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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Tuesday.

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1956





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. KOREANS PREPARE ALL-OUT ATTACK |

Albert Gomes Made

Webb Apologise
The Inside Story Behind

Sugar

(From Our Londo

Talks

n Correspondent)
LONDON, July 10.

Today we are able to reveal the inside story behind the

Sugar negotiations between

the B.W.1. and His Majesty's

Government which ended successfully last week,
All the evidence points to the fact that the West Indian

delegation would have gone

away emptyhanded had it not

been for their dogged determination, shrewd bargaining,

and refusal to capitulate when thi

These factors
purpose:
one,

were reinforce

a —~4

Rice Growers |
Want Inquiry |
Commission

GEORGETOWN, July 10.

A_ representative gathering of
British Guiana’s rice producers in
the City Hall today unanimously
passed a resolution requesting the
Government to ask the Secretary
of State for the Colonies to <¢
point an “independent” commis-
sion to probe the rice industry.





This mass meeting of more than
800 that overflowed into the yard
hailed from Crabwood Creek on
the Corentyne to Pomeroon in re-
sponse to an emergency call at
short notice from the British Gui-
ana Rice Producers’ Association
which sponsored the meeting.

The Government proposes to
amend the rice marketing Ordin-
ance of 1946 with respect to the
powers and function of the Rice
Marketing Board, and the Execu-
tive Committee of the Board, and
in other respects.

teenage oe pe <

Democratic Right |

They have been encouraged 3
the Government since, prior to}
setting up of the Colonial Devel: |
opment Corporation, the pence |
tion has been looking forward as |
a democratic right to the full con-
trol of the entire industry; but the
Association’s president Deoroop
Mahraj disappointedly told the
meeting that the Association was |
never consulted by the Govern-
ment before the Bill was drafted.

Nevertheless, if the Bill were
passed, all 60,000 people living by
the industry would be reduced to
nothing but slaves

Other speakers at the three-
hour meeting, including four leg-
islators, felt likewise and the
Honourable Dr. Cheddie Jagan
described the Bill as a move to
pave the way for C.D.C. monopoly
and control.

The speakers charged that the
Rice Marketing Board has
squandered many thousands of
dollars in purchasing useless
tractors and ploughs, the Mahai-
cony-Abary rice development
scheme (mechanized cultivation)
being continually run at a loss.
The price control of export rice at
below world price had since 1939
caused the industry by which very
many very poor people lived to
lose $30,000,000 income. A fifty-
three-year-old producer and
senior vice-President of the Asso-
ciafon, David Harpauo Goorbarry,
sobbed as he moved the resolu-
tion, strongly urging on Govern-
ment: —

(1) The Bill is inimical to wel-
fare and interests of industry and
to rice growers in particular, and

@ on page 3



gs looked black.
ced by the delegates’ unity of



every single decision they made was a unanimous

The Housewives’ League played
an important part in contributing
to the success of the negotiations
i by_ continuing steady barracking
ef Food Minister Webb from ever)
part of the country

But undoubtedly the decisiv:
factor was Mr. Webb's statement
—or rather misstatement—in the
House of Commons last week
which was exploited with telling
effect by the delegation when they
met representatives of His
Majesty’s Government last Tues-
day

Mr Gomes at this meeting read
out a copy of the statement he
had issued refuting Webb’s state-
ment and our correspondent un-
derstands Webb apologized to the
delegation and promised to give
a full explanation of the facts te
Commons.

This explanation was given "|
Mr

Commons this afternoon.

Mr. Webb said ~: snould like
to take this Opportunity of correct-
ing the reply made to a supple-
mentary question on June 28 when
I said that the West Indies were
not providing the sugar they had
contracted to deliver

There is of course as yet no con-
tract, and what I intended to say
was that the sugar we were getting
this year from all Commonwealth
sources together was unfortun-
ately below the estimate which
had been made of what we might
expect from them under the 1948
guarantee”.

Gomes's tactical move at the
Tuesday meeting put His Majesty’s
Government on the defensive and
can perhaps be said to have
created the right conditions for
| their acceptance of the terms of
settlement which the B.W.1. dele-
gation had prepared.

The fact that His
Government had previously re-
jected these terms—which after-
wards were made the basis. of
their final terms—-shows signifi-
cantly the effectiveness of the
strategy which the B.W.1l. em-
ployed at the meeting





Majesty’s

delegation were on the wane and
some of the delegates were think-
ing of packing up and_ going
home.

When our correspondent inter-
viewed Gomes at the time, how-
ever, he expressed his determina-
tion to carry on the fight despite

repeated rejections by His
Majesty's Government of B.W.I
offers.

One of the significant aspects of
the settlement which is sometimes
overlooked is that the B W.1. dele-
gation by its nine weeks’ struggl
has been able to wrest a decision,
from His Majesty’s Government
which has improved not only the
West Indian position, but that of
1 Commonwealth countrie

This has considerably enhanced
the prestige of the West Indies—
and augurs well for the future
Caribkean Federatior

Wiseman Finds Frogs

And Puddles In W.L.

From Our Own

As the House of Lords’
ation showed last week, argu
economy or federation shoul
of the well being of the peo

The University of Leeds
H. V. Wiseman calls for
“fundamental’
Times to-day.

}
U.S. Mission Going
To Indo-China

WASHINGTON, July 10
A United Nations military Sup-
ply Mission is scheduled to fly io} s
Indo China about August 1, it was]
'
|
tl





learned here iy

The Mission is being, dispatched
ir accordance if President
Truman's announcement
cutbreak of the Korean wi:
such a mission would be se

after the |

that there would |

in the provision of military

ance to the Ir - fo
resisting the rebel Communist

forces of Ho Chi M

authoritative
issue in a letter published in the London



Correspondent

LONDON, July 10.
debate on West Indian feder
ment continues whether sound
d come first in the promotion
ples ot the Britigh Caribbean.
Lecturer in Socia] Studies Mr
guidance on this

Declaring that a “West Indian”
outlook is only now beginning to
develop widely, Wiseman says
Lord Listowel in a Lords’ debate
rightly emphasised the danger that
if Federation is some
units may achieve self government
and be attracted by economic
nationalism with unfortunate re-
we for the region as a whole

Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados and

delayed,

oe

_ Six U.S. Soldiers Butchered

TOKYO, July 10. }
Two Military



A NEW LARGE SCALE ATTACK by North
Korean forces was foreseen in a communique





Chiefs Going from General MacArthur's headquarters.
; s The communique said that Communist pushes
To Tok VO during the night in the Chonon Chochiwon area had
- temporarily lost momentum but reconnaissance
WILL SEE MACARTHUR | elements were active and North Korea reinforce
WASHINGTON, July 10. | ments were moving — All indications > pointing
7 7 Chiefs of Staff a the Arm ; ; a ranawed lates scala shan the
abr os re Aol oan er J MODERN MENACE communique said. On the mair ;
berg are leaving W yshinigton to : seen ooh i Sood te THs. /
jmight tor Tokyo, they will confe WASHINGTON, North Korean division aide

with General MacArthur and learn ‘The motor car has killed
nhc times as many Ameri
ean. as all the wars in
Wich ihe inited Staics tus
bee i snvolved since it fought

the third is hitting at the Ame
cans just north of Chochiwon
Northwe of Ur

North Korean

first hand” how best he car

6e supported by the Defence Dx
riment in Korean operations

A Defence Department spoke

Vandenberg would go by air an
/ .oul be in Tokyo for only the






ong the





. in Bit 4 for mdependence vu reportedly gaining reund i
in said that General Collins ; os 7 eet . "a ;
' a oll ind 177 Statistics issued by the Chonan, area wide a
National Safe.y Council enveloping movement appear
he that 942,000 have been be in preparation
wi time Tt was n . s ’ n paratior
; ri S- ot know Kh bed and 32,070,000 injur-



ether they would visit Kore

A main threat ties in the poss:
—Reuter,

bility that east coast forces wiil
push inland and join forces witu
Communist columns driving sours
from Tanyang.

et trom accidents caused by
automobiles



os ‘Securily













«pe P
te Bt A. Be rgd oF ran oot received the O.B.B. at the hands of the King at the Investiture | Y e P | 23 Killed PP ey. eee
at Buckingham Palace this week, shows his decoration to Mr. George Miller | c Seer nie i ane
Sak ee er of the West India Com OUNCE S ] C | | . American forces ot the ;
. > t } .
a menses linehtemcaih . siete g ae | U. “x nh oO om ya iS t ront, cabled today
| 2 le > de uX American prisoner were mul
+ e 1 | Se SS I | . dered in cold blood j
Luke And _U by Wi et U Larthquakes co es oh
| with experie al )
e e SAYS MOSCOW t ; experience non
weenev a BOGOTA, Colombia, July 10 sioned officer vho j
e > - a | MOSCOW, July 10 At least 123 persons pet t American oldier iy
In ‘ | The Soviet Communist Party {i weekend earthquake the bullet holes through the pach
oodb e d oO e I Ca )-’gan “Pravda only newspaper} recked North and Central Col their heads and elr hands
|; ublivthed here on Monday—fired}|b a destroying town ind | behind their back
7, y ‘ ew broadside against the Unit plin communications port Wanted To Surrender
TO SUGAR Experts Flay Defence Department 050.20 ee: Oe Ts geee mais aie ena
| j The Headline “Intervention Un e death toll may reach 200 when a succéssful Americal
ger CONDON: July 10, | By PAUL SCOTT RANKINE [cer Mag of United Nations” ap-| ‘There wes ne dinasinadtbed Kar cathan ace
Sev suke, Assistant} TAS jpearca over a special despat tumber injured 1 fo quake test rage t oO the
1 Under-See retary of State for the! Offi 15 f th Def WASHING TON, July 10 rom New York saying that th hic h ra Nar eA A " } Ribena patioe ii, elas vig
}Colonies and Mr. Sweeney of thal iclals of the Defence Department were today deciding | Security Council was “paralysed Pyovines leat Satirdas Gea | “ane (baGleto woarinen: acme
Colonial Office will be at Heath-| the next step in the Korean war—setting up a “line of no]“nd unimportant sunday but t ne they had: Overruh' ander. cover
lrow Airport tomorrow morning t¢ retreat” for United States forces facing still advancing It said: “Remanents are bein d to run high of heavy mist this morning
loft a oe ‘deleg ation North Koreans, The announcement of the establishme nt} nited afer ce fant iy th aie: r i Three “Sergeants found — th
me on Hts homeward -idurhey : United States to justi ieir crim 1¢ CO Ombian we ament ; : os
SPK-hleh-ig--Ghe. ‘hocae wae es ae line is expected soon from the headquarters of|inal vole as gendarmes in Kor bushed doctors, nurses, and 1 bodies bende a maf igh
successor at the Colonial Office nivec ations Commander General Douglas MacArthu na other lands in Asia mes in by plan Food mt Mn ae nee nes 1 Seoul 4
ri | It'is eagerly awaited by public Similar charges made by Gen applic for homeless ineludir eee ae ee Sanaa
The delegation is not wastin opinion which has become dis-|(ral Kin Ir Seng, North Koreau!tonts ave being flown in OMicl, [Sd that ho saw the two butch
its last hours in England. T} ouraged by continuous reports of | Commander-in-Chief in a radio! ouper aid telegraph a ele [OTs Of the. prisones Richmond

iid he hud considered surrender-

Going 7

j morning Messrs Gomes, O’'Connot | ong oO reverses and d 1

and Carlton, spent an hour with! In this atmosphere opinion is not} ported V Pravda The new shwa and roads ‘wer plit ing himself earlier when he had

Sir Vincent Tewson, Secretary of} ] he Do 8 ? particujarly reassured by state-/paper also reprinted an articl ob. cleavam The | }been cut off for over two her
wn. 7 originally published in the “Liter | ¢ He was glad he had not done so

the T.U.C. and discussed with ments hat space is being swapped overnor re r : r |
ver reported Arboledas and

defeats lare from Pyongyang were

American one line wert









him a proposal tl wT WU. esi for tme, that defence lines re-| ary Gazette’, on Saturday, attack ‘ i ; : : ’

should ag an epee ee Be: THERE is no greyhound | {treated from so far have been lines} ing six members of the Security : sah n ae i hey hi ae From Fokyo, ¢ eral Doug-

unionist to Trinidad to lectur racing in Barbados, but | aan delaying action and that heavy | Council who -voted tor the resé ais th ree eo is Were dam las MacArthur's United Na-

under Adult Education service iecessity being the mother damage is being inflicted on the | ition on Korea —Reuter ra rnc L ry own tions communique to-night

oh matters concern sack : of invention, some -sport- , afivancing enemy wd hota reports reaching Cay warned his outnumbered 4
: ’ cerning trade union | Barbadians have “Such statements bear an un- | id he tow f American and South Korean



practice Toledo had beer

troops that Communist invad-

found a way to substitute happy resemblance to those whic hj
ers are getting ready to throw

Y = Durania ind
dog racing for this very ex- came from Norway and Western | Sudden wou ;

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loving

This arternoon these _ thre /

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Trinidadians will visit the pensive and popular world Europe in the early days of World | sogote : RS po sani| another heavy armoured
National Institute of Adult Ed POPP A War With typical American | era been reportea | punch.
é é s ite of Adult Ex yah On Sunday there was dog Noe iee ss, independent military | ac Ou t Cuict tal capit

cation where they will try and} Only a tew hours earlier Tokys

obtain further assistance for pro

racing at Browne's Beach, experts quite unbiased in their at- | nel lestroy t

Barbados

















































































There was no titude to present United States dD tt 6 Car . , |Oeadquarters announced that th
meting an effective _system ¢ (| electrically driven hare and idministration, have bee giving oom: ane. or Fr is faartod cht Urst “lost batallion,” 1000 men had
adult education in Trinidad | there were no expensive the Defence Department’s pre- | ever fought 1 way (through ten time

| kennel) attendants, just some Korean military strategy a thor CASABLANCA, July 10 many northerners and rejoinens
| men bathi in hk ugh “going over” Investigators here believed to-{ Choure a) wed } he main American forees in good
This decisive incident urre | S |] ing their barking dogs in FP le. N |day that sudden unexplained fai Doctors and nurse } ‘ond. tior
is decisive incident occurre¢ | line until the signal for the or example, Nark Wathon, re To) Peace a : - : ‘ , are ‘ ; s
at a time when the hopes of the earch Party | start was giver i} pecs d military correspondent of |)" vein th ise Renin tie Sa ‘od Del Sr erares a i : tied i teen A
4 ie og + 5 f io fortre Prins all-out ihiex iit blitz o NWOVS
Then the beach was > Baltimore Sun mentions among pany i hi } A Eagle aia a hed tee nef revsnice pe vin 1 imper to 1 ee not
| tre bs «” ri lich, according to la has a population of about mr noving t ) “eg if
i d H t transtormed into a scene of ‘unfortunate lacks” the following: | 4 9 é . . / the road to nm, 2 h Korean
in S unter | howling backers and barking aaaite repeated official assur- report ‘ i be ople die d | Other planes were jeavir me bes racl to 1 aejon North Roreant
enthusiastic dogs who seem- ince that airborne troops must be | Say ; a btn lef he pilot tried | at dawn to take food j mi cl “ * 90 eta incr
ito lane ut the > t Soi oO ( ochiwon" ¢ iiles !
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 10 ed to enjoy the sport as he first reliance, there were no| t ‘1 Hi yaa. ited -y a ot mes penne the vs | tk i t l
Emmanuel Laguerre. St nies much as anyone else lirborne troops in the Far Bast lol C At ‘ a anc oe tricker ilages. Telephon: ' ° . = oh “th OME... -
ae ou “ag , : Anti-te + : ; lane caug ire mong eight) telegraph link ee 7 ruplec vi il was 4 long
North Coast, hunter who Without training they kept { ink weapons capable of | urvivors was a newly-marrted |; Y Unk th Bogota be range tareat to the vital rail june-
lissing for five days from hein their course, about one hun- handling. Russan-made tanks in| man on. honeymoot h brid oti nnd tt is still impossible | tion at Taegu between Tae jon and
the! i ‘ > ve sé oO y oO ose bride |} ae on a aegu wee i g
was found late Thursday after dre dad yerds and scampered anne oe aa yet appear to be is- | killed re timate the damage the supply port of Pusan
{ . “20h ¢ . ania suec ( sw are acing A ‘ » Gove SB . ,
noon by a search party in the down the beach at a great | » troops who are facing Toda he told of his vain at-| 2 20V/nee Governor Lucio Pabo: At Chinchon 15 miles east of
“ay pace Who knows @ those t tanks | Nunez ar ; TICOT ‘ .
El Chiquero Valley not far from - . eoun tempt to save her I heard her | announced that the tremor | Chonan a full northern division ts
the spot there fF lad Kensington that used to re- “New weapons of which so much creams of te i y Nad damaged chure he t 1 | Maes ; ‘ 5
spo w nere rinidad airman sound to the crack of bat on has been said, are still far from | a 0B: te he ene in spite of and Toledo. The ( ‘ \ battling with Sou h Korean troop
Mickey Cipriani was found in a ball, the pounding of run- roduetion. Most of them will not |" Purns I fought back to the | 9 olombien: Mis Two Communist divisions were
plone crash 17 years ago ning spiked shoes and the ye ready for Korean operation at ine t I had to give it up and @ on page 7 @ on page 7
Laguerre, when discovered, was whirr of racing bicycle | }all nts ea fe ere -exhiaue ~ene — STE
sick, hungry and in a state of wheels, might now echo the Hanson Baldwin, military eritic - she had stopped scream
xhaustion Unable to walk bark of eager racing dogs of the New York Tin provides | ro ’ . ‘
: y ; é Z y Another survivor had to push 4
he was taken out in an improvised another list in what he calls a ' 4 4 ‘ 4
stretches A ag ta ioc by |“"Tragedy of Errot post the harre d bodies of pir so
‘ hich he was carried for medical } 1 ae tip yd 7 ee _ y
ve T t , 3 ee yt * ¥ hat shortly after taking off fron y y
fy Wi k S Baldwin's list incluue Con ; ;
er ee 2 as | a ting political and military poli isablanea the lights went out e e e
Prankiir F « tei motor _ é | cic s in the Far East hen a thunderous crash followed
mechanic, leader of the searcher: C rt l “ “Pool training and organisation |aid he + flames coming fron
as atiracted to the spot by a a t age } of, South Korean force the left engine and = quickly . shy. ye a . ‘
faint pall of smoke whien | ‘Usual complacent and over iding to the fuselage.-Reuter FOR KV th an q ASTON
Laguerre kept alive. The decom- rr bl. . j confident United States appraisal SS
posed carcass of a wild hog lay ou e | of our own handiwork
het Mdadhe Mee nk eel “nderestimation of the enemy Discu uss W.I. TABLE WINES, PORTS, SHERRIES
was oe ie ; ; (From Our Own Correspondent improper Intelligence——-under eR & y
man Laguerre left home to go sti t f tk ol
hunting on Sunday, intending to LON i pesegon, of the role of armour 7" °
8 ay, 1 LONDON, July 10 Witaenica’ in roa, ere | . i
return the same night. When he Everton Weekes, tall-scorin “|! ti oan of a eftac erie as a ; e¢ era ion VERMOUT H, BRANDY, SPARKLING
iid not return by Tuesda West ee batsman, whose am- fair {PO wer,” : :
ch party went to hunt for] bition was to play in every match, lds " } rT POR -OF-SFAIN, July 1 7 .
aldwin concludes ce ¥ ai J z
~(CP) must be. considered a doubtful re “con slate oe 1SSc Ba er Sa Delegate fro even Briti WINE I IQUEURS.
tarter for the remainder of the [s« ewhat dubious military poli ind ies in the Caribbea
tour He is suffering from car- of the recent past.’—Reuter, (met here today to diseu tl
iui ; tilage trouble and has to uti rgo onomic aspects of the proposed HINTS for the proper storage and set ving of GOOD
Truman Calls operation at the end. of the West Indian Federation
: “ason. In any event Wedlcoe will | The ed federation was di K.W.V. WINES ‘
7 rom now on play in far fewe > } | habe gubdameds \
Conference nena and. may not appes Menzi s On Way ' prea
TA Tel 4 ain except in the | t NO pany Ti Hi ; € m™ v WINDS Phe e@ pure
WASHINGTON, July 10 Until the game against ia To London Tamaica eward Islands, Wind they are excellent, th CHEAPER, because
President Truman to-day called hire a week ago, Weekes ha ard I ‘ Trinidad and Briti f preterent fut
Congressional leaders of both!only missed two matches but SINGAPORE, Ju Guiana 4 ice aSt INOVE P
parties to White House Confer-,jdown at Southampton his knee Australian Prime Ministe er ) het tt
nce SOMO n e Korean I gan to trouble him and whenjHobert Menzies left here | i It t the ¢ ra t ( ?
ae n, senator Scott Lucas o | the West Indies went up to Liver- irly to-day for London for talk the r Wwe "
dino , _Democrati ‘ ob 3 < pool for the Lancashire game = {C 1 defence cooperation, migratio joni¢ ltumate d ae Ww
- oe 3 t ut So far as he knew |was examined by a specialist who nd finance. Mr. Menzies alse itu The Standing Con j The ideal temperature fe ull red Wine
ne resider vas not contem- {a dvised an operation {1 visit Washington, Ottawa, Van-|on Closer Association in a temperature of the Room-—-Remove the bottle of
plating ar drastic en teps.— Weekes himself is confident couver and New Zealanc senort claimed that it alone Wine from its Cellar or Cupboard and place
Reuter @ on page 7 | ses Santen aa the British ‘West Indie the dini oor me hem before
ee enone ' - nero — -- - a reasonable prospect of achiey BeSves
British Guiana in his view illus- economic stability and, throug
trate this danger, but Wiseman
continues "It exists even in small-

er islands where too often large





frogs seek to preserve their smaf}
} puddles”
The longer the delay His
| Majesty’s Government reachir
decision on federation, he con-
tinues, more powerful become
extremist elements who then “con-
; Stitute a threat to modern leaders
her at last the latter chieve

—Keuter.

FIRE IN BELIZE

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

BELIZE, British Hond







July 10
A fire \ presun ;
lieved to ! In
warehouse a aged for
over two yur here Ss es of
persons were eft meles
lost most o effe The fire
Was put
dama is exten-

fight ers, but



political independence —Reuter 4 it i Cardinal Sir {Ye Claret or Bur- t

M.P’s Question. Argentine "copa Pete ties anion: ont ae



















| Former Sugar Co. wendy ng RAR ay celled lly rag ter Se
ccupa lion f British Island = “reer Pies mE |
| PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 10 ‘
} ; B. Westwood, for Ge ) No wine i ou ‘ » the brim in the
; v1 N y 1 i ritory of Argentine person- te houl e referre of the St. Madele elief th t not enerosity on
Britai i € t present stationed on De-— the International Court. We ver Trinida ti nost Three-p
View OF 3s Doe the Antarcti t Island?” uch regret that t Arge " Westwood ca ' ho - ; Et
Fore t 1 A 1 Who did not sign the optional f etirement r. a
: ) a iuse, has not seen her way ing prep ! 1 u
to be undertaken; it acceptance of this suggestion i hte eddir : )
remature to ake a state Maclear Is not Deception Saturda =
ts t at the resent time,’ Island British territory?” fficial ar
‘ ti f € iske it ‘ t t | f ; l
Goverr Davie Ye nside e the ame afte le W Gi i
i Brit to British territory.” Davies al ill ha Be
pie t it the review was to take c mingham, 64 ye I \ , @ l
nistes efinite w. He hoped to ma ( us General i
ser sf ; Bre can: cahther cs be lt Puke , ™ N.B.—Listen to K.W.V. Trinidad Radio Programme
f J ‘ , e Argentine pation fiz He le i ‘ to-morrow evening 7.30 to 7
i dictic me to British notice in 194 i 1ughte tw or I
¢ —Reuter brothe siarinenaseeceniasennensinimiaitindiabiiis







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Caub Calling

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor opened the New Gallery
at the Barbados Museum yester-
day afternoon at 5 o'clock. He
Was accompanied by Mrs. Sav-
age and his Private Secretary
Capt. W. Lambert
An Exhibition of Prints of the
West Indies was on view as weil
as other “very interesting work
The Exhibition will continue
until Monday, 31st July
Present also were members of
the Council Sir John Saint
»y (President), His Honour J. W. B
Chenery, Hon’ble J. 0. Chand-

ler, Mr. D. A. Wiles, Mr. J. E

Went, Mr. E. M. Shilstone and
Mr. H. Clarke

Others included Mi Hewitt-
Myring, Lady Hutson, Mrs
Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Glindor
Reed and Miss Betty Arne

IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G,
Comptroller for Develov
ment and Welfare in the We
Indies, will be leaving this morr
ing by B. G. Airways for Domin
ica on his first visit to that colon
He expects to return on July 1%

With Barclays Bank
Me-

M& AND MRS. W. J
William and their four chil-

dren left last night by the Gas-
eogne for England. Mr. Mc.
William, who is with Barclays
Bank heré, has been in Barbados
for about three and a half years

They hope to spend most of
their holiday in Liverpool and
expect to be returning to Barba-
dos at the termination of his
leave.

Henry Wilcoxon’s Father

R. R, S. WILCOXON, who
has been spending a _ holi
day in Barbados left last night by
the “Gascogne” for England. Mr.
Wilcoxon whose son is the well
known film star Henry Wilcoxo',
is going to visit his sister in Becks
Hill, Sussex. Later he will be
going over to California to visit
his son.

Perfect Pass

IS LITTLE story illustrates
A the delightful sense of humour
prevalent among the West Indies’
cricket team, The incident occur-
red shortly after several English
footballers had packed their bags
to go and play for clubs in South
America, It was the last day of
the second Test. The West Indian
fielders, on, their toes, were ready
to smap up any half-opportunity
which would speed their victory.
Suddenly one of the English bats-
men played an uppish sort of
stroke in the direction of Chri
tiani in the covers, Thinking
there might be a chance of a
eateh Christiani bounded forward.’
He misjudged the distance, how-
ever, and the ball pitched short,

cannoned off his knee cap, and
Was diverted straight across to
Worrell — the perfect pass.

Quick as a flash, Worrell picked
up the ball and turning to Chris-
tiani said, “say Robert, how much
will you ask for signing on for
Bogota?”

For The Y.W.C.A.—A
Cake Sale

RS. HERBERT GREAVES
telly me that she is organis-
ing a Cake Sale, to help raise
funds for the new Y.W.C.A. The
sale was to have been held in
August but the date is now fixed

for Friday, July 2lst at G. W
Hutchinson and Co.

She will be grateful for any
donations or cakes from anyone
iaterested in the Association,
whieh has recently been re-
formed.

With T.L.L.
R. Edgar Wooding-Deane, an
engineer at T.L.L. who = ar-
rived from Trinidad yesterday
morning by B.W.LA. will be
spending his two weeks’ annual

leave with his uncle,
Armstrong in Hastings.

Mr. Frank







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n, now wife of
Jean Negulesco.
the “open-air
c:4 oria Embank-
me, M Anderson said: “In
you have some of the

most magnificent
. but few artists seem to

i them

1g5 to

: wliss Anderson deter-
1ed to fill this gap. She is
painting Thames-scapes, works
nine hours a day.

London Express Servtoe.



Formed 28 Years Ago

HE Barbados Choral Society
was formed 28 years ago

under the Conductorship of Mr.
Gerald Hudson, Hon, A.R.C.M,
and has always aimed at a high
standard of Choral Music. This
has become more and more diffi-
ult in recent years owing to the

original founder members leaving
and the difficulty of attracting
younger members in sufficient

numbers to keep the Society
to strength.

The Society is rendering a pro-
gramme of musié. on. July 27,
which will include as the chief
wors “The Revenge,” a Ballad of
the Fieet, by Tennyson, set to
music by Sir.C, V. Stanford, The
rest of the Programme consists of

up

three part songs, three Sea
Shanties in whieh Mr. Kenneth
Tucker will be the Soloist, and

three negro spirituals, It will con-
clude with the Epilogue from the
Banner of St, George, by Sir
Edward Elgar

Miss Jean
will be the guest
piano,

Lawson, L.R.A.M.,
artist on the

New York Journalist

RRIVING yesterday morning
from Trinidad by B.W.1.A

en route from New York were
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wickware

and their four children.

Mr, Wickware is a
and writes articles for “Life,”
“Colliers,” “Readers Digest” and
other Jeading American magazines.

journalist

First reading about Barbados
in the “New York Times,” a
friend of theirs Mr. Coffin, also

recommended it as an ideal holi-
cay resort. They expect to be
here for about two months and are
staying at the Paradise Peaci
Club.

















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#-“Gascogne,”

Manager of Alston’s

M2’ R. VIEIRA, Manager cf

Alstons Port—of—Spain,
Trinidad, is back in Barbados with
wife for another holiday.
Since his visit here last year both
have been to Canada for three
nonths’ holiday. They are guests
at Cacrabank.

To Stay With Daughter
RS, IVY KINCH, wife of Mr.
Herbert Kinch of “Lucknow”

the Stream, was another passen

ger to England yesterday by the

‘Gascogne.” She has gone ito

spend a holiday with Rev, ant

Mrs. Davis in Skelton, Cleveland,

mear Yorkshire

Mrs, Davis is her daughter, and

whe expects to be in England until
rsatter

the Winter

Was Visiting Her Son
M. ROBINSON, who
has been visiting her son
Brian and his wife, has been here
now for a couple of months’ holi-
Last night she left by the
returning to Eng-
land.

% Mr. Robinson is in the Agricul

{tural Department here.

3 Attended Trinidad Races

R. TREVOR GALE, Adver-
tising Manager of the “Advo-
cate” Co., Ltd., returned yester
day morning by B.W.1LA. He was
in Trinidad for the last few days
races.
Returning Home
] EAVING last night by the
- “Gascogne” for Englan‘
was Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crowe
and their two children. Mr.
Crowe who was the Architect and
Planning Officer of the Barbados
Government, has just completed
his three-year contract and is re-
turning home.
10 be Married on Saturaay
M* CLIVE SIMMONDS, who
arrived by the “Cottica”
yesterday morning from England
will be married on Saturday, Jiy
15, to Miss Brenda Haynes at St
Matthias Church in Hastings.
Mr. Simmonds ,is a lecturer at
the University of Durham and lec
tures on Chemical Engineering «
King’s College, Newcastle - on
Tyne.
On _ Leave
N “VOMDON ast week were
Mr. Errol Gaie, son of the
Managing Director of the Advo-
cate Co., Ltd., and Mrs. Gale, and
his wife Ruth. They are on leave
from Nigeria, where Errol is in
the Agricultural Service. With
their 11-month-old son, Timothy,
they are staying with Ruth's
parents in Wales, and are plan-
cing a motoring tour to the Con-
tinent.

Spending A Few Days
In Trinidad

1 ISS DORIS ALVES left here
recently for Trinidad en route
to Caracas.

Miss Alves is spending a few
days with her Aunt in Trinidad
before returning to her work wi'h
Stubbins and Co. She spent her
holiday here at Cacrabank.

Was Away Three Months

R. BASIL SKINNER, formerly
I on the Staff of Cable and
Wireless in Barbados, and son of
Mr. and Mrs, Noel Skinner re-
turned from Canada on Saturda;’
morning. He was in Canada tor
bout three months,

Frequent Visitor
M* DAVID JONES, an English-

man who is a frequent visitor
to Barbados arrived from England
last week by the Gascogne and is
here for an indefinite stay. He is
a guest at the Sea View Guest
House.

From Montreal

R. and Mrs, George Sheen
M from Montreal arrived on
Saturday morning by T.C.A. to
spend three weeks’ holiday at the
Hastings Hotel. Manager of
Charles E. Frosst and Co., he has
been to Bermuda before but this
js his first visit to Barbados.

BY THE WAY » sxcucomsse

I READ the other day how a
conductor had to take a piece
of music at the gallop because the
next item on the programme was
to be broadcast.

The only solution for this sort
of thing apart trom mterfering
with the programmes of the B.B.C.,
which would be sacrilege, is to
arrange for items not broadcast to
be shortened to fit in. If rich
hooligans can cut off bits of pic-
tures to fit their walls, why can't
inspectors do the same with Bee-
thoven and Bach? “Six more bars
out of the second movement, Joe,
and we've done it!”

Bat What Did Burst Say?
ROFESSOR SALPIGLOSSIS
(“Ola Trumpet-Tongue”) ob-
jects to my saying that Rocksalt’s
Harmonies of the Inner Conscious-
ness are pure Mumbojumbology.
He quotes against me Kufflinck

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and Ravensblood, both of whom
sought to prove that there is no
such thing as what Traumverein
called the Impossibility of the
Subjective. But Otch, in his—

Prednose:; Do you think a daily
paper ig quite the place for this

ystruse stuff?

Myself; Certainly The more
foolish the reader, the more he
thinks he is being educated Cget-
ting culture’) by all this sort of
thing.

Parson Felled by
Enormous Tomato

PHOTOGRAPH of a_ lady

with a fur covering for her
telephone receiver made me
realise how important it is for
people to “express themselves.”
Lady Cabstanleigh, who breakfasts
in a simple mink stole thrown
over her eau-de-nil gabardine,
has tiny mink cosies for her egg-

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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN

By M.
ES IN COURT

By Sir Patrick Hastings.

‘ASURE IN THE CARIBBEAN
By A. W. Acworth.

NATHANIEL
By Shaw Desmond.

MALICE OF MONDAY

By Eric Burgess.

VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN COOK

By Christopher Lloyd

COMPLETE SWIMMER

By Sid. G. Hedges.

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That may not be intellectual, but
it’s human, as Sol Hogwasch saic
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into adstone” the scene in
which Mrs. Hemans throws a cus~
tard pie at Mrs. Gaskell.

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C E glamour - receptionette
Marjorie Bucktooth has re~

vealed that Snibbo gives her that
swooning-fish eye which goes with
» new bushy eyebrows (in four
MeO. She was about to be
sacked from her job at an airport
‘when a friend told her about
Snibbo. Two days later men who
jhad intended to fly to Paris or
Amsterdam were booking to
and Nokul, simply be-

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blue with white flowers.



London Express Service.

The “Trade Winds” Moves West |» ::«

ify Eve Lovegreen

LONDON.

The “Trade Winds” club has moved west—from London’s

dockland to the more urbane Kingly Street, Soho.

And

Trinidad-born Happy Blake, the genial owner, is very happy
indeed about his newest venture.



Books Earn
More Dollars
For Britain

BOOKS—rare, second-hand and
new of the non-fictional
(ype are earning dollars since de-
valuation. Increased business with
America and Canada is reported
by many booksellers.

_ The spokesman of a West End
firm said: “Since devaluation we
have inereased our business with
the United States and Canada by
about 25 per cent.

“We get orders from universi-
lies, schools and other educational
institutions.”

A provincial seller recently sent
his catalogue to North America
and within a short time received
hundreds of orders. One day’s
post contained nearly 250 letters
isking for books.

Said Mr. Jack Joseph, a West
End bookseller: “What tl e Ameri-

cans want are proceedings or
transactions of learned societies,
standard works of science and

similar types of books that are out
of print.”—L.E.S,



THRILL OF A LIFETIME

PENNSYLVANIA,

Boy Scouts at their annual
eamp in Pennsylvania are having
the thrill of their lives. The camp
is being searched by secret ser-
vice agents. They want to make
sure that everything is safe for an
address to the Scouts by President
Truman. Eisenhower is also to
visit them—perhaps by hover
plane to get over the traffic jams,



BING — AUTHOR

HOLLYWOOD.
Bing Crosby has written his
own account of his adventures in
Europe this spring, and a New
York magazine has all but bought

vas

The new “Trade Winds” is small
and intimate with gay red and
white checked tablecloths and
vases of red roses on each table.
There are billiards and darts, and
for those who want to dance a
three-piece band plays the latest
bop numbers, as well as rumbas
and sambas from the West Indies

Happy Blake, arrived in Eng-
land many years ago from Port-
of-Spain when the influence of
jazz was just beginning to make
itself felt upon the Old World.’ A
leading exponent of old-time jazz,
club management is nothing new

to him. Happy was a famous
musician and bandleader in his
own right some years ago, and

played for, amongst other distin-
guished people, the King of Swe-
den, and the King of Spain.

But at the very height of his
eareer, he gave up his music
to open his first club. “There
such a gap waiting to
be filled,’ he explained, “that I
felt compelled to open a club
where my own people could gath-
er together.” During the war he
ran the “Barberina” in St, Johns
Wood, London, and in pre-war
days the “Shim Sham” and the
“Rendezvous de Artistes” ; its
name implies popular with the
theatrical profession.

He has ambitious plans for the
future, and is arranging a series
of week-end house parties for his
club members. Calypso sessions
are another future attraction, and
Lord Kitchener, famous Trinidad-
ian calypso singer, has already
been engaged to sing at the “Trade
Winds.”

Although Happy was rather sad
to leave his seamen friends of the
East End docks behind, the stu-
dents and stars of stage and rad‘o
who make up his new clientele
are delighted to have him bacx
in their midst.

“A GREAT PERFORMANCE”

CAPETOWN,
the circuit cour
that on their wedding night hi:
wife called him a English-
man.” He slapped her. The next
day she told him: “You have
always said I was a good actress
When I walked to the altar steps
with you yesterday it was the
finest acting I have ever done.
The man I should have married
was sitting in the congregation.”

The husband was granted a
restitution order.



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a.m. BBC Northern’ Orchestra; 9.00 a.m
p.m. News Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Music

Think on These Things;
from Grand Hotel; 1.00 p.m, On the Job;

p.m. The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m, BBC
Symphony Orchestra; 5.00 p.m Ceceilia
Keating; 5.15 p.m, Programme Parade;
5.30 p.m. Welsh Magazine; 6.00 p.m. Jane
Eyre; 615 p.m. Twenty Questions; 6.45
p.m. Letter From London; 7.00 p.m. The
News Analysis; 7.15.

7.30 p.m. Cricket Report on W.l. vs
Northants; 7.30—7.45 p.m. Pianoforte
Music Illustrated Discussion with Mar-
gerie Few & William Pilarim; 8.00 p.m

News; 7.10 p.m.

Radio Newsreel; 8.15 p.m. On the Job;
8.30 p.m. Bunny May; 8.55 p.m. From the
Editorials; 9.00 pn. Tip Top Tunes; 9.30

The News; 10.10 p.m. Interlude; 10.15 p.m
On the Sweeter Side; 10.45 p.m. Report
from Britain; 11.00 BBC Scottish Orches-
tra.





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SPEECHLESS
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; |

| B.B.C. Radio Programme |

j

| Tuesday, July 11, 1950, |

7.00 am. The News; 7.10 a.) News |
Analysis; 7.15 a.m, Jane Eyre; 7.30 a.m.
7.45 am, Gen-

erally Speaking; 8,00 a.m. From the Edi-
torials; 8.10 a.m. Programme Parade; 8.15}
Close Down; 12.00 noon The News; 12.10)

1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m. Mem-/{

j ories of Musical Comedy; 2.00 p.m. The |
News; 2.10 p.m. Home News From Bri- |
tain; 2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 p.m. !
Radio Theatre; 4.00 p.m. The News; 4.10

London model Joon Burgess, 18, wore
it with a camellia in her hair at a West End night club,

p.m, Meet the Commonwealth; 10.00 p.m. ;

he
started to campaign for the office
of state secretary of Nebras-
ka. He will stand anyway.
He has mastered the use of a
mechanical larynx.
Fk cboish ie, ciete!
i PPSPOSO POSSESSES
: ||
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6 LOVE AND LEARN
. ; WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY (only) 5
Another Warner Double Sensation !

TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1950

|



| Rupert pulls back the panel that
rhe mouse showed him, and, sure
i enough, he finds himself gazing into

And Miranda's here somewhere. b

can still hear her sobbing.” As
silently as possible he crawls into

the room. A rocking horse stares
s room full of toys ofevery sortand 3+ him fiercely, but it dare not nae,
every colour. ‘*My, what a collec- 0 Rupert picks his way gingerly
ion!" he gasps. ‘‘ This must be across the floor to try to find out

the Princess's nursery or play-rodm. where the noise is coming from



| Everything For Baby

NEW YORK. the tremendous increase in the
| number of baby passengers, it
features a nursery with all sorts
of machines. They will hand out
new nappies, mix baby’s formula,
replace lost or broken bottles, or
sterilise the dirty ones, There
are private rooms for adults who
may have a shower and snatch
forty winks in bed between plane
connections.

When groups of British war
brides flew home with their chil-
dren from America it meant only
a holiday for them. But airline
officials and architects saw so
much more in their flight that
they are designing new luxury
airports. First of them was opened
recently in Baltimore. Because of





AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only)

TONIGHT AT 8.30

|
Starring WILLIAM BENDIX
With JAMES GLEASON — ROSEMARY DeCAMP — BILL GOODWIN
A Universal-International Picture





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WEDNESDAY at 5 and 8.30 p.m.
) THURSDAY NIGHT at 8.30
JOAN DAVIS in “HE'S M¥ GUY"( \
t with DICK FORAN--IRENE HERVEY
\ A Universal Picture.



SCREEN IN BARBADOS!
WARNER’S SKY HIGH ACTION SPECTACLE!

FIGHTER SQUADRON

in Glorious Color by Technicolor !
THIS WEEK-END (Friday 14) AT

PLAZA

Dial 8404 for Reservation





POPP CPSIOSS

PLAZA

VARMER'S HIT DOUBLE!
Jack CARSON in

Last 2 Shows TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m.

Brenda MARSHALL in
and SINGAPORE WOMAN

and 8.30 p.m
Ronald REAGAN in THAT HAGEN GIRL

John WAYNE and Horse “DUKE HAUNTED GOLD

The Big Hit Friday 14th FIGHTER SQUADRON (Technicolor)

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ROVAL

Shows To-day—
5 and 8.30 p.m.

United Artists presents . . .
Bud ABBOTT, Lou Costello

“AFRICA SCREAMS”
, . with .
Clyde BEATTY —
Frank BUCK
Friday Night, at 8.30—
“CARACAS NIGHT.”

EMPIRE

To-day Last 2 Shows 4.45
and 8.30

Paramount presents . .
William Holden — Joan
Caulfield

in —
“DEAR WIFE”
ep EE
Billy De Wolfe Nona
Freeman.

Last 2

Wednesday Night at 8.30 p.m
“CARACAS NIGHT.”

ROXY

Last Show To-day at 4.47



p.m.
M.G.M. presents... .
“STARS IN MY CROWN”
+ 'y SPRTTIAG . |.
McCrea, Ellen

TO-NITE AT 8.30 P.M

MADAM _ O'LINDY
TROUPE
— in
“CARACAS NIGHT.”

Joel Drew

AND



OLYMPIC

Last 2 Shows To-day—
4.45 and 8.15

st Inst. Republic Serial
Ralph BYRD, David Sharpe
— in

|
| “DICK TRACY RETURNS”



with

Lee Ford Michael Kent,

THURSDAY NIGHT at 8.30
“CARACAS NIGHT.”

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Mountain War | ae
With Beetles |
ry . PRAGUE, Monday |
ir Ol Ca rt choslovak Government}
6-day delivered two notes to the
a rtm : United States Embassy here
= WASHINGT ON, BC j Prague radio reported. The first
Mountains may dictate the strategy in war-torn Korea if! concerned the Colorado beetl
the present fighting is prolonged. | and was sent in reply to th
PR aise at i eS American Note f~ July 6 in
Ranges comparable in height to the Appalachians cover | ; ’ ’
7 oe .: iP : ~ a NgIg ae 2 he AL a yb par COVE : which the United States denied
virtually all the country. Granite hills up to 6,300 feet fold | ntreducing the beetle into
the terrain of the United States-sponsored Republic of! Czechoslovakia
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iisims tae? Deane The Czech Yote maintained
peninsular land. ae ten : ’ a)
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Koreay forces from the east shore Americans and said it had been Ay
capital, Seoul West Coast j proved | that American planes Cleanse the system from blocd :
ow they con Hence. the west coest’ has ¢ trom West Germany had droppeo impurities : many sufferers froin 7
C | surge of inva partiy ubmerged shore line the bug over Czechoslovaki: : ;
mplet do the rugge rked by countless fjurdiike bays where it had been found on thi rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
hills er the “Land of Mor islands, Yellow Sea tides, reofs of houses, on the fields anc neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
c i t and more, have in the streets and lanes. The Not : }
route fantastically in con- cre nud flats. They said that broken bottles hac minor skin ailments, can oerive great |
( e the rule t gh of in-| been found ‘i which the bugs benefit from this we.!-known mredicine
. iS t ae I Mi ‘y cre aropped.,
erc The second Czech Note protest-
st coast, on the other ed against illegal flights by Arn- tm LIQUID or TABLET FORM |
: aime st no islands and a erican aircraft over the Czech ~ ae
: % ght, steep shore line. Moun- Frontier which the Note sa‘d had SSS ——SSS 3 = ,
re +e ains slope : ‘ i sea = “o been made “during the last few
c Vit , row sand beaches washed by days” v 2 P "2 Z
ary through § il Taejon and clear water. Where rivers flow in; The Note said that flying regu Something » orm uB ale ' ippreciate ,
u to outheastern port of ést to the Yellow Sea -meand> i fs 7 . . = ,
in. Fre : Haeju to ieaty hy tortue mes arenas a : rT a i. lations had been violated, “cer- ° iy
aif Of Sb iilee Rareed ix tune oe neh — hee teinty for a definite purpose” ,
about 290 air miles and 400 miles streams flow to the east coast The Note asked that investiya- GARBADINE in Emerald Green, Pink, Red, Gold, Lime Green
by rail South Korea is the agricultural ion wou Be carried out of a and White @ $1.30 per yd, {
5 m part of the peninsula as divided caer of frontier violations by SHANTUNG in Blue, Rose, Cream, Pink & Gold @ $1.16 per yd.
This main line and extensive arbitrarily at the 38th parallel in} THE STATUE OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA carried by the Ursuline Convent girls arrives at the American aircraft. —Reuter 1950 STYLES LADIES SHOES in White, Black & Brown Suede
single-track mileage, mostly of 1945 as a Russo-American military] Convent yesterday afternoon. The huge procession follows up the driveway. Prices ranging from $11.36 to $12.37 —Cuban Heels.
standard gauge, give South expedient for the disarming of ceamasionisaos Also DRESSES, SUNSUITS, SHORTS & SLACKS Fte., Ete.
— We ang ae Japanese troops. Rice is grown 66 ® 99
railroad system. New spurs have on every flat space where irriga- P t . en
been constructed to mining re- tion is Chine hatched’ terns ur a y a Ima imo es No! Thank You » ‘eo E o
gions being developed inland }, uses and green terraces snuggle ve as RES: ; SHOE . {
— ran et a me vi in every narrow valley between Ci ars 3 e & dled NEW YORK. 2 SSS ak
ouing stock need replacement the endless lines of folded hills | ! { ‘h if e A cloudburst of letters has fal- a 0 ae ooo oe pot eto otpt a totptpt tp tothe ot
pt sites ae cue aa aae Soybeans, hemp, wheat, barley, oes Oo e onven len on New York city with offers | %
Soak ae — mr and vegetables are cultivated in Aged 4 to overcome Manhattan’s water 4 NSON
carce since 2 pr re. ¢ ry fields ~ . : : ams , sins! i :
Se emi oe wealined tha oD held A procession led by the Statue of Our Lady of Fatima from peoblems by — secret inventions 1
the Japanese, who developed th ae +P q - o ranging in cost from a fe nenté 4B 4
peninsula from 1905 to 1945 Barrier St. Patrick’s Church to the & mm & SOW cent

Potential barrier to an invader’s
progress is the population itself.
South Korea now counts 20 million

South
generally

Korea’s
poor



highways are
handicap for









afternoon left St. Patrick’s
statue being carried on the

Ursuline Convent yesterday
shortly after 5.30 o'clock, the
platform by attendants,

PHILADELPHIA ,
Four-year-old Butchie Bosser!
of Philadelphia is much too young

'o $250,000,000.

From Brazil to Germany and

INDIAN TONIC



ally from the Bronx to California the
mechanized military equipment. t lay w .

neha ete ahai'y ‘cesariis, inhabitants, three-fourths of them en -: te . : © play with matches, but that amateur rainmakere are i 1, |
Highway DEAeee pee attics on farms Despit the toodnheine Crowds lined along Jemmott’s ered making the scene very doesn’t stop him from enjoying New York's de partment ao wate An exceptional Tonic containing :
numerous over the many winding that rule out cultivation of most Lane and Colly more Rock some soft and beautiful. his three cigars daily ate supply e oa ieee, rene oe tee eomnica, Damiana ete, Indicated’ th f
valle y streams but are often of the area, that is more than| Ut Of curiosity while others joined After everyone had assembled, Butchie'’s grandmother, Mrs. A Or % resident f 3 ‘ weakness, Loss of Energy, Muscular Debility, and all run-
washed out by the heavy down- raving wh a, 4 an sl 7 Pi the procession when it got abreast some on the Convent verandah, Raymond Bosses big “c One r siden of the Bronx down conditions where a Stimulating Tonic is desired +
pours of the summer monsoon eciten Sat ei chet ike 4a of them and joined in the singing others on the lawns, Rev. Fr. the conan oe ee AD = ae. ‘ T vane ae ee ee eons
season. ~
Indiana, comparatively a farming} °"% Prayers Patrick miogre aeve a very MOVINE away on cigars since before he ; : »

At some time in the ancient past, paradise.

"s forces ., . . . / i oe a; even by people listening from the rain recently and in less than We have just received - - -
sept Sy . sore pitee ae * uth a high — ek mr sy : vent, the statue was placed in- road and neighbouring houses as His grandfather is a great half an hour rain was coming yy
ward pointing peninsula down on feavy influx of refugees ; and side the pavilion on the lawns. .;, veral loudspeakers amplified his cigai smoker and alws i liek tae OWN ARRID DEODORANT
the west, or Yellow Sea side, and repatriates has brought South There was an altar in this \ojco which could be heard over a dance ae ond always ts iodiite
ep “= cae ae ont ms eee Oe woe ore Wena pavilion, attractively decorated j,nqreq yards away : : i wee wy etee, One amateur scientist offered Price: 3/- A JAR
ea of Japan. As a result of this to feed since e start o orl¢ with flowers, and candles flick- pe gene meh, +4 re rl i << J a> «ibn ee Obtainable at:
tilt, Korea, although it averages War II —(I.N.S.) ” _ After his sermon, Benediction Well, when Butchie was still to produce rain by secret mean

WAR ZONE formed, led by the girls of the put them in his mouth.” f two cents for each of New]¢
Jrsuline Convent, who carried the Grandfather ; York's residents. He noted, “your ; :
oc : é ather decided to teach . Soe, ou ad Street ¢ Alpha Pharmacy, Hastings.
Statue into the Chapel. They were Butchie a lesson. He iit a cigar population is 8,000,000 which ‘ Brosd Super ang Alpha
all dressed in white and carried tn thi : 7



Arriving at the Ursuline Con-




Headquarters |

sermon, was easily heard,

was said and the procession re-





could walk

crawling, he’d pick them up and








sure of it, I tried to produce some
















and asked to be paid on the basis

vould amount to $160,000."



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ee candies, as the evening that a few drags on it would rian A German called on the city to ET
a ae oo a . 4) courage his fondness for cigar construct $250,000,000 worth of
be tak Sy As the ee pe wit butts equipment with which he said he
ake e apel at Verdun ; 2 4
3 ’ ¢ sad ae could produce rain hr 1"
ais ani Mich wilt to se Butchie, whose real name 1 A resident of Ohio said, “I W E OFF ER
the Urstline Convent An Can: A. Raymond Bossert 2nd, smoked would like to know why you
whit sae sis at approxi- the whole stogie, she reported, con't drop an atom bomb over ae :
d es with nary an ill effect Since 4 space forty miles away from @ NAIL SCISSORS
then, he insists on one after dinner jhe city and form channels for
ihe ‘5 and about two during the day. water to run through.” @ TWEEZERS
‘Martha Occasionally, Mrs Bossert Another geniug asked, “why , re
s added, he puffs on a pipe, but not turn New York into a sort of e FILES
W 2 Buichic never touches candy, yoniaa > eonstructing canals ir rt se
ill Join cake—or cigarettes the: Galeet a wit i Me ag fait e SHAVING BRUSHES
“The doctor says he’s in fine ey ‘ a "
Treasure Hunt shape,” she added, watet j @ RAZORS 4
VIENNA Grandpa, the neighbours oz To each of the letters the
An Australian scientist sz id the local policemen light Butchie’s water department replies with ¢
today he has been fuviied to join stogies, since the youngster is not No, thank you.—I.N.S CALL IN TO-DAY AT
the Duke of Argyll’s fabulous allower to handle matches
treasure hunt with a high-class _ \ COLLINS’ DRUG STORES
“dividing rod” that can probe {
more than 50 feet beneath the (

ocean’s floor
He already has tested his secret
machine at the bottom of Lake

loot, but under 12 feet of shifting

Rice Growers

- @ From Page 1

try, the Government be respect-





This Week’s
B.B.C. Notes

In recent months a number of





3 Como, in Italy, investigating the . } x
; EBS chance that a treasure of Benito Should be withdrawn from any ; ’ Y $
; Mussolini was lost there Mean eee te bted dis VEW ARRIVA LS %
MacArthur Ss The machine—nicknamed “Mar- “hoetion eN Of undoubted’ dis= Old World And New Methods l 4 i x
)? ad . : satisfaction and unrest in indus-
tha”—-came up with no Mussolini




Broad and Tudor Streets.



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i . fully requested to approach His q r ; ‘ 7 alg ® . r *

t toms earth it discovered an ancient Majesty's Baveatace ap state. for teams of managers, eee PUMPS in White, Brown Black $

, Roman jug filled with gold and the Colonies asking an independ- 2%¢ oe eo ve Staten ihe °S and MEN x
t ; - : 'S as t i ; . ole . * ‘ HN f a i Vi ET

sora diamonds. . ' ent commission to be appointed to va x. ‘ a “7 tay Vv re Putian For CHILDREN, LADIES and x

#* The scientist, Franz Wind- investigate and report on the oy vl a at ie have ; ae 5c.. $1.15 and $1.20 x

brechtinger of the Vienna Insti- working of the rice industry and Met ods he reports they have Priced: 75c., 85c., $1.15 and $1. *





brought back show that Britain



; ) tute of Surveying, said he expects to make recommendations that ro

i- SEA = Martha will have “real success” would make for better organi comd with advantage adopt much ; , , %
5S Mi é § Ss ake tte ganiza- st - . ee “AN : S§ ESO 4 Dis

; 5 eres So in the search for the Spanish tion and running of the industry oF she ASeridan, way of produc CARVES SHOES Pus Loar” %







galleon reportedly sunk off the

with emphasis on the betterment.

tion. But, as Francis Williams



White, Blue, Beige at $1.95 x

points out in a BBC talk next Sat-
urday, not all of it. He reminds
listeners that American industry



coast of Scotland with millions of of the lot of actual producers and
dollars in riches (3) That the Secretary of State



Also received : s



Fight On

Against

U.K. Did Not

CommunismIn The East Send Note

From Our London Correspondent

LONDON, July 4.

Doubt as to the wisdom of employing simply the economic
weapons to save South East Asia and other territories from
Communism is expressed by Elspeth Huxley, the well-
known writer on Colonial affairs.

article on “The
Cold War and the Colonies,” in
the current issue of the monthly
magazine, “Nineteenth Century,”

In a_ special

she asks how the principles de-
cided upon the Colombo and
Sydney conferences are to be of
any practical value within the

decade “the decade
crucial in the cold
questions the
need for great economic devel-
opments throughout Asia and
Atrica but, she argues, while the
standard of living of the few in
these territories may be advanced
by economic aid such as is now
planned the aim of a higher
tandard of living for the masses
is not feasible. First things to be
done to raise Eastern standard
are “to grow more food of all
kinds, to raise more timber for
fuel and housing, and to teach
millions of people the elements

next
to be
No one

that is
war.”

urgent



of hygiene,” and that accord-
ing to Mrs. Huxley is going t
take at least 40 years

Going on to ask what the Com-

munists will be up to between
now and 1960, she says that if
sll goes well for Communist
tactics, at the moment when na-

pressure reaches a point
where British withdrawal is
bound to take place Commu
st influences rill be trong

tionalist









ough to swing the emergent
nation into the orbit cf the
R i, there t revolve
ob as anott Eastern



leader were

Western

1 mistake in







te iS treating tn
ar economic one
of Wester traiegy,
Huxley declare hould be con-
cerned more with economic mat-
ters with “the satisfactic
atest lo f
A and Af an _ le



here, she goes on, “we should
be unwise to look to institutions
dominated by the white races >
“We must start from national-
ism, now deeply implanted in the
East; our task i
it turned into a constructive and
independent patriotism, and to
widen the loyalties of the new
into a wish to serve their
and not merely them-

surely to see

leaders
country
selves

Symbols of authority and na-
tionhood should emerge. The
king, the prince, the sultan, the
chief—a

living person is needed
to focus loyalty and affection,
rather than the impersonality of

committees and creeds.”

The Answer

Mrs. Huxley thinks the West
has remained too much on the
defensive. “It is surely a look-
ing glass situation” he writes
“that q power which, in the last
eight years, has bludgeoned into
subservience and all but oblit-
erated, some eight once sov-
ereign nations should pose as the
champion of nationalism, while
a Power, which, during the same









period, has freely and willingly
grantetd complete independence
to four former satellites should
be stigmatised as an oppressor
Yet that is the position as be-
tween Russia and yurselves.’
We had failed to make that clear
to the oriental leaders

The an r to the appeal of
Commut t cor ides, lie
less ir rrow field of eco-
nomics thar the vider and



far more sub
and psychology Econom
velopment “in g spiritual vacuur

a brittle we:

ic de-



4 1
ha would







break in We n hand The
first objectives were the “Hope
and imaginations of the

would

need all our



To France

By SYLVAIN MANGEOT

LONDON, July 10
A Foreign Office Spokesman to-
night denied there was anything
to justify reports that Britain has
sent a note to France “outlining
proposals she intends to make to
Moscow for ending the “Korea:

war.”
The British Official Spokesmen
are still under instructions to

maintain closest secrecy on the
ubject of any possible sequel to
the Russian demand made last
week in Moscow. by Deputy
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko

to British Ambassador Sir David
Kelly to elucidate the original
British suggestion that Russia

should use her influence with the
North Korean Government to end
the state of war.

In the Soviet official comment,
there appears no hint that any
such action is contemplated in
Moscow at the present stage.

Renewed Soviet attack on the
Secretary General of the Unite
Nations has strengthened — thr
belief ithat the United Nations
faces decisive crisis next Septern
ber when the Security Council j
due to nominate a successor t
Trygve Lie

In the case of a deadlock on thi
question the whole machinery o
the United Nations as a meeting
place for both Communist and
non—Communist powers appears
to be threatened with paralysis

—Reuter.

FAA OL LOA OL ALL,

POLL SAEP LIF ALG LI III FF



No Headway

LONDON,
ign Ministe

July 10

Fore Deputies ne-
gotiating the Austrian state treaty
to-day adjourned until September
7, without making any further
headway. George Zaraubin Soviet
Deputy said that the Soviet Gov-
ernment view was that there was!
no guarantee that the Austriari
would not be violated
me way as the Italian pe
y over Trieste





—Reuter

He expects to leave for Scotland
next month

Windbreechtinger said his con-
tract with the Argylls will take
him to the general area where
the ship supposedly has lain at
the bottom of the sea for 300 years,
ever since it was said to have
been sunk while carrying gifts
from King Charles I

“It probably is covered with
many feet of dirt by now,” he
said. “That’s why they have been
unable to find it. My Martha will
succeed where radar has failed”

He said the contract promises
him 10 per cent of the treasure,
which the Argylls believe to be
about $84,000,000

Windbrechtinger plans to lower
his device—the details of which
are seecret—to within 12 feet of
the ocean floor. He believes ai
least 12 feet of dirt now cove:
the vessel,

With Martha’s special trans-
mitting and receiving set he hopes
to chart the exact location of not
only the ship, but the gold
silver hoard as well.

If successful, he said he is going
to use the $8,400,000 he receives to
go into this business in a serious
way.

He will look for another $400,-
000,000 1,. wealth reputedly wait-
ing for Martha elsewhere in the
world,--I.N.SF

and



%,



SOOOCCCOCOO OOO"

be informed by cable through His
Excellency the Governor of the
present grave dissatisfaction
among rice producers

(4) That copies of the resolu-
tion be forwarded to His Excel-
lency the Governor for his infor-
mation and for dispatch by air-
mail to the Secretary of State.



The Weather
TO-DAY

Sun Rises: 5.45 am

Sun Sets: 6.25 p.m.

Moon (New) July 15

Lighting: 7.00 p.m.

High Water: 12.18 a.m.; 1.35
pm

YESTERDAY
Kainfall (Codrington) .21 in
Total for Month to yester-

day: 84 ins.
‘Temperature (Max) 84.5 F
Temperature (Min.) 73.5° F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
(3 p.m.) E
Wind Velocity 9
hour
Barometer:
(3 p.m.)

miles per

(9 a.m.) 30.039,

30.003,



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quirements—-mass production that
will absorb a great body of un-
skilled and semi-skilled immi-
grant labour, and mass consump-
tion that will speed the Ameri-
canisation of a variety of racial
grows. An industry organised
on tnése lines is not necessarily
the ideal answer to the problems
of an older society, where many
skills would have to be unlearned
if their owners were to fit into the
machine. This is an interesting
point of view and you can hear it
elaborated in the talk which was
originally broadcast in the BBC's
Ti.rd Programme and will be re-
peated for overseas listeners at
6.30 p.m. on Saturday, 15th July.

“Caribbean Voices” July 1950

16th July,—Saving his Life
short story by Edgar E, Boyce of
Trinidad

Presentiment short story by
Inez K. Sibley, of Jamaica

28rd July,—-A Matter of Values
short story by O. M. Howard of
Jamaica

Shouters “Visit China” article
by Seepersad Naipal of Trinidad

30th Jul ,—The Champ short
story by Hugh Blackman of
Trinidad,

The Affair of the Meamu Dta-
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BARBADOS gg ADVOCATE

Mablished vy Thu Advocate Co. ..2G., 4, Sroad Bi, Sriasewws

Tuesday, July 11, 1950











Your Museum

THE opening of New Gallery at the
Barbados Museum last evening was more
than a routine engagement in the life of
the Governor of Barbados. Not only is
Mr. Savage a patron of the Society, but
during his short stay in Barbados he has
found time to donate a book to the Barba-
dos Museum and Historical Society.

The Society today is suffering from that
lack of recognition of which Mr. Savage's
generous gift is a token. Mr. Savage's in-
tentions in Barbados seem to be based on
that of a poor man determined to make
himself poorer in trying to set an example
to members of a community many of whom
he appears to be convinced could donate
more and help generally in spreading cul-
ture and education.

“

the

It is a heroic effort and it deserves sup-
port from those members of the community,
who, whatever their contribution to other
deserving causes, have so far left the Bar-
bados Museum without an excess of en-
couragement. Everyone knows how many
charities the businessmen of Barbados are
asked to support directly and indirectly for
365 days of the year and for 366 during the
surplus years. But the Museum is only
recently coming out into the open and is
only now being recognised for what it is
—one of the greatest assets in the cultural
and commercial life of the island.

Businessmen who have invested their
money in hotels are naturally eager to see
those hotels filled. They advertise Barba-
dos and they contribute towards publici-
Sing its attractions throughout the world.
When the visitor gets here he finds that
there is adequate sunshine but even during
a short stay he pines for some acquaintance
with the souls and spirit of the people and
the first place he turns for that information
is the Barbados Museum.

Set in the unspoilt and well tended sur-
roundings of the Garrison Savannah,
housed in an ancient prison whose walls
time has mellowed, the Barbados Museum
is surrounded by cool and shady trees and
invites the tourist to enter and pause for
a moment in’ appraisal of the achievement
of the people amongst whom he finds him-
self. Today the Barbados Museum under
the stimulus of its new director, Mr.
Neville Connell, has advanced without
much support from the public. Its total
membership is less than three hundred.
There must be at least two hundred people
now resident in Barbados who think
nothing of spending a year’s subscription
to this Society in one afternoon’s round of
drinks at the club. Could not each of these
two hundred today send a cheque for that
same amount to the Secretary of the Bar-
badops Museum and thereby show their
appreciation of the good work which has
been pioneered by so few and which now
beckons to the people of Barbados for sup-
port, not only of their cultural, but of
their own material interest.

The extension of a new gallery or rather
the official recognition of a gallery which
has already been used for exhibitions of
paintings by several young West Indian
artists is only one demand on the expand-
ing potentiai of the Museum.

There is now a shortage of money to
supply showcases to exhibit material which
the Museum already possesses.

The Museum is your It does
credit to your island. It needs you as a
member and it needs your donation if you
ean afford it. It is too modest to ask for
itself. Let your generosity be its reward
for a public service which has been so
painstakingly encouraged by so few less
than three hundred.

Museum.



Our Readers Say:

What After All IsMeant By Sanitation?

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—Owing to the fact that
diphtheria and typhoid are en-

mittee it is recommended that if,
and when, federation of the British
West Indies becomes a reality the

“BAL CREOLE’ IN LONDON

JOAN ERSKE

iby

BOSCOR HeLDER and his wife Sheila Clarke from Trinidad, playing the

formance of “Bal Creole”.





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| ULYSSES

(From Our London Correspondent)

The follow'ng stery appeared in «ue
this week under heading,

Test for a West Indian.’

evening Standard
“My Court Casebook” “The

July 3, 1950.

HIS Majesty’s West Indian subjects have |
been in the minds of a good many of us re-
cently, and while the world at large has been
seriously worried about the activities of Mr.
Ramadhin and Mr. Valentine and Mr. Wal-
cott, (especially that Mr. Ramadhin), the
Bow Street court has had a West Indian
problem of its own.

The name of Bow Street’s West Indian
problem was Ulysses, though he cut a most
unhomerie figure in the dock. Ulysses is a
little man, whose moustache somehow adds
to his pathetic air, but though he is small |
was big enough |
home and sail east to join the R.A.F.

After
to the sunny Caribbean, where calypso and
sugar cane keep life sweet, but, and 1 suppose |
the war was to blame, he could no longer
settle down there, and after a few months he
sailed east again and landed in London to|
look for work.

A well connected West Indian here took
pity on the young man (for though Ulysses
looks older than Father Time on the weather
vane at Lord’s, he is only 29) and managed |
to get him a job as a post office clerk. He
did very well in the job.

Ulysses’s health, though, was not gooc, and
for a time he was invalided from the postal
service. But he picked up and returned to
his job, and they were very glad to have such
a conscientious worker back. Then Ulysses
was absent from work again. But this time
ill health was not directly the cause. He
had been arrested for robbery.

For six months the little man was a volun-
tary patient at the hospital, and then he dis-
charged himself.

He was free again, but it wasn’t so easy
to get a job. Ulysses decided to look up his
former benefactor and he found that distin-
guished West Indian just about to leave his
office for Paris.

“Let me help you with your bags to the
station, Sir,” Ulysses begged, and he was
allowed to undertake this mission.

Ulysses’s friend was bound for some con-
‘ference in France, so they went to Victoria,
and there Ulysses was charged with guarding
a brief-case while his temporary employer
did some telephoning. When the boss came
out of the telephone box he could see no

Two hours later, Ulysses’s benefactor, who
now had a policeman with him, found the
little man. He was hanging about the Con-
tinental departure platform, and he still
carried the brief-case, but a cheque book that
had been inside the case was now in Ulysses’s
pocket.

h
\. either of Ulysses or the brief-case.

“He told me he wanted to go to the Con-

tinent and wanted to give something to his

Be
| LONDON_ sical sounds. “Unfortunately,’ Valentine line,
; The scene—a waterside cafe in she said, ‘we are still experiment- Ramadhin b ‘ line" as a
|the West Indies, The performers ing with them, because you can- We woos West Indies,
|~-West Indians from Trinidad. not get sharps or flats, so the We won the
|The instruments—a steel band music sounds a little out of tune.’ Our bowling was so fine
| with rhythm ac companiment, And ae o tage petals ne
jthe place? Studio “E” at Alex~ That, to the listeners, was part They can’t get Clyde Walcott out” as
andra Palace, in the North of of the charm. Sheila’s ping-pong a verse
| London was the end of an_ oil-drum Walter Horsburgh took the part
painted in gay colours. Her hus- of an English \ itor seeing some
| Once again, television Was pand played the kettle. Between /ocal colour and Willy Richard-
bringing all the life and vigour, them, with an accompaniment of S0n, who over here studying
the calypsoes and dances of Trin- maraccas and drums, they gave a literature at London University,
idad, into the homes of thousands creditable rendering of “Music, ©xPlained the language and dances}
of “viewers” in the U.K. The ba? Music, Music,” and “My Darling to him He. was Biowh how the
was well stocked with rum bottles. Clementine.’ The off-key melody West Indians interpret and twist
bead curtains screened the door- was very appealing if somewhat European rhythms, and how
|ways, hand-made straw and raf- surprising English is used with the stress on
\fla baskets lent an _ authentic different syllables.
|touch, and the tropical effect was To add to the general confusion ea 46 tat
heightened by one live macaw, in of a rehearsal under the blindin: eae he ‘pace ae "Riche
}glorious shades’ of sky-blue and glare of scores of lamps, the pro- Sea th Panes As’ long 9s the
| eam oo Tg sg i ll he hie Ar ne West Indies can sing and dance,
| The stars of the show, entitled tory at Lord’s. That meant dome ey, Hazen’, time oor: fighting.’
“Bal Creole,” were Boscoe Holder quick thinking on Boscoe’s part, And when he expressert a Oakes
jand his wife, Sheila Clarke, both put he finally produced something to see something 3 little fore
|}from Trinidad. They sang calyp- on the lines of primitive, Sheila wand Boscoe
!soes in the local patois, a mixture danced a Shango Ritual Dance
of Spanish, French, English and — with Boscoe taking the part of the |
|Ashanti, and danced traditional High Priest
“s ié dances. The othe ws d
Denar tees Meaniaen was Ene POCKET CARTCON This, incidentally, almost stopped
Dalla Rosa by OSBERT LANCASTE R the rehearsal and when the pro-
ducer stretched himself on the
| Boscoe, who has recently return- floor in Sheila’s place, to see if she
ed from New York, where he would be within camera range,
|studied modern ballet with the one of the technician remarked
New Dance Group, ran a show vudibl; Catching. isn’t it?
ealled “Bal Creole” in Trinidad. Lance: monte Shatin

His brother has charge of a group





there now Joscoe is an accom- m Martinique—one
plished artiste. He has a smooth captivating and flir-
jdancing technique, sings a calyp- of footwork seen
o with the right amount of abar- while
ion, and plays the piano com- Sheil then sang “Ma Little
petently Brown Boy” by Lionel Belasco,
Sheila, who sings with a voice end “Ma Cot le,” and Boscoe fol
ike melted honey, was born in the I ved: With & ¢ uypso. by Lord
quiet English country town of Kitchener ump in the Line
Dorchester. Her parents took her The Caribbean Troubadours,
to the West Indies, and she re- wer isting musically
turned later to attend convent i Pa AIS back a ARE then
school in London “opposite the ie lout Hed shirts and
Tottenham football ground.” 1 Ais 4 ‘ Shella was
She finished her schooling in ny more rilliant spectacle
the West Indies, and has been Her ddre wi carlet atid
back in England only a few “If it used to cost a penny to yellow. Enormous gold hoops hung
weeks. So far she is enjoying | go half a mile in ten minut fi her ears, matching rows of
every moment of it, and hopes fy it now costs 24d. to go a ld t round her neck. A
soon to be working with Boscoe quarter 4 a mile in 20 hrigh emerald preen scarf and
n cabaret at a well-known Lon- minutes, how soon are w« alee ; attly covered h a
don night club, which is shortly going to be both bankrupt 5 } Pee Pena ee .
& Mt ten and motionless?" whit kit lashed
re-opening. Their main difficulty t waitat
was in getting their music scored
normally they do not have to { most nusing diversion
5 out ‘ EY : i 1 ee dah eres
bother about thi Foday s Thought * } the udio jokex
( a property yr on the
The steel band was of particu- u y t 1 nvinced
lar interest_to us. Lord Baldwin, Ah, search the wide world acrs 3 ‘ conw that it
|when he was in the Leeward wherever you can, had just t 1 laid ye aa ‘
Islands, was greeted by one There is no open door for the ghia
Sheila, who played the ping-pong, moneyless man And readi over the produc-
explained that the idea a —H. T, STANTON. * Ider, I tice ‘ - the
when the poorer classes who could Lae See t of props” the following
not afford to buy instruments, The battle, sir is not to the amusing item 1 Coffee Urn, not
discovered that by heating old strong alone; it is to the practical. 4 Wooden bowls of nuts
|tins, dustbin lids, and so on, they vigilant, the active, the prac to eat, | Upright piano
‘could beat them into different brave. Period in appearance, but to
I thicknesses, and thus produce mu- —PATRICK HENRY. play in tune,

LOS ANGELES
Strength of the North Korea
invasion armies that have swept
below the 38 Parallel into and
around Seoul stems directly from

ic i i i » rigi x ; é ained by
demic in Barbados anything which resultant new Dominion should be ne 3S Og ih ag ae ihe sti
might provoke an outbreak is of called The British Caribbean Fed- 'e S0V ve Lh bette sre
public import. It is scarcely eration, and since our ge inspectec
credible in these days of Health the area in May, 1946,

lectures when the public are urged



to co-operate in raising the level this Report by the area's Legisla- the Russians was observed by
of public health, that the Sanitary tures will be slow and thoughtful our mission only after we had
authorities themselves seeking a and the necessary alterations encountered difficulties in visit
dumping ground for garbage have made Let it be remembered that ing areas we had intended to
selected a newly-built residential We have our first and only Uni- inspect
area. Those who have bought versity and that we will brook no And the taking of photographs
building sites at Brighton Beach, toying with its name, which is: to illustrate our visit, the condi
Black Rock and erected their own The West Indies University tion of Korea industries, was
bungalows have been horrified to \ : e banned under penalty of death
find that millions of flies, batten- _In Slavery, Trade, Religion,
ing on the rubbish have invaded War and Sport we have accepted The Soviet concept of “de-
their spotless homes. Smoke clouds ©Ur defeats and victories as West mox racy” seemed to involve the
from the smouldering mass, dur- Indians, and it is difficult to UN- organisation of a government
ing burning operations, have spoilt derstand how a federated West Whose aim was stated to be t
new curtains, grimed new _paint- Raeerter ae a called other than provide for the welfare of
work and made living conditions pe nited State he rhe West the masses of agricultural and
intolerable rye nay West pt See NT mn industrial workers
Borne on the air comes the United We Se Teas - This concept excluded those
aroma, nay, the stench of decaying Our Touring Cricket Team after ‘iit, dinnureed Wee aiy fa
matter. Guardians of Public '! introduction to His Majest a . ae eee ant
Health Quis custodiet custodes? | z used the same stage to twaltere’) <9 “B ritics were
WHAT ABOUT IT known to the world—as “Welfare” and critics were
7 If for no other Sidered undemocratic and rea
. I ison nowir ou ip e-
For Short faliah to Oe Heme) TAP ug ves Soviet Military Govern-
To the Editor, The Advocat¢ main West Indians ment carried out, the
SIR,—In the report of the Thanking you Sir, for space, People’s Committee 1
Standing Closer Association Com- I. V. BOVELL. land reforms and thereby a €

I do hope that consideration of

Control of the area dssumed by

























with charm,



was

girl,”
next morning when Ulysses was charged
with stealing the case.

Sir Lawrence heard out the story, and then
remanded Ulysses for more to be found out
about him. When the remand was up, the
Chief Magistrate was told that it would be
possible to send Ulysses home.

“You have anything more to say?” Sir Law-

pea asked the little man.

“Only that I desire to go home now, Sir,”
Ulysses said.

“Well, all I want to do and all the authori-
ties want to do is to get you home,” Sir Law-
rence said. “I shall sentence you to a term
of imprisonment to cover the time until you
can be shipped back, You will go to priso:

for four months. If the sailing is before, then
the Home Office
arrangements.”

With a bit of luck, at about the time the

will make the necessary

cricketing West Indians are sailing west |}
There will |

again, Ulysses will be sailing too.
be hot new calypsoes to greet and honour
the cricketers, but I doubt if there will be
an to greet Ulysses, unless there really
was something in that story about his girl.



By EDWIN W. PAULEY

considerable support from those
who benefited from these reforms.

During our stay in North
Korea we saw 1 newspapers
from the area south of 88 de-
grees, nor were any foreign news-

men allowed to enter

the Soviet

controlled area.



THE GAMBOLS



Whenever

North Korean Army

‘ we saw Soviets and there were Russians everywhere.

Koreans in contact, the Koreans The trucks which the Russians

were being ‘“‘pushed around” in used were all American lend-

the most crude and ruthless fash- lease equipment, even the jeeps

ion The “tommy-—guns” were all lend-
Our party included Martin lease.

Tosean Bennett as Chief of Staff. But the railroad is the oniy

General G,
Advisor,
Chief of Staff, Captain
rlin E, Fenical as Official Phot-
g and numerous industri-
il and chemical experts.
When we arrived at Pyongyang
were Soviet guards every
their
The
States, if he had his
entire Secret Service guard assem-
was never guard-
completely

ary
De uty
M



apher,



there
where
tommy:
the United
bled at one
ed
party
We
takin
were not
»jectives,

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with
-guns.”

were
pictures,

the



came
g after visiting Kyomip’o

F. Sehulgen as Mili-

Joh

time,

Romanenko said
veyed orders,
get in trouble because

guards might be too

orce

pictures
ied th
have th

we t
in

admonished
We told them w?
interested
that the war was over

at some of us might

means of transportation in all of
Korea, due to the fact that the
roads are unbelievably bad,

In this connection I want to
make a definite observation abou:
Korean transportation, both eco
nomically and military-wise.

n P, Hurndall as

Korea is _ entirely
upon the railroads. There would
be no other way for an army to
progress. The highways are not
sufficient for heavy
and the terrain is impossible. The
railroads were evidently
the Japanese for military reasons

We were denied visits to ha
bour areas.
many industrial
tions

However,

ever-present
President of

as were our

about

in military

cities and se
if

it would be

we were successful in
inspection, on the whole, about 60
per cent. of the installations andi
industrial plants north of the 38th
Parallel, despite restrictions
Russia’s military was building,
improving and not destroying as

we
us

these orders not
to be taken

e opportunity of it had confiscated and dismantled
ook them industry in Manchuria.
to the station at North Korea was preparing for

conflict

the war, Ulysses went home again

the policeman told Sir Lawrence Dunne

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| In November \\ ye" THESE !! *
During consideration of the Colony’s estimates last March. | * en ON ee
‘ bo MS . : ; : . ’ .
Government spokesman described this year’s budget as | SAYS SIR GEORGE SEEL | ' a
being on a “housekeeping” basis—spending on just necessi- | %
ties. The description was an apt one, for that is just how} | The results cf the work of the }% >
the average housekeeper and breadwinner has to live todav. | Caribbean Cor are ng % Ladies Magnifying Mirrors z
if he wants to keep on the right side of the Petty Debt | | Gao MSc! KCMG... Bri * Ladies Lipstick Mirrors $
. * ~ ‘a ¢ : } Veore s ‘ : 1 . + - P a Ss.
Court, or the Court of Appeal. ' | Co-Chairman of t Commissior |& $
nara ee us ene @ stroll down Bud told the Advocate yesterday x Ladies’ Eyelash Curlers 3
get ane with three men One | Sir George has just returne ‘ ~ ~
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works tor $100 a month, the other! from the tenth meeting the ‘ \ Cuticle Ni : >
W, tf +O ; 1 g of tt Nippers
all img — ay a a and the third} Commission held at Martinique x \ Pf ¥
gets $ a month more How } He said that the Commission is | \ Toe-nail Clippers -
( /p In Rear do they live? Nt a “ save | only an advisory body and car ‘ 2 shes %
money every month? ow do} draw attention to things whictl. ]% Ars Nail Scissors
z ° they pay their children’s schoo! | need to be done, but he is sur x By ae ; x
oO Ss Club fees and meet the hundred anc | that there is a general advantage |Â¥ Nail Files and Tweezers %
‘ a one day to day expenses? to be gained from the work i * Ss
Take the man with the $100 u does in pooling the experience: |< x
ORKMEN were busy yes-| Month, a wife, and two children. | on the different territories anc] . XS
terday erecting a wall at the| His food bill can hardly be less | arranging for special problems tc |& %
rear of the building which houses oe half of his salary, when you be examined by competent techni ‘ ¥
the Bay Street Boys’ Club. A! take into consideration the fact! cal experts z NIOHWT ] . . >
the Bay Street Boys’ Club. A}take into consideration the. fac < KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES &
Club is placed at the front of the}®@"_ be obtained from the gro- Successiul x %
building and inside has been| S&!¥: bis wife will need cash mone, He said that the Conference a | 46:6565466664%666066¢

Chet ob bebo
: 7 : for the in e fres + | PAPEL AOL PLO OE,
painted and a few alterations things like fresh frui



Martinique was a very successfu
: rs vegetables, fish and fresh mea:.! “APT ® PARRIS the Policewomen with kit erday morning. These girls embark- one and there was some discuss
made. This Club is the first. of . i S a CAPT PARRIS i e the licewor 1 Wi ; u MOE ne and there was some discussio! DOORS POODLE PSO TOS OOOO S SOOO POCO.
what might be a chain of Clubs Meat—Heow Much ? ed on their career yesterday and will lay the fot n for local Policewomen Of The DAM whith Mia Commismionik oT ee ee ee

to be opened by the Barbados}. How often can he afford}

ean play in making use of techni x
Folice Force for the purpose of meat, and how much of it can h:«

| e me cal assistance under the Unite x
9 7 > 7 a f States Ogrs phic
keeping boys off the streets creel t Two eee per aa tera 4Polic ew ome n H. fo Q ens New ceeeeakee eee eee . % S
. ae Le . â„¢ abou wice a week would be a e F . a Pside . . ,
oe gg ommissioner of Police good guste, @undays 4nd Wedaks W . S In 2 2 ‘iP last year and as a result, thes¢ x hiv S
. i nd ~ - a able to! days are the favourite days, anit ere W orn S projects will be under examina % C x
oh ° th ce Cha Tay ae .,| Perhaps he can either get some| | tion in the next few months. — x x
an we © Club is completed it} fish on another day of the wee} Y esterda | USCUTN a er He said that the next Wes’ |X YEN %
Serade tee eae _with : = or take fish on one of the days! y eo a Pe hele x f .
S board, dominoes, draughts,| earmarked for meat. } weno 3h Navemner ANC TE “ a bagatelle table, etc, It will Taking the prevailing prices} THE Barbados Police Force} JT am convinced that the Barbados Museum and Historical] Should) be very helpful ia /% 4



also have a boxing ring and one of meat and fish he would at

. now has four Policewomen. Ths
of the City firms has offered a this rate spend about $4.64 out

: enablin, agric ‘ 1s
ciety is an educational and cultural institution of a very g the agricultural prob %




































; e
, ; Ss bent. inte’ : lems of this area to be dis
four women who were chosen high order. and » a ’ ag .e ove . + 4 a s eurge The Humber trademark |
Meccano set. With this set the] of the budget of $50 on th to lay the foundation for the) igh order, and bears favourable comparison with those cussed, “1s ¥@. ar
> . .
boys can build a lorry, train, car,| items. Spending economically,! jocal branch of Policewom« ; of larger and wealthier cammunities, His Excellency told _ At the end of the ¢ onferenc x ‘ is your guarantee of lasting
crane, boat, aeroplane, etc., etc. the housewife might be able x! Olga Clarke, Ira Babt Cora | the gathering who attended the opening of the new gallery ii rian ae Piola ge pal * e quality, fine appearance and
Another firm has consented to] make $5 do for vegetables and] Wilkinson and Carmen Nurse at the Barbados Museum Yesterday afternoon. His Excel Briar Vicgin at eee a os % il the unrivalled strength. The
erect a canteen. ‘The garden fruit, which also form part of | were: sworn in yesterday morn-| lency ope ned the gallery nxious tet : at . a oy . "a “th * , . i
surrounding the Club is also being] the food budget. Also included] ing and became P.C. 199 Clark Thi é the Society t- for the Museum and the Society panerat aondieny tas as bela sedbeey9 > cadena
done, is oll or other fuel for cocking.| P.c, 331. Babb, P.C. 12 Wil-|cst addition-is for the purpose of ‘As I said before, 1 feel that] “He sald that the orivipelen coh ® bicycle carries this mark of
- LIC "i Few men with this salary would kinson and P.C. 388 Nurse he using 7 ieture of whic h there this ceremony is marking the of iiveliE * ee eee ae Ea x wor jetincti ,
OLICE CONSTABLES and| cook by electricity, although was a fine collection on exhibitior second stage in our progress fishir a nd th ¥ agri itural au art<1% oe
, Corporals may soon be wear-]| some of them might use gas if They were afterwards given) vecterday oar wef Raat sppointthent of Mae mate Niitenemnuciing t %
ing a jighter type of serge pants they were in an area served by| their uniforms which were ide) President of the Societ Sir| Neville Connell 1 am confi- raise the Aalst of the ster : ¥ tr wy 1p ° , y
that is more suitable for the] the Gas Company. by Mrs. G. Hope-Rodriguez, Po-| John Saint, asked His Excellency | dent that our progress will} — aoe Bt S Carr7es as
tropics. Thes* light pants are at; Next in importance, if not} lice contract tailor. The uniform) te open the eallerv. Bef ing | be rapid, and if a similar Difficult Time $
present only being worn by the| panelly ores at is ereenaee during training will be khaki he told the audience } ceremony to this is held x Madr, 0
Sargeants. 0 live, he does not have the] skirt and Police hirt earlier in| } 15 years hence we should have At the present moment, they |
The Commissioner said yester-{ 8004 fortune to own a house of his] the day and a blue serge skirt; It was almost. exactly fiftes n| greater achievements to recall, [are having ; difficult time because x
Gay that he feels the ‘lighter own he walk probably pay at the] with red seam and ume irt years ago that Sir Mark Young! | am quite sure too that this} thei) principal market is in St x °
material is more suitable and ee 64 eee aa re oe during the evening who was then Governor of th j luseum will have become of Thomas in the U.S. Virgin I lands ‘ perfection
wants to issue it to all his men n e does lat, 7 is gon | colony, opened the Jubiles nore and more importance to] and there is a dispute in St.J%
. : from his salary When they complete trainin Gallery The opening of that! the island and its cultural devel-|Thomas about the purchasing x
wim REFERENCE to speedy he and go on duty they will wear, gallery, I think, marked the} opment arrangements which means that %
motorists, the Commissioner Goodbye to $81 a tunic, of a different design beginning of the Barbades| I want to thank His Excellency | the markets are virtually closed at x \
said that the driving is improv- For a family of four the laun-] than that worn by the men, and! Museum, or at any rate it I} very much indeed for coming here} the moment, and the Virgin x x
: - a ; , dry bill is not likely to be much] » bluc serge skirt consider was the first stage of |this afternoon to open this gallery. | Islanders are unable to dispose of 1%
ing but there are still a few ; : x 2
motorists who exceed the speed less than $8 a month, and tae} the development of the Mussum.|We all know what a very busy] their catt*e. x x
limit. He said that the P Nae - Electric Company will claim abo it In an interview with the Ad- | This ceremon thi fter man he is, and how very hard- He hopes that difficulty wil! % “DP 8
still ” gettin the § ? Tra ©! $3 for lighting, if he is charged at{vocate” yesterday, Col. R T. |which H Excellency + Gov vorking and very conscientious.{be solved fairly soon and is{?® . %
The speed limit in ee eee i as the rate of 18 cents a unit plus; Michelin, Commissioner of Po-)ernor wili perfort i We are all very grateful to him | arranging for Mr Frampton, the x o>
re ao. ae over-charge. That makes $81] lice, said, “The four Policewomen! what I think, is t the interest he has taken in! Agricultural Adviser to C.D. & W.1%
see aa ees ill ke wie accounted for. | started their career to-day. They | in t evelopmer ie Muse nee he has been]and Mr. Gordon, the Construc % §
» a motorists wh eep to Transportation to and from} will live in barracks at the Dis- The fevelopment which |} here tional Engineer, to visit Tortols | %
these speeds they will save them-/work must also be taken into| trict “A” Station and go through|taken place over that period has,| It is now my privilege and hon- in September to discuss the gen. |% The Aristocrat of all Bicycles %
selves the Fayed of getting a! account, and depending on the] the same training as the men re-|in my opinion, been a re le }our pal ya His Excellency to open | eral agricultural and communica- ; ¥
Summons, he said, distance from place of work, and} cruits that recently arrived at|achievement when one considers |the gallery tions problems with Mr. Cruick »
In answer to a question about| supposing that he has to use the} the Training School.’ the almost complete lack of funds | shank, the C 8 » f »
4 v Ll S aining § 0 ‘ } a = ank, the ommissioner of the
pedestrians on the main streets] bus, this can easily ruin to $5. All which the Council has had | Galle ry Opened Virgin Islands S %
01 the City, the Commissioner} work and no play will make Jack | able for its development p! I, His eae ee Lay tape 6 On his way back to Barbados % x
said that a large number ofj|a dull boy, so something must be} jthe entrance 0 te gallery and | Sir George spent a couple of day: 1Â¥
pedestrians still stand on the!taken out for entertainment. Two! Jud FES Strike Out Remarkabie Progress jdeclared the gallery opened in Antigua. He said that the sugar |% x
pavements and gossip. This adds]theatre shows a month would Bes 2 I, nes those of us who Pag tee tre ge cia whe cee srowing district’ there is very :
3 F 4} average nearl i, mn . OOK ack over that period j r resiaent, les anc renue- | much like Be rbados exce tha! *
to the congestion of the City and | average nearly $1. _ h ae Traffic Case admit that the remarkable »-|men, so often a Governor finds hea oh shi Not ic nial ated and | AR I ON'S
he has kindly requested pedes- Many men join’ what are eee ores “a OE at ay , it has not the good fortune of [%
trians to cooperate by keeping on} locally known as “meeting i ed tana| ence Which has been made-—the |When he comes along to make a] this island in having an abundant |}
a p > P turns’ so as to put some cash| A decision of Mr. W. A. Har-|conversion of prison cells into gal- |speech, that all those very good water supply % BROAD ST. XY
the move. a per, Police Magistrate of District |leries such as these. the constr points he had taken great care to Awitinis » ¥
aside for a couple of months and ich was reversed yesterday by |tion of museum binet i r t te ha lread been expressed T eateacs Oaks eet era h : LOCAL AGENTS
¥ . ig ye #4 8 as V dyes ay nuse cabinets, in fact |nete has already b ‘x presse the workers were « _ ay ¢
EON TAYLOR, alias “Pasero”, beh Ghee Wee rman Mur Mr. J. W. B. Chenery and Mr. 'the creation of a museum-—is}and noted by the person who i ¥ ork vere still cutting the i >
who escaped from custody That is often used to provide H. A. Vaughan, Judges of the As-|largely due to the vision and the }opens the function Ott ec Et aeneek to Antah g DIAL 2364.
while being conveyed by the clothing, hay mBy ” Ay RAYS sistant Court of Appeal Mr. Har-|energy of our hard-work ng Sacto earn x
Police van along Searles about Johns it pr sont amonth} jer had fined John Da Silva ot|tary Mr. E. M., Shilstone | i, Mave PekOD) 8 APOE NtOrOS | the water froat strike rep % — $
five months ago, was recaptured | 10% ‘there is just $9 left, and| Wellington Street £2 when he} TI do not think we should allow! i” the Journal of the Society.) 4d by the wa much behind hand. |® %
at Ellerton, St. George at about Now there is just $9 left, anc 7 ound } tuilty of hav-{an occasion such as thic t: .) because the first publication 4 ‘ : und hand, 1 ¥% INSIST ON THE ORIGINAL & GENUINE STURMEY-ARCHER 3- OR 4-8PEED QEAR %
al , eorg' t the‘ ati turn’ there had found him guilty of an ion such ; thi pa 8 b4
7.00 p.m. on Saturday. P.Cs. pears Ga ier cee ne ipl ing failed to stop the motor van|without conveying to him the| ew above Revtacice paras } 8 %
Brewster and Niles made the /{S5 “Ss ase sie pit} M.2397 before entering the Car-|thanks of the Society ; #ournal of the Barbados I UsCe G ¥
avnaat: = Se ee ere eee er riage way of the major road on} As you know, during the last} ng aes wooey . ane | AROUND THE OOOO OOOO OCOD
Taylor ie wanted in connection | > © eae my a :| Thickets Road, ‘St. Philip jyear the Government has t} Dir John Mackherson took with 4
and that will cost 36 cents on the




A a char . aki financially possible for the
a arge se-| in, :

ro ahs Of RGUs-EESRANS lanes: ‘ : Their Honours decided that nojcil to appoint a I

im Now He Tears His Hair offence was proved and struck cut €

aa BOAT “Endeavour” There is pocket money for the the case.

overturned when about three

him from here to Nigeria. Wher

I came here I found in ihe W 7 yy
Governor's office a number o WA TERFRONI
bound volumes which I read anc
studied, and I also had ihe |



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One thousand, one hundred an





rites ‘oft Pitts Village at about | a te Spuceue: Maxi wage ot ce were bout TH WEEN ~CONSTRUCTING
3.45 p.m. on Saturday. The boat 3 t eonaldaralt 4aotthe arentanl | into the island yesterday when
sunk but the crew — Field flue that there should Baan ine the Franklyn D R arrive
Mayers of King William Street, atitirtion-ot 4 kind in Barbados, | *â„¢ |
Donald Mayers of Clevers Hill ind havir een the institution Other cargo brought were 6
7 vs : : Bare ’ a tons of firewood, 1,000 bags of | OR REPAIRING A
St. Joseph, and Herman Eastmond ind having read the Journal, Lam | oj crcoal. 102 pieces of greenheart +
of St. Lawrence were rescued by convinced that the Society is an}ing 48 wallaba posts, —
a launch owned by Mr. McKen- educational and cultural institu Donkey carts, mule carts an
zie of Neils, St. Michael, who was Hon Of .@ veri high order and lirycks going to and fro loaded BI JILDING
cruising around. pees "Bayes ae ee with bags of coals were the chief
The crew were afterwards Pe Pate reer and wealthier | sbjects for the congestion on the
taken to the Harbour Police Sta- waterfront yesterday
ton, “Endeavour is covered by Rebuild Cells One aoe Ww pile loading ®
insurance. "4 aud to eee tartan ki ae cart wi h ooa we ae y |
uch y a bag wh pe +
EONARD SMALL of Sober’s Cet of the Museum in this | -ver trom n schooner’s deck and ALWAYS USE
Lane reported that hig house Ses i ft & a fo bi : nameine vraoped to the ground inches
was broken and entered last Hn MEL TSEEL Ta reg li 3 of “old | ‘Way from his right foot
week and a quantity of clothing ry it oldsaatt ‘oat wt Se Aes The water in the careenage was]
and other articles, to the value of it | been possible to reconstruct | 18 0% ellowish colour vester
$40.52, removed.

They are the property of!
Frank Haynes of Hinkson’s Gap,
St. Lawrence .

|
|
HE LOSS of a_ quantity of |

ry, ¥ hat « 1ot prevent some 7 A : !
ha old cella of the Weititary Prien : he ue i ie k nt Y et 4 r 7 vr â„¢ 2
in developing this Museum and Luckil ¢ ah, oe “. hi : ee ° 4
produce such an attractive gallery : aware ore
) he financial side it h , Bee : : ro : i

be made possible initially by









rift from Mr. Robert Challen

groceries to the value of| ‘ upplemented by Societ
$24.14 was reported by James A. | ( Also I should mentior
Tudor of “Lemon Grove”, West- | that the work was carried out | , 9 CUFT _ on .
bury Road. He stated that his| Mr. Miles Cecil who gener | ASBES ] OS-CEMEN
shop at“Harmony Hall was _ brok- | BEE: ou ve his ervice nal |
en and entered during Friday iain wpe rvised the ork free of
night and the groceries removed.) i k f tt HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERN hares ee fe Bits
rTHE POLICE BAND, under} Kids, and pocket money for the HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR eutting the ribt lis new Gallery will house the ‘ ‘
: ce C. E. Raison, will play | wife and ditto for the husband ing the new wing of the Museum yesterday afterno« collection of W pe colours and ce IRRUGA I ED
4 st aennaite, £ ’clock this |If he is a smoker it is worse and Drawings generously presented by |
¢ fear \ Sk cae if he likes to “treat the boys on ————_————] Mrs. Lucy Carrington Wertheim

occasions, you can imagine him is - a well known London collector of ! = = }
| month after month tearing his hai: Col IRT SHORTS paintings and drawings. I have 4 a s 5 ‘ 4 ~ \
eyq.\in desperation — figuratively of uready found the temporary oc <= \ Ling ! '
Threatened To Kill: |course, because if he did it liter- cupants of the Gallery—this col- | COUGH LOZENGES i
ally, it would perhaps save the Two youngsters were yester-, Granville Brewster of Peter-| ection of West Indian prints cp
Bound Over barber’s expense.

|
ay remande. 5 xist eC nos ‘resting and I would wish | p
day remanded by magistrate C.L.| kins Road was yesterday re-|â„¢0St interesting Wonderfully fective
Managing a budget on such} Walwyn when they appeared on a that some could take up perman- vonceryully effective | )
aemmms
























In ordering Crawford to sign | months rent or grocery bills to|days or undergo one month’s in

died ick r ' +

| residence. H a re ‘ ire that

a decision of Mr, G. B. Griffith,| Now the man who rates $150 pi ca” Cas |
City Police Magistrate Crawford|a month is in a better position, | , neon Tayior alias I ro” of}
was also ordered to pay 7/8 ap-|if he does not let the sound of srittons Hill

Honorary Trea

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iby perfec ci nin I plant the seed in the

i |
i manded when he appeared be nt residence here ~ : .
ry sale S a also] charges of breaking and enter- eens ent r n ier

RD of the Ivy, a salary calls for skill and charg g nter Si ; at

ar aa Pes yesterday put| for creditors who will not send] ing a shop with intent to commit| §' teh rig ale aa Nhotiabe Glalines? ——— gins ti

ya bond to keep the peace for| you a blue paper if you miss] a felony Beer te eer. ee sete a & Fis =—_———

thr a Ponti by Mr. J. W. B.| paying a bill for a month or two p ] me a, ich 2 1e p on thet. SoU d mention that the

Chenery and Mr H, A Vaughan,; Just the same this kind of cred For working i gall i horse on ae eer e and “ val ¥ pe Ap ( plan to _ complete the

Faene oe the Assistant Court of| itor is perhaps the best for a July 10, James Brathwaite of nih be vee aan nee : ro (cham adrangl b eee P

A eel Their Honours found him} man with a small salary be j Grosvenor Road, was yesterday | Stated v mitted Ji j hy ne remain ig ttre cells in (

guilty of having threatened to kill} cause he is kept on the toes. It | seared. by. n 13) t ie H = Beventy-Tour -veariad ther ler Lbs : : ci ewe

Agatha Ifill on May 19. would never do for say wol Talma to pay a fine of 20/- j if ah Curnty hi Pat ery aa cea ed

the bond. Their Honours confirmed, overtake him. prisonment ere i of the ier £250 and fee!



“ORtS te ealary t s head. True,} 9M charges of ind en- | autop: ani tributed tr of benefactors which may d
peal costs sed. atte? |e cen ont SBEUS woken Tein chime the ise of {natural caust into a second new gallery
The offence occurred after | he can eat a little better, live in a . Be ‘ nea m i i cubed sane
Uvangeline s« ¢



Crawford heard that Ifill had/|better, or at least a more expen
kicked his sister. He held Ifill by!sive house etc., but he will have| and stealing

La SR 4 @ 3 °
) ‘ il j °
her throat and said he would|to keep within certain limits, i of £14 3s, ld. Included in these | One te en os on ee oe ea ‘ BREAK FAST CARRIERS
kill her. The Court told him that|he wants to save any money are 3 pairs of scissors 2 pen m ‘
EARTHENWARE |

|
he should not take the law in his | one clock, ; rist watch one
!
Now on show in our Varniture Dept.



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ae g . H ll be able to see the bank} pair of grey flanne t door B
own hands a pee Ur nees on depositing| kell and 4 knive | JUST ARRIVED-

more often, can perhaps afford | . | A FRESH SHIPMENT OF
an insurance policy to help pre | Magistrate G. B Griffith ir j
|



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a n rigs sain “ethaketio Rneec 4 Henry | WTI ; > T ry r Y 7o a
What’s on Today | ui cin get ratio on the hirs| fran ot ookiy ‘ior'usnt| ga PURINA POULTRY CHOWS
‘ “a? Get Your Supply from . B |
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'G 4 donnieae at purchase system He may see! indecent ) | |

Court of Grand Sess , about getting a house of his d as oi é

10.00 a.m _ Adon the same system. ‘g H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. y ‘ i es
Meeting House of Assembly || rie same position, just a littl Distributors

Stl oa om Cottage magnified, obtains for the ; r th { ai Te cae dae ie eae
Mobile Cinema, “ag hundred-a—monther. It is not plain 4/2 fron I on J ( ; J CET.

Plantation Yard, St sailing to-day, if you want ie ride he case wv t it u i ont te a Gee @ a a e a e

George, at 7.30 p.m jsafely over the financial breakers| hearing te H. A.! a SBaS@QSGQ BQGBHREBBE A Se git dae

‘4that are always ahead | 7













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Tenders, including specifications,

May White 1 William De invited for repairs to the Rectory (sub- |
Freits (husband) family wish| === = er - = Sere of the Legislature)
through this medium to thenk all those} and additional Nurse’s quarters at the
who attended the funeral, sent wreaths, | HOUSES cae il b !
or otherwise sympathised with them in ‘a a a pplications w e received by the
their recent bereavement occasioned! , “BRIGHTWOOD"—On sea — St. undersigned up to Saturday 22nd July,
through the death of their dear one | L@wrence Gap From August Ist. { 1950 OSWALD L. DEANE, Vestry
Pearl Flaine Le Freits, it being impos. | F¥lly furnished. Apply to L. Weather-| Clerk, St. Lucy, 8.7.50—4n
sible to do so individually | oom “Elreposa"’ Worthing or Phone

¢tomaai a 11.7.50—2n
11.7.5€ nic | NOTICE
CAR—Private Ford Prefect ev ailable
IN MEMORIAM | August to November. Most reusonable Application for one or more vacant
terms, Responsible party Ring St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at Har-

In loving memory of our dear father | Evenings. 5.7 50.—én. | a be Yeu be received by a

HAYWOOD who died on July| “ho e ry up to 4 o’c
Tith jast yeer ¥| FULLY FURNISHED BUNGALOW—| P.m., on Wednesday July 12, 1950
Gone but not forgotten On the seaside, Prospect, St. James Candidates must be the sons of par-

3 bedrooms.

Lauril, Ina, Vera (daughters), Elo2 From Ist August to ap-| ‘fhioners in straitened circumstances and |
(son), Emily Farnum (sister). proved tenant. Not less than 4 months. | Must not be less than (9) nor more than
’ 11.7.50-—In For particulars ring 2759 (15) years of age on 30th June, 1950,

11,7.50—3n | to be proved by a Baptismal Certificate
which must accompany the application.

Forms of application can be obtaines
at the Vestry Clerk’s Office.

By Order E. C. REDMAN,





In loving memory of a faithful wife
end mother Lilian Small, laid to rest
on July 11, 1948.

She lived her Saviour to adore

“GRANDALE,” St. Matthias Gap,
Hastings. Unfurnished, two-storey stone-
wall, 3 bedrooms, ete., garage, servants’

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HARBOUR L0G.

123 Killed
In Colombia
Karthquakes

. @ from page 1

istry of the Interior announced
it was working on a Decree of
National Aid to the stricken area.

President Ospina Perez sent a
message to the Governor saying
the disaster had “affected _me
profoundly” .

Worst hit village according to
the message from the Governor
was Arboledas where 70 people
were killed.

Casualty figures given for other
villages were: Cucitilla: 40 dead
and nearly all houses destroyed.
Barrientos: 3 dead. Quedramonda:
5 dead. Monte Cristo: 5 dead.

From Cucuta, close to
Co’ombia-Venezuela border,
strong tremors were reported
Epicentre of the quake | was

the
21







And meekly all her suffering bore Seal Avaliable August Ist. Ferreira! _ Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry
es loved and all resigned to Goa | 78%! | "Parechiny Buble,
or murmured at His chastening rod ROOMS— Cool & 1 Bridgetown : 50—8:
ah ved al the rest, and peaceful thy| nished, Hastings ete at _ . ani >
eepin Sea Bathing. Dial 4669 SAINT VINCENT
God's way is best and th are ino ; bake se SA
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ois ae ee Aileen, Doris, Enid.| Reach. 3 bedrooms well txtvaae. RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL
: remae, turiel (daughters), John/ electric light, bath and toilet Appréved St. Vincent
terbert (brother), Keziah Herbert) tennent ready for the 15th July, 1950 and
(sister), E, Small (brother-in-law) 11.7.50—In. SUNNY CARIBBEE
Ee 11.7.50—1n on-the-sea Bequia Island

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In loving memory of ANNIE DICK. ful scenery, sea-bathing, fishing, excel
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The deepest impressed on my heart end reservations.





And the tablet so faithful in
must be chill
Ere a line of that image depart

ERROL G. ROOKS,
Box 47,
Saint Vincent.

death

Thou were torn from my side when

FOR SALE
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BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS

—Plaintift
MORTIMER PHIPPS Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order in this

believed to be nearby in Bogota
itself where three light tremors
were felt.

Father Jesus Emilio Ramirez,
Director of the Geophysical In-
stitute in the Colombian Andes
said that the earthquake was the
“most violent of the last twelve
years” and comparable with that
which destroyed villages in North
Caldas and South Antioquia re-
gions in February 1938. There
were four tremors on Saturday
with their epicentre shout 230
miles from Bogota in the region
of Cucitilla and Arboledas. They
were felt throughout Colombia
and in eastern Venezuela.

Colombian Minister Rozas said
that the “villages of Cucutilla,
Arboledas, San Jose de Avila
San Jose de Montana and Carmen
de Nagareth have been half des-
troyed. Salazar, Durania, Muti-



PAGE SEVEN







Weekes Has

| Cartilage Trouble
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Is Persia Threatened
By The Reds?

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ARRIVALS that he will be « > to las ) <
sg ros Cottica under Skipper N. until the tour is Pe Son * PARIS July 10 Government succeeded in 1946 in
nm in. ow he > Conservative eve Ws epre tter $ t

: When I told him I h: heart. r€ vening news repr ittempt at autonomy
ann re D. R under | Pg hte pen ee inate peers ae ones a. a for Azer b iijan ’ Le Monde asked
a DEPARTURES oe the third Test his reply was “ ts ommunist a ac on outh T he situation is then singularly
hooners: “Philip H. Davidson,’ “y vait, Pl show th - orea might be followed by simi- like that of Korea toda Soviet
‘Augustus B. Compton”, “Sunshine ou just wait, PM show them.” [jar action in Persia. troops had withdrawn | ng be-

R", ‘Mary M. Lewis’. | Nevertheless despite his cheer- “It must be admitted that the hind them a Con mun st Gover
ful opamisen, Weekes must be a exposed position of Persia and the ment “whic h the Persian. "Army

In Touch With Barbados |°rried man. He had difficulty in| interventionist traditions of Rus- eliminated with American help

Sta % walking on Saturday and was sia with regard to that country ‘The questio : whethe ;

Coastal tion limping badly as he climbed up make it today a disturbing point pres nt 7 orld “yeh z the fitustion

. Baw anon “a . ae : a oF ; Ph EEOC
CABLE AND WIRELESS (W.L) Lio . the Pavilion steps at Northamp-|{¢ Monde declared, is more nse and more favour-
advise that they can now communicate |*OMshire county ground Eventual attack might take on able to the U.SS.R__ ths four
with the following ships through their Northamptonshire masseurithe appearance of a Communist years ag th t ne tr ( ; a
Barbados Coast Station:— worked on him on Saturday and : i. se cll gp Aen

S.S. Delphic, § S. Vinni, SS. Sun-
dale, S.S. Yvonne, S.S. Pathfinder,
$.S. Benny Skou, S.S. Cristalina, $.S
Sen Gaspar, S.S. Hecuba, 8.38
Sie 2 S. Prospector, This cartilage had apparently
fain ae SS RREEOTE tices. been worrying him for several

Land, S.S. Federal, SS. Sein, S years however and Weekes is
Esso Springfield, S.S. Orinoco, §.§ | Wondering whether it is a legacy , &
Gascogne, S.S. Ariguani, S.S. Hellas.j}of his football playing days. It

revolt supported from the outside. decided to begin its action against
Would General Razamaras’ (Per- Persia and carry it further,” Le
sian Premier's) forces suffice to Monde. added
smother it, as those of the Teheran

again to-day and Weekes told me
this evening that he was feeling
much easier.

~Reuter.














PUBLIC

AUCTION

By Public competition at our Office,
James Street, on Friday, the 14th July,
1950 at 2 p.m 5,984 sq. ft. of land
(vith frontages both on James Street
and Busby's Alley) together with the
buildings thereon the property of the
Est. of Mrs. M. EB. G. Wiles, dec’d.

For further particulars and conditions
of Sale apply to:—

HUTCHINSON & BANFIFLD,
Solicitors; Jamey Street

SALES













UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

I HAVE been instructed to sell by
public competition on the spot on
Thursday 13th July at 2 p.m. the
dwelling-house called ‘‘Mayaro’’ situate
at Rockley, Christ Church The same
consists of open verandah to the front,
Crawing and dining rooms, 2 bedrooms,





kitchenette, toilet and bath. It has a
pine floor throughout, and the roof is
shingled. Same must be sold. For in-
spection apply D'Arcy A Scott,
Magazine Lane. 11.7.50—4n,
REAL ESTATE

—_———_

SHOP AND SHED 21 ft. x 21 ft.
Apply: Jim Gibbs, Holders Hill, St
James 11,7,50—2n

LANL Desirable building site at
Graeme Hall Terrace Dial 3430.

1.7,50—t.f.n

“SANDGATE”, Hastings, standing on
2.940 square feet of land on the seaside
of Hastings Road.

The House contains, drawing and din-
ing room, enclosed gallery on three
sides, two bedrooms with dressing;
rooms, kitchenette, toilet and bath up-
stairs with usual rooms downstairs and

two flights of steps to sea Gas,
Electric and Water.
Inspection

any day by appointment
Phone: No 2868.

The above will be set up for sale ta
public competition at our office on Friday
the 2ist day of July 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Incas Street
11,7.50—10n



HOUSE-One (1) Gable Wail House, |
Shop, Kitchen and out office situated



at Well House, St. Philip together with
a % acre of land. Apply to James
Hunte, Crane, St. Philip

11.7.50-—1n

AT VENTNOR ROCKLEY ABOUT
76,500 sq). feet [building land with
water supply on site. All or part for
sale, Apply Box 44 C/o Advocate Co

11.7.50—In,

“MEVROSE", -—Tth Avenue, Belleville,
3 Bedrooms, Gas in Kitchen, standing

: approximately 9,000 sq. ft. Lawn
east of house Apply on premises or
ring 3252





11.7.50—3n







A qualified NURSE for St Joseph's
Almshouse at a_ salasy of $60.44 per
month. Applications with Certificate to
be forwarded to the rochial Medical



than

Officer, “Ellangowan,"’.not later
Monday, 17th July, 1950,
Any Further Particulars can be ob-

tained from the P.M.O
A. A. B. GILL,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
St. Joseph
8.7.50—Tn

MISCELLANEOUS

Wanted to purchase One



(1) Liquor

Licence. Apply S. E. Cole & Co.,
Ltd. 27 Roebuck St. Dial 4293

7.7 —t.f.n

Persons to listen to ‘Jeffreys Beer

Landy de Montbrun and his artistes, to
be broadcast over Radio ieee

‘ — 9.15 p.m. on 12th July.
eo “s 24.6.50—16 n.

For Rent or Boarding Two (2) Gen-
tlemen Large double Bedroom for the

right Party near to city. Ot toe ;



WANTED TO BUY
OLD SEWING MACHINES, Out of
use, bought here. Mrs. Vaughn, King’s

ild & Probyn Sts
Street or Fairch’ 8.7.50—2n

BS—One (1) Badminton Set. One
iis emeatr Set. One (1) Deck Tennis

sg 1.
Set. Phone 3753—342 11.7.50—3n

PERSONAL





The public are hereby warned agetnat
giving credit to any person or ge Fn
whomsoever in my name as I do: 26
hold myself responsible for anyone
contracting any debt or debts in my
name unless by a written order signed

by me

ry, St. Michael
pre 9.7.50—2n

Sore Mouth

Loose Bloody Teeth

Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and
Loose Teeth mean that you have
Pyorrhea, Trench Mouth or perhaps
yme bad disease that will sooner or
use your teeth to fall out and
also cause Rheumatism and

Trouble. Amosan stops gum







Hea rt
bleeding the first day, ends sore mouth

nd quickly tightens the teeth. Iron
clad guarantee, Amosan must make
your mouth well and save your teeth
or money back on return of empty
pack~ ye. Get Amosan from your chem-

ist today. The
Amosa

guarantee pro-
For Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth

tects you. @

| Moore,

Signed ETHELBERT KNIGH T,

trum specially fitted for the better

carrying of more luggage. Ring R. S.|

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

CAR—One Morris (8) Car in good cgon-
dition. Price reasonable, apply to V. E.
cor. Passage & Baxters Roads

5.7.30—6n.

Singer Sports ROADSTER in excel-

lent condition mileage just over 4,
COLE & CO., Ltd. 71 50 bn

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRIC VULCANISERS — Stenor,
for a perfect vulcanise Job. Also patches
in various sizes. Courtesy Garage Dial
4391. 8.7. 50—3n

———————
REFRIGERATOR. — American Gibson,
in good working order. Can be seen at













W. S. Monroe & Co., Ltd. High Street.
11.7.50—3n
FURNITURE
FURNITURE—One (1) Large Mahog-
any Sideboard, (1) Mahogany Wagon
with Cupboard, (1) Plain Deal Top
Table (3) feet sq.) All in good con-
dition Apply Mrs. Gale, No. 3 Gar-
den Gap, Worthing. Dial 8295.
5.7.50.—4n
LIVESTOCK



MULES—One (1) dozen mules with or
without carts. Apply Ellesmere Plan-
tation, St. George 11.7.50—3n.

MISCEL) ANEOUS

ATTENTION—Just
shipment of Brands Chicken Essence,
fw the Invalid and Convalescent,
Strengthening and nutritious for build-

ing the body up. Obtainable at Knight's
Drug Stores 9.7.50,2n,

received a new

CLOTHING — Lady from Canada
wishes to dispose of Black Velvet and
Crepe dresses slightly worn also variety
of American shoes, sizes 6.AA. Dial
3390. 11.7.50—3n

GUINEA GRASS—At Passage House
Passage Road. D. H. Roach. Telephone
2647. 11,7.50-—3n

ee
GALVANIZE Pipes 1%, and 2 inches
also Galvanize flexible conduit in sizes

linch and 1% inches, Enquire Auto
Ty re Company, Trafalgar Street. Phone
2696 8.7,50-—t.f.n.



er teecnenseineienenareinennnen

MUM-—Stop, Just in time for the hot
weather. Mum in two sizes. A safe
and refreshing deodrant, used by every
one Obtainable at Knight's Drug
Stores 9.7.50—2n.

NEEDLES for your record Player...
et) kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several
‘nousand recordings.

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50—t.f.n

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
nd get, but quick.

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50—t.f.n

PYE LTD. offer the model 99G 6 yplt
aliwave battery radio for Schooners
for those desirous only of listenifig
(not sending). This radio will enable
weather reports transmitted from n
Juan to be heard anywhere in the
Ceribbean. Enquiries to Pye Ltd. P.O.
Box 260. Tel. 3248.

7.1.50.—gn.







PYE LTD. offer Schooner owners the
PYE “DOLPHIN” two way radio tele-
phone, enabling communication th
ways over several hundred miles.
These shipments can be seen in Bar-
bados. Enquiries to PYE LTD., P.O.
Box 260, Bridgetown. Dial or




PYE LTD. have appointed
depots in every island of the Caribbean
to serv.ce Schooner radios, when neces-
sary. Full details from Pye Ltd,, P.O.
Box 260, Bridgetown, Dial 3248.

services| Salary according to qualifications.

Court in the abeve action made on the! zoua,
3rd day of July 1950, I give notice to
all persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumbrance
effecting all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Jacksons in the
parish of Saint Michael in this island
containing by admeasurement two roods
one and one fifth perches or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands
of one Bispham on lands of one Banfield
on lands of one Padmore and on a road
in common ten feet wide leading ty
the public road or however else. the
same may abut and bound to bring
before me an account of their said
claims with their witnesses, documents
and vouchers, to be examined ly me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'dlock in the
efternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the

Charachira, Le Eonjuana.
Rochalema, Pamplinita and Pam-
plona are seriously affected.”
—Keuter.



North Koreans
Prepare Attack

@ from page 1
reported to be thrusting at Taejon
down this “backdoor” corridor east
of a frontal assault. Two northern
regiments were wiped out there
yesterday by South Koreans.

Tokyo headquarters announced

Court House, Bridgetown, before the| that 71 Korean tanks had been
Set eer Saha ane ee) oe veer destroyed and 59 others damaged
suc! mu iy pe anke : ‘ Lae
according to the nature and priority Since June 25. Combined forces
thereof respectively; otherwise «uch | in Korea knocked out 272 trucks
persons will be precluded from the | and damaged 184 and destroyed 56
benefit of the said Decree, and be! locomotives
deprived of all clai a ae
eeetee ts coe nim on or against Allied airforces lost 20
Claimants are also notified that they planes up to to-day not count-

must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day, the 27th day of September 1950, at
10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims
will be ranked

Given under my hand this 3rd day of

ing five Skymasters and one
Australian Mustang reported
missing.

Communists lost 41 planes. Gen-

July 1950. 7 tage eral Stratemeyer said there was no

Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court Come ee aes Russian pilots were
of Appeal. | flying for the Northerners.

11,7.50—3n Americans are using the new fire

bomb napalm. It is a jelly like
substance dropped in special tanks
which explode on impact. In a
broadcast to-day the Korean radio
said that Korean Prime Minister
Kim Tr Sen said that half a million
people had volunteered for the
North Korean forces since the out-



OFFICIAL SALE

BARBADOS,

*
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS

—Plantt} break of wer, The broadcast re-

MORTIMER * va? Fie Deeraent ported by Moscow claimed that all
réby given y

virtue of an Order ef the Assistant Koreans supported the Northern

armies.

General MacArthur has ad-
vised the Defence Department
of the United States that
“great improvement” is indi-

Court of Appeal dated the 3rd day of
July 1950, there Will be set up for’ sale
to the highest bidder at the Office of
the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,



ketween the hours of 12 (noon) and

2 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday,| cated in the holding capabili-
the 29th day of See ee = ties of South Korean troops.

that certain piece or parcel o' lan

situate at Jacksons in the parish of A U.S. Naval spokesman said

that British and American units
were continuing to patrol the east
and west coast of Korea.—Reuter.

Saint Michael in this island containing
by admeasurement two roods one and
one fifth perches or thereabouts abutting
and bounding on lands of one Bisphara
on lands of one Banfield on lands of
one Padmore and on a road in common







ten feet wide leading to the public road NOTICE
or however else the same may abut and
bound and if not then sold the said TENDERS for conveying paupers
property will be set up for sale on] (a) From any part of the Parish to the
every succeeding Friday between the Almshouse.
seme hours until the same is sold for a] (b) From the Almshouse to the General
sum less than £50, 0. 0. Hospital will be received by me up to

Dated this 3rd day of July 1950 July 18th 1950

I. V. GILKEs, W. V. GOODING,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court Parochial Treasurer,
of Appeal St. Philp.

11.7,50—3n. q21.7.50—6n



GOVERNMENT NOTICES



Vacant Post of Draughtsman, P.W.D., Dominica

Applications are invited for the post of Draughtsman in the Pub-
lic Works Department, Dominica. The duties of the post will be the
preparation of plans and working drawings for simple building pro-
jects, from rough sketches. An elementary knowledge of measure-
ments for quantities would be an added qualification.

2. The salary of the post is $1,248 x $96—-$1,738, commencing
The post is pensionable., Leave
will be in accordance with local regulations. Quarters are not pro-
vided.

3. Applications with details of experience, qualifications, recom-

| rendations etc., should be forwarded to reach the Director of Works,

7.1.80,.—4n.
PLASTIC RAIN COATS—In white,
green, pink, blue, maize $4.80 each

The Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street
9.7,50—3n.
——
PRAM—One Baby's Convertible Pram
first class condition. $20.00. Phone
11.7.50—I1n
—————
PLASTIC BELTS—For Ladies and

Children. In assorted Colours only
2%c. each. The Modern Dress Shoppe,
Proad Street. 9.7.50.—3n.



PLASTIC HEAD TIES—A Fine Assort-
ment in pretty Floral Designs 36c. each
The Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street

9.7.50.—3n

PURE SHARK OIL—$7.50 Per gal.
or #4c. for 3 gills. At Westmoreland
Fiantation. St. James

8.7.50—8n





QUARRY—Mar!l and broken soft stone
suitable for building rubble wall. Apply
Ellesmere Plantation, St. George.

11.7. 50—3n .

ee

TOYS—A wonderful assortment of
Small Toys also Mouth Organs ranging
from 24c. upwards. The Modern Dress
Shoppe, Broad Street. 9.7.50—8n









LOST & FOUND





LOST

Outside the Royal Theatre on Satur-
day night one Brown Wallet containing
notes and private papers belonging to
M. E. Fitzpatrick, St. Lawrence Gap

Please notify R. F. Fitzpatrick, Man-~
ning & Co., or Worthing Police Station.
Suitable reward offered

11.7.50—In



Professional Notice
Dr. PRESCOD B. O’NEALE

Begs to inform his friends and Clients

that his Office will be closed from
| Saturday 8th July, re-opens Tuesday Ist
Aug. &.7,.0—6n.

Dominica, not later than 15th July, 1950,



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950, No. 24 whieh will be published in the Official
Gazette of Monday 10th July, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Pilchards-Canned are as follows :—

Wholesale Price



Retail Price







Article (not more than) (not more than)
PILCHARDS— $16.56 per case or
Canned carton of 48x1 Jb.

tins. 38c. per 1 Ib, tin

$9.24 per case or
carton of 48 x %

lb. tins. 2lc. per % Ib. tin.

8th July, 1950. 9.7.50.—2n.

OCTAGONAL BRONZE 3d. COINS

The Acting Colonial Treasurer advises for the information of
the Public that the octagonal bronze 3d. coins will be put into circu-
lation by the Banks shortly, as silver 3d. pieces are no longer minted
by the Royal Mint.

These coins should be readily accepted as they are legal tender,
but, owing to their heavier weight, they should not be generally
mixed with other silver coins deposited with the banks in parcels.
Only one of these coins may be put into a $50 parcel and not more
than two into a $100 parcel. With these two exceptions, these coins
must be deposited separately with the Banks.

A photograph of the coin is reproduced below.



TE Ft Ea






s .
_" Sarello, mare ark SP. P gnd| would be a tragic blow for the ————— ——-- - —— —<——
Soliaiken, $.S. Valognes, S.8, Forsy| West Indies to lose the services of] MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEA- | — =
Zownshend, S.S. Mediterranean, §.8.|Weekes at this stage especially as) "AN? MINE UED., (M.A.N.Z, LINE) |
Sepia, 8.8. Lobos, SS. Tropic, S.S_| Walcott is still feeling tne effects a vee ae Bg DIEPPE” sails
Vikingees S.8. ‘Del Rie ee peck of a strained thigh muscle. Apart] anq. sy sage Mane ie eee fap
ss. Longwood, S.S. Janna, g.s_| {rom the loss of run getting power, | th arriving at Trinidad about July 21st
Mating, S.S. Noreg, S.S. Cnosa, $s {additional strain will be thrown aun “PORT WELLINGTON” | sails
Pitan S-S. Del Mar, §.S. Alcoajon the remainder of the team Melopee alae ay Auman B.W.I. SCHOONER OWN-
ar jwho will not be given so much | sydney mid Manat ereiviee tumiees ERS’ ASSO. (Inc.)
pres ombantnk for resting and to] -beut 9th September.
crown everything, John Goddard,} These vessels have ample space to: Corer
| West Indies skipper, told me to- | °Mtioe, Mere treatm and general cargo
ioe nt he was also feeling unwell. lacing with transhipment at Trin‘dad for Tel. No. 4047
| Some years ago he was struck British Guiana, Barbados, Winasyerst an. > sai =
Po - on the head by a ball and as a | Leeward Islands,
ARRIVALS B.W.LA.L. jresult was subject to dizzy spells RNE:
i Wie et as A. Crossley, Mrs. |Recently those spells have almost pa ag SAR Rh aa
n. ~ %, rrera, Mr. N. Elias.) edt ao Agents, Trinidad.
Miss G Fakoory, Mr. V. Chase, Mr. T fant put to-day rig! we oe DA COSTA & CO, LTD.,
‘ce, A . Stone, Mr. H. Stone ime they re-occurred while God- Agents, Barbados ——— oe
Mr.. F, ‘Thirkell, D. Bourne, K.|dard was t — : == ;

fie “a »
Edwards, E. Crossley, Mr. P. Anton, be vay

Mr. P. Walker, Mrs. M. Hassell, Mr



bed ear





P. Fletcher, Joseph Walter, Mr. Kis. | MOrrow.
teridge, Miss Kitteridge, Mrs. Netto
ior. jgt eaten, Miss O. Roberts, Mr ; .
From ANITIGUA: rivet wun’ ARC. Priests Must
Leslie Corbin, Sir George Seel '

From La QUAIRA: Noel Houk Billi
Sarah Poorman Ellis, Marion J. Eliis
Trene E. Ellis, Lee John, Pablos Ignaci:
Otero, Munoz Luz Otero, Elsa Otero
M. Luz Del Carmen Otero, M. Norma
Oterom, Roberto Ascanio

From JAMAICA; Mr. Lawrence Ban
nister, Mr. Thomas Browne.

From PUERTO RICO: John Hoyo

Sylvia Matthias, Pat Stewart, Jeanett:

all Roman Catholic

Litschige,
From GRENADA; Patrick Mbore. js headec > ib nan ak
Lucille Camissiong, Hugh Popham, is headed by American Monsigno

Vosula Mitchell, Henry Chyne, Margaret
Chyne, Ellis Sealey.
DEP, By B.W.1LA.L

Seoul

Went | corte
and hopes to be fit to-

.
Stay At Posts
VATICAN CITY, July 10,

The Holy See has given orders to

Missionaries

in Korea to remain at their posts

Patrick Byrne who has his seat at

Reuter



me Alcon.



“”
NO, B'dos
ALCOA MUMMER 28th June 14th July
ALCOA SANGER 12th July 25th July
ALCOA ROAMER 26th July lith Aug

SS "BYFJORD”
“TUULUN"

aoth June
ith July

12th July
Bist July







For TRINIDAD: Mr. George John CANADIAN SERVICE

a4 be Saas = Joseph Maingo:, SOUTHBOUND

ae alter Scott, rs. Muriel Stoute, | r

Mr, Henry Thomas, Mrs. Nellie Ross. ° ° Salle Sails Arrives
4 ’ 5 Name of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbados

Moe Tess ME. Harold Jones, Miss She is Wise! “ALCOA PILGRIM" June 26th June 30th July ith

Clifford Sutherland e eee Mr | ALCOA PENNANT” duly 7th July 10th July 2an¢e

Seicheas a eee at: eaeanee ‘ALCOA POINTER" Jury Bist July 24th Aug Sth

. ’ eresa jain, ‘ ‘ALCOA P s" ath t
Norma ‘Henry, Mstr Mervin Mores ; ALCOA POLARI Aug, 4th Aug. 7th Aug. 17th



Mstr, Brian Henry, Miss Doriel Wen
Mr. Warren Bennett, Mrs, Liza Pulver
For ST. LUCIA: Mrs. Georgina
Walwyn, Mrs. Mildred Milne-Marshall,
Mr. Graydon Milne-Marshall, Miss Judy |
Milne-Marshall, Rev. Finbar Ryan, Mr
Grantley Adams, }
For ST. KITTS: Mr. Joseph Astaphan, !















NEW YORK S"RVICR
it was revealed here to-night. The sails Ste
Catholic Church in southern Kore are tsa












PORTHLOUND
Arrives
Barbados

8.8. “ALCOA POLARIS" July 4th For Montreal

These vessels have limitedpassenger aecommiodation,























fn

a a







My. Byahie Lea tee a ee
Apply: DA COSTA & CO, «TD —Canadtan Servive
ROLERT 110M LTD. New York and Guil Service.
° © ini pao rere ees aE: satin
Assize Diary ;
a
Ne ol or. aia PASSAGES TO IRELAND
6 —R. ‘4 c al
No. seas Leslie Redman She has Gas for Cooking Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, Dominica, offer passages to
pice . a per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from Roseau about
ae a Oth June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days,’
No etch o. dada FOR SALE Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children.
Brathwaite CASABLANCA, MAXWELL, vey Sarec -
No. 28—R, vy. Darwin Batson, Christ Chureh aaa
No. 29—R, v. Alfred Lewis. Standing on 87,500 sq. ft. of land Sil cn
masa, Siig eee OO MAPS-—imperial and Politieal Wall Maps of the World,
% THURSDAY 11,7,50—5n THERMOMETERS. kinds
0, 22—R. v. Eric Thomp- . 1
son and Amett Browne ANEROID BAROMBYTER, etc.
a — also — poad
No. 16—R, vy, Wines "as ‘ NOTICE WIRE TRAYS —~ WIRE BASKETS ee
, | ces and many other Office Requisites,
The sale of the house ‘Mayaro”
YWoossecsscsescsesssse0%4| | which was, advertised to ROBERTS & CO, — DIAL, 3301
% % place in this office on the anil a toe
x % July, will take place on the spot > ee
S FURNISH % at Rockley 117,50 SS ES SR SS
x % = ARES =
x % THES COMPLETE LOT OF JOVIAL, NovVeLs
x % BY THORNE SMITH
& a . i
x GAY TODAY % CHEN ES SETS OF TAPS AND DIES -
SE HABLA ESPANOL)
% ° x URIOS, IVORY, TEAK, SANDAL SON'S STAT iar bs
% The Money Saving Way % CUB OR Fro a sauwihe, JOHNSON'S STATIONERY AND HARDWARE
% ‘ ESTRIES, GLOVES, PERFUMES, 7a RE Ee EEE
Morris, Tub Caned and Rush > KAS M === = a tener -<=-
Suites and separate pieces $
Morris Spring and other Cushions , aoe .
$4.50 up— Bedsteads, Cradles, xy LOOP OOOO OAL AE Don t only oil it—GERM it!
Beds, Springs and Lathes—Ward- x 4
robes, Linen Presses, Vanities— 9 7 pean ‘ 7 i "
% (China, Kitchen and Bedroom % Mr. I easant GERM LUBRICAN I LI D.
Cabinets Sideboards, Liquor
Cases, Ice Box—Framed Mirrors YOU CAN HAVE YOUR CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD
up to Full length 50 x 16—Hat, CANES INSURED

Shoe and Towel Racks, $1.00 up
—Roll Top and other Desks, $8.90
up. Folding, Berbice and Easy-
chairs $3.00 up

By applying to

LIMITED



—POOSPPPSPS SPP SO OOS

OSCR

% L. S. WILSON x Marhill Street,
‘“
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WEST INDIES 431—8; NORTHANTS 215—

Christiani Seores 130;

Ramadhin Bowls Well

NORTHAMPTON, July 10
With three wickets to fall Northampton needed 63 russ t
avert the follow-on against the West Indies touring team
here when the second day’s play ended. They wer
215 for seven wickets after the opening pair, Brookes ane
Oldfield had defied six bowlers to put on 110 for the firs
wicket in two hours five minutes.
Ramadhin, the spin be
missed Brooke v for

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ing five four and then
bowled the Aust Tox
Livingston two ri ater for a
duck. Barron joined Oldfield t
put on 63 for he ird ické
before Olcdfield was run out for ar
i active 85
r whi i
ifiel list
breakd
falling for ai
the pinner of } }
Gomez, wh bov re
accuracy for a k I
Jakeman and Nutt t
attack until Joh c
Nutter he ll of
day. Jz n batted 75 minuie
for his ten
The West Indies had declared
lunch for 431 for eight wicke
Christiani completed a fi 18i
3% hours thirty-five minutes a
was then run out, Fe por
ticularly strong in cutt
off driving. He hit thirteen four rer sees gay .
and with hi captain Jo R. CHRISTIANI
Goddard, added 112 for th
wicket. in one over to the boundary, Then
The Play tamadliin and Gomez followed uj
Northamptonshire’ openi iceess. At the close Jakeman
stand between Brookes a oO cugh uncomfortable had
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field vielded 110 run 2 1 ay omer ne
five minutes and then Rar n minut as ten not out
claimed two wickets in three ball ‘
without addition to the total W.E—ist Inuings a
At tea the County with 113 for J b Gariok see
2 was still 318 runs behind, with ® Se ee eee ae
8 wickets to fall K. Trestrail L.b.w. b Nutter 20
The West Indies opening pace R- Christiani run GY a 1
attack was shared by Johnson and §' {i cane oa. s Gee 30
Pierre. Both worked up a fasi C, Williams ¢ Fiddling b Brice 10
ace on the easy pitch but neither H. Johnson not out .
sen was rant led ugh © peg erence 0
finding few scoring chances
Soon Goddard introduced spi: Total (for 8 wkts. decid.) 431
giving Ramadhin the ball. Worrel| BOWLING ANALYSIS
also turned to slow bowling but es a W
the batsmen continued confidently Nutter 3o 5 105 (1
and sent up 50 after 65 minutes nes 7. 2 i :
Six bowlers were eventually Broderick 364-6109 1
tried before the partnership was Garlick 32 ae |
broken. In his second spell Ram , Slice hana Tanings 51
adhin had Brookes the more Oldheld bine emer 85
aggressive partner, Lbow, and = Livingston b Ramadhin 0
two balls later bowled Livinyu vaceps I.b.w. b Gomez 7”
ston, the Australian left-hander. prown. 4 4
Brookes hit five four Brice b R 1
Collapse Pe a
Barron helped Oldtield in a ~
third wicket stand of 63. and ther Total (for 7 wkt 215
Northamptonshire began to col- pan of wickets: 1—110, 2-110, 3 173,
lapse, losing four wickets for & 4—174, 180, 6181, 7-215
runs. BOWLING ANALYSIS
The third wicket partnership “3 + ie y
Was split when Oldfield was run 8 3 16 0
out after an entertair : inning a2 RR 3
He hit 7 fours and on two oco 4 ay ;
sions on drove Ramadhin twice oo ~Reuter,

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STOP BOSSING OUR
SPORT AMATEURS
Why These Petty Restrictions?

By HYLTON CLEAVER
LONDON.
Study the sporting scene today. Dodds, a professional foot-
baller, will probably be suspended for selling the attractions
of Bogota to other British professionals—and for selling
professional footballers to Bogota.
Why shouldn't he? simple rules for match play
Bergman, world champion, has Law-Makers
been suspended for playing tabie The only sports in which sports-
tennis in South Africa without men are free are those over which
asking permission governing bodies are there for the
Why should he ask it? sole purpose of law-making.
In table tennis a man is permit- _ Take rowing The Amateur

ted to charge a fee for his services; Rowing Association organise no
there. is no distinetion between Championships whatsoever. They
amateur and professional, any GO not care whether a Cambridge
more than there is in show-jump- eight goes to race in America at
ing on horseback or in Australian Christmas, or whether a London
cricket, eight races at Antwerp in June

They do not require to be told
who paid the fares or the hotel
bill, neither do they instruct a

Making a Profit?

I accuse the Amateur Athleti sculler to compete at Barnes
Association of suspecting that Wasi when he wishes to compete at
Indian McDonald Baiiey, in choos Chester

ing where he will run and where
he will not, must be making
profit out of it somehow
If this is not what they thir
let them stop suggesting as mu

As a result you have the Univer-
sity Boat Race as an example to
world, and Henley attracting
22 foreign entries next month

Compare Boxing

the

by their behaviour. If it is iet
{helene We, ‘ mae Compare this with amateur
mn canine ‘ boxing,
Then we shall all know where y r
we are, including McDonald A boxing club may hold only
Bailey ; two big nights of entertainment
cer ail . cach season, and needs a licence
How fantastic all this inte:

for each. A boxer may belong only
to two clubs, one of which has a
prior claim to his services

This sert of thing stultifies and
Strangles amateur boxing of the
right sort, because many a univer-
sity boxing Blue or hospital stu-

ference is! Who would dave dictat

to a golfer where he should play
golf next Sunday, or tell a wan

dering cricketer whether he is to
play for the Stoics or the Free
Foresters this week-end?

Surely to goodness _ amateur dent is ready to have a fight when-
sportsmen are “free Governing ever he feels like it—only to be
bodies are not set up to tell us told he must not. ;
when, where and how often to This veto has nothing to do

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LONDON, July 10









The Spc Sub-Committee ol
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t e of the tour at ler

tt Australiat Vis't on
inter have been forced to call
other meeting in crdcr .o select

Ceptalrr

This is due to the f>ct that by)
Norman Yardley and George
Menr have aAeclined invitations
xcnded tt thern Both have

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Friendly Cricket
At Black Rock

viayed at
between a

In a friendly maich
Black Rock yesterday

xeam from Holetown and one from
Belfield, the homesters were dis-
missed for 39 runs. K. Reeve
and H. Greenidge took 23 wickets
each for 5 and 9 runs respectively
In their turn at the wicket, the
visitors collected 103 runs after
being 23 for 6. L. Francis top-
scored With 43, and Reeves got a
hurricane 22. For the homesters,
Weekes, Phipps and Springer tool
2 wickets each and Boyce the
other 2
.
B.C.L. Cricket
Results
In the match between Cane

Vale and Shamrock in the South-
ern division, on Saturday, Sham-
rock were dismissed for 63 runs
J. Clarke scored 34 and C, Aileyne

li, At the close of play, Cane
Vale had scored 64 runs for 4
wickets, at 4!

Bowling for Shamrock, J.

Clarke, C. Mullins and G. Rogers
took 3, 3, and 2 wickets each,
In the Central division, Good-
will losing the toss against. Danes
were sent in to bat and collected
148 runs for 9, when rain stopped

play. Best scores were St. Hill
37, F. Nicholls, H. Downes, P
Walker and G. Miller 20 each
J. Stuart and O. Estwick took %
wickets each.

Other games, Maple vs_ Nor-

wich—Maple 71, Norwich 29 for
4. Romans vs Everton—Romans
111, Everton 29 for 4. Starwich
vs Orange Grove, Starwich vs
Orange Grove—Starwich 127 for
7 (decl) Orange Grove 18 for 2





tion of restriction—the approach
to trade unionism in sport.

Opposite Camps

It can be said to the credit of
the Rugby Union that they do not
say a man may not play for Ox-
ford University, London, the Bar-
barians, Middlesex, and England
in the same season; but they have
a tiresome habit of being terrified
lest any of their disciples should
have anything whatever to do
with a professional or be coached
by him. That puts them in the
completely opposite camp to MCC.
who like Gentlemen and Players
to meet. And they have the
equivalent at golf

As for the two girl athletes who
have been told they will not con-
test another international for Eng-
land for a year, all I can say is
that ¢the very same cursd has
lifted its head here.

The Women’s Amateur
Athletic Association should con-
fine their business to making
rules and providing a selection
committee, They were never
intended to do anything else.

Fundamental Truth
The fundamental truth ts that
sportsmen find their own level. If
a club cricketer makes himself a
nuisance by trying to sell bats at
the bar he is soon banned by any
decent club

If a runner becomes known as
a persistent pot-hunter he need
not be picked to run.

Above all it is no earthly good
uwying to handcuil a sportsman to
a committeeman. To suggest that |
if McDonald Bailey wants to run
in Brussels he must take a}
“manager” is bunkum He is not |
a professional boxer, |

All that damages the traditions
of sportsmanship is bad behaviour |
by sportsmen, whether amateur or |
professional. And that is eradi- |
cated far more quickly by the atti-
tude of other players than by any |
governing body.—L.E.S. |

It Every Time sop 5 to By Jimmy Hatlo | |

"WELL, SUMMER'S HERE NOW! AND o
SO IS CHUMPLEY*:sHE'S STILL WAITING
FOR AN INVITATION TO SHOVE OFF+

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led England to victory in the first Test against

He has now found it im-

possible to captain the England's tezm due to tour Australia this

winter,

Polo Played
In Heavy Mud

THE heavy rains which fell on
the Garrison Savannah on Satur-
day in no way discouraged many
members of the Polo Club who



turned up determined to enjoy
the sport which has been denied
them for many months due to

the crop season and also general
reconditioning of the ground,

Some 24 horses made a very
attractive sight as they lined the
rails in their shining leather and
polished nickle waiting to take
their turn in the grand old game
of speed and skill. Rain delayed
play until 5 p.m. and during the
first chukker it was quickly real-
ised that the ground was too
dangerous for any fast work, so
it was decided to play at a can-
ter.

This precaution however did
not prevent two aecidents which
fortunately were without injury
The most spectacular of these
was when Mr. O. H. Johnson's
sixteen hand Montgomery turned

auickly to follow the ball and
skidded. Down he came with
owner on top, and for about five

seconds horse and rider were
rolling together in mud and water
“Johno” however was quickly on
his feet, and after making sure
that his Montey was also unhurt,
continued the game.

More rain made it impossible
to fill the quota, but it is hoped
that Wednesday will be a sunny
day when players will be able to;
get down to some much needed |
practice. New horses playing this}
season are—John Marsh's BACH-
ELOR’S FOLLY, Mr. Parker’s
TELEPHONE BELL, a string of
imported horses owned by the
Deane brothers, O. H. Johnson’s
RASCAL and three more imported
mounts—two belonging to Herbert
Dowding and one to Major
Skewes-Cox, Philip Maynard is
also plaving on a new horse this
season. A roped off enclosure with
seats just behind the south borde:
line is a great improvement, as
in this way visitors may see the
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BERMUDA, July 8.

In the final game of the tour,
team representing the “Little
Big Four” of Canadian colleges,
St Andrew’s, Upper Canada,
Ridley and Trinity, lost by 128
runs to the Bermuda Cricket
Association XI.

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Bermuda batted first and scored
195 runs. The Collegians lost 7
wickets for 28, but good batting
by I. C. North, Cooper, and
Michael Cox carried the score to
67 before the last wicket fell.
Cox made 19 and Cooper 18.

During the 10 day tour of the
colony, the Collegians’ first team
won two matches and lost twe,
including the above. The Col-

legians’ second XI lost botn
gemes played although in the
match against Warwick Cricket

Club they lost by only one run

The Canada—Bermuda Cup
which the Bermuda _ Cricket
Association has placed in com-
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between the Canadian Colleges
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69 runs for the loss of one

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tour Intermediate games, the
the other to bat on the impai

Atwell Wins

Golf
Trophy

Shirley Atwell withstood a
swetch drive by Bryan Wybrew
and broke the triple tie that re-
sulted in the Beer Mug competi-
tion at the Rockley Golf and
Country Club over the week-end
fhe a@ghteen-hole handicap play
against bogey on Saturday found
‘Atwell, Wybrew and E. J. Petrie



all tied with returns of two
down, and these three met on
Sunday in the play-off.

Atwell took an early lead neve’
being more than one dowr
through the first nine holes

while Wybrew turned three down
and Petrie steadily dropped back
of his two oppdnents. When
Atwell held his position by get-
ting a half at the tenth and
Wybrew lost the hole to bogey
going four down, it appeared as
though the rest was merely rou-
tine.

However, Wybrew was not out
of the running by any means
He halved the next two, won the
thirteenth and fourteenth, putting
him only two down and over the
sume stretch Atwell dropped two
holes, winning only one, so that
they suddenly found themselves
tied with four holes to play. Both
lost the fifteenth with fours, but

f cricket, caused by intermit-
rday, Cable & Wireless scored
wicket in their Intermediate
In each match af the
team which won the toss sent
red wicket.

Cable & Wireless’ total was the
highest in the Intermediate Divi-
sion. Mental Hospital scored 55
for 7 against Y.M.P.C., Wanderer
27, without loss, against Pickwick
and Windward 32 for the loss of
2 wickets against Spartan

The highest individual score in
this division was made by Cabk
& Wireless’ opening batsman B
M. Matthews who is not out after
making a valuable 34

S$. Chandler top-scored with 20
for the Mental Hospital while E
Branker, who got the ball turning
both ways for Y.M.P.C., took 4
wickets for 26 runs after delivering
15 overs.

D. H. Alleyne with 18 and A
G Seale 8, the Wanderers open ng
pair, are both not out. Batting for
Windward, Evelyn's wicket is stil!
intact after he had scored 10

The Scores ;

Y.M.P.C. va, MENTAL HOSPITAL
MENTAL HOSPITAL —ist Innings







(for 7 wkts.) 55
D. C, Bayce run out 2
5S. Chandler ¢ wkt. b Branker 20
R. G. Chase c G. Archer b Branker 2
RK. Roek ¢ wkt. b 1, Burke 9
3. Burrows b Branker ,
£. C, Quintyne Ibw b Archer 3
C, Hope not out 7
©. Best b Branker 3
Â¥. Carter not out 0
Extras 4
Total for wkts
Fall of wickets: 1—9, 2—12, 3—18, 4
23, 5—30, 6—36, 7—53
BOWLING ANALYSIS
°. M R WwW
E. Branker 15 6 26 .
1. Burke 6 1 1 1
G. Archer 5 1 9 1
WANDERERS vs. PICKWICK
WANDERERS— ist Innings
D. H. Alleyne not out 18
A. G. Seale not out 8
Extras 1
Total {for no wkts.) 27
BOWLING ANALYSIS:
Oo M R Ww
R. D, Clarke 5 2 6 0
O. Lashley 9 d 12 0
J. S. Goddard 4 0 8 0

WINDWARD ys, SPARTAN.
WINDWARD—ist Innings

Harford ¢ McComie b Hayne 6

Atwell hit the green on the vain sas a 16
water hole, laid his first putt dead Filner not age” ;
fom thirty feet and Wybrew,
twice in the water, was one hole Total (for 2 wkts,) 32
behind again. EMPIRE vs, CABLE & WIRELESS
CABLE & WIRELESS—Iist Innings
On the seventeenth both ran (for L wkt.) 69
: : R Mc ! ‘
into trouble, Atwell losing a ball 5 eens tan hee be
in the dry pond and Wybrew los- R. A. Lawless not out 12
ing one in the trees. However, Extras Ml
the latter managed to scramble Total (for 1 wkt.) 69
out a six, sinking a good putt, ii bah
and with a stroke got a half on BOWLING me a he
the hole, while Atwell took aim Barker aoe ae
oant * L. Cum 5 5
seven and again they were even. | >: wun pro6 $ ¢
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got tangled up in the trees and ! Sealy . 2 0

bad to play his second shot to the |
fairway rather than to the green

Yet with a pitch and a putt he |
got his four and a half on the
hole. However, Atwell had hit a
fine drive down the middle and a
second to the far edge of the
green and with a stroke at that
hole only had to guard againsi
three-putting.

His first putt from forty feet
ran about four feet past the pin
but he sank the return and car-
ried off the trophy. At the finish
he was three down, Wybrew
four dowr and Petrie way down

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2nd Division
Cricket

JULY ll,











THE al cricket season opened

th rain hich interfered with

n ot the econd = divisi«

nes. Pace bowlers had a diffi-
ult job ta bowl on pitches w

ere r giving them any assis-
ince a were slippery for bot
ba m and bowler In the
najority of matches the rain
hich fell intermittently made th:
utfield heavy and slow and th«
batsmen just had to depend or
snort runs

At the Garrison J Byno

helped the Regiment—a new team
the Second Division—to scor
123 for 8 by knocking up 40 rur
he had three chances
Winning the toss Empire sent ir
the Regiment on a soaked ar
lippery wicket and at 5.30 p.it
heth umpires were forced to sto

ftey
ifter

jay as the rain continued to fal
veavily and continuously

Results of the matches played
were

Empire and Regiment at Garrison

Regiment first Innings 123 fo
(J. Bynoe 40, G. Springer four
ickets for 41 runs)

Leeward and Potice at Posters

103
E

9
20

Leeward innings
K. Thorrington 30, Rev. A
29; E. Denny 2 for

Griffith 2 for 10).
13

first

Si

nd C

mmon

Police for no wickets

Central and Carlion at Central
Central first Innings 123 (D
iting 32; G. Harding 4 for 19 and
G. Gill 2 for 54).

Carlton | for no wicket,

College and Y.MLP.C. at College
Y.M.P.C. 69 for 4 wicket
(Matthews 31 not out, F. Foster

2 for 14).

Foundation and Pickwick
at Foundation
Pickwick
Ashby 6 for 35, D.

first Innings 99. Mr
K Leach 28).
first Innings 31 for
3rowne 18 not out.)

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ACn FOIR I1AKBADOS ADVOCATE II I -I. \\ K I \ ii. ItM BARBADOS &| ADVQGCTE **_.—r —#-.--—t---—i TU. July II. 19541 Your > I ns\ UL YSSES IO\\ IIISkIM the ping-pong .utd kettle In o LONDON i I.I ana .. waterside cafe in the Wesi Indies* Tha performers West Indiana from Trinidad.i steel band witi. rhythm accompaniment. And Btud %  I %  '! Aiix..mtr.. T. .... i ihiN< ilh fhe ouV sinner from Trinidad wsi Ens Hoxcoe. who hit' recenU) returned from New Vork. where he studied modern ballel with the New Dance Oroup, ran a show reoie' 1 In Trinidad rni brothei hai i hai n of s group there now Be < %  plished article lie I..1 month -i.,ri< nn tcchnl .1 calyp1, with the right smounl of absi Ihe piano competsntly. %  no rinsja with like melted born in the niiei English country town ol Dorchi lei Her parentt tmk hn to the West Indie and she n turned later to attend school in London *Nwpoerts the Tottenham football ground." I 1 1 hooting iii the w •-! Indies, and has i>een atk in England onb %  lew weeks So far die i enjoyin* are*) ml of it. and hope.* 1 working with •' %  %  r 1 aben I at . well-known London night dub. Which is shortly re-openini: Then main dlfocultj %  tting their music icored normally they do not havi Ic BDOUI 'in The iteel bend wsi ol i %  %  %  [o us Lord Baldwin, whan be wss In Ike Leeward Islands, wss greeted by one Sheila, who i ihi ping-pong, explained in it the Ides w i when tin' pi Who could not afford to buy iMtruments, discovered thai bg heating old tins, dustbin lids, snd so on, the* could %  •.'' tares Into dlnerenl .ind thus produce mil(rrmn Our l^ndon Correspondent) sat 1 %  M "•' iw""* >-' BvweH maSfH ihi, ...fe .-or h*a4in( My I ••n 1 „.-b.et — I. T.O |M ..l l. U July 3, 1990 HIS Majesty's West Indian subjects have been In ihe minds of a good many ol ifl n•cent!). and while the world at large has been gartoualy worried about the activities .if Mr. Ramadhin and Mr. Valentine and Mr. Walcott. (especially that Mr. Ramadhin), tlie Bow Street court has had a West Indian problem of its own. The name of Bow Street's West Indian problem was Ulysses, though he cut a must unhonterie ligure in the dock. Ulysses is a hullman, whose moustache somehow adds ••' ins pathetic uir. but though he is small and helpless-seeming, he was bin enough rjurlnsj the last war to leave his West Indian home and sail east to join the R.A.F. After the war. Ulysses went home again to the sunny Caribbean, where Calj | sugar i.ine keep life sweet, but, and 1 gunpOM the war was to blame, he could no loogei •etUfl down there, and after a few months he sailed east again and landed in London to look for work A well connected West Indian heir took pity on the young man (for though Ulysses looks older than Father Time on the weather vane at Lord's, he is only 29) and managed to get him a job as a post office clerk He did very well in the job. Ulygggafg health, though, was not gooc, and [ for a time he was invalided from the postal I service. But he picked up and returned to his ]ob. and they were very glad to have such a conscientious worker back. Then Ulysses I was absent from work again. But this time ill health was not directly the cause. He I had been arrested for robbery. For six months the little man was a volun-1 tary patient at the hospital, and then he discharged himself. ! D.V.SCOTT TODAYS SPECIALS ft CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE Tins III l< II l!l ETS M ;:i Tin. 1)1 T< II APPLE SAUCE Tin. IIOM u:\ s IV \TUl lllsi Ills I II. BATHROOM SUPPLIES LOW-DOWN SUITES HIGH-UP SUITES CAST-IRON BOXU W.C. PANS "S" .V r TRAM WHITE LAVATORY SEATS BASINS—22 in. x 16 ins. At 25 in,\ id ins. (with or withe it SINGLE and DOUBLE DRAIN BOARDS and SINKS SINGLE ALUMINUM DRAINBOARDS ALUMINUM SINKS 24 ins. x 16 ms & 30 ins. x 18 Ins. GALVANISE SINKS PORCELAIN SINKS COPPER PIPE inI and FITTINGS WILKINSON AH.WNI.S CO. LTD. succnai ins TO C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. 1)1*1 4172 §J 46S7 m:< KU11II SHIRES. sii-:ii tounos, "Unfortunately, in..mi. "wi ar* stlU extparb %  inu wttn them, be ca use you can* not got sharps or flats, so ihp n.usic sounds a little out of tune." Th.it, t.. ti. : %  %  -.. %  |iarl ..I uM charni Bhella'i | ir i end "( an oU-orurr painted In t"> coloun Her Uuxband played the kattta Esatween them, with an aoeampanimont "i mararcas and drums, the; creditable leniVai lug ol atusiCi Mu ka Mu %  arid Mv Dnrlin;: Tha onVki .i i appeeJIni ii %  i To add to \hv aenera fan raraal i ndei |I %  llan i i i i ). the producei dadded raferenca to nWest Indian vk tory at Lord's. That meant MIIIIC quick thinking t>n Boscoi | itut In Anally produced *nmclhlnjr on tha lliu I %  i i Mdhk .. %  vcrar W ,, I pert .-. von. who I ovei hera studying llteratura L a University, and danoaa Ha was shown how tho POCKET CARTCG; by OSBIiKI LANCASTI K // K vifd to coil a prrtnu I -. '> tuilt a mile n t,-n rvinr id It IIWP CO't ltd, tn on a quarter of u mile m 20 minutes, how soon ar,> n votmg to be <>olh ht motumlett 7 He was free again, but it wasn't so easy to get a job. Ulysses decided to look up his former benefactor and he found that distinguished West Indian just about to leave his office for Paris. "Let me help you with your bags to the station, Sir." Ulysses begged, and he was allowed to undertake this mission. Ulysses's friend was bound for some coni(,t : ferencc in France, so they went to Victoria. in rhythms, anil howl e stress on and there Ulysses was charged with guarding a brief-case while his temporary employer did some telephoning. When the boss cume out of the telephone box he could see no aign either of Ulysses or the brief-case. Two hours later, Ulysses's benefactor, who now had a policeman with him. found the little man. He was hanging about the Continental departure platform, and he still carried the brief-case, but a cheque book that had been inside the case was now in Ulysses's pocket. "He told me he wanted to go to the Continent and wanted to give something to his girl," the policeman told Sir Lawrence Dunne next morning when Ulysses was charged with gtealing the caseSir Lawrence heard out the story, and then remanded Ulysses for more to be found out about him When the remand was up. th.' Chief Magistrate was told that it would be oossible to send Ulvsses home. I .ll.lS I I I. Ill-lit \i. aaaffek ih* wMa weaM wharaear >uu ran. I In %  init uprn dnur lor Ihr n -> ken nun —II. T. STAVION. %  ka aatthh -.ir h not tu the %  areag aleawi II t la oka < ilium titr aettre, ihr hnve. —PATKKK llNK\ llfferent i) Uahls i %  1, Willy Rich> ana dance, lightina." Ami what -'la doslre nile moro prlmlUvi od Boscoe ..i! Dance, i oo taking the p I %  i %  Uy, alneet stopped an '-he proBU nn the place, to sec If she %  ra range, remarked i lent \XV lek Shell* i harm, was i Martinique—one .. ,.TI*I llnI ,-. I a ni %  11 Bekuco, %  .1 by Lord 1 I i U i I ..in%  %  musically, ni in their % %  non %  1 %  i : • %  and En I pa hung %  %  .i • %  %  icarl i ored her I I i Iversio %  tg on Ihe ivinced iw that It I : 1 : %  ihe following I %  %  *: %  %  U\ I nut %  %  i -• l>ul to tune. "You have anything more tusay?" Sir Lawrence asked the little man. "Only that I desire to go home now, bir,' Ulysses said. "Well, all I want to do and all the authorities want to do is to gel you home." Sir I^iwrence said. "I shall sentence you to a term n\ Imprisonment to cover the time until you can be shipped back. You will go to prisnr tor four months. If the sailing is before, then the Home Office will make the necessary arrangements." With %  bit of luck, at about the time thg cricketing West Indians are sailing west ggaln, Ulysses will be sailing too. There will be hot new calypsoes to greet and honour the cricketers, but I doubt if there will be anyone to greet Ulysses, unless there reallv was something in that story about his gtrl Oar II* nthis *•: Ulial Aiivv All ls>l< -ml Ifv HuiiiLHiniiy To in* Editor. The AdvocateSIR,—Owing to the fact that diphtheria and Ivphmd are endemic in Barbedoa anything arhlca might provoke an outbreak a el public import It i-..nn-U eredlble in HUM da> ol Hi ill lecturewhen Ihe public are urged to co-operate m raining tha level of public health, that u authorities themselvei seeking a dumping ground for garbage have selected a newly-built residential area. Thoe who hnve lught building Kites at Brighton Beach, Black Rock and erected their own bungalows have lrn horrifletl 1 find that millions of flies, battening on the rubbish hava niv.nii 1 their spotless homes. Smoke clouds from the smouldering mass, during burnim; operations, have -i-ii T new eurtalna % % %  work and made livlnj Intoltrable '. %  aroma, nay. the stenih of decaying matter Guardians of Public Health Qui* raModlrt anatataaT WHAT ABOUT IT for Short To Ihe £dlIor. The Ad. SIR.—In the report i f tha Standing Closer Asstx. irutiee n ireaaounandod thai %  :. and when. fe" and :h.iughtful ami the nscasssri made I .el it 1Mremembered that we have our hit ai d onb ''' rarsttj and thai ne will brook no loving with nname, which IK The WeM Incaea Unlvai -in Blavarj, Trads, Religion. % %  toriea as west and it M difficult '> understand how .i fi ui-i. %  i Uier than The United St b ol The Weal I Weal [ncHei Its Istroductlon to id know i; to the i w. t indtsi if for no other .tu: OUT appre%  laUon b B/i Indians. Th.'inkun: fOV Sir. f'>r space, I. V. BOVELL LOS ANOFI.rs Btrength at the North Korea Invasion armies thai have neap batow the 3 Parallel Into and around Seoul stems .'.neitl. from the rigid eonirui nulntsbied bj tha Sovlel Mtlltsn at the time and sines our mission Inspected are In May, IM Control "i me area assume i by i v. R .,..ami .i onb aftet i : lered tfsawultlsi we had Intended t • Inspect And the taking of phot . %  . i lion "f Korea banned under penalty ol death The SoVsSt COO I pi Ol dei to involve Ihe mi of a am %  tatsd I provide for Ike welt. i •he pienei %  •{ agricultural %  n u i %  -.' % %  i aed with si program set up i and eriUa % %  'idered undeinm : ttonsn 'i %  Si I %  %  Ifllrl %  Committee, w land reforms aim UMTI Voilli lkoi;in A r HIT H> IDWIS \\. 1WULEY i port from those who bens ted D our at Korea wo u rrom the ares south of sa degress, IIIII wars u men allOWl euntrulled area. THEGAMb0L<3 E ft UH > '^1'" I • w %  L ,ve saw Soviets an I In contact, the KoreanSing "pushed around" in irudc and ruthless fashIon. arty included Martin m imctt as Chief of Staff. Osnsral c;. F Schulgen as Military Advisor. John P. Hurndull as Chief of Staff. Captain I' Fenical as Official Phot and numerous Industrie heroical experts. When wa arrived at Pyongyang an Soviet guards svery1th their ever prssi guna The President n| United Slate., il he had his at St iva^guart asaem' %  time, was never guard11 tnpletely a% were our We were admonished about taking pictures. We told them w I ware not inteicsted in military that The wsi wsi ovi i V I -.ml il wi it would be us lid get in trouble because asme of the guards might be too rce these orders not to OS taken some of ua might opnoatuntty "t rrj we took them. Into the station at Pyongyang after VkdttDg K there were Russians everywhere The trucks which the Russianused were all American lendlease equipment, even the jeep i The '-tommy-guns" were all lend lease. But the railroad is the om> means of transportation In all of Korea, due to the fact that the roads arc unbelievably bad. In this connection 1 want to make | definite observation ebon: Korean transportation, both seonomleslly and milltary-wlee. Korea is enUrcly denendef upon the railroads. There would be no other way for an armv tn progress. The highways are aot sufficient for heavy squlprnent and the terrain Is Impossible The railroads were evidently built >v the Japanese for milltai) We were denied Vlalls to harbour areas Ws WSTS banned Hi"! rn,m> industrial cities Uona Howevei. Wt WSN RKCesSfu] In inspect inn. on the whole, about 60 per cent, of the Installations and industrial plants north of the 3H.>i Parallel, despite restrictions Russia's military was building, improving and not destroying as it had confiscated and dismantled industry in Manchuria. North Korea wss preparing fur conflict. *3&&r+YK '^rnrni It?. i-ir< SALAMI SAUSACiE ROLLED OATS LOOSE TEA BAHLEY PEANUTS CHIVEKS COITEE ESSENI E CANNED APPLES ISIICI| SELECT POWDEKED MILK STEFFANI IIAMSAHSAUE HEI1 CIIEHRIES IN SYRUP PEEK FBEANS TWIOLETS nUTCH APPLE SAUCE I'll II I OB .in 1.00 .. .].-. M .68 mi .41 ill. Iin .90 '.'-llv llll 1.78 .... 1 96 nor ii S7.I2 per Bac of 100 lbs. STAJVSmELB. si Oil A IW. I lit. SMART MEN WEAR [ ..A Small shipment il %  W ol these superb TROUSERS in attractive materials ?nd colours now. n stock. TAILORED BY, -fil)^i SIMPSONS !;.'• OS I A A Co., Lid. DRY GOOD'S DEPT. MAKE FINER Select These%  aan aa. Oarraaav pin I'nini^. Mixed Peel I'ej nuts. ii. lt ..ls ( hrrries. Icim BfSr Almond lein*;. Qru ulaled SuR^r. Anchor Bui ler. Aiifhiir I'owdrred .Milk (Jold II,.i,i Kiim I'r, nun Brand) CAKES anil PUDDINGS i:ni:.\i.s Mull.-U \*,-..|jhK .; .| lr .i \\ rullftl \lirjl. vj lr ritdrd Win,| ana %  (I BwsnSi Trniunls. luinnes* steal Lsrao aadl "•'!>si'iriAi.s ( .pru* Rji-:i. IK, per 11.. I >nru~ Prwtea '-'Ii i-r lb I'irhled Salt Mh, 1' %  per II* i ittni Tnrnlpi CsterTi Cateess* her* i lino ii oni> i HIPS



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n ESDAY, .HIV II, |S0 II Milt Mm-; ADVOCATE PACK Tllfll I Mountain War In Korea WASHINGTON. D. C : >:ate the strategy in war-lorn Horea I the present fihllnK is prolonged Ranges comparable in height virtually ill the country. Granite hilt-up to6,9Mteei foUi the terrain of the United Stetevttonsored Rejml Korea—the Indiana-sized southern three-se'-enths of the S -Jlar land. ram ISO mile* m width, has its drainage abom 15 miles inland mom the eaat shorr %  folWrsi Cuaet the west coaei partly ibine.grd shore tin.' Morntn* .. ft*, : „.. nlitij. w.iU Uu tli t %  %  %  %  %  %  Moun en or torn washed b%  hroB %  %  ml chain %  i %  uns nh -i •, %  %  i . -.rieultura! III mam lira d extensive £7*. "' .;"" J>g> j.; ,,„,i, 'i'1'i..n,. .1 the .iKfii paralicl ii. --"-An..-,,,,,,, military afa. wrs I ,>. wheat, barley, eeeetablei are cultivated in "' dry fr Barrier i . a i i %  progress is the population itscir. South Korea now counts 2D pair, how operating personnel hoi the Japanese, who developed the peninsula from IBOft la Sou-h Korea's highways are POI i ;i handicap for mechanised military equipment Highway bridge* are nVoWlllij inhabitant?, three-fourths ,il them numerous over the mnnv winding M farm *Despite the mountains valley streams hut are often lnal Hue ol cultivation of most washed out t>\ the heavv downot ,ne area, that Is more than puurs of the summer 'monsoon !?** lhl Population of North *eaon • %  live lime-, lhat ot tndjana, comparatively a larming At some lime in the .'indent pe&1 ,>aradlse. IthA high birth rate awell ..a A.ird pointing peninsula down on heavy influx of nfoaan and repatriate*! baa brought South up uu the east, the coast Of (he Korea live million evtr.i mouth* Bea uf Japan As j reeult ol this to reed since the rtari of World tut Korea, although It ff r It— (I.N.S.) (zrchs Hi'iuhi'l With Beetle* %  < : %  to the Mate* Embassy here • ,~>i!cd Trut.rt redo beetle la reply to tht.ilv S In %  %  %  %  %  He i kwakia. Thf Seta Not.mauitaineo the potato bug had been Czechoslovakia by Uu Americans and said it had been that American plane* rrom West Oermany had droppec the bug aver oeohosiovaai. Where It had been found on thi fs of houses, on the I eeta and lanaa The Not* aud that broken bottle* h which the bugn %  The ateond Caach Note proteatMI agednat Illegal nights bv A nencan aircraft over the Cced I %  which the Note Ing the last revrhe Vote nM th;it fl>ing ,,.*„. 1 li " s had been kolet, %  tntnly for a definite purpose" Phe Note asked ,.„ THK STATUE OF Ot;R LADY OF PATIMA earned by the I'rsuline Convent girl rternoon. The huge procession follows up the driveway. number Amerieni old be ed 'f frontier violations b ircraft -j|e r "Our Lady Of Fatima" Smokes Goes To The Convent fc^ Aged 4 A proceavion led by the Statue "I Our Lady ol Patima from Si Patrick's Church to the Ursulme Convent yesterday afternoon left St. Patrick's shortly after 5.30 o'clock, the statue Being carried on the platform by attendants Foui f p| to pla PHILADELPHIA -OW Butchlr BiMMT No! Thank Von NEW YORK A riOUdbUMfl of letters ha U>\ m Vorji .'Mv wni, oAan %  Overcome Manhattan'-, watt) robaNni by aeetai lovenUooi •ingiiig HI cost from a few i-ent S^M.OOO.OOO Fn.m Brazil -tieminny ,md to much to., young from the Bronx to CaUfornJa QM .matches, but th..i unateur rainniahrr. are wnunt Um from enjoying New York's department of wat3 upply. his three cigars daily. Butehie's rTandmn'ih"! Hi Airlviua al the l rtuiine It vent, the -i.iUiwas plarel iutide thr pavilion uu thr lawnv There uu an altar in this pavilion. aUrartivrl) drroraled with tlowers. jnd randies flick WAR ZONE lunM nlotiK Jemmotl'l rrpd iiuklnit tinLane and COllymON Hix-k HRIM soil and br>utiful outDf evitosity wbUeottMn Joined /dim wraryoiM had nwmbted of tlwin an.1 jumrd in llw ainidiu olhcr< on Iho Uwn., Rov. Fr n?o ,JI !" T" """''"' !, h -rid prayers. POtkk Moor,uvr ii vrtVmov'ni V >""'""" h lv, pufflnr •timon. which .,.„. „.,.,.;: ,:,,;',* ".,.*" '""''' '" %  ""•" '" %  I'llUalenln. bom ii..wnlk road and iivulibourlnii hi'iia II., ,T..ndl.dl.. r la a aroal i iimn IWVH ""own Tier lm-h could bo heard over a wnu claari around the h.-uae pndnd >.n,liWaj „ > ore nouae. Qm UMtfm f '".*" f' 1 ""1 li.iii-ii.ilou -w.-ll. when lluu-hle waim '" * %  • I Xrn,oa M h, h ;'he'" .";i'""; ,T cn,w " •* k "•— 5 S T' M % % %  i, hi,%  „„,. "' l"" "'"" nil inoulh • ">" omta lor ,-, S: • n. h v Ch"orV'The',"v';'' O" !" "'"" *>** >" ,,-a, I, Vo.. I.U Mo noU-d lilhled candle. :.. e eve, I, • •'"" l! % '" "'" '"' %  "" ""•""• %  •"''' "'" '" 5I """"" lina then quits dark %  %  '" ** %  II "ould dn. Tin ..fiernnon the Statue will i"' 11 !" ' rial raniauaBi for eiita. bo taken !.. IhChaptl al Verdun '"'" m St John** u. a procession ol it.,,,, eais and buse^ which will leave A R, nw Uraulrna Convanl at approxi\IL S malelv s 00 p „,. One reaidenl ol the Bronj I waa always ronicidercc ii elr.'ri. child To I 1 I triad lo produce some rain nllv and in lean than half an how i ranuni No you vhlcl "Martha" Will Join Treasure Hunt VIENNA. An Australian scientist said o-iav he has been invited to join lie Mike of Argyll', fabulou>r.;iM,i.. hunt with n high-class •wilding rod" that can probe Bl) tW feet beneath the iialready u^ Mated his secret machine at the bottom of Lake Como. in Italy, investigating ihc %  hance that a in i re ol 9 nli Mussolini was loel there The machine—nicknamed "Mar Btgtchle, whose real name u iti Bom LIQUfD a* l£T tO*M Sitntfthhttf Ynu II Yl# .\pprt*rit$t4 QAamADINl in imrrita ureen Puk I.-.I tttU i.me Orgen and While SI..1* per \d. SBANTt'NCl in Blue. Rose Cream, fink . (...1,1 .. MID ,,. vd. IIM ITYLE8 I.AOUS Mil IKS m While. Itl-.k aV ltr n >md. Prices ranclnc from Sll ::<'. I.. •! :: I uln llerK Also imiSSIS si-Mi I ITS SHORTS .. si.Al K-Ft. Hi mcovnu . iMESK smw paWeW/AVaVrtV,',',,',','/.'//,','..,..',./,.,...,','.^.-. CLEMEIfTS INDIAN TONIC An atWeptional Malt Extra weejRte i • ii Indicated in D all nuimuUHng Tonic is ttesire.1 ARRID DEODORANT .Messrs Booker's (B-DOS> Drug Mores Mil. A (lenti in called on Iht ty in-trucl S2SO.tKM).ooo worth o ulpntent wltli which he said h< mlil produce rain \ raaMant of Ohta aiM, 1 i like lo know why you %  ha reported, don't drop an .Mom bomb aver 1 fort) Ni'le. .iw.r. from % %  'ut form chant atei t< run through Another |enlug aske.t why ot lurr New Yon art of Venire bv constnirtinp i the street lo nt.ii Ire > rain in .'.;',:•.:•.;• s. ,*.*.**-----*-*.*.'To eoch of the letter* tlu %  tartmenl raplhl Ith i I NS Rice Growers i Prom l'ae 1 11 Ihould Inwithdr.. further conalderatlon (Si in vie nf undoubted appointed to ,, ,. Fran* Windinvestigate and report on the U * A Fight On Against Communism In The East From Our London Correspondent U.K. Did Not Send Note To France LONDON. Julv 4 Dtjubl a,s to the wisdom ol employing simply the economic weapon-, to save South Last Asia and Other territories, from Communism is expressed by Elspeth Huxlev. the willknown writer on Colomul afTairs. In a special article on The %  lie unwise Bv SVLVAIN MANGIiOT ie ol Iho monthly agadtini, • entury,** aexl de bt %  . <-"*• OpmeOtl throughout Asia and Symbol* of iiulhonty and i N'hile the t.onhood should emerge. The ITd of living of the few In may be advanced economic aid such %  It red planned the aim of a higher ..: i %  : %  %  [s not feasible. First things to l>e oiona ' raise Baatern I .in' "to grow more food of all •,I ; ,!Mmore timber for iuei and housing, and to leach defaradve it mUlkona Of people the elements !"fL.a !" : hygiene,*' and that next month Windbreechtinger BBld his contract .'.ith the Argyll* will t;ik him lo the general area where the ship supposedly h;i the bottom of the SOH for 300 veara. ever Since it was said to have .K whUa carrying gifti from King Charica I "it probably is covered frith many feet of dirt by now." he •mid "That's why they have been unable to find it M-. Martha win succeed where radai ha aid i %  eontraet promises 0 per cent nf the tc %  ..m which the Arnviibelleva \<> i" about SM.000.000 Windhrechtinger plans to lowei his device—the details of whtc'i are secret— to withm 12 real Ot the ocean floor Re *>• least 12 feet of dirt BOH vi el with Martha's %  %  Kciu to elucidate Uv to chat exaei location of not BrtUah suggeatlon thai Russia ui> the ship, but the gold and "i. %  .. ,i., ~<^ should i hrei h snl an well. ituef-a hv i,.'. North Kon % %  ,. ff success! ..Id he U going rather than tin ent mi )f managers, ken from vai Britain have to study %  :•.;' fcjWjfi i. uTA'JZJSitSSEff th S? b -" e Martha will have "real >uccess" would make for betti r organisein the search Tor the Spanish tlon and running of the industry galleon loportodly sunk off the with emphasis on the betterment. Scotland with mllliona of of the lot of actual producers and 1 % %  %  %  n rtehes (3i Tnat the Seeretarj of State He expect* to leave for SroUand be h formed by i able thnxigh ills thi Governor of the Kxi. ile gaaai among rice producers (II Th.il copla Of thi i %  [ % %  lenc) the Qovernor for hi Inferiber lean id .isited the production they have how that Britain could with advantage adopt much of the American wav of production. But. as Francis Williams points out in a BBC talk next Sat. unlay, not al' of it Me reminds listeners that American Industry has been built to fulul two re' %  ; ,'' MUireiii.-nl-. in., .. | u.i.,, tion '.li.it I isfaction w||1 tbBorb J Krtlii |(ody <|f un skilled and semi-skilled immigrant labour, and mam consumption lhat will speed the Ameriinis.ili. f .. v.ini'i of r... i,-.l ii'-i-iMi rn airaTouj • %  An industry orgai .ra r at. a. It.cL.i r %  I State. rily LONDON. Job lu A Foreign Oftu. Spoki night denied there was anything to luatlfy reports tb.it Bell I on. "we should sent ,1 t BB Fun.. inok to ii K ,: "' '' |l she Intends to make ted by the whip nioi atoaoow for ending the "Koi "We mUSt %  : %  II l: J T" • ;,ly implanted in the llu British Or! the i lombo ind Bast %  "" l"* 0 ** tructive and n '' : '"" to '' "* "'' ll i veiua ertthln the Independent ''"','" : %  %  I %  the Ruastan demand | as ol the %  ,vvek M % %  II 1.11tl.ll -II 111 III" i^iili TC _a j. ., la.-a III.*' .1 aiMI U H 1 .,• .(ICli %  > ,, J ( •, %  "---H M .lUL-ations the urgent country gad not merely ihcmf f, 8 '. 1 '* ,imM '" ced lor . neral ol I Kalians iij~ stresigthi %  belief thai the Untied Nations lacs decisive crisis next si b u-r when the Security Council I succc'sor t %  ay He will look for another $400,000.000 i.. wealth reputed|\ Walting for Manha etaewhere in tl< i NJ The W eather TO l\V sun Rieeei MS m Sun SeU: U.'J5 pin Mow (New) July 15 Meriting: 70 p m. uiih eTaien if i* .. m i M p.m ntlEKOAl I. not.!; lining .21 in ratal lor .Month to >cslcrda> Kl be, l<-oi|n-iaturr 'Maul 84 5 f I 'mi" rjtlil.iMIn > 33.S' I Mind Btreetlen is a.m.) t: I %  Hmd feaaatt hour Itinimelrr: (Mam i:i p m i l not M miles per III ', :i on meite lines i the Ideal answer of an older s*xiet>. where many (kills would have to bs unlearned if their owners were '" (it into thi machine This la nn u.teresting p>ilnt of view and you can iii.ii it • iboratad in the talk whuh vas originally broadcast in the BBC's Tl..rd Programme and will !>.repeated for overseas listeners' at ft 30 pm on Saturday 15th July. '<'urilibean Vokea' 1 .fitly IfM Ufa \\Y. Oil KH SAIL S< IS.SOKS i nmcenn KII.IS SII.W IN<; um sin KA/ORS CAM. IN TO-DAY AT COLLINS" DRUG STORES Hrn.i.1 .mil Tudor Streets \li RIVALS I MI'S in While. Hrown IHack %  i CHILDREN i MMES and MEN Price*.: 7-W.. Uc.. $1.15 and $1,211 CANVAS sums it lit LADIES: While. Illtie. BeifO nl ftM A i 11 i'i' mX SWIMMING INtM and RINGS at SUH SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD rj .., ... 16th July. Sovtae %  I tor] bj K.igjr I Trinidad P re a enrlmei I tne/ K Sthlry. of Jan itard July, A Matter of Values 1 of O M Howard of Jamaica Shouii r§ • %  ,i n. ta by Seepemad Naipiil of Trinidad 30th Jni ,-7*i. Champ i or' %  • %  I i Hugh Blackinan of i kul The Affair .,/ the Afi-ae,!, Dfamd %  i by Jack J Gori;/////,'^VX^V/VVW/rtV/,V,',',',','/i-,'/,-.. ,','.' ,'*'*'-*V#.'.'.*-**'V*****-*,'.****'*'-*-VOO<'.ENJOY THE FINEST! etgn nations should pose .,s the hampion ol nationalism, while i Power, which, during the same lad, has freely and willingly complete independence it ell lies should %  .-here British withdrawal i be stigmatised as an op %  take place v on Russia and out enough to gwtni the emergent We had failed to make tt..,-... %  In Hie case of a deadlock %  fie Uniteil Nations as a meetir %  t boti. Commuruv; n i on-Communist powers appea to be Threatened with p —Reuter jtion into the uian sun. II %  H'duntly as another the iu the arii revolve The an | :,ppeal ol %  • % %  -. I of a no" It akinq far more wbtli nd peyeholog; l\o Headway LONDON. July 10. i H Listers' Deputies netotlatlnc the Austrian state treatv one ol htetory to-day adjourned until September Economic de~> without making any furthe \< i H iixlst the struggle vel | ; %  .,rge Zaraubir Soviet The main >s a brittle weapon i.iiit would Deputy '-'-*-'-*.'.*.'-'-'-'-*-*>.*.:*s.::::::::'.' %  *.*-*.'.*-'•*-'•' '-'-' %  Wm. FOGARTY LTD. (Inc. in British tiuianaj FJectrkal Deft *-'-'-'. •,',•.•*'.***,**;*, .''-'-'-*-'-*. -.C"-'-'. aeghaXisjact j •,•*'.:',','.;;*,*ss.',:>.; -THI agtmSR MAKV klrLNTEK BRANDRS (U.) HADIOS Kor bfrttaV Keieptn.ii <|in.litv in l.n. and Stnl.ilitv. TIN. QUEEN ELIZABETH" end now Britain's new 3l.no" ions (AKOM.V Are all fitted VMII. the K It PHHH. Mil) todJiy ii "What's iix.vi nuuRh for thr in the Wot %  We are always willing lo five a demonstration Let vniir own f.ir he the (iul;;e. all now at WILLIAM FOGARTY LIMITFI).



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PAOB SIX RAIiDADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JBLY 11. M II FOR MORE AND FETTER BREAD HARVEST QUEEN FLOUR is back again — ALSO 'GOLDEN CRUST "E" GRADE FLOUR Supplied throughout the war by LAKE of the WOODS MILLING Co., Ltd. n DANISH .< m > i MIXF: ( MIVIJ1S .IFETFOOT I'Rl'IT fsnuw & MINM ITO FOODS GROUND BLACK n PI'l i: l4ih Powdered l\ h,.t. Milk •.Ikon's While Knlled Oat* Kraft I'M -,,.,,,j MuaUrd < In.-... v. ,il, M.„ .,,,,„; Jelly %  Flavouring fcssrnee Molr'. ( .i-i.ni powder 34< oi Cha.te \ ,1,1.,.,,, coffer l y ( MM /(VVV /( V-*,*,*-',v-'-*----***',-->',v>Vd Keep Fowf BICYCLE In Fine Trim!! We are offering the following DUNLOP ACCESSORIES BRAKE BLOCKS MID FLAPS TYRE LEVERS HAND GRITS I'EDAL RUBBERS SADDLES RIM TAPES PATCH STRIPS 26" s 3" READIFIX PATCHES LOW; AND MIDGET OITFTTS VALVE u mil i: LARGE AND SMALL SOLUTION PUMPS PI MP WASHERS CHROME-PLATED RIMS ROADSTER COVERS ANL TUBES aX I|RACING COVERS AND TUBES 2% I|4( ARRIER COVERS AND TUBES !I !>.SPECIAL PRICES TO DEALERS I ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET DIAL 4 20 9




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TUESDAY. JULY II. ls being on a "housekeeping" l in spending 01 lies Thi dMcrlptlon WM an apt one, roV thi Ihe mnp huusektvper and brwi.lwiim.-r hu to lit i if he wants to keep on the right sld ..: the Pettj Debl Court, or the Court of Appeal. %  — Ls4 Wall Going Up In Rear Of Boys'Club P.-WF I l\ l tirouma were bu. y y •* terday erecting a wall at th rear of the building which houses the Bay Street Boys* Club. A *ign board with the name of the Club ii placed at the front of the building and Inside ha* been painted and a few alterations made Thi, Club If the Oral of what might be a chain of Clubs to be opened by the Barbados r olive Force for the purpose of keeping boy* off the rtraail The Commissioner of PoMta said that he hopes to be able to . a consideration the fat: that apart from the It*) -l lamed from the groicry. his wife will reed cah non* for the things like fresh frur vegetables. Ufa and fa %  • %  Meat—Hi H Much ? How often can h> meat, and how much of it can h" buy? Two peunea pai a bun twice ;. week would be good guess. Sundays and WeossM days are thifavourlb perhaps he can either get som fish on another day of the week or take rtsh on one of the dav* earmarked for meat. Taking the prevailing prices of meat and Ush he would at this rate spend about $4 64 out of the budget of $50 on these items, spending aconomlcolly, the housewife might be I make $5 do for Ifeggteble | fruit, which also form part of the food budget Also Included is oil or other fuel fcr cooking. Few men with this salary would cook by electricity, although some or them might use gas if they were in an area serve.I I the Gas Company Next in importance, it MA equally important, is somewhere to live If he aeaa nut have the good lotlune to own a house of his own he will probably pay at th must $20 rent per month, and When ldues tli.it. $T0 i* gOM limn his salary Goodbye to 581 For a family of four lh. laundry bill is not likely to be mucfl less than $8 a month, and Lie Electric Company will claim about $3 for lighting, if he is charged at the rate of 16 centl a unit pit over-charge. Tnat makes $81 accounted for. Transportation to and from work must also lie taken into account, and depending on the distance from place of work, and supposing that he has to use the bus. this can easily run to $5 All work and no play will make Jack a dull boy, so something must bo Uken out for entertainment Two theatre shows a month would average nearly $1. Many men join what are locally known as "meet inn turns" so as to put some vasn aside for a couple of months und then draw it in a lump sum That Is often used to provide clothing, or may be it payj Johnny's school lees. $2 a month may lie thus put aside. Now there is just $B left, and apart from the'meeting turn' there has been nothing saved for the proverbial rainy day. A ban is a "must" at least once a month. and that will cost 36 cents on tha average. Now He Tears His Hair There is pocket money for the %  %  4Polieewomen \\ ere Sworn In Yesterday THI B foul w< moo wl %  ioc.il brai Olga Ci. i I mm It %¡ morning and bf P ( ;.:u Babb, !' c klnson and P <' 386 N The} wei rM a. %  ca cent during trai Ii irlk i in] tl. What %  a tunic. than that worn by the men. and j a bim torea sklri %  wild the "AdI K. T | I II. E. Opens New Museum Gallery and Hist.ii ica itiona] and cultural inatitutlon >i . varj %  MI i patiaon with tl %  It. in n in tiea, lliExcellent d the op< .-it's Museun %  ternoon IdExt el the Sock e Museui ind the Social •ii.l. Tin | i Ik • %  %  will live in ban met A i men recruitt thai recently i the Trai' %  OUSll was a dm Ii I %  %  I i %  ii ..* ..imuM tiuv ID in a *car> atcu thai Mr Mark Wui. Ikea Qovi nui gaaaed UM The apenli Hi in I., in... IM itanbag „i utr i. i Museum. r .1 „m i ...I.--.!, t mi in. I,I the development of the Iffsu 1 • llllltM Oalton galkiTi Jiitl^rs Slrikt* Out 'IVaffif Case A decision of Mr W A Mi per, Poliee Hag) fasta Of D i %  v" waa i. %  Mr. j W. I'. Chanarj H A Vaughan, Judaaa of tiie A-M.SI. nit Comt of Appaal. Mi H per had Onod John i' SUva %  i Weiitnaton Street iz whan ha bad found bun guilty of havtop the i M i3iT befon Thickets Road, St Philip. Their Honour ; %  : %  %  %  •In' . i %  . I i t V I abla for Its i Bonarluibw r*roj i i 'i ink %  %  • ,. ndirii: thai %  %  ''"ii of mu '.. tn fact %  %  %  %  l I do not think % %  t bould allow %  %  without convej him the %  . | %  i know, during %  %  %  %  %  %  what thai ] reel thai i %  is marking the i With the appointment of Mr %  CoiUMtl I am COOBdent that our |)^'ogre^s .nil be rapid, end if %  to Ihll i' held heni• we %  bould hive matil to i" .-ii I am qultl lura !'-' th.it this viii have beoor n o ..I Importance to u tl (leveli. Hi-. BxceUenc) .L-I> mu. hi aing bare %  ini!.illerv wa all know what %  wrj box working .i in i bntloui %  ... to him laken In in bar %  nd hollI •. ellenc) to open *i.iilei> tlpriied %  lapi k ''. dlen ind !. I He then addressed the %  udlenci .', %  ... | ... . nor finds I I .' %  lak< gri ii care to pKpn ed %  function I hiiilaken a srral % %  ifa i -. in the Iniirnal al the BeeM) l>< i .ii" ll,< lirsl niihlii i • ^ abaai Baataaee wo.. ' 'I "I Ihe llarhailm Museum and Mist M s n t^lilrh Bfa I.dm Ma-l'herM.n l-n.k i.il, hi:n from here la Nlgefla IVhei I Mie herr I found ill I hi Oevcrnei i efflea a aantbei < IM.IIIIII nd r. uhidi I read IIM %  lawHedL and i also bag lb apparliniHi •>! eearar i eonn KB I Wf I'H' 'la ..in .i of thi %  t II the Institution the Journal i am %  i % %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  i II I %  .' ; aalthli Rebuild Calk ee tha furthai i in m tin d i wish i could 1 II I in | lo i fir.,MI %  %  I.I %  -.. i i. I S... i.t : |d mentloi %  Vfer. W.L Conference In November SAYS SIR GEORGE SEEL rk of ni Cartbbeai i i %  %  %  \d.,i. .{ % %  Sir i. ii'turnei ng >l Ih< . He tasd thai tth I %  ... draw attention to ttUni need to U' done, but I that there is a general advantage le Ingained from the WOffe i pooling 'in' • i. %  on the .i '.! %  I u m lochni%  %  SurtCMiil i -.,.,! that %  %  rue waa a vei %  art iin h tinCon i .ii making urn cal aerialanaa taanar tha Unitei Btabai piasMmrae *hn-h wa • • Truana H %  reauU Ihew %  Mil be under eai l) D the next le months He said thai Ihe ne\l U e. Indian CM fire nee wM He ball m < ui.i.i.1 HI Navaaabaa u sh.iuld be van helpful i i eaaMsag the agneaMaral grab lem* ol this area to lr dl-*'--''''.--'-'-'-•----.-.--•-'--.---,-.---*-*At in and el the Conlerenn at Martmniuo Sir ilhis tlrst visit to Tottoll ttl ITM Hrtttsh Virgin lalanda i tO get a pIctUH reononu ol tn* Utal the prim jp of livelihood Ii stock i ind tha agricultural dei an Inare ki andaai ourlng ti i %  tha qaallt) of ihr -ine^ I Mln nh I line At 11M preaent moment, ti %  re having %  difficult time becauai Hi n i' %  Inctpal marfcel B I | UK dispute in St %  bout ihe % %  irn %  • *\ I'o.iiiy losed at the moment, .uui DM \ ire unabla t* dl i ihab eatt'e He hop aa thai dUBeully ii' be lolved fatrl] KMN I foi Mi rrarnpton. tha Agricultural Advkan kC i A w ami Mr. Gordon, the I i mbei i" dlaeuai tha am oral ..ti I. ultural and t i i,, ( Uon problemi a Ith Mr Crulck %  hank the ( n f thi I landi 1 I % %  Barbadm a aoent i eoupk I 11 . He ild that thi 1 %  Barbed I I I irtune ol I I..r %  I P|ll V i tool ad %  H be rark an til uti ihi | t expect to finish until N. ptambai The atari I d i o\ h i id by the wider front -Inke and thai ire verj mui h behind hand AROUND mi: WA TERFKONT < Mia thousand, I a hum i I I.I. bagi ol rice wen to II %  reaterdaj % % %  %  i mklyn i R ..... .';.... D | I .i *h wallaba pot I %  cart n uk t arl truck* n.iii\i! t i Bra loaih i i. %  I H ' I IhO ongl-.tlr.il mi tin %  One labourei while loading i lh i 11 ... tuti i ...... the gro ind Inohce iway from hi right r--.t i % %  %  ..i %  %  i, .:.,,, ,. %  . %  i tr dl I u |ji %  lh YOU'LL WELCOME THESE !l 1 iaaa M.in.f.in* Mnr.itI I iNaaal Mirror. l.j.lus (nl*sh Curler* lutiilr Nippers toe-nail Clippers N.UI %  abaan Nail lile* ami Tweeters .*--.'-*-*.-. : %  .-, STORES Oiilv ONE bicycle a> in (lit* world carries this mark of perfection a *-> Th* HurWfi uaJc.iuik k your (iiiuurof laiuse quslily. An* •ppvari'i.r saJ unnvilkd wrcafik ; r.r World's Uadlagqualilr t-i.yclf amM ihn maiK of daiiDCiion. Threatened To Kill? Bound Over ERON CRAWFORD of the Ivy. St. Muh.iel. was yesterday l>ut on a bond to keep the peace W thi^e month) b] Mi J W B Chetiery and Mr H A \ aughan. Judges of the Aaafartanl court of Appeal Their Honours found him guilty of having tlueatened to kill Agatha imi on May 19 In ordering Crewfot the bond. Their Honours confirmed a decision of Mr C B Griffith. City Police Magistral* Crawfor.i wag also ordered tn pay I 1 appeal eoata. The offenrc Oceurri Crawford heard that II U bad btla sister He held Kill by her thront and said he wouM MIL bar The Court told him that he should not take the I own hands What's on Today Court of Grand Sen-don* at UN ia Meetlns House of Aembly at 3 00 p an Mobile Cinema. I otUe Plantation Yard. M I.force il : '" I' m kids, and pOCkel money for the wife anil ditto tor the husband If he Is a smoker it Is worse and if he likes to ^treat the boys on occasions, you can Imagine hin month after month tearing his hai i desperation — figuratively of urae, bc.ause if he did it Dter ally, it would perhaps save thbarber*! expense. Managing a budget on sued a salary calls for skill and all for creditors who will nut aand you a blue paper if you mis? paying a bill for a month or two Juet the same this kind <>f ctad iK-rhaps the best for a man e/fih a small salary be t II kept on the toes. It would navai d months rent or grocer] overtake him. Now the man who rates |150 a month is In a better position, if he does not let the sound of his salary go to his head. Tmi % %  rl a little bettor, live in •> I better, or at least a more rxpen sive house etc.. hut he will have [to keen within certain limit*. .1 ihe wants to save any D He will he able to gOO i. i ihe puipoaai ol depositiiu' .... la hi his rhildren's rduratlo-i. and can • the hlr • purchase system Hi about getting a house < (on the seme system. The same position. Just a littt 'magnified, obtains for the two ; riundred-a-monther It is not plain sailing to—day if you want lo rid' 1 safely over the :hnt are always ahead HIS RXCEl 1 ENI i Ml GOVI I I COURT SHORTS Two day re ><>uii(slers were ycter; Walwyn when thi charges of breejJrJng u Ing a 'hop with intent to commit I'or wurklntt ilv II'. %  %  H A 'H 4 ,1. I-eon Taylnr atku %  %  taring the dwelling I I Road %  I Z pens %  C ii nf ari I %  Ha ib G it On %  |rai oad, or J Another M %  I lurk Street, for the I.,. 1 The case era Talma (.r. title i I %  Brewster of Peti %  i %  perl i . i 19. 7s II Beeearlj i M I reav-eM H %  %  i \ %  %  i • i UK rrei I III ho | %  i WTalei col ot.d b Carrl I %  well kni end drawings. I have I porary


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v.xc.r TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. Jll-V II. ItSO Qahib Calling H m EXCELLENCY • r opened th N. •I ihe Barbados Museum yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock He *M aceornpanied by Mrs. Savage and his Pi Cap! W Lambert An Exhibition ol Pi Wesi Indie* was on VH a *• other very interestinc ur. TIM bnlbltion srll .• COVER GIRL -ITi ntetnl i • John W 11 D I .J F 11, v IIIPree., %  cfl B i (PTtatdssntj ii H Chenerv. H )er. Mr I> A Wi Went. Mr I M Ml H Clarke Others u>< hided Ml Myrlnic Lady Hut* Chandler. Mr and Mil • %  id Miss Betty Arne S IR GEORGE SEEL. K ( M <, menl and Welfare In I Indies, will he lvavi.ii; Inn by B. G. Airways foi Dornin Id on his first visit to tl I He expects lo return i With Barclay! Bank n M R AND MRS Will w. M>IWiIliam and their four children left last night by the (ianeerne for England. Mr. Mi William, who IK with Barclay Bank here. has l>een in Barbad"for about three and • half peart They hope to siicnri moat of • %  i Jidaj in I.IVI-I expat *. to M returnlnj do* at the termination of lm Henry Wilcoxon's Fathi er *. WILCOXON, who %  ten |i"idlnR a hull clav in Barbados left last niiiht b) U* Q lacogne" for England, Mi WUemoDa whose son is the well known aim atai Henrj Wilcoxo.. is uoliiK to visit his sister In Been. Mill. Sussex Litei he will he Roinj; mi i" California to vim hiRM DM Girl Perfect Pass T HIS LITTLE Story illustrates Ihe dellnhlful -.use of humour prevalent among the WiM Indies' cricket team The incident oeeuried shortly aftei evel ,1 i:i..:n footballers had packed their hatto KO and play for clubs in South America. It was the last day at the second Test The West lad fielders, lo snap Cfl -. Ai %  ID, DOW aTll! of i Jean N.xulcaco. ' -.pep-air i Enbank1 I %  d In .me of the most in ami i fluent Fes an its seem to & 4. Anderson deterlh (111 this gap. She ks i i < >ika nine houi.-s a da} i—*.* t lW f„, ssrsta Formed 28 Year! Ago rpBl Barbados Choral Society i fonnad 28 years K' were ready under the ConduetOTlhip of Mi half-opportunity 0M Hudson, lion A.R.C.M which would Bpaed then victory nd has always aimed ,d „ lu,.< „r the taguah bau%  J*f"J o( Chor "> Music. Tl .f Chrtsl •*" wini( to th „, ,.„ jloriiinal founder members laavui Suddenly men pluyed au uppisr gtroki tiani thi.e might l* a chance of eaten Chrntuanl bouodad forward H 'nice, however) and the ball pitched short. canaanad ofl hlg knee cop. and WJU (livened %  traiiiht arrow to Worrell — the perfect pass i 1.1 b DM more and more dlfliManager of Alston*! VIEIRA, Manager . %  i da ijditcl a M he expects to L-in England uni.l jj.itei the Winter t Wu Visiting Her Son M its K M ROBINSON, wl i hah been visiting her so i %  n and his wife, has been he. • .A foi a louple of months' holiM i rdghl she left by th" j .. iii^ lo log (.land ^ Mr Robtnaan Ii ID the Agricm Ltural Department here. 'j Attended Trinidad Races M R TREVOR GALE. Advtf Using Manager of the H AdTO QMaV" Co. Ltd., returned yestci daj asornlng bj IIWI.A He ws III Ti undid foi the last few davReturning Home 1 EAVING last night by the "Gascogne" for Engla ii was Mr and Mrs. Ralph (row. and their two children. Mi. CrOWO who wa the Architect anil Planning Officer of the Barbados Government, has jusi completi i is ihrea yaai contract and %  lurnini home. lo be Married on Saturao, M R (LIVE SiMMONDS %  rrtved by the XotUca' i terday morning from Engl.m i viii 11 married on Saturday, Juii 18, In ML*A Brenda Hayne. at St Church in lUStlngl Mi Simmonds.is I laeturci the University of Durham and 1" tures mi Chemical Engineering a King's College. Newcastle 00 Tyne On Leave I 'l %  jOUDON .ast weak ware Mr Rrrol Gate, son of Ihe Managing Director o' the Advacale Co. Ud and MrG.ile. an I h is wile Ruth. They US 0S1 aMVS rroni Nlgarla, whara Srrol is in the Agricultural Sarvtss tnair il-month-otd ton, TlmoUiy, t %  > are staying with Rulh's ( arents in Wales, and are planalfl| a motoring tour to the '•' %  %  |aP^^ftju^^^H>V. nMaaa^ "XEQP ataT In^iH i C ML ii K> V-rsai i H!Pl a^stJA.j ii u'lfli a cameitiu I douMfl -laronfi loi I .i >/ prrro! flfss. 15. u?or i."n*l atuhi club. up In r o* B.B.f. Radio Pro^ramm^ feaasst, •< >> •• %  %  %  IM • slew AJIMIW. 1 11 *m Jlnr K>rr rblDk m Th Thmi; J 44 %  in. 0*nMU> SpMXUM. 100 -m ritxn Ihr T.Ulorl*ki. SIS %  "> PfofrimiM r*rm*t. I 1> km. BBC NMShmCOrvnaaUa. IOT am Clow D.n. 11 • %  rvn TlwMaa Men Analyii-. II 15 P v Rupert and iilran<2a—38__ II i lU-li.. ThlrN m TT l>m m llo-t* N" 1 • li p-i T %  %  ii I . 1 10 p.m. : ,*. An.lv ", %  NqrUunu. 7.J 1 • %  c Iihi>ir*ixt F William l*irim M b...t 3 pm On 0H m Bunny Mi y. It) pn> i MM ,ii 'i 1 ,, T..|. T i.Hn,. Hrw. 10 1(1 i. r 1: MASS) M,r AwMtor S ir. 10 V P m mium. 1100 %  *• .V %  Bgk) ht hndi himieii snn| into xxn full ol toys ol vry son *nd rT] coloor. "My. whai J NEW YORK the tremendous increase in the number of baby passengers, it When groups of British wax features a nursery with all sorts brides Hew home with their chilof machines. They will hand out dren from America It meant only new nappies, mix baby* formula. a holiday for them. But airline replace lost or broken bottles, or officials and architects saw so sterilise the dirty ones. There much more in their flight that are private rooms for adults who they are designing new luxury mav have a shower l airports. First of them was opened forty winks i rtcently in Baltimore. Because of COOnecUOSU i bed between plaue -// Books Earn More Dollars For Britain "i. lid the of voungei ii'i .. lo strength, The Society u luiulen gramma of muskr which \ ..I Ihe Reve attracting uflleptni -i.d> U p pro ".fu-, 1 'ii. Spending A Few Days In Trinidad M iss DORIS AI.VKS i. M in,. My ha "lii'iKlad < %  |H to Caracas. Mins Alves is spending a from .. .Irvpnw," a BulUd ..t .;,„„ _„_.., ,„ hn work wl l\ •"*"' "" conl Quick a nh, Worrell pick %  .,.,.,. I,j Triuiywn. scl 1. LTuW.li,. ,nil I'.. She HWul her m Ihe hall %  " Diorntng b. B.W.I.A |iending his two weeks' leave with his uncle, M Aimstrong in llatings : torn!) I He was In Canad Ihrea months. New York Journalist RitiviN'; reatai rnornlng k u Trinidad bj nw i \ rOUta Iron. New Yolk were i and Mrs Francis Wickwar. ,1 m und thv,t four l" 1,l ' 11 Mr. Wickware Is a )ou Frequent Visitor *|( DAVID JONES. and writes articles for "Life" "Ci liters, H< ader Digest .i i (I r\ li li'ic American maga/i: ho is a irequ BsffbadOS arrtvad from England Usi week by the OaaeaSH hen for an mdeilnite stay .i guest at the Sea View list House. The "Trade Winds" Moves West %  IV Bf/S) l.o\S'ir*ii LONDON. The "Trade Winds" club has moved west—from London's dockland to the more urbane Kingly Street. Soho. And Trinidad-born Happy Blake, the fienial owner, is very happ\ indeed about his newest venture. Th.I.LW 'Trad.Winds'* JS small and intimate with gay red and white checked tablecloths and VBJBI "' red roses on aacfa taUa There are hillinrdi and darts, and for those who want to dam. a" thra-ptac hand plan the later.! bop numbers, as well as rumbas and samba* from the West Indus Happj Blake, arrived in England many years ago from Porti.f-Spaln when the influence of BOOKS ,,re. second-hand ami \?"„V!, tiS^SS^wLu^l ., ,„e non-m-tlona, EgJfeSXSSSftJi. %  tub management is nothing new to him. Happy was a famous musician UM bandleader in his own right some years ago. and played for. amongst oilier distinguished people, the King of Bwelen. .mil tiie King of Spain But at the very height of his rareer, he gave up his niusta pan his llrst club. 'Ther.' ICh a gap waiting to be Sllsd, 1 he explained, "that 1 felt compelled to open a club where my own POOpls could paththar." During the war ha ran the %  lJai'herinn'' In St. Johns Wood, leiiiidon. and in pre the Shim Sham" and the R. nde/vous do Artistes" ||| name implies popular with the %  hi .I'm .! | rnfaaslnn He has unUtloui plins for the d liookseller "What tl e Amenlirun and iairangini! .. SSJlill ._/s want are proceedings or of week-end hoUM parUOl for his 1 ii.ins. II turns of learned societies, club members. Calypso %  on itandard works of science and are another future attraction, fend l.u tjpai "f books that are out I-ord Kitchener, famous TrlnidadSPKKCHLKSS NF.HHASKA: A radio broadcaster. Foster May. lost his voice just as he U) campaign for the ofnee of state leeretary <-f Nebraska. He will stand anyway Ht has mastered the use of a mechanical larynn Vpe are earning dollars since devaluation hn n-aswl business with Antorlei and Canada is reported by many booksellers. The ipokasmaii of %  West End inn said: "Since devaluation we have increased our business with "We gat ordei lea, SCAOOla and other educational ** l,,lml nstilutioii: A prorinctal seller recently sent his catalogue to North America and within a abort time received hundreds of orders. One days IM contained nearly 250 letters eking for books CIOIIWOID r J i r y r & r %  a r — r il \ basfses. (!. Bi W. It nur M m-dt br a rseaac. (!l li. o(>poiiu sid* artosoSly. iSi IS. You snouid RM ulaatr (ST uua ttuta Utm 1 Acraaa. an Mr Jack epb. West and i-He i* Guest if print '—L.E.S. From Montreal and Mrs. Cieorgc Sheen eni ii'ic American uiaga/in.s -,. >imi Ml (,,-orge .-w %  *-.. ,amp in Pennsylvsr e.idmg about Barbados }V\ f Montreal arrived on the thrill of their ||v> ho Fn l in the -New York Times.' friend of theirs M leeoinmendcl it Kl an ldi resort. They expect to be 'l.'"'.'^^'"^"^! and Co.. he h; annual here for about two months and are *-H Tllltll.LOK A I.IFKTIMK PENNSYLVANIA. itn. Beouts at their annual in n m r.>nns\lvani.i are having 1, : % %  ..,-. ill S^,,,, IUJ morning by T.C.A. i'hoii%  " x u,,v uocks ho >p iBtings Hotel. Frank staying Club. UM %  ".KLSETyS SS 5B-r^b-sjb-.... ; his llrst The camp being searched hy secret sere agents They want to make Manager of sure that everything Is safe for n •ss to the Scouts by President lan. Eisenhower is also to them—perhaps by hovei %  to get over the trnftlc jams calypso singer, has alread. been engaged to sing at the "Trade Winds" Although Happy was rather sad lo have his seamen friends ..f the K.i-t End docks behind, the students and stars of stage and rad who make up his new clientele are delighted to have him bee* in their midst. isit to Barbadoi BY THE WAY • •"' BINT. — Ai'TIIOK 1 REA1) the other da. conductor had to take a plea prove that (here of music at the gallop because ih" SUCh thing M whal Tiainn next it^m on the programme -A as called the Impossibility of the lo be bran Suhjecttva Hut Oteh, In his The only solution (or lb,, sort Vu dnoae: Do you think Ol thing apart Irom I'.itertermi: pti \, quite the place for this with the programmes ol the il B.C., B which would lie sacrilege. Is to Mnesfj Certainly arrange for items not broadcast to foOUSh the reader, the more he be shortened t<> fit In. if rich minks ha b being eduvafa looligans can cut off bits of pic(1 cuMure") bv all ibis sort of Wall!, why uni ill A GREAT PKKFUKMANCE" CAPETi IWN A man lold the circuit COUI that on then wadding nlghl hi wife called him a ", Englishmini." He slapped her. The next day -he told him: You havi always said I was a good actress When I w..Iked to the altar steps with you yesterday it was the finest acting I have ever done. ". .-n tO Mil-. (!) 10. I lie cud Of '.'.• ruerr. %  1.. l->ot UK" i pini Ua lif. bit JO. %  >,.;--er wliii* bareoa. fB-t ti. vuioos. ie> as. could t T m ishgoas. or s ssssos s I ami %  U&nr a thlp'a rnpi— Daa mad* hts arrv Uiu. is. SI i 9UCfc i-UJIllrlig couid proT lO B-l a cuao, (Si J. It u roUosrad wiir. inUrait. i*i 1. Hcoleh coiirlrr) t (BI a. Wlf for Ui dam. (41 fl. Could b a bound or a p-mi (!) Hu Mn nud lo 4oclitk>u wltn rum. >'i'ii 8 iMirt. may do thU dlrls rauwan n'n* pross to &• ..a o.er.cer of IhW. (T 10> Tim tor a chaog. it) lfe Tou mar set UtSH s*om *J Across. Ui it* ITeeiou* Btorn. (fe) JO. 8M t Dowu. ii. To mui mo %  0*11)-! t> Snotitrm and imu'.ni IMvUk (31 ol %  /•. MM— Stria. 1'WHH; lo. KITJ la. S*MJ i_Ad. 18.. Tifi I Jon. pi Audi HM>: 8. >iOrfleu u HOLLYWOOD. Blng Crosby has wnttm his it's human, a. Sol llowrn Uf> „„„ a „. oun o( „„ a „vrnlure |„ Tho man I should have mnrrlcwhen hiH scriptwriter ineorpo,ate.* Eulll)l ,. tl „^ .-pHp... AIH I I New was sitting in the congregation.' into "Gladstone" the scene in Vork M ,, lt(il/UH h0 aU |„„ nought The husband was granted Which Mri"emnns throw tard pie at Mrs fimkell. cusThe SUM'"'"* r" n % bMpeagori da the feme wltn Bes> VSB U Bach Six more bars 01 i of the second movement. Joe Hal Mhat />/ ftswvs 8myT UHOFESLioil SALP1 Piirxtm /•'••lli'il hy \ PHOTOGRAPH of with a fur • telephone ie..iv.-i lady ring for her made me realise hOW iniportant it is for I ("Old Trumnet-Toni paople to -express themselves." rtOCksalrs Uidy Cabstanleigb. who breakfasts ,. inner Contctouain s sunpta mink % %  l le 1 ,hI f wn lisnihbo v*n ilve pure Mumbojumbolog) fe-nll pJ^Jffiffi^'tAdttJ ciiioti againsl me Kuffliiu-k has ton mink cosies for her egg"• n n ninnn ,^,.w"">. glamour reeepllonelte Marjone Bucklooth has icveoUrd thai Snlbbo gives her that moonlng-luth aye which goes with the new bushy e>ebrows (**"" She was about to be v.cke.1 from hei )0h at an a.rpoi SbaaT a friend told her about Snihbo. Two day.* later men who .had intended to tly to Pans or Amrterdam were isnohmg Karachi sod Nokul. feUnplj she asked them to the restitution order. CRYPTOQUOTE— Here's how to wtait it: AXTDLBAAll la LONGFELLOW One letter almply atsnds for another In this example A la ussd for ths Ihrre L'a, X for the two Oi. etc. Single latttr*. apostrophies, the length fend formation of the words ore fell hints. Each dsy the code letters sre different. A Cryptogram QuoUtloo HVSUN SHE KVr NEBCN R d K F G beOnly sWOOIIBe IHKtK THIS NBW LIST rMiiiMiriin IfOM \N i \M 9 IN ( Ol'RT NUTT RC JKV KVM MH HWGP — IKJM H V K T M. Crj '. %  iiwtoi EVUtT WOMAN Ifl INFALLIBLY in BE QA1NBD BY EVERT SORT OF FLATTERY -CHESTERSUXP in HOIIOHi By M, ti (ieberharl By Sir raMlh llsstlngs MATTRESSES A SPRINGS lit: \-ii Ri: IN THE t \RIBBI v\ MIIIAMII TIII: MAi.Ki Of MONDAY By \ W. Acworth By Shaw Beamond By Eric Burgess III! VOYAGES Ml I \IT\IN COOK By Chri.topher Lloyd llll l UMI'I III SWIMMER By Sid G. Hedge* ADVOCATE STATIONERY | STOKE RFDSl'EABS—a ft. 3 fl Sins.. COIL SPRINGS romplele with Halls A Lugs for Mahogany Brd(r*d— 3 ft. < Ins. and I ft. 6 Ins. Obtainable from our HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Telephone ::t.fi BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. IIOYAI. IOWS To-day — 5 and 8 30 p i Cnited Affejggj prewenU Bud ABBOTT, Lou Co^ "AFRICA SCREAMS'' I. FATTY Frank BUCK I:.MIMHI-. I'll'""'""'. pre-vrnU Wii lam H Loan Jo Caul field "DEAR WIFE* :>. \v f. N Fri i-ni.ir. Wednehdav Night a| S 30 p.ir 'CARACAS NIGHT." HO\. M G M prevents ••STARS IN MY CROWN TO-NITi: AT S 30 I' M M\\M O'LINDY AM) TROCPE •CAR.-M AS NIGHT" OLYMPIC La*t .' Sliowii To-day— 4 ii and 8.15 |vi ln.l. Republic Serial R.dph iiYitn. David Sharpa IHtK TaTAOl RI H HNS' i-ilh Lee Ford lUchasJ K" :.'. Till RMIAA MflllT at 3 "CARACAS NIGHT." AQUATIC CMTB riNEMA (Member. Only) ToNJl.HT AT S St •• THS Lire or mi i •• li JAMES ULEASUN %  WIlt-IAM UkNDIX RU8CMAKY DH'AMP BILL GOODWlI %  I..I 111.'Ill* %  1'1'llirr WEDNEBDAY •( S nilHSUAV NTCiHT JOAIN DAVIS in "B DItK njltA-N RLNT 1-l.l'Vl.V PRESENTING FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THE SCREEN IN BAItUADOS WARNER'S SKY HIGH ACTION SPECTACLE! FIGHTER SQUADRON in i .KIT urns Color by Technicolor '. THIS WEEK-END (Friday 14] AT I'lA/A Dlt| HtOI for Reservation V/rtV/^/*V* PLAZA !. % %  ( • Shan* Al(?f HH S MIT nk v'AHJMlN li "Ml 1S.AK.N %  " WEI>NEf.UAV .ud THL'KHDAY 'rally I i and I N p m Ar-iihn W.imi-r Doubl* SVnuUon > KorRld RKAC1AN In THAT HAORN OTSJ. John WAYNE and Hon."Dl'KL HAINTKD (.OLD Tt v.. HU rrldj.* I4il< iir.HTCh S^UAPHON \Tchnlcolor> GAIETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES I .AST SHOW T n.k POWEIJ. in IlkOAIIHAV OOMIOI ILK f% Acllol DouHlr I Dninim MOHIiAN 111 BAR UN Ol ill--!' WEDMBWJAY -nd TUl'liSDAY NITF! S 30 Wmnw-* Doublr I HKCASft A (WIMLSA1 % % %  VALLH Ol' I II I QIAN1 Timor HOWARD & S-IK CRAY Wllh VsffM MORRIS—CUli* TPFA'f-l-' .^V,V/,V.V/V/,V,V////AV%W,V^V//>V/-*.V,V.'.V**/V, GLOBE TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m. LAST SHOW II. I Mill JAMA SA3I Hiss YVOOM De CARLO Howard DUFF •j us o.vr.1' n>;. A nil its. • UD faW0TT^rC0STflL0 WHO DOW IT? PAitKoonts nutausM fess siamoii HRIW'RUCCfO'DIUMt 'h MIDI HELLIHGES J/mi*t' m l£ EOMOND ffSRIEN VA WM0f ALB!" DEKK[R SAM lEVENi • • i • BUST UHCASIfR -.-.-.-.-.-. -.-,w,-.-.-,-.-,v; Coffee 8trainera Tea Strainers Egg Beaters Wire Cske Travs Prying Baskets Salad Washers Metal Skewers Potato Ricers Flour Sifters Cake Pans Screw Top Bottles Phoenix Ovenware AT PLAXTATMOJVS VTB. BROAD' STREET


Tuesday.

Bully
1956





a

Pit c &%
reve “ENTS

Year si 2



. KOREANS PREPARE ALL-OUT ATTACK |

Albert Gomes Made

Webb Apologise
The Inside Story Behind

Sugar

(From Our Londo

Talks

n Correspondent)
LONDON, July 10.

Today we are able to reveal the inside story behind the

Sugar negotiations between

the B.W.1. and His Majesty's

Government which ended successfully last week,
All the evidence points to the fact that the West Indian

delegation would have gone

away emptyhanded had it not

been for their dogged determination, shrewd bargaining,

and refusal to capitulate when thi

These factors
purpose:
one,

were reinforce

a —~4

Rice Growers |
Want Inquiry |
Commission

GEORGETOWN, July 10.

A_ representative gathering of
British Guiana’s rice producers in
the City Hall today unanimously
passed a resolution requesting the
Government to ask the Secretary
of State for the Colonies to <¢
point an “independent” commis-
sion to probe the rice industry.





This mass meeting of more than
800 that overflowed into the yard
hailed from Crabwood Creek on
the Corentyne to Pomeroon in re-
sponse to an emergency call at
short notice from the British Gui-
ana Rice Producers’ Association
which sponsored the meeting.

The Government proposes to
amend the rice marketing Ordin-
ance of 1946 with respect to the
powers and function of the Rice
Marketing Board, and the Execu-
tive Committee of the Board, and
in other respects.

teenage oe pe <

Democratic Right |

They have been encouraged 3
the Government since, prior to}
setting up of the Colonial Devel: |
opment Corporation, the pence |
tion has been looking forward as |
a democratic right to the full con-
trol of the entire industry; but the
Association’s president Deoroop
Mahraj disappointedly told the
meeting that the Association was |
never consulted by the Govern-
ment before the Bill was drafted.

Nevertheless, if the Bill were
passed, all 60,000 people living by
the industry would be reduced to
nothing but slaves

Other speakers at the three-
hour meeting, including four leg-
islators, felt likewise and the
Honourable Dr. Cheddie Jagan
described the Bill as a move to
pave the way for C.D.C. monopoly
and control.

The speakers charged that the
Rice Marketing Board has
squandered many thousands of
dollars in purchasing useless
tractors and ploughs, the Mahai-
cony-Abary rice development
scheme (mechanized cultivation)
being continually run at a loss.
The price control of export rice at
below world price had since 1939
caused the industry by which very
many very poor people lived to
lose $30,000,000 income. A fifty-
three-year-old producer and
senior vice-President of the Asso-
ciafon, David Harpauo Goorbarry,
sobbed as he moved the resolu-
tion, strongly urging on Govern-
ment: —

(1) The Bill is inimical to wel-
fare and interests of industry and
to rice growers in particular, and

@ on page 3



gs looked black.
ced by the delegates’ unity of



every single decision they made was a unanimous

The Housewives’ League played
an important part in contributing
to the success of the negotiations
i by_ continuing steady barracking
ef Food Minister Webb from ever)
part of the country

But undoubtedly the decisiv:
factor was Mr. Webb's statement
—or rather misstatement—in the
House of Commons last week
which was exploited with telling
effect by the delegation when they
met representatives of His
Majesty’s Government last Tues-
day

Mr Gomes at this meeting read
out a copy of the statement he
had issued refuting Webb’s state-
ment and our correspondent un-
derstands Webb apologized to the
delegation and promised to give
a full explanation of the facts te
Commons.

This explanation was given "|
Mr

Commons this afternoon.

Mr. Webb said ~: snould like
to take this Opportunity of correct-
ing the reply made to a supple-
mentary question on June 28 when
I said that the West Indies were
not providing the sugar they had
contracted to deliver

There is of course as yet no con-
tract, and what I intended to say
was that the sugar we were getting
this year from all Commonwealth
sources together was unfortun-
ately below the estimate which
had been made of what we might
expect from them under the 1948
guarantee”.

Gomes's tactical move at the
Tuesday meeting put His Majesty’s
Government on the defensive and
can perhaps be said to have
created the right conditions for
| their acceptance of the terms of
settlement which the B.W.1. dele-
gation had prepared.

The fact that His
Government had previously re-
jected these terms—which after-
wards were made the basis. of
their final terms—-shows signifi-
cantly the effectiveness of the
strategy which the B.W.1l. em-
ployed at the meeting





Majesty’s

delegation were on the wane and
some of the delegates were think-
ing of packing up and_ going
home.

When our correspondent inter-
viewed Gomes at the time, how-
ever, he expressed his determina-
tion to carry on the fight despite

repeated rejections by His
Majesty's Government of B.W.I
offers.

One of the significant aspects of
the settlement which is sometimes
overlooked is that the B W.1. dele-
gation by its nine weeks’ struggl
has been able to wrest a decision,
from His Majesty’s Government
which has improved not only the
West Indian position, but that of
1 Commonwealth countrie

This has considerably enhanced
the prestige of the West Indies—
and augurs well for the future
Caribkean Federatior

Wiseman Finds Frogs

And Puddles In W.L.

From Our Own

As the House of Lords’
ation showed last week, argu
economy or federation shoul
of the well being of the peo

The University of Leeds
H. V. Wiseman calls for
“fundamental’
Times to-day.

}
U.S. Mission Going
To Indo-China

WASHINGTON, July 10
A United Nations military Sup-
ply Mission is scheduled to fly io} s
Indo China about August 1, it was]
'
|
tl





learned here iy

The Mission is being, dispatched
ir accordance if President
Truman's announcement
cutbreak of the Korean wi:
such a mission would be se

after the |

that there would |

in the provision of military

ance to the Ir - fo
resisting the rebel Communist

forces of Ho Chi M

authoritative
issue in a letter published in the London



Correspondent

LONDON, July 10.
debate on West Indian feder
ment continues whether sound
d come first in the promotion
ples ot the Britigh Caribbean.
Lecturer in Socia] Studies Mr
guidance on this

Declaring that a “West Indian”
outlook is only now beginning to
develop widely, Wiseman says
Lord Listowel in a Lords’ debate
rightly emphasised the danger that
if Federation is some
units may achieve self government
and be attracted by economic
nationalism with unfortunate re-
we for the region as a whole

Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados and

delayed,

oe

_ Six U.S. Soldiers Butchered

TOKYO, July 10. }
Two Military



A NEW LARGE SCALE ATTACK by North
Korean forces was foreseen in a communique





Chiefs Going from General MacArthur's headquarters.
; s The communique said that Communist pushes
To Tok VO during the night in the Chonon Chochiwon area had
- temporarily lost momentum but reconnaissance
WILL SEE MACARTHUR | elements were active and North Korea reinforce
WASHINGTON, July 10. | ments were moving — All indications > pointing
7 7 Chiefs of Staff a the Arm ; ; a ranawed lates scala shan the
abr os re Aol oan er J MODERN MENACE communique said. On the mair ;
berg are leaving W yshinigton to : seen ooh i Sood te THs. /
jmight tor Tokyo, they will confe WASHINGTON, North Korean division aide

with General MacArthur and learn ‘The motor car has killed
nhc times as many Ameri
ean. as all the wars in
Wich ihe inited Staics tus
bee i snvolved since it fought

the third is hitting at the Ame
cans just north of Chochiwon
Northwe of Ur

North Korean

first hand” how best he car

6e supported by the Defence Dx
riment in Korean operations

A Defence Department spoke

Vandenberg would go by air an
/ .oul be in Tokyo for only the






ong the





. in Bit 4 for mdependence vu reportedly gaining reund i
in said that General Collins ; os 7 eet . "a ;
' a oll ind 177 Statistics issued by the Chonan, area wide a
National Safe.y Council enveloping movement appear
he that 942,000 have been be in preparation
wi time Tt was n . s ’ n paratior
; ri S- ot know Kh bed and 32,070,000 injur-



ether they would visit Kore

A main threat ties in the poss:
—Reuter,

bility that east coast forces wiil
push inland and join forces witu
Communist columns driving sours
from Tanyang.

et trom accidents caused by
automobiles



os ‘Securily













«pe P
te Bt A. Be rgd oF ran oot received the O.B.B. at the hands of the King at the Investiture | Y e P | 23 Killed PP ey. eee
at Buckingham Palace this week, shows his decoration to Mr. George Miller | c Seer nie i ane
Sak ee er of the West India Com OUNCE S ] C | | . American forces ot the ;
. > t } .
a menses linehtemcaih . siete g ae | U. “x nh oO om ya iS t ront, cabled today
| 2 le > de uX American prisoner were mul
+ e 1 | Se SS I | . dered in cold blood j
Luke And _U by Wi et U Larthquakes co es oh
| with experie al )
e e SAYS MOSCOW t ; experience non
weenev a BOGOTA, Colombia, July 10 sioned officer vho j
e > - a | MOSCOW, July 10 At least 123 persons pet t American oldier iy
In ‘ | The Soviet Communist Party {i weekend earthquake the bullet holes through the pach
oodb e d oO e I Ca )-’gan “Pravda only newspaper} recked North and Central Col their heads and elr hands
|; ublivthed here on Monday—fired}|b a destroying town ind | behind their back
7, y ‘ ew broadside against the Unit plin communications port Wanted To Surrender
TO SUGAR Experts Flay Defence Department 050.20 ee: Oe Ts geee mais aie ena
| j The Headline “Intervention Un e death toll may reach 200 when a succéssful Americal
ger CONDON: July 10, | By PAUL SCOTT RANKINE [cer Mag of United Nations” ap-| ‘There wes ne dinasinadtbed Kar cathan ace
Sev suke, Assistant} TAS jpearca over a special despat tumber injured 1 fo quake test rage t oO the
1 Under-See retary of State for the! Offi 15 f th Def WASHING TON, July 10 rom New York saying that th hic h ra Nar eA A " } Ribena patioe ii, elas vig
}Colonies and Mr. Sweeney of thal iclals of the Defence Department were today deciding | Security Council was “paralysed Pyovines leat Satirdas Gea | “ane (baGleto woarinen: acme
Colonial Office will be at Heath-| the next step in the Korean war—setting up a “line of no]“nd unimportant sunday but t ne they had: Overruh' ander. cover
lrow Airport tomorrow morning t¢ retreat” for United States forces facing still advancing It said: “Remanents are bein d to run high of heavy mist this morning
loft a oe ‘deleg ation North Koreans, The announcement of the establishme nt} nited afer ce fant iy th aie: r i Three “Sergeants found — th
me on Hts homeward -idurhey : United States to justi ieir crim 1¢ CO Ombian we ament ; : os
SPK-hleh-ig--Ghe. ‘hocae wae es ae line is expected soon from the headquarters of|inal vole as gendarmes in Kor bushed doctors, nurses, and 1 bodies bende a maf igh
successor at the Colonial Office nivec ations Commander General Douglas MacArthu na other lands in Asia mes in by plan Food mt Mn ae nee nes 1 Seoul 4
ri | It'is eagerly awaited by public Similar charges made by Gen applic for homeless ineludir eee ae ee Sanaa
The delegation is not wastin opinion which has become dis-|(ral Kin Ir Seng, North Koreau!tonts ave being flown in OMicl, [Sd that ho saw the two butch
its last hours in England. T} ouraged by continuous reports of | Commander-in-Chief in a radio! ouper aid telegraph a ele [OTs Of the. prisones Richmond

iid he hud considered surrender-

Going 7

j morning Messrs Gomes, O’'Connot | ong oO reverses and d 1

and Carlton, spent an hour with! In this atmosphere opinion is not} ported V Pravda The new shwa and roads ‘wer plit ing himself earlier when he had

Sir Vincent Tewson, Secretary of} ] he Do 8 ? particujarly reassured by state-/paper also reprinted an articl ob. cleavam The | }been cut off for over two her
wn. 7 originally published in the “Liter | ¢ He was glad he had not done so

the T.U.C. and discussed with ments hat space is being swapped overnor re r : r |
ver reported Arboledas and

defeats lare from Pyongyang were

American one line wert









him a proposal tl wT WU. esi for tme, that defence lines re-| ary Gazette’, on Saturday, attack ‘ i ; : : ’

should ag an epee ee Be: THERE is no greyhound | {treated from so far have been lines} ing six members of the Security : sah n ae i hey hi ae From Fokyo, ¢ eral Doug-

unionist to Trinidad to lectur racing in Barbados, but | aan delaying action and that heavy | Council who -voted tor the resé ais th ree eo is Were dam las MacArthur's United Na-

under Adult Education service iecessity being the mother damage is being inflicted on the | ition on Korea —Reuter ra rnc L ry own tions communique to-night

oh matters concern sack : of invention, some -sport- , afivancing enemy wd hota reports reaching Cay warned his outnumbered 4
: ’ cerning trade union | Barbadians have “Such statements bear an un- | id he tow f American and South Korean



practice Toledo had beer

troops that Communist invad-

found a way to substitute happy resemblance to those whic hj
ers are getting ready to throw

Y = Durania ind
dog racing for this very ex- came from Norway and Western | Sudden wou ;

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Trinidadians will visit the pensive and popular world Europe in the early days of World | sogote : RS po sani| another heavy armoured
National Institute of Adult Ed POPP A War With typical American | era been reportea | punch.
é é s ite of Adult Ex yah On Sunday there was dog Noe iee ss, independent military | ac Ou t Cuict tal capit

cation where they will try and} Only a tew hours earlier Tokys

obtain further assistance for pro

racing at Browne's Beach, experts quite unbiased in their at- | nel lestroy t

Barbados

















































































There was no titude to present United States dD tt 6 Car . , |Oeadquarters announced that th
meting an effective _system ¢ (| electrically driven hare and idministration, have bee giving oom: ane. or Fr is faartod cht Urst “lost batallion,” 1000 men had
adult education in Trinidad | there were no expensive the Defence Department’s pre- | ever fought 1 way (through ten time

| kennel) attendants, just some Korean military strategy a thor CASABLANCA, July 10 many northerners and rejoinens
| men bathi in hk ugh “going over” Investigators here believed to-{ Choure a) wed } he main American forees in good
This decisive incident urre | S |] ing their barking dogs in FP le. N |day that sudden unexplained fai Doctors and nurse } ‘ond. tior
is decisive incident occurre¢ | line until the signal for the or example, Nark Wathon, re To) Peace a : - : ‘ , are ‘ ; s
at a time when the hopes of the earch Party | start was giver i} pecs d military correspondent of |)" vein th ise Renin tie Sa ‘od Del Sr erares a i : tied i teen A
4 ie og + 5 f io fortre Prins all-out ihiex iit blitz o NWOVS
Then the beach was > Baltimore Sun mentions among pany i hi } A Eagle aia a hed tee nef revsnice pe vin 1 imper to 1 ee not
| tre bs «” ri lich, according to la has a population of about mr noving t ) “eg if
i d H t transtormed into a scene of ‘unfortunate lacks” the following: | 4 9 é . . / the road to nm, 2 h Korean
in S unter | howling backers and barking aaaite repeated official assur- report ‘ i be ople die d | Other planes were jeavir me bes racl to 1 aejon North Roreant
enthusiastic dogs who seem- ince that airborne troops must be | Say ; a btn lef he pilot tried | at dawn to take food j mi cl “ * 90 eta incr
ito lane ut the > t Soi oO ( ochiwon" ¢ iiles !
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 10 ed to enjoy the sport as he first reliance, there were no| t ‘1 Hi yaa. ited -y a ot mes penne the vs | tk i t l
Emmanuel Laguerre. St nies much as anyone else lirborne troops in the Far Bast lol C At ‘ a anc oe tricker ilages. Telephon: ' ° . = oh “th OME... -
ae ou “ag , : Anti-te + : ; lane caug ire mong eight) telegraph link ee 7 ruplec vi il was 4 long
North Coast, hunter who Without training they kept { ink weapons capable of | urvivors was a newly-marrted |; Y Unk th Bogota be range tareat to the vital rail june-
lissing for five days from hein their course, about one hun- handling. Russan-made tanks in| man on. honeymoot h brid oti nnd tt is still impossible | tion at Taegu between Tae jon and
the! i ‘ > ve sé oO y oO ose bride |} ae on a aegu wee i g
was found late Thursday after dre dad yerds and scampered anne oe aa yet appear to be is- | killed re timate the damage the supply port of Pusan
{ . “20h ¢ . ania suec ( sw are acing A ‘ » Gove SB . ,
noon by a search party in the down the beach at a great | » troops who are facing Toda he told of his vain at-| 2 20V/nee Governor Lucio Pabo: At Chinchon 15 miles east of
“ay pace Who knows @ those t tanks | Nunez ar ; TICOT ‘ .
El Chiquero Valley not far from - . eoun tempt to save her I heard her | announced that the tremor | Chonan a full northern division ts
the spot there fF lad Kensington that used to re- “New weapons of which so much creams of te i y Nad damaged chure he t 1 | Maes ; ‘ 5
spo w nere rinidad airman sound to the crack of bat on has been said, are still far from | a 0B: te he ene in spite of and Toledo. The ( ‘ \ battling with Sou h Korean troop
Mickey Cipriani was found in a ball, the pounding of run- roduetion. Most of them will not |" Purns I fought back to the | 9 olombien: Mis Two Communist divisions were
plone crash 17 years ago ning spiked shoes and the ye ready for Korean operation at ine t I had to give it up and @ on page 7 @ on page 7
Laguerre, when discovered, was whirr of racing bicycle | }all nts ea fe ere -exhiaue ~ene — STE
sick, hungry and in a state of wheels, might now echo the Hanson Baldwin, military eritic - she had stopped scream
xhaustion Unable to walk bark of eager racing dogs of the New York Tin provides | ro ’ . ‘
: y ; é Z y Another survivor had to push 4
he was taken out in an improvised another list in what he calls a ' 4 4 ‘ 4
stretches A ag ta ioc by |“"Tragedy of Errot post the harre d bodies of pir so
‘ hich he was carried for medical } 1 ae tip yd 7 ee _ y
ve T t , 3 ee yt * ¥ hat shortly after taking off fron y y
fy Wi k S Baldwin's list incluue Con ; ;
er ee 2 as | a ting political and military poli isablanea the lights went out e e e
Prankiir F « tei motor _ é | cic s in the Far East hen a thunderous crash followed
mechanic, leader of the searcher: C rt l “ “Pool training and organisation |aid he + flames coming fron
as atiracted to the spot by a a t age } of, South Korean force the left engine and = quickly . shy. ye a . ‘
faint pall of smoke whien | ‘Usual complacent and over iding to the fuselage.-Reuter FOR KV th an q ASTON
Laguerre kept alive. The decom- rr bl. . j confident United States appraisal SS
posed carcass of a wild hog lay ou e | of our own handiwork
het Mdadhe Mee nk eel “nderestimation of the enemy Discu uss W.I. TABLE WINES, PORTS, SHERRIES
was oe ie ; ; (From Our Own Correspondent improper Intelligence——-under eR & y
man Laguerre left home to go sti t f tk ol
hunting on Sunday, intending to LON i pesegon, of the role of armour 7" °
8 ay, 1 LONDON, July 10 Witaenica’ in roa, ere | . i
return the same night. When he Everton Weekes, tall-scorin “|! ti oan of a eftac erie as a ; e¢ era ion VERMOUT H, BRANDY, SPARKLING
iid not return by Tuesda West ee batsman, whose am- fair {PO wer,” : :
ch party went to hunt for] bition was to play in every match, lds " } rT POR -OF-SFAIN, July 1 7 .
aldwin concludes ce ¥ ai J z
~(CP) must be. considered a doubtful re “con slate oe 1SSc Ba er Sa Delegate fro even Briti WINE I IQUEURS.
tarter for the remainder of the [s« ewhat dubious military poli ind ies in the Caribbea
tour He is suffering from car- of the recent past.’—Reuter, (met here today to diseu tl
iui ; tilage trouble and has to uti rgo onomic aspects of the proposed HINTS for the proper storage and set ving of GOOD
Truman Calls operation at the end. of the West Indian Federation
: “ason. In any event Wedlcoe will | The ed federation was di K.W.V. WINES ‘
7 rom now on play in far fewe > } | habe gubdameds \
Conference nena and. may not appes Menzi s On Way ' prea
TA Tel 4 ain except in the | t NO pany Ti Hi ; € m™ v WINDS Phe e@ pure
WASHINGTON, July 10 Until the game against ia To London Tamaica eward Islands, Wind they are excellent, th CHEAPER, because
President Truman to-day called hire a week ago, Weekes ha ard I ‘ Trinidad and Briti f preterent fut
Congressional leaders of both!only missed two matches but SINGAPORE, Ju Guiana 4 ice aSt INOVE P
parties to White House Confer-,jdown at Southampton his knee Australian Prime Ministe er ) het tt
nce SOMO n e Korean I gan to trouble him and whenjHobert Menzies left here | i It t the ¢ ra t ( ?
ae n, senator Scott Lucas o | the West Indies went up to Liver- irly to-day for London for talk the r Wwe "
dino , _Democrati ‘ ob 3 < pool for the Lancashire game = {C 1 defence cooperation, migratio joni¢ ltumate d ae Ww
- oe 3 t ut So far as he knew |was examined by a specialist who nd finance. Mr. Menzies alse itu The Standing Con j The ideal temperature fe ull red Wine
ne resider vas not contem- {a dvised an operation {1 visit Washington, Ottawa, Van-|on Closer Association in a temperature of the Room-—-Remove the bottle of
plating ar drastic en teps.— Weekes himself is confident couver and New Zealanc senort claimed that it alone Wine from its Cellar or Cupboard and place
Reuter @ on page 7 | ses Santen aa the British ‘West Indie the dini oor me hem before
ee enone ' - nero — -- - a reasonable prospect of achiey BeSves
British Guiana in his view illus- economic stability and, throug
trate this danger, but Wiseman
continues "It exists even in small-

er islands where too often large





frogs seek to preserve their smaf}
} puddles”
The longer the delay His
| Majesty’s Government reachir
decision on federation, he con-
tinues, more powerful become
extremist elements who then “con-
; Stitute a threat to modern leaders
her at last the latter chieve

—Keuter.

FIRE IN BELIZE

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

BELIZE, British Hond







July 10
A fire \ presun ;
lieved to ! In
warehouse a aged for
over two yur here Ss es of
persons were eft meles
lost most o effe The fire
Was put
dama is exten-

fight ers, but



political independence —Reuter 4 it i Cardinal Sir {Ye Claret or Bur- t

M.P’s Question. Argentine "copa Pete ties anion: ont ae



















| Former Sugar Co. wendy ng RAR ay celled lly rag ter Se
ccupa lion f British Island = “reer Pies mE |
| PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 10 ‘
} ; B. Westwood, for Ge ) No wine i ou ‘ » the brim in the
; v1 N y 1 i ritory of Argentine person- te houl e referre of the St. Madele elief th t not enerosity on
Britai i € t present stationed on De-— the International Court. We ver Trinida ti nost Three-p
View OF 3s Doe the Antarcti t Island?” uch regret that t Arge " Westwood ca ' ho - ; Et
Fore t 1 A 1 Who did not sign the optional f etirement r. a
: ) a iuse, has not seen her way ing prep ! 1 u
to be undertaken; it acceptance of this suggestion i hte eddir : )
remature to ake a state Maclear Is not Deception Saturda =
ts t at the resent time,’ Island British territory?” fficial ar
‘ ti f € iske it ‘ t t | f ; l
Goverr Davie Ye nside e the ame afte le W Gi i
i Brit to British territory.” Davies al ill ha Be
pie t it the review was to take c mingham, 64 ye I \ , @ l
nistes efinite w. He hoped to ma ( us General i
ser sf ; Bre can: cahther cs be lt Puke , ™ N.B.—Listen to K.W.V. Trinidad Radio Programme
f J ‘ , e Argentine pation fiz He le i ‘ to-morrow evening 7.30 to 7
i dictic me to British notice in 194 i 1ughte tw or I
¢ —Reuter brothe siarinenaseeceniasennensinimiaitindiabiiis




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Caub Calling

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
ernor opened the New Gallery
at the Barbados Museum yester-
day afternoon at 5 o'clock. He
Was accompanied by Mrs. Sav-
age and his Private Secretary
Capt. W. Lambert
An Exhibition of Prints of the
West Indies was on view as weil
as other “very interesting work
The Exhibition will continue
until Monday, 31st July
Present also were members of
the Council Sir John Saint
»y (President), His Honour J. W. B
Chenery, Hon’ble J. 0. Chand-

ler, Mr. D. A. Wiles, Mr. J. E

Went, Mr. E. M. Shilstone and
Mr. H. Clarke

Others included Mi Hewitt-
Myring, Lady Hutson, Mrs
Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Glindor
Reed and Miss Betty Arne

IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G,
Comptroller for Develov
ment and Welfare in the We
Indies, will be leaving this morr
ing by B. G. Airways for Domin
ica on his first visit to that colon
He expects to return on July 1%

With Barclays Bank
Me-

M& AND MRS. W. J
William and their four chil-

dren left last night by the Gas-
eogne for England. Mr. Mc.
William, who is with Barclays
Bank heré, has been in Barbados
for about three and a half years

They hope to spend most of
their holiday in Liverpool and
expect to be returning to Barba-
dos at the termination of his
leave.

Henry Wilcoxon’s Father

R. R, S. WILCOXON, who
has been spending a _ holi
day in Barbados left last night by
the “Gascogne” for England. Mr.
Wilcoxon whose son is the well
known film star Henry Wilcoxo',
is going to visit his sister in Becks
Hill, Sussex. Later he will be
going over to California to visit
his son.

Perfect Pass

IS LITTLE story illustrates
A the delightful sense of humour
prevalent among the West Indies’
cricket team, The incident occur-
red shortly after several English
footballers had packed their bags
to go and play for clubs in South
America, It was the last day of
the second Test. The West Indian
fielders, on, their toes, were ready
to smap up any half-opportunity
which would speed their victory.
Suddenly one of the English bats-
men played an uppish sort of
stroke in the direction of Chri
tiani in the covers, Thinking
there might be a chance of a
eateh Christiani bounded forward.’
He misjudged the distance, how-
ever, and the ball pitched short,

cannoned off his knee cap, and
Was diverted straight across to
Worrell — the perfect pass.

Quick as a flash, Worrell picked
up the ball and turning to Chris-
tiani said, “say Robert, how much
will you ask for signing on for
Bogota?”

For The Y.W.C.A.—A
Cake Sale

RS. HERBERT GREAVES
telly me that she is organis-
ing a Cake Sale, to help raise
funds for the new Y.W.C.A. The
sale was to have been held in
August but the date is now fixed

for Friday, July 2lst at G. W
Hutchinson and Co.

She will be grateful for any
donations or cakes from anyone
iaterested in the Association,
whieh has recently been re-
formed.

With T.L.L.
R. Edgar Wooding-Deane, an
engineer at T.L.L. who = ar-
rived from Trinidad yesterday
morning by B.W.LA. will be
spending his two weeks’ annual

leave with his uncle,
Armstrong in Hastings.

Mr. Frank







COVER GIRL

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~ACE of
l.uown throughout America.

this pretty gir) is



{It bele ex-Cover Girl
n, now wife of
Jean Negulesco.
the “open-air
c:4 oria Embank-
me, M Anderson said: “In
you have some of the

most magnificent
. but few artists seem to

i them

1g5 to

: wliss Anderson deter-
1ed to fill this gap. She is
painting Thames-scapes, works
nine hours a day.

London Express Servtoe.



Formed 28 Years Ago

HE Barbados Choral Society
was formed 28 years ago

under the Conductorship of Mr.
Gerald Hudson, Hon, A.R.C.M,
and has always aimed at a high
standard of Choral Music. This
has become more and more diffi-
ult in recent years owing to the

original founder members leaving
and the difficulty of attracting
younger members in sufficient

numbers to keep the Society
to strength.

The Society is rendering a pro-
gramme of musié. on. July 27,
which will include as the chief
wors “The Revenge,” a Ballad of
the Fieet, by Tennyson, set to
music by Sir.C, V. Stanford, The
rest of the Programme consists of

up

three part songs, three Sea
Shanties in whieh Mr. Kenneth
Tucker will be the Soloist, and

three negro spirituals, It will con-
clude with the Epilogue from the
Banner of St, George, by Sir
Edward Elgar

Miss Jean
will be the guest
piano,

Lawson, L.R.A.M.,
artist on the

New York Journalist

RRIVING yesterday morning
from Trinidad by B.W.1.A

en route from New York were
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wickware

and their four children.

Mr, Wickware is a
and writes articles for “Life,”
“Colliers,” “Readers Digest” and
other Jeading American magazines.

journalist

First reading about Barbados
in the “New York Times,” a
friend of theirs Mr. Coffin, also

recommended it as an ideal holi-
cay resort. They expect to be
here for about two months and are
staying at the Paradise Peaci
Club.

















=day
#-“Gascogne,”

Manager of Alston’s

M2’ R. VIEIRA, Manager cf

Alstons Port—of—Spain,
Trinidad, is back in Barbados with
wife for another holiday.
Since his visit here last year both
have been to Canada for three
nonths’ holiday. They are guests
at Cacrabank.

To Stay With Daughter
RS, IVY KINCH, wife of Mr.
Herbert Kinch of “Lucknow”

the Stream, was another passen

ger to England yesterday by the

‘Gascogne.” She has gone ito

spend a holiday with Rev, ant

Mrs. Davis in Skelton, Cleveland,

mear Yorkshire

Mrs, Davis is her daughter, and

whe expects to be in England until
rsatter

the Winter

Was Visiting Her Son
M. ROBINSON, who
has been visiting her son
Brian and his wife, has been here
now for a couple of months’ holi-
Last night she left by the
returning to Eng-
land.

% Mr. Robinson is in the Agricul

{tural Department here.

3 Attended Trinidad Races

R. TREVOR GALE, Adver-
tising Manager of the “Advo-
cate” Co., Ltd., returned yester
day morning by B.W.1LA. He was
in Trinidad for the last few days
races.
Returning Home
] EAVING last night by the
- “Gascogne” for Englan‘
was Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crowe
and their two children. Mr.
Crowe who was the Architect and
Planning Officer of the Barbados
Government, has just completed
his three-year contract and is re-
turning home.
10 be Married on Saturaay
M* CLIVE SIMMONDS, who
arrived by the “Cottica”
yesterday morning from England
will be married on Saturday, Jiy
15, to Miss Brenda Haynes at St
Matthias Church in Hastings.
Mr. Simmonds ,is a lecturer at
the University of Durham and lec
tures on Chemical Engineering «
King’s College, Newcastle - on
Tyne.
On _ Leave
N “VOMDON ast week were
Mr. Errol Gaie, son of the
Managing Director of the Advo-
cate Co., Ltd., and Mrs. Gale, and
his wife Ruth. They are on leave
from Nigeria, where Errol is in
the Agricultural Service. With
their 11-month-old son, Timothy,
they are staying with Ruth's
parents in Wales, and are plan-
cing a motoring tour to the Con-
tinent.

Spending A Few Days
In Trinidad

1 ISS DORIS ALVES left here
recently for Trinidad en route
to Caracas.

Miss Alves is spending a few
days with her Aunt in Trinidad
before returning to her work wi'h
Stubbins and Co. She spent her
holiday here at Cacrabank.

Was Away Three Months

R. BASIL SKINNER, formerly
I on the Staff of Cable and
Wireless in Barbados, and son of
Mr. and Mrs, Noel Skinner re-
turned from Canada on Saturda;’
morning. He was in Canada tor
bout three months,

Frequent Visitor
M* DAVID JONES, an English-

man who is a frequent visitor
to Barbados arrived from England
last week by the Gascogne and is
here for an indefinite stay. He is
a guest at the Sea View Guest
House.

From Montreal

R. and Mrs, George Sheen
M from Montreal arrived on
Saturday morning by T.C.A. to
spend three weeks’ holiday at the
Hastings Hotel. Manager of
Charles E. Frosst and Co., he has
been to Bermuda before but this
js his first visit to Barbados.

BY THE WAY » sxcucomsse

I READ the other day how a
conductor had to take a piece
of music at the gallop because the
next item on the programme was
to be broadcast.

The only solution for this sort
of thing apart trom mterfering
with the programmes of the B.B.C.,
which would be sacrilege, is to
arrange for items not broadcast to
be shortened to fit in. If rich
hooligans can cut off bits of pic-
tures to fit their walls, why can't
inspectors do the same with Bee-
thoven and Bach? “Six more bars
out of the second movement, Joe,
and we've done it!”

Bat What Did Burst Say?
ROFESSOR SALPIGLOSSIS
(“Ola Trumpet-Tongue”) ob-
jects to my saying that Rocksalt’s
Harmonies of the Inner Conscious-
ness are pure Mumbojumbology.
He quotes against me Kufflinck

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and Ravensblood, both of whom
sought to prove that there is no
such thing as what Traumverein
called the Impossibility of the
Subjective. But Otch, in his—

Prednose:; Do you think a daily
paper ig quite the place for this

ystruse stuff?

Myself; Certainly The more
foolish the reader, the more he
thinks he is being educated Cget-
ting culture’) by all this sort of
thing.

Parson Felled by
Enormous Tomato

PHOTOGRAPH of a_ lady

with a fur covering for her
telephone receiver made me
realise how important it is for
people to “express themselves.”
Lady Cabstanleigh, who breakfasts
in a simple mink stole thrown
over her eau-de-nil gabardine,
has tiny mink cosies for her egg-

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UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN

By M.
ES IN COURT

By Sir Patrick Hastings.

‘ASURE IN THE CARIBBEAN
By A. W. Acworth.

NATHANIEL
By Shaw Desmond.

MALICE OF MONDAY

By Eric Burgess.

VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN COOK

By Christopher Lloyd

COMPLETE SWIMMER

By Sid. G. Hedges.

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the eggs warm
That may not be intellectual, but
it’s human, as Sol Hogwasch saic
s scriptwriter incorporated
into adstone” the scene in
which Mrs. Hemans throws a cus~
tard pie at Mrs. Gaskell.

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The Swooning Fish Eye

C E glamour - receptionette
Marjorie Bucktooth has re~

vealed that Snibbo gives her that
swooning-fish eye which goes with
» new bushy eyebrows (in four
MeO. She was about to be
sacked from her job at an airport
‘when a friend told her about
Snibbo. Two days later men who
jhad intended to fly to Paris or
Amsterdam were booking to
and Nokul, simply be-

Neguse she asked them to. Only

jésnibbo ‘can give you the swoon-

(Advt.)
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blue with white flowers.



London Express Service.

The “Trade Winds” Moves West |» ::«

ify Eve Lovegreen

LONDON.

The “Trade Winds” club has moved west—from London’s

dockland to the more urbane Kingly Street, Soho.

And

Trinidad-born Happy Blake, the genial owner, is very happy
indeed about his newest venture.



Books Earn
More Dollars
For Britain

BOOKS—rare, second-hand and
new of the non-fictional
(ype are earning dollars since de-
valuation. Increased business with
America and Canada is reported
by many booksellers.

_ The spokesman of a West End
firm said: “Since devaluation we
have inereased our business with
the United States and Canada by
about 25 per cent.

“We get orders from universi-
lies, schools and other educational
institutions.”

A provincial seller recently sent
his catalogue to North America
and within a short time received
hundreds of orders. One day’s
post contained nearly 250 letters
isking for books.

Said Mr. Jack Joseph, a West
End bookseller: “What tl e Ameri-

cans want are proceedings or
transactions of learned societies,
standard works of science and

similar types of books that are out
of print.”—L.E.S,



THRILL OF A LIFETIME

PENNSYLVANIA,

Boy Scouts at their annual
eamp in Pennsylvania are having
the thrill of their lives. The camp
is being searched by secret ser-
vice agents. They want to make
sure that everything is safe for an
address to the Scouts by President
Truman. Eisenhower is also to
visit them—perhaps by hover
plane to get over the traffic jams,



BING — AUTHOR

HOLLYWOOD.
Bing Crosby has written his
own account of his adventures in
Europe this spring, and a New
York magazine has all but bought

vas

The new “Trade Winds” is small
and intimate with gay red and
white checked tablecloths and
vases of red roses on each table.
There are billiards and darts, and
for those who want to dance a
three-piece band plays the latest
bop numbers, as well as rumbas
and sambas from the West Indies

Happy Blake, arrived in Eng-
land many years ago from Port-
of-Spain when the influence of
jazz was just beginning to make
itself felt upon the Old World.’ A
leading exponent of old-time jazz,
club management is nothing new

to him. Happy was a famous
musician and bandleader in his
own right some years ago, and

played for, amongst other distin-
guished people, the King of Swe-
den, and the King of Spain.

But at the very height of his
eareer, he gave up his music
to open his first club. “There
such a gap waiting to
be filled,’ he explained, “that I
felt compelled to open a club
where my own people could gath-
er together.” During the war he
ran the “Barberina” in St, Johns
Wood, London, and in pre-war
days the “Shim Sham” and the
“Rendezvous de Artistes” ; its
name implies popular with the
theatrical profession.

He has ambitious plans for the
future, and is arranging a series
of week-end house parties for his
club members. Calypso sessions
are another future attraction, and
Lord Kitchener, famous Trinidad-
ian calypso singer, has already
been engaged to sing at the “Trade
Winds.”

Although Happy was rather sad
to leave his seamen friends of the
East End docks behind, the stu-
dents and stars of stage and rad‘o
who make up his new clientele
are delighted to have him bacx
in their midst.

“A GREAT PERFORMANCE”

CAPETOWN,
the circuit cour
that on their wedding night hi:
wife called him a English-
man.” He slapped her. The next
day she told him: “You have
always said I was a good actress
When I walked to the altar steps
with you yesterday it was the
finest acting I have ever done.
The man I should have married
was sitting in the congregation.”

The husband was granted a
restitution order.



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TS

a.m. BBC Northern’ Orchestra; 9.00 a.m
p.m. News Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Music

Think on These Things;
from Grand Hotel; 1.00 p.m, On the Job;

p.m. The Daily Service; 4.15 p.m, BBC
Symphony Orchestra; 5.00 p.m Ceceilia
Keating; 5.15 p.m, Programme Parade;
5.30 p.m. Welsh Magazine; 6.00 p.m. Jane
Eyre; 615 p.m. Twenty Questions; 6.45
p.m. Letter From London; 7.00 p.m. The
News Analysis; 7.15.

7.30 p.m. Cricket Report on W.l. vs
Northants; 7.30—7.45 p.m. Pianoforte
Music Illustrated Discussion with Mar-
gerie Few & William Pilarim; 8.00 p.m

News; 7.10 p.m.

Radio Newsreel; 8.15 p.m. On the Job;
8.30 p.m. Bunny May; 8.55 p.m. From the
Editorials; 9.00 pn. Tip Top Tunes; 9.30

The News; 10.10 p.m. Interlude; 10.15 p.m
On the Sweeter Side; 10.45 p.m. Report
from Britain; 11.00 BBC Scottish Orches-
tra.





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SPEECHLESS
NEBRASKA:
broadcaster, Foster

May, lost his voice just as





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| B.B.C. Radio Programme |

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| Tuesday, July 11, 1950, |

7.00 am. The News; 7.10 a.) News |
Analysis; 7.15 a.m, Jane Eyre; 7.30 a.m.
7.45 am, Gen-

erally Speaking; 8,00 a.m. From the Edi-
torials; 8.10 a.m. Programme Parade; 8.15}
Close Down; 12.00 noon The News; 12.10)

1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m. Mem-/{

j ories of Musical Comedy; 2.00 p.m. The |
News; 2.10 p.m. Home News From Bri- |
tain; 2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 p.m. !
Radio Theatre; 4.00 p.m. The News; 4.10

London model Joon Burgess, 18, wore
it with a camellia in her hair at a West End night club,

p.m, Meet the Commonwealth; 10.00 p.m. ;

he
started to campaign for the office
of state secretary of Nebras-
ka. He will stand anyway.
He has mastered the use of a
mechanical larynx.
Fk cboish ie, ciete!
i PPSPOSO POSSESSES
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6 LOVE AND LEARN
. ; WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY (only) 5
Another Warner Double Sensation !

TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1950

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| Rupert pulls back the panel that
rhe mouse showed him, and, sure
i enough, he finds himself gazing into

And Miranda's here somewhere. b

can still hear her sobbing.” As
silently as possible he crawls into

the room. A rocking horse stares
s room full of toys ofevery sortand 3+ him fiercely, but it dare not nae,
every colour. ‘*My, what a collec- 0 Rupert picks his way gingerly
ion!" he gasps. ‘‘ This must be across the floor to try to find out

the Princess's nursery or play-rodm. where the noise is coming from



| Everything For Baby

NEW YORK. the tremendous increase in the
| number of baby passengers, it
features a nursery with all sorts
of machines. They will hand out
new nappies, mix baby’s formula,
replace lost or broken bottles, or
sterilise the dirty ones, There
are private rooms for adults who
may have a shower and snatch
forty winks in bed between plane
connections.

When groups of British war
brides flew home with their chil-
dren from America it meant only
a holiday for them. But airline
officials and architects saw so
much more in their flight that
they are designing new luxury
airports. First of them was opened
recently in Baltimore. Because of





AQUATIC CLUB CINEMA (Members Only)

TONIGHT AT 8.30

|
Starring WILLIAM BENDIX
With JAMES GLEASON — ROSEMARY DeCAMP — BILL GOODWIN
A Universal-International Picture





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WEDNESDAY at 5 and 8.30 p.m.
) THURSDAY NIGHT at 8.30
JOAN DAVIS in “HE'S M¥ GUY"( \
t with DICK FORAN--IRENE HERVEY
\ A Universal Picture.



SCREEN IN BARBADOS!
WARNER’S SKY HIGH ACTION SPECTACLE!

FIGHTER SQUADRON

in Glorious Color by Technicolor !
THIS WEEK-END (Friday 14) AT

PLAZA

Dial 8404 for Reservation





POPP CPSIOSS

PLAZA

VARMER'S HIT DOUBLE!
Jack CARSON in

Last 2 Shows TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m.

Brenda MARSHALL in
and SINGAPORE WOMAN

and 8.30 p.m
Ronald REAGAN in THAT HAGEN GIRL

John WAYNE and Horse “DUKE HAUNTED GOLD

The Big Hit Friday 14th FIGHTER SQUADRON (Technicolor)

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7 Qepen so, fice e sen. OD. sis Dick POWELL in * “Dennis MORGAN in
a ie BROADWAY GONDOLIER and BAD MEN OF MISSOURI
48. Liquid carrier. (6) WEDN
14, + FESDAY and THURSDAY NITE 8.30 arner’s Double
Tare ey ect 8 8 grey com I BECAME A CRIMINAL and FADIA OF THE GIANTS
16, The end of the race. | Trevor HOWARD & Sally GRAY—With Wayne MORRIS—Claire TREVOR
Ja; poke ks asi the leg. 6 | Friday JOHN GARFIELD at his best i
be 3 s st in
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could be. o a er ae ieee
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3 and 20. Many a ship's captain >
made his crew this. (6, 3) %
2, Such engraving couid prove to be | ¢ %
a cameo. (8 > %
3. It is followed with interest. (4) | ¢ %
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le ‘e dam. «
Could bea hound of = person. , TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p.m. LAST SHOW x
heard in association ' x 7 g
(2-2) CALAMITY JANE & SAM BASS
wholly they should prove restful, s
RG Yvonne De CARLO — Howard DUFF x
10, the railways he :

may prove to
be an overseer of this. (7)
5 Tiers for a change.
8. You m get
Across, (4)
Precious stone. (3)
asing ty knotting
ing by knotting
threads, (3)
Sojution of Sassvees« ; |. — Merona:
i, Madras; 9, ‘Trespass: Wrteame, il,
Slik; 12, Imp; 13, Plea: 14, Reds: 15:
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with rum,
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make an
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ROVAL

Shows To-day—
5 and 8.30 p.m.

United Artists presents . . .
Bud ABBOTT, Lou Costello

“AFRICA SCREAMS”
, . with .
Clyde BEATTY —
Frank BUCK
Friday Night, at 8.30—
“CARACAS NIGHT.”

EMPIRE

To-day Last 2 Shows 4.45
and 8.30

Paramount presents . .
William Holden — Joan
Caulfield

in —
“DEAR WIFE”
ep EE
Billy De Wolfe Nona
Freeman.

Last 2

Wednesday Night at 8.30 p.m
“CARACAS NIGHT.”

ROXY

Last Show To-day at 4.47



p.m.
M.G.M. presents... .
“STARS IN MY CROWN”
+ 'y SPRTTIAG . |.
McCrea, Ellen

TO-NITE AT 8.30 P.M

MADAM _ O'LINDY
TROUPE
— in
“CARACAS NIGHT.”

Joel Drew

AND



OLYMPIC

Last 2 Shows To-day—
4.45 and 8.15

st Inst. Republic Serial
Ralph BYRD, David Sharpe
— in

|
| “DICK TRACY RETURNS”



with

Lee Ford Michael Kent,

THURSDAY NIGHT at 8.30
“CARACAS NIGHT.”

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A ONIVERSAL RELEASE:
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EDMOND O'BRIEN AVA GARDNER’
ALBERT DEKKER SAM LEVENE
vet tstetscion BURT LANCASTER

Coffee Strainers
| Tea Strainers
Egg Beaters
Wire Cake Trays
» Frying Baskets
» Salad Washers
Metal Skewers
Potato Ricers
Flour Sifters
Cake Pans
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of valleys which Communist N divide only about 15 miles inland

“ } Y
Mountain War | ae
With Beetles |
ry . PRAGUE, Monday |
ir Ol Ca rt choslovak Government}
6-day delivered two notes to the
a rtm : United States Embassy here
= WASHINGT ON, BC j Prague radio reported. The first
Mountains may dictate the strategy in war-torn Korea if! concerned the Colorado beetl
the present fighting is prolonged. | and was sent in reply to th
PR aise at i eS American Note f~ July 6 in
Ranges comparable in height to the Appalachians cover | ; ’ ’
7 oe .: iP : ~ a NgIg ae 2 he AL a yb par COVE : which the United States denied
virtually all the country. Granite hills up to 6,300 feet fold | ntreducing the beetle into
the terrain of the United States-sponsored Republic of! Czechoslovakia
Korea—the Indiana-sized southern ‘three-sevenths of the| ! -— ee + ome Sees Semen eee
iisims tae? Deane The Czech Yote maintained
peninsular land. ae ten : ’ a)
They form gq twisting network 150 miles in width, ha’ its drainage that the potato bug had been CLARKE’S « BLOOD MIXTURE” L









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Koreay forces from the east shore Americans and said it had been Ay
capital, Seoul West Coast j proved | that American planes Cleanse the system from blocd :
ow they con Hence. the west coest’ has ¢ trom West Germany had droppeo impurities : many sufferers froin 7
C | surge of inva partiy ubmerged shore line the bug over Czechoslovaki: : ;
mplet do the rugge rked by countless fjurdiike bays where it had been found on thi rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
hills er the “Land of Mor islands, Yellow Sea tides, reofs of houses, on the fields anc neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
c i t and more, have in the streets and lanes. The Not : }
route fantastically in con- cre nud flats. They said that broken bottles hac minor skin ailments, can oerive great |
( e the rule t gh of in-| been found ‘i which the bugs benefit from this we.!-known mredicine
. iS t ae I Mi ‘y cre aropped.,
erc The second Czech Note protest-
st coast, on the other ed against illegal flights by Arn- tm LIQUID or TABLET FORM |
: aime st no islands and a erican aircraft over the Czech ~ ae
: % ght, steep shore line. Moun- Frontier which the Note sa‘d had SSS ——SSS 3 = ,
re +e ains slope : ‘ i sea = “o been made “during the last few
c Vit , row sand beaches washed by days” v 2 P "2 Z
ary through § il Taejon and clear water. Where rivers flow in; The Note said that flying regu Something » orm uB ale ' ippreciate ,
u to outheastern port of ést to the Yellow Sea -meand> i fs 7 . . = ,
in. Fre : Haeju to ieaty hy tortue mes arenas a : rT a i. lations had been violated, “cer- ° iy
aif Of Sb iilee Rareed ix tune oe neh — hee teinty for a definite purpose” ,
about 290 air miles and 400 miles streams flow to the east coast The Note asked that investiya- GARBADINE in Emerald Green, Pink, Red, Gold, Lime Green
by rail South Korea is the agricultural ion wou Be carried out of a and White @ $1.30 per yd, {
5 m part of the peninsula as divided caer of frontier violations by SHANTUNG in Blue, Rose, Cream, Pink & Gold @ $1.16 per yd.
This main line and extensive arbitrarily at the 38th parallel in} THE STATUE OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA carried by the Ursuline Convent girls arrives at the American aircraft. —Reuter 1950 STYLES LADIES SHOES in White, Black & Brown Suede
single-track mileage, mostly of 1945 as a Russo-American military] Convent yesterday afternoon. The huge procession follows up the driveway. Prices ranging from $11.36 to $12.37 —Cuban Heels.
standard gauge, give South expedient for the disarming of ceamasionisaos Also DRESSES, SUNSUITS, SHORTS & SLACKS Fte., Ete.
— We ang ae Japanese troops. Rice is grown 66 ® 99
railroad system. New spurs have on every flat space where irriga- P t . en
been constructed to mining re- tion is Chine hatched’ terns ur a y a Ima imo es No! Thank You » ‘eo E o
gions being developed inland }, uses and green terraces snuggle ve as RES: ; SHOE . {
— ran et a me vi in every narrow valley between Ci ars 3 e & dled NEW YORK. 2 SSS ak
ouing stock need replacement the endless lines of folded hills | ! { ‘h if e A cloudburst of letters has fal- a 0 ae ooo oe pot eto otpt a totptpt tp tothe ot
pt sites ae cue aa aae Soybeans, hemp, wheat, barley, oes Oo e onven len on New York city with offers | %
Soak ae — mr and vegetables are cultivated in Aged 4 to overcome Manhattan’s water 4 NSON
carce since 2 pr re. ¢ ry fields ~ . : : ams , sins! i :
Se emi oe wealined tha oD held A procession led by the Statue of Our Lady of Fatima from peoblems by — secret inventions 1
the Japanese, who developed th ae +P q - o ranging in cost from a fe nenté 4B 4
peninsula from 1905 to 1945 Barrier St. Patrick’s Church to the & mm & SOW cent

Potential barrier to an invader’s
progress is the population itself.
South Korea now counts 20 million

South
generally

Korea’s
poor



highways are
handicap for









afternoon left St. Patrick’s
statue being carried on the

Ursuline Convent yesterday
shortly after 5.30 o'clock, the
platform by attendants,

PHILADELPHIA ,
Four-year-old Butchie Bosser!
of Philadelphia is much too young

'o $250,000,000.

From Brazil to Germany and

INDIAN TONIC



ally from the Bronx to California the
mechanized military equipment. t lay w .

neha ete ahai'y ‘cesariis, inhabitants, three-fourths of them en -: te . : © play with matches, but that amateur rainmakere are i 1, |
Highway DEAeee pee attics on farms Despit the toodnheine Crowds lined along Jemmott’s ered making the scene very doesn’t stop him from enjoying New York's de partment ao wate An exceptional Tonic containing :
numerous over the many winding that rule out cultivation of most Lane and Colly more Rock some soft and beautiful. his three cigars daily ate supply e oa ieee, rene oe tee eomnica, Damiana ete, Indicated’ th f
valle y streams but are often of the area, that is more than| Ut Of curiosity while others joined After everyone had assembled, Butchie'’s grandmother, Mrs. A Or % resident f 3 ‘ weakness, Loss of Energy, Muscular Debility, and all run-
washed out by the heavy down- raving wh a, 4 an sl 7 Pi the procession when it got abreast some on the Convent verandah, Raymond Bosses big “c One r siden of the Bronx down conditions where a Stimulating Tonic is desired +
pours of the summer monsoon eciten Sat ei chet ike 4a of them and joined in the singing others on the lawns, Rev. Fr. the conan oe ee AD = ae. ‘ T vane ae ee ee eons
season. ~
Indiana, comparatively a farming} °"% Prayers Patrick miogre aeve a very MOVINE away on cigars since before he ; : »

At some time in the ancient past, paradise.

"s forces ., . . . / i oe a; even by people listening from the rain recently and in less than We have just received - - -
sept Sy . sore pitee ae * uth a high — ek mr sy : vent, the statue was placed in- road and neighbouring houses as His grandfather is a great half an hour rain was coming yy
ward pointing peninsula down on feavy influx of refugees ; and side the pavilion on the lawns. .;, veral loudspeakers amplified his cigai smoker and alws i liek tae OWN ARRID DEODORANT
the west, or Yellow Sea side, and repatriates has brought South There was an altar in this \ojco which could be heard over a dance ae ond always ts iodiite
ep “= cae ae ont ms eee Oe woe ore Wena pavilion, attractively decorated j,nqreq yards away : : i wee wy etee, One amateur scientist offered Price: 3/- A JAR
ea of Japan. As a result of this to feed since e start o orl¢ with flowers, and candles flick- pe gene meh, +4 re rl i << J a> «ibn ee Obtainable at:
tilt, Korea, although it averages War II —(I.N.S.) ” _ After his sermon, Benediction Well, when Butchie was still to produce rain by secret mean

WAR ZONE formed, led by the girls of the put them in his mouth.” f two cents for each of New]¢
Jrsuline Convent, who carried the Grandfather ; York's residents. He noted, “your ; :
oc : é ather decided to teach . Soe, ou ad Street ¢ Alpha Pharmacy, Hastings.
Statue into the Chapel. They were Butchie a lesson. He iit a cigar population is 8,000,000 which ‘ Brosd Super ang Alpha
all dressed in white and carried tn thi : 7



Arriving at the Ursuline Con-




Headquarters |

sermon, was easily heard,

was said and the procession re-





could walk

crawling, he’d pick them up and








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and asked to be paid on the basis

vould amount to $160,000."



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. zs : | and gave it to the infant, hoping PPL LASLOSO LALA LEELA AOR?
ee candies, as the evening that a few drags on it would rian A German called on the city to ET
a ae oo a . 4) courage his fondness for cigar construct $250,000,000 worth of
be tak Sy As the ee pe wit butts equipment with which he said he
ake e apel at Verdun ; 2 4
3 ’ ¢ sad ae could produce rain hr 1"
ais ani Mich wilt to se Butchie, whose real name 1 A resident of Ohio said, “I W E OFF ER
the Urstline Convent An Can: A. Raymond Bossert 2nd, smoked would like to know why you
whit sae sis at approxi- the whole stogie, she reported, con't drop an atom bomb over ae :
d es with nary an ill effect Since 4 space forty miles away from @ NAIL SCISSORS
then, he insists on one after dinner jhe city and form channels for
ihe ‘5 and about two during the day. water to run through.” @ TWEEZERS
‘Martha Occasionally, Mrs Bossert Another geniug asked, “why , re
s added, he puffs on a pipe, but not turn New York into a sort of e FILES
W 2 Buichic never touches candy, yoniaa > eonstructing canals ir rt se
ill Join cake—or cigarettes the: Galeet a wit i Me ag fait e SHAVING BRUSHES
“The doctor says he’s in fine ey ‘ a "
Treasure Hunt shape,” she added, watet j @ RAZORS 4
VIENNA Grandpa, the neighbours oz To each of the letters the
An Australian scientist sz id the local policemen light Butchie’s water department replies with ¢
today he has been fuviied to join stogies, since the youngster is not No, thank you.—I.N.S CALL IN TO-DAY AT
the Duke of Argyll’s fabulous allower to handle matches
treasure hunt with a high-class _ \ COLLINS’ DRUG STORES
“dividing rod” that can probe {
more than 50 feet beneath the (

ocean’s floor
He already has tested his secret
machine at the bottom of Lake

loot, but under 12 feet of shifting

Rice Growers

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This Week’s
B.B.C. Notes

In recent months a number of





3 Como, in Italy, investigating the . } x
; EBS chance that a treasure of Benito Should be withdrawn from any ; ’ Y $
; Mussolini was lost there Mean eee te bted dis VEW ARRIVA LS %
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)? ad . : satisfaction and unrest in indus-
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, Roman jug filled with gold and the Colonies asking an independ- 2%¢ oe eo ve Staten ihe °S and MEN x
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sora diamonds. . ' ent commission to be appointed to va x. ‘ a “7 tay Vv re Putian For CHILDREN, LADIES and x

#* The scientist, Franz Wind- investigate and report on the oy vl a at ie have ; ae 5c.. $1.15 and $1.20 x

brechtinger of the Vienna Insti- working of the rice industry and Met ods he reports they have Priced: 75c., 85c., $1.15 and $1. *





brought back show that Britain



; ) tute of Surveying, said he expects to make recommendations that ro

i- SEA = Martha will have “real success” would make for better organi comd with advantage adopt much ; , , %
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; 5 eres So in the search for the Spanish tion and running of the industry oF she ASeridan, way of produc CARVES SHOES Pus Loar” %







galleon reportedly sunk off the

with emphasis on the betterment.

tion. But, as Francis Williams



White, Blue, Beige at $1.95 x

points out in a BBC talk next Sat-
urday, not all of it. He reminds
listeners that American industry



coast of Scotland with millions of of the lot of actual producers and
dollars in riches (3) That the Secretary of State



Also received : s



Fight On

Against

U.K. Did Not

CommunismIn The East Send Note

From Our London Correspondent

LONDON, July 4.

Doubt as to the wisdom of employing simply the economic
weapons to save South East Asia and other territories from
Communism is expressed by Elspeth Huxley, the well-
known writer on Colonial affairs.

article on “The
Cold War and the Colonies,” in
the current issue of the monthly
magazine, “Nineteenth Century,”

In a_ special

she asks how the principles de-
cided upon the Colombo and
Sydney conferences are to be of
any practical value within the

decade “the decade
crucial in the cold
questions the
need for great economic devel-
opments throughout Asia and
Atrica but, she argues, while the
standard of living of the few in
these territories may be advanced
by economic aid such as is now
planned the aim of a higher
tandard of living for the masses
is not feasible. First things to be
done to raise Eastern standard
are “to grow more food of all
kinds, to raise more timber for
fuel and housing, and to teach
millions of people the elements

next
to be
No one

that is
war.”

urgent



of hygiene,” and that accord-
ing to Mrs. Huxley is going t
take at least 40 years

Going on to ask what the Com-

munists will be up to between
now and 1960, she says that if
sll goes well for Communist
tactics, at the moment when na-

pressure reaches a point
where British withdrawal is
bound to take place Commu
st influences rill be trong

tionalist









ough to swing the emergent
nation into the orbit cf the
R i, there t revolve
ob as anott Eastern



leader were

Western

1 mistake in







te iS treating tn
ar economic one
of Wester traiegy,
Huxley declare hould be con-
cerned more with economic mat-
ters with “the satisfactic
atest lo f
A and Af an _ le



here, she goes on, “we should
be unwise to look to institutions
dominated by the white races >
“We must start from national-
ism, now deeply implanted in the
East; our task i
it turned into a constructive and
independent patriotism, and to
widen the loyalties of the new
into a wish to serve their
and not merely them-

surely to see

leaders
country
selves

Symbols of authority and na-
tionhood should emerge. The
king, the prince, the sultan, the
chief—a

living person is needed
to focus loyalty and affection,
rather than the impersonality of

committees and creeds.”

The Answer

Mrs. Huxley thinks the West
has remained too much on the
defensive. “It is surely a look-
ing glass situation” he writes
“that q power which, in the last
eight years, has bludgeoned into
subservience and all but oblit-
erated, some eight once sov-
ereign nations should pose as the
champion of nationalism, while
a Power, which, during the same









period, has freely and willingly
grantetd complete independence
to four former satellites should
be stigmatised as an oppressor
Yet that is the position as be-
tween Russia and yurselves.’
We had failed to make that clear
to the oriental leaders

The an r to the appeal of
Commut t cor ides, lie
less ir rrow field of eco-
nomics thar the vider and



far more sub
and psychology Econom
velopment “in g spiritual vacuur

a brittle we:

ic de-



4 1
ha would







break in We n hand The
first objectives were the “Hope
and imaginations of the

would

need all our



To France

By SYLVAIN MANGEOT

LONDON, July 10
A Foreign Office Spokesman to-
night denied there was anything
to justify reports that Britain has
sent a note to France “outlining
proposals she intends to make to
Moscow for ending the “Korea:

war.”
The British Official Spokesmen
are still under instructions to

maintain closest secrecy on the
ubject of any possible sequel to
the Russian demand made last
week in Moscow. by Deputy
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko

to British Ambassador Sir David
Kelly to elucidate the original
British suggestion that Russia

should use her influence with the
North Korean Government to end
the state of war.

In the Soviet official comment,
there appears no hint that any
such action is contemplated in
Moscow at the present stage.

Renewed Soviet attack on the
Secretary General of the Unite
Nations has strengthened — thr
belief ithat the United Nations
faces decisive crisis next Septern
ber when the Security Council j
due to nominate a successor t
Trygve Lie

In the case of a deadlock on thi
question the whole machinery o
the United Nations as a meeting
place for both Communist and
non—Communist powers appears
to be threatened with paralysis

—Reuter.

FAA OL LOA OL ALL,

POLL SAEP LIF ALG LI III FF



No Headway

LONDON,
ign Ministe

July 10

Fore Deputies ne-
gotiating the Austrian state treaty
to-day adjourned until September
7, without making any further
headway. George Zaraubin Soviet
Deputy said that the Soviet Gov-
ernment view was that there was!
no guarantee that the Austriari
would not be violated
me way as the Italian pe
y over Trieste





—Reuter

He expects to leave for Scotland
next month

Windbreechtinger said his con-
tract with the Argylls will take
him to the general area where
the ship supposedly has lain at
the bottom of the sea for 300 years,
ever since it was said to have
been sunk while carrying gifts
from King Charles I

“It probably is covered with
many feet of dirt by now,” he
said. “That’s why they have been
unable to find it. My Martha will
succeed where radar has failed”

He said the contract promises
him 10 per cent of the treasure,
which the Argylls believe to be
about $84,000,000

Windbrechtinger plans to lower
his device—the details of which
are seecret—to within 12 feet of
the ocean floor. He believes ai
least 12 feet of dirt now cove:
the vessel,

With Martha’s special trans-
mitting and receiving set he hopes
to chart the exact location of not
only the ship, but the gold
silver hoard as well.

If successful, he said he is going
to use the $8,400,000 he receives to
go into this business in a serious
way.

He will look for another $400,-
000,000 1,. wealth reputedly wait-
ing for Martha elsewhere in the
world,--I.N.SF

and



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be informed by cable through His
Excellency the Governor of the
present grave dissatisfaction
among rice producers

(4) That copies of the resolu-
tion be forwarded to His Excel-
lency the Governor for his infor-
mation and for dispatch by air-
mail to the Secretary of State.



The Weather
TO-DAY

Sun Rises: 5.45 am

Sun Sets: 6.25 p.m.

Moon (New) July 15

Lighting: 7.00 p.m.

High Water: 12.18 a.m.; 1.35
pm

YESTERDAY
Kainfall (Codrington) .21 in
Total for Month to yester-

day: 84 ins.
‘Temperature (Max) 84.5 F
Temperature (Min.) 73.5° F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
(3 p.m.) E
Wind Velocity 9
hour
Barometer:
(3 p.m.)

miles per

(9 a.m.) 30.039,

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elaborated in the talk which was
originally broadcast in the BBC's
Ti.rd Programme and will be re-
peated for overseas listeners at
6.30 p.m. on Saturday, 15th July.

“Caribbean Voices” July 1950

16th July,—Saving his Life
short story by Edgar E, Boyce of
Trinidad

Presentiment short story by
Inez K. Sibley, of Jamaica

28rd July,—-A Matter of Values
short story by O. M. Howard of
Jamaica

Shouters “Visit China” article
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BARBADOS gg ADVOCATE

Mablished vy Thu Advocate Co. ..2G., 4, Sroad Bi, Sriasewws

Tuesday, July 11, 1950











Your Museum

THE opening of New Gallery at the
Barbados Museum last evening was more
than a routine engagement in the life of
the Governor of Barbados. Not only is
Mr. Savage a patron of the Society, but
during his short stay in Barbados he has
found time to donate a book to the Barba-
dos Museum and Historical Society.

The Society today is suffering from that
lack of recognition of which Mr. Savage's
generous gift is a token. Mr. Savage's in-
tentions in Barbados seem to be based on
that of a poor man determined to make
himself poorer in trying to set an example
to members of a community many of whom
he appears to be convinced could donate
more and help generally in spreading cul-
ture and education.

“

the

It is a heroic effort and it deserves sup-
port from those members of the community,
who, whatever their contribution to other
deserving causes, have so far left the Bar-
bados Museum without an excess of en-
couragement. Everyone knows how many
charities the businessmen of Barbados are
asked to support directly and indirectly for
365 days of the year and for 366 during the
surplus years. But the Museum is only
recently coming out into the open and is
only now being recognised for what it is
—one of the greatest assets in the cultural
and commercial life of the island.

Businessmen who have invested their
money in hotels are naturally eager to see
those hotels filled. They advertise Barba-
dos and they contribute towards publici-
Sing its attractions throughout the world.
When the visitor gets here he finds that
there is adequate sunshine but even during
a short stay he pines for some acquaintance
with the souls and spirit of the people and
the first place he turns for that information
is the Barbados Museum.

Set in the unspoilt and well tended sur-
roundings of the Garrison Savannah,
housed in an ancient prison whose walls
time has mellowed, the Barbados Museum
is surrounded by cool and shady trees and
invites the tourist to enter and pause for
a moment in’ appraisal of the achievement
of the people amongst whom he finds him-
self. Today the Barbados Museum under
the stimulus of its new director, Mr.
Neville Connell, has advanced without
much support from the public. Its total
membership is less than three hundred.
There must be at least two hundred people
now resident in Barbados who think
nothing of spending a year’s subscription
to this Society in one afternoon’s round of
drinks at the club. Could not each of these
two hundred today send a cheque for that
same amount to the Secretary of the Bar-
badops Museum and thereby show their
appreciation of the good work which has
been pioneered by so few and which now
beckons to the people of Barbados for sup-
port, not only of their cultural, but of
their own material interest.

The extension of a new gallery or rather
the official recognition of a gallery which
has already been used for exhibitions of
paintings by several young West Indian
artists is only one demand on the expand-
ing potentiai of the Museum.

There is now a shortage of money to
supply showcases to exhibit material which
the Museum already possesses.

The Museum is your It does
credit to your island. It needs you as a
member and it needs your donation if you
ean afford it. It is too modest to ask for
itself. Let your generosity be its reward
for a public service which has been so
painstakingly encouraged by so few less
than three hundred.

Museum.



Our Readers Say:

What After All IsMeant By Sanitation?

To the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—Owing to the fact that
diphtheria and typhoid are en-

mittee it is recommended that if,
and when, federation of the British
West Indies becomes a reality the

“BAL CREOLE’ IN LONDON

JOAN ERSKE

iby

BOSCOR HeLDER and his wife Sheila Clarke from Trinidad, playing the

formance of “Bal Creole”.





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| ULYSSES

(From Our London Correspondent)

The follow'ng stery appeared in «ue
this week under heading,

Test for a West Indian.’

evening Standard
“My Court Casebook” “The

July 3, 1950.

HIS Majesty’s West Indian subjects have |
been in the minds of a good many of us re-
cently, and while the world at large has been
seriously worried about the activities of Mr.
Ramadhin and Mr. Valentine and Mr. Wal-
cott, (especially that Mr. Ramadhin), the
Bow Street court has had a West Indian
problem of its own.

The name of Bow Street’s West Indian
problem was Ulysses, though he cut a most
unhomerie figure in the dock. Ulysses is a
little man, whose moustache somehow adds
to his pathetic air, but though he is small |
was big enough |
home and sail east to join the R.A.F.

After
to the sunny Caribbean, where calypso and
sugar cane keep life sweet, but, and 1 suppose |
the war was to blame, he could no longer
settle down there, and after a few months he
sailed east again and landed in London to|
look for work.

A well connected West Indian here took
pity on the young man (for though Ulysses
looks older than Father Time on the weather
vane at Lord’s, he is only 29) and managed |
to get him a job as a post office clerk. He
did very well in the job.

Ulysses’s health, though, was not gooc, and
for a time he was invalided from the postal
service. But he picked up and returned to
his job, and they were very glad to have such
a conscientious worker back. Then Ulysses
was absent from work again. But this time
ill health was not directly the cause. He
had been arrested for robbery.

For six months the little man was a volun-
tary patient at the hospital, and then he dis-
charged himself.

He was free again, but it wasn’t so easy
to get a job. Ulysses decided to look up his
former benefactor and he found that distin-
guished West Indian just about to leave his
office for Paris.

“Let me help you with your bags to the
station, Sir,” Ulysses begged, and he was
allowed to undertake this mission.

Ulysses’s friend was bound for some con-
‘ference in France, so they went to Victoria,
and there Ulysses was charged with guarding
a brief-case while his temporary employer
did some telephoning. When the boss came
out of the telephone box he could see no

Two hours later, Ulysses’s benefactor, who
now had a policeman with him, found the
little man. He was hanging about the Con-
tinental departure platform, and he still
carried the brief-case, but a cheque book that
had been inside the case was now in Ulysses’s
pocket.

h
\. either of Ulysses or the brief-case.

“He told me he wanted to go to the Con-

tinent and wanted to give something to his

Be
| LONDON_ sical sounds. “Unfortunately,’ Valentine line,
; The scene—a waterside cafe in she said, ‘we are still experiment- Ramadhin b ‘ line" as a
|the West Indies, The performers ing with them, because you can- We woos West Indies,
|~-West Indians from Trinidad. not get sharps or flats, so the We won the
|The instruments—a steel band music sounds a little out of tune.’ Our bowling was so fine
| with rhythm ac companiment, And ae o tage petals ne
jthe place? Studio “E” at Alex~ That, to the listeners, was part They can’t get Clyde Walcott out” as
andra Palace, in the North of of the charm. Sheila’s ping-pong a verse
| London was the end of an_ oil-drum Walter Horsburgh took the part
painted in gay colours. Her hus- of an English \ itor seeing some
| Once again, television Was pand played the kettle. Between /ocal colour and Willy Richard-
bringing all the life and vigour, them, with an accompaniment of S0n, who over here studying
the calypsoes and dances of Trin- maraccas and drums, they gave a literature at London University,
idad, into the homes of thousands creditable rendering of “Music, ©xPlained the language and dances}
of “viewers” in the U.K. The ba? Music, Music,” and “My Darling to him He. was Biowh how the
was well stocked with rum bottles. Clementine.’ The off-key melody West Indians interpret and twist
bead curtains screened the door- was very appealing if somewhat European rhythms, and how
|ways, hand-made straw and raf- surprising English is used with the stress on
\fla baskets lent an _ authentic different syllables.
|touch, and the tropical effect was To add to the general confusion ea 46 tat
heightened by one live macaw, in of a rehearsal under the blindin: eae he ‘pace ae "Riche
}glorious shades’ of sky-blue and glare of scores of lamps, the pro- Sea th Panes As’ long 9s the
| eam oo Tg sg i ll he hie Ar ne West Indies can sing and dance,
| The stars of the show, entitled tory at Lord’s. That meant dome ey, Hazen’, time oor: fighting.’
“Bal Creole,” were Boscoe Holder quick thinking on Boscoe’s part, And when he expressert a Oakes
jand his wife, Sheila Clarke, both put he finally produced something to see something 3 little fore
|}from Trinidad. They sang calyp- on the lines of primitive, Sheila wand Boscoe
!soes in the local patois, a mixture danced a Shango Ritual Dance
of Spanish, French, English and — with Boscoe taking the part of the |
|Ashanti, and danced traditional High Priest
“s ié dances. The othe ws d
Denar tees Meaniaen was Ene POCKET CARTCON This, incidentally, almost stopped
Dalla Rosa by OSBERT LANCASTE R the rehearsal and when the pro-
ducer stretched himself on the
| Boscoe, who has recently return- floor in Sheila’s place, to see if she
ed from New York, where he would be within camera range,
|studied modern ballet with the one of the technician remarked
New Dance Group, ran a show vudibl; Catching. isn’t it?
ealled “Bal Creole” in Trinidad. Lance: monte Shatin

His brother has charge of a group





there now Joscoe is an accom- m Martinique—one
plished artiste. He has a smooth captivating and flir-
jdancing technique, sings a calyp- of footwork seen
o with the right amount of abar- while
ion, and plays the piano com- Sheil then sang “Ma Little
petently Brown Boy” by Lionel Belasco,
Sheila, who sings with a voice end “Ma Cot le,” and Boscoe fol
ike melted honey, was born in the I ved: With & ¢ uypso. by Lord
quiet English country town of Kitchener ump in the Line
Dorchester. Her parents took her The Caribbean Troubadours,
to the West Indies, and she re- wer isting musically
turned later to attend convent i Pa AIS back a ARE then
school in London “opposite the ie lout Hed shirts and
Tottenham football ground.” 1 Ais 4 ‘ Shella was
She finished her schooling in ny more rilliant spectacle
the West Indies, and has been Her ddre wi carlet atid
back in England only a few “If it used to cost a penny to yellow. Enormous gold hoops hung
weeks. So far she is enjoying | go half a mile in ten minut fi her ears, matching rows of
every moment of it, and hopes fy it now costs 24d. to go a ld t round her neck. A
soon to be working with Boscoe quarter 4 a mile in 20 hrigh emerald preen scarf and
n cabaret at a well-known Lon- minutes, how soon are w« alee ; attly covered h a
don night club, which is shortly going to be both bankrupt 5 } Pee Pena ee .
& Mt ten and motionless?" whit kit lashed
re-opening. Their main difficulty t waitat
was in getting their music scored
normally they do not have to { most nusing diversion
5 out ‘ EY : i 1 ee dah eres
bother about thi Foday s Thought * } the udio jokex
( a property yr on the
The steel band was of particu- u y t 1 nvinced
lar interest_to us. Lord Baldwin, Ah, search the wide world acrs 3 ‘ conw that it
|when he was in the Leeward wherever you can, had just t 1 laid ye aa ‘
Islands, was greeted by one There is no open door for the ghia
Sheila, who played the ping-pong, moneyless man And readi over the produc-
explained that the idea a —H. T, STANTON. * Ider, I tice ‘ - the
when the poorer classes who could Lae See t of props” the following
not afford to buy instruments, The battle, sir is not to the amusing item 1 Coffee Urn, not
discovered that by heating old strong alone; it is to the practical. 4 Wooden bowls of nuts
|tins, dustbin lids, and so on, they vigilant, the active, the prac to eat, | Upright piano
‘could beat them into different brave. Period in appearance, but to
I thicknesses, and thus produce mu- —PATRICK HENRY. play in tune,

LOS ANGELES
Strength of the North Korea
invasion armies that have swept
below the 38 Parallel into and
around Seoul stems directly from

ic i i i » rigi x ; é ained by
demic in Barbados anything which resultant new Dominion should be ne 3S Og ih ag ae ihe sti
might provoke an outbreak is of called The British Caribbean Fed- 'e S0V ve Lh bette sre
public import. It is scarcely eration, and since our ge inspectec
credible in these days of Health the area in May, 1946,

lectures when the public are urged



to co-operate in raising the level this Report by the area's Legisla- the Russians was observed by
of public health, that the Sanitary tures will be slow and thoughtful our mission only after we had
authorities themselves seeking a and the necessary alterations encountered difficulties in visit
dumping ground for garbage have made Let it be remembered that ing areas we had intended to
selected a newly-built residential We have our first and only Uni- inspect
area. Those who have bought versity and that we will brook no And the taking of photographs
building sites at Brighton Beach, toying with its name, which is: to illustrate our visit, the condi
Black Rock and erected their own The West Indies University tion of Korea industries, was
bungalows have been horrified to \ : e banned under penalty of death
find that millions of flies, batten- _In Slavery, Trade, Religion,
ing on the rubbish have invaded War and Sport we have accepted The Soviet concept of “de-
their spotless homes. Smoke clouds ©Ur defeats and victories as West mox racy” seemed to involve the
from the smouldering mass, dur- Indians, and it is difficult to UN- organisation of a government
ing burning operations, have spoilt derstand how a federated West Whose aim was stated to be t
new curtains, grimed new _paint- Raeerter ae a called other than provide for the welfare of
work and made living conditions pe nited State he rhe West the masses of agricultural and
intolerable rye nay West pt See NT mn industrial workers
Borne on the air comes the United We Se Teas - This concept excluded those
aroma, nay, the stench of decaying Our Touring Cricket Team after ‘iit, dinnureed Wee aiy fa
matter. Guardians of Public '! introduction to His Majest a . ae eee ant
Health Quis custodiet custodes? | z used the same stage to twaltere’) <9 “B ritics were
WHAT ABOUT IT known to the world—as “Welfare” and critics were
7 If for no other Sidered undemocratic and rea
. I ison nowir ou ip e-
For Short faliah to Oe Heme) TAP ug ves Soviet Military Govern-
To the Editor, The Advocat¢ main West Indians ment carried out, the
SIR,—In the report of the Thanking you Sir, for space, People’s Committee 1
Standing Closer Association Com- I. V. BOVELL. land reforms and thereby a €

I do hope that consideration of

Control of the area dssumed by

























with charm,



was

girl,”
next morning when Ulysses was charged
with stealing the case.

Sir Lawrence heard out the story, and then
remanded Ulysses for more to be found out
about him. When the remand was up, the
Chief Magistrate was told that it would be
possible to send Ulysses home.

“You have anything more to say?” Sir Law-

pea asked the little man.

“Only that I desire to go home now, Sir,”
Ulysses said.

“Well, all I want to do and all the authori-
ties want to do is to get you home,” Sir Law-
rence said. “I shall sentence you to a term
of imprisonment to cover the time until you
can be shipped back, You will go to priso:

for four months. If the sailing is before, then
the Home Office
arrangements.”

With a bit of luck, at about the time the

will make the necessary

cricketing West Indians are sailing west |}
There will |

again, Ulysses will be sailing too.
be hot new calypsoes to greet and honour
the cricketers, but I doubt if there will be
an to greet Ulysses, unless there really
was something in that story about his girl.



By EDWIN W. PAULEY

considerable support from those
who benefited from these reforms.

During our stay in North
Korea we saw 1 newspapers
from the area south of 88 de-
grees, nor were any foreign news-

men allowed to enter

the Soviet

controlled area.



THE GAMBOLS



Whenever

North Korean Army

‘ we saw Soviets and there were Russians everywhere.

Koreans in contact, the Koreans The trucks which the Russians

were being ‘“‘pushed around” in used were all American lend-

the most crude and ruthless fash- lease equipment, even the jeeps

ion The “tommy-—guns” were all lend-
Our party included Martin lease.

Tosean Bennett as Chief of Staff. But the railroad is the oniy

General G,
Advisor,
Chief of Staff, Captain
rlin E, Fenical as Official Phot-
g and numerous industri-
il and chemical experts.
When we arrived at Pyongyang
were Soviet guards every
their
The
States, if he had his
entire Secret Service guard assem-
was never guard-
completely

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where
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g after visiting Kyomip’o

F. Sehulgen as Mili-

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time,

Romanenko said
veyed orders,
get in trouble because

guards might be too

orce

pictures
ied th
have th

we t
in

admonished
We told them w?
interested
that the war was over

at some of us might

means of transportation in all of
Korea, due to the fact that the
roads are unbelievably bad,

In this connection I want to
make a definite observation abou:
Korean transportation, both eco
nomically and military-wise.

n P, Hurndall as

Korea is _ entirely
upon the railroads. There would
be no other way for an army to
progress. The highways are not
sufficient for heavy
and the terrain is impossible. The
railroads were evidently
the Japanese for military reasons

We were denied visits to ha
bour areas.
many industrial
tions

However,

ever-present
President of

as were our

about

in military

cities and se
if

it would be

we were successful in
inspection, on the whole, about 60
per cent. of the installations andi
industrial plants north of the 38th
Parallel, despite restrictions
Russia’s military was building,
improving and not destroying as

we
us

these orders not
to be taken

e opportunity of it had confiscated and dismantled
ook them industry in Manchuria.
to the station at North Korea was preparing for

conflict

the war, Ulysses went home again

the policeman told Sir Lawrence Dunne

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| In November \\ ye" THESE !! *
During consideration of the Colony’s estimates last March. | * en ON ee
‘ bo MS . : ; : . ’ .
Government spokesman described this year’s budget as | SAYS SIR GEORGE SEEL | ' a
being on a “housekeeping” basis—spending on just necessi- | %
ties. The description was an apt one, for that is just how} | The results cf the work of the }% >
the average housekeeper and breadwinner has to live todav. | Caribbean Cor are ng % Ladies Magnifying Mirrors z
if he wants to keep on the right side of the Petty Debt | | Gao MSc! KCMG... Bri * Ladies Lipstick Mirrors $
. * ~ ‘a ¢ : } Veore s ‘ : 1 . + - P a Ss.
Court, or the Court of Appeal. ' | Co-Chairman of t Commissior |& $
nara ee us ene @ stroll down Bud told the Advocate yesterday x Ladies’ Eyelash Curlers 3
get ane with three men One | Sir George has just returne ‘ ~ ~
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works tor $100 a month, the other! from the tenth meeting the ‘ \ Cuticle Ni : >
W, tf +O ; 1 g of tt Nippers
all img — ay a a and the third} Commission held at Martinique x \ Pf ¥
gets $ a month more How } He said that the Commission is | \ Toe-nail Clippers -
( /p In Rear do they live? Nt a “ save | only an advisory body and car ‘ 2 shes %
money every month? ow do} draw attention to things whictl. ]% Ars Nail Scissors
z ° they pay their children’s schoo! | need to be done, but he is sur x By ae ; x
oO Ss Club fees and meet the hundred anc | that there is a general advantage |Â¥ Nail Files and Tweezers %
‘ a one day to day expenses? to be gained from the work i * Ss
Take the man with the $100 u does in pooling the experience: |< x
ORKMEN were busy yes-| Month, a wife, and two children. | on the different territories anc] . XS
terday erecting a wall at the| His food bill can hardly be less | arranging for special problems tc |& %
rear of the building which houses oe half of his salary, when you be examined by competent techni ‘ ¥
the Bay Street Boys’ Club. A! take into consideration the fact! cal experts z NIOHWT ] . . >
the Bay Street Boys’ Club. A}take into consideration the. fac < KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES &
Club is placed at the front of the}®@"_ be obtained from the gro- Successiul x %
building and inside has been| S&!¥: bis wife will need cash mone, He said that the Conference a | 46:6565466664%666066¢

Chet ob bebo
: 7 : for the in e fres + | PAPEL AOL PLO OE,
painted and a few alterations things like fresh frui



Martinique was a very successfu
: rs vegetables, fish and fresh mea:.! “APT ® PARRIS the Policewomen with kit erday morning. These girls embark- one and there was some discuss
made. This Club is the first. of . i S a CAPT PARRIS i e the licewor 1 Wi ; u MOE ne and there was some discussio! DOORS POODLE PSO TOS OOOO S SOOO POCO.
what might be a chain of Clubs Meat—Heow Much ? ed on their career yesterday and will lay the fot n for local Policewomen Of The DAM whith Mia Commismionik oT ee ee ee

to be opened by the Barbados}. How often can he afford}

ean play in making use of techni x
Folice Force for the purpose of meat, and how much of it can h:«

| e me cal assistance under the Unite x
9 7 > 7 a f States Ogrs phic
keeping boys off the streets creel t Two eee per aa tera 4Polic ew ome n H. fo Q ens New ceeeeakee eee eee . % S
. ae Le . â„¢ abou wice a week would be a e F . a Pside . . ,
oe gg ommissioner of Police good guste, @undays 4nd Wedaks W . S In 2 2 ‘iP last year and as a result, thes¢ x hiv S
. i nd ~ - a able to! days are the favourite days, anit ere W orn S projects will be under examina % C x
oh ° th ce Cha Tay ae .,| Perhaps he can either get some| | tion in the next few months. — x x
an we © Club is completed it} fish on another day of the wee} Y esterda | USCUTN a er He said that the next Wes’ |X YEN %
Serade tee eae _with : = or take fish on one of the days! y eo a Pe hele x f .
S board, dominoes, draughts,| earmarked for meat. } weno 3h Navemner ANC TE “ a bagatelle table, etc, It will Taking the prevailing prices} THE Barbados Police Force} JT am convinced that the Barbados Museum and Historical] Should) be very helpful ia /% 4



also have a boxing ring and one of meat and fish he would at

. now has four Policewomen. Ths
of the City firms has offered a this rate spend about $4.64 out

: enablin, agric ‘ 1s
ciety is an educational and cultural institution of a very g the agricultural prob %




































; e
, ; Ss bent. inte’ : lems of this area to be dis
four women who were chosen high order. and » a ’ ag .e ove . + 4 a s eurge The Humber trademark |
Meccano set. With this set the] of the budget of $50 on th to lay the foundation for the) igh order, and bears favourable comparison with those cussed, “1s ¥@. ar
> . .
boys can build a lorry, train, car,| items. Spending economically,! jocal branch of Policewom« ; of larger and wealthier cammunities, His Excellency told _ At the end of the ¢ onferenc x ‘ is your guarantee of lasting
crane, boat, aeroplane, etc., etc. the housewife might be able x! Olga Clarke, Ira Babt Cora | the gathering who attended the opening of the new gallery ii rian ae Piola ge pal * e quality, fine appearance and
Another firm has consented to] make $5 do for vegetables and] Wilkinson and Carmen Nurse at the Barbados Museum Yesterday afternoon. His Excel Briar Vicgin at eee a os % il the unrivalled strength. The
erect a canteen. ‘The garden fruit, which also form part of | were: sworn in yesterday morn-| lency ope ned the gallery nxious tet : at . a oy . "a “th * , . i
surrounding the Club is also being] the food budget. Also included] ing and became P.C. 199 Clark Thi é the Society t- for the Museum and the Society panerat aondieny tas as bela sedbeey9 > cadena
done, is oll or other fuel for cocking.| P.c, 331. Babb, P.C. 12 Wil-|cst addition-is for the purpose of ‘As I said before, 1 feel that] “He sald that the orivipelen coh ® bicycle carries this mark of
- LIC "i Few men with this salary would kinson and P.C. 388 Nurse he using 7 ieture of whic h there this ceremony is marking the of iiveliE * ee eee ae Ea x wor jetincti ,
OLICE CONSTABLES and| cook by electricity, although was a fine collection on exhibitior second stage in our progress fishir a nd th ¥ agri itural au art<1% oe
, Corporals may soon be wear-]| some of them might use gas if They were afterwards given) vecterday oar wef Raat sppointthent of Mae mate Niitenemnuciing t %
ing a jighter type of serge pants they were in an area served by| their uniforms which were ide) President of the Societ Sir| Neville Connell 1 am confi- raise the Aalst of the ster : ¥ tr wy 1p ° , y
that is more suitable for the] the Gas Company. by Mrs. G. Hope-Rodriguez, Po-| John Saint, asked His Excellency | dent that our progress will} — aoe Bt S Carr7es as
tropics. Thes* light pants are at; Next in importance, if not} lice contract tailor. The uniform) te open the eallerv. Bef ing | be rapid, and if a similar Difficult Time $
present only being worn by the| panelly ores at is ereenaee during training will be khaki he told the audience } ceremony to this is held x Madr, 0
Sargeants. 0 live, he does not have the] skirt and Police hirt earlier in| } 15 years hence we should have At the present moment, they |
The Commissioner said yester-{ 8004 fortune to own a house of his] the day and a blue serge skirt; It was almost. exactly fiftes n| greater achievements to recall, [are having ; difficult time because x
Gay that he feels the ‘lighter own he walk probably pay at the] with red seam and ume irt years ago that Sir Mark Young! | am quite sure too that this} thei) principal market is in St x °
material is more suitable and ee 64 eee aa re oe during the evening who was then Governor of th j luseum will have become of Thomas in the U.S. Virgin I lands ‘ perfection
wants to issue it to all his men n e does lat, 7 is gon | colony, opened the Jubiles nore and more importance to] and there is a dispute in St.J%
. : from his salary When they complete trainin Gallery The opening of that! the island and its cultural devel-|Thomas about the purchasing x
wim REFERENCE to speedy he and go on duty they will wear, gallery, I think, marked the} opment arrangements which means that %
motorists, the Commissioner Goodbye to $81 a tunic, of a different design beginning of the Barbades| I want to thank His Excellency | the markets are virtually closed at x \
said that the driving is improv- For a family of four the laun-] than that worn by the men, and! Museum, or at any rate it I} very much indeed for coming here} the moment, and the Virgin x x
: - a ; , dry bill is not likely to be much] » bluc serge skirt consider was the first stage of |this afternoon to open this gallery. | Islanders are unable to dispose of 1%
ing but there are still a few ; : x 2
motorists who exceed the speed less than $8 a month, and tae} the development of the Mussum.|We all know what a very busy] their catt*e. x x
limit. He said that the P Nae - Electric Company will claim abo it In an interview with the Ad- | This ceremon thi fter man he is, and how very hard- He hopes that difficulty wil! % “DP 8
still ” gettin the § ? Tra ©! $3 for lighting, if he is charged at{vocate” yesterday, Col. R T. |which H Excellency + Gov vorking and very conscientious.{be solved fairly soon and is{?® . %
The speed limit in ee eee i as the rate of 18 cents a unit plus; Michelin, Commissioner of Po-)ernor wili perfort i We are all very grateful to him | arranging for Mr Frampton, the x o>
re ao. ae over-charge. That makes $81] lice, said, “The four Policewomen! what I think, is t the interest he has taken in! Agricultural Adviser to C.D. & W.1%
see aa ees ill ke wie accounted for. | started their career to-day. They | in t evelopmer ie Muse nee he has been]and Mr. Gordon, the Construc % §
» a motorists wh eep to Transportation to and from} will live in barracks at the Dis- The fevelopment which |} here tional Engineer, to visit Tortols | %
these speeds they will save them-/work must also be taken into| trict “A” Station and go through|taken place over that period has,| It is now my privilege and hon- in September to discuss the gen. |% The Aristocrat of all Bicycles %
selves the Fayed of getting a! account, and depending on the] the same training as the men re-|in my opinion, been a re le }our pal ya His Excellency to open | eral agricultural and communica- ; ¥
Summons, he said, distance from place of work, and} cruits that recently arrived at|achievement when one considers |the gallery tions problems with Mr. Cruick »
In answer to a question about| supposing that he has to use the} the Training School.’ the almost complete lack of funds | shank, the C 8 » f »
4 v Ll S aining § 0 ‘ } a = ank, the ommissioner of the
pedestrians on the main streets] bus, this can easily ruin to $5. All which the Council has had | Galle ry Opened Virgin Islands S %
01 the City, the Commissioner} work and no play will make Jack | able for its development p! I, His eae ee Lay tape 6 On his way back to Barbados % x
said that a large number ofj|a dull boy, so something must be} jthe entrance 0 te gallery and | Sir George spent a couple of day: 1Â¥
pedestrians still stand on the!taken out for entertainment. Two! Jud FES Strike Out Remarkabie Progress jdeclared the gallery opened in Antigua. He said that the sugar |% x
pavements and gossip. This adds]theatre shows a month would Bes 2 I, nes those of us who Pag tee tre ge cia whe cee srowing district’ there is very :
3 F 4} average nearl i, mn . OOK ack over that period j r resiaent, les anc renue- | much like Be rbados exce tha! *
to the congestion of the City and | average nearly $1. _ h ae Traffic Case admit that the remarkable »-|men, so often a Governor finds hea oh shi Not ic nial ated and | AR I ON'S
he has kindly requested pedes- Many men join’ what are eee ores “a OE at ay , it has not the good fortune of [%
trians to cooperate by keeping on} locally known as “meeting i ed tana| ence Which has been made-—the |When he comes along to make a] this island in having an abundant |}
a p > P turns’ so as to put some cash| A decision of Mr. W. A. Har-|conversion of prison cells into gal- |speech, that all those very good water supply % BROAD ST. XY
the move. a per, Police Magistrate of District |leries such as these. the constr points he had taken great care to Awitinis » ¥
aside for a couple of months and ich was reversed yesterday by |tion of museum binet i r t te ha lread been expressed T eateacs Oaks eet era h : LOCAL AGENTS
¥ . ig ye #4 8 as V dyes ay nuse cabinets, in fact |nete has already b ‘x presse the workers were « _ ay ¢
EON TAYLOR, alias “Pasero”, beh Ghee Wee rman Mur Mr. J. W. B. Chenery and Mr. 'the creation of a museum-—is}and noted by the person who i ¥ ork vere still cutting the i >
who escaped from custody That is often used to provide H. A. Vaughan, Judges of the As-|largely due to the vision and the }opens the function Ott ec Et aeneek to Antah g DIAL 2364.
while being conveyed by the clothing, hay mBy ” Ay RAYS sistant Court of Appeal Mr. Har-|energy of our hard-work ng Sacto earn x
Police van along Searles about Johns it pr sont amonth} jer had fined John Da Silva ot|tary Mr. E. M., Shilstone | i, Mave PekOD) 8 APOE NtOrOS | the water froat strike rep % — $
five months ago, was recaptured | 10% ‘there is just $9 left, and| Wellington Street £2 when he} TI do not think we should allow! i” the Journal of the Society.) 4d by the wa much behind hand. |® %
at Ellerton, St. George at about Now there is just $9 left, anc 7 ound } tuilty of hav-{an occasion such as thic t: .) because the first publication 4 ‘ : und hand, 1 ¥% INSIST ON THE ORIGINAL & GENUINE STURMEY-ARCHER 3- OR 4-8PEED QEAR %
al , eorg' t the‘ ati turn’ there had found him guilty of an ion such ; thi pa 8 b4
7.00 p.m. on Saturday. P.Cs. pears Ga ier cee ne ipl ing failed to stop the motor van|without conveying to him the| ew above Revtacice paras } 8 %
Brewster and Niles made the /{S5 “Ss ase sie pit} M.2397 before entering the Car-|thanks of the Society ; #ournal of the Barbados I UsCe G ¥
avnaat: = Se ee ere eee er riage way of the major road on} As you know, during the last} ng aes wooey . ane | AROUND THE OOOO OOOO OCOD
Taylor ie wanted in connection | > © eae my a :| Thickets Road, ‘St. Philip jyear the Government has t} Dir John Mackherson took with 4
and that will cost 36 cents on the




A a char . aki financially possible for the
a arge se-| in, :

ro ahs Of RGUs-EESRANS lanes: ‘ : Their Honours decided that nojcil to appoint a I

im Now He Tears His Hair offence was proved and struck cut €

aa BOAT “Endeavour” There is pocket money for the the case.

overturned when about three

him from here to Nigeria. Wher

I came here I found in ihe W 7 yy
Governor's office a number o WA TERFRONI
bound volumes which I read anc
studied, and I also had ihe |



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rites ‘oft Pitts Village at about | a te Spuceue: Maxi wage ot ce were bout TH WEEN ~CONSTRUCTING
3.45 p.m. on Saturday. The boat 3 t eonaldaralt 4aotthe arentanl | into the island yesterday when
sunk but the crew — Field flue that there should Baan ine the Franklyn D R arrive
Mayers of King William Street, atitirtion-ot 4 kind in Barbados, | *â„¢ |
Donald Mayers of Clevers Hill ind havir een the institution Other cargo brought were 6
7 vs : : Bare ’ a tons of firewood, 1,000 bags of | OR REPAIRING A
St. Joseph, and Herman Eastmond ind having read the Journal, Lam | oj crcoal. 102 pieces of greenheart +
of St. Lawrence were rescued by convinced that the Society is an}ing 48 wallaba posts, —
a launch owned by Mr. McKen- educational and cultural institu Donkey carts, mule carts an
zie of Neils, St. Michael, who was Hon Of .@ veri high order and lirycks going to and fro loaded BI JILDING
cruising around. pees "Bayes ae ee with bags of coals were the chief
The crew were afterwards Pe Pate reer and wealthier | sbjects for the congestion on the
taken to the Harbour Police Sta- waterfront yesterday
ton, “Endeavour is covered by Rebuild Cells One aoe Ww pile loading ®
insurance. "4 aud to eee tartan ki ae cart wi h ooa we ae y |
uch y a bag wh pe +
EONARD SMALL of Sober’s Cet of the Museum in this | -ver trom n schooner’s deck and ALWAYS USE
Lane reported that hig house Ses i ft & a fo bi : nameine vraoped to the ground inches
was broken and entered last Hn MEL TSEEL Ta reg li 3 of “old | ‘Way from his right foot
week and a quantity of clothing ry it oldsaatt ‘oat wt Se Aes The water in the careenage was]
and other articles, to the value of it | been possible to reconstruct | 18 0% ellowish colour vester
$40.52, removed.

They are the property of!
Frank Haynes of Hinkson’s Gap,
St. Lawrence .

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HE LOSS of a_ quantity of |

ry, ¥ hat « 1ot prevent some 7 A : !
ha old cella of the Weititary Prien : he ue i ie k nt Y et 4 r 7 vr â„¢ 2
in developing this Museum and Luckil ¢ ah, oe “. hi : ee ° 4
produce such an attractive gallery : aware ore
) he financial side it h , Bee : : ro : i

be made possible initially by









rift from Mr. Robert Challen

groceries to the value of| ‘ upplemented by Societ
$24.14 was reported by James A. | ( Also I should mentior
Tudor of “Lemon Grove”, West- | that the work was carried out | , 9 CUFT _ on .
bury Road. He stated that his| Mr. Miles Cecil who gener | ASBES ] OS-CEMEN
shop at“Harmony Hall was _ brok- | BEE: ou ve his ervice nal |
en and entered during Friday iain wpe rvised the ork free of
night and the groceries removed.) i k f tt HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERN hares ee fe Bits
rTHE POLICE BAND, under} Kids, and pocket money for the HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR eutting the ribt lis new Gallery will house the ‘ ‘
: ce C. E. Raison, will play | wife and ditto for the husband ing the new wing of the Museum yesterday afterno« collection of W pe colours and ce IRRUGA I ED
4 st aennaite, £ ’clock this |If he is a smoker it is worse and Drawings generously presented by |
¢ fear \ Sk cae if he likes to “treat the boys on ————_————] Mrs. Lucy Carrington Wertheim

occasions, you can imagine him is - a well known London collector of ! = = }
| month after month tearing his hai: Col IRT SHORTS paintings and drawings. I have 4 a s 5 ‘ 4 ~ \
eyq.\in desperation — figuratively of uready found the temporary oc <= \ Ling ! '
Threatened To Kill: |course, because if he did it liter- cupants of the Gallery—this col- | COUGH LOZENGES i
ally, it would perhaps save the Two youngsters were yester-, Granville Brewster of Peter-| ection of West Indian prints cp
Bound Over barber’s expense.

|
ay remande. 5 xist eC nos ‘resting and I would wish | p
day remanded by magistrate C.L.| kins Road was yesterday re-|â„¢0St interesting Wonderfully fective
Managing a budget on such} Walwyn when they appeared on a that some could take up perman- vonceryully effective | )
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In ordering Crawford to sign | months rent or grocery bills to|days or undergo one month’s in

died ick r ' +

| residence. H a re ‘ ire that

a decision of Mr, G. B. Griffith,| Now the man who rates $150 pi ca” Cas |
City Police Magistrate Crawford|a month is in a better position, | , neon Tayior alias I ro” of}
was also ordered to pay 7/8 ap-|if he does not let the sound of srittons Hill

Honorary Trea

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iby perfec ci nin I plant the seed in the

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i manded when he appeared be nt residence here ~ : .
ry sale S a also] charges of breaking and enter- eens ent r n ier

RD of the Ivy, a salary calls for skill and charg g nter Si ; at

ar aa Pes yesterday put| for creditors who will not send] ing a shop with intent to commit| §' teh rig ale aa Nhotiabe Glalines? ——— gins ti

ya bond to keep the peace for| you a blue paper if you miss] a felony Beer te eer. ee sete a & Fis =—_———

thr a Ponti by Mr. J. W. B.| paying a bill for a month or two p ] me a, ich 2 1e p on thet. SoU d mention that the

Chenery and Mr H, A Vaughan,; Just the same this kind of cred For working i gall i horse on ae eer e and “ val ¥ pe Ap ( plan to _ complete the

Faene oe the Assistant Court of| itor is perhaps the best for a July 10, James Brathwaite of nih be vee aan nee : ro (cham adrangl b eee P

A eel Their Honours found him} man with a small salary be j Grosvenor Road, was yesterday | Stated v mitted Ji j hy ne remain ig ttre cells in (

guilty of having threatened to kill} cause he is kept on the toes. It | seared. by. n 13) t ie H = Beventy-Tour -veariad ther ler Lbs : : ci ewe

Agatha Ifill on May 19. would never do for say wol Talma to pay a fine of 20/- j if ah Curnty hi Pat ery aa cea ed

the bond. Their Honours confirmed, overtake him. prisonment ere i of the ier £250 and fee!



“ORtS te ealary t s head. True,} 9M charges of ind en- | autop: ani tributed tr of benefactors which may d
peal costs sed. atte? |e cen ont SBEUS woken Tein chime the ise of {natural caust into a second new gallery
The offence occurred after | he can eat a little better, live in a . Be ‘ nea m i i cubed sane
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Crawford heard that Ifill had/|better, or at least a more expen
kicked his sister. He held Ifill by!sive house etc., but he will have| and stealing

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her throat and said he would|to keep within certain limits, i of £14 3s, ld. Included in these | One te en os on ee oe ea ‘ BREAK FAST CARRIERS
kill her. The Court told him that|he wants to save any money are 3 pairs of scissors 2 pen m ‘
EARTHENWARE |

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he should not take the law in his | one clock, ; rist watch one
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ae g . H ll be able to see the bank} pair of grey flanne t door B
own hands a pee Ur nees on depositing| kell and 4 knive | JUST ARRIVED-

more often, can perhaps afford | . | A FRESH SHIPMENT OF
an insurance policy to help pre | Magistrate G. B Griffith ir j
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Court of Grand Sess , about getting a house of his d as oi é

10.00 a.m _ Adon the same system. ‘g H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. y ‘ i es
Meeting House of Assembly || rie same position, just a littl Distributors

Stl oa om Cottage magnified, obtains for the ; r th { ai Te cae dae ie eae
Mobile Cinema, “ag hundred-a—monther. It is not plain 4/2 fron I on J ( ; J CET.

Plantation Yard, St sailing to-day, if you want ie ride he case wv t it u i ont te a Gee @ a a e a e

George, at 7.30 p.m jsafely over the financial breakers| hearing te H. A.! a SBaS@QSGQ BQGBHREBBE A Se git dae

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JESDAY J 1, 1956
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Telephone 2598.

NOTICE

PARISH OF ST. LUCY

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are

| FOR RENT





















Tenders, including specifications,

May White 1 William De invited for repairs to the Rectory (sub- |
Freits (husband) family wish| === = er - = Sere of the Legislature)
through this medium to thenk all those} and additional Nurse’s quarters at the
who attended the funeral, sent wreaths, | HOUSES cae il b !
or otherwise sympathised with them in ‘a a a pplications w e received by the
their recent bereavement occasioned! , “BRIGHTWOOD"—On sea — St. undersigned up to Saturday 22nd July,
through the death of their dear one | L@wrence Gap From August Ist. { 1950 OSWALD L. DEANE, Vestry
Pearl Flaine Le Freits, it being impos. | F¥lly furnished. Apply to L. Weather-| Clerk, St. Lucy, 8.7.50—4n
sible to do so individually | oom “Elreposa"’ Worthing or Phone

¢tomaai a 11.7.50—2n
11.7.5€ nic | NOTICE
CAR—Private Ford Prefect ev ailable
IN MEMORIAM | August to November. Most reusonable Application for one or more vacant
terms, Responsible party Ring St. Michael's Vestry Exhibitions at Har-

In loving memory of our dear father | Evenings. 5.7 50.—én. | a be Yeu be received by a

HAYWOOD who died on July| “ho e ry up to 4 o’c
Tith jast yeer ¥| FULLY FURNISHED BUNGALOW—| P.m., on Wednesday July 12, 1950
Gone but not forgotten On the seaside, Prospect, St. James Candidates must be the sons of par-

3 bedrooms.

Lauril, Ina, Vera (daughters), Elo2 From Ist August to ap-| ‘fhioners in straitened circumstances and |
(son), Emily Farnum (sister). proved tenant. Not less than 4 months. | Must not be less than (9) nor more than
’ 11.7.50-—In For particulars ring 2759 (15) years of age on 30th June, 1950,

11,7.50—3n | to be proved by a Baptismal Certificate
which must accompany the application.

Forms of application can be obtaines
at the Vestry Clerk’s Office.

By Order E. C. REDMAN,





In loving memory of a faithful wife
end mother Lilian Small, laid to rest
on July 11, 1948.

She lived her Saviour to adore

“GRANDALE,” St. Matthias Gap,
Hastings. Unfurnished, two-storey stone-
wall, 3 bedrooms, ete., garage, servants’

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HARBOUR L0G.

123 Killed
In Colombia
Karthquakes

. @ from page 1

istry of the Interior announced
it was working on a Decree of
National Aid to the stricken area.

President Ospina Perez sent a
message to the Governor saying
the disaster had “affected _me
profoundly” .

Worst hit village according to
the message from the Governor
was Arboledas where 70 people
were killed.

Casualty figures given for other
villages were: Cucitilla: 40 dead
and nearly all houses destroyed.
Barrientos: 3 dead. Quedramonda:
5 dead. Monte Cristo: 5 dead.

From Cucuta, close to
Co’ombia-Venezuela border,
strong tremors were reported
Epicentre of the quake | was

the
21







And meekly all her suffering bore Seal Avaliable August Ist. Ferreira! _ Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry
es loved and all resigned to Goa | 78%! | "Parechiny Buble,
or murmured at His chastening rod ROOMS— Cool & 1 Bridgetown : 50—8:
ah ved al the rest, and peaceful thy| nished, Hastings ete at _ . ani >
eepin Sea Bathing. Dial 4669 SAINT VINCENT
God's way is best and th are ino ; bake se SA
3 I ou are 9.7.50—1n. | SERVICE Now makes possible idea!



holidays.

Ever to be remembered by S R THE SNUGGERY F
° y s + near Brandon’s Under one man.
ois ae ee Aileen, Doris, Enid.| Reach. 3 bedrooms well txtvaae. RATHO MILL TOWER HOTEL
: remae, turiel (daughters), John/ electric light, bath and toilet Appréved St. Vincent
terbert (brother), Keziah Herbert) tennent ready for the 15th July, 1950 and
(sister), E, Small (brother-in-law) 11.7.50—In. SUNNY CARIBBEE
Ee 11.7.50—1n on-the-sea Bequia Island

ee
WOODVARE—Pine Hill for Rent fur-

offers all that can be di :
nished. Mid September to mid January. jenired. Beautt

In loving memory of ANNIE DICK. ful scenery, sea-bathing, fishing, excel
* . . >

SON who died 9th July, 1944



i SPLENDID COOL position — Ph lent cuisin
eR ee ee) nee GE eae i1.7.50--in | $1 B.W.T. per day. For further detail
The deepest impressed on my heart end reservations.





And the tablet so faithful in
must be chill
Ere a line of that image depart

ERROL G. ROOKS,
Box 47,
Saint Vincent.

death

Thou were torn from my side when

FOR SALE
I treasured thee most—

——__——_—_—!__—
When my reason could measure thy AUTOMOTIVE |



worth;
When I knew but too well that the] ~~

idol I'd lost - e CAR—Vauxhall 14 h.p. Saloon 1948
Could be never replaced upon earth, | ™Od¢!—1,900 miles, in excellent condi-

tion—Courtesy Garage Dial 4616.

8.7.50—3n

By ELIZA COOK.
Raymond, Barbara and Roland Cab-
ral, Margaret, Warner, Rosalind, Piper.
11.7.50—1n

CAR—Vauxhall. Velox 18 h.p. Per-
fect Condition two tone paint work









BARBADOS
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS

—Plaintift
MORTIMER PHIPPS Defendant
IN pursuance of an Order in this

believed to be nearby in Bogota
itself where three light tremors
were felt.

Father Jesus Emilio Ramirez,
Director of the Geophysical In-
stitute in the Colombian Andes
said that the earthquake was the
“most violent of the last twelve
years” and comparable with that
which destroyed villages in North
Caldas and South Antioquia re-
gions in February 1938. There
were four tremors on Saturday
with their epicentre shout 230
miles from Bogota in the region
of Cucitilla and Arboledas. They
were felt throughout Colombia
and in eastern Venezuela.

Colombian Minister Rozas said
that the “villages of Cucutilla,
Arboledas, San Jose de Avila
San Jose de Montana and Carmen
de Nagareth have been half des-
troyed. Salazar, Durania, Muti-



PAGE SEVEN







Weekes Has

| Cartilage Trouble
In Carlisle Bay |

Is Persia Threatened
By The Reds?

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ARRIVALS that he will be « > to las ) <
sg ros Cottica under Skipper N. until the tour is Pe Son * PARIS July 10 Government succeeded in 1946 in
nm in. ow he > Conservative eve Ws epre tter $ t

: When I told him I h: heart. r€ vening news repr ittempt at autonomy
ann re D. R under | Pg hte pen ee inate peers ae ones a. a for Azer b iijan ’ Le Monde asked
a DEPARTURES oe the third Test his reply was “ ts ommunist a ac on outh T he situation is then singularly
hooners: “Philip H. Davidson,’ “y vait, Pl show th - orea might be followed by simi- like that of Korea toda Soviet
‘Augustus B. Compton”, “Sunshine ou just wait, PM show them.” [jar action in Persia. troops had withdrawn | ng be-

R", ‘Mary M. Lewis’. | Nevertheless despite his cheer- “It must be admitted that the hind them a Con mun st Gover
ful opamisen, Weekes must be a exposed position of Persia and the ment “whic h the Persian. "Army

In Touch With Barbados |°rried man. He had difficulty in| interventionist traditions of Rus- eliminated with American help

Sta % walking on Saturday and was sia with regard to that country ‘The questio : whethe ;

Coastal tion limping badly as he climbed up make it today a disturbing point pres nt 7 orld “yeh z the fitustion

. Baw anon “a . ae : a oF ; Ph EEOC
CABLE AND WIRELESS (W.L) Lio . the Pavilion steps at Northamp-|{¢ Monde declared, is more nse and more favour-
advise that they can now communicate |*OMshire county ground Eventual attack might take on able to the U.SS.R__ ths four
with the following ships through their Northamptonshire masseurithe appearance of a Communist years ag th t ne tr ( ; a
Barbados Coast Station:— worked on him on Saturday and : i. se cll gp Aen

S.S. Delphic, § S. Vinni, SS. Sun-
dale, S.S. Yvonne, S.S. Pathfinder,
$.S. Benny Skou, S.S. Cristalina, $.S
Sen Gaspar, S.S. Hecuba, 8.38
Sie 2 S. Prospector, This cartilage had apparently
fain ae SS RREEOTE tices. been worrying him for several

Land, S.S. Federal, SS. Sein, S years however and Weekes is
Esso Springfield, S.S. Orinoco, §.§ | Wondering whether it is a legacy , &
Gascogne, S.S. Ariguani, S.S. Hellas.j}of his football playing days. It

revolt supported from the outside. decided to begin its action against
Would General Razamaras’ (Per- Persia and carry it further,” Le
sian Premier's) forces suffice to Monde. added
smother it, as those of the Teheran

again to-day and Weekes told me
this evening that he was feeling
much easier.

~Reuter.














PUBLIC

AUCTION

By Public competition at our Office,
James Street, on Friday, the 14th July,
1950 at 2 p.m 5,984 sq. ft. of land
(vith frontages both on James Street
and Busby's Alley) together with the
buildings thereon the property of the
Est. of Mrs. M. EB. G. Wiles, dec’d.

For further particulars and conditions
of Sale apply to:—

HUTCHINSON & BANFIFLD,
Solicitors; Jamey Street

SALES













UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER

I HAVE been instructed to sell by
public competition on the spot on
Thursday 13th July at 2 p.m. the
dwelling-house called ‘‘Mayaro’’ situate
at Rockley, Christ Church The same
consists of open verandah to the front,
Crawing and dining rooms, 2 bedrooms,





kitchenette, toilet and bath. It has a
pine floor throughout, and the roof is
shingled. Same must be sold. For in-
spection apply D'Arcy A Scott,
Magazine Lane. 11.7.50—4n,
REAL ESTATE

—_———_

SHOP AND SHED 21 ft. x 21 ft.
Apply: Jim Gibbs, Holders Hill, St
James 11,7,50—2n

LANL Desirable building site at
Graeme Hall Terrace Dial 3430.

1.7,50—t.f.n

“SANDGATE”, Hastings, standing on
2.940 square feet of land on the seaside
of Hastings Road.

The House contains, drawing and din-
ing room, enclosed gallery on three
sides, two bedrooms with dressing;
rooms, kitchenette, toilet and bath up-
stairs with usual rooms downstairs and

two flights of steps to sea Gas,
Electric and Water.
Inspection

any day by appointment
Phone: No 2868.

The above will be set up for sale ta
public competition at our office on Friday
the 2ist day of July 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Incas Street
11,7.50—10n



HOUSE-One (1) Gable Wail House, |
Shop, Kitchen and out office situated



at Well House, St. Philip together with
a % acre of land. Apply to James
Hunte, Crane, St. Philip

11.7.50-—1n

AT VENTNOR ROCKLEY ABOUT
76,500 sq). feet [building land with
water supply on site. All or part for
sale, Apply Box 44 C/o Advocate Co

11.7.50—In,

“MEVROSE", -—Tth Avenue, Belleville,
3 Bedrooms, Gas in Kitchen, standing

: approximately 9,000 sq. ft. Lawn
east of house Apply on premises or
ring 3252





11.7.50—3n







A qualified NURSE for St Joseph's
Almshouse at a_ salasy of $60.44 per
month. Applications with Certificate to
be forwarded to the rochial Medical



than

Officer, “Ellangowan,"’.not later
Monday, 17th July, 1950,
Any Further Particulars can be ob-

tained from the P.M.O
A. A. B. GILL,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
St. Joseph
8.7.50—Tn

MISCELLANEOUS

Wanted to purchase One



(1) Liquor

Licence. Apply S. E. Cole & Co.,
Ltd. 27 Roebuck St. Dial 4293

7.7 —t.f.n

Persons to listen to ‘Jeffreys Beer

Landy de Montbrun and his artistes, to
be broadcast over Radio ieee

‘ — 9.15 p.m. on 12th July.
eo “s 24.6.50—16 n.

For Rent or Boarding Two (2) Gen-
tlemen Large double Bedroom for the

right Party near to city. Ot toe ;



WANTED TO BUY
OLD SEWING MACHINES, Out of
use, bought here. Mrs. Vaughn, King’s

ild & Probyn Sts
Street or Fairch’ 8.7.50—2n

BS—One (1) Badminton Set. One
iis emeatr Set. One (1) Deck Tennis

sg 1.
Set. Phone 3753—342 11.7.50—3n

PERSONAL





The public are hereby warned agetnat
giving credit to any person or ge Fn
whomsoever in my name as I do: 26
hold myself responsible for anyone
contracting any debt or debts in my
name unless by a written order signed

by me

ry, St. Michael
pre 9.7.50—2n

Sore Mouth

Loose Bloody Teeth

Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and
Loose Teeth mean that you have
Pyorrhea, Trench Mouth or perhaps
yme bad disease that will sooner or
use your teeth to fall out and
also cause Rheumatism and

Trouble. Amosan stops gum







Hea rt
bleeding the first day, ends sore mouth

nd quickly tightens the teeth. Iron
clad guarantee, Amosan must make
your mouth well and save your teeth
or money back on return of empty
pack~ ye. Get Amosan from your chem-

ist today. The
Amosa

guarantee pro-
For Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth

tects you. @

| Moore,

Signed ETHELBERT KNIGH T,

trum specially fitted for the better

carrying of more luggage. Ring R. S.|

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

CAR—One Morris (8) Car in good cgon-
dition. Price reasonable, apply to V. E.
cor. Passage & Baxters Roads

5.7.30—6n.

Singer Sports ROADSTER in excel-

lent condition mileage just over 4,
COLE & CO., Ltd. 71 50 bn

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRIC VULCANISERS — Stenor,
for a perfect vulcanise Job. Also patches
in various sizes. Courtesy Garage Dial
4391. 8.7. 50—3n

———————
REFRIGERATOR. — American Gibson,
in good working order. Can be seen at













W. S. Monroe & Co., Ltd. High Street.
11.7.50—3n
FURNITURE
FURNITURE—One (1) Large Mahog-
any Sideboard, (1) Mahogany Wagon
with Cupboard, (1) Plain Deal Top
Table (3) feet sq.) All in good con-
dition Apply Mrs. Gale, No. 3 Gar-
den Gap, Worthing. Dial 8295.
5.7.50.—4n
LIVESTOCK



MULES—One (1) dozen mules with or
without carts. Apply Ellesmere Plan-
tation, St. George 11.7.50—3n.

MISCEL) ANEOUS

ATTENTION—Just
shipment of Brands Chicken Essence,
fw the Invalid and Convalescent,
Strengthening and nutritious for build-

ing the body up. Obtainable at Knight's
Drug Stores 9.7.50,2n,

received a new

CLOTHING — Lady from Canada
wishes to dispose of Black Velvet and
Crepe dresses slightly worn also variety
of American shoes, sizes 6.AA. Dial
3390. 11.7.50—3n

GUINEA GRASS—At Passage House
Passage Road. D. H. Roach. Telephone
2647. 11,7.50-—3n

ee
GALVANIZE Pipes 1%, and 2 inches
also Galvanize flexible conduit in sizes

linch and 1% inches, Enquire Auto
Ty re Company, Trafalgar Street. Phone
2696 8.7,50-—t.f.n.



er teecnenseineienenareinennnen

MUM-—Stop, Just in time for the hot
weather. Mum in two sizes. A safe
and refreshing deodrant, used by every
one Obtainable at Knight's Drug
Stores 9.7.50—2n.

NEEDLES for your record Player...
et) kinds including Ruby and Sapphire
semi-permanent needles to play several
‘nousand recordings.

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50—t.f.n

NEW PLATTERS—Dinah Shore, Frank
Sinatra, Bing and all the rest. Come
nd get, but quick.

A. BARNES & CO., LTD.
24.5.50—t.f.n

PYE LTD. offer the model 99G 6 yplt
aliwave battery radio for Schooners
for those desirous only of listenifig
(not sending). This radio will enable
weather reports transmitted from n
Juan to be heard anywhere in the
Ceribbean. Enquiries to Pye Ltd. P.O.
Box 260. Tel. 3248.

7.1.50.—gn.







PYE LTD. offer Schooner owners the
PYE “DOLPHIN” two way radio tele-
phone, enabling communication th
ways over several hundred miles.
These shipments can be seen in Bar-
bados. Enquiries to PYE LTD., P.O.
Box 260, Bridgetown. Dial or




PYE LTD. have appointed
depots in every island of the Caribbean
to serv.ce Schooner radios, when neces-
sary. Full details from Pye Ltd,, P.O.
Box 260, Bridgetown, Dial 3248.

services| Salary according to qualifications.

Court in the abeve action made on the! zoua,
3rd day of July 1950, I give notice to
all persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumbrance
effecting all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Jacksons in the
parish of Saint Michael in this island
containing by admeasurement two roods
one and one fifth perches or there-
abouts abutting and bounding on lands
of one Bispham on lands of one Banfield
on lands of one Padmore and on a road
in common ten feet wide leading ty
the public road or however else. the
same may abut and bound to bring
before me an account of their said
claims with their witnesses, documents
and vouchers, to be examined ly me
on any Tuesday, or Friday between the
hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'dlock in the
efternoon, at the Office of the Clerk of
the Assistant Court of Appeal at the

Charachira, Le Eonjuana.
Rochalema, Pamplinita and Pam-
plona are seriously affected.”
—Keuter.



North Koreans
Prepare Attack

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reported to be thrusting at Taejon
down this “backdoor” corridor east
of a frontal assault. Two northern
regiments were wiped out there
yesterday by South Koreans.

Tokyo headquarters announced

Court House, Bridgetown, before the| that 71 Korean tanks had been
Set eer Saha ane ee) oe veer destroyed and 59 others damaged
suc! mu iy pe anke : ‘ Lae
according to the nature and priority Since June 25. Combined forces
thereof respectively; otherwise «uch | in Korea knocked out 272 trucks
persons will be precluded from the | and damaged 184 and destroyed 56
benefit of the said Decree, and be! locomotives
deprived of all clai a ae
eeetee ts coe nim on or against Allied airforces lost 20
Claimants are also notified that they planes up to to-day not count-

must attend the said Court on Wednes-
day, the 27th day of September 1950, at
10 o'clock a.m. when their said claims
will be ranked

Given under my hand this 3rd day of

ing five Skymasters and one
Australian Mustang reported
missing.

Communists lost 41 planes. Gen-

July 1950. 7 tage eral Stratemeyer said there was no

Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court Come ee aes Russian pilots were
of Appeal. | flying for the Northerners.

11,7.50—3n Americans are using the new fire

bomb napalm. It is a jelly like
substance dropped in special tanks
which explode on impact. In a
broadcast to-day the Korean radio
said that Korean Prime Minister
Kim Tr Sen said that half a million
people had volunteered for the
North Korean forces since the out-



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BARBADOS,

*
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
RICHARD STANLEY NICHOLLS

—Plantt} break of wer, The broadcast re-

MORTIMER * va? Fie Deeraent ported by Moscow claimed that all
réby given y

virtue of an Order ef the Assistant Koreans supported the Northern

armies.

General MacArthur has ad-
vised the Defence Department
of the United States that
“great improvement” is indi-

Court of Appeal dated the 3rd day of
July 1950, there Will be set up for’ sale
to the highest bidder at the Office of
the Clerk of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown,



ketween the hours of 12 (noon) and

2 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday,| cated in the holding capabili-
the 29th day of See ee = ties of South Korean troops.

that certain piece or parcel o' lan

situate at Jacksons in the parish of A U.S. Naval spokesman said

that British and American units
were continuing to patrol the east
and west coast of Korea.—Reuter.

Saint Michael in this island containing
by admeasurement two roods one and
one fifth perches or thereabouts abutting
and bounding on lands of one Bisphara
on lands of one Banfield on lands of
one Padmore and on a road in common







ten feet wide leading to the public road NOTICE
or however else the same may abut and
bound and if not then sold the said TENDERS for conveying paupers
property will be set up for sale on] (a) From any part of the Parish to the
every succeeding Friday between the Almshouse.
seme hours until the same is sold for a] (b) From the Almshouse to the General
sum less than £50, 0. 0. Hospital will be received by me up to

Dated this 3rd day of July 1950 July 18th 1950

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the Public that the octagonal bronze 3d. coins will be put into circu-
lation by the Banks shortly, as silver 3d. pieces are no longer minted
by the Royal Mint.

These coins should be readily accepted as they are legal tender,
but, owing to their heavier weight, they should not be generally
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WEST INDIES 431—8; NORTHANTS 215—

Christiani Seores 130;

Ramadhin Bowls Well

NORTHAMPTON, July 10
With three wickets to fall Northampton needed 63 russ t
avert the follow-on against the West Indies touring team
here when the second day’s play ended. They wer
215 for seven wickets after the opening pair, Brookes ane
Oldfield had defied six bowlers to put on 110 for the firs
wicket in two hours five minutes.
Ramadhin, the spin be
missed Brooke v for

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ing five four and then
bowled the Aust Tox
Livingston two ri ater for a
duck. Barron joined Oldfield t
put on 63 for he ird ické
before Olcdfield was run out for ar
i active 85
r whi i
ifiel list
breakd
falling for ai
the pinner of } }
Gomez, wh bov re
accuracy for a k I
Jakeman and Nutt t
attack until Joh c
Nutter he ll of
day. Jz n batted 75 minuie
for his ten
The West Indies had declared
lunch for 431 for eight wicke
Christiani completed a fi 18i
3% hours thirty-five minutes a
was then run out, Fe por
ticularly strong in cutt
off driving. He hit thirteen four rer sees gay .
and with hi captain Jo R. CHRISTIANI
Goddard, added 112 for th
wicket. in one over to the boundary, Then
The Play tamadliin and Gomez followed uj
Northamptonshire’ openi iceess. At the close Jakeman
stand between Brookes a oO cugh uncomfortable had
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field vielded 110 run 2 1 ay omer ne
five minutes and then Rar n minut as ten not out
claimed two wickets in three ball ‘
without addition to the total W.E—ist Inuings a
At tea the County with 113 for J b Gariok see
2 was still 318 runs behind, with ® Se ee eee ae
8 wickets to fall K. Trestrail L.b.w. b Nutter 20
The West Indies opening pace R- Christiani run GY a 1
attack was shared by Johnson and §' {i cane oa. s Gee 30
Pierre. Both worked up a fasi C, Williams ¢ Fiddling b Brice 10
ace on the easy pitch but neither H. Johnson not out .
sen was rant led ugh © peg erence 0
finding few scoring chances
Soon Goddard introduced spi: Total (for 8 wkts. decid.) 431
giving Ramadhin the ball. Worrel| BOWLING ANALYSIS
also turned to slow bowling but es a W
the batsmen continued confidently Nutter 3o 5 105 (1
and sent up 50 after 65 minutes nes 7. 2 i :
Six bowlers were eventually Broderick 364-6109 1
tried before the partnership was Garlick 32 ae |
broken. In his second spell Ram , Slice hana Tanings 51
adhin had Brookes the more Oldheld bine emer 85
aggressive partner, Lbow, and = Livingston b Ramadhin 0
two balls later bowled Livinyu vaceps I.b.w. b Gomez 7”
ston, the Australian left-hander. prown. 4 4
Brookes hit five four Brice b R 1
Collapse Pe a
Barron helped Oldtield in a ~
third wicket stand of 63. and ther Total (for 7 wkt 215
Northamptonshire began to col- pan of wickets: 1—110, 2-110, 3 173,
lapse, losing four wickets for & 4—174, 180, 6181, 7-215
runs. BOWLING ANALYSIS
The third wicket partnership “3 + ie y
Was split when Oldfield was run 8 3 16 0
out after an entertair : inning a2 RR 3
He hit 7 fours and on two oco 4 ay ;
sions on drove Ramadhin twice oo ~Reuter,

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STOP BOSSING OUR
SPORT AMATEURS
Why These Petty Restrictions?

By HYLTON CLEAVER
LONDON.
Study the sporting scene today. Dodds, a professional foot-
baller, will probably be suspended for selling the attractions
of Bogota to other British professionals—and for selling
professional footballers to Bogota.
Why shouldn't he? simple rules for match play
Bergman, world champion, has Law-Makers
been suspended for playing tabie The only sports in which sports-
tennis in South Africa without men are free are those over which
asking permission governing bodies are there for the
Why should he ask it? sole purpose of law-making.
In table tennis a man is permit- _ Take rowing The Amateur

ted to charge a fee for his services; Rowing Association organise no
there. is no distinetion between Championships whatsoever. They
amateur and professional, any GO not care whether a Cambridge
more than there is in show-jump- eight goes to race in America at
ing on horseback or in Australian Christmas, or whether a London
cricket, eight races at Antwerp in June

They do not require to be told
who paid the fares or the hotel
bill, neither do they instruct a

Making a Profit?

I accuse the Amateur Athleti sculler to compete at Barnes
Association of suspecting that Wasi when he wishes to compete at
Indian McDonald Baiiey, in choos Chester

ing where he will run and where
he will not, must be making
profit out of it somehow
If this is not what they thir
let them stop suggesting as mu

As a result you have the Univer-
sity Boat Race as an example to
world, and Henley attracting
22 foreign entries next month

Compare Boxing

the

by their behaviour. If it is iet
{helene We, ‘ mae Compare this with amateur
mn canine ‘ boxing,
Then we shall all know where y r
we are, including McDonald A boxing club may hold only
Bailey ; two big nights of entertainment
cer ail . cach season, and needs a licence
How fantastic all this inte:

for each. A boxer may belong only
to two clubs, one of which has a
prior claim to his services

This sert of thing stultifies and
Strangles amateur boxing of the
right sort, because many a univer-
sity boxing Blue or hospital stu-

ference is! Who would dave dictat

to a golfer where he should play
golf next Sunday, or tell a wan

dering cricketer whether he is to
play for the Stoics or the Free
Foresters this week-end?

Surely to goodness _ amateur dent is ready to have a fight when-
sportsmen are “free Governing ever he feels like it—only to be
bodies are not set up to tell us told he must not. ;
when, where and how often to This veto has nothing to do

take our exercise, but to lay down with money; it is a pure ques-



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—

Yardley Not Going
To Australia

LONDON, July 10









The Spc Sub-Committee ol
the Marylebs Cricket Club it
t e of the tour at ler

tt Australiat Vis't on
inter have been forced to call
other meeting in crdcr .o select

Ceptalrr

This is due to the f>ct that by)
Norman Yardley and George
Menr have aAeclined invitations
xcnded tt thern Both have

ind that business will not allow
lem to } i y on a trip which

' i . ey rn

tT" w.cC.C, Cemmitt*s was no

' hy en -v vite

coclring hence the
fur her meeting
—-Tent

Friendly Cricket
At Black Rock

viayed at
between a

In a friendly maich
Black Rock yesterday

xeam from Holetown and one from
Belfield, the homesters were dis-
missed for 39 runs. K. Reeve
and H. Greenidge took 23 wickets
each for 5 and 9 runs respectively
In their turn at the wicket, the
visitors collected 103 runs after
being 23 for 6. L. Francis top-
scored With 43, and Reeves got a
hurricane 22. For the homesters,
Weekes, Phipps and Springer tool
2 wickets each and Boyce the
other 2
.
B.C.L. Cricket
Results
In the match between Cane

Vale and Shamrock in the South-
ern division, on Saturday, Sham-
rock were dismissed for 63 runs
J. Clarke scored 34 and C, Aileyne

li, At the close of play, Cane
Vale had scored 64 runs for 4
wickets, at 4!

Bowling for Shamrock, J.

Clarke, C. Mullins and G. Rogers
took 3, 3, and 2 wickets each,
In the Central division, Good-
will losing the toss against. Danes
were sent in to bat and collected
148 runs for 9, when rain stopped

play. Best scores were St. Hill
37, F. Nicholls, H. Downes, P
Walker and G. Miller 20 each
J. Stuart and O. Estwick took %
wickets each.

Other games, Maple vs_ Nor-

wich—Maple 71, Norwich 29 for
4. Romans vs Everton—Romans
111, Everton 29 for 4. Starwich
vs Orange Grove, Starwich vs
Orange Grove—Starwich 127 for
7 (decl) Orange Grove 18 for 2





tion of restriction—the approach
to trade unionism in sport.

Opposite Camps

It can be said to the credit of
the Rugby Union that they do not
say a man may not play for Ox-
ford University, London, the Bar-
barians, Middlesex, and England
in the same season; but they have
a tiresome habit of being terrified
lest any of their disciples should
have anything whatever to do
with a professional or be coached
by him. That puts them in the
completely opposite camp to MCC.
who like Gentlemen and Players
to meet. And they have the
equivalent at golf

As for the two girl athletes who
have been told they will not con-
test another international for Eng-
land for a year, all I can say is
that ¢the very same cursd has
lifted its head here.

The Women’s Amateur
Athletic Association should con-
fine their business to making
rules and providing a selection
committee, They were never
intended to do anything else.

Fundamental Truth
The fundamental truth ts that
sportsmen find their own level. If
a club cricketer makes himself a
nuisance by trying to sell bats at
the bar he is soon banned by any
decent club

If a runner becomes known as
a persistent pot-hunter he need
not be picked to run.

Above all it is no earthly good
uwying to handcuil a sportsman to
a committeeman. To suggest that |
if McDonald Bailey wants to run
in Brussels he must take a}
“manager” is bunkum He is not |
a professional boxer, |

All that damages the traditions
of sportsmanship is bad behaviour |
by sportsmen, whether amateur or |
professional. And that is eradi- |
cated far more quickly by the atti-
tude of other players than by any |
governing body.—L.E.S. |

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He has now found it im-

possible to captain the England's tezm due to tour Australia this

winter,

Polo Played
In Heavy Mud

THE heavy rains which fell on
the Garrison Savannah on Satur-
day in no way discouraged many
members of the Polo Club who



turned up determined to enjoy
the sport which has been denied
them for many months due to

the crop season and also general
reconditioning of the ground,

Some 24 horses made a very
attractive sight as they lined the
rails in their shining leather and
polished nickle waiting to take
their turn in the grand old game
of speed and skill. Rain delayed
play until 5 p.m. and during the
first chukker it was quickly real-
ised that the ground was too
dangerous for any fast work, so
it was decided to play at a can-
ter.

This precaution however did
not prevent two aecidents which
fortunately were without injury
The most spectacular of these
was when Mr. O. H. Johnson's
sixteen hand Montgomery turned

auickly to follow the ball and
skidded. Down he came with
owner on top, and for about five

seconds horse and rider were
rolling together in mud and water
“Johno” however was quickly on
his feet, and after making sure
that his Montey was also unhurt,
continued the game.

More rain made it impossible
to fill the quota, but it is hoped
that Wednesday will be a sunny
day when players will be able to;
get down to some much needed |
practice. New horses playing this}
season are—John Marsh's BACH-
ELOR’S FOLLY, Mr. Parker’s
TELEPHONE BELL, a string of
imported horses owned by the
Deane brothers, O. H. Johnson’s
RASCAL and three more imported
mounts—two belonging to Herbert
Dowding and one to Major
Skewes-Cox, Philip Maynard is
also plaving on a new horse this
season. A roped off enclosure with
seats just behind the south borde:
line is a great improvement, as
in this way visitors may see the
games without obstruction, and in
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BERMUDA, July 8.

In the final game of the tour,
team representing the “Little
Big Four” of Canadian colleges,
St Andrew’s, Upper Canada,
Ridley and Trinity, lost by 128
runs to the Bermuda Cricket
Association XI.

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Bermuda batted first and scored
195 runs. The Collegians lost 7
wickets for 28, but good batting
by I. C. North, Cooper, and
Michael Cox carried the score to
67 before the last wicket fell.
Cox made 19 and Cooper 18.

During the 10 day tour of the
colony, the Collegians’ first team
won two matches and lost twe,
including the above. The Col-

legians’ second XI lost botn
gemes played although in the
match against Warwick Cricket

Club they lost by only one run

The Canada—Bermuda Cup
which the Bermuda _ Cricket
Association has placed in com-
petition for annual matches
between the Canadian Colleges
and Bermuda was presented to
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DURING broken spells o
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69 runs for the loss of one

game against Empire at Bank Hall

tour Intermediate games, the
the other to bat on the impai

Atwell Wins

Golf
Trophy

Shirley Atwell withstood a
swetch drive by Bryan Wybrew
and broke the triple tie that re-
sulted in the Beer Mug competi-
tion at the Rockley Golf and
Country Club over the week-end
fhe a@ghteen-hole handicap play
against bogey on Saturday found
‘Atwell, Wybrew and E. J. Petrie



all tied with returns of two
down, and these three met on
Sunday in the play-off.

Atwell took an early lead neve’
being more than one dowr
through the first nine holes

while Wybrew turned three down
and Petrie steadily dropped back
of his two oppdnents. When
Atwell held his position by get-
ting a half at the tenth and
Wybrew lost the hole to bogey
going four down, it appeared as
though the rest was merely rou-
tine.

However, Wybrew was not out
of the running by any means
He halved the next two, won the
thirteenth and fourteenth, putting
him only two down and over the
sume stretch Atwell dropped two
holes, winning only one, so that
they suddenly found themselves
tied with four holes to play. Both
lost the fifteenth with fours, but

f cricket, caused by intermit-
rday, Cable & Wireless scored
wicket in their Intermediate
In each match af the
team which won the toss sent
red wicket.

Cable & Wireless’ total was the
highest in the Intermediate Divi-
sion. Mental Hospital scored 55
for 7 against Y.M.P.C., Wanderer
27, without loss, against Pickwick
and Windward 32 for the loss of
2 wickets against Spartan

The highest individual score in
this division was made by Cabk
& Wireless’ opening batsman B
M. Matthews who is not out after
making a valuable 34

S$. Chandler top-scored with 20
for the Mental Hospital while E
Branker, who got the ball turning
both ways for Y.M.P.C., took 4
wickets for 26 runs after delivering
15 overs.

D. H. Alleyne with 18 and A
G Seale 8, the Wanderers open ng
pair, are both not out. Batting for
Windward, Evelyn's wicket is stil!
intact after he had scored 10

The Scores ;

Y.M.P.C. va, MENTAL HOSPITAL
MENTAL HOSPITAL —ist Innings







(for 7 wkts.) 55
D. C, Bayce run out 2
5S. Chandler ¢ wkt. b Branker 20
R. G. Chase c G. Archer b Branker 2
RK. Roek ¢ wkt. b 1, Burke 9
3. Burrows b Branker ,
£. C, Quintyne Ibw b Archer 3
C, Hope not out 7
©. Best b Branker 3
Â¥. Carter not out 0
Extras 4
Total for wkts
Fall of wickets: 1—9, 2—12, 3—18, 4
23, 5—30, 6—36, 7—53
BOWLING ANALYSIS
°. M R WwW
E. Branker 15 6 26 .
1. Burke 6 1 1 1
G. Archer 5 1 9 1
WANDERERS vs. PICKWICK
WANDERERS— ist Innings
D. H. Alleyne not out 18
A. G. Seale not out 8
Extras 1
Total {for no wkts.) 27
BOWLING ANALYSIS:
Oo M R Ww
R. D, Clarke 5 2 6 0
O. Lashley 9 d 12 0
J. S. Goddard 4 0 8 0

WINDWARD ys, SPARTAN.
WINDWARD—ist Innings

Harford ¢ McComie b Hayne 6

Atwell hit the green on the vain sas a 16
water hole, laid his first putt dead Filner not age” ;
fom thirty feet and Wybrew,
twice in the water, was one hole Total (for 2 wkts,) 32
behind again. EMPIRE vs, CABLE & WIRELESS
CABLE & WIRELESS—Iist Innings
On the seventeenth both ran (for L wkt.) 69
: : R Mc ! ‘
into trouble, Atwell losing a ball 5 eens tan hee be
in the dry pond and Wybrew los- R. A. Lawless not out 12
ing one in the trees. However, Extras Ml
the latter managed to scramble Total (for 1 wkt.) 69
out a six, sinking a good putt, ii bah
and with a stroke got a half on BOWLING me a he
the hole, while Atwell took aim Barker aoe ae
oant * L. Cum 5 5
seven and again they were even. | >: wun pro6 $ ¢
At the eighteenth Wybrew again|c. Harpe- es ey meee
got tangled up in the trees and ! Sealy . 2 0

bad to play his second shot to the |
fairway rather than to the green

Yet with a pitch and a putt he |
got his four and a half on the
hole. However, Atwell had hit a
fine drive down the middle and a
second to the far edge of the
green and with a stroke at that
hole only had to guard againsi
three-putting.

His first putt from forty feet
ran about four feet past the pin
but he sank the return and car-
ried off the trophy. At the finish
he was three down, Wybrew
four dowr and Petrie way down

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2nd Division
Cricket

JULY ll,











THE al cricket season opened

th rain hich interfered with

n ot the econd = divisi«

nes. Pace bowlers had a diffi-
ult job ta bowl on pitches w

ere r giving them any assis-
ince a were slippery for bot
ba m and bowler In the
najority of matches the rain
hich fell intermittently made th:
utfield heavy and slow and th«
batsmen just had to depend or
snort runs

At the Garrison J Byno

helped the Regiment—a new team
the Second Division—to scor
123 for 8 by knocking up 40 rur
he had three chances
Winning the toss Empire sent ir
the Regiment on a soaked ar
lippery wicket and at 5.30 p.it
heth umpires were forced to sto

ftey
ifter

jay as the rain continued to fal
veavily and continuously

Results of the matches played
were

Empire and Regiment at Garrison

Regiment first Innings 123 fo
(J. Bynoe 40, G. Springer four
ickets for 41 runs)

Leeward and Potice at Posters

103
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20

Leeward innings
K. Thorrington 30, Rev. A
29; E. Denny 2 for

Griffith 2 for 10).
13

first

Si

nd C

mmon

Police for no wickets

Central and Carlion at Central
Central first Innings 123 (D
iting 32; G. Harding 4 for 19 and
G. Gill 2 for 54).

Carlton | for no wicket,

College and Y.MLP.C. at College
Y.M.P.C. 69 for 4 wicket
(Matthews 31 not out, F. Foster

2 for 14).

Foundation and Pickwick
at Foundation
Pickwick
Ashby 6 for 35, D.

first Innings 99. Mr
K Leach 28).
first Innings 31 for
3rowne 18 not out.)

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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS XDVOCATE it i HUT, HIV n. 195" WEST INDIES 431-8; NORTH ANTS 215-7 Christiani luillHltlllill Scores Bowls 130; Weil NORTHAMPTON. Jl WiUl I %  %  awn th*tollow-on against ih. here when th US for sevrn Wiclbtl iftW '*'< Op %  %  %  %  Oldfieid had dtfled six boavLen to )>it on 110 f"i wicket in two hours flvc minutea HamadMlc •mWwd Brooke ing flvc foui. and |I • bowled :'.< Austin Living*:., in !, i %  %  put on I %  % %  I l %  %  %  %  1 I %  Hack u%  I Nutlcr with Uv day Jakem n m !.. Th* Weal Indk lunch for 431 fa Mi run nu! He tfccularly nroni In off drhro and ndjtn ,i Coddard added 111 i. i I WfckM Th,. Mas Northampton ill %  tankl between Bro kci and oufieid yielded IK flvc minute* and then Ramadhir. without addition m ihe total At tea ih,l | foi th S vv 1 ",' 8 wickets In 'nil Thn w, i panii attack war shared by Johnson and %  Pierre Both worked up pace on the eei i i'K. h but m I batsman wa troubled liruiinc few a "i inn chi i Soon Qod giving Ramadhin the ball Worrell also turned to slow l-.whng but the batsmen cnrnlnued %  and sent up M aflei '. minutes Six bowlera ware [ned before ih partnership w*> broken In his second spell Ron adhin had Brooke*, the mnr-' aggressive partner. Ih. ult ,\ two 1*11latai t .. i Uvlni -Ion. the Australian left bandar Brookes hit Bvi CoOapac Barrun hcl|*-d Oldileld in a third wk %  Northampton thirv began lapae. losing rou runs. Th.third a was split when < out after an entcrta Ha hit 1 toun %  tODJ nn drove Itamndhin twi To Australia LONDON, Jut) 10 ....... I %  ..... .. I thai b# Norman Yardley and BaurU I %  kMUned invention* %  I not allw l | .' %  :-••on ,, %  I th,I meet Ine 1f K. MIKISTIAM ii. one 11 i" II boundarj Tl Uamadiiti u At the cloae Sal eg on (ortabk h i %  %  to ttio .iten not Friendly Cricket At Black Hock in .i nlend K ouiuii pseiyad i Black Ho.-k yaaanraaj brtwee.i u n. M in rlaletavm and ow from llrltteld, the haCnestcrwere di't. i C nil K Reeve %  nd H. Orei Me I |. ih, ., uirii at Hi. wicket Hi. oHected 103 mils i.ftei Uing 23 f..i (J L Ki.ni, ilOpn ii .<-. *..! ii .n.. u n Weeke imippp and aptingar loot . • u d B iy W AM %  Inlrrmc-diafr < rirki I : /fain Interferes With All Games DURING broken spalls o( cricket, caused bv intermitleni mowtu ol rain last Saturday. Cable St Wueless scored 69 runs lor the loss of one wicket in their Intermediate %  against Empire at Bank Ha!! In each match ..I the lour Intermediate yames, the team which won the :. the othyr to bat on the impaired wicket. 2nd Division Cricket At well Wins Golf Trophy Shu icy Atwll withstood a -stretch drive by Kryan Wybrew and broke the triple tie that resulted in the Beer Mug competition at the Hockiey Goli anrl Country Club over tne week-end Ini ojgliieen-hnlc hand'eap plav :.Kainl bogey on Saturday found Atwell, Wybrew and E J. Petne all tied with returns ot two jdown, and these three met on Sunday in the play-off. Atwell took an early lead neveiwiru more ttiun one .lowi tt.rough the llrat nine holes while Wybrew turned three down %  fld Heine steadily dropped back ot his two opponents When Atwell held his position by gei%  1 crunet seukon openel which Interfered witn the %  acood %  d a dtffl%  (jowl on pitc h aa whii %  . for butu In Ih' %  i. fell imemiitawnlv made th. Cable & Wireless* total was tl • %  "• %  % %  •' -'" %  nuihesi in the Intermediate DIVI"-"^nien just had to depend 01. .;ion. Mental Hospital scored U MU, rl run* lor 7 aaamst V.M.I'C. Wandeic. ., ,„ 27. witnout loss, aiamst neHw,cii ', _, *•}* ,"*"' and Windward 32 for the loss ot nt 2 wickets against Spartan. The ii.Khest individual score ... Ho* division anH mafkl by Cat.l, .. A'n-lejs' opening bcitsman II M. Matthaws who fi not making a valuabl Second Division—to seor> 1^3 for 8 by knocking U) 4' had three dttncei Empire *m %  Jked ani %  S Chandler top-acored mth M for the Mental I'lospiiid whili Branker. who got the ball turning both ways (or YMI'l.. took 4 wirkels for 28 runs aftai > 15 overs. D. H. Allevne *kth 18 and A. n Scale 8. the W; r hirers open ng PBli an both not ,, t KattmR fo.Windwanl. Evelv | Intact ufiei he ha Ti— Sa ..itv M n HIM II %  otni ti HBNTAI aO.fllAl -,.i I**,,,.. •i I to l.n %  I pln\ f'.airi'rr je.l Rrstntei.i jt Carrwon "ii flnt Innings l?;i i.. J Bjynaa *<• G Bprti • : baa war d and r.i.iec oi Itatart H KMM C wkt Ii I i Bumm i, Bran %  l OjiiiBtyni II>. C Hop* ii.,t uni i! Mert b Dr.!,.%  rhorrlnftoi .i' 1 Ri ." %  i Dennj I t IrrflHh Z (or 10). iMh. 13 (or no i ... oa i.. i i. arawi iii i. oartb v I ladlin l> fltii, B.C.I.. Cricket Result* In the match between Cane Vale mm Shamrock in the Southi.ii division, on Saturday. Shamlock waea diiniitMd lot c'i run .. Cl.irke scored 34 and C, Ali-yn. It. At the close of play. Cam: Vale had scored 64 H K-keU. N D^ YAHDLF.Ylen England to vM.m m the (list Test against IM Waal Indies, bill lost the BCCOOd. He has now found tt lml>ossible to captain the England taani dl to tout fl\US*l ilia 'his ii. '" : nn uMALvan • h.ll .1 Ih, KnU, .ml JVjSjPmS -.1 ' Wybrew lost the hole to bogey uomg (our down, ii appeared ai lliough Ihe rest wa* merely rOU> tine. Polo Played In Heavy Mud I HUh ... Brown < I. Uunwr iMhm i in Hb I— IM 1— III n*. :. I* %  OWLDM ANA1.VNIS % % % %  Ramadbin %  THE heavy rains which (ell or "M Qi iiisi.ii Savannah on Bau day in fin way dtacourand many Batmbaii ..f OH Poh. Qab wn-. turned up determined to enjov ll:<-|i,.rt A huh has been denied Hiem (or many months due to Ihe irop season and also general sent In to bat and collected roeondiUoning of Ihe K round una (or B. when rnin stopiwi Bna 24 horses made a very Best scores were St HiM :illi iota,, dfht ag th-> line.1 the Nicholls, H. Downes. V rails in their shining leather an' 'l.-v and Cl. Miller 20 each polished inckle waiting to takru"* Itowllug lor Shamrock. 1 Clarke. C. MulUns and G. Roger* tiok 3, 3, and 2 wickets each. In the Central division. Cood. II losing the loss against Dane* :i8 i . 37, Walk Bermuda Beats College XI Aiakst ssurir| However. Wybrew was not out D n AII-M,IUI I • %  itie running by any means c ,?"£,"*" ou He halved the next two. won the thlrtaan t h lintral mil Oarttaa at Central i in.i laainji 12a m i..in: It; ('• llardinx 4 for 10 and r M) i ..i lion I tor BJO wicket OaBaaa lad i.M.I'f 41 Collet-(or 4 not out. F. Ickei Ki.-t.i I Slunrt and O aitatl each. BERMUDA. July 8 nial game of the tour. am representing the "Little Pou ..t Cariaoaan colleges. Upper Cunadi.. id Trinity, lost by 128 the Bermuda Crii-ke" STOP BOSSING OUR SPORT AMATEURS Why These Petty /tentrirtion.i? Other games. Maple wiih—Maple 71. Norwich 29 fo: 4 Homans vs Evertrm—R' III, Fv.-rlon 2B (or 4. Starwi.t v. Oi.nige Orava, torwfch n OraiUB) Grove—Stnruirh 127 (or 7 (deili Orange Qrove 18 (or 2 lion o( restriction—Ihe approach ti trade unionism In spori Opposite Camps Estwiek t.Kik "'" lUlB in the grand old Ham, Association XI nf spool and skill Rain delayed play until 5 p.m. and during th< Hermuda balled llrst and stored and with a stroke got Norfirst chukkcr it was quickly real"* 5 ,u "* Tnc Collegians lost 7 the hole, while Atwell Isad that dangerous Ihe ground was foi aft) fast work, so .ikets I id fourteenth, pulling l.im only two down and over th. •una stretch Aiweii dropped two holes, winning only one. so that inev suddenly found themselves IkM with (our holes to play Roth losi the fifteenth with fours, but Atwell hit ihe green on the kvi>n nm d v aler hole, laid his first pull dead KT^JS.'S lorn thirty feel and Wybrew. in the water, was one hole *' 1 behind again. rmeiar %  (Sir On the seventeenth both ran into trouble. Atwell losing a ball ',\ "''lii'i'' in Ihe dry pond and Wybrew loaiug one in the trees. However, ihe latter managed lo -.amble x. linking a good putt. half on nidon, th.' B.nbatiaiU, Middlesex, and England IN the .ime season; but they have D tiresome habit of being terrified lest any of their disciples should have anything whatever to do lonal n be coached by him. That puts them in Ihe ncl dow idiiiu oppoaM Hi camp '" acC pract i' 'A.I. -ii-cided to [ilav |j ., „, Mt-A .' COR Baffled IhiBBOre lor. 87 before the last wicket fell Tinprecaution however di < "> made 1 and Cooper IB. not prevent two accidents whi, 'i fortunately were without Injury During the 10 day tour of the The most spectacular of the*M*>sYi ">e Collegians' first team was when Mr O. H Johnson's w, " lwt > matches and lost tw-. sixteen hand Montgomery turned including the above The Colaulckly lo follow the ball and 'egians' second XI lost boln skidded. Down he came with W"ie* played although in the owner on top. and for about live match agin*l Warwick Cricket onds horse nnd rider wei.Club they lost by onlj for 28. but good batting sever, and again they were evan North. Cooper, and At the eighteenth Wybrew again I lolling logethi-r In mud and water -Johno" however was quickly his feet, and after maknii; that his Montey was also unhurt, eenttnuad ihe game. More rain made It Impossible to till ih.quota, but II Is hoped thai Wednesday will l>e a sunnv lay when pleyara will hi much naaood % %  v* playing this tennis In South asking permission. Why should lie aafc It In table tennis a man ted to charge a (.-.' to, h %  %  "" %  tm.-ti amateur and profM than there K In ing on baneback oi In Australian cricket. -owing The Amateur |t %  nolher International .Makinn j |' n ,lir' I accuse ihe Amateur AthkrU Association Of SUVpi % %  %  Wj Indian McDonald Bollej In choo) ing where he will run and where he will not. must bo makmc prom out of it lomehow if iiiiIN no) wii .i th< let them stop luaaaatina u mu i>> their behaviour i them say n Then we shall ..II knj we are. including McD n..l i Baib %  How funla.ili. nil tins Intei Wio would dace dl< • lo a gollur wheninshould plnj %  Oil next Sunday, Dl tell a wan doring crlcsnNaj whathei M i^ h play for the Stoics or th. Fi,,Foresters this week end" am.ili i sportsmen are "fret!" I bodies are not sat up to ten u whan, whan ami bow often to whathai .. Loasp Antwerp m Juna In, do nut re<|iiin< lo I., to), who paid tinram M the hotel bid. neither do they Instruct .1 to compote nt Barne, ho wishes to 1 • %  nit you have the Umvii "'"". %  I Race as nn example I" i and Henley. %  ttracUna %  i'next month Compare Boxing ra this with amuteii lx)xing. A boxing dub may hold on l nights of ent. i OU, and needs a ineiv foi Bach A boxai mas betoni onl %  IWO Clubs, nn,' ol vvl i,l. h I iliii Claim '.o lius services Tim sort %  r thing Mull i %  'l.n ,;. %  • .ilii.it. Ill liuvil,; |.| Ih. right son. bacauae manj a unlaer* ilv Ixixing lllue or hospital slu lent readv In have ever ha faab Ilka ll toid be mutt not The. v.-Ii. b ho like Gentlemen and Players season are—John Marsh's HACHi meet And they have Ihe ELOH'S FOI.I-Y. Mr Parker" i Ivalent ;.l golf TELEPHONE IJEI.I.. a string %  As for ihe two girl athletes whn imported hOr*M owned bv thbeen lold Ihey will nol conDeane brothers. O It. Joh r EngHASCAL and three more imported ay •* mounts--Iwo belongin).' to llcrler i-ursd has i)„w ( u„n md une to v.. lilted ilbead here Skew,.-, ov. Ph.l.p Maynard to The Women s A m a t e u i ,,| S1> u|.,vin W ,, n a new horsr this Athlelic Associatmn should conwnMin A ri „„ |1( ^. ln e .. Ih !!, r **E3* *„S0!te* •* %  i" bilund the Boutk horde. | line is a great Impra i i The Canada—Bermuda Cup h en tha Bermuda Crlckcl Association has placed I jM'.itinn for annual matt lull tween ihe Canadian Colleges ai.d Bermuda was presenled to A.lhur Pitman. Bermuda's tea." chptain niter the match —(CW got tangled up in ihe trees and'*• %  >* had to play his second shot to the (airway rather than to ihe green Yet with a pitch and a putt he i.ot his (our and a half on the hole. However. Atwell had hit a fine drive down the middle and r second to the (er edge o( th gieen and with a stroke at thai hole only had lo guard against three-putting. rules and pruvUling a selection committee. They were never intended to do anything else. Kim da menial Truth Tne fundamental truth ts ihat lii.d their own level It niketrr niaket hlrnfeH by Irving lo sell hats i tha baj he b soon banned bv an club They'll Do It Every Time >~. t — %  GjOOP OL' CMJWPLEY WAS CONKEP INTO H>irJ,CURi^& BULLFiNCH'S V-4CHT tfiTW PROMISES 0F= KWNY BON VOWfiES



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T u • %  d ii . Jul< || Barbados locate Ire: i i. m • u Vfir N. KOREANS PREPARE ALL-OUT ATTACK Albert Gomes Made Webb Apologise The Inside Story Behind Sugar Talks (From Our l...n.l ... r<>rr<-\p,>ndrni) LONDON. Jnl\ I". Today m anahlr I., renal th,m.iilr i„r% oriiind tinMgai MgotiaUoM between ihr u.w.i. and %  • %  Mahalr'a l.u\rrmm-m which rndrtl •ucrn.slull. last „.,.|, All Ihr rvidrnrr point.. In Ihr tart lli.it Ihr Wed Indian itJCfallon would have gon, away rmplyh.mdr.l had n „„. been lor their donned rirl.rininali.nl. shrruil harainiiiK and refusal In capitulate when thtap looked hlarl These futon ivate rclnforead by UM tktegau.' unity o) purpoae: every sinnlr deeis.on thev nude wai a unanimouj one. Th, Rice Growers Vtant lii(|iiir\ Commission GEORGETOWN, July 10. A representative gathering Of Biltlsh Guiana's rice producer! in the City Hal] today unanimously passed a resolution requeuing the Qovenunoni to a*k the Secretary uf State [or the Colonies to appoint an 'independent" commit -. m |a probe ttfej me industry This mass meeting of BON 'h.it. 800 that overflowed into the yard hailed from Crabwood Creek on the Corenlvnc to Poiiieroun in icM>onsr to an emergency call at vliort notice from the British Gutaua Rice Produ HI A .".' u ,'iich sponsored the meeting The Government proposes to amend the rice marketing Ordinance of 1046 with respect to the powers and fun. uoa .if th. Hue Marketing Board, and the Executive Committee of the Board, and In other respects. Democratic Kit: hi Thev have l HI Ihe Governmeir setting up of the Colonial Devdo|-ment Corporation, the Association has been looking forward a* a democratic right to the lull rontrol of the entire industry; but the A •odattott'l president Deoroop Mahraj disappointedly told the meeting that the Association wax never consulted by the OovafDn.ent before the Bill was drafted. Nevertheless, if the Hill were posted, all 60.000 peophi living bj the industry would iniQjaucia to nothing but slaves Other speakers at the threehour meeting, including four legislators, felt likewise and the Honourable IJr Cheddie .lagan described the Bill an I move to pave the way for C.D.C. monopoly and control. The %  Housewives" Leag..< an important part In contributing IMCBN of the nog %  .. ol Food Minister Weoo -: part of the country Bur undoubtedly the Hi w, in.' ant—In the House of Commons last week "inch wa> exploited with Mini, effect by the delegation when thev of Hii rOvarnmtnl last Tuesday Mr Gomes at this moating read ui i %  on "i 'he uionwni ho I* I lefuting Webb'i stateincut and our correspondent unWebb apologUed ii uu delegation and promised to give a full explanation or thi < mohoni im> asBsaoetlon wai Commons this affefei Wobfa saia snould i.k. tl* !" to take this opportunity of correct* ng the reply made to a suppleqUOBtlOn on June 28 whM 1 said thai the West tin I | iot providing the mgai thOJ tlBd 'onlracted to deliver There is of course U yel no contract and what I intended to say was that the sugar we were geitu-n ,. V' , l """ thfajyeej i.om-li CootunonwcaltC "' "" ft" '" h sources together was ui fortui below the estmiatwhich,. ; '" %  ' Sir U.S* Soldiers Butchered decoration to M. Oaatf Millr. ol the W.-t .„,. cim Luke \nd Sweeney Say Goodbye TO SUGAR Hi s. 1ONDON LuJsv, Jul> Ml I and Mr Svi ill be II Id v i port tomorrow morning th> II .lelegali. lourne Mr i.nkc Is Si <. %  %  %  %  uecoMoi h. |. I A-hat might I %  alters charged that the %  : % %  UarkaUni Board ha* Muandered many thousands of ilt.liars in purchasing useless tractors and ploughs, the Mahaitouy-Abnry rice development scheme (mechanised cultivation) being continually run at a loss The price control of export rice at below world price had since 1B39 roused the Industry by which very many van poor ,eople lived to lOOl $30.000000 Income A fiftythree-year-oio produoar and senior vice-President of the AsocliUron, David Hnrpaun Gonrbnrry. sobbed a* he moved the reaoh tronsjl ment:— (1) The Hill Is Inimical to WOjJ Thl haconsidershh enhanced fate and Intereati ol mdustr-. and .hi prceUge of the West Indies— to rice |n %  Ucula, and land aveiuM well fn r the futura# on pace :t • <.> ihi i-.-i' Fad?iat uj whirl urging on GovernI W. (all Commonwealth had been made of expect tram thorn guarantee" Gomes's tactical move at the Tuesday meeting put Hb Maiest Government on the deft-, ran perhaps be said to hav creaHKl Ihe right conditions for their acceptance of the terms of settlement which the II.W.I tideRation had prepared The fact that Mil Oovwnmenl had prevlou >< lecied thase terms--which afterwards were made the basis of UM U I '.-I terms ahowi ilgnlAcanti.. the enectlveneea ol tin %  ttttoajy which the HWI amit hSe moolliii This decisive at a time when the hopes ol the delegation were on the ti i m some of the delegates were Uiinking of packing un gi i ,, liiiiinWhen our Mxfre fp ondent interviewed Gomes M the -ime. however, be exj letermlna.irry on the Tight despite repealed rejection* bv His Majeaty's Govei nriient of IIW I ofters One of the sigmOcan' aspects ol the settlement which is lomeUn e mvriookod \t mal the H W I iele%  %  -' itriHgl has bean able to wn i .. daa I from His Majeety'i Oot-aanil i enl improved not only *Jn but that of I under the W48 "" %  '" C ami diacuaMd with Mm a propoaal that the T.U C should m i uiuonlst to Timidad under Adult tu\ . -i. tten ooneernlni it %  practice Thu aita tht i iiu will natHuto of Adult Edue.itlon where ihey will (,> ,n. obtain further aaaUtance in pi meting an effective %  % % %  %  dull eiluealion in Tun tg8 Wiseman Finds Fr< And Puddles In W.I. I'rum Our Own Correspondent LONDON. JuJ As the House ol I-urds' debate oil West Indian federation ihowerl wl week. %  TKunwi' contmuw whether suund economy or federation should come lust in thtpromotion of the well e IJrlti|H Caribbean. The University m Laedi Lecture)] inSociaJ Studiei Mi H. V. Wiseman ca L I >ri*ative guidance on thli "lund.i ,. i Man pin.i iheJ %  %  •..< i. %  Wlarini that a "West Indian" o'ltlook is only now beginning to i-lely. W.aeman says I lightly emphasised the danger thai d federation units may achieve self government and be attracted by > %  nationalism with unfortunate results for the region as g British Guiana m his view illusi danger, but %  :.. re I tti uu ga : %  • %  I" %  Hi Oovernment n %  %  extremist element threat to modern leaders when at last U.S. Mission Going To Indo-China WASHINGS A Unlti : :. I M Indo China BbOUl %  ' %  I %  %  cutbreak such a ml that ther. %  vision of mllll %  % %  %  I %  %  — Keuier. FIRE IN BELIZE ''M Adi..l. 1 ..tte.p.W. wi 1 I lleved Is I %  -• warehouse at I %  %  %  %  %  portag from runwu to the i %  n not slow .... fighters, but the damag id not hesitate on a matter of U.S. Will Set Up 'Line of fio Re I real" hjc/x-rts Flay Defvncv Ui'/Hirlmrnl B) I'AII. KOT1 KANKIM. w ASHMOTON, .lul\ In ill ol th. ivfemiDepartment were toda; • %  Hi. nexl step In the Korean ... setting up .. '_. treat • I.., United .State ; ., | n| %  till „l, ream Th.. aimo..niv.„,.„i „i [he ol surh a line is expecttd i rrom Ihe head. u I lilted N.tlona Cmmande. General Douglaj llacArthui it is laMtb .. %  opinion ..hi.ii i, Search Party Tinds Hunter :" POITT-OF-SPAIN Jul I North CotiM. I. tun. mlssfni for to %  late i'l.ui ., n.-.ii by : search part %  El Ohioji en %  i • < pal where Trinidad airman plan*: email I. re %  ered, wai tick, hungY! ,,; a %  date of Un iblc Impro v l e ed itretcnci and trtied fur medu-nl d H ; I., .. i allraetcd to the Ii of smoke fVhlOfl %  keel alive Thi nog lav p %  hunting on 8 'Hum the same night When h> • return b> Tu> icarch pam went to hunt fnr him —ICP> Truman (Jails Conference WAS Prasi |i i Truman I leadi partli s %  Ihe Preetdenl %  'i Keuu-r Going To TlwDogs? THEM || no grevhmind m harbudos, bul Id bOfng the mothei ol invi-niiun. some uoitloviiik have found %  wiiA i Ing for ihia vei %  ea penelvg end populai tmti Or B %  i.icing ..t Bntwnc'i l. Barbaoi %  ii' di Ivet hare and '"'" %  |>eii'M kennel %  uendaiMa, just sot i log *.heii barking 1 %  > ne uni %  Then %  } i,.| en "i n| leket seemmjoy the %  pan .II. %  %  ; Ii %  a) kept ourae, about on 11 %  %  down the beach at a great pao who knows won to rethe (rack .it bat on inn. tin pounding "f run* i the blcyi i. %  I I now eci r eagi WeekeBB Has Cartilage 7 rouble LONDUM J H 1 %  %  We, g| %  an bat*man, wl lo peaj in even match. ggftl lartei f the remainder ..r the U He i SUlTerlruj from ear%  % %  %  n operatioi .. %  i ea on In anj event W< i on plaj in i. ind rum ,„.• gnnaaj %  HampWi.l. i | r i • tWO %  •%  g.ii. u, iroubii bun and whoa %  iptoU %  mUi i thli la rcuoii tnl unoapherc opti iMitKial.irK row II cuts ghat .pace •-In'tng %  time t||i.( net.' i v I %  IJ'" ige „ h hp •fvanclng i beai an unhapp) resemblance lo tl from Horwaj and Weeton %  i World War II Will, typical American inua Independenl military U unbuuaM ii tiien gi Utudt in preaenl Untied Stab: Ion, have b< ei| living I left lepai mi nl pr< i %  %  ml itai %  ugh "going over" 1 nab \, Wathoo, rejpet tad mllltao oorrei pondanl M in Bahlmore .-. are BUU let trim iriiduetton Moel ..f then will not .' %  %  % %  H %  | Haaaon Baldwin mlUi nui I ihe Nev Vorl 1 1 provldM %  othei i. %  %  Two Mililun Chtelt Going To Tokyo WILL SEE MACARTHUR U)H1 *OTOH uu 10 then I ftsrci %  uneraU t Wad ington U, r .kin tn. %  • i V %  %  dance ^ n Mil R 1 %  I ollln* : %  II only i %  %  ther ihej would vU K — Renter. "Security Council Is Useless*' SAYS MOSCOW MOSCOW Jul) in i nisi i'..i' ... londay— e brra %  %  teen t ovei .. ipet lal i %  i | tii.it tn I luncll mini I I Id: -1 TOKYO, July 10. \ NF.W LARGE SCALfc: .^TTACK by North Korean forces was foreseen in a communique from General MacArthurs headquarters The communique said that Communist puhea during the night in the Chonon Chochiwon area had temporarily lost momentum but reconnaissance elements were active and North K"i;! 1 i rf ments were moving up A.I .ml.. .1 renewed targe scale attad 11 if .sajo lule.l Si lt ^ l. ,N e ( t Mine II luuihl It ti i i .11 ,m, .p. Bgenrc ii I.. stalsatloi .S.....I i IBM .1 JI s.i, ., i Nnell ftti< llial 012 Dee ti*vr been i i gad I' .iiiinuw injur a< m iceMenai i laaed bi %  in n ..lull '2.'{ Killed lii Colombia Earthquakes J n lll> Hill r.sl „MM; BUah till.nd 4 |id join i •oaaeaaari eahnaae 4 poeai (en aj wui %  %  %  i li i..., Found |n ' i u.i i %  U '.hen um. . ., Kon %  •' %  i Chli i in .. radii i i. Prav< i I.I oe hi l.itii ll< ..ii sutn i.i.. %  : o uw Be< urli Couni ii %  • ho voted lot thi Korea it.Hi.-t Sudden lilavkout Dooms Plane %  .I.i i .i \ Jul) III llev< txpla %  w rdaj ..r Ihi Blur Eagle Lines Una la i .' died i ihi i" land, but tht lefl propetloj hii %  hill .. u i 'I .IF. ..I %  %  | ., .. | ,,,, %  %  %  i ol till vain at%  %  %  bum ind hau lOPfHSt %  %  %  loll mas re %  Then i "lllllb. I injured in i %  .indaj IHII %  %  %  i i pi i Upplli '"' i ehwa %  t-eiliu tltiwn %  ud tetagrapl %  %  ghwayi %  %  %  %  iiinllll %  %  .1 i. %  %  i %  1 %  rmedo %  %  > to th %  %  %  %  a %  %  %  .. i .i. n i| • %  Mil i. %  • and %  I till le ttv : • aa iMr : iln\... i .in. gj %  %  i • \ in pi %  •oreen (on u ith experienvd n ,. 'fflO %  %  %  Iheu r.. i..i Vt.mled Te Surrender i he -i. %  %  %  counti radio Uu MM engagen • nl %  fai In m. *• i in enemy bi I ihi" nut uu I U Ru i Kaoag .mi the ,1'teiHlei 'I tram I•*.>•>. Ganaral l-a i*s Maeaithjar'e 1'Hiied \. lliiim i nniiiiMuttiU' in iillii .irw.il Inmiliiunit>.i.i1 lanerlean and Saetb Koinn iiu,.|.. tiui i iiiiiinuidii lavedT' rr arr uelllin re4d lo throu %  aethr beavi areaeered assMn 1 'ni\ ,. re* i %  %  itallkM II 10 ...%  %  . rthi "iei ind i ,.. .( by th.I-QUI A bumpei .iici.' %  . Kon %  '... %  ... %  %  i II • pro Isional %  range i i lo the vital ra I .. r .. ,| P At Chin i '' % %  ..I i llvulon li %  I • an aaae ; DI had i" push %  Baldwin i h-t li ;.... off fi I %  'nix polHli il and mllil i i rash l. .Un*." %  Pool -i at South Korean (ore. quid mplacanl and lilt.-! S'.,t. .•.. tiUoi imnri.|Intelllgenei e.dimatlon ..f Ihe role ol %  .i i i motion ol ti" %  %  %  i. "con %  %  %  I past" n.iii.. Heater Discuss W.I. Federation POB'i Minziih On \\;i\ To London %  %  uiration himself u Sj un page ", BINGAPORI p Roban huMuuei ift bore ly to-day for London hn e nope ho]and flnaa" Mr Men/ VIMI WaahuHjton. Ott %  %  Van M.P 9 8 Queslion Argentine Occupation Of British Island i %  i %  i %  %  1 %  ii %  i %  i.. ... % %  .:..' p| i. I.,,,, __ Renter I %  %  I %  gh ttu %  %  %  A n %  %  I I %  %  Maclean Island Bi %  i Ke %  oped • %  He tol' %  %  %  —Keutrr Former Sugar CA Manager Hies I f -SPAIN. Jul] |0 %  %  %  %  . %  %  %  %  %  1 I MB III IS K.W.V. WIXI: in Kvetn TABU WINKS PORTS. SHr.RRIF.S, VF.RMOUTH. BRANDY. SPARKLING WINKi. LIQUEURS. HINTS Ini the i ,,„, „i OOOD K W WINF.M e %  %  %  :: Th. %  ... %  %  %  4 || • r Wim ..... i w %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  K W V MR Uates ti> KWV Trinidad iadie Programme to-morrow evening 7 30 to 7 4. r >



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TUESDAY, Jl'l.v n. 1950 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE -I I \ CLASSIFIED ADS. %  '" ""* nuM M hit* lanaanari, MM %  throuftti who ettanuau tli. or other* :* .>n,.'l JW a .>l, thern their reran! b*aaermerit ([. % %  loneJ IN MEMORIAM Gone but not forautton Lauril. In*. Ver* id*ushtrr><. bo "t"*. S>nllj, Famum liMnari. it so in In loving inainory of ... and mother Lfllan i| m ..li. laid to ret an Jui< ii. IM *h* live* her Saviour to -Ion And meekly all her -iDrrN bore She loved and all rmarml lo Ood Nor mumiund at Hi. chMtnum rod Stvect br th* m< and peartful lh. aleepiiiB Ood a *,.>. I. Int -iid llMMt arc H III* keepliis %  Mi U> be remembered b> I i: So-ll end> Alice*!. I. Purelene. Muriel lOBBssjnti lir-twrt 'brother.. Rti.,; laiiiet'. E Small i 11.7 M • on RK.\T HOUSES DIUCHTU-OOO"—On I Uwrmct Gap Prom Full* furnished Apptv to r rOBMkBi Wort.,., CAB Private Ford Prefect %  I.IJLIP vernber U0.1 nSiMnSk Aupiv to : %  *.'li.. It.-1 i*iblr party %  a. WVU i On Uir lea.id*. Proepect *M Jamei 1 b**a-aomi Ptom ID Au|Ut to aoK n*d tenant Not !*** than months r particular* iinaj TIM ^ Il.TM-Sn "ORAKDALa." St. M*tthu Qan. Haatlfia* Unf irniihed. two-ator* Mcnen. Available AUIUM lt Fermi* BTM In NOTICE TermInelu. I > \ Invited for repair* to tha %  >*' %  J#et to tha aixmnal ol tha | and additional Nurse i qua:-. Application! will be received b> the undaruejud up to Saturday Una Jul> U OSWALD L DCAKt V-.t. CWi. !b Lucy B 1 so—n NOTICE I Ma. y the r.-tock ROOMSCool A Cn.f*.t*bl*. fur. a****, ttattirura Dtttttct SHcallant lea Bathing Dial BBSS t 1 SB—In Application foe on* or oxxr St Michael'i V**try EihlMlle... ri-oi, Collec* will be recelve-l |i '' I Vaatry %  .p to < %  • -l"iW. July II IBM Candidate! muat be Iha aona o( parUhtonrn Ui •trallenad cirrumiUnce* and muat not b* tea* than nor more thaUS' /ears ol ape on BBtlt June. IBM to be provad bv a Bapti.i.ial Crrtirleat* whi ch I WI accompany the apph>-ati.-n Form, of application can be oblalnc | at ir.e vaatry Cle.fc'. OrBce D* Order E c rlll>M*M Clerk. St Michael. Vcttr* Veatry Clerk OnVe. Parochial Bulldin*.. nndeetown MH Bl ANN IK I)I(K. In i.u.i|t inernor; SON wtks died Bth j I inlu thee mother' Thy Imai* itlll The deepea.1 nxpiewed on my h And the tablet .. faithful k) a muat be chill 1 uMB Imair depart my tide when Thou enI I tiiaaurrd thee i When my r.an •TOrHli When I kn. l.,t Idol I'd loal ., pa uld maaiure thy hut too well BPta lh. v COOK Ravmond. Barbara and Roland Cab.. alarajaiel. Warner. Raaallnd. Piper. ITIII.lt *,\I.KS Br Public compelillon at our Offlo .lama* Street, on Friday, the Hin Jul* IBW at 1 p.m S.SH .) ft ..f lam ivlth Iranlaiaa both on la I Btrw % % %  Ai'vi logatnae lth Id' l..i.Kluut thereon the pn<(M-it> <>( th. F" of Mr. M E G Wile-, deed For fuilhcT part-.iUr. and condition ol -le apply to: HI TCIIINSON a. IIANFITI J). %  ollcll %  UNOER THE DIAMOND HAMMER 1 KAVF b*M ll.-tni.'.-.! to Mil by public (*mn>etiiion on lha apot on Thutaday lJth July at 3 pm lh dwrlliiuf-lu-UMc.illed "Mayaro" aituaio at Kocklcv. Chrl.t Church Tha aamr condrta ol open vetandah t" the front. %  rUn|)ad Sam %  ; Itold For MaBaili,c I 11 T BO' %  REAL ESTATE SHOP AND snw vi ft J Apply Jin. Oll>l~. HoMMB Hill LAM' Detiroble bultdlnl ut > G'.ieme Rail Terrace Dial 34K. 1 7 M t 1 .i TICC SNt'OdCRY rteatch 3 tpdrooma rlectrtr liht. bath and •dy for the WOODVARK-Pinr II. pM h. I nl.hed Mid S-vtc^b-r to mid /.I SPI.XNUJH CtK>L poaltlon FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE ^.^L P"" WB-X1Y Al SFJ1V1CI Now make, po-lblr luc holiday! I* .Icr one manaKeinent RAT1IO MIU. TOW'KR HOTr.L SI Vincent and %  UNNY CAIUBBKF: on-tha-aan Beajuia laland ofleri all that can be daalred H., %  ful •cenery. aa>-bathlru(. ftahi-j rven ruldnea and ban RATRS H t per day. Por further **tol| rvatlona. ITIROI. Q BOOKS Dai T, Saint VlDaant. B W I CAR—Vauxhall If | itodel I.BOO mile.. In lion—Courtesy Carafe V Saloon 1MB BBMSwaal NfppV Dial *Cl| B ; so—si CAB Vaimhall Valox IB h p fact Condition Iwo tone palnl work iruirk *IMf i CM • Mori !Bl C In ,ood condltmn Price reaionabw, apply to V E Moore, cor Pa>ue B> Baxter* Roada StnBW Sport. ROAIWTFat in excellent condition miiaaae iu*t *M a one COUt Br CO Ltd 7 1 St-'*t. ELECTRICAL KtmCWmC VCLCANISCR8 — Stonor. I parfaCt MI I canine Job AM patche* n vntlotu alre Courteay Gaiaae Dial %  "• %  B 7 SO—Sn REPrUaERATOR -American Olbaon r S Monroe A Co 14d M niRNITURF 1 I'llMTt-RB—On, iv Rideboard. l -llh Cupboard, r Tnble IB let -, Apply iiuated ai w-ii HouaaR. p I of land AppK to Jam.-, llunte. Crane, SI. Philip II 7 SO—In AT VSNTNOM Kill hi I \ ih.Ml 7BJO0 aq. feet (bulldlit land Wlt>' wale* mpply on Ute All or part lot fair Apply Box y Co Advocate Co II 7 So—In \.J? i i • I fl l*n WANTED HELP A Qualified NURSE for St Jmeph'i Aln-.thoutc al a aala*. of SM M P-1 month Appltcalloni wllh Crrllflcate li b* Iprwarded to the r*a-ochlal Medic* Off-ei. %  Ellanfowan.not later thai Monday, nth July. 1900 Any Puithar PartleuU %  %  .-,. the P M O A A It i.ll.l Cletk. Poor 1-w Guardian". St Jo-eph B 7 SO— 7n be ob•1I5CELLANEOUS GUIVEA GitASK AI raiaogi HBBJBB Pa-a r Road D H Roach Tclrphon. GALVANIZE Plpea |(, sn d 2 mche. alao Galvanne flexible conduit in .Ire. Imch and |Uj mche* Enquire Auto ?1„ vompanv. Trafalgar Street Phone MUM-Stop, Juat i n >tr. Mum in tw. md refreahlnf droilriiii Knicht DTMB 7 ao-n. •.-rrnija (0 e M Iwor4 pi „ rr -.,1 .' '""" dl Bul,T • ns "i"*'" """'-.nd recaMlr.ra A BARNaxI A CO. LTD SI 80—1 f.n NF.w PIATTTRS-Dinah Shore. Frank *.n.lra. Btn| aid aU tha real Come • i art. bui quick. A BARNES B> CO., LTD St I BO—t f.n PVE LTD oBtor il.e modal BBG a v-lt -iiwnve batlery radio for Srhoonera for thnae deilroui only of lieni*aj Inot .endingI Thli radio will enable weather report* Iranamltted from Bon Juan to be hand anywhere In th< C.riblienn Enqulrlaa to Pye Ud P O Box 1R0 Tel sta 17at-Sn PVE LTD niter Schooner onra lh* PVE '-DOI.niW iwo war radio telephone, enihling cornrnunlCBllon bptl • %  M over aevaral hundred milie* Theao ahipmOTila can l>e aeen In Bar' badoa Enqulrie. to PVE LTD P O llox TOO. Brtdiatown Dial SMS 7 7 00 -*. PVE LTD hat* appointed aarvlea d*pnt< in every iiland of the Caribbean in .; ea Schooner radio., u h< %  > nece* atrPtill detail, from T^tm Lid.. P O Po. 1M. BrldBetown Dial 3*48 7 7 SO -4n rci— %  to Was Landy d* Montbrii b* broadcait over %  POT Rent or lloanilna Two Hi G. Ilemen l*rB* d..bla Baxlroom for t %  IBM Parly near lo city. Dial 4*01 WANTED TO BUT OLD 8BW1SG MACHINES. Out n UM bouahl here Mr. Vauthn. Klna Street ot Palrchlld B> Probyn Su (JAMES -One (11 Badminton Set On. ,1 (-Tnqict Set One 111 D*** TennL F,t. >hone MS3-S42I „.„_,„ I-I;IISO\AI I'USSTIC RAIN COATS In whit*. -een. pink blu*. malie M SO each Irf Md*T<> Dre Sliop(>r Itnuid Street B 1 -Sn. %  i %  • Pisd S20 00 l-hon II 7 SO—In PI-\STIC BEI.TH--ror 1-dle. and Children In anortad Oolourm only J*. each The Modern Draaa Saioppe. i -.. .1 ,TI 0 7 so -Bat OFFICIAL NOTICE LN TIO-. A.fHLtTA.^T C.ll'UI OF APPEA1. • EqutUble JurladH-ttoni ItK'HAKl) STAMjn* N1C1IOIXS I'lamtllt TiORTIMER 1'IMPKS Defend. IS purwaiu-e ol an Order In I Court In the above action mad* on the 3rd da. ..t July IBM. I at : ].. ban inxj an. eat! ii tere.t in or any lien or mcumbrano* ^(fectlna all that certain pine or parcel %  I pariah of Saint Michael In cHilainiiiB by admea*tirem> n on* and one llfth prrche. aboutabuttinB and boui < Bl>phaiii on l.'i.i. on landof on* Padmore in common ten feet wl the public ri>ad or hoa BBBBB land. ...fl.i.i mi a road % %  % %  : 'r r Bkja llh Clalma with their arl and voucher*, lo be en any Tueaday. or Friday between th* houra of IS (BOO*,) and 3 o'clock In tha 'ftemoon. at the Office of the CIIn* Aaalatanl Court of Appeal i Court Houae. prldaeW m h day of Septembei claim* mat he ranked -"•'"lui IB tha nature and priority paraoni will be pr> i. %  ,i .' ii, . %  i deprived of all eW the .aid property. Claimant* are alao mu*l attend lh* uM Coui da*, th* nth day ol Sept 10 o'clock a m l.n m. %  .Ill be ranked Given under rrcr hand II July IBM I V GILKEtt Ad Clerk of the Aiaiitarit Court of Appeal 11 7 SO • i'.ttal the nn Wed..*. idrer I BOO. -... SALE OFFICIAL nARnADos. IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OP APPEAL lEqullable Juiladictionl HICIIAK" STANLEY NICHOI.Ial Ptainllir MURTtMEK IWIPIV Dalendant NOTICK l hereti virtue of an Order al th* Aaalataut Court of Appeal daW t"*1 *•) "' July IBM. Iher* win b* act tu. RM alia t thr high**! biddei al the OfRec ol lie Clerk ol the Aieletant (-nl >.( Appeal at the Court Houae. Bilddrtowli I etwren the hour, ol It inooni and 1 o'clock In th* afternoon on Friday fie JSln d... ..f Seiiteml^r IBM. all tl n lain piece in parcel ..f land muatat Jarkaona In the narlah pj Saint Michael In till* bland contalnliu.' In admeaaurrment twu roodi on* lltk p*rph*a or thereabout* abuUlna nd t>oui>dli
w1 ,.i h..e.ci aaas %  <• BSBM BMU Basil ssd bound and if not then -old th* aald properly will be **t up fur male on *v*ry amn-ili.., (ml aoSMBtS Ihe %  im* noun until the aamc la cold foi • vim leaa than *M>. 0 0 Dated thla Ird daw of July IBSO I V. OH.KES AS Clerk of the Aaaldunt Court ol Appeal II T BO—to 123 Killed In Colombia Earthquakes • I I niu I'.ir l iBtry of the Interior annour ^ it was working on %  Docr* National Aid to the stricken ar.. President Osplns Pen-. meBSSBje to the Ciovemot sa>li>v UVe dlaaster hud "okata itarUy**, 'HI VIIURO %  ccordiiiat U 1 tn*> messase from the QapPW was Arboledaa where 70 ueopl. were klUxi Casually Hgum fiven for OIIVT villages were. Curlfllla: 40 dead *nd nearly all houses di-str.ive.1 HarrientoB: S dead Ouedranuinda "i dead Monle Cr^ato* 5 dead From Cucuta. elose to the Co'ombla-Venetuela border. 2 atrong tremors were reported Epicentre of the quake believed to be nearby in Roguta iM'lf where three light tremti! were felt Father Jesu* Emili.. Ramlrr Director of the Geophvalcal Institute In the Colomblnn And said that the earthquake was the "moat violent of the la^t tsealvaj year*" -md comparable with that which desifoved vdlnges in Noith On Idas and South Antioquia reFebruary 1938 There were four tremorf on Saturday with th-Mr %  niceni:. I m ":<> mllen from Bogota in Ihe region nf Cucitllla ,nul Arboled)Tha" were felt throughout COB0**I1 H anr" In ra^tem Veneztielt Colombian Minister Roraa n-*id that the "villages of Cumtilla. Arboledaa. San Jose de Avila San Joae de Montana and Carmen de Nagareth have been half destroyed. Salazar. Huranla. Mutl7onn. Charnchirn. lap Contuan.i Rorhalfma. Pnmpltnlta and Pamplona are serious!v :net-led —Reatei HARBOUR MM. In Carlisle Bay W I'i'kcs llus Caiialage I rmihliUnder' StaaBAahip Celtic a under Van Down steamahip frankly n D %  Uiipper Sealv DBPAJITt Bl Rchoon* !" "Philip H Aucuetua B Compton oa 3 Marr M Lewi, In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station CABIX AND WUaXLgtaS .Mil U .-.d.i-e (hat thanvan no*> ei • lift lh* f.illooliai ahip* throuah thrl Bart-ado. (oaat Station S S Dolpntc S S Vinni. S % Sun dale. S S Yvonn*. AI> r Nil*.. Mr* I Bar Mlaa a rakour*. Mr Pierce. Mr C Btor North Koreans Prepare Atlaek # from page 1 i to be Ihnisinn; at Taejon down this "backdoor" corridor east of a frontal assault Two northern regiments were wiped out there yesterday by South Koreans Tokyo headquarters announced that 71 Korean tanks had been i and 59 others damage*! since June 25. Combined force* in Korea knocked out 272 trucks and damaged 184 and destroyed 5ft locomoliveAllled alrrorre* loot 20 planeti up to to-day not lag five Skymasters and one Australian Mustang reported mbalng. ist* loit 41 eral Stratemeyer said there evidence that Russian pilots flying for the Northe Americans are using the new (lie bomb napalm. It Is a jelly like MI Us tame dropped in special tanks which explode on impact. In a broadcast to-day the Korean radio < i Ui ll Korean Prime Minister Kim Ii Sen said that half a million people had volunteered for the Ninth Korean forces since Ihe outk of wt*r The broadcast reported by Moscow claimed that all Korean* supported Ihe Northern mica. Oeneral MacArlhur has advlaed the li.-f.r-.. .Department nr Ihe I mi. .i State* thai "great Improvement" lii trullrated In the holding raaaollltlea of South Korean troop*. A US Naval spokesman aald thai Ilntish and Amerlrnn uniiwere continuing lo patrol the east i-i *.f Km''. Ileulrr Thlrketl. D Bourne „ blanl>. K Croaaley. Mr P Anlor. Mr P Walker. Mr*. M HaaaHl. ftl. 1 Fletcher. Joaeph Walter. Mr Kit UridB-e. Ml. Killealda* Mr* Nell.. Mr J. aUrton. Mia. O Robert, M i U>P*". I'm mi From ANirioiiaj &,,„,, Mllnl I*iUle Coroin. 8ir a*ora> S**fl From La OUAOtA Noel Honk Em Bare* Poorrnan Dili. Marion J Bin Irene E Elba. Lee John. Pabloa Ignai >. "tern MUIHM Lui Otero. Bita Otciu ~ I-" Otl Carmen Otero. M Norn.. Booerto Aacanio JAMAICA Mr Lawranc* Ban Mr Thorn*. B.oi>* Pvaaa ntaffJaro HICO John iio, wart. Jeanett, • lion. Pa*a I until tin When I i.il.i him I i id BBBMI nmoar thai hr Monlii lie until elesa despite his cheerful o| tta Wet iu but be • U had dinWulty In walldag on Batt day a Umptivg i ki bed up the l'.i\ili..i. .u-p^ al Niu tli.unptOBMhtra count* |Totai*tl Ntvthainpt "i-.ni masseur kVOrkacJ on bin OB Saturday and again to-day and Weckes (old DM la evening that he >-.. much easui riii.i ..irtii.itc bad api aot Bth bsMn "iitiviim bim t raan howi \. i Wt W^HL.I.IMH! wh.ihci i* l^ .i legacy of hifootball playing days. It would be a tragic blow f.n llic West Indie* to lose the VVeekes .,'.*. Walcotl la still feeling in if a strati \, .. ft.mi the lot* of run lttUa| DOWssT, .iddnion.il strain will bo) thi-mn on the rcm.iuidt i ol the team ill nut be given < %  upporiiiniii for resting and to ,u,\.u .M'i>niuiK. John 0od4ard, weal ladlai atdivsar, loU ma b> alsAit bt WU ids.feeling unwell. aorna | aan tao be on the head by a ball and as a result VII BUbJati M QaBB B0jDl Heceiitly those spells ham ..hi.. ceased but to-dnv foi the first Ltioc thaj ra-occufrad irhllo <;..!dard was fielding. He wen! t< bad sarl> and hopes to bo m i.ro.it Is Persia Threatened By The Rods? PARIS July 111 %  that a Communist attack on Booth by aim!ii in Persia. "It must be admitted that the I I tradll %  dltturblni i-mii La Meada da>elarcd. Kvrntual attack might take on 'he appearance of a Communist j>rted from the outside v...n Premier's! forcoa sufllie to smother it. as those of the i. !46 in troops had \mg be%  %  %  % %  %  The qi • %  a yesis ag<> has not decided to begin Ha action at^inst Persia U %  •tier." L* afonde added Itrtiler. SHIPPING NOTICES I W.I A 1. 0*eal*>. Mr. ra. Mr N MM Cnaae. Mr I Ml R.C. PtteBta Musi Stay At Posts VATICAN CITY, Jut] Hoi] Sao luiv gtvon It. 'MI. in Catholic Mlssionarle R I U) teinjln ;i t tfaau poai it wag i. vealed hero to-night Th, i Sliwcll In southern Kara >d liv Amerii'iii oar, M.ra.'r, '.'• "" fc ,lv, "t* *•'" has his aeot a Keutif MS IUU avnvK* Arr. h.. % %  "h June I llih July ) tl.ltV -IKVII I sniiHitiii \u Naaa* aj MU. ss 'ALCOA PlUiHIM U. ...\ 1 IKNAM %  1 ALCOA itiiNTEH" s | AU OA i',ii AIUS Haalreal Jin r 10th AJB 4lh %  aan ii...... July lOlh .ulx 14th Ana Til. • oavaiwi wo u i iMesaar ftsSH icela BSWB IMM •ll'il 1 : i>'"' Moiigar im lltrb-da J .. Ml itaaaaaaoa MOB , IOTA a cu, M 1.TTJ. el. m TU -*d ...... a*>.M* PASSAGES TO IRELAND \ Pi I D otTor passagea to Dubiii, pat MV. u DUAlA H Daai MiUna from Roaeau aimut 2'ith June, and ttrareaftar aix>ut trar> iimi> -three days. BUtkajla fare, C.o, usual rtcJucUoiu f.n .luldren. Apply direct PLASTIC HEAD TIEBA Fine AuortiienI In pretty Floral Dealer.* *• each \1.-i. Drex sh ipp* Ii' i Street B T 50 —Sn in'HX 5UIARK oilBT 90 Per Bat *r for 3 Kilt' At WeaUruiretarul :.,M.ll<>n ni Jamee a 7 so an (JITAHNV Marl and broken (oft *ton.> ..utahle t-i buildma rubble wall Apply i.ii%  .. %  !• ..i i ,' ... si OasSfaj II 1 SO—Sn %  rl aa BBBI • i hold m.aeli .•.nlrarii'S I re-ponaiol* lor an*on* oebi or 1 ,a written order .Igned Sore Mouth Loose Bloody Tooth ill... .ll'iK tiunia. Bore Mouth and I...... Taoth i"-n that ton have rren.h Mnuth or porhana 1 .llaeaae that will aooner or later eatkfe your teeth *• %  rail out >nl ... ran-Itheumatlam an.I Amoaan t..|^ Bum tililfHaa tha flrat dar. *nda aoro mouth Nly iiEhtena thI Amoaan muat make ith wrll and a*.. Amosan rorProrrhe*—Tfcnch Mouih TOYS-A wonderful aaaortment ol S.ull Toya alao Mouth Ora*n. randlnd ft.-m Me upward! The M Bhosaa. Broad Street. B 7 so Si. nisi FOIMI LOST i Setu: Outitde the Hoyal Th. > nal.t one Brown Wallet (.interning otei and private papera belonainS '•> t E Plitpatnta. Bt Lawreia-e Oae lea** notify B F Fltipatrirk. Man. nut AT Co or Worthlna Polire Itatlon Suitable r**aard oBeterl Proftssitntl IMitt ir rurs>iiM \ ... JIII Post of branghUman, P.VY D Iromlnlea Applications are invited lor the post of Draughtsman in the Public Works Department. Dominica The duties of the post will be the piepaiatton of plans and working drawings for simple building projects, from rough sketches. An elementary knowledge of rent* for quantities would be an added qualification 2. The salary of the post |g 11,248 x $90%  $ 1.138. commencing salary according to qualification^ The post is pensicnable. Leave v ill be in accordance with local regulations. Quarter* are not provided. 3. Applications with details of experience, qualifications, reeonir endation*. etc., should he forwarded to reach the Director of Works, Dominica, not later than 16th July, 1950. auiMal 11 ,| .rail is s, /, I *N'> I INF UtO IM A N /, UHBl h I CITY OT nrjEJerar." sail A* laide Ma> lath. Melbourne Jim rranov itnaa tin iir.^... < i ari.vnti at Trinidad ab..ut July tie s I'UWT WB3-llh(T. %  %  'iifu.l Brtabane ear:v AuaiM bourn* mad July N ui..,.,j. i AuBtiet >IIIVIII( TrHitda ut Bth 8*B>t*mb*r %  %  -I. hae aaaaaaj i fioien and see. %  H led 0.1 ihitnmt. ink 'h tianahlpnwnl at T. Qutai.a : Barhadoa. Wina ,-—• ~s wrTiiv a co i A*T*nla. Trinidad LA COMTA A Ci) lTt> Aa.i i. Baitiauoi II W I Si HO..NER OWNERS ASSO (inc.) Tel Ki %  %  lac Al ciA MLMMFIt M. ..A sANtlEH ALCOA li.iA.MHi SH nYFjono SSi Attention is drawn (0 the Control of Prices (IVefence) (Amendment) Order. I960. No. 24 which will be published In Uu Gazette of Monday 10th July, 1950 2 Under this Order the maximu prices of "Pilchards-Canned are as foil OCTAGONAL BRONZE 3d COINS 1 advises for Ihe Information of I 3d. coins will be put into eircuT 3d. pieces are no longer minted The Acting Colonial Treasun ihe Public that the OCtaUjMtaJ brats latlon by the Banks shortly. BJ siK by the Royal Mint. These coins should bg ie:idily accepted as they are legal tender. but. owing to their heavier weight, they should not be generally mixed with other silver coins deposited with the banks in parcels Only one of these coins may he put into a $50 parcel and not more than two into a S100 parcel With these two exception-, these coins muat be deposited separately witr A photograph of the coin Is iielow •• • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborange The niri'M way oftmhing HALIBUT LIVER OIL llda by HUN 1 HiNBURYS LTD., LONDON Aa the Manufacturer* have dn Idt-d thai repairs to one of our I n.in'ran no longer be delayed, thr Company ha* In ronaeciuenre had to put thl* (ieoerating Set '900 K W I out of rummioolun and. owing la Ihe .eduction uf oUndhy Plant now available aa a result, mar find It neceisary lo -.hed load at n.ti-r 1 Jduring the next few rrunthv Our Cmiaumers are asked to ro* operate by exereislng the utmost economy In the use of lli.tri.it* particularly during thr Peak period hrtwrrn 6 30 and H ;II p m. until furthrr notlrr. inth June. 1950 \ --MIT1I. General Manager