SO—Sn NOTICE AppllcatlOiu lor a vacant filterAn nulty will be received by the Clark of the Veatry up to II noon on W-an—l-i I.ilv II. IBSO A t i ii. .i-.t. mual be widow* of pSaTMl of Si. Michael in Mraltet Porma of application can be obtan at the Vcvtiy Cletk'* OrTWe By Order. E C REDMAN. Clerk, SI Michael* Vr.lrv VrPry Clerk • Office, ramchUl Building! UrldBetown l.T M In OFFICIAL I'AKHAIHMt NOTICE •*l*lanl t o.rt af Arral .Equitable Jurladlctioni Lucton Lloyd Lrecock, Plaintiff I BMt. Del.i.dai t KBra AND T ADUM MI'IPR — OP ,.i tv m redirfed r'lor*. ROYAL STORJ: %  T 10—an NaMXJaV 'or oux •ecord plave ill bind* tnrtnjdlnff Ruby *nd ti merit need lea to put* —Pin ah Jlhoie. ITrV StnaUa. Blrut and ell the real Com** -nd B4. but oulek la'BC SMAltK M stt rar s HI St Jar PFNS A PENCILS -Parker "M* In Silver at Gold Top* Prtce Pen* ii< (> & 119 00 ech Prv POnciMM A MOO each Bruer Weatherhe-d Ud PVE |,TT> offer the n-nlel S0O S \pll ,. wa ve batter* tadio fnr L thn. de*lrou* onlv o' li.trnma idlnir Thln-H" 'i rn*ble •-— San i not *e weathr-i .,,-." UM rbiqi.il lr"m 7 7 XI t'YE I.TI nffrr SeboC i*vr nni I'IIINt-. i phone, enabling Three ahlpm*il i heooa. Enqulrle* Box M0. Brlddeto 1 (M %  l...% %  tie* Bar P O IN pur.ru Ol above acIMn made on the i-h dav of IBM, IBM. I Blvo notice to 11 peraorii having any r*t.n\ ri*!hi M m or In.umbrancr rtcclliiK till that certain piece or panel late -it J*> kniarv* Villa*-"" >' %  -l ... forraald contuintrif by admeaeurenietit .if thereabouts ol which area on* perch forma part of Ihe public road called Skeete Ho,.d Lrrelnafter mentioned abuttlnc and boundingtoward, the north on landor late of Alan Srotl toward* the and eouth nti land* J\o* or lat* I Walker ..nd 1i>w..rd> the oaM on public road ciilled Skeete Ho.td ol %  the name may butt and %  d to In n.ii before rne an account %  Lalm* with their wltnr**e.. i PVidat %  and me on any Turada thc hour* of 11 inooni ana J n the afterntKMi. at the Office um ol UM AMMtent Court ol I ihe Court Hum*. I*ridgrt..*n. Ore the 27th da*, of iMplrtnber. ISM order that euch claim* ma* be iked according to the nature and pn!> %  thereof rr.pecllvrly. olhrrwiur h person, will be precluded from if the —Id Decree, and be ol the Appeal %  n i ..,:. v-uil pi'iprrti Claimant* are al*o notified that the) riHMl -ii.nd the .aid Court or. WnUin(1 da) M Seplcmtoer. IMO. at 10 o'clock a m when their *aid ilauna j.ked icr in) hand tin* SOth day MM. I V CillJtES Ag. Clerk of the AaeMai.t Court of Appeal mpet i Ttuir-d.iv i>m 13th p m the dwelling hnin M....H." alU*ate at Woithlni ii The name ronalaU ol dah to the liont. drawing St dining I bedl.-.i-.Klt.h.nrlle toilet A bath It ha* a pine floor throughout roof la ahlnglad Bttme n.u*t Per ii'M. lion uppl) DAici MagaUnc Lane JOHN M. BLADON A y s r V A REAL ESTATE AGENT Alt nuNKKIt SUHVKYOK I'liuiu411*0 I'lanl.ili.ni REAL ESTATE I'lltU'EMTY %  pply to D'Aicy A lied Shrldoi ichl Club, co md and a *t % %  i %  ..*.. tii.ii BtXOAIilW one newly hulld .lone.all bungalow. |WB mile* ftoin bytrfl It in* Ironl A bock open verandah. *pa> wu. i —:, K A dlnliui room*. 3 l-rduwm* .t.tn-tollet A bath, modem kitchenette. S.1 SO In PlwOMi TV Ol .•% %  %  I-'' Mill Rd Bank Hall, conalrttng o( Acre of land and a houM With .hop P. ice ROM QB Appiy DAraj A. Scott HOtMa* i>ne al W.lchea laeid. Minddmry Boad i Mac lied, water and Elect. ..-I olhce*. and a quantity I tit Dunkirk Apply Cleopatra llinw hri'i** Guantnteed K.lVAL rTOR£ %  a* 'il'.r TAHXM TlilMUWOMAIL RecT-ttrred Mail* i •ill be doted at : PARCEL. REI-.1STEIIED. \H\ MAIL at * m or. 1 NOTICES aNl-alqUO. GuadOtoupe. I* Hav rroc-ne will I JO on ll-e 10th J'.il* fan w i OFFICIAL SALE liARBADOR la the - %  -1 ... i i MM af Aap**l lEquitable Juri*dk*1ioni Lucien Lloyd Leecork. pialnUff Everwii Beet. Defendant NOTKal M hereby given that %  irt-je of an Order of th* Ota**, %  >' Appeal dated the SOth day of ISM 1h.-re "-..I be -et up for *aui highe.t bidder at the ofTice of t)>e jul Coufl Of Appeal lie Court llou-e. Bltdarlo*! Bet* Md luck n the afternoon on rrtday. UM Iffth day of September. IBM. all that certain piece or parcel of land nr.ate at Jarkman* Village In M Raini Michael and Itland aforesaid containing by rtdrneai'.irrmrnl |ia*nty-onO peixhe* or thereabout* " *.hlch area one perch form* port ol thi public road called Skeete Road herein alter mentioned abutUngjnd boundSng t.m-arda th* north on land, now or *~ ol Alan Scott toward* th* wMt i ^ulh on land* now or late oil Wi ... I to*...r.lthe eaal on the public road ... —i *a.ret* Road or how*A*r *l*e the um* may butt and bound, and If not then *o*d lh* *ald property will be **-t up for *le on every *ucreedlrul rnday l*teen the aame hour* unUl the Mm* a .um not leu than £114 IWiPHtTY. Houi nuble roof board and I > II %  I two bedroom*. led and kitchen lit %  7 • ..roed*ndlng on II aa loard yard, with etm* and Go*.t wa I. gStM """ii Apui> DUE to increase in tho COtt of materials for inakinc aerated drinks, manufactures arc forced to sell aerated drinks at 2 3 per doz. as from Monday. July 10, 1950. Retail Price 7c. J. A. MART.ftKAU CITY MINERAL DELUX MINERAL UNITED MINERAL M RAMDIN MAPLE MINERAL NIAGARA FACTORY 7.7.48—2 III AN I Bros. Super \s ^ Sale Avail yourcH-If of tlu'C-oldeii 0|ijiorlunil) —Here'l a list of Some Values! rtUYS' SIIOI.S IN OKN1 IM Leather All Sisrs -• !M at up f.Kt.i II.ANMI. ot, i'l lii A >>rd ( KKAM KI.ANNIX. Sv I rum |3 all a >ard OBNT8 M VM>KI U HIH s, 15. t4. 17. 0c each GENII M)(Ks — :i; A 4* a pr Mr. I't ;isml YOU CAN 1IAVR YOUK CANES lNnTRKD By applying i Q I Mil ii INVKHTORK (O.. i.iMiT:n IiihuranrrI ndrrwrltrr* Marhill Hlrrrl OMr. DAMASK TABLK COVKRH SZ.I8 A 12.M rarh I %  RFTTONt.S In lleBullful Horal ltrlns—59t* and 75r a yd RED TICK. S6 In Fink and Blur Mri|-. —SI I KLANKETI — B*auliful attairj Hlnilr and llouhlr ft 14 up ftMOOvl BEDROOM RtrH l.ov DmlCrM It *•* ea'li HATH TOVtTI.M -47c u D tsd .'<. %  : %  a| J 1 ; %  I. V GILKES Bt T1IORM. SMITH SETS OF TAPS AND DIES IOIINION S si ATIONERV AND HARDY* %KI MAPS—imperial and Political Wall Maps of the World. TIIEHMOMETEUS—2 kind* ANEROID BAROMETER, ate. — also WIRE TUAYS WIRE BASKETS and many other Ofnce Requisites ROBERTS & CO. — Dial 3301 OLARR TOWELS — **. each — ALSO TIIOI SANDS OF 1IABEK DASHEKY LINES SI (II \' MU.I-s LACES RIBBONS KNI-rriNO WOOL ELASTIC HAIRNETS. PINS. CLIPS. (OMRS POWDERS. PER ,1 MLS (REAMS. SOAPS. ETC ALL RF.DI'CED I I ASM I i K 6-s a >a M IB CENTS BOWT1ES Mf. rath .lltll'ID IRflPICALS rn.m *'£.tn a yai PLAIN TROPIt ALS | f£ (III per tanl up (.(Ms IELTH—24r earl PIN STRII'I rWEEM >b l*H a *at*J DRILLS ^ latalllll Ma and .1 uu %  ui !. Me Sir t > *.il >.Ml 1,1 1 1 DENIM-elr um TWO-TtlNK SHIKTS. Mr sl-dl: t (1KSTS PLAIN DIUI II 148 rttrh SHIRTOEMS LOVEL. IlrS S'lr UP MANY i#1 ALIIII B I. RLDI < %  D MAIS While el SO rat'i MI.K cotton s P (I It I SHIR IS In ******* .|Uallllr .ill I'lltn.il iiiiistth-ralil-i for I! WON slOCKIM.S 2 Pi., for SI LADIES' (.IMID Ol Milt < Ol TON VESTS — 2 for SL*0 LADIES' NYLON STOChlM.s IIM and SL7" a ar (.IMs STEIPI D SHIRTS 5! 01 I.ENTS JERSEY -Mill SI M f.ENTS VESTS • (or SI 00 f.lMS KIRBIR soil. PC Ml" (.IMS LEAIHIR BU.TS 4s> each INE QI'ALITY PI.ASTIC AND LEATHEP BELTSTil rarh HAIR BRI'SHES I ..dies' 8U. Oenta' !.8r. ea I. \lli:sFINE STYLES FELT HATS — SLr> each LADIES'PI RSES — <*i Lrjther — Z9c. up I Mill s' ll Rsi \ SILK PYJAMAS In nia and Sites — S3.84) a I LADIES' HANDKI K( Hills L&nti On**. So Maii> Kindt lie. up I Mill s ILAslll It M II ( M'S and APRONS—24e. A 84r. rarh I Mills PEARL EAR KIM.S Many Fine Slyln. — Sluo a Pr i \DIIGOLD KM is ; A Mh. each U \sll Mill (.IM.II IMS Ltn.n PUld* lliil> II i IIIU | ml f.l Mt VMM IIRINIS AND \\ Vsll Mil I IIAIK4 (IRDs From ti:.r .i yard. IMIMISIK llrat> l, II. IllBi in. uidr < nils rtta .t *-'nl (.UP o U III BOM • ou-lit*,. Onlt I'. .i i nil NPI s SILKS \ .lll'Hls ( illtlUf. 36 in Nl< .i yard UP 16 In OBG ND1 Tic A tatd. IB \KKsKP. 36 In. SLIS wiiin; yard. QEOBOI %  II Flur Oti.iiii' IK In. tide. 8r. a yard. ( UK KID I M I I I Is 36 In. Si 32 a yard. Ill I I FLANNEL iWtwl) For I'ndrru.. II n ..-ui. rLIM \> IOI! I NIFOBMS All Shatl.s 36 In wide lit a yard s|-| s -.UK SI 00 a yard sll.K BRIM %  Mills In All Shade* 73e a yard. LOVEL1 sni I-.II BBAS8IEES |LU .-J.II I Mills CIITTONPANTIES I tor SIM >////*V/rV//iV///// iV/.VA*,W//.V.V/.V/.*-*N B — (1) With every purchase of $1.00 and over, you are entitled to a Vuluoble FREE GIFT! (2) Each day of SALE the FIRST CUSi MER spending $15.00 Rets $3.00 Cash Bonus Each Night Our Show Windows ore on Display with Many Values!!! CRtYWN A CROWNING ACHIEVEMENT BY MINklNC THE NEW CK*VN GINGER AEE



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PAGE FOI-R IIMillMHls ADVOCATE .\TI HI'M III V i, IKt BARBADOS mrnii THE WKST IMMIV2 Saturday. July . 19311 HV in ..ii PACBT. M, A. (OMIIOIS THE Una! aiamn i lo continued | and months of d retention of controls is the appointment of Mr. F. A. Bithop <>! the Colonial SecretH7*i I ttei to the vacant poet <>f Controller of Supplies In Barbados where ideas arrive mainly from Socialist Britain, the main effort is to gain complete control of as much as possible raganUi n • %  ( erhal hi pi aetieable pa sibie. it is MO rafbre, to examine the efficacy of controls in order to be assured whether they haw not in fact accentuated rise in prices because of the prevention of healths competition when they were Intended lo aneure an even distribution and to prevent Inflation Th-v were used during the war. JUM at was the new Mini.-dry of Food to deal with conditions of emergency but to argue that they should be retained permanently is to pay too httle Attention to the proteati of the poor who write to the Preea and the practical knowledge of businessmen who keep alive the trade and commerce of the island and whose counsels are so often overruled by theoretician:. Controls have not prevented a Steady rise in the price of all commodities. Because of restrictions on trade Controls very often are responsible for KIVIIIR effect to an official rise In the cost of Clving. The office of Controllar of Supplies la one that the general public would have been happy to see remain vacant. The general outcry is against rising prices, shortages and controls; and the public believes in the absence of convincing Government answers that controls bring about ihortagee and using prices. When goods are in short supply there must be adequate means of ensuring even distribution of such merchandise as is available. But are we not to-day In a period where we are laced with gluts instead of shortages? And are controls not being used to prevent goods being bought in the cheapest and best markets? The public believes they are. Tinquart Inn to be decided now is not whether controls have been efficient but what is the justification and what are the reasons advanced to the Colonial Office in support of the permanence of this department. Letters to the Press and public utterancesby responsible people in the community prove that controls in Barbados five years after the war has ended is not only irksome and objectionable, but are believed to be responsible for much of the dislocation of business. In times of war people must be prepared In submit tu controls on the general principle that it is necessary to forego the lesser rights and freedoms in order to maintain the greater; but to impose in times of peace controls and to indicate permanence of these controls is the antithesis of democratic freedom and a sure means of killing all initiative and damming the channels of private enterprise Thenmight be good reason (or the retention of controls up lo I960 despite the protests of the businessmen and the general public. Then might be equally sound reasons for appointing a Barbadian who has served faithfully. But there is no obvious reason why there should be a permanent office of controls. The public look forward to hear that this office will soon be abolished. It would have ban equally unmw^ry ami Undemocratic In haveretained in peai'tiine tl. %  system of e i w hip v hi. Id iHng th* war against the leakage of InformaUon to the om'in I'd.| %  Ii will .tt. % %  will be more pointed than thorn agate*) eontroti and it is the duty of the (J< vi inmeni to take notice of the feellnp ol tha public In respect %  •( tins continued maintenance "f an office which wai created to deal with en rgency, but whli h being used to ensure that the United Kingdom il not going lo lose hv freedom of trade channels in the Britten Caribb hHCSS In the UW and i" be directed towards increasing blj that thirties Jam... -Jie production in the basic industi \. I •iportaitt reel.1 ndUftry 10 Bud ncullure. and a better use Of on of all fa that a represented more than hall reaourcea generally M ,. m y,, nece**ary lo diversify the ecufatct that i nod" i %  the presteparatt he value of her oxpnrts Then Uj latalit} Whl of the area by devclopm*; U west Indian economies appeared Industrie* and BO on so that it which iti the shape of two diseases I t e efc ad the bana n a plai I ihe Panama Disease and Lem all thtae factors culminated in the Weat treauui raM of 11.37 id IB38 lii the latU-i >eai .1 Hoya] Commission under the chairmanship of Lord H 3 %  Itad the West Indian Colonli ':.uch at the mat Ul UM past) of fluctuating world prices for commodities and of diseases and other %  Next must be considered the. external measures to be taken The dominant industry In the West Indies 1* sUll sugar. The immediate future is safeguarded 1 ited in IMC fhat there *>y bulk purchase contracts with was "a pressing need for larger *he Ministry of Food but the fuexpenditure on social services ami ture depends upon a number of development which not even the uncertain external factors The least poor "f the West Indian West Indies are now pressing 10* can hope to undertake a ten-year agreement Irom thru own resources." Itoth internally and externally . it luis become clear that thenA special organisation was set mutt ^ collUnullv of p^, and made %  vaUabia foe .elfare and re search Tin( ..iu.ili.il!. luartert %  hi altli. agriculture, education, %  OCial welfare and soon. The Aral . bnund to itxptorator) and preparatory, but by the vm\ of 1!M4 Krauts %  0 id been has been felt cant years, not only In the Col(irii.il Office but in the W<*t Inthat the 1 .n onl\ be achieved by UM tederaI the West Indian Coloniea. wj; This brings Da to the moat Important question of all in *.\. %  Indies i..-day. Federation ha* l>een under con,.!i ration for a great many years approval The Colonies ara so insular and The new act of 11MT, increased I the funds available for 1! nies to £120 million for ten years. The separate colonies were then Informed of the amount of BSsrstame which they would prob idily receive ami were asked lo work out ten year plans ba*ed on tnese a I location". Ibatn are, rha 1 ted%  lerritorie? 1 principle of a (Man % %  V b each tunstiiueut uni! retain complete ..... %  federal gOVOrBl I DO belief 11,11 creasing measure of responsibility ,'. % %  |l The most Important result of tUng up of tha Britih Cant riJrnT 1 *" ,n Wanding < wear Aaaoetatl ',.,. teal put. i opl ri in t! %  MR to %  % %  vanced areutly since 1922. In the the I from the on. undeiUinw purpOBI ol %  %  %  % %  lUcal ii.'ti-iremi'in J feeUng Is ao %  trong that It for the m ,. not^rmtlher surprising that •Mthln %  the inidauTTfor etaaer nssoelaI ritish Commonv 1 tun, ha. rome from the Couiolal rt-oont in tad om vra aaaumt rurUM U I we have m char* A Commission undi-r the enair,.„„„,, there 1enei.d ... %  manahlp of the praaarrt uwd ( ,__. Halifax reported 1 teed aitho il The Colonial Development Coropinlon wa found to be almost £'" ID'IIIII lit set m> m ItUR uii'li • 1 > .< Thu Tt _ ,. UUtllioil A'is portion was set up m 1MB with iman i m ,,,,,i v torles fori between the earned." The form -— again"* %  !" ,-i federal government proposed ^ %  ^ayWK KZ23Z Cloaer Union Conference of^ 1932 (|> All ., ra i lan p3l was also abortive. In the Report ^^ f f ) ni|pi) „,.„ of the Moyne c ^. m "^_,?f ihori' ^lioiild br a Houf of Anem. 1M38-3B, however, the opinion hU ^ |lf)v ( 1( i ., ( (| inPm bers. a > nominated .: Btato, atghl for development in the colonies. rha Waal Indian branch of this Corporation, under the (hainmiiiblp -.f Lord Trefgonie. has leen latabhshed In Jamaica. The wa (-..rp-irationaim r tl,..t ..f UOB improving the standard of living .1 U colonial pooplti by Increei |ng thi-iT producUvlt) and wealth Thli ami is elosely linked w.ith the objective of i^ueing the dollar deficit. "The average Went Indian," siiys the Report, "spends some 40 hll in. oma "ii imported gooda, the bulk of which come from the dollar area clearly C-JIF method of redueuig these deficits 1 light bt t" Increase the production of food in the area %  %  a arhota and. it I.I.SMI.IP. also the production "f the -.impler manufactured commodities. If this-is achieved by developing new reaaaroh, using labour which Is at present unemployed, and capital equipment whioh is at preaent inadequate, real increase in productivity will result." the Report Commission of however the P' n '" l:!v of fl „ v M ihr Brttnh ponrniuu >' Iho THEGAMBQl-g %  -. 1 ,..,,!.., of winch would, under 1 Prime Mn.te: constltut* %  Cabl net, and 1 Couarnor-Oeneral. Tli Dotnlrdor. hobld I-' .'iled Tlie Rrltlsh Can %  r. h BtlOO I lie Trialdad What of the fulure. 1 The success -t the Federation ,f ,t comai trn beb is I beuere ; . ,.! %  il, ,i d will), seems t< me to depend IMR>II ihe development <>f a Waal Indian consciousness. Education and cull 1 1 clearly have an essential function as umf% ing foni's The UniverBity College of the Went Indies is already ploying Its part umongst the potanttai U %  bul the only secure basis of a real democracy in the West Indies 1an educated people and here the function of community education is a vital ideal to which policy should be nrtaiuc t the United stateol II t Caribbsi One fact emerges very clearly from the past and present plstvrv Of the West Italian economy and that is that it cannot be considered in isolation The prosperity ol the West Indies has always defended upon factors outside 'rir Caribbean area and outside West Indian control. Even in their most prosperous years the West dm Indian Colonies were entirely The difficulties, as Mr dependent upon Great Britain for Jones has pointed out, "are very s „ .,-,„, r „", h is been recognised that pii*,peilt> and as soon as leal Die van..us MB|M "f l""", ,. | %  /, [,„,..,, ,.,<. %  HHtish policy changed lo free pies in some of the territories v ., , N .t ,.,...,.,,,„ ally th. Hade Ihe whole economic a truethe difference with respect \-> rePl .| %  '" ,, (J || then OOUM I tVOI DS Bll the world supply of sugar and . .- —,„ „, ,. political dependence whatsoeve yet they are dependent on this ""*>•" J"J ,ie *| *V .'. "PW ""' United BtatS. With bS industry for half their agricul%  %  v "-' w %  *•• '" "• !" l "' , i !" f sister dominion Canada, an amal tural wealth. "The Coloniea are ci..iilutional developiue:/ ; .iion is equally unlikely bul thus faced with a basic dilemma nereni cuionie. is m such differ„,..,,. ,, li ,., v ieilSon to ^i the way out from which, it now eni stages. Despite ihe obVMua ,iiat there would he an extension seems clear, lies In the field of Ciltlculties and any lack ol agree„< ,| u | r,ie agreement and an in111irrnat.ui1.il economic relations." ment upon federation, event:ia\r lenslAeatlOn of friendly relations As the Report on the Colonial compelled the West Indian ColonIt is recognised thnt there would Teintuues fin 1M8-9 points out. ics to work in closer and closer iuc-vilubl> be some treasure "any programme for Colonial DeaaaoeJatlon in recent years. The economic dependence upon Great velopment t<> bo successfully carexistence ol Ihe rjevelonnaol and Britain at the outset and that it 1 ie.l out need, t" he considered Welfare Organise 1 U M evii" expected that fchc would help to in, relationship w.lh the .tol.iue D( IhlS Ollau STl M '"' %  DomtBlOO on her feet nomic progranuna of the United creaUon i>f tha Caribbean Comsctsnun %  Kingdom and wilh Ihe Kuropean t .Ission on .i Wed Indian regional It ,, ;| lt m) | ( im | f rtC that j Recovery Programme. "This does NaUs, srlth COnletenoSSever] Othei ,(,.',,,' ,., renuUn In the Common not mean that Elrltish Colonial year, and the setting up Ol the „..,!, n wa fxfr, ,i 1,, people ecoiKimic policy is being subor i-anWK-an Keseareh I'.iimcll ,,f ;. wide range of POlltkal rle dinai.ii t<> thiit of the United ,.,,,,, nferesices with raoiark Kingdom of Europe. The primary 1-malU. In IsHS, Colonel Cflivci lj( ^hemenea and un.mimitv. criterion must continue to bo the Stanley, then Sei retai. As Sir Harold Butlai pointed ou interests of the colonial territone* for tha Coloniea, sent a despatch 10 ,, the Sun n School last real On the one hand Ihe colonies the West Indian legislatures which die British Commonwealth 1 themselves depend for their ecoresulted 111 the holding of the unique In that It makes provisioi notnk development on the ability Conference on the Closei AeSOCv.,thin its framework for thi of the tinned Kingdom to iation of the British A'. % %  Il itlsfaetlon of legitimate national provide the basic means of deColonlei srhlch n M '' plrationi velopment—tlnance, capital eonpn ,11 Jamaica in IB47 The I Will conclude, if I may, S/ttb %  .1 10008 and -killed personReport of its pfOCeedlni refteCl 1 %  made I. Mi lie. -eh On the other hand, the colxlll wl(( ,. va net> ol views held Jones at the opening of the Moil onles provide substantial quanlitl nls su bject by West ind titles of bsadc raw materials and Jamaica appeared unwilling ai f,,u.t. need.-.1 i.> the United King(inil ,„ ilN llM „. In( burden dom," smaller and less 1 n ,s clear then I lliink. Ihat ] ' there mu* be Sucnal and exto*beuriheMr. ie.ni nu.iMur for placing the centre! problem appeared to be the u "f the West Indies upon '.'at differences m constitutions! foundaUon tteveloprnenl Whid nai naeoaures would have Drstt The right snswai I iconor lie I..11HS I .i 1 t Published by John Murray Us. s>d.> (Reviewed by Joan I "km. 1 LONDON :i is most unreasonable. In hia oh, "Dress" Mr. Jam: abundanily clear. His 1 to p>oint out how and why fashmns In men'l and women's • %  lmnged during the past two hundred years. "So deeply is tiOB Cjf Fashion embedded In our present-day ideas about clothes, that many peoI... grig lad tn thg premature conclusion that they ore the saine thing." A u R centuries ago Fashion, as we know it to-day. had scarcely any Influence Upon i clothes. In those days, there were DO lewtng machlnee or other labour-saving devices, which was one reason why the change US j clothe^ waa to restricted. So Mr. Laver refers prmeipally in his book to thl I i clothea, according to James I.aver They ore: the Attraction Principle, the Hieurtiiieal Principle (which was very marked in the eighteenth century when there was no possibility of mistaking the attorney's clerk fol the tine gentleman), and the Utility Principle (not to be contused wilh tax-free garment but meaning practicality and function). In a hundred :ind lifty years woman's clothes in Western Europe have almost <\hausted the possible gamut of change, ant ghe hi I self has changed her shupe to a degree which, if encountered in any other creature, would lead us to suppose a whole series ol different species. "'Fickle woman'—or is it OUT attitude to woman which is constant ly and changing her?" asks James Laver. Apparently women's clothes, according i> this eminent authority of costume, are functional in that their purpose is to attract men. Hv adds "We men find il hard to believe this . whatever the length of their skirts, they And reasons for their practicality. All such reasons are excuses, post-rationalizations, as the psychologists call them." Many women will certainly disagree sharply with this view, but consider whai has happened during the last fifty years. Skills hav -wept the ground, and cleared tha knees. Women have had wasp waists and no waists at all. "We have seen them amplifying the natuial charms of the bust and we have seen them abolishing the boeoin altogether. We have seen them with hail piled upon the top of the head, and we have seen them bobbed, shingled and Eton-cropped. Hips exaggerated, nips ignored; ankles tittered at, calves shamelessly exposed; high necked bodices and backs bare to the waist hats like cart-wheels, hais like pudding basins; complexions carefully preserved from the English summer; skins as carefully dark *iied in the Mediterranean sun.'' Mr. Laver punctuates his remarks cruclh with weuVchosen illustrations. One can hardly repress a shudder when facec with a coy flapper of the 'twenties, ur a trouser-elad sophisticate of the thirties. Judging by bathing beauties of the last fifty yesu*& loo, women would appear to have changed Iheir shapes as well as their outer coverings It was amusing to see Myrna Loy in at: unattractive costume, vintage 1928. Why did the first women to play golf weat Mill white masculine collars? It did not heli, their game, but presumably they felt more "manly'' in them. There are two faacinating chapters or children's clothes, pointing out the advantages as far as comfort was concerned, it being the child of poorer parents. In tin Seventeenth century (illustrated by Princi James Stuart and his sister) we see the un ft-1 lunate little girl dressed elaboratelv ir a long dress with a train, a corset anil fimtail] e Men are not ignored in the book, althougl for obvious reasons the concentration is 01 women. Apparently the only way to nun* duce comfortable clothes for them, is to do i by bringing in sports clothes. These, in tin COUieg go to Ihe other extreme, for, says Jame> Laver. "in spite of Socialism, there |g ru |c prestige even to-day in hard physical tol lie the true grsarnssi of the British Ulld w ' nearly all wear clothes which an e.iltli intended to ihOW that We do not do It" D.v.scorr TO-DAY'S SPECIALS ft CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE lire ll\ll Illl.Ot: II \> in.i hi vi -\l MOIf i M i i i;i V'N m i R i • i %&mm IM*I i'i*-thtpi rttn CRYSTAUSED r'HUIT CHEWING GUM t UUNAKY COLOURS 1'n.k, Yellow PEANUT mi rra soi THWELLS MINCI AUSTRALIAN HAMS .'-.ut 14 lb. sjjefa KARDOM \H TIPS II V CARJfS CHERSI CRISPS THREE MAYS PINEAP1 U I THREE BAYS TOMATOI S YAN IIOUTEN .... OXO CUBES l...t. .. H .24 .... I i nferenes ^>f which he man: "Il in our tank as .i British Government to create. %  I (.II ,iwe ean. the which are essential for good i HI nil the territories' under oill control." Hi rein, i believe) In the mciy ment MI history, will be IIIUTAIX is riti :I*AIU ii n uw III II:>IIIJ: BIOKI it i \ 1X>N1X)N The blow fell on Sunday. Din it would be false to describe this week uf crisis ;is similar to UQtgr 01 Mil Suiui.iy marches Ihrough EurOBO n pro. war days Out narves have hard" ened. OV has the moral flbro stiffened1 Man> ..-k.d ihemselves and one another if this WBI the prelude to war. In the first fortyeiRhi hours of the Communist Invasion Korea their was sickening tear that nothing could be dene, no iccsture rnade, t<. help the defender". Then came news ol Iho President's deebion from Wash, ington. Rumours sped In front of the newLondon was clearly prepared to accept the consequences of throw inn down the challenge to the forces of world communism. What a contrast to u pre-war erisfc There were no agitated. i es ties* crowds looking up involuntarily at the sky. I went ili.wn White, hall and walked past No. 10 ..n the wv l the House of Commons There waiting '•an with the umbrella." The crisis moment era ver* differently, it to be able to report hone att j thai Britain Is mentally prepared la .... Ihe I IMS ol our I'""Tin-war In Korea, whatever Ihe oulCOtnC (as I Sfrite new LS better. bul still confused.) Is sarvlng M ,i lest ol the deterrnlnatlon %  •! tha trea srorhl In the ih'iise ol Cornmooe. that Biternoon ol Ihe t*restdi I elsion. report had I) >' that the Prime Mnhriei had new to give He announced In advanos that ha arould the debate—tt wan on the Schu man Plan—and few of us forgot to make the comparison with Ihe agitaled manoeuvring and stage managing that haroMad Mr. Chamberlain's announcement ol .in Invitation t<> Oarmanj from Hitler. iii-.< inir. rani Winston Churchill flni I pororaUon .\ brilliant danunclalion .if the Sodallal Insular ,-.. '...lv.une European Union Tha Prtroa i ivse He ntauages to small rigun aritta .i Ana manner "' speaking, an elo<|uent way with M. ,.t the OUOtry IhBt something was being done Thi-. '^.. ne nine t..r studying Hue detail* The IsnpllcaUens could wait What maUered ares tiiat the Soviet Union had been challenged tc. turn tho local war between North s itti Korea into a major war between Kast and Eft You may read this from th:* keptn.il dutanea ' many thousands i.r mllas from London *ou maj '.ithai why Britain could stand calmly through this crln was that rcsponsibilily for defying world Communism is in Washington not in London And U sen n truth In thai Hut re. thai the United states caxBaot .ni without hei rUlles The moral strength of U the determination of %  .ii sfacarthui ie Commander in Japan Hut M was ,, noble cheer thai went up in the House of Commons when the Government an. nounced a trifle diUhlei.tl. I thought, that British naval li.rcc in Ihe Far East was on a par v. .th American forces And The linpliculiuiis There nrr Am dOUl • i Brii port of America Ihe r'.,i Easi r-. Of course heads to make al surd .'f other mastei % %  > hove issued, in their lu\ ihest, a call t. tha woricei i to rafuaa landing arms t.. ,\ aggressors" in Korea But these %  rades Influence i i i bul %  few (anal leal I (in.i.i. ntatlj tha Communisi : Mlj Worker," is rumoured lo be i Mnancial collapse Into weekly publication! But there Ii ooa OUM r th recording DO IS not .'online.. Chiang K BCK I i PI Main w.i U Pn i ha t Trunuu • %  sion of his Formosa': ,-ti %  %  % %  rellsaimo Those with any knowledge of 1 East are :hat the Kornutsan islanders can I endure Chiang's military rule If the I...Id American strokt signed lo ' with Japan Captions Tu Car loons "Anothi r war In tha Far East. 1 thought Krrul Flynn had put an end to all that" — under drawing by Gits*. Under a drawing Of a harrassed Foreign OITIee h I.ittlehuinph.u sends her love", says the secrethe telephone, "ana please do rOU think the Russian-: will move before Goodwood"— %  inothet QUei undar . of a sulky version <>t llsN Guash) Moran'Brother, here's me with my rls and Wimbledon not even on the front Baytsun of The Wee* lard Kilchener" Calypso Singer "* hope you West Indians arc pn.. id To see the performan.West iMlas." Moseaw Spokesman: Tl.. events in Korea were | by the :dtack of Soutli Koi troops." Mr Kofcerl Bolhb>. FieeilTS StW M p recalling ;i made in 1928. 'I think I anticipated the Schuman Plan b\ twenty-two years." Crisis in the Strand Let's go down the Strand l! w can. On reaching Aldwych, nearly, wa erill be halted by om of the most aggressive traffic Jams it has ever been UM of modern m.in to ,n %  ., %  Becau <• road alteratloi i ing made to allow irafti. "•e Pa in" mon at %  year. "Charlie Suet fuu I according to Btacheomber, m th* irozen maelstrom < %  the Junction of WclUngti %  islands, eai .. ip in | ti.illl. will Islands, on going i uld go through • In every fourth island, starting from the left, outside the GaielTheatre . s LEO HAMS —Whole or CHI TINNED HAMS—1 -i/.-. SI,K ID BACON GOLD BRAID KIM TOP MiK II RUM I'ltlMIH BRANDT Vllil.l.r: CUBE I'll Kl.lli MEAT LIQUEUR CARROTS 11 SNIPS, till U Y J. & 11 BREAD (.;uh Ii.al \% t.i|l|H'dl s(M.ill i) BAISINS — 16c. per II). CROWN DRINKS ; Plavonn GODDARD 'S


Saturday
July &
1950

U.S. TROOPS





Miss Ward Will

Make Griffiths Talk

What Does The Colonial
Office Know About W.1.?

(From Our London Correspondent)
LONDON, Juiy 7.

ETERMINED to find out how much the Colonial Office
7 know of the territories under their control, Conserv-
ative MP. Miss Irene Ward has decided to open a private
question front in the House of Commons. Her first atten-
tions are to be devoted to the Caribbean, and in the next
fortnight she will ask Mr. James Griffiths, Colonial Secre-

tary three questions relating to the West Indies.
Miss Ward told me today she was particularly interested in
West Indian Welfare, following a three months’ holiday
recently spent in Jamaica, t

“I think the West Indies are

‘ .
W I S extremely interesting” she said,
“and I want to make re at
we hould oO ake sure tha

now they’ve got a University, THIS IS NOT somebody's Sunday chic

College, that full and best use is | centre) weighs 6 Ibs., 14 ovs., as compar
ace Future In «© j wet

One question Miss Ward ha



B tter He rt tabled for July 18 asks what s Ne B ’ e tion to.) prevent wat Pravda nsk whether “he wil A
e a rovision there rill be a . “ statec iter. pe sider setting up & inists
[University "Condge for we | Better Service Giant eet W eighs of Sport and ‘Physical Cu

1e | ,

SAYS TIMES Indians to take studies in a
making subjects and crafts of B l a W. I

(From Our Own Correspondent) » isle ‘ }
LONDON, July 7. | ‘"¢, islands petween ofe





(Price:

Aduncate “3”

After Two Days Running









A



;
| 3!
| From Koreans
“Cold War
On the KOREAN FRONT, July 7.
| G 1444 MERICAN ground forces struck back and re-
€ tting gained 10 miles of lost “round today under
a6 the cover of smothering air at wcks on Communist
Hot’ armour. eh
Korea’s skies buzzed with rucket-firing Invader
isin ee bombers which pinned down Northern tanks while
Soviet Communist Party said to.{ @.I’s after two days on the run from heavily
y that the “cold wai that} superior forces took the initiative and probed north
ecobaliad “hot”. 7 But ge i“ ur again.
a ee linnd’ ade | send | ae Generak) MacArthur's Tokyo
deleated, Pravda said according tt oye . | COMMS aaie Mint. commis
Mts... British Sport ws pushed forward elsewhere

jalong the frontline making con-
tact with defenders covering posi-
| tions north of Magung—which is

Needs Ministry
25 miles East of Yongtaek—to

People in various countries who
signed the Stockholm Peace had
in fact taken the pledge which
meant “I shall stop trains, refuse
to unload arms from ships, deprive
planes of fuel, take weapons away
from mercenary, forbid my son
nd husband to fight in the forces
and deny food, telephone services
and transport to the Administra

Naval patrols on both coasts bom-

» asked to set up a Minis : .
ol a Sport ba sid w of barded oil tanks, bridges and
Britain's “resent failure in | attacked shipping. They were
international sportin fired on from shore without
events

ken but a buge beet among small beets. The giant beet (in the

ed with the average beets. around it are three or four of which effect

A spokesman said that Allied



John Haire (Labour) wi 4
B26, F80, F51 and F82 aircraf
“jumped” a Korean column of
1,000 troops and 40 to 50 tank



ture for the purpose of stin No reports had been received yet

but considering the strength of th



force, we are confident that sevet



r © M ulating an d= encour
U.S. ! ust training in organised g

at home and maintai:

gr Stn



T T tplé Jamage was done. One bearded
; , ss explained that she hi: da
he Times leader this morning E t id |

n been disappointed to find wocd A d B 2 2
under the heading “West Indian | <.,,.; . Hidden: edhe clon t
Sugar” hails the news” carving and similar crafts werc n rl a in

“good

Over Six Pounds

haggard G | who reached safety
after an 18 mile trek from Osa!

Y our national prestige
Step Up i abroad

. mn ‘ In the last two week commented we could have
a : aot , ay ¥ > >s{ f dds res ‘ “re 20 dan Ds , ies ‘

that sugar discussions between tices Miyata sae J a we A Goddards yesterday there was on display a beet 80 . " tee pee eee ee: ee

His Majesty's Government and] that many shops stocked goods | From Our Own « | huge that it could easily have been mistaken for a full adto service the West Indies and at foot and’ anoush ammuntiies

the B.W.I| have ended in agree-| ‘8! many shops stocked goods ) LONDON 3} | grown sweet potato |T ball to Spain and the United

ment, made in Haiti. a " ———————

Three months old and weighing States in Brazil, and had

| 6 lbs., 14 ozs., this beet was grown

P {in the kitchen garden of Mr, J. N General David Sarnoff, chats
i. | Geddard man of the Radio Corporation ot

America wants a $200 million ring

' ‘ " ‘ 7 tu-|. The future of sea tacilitic Two Planes Lost
The West Indies, it says, have} ,?™m sure that, given opportu-|) ) 00. Hittin sind the ‘iWteut
obtained useful and important nities. West Indians could develop Indie e anc ‘ e West
assurances which “introduce into| @ 'eally good woodcraft industry, was reviewed this after

ihe agreement an element of elas- she said, and I feel facilities | "00M. For over an hour Mr. Albert

V ASHINGTON, July 7 been eclipsed at Wimbledon

General MacArthur head
fenni

quarters announced the toss of

LONDON, July 7 + ‘ al — ens
Prime Minister Attlee is t Chunju another 15 miles east
(Reuter.) |

two Douglas Invader aireraft i











































1ernment’s action supporting the
Security Council. Opposition
‘Leaders came out in support of



treat of American units in the
@ On Page 5

|
|
> + . . ; = se y Was Sa a ! I s este y
ticity.” |! should be available for training omes and Mr Harold 4 Robinsor WINDOW ise oe hr th y a Bi = of American radio stations set ne ? RET Ti OVO" ern acho , ores Korea ; " a .
The Times says this was doubt-|@t the University College.” (members of the B Ww I. suga ment of “Agr iculture : im fo encircle Russia and het te “fa me dtst tac ie one
less already implied i a |delegation) discussed the entive oi 5 lites | oOo important target North Korea
less already implied in the terms Miss Ward’ — ion | position with Mr. James Griffith: ; oe ; | ote ssterd th tatement added
of the agreement as interpreted ise ard’s first question | position with Mr. James Griffiths THE semi-finals of the Gper The United States is tragicall yesterday the stateme adc
by the Food Ministry but “it is|C0Mes up on Monday when she | Colonial Secretary and assured Championship of the Barbatio | ? e behind the Russiane ft os 8 | Missions included a radar bombing
more than useful that there should | Will ask Mr. Griffiths to call for | him that great improvements were true aes pero ae | oviels nternatioual radio, he told the eC 8 ry “ a ee ee
‘ Z s patently 4s os. | . . $ “ : 5 } the t
he no uncertainty in the minds of | ee report on prison ae De % ee nm en EP esi Sa AF Senate Foreig Balations Con 7 ae i north of th 38th
the West Indian producers.” conditions in the West Indies,! ‘twas pointed out to Mr know local and wven Inte ‘ . i nittee S parallel. Bad weatber prevented
Until the Government's policy| @nd make it available fcr the Griffiths that there were several colonial Tables Tennis cirele rotest elo Russia aha its satellites were A urprise alr cre observing the result
had been tested, there was bound| ‘library of the House a of peopie at the prone al ht ae : Dart ag sam ; broadcasting to the world 832 { Light bomber oper ae We
1o be a sense of insecurity among| “I want to know whether the; time who wanted to travel be-| nteresth ames should be. wi { BI k hours of programmes per wee Says Ulbricht south of the 38th parallel-—th
producers, who had been victims] Colonial Office have this _infor- | tween Britain and the West Indies Su ireenidge Goodin ocKrade The United States was putting out y border between North and South
in the post poe oe Sones on ena immediately avalible”, | asanpes, Parti . a ee = ae sy or : Witenes { 192 BERLIN, Jul acre a eens ee . oe
Sugar sales for their livelihood. she said, “I want to make sure | P@8sages : PO cciyayl vscding vg (¥.M.C.A.) ale a , 7 The Committee is hearing evi The West Berlin “Sozial Damo. }attacks in the vicinity of Fyons
.The agreement announced last} they really know what goes on in it was no good expecting the | son (Everton) ee ae Foreign TE: ily the ,;dence on the Senate Resolution te krat” re nt rted today “that Walte: |taek, 18 miles south of Suwon
night” concludes the Times, should} the Colonies.” French line to carry the| All matches will be three-best | exchange of Soviet and American | increase America’s “propagand: | Ulbricht, East German Deputy | Three missions were aimed at
help them face the future in Questi three on her list due|Purden. That was only serving ‘o} in five games and these will give | : pars h’ ) =e aaa > Ttank, vehicular and troop concen
hee n ; 1estion three on her lis ue inGlite “‘Byit ee the West| the players the opportunity te °]| Motes on the naval blockade of | ° truth Premier, told high officers of th ank, \ te
etter heart. ‘ to be answered on July 18, d-, wer Se ue Nain irom. the est) show their stamina | Korea introduced a new grave| The State Department has sub-} “People’s Police” that American |trations, Six to 10 tanks wel
Good Will with unemployment por Ps f element into the Asian situation,| mitted to President Trumy : fection in Korea has taken the}left burning after one raid tt
In the new undertaking on| Mr. Griffiths will be asked) There was immediate need sot The Seviet Union’s note to} Plan for expanding its “Voice o' | Soviet Union by surprise statement added a.
West Indian sugar, the British| what policy is recommended in additional British Oma ars Bar Washington said the blockade was|4merica” information — servic Moscow had expected South Strafing missions carried out by
Government have given tangible| the West Indies for dealing with Ronait mn eee uta facilities, it 6 QO a new act of aggression on the} Satnoff said “in the past twe] orea to be overrun in one week, jets accounted for six tanks and
evidence of their-good will, the) unemployment amonc adoles- | Wet as rad og be! tidtes and | part of the United States, which | Weeks Russia has stepped up its] Ulbricht was quoted as saying. |seven trucks destroyed No wr
Times stated. It was to be hoped] cents. That will cleat* up Miss | P 50 . v ay would be held responsible for the | Service to North America to 2¢] The report could not be confirm- | opposition was met Bad weather
that when the delegates — “who| Ward’s immediate enquiries, but | 5° for _themse a eee consequences of damaging the in- | ours @ day, 7 days a week” ed from any other source.---Renter.| limited the number of sorties te
represent not only the sugar pro-{ she assures me she wil] soon be, ©Xisting in the islands and to an terests of the Soviet Union | The United States he said, wa 158.
ducers but the whole population] back with a further stack of oe TT of view of the in- The Soviet Union was seen by | Particularly weak in stations | ¥ ° ® North Korean forces had about
— ot} 5 rabitants, as § i ae oa . io ; s i : our-
fhe Wack Ietles eeula Rnd tht Sessions Similarly West Indians would 99 observers to be reacting to what ea ma ny phen Philippin Conscription In 150 vans with acetone: erm \
mh r. ; ee ; sabdeiic. os was considered here a direct threat rough the Mediterranean and ed vehicles spread over the Troi
contract in its present form _ be able to come to Britain and Of W ' : " . Nain on lis Wy . ‘ ‘ Their «trength wv concentrated
acceptable. , - | find out just what the country was| ar to the nation's own Far Hastern | — sciall ' The United States [2° chins dai pe tis 5.5 Sha
aoe 7 ee aere ¥ oe } ’ interests specially required he said in the wes ection in
Misgivings of West Indians are MENZIES ALLS like The Sov were both meditim and shortwav was mostly confined to gueril
; 7 teten ; ‘ . ’ y VASHINGT f
easily to be understapd. They | Mr. Griffiths listened sym | SAYS NEHRU I ¢ es Act mi taora had >\- stations of high scailieel i Seca WASHINGTON, July 7 vctivity
suffered very muchin the past FOR RECRUITS pathetically to these views, and | | ink y : aclally declared that the | vite tran; India, Paiciatas, Phil The United States Government |" ; ;
ulong with other primary produc- w Mr. Gomes told me afterwards ho | NEW DELH : | pared aes actions were an tppines Gavan aha ; sossibly or] (cday ordered the use of conserip General MacArthur's —head-
ers when prices fell catastrophi-| ; 4 hoped early endeavours would be} prime Mir ELHI, July 7 open aggression against Korean Ciba: alan thet I vp tion to bring military forces to the quarters were “very interested
cally in times of depression. CANBERRA Australia, July 7. made to remedy the situation. ime Minister Nehru said today and Chinese People’s Republie: - “ Be a lortwave Stations! strength needed for the Korear in whether any northern divi
Se } : Prime Minister Robert Menzies 7 | India had not offered and did Reuter. in Alaska beamed into Siberia War. All three Armed Services sions were of international
“It is this country’s belief that|to-day called on Australians to | hot intend to offer to mediate over —Reuter vere authorised to exceed the character the spokesman said
violent fluctuations in the fortunes |enlist in the armed forces here . | Korea Nehru told reporters cverall budget ceiling for military and there would be an immedi-
of primary producers ought to be and now in view of the Korean P L ce Nab India can offer her good offices | o : ‘6 e ; personnel dbs Snnouncement if any evi
avoided by concerted internation-|crisis. Mr. Menzies moved that | OU f for mediation only if requested to} 1nese eds till Ho e? The Defence Department an-| dence were found
al action and the Government|the House of Representatives ap- | ‘ é ° | do so by parties concerned nounced that the overall ceilings Intelligence officers were posi-
have deliberately decided to buy|prove Government's action giving B ditKin “g | Replying to a question Nehr..| ’ on n branches of the Armed Ser-|tive that the North Korean Ait
a small part of the country’s |the United Nations aid in the an 8 jsaid if there was any chance of en econ or French vices which had restricted their|Force was missing South Korean
sugar in the free market in order | Korean conflict. Both Houses ‘ y |peace out of any kind of negotia- a” expansion had been lifted. Mili-| markings
that they may make this effective.! unanimously endorsed the Gov- [ ieutenant |tion, he would “go to the ends tary enlistments also will be used] Referring to the reported re-
of the earth’’.

Round Of War

By MICHAEL FRY, ' PARIS, July 7

Explorer”’ jto step up the size of variou

India had been working through services.——Reuter

2 PALERMO, July 7 \diplomatic channels to secure|
'Mr. Menzies’ motion and told Par- Police today arrested Fro Man- | admission of Communist China to

‘liament that all Australia's fight-| nino, said to be one of the most) the Security Council. That and Renter's Correspondent The family of 3~year-old

ARMS SHIPMENTS ing services need recruits and] yuthiess killers among the lieuten-|the return of Russia to the Security . SUCCESS July 7 Raymond Maufrais, French ex
: won ne P Ss 8 i euten ) Ss ecurity LAKE SUCCESS, July 7 ; é r a i
warned of the preparation that) nt. of Salvator Giuliano, Sicily Council, @@hrn declared “eee Ghiuese Communists by bring plorer-journalist who has disap

SYDNEY, July 7 comes too late. Joseph Chifley, |«pobin. Hood” bandit who wal | necesseiy a oe : . ae ..| peared in the matted jungle of |
. BA ane »| | ssary conditions to enable the | ing into the Korean War the ques : 4 i : rs oe
The Federal Executive of the|former Prime Minister and now last | Council to discharge its functions | ion of Formosa have in the opin- Northern Brazil, said here today

SEAMEN BOYCOTT



\shot dead in a gun baitle



» ist - s ig ea-| Opposition Leader issued a state- : oad ' . : she, anid ‘we have not given up—Raymond |
Sante elion it ae abel evant on behalf of the Labour | eens who has been accu ed | adequately ae Seed Se Son oe va Seond’ ak t . Geited” Na. was # young man of immense de- |
i "s WOl s- | Party He said he agreed that “aa rict cjconflict to a prompt and peaceful | Seco cote ee . ict | termination and iron courage.”
that its members would not trans-| Farts 0% ag a" \of killing most of the victims Of]... olusion.” tions war against Communist lina an vurag

| s ;

port war materials to Korea. The|United Nations intervention in! Giuyliano’s seven-year “reign 0

The editor of Sei€nees Et Voy
decision affects nearly all Aus~|Korea will probably do more than | ¢error’, was believed to have bee

North Korea, ‘
Most sources here believe that; #8¢s. French magazine for which

Beyond Capacity







ni

trelian merchant seamen who are janything else - prevent a third | the man who escaped over a w all } Military assistance to South|the statement of Chou-En-Lai.| Maufrais had been commissioned
members of the Union.—Reuter. | World War.—(Can. Press.) when police bullets killed Giuli-| Korea, Nehru said, was beyond] Chinese Communist Foreign Min-| to chronicle his lone journey, also
| ano. India’s capacity and would make | ister, constitutes a threyt of inter refused to believe reports from |

—— a See maT | His capture means that _ only | little differenc | vention in Korea Brazil that the young adventurer

|three or four of Giuliano’s band,| «The best assistance India can| The general feeling here was| had died of starvation
oO ern aveman 1s 100 strong, are still at larg *- |render is help in limiting the area|that the gap between East and | He may have stumbled on
Others have all been killed or | of conflict and trying to end it ”!| West inside the United Nation me primitive tribe and be living
ae | captured by Col Ugo uea, vet | Nehru assessed the chances of | had been widened. It was thought vith them” {t said. Maufrais

j eran soldier who directed she ‘nti- |the Korean dispute turning into a|if Chinese Communists open| easoned explorer despite hi

ra i} Tl 1S oman | Guiliano campaign.——Reuter {world war at “fifty fifty” |\sided with North Korea it would| youth—-had made many hazard

ce In accepting the Security Coun- | make the admission of Communist | ous Jt gle journeys and was the



VIENNA, July 7. | \cil resoluti on Korea, India} China into the Unfted Nations vil | only Iropean ever to penetrate
; i ‘ ‘stain valley, Drowned After \did not accept “any enlargement | tually impossibl rtwice the forbidden territory of
Three hundred policemen today sped to a mountain val ey | 1a Pisses nat soas nad This weuld, it ie of most| the Chavante Indiar Reuter
following a mountaineer’s story that he had been threatened | |of those resolutions,” he said, add-

Ship Fight jing they referred to “aggression experts here, keep the Sor jet}







>by a man he believed to be a hairy ene) ag et. jin Korea alone and to no other nee a “I the United Natior ne
: o : i 7 5 _ ° iss Helen |} WO 7S July 7 nit ” wy thereby splitting the organisatic s : ,
gate, ental > Sem e Oran ee tae | eae Tele et ola Wrenes| ton (Reuter) Tevoeably into twebo-ticcanp. | Otl Shipments To
0, ; ohne é wenty - year - olc an y |
intioeenongenraeh : —+" Miss Munro, 48-year-old British | T™an, quartermaster of the Brit- REGAINS SEAT yerurer |



mama | 1 7
Arts Council official, was found | ish liner Highland Chieftain, dis- | | Kar East Banned
9 bs Ti es el a| appeared overboard at dawn today KINGSTON, Ja., July 6

Leopold Ss |sealed’ um ed sapere Kotel jafter a quarrel and is believed Rupert Wilmot, P.N.P,, regained DUTCH DESTROYER Pp NEW YORK, July
j t ar masite ast | drowned his seat in the House which he | he United States has cut off
_@ | eotadar near Innsbruck ee The Highland Chieftain WasS|pave up after the General Elec- | TO AID S. KOREA from the Far East all shipments of
rot er-In- aw am jloading meat in La Plata. Toman |tjion in December owing to a THE HAGUE, July 7 oil and material with any wat
A d : technicality—he had a £5-a-year| p),, b HAGUE, July 4 potentiality, to prevent essential

ar se > trie ‘ a scuffle d with Ronal
The mountaineer said he tried | had cutie On cect : tre 1,796-ton Dutch destroyer | supplies from falling into the
BRUSSELS, July 7,













Bruges sentenced him to three!said to have a mania for building} To date, comple ecrecy had



awcock 1ip’s s é attend- . . |
to force the man, whom he recog-|Hawcock, ship’s hospital attend- | oontract with the Government for | ,. a 3 ae ‘i a ’ i
| nied as the “Caveman” from|ant, 30, after Bele et. ort Ithe rental of land—by an inc reased | vert I m vy egy Ph aged eB CNet Somes sympa
. Siw Cee ; rinking on shore ome nock- = - ets | she ay a, @ s, , w Yor mes re-
ee eet . Fine cnet aren k ast n then: spt ang | majority over the Labour candidate | reported here. She has a crew of potted in a Washington de Da h
Walter Baels, 40-year-old Rew ae aie ool gy Rte the lov erboard and struck out towards | : as i ction ye rn aa : 230. The destroyer is Holland’s | today
brother of King Leopold’s wife yaa ee ces "|the far shore of the Rio Santiago | Official standing of the House 48 | contribution towards the United) Tt said ¢ombined actions by the
Princess DeRethy, was arrested ee ee |River, which is about 500 feet|!7 Labour, 18 Socialists, 2 Inde-| Nations aid to South Korea | Departments of State and Com-
on the Franco-Beigian border last} Thickset, taciturn, 48-year-old | wide.—Reuter pendents.—Can. Press. \ —Reuter. | merce have imposed an embargo
night and detained in prison in|Zingerle, for whom polic e| c- oe pritis a wer of Hong
Brussels. jthroughout Western Austria and| mOn ' Ww a ie Portuguese
In 1946 the military court in|Northern Italy are searching, is'| ru man S S m or | Treaty port of Macao
years’ imprisonment for desertion. | elaborately furnished apartments | or all official actions
The sentence was still standing. jin caves of the Tyrolean mountains. | |
Baels when arrested last night, | | m eve Oo men |
was crossing the border into Bel-| Police investigations have dis-| 72 ie
gium to attend the funeral of his; closed that Miss Munro met Zin-! U.S. Will Appoint



















mother Madame Henri Baels who |gerle in front of the Patscher Kofel | WASHINGTON, J 7 ) achieved however we must the atomic energy programme if | 4 “=
died at Ostend yesterday. He had/Hotel on Saturday morning, and President Truman today asked| strengthen our own defences by| the past.” Concerning the new Allied C-in-C
not previously returned to Bel-|spoke with him. It is believed he | ( ongress for $260,000,000 to speed| providing the necessary atomic | money asked, Truman said the|
gium since the war. He lived in|made an appointment with her in| dévelopment on atomic bombs ar energy capacity” | plants to be built would be} LAKE SUCCESS. Juls
Paris and South France the mountains for the afternoon| push experiments on the hydro- He pointed out the state-|“advanced design ind = theit The United Natior Securite
At his trail it was alleged that| probably promising to show her; gen bomb. Tru aid the money; ment that his January directive| operation would provide new Cvigwsl toniaet . rhe the United
Baels was able to flee from!some interesting caves lwould be -u to enable the| called on the Atomic Energy Com-| knowledge that wi peed the |< xtes to aces ts ; aaa he ,
Belgium following the German Atomic Energy Commissior to} missior continue its work on| progress of the atomic energy|” “Ch sy Sor co A igea. fale are
invasion in 1940 Zingerle, said by police to have| build additional an mor effi-jall forms of atomic weapons in-| programme ; ‘ nes wire wt ‘ o rn as
Authorities in Lisbon served|disappeared from his home on|cient plants’ t it his| cluding hydrogen or fusion bomb.” Expansion in fope of Leia Ae 2h ie ah OF tne Re pierr
him with a mobilisation order|Monday, was sentenced to two} directive of Janu 31 ordering Ir thi new undertaking | atomic energy programme gives| © uth Korea Voting va sever
instructing him to join the years’ imprisonment in 1947 for| work on the hydrogen bomb (speeding up atomic energy pro- | added empha to the fact that)!" ravine with three sberention
Belgian forces who were continu-| keeping a girl in a cave on 7.500 The President said that the! nme) the Atomic Energy Com-| atomic energy has potentialities| A ote ens eee Sag ~ Fale ee
ing the fight from abroad. Baels|ft. Patscher Kofer, where Miss} fundamental objective is to use| m on has my complete confi-| both for destruction -and for the} meetin ince the Korean cri
did not answer the order, it was|Munro’s body was found | atomic energy for peace but he| dence based upon the able and| benefit of mankind” Truman said.| began Russia boycotted the session



stated. —Reuter, —— (Reuter) added “until his objective is} orous leadership it has given to (Reuter. ) | —Reuter.




PAGE TWO





Carb (Calling

IS LORDSHIP

anial Davis of
gone on a routine visit to the
British Virgin Islands. His wife i
at present staying in St. Thomas
for a week and after his visit
the Bishop will join her there
They will then proceed to Puerto
Rico for three weeks, spending
their time in the mountains one

Bishop Nath
Antigua ha

hundred and sixty miles out of
San Juan.
Army and Navy!
WO young Americans, Mr
Joe Brown and Mr. Geor

Mocullock who have been working
in Venezuela at the Jusepine Oil



Co., arrived on Thursday morning
from Venezuela via Trinidad by
B.W.1A,

Joe, who used to be in the Navy
during the war comes from Texas
and George hails from Oklahoma
he was in the US. Army

They are here for two weeks
staying at the Hotel Royal

Was at Codrington College

EV. EVERETT BUTLER, L.Th
who has been here for almost
five years studying for the Ministry
at Codrington College, left yester-
day by B.W.1.A. for Jamaica, in-
transit for the Bahamas
He was ordained in February
and is now a. Deacon in_ the
Anglican Church. On his arrival
he will be taking up .an appoint-
ment in Nassau, which incidentally

is

his home.

Expected This Morning
R.-BILL SIMPSON, son of
Mr.-and Mrs. Jack Simpson

of “WiTdale”’, Marine Gardens is
expected to arrive this morning

by T.GrA

Bill Who is at school in Canada
spent aâ„¢few weeks in Bermuda
en route

Here for Six Weeks
ISS DAPHNE and Miss
Romenia Ahloy, nieces of Mrs

Josef Adamira arrived from Trini-
dad on Thursday morning by
B.W.LA., to spend about six
weeks’ holiday in Barbados, stay-
ing with the Adamiras at Worth
ing.

Leaving by T.C.A.

R. R. BRUCE SKEETE of

Edgecumbe Plantation, St.
Philip and their two daughters
are due to leave this morning by
T.C.A. for Canada en route to
England.

To Join His Wife and Son

LSO leaving this morning by

T.C.A,. for Canada en route
to England is Mr. J. A. Haynes
of “Parkes”, St. Joseph,

His wife left for England by the
Golfito on June 20th. He will join
her there to spend the summer
holidays with their son Anthony,
who is studying Economics at
Pembroke College, Cambridge.

Gracita Faulkner Leaves
RACITA FAULKNER and. Mr.
_ W. Chambers, her accom-
panist left yesterday afternoon
for Trinidad where she will give
a series of song recitals, sponsored
7 hii British Council in Trini-
dac
Miss Faulkner certainly became
very popular in Barbados during
her short stay and her recitals
were all well attended



Cryptoquote:

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HE Cambodian
Hfnu
said:

philosopher
(pronounced Hfnu)
“Every woman wears
a mask. It takes a clever man
to find out whether it is more
than skin-deep.” His words came
back to me in connection with the
American actress who got engaged
to her divorced husband before he
recognised her “I just changed
my make-up,” she said,

The Situation at Narkover
FTER consultation with the
senior masters, Dr, Smart-
Allick thought that a second inter-
view with Mlle. Rainette Porte-
voix would be advisable, so that
they could iget to know her better.

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for the three L's, X for the two O's, ete. Single letters, apos-
trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints.
Each day the code letters are different.

A Cryptogram Quotation

TJTHN BVSMF LE LFGMWWLDWN

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GWMYYTHN—IKTEYTHGLTWR.

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Glass Bucket French Landing













SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1950





| -B.B.C. Radio Programine


















VER England on a _ visit NUMBER of West Indian SATURDAY uly
from Jamaica is Mrs, Terry tudents landed from the 7 The New i New
Blackman, owner of the fabulous Misr” at Marseilles last week} 4 » a st Sand e Phez
| Kin gston night club The Glass and went on to England by train ican. ge "Feeas ons 7.38 a 3x
“ | Buc ket The club can hold as and channel steamer. One of them} Interiude; 8 a.m. From the torials
She never diets hy Live With Her Daughter | imany as 1,250 people on gala js Mr. E. C. Pile, an engineer of| 5.10 a.m nets 238
RS. IDA GONSALVES left | nights Though only there for a British Guiana, who has come Ques
Barbados on Thursday after-j|brief stay, she hankers, she says, wnder the auspices of the British! tions; 9 5—11.15|
jnoon for British juliana by/for Jamaica where “the sun Council. Pile, will study rein-| a.m. Bal commenta met
|B.W.I.A. She has gone over to|a’ways shines” and “you can live forced concrete methods with John | vs Northants: 12 noon | the, | News|
live with her daughter Mrs. Cecil |like a lord.” Mrs. Blackman is Moreland & Co. in London. Also| Sports or Music; 1 p.m, Charlie Kunz |
| Jordan in Georgetown. Her son |also a dress designer fassengers in the “Misr” were the at the Piano; 1 1b p.m. Radio News.
Mr. George Gonsalves accom- | Risley teams from British Guiana| reel; 1.30 p.m. Anything o Declare
" > : 2 > - 2 p.m The News; 2.10 p.m k
| panied her to B.G. He — be To Join the R.C.A.F. end Trinidad. Seneen from “pritain 2.15 p.m. English |
j}away for about two weeks on a re RY STAMMERS who at- | Eloquence; 2.30 p.m. Starlight hour; |
short visi ic edie Rane a a od i 3.30 p.m. Sports Review; 4 p.m The |
aan vee tended th» Lodge School some *T© Be Married Shortly | 3.0.2 "Uio"p m, ‘tne’ dally, service
|years ago, is going to Canada this APT. “Tigger” Gordon-Smith| 4.17 p m, Jack Train's record varie : oil can do now, he muttered.
New Manager |week where he hopes to join the and Dorothy Benfield, will be| — _? ae nn ae don: i age Fgh siemens a 4 ‘Miranda has settled in happily
RRIVING recently from Para- |Roys al Canadian Air Force. He is married in Trinidad on July 15th. S = Promramme Parade; 6.29 Pp 4 oo Se tee were ck oe eh the clown would hurry and
maribo via Trinidad ‘were the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Both of them are with B.W.1. Air-| Dance with me. 6.30 p.m From ! th See eE there ip any. sign. Of the tc take me away.’’ Rather moodily
Mr. and Mm. ©. Seedman wh Stammers of the Antigua Sugar ways. Tigger is a pilot and aap PP dec ger pA *; as a eas clown and his aut torgyro. He gazes he goes back to the ions pate
one On. dix Weedce’ nslidey prior |Factory Dorothy one of the air Hostesses. {| analysis; 7.15—7.30 p.m. Cricket 1 round the sky until ertenese, begi me and Braga + — dias
“Fri . aa ; W.I. vs Northants; 7.30 to fall and he can stinguish corti ick
to Mr. Friedman taking up his , port on’ W. ants as to fa Po
new the Bata Shoe Stores in Barbados. Weekly sports summary; 8.30 p.m. {
i e Wimbledon; 845 p.m
He is a brother of the late Mr. Report from ae
‘ Ss ting events; 9 p.m. Ring up the ae at ae aa, - ctehainaeraioiaaataeeataie
J Friedman, who was _ the | Curtain: 10 p.m. The News; 10.10 p m. enema
former manager | Interlude; 10.15 p.m ts woe of
movement; 10.45 p.m , 2agean
Mr. Josef Adamira, who has yg Farnborough; 11 p.m. The Idea att
been acting Manager here will be | 4 University }
returning to Trinidad with his ’ sto
wife and daughter Anna, as soon Leopold S (ueen Expec {s
as Mr. Friedman takes over
: 1 1 s
The Friedmans are staying | Second Child
temporarily at the Hotel Royal |
Thi i BRUSSELS, July 7
ird Barbados Holiday ) Princess De Rethy, King Leo-|
| pold’s second wife, is expecting
erties hon their third holiday her second child “at the Sapinaing |
in Barbados are Mr. and Mrs of next year,” according to the
R. Marques, who arrived from leading Belgian Catholic news-
Trinidad on Thursday by B.W.1L.A paper “La Libre Belgiquer”.
They hope to be here until the Princess De Rethy, formerly
end of July, staying at the Hote] Accent on the ankles comes with these sheer silk stockings. The Mile Lillian Baels, a commoner,






Royal.

SKELETON
CROSSWORD







PDICTURED here in London is ce 4 es Ls
Dea, Se Pike thier aul hae! tals tio te) Pt

style Gribouille—after hours after
midnight in the north to 3 a.m, in
the southern-most counties.

It is black, cut short, with many
gold, “sunbeam” streaks,

Mile, Dea is staying with friends
here. She speaks little English; but



already she admires Scotsmen:
“Ve delightful, especially in
kilts.” H
In Paris, Mlle. Dea has a roof-
top flat in the suburb of Passy. He
She lives alone, has two dogs, a
“French fox,” and a tan and white RAK SeERLR
spaniel, . : CLUES ACROSS
She never diets, drinks wine 1. Putting out the light. might
but no spirits, smokes little. one say?
She dresses with a Parisian’s| 6 Tun, Derhaps, in these
simple elegance, likes black suits a. oe choral, yet entirely

and small, plain hats. I saw her in
a shirt-waist dress of black tussore
with shiny buttons from neck to

68
0. Whene' there’s 100 to beat, 108
“a sticker you need

: ll. The | of some trees,
hem, and a plaited primrose belt 12. The aims of friendship. eae
Over this went a loose coat of} 1 eat =. two weddings no

smooth primrose wool,

eaoL.3.5S.
Leaving Today

14. Bird 60 80 Yoautious about ite tail.
it seems.

1
18: Up-to-date hair style?
. Act a8 a masseur of necessity.

D® TORRENCE PAYNE, M.D.,| 99, %,20%n one direction and
Ph.D., with his wife and] ,| back abean de
son Michael will be leaving this ai. hardy y likely to Sineolote ba uoriant
morning by T.C.A,, after spend-| 22. 0: terrace. :
ing almost ‘a month’s holiday in| 23- Acts as a servant to parsons /

Barbados

Over the Week-end

CLUES DOWN
; ORES of melodrama ’
heirs irs might well be sald to be

1

’ ® put-up sort of job.
R. id, (PERCY TAYELOR,|.. g)\P POV oR tenes £ teen’ beain-
Branch Manager of B.W.1A, nin f, naving nothing $ GBs.
left yesterday afternoon for Trini- . Called me ‘or a c te
dad by B.W.I.A. He will be &: Soldier tar the ti testing;
away over the week-end on a 7. Forest in which one may see #
short routine visit. rere about to make 4
9. Shrinks 5 trom endless ensiave-
ment.
10. Where one may get « drink ip

the “Black Bird

18 Just like Weller in India?
17. Conjecture.

18. Indulge in lamentation.
19. Fish ourrent

within, initially.

anal te ea



-~CANNING.



BY THE WAY » sscucousse

him think that the smile was a up here.and there, I will not go
secret between the two of them, so far as to say that I scour the
and when she rose to go it was Balkan Press for jests. Anyhow,
more like the exit of the Grand the Belgrade paper probably got

the joke from my ancestor, Bat

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a prospective matron. When she Beachcomber who conducted the

had gone, and the Headmaster column called Fatras in the

said: “Do you think she'll do?” Gazette de France, Fauna a

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meeting in the Headmaster’s ing me that a joke printed cat-calls began. The conductor
study, and the lady arrived in in this column the other day ap- to curry favour, at once clapped
such an outfit that a healthy flush peared in 1911 in a Belgrade on a false nose and began to dance
came to many a scholastic cheek, newspaper. If the joke-detectives about, while the orchestra aban-
and the impressionable peda- are as hot on my trail as that, I doned the symphony, and plunged
vogues crowded round her like may as well confess that I don’t jnto “Godda Git Ma Maaan,” to
thirsty Arabs round an oasis. |She invent all my jokes. I find that which the entire audience sang
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE THREE

Sir Frederick









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| 7 e , +
T. i 1e Ar
mae oes ie Steal The | On B.MLL.A. | Varied rives Cleiatea?
or Watch Thief dRine | Bo | ee
ol ng ard cf Judge V \ GOOD supply of fresh fruit H
j iW ay varied bk ai ischarged here yesterday by .
nati ee cn oe : in lay varied by ‘Their | was discharged herg yesterday, b opk
ace ad eset Calvert Edwards, alias James Weekes,| MAIZIE HOLDER, resident} Mr. D. A. LUCIE-SMITH A\ Mr. G. i Taylor and Mr, and “Lady Je te ges ins
ourer. of Station Hill, was sentenced to five years’}of Emmerton, Chapman Lane,|¢lected one of the Directors J. W. B. Chenery, Mr, Vaughn Crate after crate of mangos revolutionised the chemistry of
servitude by His Honour Sir Allan Coilymore, Chief} St Michael, was yesterday|the Barbados Mutual Life Assur-|had ordered Conrad “ lung from the vessels’ decks a Omens ©

Justice, at yesterday's sitting of the Court of Grand Sessions





Bibby of






acquitted by an Assize Jury at} @nce Society at a n eeting held |Carrington’s Village to to the larf They nutr r hi arly re rch

‘ the Court of Grand Sessions when vesterday He takes the place of | damz nd 3/- costs w St. Lucia ee ee
Assize Jury, re-fproperty. Cpl. Nu also showed! She appeared on a charge of steal- |Mr. Clifford Manning who has re- | had und him guilty of he T B Pan ee ee ry of
1 found Edward ; C t} him ar expanding strap This}ing one gold ring and a hymn/™& because of ill-health assaulted and beaten vitamin 4¢ the turn of he
ig and entering the Jewel-|strap was tormerly on the Kelton| 00k, total value $74.88, from the} fon ble G. B : : =





Evelyn

M.L.C., -
ght | who presided over the last

lery op of Frank O. Pounder at} watch. The total value of watches] 4welling house of Leonard Kni
No, 74 Roebuck Street and steal-| missing

* arharede : meeting on
ng a quantity of watches. totel| 54. 7 from his shop was of Barbarees Hill. Jiold those present that save for wa
ing’ é quantity atches, ota to 7s. 6d e ‘ > s 1 > 1 9
Value £54. 7s, 6d., the property of The Police . Senars ents, eS Soli-) Manning had been a director since |.
Frank Pounder. An alternate Cals Bure Ser tans SK citor General, prosecuted for the|}919 He haa beet r si ae beat
count receiving was also in- ee ee nak on ApriliCrown. Holder was unrepre- . : wee. Mae



|} i8 P.C. Jessamy brought Beresiord| sented by Counsel member and had been of great












the fountain pen, scissors, brooch, |H

arrived from

a ! Radar brought

tlyn oc carge from St. Vincent and

Griffith of Dash Gap, on March 9, cHCaS ‘cluding four trucks
suffered inconvenience and em-|

|

|

Sealy of Messrs Cgrrington & MR. G. L.

tor work it
pumpkins

Seawell, copra and

Raw cocoanut oil, plantains and

among the “Ledy

year. The amount of
reduced to 20/-

damage

century Hopkins succeeded in
’ i"

oldting a vitally important

charcoal were

a result of the assault and Joy's”

amino-acid, tryptophane, a dis«
ing, it was held that Griffith} TYP HOP "

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covery which went far to explain























TAYLOR and Mt ; load 3,500 tons of sugar and a Royal Medal of the Royal So. ety and sevenyears later hewas knighted. In

cluded in the indictment. yn 5 rit} 5 ; }assistance to the society ; barrassment. At the time of the L di c
He had six previous convictions, | ae rear! a oat re sure they would all ‘ein th bh | offen e, she was near a quarry at’ oa ing Sugar buil i j ee 7 _
e last of ich was in 1942 when Statio: a. ia , made wate. Pp ei Mrs non Ki, + the |gretting Mr. Manning's sesigna-jar, Sl which B owned ty Al S ; | Wing compounds, the proteins. Further research convinced him that no animal could exist
5 oe Station Alleyne made a state-} Prosecution, Mrs. Agnes Knight of | tign a oe “~ | Bibl / Me 7 4 4 alee: Beate on
° z aly t } ion ) f ohiad ve
o i | treat )Barbarees Hill, said that Gwen-| Miata cent a | } Spe ig itstown on a diet consisting only of pure proteins, fats and carbohydrates ( stare 1 by
at € ‘ » . Smith wa ominatec ; ‘ ‘ oP ee e
ie -rdsotvina? Ir equt y ent dolyn Knight was her daughter. | py V. Goddard, and his | Bibby told the court that e Genii 8 1906 he was already on the track of the accessory food facto tf
ole M6) the house of Jerome ut} Holder was a domestic servant /nomination was seconded by Mr, }W@S on the quarry and that he Speenistown was busy again fessory food Jactors now known as vitamins,
KC. Solicitor] De Village Dani e a} With her from August to Decem-|/C. C. Worme. This was the only | ad been missing quarry tools for a ~ 1 vhen the S.S. “Temple | Born at Eastbourne in 186: Hopkins was educated privately, and started work as a clerk
e, , Solicitor enh The. ee ; . — . Was t n : ah ; ‘alled t oe a ! ivately, and startea as a clerk
Qdapral, prosecuted on. behiit offpe es ee ae SW Edt ber 1949 nomination and Mr. Lucie-Smith |50m¢e time. He said he had for- Ot cs - e take A load ol in an insurance office in London at the ag 7 } : :
the Crow ' } wards at Amen’s Alley. He (Ed-| Ss {was declared duly elected bidden her trespassing on the pit 40 5 OF Sugar for the United Ondon at the age of 17. He soon gave up this appointment to become
ge ; wards) was wearin Kelto She mis-ed a gold ring, a fountain quarry ne assistant to an analytical chemist and study A }
ae g I r ine j oe > J Hist ane for ft ’ ‘ons of oh ns .
WwW atehes Missing _| wrist watch He arrested andj Pe®, 8 penknife, a gold brooch,| He thanked his nominator and Mea is Piantations Ltd. are ie’ : y : study for the examinations of the Institute (now Royal
Frank O, Pounder, a jeweller of! cautioned him a scissors and a Prayer Book |seconder and promised to do all pping 900 tons of the produce | stitute) of Chemistry. He passed so well that by the time he was 22, he had become assis
d 14 Roebuck Street, said tha Edwards told him that he ,{ from her home. Her cook, Milli-|that he could to further the inter- x ve ssrs R. & G. Challenor| 4 the Lect F 7 7 , renee a
on April 5 he closed his shop at|bought the watch fr Shaw} cent Pile, gave her some informa-|ests of the society BRE ACH OF ure exporting 1,280 tons from | urer on Forensic Medicine at Guy's Hospital, In 1888 he entered suy’s Medical
€ atc r Snav , ; ; i iS ehtct . . : . te
.15 p.m. and went home He| Gittens. He was afterwarde take tion and brought her the ring. | i. ghistown and Six Men's School asastudent. Ten years later hew Shale ay a
left a quantity of assorted jewel-/tc the Central 1 6. “Te The Police later brought her the | Members approved cortain - ‘ " ~~) ridgetown also had its day of| | a ¥ later he was invited toCambridge where he becav a Fellow and
lery in the sho; | where he was 4 etd - He eae Prayer Book. She owned the ring|amendments to the Deed of Set- CONTRAC I 5 wee | w shipping. The SS. “Alcoa | Stience Tutor at Emmanuel College. In 1918 Hopkins was arded the
: a é > made _ . . } er) eS : . awardee
At about 7.45 am. on April 6]a statement. a since 1938. She has not recovered |tlement of the Society after Mr. | Polaris” arrived at Carlisle Bay |
|

he returned to open the shop, He P.C. Jessamy said that on April
ticed that the lock of the door) 18 at about 9.00 a.m. he went t
is missing and the door slightly} Pounder’s Jewellery shop. Pounde:
opened. When he went into the}handed him a watch in_ the
shop he found that some of the] presence of Beresford Alleyne
watches were missing. : He accompanied Cpl. Nurse to
On April 16, Berestord Alleyne,/ Amen’s Alley where they saw Ed-
watch repairer, brought a 16] wards wearing the Kelton watch.
ewel Orreator watch to him. He! They arrested him

or penknife. All the articles are|Sealy said that fhe
hers except the brooch and [Solicitors had drafted the amend-
Prayer Book. The last two belong}/â„¢Ments and that they had been
to her daughter. accepted by the Society's Council. of T
to pe
wher
Brea

Collision | ,,









Millicent Pile of Black Rock, }
said she was a domestic servant
employed by Mr. Leonard Knight.
Holder was employed as house

Society’s |. W. B. Chenery, Judges of the |
Assistant
terday

nted a stem for the watch. Wate ir
r : : atch Repairer
Pounder said Sy rere a Beresford Alleyne, a watch and
once that the watt was Nis PY) clock repairer, said that on April
certain features 11, one FitzGerald Batson brought

servant and washer

Holder had a ring which she}
wore all the time She asked
Holder how she got the ring and

she replied that it was a novelty

On April 18 he went to the}, watch to him for repairs, It] S! 1OV
ring she bought for two shillings

Central Police Station and Cpl.| Wag an Orreator

‘urse showed him a Kelton wrist] We took it to Pounder to get a

watched. He identified it as his} gem, and Pounder kept the
watch. Pounder later sent for a

Police Constable and handed over
the watch

Jerome Daniel of Dean's
) Village said that he had known
Edwards for about five years.

One day while Holder was
wiping her hands in her apron
the ring hooked to the apron and
she threatened to throw it away.
She asked Holder for the ring and
she gave it to her.

Later she handed over the ring
to Mrs. Knight.





In Carlisle Bay





SS











Yacht Tern Ill, Sch. Lady Noeleen, He, was Edwards’ laundryman
Yacht Leander, Sch, Emmanuel Gor- | q
1 scr Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Philip | One day when Edwards came After the evidence of the Police,
i paxidson, Sch. | Manuata:, Sen.| for his clothes he had a watch) Acting City Police Magistrate Mr.
Mae Sen Laudaipha, Seb. Henry | Of him. Edwards gave him the} B, Griffith read a statement made
D, Wallace, Soh. Mares WD enane watch. before him in the Police Court.
Lindaya Tae BOs Me ahare mele Wi About five days later he call-] This closed the case for the Prose-
i 4: te “< Ur a Pte ath, af wus-| ed FitzGerald Batson and gave eution.
B. Compton, Sch, Z Ma | it to him to be repaired ¢
ARRIVALS } Next witness, Herbert Mascoll Addressing the Jury on her
»a Pola 945 tons Parris Gap, St. Michael, said} behalf Holder told them that if
iLanse T ad. M.V that he wags a scavenger Edwards | she had stolen the ring from
ee ete eae PETE tate het as also a scavenger Mrs. Knight she would not have



been wearing the ring in the same

| On April 12, he put his cart ;
pr? oes car lhouse she stole it from. She also

DEPARTURES Jat the Scavenging Department and



Jaerwood, 94 tons net, Capt. De- | \ Td y ‘ . not have|
ee nae - went out Amen's Alley. He saw|Said_ that she would = aa
wd Church, 4,993 tons net, Capt |Pawards with the watch and|given the ring to- Mrs. nig a :
r St. Lucia losked about it. Ed je hat) cook. Holder claimed that the
3S. Sein, 4,875 tons net, Capt. Robi- | ed about | dwards said that | ae Book was given to her by
Trinidad )

| he had won it in a raffle Miss Knight, while 2 friend named

Edwards then showed him Phelpert Knight of St. Lucy gave
another watch and said it was) per the ring.

ion, for

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CABLE ‘and Wireless (West Indies) for sale. He promised Edwards i
limited advise thet they can now com- two watch hands, The Chief Justice summed up
W i goat ee sot | On the following day he saw] and the Jury after over two hours’
Behn: 9.8. ‘emo; 8.8 {Edwards at Church Village with| deliberation, returned their ver-
Gladstone; Mormac’ Land; | about four or five watches in his} dict.



amuel C, 1 nd; S.S Sun | hand. He took one of the watches}
S.S. Gasec s.s Rowallan

. 5 1 Ss and Harper, another employee at
SB. Detoely ae ced San arene: |the Department, looked at it. It
Canadian Challenger; S.S. Hyeres; $.8.|had no stem,

Garden, State; SeB. S. Rosai, &5:| Rupert Harper, a lorry driver
pinia, SS. Tachira. §.S. Casablanca; |4t the Scavening Department,
© S. Pan Virginia; §.S. Chrysanthy;|Said that during the month of
SS. Yvonne; S.S. Emancipator 8.8.|April he drove his lorry to the
Tie donee eee da bs eS dust bin in Church Village. He
Lean SS. Fort Meigs: §.8. Caxton;, S4W Edwards walk from the Pub-
M.V. Willemstad; §.8. Esso Fawley;| lic Bath to the dust bin, He then



The Weather



TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.44 a.m:
Sun Sets: 6.25 pm
Moon (New) July 15
Lighting: 7.00 p.m.



S. Van Ostade. showed two men some watches— High Water: 10.40 a.m.,
SEAWELL about four 10.43 p.m.
ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L Three of the watches were no
F ST XITTS J laces good but the fourth was a gold YESTERDAY
€ Ww Sraithwaite, is: c ath- , shic m y
1 eee Sa paait-| watch which appeared to have]| Rajnfali (Codrington) .04 ins



ard, Brigadier) been tampered with.
Never

Shaw Gittens of Gills Road,
who is employed by Mr. C. C.
King, said that he had never given
Edwards watches and never sold
one.

The last witness called by the
Prosecution was Charles Welch
after which Edwards said nothing
on his behalf.

His Honour summed up and
the Jury returned their verdict.

Rev. Patrick Ff



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Temperature (Min) 75.0 °F.

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_ The right front fender, the gu
right head light and the right front], do
tyre of the oil tanker M. 994 were] Mary

extensively damaged as the result} but had failed
of a collision with the motor omni-| had paid him £1. 9

bus M. 2460 above the Break] pjm
Water, Bay Street, yesterday at
1.45 p.m. The running board andj ---

panel of the right rear wheel of
the bus were slightly damaged

The tanker, the property of the
British Union Oil Company, was
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Martindale’s Road, while the "bus,
owned by the Progressive Bus Co
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of St. Bernard’s Village, St
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18 Months
In Prison

DAVID CHEESEMAN and Win-
ston Bradshaw were each sen-
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ment at the Court of Grand
Sessions yesterday Cheeseman
pleaded guilty of house-breaking
and lareeny while Bradshaw,
pleaded guilty of larceny





14 Days For
Stealing Oilmeal

TWENT Y-FIVE-year-old Lionel
Bowen of Jackson, St, Michael
was found guilty of stealing a
quantity of oil meal valued at] (=
7/9 yesterday. His Worship Mr.
Cc. L. Walwyn ‘before whom the
case was heard sentenced him to
14 days’ imprisonment. The oil-
meal is the property of Hanschell,
Larsen & Co., Ltd.

H.P.C. 37 Wilkinson said on
July 6 about 9.05 p.m. he saw
Bowen going down Bay Street
with a paper bag filled with some-
thing. He followed him and when
he had reached about four feet
from him he. asked him to open
the bag. Bowen refused to do so
and when he himself had opened |
it, he saw that the bag was full
of oilmeal,

Bowen on seeing this ran, The
next day —July 7,—he saw him
on the wharf dnd arrested him. |

Asked by His Worship how he

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criminal records—said he knows
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viction for stealing and that was |
committed on November 11, 1946. |
when he wag put on a bond for}
one year by His Worship Mr. E. A
McLeod for stealing sugar. |

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July 8 1950





Saturday,



CONTROLS

THE final answer to continued protests
and months of debate over the efficacy and
retention of controls is the appointment
of Mr. F. A. Bishop of the Colonial Secre-
tary’s Office to the vacant post of Controller
of Supplies.

In Barbados where ideas arrive mainly
from Socialist Britain, the main effort is to
gain complete control of as much as possible
regardless of what is practicable or pos-
sible. It is necessary, therefore, to exam-
ine the efficacy of controls in order to be
assured whether they have not in fact ac-
centuated rise in prices because of the
prevention of healthy competition when
they were intended to ensure an even
distribution and to prevent inflation. They
were used during the war, just as was the
new Ministry of Food to deal with con-
ditions of emergency but to argue that
they should be retained permanently is to
pay too little attention to the protests of
the poor who write to the Press and the
practical knowledge of businessmen who
keep alive the trade and commerce of the
island and whose counsels are so often
overruled by theoreticians.

Controls have not prevented a steady
rise in the price of all commodities. Be-
cause of restrictions on trade Controls
very often are responsible for giving effect
to an official rise in the cost of living. The
office of Controller of Supplies is one that
the general public would have been happy
to see remain vacant. The general outcry
is against rising prices, shortages and con-
trols; and the public believes in the absence
of convincing Government answers that
controls bring about shortages and rising
prices.

When goods are’ in short supply there
must be adequate means of ensuring even
distribution of such merchandise as is
available. But are we not to-day in a
period where we are faced with gluts in-
stead of shortages? And are controls not
being used to prevent goods being bought
in the cheapest and best markets? The
public believes they are.

The question to be decided now is not
whether controls have been efficient but
what is the justification and what are the
reasons advanced to the Colonial Office in
support of the permanence of this depart-
ment. Letters to the Press and public ut-
terances by responsible people in the com-
munity prove that controls in Barbados
five years after the war has ended is not
only irksome and objectionable, but are
believed to be responsible for much of the
dislocation of business.

In times of war people must be prepared
to submit to controls on the general prin-
ciple that it is necessary to forego the
lesser rights and freedoms in order to
maintain the greater; but to impose in
times of peace controls and to indicate
permanence of these controls is the anti-
thesis of democratic freedom and a sure
means of killing all initiative and dam-
ming the channels of private enterprise.

There might be good reason for the re-
tention of controls up to 1950 despite the
protests of the businessmen and the gen-
eral public. There might be equally sound
reasons for appointing a Barbadian who
has served faithfully. But there is no
obvious reason why there should be a
permanent office of controls. The public
look forward to hear that this office will

soon be abolished.

It would have been equally unnecessary and
undemocratic to have retained in peacetime the
system of censorship which provided during the
war against the leakage of information to the
enemy. The protests which will arise will be
more pointed than those against controls and it
is the duty of the Government to take notice of
the feelings of the public in respect of this con-
tinued maintenance of an office which was cre-
ated to deal with emergency, but which is now
being used to ensure that the United Kingdom
is not going to lose by freedom of trade channels
in the British Caribbean.

Ce eee

LONDON

The blow fell on Sunday. Buy
it would be false to describe
this week of crisis as similar to
Hitler or Mussolini's Sunday but
marches through Europe in pre.
war days. Our nerves have hard-
ened. Or has the moral fibre
stiffened? Many asked them-
selves and one another if this
was the prelude to war. In the
first fortyeight hours of the
Communist invasion of South
Korea there was sickening fear
that nothing could be done, no
gesture made, to help the de-
fenders. Then came news of the the
President's decision from Wash. stage
ington, Rumours sped in front
of the news. London was clear-
ly prepared to accept the con-
sequences of throwing down the
challenge to the forces of world
communism, What a contrast to
a pre-war crisis. There were no
agitated, nerveless, res tless
crowds looking up involuntarily
at the sky. I went down White.
hall and walked past No, 10
Downing Street on the way to
the House of Commons. There the
were no listless crowds waiting
for the “man with the umbrella.”
The crisis moment was received
very differently. It is cheering
to be able to report honestly that the

Britain is

still

the free world

to give. He
vance

man

agitated

Hitler,
Winston
peroration—a
tion of the
mind, and a
European
Minister
make his
pressive

How

rose,
with

historic
read his
Churchill
subdued



panoarE THE WEST INDIES-2

HY

In the nineteen-twenties and
thirties Jamaica developed the
banaria industry to such an extent
that it represented more than half
the value of her exports. Then the
fatality which seems to pursue
West Indian economics appeared
in the shape of two diseases which
attacked the banana plantations—
the Panama Disease and Léaf
Spot.

The distress which resulted
from all these factors culminated
in the West Indian riots of 1937
und 1938. In the latter year a
Royal Commission under the
chairmanship of Lord Moyne
visited the West Indian Colonies
and reported in 19406 fhat there
was “a pressing need for larger
expenditure on social services anid
development which not even the
least poor of the West Indian
Colonies can hope to undertake
from their own resources.”

A special organisation was set
up under a Comptrouer of Devel—
opment and Welfare and a large

sum was made available for
development, welfare and re-
search. The Comptroller, who

made his headquarters in Barba-—-
dos, had on his staff advisers on
health, agriculture, education,
social welfare and so on.

The first years were bound to
be exploratory and preparatory,
but by the end of 1944 grants
totalling £7,500,000 had been
approved,

The new act of 1945 increased
the funds available for the colo-
nies to £120 million for tem years.
The separate colonies were then
informed of the amount of as-
sistance which they would prob-
ably receive and were asked to
work out ten-year plans based on
tnese allocations.

The Coloniial Development Cor-
poration was set up in 1948 with
a capital of £100,000,000 available
for development in the colonies.
The West Indian branch of this
Corporation, under the chairman-
ship of Lord Trefgarne, has been
established in Jamaica. The
Corporation’s aim is that -of
improving the standard of living

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HUGH PAGET. M. A.

to be directed towards increasing bly that given in the White Paper:
production in the basic industry, ‘Possibly the most important reas-
agriculture, and a better use of on of all for the view that closer
resources generally. It will also association is necessary lies in the
be necessary to diversify the eco- fact that it is clearly impossible
nomy of the area by developing in the modern world for the pres-
industries and so on so that it ent separate communities, small
is not so much at the mercy (as gndq isolated as some of them are,
in the past) of fluctuating world ty achieve and maintain full self-

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oe for commodities and of government on their own.’
urricanes, diseases and other The Conference, “recognizing
disasters.

the desirability of a political red-
eration of the British Caribbean

ci : territories,” accepted the principle
West’ indies is" still sugar. The °%, @, federation “in which each
immediate future is safeguarded COMSttuent unit retains complete
by bulk purchase contracts with COMtrol over all matters except
the Ministry of Food but the fu- these specifically consigned to a
ture depends upon a number of federal government. The belief
uncertain external factors. The “@ also expressed “that an in-
West Indies are now pressing for ‘TC#S!ng measure of responsibility
a ten-year agreement. should be extended to the several
Both internally and externally “ts.
oe Become clear that there The most important result of
ue be Se ae of policy and the holding of the conference was
uniformity of action. Mereaver i ihe setting up of tne British Carib-
cent years, not only in the Col- bean Standing Closer Association
onial Office but in the West In- Committee which hag just pub-~-
dies, that the: , can lished its report
only be achieved by the federa- Public opinion in the West In-
tion of the West Indian Colonies, Hes on federation has clearly ad-
This brings us to the most im- Vanced greatly since 1922. In the
portant question of all in the Report it is stated that “we star
West Indies to-day. from the assumption that the main
Federation has been under con- underlying purpose of our task
sideration for a great many years. is to seek the shortest path to-
The Colonies are so insular and “ ards a real political independence
local feeling is so strong that it for the British people in the region,
is not altogether surprising that within the framework of the
the initiative for closer associa - British Commonwealth—what is
tion has come from the Colonial n-eant in fact by Dominion status
Office. We assume further that we have
5 al ; been charged with this task be-
A Commission under the chair- (wise there is general agreement
manship of the present Lord that this objective cannot be at-
Halifax reported against federa- tained without some form of
tion in 1922 because West Indian federal association between the
opinion wee found to be — territories concerned.” The form
unanimously against Re 1932 of federal government proposed
Closer Union Conference - iz based upon the Australian pat-
was also abortive. In the Report radcenmended:. Khat

Next must be considered the
external measures to be taken.

SS



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of the Moyne Commission —
1938-39, however, the opinion
was expressed that “a combina-
tion into one political entity of

of tern. Ht is

mentally
face the crisis of our time, This
war in Korea, whatever the out-
come, (as I write news is better,
confused,) is
as a test of the determination of

In the House of Commons, that
afternoon of the
cision, report had spread around
that the Prime Minister had news
announced in ad-
that he would
the debate—it was on the Schu.
Plan—and few
got to make the comparison with
manoeuvring
managing
Mr, Chamberlain’s announcement
of an invitation to Germany from
different,
Churchill
brilliant

Socialist

plea to
Union
small figure
speaking, an eloquent way with
moment
words.
answered, perfectly, in
tones, appropriately re-
calling the absolute unity in which
political parties

all the British possessions is the
of the colonial peoples by increas—§ —————————
ing their productivity and wealth,
This aim is closely linked with the
ebjective of reducing the dollar
deficit. “The average West Indian,”
says the Report, “spends sgme 40
per cent of his income on imported
goods, the bulk of which come
from the dollar area, Clearly qne
method of reducing these deficits
riight be to increase the produc-
tion of food in the area as: a
whole and, if possible, also the
production of the simpler manu-
factured commodities. If this- is
achieved by developing new re-
search, using labour which is at
present unemployed, and .capital
equipment which is at present
inadequate, real increase in pro-
ductivity will result.”

THE GAMBOLS

One fact emerges very clearly
from the past and present history
of the West Indian economy and
that is that it cannot be congidered
in isolation. The prosperity of
the West Indies has always dp-
rended upon factors outside tne
Caribbean area and outsi —_——— =
West Indian control. Even in their ideal to which policy should be
most prosperous years the West directed.”

Indian Colonies were entirely The difficulties, as Mr, Creech
dependent upon Great Britain for Jones has pointed out, “are very
that prosperity and as soon as real. The various stages of peo-
British policy changed to free ples in some of the territories,
trade the whole economic struc- the difference with respect to re-
true of the West Indian collapsed. sources, the problem of transport,

TH AN WITH ALL THE
1s THE M v
ECRET STABLE INFORMATION ?



The basic fact is that the British the fact that the British West
West Indian Colonies pro- Indies are not comprehensive of
duce a very small fraction of the whole of the West Indies,”

a oe ae Sates ~ o A major obstacle, in some peo-
industry for half their agricul- ple's view, lies in tne fact that the
tural wealth. “The Colonies are ©°DStitutional development of the
thus faced with a basic dilemma 4ifferent colonies is in such differ-
the way out from which, it now emt stages, Despite the obvious
seems clear, lies in the field of cifficulties and any lack of agree-
international economic relations.” ment upon federation, events have
As the Report on the Colonial compelled the West Indian Colon-
Territories for 1948-9 points out, ies to work in closer and closer
“any programme for Colonial De- essociation in recent years. The
velopment to be successfully car- existence of the Development and
ried out needs to be considered Welfare Organization is one evi-
in close relationship with the eco- dence of this. Others are the
nomic programme of the United creation of the Caribbean Com-
Kingdom and with the European riission on a West Indian regional
Recovery Programme, “This does fasis, with conferences every other
not mean that British Colonial year, and the setting up of the
economic policy is being subor- Caribbean Research Council
dinated to that of the United

Kingdom of Europe. The primary Finally, in 1945, Colonel Oliver
criterion must continue to be the Stanley, then Secretary of State
interests of the colonial territories. for the Colonies, sent a despatch to
On the one hand the colonies the West Indian legislatures which
themselves depend for their eco- resulted in the holding of the
nomic development on the ability Conference on the Closer Assoc-
of the United Kingdom to jation of the British West Indian
provide the basic means of de- Colonies which met at Montego
velopment—finance, capital con- Bay in Jamaica in 1947 The
sumer goods and skilled person- Report of its proceedings reflects
nel, On the other hand, the col- the wide variety of views held
onies provide substantial quan- oy this subject by West Indians.
tities of basic raw materials and Jamaica appeared unwilling at
foods needed by the United king- frst to assume the burden of the
dom.”



smaller and less prosperous col-

It is clear then, I think, that onies. Doubts were expressed as
there must be internal and ex- to whether the time was ripe. The
ternal measures for placing the central problem appeared to be the
economy of the West Indies upon svreat differences in constitutional
a firm foundation. development. Which should come

Internal measures would have first? The right answer is proba-





Hy DAVID TEMP

selves when confronted with the
greater events. The interlude
ended. Mr. Attlee rose again and
rushed headlong into an answer
to Churehill’s criticisms of his
party’s attitude to Europe.
M.P.'s, hearing only the bare
statement read by the Prime port of
Minister, reflected the joy of the the Far
whole country that something of course,
was being done, This was no time
for studying fine details. The im-
plications could wait, What
mattered was that the Soviet
Union hgd been challenged te
turn the local war between North
and South Korea into a major
war between East and West
You may read this from ths
skeptical distance of many thous-
ands of miles from London, You
may say that why Britain could
stand calmly through this cris
was that responsibility for de-
fying world Communism is in tion worth record
Washington not in London. And is not confined
there is truth in that. But re- Chiang Kai
member that the United States disliked here Man
cannot act without her Allies. if President’ Trur
The moral strength of the “West”
You have hangs on the determination of
Winston all yeneral Macarthur may be
the Supreme Commander in Japan
But it was qa noble cheer that
went up in the House of Com-
mons when the Government an.



prepared to nounced

thought, that Brit

; American forces.
serving

There are

America’s

President's de- East

interrupt
sheet, a
of us for-
aggressors” in
hectic tirades
but a few

and
that heralded
newspaper,
to-day,
finished his
denuncia-
insular
advance

The Prime
He manages to
more im
manner of

financial collapse
publication).
But there is one

fine

sion of his
developed into
States support for
Chinese
with any
East are

knowled

find them- well

a trifle difidently,
in the Far East was on a par with

And The Implications
few
reservations about

The
are standing or
heads to make absurd gestures at
the orders of other masters
have issued, in their trivial daily
eall to the
refuse sending arms to “American
Korea, But
influence
fanatical Communists.
(UIncidentally the
“Daily Worker,” is
rumoured to be on the verge of Of @

Shek is

tion, preventing Communist inva.
Formosan str

Generalissimo

aware

there should be a House of Assem-
bly of fifty elected members, 8
Senate of twenty-three nominated
members, a Council of State, eight
members of which would, under a
Prime Minister, constitute a Cabi-
net, and a Governor-General, The
Dominion should be called The
Rritish Caribbean Federation and
its headquarters should be Trini-
dad

What of the future?

The success of the Federation,
if it comes into being (as I believe,
personally, that it will), seems to
me to depend upon the develop-
ment of a West Indian conscious-
ness, Education and cultyre would
clearly have an essential function
as unifying forces. The University
College of the West Indies is
already playing its part amongst
the potential leaders, but the only
secure basis of a real democracy
in the West Indies is an educated
people and here the function of
community education is a_ vital
one.

In its external relations the new
Dominion will no doubt appreciate
that national independence today
is largely illusory and that we are
all to some extent or another in-
terdependent. No one can deny
the vital strategic importance to
the United States of the Caribbean
Sea, This fact has been recognisect
by the lease of West Indian bases.
Strategically and economically the
relationship is bound to be close
but one fact emerges very clearly
from these discussions upon fed-
eration in the West Indies and that
is that there could never be any
political dependence whatsoever
upon the United States, With her
sister dominion Canada, an amal-
gamation is equally unlikely but
there is every reason to believe
that there would be an extension
of the trade agreement and an in-
tensification of friendly relations.

It is recognised that there would
inevitably be some measure of
economic dependence upon Great
Britain at the outset and that it
is expected that she would help to
put the Dominion on her feet
economically,

It is a significant fact that a
desire to remain in the Common-
wealth was @xpressed by people
of a wide range of political views
in these conferences with remark-
able vehemence and unanimity.

As Sir Harold Butler pointed out
in the Summer School last year,
the British Commonwealth is
unique in that it makes provision
within its framework for the
satisfaction of legitimate national
aspirations.

I will conclude, if I may, with
a statement made by Mr. Creech
Jones at the opening of the Mon-
tego Bay Conference of which he
was chairman: “It is our task as
a British Government to create,
so far as we can, the conditions
which are essential for good
nationhood in all the territories
under our control.”

Herein, I believe, in the judg-
ment of history, will be seen to
lie the true greatness of the British
Commonwealth.



BRITAIN IS PREPARED

KE ROKERTS

I Formosan islande

ish naval force the bold America

unfortunate
done at

that
doubts

Britain's
new

and
sup-
policy in
Communists, put

! virtually
their

only solution is
States to
Japanese territory
the island's
the Peace Treaty
Captions To
“Another war
I thought Errol Fl
end to all that”
ing by Giles.
harrassed
official: “Lady
sends her love”,
tary at the



They
workers to

these
nobody

Communist

into weekly
other reserva-
ing because it
to extremists. Will, move
virulently by Osbert Lancast
y would regret And another
man’s declara- drawing of a su
Miss Gussie Mo
here’s me with
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endure Chiang’s military rule If

signed to cut the knots of con-
flict in the Far East it is at least

the expense of a
island people who would be sad-
dled with alien rule, by accident,
without end
re-claim

administration

in the Far East.

— under draw-
Under

telephone,
please do you think the Russians
before

Giles,

Sayings Of The Week in
“Lord Kitchener” Calypso Singer:
“T hope you West Indians are

“DRESS”

By James Laver

(Published by John Murray 8s. 6d.)
(Reviewed by Joan Erskine) |
LONDON, |
Fashion is most unreasonable. In
latest book, “Dress” Mr, James Laver makes
this point abundantly clear. His purpose is
to point out how and why fashions in men’s
and women’s clothes have changed during
the past two hundred years. “So deeply is
the notion of Fashion embedded in our pre-
sent-day ideas about clothes, that many peo-

ple are led to the premature conclusion that
they are the same thing.”

A few centuries ago Fashion, as we know
it to-day, had scarcely any influence upon
clothes. In those days, there were no sewing
machines or other labour-saving devices,
which was one reason why the change in
clothes was so restricted. So Mr. Laver
refers principally in his book to the styles
of the last two hundred years only.

Apart from the fact that humans like
change. and that women in particular like
to look different, three underlying principles
operate to change the shapes of clothes, ac-
cording to James Laver. They are: the


















Attraction Principle, the Hierarchical Prin-
ciple (which was very marked in the
eighteenth century when there was no pos-
sibility of mistaking the attorney’s clerk for





the fine gentleman), and the Utility Principle

(not to be confused with tax-free garments, |$

but meaning practicality and function).
“In a hundred and fifty years woman's
clothes in Western Europe have almost ex-
hausted the possible gamut of change, anc
she herself has changed her shape to a degree
which, if encountered in any other creature,

would lead us to suppose a whole series of
different species. ‘‘ ‘Fickle woman’—or is it

our attitude to woman which is constantly
changing, and changing her?” asks James
Laver.

this eminent authority of costume, are func-
tional in that their purpose is to attract men.
He adds “We men find it hard to believe this

. Whatever the length of their skirts, they
find reasons for their practicality. All such
reasons are excuses, post-rationalizations, as
the psychologists call them.”

Many women will certainly disagree
sharply with this view, but consider what
has happened during the last fifty years.
Skirts have swept the ground, and cleared
the knees. Women have had wasp waists—
and no waists at all. “We have seen them
amplifying the natural charms of the bust;
and we have seen them abolishing the bosom
altogether. We have seen them with haii
piled upon the top of the head, and we have
seen them bobbed, shingled and Eton-cropp-
ed. Hips exaggerated, hips ignored; ankles
tittered at, calves shamelessly exposed; high
necked bodices and backs bare to the waist;
hats like cart-wheels, hats like pudding
basins; complexions carefully preserved from
the English summer; skins as carefully dark-
ened in the Mediterranean sun.”

Mr. Laver punctuates his remarks cruelly
with well-chosen illustrations. One can
hardly repress a shudder when faced
with a coy flapper of the ’twenties, or a trous-
er-clad sophisticate of the thirties. Judging
by bathing beauties of the last fifty years,
too, women would appear to have changed

unattractive costume, vintage 1928.

Why did the first women to play golf wear
stiff white masculine collars? It did not help
their game, but presumably they felt more
“manly” in them.

There are two fascinating chapters on
children’s clothes, pointing out the advant-
ages as far as comfort was concerned, ir
being the child of poorer parents. In th«
seventeenth century (illustrated by Prince
James Stuart and his sister) we see the un
fortunate little girl dressed elaborately ir
a long dress with a train, a corset and ;
fontange.

Men are not ignored in the book, althougt
for obvious reasons the concentration is or
women. Apparently the only way to intro.
duce comfortable clothes for them, is to do i
by bringing in sports clothes. These, in the
course of time, become adopted as daily
wear. But try and force either men o1
women to wear comfortable clothes for or-
dinary purposes, and they will immediately
go to the other extreme, for, says James
Laver, “in spite of Socialism, there is n
prestige even to-day in hard physical toi!
and we nearly all wear clothes which ar«
intended to show that we do not do it.”

ScUnEEEEEEeeeeeeeee



rs can scarcely pleased
To see the performance of the
West Indies.”

Moscow Spokesman: “Th<
t t events in Korea were provoke:
it shouid be by the attack of South Korean
small troops,”

Mr Robert Boothby, Conserva-
tive M.P. recalling a speech he
made in 1928, “I think I antici-
pated the Schuman Plan by
twenty-two years,”

Crisis in the Strand

Let’s go down the Strand i!
we can, On reaching Aldwych,
nearly, we will be halted by onc
ynn had put an of the most aggressive traffic
or eee ever been the pleasure
of modern man to create. Why’
Foreign Office Because road alterations are be-

Littlehampton ing made to allow traffic to reach
Says the secre- the “Festival of Britain” morc |

“and easily next year Wait until next |
year. “Charlie Suet has a Plan” |
according to Beachcomber, “for
the frozen maelstrom of traffic at
the junction of Wellington Street
and the Strand: a series of rounc
islands, each with a gap in
Cneoming traffic will go roun
alternate islands, on going
traffic would go through the |

n stroke is de-

The
for the United
Formoso as
and take over
until
with Japan.

Cartoons

a drawing



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e

under a
lky version ot
ran: ‘Brother,
my nice new
s and Wimble-
he front page.’

gaps |

every fourth island, starting
from the left, outside the Gaiety
Theatre # 2

Apparently women’s clothes, according to |}
y

their shapes as well as their outer coverings | |
It was amusing to see Myrna Loy in an}) ee ~

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PRINCESS ALICE PLAYIN
PICTURES WERE TAKEN

Ask For
More Funds



UNTIL Government y
or “no to req n
funds from the St Pla
ing Fields Comniitte k for



condilioning and making it ready
for full use cannot be carried out














A member the Princess Alice
-*laying Field Committee told the
Advocate yesterday

Already a suin in the vicinity
of $16,000 has been spent in level-
ling the erec the
pavilion an i ler WC con-
nected h the making of a
Playing Field

There are plans however
for enclosing Playing Field,
probably with mesh wire or barb-
ed wire. A fence that may be
of sweet | be grown

around t



The



spot chosen

pitch will receiy
ment and i = r é
down. Football wi',also be play-
ed on the ground in season

Three tennis court will be
made outside the cricket and foot-
ball ground proper ani the com-
mittee hopes to erect the neces-
sary windbreaks

Our informant said that the

electric poles which cross the field
and would seem to interfere with

games being played there, will
not in fact do so These poles
have been put up outside the

boundary of the cricket and foot-

ball pitch and will form one of
the boundaries of the three tennis
courts

The Committee too is particu-

larly anxious to have the break-



water repaired It has been
broken in two places and the sea
is gradually encroaching. When

funds are forthcoming from Gov-

ernment they will repair these
breaks

The St. Michael's Playing Field
Cominittee are also responsible
for six more sites in St. Michael
Which have been approved by the
Vestry as suitable for playing
fields These are situated at



Grazettes (ten acres), Bay Land
(four acres), Welches (four acres)
Pine Ho g Area (ten acres),
Friendship (five acres), Cholera
Ground (three to four acres),





The acreage of these playing
tields-to-be, only approximate
and the site chosen at the Cholera
Ground will be used as a Park
the ground there cannot be
turned into a playing tield.

1s

as

a!

THESE ELECTRICITY POLES AND WIRES run across the

——e



TWO BOYS, a roller and a bucket in the centre of the Playin:

surface.

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earth tell their own story

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a GaN : e oUt Carew
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. Redman ment. |
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THANKS FOR RENT St. Mary’s Boys’ School — St. Michael LAND LINE LTD., (M.A'N Z LINE) |
SS. “CITY OF DIEPPE” ails
— = | Applications are invited for the Headship of St. Mary's Boys’ ~ ets tan nae June The M.V. “T. B. Radar”
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IN MEMORIAM | HOUSES School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experience. | %th arriving at Trinidad about J ily 2is will accept Cargo and Pas- |}
eae cae as hata : . Pineitbdi . S.S. “PORT WELLINGTO! sails sengers for St. Lucia, St
Bt Jovi. memeny of, cur’) Belovel| ATHLONE-ON-SRA—Pontabelie. -From| 1° Minimum: professional. qualificetion required is ‘the Certificate A} sniv/August. Brisbane early August Harem, Grenade. Bailing
Brother and Uncle EUGHENE FITZ-| Ist July 1950. Contains two (2) flats—|cf the Department or exemption therefrom. Melbourne mid July. N. Queenslan S. . ia
GERALD MAUGIIN. Who departed this} Smaller of which has three (3) Bed-! = . P i o Sydney mid August arriving Trinidad Sautrday, 8th July.
hae aa aes Fhe | rooms each with wash-basin, dining-| Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for | -bout 9tn September.
Time w ott the ec grief | room, drawing room, gallery and all} Head Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School. These vessels have ample space for te
But me urns back leaf, | modern conveniences j ‘ ; oa . chilled, hard frozen and general cargo
Thoughts drift on the by days The larger flat has four (4) bedrooms Candidates who have already submitted application forms in Cargo accepted on through bills of 2 Ww sc IER OWN.
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Will Riese be renee bered by | dir ing and “drawing ‘rooms etna respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, ac- British Guiana, Marbasos. Windeverd. ost ERS’ ASSO. (Inc.)
William Maughn, (Father) Gertrude|lery ete. Recently renovated. Servant | companied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should maKe | Leeward Islands. Tel. No, 4047
(Mother) Cyril A Mav Brot r}} room and garage. Phone 3389 or 3245 for | »plicati th ‘ f hic’ aad m sail f h -, 6th July, 1950
Cynthia & Barbara (Niec | uppointment to see the place | applica ion on e appropriate form which may be obtained from the FURNESS, ae & CO. LTD., n July, 5
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There is a dear face missing | base : ’ bite
A dear voice that is tilled ; 7.50-—In Applications are invited from teachers and other suitably qualified
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The flowers we placed upon your grave | en ene 50 feet by 20 feet suitable
Have withered and decayed ‘ ouse, Casino or can be con- . A i
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2 , oe See ae ‘CARMEN”’—Situate in Wes vew ints’ , ; Rarbad
Harewood (Mother) Per (bre to BM estbury New| All Saints’ Boys’ School Boscobel Girls’ School 5 Any f. arbades
shy Penis apenas _ 1. Apply to Mrs. S.C. Chandler. | © . % : coe eer S.S. “ATLANTIAN London ist July 14th July
Edith Cc ‘ Saakaticds . 1 tehite eacons Road Black Rock St. Elizabeth’s Boys’ School St. Giles’ Girls’ School S.S. “COMEDIAN” Liverroo! 5th July 19th July
(Cousins) U.S.A i 8.7, 50—2n. | St Joseph’s Boys’ School S.S. “SPECIALIST” M, Broug ie "
‘ j - ot. s y — s ALIS gh &
8.7.50 in re
ESPERANZA—St. James Coast now| Holy i ys" Londo 8th July 27th Jul
iat am ; oly Trinity Boys’ School , . is eee Sth July ith duly
IN loving memory of our Be el Me eer nes rent. Fully furnished } " . S.S. “HISTORIAN Glasgow th July 22nd July
= he = T ; =e . ” enience relle: P, 2 ' : 2c “ ‘ . .
Daughter Sister, VELTINA SMITH] ing Phone 91S) ent ee nate 2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service |5.S. “RIVERCREST” London 15th July 29th July
who departed this life on 9th July 1948. | 1.7.50—4n tne’ Parkbrid School Certificat .
Sad and sudden was the call { memrinpenies = is the Cambridge noo ertificate. ME z FOR THE UNITE Q : °
Of the dear one loved by alli | meter Brom “Septenier tet SB : fat we
7 f notre wb we mh ;« J 1 September Ist. 3 Bed- ETT . . j asor 5 : , . ‘
Of the Lost Ce we Lever ao wele | rurnist roe. and Electric Stove Fully 3. Applications must be submitted on the appropriate forms Vessel For Closes in Barbados
i 7 ee ae Furnished. Excellent Sea bathing, Apply 9 j ay i S.S. “TACTIC ” Jreenock 9
al Pach ee — oer us to Bruce Weatherhead Phone nad (B35 (b) for men and E. 86 (c) ro venen) oa , ne eet CER APTOMA” on cae di —
Wore sedleruaunn espuiaavisaivis ba | 2165. 6.7.50.—3n | from the Department of Education, but candidates who have already . —_* ena VUIY
Sad memories of two years’ ao. AGAR Private Ford Prefect. gvailable submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now Por further particulars apply to
E > be remembered by:—Mr. Jo-) August to November. Most reasonable | filled y ly by let anied b t testi nial
seph Smith (Father), Mrs. Viola Smith] terms, Responsibl. ty illed) may apply by letter, accompani y & recen PRIRODIE: mer
(Mother), Cleveland, Darnley and Mrs. | Evenings. ” «Pere sae i= DA COSTA & Co., LTD Agents.
Stella Headley (Brothers and Sister), : ; i











Clondyle (Nephew), Monica and Betty
(Nieces), Elsie and Claudine Smith
(Sisters-in-law) 8.7.50—1n
=
FOR SALE
CARS 1949 Morris 6 cylinder, 3,000
miles Like new 1948 Wolseley 14,
10,000 miles. Like new. 1949 Morris

Oxford, 11,000 miles
Very good condition
Very good condition

1948 Singer Sports,

All these cars are reasonably priced.

FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.,
Telephone 4504.

2.7.50.—3n,

1947 Morris 10 H.P,
1947 Morris 8 H.P.
1939 Vauxhall 12.





CAR—Vauxhall 14 h.p. Saloon 1948
model—1,900 miles, in excellent condi-
tion—Courtesy Garage Dial 4616

8,.7.50—3n

CAR—Morris Sports Car, X—656, Good
Mechanical Condition, Licensed Owner
leaving Island. Apply John, Wise,
Thursisdon, Maxwell Coast, Phone 8461.

4.7.50.—5n

a —$—$—
CAR—One Morris (8) Car in good con-
dition, Price reasonable, apply to V. E.
Moore, cor. Passage & Baxters Roads.
5.7.50—6n.
CAR—Vauxhall. Velox 18 h.p. Per-
fect Condition two tone paint work
trunk specially fitted for the better
carrying of more luggage. Ring R. S.

Nicholls Office 3925 Home 8324
28.6.50—t.f.n.

NEW MORRIS 10 cwt. Station Wagon.
Can seat seven or seats can fold and
vehicle be used as van, FORT ROYAL
GARAGE LTD. PHONE 4504.

6.7.50--3n.









Singer Sports ROADSTER
lent condition mileage just
COLE & CO., Ltd.

in excel-
over 4
7.7. 50—6n.







ELECTRICAL

ELECTRIC VULCANISERS Stenor,
for a perfect vulcanise Job. Also patches
various sizes. Courtesy Garage Dial













4391 8.7.50—3n
LIVESTOCK

PUPPIES—Bull & terrier & mastiff
crossed: Apply Adam's Castle. Dial
8325 8.7.50—2n.
MISCEL) ANEOUS

BOYS SHIRT AND PYJAMAS —
Ready made and made to measure
ROYAL STORE 8.7.50—2n.



DISPLAY COUNTERS—Two (2) in
excellent condition. Courtesy Garage.
Dial 4610. 6.7,.50.—3n.
———

GALVANIZE Pipes 1%, and 2 inches
also Galvanize flexible conduit in sizes
linch and 1% inches. Enquire Auto
Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street. Phone
2696 8.7,50—t.f.n



KHAKI SHIRTS— Guaranteed quali-
ty $2.40. ROYAL STORE.
7.50—28n

——————$





LADIES SHOES--of Quality reduced
from $8.50 to $2.50. ROYAL STORE
8.7,50—2n
MEN’S AND LADIES SHORES OF
eistinction and quality at reduced
prices. ROYAL STORE
8.7.50—2n
NEEDLES for your record player . .

ell kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several!
thousand recordings.
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD.
24.5.50—t. fn

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Fran



Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
and get, but quick.
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD.

24.5.50—t.f.n

~ PURE ‘SHARK OIL—$7.50 Per gal
or 84 for 3 gills. At Westmoreland
lantation. St. James

8.7.50—n

ee

PENS & PENCILS — Parker “51" in
Silver & Gold Tops. Price Pens $16.00
& $18.00 each. Price Penciis $6.00 &
























SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AIR
SERVICE Now makes possible ideal

Uader one management















LADY—for the Office at Hotel Royal
Apply in writing and in person to the
Manager. 1.7.50—t.f.n.

——_—_

NOTICE

Offers in writing are invited by
COURTESY GARAGE for the purchase



Experienced Lady
Stenography

Assistant to do
and general office work



lication treated confidentially. P.O
of One (1) 1939 BEDFORD Chassis with| APP

1946 CHEVROLET Engine recently dam-| BOX 235. Siena
aged in m Semen This vehicle can

e seen a ie Premises of Courtesy

Garage, White Park Road, Offers re- MISCELLANEOUS



ceived up to 12 (noon) on Saturday, 8th





‘ Wanted to purchase One (1) Liquor
July, rch: Pp iq
se, an ae iy Ge | Licence. Apply SE. Cole & Co.
Tuesday, Mth July, 1950 | Ltd. 27 Roebuck St. Dial 4293.
* oO" -@,9.60—8a. 1.1,60.—t.£.n
Ser a Persons to listen to ‘Jeffreys Beer

NOTICE

Applications for a vacant Frizers An-
nuity will be received by the Clerk of
the Vestry up to 12 noon on Wednesday

Landy de Montbrun and his artistes, to
be broadcast over Radio Distribution
from 9.00 — 9.15 p.m. on 12th July

24.6,50—16 n.



July 12, 1950. WANTED TO BUY
Applicants must be widows of the OLD SINGER MACHINES, Out of
parish of St. Michael in straitened| use, bought here. Mrs. Vaughn, King’s

circumstances. Street or Fairchild & Probyn Sts.

8.7.50—2n

SALES

Forms of application can be obtained
at the Vestry Clerk’s Office,
By Order, E. C. REDMAN,



—_———$——

PUBLIC


































Clerk, St. Michael’s Vestry
Vestry Clerk's Office,
Parochial Buildings
Bridgetown 1.7.50—4n AUCTION
—
OFFICIAL NOTICE [UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER | = DUE to increase in the cost
PARBADOS. Bhs ena aeeron hee een aseeeaiee of materials for making aer-
*, public competition at my office agazine *
In the Assistant Court of Appeal | Lane, on Thursday next 13th July at] ated drinks, manufacturers
Lucien Lloyd Leacock, Plaintiff 2 pom. tie saweliiix | none ane are forced . td’, sell.,.aerated
Walwyn Everson Best, Defendant. “Mayaro” situate a orthing, m rinks at 2/3 rd f
IN pursuance of an Onder in this ene Aye eae Sane re eee cea arinks at 2/o per doz. as Irom
: , ) da oO » front, drawin nin ‘
Court in the above action made on the rooms, 2 bedrooms, Kitchenette, toilet Monday, July 10, 1950.

o0th day of June, 1950, I give notice to

& bath. It has a pine floor throughout,



all persons having any estate, right or
it terest in or any len or incumbrance | 274 the roof is shingled ame must
affecting all that certain piece or parcel be sold. For inspection apply D'Arcy

A, Scott, Magazine Lane



of land situate at Jackman’'s Village in
the parish of Saint Michael and island
foresaid containing by admeasurement
twenty-one perches or thereabouts of
which area one perch forms part of
the public road called Skeete Road
hereinafter mentioned abutting and
bounding towards the north on lands

8.7.50

REAL ESTATE

PROPERTY called Sheldon at Bay
Street next to Yacht Club, consisting of
5845 sq. ft. of land and a stone house





>
ee

now or late of Alan Scott towards the | which has open verandahs, drawing and
west and south on lands now or late} qining rooms, 2 bedrooms, water toilet
of S. Walker and towards the east on



& bath, kitchen. Inspection any day from
# a.m. to 6 p.m. For other particulars
apply to D'Arcy A. Scott, Magazine
Lane, 5.7.50.—3n

the public road called Skeete Road or
however else the same may butt and
bound to bring before me am account
of their said claims with their witnesses,
documents and vouchers, to be exam-



BUNGALOW~—One newly build stone-

ined by me on any Tuesday, or Friday | wall bungalow, two miles from town. It
between the hours of 12 (noon) and 3] has front & back open verandah, spacious
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Office | drawing & dining rooms, 3 bedrooms
of the Clerk of the Assistant Court of | water-toilet & bath, modern kitchenette,

Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,
before the 27th day of September, 1950,
in order that such claims may be
ranked according to the nature and pri-
ority thereof respectively; otherwise
such persons will be precluded from
the benefit of the said Decree, and be
deprived of all claim on or against the

garage for several cars and stands on
8,000 sq. ft. of land. Price attractive.

Apply D’Arey A. Scott.
5.7.50.—2n,

PROPERTY—One small
Hill Rd., Bank Hall,

property at
consisting of #4
Acre of land and a house with shop.

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5. All applications must reach the Director of Education not
later than Saturday, 22nd July, 1950.

4. Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of] _
another school must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers as, : sa
and the Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer

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NEW ORLEANS 4ER,iCE











She







is Wise!

She has Gas for Cooking



Retail Price 7c.
J. A. MARTINEAU
CITY MINERAL
DELUX MINERAL
UNITED MINERAL
M. RAMDIN
MAPLE MINERAL
NIAGARA FACTORY





ORIENTAL

(SE HABLA ESPANOL)
CURIOS, IVORY, TEAK, SANDAL
JEWELLERY, BRASSWARE, TAP-

7.7.48.—2n










RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL WANTED PERSONAL sal" Art.
NO. B'dor
: om Jae E ALCOA MUMMER .. 2eth June Lath July
SUNNY CARIBBEE Ss ooo COA & R lath July 25th July
on-the-sea Sanuk I ALCOA ROAMER 26th July ith Aus
; Offers all that can be Sealant beats HELP THE public is hereby warned against i 4 < -
ful scenery, sea-bathing fishing, aeeeeis| — giving credit to anyone in my name NEW YORK S®SRVICE
lent culsines and bars. RATES $4 to| A GENERAL SERVANT Apply at] without a written order signed by me sails oe
$7 B.W.I. per i For further ie Hindu Store, 51 Swan Street as I shall not hold myself responsible a - ; N.Y. i. ae
and ‘Vaneiatiota.? oman 8.7.50—I1n.} for articles delivered on such orders. Ss “BYFJORD’ 30th June 12th uly
, ERROL G. ROOKS. | (Sed.) T. A. FITZPATRICK. THULIN ; 12th July 3ist July
Box 47, 7 GENERAL SERVANT for house work 4.7.50—2n. F 7 a
Saint Vincent & Cooking. Apply Mrs. Noel Goddard, ma _ ; - eres EE ERENED sam 2 a nringc eet
. Paynes Bay, St. James 8.7.50—2n ie public are hereby warned agains’ Pee ori tibiae
13.6.50—26n Bape eet ott ca ee | KiVing credit to any person or persons CANADIAN SERVICE
- —_ oe nn eee A qualified NURSE for St Joseph's | Whomsoever in my name 4s I do not k
net, FREBOOD aoe ONEALE ; Almshouse at a salary of 960.44 per hold myself responsible , for anyone SOUTHBOUND ‘iis ae ai
nes ani nts| month. Applications with Certificate to} Contracting any debt or debts in my ‘ .
that his Office will be closed from} pe forwarded to the Parochial Medical name unless by a written order signed |. ,,Name of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados
Saturday 8th July, re-opens Tuesday ist ‘ " b S.S. “ALCOA PILGRIM June 26th June 30th July 11th
y SE eet eT a DemOw en. 20k atag thany OY me S.S. “ALCOA PENNANT” July 7th July 10th * July 2ana
SUR 8.7.50—5n. | Monday, 17th July, 1950. Signet Se | Be. CALOOA Sonerae July 2ist July 24th Aug. Sth
Any Further Particulars can be ob- vy, St. ichae’ Se Boe ; 7
NOTICE tained from the P.M.O 8.7.50—2n s.s ALCOA POLARIS Aug. 4th Aug. 7th Aug. 17th
A. A. B. GUL, i rm arate m . nc, St
. 7 Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, he public are hereby warned agains =, IND
gisele tects sT eee, St. Joseph giving credit to any person or persons, mea Arrives
a rents ane ing specifications, are 8.7.50—Tn as I do not -hold myself responsible for marhedes
jack 19-tba bupoevel ot the tamiclawrea) anyone contracting debt or debts in my | gs, “ALCOA POLARIS" July 4th For Montreal
ait additions} N Sis e Leg “ ure CLERK with previous office experi-} "ame unless by a written order signed
Aldhoishe urse's quarters at the| ence — Salary $80.00 per month. Apply | PY me These vessels have limitedpassenger accommodation,
Applications will be received by the to The Secretary, Dowding Estates & Warne D W. ROCK, caacehiadanebiae
ater : rived by the) Trading Co., Ltd. with written appli- ie Corer,
undersigned up to Saturday 22nd July,| cation 1.7.50 Sen St. Lucy Apply: DA COSTA & CO, LTD,.—Canadian Servire.
rssh ee L enh anne 8.7.50—2n ROBERT THOM LTD,.—Wew York and Gulf Service.
» 5 y- 8.7.50—4n



—$—$—$ —$—





Our shipment of

RAT

has arrived just in time for the

TRAPS

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THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

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Cnr. Broad and Tudor Streets,













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passing through HOLETOW



when



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THE
: BLUE BETTY PARLOUR

and refresh



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yourself — with RICO ICE
CREAM; ICED MILK LEMON
ADE; CROWN DRINKS
COCO COLAS SODAS; HAM
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% OLD TIME HOME MADE
* BREAD
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> Stop and carry on a package
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HUTSON CORNER STORE
Holetown $
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ly ing Dates Expeoted
Montreal Halifax Arrival Dates
Barbados
ss ‘SUNDIAL" 14th June 19th June Sth July
S.S. “MARIA De
LARRINAGA" 28th June 3rd July 19th July
SS. “POLYCR _ 14th July 19th June 4th Aug

PLANTATIONS LIMITED—Agents

|
wooded grounds ....
£6,500 |

Full details, photographs ete.,
From... .
JOHN M. BLADON |

A.F.S., F.V.A,

REAL ESTATE AGENT —- AUCTIONEER -- SURVEYOR |
Phone 4640 =. Plantations’ Building |

PAGE SEVEN



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BOYS’ SHOES IN GENUINE | GREY FLANNEL, 06 in
Leather All Sizes | $2.16 a yard
$2.98 a pr. up |
CREAM FLANNEL, 56 in.
GIRLS’ SHOES $2.88 up From $3.50 a yard.

2 HATS 49¢. each













STRIPED FLANNEL, 56 in.
RUBBER SANDALS From $2.69 a yard,
Special Offer, 50c. a pair up. meceeaannimas
-_ RIPED TROPICALS, 56 in

BOYS’ SOCKS (Long)

From $2.87 a yard.
Clearing 12c. a pair.























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GENTS HANDKERCHIEFS
15, 24, 27, 40c. each
GENTS SOCKS — 32 & 4¥e

apr.
GENTS BOWTIES —

GENTS LOVELY TI
59c. up

MANY QUALITIES

98e, each



SHOES IN
































| WASHABLE GINGHAMS.
Lovely Plaids
Only 47 cents a yard,
GUARANTEED WASHABLE
PRINTS AND HAIRCORDS.
From 65c. a yard.



DOME
Heavy Quality



Cc.
27 in. wide,













Only ic. @ yard.
CALICO
36 in, Heavy Quality.
Only 4% a yard
jinapleiniilicuatehitiiinhsimaesiiaigelaiuilannntenmies
SPUN IL
Various Colours
36 in #4c. a yard up
WHITE ORGANDY
36 in, T5e. a yard.
SHARKSKIN, WHITE
36 in. $1.85 a yard.





GEORGETI



Fine Quality









36 in. wide. 98c. a yard.
CHECKED TAFFETAS.
36 in. $1.32 a yard

BLUE FLANNEL (Wool)

For Underwear,
72 cents a yd

LINENS FOR UNIFORMS
All Shades
wide T5e

36 in a yard

et
PRINTED SPUN SILK
36 in. $1.00 a yard.

SILK BROCADE

36 in. All Shades
%5c. a yard.

sineniilhanessithiemeniadiagabenitjeaannenamaitancccaienpayconc
LOVELY STYLISH BRASSIERS
$1.12 each
LADIES’ COTTON PANTIES
2 for $1.00



2 atherhead Ltd ~ en PLAIN TROPICALS, 56. in. 4 (DUCED
$9.00 each. Bruce Weather en Tee | aes property aie otk Price $2.200.00 a Take ESTRIES, GLOVES, PERFUMES. ¥ CAPS 50.56 Gar sand aa ALL RE ais
Claimants are also notifie a ey > : 1 Te hi aki
PYE LTD. offer the model 99G 6 volt] must attend the said Court on Wednes- : KASHMERE Clearing 32c. each GENTS FELTS—24c. cact CORK HATS Mle & Khaki
aliwave battery radio for Schooners|day, the 27 day of September, 1950, at | —~———-——-__ 7 HIRTS GENTS ILTS—24e. each $1.50 each
for those desirous only of listening | 10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims | HOUSES—One at Welches lan Pe BOYS’ WHITE POLO SHIRT: PIN STRIPE TWEEDS eancteicibaiesiatncl
(not sending). This radio will enable} will be ranked sal Ti as Ea ee eh 2 for $1.00. $6.98 a yard SILK & COTTON SPORT
weather reports trar 1 from San} Given under my hand this 30th day | ye ene tatlces, and. a quantity of | (°° 2Ce?%GSIGIG9SGS99090S% | — - — 4 SHIRTS in many qualities all
Juan to ates to «itd. P.O. |” “As aes I. V. GILKEs, old Wood at uo, Apply Cleopatra x BOYS’ FELTS.—?4c. each ate DRILLS, Washable. reduced considerably for
ox 260, Tel. 2248 Ag. Clerk of the Assistant | Barrow, Hindsbury Rd. - % a oh ——— |59c., 7Be., 92e. and $1.00 a yard. you!
Box 260. Te 7.7.80.—8n Ag. Clerk of 1 see ari 4.1.00-60.18 Mr. Peasant LARGE PLASTIC TABLE Sunn “Duna iGecl Gran —_—-——
= 50—3n oa wn. i § 300d Quality) SPOCKINGS
* Schooner owners the KIMBBOLTON, corner of Pine Road | >, ho RAYON 8S
pen “DOLPHIN" two way ‘radio ie oor a ee rere x FOU CAN BASS: Sour Lively Designs. $2.00 esch. 78c., B2c., Ie. a yard 2 Prs. for $1.00
phone, enabling communication bot n phone ° 50.—3n | & CANE P = ~ - - . = —— ——— —
phone courte tanaes mice | OFFICIAL, SALE |“cac—paratie yataing anew (8 ob eps DMA I0 de S408 cock | me ee ie erste
ments ca : 7 ; : - ae STS — $1,
been: “Enquiries to Fae P.O. | BARBADOS eer A Graeme Mall Terrace Dial ried oR % By applying to oa rer er re GENTS TWO-TONE SPORE TON V 8 or ies:
, Bridgetown ta In the Assistant Court o! ppea a J s in au oral " a . . 1a
PE ON Cee 7.7.50.—an me Equitable Jurisdiction) .. \"paSteeerl eee tes oa] s UNSPED INVESTORS C0, SeeiierBlr UE TRO, PES | cept coherence = carrer nd S18 a
aucien Lioy: acock, Plainti 3 - ‘ : r an 58 a 78 3 .
SLID have appointed services| Walwyn Everson Best Defendant. | double roof board and shingle house % LIMITED cain Pink cad Bias | Tere PLAIN, DRESS SHIRTS! —__ ah finale 2
depots in every island of the Caribbean} NOTICE is hereby given that by|16 x 10 x 8 two bedrooms, 22 x 11 x 91% BED TICK, 56 in. Pink and Blue $1.98 each LADIES’ FINE STYLES FELT
to service Schooner radios, wher, neces-| virtue of an Order of the Assistant | shed and kitchen 16 x 7 x 8, in perfect Insurance Underwriters Stripes. —$1.09 a yd. nnn HATS — $1.65 each
sary. Pull details trom Pye 140-1 F-O-| Court of Appeal dated the 30th day of | cram. tera with various truit trees’ | % Marhill Street 3 | ——--_—. | GENTS STRIPED DRESS 6
dgetown 32 June 1950 there will be s »| enclosed yard, w a fru me § : pe — >
ROR Pr yea 7.7.60.—4n to the highest "pidder at the office of the | Electric and Govt, water ituated in| & City. x Bier an eee Shafes SHIRTS $2.04 each LADIES’ PURSES — Good Quality
r Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appeal | Gezette Road Apply to George 8.1% ¥% ngle an rouble Leather — 39¢, up
SHIRTS—Made to measure within @]a; the Court House, Bridgetown, | Collymore, on premises i “ y $2.14 up. GENTS JERSEY SPORT —
few hours Guaranteed. fit and satis- between the hours of 12 (noon) and BO 0 EOC | — TT OIRTS “$1 ‘50 saat LADIES’ JERSEY
TAL S$ y 2 ¢ ok i y. VG s.— 5 pac Me ue . .
fection. ROTA ERY’ 8.7.50-@n. |tne “goth “aay of | September, | peppoos nog caret aieedaniredee SILK PYJAMAS in many Shades
all that certain piece or parcel o' ens. . ‘ . 23TS—2 1.00 Ss s — $3.60 a Pr.
TAILORS. TRIMMINGS — Apply. to lana situate (at gackman’s | Village in THE COMPLETE LOT OF JOVIAL NOVELS BATH TOWELS—47c. up canes Yaure--2 for § ane Shee — 0.9 6 ;
Ward. d& -Shencet Lids. Sarrd Stes |eforessid containing by sdmennurenan ‘ WELS ae IBBER SOLE PUMPS] LADIES’ HANDKERCHIEFS —
a nts’ Outfitters and Sta- | aforesaid taining by admeasurement BY THORNE SMITH a GENTS RUBBER SOLE , EE NDKE
Soe See ir toa twenty-one perches or thereabouts of on ro 0 - . 99ce. up Lovely Ones, So Many Kinds
SAIL NOTICES | suns ions said Sheets nooner SETS OF TAPS AND DIES Ce re 15e. up
: és * ER- ane . 4 4 4 .
IL Se eee lati os inten SOW See JOHNSON’S STATIONERY AND HARDWARE DASHERY LINES SUCH 480,. each LADIES" PLASTIC BATH CAPS
Mails for Maxtimiqua, Guaddloupe.| or ajan Scott towards the west and EDGES, LACES, RIBBONS, ae ST AERO AND and APRONS—24c. & 84c. eac
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W.I. Seored 2nd Win

Over Lancashire

LANCASHIRE

SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1950







aman ——

Budge Patty LOCAL CRICKET
Wins Men’s
Singles

AT WIMBLEDON



SEASON
OPENS TO-DAY

The local cricket season opens
to-day with four first, four inter-
mediate and six second division
games.

“MY FOOLISH HEART”
Kee; ’ Ye Let

saying, Yes



Mr. HAROLD HARDING'S

DANCE

AT THE CHILDREN'S GOODWILI






Wanderers vs
Bay

Pickwick at the





SECOND DIVISION
Combermere vs. Lodge at Com-




174 & i182




LEAGUE
oa The fixtures are as follow : bermere .
FIRST DIVISION College vs. ¥.M.P.C. at College a NIGHT ee
WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts dec.) — 397 WIMBLEDON, July 7 Pickwick vs. Combermere at _ Foundation vs. Pickwick at asetiiatas ‘ apes
3udge Patty, 26-year-old Kensington Foundation STO} 2

Music by Mr




Percy Green's
American who lives in Paris, today

a seal on a distinguished Wim-







LIVERPOOL, July 7.
Lancashire, who suffered their first defeat in history at th

Lodge vs. College at Lodge
Carlton vs. Police at Carlton

Ork
REFRESHMENTS and BAR

Leeward vs. Police at Fosters
Central vs. Carlton at Vaucluse





to \ Sa Os |
, : ledon Lawn Tennis career by Spartan vs. Wanderers at Regiment vs. Empire at Garrison Sa : i
hands of a West Indies touring team at Old Trafford last winning the coveted Men’s Singles Queen's Eneeesaen The first division teams are as
month, sustained a second and almost equally emphati In a great tactical battle lasting follows il
; 1 cael ; nearly two hours, he defeated Empire vs. Cable and Wireless e es
reverse here today by the tourists, Frank Sedgman, 22-yesr-old Aue. at Bank Hall Seartan': 2. Sesh Libis.
In both instances the margin ran! ee eaae oe — Y.M.P.C. vs. Mental Hospital at Atkins, N: Wood, L. F. Harris, C. GC.’ Pil- ;
Was by an innings. A further > pnan fevourste, 1, 8—l0, wate, wae grim, S. Chase, S. A. Headley, F. D given by } We carry the following brands
‘lari t : h 6—2, . . . -hilips, B. D. Morris, B. K. Bowen and ne
similarity wees Wt sceten eT Though he had not shown it _ Windward vs. Spartan at Wind- 2° 7" @)sqiin ‘ = = = ERARD BREWSTER | of CIGARETTES, Four Aces —
ar s ow ler, POC s id :.N hal (Capt.), |
Valentine sho. followed up his daring pay, Patty ye ook = been Ward Attinton: B. At oR Atkinson, L At Queen’s Park House Country Life — Craven A —
rd f hirteen near exhaustion. er whipping St Hill, J. a. ’ ood . & =e . 2 "es
soe” ae dee atin Ps for 57 across the beautiful passing shot yuouas D Macbeth, C. R On SATURDAY, 8th JULY | State Express — Churchmans,
in Lancashire's second innings which brought him victory, he *"p.ckwiek : A, M. Taylor iCapt.), G. L 1950 Ardath Gold Flake — Astorias,
today Staggered, threw his racket to the od, D mvels ft Sine, B fe horses, ADMISSION 2/- Clippers Pikoess Waiinn: a
oe a. g 2 -avilyv - K . a Hoad we, idney, - oe ‘ " 3 rs — iS ‘
Lancashire’s position was hope- ground and leant heavily on th Marshall, tN, Poster, 7.8, Birkett and
less at the end of the second aay ret. Slowly he lifted one leg, ie L. Inniss Music by Hedges.
and their six outstanding wicket: Pthen the other over the net, shook Combermere: KK. A. Branker (Capt ), Mr. Clevie Gittens’ Orchestra
fell in an hour and thirty five ‘nands with Sedgman, and then sat Gi n.* R'E. Norville. EA. Coppin, 0 i Refreshments On Sale saan
minutes for 70 runs. Valentine on the bottom round of the Beckles, O. U. Elliott, E, G. Adams, N. E a er ee
who claimed four of them for 25 umpire’s chair for several minutes Murrell and Mr. S. I, Smith. — ee ’
ee ie full "advantage of the with his head resting against the gow MeV. T. MeCome, iG. stutehinenl a ro JACOB'S SWEET BISCUITS
dry, dusty pitch making the ball net post, K. Brookes, EW. Cave, G Welch, J e in '4 Ib. pkgs
spin, lift and perform innumerable Never Before witha oe eee at Neer eer, ae CONCER T | British Wafer 24c. — Butter Cream 24c¢
antics. ‘ mick Patty, an elegant court crafts- i " College: V. O. Smith (Capt.), CW | Marie 26c. Custard Cream 4c
> t e which a v the anc itle last nith, J. A. Williams, C. N. Blackman, ak ‘ | Marie 26c¢ a Pp *
ee nent oe see on cae we ba yoo p ie ee 4 z D. Rock, N G “Wourhe M D Mayers, | (Under the Distinguished |
, peopie pal as ea ac never previously H. F. King, J. A. Corbin, N. Harrison and Patronage of His Creamy Chocolate 23c.
Weanesday and 11,100 Thursday, won the Wimbledon Singles, but { Mr. S. OC. Gittens Bxcgllency. ahe Governor
the superiority of the tourists over he had a “Giant Killer” reputa~ j Carlton: st c. Hytoltinson fCapt.), Mr A Wit Savage, CMG.,
their opponents, who had on. tion and reached tne semi-finals Ni 2 Shek tle Ge cee : dnd ‘Mrs. Savage) ‘ es ‘ . .
sustained one championship defeut in 1946, the last eight in 1948, less, K. St. C. Hutchinson, D. A, Wil- CAVE SHEPHERD X C0 LTD
was oy manifest on the hard ; eArenbopiaes ane be ae ae local tax hams, KB. Warren, G, W. Bawhit and by the 4 9 4 .
sun-baked pitch ’atty threw the fighting gman inspector. he gets into gg ee ee a
one pace, howling ct Lae ALF VALENTINE out of his stride and with fluent . difficulties, help him just Farmer, 0. E. Matshall, @ filackman, BARBADOS CHORAL 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
Pierre, laid the foundations of the aks F stroking and crisp volleying, took ts he would us!” B. D. Morris, I. Warner, C. Bradshaw, SOCIETY 2 tl,
West Indies success which Valen- ~ the first set in 12 minutes. — ae B Taylor, C. Wiltshire, E. Greene, E oh ae
tine completed Patty also led 8—1 in the second London Express Servige : at the
The Play WL Pl set. Then Sedgman came back, i
Play was resumed in _ fine oe ay covering his corners with remark- COMBERMERE HALL
weather on a dusty pitch with able accuracy and scoring with . y Yr ' me: : :
Lancashire needing 111 runs to N tl L beautiful passing shots, he pulled GOVERN MEN r NOTIC ES On Thursday, 27th July
equal the tourists’ first innings or ian s up to win a gruelling set in which 1980: Kt 8.30 om
total. Barlow began boldly takiny most of the games were fought to ' OU, at 5.00 p.
seven off Valentine’s first over, To-da deuce. OCTAGONAL BRONZE 3d. COINS Guest Artists:
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Miss JEAN LAWSON,
meyer at midoff, he was caught The West Indian cricketer with revival were dashed. Patty con-| the Public that the octagonal bronze 3d. coins will be put into circu- L.R.A.M. (Pianist)
in the slips with fifteen runs the happiest memories of a North- tinued his stroking and took the] jation by the Banks shortly, as silver 3d. pieces are no longer minted | ‘ TUCKER
added. amptonshire match perhaps, is next two sets in 50 minutes by the Royal Mint Mr. P. A. K. TOU <

Again Pierre obtained much Learie N. Constantine Sedgman interspersed _ brilliant | ?' egy . ee be yo (Baritone)
assistance from the worn pitch and Today the West Indies will play winners with outrageous errors, These coins should be readily accepted as they are legal tender, ‘ak os
Greenwood gave Gomez a chance Northamptonshire and surely this but his marathon exertions of the | but, owing to their heavier weight, they should not be generally Tickets may = “Tae
at slip off the pace bowler before fixture will bring vividly back to previous three days seemed to| mixed with other silver coins deposited with the banks in parcels. = taar eeeens of the
scoring but had only obtained eres eer eS ape porous have taken their toll—Reuter. | Only one of these coins may be put into a $50 parcel and not more Sisiele at the following
four when Valentine bowled him cette Res hae th, rt : ae Re: than two into a $100 parcel. With these two exceptions, these coins

Place though sufficiently re- SS an nine runs

covered from his injured hand to

wasume, was ill at eee in facing Scored a magnificent century to 15 Contest A photograph of the coin is reproduced below. RESERVED $1.00
Pierre. He did not attempt heroics = the West Indies to win the 5 7 UNRESERVED :: 60c, & 36c,
but concentrated on defence, ua- © : : A pe 7 G If d. j 7 6 5
til Gomez tempted him with a | Mot often is a player, pam ah 0 To a | 8.7.50.—2n,
full toss which he attempted to (| »portunity oe shine, as foarte did , — es rao
drive but missed after scoring PHM Un. game, A FIELD of fifteen will go after , eeasenneeERETSSEnEN ©
nine runs in an hour, and was Can Learie's feat be approached the oe wl ae |
bowled. in today’s game? the Rockley Golf an 0 ) THE BARBADOS
In this way Lancashire © lost 7? Club today, playing match play AQUATIC CLUB
seven wickets for an per. Today's game will be the sixth peerage eg ag A i pettabdedinpocngiinansinags
lentine bowled unchanged ana gone with Northamptonshire and «"¢ ree challenge ' HURRICANE RNI
Tattersall, always in difficulties of the five plaved to date the Wi. be played coincidentally . ; WARNINGS RESTAURANT
with the spin bowler, became nis have won 3, lost one, and the Michael Timpson, The Lodge It is hereby notified that on the approach of storms, warnings IN addition to the regular
sixth victim at the same total. other drawn School master, has tossed in 1}as described below will be displayed at the following places: — Restaurant Service at the
The end came swiftly. "rene There was no fixture in 1900, challenge against N an eer Public Buildings Club for Members (Break-
Saati sed tas ott-stumnpe Bee Weaeen ee oe dnt ie: second aoe white EJ Petrie Mount Standfast, St. James fast, =" oe j
s s a i a & ) a ’ s i : : rders na
enbved by Gomez and Statham victory for the W.I. by 155 runs... will strive to displace David South Point Lighthouse for Wedding Birthday,
was caught at midoff. The innings The 1923 game saw some 4ine Lucie-Smith at No, 13 on the East Point Lighthouse Seecktatl cel + Partics’
closed for 182. The West batting by Challenor and Taril- ledder, and W. H. Grannum has Harrison Point Lighthouse etc., under the supervision
Indies had gained their second. ton who put on 125 for the first made a courageous bid to oust Harbour and Shipping Master’s Office of :—
inni victory over Lancashire wicket, but rain on the second day J. O’D. Egan from his position oy H Dhil y
this tour Valentine finished with washed out play and any chances ai No. 27 ge cael: Bt. Phittp MRS. GRACE WILLIAMS,
seven wickets for fifty-seven runs. the W.1. had of winning the game. The draw, starting times re ioe Pee ae
ais Mxture ended in a draw on hundicaps for the Beer m ' : Mrs. Williams wi also
Scores “ne the third day, competition are as follows:— District “B” Police Station personally attend and super-
Lancashire ist Innings 307 “Snuffie’ Brown and Pascall did 2.15-B. J. Petrie (9) District “C” Police Station vise Parties if required.
W.1, (for 8 wkts, dec,) ; some good bowling David Lucie-Smith (14) og te lc lei i . ;
Lancashire Sng Innings r ave . Colin Bayley (10) ‘ District “D” Police Station For Reservations and
bw. b Pie wy . iet “RY iit Gt)
Barich stpd. ‘Christian! b Valentine is Then came Constantine’s match 9 20 -N. T, Willtams (9) a Hoy Police Steon Orciets : «PICARD Bial 4261.
Grieves ¢ Gomes b Valentine . om eee. Te a Indies scored Michael ‘Saeed (10) District “F” Police Station
Wharton a : ’ or 9 in reply to the County’s Geoftrey Manning (18) —
Barlow c Gomez b Valentine y 100. C ep 3
. Constantine had been in de- . . I. GAUTIONARY WARNING r
e b Gomez c ® 2 ;
Greenwood b Valentine P vastating mood taking 7 wkts. for ‘ = W eS Bee ae sii (a) By day—one red flag with black square in centre. te NOW %
‘Tattersall b Valentine 7 45 runs. In thé hat trick he took W. Aiteinson (8) (b) By night—one red light. SHOWING
Pollard b Gomez . 11 the wickets of C. N Woolley. F AT THE
Berry not out : : ; 2 : oys Be ng an W (8)
Statham Biolimerer Pavan is Sener, and Ls Matthews, Going * pk Ahi eA II, HURRICANE WARNING
extras: b 9, Lb. 2, ACK a second time the Northants

Total ;
Fall of wkts. : 1—20, 2—42, 370, 4-112



each, including the hat trick, and

batsmen found Leary just as diffi-
cult to negotiate

and he bagged 6 °

Richards Vidmer (0)

1 35—J. R. Rodger (4)

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Johnson 65 ass St defeat in 1988, principally oot aier from the Harbour Police Stations and if possible, from
Pierre .- za 12 «57 «+7 «+‘'through the fast left hand deliy- District Police Stations rs , AP
My 10 1 32 o eries of “Nobby” Clark, . The ° Nias aos Se Sale ane ere
Tere : 6 4 3; 9 County batted first and scored 288. uits B ota Tn addition to the above cite aeine : More 3
Gomes : 9 ter” and then proceeded to dismiss the (1) Phe Police will warn parochial authorities
W.I. for 129, Clark taking 5 for LONDON, July 7 (2) The Police will warn isolated districts.
: =. f ; British footballer Neil rhik= (3) Loud speaker vans will tour the Island.
H. E Watches ape et ome ie ron de a lin, who went to Bogota two (4) Plantation managers and Priests in charge of churches
® . Clark taking 5 uilaheeea a 29. months ago to play for Santa Fe, will cause their estate and church bells to be rung as

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His Excellency the Governor Jeffrey Stollmeyer and Gomez Seven. year old) Mrs. Franklin (5) Announcements will be made over Radio Distribution at Cleanliness through _ its

yesterday visited _Queen’s pape slaved dn this geme and “pulled onpece Doane ay | lg hourly or half hourly intervals at quarter past every gentle laxative action, and

where he saw members of \ © their weight”. Northants batted aS e cli gH before hour or at a quarter past and a quarter to every hour keeps you fit and cheerful

Spartan and Police teams at prac- fice and were all out for 107, wee gh York Phebe Tani as the case may be. 1? y ' .

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Ormond Marshall, the vice-cap-
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very much pleased to see the large 24 to win. They rer, Searot report “I am sorry to do this but f, you feel in need of a refreshing,
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382—Cameron 73, Ken Weekes 64,
Headley 63, and Hylton 55.
Northants’ second innings yield-

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\riRn\v iii.v a IIM n.\KR.\no-i Anvorm: p\r.F Tiiiu.i: •roprrty alee ibowN •tup Tin%  *-ten T:.< of watches shop MlMlBfl :i %  IM 7l Od. The Puller %  • on April it 1' L Jeaearru' M nv AJleyne along with the Orreatoi %  I maoc a st.it •i: ."> Yrs. Imprisonment For Watch Thief Calven E --tjtion Hill, was sentenced lo fiw %  i itu u!.-. His Honoui Sii Altai Coilyn re, Chiel day'slittinflof the Co %  i XUtlly %  nd entering lery Sh. tcfe Btraei and stealing a quantity of watches, total i :,. tkt the proMit) ol Frank Poundl An alternate count ol receiving was also in the nidictii' %  .)H2 when l ;t al tin \ %  :., %  Solicllur the Ci \\.xu .M s MBMHBI | -. o. Pounder, a )0 mlhl of %  Street I i and went horn Hi left %  qui rtad iewci%  I ned to "pr" the Hi %  I 1 lock of the (loot %  %  %  %  ent into the .' hop he found that some of tin' watches wore missing. On April 16. Bcrcsfor.l All-\ i t watch repairer, (trought %  lli N Mtor watch to him. He li-i!, ("i the watch. thai he noticed :it %  %  1 O, Ani II he wvei to n." 1 i' %  %  i m and Cpl. WCd him n Kolton wrist Hi Re HARBOUR LOG In Carliile Bay Yx-hT Tei N *ct>. Cmmanurl OOf. %  Mpi mf *<•*> !. rt rma l>. Sfh i %  ;.,,..... s II. I rrMM WMiiuiwi. •*>> %  i aw %  • %  %  >KKIV \l M %  I M V. ,.,,.. %  %  %  % %  i in.. .,.-..%  in r nn ni I In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station Mirouati !'.• i --• ** %  MaM s s tu. s s i ion*. BB Mormw lamd. | s MM %  OgM; S R Kowaltan B. Cnota: 8 S Maracaibo; S S. retro*; 8 8 lord Ctiuich; 8 8. '. ,.. | | ll-r---. v I Oardrn State. SjR. 8 Ron 8 8 M Kite. St. VirT.-iora S 8 CiwwbUrwa. I %  I'jh Virginia; 8 8' s i v,.,,.,.. SB BrcMM ii[* lot SB. i Maater; M V PiDapcvUkr; e.g rm. Mitt; 8 8 Cat1 .*; S S Foil MiHI I M V H .:niuiad. 8 8 Ea*o FI*V. SEAWELL AH RIVALS 11II W U 1. fr ST K1TTS Braithwana, MM I Bi Ml i Tfcoma Hi l> %  i rno< K Pan llev Patfl %  ANTIGUA %  i Haaaiu I'l ll'-ll OrtANA --I I, I!. Kal i .. i < Mlu Treadwell. Mr JaiMS ll,.l, nk.-v Jrayca Iloiriik.... Mi AHI I. > -1. SMwarl J Allen. j..hnMHi. BT.LUCM ( i rt-.trt Skinner. I ... %  %  HM| at Amnl Alle> WI*J was woorniK cautioned him %  bought the watch fn emeu*, i: nrwardi takan tc the i whan he wu chaxfad i statement. PC. Jrssamy laid th. | 18 at about .(Hi :i m iuwant I i ..... handad mm ;i wau n praa cn oa ui Baraaford Allayna He accompanied fpl Amen's Alley whan • IW Ed rtai the K.-iion watch %  (inn. Waldl Keuiiievr i td Ailajma, .4 watt h and clock papairar, laid that on April 11. unc ritiQcrald %  aataoB bioughi %  i watch wa s an Orreator. took it bo Poundar • siem and Pounder kapl wartdl Pounder later BHU fOf a I stable and handed over 1 %  Dai .,-1 ViUaga *j"i "IJ| ! %  ha Edwarda for about dv yaan Ha .. 1 Id* .' : Dmday whan Bdwai %  on hin ltd av< imn the watch About live cluyii later he called PhaOerald Bataoi 11 to him to be n 1 c.ir s: Hkhad %  d 1 thai he wa 1 ., %  1 %  'i. Api .1 13, he iut up nis carl al the Si.nniniiK Dcpartmenl and A 1 Uu 1 | ,1 I with the '..' ,-^ked aba Edward rdwards then showed him -anullirr walcli and said il •• for sale. He t>iumi*rd l.duards t**o Match l..mil-. On tha following day ha saw Edwardi at Church village with ali'iut four or live watches in hli hai d il*took one r the watchaa and Harper, another employee ,t the Daportmant, looked at it. It hud no stem. Rupert Harper, a lorry dnvei al the Scavening Department. said thai during the month ol April ha drove his lorry to the dust bin In Church Village. He saw Edward* walk from the Public Bath to the dust bin. He the'i showed two men some watches— about four. Three of the watches Wtf* BO good but the fourth was a gold watch which appeared to have been tampered with. Never Shaw Oltteni of Gills Road, who is employed by Mr. C King, said that he hud never given Edwards watches and never sold one. The last witness called by the Prosecution was Charles Welcr after which Edwards said nothing on hi* behalf. Hia Honour summed up •> the Jurv ratoirnad their verdict She DidlSri Steal The Gold Ring MAlzn iioi.nni *'t Emn %  n an Lane. s: aflchael acquntr.! j u r> at the Court of Grand Seaauniarhao u-d on a charg. mg one gold ruu and • --:* an. rroea tha dwell.ng house of Leonard Knighl of Bar bare*Hill Mr W W Ree*e. K C Sobcitor General, prosecuted for the Crown. Holder was unrepresented by Counsel %  v itness called I': 1 Acne-. Knight of I Hill, said thai 11 duiwi Knj hai dauchtai Polder 1 dt n aatk servant with her from Auautt I %  m Bl %  ned a gold rlnsL %  fountai'i oen. .1 penknife, a gold brooch. 1'iavrr Book from her home Her cook, MiUicnt Pile, nave her some information and brought her the ring • iInter brought her the I t d the tin* since 1938 She has not recovered the tounl %  t, brooch, penknife. All the articles are hers except the hrnoch and Prayer Book. The last two tx-long to her daughter. Milll.cnt Pile of Black Rock. said she was a domestic servant employed by Mr. Leonard Knighl Holder was employed as house an • and washer Holder hod a ring which she a>ont all tha time She ask<\l Holder how aha got ihe ring and she replied that it was a noveltyring she bought for two shillings One day while HcMci Ml wiping her hands in her apruii the rUU hooked to the apron and she threatened to throw it away. She asked Holder for the ring and she gave it lo her. Later she handed over the ring to Mrs KnightAfter the evidence of the Police. Acting City Police Magistrate Mr B Griflith read a statement made before him in Uw Police Court. This dnaed the said that she would not have given tlie ring to Mrs Knight* took. Holder claimed that the Prayer Book was given to her by Miss Knight, while .triend named Thelbert Knight of St Lucv gave her the ring. The Chief Justice summed up %  nd the Jury afUr ovti two heart irlil-1 .tion. n>turnl their verdict LiuMe-Smilh Oil BaMaLaAa Boar bus M. 2460 abOW the Break Water. Baa Btitcl i/aatarday at I 45 p in The running board and panel of the right rear wheel of the bus were slightly d.imaged Devisam Varied Vaoaba H U J. a v. cacn Bibay "f I Vlllaa I %  at bavtnj and beaten GrirrHh ol Dash Gap. on damages • crd to 20 -. 1 raauli el UM assault and .•Id that GrifTlto e| inconvenience and em•sment At the time of the %  hall win beat 1 auatei %  BaiiK %  II. %  raj 1 %  on bid 1 Bjuan %  %  ihe q %  q il time H' hi ui for" bat tea 1 aaata % %  The !., i. < uv Inlish I llu Oil Compans 1 -mg dr bj Cyrtl Alia) .. ,. Varliiida 1 1 load, while the %  1 .. .vned I.'. U 1 I' (' Pa *as bthi| 1I1 'en b* John Sa lea 1 f Si llcmard*: Vilbue S' J. % %  -1 %  1 r At the km >>f the collation i-.f .'chicles wen IravelliiiK In ilia dm. ton with the Ijui ,, lb ray lo 1 e 1 its The Weather fODAT Baa KiHea: S ** 8.m: Sun SeU: 6M5 pm Moon (New) July 15 Lighting: TOO p.m High Water: 10 40 am. 1043 p.m. YESTERDAY Rainfall tCodrlnatonl .04 In* l..1.1 for month to \ %  '• < day 09 ins. lemperature iMas> * %  • *? Temperature (Mln) 75 0 'F. Wind Direction (9 a m I B f| pin.) E by N Wind Velocity 15 mile* pet hour. Barometer <9 am.) 19 94 (3 pml ?9 M 18 Months In Prison DAVID CHEESF.MAN ami Winston Bndabaw were earh senlerMi-'i to 1" 1 oath Imprlaon* %  )-.< 1 Ihe Court of Grand Sessions -. %  lei da %  1 pleaded guilty cf hjlliai hfoahJDJI and larreny WBlu Bradshaw. pleaded guilty of larcen> BREACH OF CONTRACT; v2 atj; c 1 TAYI.01: •*. W. B Chenery. Jodf Assistant Court ol Api I umkky ordered .iuii.ui 1 ai Thonui Oaa hi paj t^' eaaaaaw ami u 6 casu when he was found guilty of a loatraci In givbuj tin order TTwii %  %  \h II A Vauajbi 1 Court B 1 %  ... %  to bull I I do Mar> Cummlna of Th. but had falWI to do s>> mi flvea %  I'rrsli 1'Vnil Arrive* %  ID BUfJBb of %  8 1)1 ought 1 Of and trucks tWO "f the dun IIOUK ihe coast %  Si %  %  SpeighUtown •chooner* unload nl a hai ve %  Both the remple An h' and the Aii-oa Polaria*' ate aapeeted to lanptete then loading about the I in *i week Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins nul'iiit,•* IrJ u A, J, m HHMki Al :v fum oj us l tmmto, ,. ,,,. mi nU^t *. %  .„,,. „^ ^^ tmmtmtmmttnH HqHmm %  ....:.,, %  ,:,;, ,. / .,. 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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS iVDVOCATE S\T( l!l)\Y Jl'l V H KM W.I. Scored 2nd WhA JSu ^ e Pally LOCAL CRICKET SEASON OPENS TO-D.-U Over Lancashire LANCASHIRE WEST INDIES {for 8 wkls dec) — 174 6 i82 397 l.l'.f.RPOOl.. July 7 I-ancoshiri'. who *ullrrcd their fir a( defeat in history at thi hands of a West Indies tourlna team at Old Traffotd las month, sustained a second and almost equally < mphat reverse here today by t!.e tourists tn bom laatncas tha m.rni'i Wins Men's Singles AT WIMBLEDON Ihe %  was by an inningA further similarity was (he ueci left am, aptn aowtar, AHmi Valentine wt-o Mlowcd up hi Old TraftV.d triumph of 1 wicttew ior 67 ninAnn ~ ioi :>: in Lancashiietoday. Lancashire's i>o*itkjn was hopelew at the md nf the %  and their six outstanding wicket.* fall in an hour and iWrtJ loo minuteUA 70 I i V ... attfl who i Laimed foui ol thi run' look lull advantage •>( th'dry, dusty ptlah Hllfhlfil spin, lilt MM pei form inn antics. Tluuughuut the game whu-h 10.500 people paid to see on Weaiiesuay and 11.100 Thuridav. the superiority ol the tourists over their opponents who had on. sustained 0M rhanipxiiisliip defeat %  sun-baked pitch. The pare bowling arle N' Conatailtlne. assistance from the worn pHotl and Tpd3 Ihe Weal Indies will plav Greenwood gave Gumc/ a chance Northami.i..,,rtiin and surel) thi WIMBLEDON. July 7 Budge Patty. 26-jearold Iran who lives in Pans, today seal on a distinguished Win.ledon Lawn Tennis career b\ g Ihe coveted Men's Singles In %  great laCtfcol battle lasting ly two hours, he defeated rank Sedgman. 22-year old Australian favourite t> I. o —10, 2. fl—3 TbOUgtl he had not shown it luring pla>. Patty must nave been nation Airier whipping beautiful passing -hot iught him vlctta %  %  threw his racket in th on this he lifted one leg. the net, shook an, and then sat •oltom round <.f ih. i fa %  everaJ minutes end resting agan.-t the The local cricket season opento-day with four first, four intermediate and six secoi.'i games The fi xtur es are as follow FIRST DIVISION Pickwick vs. ( or.ihrr.Tir.. at Kensington I oder vs. Celine at Ledge < arltan vs. Polk ,i ('arlton Hstartan vs. Wanderers at Cfaeen'o Park IMIKMII.IMI linplre vs. table and \\,r %  at Bank Hall V.M.P.C. vs. Mental HosplUI at Reekie* Road Windward vs. Spartan ,t Windward AM VALENTIN!: W.I. Play IXorlhunts To-day at slip off the pace bowler before £* !" f "H bring scoring but had only obtaincl iaanemind IhOM thro*, tloriou four when Valentine bowled him "W I" IM" Wham he took 13 Place though sufficiently it*icks 1..1 km than mi.. | covered from In. Injured hand I '• %  ''• MH'luding the hat trick, and resume, was ill at case in facing !" !" "lagnill.ent century to llerre He did not attempt heroic; fable 'he West Indies to win the but concentrated on defence, u.i,: '"'"' til Gomez tempted him wllh %  £*&?%, '* %  P 1 ^" grf,flt "" lull toss which he attempted to "^JfT ( h /" h h drive but missed after scoring f*^ u !" 8[ nine runs in an hour, and was bowled. Never Before -legsnt court eraftsn, won the French Utle last .-.it He had never previously %  rOtl the Wimbledon Singh-v. but ne had a "Giant Killer" rcpula" %  and i' at nod UM ianai-Dnal* tn 11M6. th. lost dghl in 11H8. fcxpi. • %  ionlfss and unhurried. Patty Knew the lighting Sedgman .il Of bll stride and with fluent stroking and crisp volleying, took set in 12 minute* Putty nlw. led a—| in the second %  t Then Sedgman came back, raverlng his comers with remark.i.d scoring with beautiful panting shots, he pulioi up to win a gruelling set in which must of the names Were fought to %  Any hopes the capacity crowd of 17.00(1 had of another Sedgman's re dashed Patty con stroking and took the two arts in 50 minutes Sedgman interspersed brilliant winners with outrageous errors, hut his marathon exertions of the revions three days seemed to laken their toll—Reuler In this "in Lancashire lost seven wickets for 1S1 runValentine bowled unchanged aim TattersalL always in difrkultiewllh the spin boWhtr. became nis liXth victim at the some total The end came swiftly. Pollard after several escapes when facing Valentine had his ofl-siumpa re moved by Gome/ and Slatnam was caught at midolT. The inning cloned for 182 The West Indies had gained their secon I innings victory over Ijinrashn this tour. Valentine finished wit-I wickets for fifiy-seven runIIII.II> shine, as Lei 1928 game. Can Learie's feal l>e apprnarhed • %  H-.ii 0? lodej i rodaj %  noil .iii be the sixth one wh Noithaiiiptnnshire and of trie live plated to date the W I have won 3. lost one. and the other drawn There wi no fixture In iron but in IPMa plcndld ii. %  i%  '.oodmnn laid the f.Hiiidaiion for I •Irtory for the W.I. by 155 runs v WJ. i Scores I l>l lanlnK %  -.I. •.) ^• % %  •UilTr t't <* Wa-)ihn->k I b W. b PWrrr Edrich -Ipd Ch.Ulianl b Valrnnnr Qv— c OWKI b Valrntmr Whanon b VairniiwPUr 1> Oumri .lr*rnKl b Valw.i.nr Tattnuill b Vatonunr I'oiiiini u oeatal r.lra. btlb.l > The IH23 batting by Chalhmor ton )„, put on 125 for the first wicket, but rain on the second dny washed out play and any chances the W.l. had of winning Uic game This rlxtuie ended m a draw on trie third day. %  %  Snuflie" Brown and Pascal! did some good bowling "lie Constantjne's match in 1928 The West Iru,,, 154 for 9 m reply to th.County's Constantino had been in d'e15 Contest Golf Today A FIELD of fifteen will go aftthe monthlv silver beer mug thO Hocklev Golf and Count ( lub today, playingt match play ureJer hanilicap against bogey. and three challenge matches will l— played eoincidentally Mic h ael Tlmpson, The Lodge School master, has tossed in i challenge againat N T WilliamM an effort I.I climb from third to %  nd place, while E J Petrie ilrlve to displace David some Tuie Ltme-Smith at No. IS on the md Tahl %  l.-'dder. and W 11 Grannum has in: lie a courageous bid to oust J O'D Egan from his position ;.t No. 27 The draw, starting times and handicaps for th r Beer M competition are as follows:— e J Purl Hi IPO Fall ol wkU IIO i ti I H IIUWLINt; ANALYSIS Johnv.n Pierre Vakriillne H.E. Watches Cricket Practice Hi Excellency the Guv.inor yesterday flatted jfungtva V.xk. where he saw members of the Spartan and Police leains at piacliee in the nets. He also chatted with K I Watrott. the captain of Spartan, and Onnond Marshall, the vice-captain of Police, and expressed his opinions of the various players whom he saw at practice. He was very much pleased to see the large 4 '" !" Th '' v number of small boyi who ,; vastatint mood taking 7 wkt* foi mns. in the hat tmk he took n I.wkRota or c N WooUey, P a Wautera, .md I' Matthew fyVjUlfl '"'l. .i %  "iii tin v !.,%  N nth nt %  i round Laarj luai as dimu: -, Ui \!l' "••OURle and he bagged 6 lor 67. The West lnd.es suffered their first defeat in H,M. p, inri ,, a ih through the f.,si |,.f, hand deliveries of "Nobby* Clark The Counbr batted first and scored 288 and then proceeded to dismiss the W I lor 129. (lark t.king 5 for 32 Following on the tourists did worse, ami were all out for 9.' Clark taking 5 wickets for 29. Headley alone of the W.I. baUmen was comfortable scoring a 1 In the Brat innings. The Weal Indies made amends in 1939 heating the Countv bv ;. Wll gels Jeffrey Btollmojor and Gnmez pl %  I "-I 'i In lanw and "pulle*i their weight' Northants batt.-d first and were all .Kit for 107. Hyllon taking 5 f.r %  The Wesl Indies repliwl with 382—Cameron 73. Ken Weekes 64 lleadli t..l and llylton 55 Northants' second innings yielded 299 leaving the W.I. to get ored 25 for the loss of Jeffrey's wicket, and won inv-N T wuiiMM 9 %  i %  • i r WBIJI • li-i'i rr\ Mpr.iiiiii' -II • av j on ***„ isi w H Oras nun %  ., w RaM H Wbrrw III (>o Challrrrar lUi .• rasjM i Footlmller Quits Bogota LONDON, July I. British footballei Neil Franklin, who went to Bogota two months ago to play for Santa Fe. left New York by "plane for Britain last night according to pre: reporti here. He wont la New York to put Ins wife and live-year-old son on the 'plane for Britain. Twentv%  OVOn JnMl old Mrs Frankl eaneeti I baby next month. The London Dally Express % %  noted Flanklin as saying beforo |M left New York "I have quM M> wife did not like Bogota ami was very unhappy there I came to New York only to see her off but dwided to leave for England rnnalf." Franklin added according to the report "1 am sorry to do this but my family comes first "—Renter playing games all over the lietd %  fine game, and was tl DM lime soon among C. B. Clarke played for this them County during his residence In %  keen fight, but will brook 0* Although a football eiithusiaU. England, and we saw Derds interference in their present sene M still has | great Intorntl m Brookes, one of lheir recent "f wi"* which at present stand* at Click** and intends to I%  i-ie %  >.* promising Miungslers with the ft at some of tin games during thi JllMIt M.C C. side Can Ihcy make it ten? %  cason. I Tlie visitors can be assured of —B.M The Acting Colonial Treasurer anvisis for. the lni<,i inatn.n of the Public that the octagonal hmnre 3d coins will be put into circulation by the Banks shortly, as silver 3d pieces are no lung,, n Inted by the Royal Mint. These coins should be readily accepted as the. are legal lender, hut. owing to ihcir heavier welgnt. they should not IKgenerall> mixed with other silver coin, deposited with the banks in parcels Only one of these coins may be put into a $50 parcel and not than two into a $100 parcel. With these two ex. ant.OM UaaM must be deposited separately with the Banks A photograph of the coin is reproduced below If Is hereby as described heir ^They'll Do It Every Time VDURE RiCa-lT, CAPTAtMI GwESS X WAS GONG A LITTLE PAST! I ADMIT |T| I'W SOT ONE TO TffV AND CRAWL OUT OC Tr*lN6S"' ) I'LL KNOW BITTER J NEXT TIME ""IT'S ALL AY PALLT--HEYI YOU'RE NOT 6IVIN6 ME A TiCKET *9fr >OJ ? I WASN'T G0N6 THAT PAST— / TUE wi^E T\jt*KS /Os Tk-E C-sARM,ANO ( HE AVH TS EVEI?YTHiK6" BUT WATC.4 'EW CW/NfiE WWEN TWEY STlLi. 6ET —— By Jinimv^Hatlo ") / IT WONT MELP TO -s/ A ATCMiMfi THE ORtVEQ COP A PJJA TO MO 4VA1L----THEYLL DO TT EVERY TiME--TMANX TO JY LAVtiMSS, HARRSON N.J. HURRICANE WARNIN08 notified that on the approach of storms w ill be diaplaved at the following place* Public Buildings Mount Standfast, St. James South Point Lighthouse East Point Lighthouse Harrison Point Lighthouse Harbour and Shipping Masters Oflkn Crane Hotel. St Philip ilacklcton's ClitT. St. John Highgale Signal station District "B" Police Station District "C" Police StaUon District "D" Police Station District F." Police Station Dlfftnct F' 1 Police Station I CAUTIONARY WARNING
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§ a I % %  r d II J July S JBarbaitas Quorate 1 i : HVK C*VIS Ver kfX I U. S. TROOPS ADVANCE TEN MILES Miss Ward Will Make Griffiths Talk What Does The Colonial Office Know About W.I.? (From Our London Correspondent) ..„,, ,_ LONDON. Jul) 7 QKU.R.MINKI) to liud out hnu mm h the Colonial Office | know ol I hi* territories under their control. Concert1 alive M.P. Miss IMM Ward bw derided lo u pati und in the next | turtnielM she will ask Mr. James Griffiths. Colonial Secretary Ihree iim-Mion*, relating lo the West Indie*. MUM Ward told me today she was particularly interested in West Indian Welfare, following u three months 1 hnhdav recently spent In Jamaica. I think the M I xtremely interesting" she said. "and 1 want to make sure Mini how they've got a UnivcrMtv Collage, that lull and best use is made of it" Or* queetion Miss N tabled for July IK aah i rovlaton thenwin t.M In* C .i\*gc tor Watt %  < taka atudlai in home n..-kiny subject* and eralts ..f ih,. adaodi I that sh" had appointed in rind -word curving and simUar crafts we..' mil highly developed m the W. Indies and particularly lo tin t that many chops stocked goods (hull I'm sun* that, given miles West Indians could dcvclcp a really good woodcraft Industry. she said, and I leel facilities should be availably for tiainmg .it tlHJ University Colfc W.I. Should Face Future In Better Heart SAYS TIMES After Two Days Running From Koreans "Cold War Getting Hot" i i .rtiiiri weigh* ti twitch I lb LONDON, July 7. The Time* leader this morning under the heading "West Indian Sugar" hails the "good news' 'hat sugar discussions between Hi* Maje-.lv': Government and ;he B.W.I have ended in agreement The Wesi Indies, it soys, have i btalned useful and important %  insurances which "introduce into he agreement an element of elusilcity." The Time* layi this was doubtless already implied in the terms %  if the agreement as Into by the rood Ministry but "it is 11ore than useful that there should lie no uncertainty in the minds of %  he West Indian producers %  Until the Government's policy hid been tested, there was bound •o be a sense of Insecurity among I roducers. who had been victims in the past and still depended on :ugar sales tor their livelihood. "The agreement announced last night" concludes the Times, should help them face the future in l>etter heart." Good Will In the new undertaking on West Indian sugar, the British Government have given tangible evidence of their good will, the Times stated It was to be hoped that when the delegates — "who %  epresent not only the sugar producers but the whole population nil the islands"—returned home,' nuostions the West Indies would And the i ontract in its present form I acceptable. ML civi'iu ol WeM Indian* an easily to be understtyd They | : uttered vei v much in the past along with other primary produci rs when prices fell eatastrophi< ally in times of depression | BBSBI bedI he (Um heet tin the around (I are three or lour of which Better Service Between W.I. And Britain Giant Beet Over Six Pounds Weighs Miss Ward's llrsi qUMtlofl comes up on Monday when ana will ask Mi G-ifflih* i an up-to-date rapail on prison condition* II. ihe Want Indie*. end make \\ available f > r Ihe library of the House '1 wart to know whether the Colonial Office have this information immediately available". she *ld. "I wont to make sure they really know what goes on lb the Colonies." Question three on her list due lo be answered on July 1H d with unemployment Mr Griffiths will be asked vhat policy is recommended in •lie West Indies for dealing with unemployment amonr adolescents That will clee* >iu Hi Ward's Immediate enquiries, but she assures me she will soon be hoca; with a further stack of MENZIES CALLS FOR RECRUITS "It is this country's belief that violent fluctuations in the fortunes %  if primary producers ought to be avoided by concerted internationI crisis jil action and the Government [ the Hi CANBERRA ^Australia, July 7 Prime Minister Robert Menzies to-day called on Australians to enlist In the armed foihen id now In view of the Korean Mr. Menrles moved thai of Representatives apThe future of sea : | %  | todhM r an noon For over an hour Mr AI be: Gomes and Mi Harold Robinson (members ol thi delegation) dtecu the M %  Orlfflths, Colonial Boere ta ry and him that gn antg arete essential. I lo Mi OrUBtfai that Own were eavejral hundreds of people at the present lime who wante i to travel pi tween Brit.un and the West Indies but who could not obtain sen r avage* Further he was told thai was no good expecting the French hue to earn Htt btu-den Thai arai Qnl] larvlnj to kaolata Britain from the West I DMdiate need (or additional British paaan vices With regular facilities, it would be possible tor n. pie to |0 I I "he We1 I see for •xUtlni II learn points M new of the inhabitants. Sn.i.ih West Indians would be able to come to Britain and And out just what the country wu like. Mi Orlfllthi tan i gym ii.itbnbi ally t> these Mi Oetnai told ma itterwards be hoped rail WO ila i l %  AT I %  -tefda> • thai It OOUld easik m • I I talc tlietv was on diapla] i hav,been ims'.ik* i: fo lull SPORTS WINDOW IIIIIM I • %  I i %  %  pan .-.a %  .. %  IHWII rh-r M." Imljd. I.... Ill Hrni Worirll Wlllc i •V M C A Sx.lr ac old and mudujuj ii' u *./' thk ii-. t mu grown in the kitchen garden %  •( Mr J N Ih'purt %  •;ii t ultllie have deliberately decided to buylprovc Governments action |li small par" sugar in the free lhat they msy mi of the country's country s irket in order %  afrai ttw SEAMEN BOYCOTT ARMS SHIPMENTS SYDNEY. Julv 7 The Federal Executive of ihe Communist led Australian Seamen's Union today announced that its members would not tramPart] port war materials to Korea. The | United the United Nations Korean conflict Both Houses unanimously endorsed the Government's action supporting the Security Ouneil Opposition Leaders came out in support of Mr Menrles' motion and told Parliament that all Australia's lighting services need recruits and warned of Ihe preparation lhat comes too late Joseph Chlfley. former Prime Mimstei and now Police Nab Bandit King's Lieutenant todaj did I'Al.KKMo JUlJ • PoUoi lo nino, said to IKone of ruthless killers among the lieulenrnts of Salvaloc OluUano, Sicily*" "Robin Hood" bandit %  hoi dead in a fU Opposition Leader issued a statev/ednesday behslf He said N m of the Labour he aureed that ntet venlion teclsion affects nearly all Aus, Korea will probably do more than Wr Mannmo who ti %  b Of killing most of the fit Giullano's aavan-yaw IraUan merchant seamen who are anything else to prevent n embers of the Union — Heater (World War -(Can Frees) Modern Caveman British Woman was belle.i Traps j when police bulletkilled QlUll ana. His capture means lhat onlv three or foui of Glubaj Ml at larv Otheii killed or ;,[,:.,,., i ( I... F r > ran tolili OuUlano camp ifr Renter VIKNNA. July 1 Three hundred policemen today sped to a mountain vaUcy following a muuntatneer's Itory that he had been threi >by a man he believed to be a hairy "caveman" Guldo Zu S erle, wanted in connection with the murder of MnM i' 1 lunro. Thev throw a cordon around the area. Drowned After Ship Fight Bumoa AIW J mt] l k 50-50 Chances Of War" SAYS NEHRU MBW DEUII. Ju %  Prime Ulntatai Nehru said India had not offered an not Inland to offer to mediate over Korea Nehru told it ; niters U Offoi bei go. %  qin led to do so by parUag conctraad Replylni to n question *-iehr„ said .f it-,,, was any chance of peaea out ol am kind of negotiation, he would "$B to tinttMstl i irtsV H Nan working through channels to securel %  : %  i .on of Communist China to Ihe Security Council That and m ol Ruagla to the Security Council, Nehru declare*) 'are I conditions to enable the to discharge its functions .ide,|uately and bring the K oi anii rontUet to a promot and peacatut naton." Beyond Capacity Military assistance to South %  hru said was beyond •uld make littla ii't' 1 "Tb< Ite-tt assistance tn andar It nalp m limiting th. area of conflict and trying to %  nd it Nahru aaaaaaad the cii.u.. %  td %  %  pute I world wai al "ftflj i,fiv a Sacurity counKorea. India an] enlargement %  %  • %  d to • aggression In Korea ilona and to no oUu i .situation." — (Reuter i Soviets Protest U.S. Blockade MOSCOW. July 7 Foreign obaarvi i >M exchange of Sovii'l an.I Ameie H nobM on tna tuval btoi kada Koraa kntroduaad • new grav %  larnanl into the Asian situation The Soviet Union's note to Washington said the blockaUa was. B now act of aggression on the part of the Unite | %  %  would fa %  held raaponafbli eonse-iuenees of damaging (lie In teresls of Ihe Soviet Union The Sovlri Union nu seen hv at %  i ba reacting to what reel !hc ii ,'i.n'v own FBI Eastern %  % %  van Union bad ami • i %  I int. .1 State-. .„ hot, %¡ pan aggn n ag i i I Korean and Chine i Peopli R< publics Renter. %  the ih i ild wai thai Ol liimian U %  Paopa Bti ii'.i% hi tgnad the Btoi kholni Pooea bad in fact taken |ha I %  ., dent ive sue. .f fuel, take iMlapona iwa) f'om mercenary forbi I my son id to nalii in U mill deny fooo u %  aen (•id u-angarari to the Ada prevent *nj iM-awiis Reuter pi U.S. Must Step Up Radio Service \ ASHING ION IHI. : Ge %  die i rpOraUon atOi million i m radM itatt* %  %  % %  The Uni i behind •! %  %  i laid Mu %  %  lelltti n.. %  ; %  ted Stab a*a The On the KOREAN FRONT. July 7 ^MERICAN ground forces struck back and re gained 10 miles of lost **ound today under the coyer of smotherinR air at vcks on Communist armour. Korea's skies buzzed with rxeket firing Invader bombers which pinned down Northern tankfl while 0 I's after two days "n the run from heavily superior forces took the initiative and probed nnrtp a Rain. i i %  dene* on the Senate tteeoluhon n ..... of truth' m He-tit ii,i HI. i "ii'ii: Tiinn ^i plan tor rvpandtng itV< %  mat Ion set %  u the inist twi ..1 Op It N -I'll Ameih a t.. :• %  bout i Al The united m lb . tweea tag ind Pfcibppihi through iiMedltei ra w India ll ni|iined. be said edltttt %  high powei In I in < % %  %  i i %  i m Phil i %  %  \ %  I beamed Into Biberia i: ISrilish Sport Xeeds Ministry IKNIKIN. JuU %  Prime V Ii i trv .. %  Bnori fan eh a Britain -, % %  ..' %  %  avenl John Ha,i. I ia> oi sp.n and Phj tore foi the aurpaee of atin uliitinc -i < ti.umni: in oraard i baane and o u i iL.ition.. praaO %  %  broad in the laat two %  < %  I ., the w. %  iiuiieand % %  toot ball lo gp Blatei in Hia/il aim had been -U| ied il Wimble* — iK.ul.-i > U.S. Took Beds By Surprise Says Ulbricht . ted I Ulbricht i % %  i %  !* %  %  i)d high oMci r People 1 Police" thai A, Nttoh ,i i.. rea I Soviet i' I, b) %  ,or. i In %  ovei MIII Ln on Clbuebt VI 'i %  1 ii •, I coul %  be % %  Walte .. I ol Uv "... Cumnib%  Along Use frontline m taa i with driendeti i ova tions north of Maguag Ka-• %  '. Yonabaeh la cimnpi anetnm \b tan Naval patrols DO %  harUed ml tunics, betdgea and sttacken shipping Thev wen tired "i from Htl etle. t n.u Allied BM. FHII. F.1I nnd Fal "Jumped" rt Korean column i.uou iroopa ..mi 40 to M lank m rafs \t had IN-H r* %  hut djmsge haggsi-1 %  whlpplM ami enoi gh %  done One beardei who rein i %  we ouid huv rojaa Chinese Reds Open Seeond Hound Ol War n MIMI XI I i-nt Re N ter-, Cterreapoad< nl "mil Hope For French Explorer'''' ConsuipUoii In The United Slabs WASK1NOTI N. b The United BtaM Governrnenl li da* oi-d< lion to brli i nengih needed foi the Korea) Wnr All Ihtee Aimed BerVtcOa ai re luthurl ed '" %  -<<*ed tin* vcrall budgi i pplllng (>'t military The i IIMI %  i ii p.i iraenl anil it UH OVI rail 11 ..in i,< oi the A'I %  -1. had restrict had bam lifted MaU%  no the alie of variou Q Uiiw Reuter TWO IMaiM-. I.*st %  %  innounced lbs I two %  :. %  %  ... |J K %  mtci %  :, nt I % %  %  ... %  tua I an eflm Bouai I %  ..II. i %  %  i MHllb Ol %  Korea corK-antrattni ati.ii ks o Ua v. ,.„.k || %  j. %  outh ol Buwon %  are a im ed al i %  concen* tratiufia Six hi HI tanks ue^V ng alter one %  .1. . % %  :..! alaatoi rted ,. i ted lot .. Bad weal Itotttad lb) i nnibei of M IWI Ninth Korean loi.es had nboti' ISO tan) . %  i in toe v" A' guel artlvitv QaBaral HaeAriaaafl head) .to h n **ere ten "il-n M. it oi .. bether ani northern divl iin •erc til Intcin.li.i .1 ahataater the .|ike.m*n sali aad Users would tw aaaedl .l< sinifiiinieiiirnt If gai "i ill to i\*rtr litllliil Intelllgi %  %  %  %  live that th. Nortl I i'. i. touth Korea) %  i i ...,. treat of American unit* in the UN rase 3 Miss Mun,o.43-ye..-old B.itish ISTtS^TSSSTi ifflcial, was fouim and gagged in a n Patcher Kofel Innsbruck last Art( i. in< .1 nuked, bound. sealed cave mountain neu Saturdaj The mountaineer -aid he tried 10 force the man. whom he racog* nised as the "Caveman" from poitea deacriptlon, to accompan> him to the |X)lice. but the man drew %  pislol and forced the mountaineer to re*j Tlu.ks.i. laiituin. 48-year-old 7ingerle. lor whom police %  ii Western Austria and Northern ltal> ate searching is :i to have a mama for Uuilumg Leopold's Brother-in-law Arrested BRUSSELS Jut) 7, Walter Baels. 40--ear-oli brother of King Leopold's wife Princess DeRethy, was arrested on the Franco-Beiglan border last night and detained in prison i-i Hru--e • In 1946 the militar> court in Bruges aaniattNd hun to three years' Imprisonment lor desertion .elaborately furnished apartments The sentence was still landing n, cave* of :iieTvi..le i Baels when arrested last night. 1 wu crossing the border into BelPolice investigations have dotglum to attend the funeral of hiclosed that Mis* Munro met Emmotlier Madame Henri Baels who h.erle in front of the Patscher Koft-i died at Ostenn eeataraay. He had'Hotel on Saturday morn in. ind not previously returned to Bel-'.spoke with him. It is believed he llnm aince the war. He lived lnl mw de an appointment vv Pari< and South France the mountains for the afternoon At his trail it was alleged that probably promising Baels was able to flee from aome interesting caves Belgium following the German invasion in 1940 Zmgerle. said by police lo have Authorities in Lisbon %  erved ( disappeared from his home on him with a mobiludlion .r in Mondav was sentenced to two instructing him to jo,n the frryears' imprisonment in 1947 for Belgian forces who arera con'inu-. keeping a girl in a caving the fight from abroad Baels, ft Patscher Kofer. arisen did not answer the order It was i Munro'' body was found stated. — Remter, I (Reuteri ish liner"HumidBMM and believed D The HtohUMld Cl.ie/fuir, u* loading meat m La Plata Toman Kh Ronal Hawcock. .: altendiftei both M i. knock%  %  overboard and struck OU1 %  Rruter REGAINS SEAT KOKMV W %  J di ti Kuptrt wilmol r N I Ii* seal in the House whiih he < the Qenaral Eiec,i;ii owing to a lechmcaht> —ha bad a 1 Ih tb Oo*i B %  %  ha if land—by an ii'caae.1 v-*r the loour etnniidate at a byc-cieetiuii yeiterday Umcial Mantling of the House la 17 Labour. 13 iiociaiisU. 2 Inde%  —Can. PresN. l.AKK till I r. | %  %  Con. II until mg Into the Korean Wi tl i |U" tion of Formosa have in Ihi .pinion of diplomat' .< second round of Uie United Nations war .-.gainrt Communlal Nor Hi Korea. ... T • %  T | • I .1.1-. I I i.iei constitute -. thrall ..f lOMi %  vention m Korea The aan n reellnj hen Hat the m* between Ea i ah v. %  .. United Natldn iese ( opeal I I make -b. '' tualb Imi I .. ol roe %  %  h revot %  %  %  i -aeler I'AKIS The tarn I) ol H real old .:...:-, I r m ) e.v ptorai lout I I Mi disap I paarad In the matted |ui Northern braxil said hi i • at ji\en up Raymond tni .. iroung man ol bnn i U i emirage Phe I lid Ol Sr|e„ rP n V„v asei Jii II iga/iiM' fi>r whien %  i Imlieve rtH>rts from i ii the young advai tut 1 ii fii.-ii of itar? iiion lie rna] have rtumblad on lime pi in %  e bit* md be living I M %  j i ') was the %  i . % % %  B.Mt'l DUTCH DESTROYER TO AID S. KOREA THE HAGUE. The 1.796-ton ln,l -i Evert left 9ui Indonesia today for Kor %  2?<> ThIt in %  .. %  to South K — Reuter. Truman Asks $260m For Atom Bomb Development Oil Shipments To Fur Fast llanneil NEW Yfll'K. JuU ', at f II Baal .•)! ihlpn i loll a vlth am war July i polei %  .1.' Bkal II ii falling into the J hate in .hands of North Korean -.ympa'*. i' """'llhis-f'. the Ne,. V<,.k Times re. new <>f [ported In a Wa-hliigtou .. Holland's j today ii Sam rooabti ad aciio Mcpartmei.i • 31 it* and Commerce have imposed an rmbaram .n.eiing the linn ,. port %  r Hong Kong as well aa the 1' Tn >tv II i .' T.. daV DB %  i •urrounded all official riruu-r I nite.1 vocate WASJ I Truman tod tor s2GO.ooo.och • ant on aiom,c bombs and push %  %  b*dro-j show her j gen bomb. Truman %  I would be used Atoo i build additional n cient plant %  ork on the hydrogen bomb The Prt-aldent saM Ih.i ihe Inml imi nt.I ohintlvp ito ,,-r stomlr eiirr< for geaee hot tn added "until his oblertlve Is howe ...hlrird •trenithen our own defences 0> piiM'idins the nee^ssarv stomir rnero .ipinl> at Ma meiit uSat 'i III *. arorh en of etomu ^ %  eluding hvdrogen or haston bomb." U :b.new undertaking %  up atomic energy programmei Ihe Atot %  itpnrp based upon the bl. and vigoroui leadership It ha must tinaton Ihe pa*' Com i rnlng %  %  %  dd l>e %  ; 1 progress •'i I %  'Exp-inM-n In i nergy progran n %  atomn energy I %  be*nel1 of mankind" Truman said Heater > U.S. Witt Appoint Allirti C'in'C LAJCJ si;, i j a ruly 7 %  (ouneil | lUnAri %  mandei Ii rh,.f ovei i i AUia RapuMle In favour with tig % %  ..:• %  : i i l-egan Rula boycotted the session




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