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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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English

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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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Wednesday,
July 12.
1950



“ei Cane |
Looks For £800,000
Butlin Seeks Dollars |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, July 11,
NEGOTIATIONS to find £800,000 for the completion of |
~ “ the Butlin Holiday Camp in the Bahamas are reported |
to be progressing in London. Brigadier Keith Thorburn, |
chairman of Butlin’s (Bahamas) is believed to be seeking |
the money from a group outside the Drayton interests |
who have already sunk “950,000 in the village. |























































































BACK U.S. TROOPS

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FIVE GENT:
Year 55



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15 DIVISIONS BATTER

AGAINST SOUTHERN LINE
300 Allied Planes S: afe Reds

TO,.YO, July 11.

"TIRED AND BATTERED American troops,

outnumbered five to one in men and four to
one in tanks today fought stubbornly in the bat-
tle of a triangle for the vital river defences and
cross-country railway system of South Korea.
They fell back on their ‘‘no retreat” line before an
all-out Communist drive down the main highway

































leading to Taejon the provisional South Korean
If the new group puts up the money it will take the | capital
form of the first mortgage debenture stock secured on the ir , +’ For some days Communists had
Bahamas property. ;been building up on ab
It may also acquire a share in T | 7 Pyongtaek-Umsong ju putt
tthe equity of the business. Thi ) ek e an ol ne 37th parallel $ They
Hel, Asked will place the new group in the flu in the entire North ¥ ro
/p , position of having first claim e ~ . Third Division to. force. the ;
on the Company and its profits \ a I _ Of hrough tl Kum River de
° ’ ) } ;
For Fire _Frederick Ellis, Daily Express | AAMT oree fence line
city editor says that if the Lon- ms , i At
e e | don talks should fail, Brigadier | ~ ‘ ° ‘ e neavi ae
V tctims | Thorburn will try to raise money | 70 sroups wee HWes aopans
in New York | e this mornit ufter an
In any event he will fly to New : wae eee ondien this te
(From Our Own Correspondent) York on Saturday to join M1 WASHINGTON, Jul oe v ’ * i rail
BELIZE, July 11, | Butlin, who is already seeking President Truman to-day signe | °° SU e GR: Gatial Fa a
Governor Sir Ronald Garvey in | @0llars to complete the village. uthorising a combat Air| a ee? nile hove the
his mid-day broadcast appealed “Meantime” says Ellis, “interest | Force of 70 groups, but carrying} n
for help to aid 105 victims of last being paid on £450,000 unsecured no appropriation to finance’ it.| ia A
night's fire, presumably caused by loan stock put up by Drayton | Since roup size ire -variat diers counter-attacked tc ten
films in a warehouse, completely | interests is 5 per cent — a clue| there no way of detern | the Communist onslau vhict
burning out 13 houses, and se-| to the interest that will have to| ' planes are ) was supported very heay
verely scorching 6 others be paid on any first debenture.” machine-gun the dawn
; Ellis adds that as Butlin left for; THE STATUE OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA was taken to “Verdun* in the parish of St. John yesterday afternoon I ets the p iin t | i
‘ The Governor announced that New York, he blamed City finan- | Under a shady tre Father Patrick Moore speaks to the large crowd who are gathered around him on the lawn. ol ana aire Ont A Headquarters spokesman
a Sanita has been formed to} ciers for some of his troubles The crowd, the majority of whom came in a procession of cars and bitses from Bridgetown, joined many Catholics from St. John, who came Unit Arn | said to-night that pressure had
he Pp, as the Red ‘oss which im- He is reported as saying “finan-| to attend the service and see the Statue. Before addressing they, Father Moore offered a short prayer for the sick Fore trength let been continuously exerted on
mediately sw i ill} ci ; e | ; |
; are ‘oh Swung Into action, will] ciers in the City who were! — ————_—_—___—— reste ————- } nine authorised limi American lines all day and
spetniG carry the whole re-| backing me had told me to go ~y e Pe ‘ | e Cor \ ippr “we are retiring to prepared
SPONSIDINty ahead, and that they’d find the 66 >» Fatim positions.”
The Government has given $500] MONey needed to make the Vaca- | e 2 Cl a l i a S ji a rt Bill wa moral North Korean infant ;
to help. A Red Cross spokesman aa a big co earner,’ ’ \ for Member tion tactics were koue
said the Society will aid the vic-| 4 little ungrateful,” conclude: G been clamouring f haye — eve fers
tims as long as necessary. Nine Ellis, “seeing that the City finan- | ® 9 99 | kK a ue oes roup alr { . Pre 14 Oy ES eee: SECS ’
persons suffered burns, shocks,|ci@rs — Mr. Harold Drayton’s| e eS nh tes Ou rt } sisted that the Unite H 1id that North Koreans had
and cuts, group — have put up more than | e 1 , caiid noe amore | 15 divisio n the whole fror
half the £1,750,000 spent so far.”| I oO Verdun fieite t the pres t line th about 5,000 actual eor
ph A ill i = ece B : : ' bat troops in each Division
> 2 ~ ’ 1 Ors ee : Korean sniper ere busy {
¢ ‘ 18 e group Reute
Pleven New | Trieste May Be Attlee Listowel Suggests Study | vic coc os is, poate, | .iccree” Suipers, ape, em aran
; WY 7 | Patin vent to the Gath racemes | WV ! and
e
{Chapel at Verdu St. Joh 4 f usl A )
e } A 1 nin Sw . 1 % r %
Premier Of Another Korea Cnsieceta | Economic Prospects yesterday. afternogn., “THE stat SPORTS Northem tank was blasted off the
} , left the Ursuline Convent at a hig ty by anti-tank weapons it
Warns Sforza { = . | (From Our Own Correspondent) proximately 5.30 o'clock, at th W NDOW Pee oc Mar oee: garner tee meee
ranece “” | LONDON, July 11 head of a procession of cars anc ' : another-—from among |4 cso
ROME, July 11. 4 ‘ we oil eae ‘ pare Aas buse: OLD BOYS MATON vh tarted action or from. the
Italian Foreign Minister Count rac 1e / The British Government should not declare forthwitt On arpival at: Verdun there wa The. Annual ’ Pas ‘ | rese
seiasiibihos PARIS, July 11. | Carlo Sforza warned tonight that their attitude to B.W.I. federation, but should wait unti |a short service and Father Patric! A ly I ta
(wane aan ron ae ris ee ae become snotaer LONDON, July 11. all legislatures have had time*to consider. the &.C.A.C } Moor , who brought the statue | Achoo! Grounds Play bes { Pressure
3 er o orea’’, inding up the Foreign Prime Minister Clement Attlee report, says Lord List “Ls . Barbados, spoke to the congreg I }
: f 7 ; . Says stowel in a lette . » ~clé ® te ti N t ' t mt of the
tin epuiblic. a debate in the Chamber a | the on repudiated some words in (Mant Wy at VD he Se oe m aaa < da tion in the beautiful grounds of an abate: (an 7H Pina ' a en front B: ¢
1 oF a new Govern-| Deputies, Sforza said it was an|the speech of War Minister John rata rf eanis "88 é , nent pro Tthis country home, Later in the Vice-( gE. Burs ‘ Ge OF Moree, COMMUA!
ment to end France’s three weeks| “audacious reversal of the truth”| Strachey on the Schuman Plan nouncement at this moment as a deliberate attempt to in Jevening the statue returned to St i Burl 1 W. Clark are rling relentless pressure
old political crisis seemed very| when Leftists claimed that South-]| Attlee told the House of Common fluence their representatives, and in effect might well be| Patric! Church in Jemmott Sera ae i eee by their Second and Fifteenth
near tonight as the chief parties| ern Koreans had been the aggres-|that Strachey “went wrong in the reverse of what was intended Lane : E ¢ Mivisions to gain control of east
agreed in principle to join a Gov-| sors. “How can one believe that a| the words he used which migh This evening it 5.30 t aes ‘ilway system eXcey
Slaven under Premier Rene] Government would be stupid} wrongly have been iv It should be sufficient that a : ey ervice. th non sige ao ae A abies nd
leven. enough to launch an attack which puting certai tive parties at home accept Fede: Our La Fatima a , mesreen ant
in the space of a few hours was | French Gove tion and will do the tmost | mor a || Australian planes yesterday had
The Joint Committee of the|not only repulsed but was trane- 1 spoxe ter Strache sive ‘he hatacs rales wath 1.20 a a eee ee ee their most extensive day since
Socialist Parliamentary group and formed into retreat which is stil] |! given an explanation of the assistance they may ask fo: . . ° a6 we ofteunivs Began
the Socialist Executive Committee] going on He refuted leftwing con- pass ct further it” f 7 S = "Pri SOnNCKr ae : par ea a oA é- 4 .
voted unanimously in favour of|tentions that the Security Council | n : Lord Listowei adds that » ] ° « a Ae WATE De EPR
the principle of participation. The] action on Korea was illegal be- | alleged Lith constitutional fut of the We | ‘ ‘ | N . ae amags " "
Radicals and Popular Republicans cause Soviet Russia was absent him referre ladian is pend io we in ae apa uncio rid ‘ ) mile ; orthwest
had already voted to participate, “lf one neers this one must , aces Gia sciett we i pect of economic stabilit Vv ® aS | Denounces e y ania i . ! a brid
M. Pleven was expected to form| @¢cePt the assumption that a faeh tae the pdaitl wn This implies a continuing bo ViIISSING \ 1 Pp 4
his Government late tonight or to- United Nation: me Seale a ee 4 “Par li od af ance of revenue over expenditi ; Y » hu ; r 1 i ' ri tr : a
morrow. He had still to negotiate eC ations can paralyse al) uy : a in the reg § vhole f ras 4 a rao
C 7 ie a a t a) spit , Attler id tha 1e region as a whole A ° Ground trafi te
with the parties on the last points °"* of that bods Reuter act com 2 vat oter. oa n orea Jere ACUUON r be . i ha , ester {
of the difficulty as well as on the cratic supranation It does not exciude tempora terrific toll of Communist
distribution of portfolios. n€! deficits in particular area iri VAT pK vy “a
p ia ed oe ka vi ec ) i i.. fromn “Wureibe, | VATICAN CITY, Jul | WASHINGTON. J ind supplies and 6 rth
/ ( mt polic “om ‘ricane or othe: . y ; ‘ WAS NG q i ;
He was expected to keep M. Britain W ill Spend . as ronment policy : a patted ah ! Official Vatican circle tis ay tacts AACA axa cain is ni ere Ithocked ‘out bes!
Robert Schuman (Popular Re- abet ae ; chy sae OMIBAL they | were erious! Ame 190 trucks, according te
: * a > net he ‘ and Appreciation Needed ried” over the fate o on- {attributed “o an America antd
eee at the Foreign Office, 3m. More On siren ‘ ad plained he PP meine 2 dec ani r Pp nt ag Be to i" ‘ Ser oner of — the ar
lend over the National Defence 1 1" } nt For this -as } 1p at i. folic | Communist as reported
re mself considered he ri reason he ugge ld Ww 1ington-born A postol v I South Korean troc were re-
Ministry to M. Jules Moch Defence a a : would assist consideration of lele te in “ote 1 oi 1040 it} by United State Government norad “wo a. falling ao in the
(Socialist) and either keep M , Attle A have report in the West Indie f sf lieved here Monsignor | Monitors, The prisoner iden-|! battle for the ¢ ‘ilwayvs on the
Maurice Petsche (Moderate) at LONDON, July 11 made our pc 1 parte ! jective appreciation of the Fyrne not in Seoul at |tifled in the broadeast by Nort astern side of the country.
the Finance Ministry, or give ty sritain is budgeting to spend an} in thi atte 1 iy nomic prospects of region cou 1oment it fell to Northern for | Karean-controlled Seoul FAaGio & The worst fighting is at
to M. Rene Mayer (Radical) extra £3,000,000 this year on | well understo ( rie : be made available i ut « in ne of the ure . ag tain Ambrose H ee o Chungju 50 miles north east of
—Reuter. Western Union defence, a Govern- |!!! France—tl Mn LORD LISTOWEL possible furthe outh th ha nee be 52n rmy battalion 24th United Taejon and about 25 miles
ment white paper giving supple- |i advance tu | = apt i —Reuter state Vivision, The further to the north east
mentary civil estimates revealed “ nal authorit . a | ee ee This would be a_ formidat a - aid + © that of ny ent ae ‘ Here ( unists Fifth div
° r . | today nh ate! : ou ‘ 7 rye task which he feels the Develop ’ , rericy | stater nearls 000) wore in} ‘ t} South Korean
Malik Cancels Trip | “4s extea sam w said he regretted the tone of some] Wapyt Will Not |iven ann wenn I ULS.ARA ANTS | Eugiit denouncing the United | tan os val
t : § ‘as as needed for } ®@'c 4h : , 4 + nt an elfare rganisatic Wes l Al A , Kade '
hatte att I | constsattes or development of ep ee ai: th ints fe BPY UN night be asked to undertake a ‘ State ntervent in ith-easterly f
4 SUCCESS, July 11 military works — headquarters | Schuman an gurit , rar they can spare the time fre » ghti 1 barbarous ager ve Kade-r bout 9
_Mr Jacob Malik, Russia's top| communications and airfields 3 Reuter | Support : other dutic 20,000 MEN iction d git Americar ©}of the strategic ¢ { Tat
ered ean delegate, Coneelies | part of the plans of the Brussel s | CAIRO, July 11 Lord Listowel continuc WASHINGTON, July | lesert to t Commur I tr hic uld
us Sailing reservations on the! Treaty powers, it was stated ® S | J Spy foreig ointing out that the British Ge US § ct ‘ Reuter ) re &
cae Ste F . : \ ’ s é oc | he Egyptian Foreign Ministe:,|} iting ou tat the British G I , ele 5 @ on page &
Polish liner Batory which left here| Altogether, “supplementary _ es Police MASH |v. Gach BM bin Bey, told re’|ernment’s time to act will bel Agency toiay voce pew Bre ae
today. r. Ma ik was to have re- | Limate totalled £ 10,003,603 : porters today Egypt “fully con-|when the legislatures have cor turned to the Soviet Union on | nearly £2,500,000 extra—was re- ° urs” that aggression in Korea idered the S.C.A.( repor ur | arm oon as DC ble and
“home leave”. quired for the German secti , ecret adio i wat ageres: - S a2 | Dee Nee : ‘ e ‘ ° 1
Rai 4 ( r the German section of should be stopped, but had decided| expressed their view jlater than September 30 . » . ae P
neu Patcs the Foreign Office —Reuter ‘ | not to upport the United Nation Defence Department sai este K OvVI¢ ? S K ri ) py I many
St: tions j:esoiution to aid South Korea “be He considers it improbable that 20,000 conseript ? )
W t I s N | a , he suse she feels the United Nations }every recom: ‘i ) x” needed for the arm
ITWERP ' not acted as promptly in pat|accepted and says the S.C.A.C_ | earlic possible date” t > dkhZ ; ge °
es n 1es [ ee Se ANEW ER} Pap u ,| coses of aggression as in the pre-Jor an equally repre entative bor manpower need Major Gar S ) | I ion
Hen. pedpls eee iH Weoce 4 bent should = then be convened Lev Hershey, Director of Sel 9
e e pow ie > pet: radio ee rope He edded; “Egypt believes that! reconsider the proposed ° alt , tive Service estimater ci
anne migra 10n er ; i Meoust then eve % te ui a TeercumoP «Occur tions to the federal constitution] take his ageney 60 da BONN, July 11
Genied in court the . ar hould be stopped promptly.’ i de beat to’ ok | deli once draf The : ee { ) :
10u ¥. and do it 7 » obtair j ive! me iraftin 1 Vr cial Democratic Part men jun i
transmitting pr f Saleh El Din Bey said: “Egypl * 1 I t i ould f . 5 .
| al ss Y sé Dey I a gun } ie said it could fur Rees ae, Scania th. 7 s
(From Our Own Correspondent) against Leopold, | denounce both Communism and aN A Decisi as mar 300,000 men thir ( ae . au l tated that S " at rae en aM i. :
LONDON, July 11 | t ibvers | Tmperialism Egypt copsiders / ecision j antes $60,000 million a reparation from Germany since 1945
Barbadian Mr. C. W. W. Greenidye, ex-Chief Justice! ; er’! Western Imperialism as the cause Logs ea did od ' ieeniindhiiincana tis ‘ ! t cing ut
of British Honduras and Secretary of ‘ithe muse (a) Osh ee ate eae” Se failed”, concludes ‘Lord. Listows | > S A ri Milits : h of good “tom ¢
Society of Great Britain has stresse ; EUR BeAblai Poop with (Sommunish which: foment®iiae ghall have to decide whether| MA ARTHUR CHANGES pprove itary of goods taken fron
oO ; reat Sritain has stressed the grave problems] cas ‘ Reuter. P , hs ediniies | DEAT ENTENCES ‘ rent produc i i
of over-population in the West Indies, Mauritius, and other!‘ Hato ai 4 Rite ke thet a | EATH sf KY¢ iC 1 i [ ~ cA
parts of the British Commonwealth in a letter to the Times. | .° ; ees Grom ko Caribbear ( et Hep: Ger : Fad. aS Aid Bill In owe 6,000,000 000: Bonen one
as a a tr ( p ‘ } yene MacArthur to-da 3,000,000.06 , : ecupic
one es the news a : hs y altogether jut for the time being} muted death sentences on fe NASHINGTON. J erritoric t 6,000,000
ns bs an international conference ) the ball in the othe ourt” | se Army officers to life ' incsne POC cama nd pert to1
ai try earlier tt LONDON, July 11 1€ ball i Japanese Army officers to li fhe House of Representativ’ prope elonging to refuges
U.N. Fund For lhe held to study methods relieving Vy j ecu erna- Sir David Kelly, British Ambas- ; prisonmer vith hard labour Foreign Affairs Cor mit rth $16,200,000,000
Sa problems in Wes mn tient. coi pli arise | sador in Acie Dm ieday saw M Lord Listowe nade -| An Eighth iy Military ¢ ais : pproved The Soviet Union ha
. | Europe, @ writer says: “We a ae "> oy, st t f th Caribbean ntenced the offic ( aon ae ken fror nat
Backward Areas shout ets lose hh f hi » fact | Out of isiwe engths | Andrei Gromyko, Deputy Soviet}Mmonth tour ) € iribt had sentenced the offi ers, in ruman $1,222,500,000 Military en f Ge \ c
{ 7 . I bs t T ‘oreigr nister > and j area in 14’, and presided a ing venera amu YOKONAaN 3 c 2511 Car f j r ' $10,000,000,000
that. there are latte x cep | by cla Ten | Foreign Minister, in Moscow and 1as ‘” . 4 A at ; \ 1 | rokot \id Bill arrying i ' 0,000,¢
GENEVA, July 11. | : Te a ee one ' discussed the Korean situation|Conference of the British We Commander of Japanese Westen | i oupled South Korea triatior 1imed at t)
Ak people in other parts « . rp « f t
Mr. Sehnake, Chilein represen- Fein veers i ffais th fre eigt 15 days | with him, a Foreign Office spokes-§ Indian Governors in Barbados } Arn for beheading U.S mt ( erence he emor
tative on the United Nations Eco K nd the tinit —Reuter man stated to-night.—Reuter November office in 1946 —Reuter The Committee | ic
nomic and Social Council, stated Governments iret wnat ese ase Te ee rere oo P ecord- as fay the estat ri ecially e
at to-day’s Council mecting ere tn ne Sekt ae ee ent of a Pacific Pa i ‘id was. the
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BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

JULY 1950

12,

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e e | B.B.C. Radio Programme
} WEDNESDAY, JULY 12%, 1950
7 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m. News
i 7.15 an Jane. Eyre 7132
' Tom Jerkins Trio; 7.45 a.m
Generally Speaking; 8 a.m. From the
* — > nm» . Fditorials; 8.10 a Programme Pa‘ hde,
IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G August Holidays | 15 a.m. Work and Worship; 8.30 a.m
Head of Development an BBC Welsh Orchestra; 9 a.m. Close
Welfare in the West Indies and ITH the August holidays] | D< wn; 12 noon The News; 12.10 p.m
Britis! C Chairr f th . Pip ee ral ' Ne Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Musie for
mer ee , Soon approaching = Dencing; 1 p.m. Mid Week Talk; 1,15
Caribbean Commission left t people have already moved d wat p Radio Newsreel: 1.30 p.m, The
terday morning for Domir Bathsineba, while otners have World of mevenaat: 2 p.m The Was;
: si i . noke ext c 2.10 p.m ome News fron itain
B.G. AirWays. h yuses booked for next m nth }2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 p.m
Sir Gefrge who recently atten- Families, especially those with Pavilion Players; 2.45 p.m. The Skid
ded a njeeting of the Caribbean several children make August “a Kid; 3 Dem BBC Scottish Orchestra
Commiss#ton. in Martinique wi'l »e must month” to be at Bathsheba ea Tu ag me
8 ca for one week ; aes an the neigh | Hotel *b pm. Acdondatn * Gtaniode: z egen SET * acon
offic Asiness . buuring islands will, of course, be 5.15 p.m. Programme Parade; 5.30 p.m rt traces the noise to a cup- whatevers the matter: claim
Fath as returning home, but August is | Light Orchestral Music; 5.55 p.m Rupert h ! ns the door. the little bear. “You've got what
ather an on sieo. the *raontis. when we gut | Bestane vs. Australia; 6 p.m. Jane toard, and he gently opens ‘ - You wanted. haven't you? You're
cD Ss NE | 5 * ivre; 6.15 no Pleas " j
aes Soe and tis many Trinidad, B.G., and other ea0 P on etkeee aie ‘Domne Inside, to his astonishment, he sees i) 4 palace and you belong to a
son Rupert arrived from W.1. visitors. This year we hope 7 p.m. The News; 7.10 p.m. News dolls of all shapes and sizes piled princess!" ‘* Yes, sobs Miranda,
rinidad yesterday morning | will be no exception, Analysis; 7.15—7.30 p.m. Cricket Report high on every shelf, and in ene ** bur she got tired of me within an
Sere at. Seine is Here fe be: i a ae . Peet corner is Miranda rocking too and hour. Oh, dear, I'd never thought
about two weeks’ ¢holiday but Returned From U.K. Moody, ton Heesennes mccain 4 Doe fro and moaning. ‘Good gracious, of that happening.
Rupert will only be staying for Radio Newsreel; 8.18 p.m. Mid Week
about ten days Talk; 8.30 p.m. International Eisted- eS.
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Rupert who is with Schlumber- Pine stock; 10 p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m
*s “aracas has turned Pe pst Interlude; 10.15 p.m. Here Howard;
ee a on “eg nas "it pir me ; three months’ holiday in the Unit- 10.45 p.m. Stock-taking; 11 p.m. From Wed. & Thurs —5 & 8.30 p.m x
Mexi s. two ey eee ee ed Kingdom on Monday by the | the Third Programme %
a me iter wae c “Cottica.” They were visiting | WARNER'S THRILL DOUBLE |
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coming here.

They are both staying at
Rockley.

Mr. Stone has a daughter. at the
Convent here

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proper

Patricia Wayne (below) prefers it two-string style.

Ann Howes
thing, but



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“THAT HAGEN GIRL”~

also John WAYNE and “DUKE” the Miracle pees in
“*MAUNTED GOLD

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| MORADABAD.

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turned out here to meet a grow-

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very popular in America







thoroughly explored in a movie to
be made in Jamaica, “Sunken
Treasure.”

Robert Preston will star in this

Holiday

G. M. KING and Mrs.
M. Arthur of “Leland,”
Hill, returned from their



A Second Look

NORFOLK, England
Everyone took a second look

















overtime to fill orders. —(CP)





GAINETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES













, ; ar, ye ; r THURSDAY 8.30 p.m
Piayers, instead of coming onto thriller about a sea captain turned] “he? in ee ee —— STEAMER HOTEL WARNER'S EXCITING DOUBLE BILL | és o
the ‘stage from the “Wings ‘will diver, who finds the treasure and] UP, 2! Roval Norfolk agriculture! | EDINBURGH. “| BECAME A CRIMINAL
walk down the aisles, up the steps ue the ioot as evilly as Hitler pas , . — A steamship will be a floating with Trevor HOWARD—Sally GRAY and
and onto the stage . | hotel for 100 members of a Danish eeu” 7 1a J > 2
How it will go over in Barba- : There’ . ) : Margaret wore aq pink silk orchestra scheduled to play at VALLEY of the GIANTS
dos remains to be seen, but it cer- SIR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.MG., ere’s quite a story back of this! dress featuring a spectacular the Edinburgh Festival | this Wayne MORRIS—Claire TREVOR—Alan HALE
tainly seems to be a novel idea left yesterday morning for Project: “Sunken Treasure” will! heart-shaped bodice. Tne curved | August. —(CP) Friday, Saturday, Sunday —g.30 p.m. Matinee Sunday 5 p.m
Tom McGee is again in charge Dominica by B.G. Airways, be the first of 12 films producedl neckline continued in sweeping ; WARNER'S HIT JOHN GARFIELD in “DUST BE MY DESTINY
of directing the new play. He is pictured here on his way ee ae under a meveenie ares down the elbow-lengthed
Left B Gascogne to the aircraft year bag usive franchise granted | winged sleeves —— =
y j Tee to Jack Berman, hoth executives Topped by this her ensemble ROYAL (Worthings)
7. aaa nek Trinidadians on Holiday of the Kingswood Film Company Mb a hat shaped like a viking
‘a . . 2 Tet: cath ISS ELSIE LUMSDEN $ar- Talent spotting ia London is | 2e!met, made of white straw, To-day & To-morrow 4.30 f 1) UN ami
Sent Gap teroone. eee rived from Trinidad on Mon- a Lester Cutler, executive of | With wings on each side E e & 8.30 \ af ae
land. Rev. Coldman will also be day morning to spend her two oe ae ri Company in oe ‘Action Packed Double ‘ \ it { wh 1
leaving Barbados shortly. He weeks annual leave with Mr, #amaica. He 1s ere to sign UD > SESS George Raft in - - - : : GAN ee
leaves for Jamaica on Friday to @2d Mrs. David Hutchinson who @n English actress to play the
take up_a temporary appointment are at present at Bathsheba on female lead opposite Robert arose AQUATIC CLUD CINEMA (Members Only) “INTRIGUE”
there. He will then join Mrs. holiday, Miss Lumsden will be ton in “Sunken Treasure.” Does ; and
Coldman in England. staying with them down there. Hien take have any idea who the MATINEE; TO-DAY at 5 p.m William Boyd as Hopalong
Corona Club _, Also arriving on Monday from full y lady will eh oa have , TO-NIGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT at 8.30 Cassidy
NETH W. BLACK- Trinidad were Miss Cyriline an conat ahead Of us, anc The Clown Princess of Screen and Radio ! : in 1
R, KENNE t —~ Philip who is here for about one We shall consider every actres JOAN DAVIS THE MARAUDERS

BURNE, newly-cppointed
Governor of the Leeward Islands
in succession to Lord Baldwin,
was at the annual Colonial Ser-
vice dinner held in London last
week. The Colonial Secretary was
adn the chair and those present
included Lord Milverton and Mr
John Dugdale, Minister of State
for Colonial Affairs. Mr, Black-
burne has just relinquished his
duties as Director of Information
at the Colonial Office, and is now
turning his attention to his new
post. He is not expected to come

Pe : “ he has spent much of his time in wide a market as possible for “AR ‘A & at |
Soreties Leewards, though, till th Balkans, and is soon to visit our films.” Chedunetners pe aa AERICA BCREAGE
L kv B k Greece again. He says the island progress at the moment, but until To Nite at 8.30
ucky brea he liked best in the West Indies everything is signed and sealed Madam O’LINDY &
RINIDAD ACTOR FRANK was Grenada. “Traveller's Tree’ Mr. Cutler is not prepared to}

SINGUINEAU has just had

in

a lucky break. He is playing in photographs, ° “ “CARACAS NIGHT” ‘Tell nie
Noel Coward’s new show “Ace With British Embassy On Long Leave i

of Spades”, which began at the

Cambridge theatre in London last
week, Recently he has had parts
in “Beaux Strategem” and “Deep



month, and Miss Norma Finning
from Port-of-Spain, who plans to
spend her leave at “Super Mare”
Guest House, Worthing.

Travellers Tales
= RAVELLER’S TREE”, a book

of travels through the Carib-
bean and Central America, is
shortly to be published in London
by John Murray’s, Author is 35-
year-old Patrick Leigh-Fermor,
D.S.0., O.B.E. A member of
the Traveller’s Club in London,

is illustrated with some very good

ISS DOREEN PAYNE, daugh-
ter of Mrs. G. D. Payne,
of Pine Road, who arrived here on

for every picture’, he said last
week, Margaret Lockwood, fin
Todd and Jean Simmons are
some of the top British actresses,
but rumour has it that Hazel
Court, one of the youngest and
prettiest of the J. Arthur Rank
stars, will get the part.

Mr. Cutler, also said that part
two of his mission: is seeking dis-
tribution agents in England for
Kingswood Films. “We are going
to make a real 4

he said, “and we want to get as

announce the name of his agents.

R. B. BARTON, Assistant
Colonial Secretary, Mrs. Bar-



success of this,”

in “HE’S MY GUY”

with DICK FORAN, IRENE

A Universal




















|

HERVEY,

Picture

FUZZY KNIGHT





TO-DAY & TO-MORROW
5 & 8.30 P.M.











FRIDAY NITE at 8.30
Madam O’LINDY &
TROUPE

im
“CARACAS NIGHT”

UMPIRE

To-day 4.45 p.m.
Thursday 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.





United Artist
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello
in



TROUPE






ROXY

To-day & To-morrow 4.30

doctor ..

Gregory Peck, —

: June 22nd to spend a holiday with ton and their two children were . . :
ee NOt Nee Some tWO her mother and relatives, left yes- among the passengers leaving M-G-M- Big Double Caw'an autishprte help ta Bidling ?
Freak ee the provinces. terday for Puerto Rico by B.W.I.A, Barbados on Monday by the Gas- Wallace Beery, Tom Drake

ank is in his late thirties. He jntransit to the U.S., where she Cogne en route to England on in ‘ounds heal of their own accord when they are kept free

went to England in 1946, and has je with the British Embassy in noliday. Mr. Barton is on six fi o fib ah es
been there ever since. Washington. months’ long leave. “THIS MAN’S NAVY” rom the geris tha: cauce septic infection. To keep
and 7 j > - " . Sas : caitinc . . ‘i
io INCA. at: Oe DEGIRIONE wounds in the neatthy condition tor healing, surgeons
BY With have for years relied upon ‘Detiol’. This ruthless des-

By BEACHCOMBER






Greer Garon troyer of gerras is ne 1-poisoneus, gentle and safe on

os oe Moreen, The amazing Dr. Rhubarb heard ot Threadgold's Thoroeue oe mye ae While it disinfects the wound, ‘Dettol’
é ychologist, 1 ; ach. ai jarterette till you saw the flag OLYMPIC aves the living tissues Jomace ‘ :

; ; ; CLIENT yr. be asks artere ill you saw the flag on eaves the living tissues undam

wrote his eight-volume treatise a OF ake REUBEN: Bes their building. Did it make you PATRIC KNOWLES e iat maged to continue the

on the secret thoughts of worms,
and came to no conclusions at all
at the end of the task, the sub-

whether this amazing soul-
doctor really deals, in person,
with all the questions he is asked



buy a pair?

Mr. Howlem: Can't seem to









WILLIAM GARGAN
Louise ALLBRITTON





To-day 4.45 & 8.15 p.m.

natural processes of safe and rapid repair.
Thursday 4.45 Only

Gui wie A apt e ‘. keep me socks up. Suss-penders Final Inst. Republic Serial

; ao Certainly. He has a ste f 3,000 I I uss-pender

ject has been neglected 5 - aie dassity? Ji raag Ale his LUrst on me, String ‘urts. Elas- Jerome Cowan William Bendix “DICK TRACY RETURNS” ‘Ss Ee * ’
comets et eee ee correspondence, ‘and he gives his feih, — burst on me, like me Mary Wickes Don Portes With ”

SEM worms en aie Sh personal attention to every prob- ‘ha a SrOre et Blése i as Thomas Gomez Ludwig Stossel Ralph Byrd, David Sharpe, THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
They are in a sole Ohe Goto * lem however trivial it may seem. th aay peatey 2, nee answer Lee Forde

Folie aS 8 : OX CON- 471. prestige has reached such a the question, Did that flag influ-

and the

necessary
fadget to administer

an electric

peak that many people even con-

ence your sock-life?






Screen Play, Stanley Roberts + Edmund Joseph «



John Grant










Thursday Nite at 8.30

. : i } Mr. Howlem: It made me_ try Origine! Story, Stanley Roberts “CARACAS NIGHT”
ult } before boiling an egg as ee ' ape a i c i ?
shock with a separate route lead- Aa Ste a ead ae Ay 1 ante tuckin’ in the tops, but the ’ole Directed by ERLE C. ae Scavenbal enemas ALEX GOTTLIEB
oun =... a re 4 _ ‘Everything is psychological.” er fell down again, 7
path it til ae By ay = - ssid Rhubarb yesterday, “And t . napdriver: You saw the flag
think. If they saat sttniant ed the analysis of every thought and pee BA didn’t buy the garter-
7 , a setae petion is essential to success in C'S:
the electric shock, it will prove \“ Mr. Howlem: If y ‘ad fallen
, it life.” A : you ’ad faller
that they don’t think. On the . ; socks, and then burst yer braces
) c ; / aks ; has tor Socks, anc ourst yer brace:
ee, ong a will ae _- pynat. ds be a docto! Revo ote to el up, so as
y etc, etc., etc. Any worm who . you ‘ad one ‘and for the socks
ran i ; Myself: Subli logy, Mum- - ;
pe the bo Aen shor Ik for six , it - ‘o rs aha TAteiirtistics and t’other to ‘old up yer trousers,
S$ on end, in preference io a you wouldn’t be

meal of earth, is either a thought-

less little rascal, or one with a

perverse taste for electric shocks,
or i _ » wer

We
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Gelling Nowhere
Cocklegarrot; Mr. Howlem, you
have said that you had

ey

never

gapin’' at no
tlooming flag.

Cocklecarrot; There is no point
in all this. Call the next witness

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Two-Party
Merger In
Poland

LONDON, July 10
The Polish Democratic and La-
gro¢/ps merged yesterday

bour

ac-



col g to a press message fro
Warsaw received in London to-
night. There was on this occasion

none of the widespread publicity
that attended the fusion between
the Polish Socialists and Commu-
nists in December 1948 to form the
Communist dominated Polish
United Workers Party or last year’s
combination of the three Peasant
Party Groups.

The Kurier, organ of the Demo-

cratic Party—usually regarded
here as representing the intelli-
gentsia among the Communists—

—ah da plain front page statement
that the merger had taken place

The Labour Party loses its sep-
arate identity and there will be no
change in the party officials con-
trolling the Democrats

Political observers in Warsaw,
the message added, believed yes-
terday’s step was just éne more
along the read to single party
domination in Poland, expected
before the next General Elections
due in 1951.



Britain, Yemen
Hold Talks

LONDON, July 10.

Britain and Yemen will discuss
all outstanding mutual problems,
including frontier delimination
and the establishment of diplo-
matic relations at talks in London
beginning on August 28, it was
announced by the Governor of
Aden, Sir Reginald Stuart Cham-
pion today.

Among matters due for consid-
eration is the ineident of Naze
Marqud, last August when Royal
Air Force planes bombed a
Yemen fort in the Shabja district
which is claimed by Britain to lie
within the Aden Protectorate and
by the Yemen to be Yemen's ter-
ritory.

The agenda for the discussions
also lists “the manner of the de-
termination of the status quo fron-
tier as it existed at the time of
the Anglo-Yemen Treaty of 1934

—Reuter.



Virtue’s Reward

PENSAX, ENGLAND
Albert Smith toiled for
to make his farm a

Farmer
five years
success.

It should have been a happy
day when he received a letter
from the Ministry of Agriculture
acknowledging his work and
granting his “Grade A” certificate
--..except that he also received
a letter from the Ministry of
Works informing him that his
farmland was to be torn up for
open cast coalfields.—ILN.S.



Reach Agreement
In Tin Negotiations

WASHINGTON, July 10.
The Reconstruction Finance
Corporation negotiations had

reached an agreement on term:
with Bolivian negotiators for the
purchase of around half of
Bolivia’s: tin output, R.P.C officials

said today
They stressed that the negotia-
tors agreement, now being drafted
into contract form by attorneys,
must be ratified by R.F.C. Directors
end the Bolivian tin interests be-
fore a contract could be signed.




The negotiations, long under
way since the previous contract
expired December 31, 1949, ap-

parently were spurred by the out-

break of fighting in Korea and

the recent recovery in tin prices
—Reuter.



JULY 12, 1950

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U.S. Using

Pressure
On Greece

PRAGUE, July 11.

The Greek Communist party
has alleged that, coinciding with
United States “intervention” in
Korea, the American Imperialists
consider that the moment has
come for actibn in the Balkans,”
according to Ceteca, official Czech
News Agency,

The Politbureau of the Greek
Communist party made the fol-
lowing statement in a broadcast
by Free Greek Radio.

“The United States is exercis-
ing permanent pressure on Greece
to compel her to carry out direct
military action in the Balkans

“Provocations against Albania
and Bulgaria continue The
imaginary threat by Albania to

Greece is alleged to prepare the
ground for direct military action
against the Albanian People’s
Republic which the Americans
have chosen as their first Euro-
pean victim because they consider
her to be intolerable”.

—Reuter.



Oil Company
Makes Transfer
Of Assets

TORONTO, July 10.
International Petroleum Com-
pany, Limited announced today
that it had transferred the market-
ing assets of its Colombian affili-
ate, Tropical Oil Company to a
newly formed company, Esso
Colombiana’s, which would mar-
ket and _ distribute petroleum

products throughout Colombia.

Currency exchange control
authorities under the Colombian
Minister of Finance, Dr. Hernan
Jaramillo Ocampo had made the
new marketing arrangements pos-
sible, International Petroleum
said, by providing that the mar-
keting assets sso Colombiana
should be registered as an imported
foreign capital.

As a result dividends earned by
the new company were subject to
remittance to foreign shareholders.

—Reuter.

Just So

LONDON
Seeing is belieying, so official
Britain has turned thumbs down
on the possible existence of “fly-
ing saucers.”



The inter-services Aircraft rec-
ognition Journal of the British
Air Ministry said

that in Britain

thousands of
very few

reported

“It is significant
where there are
trained observers,
‘saucers’ have been

‘No Royal Observer has sight-
ed, much less reported one, and
until they do, we think that
everyone may rest assured that
the flying saucers, celestial or su-
pernatural, do not exist.”

-LN.S.

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SHOPKEEPERS

HOUSEWIVES

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Cpl. Jones
Is On The
Alert

NABS THREE MORE
same etme

were yesterday

motorists for
exceeding the speed limit. The
cases were all brought by Cpl

Jones of the Traffic Branch..

The heaviest fine which wag £4
was imposed on William Robert-
son of Hastings for speeding with
the car X—1121 at the rate of
32 1/7 mp.h. on Bay Street,
which is a highway on June 17.
The speed limit for this area is
20 m.p.h.

John Marshall of Brighton,
Black Rock was also ordered to
pay £3 with a shilling cost, for
exceeding the speed limit along
Black Rock Road with a motor
van M—2254 on June 15. The
speed of the van was 32 1/7
m.p-h., while the limit in this
area is 20 m.p.h.

For exceeding the speed limit
aiong Constitution Road, with a
motor lorry on June 17, Marcus
Morris of Bank Hall was fined
£3 with 2/- cost to be paid
in monthly instalments, when he
appeared before Magistrate G. B.
Griffith who had also fined the
other motorists. The speed of
the lorry was 20 m.p.h., whereas
15 m.p.h. is the limit for this
road. Morris appealed.

Too Tough
For Webb

LONDON

Even Food Minister Maurice
Webb has found the British meat
ration too tough to eat.

A deputation of butchers called
on the Minister and complained
about the poor quality ewe mut-
ton supplied to the shops during
the past few months.

Webb told the butchers he had
mutton delivered to his weekly
ration but found it too tough....
he could not get his teeth into it
and had to send it away.



—LNS.

Unclaimed Bread

LONDON

A 224-year-old legacy which
bequeathed two loaves of bread a
week to “the poor” of the village
of Saint Mary Cray, Kent County,
England, remains unclaimed. No-
body wants the bread.

The gift was left in the will of
Valentine Sparrow, of St. Mary
Cray, who died in 1726 and is
buried in the chancel of the parish
church,

He bequeathed 14 cents weekly
“to the poor in bread.”

Other bequests in Sparrow’s
will of $2.94 to the vicar, $1.48 to
the parish clerk and $5.60 to the
churchwardens for looking after
his monument, are still carried
out annually.—LN.S,

MORE BULLETS.
LONDON.
Farmers in Britain are ap-
pealing to the government to
take the purchase tax off cart-
ridges. Rodents and seed-eating



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Soviets Again
Hold Up
Traffic

IN BERLIN

: BERLIN July 11
Russia has released 16 West

German postal railway waggons
which were confiscated on Sunday
night, but is still holding six
Twelve of 16 reached Berlin this
morning and the other four were
sent to Hanover in the British
Zone. West Berlin postal spokes-
man disclosing this said 318 par-
cels were seized and some others
damaged when the waggons were
detained at the frontier check-
point at Marienborn in the Soviet
Zone, 100 miles west of Berlin.

Another West German postal
train also arrived here this movn-
ing. It included six mail waggons
which had passed Marienborn
without being checked

It was stated last night that if
Sunday’s waggons were not
released by today, this would be
regarded as evidence that Rus-
sians again intended to interfere
with rail traffic crossing the
Soviet Zone between West Ger-
many and Berlin.

The Western Allies were
believed to be prepared to make
a strong protest against the con-
tinued holdup.

Soviet Officers at Marienbor:
who blocked waggons were the
seme whose interference with in-
terzonal trains once before paved
the way for the blockade of Berlin
in June 1948. These officers had
been absent from Marienborn for
more than a year.

—Keuter



REBUILD BOMBED AREAS

LONDON.
Provincial cities and towns in
Britain are to be allocated
$12,000,000 next year for re-

building bombed areas, This will
be spent almost entirely for
reconstructing business centres
devastated by air raids,



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Plane Sighted





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The dodo, of course, is now ex- !2th Judy 1950
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North Borneo is another colony a 2 - a
to issue a new set of stamps The London Daily Telegraph
. reported that after a few days
4
hig month fighting Korea its information
Both sets Uahting in orea : g

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TRANSPORT

THE entire travelling public led by the

Commissioner of Police and

the Department of Highways and Trans-
port have been endeavouring to give the
fullest co-operation in the effort to bring
the best results from the new traffic regu-

lations. But there is public

the concessionaires and the inspectors who
. travel on the routes could do more to see
that the regulations are properly carried

out.

The activities of the Police in seeing to
it that the regulations dealing with the
overloading of "buses are strictly obeyed
have brought much desired comfort to
those who are compelled to travel by the

*buses.
travel in one seat.
ber to 27 passengers on a ’bus

which have been recently constructed to

carry 31.

It has brought slight inconvenience to
those who cannot get seats when once the
*bus is filled to capacity. In many instances
the concessionaires have not put extra

*buses on the route even at th
between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. a
tween 3.30 p.m. and 5 p.m.

and other city workers are travelling to

and from work and breakfast

This situation is even aggra

fact that inspectors and owners of these

*buses sometimes travel the

occupying a seat which might have been

available to some passenger.

accommodation is insufficient and to re-
duce the number of seats even by one is to
bring a sense of frustration to those who
have no other means of travel.

It ought to be an easy matter to travel
part of the distance to check the number of
passengers on the out going trip and then

to await the incoming ’bus to
central terminus.

pected moments but for an
inspector to travel the ent

check the 27 passengers is to defeat the
object of the regulation and to add to the
inconvenience which the travelling public

is now experiencing.

The entire transport syst

policy of granting concessions is for the
benefit of the public and not the conces-

sionaires or the members o

The system of ’bus transport as was pointed

out in the House of Assembly

nothing less than a monopoly system; and
those to whom concessions have been

granted ought to realise that

carries with it a responsibility to cater effi-
ciently to the needs of the travelling public

on that particular route. To

standing in the street or to prevent them

from catching ‘buses on
merely because an owner or

is desirous of remaining in a seat which an

intended passenger wanted is
object of the system.

A week ago the question was raised in

the House of Assembly as t

was not the duty of the Government to

investigate the seriousness of

in which several school children from St.

Philip had been left on t

Bridgetown in the afternoon when they



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and arms from Russia is supplying North Korea's war
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observations on findings when he and a team of experts | fone T ‘ eeTS
toured Soviet-occupied North Korea in 1946, Tins DUTCH BEETS

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e ir ‘es a etween history. originals,” with the excepti of). F
England and the West Indies CNakts y. Sussex, at Brighton, their captain, whose name was |importations of equipment and arms from er ee eS
starts at Trent Bridge, on Thurs- 1911. Lawrence. The first Australian) Russia and whatever remains of United =
the staff of day, July 20, “Alletson, a Nottinghamshire side proper to visit England came} |, * |}
Among many historic balls player, was an hour making his tém years later and was mentioned States lend-lease material. |} f I HRO N
they will see the first ball ever first fifty. He hit his second fifty @@rlier in this article. 3 When our mission visited North Korea in| ; 2
used by the Australians in En- in a quarter of an hour. After The visitors’ names — surely 5 “ |i LOW-DOWN SUITES
gland, during a match, played on lunch he scored 115 out of 120 in Se ~ colours and | 1946, we went there informed from numerous \ bacheieh alee
a a oe 33, 2% 2 2. en oe ae ae ee scores read as fo ee sources that industrial plants had been dis-| } +H-U
ottinghamshire efeate the an in ar. Innii 1 : ay om ee , T- v 5
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Frank “ghadlock wok ene greatest batsman o1 all time, is “Piger (Pink) 4 ‘ * We were misinformed. We visited Pyongy- WHITE LAVATORY SEATS }
Somersetshire wickets in four conamemnaratgcl itz a Compas oe os #8no Jang, Kyompio’o, Chinnampo, Sunchon, Sinu- BASINS—22 ins. x 16 ins. & 25 ins. x 16 ins. }
consecutive balls, at Trent China plate, which was designed «peter (Gray) 1 iju, Y Ww d , vith or without Pedestals)
Bridge, on June 3, 1893 to quark ine: Doctor's success. i UF Dunas (brown) .. 3 Wy Tongempo, Baw Hewes SINGLE and‘DOUBLE DRAIN BOARDS and SINKS
, , * w > jes a t t , : : ‘ é i
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One nents history: pevition the years 1865 and 1895. In the “Exiras pete. tries in these areas which included iron and SINGLE ALUMINUM DRAINBOARDS
is one dating from 1,800. It is centte of the plate there is 8 por nota) je -«s3 for 4 | Steel, metal working, chemical, power, mines, ALUMINUM SINKS—24 ins, x 16 ins. & 30 ins. x 18 ins,
t » inches 1 hi tho: ; , , — wkts. Ne ‘ :
i) Se gonna oc on a radiate one hundred bats, upon ‘The Commercial Club totalled mills and smelters, textiles, and pulp, paper GALVANISE SINKS
¢ P which his figures are inscribed. 9) and 372 i it appears that}and food
butt of a musket. Another bat ‘ and $i4 and it appears wat/ and food,
i , Dated 1800, there is also on these they might have overwhelmingly . : PORCELAIN SINKS
which impressed me was oN€ hallowed walls an amusing “New Pi te at *| Most of these industries we found were
ft =o ; B W defeated their Australian oppo COPPER PIPE ; ;, % ins. 34 ins., 114 ins., a
made from an ancient oak pine, Song of the Cricket Match.” This rents had they declared at a ju- Pe Ricca RR ilar i i Pe cgalae 2 Mate



























across the river
just outside
claimed that
which this bat
under water

years.

except a few

tree, which still
square

of North”, as he
is also on view,

trait graces the
George Parr

e peak hours
nd again be-

when clerks

until 1869. His

vated by the

entire route

Already the

return to the realize. That

State Secretary
chief of

police.

owner or an
ire route to

in Europe. A

attacks Bolshev

tion forces, he
News Service

em and the wants to

once part of the famous bridge

the ground.
the

for
Like George Parr's far-famed

leg boundary,
river, and into which “The Lion

wont to hit many sixes
day, one of George Parr's bats

(1826—91)
ained Nottinghamshire from 1856

us of how cricket fashions have
changed. Beneath his topper he

The sickle that
reap Austria into Russia’s Europ-
ean basket is a grave threat that
few free people of the world
is
warning of a government official
in an unique position to

Australia’s

Graf is considered one of the
most fearless and outspoken men

Conservative People’s Party, who
very noses of Russian occupa-
in this article for International

remain
consider and combat the danger

p s© concerns a
Trent, which is

It is
wood from
was made was
a thousand

records,
Worksop,

for it

guineas

stands on the @
near the ciety XI.”
quaintly as:

of Nottingham,

The

was called, was
in his

while his por-
pavilion wall. ;
capt- followin

picture reminds Reotasod,



AUSTRIA

VIENNA
is poised to

By State

racies like

the blunt (Note:
know—
Ferdinand Graf,

security

election).

subjected to

member of the
degree,
ism under the
Austria _ still
makes it clear
Austria
it must

that if

free,

masters in

at every turn. He tells, first- ital of
hand, how the Communists
f their staff. operate. how difficult it
It would be a great mistake

last week, is

jected to

i i ‘ Austria is the only country of

scarcely known to the people of the Austrian industry is under 3 3

this privil the free world. Soviet control and that these of — ~ pore ee are MANILA.

is privilege It is the only country in Eu- industrial enterprises pay only @ ain i Uri st eat daylight| The Communist bamboo curtain is closing faster : : .

rope—indeed, of the entire the taxes they want or no taxes on While aia Brcameensnins Party ib and faster on Democracy in South East Asia. in attractive materials
world—which has not succumbed at all? Vienna is so unimportant, with} Deep concern for the final showdown between the
to the choking grip of a There can be no doubt that y+. cal . :| “little d Sate B

leave people “People’s Democracy” although world Bolshevism expects to es iin ~< ouppeaien e emocracies’ and a half dozen Communist d |
troop units of the Red Army are reach the goal which it can £08 tees it ts the hadpog au oe rebel movements in Southern Asia is being ex- an colours now
on. its soil. never reach by free democra- Avstria which aeiess any nupoet pressed openly in Manila diplomatic circles.

other routes
his inspector

ministrating
to defeat the

that gives
opportunities

revolution.”

against the Turks, Austria is again|the table methods to destro. methi s _
It is almost a miracle that come. - at a stage where the issue of free-| and unstrengthened over a arlile Bees ages ° ot SIMPSONS
% arhethex at Austria has immunized itself | In the question of punishable dom and of the Occident is to be} Other diplomatic official l ‘4 f : i ‘ D
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the situation

he streets of

had already paid in advance for their

monthly transport.

Now the same complaint is
City.

The stystem of concession

Z oo
duced in order to prevent unregulated com-

petition which brought
lie.
own form of transport.

of the travelling public as a

Our Readers Say:

Stop Communism

The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Please allow me space to
say that something should be
done to stop the pace of Commu-
nism, which seems to exist every-
where, and an effort to better con-
ditions before too late, More unity
and sympathy is needed, in place
of greed for power. How can we
become workers against Commu-
nism? Let us try first by being
sympathetic to the sufferings of
others, ready to help, and also to
lead those who’ are would-be,
Communists, to enter the right
channel for preservation of peace,
and value of life. |
VOLUNTEER

chaos
satisfying the needs of the travelling pub-
Private organisations such as Cable
& Wireless and certain schools have their
Could this decen-
tralisation not be extended for the benefit

It was even held that
any concessionaire who allowed this might
have broken the contractual obligation.

Psychiatrists

without brain,

to underestimate

world Bolshevism in Austria.
This borderland nation is sub-

dangers

On the other hand, it also has
the only freely-elected govern-
ment in the world which is ad-
areas that
cupied by Soviet divisions, a fact
Bolshevism

to
directly or indirectly, a “people's



America have emerged from their

the power of

that are

tic elections in

der, via.,

are oc- shaking the

many social security.

bring about,

match which must
surely be unique in English cricket

Nottinghamshire,
November 3, 4, and 5, 1800. The
contestants for the two hundred
prize-moncy
“Sheffield Society XXII" (22) and
a “Nottingham or Sherwood So-

“Majority in favour
133 runs.”
the ‘poet’—obviously a Notting-
ham supporter!— gets to work on
a longish jingle,
triumphant spirit of which are the
lines:—

“Now Sheffield home they do return
Unto their wives and children,

Their folly there to mourn
lNghthearted,

Laurels green may wear.”

Even the expert radio commen-

FERDINAND GRAF
Chief of Austrian Security Forces.
Communists find in free democ-
Italy
Austrian
have never polled more than
per cent of the vote in a national

This immunity against Bolshev-
ism however, must not give rise
to careless optimism. Austria

power policy to a very speciai
Let me explain further:

the price and the date for which
and when they will
their
World Bolshevism
intentionally tries to make capi-
this lack of security.

Does the United States know

balance its budget as long as the
financial measures of the
try are subjected to the sabotage
of one of the occupation powers.
as long as a high percentage of

a ‘People’s Democratic” surren-
economic measures by
confidence
stable economic

The less supporters Communism
has in Austria, the more limitless
the means available to them be-

dicious moment
not do so is not
of this strange
of which reads
leg-pull!

The Trent Br
founded on

was played at
on

were a

result is given
as “The
shire Cricket.”
of the “Old Tr

skippered the

Then

typical of the

started and ca

to raise the

cricket.



wears a beard and a heavy black tators sometimes have difficulty in used to make many runs on the dinner, Bal eur SAUSAGE «0... eee eles eee eee, Per lb, 1.05
moustache, a black bow-tie, tight distinguishing the dark faces of ground he founded beside his old] His words pledged friendship. Today, we Ta OATS eee escent eee e es oo» 16
white trousers and black boots! the West Indians. This difficulty int on the bank of the Trent—a]|, : : ‘ : OOSE TEA 1.0.6.5 .see se seee eee e eee eees ” 1.00
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At the same

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form, which is
is

Communist had

the hood they
their collection
the Communist

does not know
again be
own house.
in Austria
gain what they
As persistent

Austria are ag
propaganda, the

is for Austria to
coun-

like none other

Austria; namely,

C It would be
in a one to remain
development and

democracy is

As in



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They make more 3
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them
effort than others
Britam, where

when the weak

May
William Clarke (
has justly gone down into History
Father
Clarke the owner

nineteen years from 1835. He also

England XI, in 1846, and did much
level

The present visitors from the
Caribbean will be able to handle
one of the very bats which Clarke

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senseless campaign of hatred and
revenge depriving them of the
minimum necessary to live. They
ealled anybody a Nazi who inter-
ceded for punishment in accor-

munists have a bureau with many
with the support of the Comin-
over the very Nazis whose liveli-

The same shamelessness marks

which they believe they are able
to threaten the Austrian people in
an especially effective way. They
dangle the promise of a treaty in
return for signatures.

By using threats they hope to

free nation: surrender.

ed to effective Communist threats
of political and economic nature

from the Red Army and of the
entire Russian power apparatus

enormous dangers to which free
subjected
heart of Europe.

the time of the

er cases than the U.S.A.
“This helds true not only for

operating. Work was being done by Japanese
prisoners of war and Japanese technical
assistants. Russian troops and guards were

everywhere. )

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In most instances we were told that/|
Koreans were unable to operate plants, so it
was necessary for the Soviet occupation
authorities to import Russian help and use
Japanese skilled labour.

When our time for visiting North Korea
ran out — we were given five days, but were
permitted to stay six — General I. M. Chisti-
akov, Commanding General of the Soviet
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fields against the common enemy—the Fascist
Germany and the aggressor Japan — is the
basis of great victories in the second world
war.

“I express my confidence that also in the
future the friendship of our democratic
people will grow and strengthen. It will be
the basis of our victories in the common
struggle for peace and security in the whole
world, and will help in the progress of the
whole industry.

“I am sure that the reciprocal respect and
understanding which is the basis of co-opera-
tion of our peoples will lead us to a quick and
progressive decision on all questions con-
nected with the establishment of Democratic
Korea.”

The “quick and progressive decision” has
been warfare. —IN.S.

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A Netherlands diplomat, concerned over the In-
donesian situation, said:

“Indonesia, suffering from a technical inefficiency
and threatened by Communist insurgents, has a
poor chance of surviving in the new forces sweeping
across the Asiatic mainland.

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sermons are preached on Sundays. |

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MAKE FINER CAKES

air raids affected

perts to observe the Communist pattern Heuie tol. | ter, Anchor Powdered Milk,

are in danger of

‘al conferenc: ith the news hostilities.” mental’ health in a negligible |C0rruption charges at the Philippine Government | Select These— ) d
made in the ge iatine of Dig blood pressure On restlessness, a group of way,” he said, “but even more for | from both sides of the Pacific. “Unfortunately,” he | an
that they are likely to have a doctors who had worked with ex- Germany. yi some of it is true.” _ | Raisl ; } AT
better personality than others, Servicemen and women said: In a state of emergency, the t ndo-China, Burma, Thailand, Siam and Malaya, | Pon ns, Currants, ‘Figs, PUDDIN GS
And those. who. suffer from “Electricity buzzing 30 or 40 group becomes more important Me, Te BEE top priority attention from most of | ite Mixed . Feel,’ Pea-
Ss was intro- restlessnéss are told they have pulses a second (half as fast a’ than the individual, Neurosis aa thi worried diplomatic Corps. | ‘aa on Thee Cherries, Icing eye.
nothing to worry about, It is just the pulsations of alternating cur- ceyelops more readily during ca nie connection, Philippine National Defence | wiatnd s mond Icing, Gran- eet E®~
electricity buzzing about in the rent in electric light) may be the security of the whole population, clals are assigning more and more military ex- Be SUeRr,. ancuor Buy. :
|
|

diana reported:
this complaint

the
or profession,
whole? “They are

Free
The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I am asking space for an
humble plea, that is, for Theatre
owners and managers to allow
our poor children to see on the
screen our W.I. Cricketers in ac-
tion in England, Free.

This would indeed be a treat.
and a blessing for many poor
children are cricket lovers, and
are pining to see the great per-
formances of these fellows of
1;whom they are so proud.
, Hoping consideration will be
given to my plea

CRICKET FAN

~.

On high blood presSure, three
Chicago doctors and one from In-

become easier to
get along with. They may handle
other people better themselves, to
advantage of their

these fast

“Sufferers from

business ons.

Cart Before Horse
The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—I am afraid that all the
amount of talking by Radio or
lectures will not aid a campaign
against T.B. What is needed is
sanitary measures to be enforced
in Lunch rooms and Restaurants,
which are \germ-spreaders.

Inspectors are so vigilam around
peoples’ backyards and _ private
property, while millions of germs
are going down the throats of the
people at insanitary eating-places

Drinking straws, running water
and better sanitation should be
made imoverative

HEALTH SEEKER

waves

headaches, 70 per cent are restless,

55 per cent complain of dizziness,

Many have ‘spells’ of some sort.”
Air Raid ‘Cure’

And on chances of becoming a
neurotig there was news for Brit-
Dr. Lotha Kalinowsky, who
jgrecently completed studies in Eu-
more tolerant thangrope, said that countries directly
others, more ready to do things’ affected by the war have far few-

suffer from

social survival.
“Fright,

In

individual

Too Glaring

The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I am surprised to see
what a vast amount has been
spent by the Vestry for the Prin-
cess Alice Playground and the
condition it is in now. This
amount ,could well have been
spent on the much-needed
Y.W.C.A., which would help solve
the housing problem, or a build-
ing to house the poor who are a
pitiful sight to behold struggling
daily to exist on a meagre dole.

For me life comes first, before
Play-fields. The squalor of pov-
erty is much too glaring in
Barbados

POOR SYMPATHISER

losing in the constant

one’s own life, and even loss
everything, suffered in a
are less significant than the deep-
seated emotional

fight for] Also, for th j B
So, e first time, Defence officials have raDey. Same
3 ‘ . been - meet and Commercial officials ss 13 >
elementary fear for|¢0-operate in the fight to suppress i |
of | the Philippines, ppress Communism in
group, wiienees most reassuring part of the Philippine |

fering in a group
bear than suffer

lowed in these countries. Gold Braid Rum, Premier

added one Western di at, “‘is
F ; plomat, “is the re- |
oer in Manila alone where civic leaders have
vo untarily organized an anti-Communist committee |
representing some 45,000 residents.”

The committee, includes ten le:

_ rhe ¢ tee, ading civie and)
veterans organizations in Manila. —LN.S a

conflicts of the
other words, suf-
is easier to
ing alone.”





Choyce Tips, Lipton’s Blue
Cross, Myrna, Red Rose.
-_ + 1
CEREALS
Muffets, Weetabix (2 sizes)
: ' Puffed Wheat, Shredded
Feet It is a wonder Barbadians have | Wheat
; ony feet left, and tourists are not |
To The Editor, The Advocate going to put up with such rank | se
SIR,—The present ’bus stand inconvenience. The public must| BEER
poh pe under re completely, Protest. Me. Ewans, Tennants, Guinness
¥ e properly termed i F | ‘ic. Ss, B Ss, Gul S
a waiting ES ae g! aie nin feet school children | Stout, Large and Nips
We want a system where ’bus 5;y./G,,Day half fare. Some are C
ihihd ia tn constant motion and et ee and take up very | SPECIALS
transfers available, also no half ‘ | Cyprus Raisins, 16c. per Ib
hour waiting for a ‘bus. DISGUSTED PASSENGER. | Cyprus Prunes, 240. per ib
rm ih Pickled Salt Fish, 32c. per Ib

Carrots, Turnips, Celery, Cucum-
bers in tins

GODDARDS

@ LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plume, but unaccom-
panied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored. Many such
reach the Editor’s desk each week, and readers are again reminded |
of the necessity for the writer’s name to be known to the Editor,
not for publication, but as an assurance of good faith.





WEDNESDAY, JULY 12,

1950



Barbados At Oxford

By A Correspondent

JOHN HAGGIS, the English artist who came out to

Barbados on location with

film unit and whose work many Barbadians will recollect

seeing in the one-man show

the auspices of the British Council, is showing some of the}

landscapes he painted whilst

Oxford premises of the British Council.

- Sweepstake
Reaches
$34,408

HE BARBADOS TURF CLUB

is now selling Series TT

for their Mid-Summer Sweep. Up

to the present the First Prize for

the 2/- Sweep is $34,408.00, but

there is still a month to go before
the Races.

Some people believe that be-
fore the races the B.T.C. will be
selling the treble series, that is
beginning from Series AAA, The
First Prize for this Mid-Summer
is expected to be well over that
for last year’s Mid-Summer
Meeting.

HE DELAMERE LAND
YOUTH Movement Sports
Club are trying to make prepara-
tions to tour Antigua this year
for the purpose of representing
the youth of Barbados in a num-
ber of games.

The Committee of the Y.M.S.C.
are asking for donations to help
them and will also welcome any
other gifts such as old cricket
gear, footballs, etc.

ASTOR EARL JENNINGS

PARCHMENT has arrived in
Barbados accompanied by his
wife and two children to join the
Adventist ministry. Pastor Parch-
ment is a native of Jamaica and
a graduate of the Mandeville
College there.

Pastor A. A. Ward, who for
the past 11 years was connected
with the office of the Leeward
Islands Conference of Seventh-
day Adventists, is en route to the
United States where a world
conference of Seventh-day Ad-

ventists is to be held in San
Francisco.
Adventists, according to the

latest church statistics, are carry-
ing on work in 228 of the 282
countries of the world. This is
conducted in 705 languages and
of them they have printed liter-
ature in 195 languages.

At the San Francisco Conference
the progress of the work of the
church in all the world during
the past four years will be re-
viewed and plans laid for the
future.

N THEIR MATCH against St.
Mary’s Old Boys’ Associa-
tion at the Princess Alice Play-
field, Tambrose made 92 for the
loss of seven wickets. Best 32
not out and Taitt 22 were the
best scorers.

For St. Mary’s Old Boys’ W.
Grannum took three for 15 and}
D. Browne four for 22. The match
will entinue on Saturday.

ATIENTS AT St. Peter’s Alms-|!

house will be able to hear a
Concert given at the Almshouse
at 7.45 o’clock to-night by the
Police Band under Capt. C. E.
Raison.

HE MOBILE CINEMA will |

give a Show at Oldsbury
Plantation yard to-night for the
benefit of residents of the Olds-
bury area of St. Philip.

HE ST. MICHAEL'S GIRLS’
SCHOOL Speech Day will
take place at 4 o’clock this eve-
ning. His Excellency the Governor
and Mrs. Savage have consented
to be present.
His Excellency will address the
Girls and Mrs. Savage will dis-
tribute the Prizes and Certificates.

MEETING OF the Goodwill
Cricket Club of St. Joseph
was held at Horse Hill recently
and matters concerning the cur-
rent B.C.L. season were discuss-

ed,

The members present were: Mr.
B. Downes (Chairman), Mr. P.
Walker, Mr. V. Fenty, Mr. C.
Young, Mr. G. Millar, Mr. J.|
Walker, Mr. R. Walker, Mr. V.
Young, Mr. L. Jordon, Mr. L.
St. Hill, Mr. J. Branch and Mr
D. Dawson.

The Secretary of the Club was
indisposed but later another meet-
ing was held and two new mem-
bers were admitted to the Club.

ih Borns AT CHURCH Vil-
lage, St. Joseph, which is own-
ed by Woseley and Wilfred Holder,
two brothers, toppled over re-
cently.

One of the brothers was recent-
ly a patient of the St. Joseph
Almshouse but he is now out.|
They both tried to collect parts of
the house and it is understood
that on this occasion they are
building back two houses instead
of one.

C= W. CUMBERBATCH |
A Headmaster of the St. Giles
Boys’ School, reported that the
school was, broken and entered
between the 7th apd 9th of this
month and two cricket bats and
two balls removed They are
valued $20.18 and belong to the
Department of Education
ETH GOODKIDGE of
Hill, St. George, was
taken to the General Hospital re-|
cently suffering from injuries to|
his right hand He was treated
and discharged

Goodridge, who was riding
bicycle, was involved in an acci-j
dent with a motor car owned andj
driven by St.Clair Williams of!
Laynes Gap, Brittons Hill The |
bicycle was extensively damaged |





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7 j NOV’ET 2c | 7 o
| “Devil? * At fully Agsizes .|\. i. os |
Devil’s Hole ’ | Adjourned
“6 : . nih C Tells th LESLIE REDMAN and Mac Donald Carew were both |
the “Christopher Columbus reaser /ells the Story wequitted by Assize Juries at the Court of Grand Sessions Only Ni T oid i |
“I felt a terril jolt when vesterday His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor acted as Chief y ine turn aan
of his work held here under| ship ran agroun I g Justice in absence of Sir Allan Collymore, Chief Justice,| THE meeting of the House oi |
wes the rough eas the: ; Assembly which vas to have
ie thes : ho| another shake made me sit 1 fs who is ill . } ‘ heen held yesterd d i tal
in Barbados at Blackhall, the ay Sisk * nade me sit up in| Both Redman and Carew were,in his pocket and: rode away sterday did not tak
of ane one of the members| represented by Mr. FE. K. Wal-| At about 5.00 p.m. on the same| Place for want of a quorum. Only
a -rew —sé g se of > ry + c . - 7 y > rm ¢ he ne . y t . Moers . resent “hy
Mr. Haggis has been particularly | 2986-ton steamship Cemadiles eee ae a eran ate eee hae po? oe te Dae wth : ? 's eae ee —_—

i 7 i . ; > “Olicitor reneral, prosecu- T ne 1 1OoKeC nto iS} 7 ‘
fascinated by the very paintable| Constructor which es ears Os Soe : : ; ; nee @ Regge néet a eer ee .
qualities of the old windmills of|off Grenada on June 23 told the Wed Ge Wenell ot the Crown » or the wallet he could) (ong wis ee xo bagi ang

ade I > 2 > » : ‘ : > > on > Sneaker ‘
Barbados which he presents with! Advocate yesterday in x ieee Redman’s indictment was th. He made a search at aes a am Spe aker ad }
a loose, yet vigorous handling of| View ; y m an mter-' first to occupy t attention ef]! rd it was not there pale it until 12 noon next
oil paint. He said that when he went o: >» Court. He was charged with me and returned to] 4¥esday 5 i
Outstanding amongst the Barba- deck the sea appeared to be vers tae StS. Soe Veleee | toe ent, veeeor ia Suan ae Smith Mee. TT : fia im ,
dos section of his Oxford one-man| rough and the Constructor was at|S2» °4 $90 in cash. total vaiue)He made certain enquiries ae FE Miller: M T. Alider; Mr
show is “Flamboyant Tree-Bar-| that time carrying 30 tons of cargo | 22>) Property of RPaCee NEC Ee tae . out success. He later received Mr. A “Ss ra Fe a tar 3
” ‘ : Ni ; ‘ ' : | Dece , ast ‘mation and wen the Cen-|Mr. 4 b. § »wis; Mr ¢
bados”, showing us the brilliantly-|in her hold. The crew did | eee eet” 1s = y ee tal Pat ene went to the Cen Bevek: Mr. MS. Cox: Me F I
painted foliage of a rich geranium| panic and all passengers remained | ,, 1 "8,12! Was climaxed when) tra) Police Station ys Waleeet and. Mie. Sneaker
ane looking as though a outatae east when they were told what ete a oe aa th eine b) ; ee te uae ? ee eh eee
C e@ had been gaily flung| had happened. [one cae a aeereleOn; ACUTE CAE) Ons ae eo See »
on S tree by some vivacious The spot where the ship had [Jury and eae cae va ore F Ca a eh = ,
ardener. run aground was called “Devil's | 28S 2&en Tou oes) ee eae Lee 7
This joyous, burning colour Hole” so called by sailors becau: think that he ask them to wa ej but: set ee ee All Members
stands out all the more since,|the sea is always in a very rougi: Gow Reape | Reo oat Paaaeeie cea gated eee She ld A d
hanging quite close to it in the|condition. The spot is opposite|“°nce they had hearg. = | nothing was ton Mess ou tten
Oxford exhibition is the cleverly|to Hope Estate, Grenada His Honour then directe ren At this sage os nom ; : : :

* 5 iv , ms 7 t i a ve t o no adc *ssed Pa r 5 m- / e,
contrasted ‘Source of the River} When called on to do emer-|'®, return ; ' a ig Sie val ea +t = io Council Meeting
egg ne - the oe gency work the engine room ani} guilty | vation \ ori or She t guilty”

ue an rey colours é s vol sere. r aA re a - a : The 5 > ars e
of far-away Iceland which picture weie ata eG thei | i A Warrant " i Chamber > eleseenns shui: a
also serves to give some indica~|power to make the hinnudiders io t eee ot I ge ee Mac invited to attend the meeting:
t sic sIEfeS oe 5] prosee tedman’s . aaa >» seco : p Mac- 7 : . : :
tion of Mr. Haggis’s successful} comfortable | Prosecution in Redman’s case wa Sar «econo epee eared on J Of the Council of the Chamber
of a wide variety o .% ; af arke, He said that on é t Q : : ‘ dibin :
oe f id iety of} On June 25 two days after th Se eat s ee . . : ere Seaeiti a wounding to listen to the discussions, wil
subject matter. |ship had run aground the salvage on er ne was sent to Bar Td Aiteoeta ion tes yn {| be among the matters to be con-
t iBteiue’ a ‘ barees Hill. He was accompanied} Majoric Alleyne with intent or ase a i
Other Subjects 3 tescue” steamed up along-/by Worrell and Jones. He had a! May 25 and simple wounding. sidered when the Council hole
Amongst the other Barbadiar side the Constructor and took oft | y arrant to search the premi Eig Majorie Alleyne, primary wit- their monthly meeting whic!
subjects showing are “Shipyard a a of the passengers, among| Reaman ii a ren ness for the Prosecution in the] takes place on July 19
“—~! them a sme 2 ; va we ne iii: Asnt , , a the sugges-
The Santa Maria,” a study of con- ms a — — fe ingest it He read the warrant to Redman| case against Carew, was first in the This was ee — SUBBE Ss
struction work on the replica used| j.0°, DCXt day the “Rescue”! whose daughter invited them to] Witness stand. She said that her} tions made by Mi Oppin at
for the “Christopher Columbus” started to work on the Construc-| search. Worrell save over Red-| mother Daisy Carew was the wife}the last Annual General Meet
film, in which a very attractive See a ¥ ne eeenee | man and he was taken to the| of MacDonald Carew : . a as ma
coppery glow of light is skilfully ive aalaidé _ + EmaS a yap Central Police Station and On May 25 Carew came to ee a the - ne — a " _ w = a oh
captured by the painter, “Coast an $ Sr ne same hatch charged. He made no statement mother’s home and knocked er ye considered ry the ouncil are: |
Near Holetown” and “Landseape] ta} Mie trea avaver ae petra) Adina | Best puddine and| mother closed the door, He how-{ That newcomers to the Islanc
Barbados” both of which, also in on Byere ace hac ni eeane vendor of Lightfoots Lane,| ever came in and they fought in} wishing to join the ¢ hambe)
the oil medium, are marked by powerful pumps of the escue!! saiq that on the’ first day f the| the front house should be required to reside here |
strong composition showing Mr had been working ones Exhibition she was sittir the She went to her mother who]for two years before election;|
Haggis’s innate sensibility to de-|, He said that he was surprised) qoy of one Ha'l at Baxters Road, | was lying on q table, and spoke} release from all controls of items |
sign, the colour matching in, ,Se¢ how efficient, safely and) “Between 3.30 and 4.00 p.m,| to her. She then went to the]in free supply from the Sterling |
strength and variety, and is clean-|Wickly these tugs are worked)... sayy Redman come from the| front door and while there}area, and the lack of commer-|
ly handled as are all his paints when these emergencies occur at} qirection of Tudor Street with his} Carew asked her where she was cial representation on the Legis- |
Also in this Barbados group are|S®4 especially when the sea is 8°) <4, and daughter. He picked up| going. He next stabbed her in| lative Council |
some boldly executed charcoal rough that a small boat would) , purse from the gutter in front! her head The Council will hear a report}
drawings, including ‘Quayside, be easily capsized and damaged lof Hall’s business. Others were Her mother took her to a doc-Jof the meeting in Trinidad oi
Bridgetown” and “The Old Town, To assist in the refloating the| present when Redman picked up| tor, to the Police Station anc the Incorporated Chambers 0! |
Bridgetown” the latter, with its|tanks which were emptied wer! the purse then to the General . Hospital. |Commerce from the local dele-|
simply drawn old buildings and all filed, with air and ‘all Seer When she was injured it was} gates |
deftly placed figures, being par- stuff removed. j To Mr. Walcott: | Id the! about 7.00 p.m. The lamp was
ticularly notable, He said it was about nine days Police Magistrate that I winked] pyrning during the fight but L B
With skill equal to that by after much hard work that the} my eye to Redman to tell him when her stepfather stabbed her U.S. Workers
which he gets the sunny look and|“Rescue” pulled — the ed to pick up the purse. I »to'd! it was out, She did not see the
feeling of Barbados on to canvas |Constructor out of danger. Speak- the Magistrate that if so nY} weapon that he used to stab her y .
Mr. Haggis impresses the stark,|ing about he life of a greaser on) peop'e were not ground To. Mr Walcott: The fight Savings Reach
yet haunting beauty of his chill |these ships, he said that the Loox self would have picked u el was caused through Melvin : P ee
Icelandic landseapes, the rolling,|is very good and one generally! purse Melvin, who is 23 years old, is $3,062,622 }
seemingly boundless fells of the| Works in ease and safety He has| Otho Jones, a mechan of] courting) my 16-year-old sister
Yorkshire Dales country with it’s|been a greaser for eight years NOW| Codrington, St Michael iid} My stepfather told my mother Up to » 30, 1950, the sum of |
sunlit limestone farms and barns,|and has recognised the sea as his] that on December 14 betwee: o| that Melvin was not to come to /$8,062,622.35 was received by the
country in which the painter|living. Being one of the members} anq 4.00 p.m. he Ng] the house U.S. Workers’ Savings Branch o! |
ae has his origins, the pic-)of the crew which wr signed off! under Messrs Pitcher Co: V's} the Labour Department, the Pro- |
uresque painters-paradise qual-|after the stranding he is Now) busine at Tudor Street. He saw The Doctor gress Re ade y j
iti : aha , ; ad 3 38 port made out by tha}
hae SF romantic Cornwall, the awaiting another cil Saale one Redman _and others | coming Dr. Gordon Cummins, Medical ]Department shows |
richness of the Severn-sida|work on one of these Canadian) towards him. He called Redman ojcey at the General Hospital, Of this total, $4,231.38 ha
ne ee landscape and the| ships. and at about ten feet t © Red=) said that on May 26 he examined [been remitted to the B.W.1.C.L,.0
pa es sige ou te eae ee eS aie nt ceca , Majorie Alleyne She had #81$71,468.37 has been refunded — to
See dilly pesgae 0 r stoop and pick up a brown laceration of the scalp about onefthe Barbad Government; t
Flute yt ooh — oe DELEGATES He told Redman that he tes me a half inches long When | returned ayeekers. 65 738 9
Ato! country of the Suffolk half of the contents | man | ¢ a 1 airemat hed” tw ae be pehtpas
and Essex border for some de RETURNING ea ett ce eleet | he. saw ft, it already hac Ofhas been paid; worke allottee
i s - , placed the wa'let us | . titche nie 519 “t
lightful pastoral subjects the ha 4 J | re | want half itches have got $494,512.14; and = cour
as s cts and- and asked him if he wat ed hal pe bare ‘ bins Ti
ling of which certainly reflect no : ‘ if his (Redman’s) good | To Mr. Walcott: A laceration | ques account for $593.36
discredit on him for followi Mr. H. A, C. Thomas.a.former | 0° s (Redmar gS « day|i8 & wound caused by a blunt These figures total $2,826,543.44
such distinguished tiwm President of the ROE ot vor one nd P Cc. i ant ‘ty | instrument From the descrip | which when subtracted from the
ayes Commerce and Mr. Gilbert | he Socom pace Ther i A ,| tion given by Majorie Alleyne }iota) received leaves a balance of
Portraits Bynoe, delegates of the Chamber| Redman’s hom i aoe _tmace 2) the wound that she would have Jeygg 978.91 B.W.I. funds
Ther A ae of Commerce to the meeting of | search but found nothing | received would bea punctured |?" § .
Loanet are also in the exhibition|the Incorporated Chambers of To Buy Fruit | one ;
fugitee —. a ae Commerce held in Trinidad this Osear Worrell of ac I aid Hart Hoyte of Hoytes Village, “RODNEY” COMES
y and a chalk sketch off{week, are expected to return to} that on December 14 he went to! 4 yelative of Majorie Alleyne,
eae aoe a is probably the the colony on Thursday Tudor Street by Messrs. Pitcher] caiq that on the night in ques- ON FRIDAY
o Coens at executant The meeting of the Chambers,|Connell’s business to buy some) tion he was at Carew’s house the Lady Rodney will be ub
aoe rs of Bach’s keyboard , was called for the purpose of dis-] fruit. He took out his wallet and} 4 fight took place between Carew Jriving from Canada on Friday
In ‘all hi il a at cussing the question of the federa-! paid for the fruit \fter t ying) and his wife because Carew had{morning and leaving the same
; us oil-painting Mr. tion of the West Indies. for the fruit he placed the ulet! caid that Worrell was not tofeyenirig for St. Vincent, Grenada
Haggis, whilst capable of using eo 8B Vir Ba
his medium to express infinite _ yPRBET visit the ogi: =. Da in the} Prinidad, and British Guiana
. . re - oo back house while the fight was ———
pigmentary richness of colour -- : ; ;
r ‘ 20 ‘ Majorie was with him|and stepfather but he would no
whether it be found in the grain en n oing on jor
: e but after hearing a shout she} because they were husband an
of masonry, in masses of verdure 9 r 3
" a i} went to look for her mother. It} wife, She left him and went int
or in the texture of an olive skin i ,
tee : | was then that he saw Carew stab[ the house He heard her sa
STs mae eae Se one teh e e V 1 nt Majorie in her head that Carew had cut her Shx
A eet th oe those sticky, e on e e O il e To. Mr. Walcott The lamp} was bleedin when she cami
ete a ns ese artes Sadie lwent out after Majorie was ]back out of the house and hel
rom the work of some oi i | / >
4 % cial sd istabbed When Mr Carewfon to him Doreen and Myrtle
painters, Vhen accidental this In Barbados | brought down his hand I did not] were throwing stones during th
glutinous gloss is sufficiently pain- aa ae a spon he had in it. | Aght
she ie ieee te 5 Speaking at the Telephone and but ext 1ely efficient system and | After Majorie was stabbed big Melvin Worrell was the las
Those who saw Mr. Haggis’ General Trust 24th Annual Gen-/added 252 stations, making 4) stones began to come through the} witness called by the Prosecu
Barbados aeae will ‘tT think eral meeting in London, Sir | total of 3,952 in service at the} jouse. It was one of these stones] tion after which Mr Walcott
sen Ay 2 At "| Alexander Roger, its Managing end of the year |that broke the chimney of the} addressed the jury. His Honour
agree with me that his outstand : : - \ : les i vat bas all | turing ;
ing attribute is his ability to Director said that large capital| It is pleasing to note jn all) jamp during his summing up, told the
catch the radiance of sunlight|@xpenditure was planned for} these places the enco rage rent | An Argument Jury that the evidence was con-
and transfer it triumphantly on to 1949 and 1950 by the Telephone | being given in official quarte s Ainsley Worrell, a shopkeepe BN ie a
canvas Companies in Jamaica, Trinidad|attract the investment of capital! of Si. James, said that on thi SS SS
il states staat ag ¢ arbe ; fro side s es. The assur-| q; st he was at Hoyte’
This. Oxford exhibition has|and Tobago, and Barbados, in|from outside source | day in question he was at Ho)

already attracted visitors from|which we are so largely interest- ;| ance ye investors in these Village with Melvin Worrell SRA VIEW GUEST

the West Indies, Persia, Irak.jed. During 1949 nearly £600,000 islands will be given a quare} Melvin is engaged to Carew

Iceland, India Holland, ‘ France,jwas expended upon capital works deal must operate to the economic | stepdaughter, Doreen. Soon afte: HOUSE

Switzerland,, Sweden, Denmark,|by ‘hese companies, the Trust;aad social development of the | he heasd Carew and his wife

Norway, Portugal, The United|providing the necessary finance as | islands, without drawing Upon) having an argument. HASTINGS, BARBADOS

States, me e ecu and|required gradually by way of|the Colonial Developm Bt i} ae ie Ee 8 See EE ee EXCELLENT CUISINE |

there will doubtless e moreltemporary loans which, in ac-,;which is provided by t over-j| with him. She askec » stop ; |

countries represented before the] cordance with established proce-!taxed British taxpayer the fight between her mother FULLY STOCKED BAR

show concludes. One of the inter-|aure, will be replaced in due } i eRe A 7 RATES: $5.00 per Day &

ae A a pete Fates ex ccurse by more permanent upwards

tre Maile Meeth NAMIts s00-| OR TCIME ON ne et aioe © core 4 (Inclusive) |
. ae capital y 1e companies con- pply - |

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in charge at Oxford and who In Jamaica, stations increased
comes from an old Jamaican by 1.985 to a total of 12,004 in
family. service at December 31, 1949, and
curing the Ime £210,000
. pre *xpended on ney, lilding
2 him-] ¥88 expended \
HE ROAD leading from © : exchange equipment and outside

borazo to Castle Grant, St
Joseph is at present undergoing
On the eastern side, the

plant Capital expenditure” by
the Trinidad Telephone Company

cond wi ed away for a few yards|amounted to some £355,000 and|
but. it ie still open to traffic : stations in service increased by!
The road leading from Baltic to 1,330 to 13,546 '



Boscobel Chapel Hill was also Issues Oversubseribed

recently undergoing repairs but Following upon the local issue
this road was not closed to traffic.| of B.W.1. $500,000 (£104,167) Five
per Cent Redeemable Cumula-

























es s
ary tive Preference shares at par in
Assize Di 1948, to which I referred last
TO-DAY ar, a further issue of B.W.1
of similar}
No. 26 Rex vs. Reginald i «¥ made i
Brathwaite id N 1b 1949
No. 28 Rex vs. Darwin ‘ cribe
Batson havire € re
No. 29 Rex vs. Alfred Lewis only: fre
THURSDAY ah a Tae nt \ a
No. 22 Rex vs. Eric Thomp- eseeay aaa hat @
son & Arnett This Me ee ca ae
Browne arta an a ean
No. 16 Rex vs. Winston a Bee? ete
Drakes West Indies investor
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE









WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1950

A WARNING!





















HENRY



BY CARL ANDERSON



Rainy weather and damp-
ness bring on Rheumatism.

But Rheumatism and Pains
in the joirts can be con-
quered by

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this discovery which is a home medicine in
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wealth of nutritive elements which are of the greatest

importance in helping to build up robust health and
abundant energy.



easily—there's no special knack. With Royal Baking
Powder to guarantee success, they’re bound to turn
Out perfect. Here’s the recipe:

Make pastry with ¢ oz, plain flour, 1 level teaspoon
Royal Baking Powder, pinch of salt, 1% oz. lard, water
so mix. Line patty tins with pastry, puta little jam at

En

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in one egg, add two oz. semolina, 1 rounded teaspoon
Royal Baking Powder, a little almond essence and 2
tablesps. milk, Beat well, and three-quarters fill the
patty-tins with the mixture. Bake in hot oven at
450°, 10 - 12 minutes.

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carbohydrates and other valuable food properties for mak: good
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1950‘ BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN









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CLASSIFIED ADS. |_PUsLic saves : __ PERSONAL RSNA Bo RA RT PEER

Cheney sib | AUCTION | re pubic ave nevedy warned oot J AT LAST THEY HAVE COME
= | FOR RENT | misioner Si" potice to tol at Central SELF HEATER IRONS—De Luxe




















: ne —e ae nee. | Station, on Monday 17th July at 2 p.m contracting any
undorsigned beg throug _ ‘HOUSES ™ | Twe nine (29) old cushion covers, ten a unless by a writter Le ned
thank ail e friends v j 10) old cushions, three stretchers, | "y me r > ‘pat yy > J
‘ y wa is: a See nk Seek ca Signed CHARLES TROTMAN THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
oo ae ae rn “eho | , ATHLONE-ON-SEA—Fontabelle. From) ‘tems of interest Lawer Estate 1 George
ent occasioned 1} Ist July 1950 ains © (2) to. DARCY SCOTT | 13.7.50-—2 hoes ‘ ~: Bt
death of their dear one H i le aly 0. Contains tw 2) flat } Corner Broad & Tudor ‘



| Smaller of which has three (3). Bed Gemrament
Tooms each with wash-basin, dining-
room, drawing room, gallery and all j
modern conveniences
The larger flat has four (4) bedrooms UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER |
two (2) dressing rooms, kitchenette | I HAVE been instructed to sell by
ing and drawing rooms, large yal-| public competition on the spot on

LEON & DAPHNE,









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) : —— 2 AD, =,
Son, ie eros ae : lery etc. Recently renovated. Servant Thursday 13th July at 2 p.m. the
FRANCI®& late of “Milford Court Two | Snocineniat te cae a or 3245 for dwelling-house called Mayaro” situate G G ° rf Ss
Mile Hill, Saint Michael e@ place 7 at Rockley, Christ Church. The same Tet your vroceries rom Jk
Millicent Forde, Evelyn Hoyte 1.7.50—4n | consists of open verandah to the front, |
* : 97 TED EE es | Crawing and dining rooms, 2 bedrooms, |
12.7.50—1A| “BRIGHTWOOD"—On sea ‘ :
| - sea - t.| kitchenette, toilet and bath. It has al "RAY BENTOS SOUPS HEIN? UP MAYONNMSE
————___________—.____ | fawrence (Gap. From August ist.| pine floor ‘throughout, and the roof is |}. FRAY BENTOS SOUPS — HEINZ SOU] MAYONNAISE
‘ily furnished. Apply -to L. Weather-| shingled. Same must be sold. For tn- DOMINION MACARON TESPRAY ARLTON’'S CORN-
IN MEMORIAM head, “Elreposa’’ Worthing or Phone! spection apply D'Arcy A. Scott, en een Send NE ae
8250 11.7,50—2n! Magazine Lane 11.7.50--4n. | FLOUR BIRD'S CUSTARD POWDER FRY'S COCOA
MABEL HINDS ——— |. suse .
“Gone but not forgotten 4 LARGE Zon and SHED, apply next! f COLEMAN'S MUSTARD Tir rOFFE!I OVALTINE
(Signed) ISABEL & AUDLEY CHASE oor at STOUTE’S DRUG STORE.| UNDER THE SILVER | 40 22 6 Be | eellLlLhlUlUmlllUT CY KK ROE reer ep > SATICOR ‘ . >
bees " i27150—in| comer Roebuck Street snd Camtry| UNDER THE SILVER | - STUFFED OLIVES — APPLE SAUCE — ORANGE & GRAPE
oad %.7 ne ' j aT 1" ner ve . -mC . ares 1
‘ 7.7.50.-—t.f.n HAMMER My yy EDINBURGH SCOTLAND FRUIT JUICE —CEREAL FLAKES—SPAGHETTI in Tomato
init loving memory of our dear beloved WAN re an RRAY & |})} Sauce with Cheese-—-PABLUM--STEAK & KIDNEY PUDDING
mine TED Alans Hawaht we will sell her Furniture | | SARDINES—-HERRINGS in Tomato Satice
Deep in our hearts lies a picture 1 jat “Ulisdale,” Pine Road, Belleville; :
More precious than silver or gold HELP which includes: Round Tip-Top Table, She has Gas for Cooking *
s that of our darling Father je an Mc s airs, very nice . .
Whose memories will nave: grow old. | ——— Writing Table, Waggon, Ornament Tables, —————— Johar D. Taylor «A Sons Ltd.
Enid, Maise (daughters), Bustace Gall An _ experienced Lady Assistant for} Dining Table (seat 8), Book Cases (glass Distributor. —_— |
ison-in-law), Pearl, Michael, David,] DRUG STORE WORK. Apphy in writ-| doors!, Hat Stand, China Cabinet, Upright FOR YOUR INSURANCE -
Shirley ‘(Grand-children) ing to P.O. Box 203 12.7.50—3n aos Ps * ey: Fares. —— NEEDS - CONSULT :
12.7.50- are, zechoslovakian Table Glass . > = - —— ——— = z
1.50-—In A qualified NURSE for St. Joseph's! Tea and Coffee Services, Plated Ware ANDREW D. SHEPPARD
aaa Almshouse at a salary of $60.44 per| Brass Tray and Stand, Jardinieres and C : Representing |
month. Applications with Certifieate to| Pits. Dish Cover, Good Telescope. Elec- Syatetate tian tate homens I
In loving memory of my Dear Mother| B€ forwarded to the Parochial Medical | trie Toaster, Single Mahogany Bedstead, me \ SRIDGETOW Y 3ARBADOS. | e Best SZ OVE fo own
MIRIAM HARPER, who departed this life] Officer, “Ellangowan,” not later than| Deep Sleep Mattress, Dressing Tables, ‘ ‘Tel, 2840
on July 12th 1949 Monday, 17th July, 1950, Linen noe a Chair all in mahom~ | ce \
» YéE ~ de y a . _ | any gent's ress and Mir. Dresser, |
Qne year has passed since that sad day | ,,/ny Further Particulars can be ob-| Fiecine Light Fittings, Trunks, Valies | = a
hen one we joved, was called away e rom the 1.0 “oa r . Tte ; 7
The call was short, th A. A. B. GIL Coal Stove, Kitchen Utensils, Zine Top, a
es e al | was ahort, the blow severe, Clerk, Poor Law G rai and other Tables, Garden Bench, Garden s a
Ve little thought that death was near + Poor Law Guardians,| Tools, Hose, Birds’ Bath, Rain Guage we FOR SALE
God saw the road was getting rough, sn = and Measure; 4 large English Pots and : ‘
He eutt aia ee cea ‘ -7.50—In Palms and other items. Sale 11.30 o'clock ne a ee or eae eee CASABLANCA, MAXWELI
» ge lose er sleepy eyes, TR ——— ! Terns: Cash Christ Chureh
And whispered “peace be thine.* DEPUTY MANAGER—Required for | yr } = —— SoS : ;
Ever “to be “remembered''bs", Percy | sail” Sugar “Estate in St" Vincest’ | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., | ETHE {| |. Seng Se sels: fi. ot vse
Harper (husband), Iris Brathwaite} YOUng, energetic well educated man re- Auctioneers. | ROYAL N TH RLANDS The M.V. “DAERWOOD” [I “ ; pe oe Shy alae
(daughter), Kenneth (son-in-law), Eli quired Future prospects good” 8.1 i ‘ > oe apie lea hc
Seatac) SNe (a0 1-law), Elaine, Apply to Mount Bentinck Estates Ltd ss STEAMSHIP co will accept Cargo and Pa 11.7,.50—5n
ld Roact : a - pp children), Regin- Kingstown, St, Vincent i ‘ sengers for St. Lucia, S CL KE. A F rc"
Wie atehes re bee, EPO sengers for St. Lucia, LEAN and ECONOMICAL
12.7.50—1n 12.7.50—Tn Sailing from Amstercam, motterdam incent, Grenada, ar
a namie eee 2 spots of land, One (1) at and Antwerp Aruba, Date of Sailing On AI
cagle Hall 6,000 sq. ft. (3 spots above “ ” ' be giver a
7 > MISCELLANEOUS se ; M.S. “HERSILIA” July 7.8.11th, given ec
FOR SALE —<—<———_ Seen Eade) , en eens MS. “HECUBA” August 4 5 8th The M.V. “CARIBBEE SE HABLA ESPANOL) ==
Wanted to purchase One (1) Liquor ; . aeiiia Maakiae re Sailing from Amsterdam and Dover will accept Cargo and Pa: 3 IVORY, TEAK, SANDAL
Licence. Apply S. B. Cole & © Club Morgan overlooking Rockley Ter- A VESSEL July 2ist } 8 EWE RY, BRASSWARE, TAP.
Ltd. 27 Roebuck St. Dial 4293 °-+| race. Apply FitzHerbert Hackett C/o SS. “COTTICA” At gust 18th sengers for Dominica, ESTRI GLOVES, PERFUMES
AUTOMOTIVE ; 77'50.—t.t.n,| James A. Tudor, Roebuck Street me ugus . tin, Montserrat Nevis ana » GLOVES, PE . Y ay ee
————w yy St.Kitts Sailing Prida KASH MERE ee
a is ——oooOOO niwer an ster ™m ‘ - we «
Ma Ree ken ae glk Ba Perens to listen to ‘Jeffreys Beer|“Gine anp SH ai ft 2 ol ft “WILLEMSTAD™ July “Osth 14th inst -
trans iy Landy de Montbrun and his artistes, to se i Me M.S. “ORANJESTAD" August 22nd y 3
ru specially fitted for the better] be broadcast over Radio Distribution| APPIY: Jim Gibbs, Holders Hill, St . 5 BWI Schooner Owners
Nicholls. ‘Office $023 "tien; See nem Oe BE gn oe ee tes ee cee i pis Association Ine very pleased
ce 3925 Home 8324 enna » Ete,
28.6.50—t.t.n. | —_ Ma eS %4.6.50-16 B. | “Schooner “ZENITH” 95 ft, overall, 70 fk. “iterate? goto Consignee; Dial: 4047
— ——_____. For Rent Boa .| tons nett, 87 tons gross, built at St M.S ersilia July 27th,
Singer Sports ROADSTER in excel- lemee Large. dochis Woden ton ted Vincent in 1942 and at present anchored 8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., Se E *
lent condition mileage just over 4, right Part r ity at Bequia, St. Vincent. No reasonable with our new
COLE & CO., Ltd 7.7 . y RARE Se cy Ae ee offer will be refused pointe aero enemetsrafie eit mn ——— - -
ger eee es Re eet 5.7.00 ans For full particulars apply to: JOHN |
1947/8 VAUXHALL 12 H.P. SALOON— WANTED TO BUY JAMES MULRAIN, : |
Kecently overhauled and in good condi- OLD SEWING MACHINES, Out of C/o JOHN H. MAZEL ’
tion. COURTESY GARAGE. Dial 4616. | use, bought here. Mrs. Vaughn, King’s SONS & CO. LTD.. | FLORENCE STOVE
12.7.50—3n | Street or Fairchild & Probyn Sts. Bee Oen. . | e |
8.7.50—2n. ncent. |
12.7.50—an |
cLeeTRDAL : ' PN Nt aeeip ices bi |
SS ae } “SANDGATE”, Hastings, standing on TWARD F " J 3 :
we rF American Gibson, PUBLAC NOTIC ES 2.940 square feet of eed on the seaside { | FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM | and
in g working order. Can be seen at of Hastings Road. AFS,FVA
W. S. Monroe & Co., Ltd. High Street. The House contains, drawing and din- Vessel From Leaves Due F 1 ; Z |
: 11,7.50—3n NOTICE ing room, enclosed gallery on three Barbados |} ormerly Dixon & Bladon
: a sides, two bedrooms with dressing} S.S. “ATLANTIAN” .. London Ist July 14th July |
: FURNITURE PARISH OF ST. LUCY ata re ie ee me up-|SS. “COMEDIAN” Liverpoo! Sth July 19th July || FOR SALE |
pallcd. tkdhadahdag intenders, including specifications, are| fire Wa usual rooms downstaire and} cs) «SPECTALIST” M/Brough & ; : ; | °
FURNITURE—One (1) Large Mahog-| invited for repairs to the Rectory, (sub-/ 2701.1 = Of steps sea. Gas, ore y an. GLOCCOMORRO, Max ells r 8 1 b
any Sideboard, (1) Mahogany Wagon] ject to the approval of the Legislature) re Wi waa . 3 > /ondon 8th July ith July Road, Brand new stone bunga- ff! § :
with Cupboard, (1) Plain Deal Top| 4nd additional Nurse's quarters at the| pices or oe. ay by appointment] S.S. “HISTORIAN a .. Glasgow 8th July 2nd July low of sturdy construction and E Vee d e
Table (3 feet sq.) All in good con-| Almshouse 3 . . ; Ba. “RIVERCREST .. London 1th July 29th July Well designed with large lounge
dition. Apply Mrs. Gale, No. 3 Gar-]| Applications will be received by the wueiit alton Ahbae offca'cn Friday : : (with eg, Toom, 3 bedrooms
den Gap, Worthing. Dial 8295 undersigned up to Saturday 22nd July, e rv * (with wash basins) leasant
; re Sa A 0. Saniiay Re ieee the 2ist day of July 1950 at 2 p.m HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM airy verandah oor VICTORIA ST. a 4671
SL CIORR ea Liew, 8.7.50—4n CARRINGTON & SEALY, 1 ‘ kitehen : & servants’
2 ’ ‘ Laicas Street. : Vessel : For Closes in Barbados rooms are detached. There are
LIVESTOCK SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AI 7,.0—10n!1§,S, “TACTICIAN Greenock 20th July 18,000 square feet of land walled
SESS Sues ” 98 ; and driveways are all c :
MULES—One (1) dozen mules with or hohsapae ne, See, Fee. ae 3 ‘Heardone. t “ith Avenue, Bellevitie, | 5S. “CRAFTSMAN :» London 22nd July Bargain Price,’ * Solaened =
without carts. Apply Ellesmere Plan- “Under one management Sd tie ee For further partic 5
7 My 7 2 S app! :
tation, St. George 11.7.50—3n RATHO MILL. TOWER HOTEL Saat ae Nouse, Apeag? ye a particulars apply to j SPION KOP Maxwell's {
t. Vincent a 3 oas ne of the best siti
COCKER SPANIEL—Black male pup- and ring 3252. DA COSTA & co., LTD—Agents. in this select nsightourhoed \
a py. Apply “Helmsley,” Gun Hill, st SUNNY CARIBBEE 11.7,50—Sn With complete privacy — insured
iu George 12.7.50—2n on-the-sea Bequia Island : ; s The well kept grounds are ap-
& oflers all that can be desired. Beauti-| rpat is vou can wag now ing on terms proximately 1% ‘ucres and there
j MISCEL) ANEOUS ful scenery, sea-bathing, fishing, excel-| jajance monthly . g? > is a private sandy beach with
j lent cuisines and bars.” RATES 9 t2| At the ivy Road one small property| ( IDA Nationa teams PP XS |B wie Pune tor" tndaren. “one ‘ Pe bi
CLOTHING — Lady from Canada| *” B-W-1. per day. For further details Sith woatee ; rouse ts of timber construction We can now supply you with the following in
3 anada| ;, , ind is in :
wishes to dispose of Black Velvet and| °"® T*QSRam Q Boog At Martindale's Road house with water Se | ie ane cute tee Gore ON hs ) Earthenware —
ss : i : 4 | ‘ operty mi
of "Amsattoas’ chen eines @AR. De Boxe, | At''Becitles "oad one double-roofed oes auain, «high vatue owing Ml]
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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1950

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Northamptonshire a et eral r



Draws Game With W.L.

\ D. Brookes, Livingston
Defy Tourists Bowling

hire 242 was foil rwed t at y
West Indies declaration of ‘109 |
for 4 after rain had interfered—|

Set to get 252 to ) avoid defeat the}

ale on the econd _ olso|} L J
4



ncitey the 1928 game score
Leicestershire 208 and 198)
9 declared; West Indies 271}



‘ 39 for 2 wickets. Herman | For bath robes tc.*
WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts. dec.) — 43] Gr.ffith and Leary Constantine did in k ode f
some fine bowling in this game 30 a sha de
Le each taking 4 wickets in the inches wide
NORTHANTS 252 (and for 1) 206 County’s first innings.
NORTHAMPTON, July 11 _In 1933 rain washed out the
Despite rain during the lunch interval to- day which] ate 100 cf Wien Cnemes bess. Per yard | 59
made the pitch awkward for a while, ueenatptenanis ley got 60. Leicestershire replied bs aeemmeed e

easily forced a draw with the West Indies touring team
here. The county batted splendidly when forced to follow
on 179 runs behind and when the game ended they were
27 runs ahead with 9 wickets in hand.

with 295 in spite of Martindale
with 4 for 89 and “Puss” Achong

“ithe West Indies had scored 243 DUNLOP RUBBER

for 8 when the end arrived.

Another drawn game. y
And so too in 1939. West Indies SHEETING
led off with 182, and Leicester- J

shire put up 206 in reply with
Martindale taking 5 for 67 runs.

In their second visit to the middle
the West Indies had scored 314 for WHITE Per yd $1 98 RED per yd $1 63
———— . .

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De Brooke i Ber oO
el ei r soun
tart v rd 62 tho
en ang € Ind
ttack was tered in a second
wicket partnership betweer
Brookes and “Jock” Livingston,
ses Rh ear ride coreaeiniliie drawn, leaving a fourth fixture
Livingston reached 50 in 55 min SOUVENIR = scramble which % = . - - —— unfinished.
utes and the partnership passed rounded up the Second Test “a recs WHT bese. other paeteeh ;
00 in 75 minutes ends with Walcott getting the WEST INDIES PI A Y peer atter is game wire
: stumps. Skipper Goddard ean vi t . est aoe Sa ° gh irc
ae ina} LEICESTER TODAY “Injuries are taking their toll 0.
Ss 0 é . ‘ Ss a , .
One huge l by the Austr | and while Skipper John must
‘ Vat il landed in an ad nurse his team carefully he will
vling green where play Ti The West Indies touring cr'ck- ings took the score to 238 before no doubt do his best to notch ye
a p while the ball wa iompson Jeters ive reached and passed)Warner was stumped for a wel! another victory. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
etrieved. Altogether the unbrok ° jthe halfway mark of their fixture] played 113 Ollivierre went on Will the rein take a hand once
en stand axige d 144 in 110 minute R t jeard in England, and to-day they] to complete a brilliant 159 and the again in this fixture?
Livingst« making 81 it tha e ains open their eighteenth game against] W. I. collected 386. We hope not cae weeniecndrsane
period | iting 2 sixes > asd 10 fours y ae hire This proved more than enough +B.M. — —
Brookes was also sound against Crown W. E. Astill, bowlingehis spinners] for the county players who were — ee
an attack varied by seven bom ‘at Kensington for the 1926 M.C Cc dismissed for 80, and 219 by some | ~~ i = aS — SS
ers He batted three hours five |team brought us the breath of} fine bowling by Woods and Bur-
minutes and hit 9 fours, mostly HANLEY, Staffordshire, July, 11 | Leicestershire, the county Geary,| ton ENING ) RELIANCE FREEZERS
ith well placed drives. Durmg Billy Thompson, from Hickle-} Sidwell and Dawson, and which Capt. E. L. Challenor, a brother | :
Mae «=the morning, the last three County}ton Main, retained his British) was once captained by C. S.}of George Challenor, turned out 1 and 2 GALLON SIZE.
D. BROOKES first innings wickets fell roe 37. pao weieh * hana aug Dempster the New Zealand bats—| for the County in the 1906 game, | — ALSO --
Gomez, very accurate with his off}he defeated Tommy McGovern of | man, when the West Indies ‘ost by aj gy . MAIZE AND CORN MILLS
breaks, brought his figures for the Londo, of pointe over 15 a Games with Leicestershire have} marzin of 25 runs. Ticeatiethixt FRIDAY. July 14th nigger ES pe ;
y. a innings to 4 for 51. nere tonsgnt. always been very keenly contest-| batting first scored 274 and the ICE SHAVERS.
County Cricket |" cores’ prove * tne swuvorn| Thompson fought a great stra-|eq andthe West. Indies nave a| Weet indies replied with 42 of] QB 1S SHORT bur sweer a ee ee ee oe
eighth wicket partnership after] tegic battle, in fact one of the best |sirigte win to their credit to date.| which Lebrun Constantine made
This was in 1900, on their first] 92 The County rattled up 318 : ; }
itely he came on with his off +e Belt om own propery visit to England They lost the] in their second innings iririe tne Established | HERBERT Ltd Incorporated
LONDON, July 11, breaks he had Jakeman caught by son an "i s title in 1947 ar Hiatt, 1906 engagement, and since then] West Indies 351 to make for vic- 1860 ° ° 1926
At Birmingham, Warwickshire|Goddard at silly mid-off atter defended it in May 1949 ® There rain has always interfered to pre-|tory. Not a whit dismayed our 10 & 11 Roebuck Street.
beat Middlesex by 10 wickets;}/that batsman had been at the! otha doubt that after the fourth |Vemt an outright decision. Four|jlads made a gallant bid, the last
Middlesex 200, (Robertson 89,] Wicket for a total of two hours for aor oth champion was "on top, |Sames, 1923, 1928, 1933 and 1939| wicket falling at 326.
epee, © tor $7) any 181 (Sharp |e ick eats Williams ai cov Twenty-six-year-old McGovern, | Were left drawn T’was a gallant defeat.

Garlick gave ; p A ’
erpoint a catch the next over fram| terrier-like, rugged, plucky and

Gomez, and Fiddling was bowled letermined, tried to make every

by Worrell to end the inning

not out 65). Warwickshire 341,
(Dollery 185)

At Nottingham, Yorkshire beat
Nottinghamshire by an innings
and 124 runs; ae 502
(Hutton 153, Wilson 142 ster
89), Nottinghamshire 292, (hard.
staff 78, Stocks not out 70 Lead-
breaker 6 for 96) and 86 (Lead-
breaker 5 for 66, Wardle 4 for 17)

At Llanelly, Seperesn: Glou
cestershire match drawn; Glam or-

The 1900 game was memorable| Since then the other games were



from the fact that C, A. Ollivierre] all unfinished. In 1923, Fer.-
and P. F. (now Sir Plum) Warner,/ nandes of British Guiana became

attack at close quarters after. He Z is
who opened the West Indies inn- the third West Indian to hit a

: Ss le. s off breaks with! Worried Thompson constantly with
Gomez bowled his off breaks ,|\wo-fisted onslaughts, but the
persistent accuracy in gaining

15—51—4 champion usually managed to slip

: : jout of danger, and then with long
lefts followed by a short right
piled on the points.—Reuter.



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Brook and Oldfielc patte an ; 5 satin oa eT
confidently in the County’s second GOES ACTION THIS WEEK-END
innings despite quick bowling Y starts FRIDAY—BIG DOUBLE j
changes, and were still togethe: - cm .
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w r.t)\i:sDAV. JILT 12. issn Two-Parly Merger In Poland BARBADOS ADVOCATE P\GE THRU i'H( : I ...i in I night There was on lhi occaa 01. the widespread publiri*> thai attended (he fusion tsBWiaen • Ma* aocUUM and Cosnanumsts in Devetnbcr 1948 It, form the Comnunaal dominated Pol in h United Worker-. Parly or Ian year', .-.mlniiation of the three Peasant Partv Groups. TinKun.r, organ of the Demo. sually regard*-a here u r UM mtellirtlUIUStS— —an da plain from page *tatemen: that the merger had taken place The Labour Party loam it* *epi Olitjf and there will be m change in the pjirty officials controlling the Democrats Political observers in Warsaw, the message added, believed yes-tp m juM one more along 'he read to single party domination in Poland, expected baton the next General Election I due in 1951. Britain, Yemen Hold Talks LONDON, Jul> 10. Britain i nd Yemen will U all outstanding mutual problems. Including frontier dellmination i*lablishmenl ol diplo..I'lons at talks in London beginning on August 28. it was announced t>> the Govtrnoi *-f Aden. Sir Reginald Stuart Champion todAy. Among matters due for consid. tl;e incident of Naz" Manjud. last August when Royal Air Force planes bombed a Yemen fort in the Shab)a district which iclaimed by Britain to lie Within the Aden Piottv bV the Yt-mmi to be Y< On ritor>' The agenda for the d tin n %  i f Ihf dtIl. II or the status osM fronUr I I • xlrted ..i the time of the Anglo-Yemen Ttputv of 1934 —Reuter. U.S. Using Pressure On Greece: PRAGUE. July 11. The Greek Communist partv Wd that, coinciding with Ibnal -intervention" in • %  llM American Imperialists thai the moment has tome for action in the Balkans." Recording to Ceteea. c.rT -Vews Agency. DM Pohtbureau of the Greek Com m u nl gt party made the following statement m a broudcast % %  Kiw Gret k Hadio 'Thr united Slates || exercising permanent pressure M -.it direct nffitBTj action In thBalkans %  I'roviK tatton BfaJnat Albunir. and Bulgaria continue The imaginary threat by Albania to Greece is alleged to prepare the ground for direct military action against the Albanian People's hspubl,c which tho Americans have chosen as their (Irst European victim because they consider her to be intolerable". —Reuter Cpl. Jones Is On The Alert NABS THREE MORE Soviets Again Hold Up Traffic IN BBRLIN Hi vy ere yesterday Virtue's Reward I'KNSAX ENGLAND Farmer Albert Smith tolled for live yean to make hli farm a %  It should have been a huppv day when h,received a letter from the Ministry of Agriculture fcckm.vL.liiine his work and granting hi, "Grade A" certificate ... except that he also received a letter from the Ministry of Works informing him that hi* farmland was to be torn up foe open aajil coalfield-; IN S. lu-iirli Agreement In Tin Negotiations WASH1NIITON, July 10, u lion Pi nance Corpor 1111 JI naaotlall U agreement an termlaton for the pun %  / around half of i tin output, R.F.C officials snid today. Thej stressed that the ntfotlators agreement, now being dratted pact lor-n by attorneys. rRaT.C Directors end lhe Bolivian tin interests before a contract could be signed. The I.long under Ihf pfavtoua contract < >i December 3i. 1949, apparei tie wove tpurrad by dv break of lighting in K i the recent recovery in tin prices — %  ruler Oil Company Makes Transfer Of Asset* TORONTO. July 10. International Prtroin.ni Com* p.mv. UfDttad uiniouu.t'U toda> thai it had transferred the marjtotol Its Colombia alBUau-. fi opK.ii oil Company to a newly (mil aj KM | Colombian:.'. wiUCn would market and dintribute petroleum product! througliuui Colombia. Cuiieiic* exchange control authorities under tne Columbian Minirter ol Finance, Dr. Huiuu JaramUlo Oeampo had made the new marketing arrangements possible, Internationa) Petroleum %  aid, by providing thai the marketing assets of EMU Columblana .should be i i' in unportec foreign capital. uh dividends earned by the new company ci subject tu remiiianci foreign abaiabolden. —Reuter Just So LONDON %  Britain nU turned thumbs down .i Uia pt> of "flyThe tutcr-sei vices Aircrafl re* iournal of the Briliih %  \n Minis'.' r iinlfli ai i thai in Britain v.heie there are tfloui trained baarvei eat Feu ,i %  i baV*. Ix-en n; I •No Royal Otoarvar ba Sighted, lUUefa lc ma neat a m the flying aaucem. celctia! or uliernatural. do not exit IN 6. imposed on Hiras) inotnnsi. i ul exoaadlni UM uaaxl limit. The .es were all broughl bv Cpl. • 4 % %  I Prafll iiranch %  rag i; led on Wiiimm Rotertson of Hastiiig.s (or speeding with ::.< car X—1U1 at the rat off 31/7 m j, I. on Bay Street. whuh ki a highway un June 17 The speed limit for this area la 20 m.ph Juiin Marshall ol Uiiglittm LUck RN Bvffl K...KI Minister Maurice Webb has found the British meat utioii loo lough to eat. A deputation of butchers called on the Minister and complained about the poor nualit> two n.niton siipplieil to the shops during the past few month*. Webb told the butchers he had mutton delivered to his weekly ration but found it too tough in could not gel hu teeth intu it and had to send tt away. %  Ill Unclaimed Bread LONDON A 22t-year-old legacy which tequcathed two loaves of bread a week to "the poor" of the village j of Saint Mary Cray. Kent County, 1 Rngland, remain* unclaimed No| bj the lucid The gift was left in the will of [ Valentine Sparrow, of St Marv | Crajr, *IK. died in 1726 and is \ burled in the chancel of the parish i Inn. h He bequeatlied 14 cents weekly to the poor In hread Other bequests in Spai row's | will of 52 94 to the vicar. SI.48 t" h clerk and $5 6U to the \ < bur.-hwardens for looking after hli monument, are RUII carried I %  ut annually. I.N s. HKKLIN lulj 11 Russia baa rataaaad it; WeGerman postal railwa\ wagatmwhich were contlcated on Sunday night, but bj Mill holding six Twelve ,,f 16 niched Iteilm thll morning ami the other foui ware sent to Hanover In the British Zone West Berlin postal spokesman disclosing this said 318 parcelwere scired and some others damaged when the waggons were detained at the fronaS check. point at Manetibotn In the Soviet Zoom IIHI %  ilkaj ,i.-.i off Battta Another West (ivnuan pofdal train also arrived here this moeiimg It included six mail waggonwhich had passed Morienlmrn without being cheeked It ;.s stattsl last night that It Sundays waggons were not released by ioday, this would be regarded as evidence that Hussions again intended to interfere with rail trafili Soviet Zone between W. t Cninany and Berlin The Western Allies win*, believed to be prepared to a strong protest against tin tinued holdup. Soviet Officer* at Maiuiibon. who blocked waggon were the stme whose interference with intrr/onal trains once betmc paved the way fur the blockade of Herlin In June 1S48 These ofll.ers had been absent from Marienhorn for more than a year —Htule* Missing ILS, Plane Sighted WASHI\C;TON. Jubj 10. Wreckage of an \ i h an plane musing fur a monl II IS members of a chuirh group %  cast of Bnrancas. < 81 He '• i %  i .i U) da th.it ||M rep-.rt %  I the United 8*ei I Bogota which adviseit thai %  •arcli party would leave for tin ajta ri.. plan,-. ., Dakota oarrying maanbara of the New Tnaai Mi. Mon ChWch gn>u|> to Maracalbo Venezuela, left Miami o June s Air search b) I'mte States. Colombian a n d Vom Jllelan pl.m.s bai In-.n for the past three araeki —Reuter P A *s I F *^ naki KI l!l It l> HOMilKD ARKAS LONDON Provincial elthH and towns n< Bnblln are b> be allucate'i 5> I-'Olio.iido next year for rebuilding bombed areas. This will be spent almoat entirel> foi reconstructing bukinesii ccntii ilevnstated bv iir raids. lro\-. Beal V pear OOHMAM'llaaYU H I NQ C %  eta lert vi.ai. in. |(.% %  erenu l*eter J llUncv. i. .. UUTM h ,i eni ol rasjlmontatlon t\ i affvan aaofithi hi i put up lha Hi i. on hli vicarage, saying. "A iili iiaaa mu t not utai M< |he """i an uiiinuncll. "I'ut the r up or we Hill do it lor %  i i tinlull IN S AEPTEX JF^ MOKK BULLETS LONDON Farmer, hi Britain are ipi-aling to the government to take the purchase tax off cartdge* Kodenta and Aced-eallnit v overrunning the farmn (Of). Thu well-cut BBgflM sliin h made in t Acnc. the original Cellular labrh. Il it specially designed to keep yom bod) at an esen temperature Tiny cell* in IIK MM em'k: \our SKIV to breathe. ^ u mil keep In and sta> fn Ji in Acu>. l>ird> 9„ x • •MlH.I.. t NAME . ; ^^m^^m^m^m^m^ SPECIAL ATTENTION BAKERS SHOPKEEPERS HOUSEWIVES BE SURE AND ASK FOR GOLDEN CRUST < \V\li\ S FINEST HAKIM. l-'MII'll /• If cfura-S are asked to g*oti our Workshop will b.> tinged a. (rom Monday 3id Jul. tO Saturday the Kth July, 19&0. Inclusive, for the p irpow of granting uur Workmen their Aanual Holiday Arrjingemenl* have been roada fur emergency work to be undertaken during thik ptno i ..i i tl.r del'very of eon.pleted work tvfll be runtitiued an usual Our Her.iiandise Departmeri: and Office will b^* b'jtuuesi as usual. ^najarlaiil n ll\^ HHir. I ri'.4 l1RTIln\| -tin I i K,V In Touch With Barbados CoaaUl SUIion i mi • ilh in* I. iwing HMpl miiei lh R^lbMkL i %  SI -ION U\II A. SKI. P Alr.ii l-ll.i ft < %  a v., i. a a Hiiu. as iniii-i w/u**-v PII ,% %  %  MAIL NOTICES 1 Mt ii In I hcuraltNe\* Colonial Stani|i l.i N1K)N A ii..I., ..| tl>new >tumps isstieil by llM OW eminent of Muuritiuthis mout'i The dodo, of COUZaa kl now exlinct But tlbJrdl wenplen> (ul when Ibe bland >'•' iTBt dlsmvered It i thr first Un) dm hflaurlUuS has had I,i III i v itn pk tnrial deMKiiNiiill IVirne.. i. ;Uii piu< I i UU tar I i i, i *"I4P I Nrei Test Calls LONDON Hi. Londoi Dailj F< i. i. M.-1 'i ,i uti flBjhUna; in Keren it* information more than i.Suu .ii. %  .I.I The Minieet ol Inquii In Ofdjl I %  i %  un iii %  %  iit* h bet im n land and Ihe Wesl ludus Id* nTIn en l.in Iun,-. tOUHIB" I l %  Iharthair a ci < i lUorl • ml Korea. —I.N .8, FLY TO NEW YORK ..... LARGEST, FASTEST, MOST LUXURIOUS COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT WORLD! in the DOUBLE IDECKED! CLIPPER' W\tfsTiOH? mum HIT* 0tg£ -Acrid RENNIES Whenever you're tn>uMe t iih pamful iiomi.li a.idny. |uM > Hentuii, one niter the oilier Tbo blend ol ancaddl in Kcunie* .mug. you immediate relirl bnaute it'i .islly IwlanteJ tnr fait action Alway* tsiry a few Rcnoie* 'lit.I, wrappcJ teparaiclyi In your i-n-lwi or handbag. Then you un enioy vwui meali wiitxHii lisving to ittx die coaMojaaneso, h Kuuo uon'i >ielp you. B| time yuu u vi'Ui Ji^t.4 tfHt.\. Ml I 1/ H faali ih.mi UK' -*J ElPresidente fun Im. raaksra larnasW* .(.,..( i /,,,,..,. /-,. 11 rfmtdmW/kakk from HORT Of SPAIN i araai ... ..< HN I \. ( Seper-leierp ft Svprr-Cemfar.' •aajassji MI— I-..in. I >.i.ii.. %  illuiiir olili •liain|ii>ijtii jtnl eorsJlak i n i n asl PI raaM %  aliahaj • i lull laashgw and bj i..-. i Barfc, • oiridd. ..i.i BarlksaH Ike hV i-d.r. • KtfB IH H ||| .llrlt.lni.K • Nuiii.u. .aliin v.,ill %  oi Mffall 1 iiiii|i r< .um. -i %  1 ..u-tilliol... I"r.-li.. 4tlil lrlll|i-l>ll ttl -I. 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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. ISO HARB.UX K UnoCATi: I" \(.l -I M N CLASSIFIED ADS. !" jr SALBS ^.^ AUCTiON THANKS %  %  %  HOUSES ArilLONE-ON-SEA-FoniabeKr rlom l July lSe Contain, tv 1.1 imr* ,3. Bej tOMBa MA Wllh Wash-b..-; ( room, drawing room. gallery ana *nw through t 1 KAN. : %  Q Saint HI ,.,. t 1 I %  IN MLMORIAM ISABEL AUDI 1 i .ui of c %  tut Deep 1 I 1 I ...., %  darling Father '""• mtri-irirMB oe\.-i g.,,. Enid. Mao* 'iu|M.r.. Estari .MUl-lll-l..I 1 ... %  In loving iwiiuo ol n.y lH-r Mother MIRIAM IUHIT.ll whttdMM I On* yeai lias paaed uw that uil d ,y -.hen one t loved, wu. 1 The -ail -a. short, the 1.1..-ay***. I Oougtil that ii.ath wu urai (...) — the iid gfgg Hotting tough. Mate] m fluid) %  bar sleepy eyes. And whl-pr.nl "peace ba Ever lo bo IHiwDiMtnl bv Pnr. '...abai.di. In. U.itiian, daughter'. Ke.neth iBon-Ufl %  t . Grace. Meeville .grand-children.. Hegin-1*1 Boa.r. DIM in The larger Hal has (our >* %  nesting rooms. dining and drawing route.. Recently rrnoiatr. g garage Phone XMB appoir.Uosnt lo see tf,, place large „.! %  art ant •r Weft (or • dgrelii UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I HAVE bora instructed to nil by Mgsiic ww m m on the -pot on TkutxUy 1Mb JL,I> .1 1 p m Ui* %  railed *l HIM MM PFHMIVtl "BHIOHTWOOD"—On 1 Lawrence Gap Prom Fvilv furnished Apply to %  WWII II .1 rt.-.ley. Chrl Church The ror.nsl* of ..pen vrrandah to the front. •.(.wing and dining roam., t bedrooms, Ma|M and bath H hs ptM ft-jM Ugrgajflggagl. ID 'I 1 • loaf It •ni.igi.-d. Some must be au.' PM My aperlion apply DA... MMBMMgj Lane UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER HELP icnred Ladv A.-m.ml (01 DRUG STORK WORK Appl. in > O Boa JO) 11 1 HA dualiSed KURSK (or St Jo-ph Almahouae at a salary al W) H pn im.nlh Applications Kith CciUfltatr to be foiwardrd to the Parochial Medk-al OtrJcar. EJlangowan.'' not later thai Monday. 17th July. )MU. Any Further Particular! can be ob leined from the P MO A A n uii.i Clerk. .Poor Law Guardians. BTSO-Jn DEPUTY MANAGER Required ba "ill Sugar Fatal,, in SI V.ncr.t %  MBS euetgellc well educated man re ill red future prospnt* good" Mount Betitinck Estate. Ud I) 1 1 1 7.. FOR MALE CAR Va ..shall Veloa 1 feet Condition two ions trunM specially flted loi carrying "I more luggage. Nichoiis OftVa WU Hom* I .11.1 (he better Ring It %  ;. Wilt in Singer Sport* KOADtTaW In uL lint rondltton ml>aire luat OVff 4.M0 CCU CO Ltd. T.TsaV-tn. 1*7 B VAUXIIAJJ. II II P HALUON%  1 ... I in go.*! ,oi,di%  on COUiriiaT G UIA< 1 ELECTRICAL^ RZPRKintATOR Amrrlcan Glbaon in good working order Can be aren 1 1 W S Monroe ACo Ltd Hum Street FURNITUREOn. %  U %  *i.1--l. ...r.l ||] with Cupboard. II Table .* feel aq 1 dIUon Applv M. 1. T ..i,-,v ihdgj. mganv Wagon ln De.l Top MULES One (U d.v.-n ti ilhout tarta Apply Ell. MjSCEU ANEOUS CIXJTIIINr. — Ladv wiahe. to dlapoae of Via. Crepe dlnaea .lightly woi of American ahoea. itrea k VrKrl an I 1 alao varletir IAA Pill II t SO— 3.1 CAUC-TOSE ~ A vitamin product. •upplving Calcium. Ir.m. .nd Phihoroiui A good picke~me-up for children'. ..ppetitc. and an excellent rlavourlna: for ...ilk uht.ii„..hl.. .,' KNIOHTtl IHUC f.TORES 12 7 to an 'CAMILATOM: SHAMPOO" J..-I vliat trau are looking for. including a UM nn.# adding xparkle and colour to vonr natural shade of Itoir Obtainable ..t KMdllTS DRUG STOKER IIT Sfl—an GUINEA ORASS A Paaaage Rnad D II %  0 GALVANIZE Plpea 1%. and 2 Inetii Mao GalvaiLlre flexible conduit In %  %  < neh and IS In. he. Enquire Am TITO Company. Trafalgar Street Phot S" 8 • 7 M-ili IJPTON-S TtJ\ A arrived and may novr be had fro.,, rottf rrocer P.ickaKea — I or 11.-. f M I'll ,,J ,oe The one and only brand of Tea that commanda the largeat tab ."VV* *'" ;i1 H 1 ''"'' Part of thi label attowlng the weight and rerun %  to be evrhitnged fnr v.iluabli ift 1 VJ VEEDIER for your record player %  11 klnda Including Ruby and S.ppnlrr Beml-permanant need la. to play .-vtnouaand racmUngi A BARNES ft CO., LTD M B St-t f NEW in ATTERA-Dinah Shore. Prank Bnab-a. Ring aid aU the real. Come -nd get. but quick. 1 CO.. LTD M • tA~t f „ PI.ASTUI1EI.TS -For labile.' a..d Ctilltfren In aiaorted Coloura only TkM M *ler.; Irrei. S.,i>ppe. MISCELLANEOUS 1 OB* ill Llqut Cole a. Co il 4M9 'JetTroyi Deei Peraerui to llaten Lardy de M on lb run be broadca.t over Radio Dlatrlbullon rrom a 00 111 pm on iSth July M I 10 1* n. For Rent 01 leman Large i|hl Party ni Roanllng Two iti double Bedn—m foi •r to city Dial 4M WANTBn TO BIT OLD SEWING MACHINES. Out ol ie. bought here Mra Vaughn. Klng/i Hreet or Fairrhlld A Probyn Sta ItHtl. HMt Minus NOTICE 1 I in 11 OF "T LVOV Tender*, including apoclflratlon*. are •tvited for rrpain to the Rectory. iaubx araggd ale. Pine Road Belleville, %  P.iere and MornChacn n WrttMWJ T.blr WUI..I. Ornament Tables. Dining T-blr wal gi H*.k Caae and Stand. Ja.d.n. PI-. Dl.h Covei. Good Testscope. El.ctr* Toa'ter. Mingle Mah*an. R.,t.>.d Deep sleep Mattreea. Drnaing Table ihog%  %  %  Too* MM ..... ktMg Mir ^^^ IJRRAYS ] MILK STOUT EDINBURGH SCOTLAND 11 LAST nan WAVE H\H. SELF HEATER IRONS—De l.uv 1111 tt;\ni\i 1 >IIMIIIII >i he % %  Wi.c! Diatributon:— MANNING & CO.. LTD. ton tin INM %  1 AJflMLEH II UUPTAatO BKWKIR TROTMAV A |l) REAL ESTATE •pot. fi'jtt Morgan nice Appl. J.: -... A T '-..1.1(1... ull erlooking Rneklev Terl UHM bll ll-ckett C RorO.at'k Street lt.1 H :n (t \ 7.RMT1IH ft law • built .. liequla. „ „ %  rlrwill be refused Fbr Ail I nortsrulara apply t.. JAMTM MULRAIN. C o JOHN II IIAZE1. SONS A C LTD Kingstown SANDGATE-. Hasting... •!• M* sqiuire feet of land on tl r rtartinga Road. The Houae ion tain, drawing Ing room, enclosed gallery SHIPPING NOTICE f ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. HEHT IIH M It M ha.ll.t (ram \m>l.rgaaa and llao. \ VESSEL J .iv list I s COTnCA 1 Augu.1 Ilth aalllaa la M.g.lr. ri, d .ih Antwarp and taili.dsai \v IL.LEMSTAD July JJth MS "ORANJESTAn August a.vl Ha tins la Trlaldag. 1 •..•na.it. Uisai.ara. Ilr. SS ••COTTICA" July ||th MS •H.r.iliaJul% ?7ih S P MUSSON. SON A CO LTD Ti,,M V DABtW< 1 1 will ICO i %  %  ngftn 1 %  Vitiifut. Qrii % %  Tiki M V CAR1BBH "il! artvpl L'arKo ittul I'.t fin iKniuim.i A1 Ugua, HontMrrrsI rfm i si Kiiiv BaQlni iTida tl W I SchiM.lin tlMII. s \u1xi4ln111 inr (on. Igner Jkiatl: ,0; HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM' two I-Mr-: kltch*nMle uars with tims) i %  u. i<-|>iiii. iu .TI,. nnimi. me. _, Itlgtnis % %  1 the approval Of the I^-gI.I.lure' I %  "J*"* ind additional Nurse's quarters at Inspection by appoin ipplleatlons will be lerslgncd up to Sail • OSWALD 1. ik. St Lucy received by the nday IJ.i.l July. DEANE. Vesii, %  1 M—in SAINT VINTKNT WEEK IV AIR SERVICE Now makes poealblr 1 In' days U.ider one management RATllo MHX TOWER HOTEL St Vincent and SUNNY CARIRBEE r-n.lhe-aM Bequla Island all thai can be doalrrd Reoull•cr-nary, %  aa-bslhlng, fishing, cieelculslnes and bars HATER M f. 17 11 w I per day. For further details and reaervatlona. ERROL a ROOKS. Box . Saint Vincent. 13 90—Hn Ttie above .III he -t up lor ule in public competition at i.ui orTU-e on Pticuty the list day of Jutv MM at 1 p m CARHINGTON A SEAI.V, Luc.. Sl.ee. II 7 SO Inn MRJIOHF.". Jth AeenuiRellei llle Heilmoms. Gas in Kitchen standing %  approilmatMy gajog -q ft. Lawn arl of house Apply on premlaeor II.T H 3n Vou Ivy At Mann-dale*. It,,.-I ggaja toilet bath Al nnrkles Rnad one 1 hoaigi Welllngion Rtrerl NOTICE gnpgjn I.: ptjm TliNDFJts for conveying pauperi tai From any part of the Parish to th Aimahuuie (In From the Alrnshouae to the Oenerii Hospital will be received t me up i. Juh IBlh IV* W V OOODING, Parochial Treasurer. fl %  PStF, D'AHX-Y A r*'ITT Magjrlne La..* lit, I st. phii NOTICE Applications for a vacant Filters An nultv will be recrtved by Ihe Clerk o Ihe Vestry up to II noon on WedneU> July 11. HU0 Applicant, must be widows of parish of SI Michael In straitened clrcumstancee. Foims of application can be obtains, al the Vctry Clerk's Office Bv Order. E. C REDMAN. Clark. St Ulcneel'a Vestry Vestry Clerk's Office. Parochial Buildings Bridgetown 11 SO--* NOlrCE Er Ik* Eslale •( IFW1S 11LIVEK YARDS .More cn.inonlv known as LEI Dl l\ Kit llt'UKt: iooaggad NOTICI hereby 1 an I Itch Gernis Killed in 7 Minutes Tour akin haa nearly SO million II % %  d pore* "hi r.K'TIThidennd %  rlbla llchlni i . ... 1.1. r. rnr->rtiry r.Iirf beeatiae they do not kill Ihe frrti. I tWM Tl,IMTsr dlacnvery, NisoRnti kills Ihe germa In 1 mlnutea and la giiarnnt.rd to git e you a soft. ..ear. ultra. ....th akin in one w.-k. or mon-v bark on ralurn of empty pack.igOM %  fuaraiite'.l Niaoderm froiii gour ihsmisi .. v _g> 1 -1 Nixoderm TOP Skin Tronble* 1/1 I OS! A UM Ml LOST hWEZ3>riTAKX TaUKXT Sen*. 74 FlnUCr pleaar return an. wbcrl Aleva Alleyne. I'.un, Spun* SWBF-l-sTAKr: I J K-'l MM Finder please tetu Sjdney Slcklet. V'u CfOtl iaark Yard S.-. PARCEL i.n.t-1 >n Monday night iu* poia. Finder M• %  l,..tliig|t>ll.e IV LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE Ac at %  ..., : Aikm Ga liver Yarde more o nown as Lewi. Oliver Rurkr Bag* F The Harbadu. Fire Brigade deceased lie ..I Entcrpriin Ihe ,,„-..i, „f C1..I.I i-iirth In this Island who died on the Itk An gl May 1150. intestate rra ii.rated lo Hiut In particulars of their .ittealed to the undesigned Hrlam Adi.va Strakr. c o Mr-.r. Kayises A GnlTlth. Solicitor.. No I Swan Stieet ..n or before the Jlst day ..( Anaii.t I9fk. an., which date I -hall pro ceed to distribute the aaaeta ol the da ceased -""ml the parties entitled thereto %  .1 only in gygBj .la ma gf which I .hall then have had notne and I will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any perHM. of whose debt or claim I shall not . i .,i .. % %  ... AND all pro,n. Indebted to tl.e .aid estate are requested to settle their "aid indrhtnlneis without drla. Dated this 90th day of June. 1660 MIRIAM ADIN'A STltAKF.lt Qualified Adn.inl.tratriK .,( • %  i %  ,., of Lewis Oliver Yarde. driess.g tl.8 90 -4av E.igle Hall Road, I Dated this llth day of Jul. ISM 1 <. I. WA1.WYN. Keq P..II.C Maglstrai.• lii-trn-t -A" Bl. BURTON iS>UAJU>. lor Applicant KB This appllcalior. U, I. eraig at a Licensing Court to bo bald l„ll.e Cuu.t, Hi.tin I A on F.Idas tl list dajr of Jul>, ItbO. at II o-i.-k .. C L. WAl.WYN. PolU* Magistrate. Dtst "A SS "ATLANTIAN" SS. "COMEDIAN" SS "SPECIALIST" SS HISTORIAN' SS "RIVEKCKEST" Ltavti Blh Julv 8Ih July nth Juu !Snd July "Mi .In lUJMKWAIlli rX)lt THE UNITED KINGDOM Wlsel S.S. "TACTICIAN S.S "rit-M.-rSMAN" CIOJCI In nurlxiiloi INiili Juh Z2ii.l Ji U For further parlli'ulars appl:, to DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agents. Canadian National Strains!.i'*Gvt your Groceries from US ID w i'.h N I DOMTNION M t MMM \t % %  : I i ii R BIRD'S CU81 U\ tt CRAPE nUIT JUIC1 CERasAI FLAK i taunt .Juhn §0. Kit if I inA So#f* i.tti. FOR SALE \-> MII UKU M txwn i Standing Ml • -\ 1 | ii u KCKaVn UN IADY RODNEY I'Al IADY NELKON CAN CHAI I l '.'.I it l-AUY ItOIJNKY IADY NSIJION J Julv ilh July Uih Julv It Julv 7..''. I II II Aug itth Au. .n. AIM II Ana =g(h A.ia < %  -i.l llll'.il M, IADY KODNFY LADY NELSON LADY RODNEY LADY NELSON GARDINER AUSTIN A CO., LTD. Aient.. i It. 1.1 t. S.S. CASCOGNE S.S. -GASCOGNK" S S. -(JASCfXINEs.s C;ASCO<;NEI IIA.\SAII.AVI IOI IE FRENCH USC Sailing lo Trinidad Sailing to Plymoulh 3rd .'.I.. 1950 10th August, IBM) Hlli S,pt, 1950 8ttt Nov. 1950 lOUl July, 1950 16th AUK. 1950 20th St-pt,., 1950 14th Ni.v 1950 For further purlieu Ian. upply tu : a. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. REAL ESTATE JOIIS Si. Ill 4DON r.irmrrlt llUmi A Bladoi FOR SALE ULOtl (MKJIUIO Maswrel ii' -i iii.ii. i an %  ... '•••' ol .iu.ii> lotntriinion .eriv ,,„. 'LITT1.BATAI n %  II ci.nl. y Il %  ' %  i . i .. ,i ... i . -trucled dim with nit.,1 u .., '•%  in. .|"ihiF garage 1 REAL ESTATE AGENT Auctioneer A Surveyor PLANTATION*. nill.DINfi Phone I..in City Garage Trailing Co., Ltd. VICTORIA ST. 4671 Mrs. HOUSEWIFE Wt. can now ttuppl.v you with the tollowmit in ETlkei.waro M1X1NU buwLb (in V.HIUU. sizes) TEA P0TU do. TEA CUPS TANKAHD JUGS (In SSiiOM | MBAT FLATTER:! do PLATES Dc.p and Shallow DISHES SAUCE BOATS And many others too numerous lo mention. Pay U* a Visit before Purchasing Elsewhere. (THE IIOIJ.SE IOH •IARGAINS) I In 1 Barbados Hardware (o.. Lid. I Noa 33 A N SWAN STREET PU0..E 210M. 3534 or 4406 LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE TKANartH AfD UMUVA*. The mpt.1* M WTHSTOH IIAhlBrana, si ptuup the p.... cha ••' M Uquoi i %  %  No tat o( IM granted to THEJIPHILl'S SMAU. in n a p c l of Bottom IV-o. Iwo .tori ..tl building In M.rhlll aneH. Bridge PASSAGES TO AnMIc* PT'KI irtl i"t. HOBOH Dublin per MV -Dl'AI.A". t- 20th Junn, and tbtrrvaftt Sini-lc fan-. £70, i.suil rcdu Apply dirtvt. IRELAND fTer |iassbK*s to i. Dnmlnirn sailine fit ivcry thirty-tin-. rjs*/l lions for children. In your bamroom a (in of Pun.lpuu.ili i dlutyi ought to be ready, lor in powdering yourself after the bath. you make yourself fresh and coul ggain, it prevents superfluous perspiring aod abrasions. PuroL powder also heals all kinds of skin-diseases and troubles, as ecicmea, prickly heat, etc For Sml*~Contd. ptatunc i ireen. pink, ffeg Modem C %  OOIJT rXrrTaVn In aur Showroom comprises i gnartmrnt of hand decora t* coltessvts. vases tig. ret t.. ash trars toother with roodrlled animal ligures am 'lues. Sea them HARRISON A CO PLASTIC HEAD TTXS -A Fine Aaaori nenl In pretty Floral Design. Me each n.e Modern Dress Shoppe. broad Street • 1 SO 3n Qt'ARRY Marl and laU fa g u g, ... %  SMjEggn PI %  t.!-:i | mkrn soft tlom> *.le H.II Apply tieorge II 7 SB—3n PYE LTD have appointed aarvk depots in every island of Ihe Caribbean to semes Schooner radios, when na %-ry rut. detaiU from Pje Ltd., I Pox MO. Bridgetown Dial UM T T SO and shingle I.he.1. 1 I"" %  his lth day I AIJ1IE HHATHU AITE lor Appllra IIAH11JI. Xaq Pol Ire U i WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. •ci.ortm:/ts OF DISTINCTION" OCh,.| MAJU-F-R, District -C II I M IIAKKISON fOLLECE x tMis sriov JHJ. T .a.H:lg TOYS A wonderful a.aortment M TOTS atoo Mouth Organs rangi%  -c upwards The Modem Drest Bra^l Street • T Sft-Sn YACHT PETER PAN. Lengin U I of sells etc. Phot* 1*S> 11.1 10EMTRANCr The Entrance Ea. for eonaideratio.1 fo. admn-.i... la Ha. • son College, in Septe'mber IH60. will take place as follows BOYS UNDER 10 YEARS OP ACE Must attend on Prldae list and Mondi.v Mli July. bMssrn the him.s of • 10 %  m and II II p m ROYS OF 10 YEARS AND OVER •VIII be required on H..turday ttnd July from • 10 a m to 1 JO p m (Luncheon Rresak |> og lo II i and on Monday Mth July from a 10 a.m to UM pa Candidates must use lie Roebuck Entrance and report u. the Office frsi in will raajulre pencil., a .liher s.id an unused e"clae boo* or ptece of rlcin blotting paper la fi-n.l.h a amootn '.mi, .... which le -T.re On Monday Mth July, they stun.kl hring eierclse 1-oki HMhagj tr^ •or* the* have been doing at their 1 :•• %  ".i Mhoola. I Individual noticehave been posted to all csr.dldates I Opartment of Education, I ail. July. ISM 9.1 M— In i !" th. PINE i \n

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PAOl torn BARBADOSADVOCATK UI I.M SDAY, M I V IX, 19SU BARBADOS I AlMXffTE I'.Md b. Ik* \. ui Hi--* -i mn" nbf third Te*l Match beltteen F.nfeluntl and the B Trent lh id-1 \otliit. It'int article about Nottmghamsk Wednesday. July 12. 195* TIIAVM'OIM THK entire travelling public led by the Commissioner of Police and the staff of the Department of Highways and Transport have been endeavouring to give the fullest cn-nperation in the effort to bring the best results from the new traffic regulations. But there is public opinion that the concessionaires and the inspectors who travel on the routes could do more to see that the regulations are properly carried out. The activities of the Police in seeing to it that the regulations dealing with the overloading of 'buses are strictly obeyed have brought much desired comfort to those who are compelled to travel by the 'buses. Five passengers only can now travel in one seat. This restricts the number to 27 passengers on a 'bus except a few which have been recently constructed to carry 81. It has brought alight inconvenience to those who cannot get seats when once the 'bus is tilled to capacity. In many instances the concessionaires have not put extra 'buses on the route even at the peak hours between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. and again between .1.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. when clerks and other city workers are travelling to and from work and breakfast. This situation is even aggravated by the fact that inspectors and owners of these 'buses sometimes travel the entire route occupying a seat which might have been available to some passenger. Already the accommodation is insufficient and to reduce the number of seats even by one is to bring a sense of frustration to those who have no other means of travel. It ought to be an easy matter to travel part of the distance to check the number of passengers on the out going trip and then to await the incoming bus to return to the central terminus. The effective check is that which is done at irregular and unexpected moments but for an owner or an inspector to travel the entire route to check the 27 passengers is to defeat the object of the regulation and to add to the inconvenience which the travelling public is now experiencing. The entire transport system and the policy of granting concessions is for the benelil of the public and not the concessionaires or the members of their staff. The system of 'bus transport as was pointed out in the House of Assembly last week, is nothing less than a monopoly system; and those to whom concessions have been granted ought to realise that this privilege carries with it a responsibility to cater efficiently to the needs of the travelling public on that particular route. To leave people standing in the street or to prevent them from catching 'buses on other routes merely because an owner or his inspector is desirous of remaining m a scat which an intended passvnger wanted is to defeat the object of the system. A week ago the question was raised in the House of Assembly as to whether it was not the duty of the Government to investigate the seriousness of the situation in which several school children from St. Philip had been left on the streets of Bridgetown in the afternoon when they had already paid in advance for their monthly transport. It was even held that any concessionaire who allowed this might have broken the contractual obligation. Now the same complaint is made in the City. The system of concessions was introduced in order to prevent unregulated co'rnpetition which brought chaos without satisfying the needs of the travelling public. Private organisations such as Cable & Wireless and certain schools have their own form of transport Could this decentralisation not be extended for the DtMfll of the travelling public ;is u whole? rJSX^fftt&tJUS* QUICK AND PROGRESSIVE W jre't historic pavilion. %  * ......... wtI ICII UI I I III AS!JHES AT I III \ I lilt I IN. 17 k D.V.SCOTT TODAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE There is a treat In store for all lovers of nickel fortunate enough to be able to visit the Nil 11 ngh an ish Ire pavilion when the third Teat Match between England and the Wen Indie* starts it Trent Bridge, on Thursday. July 20. Among many historic balls tin-y MftU BSS) the !.r t ball i.rr used by the Australians in England, during a match, played on May 20. 21 and 22. 1878. In whkr Nottinghamshire defeated the isitors by an Innings and 11 Nearby is the ball with which frank Bhadloeh took four Somersetshire wiekets In tour hall %  at Trent Bridge, on June 3. 1893 Among the interesting bats to be seen in ihis historic pavilion Is ono dating trom 1.800. It is three lathi longer than those of today and is shaped like tin butt of a musket. Another bat which impressed me was ono n.ide fieri U .nn-ieni oak pine. c part of Uie famous bridge across the river Trent, which is just outside the ground. It is claimed that the wood Trom which this bat was made was under water for a thousand yearn. Like George Parr's far-famed tree, which still stands on the square leg boundary, near the rlw, and into which "The Lion of North", as he was called, was wont to hit many sixes in his day. one of George Parr's bats is also on view, while his portrait graces the pavilion wall George Parr (1828—81) captained Nottinghamshire from 18M until 1869. His picture reminds us of how cricket fashions have changed Beneath his topper hu wears a benrd and a heavy black moustache, u black bow-tie, tight hite trousers nnd black boots! If GsofSJI 1'arr. like Leary Constnntlne of ti later generation. was known for his aggn the .ucket. so was Alletson. In n frame there is this astonishing information—quite worth thinking about' n> Brie I.. ii..i.M.<...M "A Notts Cricketer** World rttbOUl parallel in cricket history. %  Notts v. Sussex, at Brighton. 1011 a Nottinghamshire player, was an hour making his. He nil his second fifty in a quartet of -n hour Aftei lunch he %  cored. 115 out of 120 in an, Lilting Kiliiik fur 22 in one over anil 34 in another His 189, uu! of 227. occupied him ninety minutes Dr. w c Grace, to data tha greatest batsman oi all time, is %  ommvinoraleu by a Coalpori CUM plate, whicn was aligned to mark ihe Doctor's success in .scoring a century of esnturtas, which he act ompluhcd between the years 18fli and 18W5 In the * tiiev di> return UnUi lhair wlvr. artd chlblrri, Thtir lolly there to mourn Hhri—xl. lialtU.eartnl. l-atirel. 8SSM may WOST." Even the expert radio commentj.tois sometimes haw lUftkulty in distinguishing the dark f.. % %  the West Indians. This difficulty was overcome by members or the first Australian side to visit England, by their wearing distinctive colours The scorocard of 'A Grand Cricket Match' between Mir Australian XI and Nottingham Comii August 3 and 1. IKti*. Illu nnd also reveals that this team • ill "Aboriginals," with the exception of DgBM v.... Lnwrence 11 %  Brat Australia. i I it Eiland came l\n yean later and was men.ioi.cd curlier m thai II The visitor >.' ti.ii, % %  — surely Hem -de-plumes' — voluirs and % %  I as follOWS — tint %  *<•>* InnlHi. U.I.). HW. lUiac* • o .v hlta • Miillagh i-.-i.. a I... | mm 1-an.t. „k, .1 .,, %  •!.. S.M> r ( 'Pii.ki T*..p mi. tD.ab IS'., Jim C rw defeated their Austral ;>< %  dared at a judicious moment Why they dl :• in." of thiN itraiHi game, the record of which reed Itks i mg huge leg-pull! The Trent Bridge Ground wa* foundc.1 on May 2B. 1838, by William Clarke (i:8—1856). wh, I,.. justly gone down into History ..finfather of Nottinghamshire Cricket." Clarke the owner Of the "Old Trent Bridge Inn." skippered the county club for From iS3j. Hialso started and captained an AllEngland XI, in 1H46. and did much to raise the level of English cricket The present visitors from the Caribbean will be able to handle one of the very bats which Claritf used to make many runs on the ground he founded beside his old int. on the bank of the Trent—i ground which ha sold to thi county in 184". His strong, hospitalili I aei. clean shaven, save foe side a/hiakere, siiii trom the pavilion wall, bidding them welcome and wishing them the luck they so richly descr AUSTRIA NEXT? VIENNA By SUlr Sr. rrtar* The sickle that is poised to FKKIHNAND GBAt reap Austria Into Russia's EuropChief of Austrian Seearlty Farces. can basket is a grave threat that Communists Und in few free people of the world racics like Italy lealixe That i< the blunt (Note. Austrian warning of a government official have never polled in an unique position to know— per cent of the vote Sta'.iie. ietai> Ferdinand Graf, election i la i ai ; algn of hatred and evenge depriving them of the .ii-. :.i live They free demoecalled anybody a Na/l frao intiriiu, Franca cadad tot punislunant in accorCommunists dance with la* and humanity. :iuiithan .'• At the BBTOC time, the Comruj] ntuntMl have a huteau with many which ihej established hlef of Australia 1 security This immunity against Boltfaevuolice. ism however, must not glyi i;i,t iconsulered utM di ">" t0 puisSBM fS tblU an i Ar'n.i .. .. (aarlaaa and oubfiwken men subjected to the Communist in Kuropo. A member of the power policy lo a very special Conservative People's Party, who degree. attacks Bolshevism under th Let me exilain further: very noses of Russian oecupaAustria still does not know tkW torCM. he makes It clear Uie price and the date for which in this artlclo for International and when they will again be News Service that if Austria masters In their own house, wants lo remain lice. It must World Bolshevi-m in Austria .oiisnlei and combat Ihe danger intentionally tries lo muke cupiiit every turn. He tells, firsthand, how the Communists operate It would be a great mistake underestimate the power of orld Bolshevism in Austria This borderland nation ht jecled to dangers that ital of this lack of security. Does the United States ki how difficult It ts for Austria ti balance its budget as long as thi financial rt of the Comlnfoini. Which iMI igned to win over the very Nazis whose Uvclibad 0''prived. DM sh;iineles.sness marks tloffl I signatures for the Commuiii-t panCa swindle by which they betters they are able to threaten the Austrian people ,iiy ffsctrn vraj TI* dangle the promise of a treaty return (or itum B] Uatnj tlneat' |h0) hope ts g: in what Ihev cannot ISM li in I free nation i^irrandst As persistent ns the people of Austrll .'I.i iii.t Communisi I i 11. %  11 t %  %  i. r.: i %  i t Ik* I IIW l\ H IAI I.I-:V LOS ANCJKLKS North Kurean war machinery is undoubtedly being supplied by industrial plants kept | intact above the thirty-eighth parallel, plus imp-iriations of equipment and arms from 1 Russia and whatever remains oi United' States lcnd>lease material When our mission visited North Korea in 11*40. we went there infoimed from numerous %  OUTcSsj that industrial plants had been di> mantled and carried away as war booty or, repara'.ions. We were misinformed. We visited Pyongyang. Kyompio'o, Chinnampo. Sunchon. Smuiju, Yongampo, Wonsan and Mump'ytui We inspected substantially all of the industries in these areas which included iron and | steel, metal working, chemical, power, mine mills and smelters, textiles, and pulp, paper J and food. Most of these industries we found were i operating. Work was being done by Japanese prisoners of war and Japanese technical assistants. Russian troops and guards were' everywhere. In most instances we were told that j Koreans were unable to operate plants, so it was necessary for the Soviet occupation authorities to import Russian help and use Japanese skilled labour. When our time for visiting North Korea ran out — we were given live days, but were i permitted to stay six — General I. M. Chistiakov. Commanding General of the Soviet | Armed Forces tn Korea, entertained us at j dinner. His words pledged friendship. Today, we. are lighting the Communist aggressors from the very spot where this pledge was made | General Chistiakov said: (in a prepared speech) "The friendship between the American and Soviet peoples, strengthened on the battlefields against the common enemy—the Fascist Germany and the aggressor Japan — is the basis of great victories in the second world war. "I express my confidence that also in the future the friendship of our democratic people will grow and strengthen. It will be the basis of our victories in the common struggle (or peace and security in the whole world, .ind will help in the progress of the whole industry. "I am sure that the reciprocal respect and understanding which is the basis of co-operation of our peoples will lead us to a quick and progressive decision on all questions con nected with the establishment of Democratic Korea." The "quick and progressive decision" has been warfare. —I.N.S. BATHROOM SUPPLIES DOWN BUITB8 HIGH-UP SUITES c AST-IKON BOXES WC TANS "S tin BTEFPANI HAM SAUSAGE :Nlh tin RED CHERRIES IN SYRUP Paw tin PEEK FREANS TWIC.LKTS DUTCH APPLE SAUCE FLOrit S7.I2 prr Rac "1 IU lh*. uf the counIMI to effective Communist lh I.M'tU I tu the .-..id.-. : .1 ,rul •.-(%  momif naturr suboi one of the occupation powers, like DOM older In ihe world. Ions as a high percentage An tr i.i the nly country of .pe->mU*,|. of lh. cnlir. Iho tui .h„ wanl or no u> ""Vul. h< To m nSl P.rl, in j_,., ,._, Vienna Is so unimportant, with doubt that ^ mgu B||mb-f of supporton '" nnd the fov oiShtensd fellow trnvellers. It Is the only party of !f5...„2fT, a „" Austria which enjoys any support .hi which has not succumbed at nil'.' ;o the choking grip of a There can be n 'People's Democracy" although world Bolshevism troop units of the Red Army nre reach the goal which on its soil. On the other hand. It nl the only freely-elected g the world which is adder. via., economic measures Ihe ui! has lie elect ons In Austria; namely. fnmi lhl Red Army and of Ih -a "Peoples Democratic' lurrencr ,t| rc Russian power apparatus p would be irresponsible for ministrating ureas that nre oc.shaking the confidence In a one to remain silent about Ihe %  upi.'d by Soviet divisions, a fact stable economic ileveloinneiit atul enormous dangers to which free thai nives Bolshevism many social seeurilv dsnoency i subjected in the OpportunlUeS to bring about. The le*s supporters Communism heart of Europe directly W IndlnctlX, %  > "psopls'l hai in Austria, the more limitle:-. As in the time of Ihe mi revolution." 'he means available to them beagainst Ihe Turks. Austria Is again It Is almost a miracle thai >•"'"'* at a stage where the Issue of frceAustriti has Immunized itsell In Ihs que st ion of punishable Horn nnd of the Occident Is to b against Bolshevism in compartNnris. the Communists demanded, defended in the most difTicul son to the grout support the beymm justified punishment, a way INS Formula For Persiialify ll mil? be ilui <" HIIMMI I'I-.SSIIII NEW YORK lor Ihwo Kpi'ndiitt on llicm cr ca*cs than the US.A. ,. .„„, U n ov .r Th.% ton lhan ullicu -Thi. Iwiu> Irua not onl ,3 ;'',';. .,„„£,, ,J „, thVtr u. Sib the, „u nMntmtllll and Brit In. IH-I, Ui >mcWd ,. *„h tl„,,. %  % %  < % % % % % %  ...rnlal health hi ., MjHjIW h., M.I I S3 blood pM On ,„ll~n.. J,POUP o. w.,v ,.. -.,,.1. but tr ntoi, M il-il Ihei. ne llkelv to have %  dOCtOI WtlC had vmikCd will'. e\I. i m.in> EwS,, l„ ,h,,.olh.r" Sirvlcom.. ..I women nl t.-.tc or .merjency. the Ami tho". who! "urrVr Ironi •'Ehctririn liuUn 30 oc 4.) tro.ip bn-nmn more important lesll to., aic told they h.V* l-ul.- a ....i-.,t th.lf last •. %  tl-.a,, tho individual N.uros nolhina t.. worry about. It is iu: ""•• ouhaii. 10 aJUfntUu ....-, ,->, %  more readily durum ,•> I>ur7ln< abOUl I" Ihe renl inele.1,1. lulhll maybe lie,„,„„> %  ,.1 Ihe whole population. I,.,„I, i>UK-i 85 lr nt ol |-oplc with „,„.,, h( , vc lk „ rp ln d n|cr „, the.. I..-. ..x.^ gutter from | ,. ;1 „., ,„ ,|, c cu „ sla „, ,i Bh On hi.l. blood ar !" ure three headaeh... .11 per cent air r, ii. i...... .I...I n. .ml inn. (ii.m In%  ,1 1^1 'i"" 1 i.implain i't ni.viin--. %  >;,—•. jrz" "x, „..;., %  ,,then i.usmes.1 „ns Di Lotha Kahnowsky. ,vho WW, Sfnol ti of the oi umfasslon i^vnticomplstsd rtudiet In Buw I in naors tolerant th-mJ-ope. s.n.i thai countries iiuovti. %  rsscll lliing^ — jlTei u-.i by lh than 'tinVrni* al no.' BAMBOO CURTAIN GOES H> i it A\K F:MI:RY MANILA The Communisi bamboo curtain is closing fSStS) ind faster on Democracy in South East Asia Deep concern for the final showdown between the lillle democracies" and a half dozen Communist %  Del movements in Southern Asia is being expressed openly in Manila diplomatic circles. A Netherlands diplomat, concerned over the Indonesian situation, said: "Indonesia, suffering from a technical inefllck-ncy and threatened by Communist insurgents, has a poor chance of surviving in the new forces sweeping across the Asiatic mainland. "These forces have an advantage using under the table methods to destroy something untested and unstlengthened over a period of years." Other diplomatic officials only one hour and thirty nmutes drive from the Philippines Communist raid tricken Central Luzon, feet it is almost the same lory in the Philippines. A west European legation official POSJSJ W aid one saving factor is the strength of the Catholic Church in the Philippines where anti-Communist sermons are preached on Sundays "But on the other hand." he added, "the greatest Philippine mistake could be undereslm strength ol Communist propaganda, a double-edged weapon in the cold war in South East Asia." CotMnunlat propagandists, he added, are hurling corruption charges at the Philippine Government from both sides of the Pacific "Unforhmateh." he said, "some of it is true." Indo-Chma. Burma. Thailand. Siam ami Malaya ratting top priority attention from most of htanllai worried diplomatic Corps. In this connection. Philippine National Defence oflici.ils ..re assigning more and more militnrv experts to observe the Communist pattern bring fol%  OWad m ih.se countries ul^*' for the fll ? t n,c Defence officials have called on CIVIC leaders and Commercial official' to f?lEf.^ 1e m ,nc flghI '" su PP r M> Communism In P i pplnsa. noM rs at surtni pan of the Philippine %  Lied one Western dlpioOMt, -J ,l,, „ Ua aloOS where c,v.c !.-. I an anti-Cominuiiisi commlttei %  i UH0 residents." n ittet, Ineludai ten laadlps ivk nnd eanlzaUoni in Masula — I.N s. STAAS/FLLIK VWII A f . #.#. SMART MEN WEAR A Small shipmant % % %  !' -f these suparb' TROUSERS in attractive materials and colours now i stock* TAILORED BY SIMPSONS IKilOSI A A to., Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPT, -oluntaril\ rcpresantii a Our lleadrrw Sajt Stop Communitm The Edifor. The Adeocale SIR.—Plciise allow me BSM to say that something should be dons to stop tinpace of CommunlMi:, wli, n • %  iTM to exist everywhere, and an effort lo better conditions u %  '. %  Mora unity and s>iiii';ihy n oods d in plscs o! greed for power. How can wo 1 CommunlamT Lai sympnthelic to the sufferings of others, ready to help, and also to lead those who are would-I (Virnmui'i-.i Tn enter the rlghl channel fnr prsosrvaUon of pesos. and value ol VOLCNTEEH His Edif.i Free The Adi-ocah' Sill. 1 am asking space for an humble plea, that Is, tor Theatre OWnai and managers to allow our poor children to sec on the II W I i rlckelers In aeBngland. Erec I Cart Ifefnre Horse. II %  BOW .r. The Adi'Oeofe SIR.1 am afraid that all lh" amount "f talking i>y Radio of lectures will not aid a campaign against T B. What is needed w atnltary measures io be aoforesd in l.unch rooms and Restaurants. which are germ-spreaders. .„... Inspectors are so vigilant around Tinivould Indeed be a trsat. u ,,. uKv ., ril and private and a blessing for many |0r prop ,. rlv> wh ,i,. millions of germs "ick.i Imcis. ami .. rr ,(,„„,( Hnwn Ihe throats of the MS the great^pervn9 ) m at i nsn niUry eating-placeformanees ol thsoa fellows of Drinking straws, RUUlll Bd better sanitation 'liould be plsa made Imni ral i-RirKET FANHEALTH 8ETKIR Too Glaring The Editor, The 1 SIR,—I am lurprtsod to %  • %  whit a vast amount has been .s|H-iit by Ihe Vestry for tha Prices* Alice Playground and the condition It is In now Thiamount could well have been spent on the much-needed v W.C A.. which would bi the housing problem. Of a I inUlIr.g to house the i i itiful sight to behold I %  %  For me life comes Ural tori Play-fields The squalor of novI t\\ i much too (It POOR SYMPATHISER Feel H '-' a wonder llailaBtllai %  try feet left, and tourists ... To Thi* Editor. The Advocate going to put up with mid SIR.—The present "bus stand Inconvenience. The public must Should be under cover completely, protest. i>nd to b e properly termed" is more u WI „ W ,,,_, , . J a walUni station also tnm "-* 1 school children U.V any a iu.i_ -*-—K* !" nbould pay half fare. Some ar* ,1, :."t mssx as 53 ss.'sST' md "" up "" -raltabU, also no halt MAKE FINER CAKES Select Thesellilll PUDDINGS Haiti ii*, Currants. I it1'runea. Mixed Peel Peanuts. Brsndj Cherrie-. I. m. Sugar. Almond Irinr.. (.ran uUtcd Sunar. Anchor Butter. Anrhor Puwdrred Milk. field %  tsM Hum Premier Brandy .e* %  %  n:i:it %  PHI hour waiting for a 'bus. DISGUSTED PASaBNGEP ^LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plumr. but uniccompanled by the rusUramry bans fides, will be Ignored. Many aurh reach the Editor's desk each week, and readers are again reminded of the neee-slty for the writer's ssane to he known to the BdMar. not for publication, but as an aaasror-or of good faith. >ie. BwSSaV, Tej Sloul. I %  I U ml-. <-iiinns' Nlpa SPECIALS prus RsJaaaS, Ifie. per lb. i i pru. I'ruuis. ;i4 | .IT lh I'ieklrd Sail Hah, 3ir |ter II. i ursai Turnip*, o:. %  her* in tin* Goun.x it us




Wednesday,
July 12.
1950



“ei Cane |
Looks For £800,000
Butlin Seeks Dollars |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, July 11,
NEGOTIATIONS to find £800,000 for the completion of |
~ “ the Butlin Holiday Camp in the Bahamas are reported |
to be progressing in London. Brigadier Keith Thorburn, |
chairman of Butlin’s (Bahamas) is believed to be seeking |
the money from a group outside the Drayton interests |
who have already sunk “950,000 in the village. |























































































BACK U.S. TROOPS

Pr whan ,
FIVE GENT:
Year 55



a et ee

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15 DIVISIONS BATTER

AGAINST SOUTHERN LINE
300 Allied Planes S: afe Reds

TO,.YO, July 11.

"TIRED AND BATTERED American troops,

outnumbered five to one in men and four to
one in tanks today fought stubbornly in the bat-
tle of a triangle for the vital river defences and
cross-country railway system of South Korea.
They fell back on their ‘‘no retreat” line before an
all-out Communist drive down the main highway

































leading to Taejon the provisional South Korean
If the new group puts up the money it will take the | capital
form of the first mortgage debenture stock secured on the ir , +’ For some days Communists had
Bahamas property. ;been building up on ab
It may also acquire a share in T | 7 Pyongtaek-Umsong ju putt
tthe equity of the business. Thi ) ek e an ol ne 37th parallel $ They
Hel, Asked will place the new group in the flu in the entire North ¥ ro
/p , position of having first claim e ~ . Third Division to. force. the ;
on the Company and its profits \ a I _ Of hrough tl Kum River de
° ’ ) } ;
For Fire _Frederick Ellis, Daily Express | AAMT oree fence line
city editor says that if the Lon- ms , i At
e e | don talks should fail, Brigadier | ~ ‘ ° ‘ e neavi ae
V tctims | Thorburn will try to raise money | 70 sroups wee HWes aopans
in New York | e this mornit ufter an
In any event he will fly to New : wae eee ondien this te
(From Our Own Correspondent) York on Saturday to join M1 WASHINGTON, Jul oe v ’ * i rail
BELIZE, July 11, | Butlin, who is already seeking President Truman to-day signe | °° SU e GR: Gatial Fa a
Governor Sir Ronald Garvey in | @0llars to complete the village. uthorising a combat Air| a ee? nile hove the
his mid-day broadcast appealed “Meantime” says Ellis, “interest | Force of 70 groups, but carrying} n
for help to aid 105 victims of last being paid on £450,000 unsecured no appropriation to finance’ it.| ia A
night's fire, presumably caused by loan stock put up by Drayton | Since roup size ire -variat diers counter-attacked tc ten
films in a warehouse, completely | interests is 5 per cent — a clue| there no way of detern | the Communist onslau vhict
burning out 13 houses, and se-| to the interest that will have to| ' planes are ) was supported very heay
verely scorching 6 others be paid on any first debenture.” machine-gun the dawn
; Ellis adds that as Butlin left for; THE STATUE OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA was taken to “Verdun* in the parish of St. John yesterday afternoon I ets the p iin t | i
‘ The Governor announced that New York, he blamed City finan- | Under a shady tre Father Patrick Moore speaks to the large crowd who are gathered around him on the lawn. ol ana aire Ont A Headquarters spokesman
a Sanita has been formed to} ciers for some of his troubles The crowd, the majority of whom came in a procession of cars and bitses from Bridgetown, joined many Catholics from St. John, who came Unit Arn | said to-night that pressure had
he Pp, as the Red ‘oss which im- He is reported as saying “finan-| to attend the service and see the Statue. Before addressing they, Father Moore offered a short prayer for the sick Fore trength let been continuously exerted on
mediately sw i ill} ci ; e | ; |
; are ‘oh Swung Into action, will] ciers in the City who were! — ————_—_—___—— reste ————- } nine authorised limi American lines all day and
spetniG carry the whole re-| backing me had told me to go ~y e Pe ‘ | e Cor \ ippr “we are retiring to prepared
SPONSIDINty ahead, and that they’d find the 66 >» Fatim positions.”
The Government has given $500] MONey needed to make the Vaca- | e 2 Cl a l i a S ji a rt Bill wa moral North Korean infant ;
to help. A Red Cross spokesman aa a big co earner,’ ’ \ for Member tion tactics were koue
said the Society will aid the vic-| 4 little ungrateful,” conclude: G been clamouring f haye — eve fers
tims as long as necessary. Nine Ellis, “seeing that the City finan- | ® 9 99 | kK a ue oes roup alr { . Pre 14 Oy ES eee: SECS ’
persons suffered burns, shocks,|ci@rs — Mr. Harold Drayton’s| e eS nh tes Ou rt } sisted that the Unite H 1id that North Koreans had
and cuts, group — have put up more than | e 1 , caiid noe amore | 15 divisio n the whole fror
half the £1,750,000 spent so far.”| I oO Verdun fieite t the pres t line th about 5,000 actual eor
ph A ill i = ece B : : ' bat troops in each Division
> 2 ~ ’ 1 Ors ee : Korean sniper ere busy {
¢ ‘ 18 e group Reute
Pleven New | Trieste May Be Attlee Listowel Suggests Study | vic coc os is, poate, | .iccree” Suipers, ape, em aran
; WY 7 | Patin vent to the Gath racemes | WV ! and
e
{Chapel at Verdu St. Joh 4 f usl A )
e } A 1 nin Sw . 1 % r %
Premier Of Another Korea Cnsieceta | Economic Prospects yesterday. afternogn., “THE stat SPORTS Northem tank was blasted off the
} , left the Ursuline Convent at a hig ty by anti-tank weapons it
Warns Sforza { = . | (From Our Own Correspondent) proximately 5.30 o'clock, at th W NDOW Pee oc Mar oee: garner tee meee
ranece “” | LONDON, July 11 head of a procession of cars anc ' : another-—from among |4 cso
ROME, July 11. 4 ‘ we oil eae ‘ pare Aas buse: OLD BOYS MATON vh tarted action or from. the
Italian Foreign Minister Count rac 1e / The British Government should not declare forthwitt On arpival at: Verdun there wa The. Annual ’ Pas ‘ | rese
seiasiibihos PARIS, July 11. | Carlo Sforza warned tonight that their attitude to B.W.I. federation, but should wait unti |a short service and Father Patric! A ly I ta
(wane aan ron ae ris ee ae become snotaer LONDON, July 11. all legislatures have had time*to consider. the &.C.A.C } Moor , who brought the statue | Achoo! Grounds Play bes { Pressure
3 er o orea’’, inding up the Foreign Prime Minister Clement Attlee report, says Lord List “Ls . Barbados, spoke to the congreg I }
: f 7 ; . Says stowel in a lette . » ~clé ® te ti N t ' t mt of the
tin epuiblic. a debate in the Chamber a | the on repudiated some words in (Mant Wy at VD he Se oe m aaa < da tion in the beautiful grounds of an abate: (an 7H Pina ' a en front B: ¢
1 oF a new Govern-| Deputies, Sforza said it was an|the speech of War Minister John rata rf eanis "88 é , nent pro Tthis country home, Later in the Vice-( gE. Burs ‘ Ge OF Moree, COMMUA!
ment to end France’s three weeks| “audacious reversal of the truth”| Strachey on the Schuman Plan nouncement at this moment as a deliberate attempt to in Jevening the statue returned to St i Burl 1 W. Clark are rling relentless pressure
old political crisis seemed very| when Leftists claimed that South-]| Attlee told the House of Common fluence their representatives, and in effect might well be| Patric! Church in Jemmott Sera ae i eee by their Second and Fifteenth
near tonight as the chief parties| ern Koreans had been the aggres-|that Strachey “went wrong in the reverse of what was intended Lane : E ¢ Mivisions to gain control of east
agreed in principle to join a Gov-| sors. “How can one believe that a| the words he used which migh This evening it 5.30 t aes ‘ilway system eXcey
Slaven under Premier Rene] Government would be stupid} wrongly have been iv It should be sufficient that a : ey ervice. th non sige ao ae A abies nd
leven. enough to launch an attack which puting certai tive parties at home accept Fede: Our La Fatima a , mesreen ant
in the space of a few hours was | French Gove tion and will do the tmost | mor a || Australian planes yesterday had
The Joint Committee of the|not only repulsed but was trane- 1 spoxe ter Strache sive ‘he hatacs rales wath 1.20 a a eee ee ee their most extensive day since
Socialist Parliamentary group and formed into retreat which is stil] |! given an explanation of the assistance they may ask fo: . . ° a6 we ofteunivs Began
the Socialist Executive Committee] going on He refuted leftwing con- pass ct further it” f 7 S = "Pri SOnNCKr ae : par ea a oA é- 4 .
voted unanimously in favour of|tentions that the Security Council | n : Lord Listowei adds that » ] ° « a Ae WATE De EPR
the principle of participation. The] action on Korea was illegal be- | alleged Lith constitutional fut of the We | ‘ ‘ | N . ae amags " "
Radicals and Popular Republicans cause Soviet Russia was absent him referre ladian is pend io we in ae apa uncio rid ‘ ) mile ; orthwest
had already voted to participate, “lf one neers this one must , aces Gia sciett we i pect of economic stabilit Vv ® aS | Denounces e y ania i . ! a brid
M. Pleven was expected to form| @¢cePt the assumption that a faeh tae the pdaitl wn This implies a continuing bo ViIISSING \ 1 Pp 4
his Government late tonight or to- United Nation: me Seale a ee 4 “Par li od af ance of revenue over expenditi ; Y » hu ; r 1 i ' ri tr : a
morrow. He had still to negotiate eC ations can paralyse al) uy : a in the reg § vhole f ras 4 a rao
C 7 ie a a t a) spit , Attler id tha 1e region as a whole A ° Ground trafi te
with the parties on the last points °"* of that bods Reuter act com 2 vat oter. oa n orea Jere ACUUON r be . i ha , ester {
of the difficulty as well as on the cratic supranation It does not exciude tempora terrific toll of Communist
distribution of portfolios. n€! deficits in particular area iri VAT pK vy “a
p ia ed oe ka vi ec ) i i.. fromn “Wureibe, | VATICAN CITY, Jul | WASHINGTON. J ind supplies and 6 rth
/ ( mt polic “om ‘ricane or othe: . y ; ‘ WAS NG q i ;
He was expected to keep M. Britain W ill Spend . as ronment policy : a patted ah ! Official Vatican circle tis ay tacts AACA axa cain is ni ere Ithocked ‘out bes!
Robert Schuman (Popular Re- abet ae ; chy sae OMIBAL they | were erious! Ame 190 trucks, according te
: * a > net he ‘ and Appreciation Needed ried” over the fate o on- {attributed “o an America antd
eee at the Foreign Office, 3m. More On siren ‘ ad plained he PP meine 2 dec ani r Pp nt ag Be to i" ‘ Ser oner of — the ar
lend over the National Defence 1 1" } nt For this -as } 1p at i. folic | Communist as reported
re mself considered he ri reason he ugge ld Ww 1ington-born A postol v I South Korean troc were re-
Ministry to M. Jules Moch Defence a a : would assist consideration of lele te in “ote 1 oi 1040 it} by United State Government norad “wo a. falling ao in the
(Socialist) and either keep M , Attle A have report in the West Indie f sf lieved here Monsignor | Monitors, The prisoner iden-|! battle for the ¢ ‘ilwayvs on the
Maurice Petsche (Moderate) at LONDON, July 11 made our pc 1 parte ! jective appreciation of the Fyrne not in Seoul at |tifled in the broadeast by Nort astern side of the country.
the Finance Ministry, or give ty sritain is budgeting to spend an} in thi atte 1 iy nomic prospects of region cou 1oment it fell to Northern for | Karean-controlled Seoul FAaGio & The worst fighting is at
to M. Rene Mayer (Radical) extra £3,000,000 this year on | well understo ( rie : be made available i ut « in ne of the ure . ag tain Ambrose H ee o Chungju 50 miles north east of
—Reuter. Western Union defence, a Govern- |!!! France—tl Mn LORD LISTOWEL possible furthe outh th ha nee be 52n rmy battalion 24th United Taejon and about 25 miles
ment white paper giving supple- |i advance tu | = apt i —Reuter state Vivision, The further to the north east
mentary civil estimates revealed “ nal authorit . a | ee ee This would be a_ formidat a - aid + © that of ny ent ae ‘ Here ( unists Fifth div
° r . | today nh ate! : ou ‘ 7 rye task which he feels the Develop ’ , rericy | stater nearls 000) wore in} ‘ t} South Korean
Malik Cancels Trip | “4s extea sam w said he regretted the tone of some] Wapyt Will Not |iven ann wenn I ULS.ARA ANTS | Eugiit denouncing the United | tan os val
t : § ‘as as needed for } ®@'c 4h : , 4 + nt an elfare rganisatic Wes l Al A , Kade '
hatte att I | constsattes or development of ep ee ai: th ints fe BPY UN night be asked to undertake a ‘ State ntervent in ith-easterly f
4 SUCCESS, July 11 military works — headquarters | Schuman an gurit , rar they can spare the time fre » ghti 1 barbarous ager ve Kade-r bout 9
_Mr Jacob Malik, Russia's top| communications and airfields 3 Reuter | Support : other dutic 20,000 MEN iction d git Americar ©}of the strategic ¢ { Tat
ered ean delegate, Coneelies | part of the plans of the Brussel s | CAIRO, July 11 Lord Listowel continuc WASHINGTON, July | lesert to t Commur I tr hic uld
us Sailing reservations on the! Treaty powers, it was stated ® S | J Spy foreig ointing out that the British Ge US § ct ‘ Reuter ) re &
cae Ste F . : \ ’ s é oc | he Egyptian Foreign Ministe:,|} iting ou tat the British G I , ele 5 @ on page &
Polish liner Batory which left here| Altogether, “supplementary _ es Police MASH |v. Gach BM bin Bey, told re’|ernment’s time to act will bel Agency toiay voce pew Bre ae
today. r. Ma ik was to have re- | Limate totalled £ 10,003,603 : porters today Egypt “fully con-|when the legislatures have cor turned to the Soviet Union on | nearly £2,500,000 extra—was re- ° urs” that aggression in Korea idered the S.C.A.( repor ur | arm oon as DC ble and
“home leave”. quired for the German secti , ecret adio i wat ageres: - S a2 | Dee Nee : ‘ e ‘ ° 1
Rai 4 ( r the German section of should be stopped, but had decided| expressed their view jlater than September 30 . » . ae P
neu Patcs the Foreign Office —Reuter ‘ | not to upport the United Nation Defence Department sai este K OvVI¢ ? S K ri ) py I many
St: tions j:esoiution to aid South Korea “be He considers it improbable that 20,000 conseript ? )
W t I s N | a , he suse she feels the United Nations }every recom: ‘i ) x” needed for the arm
ITWERP ' not acted as promptly in pat|accepted and says the S.C.A.C_ | earlic possible date” t > dkhZ ; ge °
es n 1es [ ee Se ANEW ER} Pap u ,| coses of aggression as in the pre-Jor an equally repre entative bor manpower need Major Gar S ) | I ion
Hen. pedpls eee iH Weoce 4 bent should = then be convened Lev Hershey, Director of Sel 9
e e pow ie > pet: radio ee rope He edded; “Egypt believes that! reconsider the proposed ° alt , tive Service estimater ci
anne migra 10n er ; i Meoust then eve % te ui a TeercumoP «Occur tions to the federal constitution] take his ageney 60 da BONN, July 11
Genied in court the . ar hould be stopped promptly.’ i de beat to’ ok | deli once draf The : ee { ) :
10u ¥. and do it 7 » obtair j ive! me iraftin 1 Vr cial Democratic Part men jun i
transmitting pr f Saleh El Din Bey said: “Egypl * 1 I t i ould f . 5 .
| al ss Y sé Dey I a gun } ie said it could fur Rees ae, Scania th. 7 s
(From Our Own Correspondent) against Leopold, | denounce both Communism and aN A Decisi as mar 300,000 men thir ( ae . au l tated that S " at rae en aM i. :
LONDON, July 11 | t ibvers | Tmperialism Egypt copsiders / ecision j antes $60,000 million a reparation from Germany since 1945
Barbadian Mr. C. W. W. Greenidye, ex-Chief Justice! ; er’! Western Imperialism as the cause Logs ea did od ' ieeniindhiiincana tis ‘ ! t cing ut
of British Honduras and Secretary of ‘ithe muse (a) Osh ee ate eae” Se failed”, concludes ‘Lord. Listows | > S A ri Milits : h of good “tom ¢
Society of Great Britain has stresse ; EUR BeAblai Poop with (Sommunish which: foment®iiae ghall have to decide whether| MA ARTHUR CHANGES pprove itary of goods taken fron
oO ; reat Sritain has stressed the grave problems] cas ‘ Reuter. P , hs ediniies | DEAT ENTENCES ‘ rent produc i i
of over-population in the West Indies, Mauritius, and other!‘ Hato ai 4 Rite ke thet a | EATH sf KY¢ iC 1 i [ ~ cA
parts of the British Commonwealth in a letter to the Times. | .° ; ees Grom ko Caribbear ( et Hep: Ger : Fad. aS Aid Bill In owe 6,000,000 000: Bonen one
as a a tr ( p ‘ } yene MacArthur to-da 3,000,000.06 , : ecupic
one es the news a : hs y altogether jut for the time being} muted death sentences on fe NASHINGTON. J erritoric t 6,000,000
ns bs an international conference ) the ball in the othe ourt” | se Army officers to life ' incsne POC cama nd pert to1
ai try earlier tt LONDON, July 11 1€ ball i Japanese Army officers to li fhe House of Representativ’ prope elonging to refuges
U.N. Fund For lhe held to study methods relieving Vy j ecu erna- Sir David Kelly, British Ambas- ; prisonmer vith hard labour Foreign Affairs Cor mit rth $16,200,000,000
Sa problems in Wes mn tient. coi pli arise | sador in Acie Dm ieday saw M Lord Listowe nade -| An Eighth iy Military ¢ ais : pproved The Soviet Union ha
. | Europe, @ writer says: “We a ae "> oy, st t f th Caribbean ntenced the offic ( aon ae ken fror nat
Backward Areas shout ets lose hh f hi » fact | Out of isiwe engths | Andrei Gromyko, Deputy Soviet}Mmonth tour ) € iribt had sentenced the offi ers, in ruman $1,222,500,000 Military en f Ge \ c
{ 7 . I bs t T ‘oreigr nister > and j area in 14’, and presided a ing venera amu YOKONAaN 3 c 2511 Car f j r ' $10,000,000,000
that. there are latte x cep | by cla Ten | Foreign Minister, in Moscow and 1as ‘” . 4 A at ; \ 1 | rokot \id Bill arrying i ' 0,000,¢
GENEVA, July 11. | : Te a ee one ' discussed the Korean situation|Conference of the British We Commander of Japanese Westen | i oupled South Korea triatior 1imed at t)
Ak people in other parts « . rp « f t
Mr. Sehnake, Chilein represen- Fein veers i ffais th fre eigt 15 days | with him, a Foreign Office spokes-§ Indian Governors in Barbados } Arn for beheading U.S mt ( erence he emor
tative on the United Nations Eco K nd the tinit —Reuter man stated to-night.—Reuter November office in 1946 —Reuter The Committee | ic
nomic and Social Council, stated Governments iret wnat ese ase Te ee rere oo P ecord- as fay the estat ri ecially e
at to-day’s Council mecting ere tn ne Sekt ae ee ent of a Pacific Pa i ‘id was. the
some form of “Marshall Aid” \ S|, ates Sniee aye th es North Atlantic Pa ) e| ousands of G .
necessary for economic expansion



| should

in underdeveloped areas | ence

Schnake





declared he did not a= iidey
mean actual Marshall Aid should .
be extended to these 5 - oO i
but some form of | Two Sign Trade



eapital could be +
the Governme



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: * erate Panne I! problems between the on- | "As
the best solutions to th | tries Lucien > Pla
he said, “Foreign cz hould | >d for prov
be used to promote formatio: (iN » Am
national capital | Pleninotentiary \strih
—Reuter. Mexico —Reuter ti-I

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BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

JULY 1950

12,

WEDNESDAY,








TT 5 AAR ae AER RRR ee)
| B.B.C. Radio P
e e | B.B.C. Radio Programme
} WEDNESDAY, JULY 12%, 1950
7 a.m. The News; 7.10 a.m. News
i 7.15 an Jane. Eyre 7132
' Tom Jerkins Trio; 7.45 a.m
Generally Speaking; 8 a.m. From the
* — > nm» . Fditorials; 8.10 a Programme Pa‘ hde,
IR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.M.G August Holidays | 15 a.m. Work and Worship; 8.30 a.m
Head of Development an BBC Welsh Orchestra; 9 a.m. Close
Welfare in the West Indies and ITH the August holidays] | D< wn; 12 noon The News; 12.10 p.m
Britis! C Chairr f th . Pip ee ral ' Ne Analysis; 12.15 p.m. Musie for
mer ee , Soon approaching = Dencing; 1 p.m. Mid Week Talk; 1,15
Caribbean Commission left t people have already moved d wat p Radio Newsreel: 1.30 p.m, The
terday morning for Domir Bathsineba, while otners have World of mevenaat: 2 p.m The Was;
: si i . noke ext c 2.10 p.m ome News fron itain
B.G. AirWays. h yuses booked for next m nth }2.15 p.m. Sports Review; 2.30 p.m
Sir Gefrge who recently atten- Families, especially those with Pavilion Players; 2.45 p.m. The Skid
ded a njeeting of the Caribbean several children make August “a Kid; 3 Dem BBC Scottish Orchestra
Commiss#ton. in Martinique wi'l »e must month” to be at Bathsheba ea Tu ag me
8 ca for one week ; aes an the neigh | Hotel *b pm. Acdondatn * Gtaniode: z egen SET * acon
offic Asiness . buuring islands will, of course, be 5.15 p.m. Programme Parade; 5.30 p.m rt traces the noise to a cup- whatevers the matter: claim
Fath as returning home, but August is | Light Orchestral Music; 5.55 p.m Rupert h ! ns the door. the little bear. “You've got what
ather an on sieo. the *raontis. when we gut | Bestane vs. Australia; 6 p.m. Jane toard, and he gently opens ‘ - You wanted. haven't you? You're
cD Ss NE | 5 * ivre; 6.15 no Pleas " j
aes Soe and tis many Trinidad, B.G., and other ea0 P on etkeee aie ‘Domne Inside, to his astonishment, he sees i) 4 palace and you belong to a
son Rupert arrived from W.1. visitors. This year we hope 7 p.m. The News; 7.10 p.m. News dolls of all shapes and sizes piled princess!" ‘* Yes, sobs Miranda,
rinidad yesterday morning | will be no exception, Analysis; 7.15—7.30 p.m. Cricket Report high on every shelf, and in ene ** bur she got tired of me within an
Sere at. Seine is Here fe be: i a ae . Peet corner is Miranda rocking too and hour. Oh, dear, I'd never thought
about two weeks’ ¢holiday but Returned From U.K. Moody, ton Heesennes mccain 4 Doe fro and moaning. ‘Good gracious, of that happening.
Rupert will only be staying for Radio Newsreel; 8.18 p.m. Mid Week
about ten days Talk; 8.30 p.m. International Eisted- eS.
Mr. Stone is with the Port-of- fodd; 845 p.m. Interlude; 8.55 p.m.| — —— ins

Spain Corporation Blectric Board

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From the Editorials; 9 p.m. Music from

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Rupert who is with Schlumber- Pine stock; 10 p.m. The News; 10.10 p.m
*s “aracas has turned Pe pst Interlude; 10.15 p.m. Here Howard;
ee a on “eg nas "it pir me ; three months’ holiday in the Unit- 10.45 p.m. Stock-taking; 11 p.m. From Wed. & Thurs —5 & 8.30 p.m x
Mexi s. two ey eee ee ed Kingdom on Monday by the | the Third Programme %
a me iter wae c “Cottica.” They were visiting | WARNER'S THRILL DOUBLE |
-, in . c yetor.

coming here.

They are both staying at
Rockley.

Mr. Stone has a daughter. at the
Convent here

Something New!

Acera

friends in Edinburgh and also
spent some of the time in London

Sunken Treasure

F A LARGE part of Hitler’s
treasure wound up in a



UNUSUAL in the days of short-hair styles and fancy cuts are
fashion.

these shoulder-length
thinks a four-string pearl

challenges to

neck-lace is

the

Sally
proper

Patricia Wayne (below) prefers it two-string style.

Ann Howes
thing, but



Ronald REAGAN—Shirley TEMPLE in

“THAT HAGEN GIRL”~

also John WAYNE and “DUKE” the Miracle pees in
“*MAUNTED GOLD

BOOM IN BELLS

| MORADABAD.

| Bells in all sizes, from dinner
gongs to church bells, are being
turned out here to meet a grow-

| ing United States demand, Mora-

Friday 4th “FIGHTER SQUADRON” (Technicolor) Exciting

$664



UNDERSTAND that in the crashed submarine in waters oft |dabad bells are among the world’s| °** 9996GG9GG96666 POOVOOOCSSOOSEES
Bridgetown Players’ next Jamaica—that possibility will be | best and foundries are working

production, they will be introduc -
ing a new feature to the Theatre,
something which is at ‘present
very popular in America







thoroughly explored in a movie to
be made in Jamaica, “Sunken
Treasure.”

Robert Preston will star in this

Holiday

G. M. KING and Mrs.
M. Arthur of “Leland,”
Hill, returned from their



A Second Look

NORFOLK, England
Everyone took a second look

















overtime to fill orders. —(CP)





GAINETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES













, ; ar, ye ; r THURSDAY 8.30 p.m
Piayers, instead of coming onto thriller about a sea captain turned] “he? in ee ee —— STEAMER HOTEL WARNER'S EXCITING DOUBLE BILL | és o
the ‘stage from the “Wings ‘will diver, who finds the treasure and] UP, 2! Roval Norfolk agriculture! | EDINBURGH. “| BECAME A CRIMINAL
walk down the aisles, up the steps ue the ioot as evilly as Hitler pas , . — A steamship will be a floating with Trevor HOWARD—Sally GRAY and
and onto the stage . | hotel for 100 members of a Danish eeu” 7 1a J > 2
How it will go over in Barba- : There’ . ) : Margaret wore aq pink silk orchestra scheduled to play at VALLEY of the GIANTS
dos remains to be seen, but it cer- SIR GEORGE SEEL, K.C.MG., ere’s quite a story back of this! dress featuring a spectacular the Edinburgh Festival | this Wayne MORRIS—Claire TREVOR—Alan HALE
tainly seems to be a novel idea left yesterday morning for Project: “Sunken Treasure” will! heart-shaped bodice. Tne curved | August. —(CP) Friday, Saturday, Sunday —g.30 p.m. Matinee Sunday 5 p.m
Tom McGee is again in charge Dominica by B.G. Airways, be the first of 12 films producedl neckline continued in sweeping ; WARNER'S HIT JOHN GARFIELD in “DUST BE MY DESTINY
of directing the new play. He is pictured here on his way ee ae under a meveenie ares down the elbow-lengthed
Left B Gascogne to the aircraft year bag usive franchise granted | winged sleeves —— =
y j Tee to Jack Berman, hoth executives Topped by this her ensemble ROYAL (Worthings)
7. aaa nek Trinidadians on Holiday of the Kingswood Film Company Mb a hat shaped like a viking
‘a . . 2 Tet: cath ISS ELSIE LUMSDEN $ar- Talent spotting ia London is | 2e!met, made of white straw, To-day & To-morrow 4.30 f 1) UN ami
Sent Gap teroone. eee rived from Trinidad on Mon- a Lester Cutler, executive of | With wings on each side E e & 8.30 \ af ae
land. Rev. Coldman will also be day morning to spend her two oe ae ri Company in oe ‘Action Packed Double ‘ \ it { wh 1
leaving Barbados shortly. He weeks annual leave with Mr, #amaica. He 1s ere to sign UD > SESS George Raft in - - - : : GAN ee
leaves for Jamaica on Friday to @2d Mrs. David Hutchinson who @n English actress to play the
take up_a temporary appointment are at present at Bathsheba on female lead opposite Robert arose AQUATIC CLUD CINEMA (Members Only) “INTRIGUE”
there. He will then join Mrs. holiday, Miss Lumsden will be ton in “Sunken Treasure.” Does ; and
Coldman in England. staying with them down there. Hien take have any idea who the MATINEE; TO-DAY at 5 p.m William Boyd as Hopalong
Corona Club _, Also arriving on Monday from full y lady will eh oa have , TO-NIGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT at 8.30 Cassidy
NETH W. BLACK- Trinidad were Miss Cyriline an conat ahead Of us, anc The Clown Princess of Screen and Radio ! : in 1
R, KENNE t —~ Philip who is here for about one We shall consider every actres JOAN DAVIS THE MARAUDERS

BURNE, newly-cppointed
Governor of the Leeward Islands
in succession to Lord Baldwin,
was at the annual Colonial Ser-
vice dinner held in London last
week. The Colonial Secretary was
adn the chair and those present
included Lord Milverton and Mr
John Dugdale, Minister of State
for Colonial Affairs. Mr, Black-
burne has just relinquished his
duties as Director of Information
at the Colonial Office, and is now
turning his attention to his new
post. He is not expected to come

Pe : “ he has spent much of his time in wide a market as possible for “AR ‘A & at |
Soreties Leewards, though, till th Balkans, and is soon to visit our films.” Chedunetners pe aa AERICA BCREAGE
L kv B k Greece again. He says the island progress at the moment, but until To Nite at 8.30
ucky brea he liked best in the West Indies everything is signed and sealed Madam O’LINDY &
RINIDAD ACTOR FRANK was Grenada. “Traveller's Tree’ Mr. Cutler is not prepared to}

SINGUINEAU has just had

in

a lucky break. He is playing in photographs, ° “ “CARACAS NIGHT” ‘Tell nie
Noel Coward’s new show “Ace With British Embassy On Long Leave i

of Spades”, which began at the

Cambridge theatre in London last
week, Recently he has had parts
in “Beaux Strategem” and “Deep



month, and Miss Norma Finning
from Port-of-Spain, who plans to
spend her leave at “Super Mare”
Guest House, Worthing.

Travellers Tales
= RAVELLER’S TREE”, a book

of travels through the Carib-
bean and Central America, is
shortly to be published in London
by John Murray’s, Author is 35-
year-old Patrick Leigh-Fermor,
D.S.0., O.B.E. A member of
the Traveller’s Club in London,

is illustrated with some very good

ISS DOREEN PAYNE, daugh-
ter of Mrs. G. D. Payne,
of Pine Road, who arrived here on

for every picture’, he said last
week, Margaret Lockwood, fin
Todd and Jean Simmons are
some of the top British actresses,
but rumour has it that Hazel
Court, one of the youngest and
prettiest of the J. Arthur Rank
stars, will get the part.

Mr. Cutler, also said that part
two of his mission: is seeking dis-
tribution agents in England for
Kingswood Films. “We are going
to make a real 4

he said, “and we want to get as

announce the name of his agents.

R. B. BARTON, Assistant
Colonial Secretary, Mrs. Bar-



success of this,”

in “HE’S MY GUY”

with DICK FORAN, IRENE

A Universal




















|

HERVEY,

Picture

FUZZY KNIGHT





TO-DAY & TO-MORROW
5 & 8.30 P.M.











FRIDAY NITE at 8.30
Madam O’LINDY &
TROUPE

im
“CARACAS NIGHT”

UMPIRE

To-day 4.45 p.m.
Thursday 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.





United Artist
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello
in



TROUPE






ROXY

To-day & To-morrow 4.30

doctor ..

Gregory Peck, —

: June 22nd to spend a holiday with ton and their two children were . . :
ee NOt Nee Some tWO her mother and relatives, left yes- among the passengers leaving M-G-M- Big Double Caw'an autishprte help ta Bidling ?
Freak ee the provinces. terday for Puerto Rico by B.W.I.A, Barbados on Monday by the Gas- Wallace Beery, Tom Drake

ank is in his late thirties. He jntransit to the U.S., where she Cogne en route to England on in ‘ounds heal of their own accord when they are kept free

went to England in 1946, and has je with the British Embassy in noliday. Mr. Barton is on six fi o fib ah es
been there ever since. Washington. months’ long leave. “THIS MAN’S NAVY” rom the geris tha: cauce septic infection. To keep
and 7 j > - " . Sas : caitinc . . ‘i
io INCA. at: Oe DEGIRIONE wounds in the neatthy condition tor healing, surgeons
BY With have for years relied upon ‘Detiol’. This ruthless des-

By BEACHCOMBER






Greer Garon troyer of gerras is ne 1-poisoneus, gentle and safe on

os oe Moreen, The amazing Dr. Rhubarb heard ot Threadgold's Thoroeue oe mye ae While it disinfects the wound, ‘Dettol’
é ychologist, 1 ; ach. ai jarterette till you saw the flag OLYMPIC aves the living tissues Jomace ‘ :

; ; ; CLIENT yr. be asks artere ill you saw the flag on eaves the living tissues undam

wrote his eight-volume treatise a OF ake REUBEN: Bes their building. Did it make you PATRIC KNOWLES e iat maged to continue the

on the secret thoughts of worms,
and came to no conclusions at all
at the end of the task, the sub-

whether this amazing soul-
doctor really deals, in person,
with all the questions he is asked



buy a pair?

Mr. Howlem: Can't seem to









WILLIAM GARGAN
Louise ALLBRITTON





To-day 4.45 & 8.15 p.m.

natural processes of safe and rapid repair.
Thursday 4.45 Only

Gui wie A apt e ‘. keep me socks up. Suss-penders Final Inst. Republic Serial

; ao Certainly. He has a ste f 3,000 I I uss-pender

ject has been neglected 5 - aie dassity? Ji raag Ale his LUrst on me, String ‘urts. Elas- Jerome Cowan William Bendix “DICK TRACY RETURNS” ‘Ss Ee * ’
comets et eee ee correspondence, ‘and he gives his feih, — burst on me, like me Mary Wickes Don Portes With ”

SEM worms en aie Sh personal attention to every prob- ‘ha a SrOre et Blése i as Thomas Gomez Ludwig Stossel Ralph Byrd, David Sharpe, THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
They are in a sole Ohe Goto * lem however trivial it may seem. th aay peatey 2, nee answer Lee Forde

Folie aS 8 : OX CON- 471. prestige has reached such a the question, Did that flag influ-

and the

necessary
fadget to administer

an electric

peak that many people even con-

ence your sock-life?






Screen Play, Stanley Roberts + Edmund Joseph «



John Grant










Thursday Nite at 8.30

. : i } Mr. Howlem: It made me_ try Origine! Story, Stanley Roberts “CARACAS NIGHT”
ult } before boiling an egg as ee ' ape a i c i ?
shock with a separate route lead- Aa Ste a ead ae Ay 1 ante tuckin’ in the tops, but the ’ole Directed by ERLE C. ae Scavenbal enemas ALEX GOTTLIEB
oun =... a re 4 _ ‘Everything is psychological.” er fell down again, 7
path it til ae By ay = - ssid Rhubarb yesterday, “And t . napdriver: You saw the flag
think. If they saat sttniant ed the analysis of every thought and pee BA didn’t buy the garter-
7 , a setae petion is essential to success in C'S:
the electric shock, it will prove \“ Mr. Howlem: If y ‘ad fallen
, it life.” A : you ’ad faller
that they don’t think. On the . ; socks, and then burst yer braces
) c ; / aks ; has tor Socks, anc ourst yer brace:
ee, ong a will ae _- pynat. ds be a docto! Revo ote to el up, so as
y etc, etc., etc. Any worm who . you ‘ad one ‘and for the socks
ran i ; Myself: Subli logy, Mum- - ;
pe the bo Aen shor Ik for six , it - ‘o rs aha TAteiirtistics and t’other to ‘old up yer trousers,
S$ on end, in preference io a you wouldn’t be

meal of earth, is either a thought-

less little rascal, or one with a

perverse taste for electric shocks,
or i _ » wer

We
ef hu

Plat:






Gelling Nowhere
Cocklegarrot; Mr. Howlem, you
have said that you had

ey

never

gapin’' at no
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Two-Party
Merger In
Poland

LONDON, July 10
The Polish Democratic and La-
gro¢/ps merged yesterday

bour

ac-



col g to a press message fro
Warsaw received in London to-
night. There was on this occasion

none of the widespread publicity
that attended the fusion between
the Polish Socialists and Commu-
nists in December 1948 to form the
Communist dominated Polish
United Workers Party or last year’s
combination of the three Peasant
Party Groups.

The Kurier, organ of the Demo-

cratic Party—usually regarded
here as representing the intelli-
gentsia among the Communists—

—ah da plain front page statement
that the merger had taken place

The Labour Party loses its sep-
arate identity and there will be no
change in the party officials con-
trolling the Democrats

Political observers in Warsaw,
the message added, believed yes-
terday’s step was just éne more
along the read to single party
domination in Poland, expected
before the next General Elections
due in 1951.



Britain, Yemen
Hold Talks

LONDON, July 10.

Britain and Yemen will discuss
all outstanding mutual problems,
including frontier delimination
and the establishment of diplo-
matic relations at talks in London
beginning on August 28, it was
announced by the Governor of
Aden, Sir Reginald Stuart Cham-
pion today.

Among matters due for consid-
eration is the ineident of Naze
Marqud, last August when Royal
Air Force planes bombed a
Yemen fort in the Shabja district
which is claimed by Britain to lie
within the Aden Protectorate and
by the Yemen to be Yemen's ter-
ritory.

The agenda for the discussions
also lists “the manner of the de-
termination of the status quo fron-
tier as it existed at the time of
the Anglo-Yemen Treaty of 1934

—Reuter.



Virtue’s Reward

PENSAX, ENGLAND
Albert Smith toiled for
to make his farm a

Farmer
five years
success.

It should have been a happy
day when he received a letter
from the Ministry of Agriculture
acknowledging his work and
granting his “Grade A” certificate
--..except that he also received
a letter from the Ministry of
Works informing him that his
farmland was to be torn up for
open cast coalfields.—ILN.S.



Reach Agreement
In Tin Negotiations

WASHINGTON, July 10.
The Reconstruction Finance
Corporation negotiations had

reached an agreement on term:
with Bolivian negotiators for the
purchase of around half of
Bolivia’s: tin output, R.P.C officials

said today
They stressed that the negotia-
tors agreement, now being drafted
into contract form by attorneys,
must be ratified by R.F.C. Directors
end the Bolivian tin interests be-
fore a contract could be signed.




The negotiations, long under
way since the previous contract
expired December 31, 1949, ap-

parently were spurred by the out-

break of fighting in Korea and

the recent recovery in tin prices
—Reuter.



JULY 12, 1950

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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U.S. Using

Pressure
On Greece

PRAGUE, July 11.

The Greek Communist party
has alleged that, coinciding with
United States “intervention” in
Korea, the American Imperialists
consider that the moment has
come for actibn in the Balkans,”
according to Ceteca, official Czech
News Agency,

The Politbureau of the Greek
Communist party made the fol-
lowing statement in a broadcast
by Free Greek Radio.

“The United States is exercis-
ing permanent pressure on Greece
to compel her to carry out direct
military action in the Balkans

“Provocations against Albania
and Bulgaria continue The
imaginary threat by Albania to

Greece is alleged to prepare the
ground for direct military action
against the Albanian People’s
Republic which the Americans
have chosen as their first Euro-
pean victim because they consider
her to be intolerable”.

—Reuter.



Oil Company
Makes Transfer
Of Assets

TORONTO, July 10.
International Petroleum Com-
pany, Limited announced today
that it had transferred the market-
ing assets of its Colombian affili-
ate, Tropical Oil Company to a
newly formed company, Esso
Colombiana’s, which would mar-
ket and _ distribute petroleum

products throughout Colombia.

Currency exchange control
authorities under the Colombian
Minister of Finance, Dr. Hernan
Jaramillo Ocampo had made the
new marketing arrangements pos-
sible, International Petroleum
said, by providing that the mar-
keting assets sso Colombiana
should be registered as an imported
foreign capital.

As a result dividends earned by
the new company were subject to
remittance to foreign shareholders.

—Reuter.

Just So

LONDON
Seeing is belieying, so official
Britain has turned thumbs down
on the possible existence of “fly-
ing saucers.”



The inter-services Aircraft rec-
ognition Journal of the British
Air Ministry said

that in Britain

thousands of
very few

reported

“It is significant
where there are
trained observers,
‘saucers’ have been

‘No Royal Observer has sight-
ed, much less reported one, and
until they do, we think that
everyone may rest assured that
the flying saucers, celestial or su-
pernatural, do not exist.”

-LN.S.

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Cpl. Jones
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Alert

NABS THREE MORE
same etme

were yesterday

motorists for
exceeding the speed limit. The
cases were all brought by Cpl

Jones of the Traffic Branch..

The heaviest fine which wag £4
was imposed on William Robert-
son of Hastings for speeding with
the car X—1121 at the rate of
32 1/7 mp.h. on Bay Street,
which is a highway on June 17.
The speed limit for this area is
20 m.p.h.

John Marshall of Brighton,
Black Rock was also ordered to
pay £3 with a shilling cost, for
exceeding the speed limit along
Black Rock Road with a motor
van M—2254 on June 15. The
speed of the van was 32 1/7
m.p-h., while the limit in this
area is 20 m.p.h.

For exceeding the speed limit
aiong Constitution Road, with a
motor lorry on June 17, Marcus
Morris of Bank Hall was fined
£3 with 2/- cost to be paid
in monthly instalments, when he
appeared before Magistrate G. B.
Griffith who had also fined the
other motorists. The speed of
the lorry was 20 m.p.h., whereas
15 m.p.h. is the limit for this
road. Morris appealed.

Too Tough
For Webb

LONDON

Even Food Minister Maurice
Webb has found the British meat
ration too tough to eat.

A deputation of butchers called
on the Minister and complained
about the poor quality ewe mut-
ton supplied to the shops during
the past few months.

Webb told the butchers he had
mutton delivered to his weekly
ration but found it too tough....
he could not get his teeth into it
and had to send it away.



—LNS.

Unclaimed Bread

LONDON

A 224-year-old legacy which
bequeathed two loaves of bread a
week to “the poor” of the village
of Saint Mary Cray, Kent County,
England, remains unclaimed. No-
body wants the bread.

The gift was left in the will of
Valentine Sparrow, of St. Mary
Cray, who died in 1726 and is
buried in the chancel of the parish
church,

He bequeathed 14 cents weekly
“to the poor in bread.”

Other bequests in Sparrow’s
will of $2.94 to the vicar, $1.48 to
the parish clerk and $5.60 to the
churchwardens for looking after
his monument, are still carried
out annually.—LN.S,

MORE BULLETS.
LONDON.
Farmers in Britain are ap-
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take the purchase tax off cart-
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Soviets Again
Hold Up
Traffic

IN BERLIN

: BERLIN July 11
Russia has released 16 West

German postal railway waggons
which were confiscated on Sunday
night, but is still holding six
Twelve of 16 reached Berlin this
morning and the other four were
sent to Hanover in the British
Zone. West Berlin postal spokes-
man disclosing this said 318 par-
cels were seized and some others
damaged when the waggons were
detained at the frontier check-
point at Marienborn in the Soviet
Zone, 100 miles west of Berlin.

Another West German postal
train also arrived here this movn-
ing. It included six mail waggons
which had passed Marienborn
without being checked

It was stated last night that if
Sunday’s waggons were not
released by today, this would be
regarded as evidence that Rus-
sians again intended to interfere
with rail traffic crossing the
Soviet Zone between West Ger-
many and Berlin.

The Western Allies were
believed to be prepared to make
a strong protest against the con-
tinued holdup.

Soviet Officers at Marienbor:
who blocked waggons were the
seme whose interference with in-
terzonal trains once before paved
the way for the blockade of Berlin
in June 1948. These officers had
been absent from Marienborn for
more than a year.

—Keuter



REBUILD BOMBED AREAS

LONDON.
Provincial cities and towns in
Britain are to be allocated
$12,000,000 next year for re-

building bombed areas, This will
be spent almost entirely for
reconstructing business centres
devastated by air raids,



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. reported that after a few days
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TRANSPORT

THE entire travelling public led by the

Commissioner of Police and

the Department of Highways and Trans-
port have been endeavouring to give the
fullest co-operation in the effort to bring
the best results from the new traffic regu-

lations. But there is public

the concessionaires and the inspectors who
. travel on the routes could do more to see
that the regulations are properly carried

out.

The activities of the Police in seeing to
it that the regulations dealing with the
overloading of "buses are strictly obeyed
have brought much desired comfort to
those who are compelled to travel by the

*buses.
travel in one seat.
ber to 27 passengers on a ’bus

which have been recently constructed to

carry 31.

It has brought slight inconvenience to
those who cannot get seats when once the
*bus is filled to capacity. In many instances
the concessionaires have not put extra

*buses on the route even at th
between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. a
tween 3.30 p.m. and 5 p.m.

and other city workers are travelling to

and from work and breakfast

This situation is even aggra

fact that inspectors and owners of these

*buses sometimes travel the

occupying a seat which might have been

available to some passenger.

accommodation is insufficient and to re-
duce the number of seats even by one is to
bring a sense of frustration to those who
have no other means of travel.

It ought to be an easy matter to travel
part of the distance to check the number of
passengers on the out going trip and then

to await the incoming ’bus to
central terminus.

pected moments but for an
inspector to travel the ent

check the 27 passengers is to defeat the
object of the regulation and to add to the
inconvenience which the travelling public

is now experiencing.

The entire transport syst

policy of granting concessions is for the
benefit of the public and not the conces-

sionaires or the members o

The system of ’bus transport as was pointed

out in the House of Assembly

nothing less than a monopoly system; and
those to whom concessions have been

granted ought to realise that

carries with it a responsibility to cater effi-
ciently to the needs of the travelling public

on that particular route. To

standing in the street or to prevent them

from catching ‘buses on
merely because an owner or

is desirous of remaining in a seat which an

intended passenger wanted is
object of the system.

A week ago the question was raised in

the House of Assembly as t

was not the duty of the Government to

investigate the seriousness of

in which several school children from St.

Philip had been left on t

Bridgetown in the afternoon when they



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that which is done at irregular and unex-

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fortunate

“A Notts,

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1950

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and arms from Russia is supplying North Korea's war
machinery. Pauley, a Los Angeles oil man, bases his

observations on findings when he and a team of experts | fone T ‘ eeTS
toured Soviet-occupied North Korea in 1946, Tins DUTCH BEETS

hy EDWIN W. PAULEY | Tins DUTCH APPLE
SAUCE

Now

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Frank “ghadlock wok ene greatest batsman o1 all time, is “Piger (Pink) 4 ‘ * We were misinformed. We visited Pyongy- WHITE LAVATORY SEATS }
Somersetshire wickets in four conamemnaratgcl itz a Compas oe os #8no Jang, Kyompio’o, Chinnampo, Sunchon, Sinu- BASINS—22 ins. x 16 ins. & 25 ins. x 16 ins. }
consecutive balls, at Trent China plate, which was designed «peter (Gray) 1 iju, Y Ww d , vith or without Pedestals)
Bridge, on June 3, 1893 to quark ine: Doctor's success. i UF Dunas (brown) .. 3 Wy Tongempo, Baw Hewes SINGLE and‘DOUBLE DRAIN BOARDS and SINKS
, , * w > jes a t t , : : ‘ é i
wane 8 sere 3 es aan eraieate ae 2 We inspected substantially all of the indus- =
One nents history: pevition the years 1865 and 1895. In the “Exiras pete. tries in these areas which included iron and SINGLE ALUMINUM DRAINBOARDS
is one dating from 1,800. It is centte of the plate there is 8 por nota) je -«s3 for 4 | Steel, metal working, chemical, power, mines, ALUMINUM SINKS—24 ins, x 16 ins. & 30 ins. x 18 ins,
t » inches 1 hi tho: ; , , — wkts. Ne ‘ :
i) Se gonna oc on a radiate one hundred bats, upon ‘The Commercial Club totalled mills and smelters, textiles, and pulp, paper GALVANISE SINKS
¢ P which his figures are inscribed. 9) and 372 i it appears that}and food
butt of a musket. Another bat ‘ and $i4 and it appears wat/ and food,
i , Dated 1800, there is also on these they might have overwhelmingly . : PORCELAIN SINKS
which impressed me was oN€ hallowed walls an amusing “New Pi te at *| Most of these industries we found were
ft =o ; B W defeated their Australian oppo COPPER PIPE ; ;, % ins. 34 ins., 114 ins., a
made from an ancient oak pine, Song of the Cricket Match.” This rents had they declared at a ju- Pe Ricca RR ilar i i Pe cgalae 2 Mate



























across the river
just outside
claimed that
which this bat
under water

years.

except a few

tree, which still
square

of North”, as he
is also on view,

trait graces the
George Parr

e peak hours
nd again be-

when clerks

until 1869. His

vated by the

entire route

Already the

return to the realize. That

State Secretary
chief of

police.

owner or an
ire route to

in Europe. A

attacks Bolshev

tion forces, he
News Service

em and the wants to

once part of the famous bridge

the ground.
the

for
Like George Parr's far-famed

leg boundary,
river, and into which “The Lion

wont to hit many sixes
day, one of George Parr's bats

(1826—91)
ained Nottinghamshire from 1856

us of how cricket fashions have
changed. Beneath his topper he

The sickle that
reap Austria into Russia’s Europ-
ean basket is a grave threat that
few free people of the world
is
warning of a government official
in an unique position to

Australia’s

Graf is considered one of the
most fearless and outspoken men

Conservative People’s Party, who
very noses of Russian occupa-
in this article for International

remain
consider and combat the danger

p s© concerns a
Trent, which is

It is
wood from
was made was
a thousand

records,
Worksop,

for it

guineas

stands on the @
near the ciety XI.”
quaintly as:

of Nottingham,

The

was called, was
in his

while his por-
pavilion wall. ;
capt- followin

picture reminds Reotasod,



AUSTRIA

VIENNA
is poised to

By State

racies like

the blunt (Note:
know—
Ferdinand Graf,

security

election).

subjected to

member of the
degree,
ism under the
Austria _ still
makes it clear
Austria
it must

that if

free,

masters in

at every turn. He tells, first- ital of
hand, how the Communists
f their staff. operate. how difficult it
It would be a great mistake

last week, is

jected to

i i ‘ Austria is the only country of

scarcely known to the people of the Austrian industry is under 3 3

this privil the free world. Soviet control and that these of — ~ pore ee are MANILA.

is privilege It is the only country in Eu- industrial enterprises pay only @ ain i Uri st eat daylight| The Communist bamboo curtain is closing faster : : .

rope—indeed, of the entire the taxes they want or no taxes on While aia Brcameensnins Party ib and faster on Democracy in South East Asia. in attractive materials
world—which has not succumbed at all? Vienna is so unimportant, with} Deep concern for the final showdown between the
to the choking grip of a There can be no doubt that y+. cal . :| “little d Sate B

leave people “People’s Democracy” although world Bolshevism expects to es iin ~< ouppeaien e emocracies’ and a half dozen Communist d |
troop units of the Red Army are reach the goal which it can £08 tees it ts the hadpog au oe rebel movements in Southern Asia is being ex- an colours now
on. its soil. never reach by free democra- Avstria which aeiess any nupoet pressed openly in Manila diplomatic circles.

other routes
his inspector

ministrating
to defeat the

that gives
opportunities

revolution.”

against the Turks, Austria is again|the table methods to destro. methi s _
It is almost a miracle that come. - at a stage where the issue of free-| and unstrengthened over a arlile Bees ages ° ot SIMPSONS
% arhethex at Austria has immunized itself | In the question of punishable dom and of the Occident is to be} Other diplomatic official l ‘4 f : i ‘ D
against Bolshevism in compari- Nazis, the Communists demanded, defended in the most difficult] _, officials only one hour and thirty Da COSTA & Co Ltd.
EL, the eieet nace ae beyond justified punishment, a way.—LN.S. minutes drive from the Philippine’s Communist raid “2

the situation

he streets of

had already paid in advance for their

monthly transport.

Now the same complaint is
City.

The stystem of concession

Z oo
duced in order to prevent unregulated com-

petition which brought
lie.
own form of transport.

of the travelling public as a

Our Readers Say:

Stop Communism

The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—Please allow me space to
say that something should be
done to stop the pace of Commu-
nism, which seems to exist every-
where, and an effort to better con-
ditions before too late, More unity
and sympathy is needed, in place
of greed for power. How can we
become workers against Commu-
nism? Let us try first by being
sympathetic to the sufferings of
others, ready to help, and also to
lead those who’ are would-be,
Communists, to enter the right
channel for preservation of peace,
and value of life. |
VOLUNTEER

chaos
satisfying the needs of the travelling pub-
Private organisations such as Cable
& Wireless and certain schools have their
Could this decen-
tralisation not be extended for the benefit

It was even held that
any concessionaire who allowed this might
have broken the contractual obligation.

Psychiatrists

without brain,

to underestimate

world Bolshevism in Austria.
This borderland nation is sub-

dangers

On the other hand, it also has
the only freely-elected govern-
ment in the world which is ad-
areas that
cupied by Soviet divisions, a fact
Bolshevism

to
directly or indirectly, a “people's



America have emerged from their

the power of

that are

tic elections in

der, via.,

are oc- shaking the

many social security.

bring about,

match which must
surely be unique in English cricket

Nottinghamshire,
November 3, 4, and 5, 1800. The
contestants for the two hundred
prize-moncy
“Sheffield Society XXII" (22) and
a “Nottingham or Sherwood So-

“Majority in favour
133 runs.”
the ‘poet’—obviously a Notting-
ham supporter!— gets to work on
a longish jingle,
triumphant spirit of which are the
lines:—

“Now Sheffield home they do return
Unto their wives and children,

Their folly there to mourn
lNghthearted,

Laurels green may wear.”

Even the expert radio commen-

FERDINAND GRAF
Chief of Austrian Security Forces.
Communists find in free democ-
Italy
Austrian
have never polled more than
per cent of the vote in a national

This immunity against Bolshev-
ism however, must not give rise
to careless optimism. Austria

power policy to a very speciai
Let me explain further:

the price and the date for which
and when they will
their
World Bolshevism
intentionally tries to make capi-
this lack of security.

Does the United States know

balance its budget as long as the
financial measures of the
try are subjected to the sabotage
of one of the occupation powers.
as long as a high percentage of

a ‘People’s Democratic” surren-
economic measures by
confidence
stable economic

The less supporters Communism
has in Austria, the more limitless
the means available to them be-

dicious moment
not do so is not
of this strange
of which reads
leg-pull!

The Trent Br
founded on

was played at
on

were a

result is given
as “The
shire Cricket.”
of the “Old Tr

skippered the

Then

typical of the

started and ca

to raise the

cricket.



wears a beard and a heavy black tators sometimes have difficulty in used to make many runs on the dinner, Bal eur SAUSAGE «0... eee eles eee eee, Per lb, 1.05
moustache, a black bow-tie, tight distinguishing the dark faces of ground he founded beside his old] His words pledged friendship. Today, we Ta OATS eee escent eee e es oo» 16
white trousers and black boots! the West Indians. This difficulty int on the bank of the Trent—a]|, : : ‘ : OOSE TEA 1.0.6.5 .see se seee eee e eee eees ” 1.00
‘ If asccee : a like Leary was overcome by members of the ground which he sold to the] 2?& fighting the Communist aggressors from Sey: ear em ata o-00 2 854g ah git 15
onstantine of a later generation, first Australian side to visit Eng- county in 1847. His strong, hos- , i r . Stes et tiga £0 48 Pt ete e ee ae teen nee oy 38
was known for his aggression at land, by their wearing distinctive pitable face, clean hina. save me ver aot ene this pledge wae:mase. CHIVERS COFFEE ESSENCE ............... » bot. -68
the wicket, so was Alletson. In a colours. for side whiskers, still gazes down General Chistiakov said: (in a prepared CANNED APPLES (Sliced) . » tin 44
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LR 1 REE Nd Re Soviet peoples, strengthened on the battle-|\} DUTCH APPLE SAUCE es Rea aues 7» ae

Secretary

and France.
Communists
=

ray

dance with law
At the same

agents, which

form, which is
is

Communist had

the hood they
their collection
the Communist

does not know
again be
own house.
in Austria
gain what they
As persistent

Austria are ag
propaganda, the

is for Austria to
coun-

like none other

Austria; namely,

C It would be
in a one to remain
development and

democracy is

As in



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They make more 3
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Britam, where

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May
William Clarke (
has justly gone down into History
Father
Clarke the owner

nineteen years from 1835. He also

England XI, in 1846, and did much
level

The present visitors from the
Caribbean will be able to handle
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senseless campaign of hatred and
revenge depriving them of the
minimum necessary to live. They
ealled anybody a Nazi who inter-
ceded for punishment in accor-

munists have a bureau with many
with the support of the Comin-
over the very Nazis whose liveli-

The same shamelessness marks

which they believe they are able
to threaten the Austrian people in
an especially effective way. They
dangle the promise of a treaty in
return for signatures.

By using threats they hope to

free nation: surrender.

ed to effective Communist threats
of political and economic nature

from the Red Army and of the
entire Russian power apparatus

enormous dangers to which free
subjected
heart of Europe.

the time of the

er cases than the U.S.A.
“This helds true not only for

operating. Work was being done by Japanese
prisoners of war and Japanese technical
assistants. Russian troops and guards were

everywhere. )

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In most instances we were told that/|
Koreans were unable to operate plants, so it
was necessary for the Soviet occupation
authorities to import Russian help and use
Japanese skilled labour.

When our time for visiting North Korea
ran out — we were given five days, but were
permitted to stay six — General I. M. Chisti-
akov, Commanding General of the Soviet
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Germany and the aggressor Japan — is the
basis of great victories in the second world
war.

“I express my confidence that also in the
future the friendship of our democratic
people will grow and strengthen. It will be
the basis of our victories in the common
struggle for peace and security in the whole
world, and will help in the progress of the
whole industry.

“I am sure that the reciprocal respect and
understanding which is the basis of co-opera-
tion of our peoples will lead us to a quick and
progressive decision on all questions con-
nected with the establishment of Democratic
Korea.”

The “quick and progressive decision” has
been warfare. —IN.S.

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A Netherlands diplomat, concerned over the In-
donesian situation, said:

“Indonesia, suffering from a technical inefficiency
and threatened by Communist insurgents, has a
poor chance of surviving in the new forces sweeping
across the Asiatic mainland.

“These forces have an advantage using under

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stricken Central Luzon, feel it is almost the same
story in the Philippines.

A west European legation official however, said
one saving factor is the strength of the Catholic
Church in the Philippines where anti-Communist
sermons are preached on Sundays. |

“But on the other hand,” he added, “the greatest |
Philippine mistake could be underestimating the |
strength of Communist propaganda, a double-edged |
weapon in the cold war in South East Asia.”

Communist propagandists, he added, are hurling

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diana reported:
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the
or profession,
whole? “They are

Free
The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I am asking space for an
humble plea, that is, for Theatre
owners and managers to allow
our poor children to see on the
screen our W.I. Cricketers in ac-
tion in England, Free.

This would indeed be a treat.
and a blessing for many poor
children are cricket lovers, and
are pining to see the great per-
formances of these fellows of
1;whom they are so proud.
, Hoping consideration will be
given to my plea

CRICKET FAN

~.

On high blood presSure, three
Chicago doctors and one from In-

become easier to
get along with. They may handle
other people better themselves, to
advantage of their

these fast

“Sufferers from

business ons.

Cart Before Horse
The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—I am afraid that all the
amount of talking by Radio or
lectures will not aid a campaign
against T.B. What is needed is
sanitary measures to be enforced
in Lunch rooms and Restaurants,
which are \germ-spreaders.

Inspectors are so vigilam around
peoples’ backyards and _ private
property, while millions of germs
are going down the throats of the
people at insanitary eating-places

Drinking straws, running water
and better sanitation should be
made imoverative

HEALTH SEEKER

waves

headaches, 70 per cent are restless,

55 per cent complain of dizziness,

Many have ‘spells’ of some sort.”
Air Raid ‘Cure’

And on chances of becoming a
neurotig there was news for Brit-
Dr. Lotha Kalinowsky, who
jgrecently completed studies in Eu-
more tolerant thangrope, said that countries directly
others, more ready to do things’ affected by the war have far few-

suffer from

social survival.
“Fright,

In

individual

Too Glaring

The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I am surprised to see
what a vast amount has been
spent by the Vestry for the Prin-
cess Alice Playground and the
condition it is in now. This
amount ,could well have been
spent on the much-needed
Y.W.C.A., which would help solve
the housing problem, or a build-
ing to house the poor who are a
pitiful sight to behold struggling
daily to exist on a meagre dole.

For me life comes first, before
Play-fields. The squalor of pov-
erty is much too glaring in
Barbados

POOR SYMPATHISER

losing in the constant

one’s own life, and even loss
everything, suffered in a
are less significant than the deep-
seated emotional

fight for] Also, for th j B
So, e first time, Defence officials have raDey. Same
3 ‘ . been - meet and Commercial officials ss 13 >
elementary fear for|¢0-operate in the fight to suppress i |
of | the Philippines, ppress Communism in
group, wiienees most reassuring part of the Philippine |

fering in a group
bear than suffer

lowed in these countries. Gold Braid Rum, Premier

added one Western di at, “‘is
F ; plomat, “is the re- |
oer in Manila alone where civic leaders have
vo untarily organized an anti-Communist committee |
representing some 45,000 residents.”

The committee, includes ten le:

_ rhe ¢ tee, ading civie and)
veterans organizations in Manila. —LN.S a

conflicts of the
other words, suf-
is easier to
ing alone.”





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SIR,—The present ’bus stand inconvenience. The public must| BEER
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@ LETTERS which are signed with a nom-de-plume, but unaccom-
panied by the customary bona fides, will be ignored. Many such
reach the Editor’s desk each week, and readers are again reminded |
of the necessity for the writer’s name to be known to the Editor,
not for publication, but as an assurance of good faith.


WEDNESDAY, JULY 12,

1950



Barbados At Oxford

By A Correspondent

JOHN HAGGIS, the English artist who came out to

Barbados on location with

film unit and whose work many Barbadians will recollect

seeing in the one-man show

the auspices of the British Council, is showing some of the}

landscapes he painted whilst

Oxford premises of the British Council.

- Sweepstake
Reaches
$34,408

HE BARBADOS TURF CLUB

is now selling Series TT

for their Mid-Summer Sweep. Up

to the present the First Prize for

the 2/- Sweep is $34,408.00, but

there is still a month to go before
the Races.

Some people believe that be-
fore the races the B.T.C. will be
selling the treble series, that is
beginning from Series AAA, The
First Prize for this Mid-Summer
is expected to be well over that
for last year’s Mid-Summer
Meeting.

HE DELAMERE LAND
YOUTH Movement Sports
Club are trying to make prepara-
tions to tour Antigua this year
for the purpose of representing
the youth of Barbados in a num-
ber of games.

The Committee of the Y.M.S.C.
are asking for donations to help
them and will also welcome any
other gifts such as old cricket
gear, footballs, etc.

ASTOR EARL JENNINGS

PARCHMENT has arrived in
Barbados accompanied by his
wife and two children to join the
Adventist ministry. Pastor Parch-
ment is a native of Jamaica and
a graduate of the Mandeville
College there.

Pastor A. A. Ward, who for
the past 11 years was connected
with the office of the Leeward
Islands Conference of Seventh-
day Adventists, is en route to the
United States where a world
conference of Seventh-day Ad-

ventists is to be held in San
Francisco.
Adventists, according to the

latest church statistics, are carry-
ing on work in 228 of the 282
countries of the world. This is
conducted in 705 languages and
of them they have printed liter-
ature in 195 languages.

At the San Francisco Conference
the progress of the work of the
church in all the world during
the past four years will be re-
viewed and plans laid for the
future.

N THEIR MATCH against St.
Mary’s Old Boys’ Associa-
tion at the Princess Alice Play-
field, Tambrose made 92 for the
loss of seven wickets. Best 32
not out and Taitt 22 were the
best scorers.

For St. Mary’s Old Boys’ W.
Grannum took three for 15 and}
D. Browne four for 22. The match
will entinue on Saturday.

ATIENTS AT St. Peter’s Alms-|!

house will be able to hear a
Concert given at the Almshouse
at 7.45 o’clock to-night by the
Police Band under Capt. C. E.
Raison.

HE MOBILE CINEMA will |

give a Show at Oldsbury
Plantation yard to-night for the
benefit of residents of the Olds-
bury area of St. Philip.

HE ST. MICHAEL'S GIRLS’
SCHOOL Speech Day will
take place at 4 o’clock this eve-
ning. His Excellency the Governor
and Mrs. Savage have consented
to be present.
His Excellency will address the
Girls and Mrs. Savage will dis-
tribute the Prizes and Certificates.

MEETING OF the Goodwill
Cricket Club of St. Joseph
was held at Horse Hill recently
and matters concerning the cur-
rent B.C.L. season were discuss-

ed,

The members present were: Mr.
B. Downes (Chairman), Mr. P.
Walker, Mr. V. Fenty, Mr. C.
Young, Mr. G. Millar, Mr. J.|
Walker, Mr. R. Walker, Mr. V.
Young, Mr. L. Jordon, Mr. L.
St. Hill, Mr. J. Branch and Mr
D. Dawson.

The Secretary of the Club was
indisposed but later another meet-
ing was held and two new mem-
bers were admitted to the Club.

ih Borns AT CHURCH Vil-
lage, St. Joseph, which is own-
ed by Woseley and Wilfred Holder,
two brothers, toppled over re-
cently.

One of the brothers was recent-
ly a patient of the St. Joseph
Almshouse but he is now out.|
They both tried to collect parts of
the house and it is understood
that on this occasion they are
building back two houses instead
of one.

C= W. CUMBERBATCH |
A Headmaster of the St. Giles
Boys’ School, reported that the
school was, broken and entered
between the 7th apd 9th of this
month and two cricket bats and
two balls removed They are
valued $20.18 and belong to the
Department of Education
ETH GOODKIDGE of
Hill, St. George, was
taken to the General Hospital re-|
cently suffering from injuries to|
his right hand He was treated
and discharged

Goodridge, who was riding
bicycle, was involved in an acci-j
dent with a motor car owned andj
driven by St.Clair Williams of!
Laynes Gap, Brittons Hill The |
bicycle was extensively damaged |





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the “Christopher Columbus reaser /ells the Story wequitted by Assize Juries at the Court of Grand Sessions Only Ni T oid i |
“I felt a terril jolt when vesterday His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor acted as Chief y ine turn aan
of his work held here under| ship ran agroun I g Justice in absence of Sir Allan Collymore, Chief Justice,| THE meeting of the House oi |
wes the rough eas the: ; Assembly which vas to have
ie thes : ho| another shake made me sit 1 fs who is ill . } ‘ heen held yesterd d i tal
in Barbados at Blackhall, the ay Sisk * nade me sit up in| Both Redman and Carew were,in his pocket and: rode away sterday did not tak
of ane one of the members| represented by Mr. FE. K. Wal-| At about 5.00 p.m. on the same| Place for want of a quorum. Only
a -rew —sé g se of > ry + c . - 7 y > rm ¢ he ne . y t . Moers . resent “hy
Mr. Haggis has been particularly | 2986-ton steamship Cemadiles eee ae a eran ate eee hae po? oe te Dae wth : ? 's eae ee —_—

i 7 i . ; > “Olicitor reneral, prosecu- T ne 1 1OoKeC nto iS} 7 ‘
fascinated by the very paintable| Constructor which es ears Os Soe : : ; ; nee @ Regge néet a eer ee .
qualities of the old windmills of|off Grenada on June 23 told the Wed Ge Wenell ot the Crown » or the wallet he could) (ong wis ee xo bagi ang

ade I > 2 > » : ‘ : > > on > Sneaker ‘
Barbados which he presents with! Advocate yesterday in x ieee Redman’s indictment was th. He made a search at aes a am Spe aker ad }
a loose, yet vigorous handling of| View ; y m an mter-' first to occupy t attention ef]! rd it was not there pale it until 12 noon next
oil paint. He said that when he went o: >» Court. He was charged with me and returned to] 4¥esday 5 i
Outstanding amongst the Barba- deck the sea appeared to be vers tae StS. Soe Veleee | toe ent, veeeor ia Suan ae Smith Mee. TT : fia im ,
dos section of his Oxford one-man| rough and the Constructor was at|S2» °4 $90 in cash. total vaiue)He made certain enquiries ae FE Miller: M T. Alider; Mr
show is “Flamboyant Tree-Bar-| that time carrying 30 tons of cargo | 22>) Property of RPaCee NEC Ee tae . out success. He later received Mr. A “Ss ra Fe a tar 3
” ‘ : Ni ; ‘ ' : | Dece , ast ‘mation and wen the Cen-|Mr. 4 b. § »wis; Mr ¢
bados”, showing us the brilliantly-|in her hold. The crew did | eee eet” 1s = y ee tal Pat ene went to the Cen Bevek: Mr. MS. Cox: Me F I
painted foliage of a rich geranium| panic and all passengers remained | ,, 1 "8,12! Was climaxed when) tra) Police Station ys Waleeet and. Mie. Sneaker
ane looking as though a outatae east when they were told what ete a oe aa th eine b) ; ee te uae ? ee eh eee
C e@ had been gaily flung| had happened. [one cae a aeereleOn; ACUTE CAE) Ons ae eo See »
on S tree by some vivacious The spot where the ship had [Jury and eae cae va ore F Ca a eh = ,
ardener. run aground was called “Devil's | 28S 2&en Tou oes) ee eae Lee 7
This joyous, burning colour Hole” so called by sailors becau: think that he ask them to wa ej but: set ee ee All Members
stands out all the more since,|the sea is always in a very rougi: Gow Reape | Reo oat Paaaeeie cea gated eee She ld A d
hanging quite close to it in the|condition. The spot is opposite|“°nce they had hearg. = | nothing was ton Mess ou tten
Oxford exhibition is the cleverly|to Hope Estate, Grenada His Honour then directe ren At this sage os nom ; : : :

* 5 iv , ms 7 t i a ve t o no adc *ssed Pa r 5 m- / e,
contrasted ‘Source of the River} When called on to do emer-|'®, return ; ' a ig Sie val ea +t = io Council Meeting
egg ne - the oe gency work the engine room ani} guilty | vation \ ori or She t guilty”

ue an rey colours é s vol sere. r aA re a - a : The 5 > ars e
of far-away Iceland which picture weie ata eG thei | i A Warrant " i Chamber > eleseenns shui: a
also serves to give some indica~|power to make the hinnudiders io t eee ot I ge ee Mac invited to attend the meeting:
t sic sIEfeS oe 5] prosee tedman’s . aaa >» seco : p Mac- 7 : . : :
tion of Mr. Haggis’s successful} comfortable | Prosecution in Redman’s case wa Sar «econo epee eared on J Of the Council of the Chamber
of a wide variety o .% ; af arke, He said that on é t Q : : ‘ dibin :
oe f id iety of} On June 25 two days after th Se eat s ee . . : ere Seaeiti a wounding to listen to the discussions, wil
subject matter. |ship had run aground the salvage on er ne was sent to Bar Td Aiteoeta ion tes yn {| be among the matters to be con-
t iBteiue’ a ‘ barees Hill. He was accompanied} Majoric Alleyne with intent or ase a i
Other Subjects 3 tescue” steamed up along-/by Worrell and Jones. He had a! May 25 and simple wounding. sidered when the Council hole
Amongst the other Barbadiar side the Constructor and took oft | y arrant to search the premi Eig Majorie Alleyne, primary wit- their monthly meeting whic!
subjects showing are “Shipyard a a of the passengers, among| Reaman ii a ren ness for the Prosecution in the] takes place on July 19
“—~! them a sme 2 ; va we ne iii: Asnt , , a the sugges-
The Santa Maria,” a study of con- ms a — — fe ingest it He read the warrant to Redman| case against Carew, was first in the This was ee — SUBBE Ss
struction work on the replica used| j.0°, DCXt day the “Rescue”! whose daughter invited them to] Witness stand. She said that her} tions made by Mi Oppin at
for the “Christopher Columbus” started to work on the Construc-| search. Worrell save over Red-| mother Daisy Carew was the wife}the last Annual General Meet
film, in which a very attractive See a ¥ ne eeenee | man and he was taken to the| of MacDonald Carew : . a as ma
coppery glow of light is skilfully ive aalaidé _ + EmaS a yap Central Police Station and On May 25 Carew came to ee a the - ne — a " _ w = a oh
captured by the painter, “Coast an $ Sr ne same hatch charged. He made no statement mother’s home and knocked er ye considered ry the ouncil are: |
Near Holetown” and “Landseape] ta} Mie trea avaver ae petra) Adina | Best puddine and| mother closed the door, He how-{ That newcomers to the Islanc
Barbados” both of which, also in on Byere ace hac ni eeane vendor of Lightfoots Lane,| ever came in and they fought in} wishing to join the ¢ hambe)
the oil medium, are marked by powerful pumps of the escue!! saiq that on the’ first day f the| the front house should be required to reside here |
strong composition showing Mr had been working ones Exhibition she was sittir the She went to her mother who]for two years before election;|
Haggis’s innate sensibility to de-|, He said that he was surprised) qoy of one Ha'l at Baxters Road, | was lying on q table, and spoke} release from all controls of items |
sign, the colour matching in, ,Se¢ how efficient, safely and) “Between 3.30 and 4.00 p.m,| to her. She then went to the]in free supply from the Sterling |
strength and variety, and is clean-|Wickly these tugs are worked)... sayy Redman come from the| front door and while there}area, and the lack of commer-|
ly handled as are all his paints when these emergencies occur at} qirection of Tudor Street with his} Carew asked her where she was cial representation on the Legis- |
Also in this Barbados group are|S®4 especially when the sea is 8°) <4, and daughter. He picked up| going. He next stabbed her in| lative Council |
some boldly executed charcoal rough that a small boat would) , purse from the gutter in front! her head The Council will hear a report}
drawings, including ‘Quayside, be easily capsized and damaged lof Hall’s business. Others were Her mother took her to a doc-Jof the meeting in Trinidad oi
Bridgetown” and “The Old Town, To assist in the refloating the| present when Redman picked up| tor, to the Police Station anc the Incorporated Chambers 0! |
Bridgetown” the latter, with its|tanks which were emptied wer! the purse then to the General . Hospital. |Commerce from the local dele-|
simply drawn old buildings and all filed, with air and ‘all Seer When she was injured it was} gates |
deftly placed figures, being par- stuff removed. j To Mr. Walcott: | Id the! about 7.00 p.m. The lamp was
ticularly notable, He said it was about nine days Police Magistrate that I winked] pyrning during the fight but L B
With skill equal to that by after much hard work that the} my eye to Redman to tell him when her stepfather stabbed her U.S. Workers
which he gets the sunny look and|“Rescue” pulled — the ed to pick up the purse. I »to'd! it was out, She did not see the
feeling of Barbados on to canvas |Constructor out of danger. Speak- the Magistrate that if so nY} weapon that he used to stab her y .
Mr. Haggis impresses the stark,|ing about he life of a greaser on) peop'e were not ground To. Mr Walcott: The fight Savings Reach
yet haunting beauty of his chill |these ships, he said that the Loox self would have picked u el was caused through Melvin : P ee
Icelandic landseapes, the rolling,|is very good and one generally! purse Melvin, who is 23 years old, is $3,062,622 }
seemingly boundless fells of the| Works in ease and safety He has| Otho Jones, a mechan of] courting) my 16-year-old sister
Yorkshire Dales country with it’s|been a greaser for eight years NOW| Codrington, St Michael iid} My stepfather told my mother Up to » 30, 1950, the sum of |
sunlit limestone farms and barns,|and has recognised the sea as his] that on December 14 betwee: o| that Melvin was not to come to /$8,062,622.35 was received by the
country in which the painter|living. Being one of the members} anq 4.00 p.m. he Ng] the house U.S. Workers’ Savings Branch o! |
ae has his origins, the pic-)of the crew which wr signed off! under Messrs Pitcher Co: V's} the Labour Department, the Pro- |
uresque painters-paradise qual-|after the stranding he is Now) busine at Tudor Street. He saw The Doctor gress Re ade y j
iti : aha , ; ad 3 38 port made out by tha}
hae SF romantic Cornwall, the awaiting another cil Saale one Redman _and others | coming Dr. Gordon Cummins, Medical ]Department shows |
richness of the Severn-sida|work on one of these Canadian) towards him. He called Redman ojcey at the General Hospital, Of this total, $4,231.38 ha
ne ee landscape and the| ships. and at about ten feet t © Red=) said that on May 26 he examined [been remitted to the B.W.1.C.L,.0
pa es sige ou te eae ee eS aie nt ceca , Majorie Alleyne She had #81$71,468.37 has been refunded — to
See dilly pesgae 0 r stoop and pick up a brown laceration of the scalp about onefthe Barbad Government; t
Flute yt ooh — oe DELEGATES He told Redman that he tes me a half inches long When | returned ayeekers. 65 738 9
Ato! country of the Suffolk half of the contents | man | ¢ a 1 airemat hed” tw ae be pehtpas
and Essex border for some de RETURNING ea ett ce eleet | he. saw ft, it already hac Ofhas been paid; worke allottee
i s - , placed the wa'let us | . titche nie 519 “t
lightful pastoral subjects the ha 4 J | re | want half itches have got $494,512.14; and = cour
as s cts and- and asked him if he wat ed hal pe bare ‘ bins Ti
ling of which certainly reflect no : ‘ if his (Redman’s) good | To Mr. Walcott: A laceration | ques account for $593.36
discredit on him for followi Mr. H. A, C. Thomas.a.former | 0° s (Redmar gS « day|i8 & wound caused by a blunt These figures total $2,826,543.44
such distinguished tiwm President of the ROE ot vor one nd P Cc. i ant ‘ty | instrument From the descrip | which when subtracted from the
ayes Commerce and Mr. Gilbert | he Socom pace Ther i A ,| tion given by Majorie Alleyne }iota) received leaves a balance of
Portraits Bynoe, delegates of the Chamber| Redman’s hom i aoe _tmace 2) the wound that she would have Jeygg 978.91 B.W.I. funds
Ther A ae of Commerce to the meeting of | search but found nothing | received would bea punctured |?" § .
Loanet are also in the exhibition|the Incorporated Chambers of To Buy Fruit | one ;
fugitee —. a ae Commerce held in Trinidad this Osear Worrell of ac I aid Hart Hoyte of Hoytes Village, “RODNEY” COMES
y and a chalk sketch off{week, are expected to return to} that on December 14 he went to! 4 yelative of Majorie Alleyne,
eae aoe a is probably the the colony on Thursday Tudor Street by Messrs. Pitcher] caiq that on the night in ques- ON FRIDAY
o Coens at executant The meeting of the Chambers,|Connell’s business to buy some) tion he was at Carew’s house the Lady Rodney will be ub
aoe rs of Bach’s keyboard , was called for the purpose of dis-] fruit. He took out his wallet and} 4 fight took place between Carew Jriving from Canada on Friday
In ‘all hi il a at cussing the question of the federa-! paid for the fruit \fter t ying) and his wife because Carew had{morning and leaving the same
; us oil-painting Mr. tion of the West Indies. for the fruit he placed the ulet! caid that Worrell was not tofeyenirig for St. Vincent, Grenada
Haggis, whilst capable of using eo 8B Vir Ba
his medium to express infinite _ yPRBET visit the ogi: =. Da in the} Prinidad, and British Guiana
. . re - oo back house while the fight was ———
pigmentary richness of colour -- : ; ;
r ‘ 20 ‘ Majorie was with him|and stepfather but he would no
whether it be found in the grain en n oing on jor
: e but after hearing a shout she} because they were husband an
of masonry, in masses of verdure 9 r 3
" a i} went to look for her mother. It} wife, She left him and went int
or in the texture of an olive skin i ,
tee : | was then that he saw Carew stab[ the house He heard her sa
STs mae eae Se one teh e e V 1 nt Majorie in her head that Carew had cut her Shx
A eet th oe those sticky, e on e e O il e To. Mr. Walcott The lamp} was bleedin when she cami
ete a ns ese artes Sadie lwent out after Majorie was ]back out of the house and hel
rom the work of some oi i | / >
4 % cial sd istabbed When Mr Carewfon to him Doreen and Myrtle
painters, Vhen accidental this In Barbados | brought down his hand I did not] were throwing stones during th
glutinous gloss is sufficiently pain- aa ae a spon he had in it. | Aght
she ie ieee te 5 Speaking at the Telephone and but ext 1ely efficient system and | After Majorie was stabbed big Melvin Worrell was the las
Those who saw Mr. Haggis’ General Trust 24th Annual Gen-/added 252 stations, making 4) stones began to come through the} witness called by the Prosecu
Barbados aeae will ‘tT think eral meeting in London, Sir | total of 3,952 in service at the} jouse. It was one of these stones] tion after which Mr Walcott
sen Ay 2 At "| Alexander Roger, its Managing end of the year |that broke the chimney of the} addressed the jury. His Honour
agree with me that his outstand : : - \ : les i vat bas all | turing ;
ing attribute is his ability to Director said that large capital| It is pleasing to note jn all) jamp during his summing up, told the
catch the radiance of sunlight|@xpenditure was planned for} these places the enco rage rent | An Argument Jury that the evidence was con-
and transfer it triumphantly on to 1949 and 1950 by the Telephone | being given in official quarte s Ainsley Worrell, a shopkeepe BN ie a
canvas Companies in Jamaica, Trinidad|attract the investment of capital! of Si. James, said that on thi SS SS
il states staat ag ¢ arbe ; fro side s es. The assur-| q; st he was at Hoyte’
This. Oxford exhibition has|and Tobago, and Barbados, in|from outside source | day in question he was at Ho)

already attracted visitors from|which we are so largely interest- ;| ance ye investors in these Village with Melvin Worrell SRA VIEW GUEST

the West Indies, Persia, Irak.jed. During 1949 nearly £600,000 islands will be given a quare} Melvin is engaged to Carew

Iceland, India Holland, ‘ France,jwas expended upon capital works deal must operate to the economic | stepdaughter, Doreen. Soon afte: HOUSE

Switzerland,, Sweden, Denmark,|by ‘hese companies, the Trust;aad social development of the | he heasd Carew and his wife

Norway, Portugal, The United|providing the necessary finance as | islands, without drawing Upon) having an argument. HASTINGS, BARBADOS

States, me e ecu and|required gradually by way of|the Colonial Developm Bt i} ae ie Ee 8 See EE ee EXCELLENT CUISINE |

there will doubtless e moreltemporary loans which, in ac-,;which is provided by t over-j| with him. She askec » stop ; |

countries represented before the] cordance with established proce-!taxed British taxpayer the fight between her mother FULLY STOCKED BAR

show concludes. One of the inter-|aure, will be replaced in due } i eRe A 7 RATES: $5.00 per Day &

ae A a pete Fates ex ccurse by more permanent upwards

tre Maile Meeth NAMIts s00-| OR TCIME ON ne et aioe © core 4 (Inclusive) |
. ae capital y 1e companies con- pply - |

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in charge at Oxford and who In Jamaica, stations increased
comes from an old Jamaican by 1.985 to a total of 12,004 in
family. service at December 31, 1949, and
curing the Ime £210,000
. pre *xpended on ney, lilding
2 him-] ¥88 expended \
HE ROAD leading from © : exchange equipment and outside

borazo to Castle Grant, St
Joseph is at present undergoing
On the eastern side, the

plant Capital expenditure” by
the Trinidad Telephone Company

cond wi ed away for a few yards|amounted to some £355,000 and|
but. it ie still open to traffic : stations in service increased by!
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. ‘ Ovaltine ’ contains proteins |
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CLASSIFIED ADS. |_PUsLic saves : __ PERSONAL RSNA Bo RA RT PEER

Cheney sib | AUCTION | re pubic ave nevedy warned oot J AT LAST THEY HAVE COME
= | FOR RENT | misioner Si" potice to tol at Central SELF HEATER IRONS—De Luxe




















: ne —e ae nee. | Station, on Monday 17th July at 2 p.m contracting any
undorsigned beg throug _ ‘HOUSES ™ | Twe nine (29) old cushion covers, ten a unless by a writter Le ned
thank ail e friends v j 10) old cushions, three stretchers, | "y me r > ‘pat yy > J
‘ y wa is: a See nk Seek ca Signed CHARLES TROTMAN THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM
oo ae ae rn “eho | , ATHLONE-ON-SEA—Fontabelle. From) ‘tems of interest Lawer Estate 1 George
ent occasioned 1} Ist July 1950 ains © (2) to. DARCY SCOTT | 13.7.50-—2 hoes ‘ ~: Bt
death of their dear one H i le aly 0. Contains tw 2) flat } Corner Broad & Tudor ‘



| Smaller of which has three (3). Bed Gemrament
Tooms each with wash-basin, dining-
room, drawing room, gallery and all j
modern conveniences
The larger flat has four (4) bedrooms UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER |
two (2) dressing rooms, kitchenette | I HAVE been instructed to sell by
ing and drawing rooms, large yal-| public competition on the spot on

LEON & DAPHNE,









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Son, ie eros ae : lery etc. Recently renovated. Servant Thursday 13th July at 2 p.m. the
FRANCI®& late of “Milford Court Two | Snocineniat te cae a or 3245 for dwelling-house called Mayaro” situate G G ° rf Ss
Mile Hill, Saint Michael e@ place 7 at Rockley, Christ Church. The same Tet your vroceries rom Jk
Millicent Forde, Evelyn Hoyte 1.7.50—4n | consists of open verandah to the front, |
* : 97 TED EE es | Crawing and dining rooms, 2 bedrooms, |
12.7.50—1A| “BRIGHTWOOD"—On sea ‘ :
| - sea - t.| kitchenette, toilet and bath. It has al "RAY BENTOS SOUPS HEIN? UP MAYONNMSE
————___________—.____ | fawrence (Gap. From August ist.| pine floor ‘throughout, and the roof is |}. FRAY BENTOS SOUPS — HEINZ SOU] MAYONNAISE
‘ily furnished. Apply -to L. Weather-| shingled. Same must be sold. For tn- DOMINION MACARON TESPRAY ARLTON’'S CORN-
IN MEMORIAM head, “Elreposa’’ Worthing or Phone! spection apply D'Arcy A. Scott, en een Send NE ae
8250 11.7,50—2n! Magazine Lane 11.7.50--4n. | FLOUR BIRD'S CUSTARD POWDER FRY'S COCOA
MABEL HINDS ——— |. suse .
“Gone but not forgotten 4 LARGE Zon and SHED, apply next! f COLEMAN'S MUSTARD Tir rOFFE!I OVALTINE
(Signed) ISABEL & AUDLEY CHASE oor at STOUTE’S DRUG STORE.| UNDER THE SILVER | 40 22 6 Be | eellLlLhlUlUmlllUT CY KK ROE reer ep > SATICOR ‘ . >
bees " i27150—in| comer Roebuck Street snd Camtry| UNDER THE SILVER | - STUFFED OLIVES — APPLE SAUCE — ORANGE & GRAPE
oad %.7 ne ' j aT 1" ner ve . -mC . ares 1
‘ 7.7.50.-—t.f.n HAMMER My yy EDINBURGH SCOTLAND FRUIT JUICE —CEREAL FLAKES—SPAGHETTI in Tomato
init loving memory of our dear beloved WAN re an RRAY & |})} Sauce with Cheese-—-PABLUM--STEAK & KIDNEY PUDDING
mine TED Alans Hawaht we will sell her Furniture | | SARDINES—-HERRINGS in Tomato Satice
Deep in our hearts lies a picture 1 jat “Ulisdale,” Pine Road, Belleville; :
More precious than silver or gold HELP which includes: Round Tip-Top Table, She has Gas for Cooking *
s that of our darling Father je an Mc s airs, very nice . .
Whose memories will nave: grow old. | ——— Writing Table, Waggon, Ornament Tables, —————— Johar D. Taylor «A Sons Ltd.
Enid, Maise (daughters), Bustace Gall An _ experienced Lady Assistant for} Dining Table (seat 8), Book Cases (glass Distributor. —_— |
ison-in-law), Pearl, Michael, David,] DRUG STORE WORK. Apphy in writ-| doors!, Hat Stand, China Cabinet, Upright FOR YOUR INSURANCE -
Shirley ‘(Grand-children) ing to P.O. Box 203 12.7.50—3n aos Ps * ey: Fares. —— NEEDS - CONSULT :
12.7.50- are, zechoslovakian Table Glass . > = - —— ——— = z
1.50-—In A qualified NURSE for St. Joseph's! Tea and Coffee Services, Plated Ware ANDREW D. SHEPPARD
aaa Almshouse at a salary of $60.44 per| Brass Tray and Stand, Jardinieres and C : Representing |
month. Applications with Certifieate to| Pits. Dish Cover, Good Telescope. Elec- Syatetate tian tate homens I
In loving memory of my Dear Mother| B€ forwarded to the Parochial Medical | trie Toaster, Single Mahogany Bedstead, me \ SRIDGETOW Y 3ARBADOS. | e Best SZ OVE fo own
MIRIAM HARPER, who departed this life] Officer, “Ellangowan,” not later than| Deep Sleep Mattress, Dressing Tables, ‘ ‘Tel, 2840
on July 12th 1949 Monday, 17th July, 1950, Linen noe a Chair all in mahom~ | ce \
» YéE ~ de y a . _ | any gent's ress and Mir. Dresser, |
Qne year has passed since that sad day | ,,/ny Further Particulars can be ob-| Fiecine Light Fittings, Trunks, Valies | = a
hen one we joved, was called away e rom the 1.0 “oa r . Tte ; 7
The call was short, th A. A. B. GIL Coal Stove, Kitchen Utensils, Zine Top, a
es e al | was ahort, the blow severe, Clerk, Poor Law G rai and other Tables, Garden Bench, Garden s a
Ve little thought that death was near + Poor Law Guardians,| Tools, Hose, Birds’ Bath, Rain Guage we FOR SALE
God saw the road was getting rough, sn = and Measure; 4 large English Pots and : ‘
He eutt aia ee cea ‘ -7.50—In Palms and other items. Sale 11.30 o'clock ne a ee or eae eee CASABLANCA, MAXWELI
» ge lose er sleepy eyes, TR ——— ! Terns: Cash Christ Chureh
And whispered “peace be thine.* DEPUTY MANAGER—Required for | yr } = —— SoS : ;
Ever “to be “remembered''bs", Percy | sail” Sugar “Estate in St" Vincest’ | BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., | ETHE {| |. Seng Se sels: fi. ot vse
Harper (husband), Iris Brathwaite} YOUng, energetic well educated man re- Auctioneers. | ROYAL N TH RLANDS The M.V. “DAERWOOD” [I “ ; pe oe Shy alae
(daughter), Kenneth (son-in-law), Eli quired Future prospects good” 8.1 i ‘ > oe apie lea hc
Seatac) SNe (a0 1-law), Elaine, Apply to Mount Bentinck Estates Ltd ss STEAMSHIP co will accept Cargo and Pa 11.7,.50—5n
ld Roact : a - pp children), Regin- Kingstown, St, Vincent i ‘ sengers for St. Lucia, S CL KE. A F rc"
Wie atehes re bee, EPO sengers for St. Lucia, LEAN and ECONOMICAL
12.7.50—1n 12.7.50—Tn Sailing from Amstercam, motterdam incent, Grenada, ar
a namie eee 2 spots of land, One (1) at and Antwerp Aruba, Date of Sailing On AI
cagle Hall 6,000 sq. ft. (3 spots above “ ” ' be giver a
7 > MISCELLANEOUS se ; M.S. “HERSILIA” July 7.8.11th, given ec
FOR SALE —<—<———_ Seen Eade) , en eens MS. “HECUBA” August 4 5 8th The M.V. “CARIBBEE SE HABLA ESPANOL) ==
Wanted to purchase One (1) Liquor ; . aeiiia Maakiae re Sailing from Amsterdam and Dover will accept Cargo and Pa: 3 IVORY, TEAK, SANDAL
Licence. Apply S. B. Cole & © Club Morgan overlooking Rockley Ter- A VESSEL July 2ist } 8 EWE RY, BRASSWARE, TAP.
Ltd. 27 Roebuck St. Dial 4293 °-+| race. Apply FitzHerbert Hackett C/o SS. “COTTICA” At gust 18th sengers for Dominica, ESTRI GLOVES, PERFUMES
AUTOMOTIVE ; 77'50.—t.t.n,| James A. Tudor, Roebuck Street me ugus . tin, Montserrat Nevis ana » GLOVES, PE . Y ay ee
————w yy St.Kitts Sailing Prida KASH MERE ee
a is ——oooOOO niwer an ster ™m ‘ - we «
Ma Ree ken ae glk Ba Perens to listen to ‘Jeffreys Beer|“Gine anp SH ai ft 2 ol ft “WILLEMSTAD™ July “Osth 14th inst -
trans iy Landy de Montbrun and his artistes, to se i Me M.S. “ORANJESTAD" August 22nd y 3
ru specially fitted for the better] be broadcast over Radio Distribution| APPIY: Jim Gibbs, Holders Hill, St . 5 BWI Schooner Owners
Nicholls. ‘Office $023 "tien; See nem Oe BE gn oe ee tes ee cee i pis Association Ine very pleased
ce 3925 Home 8324 enna » Ete,
28.6.50—t.t.n. | —_ Ma eS %4.6.50-16 B. | “Schooner “ZENITH” 95 ft, overall, 70 fk. “iterate? goto Consignee; Dial: 4047
— ——_____. For Rent Boa .| tons nett, 87 tons gross, built at St M.S ersilia July 27th,
Singer Sports ROADSTER in excel- lemee Large. dochis Woden ton ted Vincent in 1942 and at present anchored 8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., Se E *
lent condition mileage just over 4, right Part r ity at Bequia, St. Vincent. No reasonable with our new
COLE & CO., Ltd 7.7 . y RARE Se cy Ae ee offer will be refused pointe aero enemetsrafie eit mn ——— - -
ger eee es Re eet 5.7.00 ans For full particulars apply to: JOHN |
1947/8 VAUXHALL 12 H.P. SALOON— WANTED TO BUY JAMES MULRAIN, : |
Kecently overhauled and in good condi- OLD SEWING MACHINES, Out of C/o JOHN H. MAZEL ’
tion. COURTESY GARAGE. Dial 4616. | use, bought here. Mrs. Vaughn, King’s SONS & CO. LTD.. | FLORENCE STOVE
12.7.50—3n | Street or Fairchild & Probyn Sts. Bee Oen. . | e |
8.7.50—2n. ncent. |
12.7.50—an |
cLeeTRDAL : ' PN Nt aeeip ices bi |
SS ae } “SANDGATE”, Hastings, standing on TWARD F " J 3 :
we rF American Gibson, PUBLAC NOTIC ES 2.940 square feet of eed on the seaside { | FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM | and
in g working order. Can be seen at of Hastings Road. AFS,FVA
W. S. Monroe & Co., Ltd. High Street. The House contains, drawing and din- Vessel From Leaves Due F 1 ; Z |
: 11,7.50—3n NOTICE ing room, enclosed gallery on three Barbados |} ormerly Dixon & Bladon
: a sides, two bedrooms with dressing} S.S. “ATLANTIAN” .. London Ist July 14th July |
: FURNITURE PARISH OF ST. LUCY ata re ie ee me up-|SS. “COMEDIAN” Liverpoo! Sth July 19th July || FOR SALE |
pallcd. tkdhadahdag intenders, including specifications, are| fire Wa usual rooms downstaire and} cs) «SPECTALIST” M/Brough & ; : ; | °
FURNITURE—One (1) Large Mahog-| invited for repairs to the Rectory, (sub-/ 2701.1 = Of steps sea. Gas, ore y an. GLOCCOMORRO, Max ells r 8 1 b
any Sideboard, (1) Mahogany Wagon] ject to the approval of the Legislature) re Wi waa . 3 > /ondon 8th July ith July Road, Brand new stone bunga- ff! § :
with Cupboard, (1) Plain Deal Top| 4nd additional Nurse's quarters at the| pices or oe. ay by appointment] S.S. “HISTORIAN a .. Glasgow 8th July 2nd July low of sturdy construction and E Vee d e
Table (3 feet sq.) All in good con-| Almshouse 3 . . ; Ba. “RIVERCREST .. London 1th July 29th July Well designed with large lounge
dition. Apply Mrs. Gale, No. 3 Gar-]| Applications will be received by the wueiit alton Ahbae offca'cn Friday : : (with eg, Toom, 3 bedrooms
den Gap, Worthing. Dial 8295 undersigned up to Saturday 22nd July, e rv * (with wash basins) leasant
; re Sa A 0. Saniiay Re ieee the 2ist day of July 1950 at 2 p.m HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM airy verandah oor VICTORIA ST. a 4671
SL CIORR ea Liew, 8.7.50—4n CARRINGTON & SEALY, 1 ‘ kitehen : & servants’
2 ’ ‘ Laicas Street. : Vessel : For Closes in Barbados rooms are detached. There are
LIVESTOCK SAINT VINCENT WEEKLY AI 7,.0—10n!1§,S, “TACTICIAN Greenock 20th July 18,000 square feet of land walled
SESS Sues ” 98 ; and driveways are all c :
MULES—One (1) dozen mules with or hohsapae ne, See, Fee. ae 3 ‘Heardone. t “ith Avenue, Bellevitie, | 5S. “CRAFTSMAN :» London 22nd July Bargain Price,’ * Solaened =
without carts. Apply Ellesmere Plan- “Under one management Sd tie ee For further partic 5
7 My 7 2 S app! :
tation, St. George 11.7.50—3n RATHO MILL. TOWER HOTEL Saat ae Nouse, Apeag? ye a particulars apply to j SPION KOP Maxwell's {
t. Vincent a 3 oas ne of the best siti
COCKER SPANIEL—Black male pup- and ring 3252. DA COSTA & co., LTD—Agents. in this select nsightourhoed \
a py. Apply “Helmsley,” Gun Hill, st SUNNY CARIBBEE 11.7,50—Sn With complete privacy — insured
iu George 12.7.50—2n on-the-sea Bequia Island : ; s The well kept grounds are ap-
& oflers all that can be desired. Beauti-| rpat is vou can wag now ing on terms proximately 1% ‘ucres and there
j MISCEL) ANEOUS ful scenery, sea-bathing, fishing, excel-| jajance monthly . g? > is a private sandy beach with
j lent cuisines and bars.” RATES 9 t2| At the ivy Road one small property| ( IDA Nationa teams PP XS |B wie Pune tor" tndaren. “one ‘ Pe bi
CLOTHING — Lady from Canada| *” B-W-1. per day. For further details Sith woatee ; rouse ts of timber construction We can now supply you with the following in
3 anada| ;, , ind is in :
wishes to dispose of Black Velvet and| °"® T*QSRam Q Boog At Martindale's Road house with water Se | ie ane cute tee Gore ON hs ) Earthenware —
ss : i : 4 | ‘ operty mi
of "Amsattoas’ chen eines @AR. De Boxe, | At''Becitles "oad one double-roofed oes auain, «high vatue owing Ml]
s, sizes lo its
3390. EV C08H | jy-¢make | house SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Sails Arrives Sails Hes tractive natural ament« i
% ns 7% i | At Peeve on Street one small Montreal Halifax Boston B'dow ~~ ' } MIXING BO wLs (in various sizes)
a CAL-C-TOSE A vitamin product, | ———~ acer em earn eet property ‘LITTLE m '
5 supplying Calcium, fron, and Phosphor. For particulars apply, LADY RODNEY .. --30 th June 3rd July 5th July 14th July — 14th July Pete LE BATALLYS st ' nes
4 ous. A good picke-me-up for children’s NOTICE D'ARCY A. SCOTT CAN. CRUISER 13th July 18th July apth guly. 85th July house standing g, small country Mil | {\} PRA POTS Go.
3 appetite, and an excellent flavouring for : | Magazine Lane LADY NELSON 28nd July 25th July 27th July Sth Aug nh Aus, Dae aan in approximately
2 milk, Obtainable at KNIGHT'S DRUG TENDERS for conveying paupers) 12.7 50-—2n CAN, CHALLENGER llth Aug. 14th Au 24th Aug. 24th Aug. act This property was 1% (({ TEA CUPS
4 STORES. " . " *| (a) From any part of the Parish to the| —___..| LADY RODNEY 23rd Aug. 26th Aug. 28th Aug. 6thSep 7th Sep desi 1 by its architect owner [| - *
; s rs ae Almnatiouse, ae | LADY NELSON llth Sep, 4th Sep, 16th Sep. 25th Sep. 26th Sep. and contains, 3 reception, 3 bed 11 TANKARD JUGS (i
7 a F sziglalir aida (b) From the Almshouse to the mera St rooms, 2 baths and toilets, kitehen | oe mM various sizes }
“CAMILATONE SHAMPOO" Fast} Hospital will be received by me up to| LOST & FOUND laundry, detached servants” Guin MMs }
4 hak eel cians aad ding | July 18th 1950 NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives fers and garage. Very attractive W}|))) MEAT PLATTERS
; ¥ eee a i pane tare Ww.v GOODING, B'dos B'dos Boston Halifax Montreal arched verandah on 2 id a ae | ny _ TTE e do,
2 one se adding sparkle and colour to " " fernery mht oe eet
s itd TRE i Parochial Treasurer, | mery, Right of way to se, | n
your natural shade of Hair. Obtainable St. Philip LADY RODNEY 27th July 29th July 7 2 | - =e f
jHTS' i a St. : ly 7th Aug, 9th Aug. 12th Aug PLAT —D f h
at KNIGHTS’ DRUG SEs 50—2n | 11-7.50—6n ; LOST LADY NELSON 18th Aug, 20th Aug. 29th Aug. Sist Aug. 3rd Sep. | |/ “BLUE vist, Rockley — (r ee ie wrest vests
= 2.7.50—2n 5 ne ‘ LADY RODNEY 19th Sep. 2ist Sep. 30th Sep. Ist Oct Sth Oct (8 Golf Club . ce nl
# SL SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series T | (any NELSON 8th Oct. 10th Cet, 9th Cet. 20th Oct. 24th Get. type modern Peat ne better | DISHES
4 GUINEA GRASS—At Passage House NOTICE 5574, Finder please return same to lacatite 1 home In” select )
& Passage Road. D. H. Roach. Telephone Robert Aleva Alleyne, Porey Spring, St —_—_— usted ‘by geanned and con | SAU OA
2647 : phone Thomas 12.7.50—I1n structed by a firm of repute CE B Ts
11.7.50—3n Applications for a vacant Frizers An- : | lour dlr .
“GALVANIZED Pipes in Gnd Dine | Hulty, will be received by the Clerk of | = eem-mp—eeenne ie N.B.—Subtect, to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storage cham *n, 3 bedrooms (with boo, fal
3ALVANIZE Pipes 1%, and 2 inches . . ICKET—Series bers. assenger Fares and freight ‘estes on application to ;— mee fwith basins | :
also Galvanize flexible conduit in sizes| it Vestry up to 12 noon on Wednesday) 454° “Finder please return same to & fitted wardrobes) tiled bath | And many others too numerous to mention:
ynch and 1% inches. ‘Bnauire " Auto| "Applicants, must_be widows, of the| Svdiiey Sickle, C/o Central Fountry's! GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. — Agents. |B iments, sare. ‘servants fl
Tyre pany, ‘Trafalgar Street. Phone] parish of St. Michael in straitened t : lawns, flowering shrubs and fg Pay Us a Visit before Purchasing Elsewhere
re Ae tol . = ones circumstances, btained PARCEL— containing new clothes —— — == Plants Owing to unforeseen j 5
LIPTON'S TEA—A fresh shipment has] at the Vestry Clerk's Office. | on Monday night at Hastings Rocks ‘ 1 erty is offeren’ 4 desirable prop. i
, 3 , 2 a . a 8 mer ase . x _ _ ‘s erty is offered el low cos
arrived and may now be had from your By Order, E. C. REDMAN, bus roe Binder eae an be CIE, GLE., TRANSATLAYS IQUE tor eadly'dmic OS cont
Sic; 4 08) 40:0, Dib baw and ae seers Vv ae hae ee Vestry-| sastings Police Post. 12.7.50—1n. | | (THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS)
of ae that commands the largest sale Si Buildings Se ee FRENCH LINE RE Mt : oe wy ,
label “showing the weight "ana Zorne]| Bridgetown 4-7-5040) 1{QUOR LICENCE NOTICE ice tate he Bar hados Har dware (0 {
f ‘ 1 and re 4 "ni Saili
same to us to be exchanged dor -valutic Sailing to Trinidad Sailing to Plymouth | Auctioneer & Surveyor rT) .
gift premiums ay ‘The application. of St. Clair Thosas PLANTATIONS BUILDING
JOHN F. HUTSON L’ of Bank Hall ad, St. Michael, for _S. “GAS ” ‘ . July, 195 , . "
Ageite NOTICE permission 10 sell Spuits, Malt Liquors ||} §°S° .GASCOGNE, rd July, 1950 10th July, 1950, Phone 4640 Nos 33 & 52 SWAN STREET PHOWE 2109, 3554 or 4406
2.7 &c., at a board and ngle shop with 7 “ t ugust, ug. fe
12.7,50—3n Re the Estate of « ” : mo ~et =
eaiitniaiaa t LEWIS OLIVER YARDE shedroof attached at corner Aikins Gap, S.S. “GASCOGNE 14th Sept., 1950 20th Sept,., 1950 “ ==
NEEDLES for your record player (More commonly known as LEWIS Eagle Hall Road, St. Michael S.S. “GASCOGNE” 8th Nov., 1950 14th Nov. 1950,
ell) kinds including Ruby and Sapphire OLIVER BURKE) Dated this llth day of July, 1950
semi-permanent needles to play several 4 b deceased To—C. L. WALWYN, Esq, For further particulars apply to :—
tnousand recordings. NOTICE is hereby given that all per- a e Pare
A. BARNES & CO., LTD. sons having any debt or claim against the Jistrict "A" ~
98.00 2¢.n. | Estate of Lewis Olives Yarte-—-mote often Sed, BURTON POLLARD, R. M. JONES & CO., LTD. - Agents.
ishexitapinetnmgintt ; known as Lewis Oliver Burke, Sarjeant for Applicant
NEW PLATTERS—Di of The Barbados Fire Brigade—deceased N.B.—This application will be consid-
Sinatra, Bing ard all the test’ Came} ite of Enterprise in the parish of Christ | cred at_a Licensing Court to be held at| “ ie aad eee ae
and get, but quick, ; Church in this Island who died on the} Police Court, District “A", on Friday tho) j=
A. BARNES & CO., LTD. oH Say. OL Say , intestate mre re-| 2ist day of July, 1950, at 11 o'clock, a.m
f quested to send in particulars of their Cc. L. WALWYN.
= . __ Mb eo En claims duly attested to the undersigned Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” PASSAGES TO IRELAND
PLASTIC ELTS ati ath » Adina Stra er, ©, essrs. Haynes 12.7.50—1n ;
; Ghilseen. So, ‘aeaBiteds almepater cenig AM CA Dred ta Es : Antilles Products Ltd., Roseau, Dominica, offer passages to
j ac. each. The Modern Dress Shoppe, | August, 1950, after which date I shall pro- | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from Roseau about
Eroad Street 2.7.50. | ceed to distribute the assets of the de-| TRANSFER AND REMOVAL 20th June, and thereafter about every thirty-three days
= ceased among the parties Foss A eee The application of WINSTON tians-| Single fare, £70, usual reductions for children.
ba a suc claims , + _ e - irec
“i which I shall then have had notice ‘and | WOOD of Crane, St. Philip the pur \ Apply direct.

I will not be Hable for the assets or any Chaser of Liquor License No.962 > of)

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part thereof so distributed to any per- , 1950 granted to THEOPHILUS SMALL | ~~. ——
son of whose debt or claim I shall not |i" respect of Bottom floor two story f
then have had notice. wall building in Marhill Street, Bridge
AND all persons indebted to the said | town to remove said License to «4 }
. estate are requested to settle their said} board and shingle shop with shedroot | |{
otro indebtedness without delay attached at Crane St. Philip and to| e
' s mg iy Prabrcs Piay June. 2860, use it at such last described premises. |
MIRIA} STR R, Dated this 10th day of July 1950 on 7
ille in inu es Qualified Administratrix of the Estate Sed. ALBIE BRATHWAITE | “CLOTHIERS OF DISTINCTION”









of Lewis Oliver Yarde, deceased. for Applicant

Your skin has nearly 50 million tiny seams 21.6.50.—4n.| To A. W. HARPER, Esq., e
and pores where germs hide and cause ter- Police Magistrate,
rible Itching, Crac xing, pospine, Anne District “C’”*
Burning, Acne, Ringworm, Psoriasis, N.B.—This application will be cor
Blackheads, Pimples, Foot Itch and other For Sale=Contd. sidered at a Tc ensing Gourt ta. be
blemishes. Sa ceca nts, ste Only held on July 24th 1950 at 11 o'clock
temporary relief because they do not 2 4 * . ist. “C
the germ cause. The new discovery, Nixo- a.m., at Police Courts, D Cc







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; 7 = PLASTIC RAIN COATS—In white, A. W. HARPER, ° ¢ ¢
si AUT eat ES EE seit atone wat cuae green, pink, blue, maize $4.80 each. Police Magistrate, District “Cc” o Ve Ori
tive, smooth skin in one week, or money | The Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street 12.1.50—1n bl, TH n lS Vt,
back on return of empty package, Get 9.7.50—3n



z ne derm from _your chemist
paspuceet Daren . today and re- POOLE POTTERY—Now on display HARRISON COLLEGE

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of skin | assortment of hand decorated tea and ENTRANCE EXAMINATION vehicle i . We are your Fordson specialists, and do
For Skin Tronbles «.ubi. 1/9 coffee si vases, cigarette boxes and ‘he Entrance Examination for can- De riment | cle in to us y . . tl
ash trays together with beautifully|didates whose names have been listed | the job thoroughly at low fixed prices. Let us also tell you
modelled animal figures and sea bird |for consideration for pAimission to Har- T k ith th ir big ies
wall plaques. See them at C. F,|rison College, in September, 1950, will tbcinci ‘ Trucks wi C1 bodi >
HARRISON & CO 12.7.50—3n, | take place as follows: has Bnav Popular all about the latest Thames 4 1 y ill be
Conciente eae flee —| BOYS UNDER 10 YEARS OF AGE eputation for semi-~ control, etc, rou Wh
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Draws Game With W.L.

\ D. Brookes, Livingston
Defy Tourists Bowling

hire 242 was foil rwed t at y
West Indies declaration of ‘109 |
for 4 after rain had interfered—|

Set to get 252 to ) avoid defeat the}

ale on the econd _ olso|} L J
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ncitey the 1928 game score
Leicestershire 208 and 198)
9 declared; West Indies 271}



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WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts. dec.) — 43] Gr.ffith and Leary Constantine did in k ode f
some fine bowling in this game 30 a sha de
Le each taking 4 wickets in the inches wide
NORTHANTS 252 (and for 1) 206 County’s first innings.
NORTHAMPTON, July 11 _In 1933 rain washed out the
Despite rain during the lunch interval to- day which] ate 100 cf Wien Cnemes bess. Per yard | 59
made the pitch awkward for a while, ueenatptenanis ley got 60. Leicestershire replied bs aeemmeed e

easily forced a draw with the West Indies touring team
here. The county batted splendidly when forced to follow
on 179 runs behind and when the game ended they were
27 runs ahead with 9 wickets in hand.

with 295 in spite of Martindale
with 4 for 89 and “Puss” Achong

“ithe West Indies had scored 243 DUNLOP RUBBER

for 8 when the end arrived.

Another drawn game. y
And so too in 1939. West Indies SHEETING
led off with 182, and Leicester- J

shire put up 206 in reply with
Martindale taking 5 for 67 runs.

In their second visit to the middle
the West Indies had scored 314 for WHITE Per yd $1 98 RED per yd $1 63
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ttack was tered in a second
wicket partnership betweer
Brookes and “Jock” Livingston,
ses Rh ear ride coreaeiniliie drawn, leaving a fourth fixture
Livingston reached 50 in 55 min SOUVENIR = scramble which % = . - - —— unfinished.
utes and the partnership passed rounded up the Second Test “a recs WHT bese. other paeteeh ;
00 in 75 minutes ends with Walcott getting the WEST INDIES PI A Y peer atter is game wire
: stumps. Skipper Goddard ean vi t . est aoe Sa ° gh irc
ae ina} LEICESTER TODAY “Injuries are taking their toll 0.
Ss 0 é . ‘ Ss a , .
One huge l by the Austr | and while Skipper John must
‘ Vat il landed in an ad nurse his team carefully he will
vling green where play Ti The West Indies touring cr'ck- ings took the score to 238 before no doubt do his best to notch ye
a p while the ball wa iompson Jeters ive reached and passed)Warner was stumped for a wel! another victory. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
etrieved. Altogether the unbrok ° jthe halfway mark of their fixture] played 113 Ollivierre went on Will the rein take a hand once
en stand axige d 144 in 110 minute R t jeard in England, and to-day they] to complete a brilliant 159 and the again in this fixture?
Livingst« making 81 it tha e ains open their eighteenth game against] W. I. collected 386. We hope not cae weeniecndrsane
period | iting 2 sixes > asd 10 fours y ae hire This proved more than enough +B.M. — —
Brookes was also sound against Crown W. E. Astill, bowlingehis spinners] for the county players who were — ee
an attack varied by seven bom ‘at Kensington for the 1926 M.C Cc dismissed for 80, and 219 by some | ~~ i = aS — SS
ers He batted three hours five |team brought us the breath of} fine bowling by Woods and Bur-
minutes and hit 9 fours, mostly HANLEY, Staffordshire, July, 11 | Leicestershire, the county Geary,| ton ENING ) RELIANCE FREEZERS
ith well placed drives. Durmg Billy Thompson, from Hickle-} Sidwell and Dawson, and which Capt. E. L. Challenor, a brother | :
Mae «=the morning, the last three County}ton Main, retained his British) was once captained by C. S.}of George Challenor, turned out 1 and 2 GALLON SIZE.
D. BROOKES first innings wickets fell roe 37. pao weieh * hana aug Dempster the New Zealand bats—| for the County in the 1906 game, | — ALSO --
Gomez, very accurate with his off}he defeated Tommy McGovern of | man, when the West Indies ‘ost by aj gy . MAIZE AND CORN MILLS
breaks, brought his figures for the Londo, of pointe over 15 a Games with Leicestershire have} marzin of 25 runs. Ticeatiethixt FRIDAY. July 14th nigger ES pe ;
y. a innings to 4 for 51. nere tonsgnt. always been very keenly contest-| batting first scored 274 and the ICE SHAVERS.
County Cricket |" cores’ prove * tne swuvorn| Thompson fought a great stra-|eq andthe West. Indies nave a| Weet indies replied with 42 of] QB 1S SHORT bur sweer a ee ee ee oe
eighth wicket partnership after] tegic battle, in fact one of the best |sirigte win to their credit to date.| which Lebrun Constantine made
This was in 1900, on their first] 92 The County rattled up 318 : ; }
itely he came on with his off +e Belt om own propery visit to England They lost the] in their second innings iririe tne Established | HERBERT Ltd Incorporated
LONDON, July 11, breaks he had Jakeman caught by son an "i s title in 1947 ar Hiatt, 1906 engagement, and since then] West Indies 351 to make for vic- 1860 ° ° 1926
At Birmingham, Warwickshire|Goddard at silly mid-off atter defended it in May 1949 ® There rain has always interfered to pre-|tory. Not a whit dismayed our 10 & 11 Roebuck Street.
beat Middlesex by 10 wickets;}/that batsman had been at the! otha doubt that after the fourth |Vemt an outright decision. Four|jlads made a gallant bid, the last
Middlesex 200, (Robertson 89,] Wicket for a total of two hours for aor oth champion was "on top, |Sames, 1923, 1928, 1933 and 1939| wicket falling at 326.
epee, © tor $7) any 181 (Sharp |e ick eats Williams ai cov Twenty-six-year-old McGovern, | Were left drawn T’was a gallant defeat.

Garlick gave ; p A ’
erpoint a catch the next over fram| terrier-like, rugged, plucky and

Gomez, and Fiddling was bowled letermined, tried to make every

by Worrell to end the inning

not out 65). Warwickshire 341,
(Dollery 185)

At Nottingham, Yorkshire beat
Nottinghamshire by an innings
and 124 runs; ae 502
(Hutton 153, Wilson 142 ster
89), Nottinghamshire 292, (hard.
staff 78, Stocks not out 70 Lead-
breaker 6 for 96) and 86 (Lead-
breaker 5 for 66, Wardle 4 for 17)

At Llanelly, Seperesn: Glou
cestershire match drawn; Glam or-

The 1900 game was memorable| Since then the other games were



from the fact that C, A. Ollivierre] all unfinished. In 1923, Fer.-
and P. F. (now Sir Plum) Warner,/ nandes of British Guiana became

attack at close quarters after. He Z is
who opened the West Indies inn- the third West Indian to hit a

: Ss le. s off breaks with! Worried Thompson constantly with
Gomez bowled his off breaks ,|\wo-fisted onslaughts, but the
persistent accuracy in gaining

15—51—4 champion usually managed to slip

: : jout of danger, and then with long
lefts followed by a short right
piled on the points.—Reuter.



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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. 1950 ii.\nn\nos .\nvor Ml I'M. I ll\l Barbados At Oxford By A Correspondent JOHN HAGGIS, the English artist who camo out i on location with ihe "Christopher Col i film unit and whoso work many Barbadians will rvcollect inggnej HI the "iif-man show of hii work bold hern undoi Ihe auspices of the British Council, is ihowiiu tomo <>t that landscapes he palmed whilst in Barbados at Blutkhall. the Oxford premises of the British Council. Mr. Haul* has been particularly fascinated by the very pjuntabli' qualities of the old windmills ci Barbados which he presents wit/i a loose, yet vigorous handling ot oil paint. Outstanding amongst the Barbados section of his Oxford one-man show is "Flamboyant Tree-Barbados", showing us the brilliantlypaint* .i foliage of a ricn geranium hue looking as though an outsize oriflammo had been gaily flung Into a tree by some vivacious gardener This Joyous, burning colour Stands out all the more pknoi h i n g tru j quite close to it in the Oxford exhibition bl the i lever I \ contrasted "Source o( the Hiv. Hvita", a painting of the IM-BM and chill blue and grey colour of far-away Iceland which picture also serves to give *ome indication of Mr H.... treatment of a wide variety of subject matter. Sweepstake Reaches $34,408 T ilt BARBADOS I I 11 Mil. is now selling Series TT for their Mid-Summer sheoen Up to the present the First Prize for the 2 Sweep is $34,408.00. but -till a month to go befora the Races. Some people believe that before the races the B.T.G. will be Milling the ireble series, that beginning from Series AAA. The First Prize for this Mid-Summer > expected lo be well over that ..I 1 Mid Summer Meeting 'pill; UKLAMtRE LAND i YOt'TH Movement Sporti Club are trying to make preparations to tour Antigua this y for tho purpose of representing ihe youth of Barbados in a number of games. The Committee of the V M S r .ire .isking for donations to help them and will also welcome other gifts such as old cricket gear, footballs, etc DASTOK EABX JENNINGS JL PARCHMENT has arrived in Barbados accompanied by hi uife ami two children to join the Adventist ministry. Pastor Parchment is a native of Jamaica and a graduate of the Mandevillc College there. Pastor A. A. Ward, who for the past 11 years was connected with the office of the Leeward Islands Conference of Seventhday Advcnttsts, is en route to thi United States \dherc u world of Se'.enth-day Adventists is to be held in San pTftncfcfco Adventists. according to the latOlt church statistics, are carrying on work in 228 of the 282 countries of the world. This Is conducted in 705 languages and of them they have printed literature in 195 languages. At the San Francisco Conference the progress of the work of the church In all the world during the past four years will be reviewed and plans laid for the future I N THEIR MATCH against St Mary's Old Boys' Association at the Princess Alice Playfield. Tamnrose made 92 for the loss of seven wickets. Best 32 not out and Taitt 22 were the beat scorers. V, r Si M.i.'s Old Boys' W Grannum took three for 15 and D. Browne four for 22. The match will cntinuc on Saturday P ATIENTS AT St. Peter's Almshouse will be able to hear Concert given at the Almshouse at 7.45 o'clock to-night by the Police Band under ("apt Ralson. MOBILE CINEMA will give a Show at Oldsbury Plantation yard to-night for the benefit of residents of the Oldsbury area of St. Philip. T HE ST MICHAEL S GIRLS' SCHOOL Speech I);.\ will take place at 4 o'clock this evening. His Excellency the Governoi and Mrs. Savage have consented to be present. His Excellency will address the Girls and Mrs. Savage will distribute the Prizes and Certificates. Both Red: %  How 'Constructor* Wat Saved Ami "Devil's Hole" A Grevsei Tells the Story "' Ml %  %  • : %  %  -it up in %  a bunk %  on* ; tho member* LMO-b | off Grenada -.. Advocate yottfOU | %  i th1 when 1, deck the rough and the Coaeti thai time carrying 30 torn 10 h:• hold The crew did no: i al! passenger quiet when the* wren told what had h.ippenea. %  • %  Hop. I %  • • Whi-n r;ill! oa to do • 'k tlW niKinr room on I deck gangs voluntccrad wholei I' K VJ ;. w Ran, %  '•naduui K i" ; Soil '""•'""•' *hlch ran r MM a I ih. Rm ,man\ in.li Larceny Case Kails At Juh Assizes LESLIE REDMAN and U I i; of Grand & His Ho I AH. in Collymorg ChtH Justin, Who is ill % %  %  hargtd with the Court 1 %  1 %  old them thai I guilt) retui Other Subjects Amongst the other Barbadian subjects showing are "Shipyard— The Santa Maria," a study of construction work on the repuca used for the "Christopher Columbus" film, in which a very aUractivu coppery tllow of light is skilfully captured by the painter, "Coast Near Holetown" and "Landscape Barbados" both of which, also in the oil medium, are marked by strong composition showing Mi Haggis's innate BtnslbUiU lu design, the colour matching in strength and variety, and is cleanly handled as are all Inpain:; Also in this Barbados group are some boldly executed charcoal drawings. Including "Quayside. Bridgetown" and "The Old Town. Bridgetown" the latter, with Its simply drawn old buildings ano deftly placed figures, being particularly notable. With xkill equal to that by which he gets the sunny look and feclinit of Barbados on to canvas Mr Haggis impresses the stark. yet haunting beauty of Ic el a n di c landscapes, the rolling; seemingly boundless fells of the Yorkshire Dales country with if: sunlit limestone farms and barn*. country In which the painter himself has his origins, the picturesque painters-paradise qualities of romantic Cornwall, th richness of the Severn-sida Oloueeatershlro landscape and the leafy softness of Hertfordshire where he now lives. Mr. Haggis also ventures Into Constable's Flat ford country of Ihe Suffolk and Essex bord. lightftil pastoral aubjocti the handling of which certainly reflect no discredit on him for following *uch distinguished footsteps. Portraits There are also in the exhibiti. %  evend portraits of distinctive quality and a chalk sketch of heartedly and did all in Ukd DOW i tO make the i i comfortable On Jui • U te -hip had urn aground UV %  one" steamed the Cm %  *tor A Warrant 11 lion In 1 P c in* | 14 he Hi : I Jones. H ... ; 1 th.' warmii' ti %  .„*hter n:\ Ited '.'. % %  i ....1 in the e Stottot charneii H Ullnj Bi root I day ol thi Exhibition fie T" them a small child The next daj started to work on the l for. Thera all leakage by Number 4 hatch and a hole on the port All the fresh tanks "ni' amptii after tho powerful pumps of the "ffeacii had boon He said that ha in na bo Quickly these I hen thOBf %  I OCCUf "' ih whan UH rough that • smaU booi "ly cap ol iod ai *' flai To assist In the refloating thi i,mks which wane i nil Ailed i i %  -x.esstud removed. H ikl It was aboul n ., h hard work that the pulled thi* stranded r>i ntraeioT oul of danger Bpi ak Inn about he life of %  these ship-!, he said thai tho tooo and one generall) works In case and safety, He has l>een s greaser for eight id ha: lOtOgnlaad UM sea ns hi* living. Being one of the members ,( the crew whl.li v iftor ih. itrandlng he awaiting another opportunity 10 work on one of these Canadian ships. DELEGATES RETURNING Mr M A <* Thomii. ] % %  of the Co Commerce and Mi Bynoe, delegates of the Chamije of Commerce to the meeting of the Incorporated Chan Commerce held in Trinidad ihi week ne expected tO 1 Bai Between I ti rectloi i %  • with hli of Hall's prasenl when Re %  To Mr. Waleett %  i; | eye b i i %  %  .. M | •. • 0 .. ir wo lid have pfc he I 4 James Ching who is probably \h painful but when Consciously striven after is damnable. Those who saw Mr. Haggis' Barbados show will. I think agree with me that his outstanding attribute is his ability to catch tin radiance < %  ( sunlight and transfer it triumphant^ on t i canvas. This Oxford exhibition hialreadv attracted visitor, from the West Indies. Persia. Irak Iceland. India Holland. France. g Itai i land* Sweden. Denmark Norway. Portugal. The United States, China and Cyprus and Hen* will doubt'ess be more countries represented before the show concludes. One of the interested viewers has been. Mr. Hugh Paget. MA. the Area Offie the English South Midlands MCtion of the British Council who in charge al Oxford and Wll comes from an old Jamaica [amlH -ussing the question of the fed* lum of the We-t Lndfc House of \ssvmbly Adjourned r ion, st Mli I %  %  | | • i %  %  Redman end Bthei | Hi Iind %  BW Ri-d stoop anil pick Up Me lob* Ri half Of Ih. I H %  I I About i 10 p m in* d P.C Eh-di %  %  n %  To Bu> FruM %  t %  ) % %  I . Tudor Stn %  ConneU'i I %  frni He took i u paid for II e fnnt \'-for the fun! he placed thi him fo i the wallet lie could at i 'urncd to i i. Btraei 1 to the Can%  r c Cut i ... K< t he s h It. A 1 At thi ^ : Reeea ihi juri ind i' Hon i ... ihem ( % %  ratura ;. verdlet of "not eultty" tUafesi Woiniilinc in the second Indlctt %  % %  I Ha> Donald Carow anponred on ol woundln. Uleyno wll* mtenl Ul mi: . Pioaaestlon in ti"' case against i as am hrtt in the %  She sniil that h-p othei Dal %  Caraw was ;P l irew .i u 16 i n i knocked Her Me howir I thej nsugni nt t,> her mother Win was lying %  ; t to thi r and srtil* her Bad Her in her head %  lor lo "" %  '" 1 Ihe G i i [nhin ,i %  wai ut 1 wnp wai .luring the light but when hei Ul She did no" i %  used te itab her T Mr Sfalaattl The fight through Mel' :•:( fi u ul.; I i 18-ycai v.iii.r told m \ in was not U Only Nine Turned Up THI %  • . H huh held ej preen Bpaakai whan th .. I %  ker ad it until II noon aootl Tuen a] \ii ;. v all 0 T AUdei Mi f E altUar; Mi R I Mr A E s Lewis; Mr T O Bryan. Mr. M E. Cox. Mr F 1. id Mr Sneakei hi Dosslt i 1 1 i ,,.i km Cummins, Medical ..... examined Alloyne Shi NO MORE GREY HAIR AFRICAN MIXTURE h H bo ul*! n^ll il p'oftttad %  II A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING A.u-taft* m 4 lonrf, HIM BOOKER'S < ll.li h.ulos) DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STREET. BRIDGETOWN M.nfKturM b r f lOUTKR LTD St AIM try FLEUR0IL BRIUIANTINE Maktt l/i* kair toft and f tony Sold in 1 SUM MMdiMi. Eng. (lid. tsSS .4// Members Should Attend Council Meeting Th.it ;tii oMMnhora "i th • %  Oonui %  !" invited t.> attend the t the CouneU ^i use Chamnt i in listen :.. the dlsouallow a > b.anmng the matteei h a ben the Council hoh th. mnnthlj :-. %  ling win. I lakes plane on July ifl Tins w.i". among ihe suggf Uons naafki bj Mi the last Annual ing he mode thai will all tared h) Ihe CouneU an I wcomoi %  thi Isuu Wishing to Join >!>•' t h.niil-i i raq rod '< %  reside hen for two year* before aloctlon rolaaas Froan all contmls ol itenv In rrae tunnbj frosn ihe Btorllni .ue... and n>>lack ol oonimern tho eastern aide, rood -hyped away for ;. '• l-ut it is still open to tramc The road leadlnit from Haiti r .,ALKS X-|MATCH|B<-cc.b.. C^HM \J Bandmaster <-r the si OlU Boys' School, reported that th< rchool was broken and entered between the 7lh and 9th of thimonth and two cricket bats and two ball* removed They are valued $20.18 and belong lo th '<; %  --'' K IAMT1I <,IW>!)kTDGK of TaUl i ngo WH taken to the O" eantly %  hand He wa and ouicl Coodri'i.-' hlcycle. was involved in an accident wit' owned an.) driven In Bl '" I Williams of Lttons Hill The bleyele an damaged Speaking at the TeIe|hone anil but extren> deiri..! Trust 24th Annual Con-[added 252 stations, makliii ral meeting in l^ndon, Sir;total Of 3.Vo2 ll end of the year It is pleasing to rn le I i, the i attract UM I from outside i a ires 1 %  %  i %  %  i deal must operate u> th%  (if the IMands. without drawing upon i-d BriUah Alexander Roger. Ita Issuingang Director ^.ai.1 that large capital • spi i dlturs was planned fee 1949 .ind 1950 by the Telephone %  in .lamaica. Trinidad nd Tobago, and Bai %  hlch we ai K 1919 nearly [600,000 %  %  %  lad i] the Trust i rovldii %  temporary loans which, in ac-Jvhlch is provide! I %  <'i re, wai in' replace I in das 01 urne ., . oi new i i '*•.'.•+*.;•*•,•, RODNEY COMES ON FRIDAY The l.au> Kudney will be U riving from Canada on PrlOB] Il .vim. the %  ."'in %  vanlng foi st Vincent, Orenads %  ir %  I British i;. i in.' ;,t. I". b No. ? Ben 1 ?S Re* eg. Itesinald BraUiwalte Dafffj hi Bassan No N Beat *i Alfred Lewis TIIUkSDAV No. Bl Rex v*. Krk ThornpM>n A Arnett Browne No. 16 Re v* Wlnmton Drake* 1..130 to 13.540 IssueOverstibserihed PbUowlng upon the local issue of B.WI $MH>,000 (fl04,l7) five ... | Cl| • .. pri r. it par in 1948. lo which 1 re(:i' year, a further I ^1,300.000 (fJU.M %  I %  i from B %  as, st !. %  mdlcatei : by West InehV b : %  %  .ffgfs/ #• tuii-f fht* f#lg#*r / Mupptffi§$ff if"" with • *# th€ fitlloti i*i*i MaVttfM* I t'hirten V.%V.V.V.V.VVs"^a"s •Ji 7 ST AMUUVEDA FRESH SHIPMENT OF PURINA POULTRY CHOWS W*&& %  Get Your Supplj traso . H JASON JONK8 A i '• %  DUtrlhntori • Alki-Saiuar t i %  aasssl (roro asBSBghj %  o mnn A*Uiaarstr drop eaa or two tablsfes an a s>" of water, watch it 0B— drink It. Alka-Seltzer BTAMDARD VANOUAHO 66 i. i< %  li., JTANDA1 %¡ II -' MCK-UP ... I CAR UUMPH Bl .^loon T ,„ Lown 38 h P fpai-r Saloon. This i. -i*ctd 111 3 II CHELSEA GARAGE 11950, LTD. :%  : ,i; ; ~-i'W--i ? d father bul he would no leoottse thej son wife she left nun and wen! Inl the hi as Hi hi srd hei u hut tin I ..it hei S na i .mi bai k o it i>! Ihe 1 lo him Doreen and Myrl wen throwing i durtni tl llghl Uel WorroU was the ballad % %  %  %  %  i i which Mi Was i the i n. Ha Hon during his summing up, told Jury thai the evident i m VIEW CIIKST HOUSE IIAST1M.S. II\I:II\II.IKXCFLM.NT I 1 1S1NK FfM.V KTOCKKO IIAR RATFS: S5.0D per lUi • upwarda (Induilve) Apnl) Mrs. W. S. HOWKI.I, Only ONE bicycle in llif world carries ibis murk of perfection Tbt Kumbfr irJmrk ] U your guarantcr of buing qualiiy. AIM •ppraraitc* ml u on vailed iirn|ih Ttit Vo.ld'i Wad In %  im WIT Li. >. If itinn .ihit nurk ot dMnnttion Kii.i on rut oii..i a oiNuinf uunair stsHis ^ os u'lio ssse .'/.•. %  .'.','.',-,',','/,',',','.','. %  ,'/,>.', %  /,','/, -,'. %  .' So Hoped edgrt wdh errb'Oideiy Six* SIM 10 ft 12 ft l.ruliil 4f SII.X1 Jj fCJ Wreaths W*-Vl p JUI A S3 ^Jt^kt^S^ CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. 11, 12 I 13



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PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY JILY 12. 1* CaJiib galling S IR CI K C M G Head i ( D• Welfare British of U) I ran Commlaslon I B.G. Al %  %  %  led a meeting of the Caribbean Commlwn In Martinique in Dmiiieu... 1.1 one *ve T Father and Son |H ALFRED ST >N1 %  .idad > %  Mng i i 'H W I .\ Mi -• % %  i about two Rupert will onll 1*%  about if" da) Mi Btom ..:%  %  Spain Con"""-.'!'-!' %  ecu Rupert who La aria. Behlumber %  ger's in C arac a l ha* just returned from a two n Mexico and thr US one week In Trinidad befoi rornimj Thev .inboth RockLcy. Mr. S'onc ha* a daaafhb Convent Something New! I I'NDf HSTANI) thai in |h Brtdgatown Playoi produeUon, they will i-e Introduc IIIK • new faaliin la Uie Theatre, KOmcthing which is at DP v.-rv popular in America instead of COD from thr walk down the aisles, up the steps ami on* tha I I ...ii gg DV< i la Barbados remains to beseen but 11 cai %  f direct of lha aa*> piui Left By Gaecogne Trinidad inns on Holiday rlnlon C-..II..,. I... M %  M 1SS K !""" E '^"^ night by thr fin., ..<;.• hi Enit,'*''"" "'"," ""'""I' land Hcv O.l.lm.,,, will al*> b.•*' "'""' '" -l*nd b loavln, Barbadc. chortly n,. %  '•'k"mual I. Irovt. for Jamaica on mday to '"" "'• take up a temporary appointment "< %  %  ' there, He will then join Mrs. UilWay MB, Lumsden Coldinan in England Corona Club noli M AufUlt Holiday, W .T1I :.. 1 ..(| i ilread* m >^ed down %  ii. • %  er* havmonth ially those with i %  ildren make August "a %  th" to be at Bathsheb< School children from the neighbouring islands will, of course, be leturmng home, but August is also the month when (nan) Trii.idad. T! G and other W I Motors. This yeai Mill i aktcs>uoa, Returned From U.K. Holiday -> '. M KING Had MM Arthur of "Lei..:..:.' [ %  ino Hill, returned from their dha' holiday in the United Kingdom on Monday by the Cotttca Th<> win friend* in Edinburgh and also I D| 'lie time in London Sunken Treasure I F A LARGE part of IL i UN wound up In o crashed submarine In waters eft Jamaicathat possibility will be thoroughly explored In a movie to 1-e made In Jamaica, "Sunker Treasure." Hoi an Praston will star In thai thriller about a sea captain turned diver, who finds tha tree uao* ihi loot aj iviMy U Miller did. There'-, quite a story hm "I • project: "Sunken Treasuie" will be the first <>f 12 films produced by James Rurkeit under vear exclusive franchise granle-t to Jack Hern.an. both MB Of the Klngswnod Film Company Talent ipolting l.i London is Mr. Lester Cutler, executive of the Kmtfswood Film Company 111 Jamaica He is there to sign uu an English actress to play the female lead opposite Robert PresLolKliiv' Mis, Lumsden will b<* '" ''Sunken Treasure" Does staying with them down there Ml \ Cu t,er h !" CJ ld 1 *„ h lhc Also arriving on Monday from i u ?. ky ljdv wl D *? W J %  *•• %  Trinidad were Mlu CvrihiH' ,u P rn F'mme ahead of Itf and M R. KENNETH W. BLACKgSg whll J ht ., c t „ r ;(t oul oll( we ,h.ll consider^ ever, OCbT I1URNE. newly-i-vpoliit. A va J h an ,, Ml „ -vr lltm! rinnina ,or v,,rv P |c1ui • "<* **M ntl Governor .,! .h, u-,,,, Wl ^m i-or, ofXln?^ho p,^" ,0 %**• M ""p ^SZH tucceasaon to Lord llaldwin. fcprnd „„ ^^' S u|*? Mar." Todd i,nd Jean s, n>n">"-" e. Worthing M RS E COI.DMAN. Rev A T. Coldinan of Cod• SIR i.l .11:1.1 •Ml. K( M <. loft yesterday morning 1 1 l>. 1111111:1 l>v 11 r. Airv. ijn Hi U ptetured ban HI hi my to %  II.K.I. Kadi* PrnjiraBar IBM -. '* 11 1 1?. Its* T m TIW N.; 1 10 a m New* %  .> ' . Tom ). %  .. r.t.. : 4S - Cn>M>llv a**.'^ I %  n> man Usa I III m Pi-mmiv •l. S I* m Word -rrf WorMllp. IliB hfM' *ei.ti i.-.t. Ira ^ in caat p m UUJIIC (ar i.i1 11 s^.i... 1 p m The World of Hinii I p T>r N.*,.. 2 i p m M. %  %  Brliam III pm Sprt *vir. :". Pavilion rl|)fr> 1 4* m Th Bkld KM. 1 (.., nr*c sintnui onh-ir. • piThe Hewa, Ulp TIW DH> II 1 II, A.i"lU— Im.-rt.i.l >.niw Pamir. S ** B n tin 1 Hum Jaa* Piano lor Pkriauic. (30pm lvr from I i*" .1. S--... : 10 p 111 Nrw IS T M p in Cnrkvt Kvpnr ... A 1 M lwrv1hlr. 110—7 4 V in Ciiri *r JPalk U Honiii. Mood', the Jiiuiaiii fhulflut. I V I" Radio Nif*l: • I* p . Mla *••* TaU %  0 p r' lnlam^lHmal Urtrd%  Hid. I * P m tr-tarludr. Horn ihrBdllot MU. • p m \ (.i.ml Koleh pm I—I 10 i tliidf. la lo | USrsVAI. in lhc daus o/ short-liair sl V le: Ihese shoulder-'en Ht ft eliallenues lo failm thinks I'atrtri nnd fancy ruf ar Sally Ann Howe tin psaMMr "inn 'l/le. : M0 111 at the umiu.il Cotonlal Bat vice dinner held in London Ins! week. The Colonial Secretary ..re Travellers Tales ,n the tui %  iu.,1 thON pieveni .^^(AVELLER'S TREE", a book |iK-ludi Lord Milverton and Mr I John Swtale, MiWO,, ol BUU ,', % %  '. %  ";'. % '.'"'"'. ""Li"'": for Colonial Aflaira. Mr. Rlackburne has just relinquished hla duties as Director of Information at :iie Colonial Ofltca, ai turning his nttontion to hLs new poat Hi' b nol oxpoi h d u> come out to the Leeward.*, though III) September. Lucky Break T RINIDAH ACTOR FltANK SINOUINEAU has |nflt had a lucky break Ii.. is pla.nu: m Noel Coward's new show "Ace of Spader" which begin ai the Cambridge theatre In London last %  --k Racontl) ha ha had part some of ihe top llritish sVctltMom bill minuur has It that Raatl Court, one of the youngest prettiest of the J. Arthur Rank •tatwill get the part bean und tVnlral Amen-.i. U Mr ciiller. also said that part shortly to IMpublished in London two of his mission is MiUni dk by John Murray's. Author is 35trlbution ageiiU in England for Var-oU Patrick Ix-igh-Kcrmor. Klngswood Films We are goim; A Second Look NORFOLK. Engla %  c took in Pi Inoa Marga up %  Royal Norfblfc • hlon* ler ra .1 pink silk dress featuring .1 pectaculai %  -i pad bodloa Tha ctirfafJ oai klliw conttiwad In vraii ptni area down the elbow-lcngthed irlnajm laavi Toppad by U was a hat chapiil like a \ikin^ helniei. made ol win!. With wings on aacJ BOOM IN BELLS MORADABAU Bells In all siiea, from dinner gongs to church bells, are bein; lurned out here lo meet a growInk United States demand. Mora dabad bells are among the world'i best and foundries are workin; overtimo to lill order*. — (CP) Rupert and Miranda—W • hitevo'i thi iniiiai •h< bilk brjf. "YWvf gw h*t you aiMtd. luvf n 1 ru Vou r in a osluc nd v*> o"">i; to Pf,nt..:" "yes." sob. M.rind*. bui sh< aw '•' d ,. 1 w *" h,n *" .. Mi.i'vaa recking too and hoor. Oh. deaf. Id W. -houih! ind mojairg. Ciaod gfKiOU.. ol laal hippraing. Haptn :r** tht BO.M to %  cup,ojrd. ind h gseilT opens tha dooi. Insuk. 10 hi* aMoonhnwnt. h %  • doll* ol |B hapr. and n p-l*d high on v*fy *h I Md PLAZA Wed t Th U r.-5 h 8 30 p-n %  4 Shirley TEMPLE '•> •'THAT UAGEX UIHI." %  Jag lora, WAVTJK -nd DVKEthr Mt..l. Hon. Iff "MAI \TEU UOIM" r.id*y llh 'FKIHTEK SQUADRON .Terhracolo.t Ecillna STEAMER HOTEL EDINBURGH A vteamslup will be u flnntin. hotel for 100 members of a Danish 0ff< haatra scheduled to play Bt tha Edinburgh Festival this ; August l A (Mambari >!. UATINIZ TO-llAV it I pm NlfiilT a TOHORHOW NIGHT J • ut -ci(rn mid IU.rti.. in "HE'S MY GUY" -mi lili'h ftm.v ruzzv KMUJii Patrick D.S O O B E A member of to make a real success of the Traveller' Uuh in London, he said, "and we want to m\ as JM hi peni much of hi. lime In widta market as possible for, the Balkans, and is soon to visit our dims" Discussions are In Igala He says the island progress at the moment, hut unul he hk.il loM in the West Indies everything is signed und sealed! im Oranada "Tiavi-iiei--. Tree/* Mi Cutler is not prepan I 1illusiialed with Mill" v.i. r.i.xl announce the name of his ager.ts. I photographs. With British Embassy On Long Leave M ISS IKIKKI N I'AVNK. ,t.ii|:li..,. „ t, ,.f Mn •'. Ii Payrw |if H %  BARTON. Assistant Of Pine Road, who arrived hete on "*Coloiu..l Se, iel.„-x M,|: in RNHIX Stralegem and Daap ,, Jlnd to SWand a hoUday with I"" -'iid their two children were are the Roots when those two i„ ir mother and n-lalive.. Icfl vesamong the passengers leaving piaya. **" ,n ""' .P 1 0 .""""?!? lerday for Puerto Rieo by II W 1 A. fcnrbados on Monday by the GaaFrank Is in his late thirties. He m transH to the U.S.. where she eagne en route to Englari went to England In 1346. and has i( „.„ h lh) British Kmbjis-v in noUQa) Mr. Barton Is on s| x Washington. months' long loavs been the BY THE WAY //> II1.M HI 'MUM S INCE the Profasaor Moctabbtn, champion iwiychologist. wrote his eight-vohin.r bn on the secret thoughts of worms, and came to no conclusions at all at the end of the task, the subject has been neglected Bui recently an Ann 1 1 thologisl has settled down lo watch worms for M* months, ra m a box. The bog COBlalns earth and the j.adget to administer an atactrii .shirk with a separata toute leading to each. If. says he. the vorrna choose the route to the earth, it will prove that they think, if they march straight foi the electric shock, it will prove that they don't think On the ar.swer u> this quattlon win depend, etc., etc etc. Any worm who chooses tin1 lectl it month* on and 11 p .1. 1 %  , 1 al ol 1 .,. ,. less little rascal, or one with a pt rveras taste rot slaetrlt Uiv mmiziiifc ttr. Khulmrli A CLIENT or Di whether that dOetat really deal with all the questions he Is asked Certainly, lie ha* a staff of 3.000 to sort. till in 1 III 1 line, and he I"" his 1 ei sou,ii attention to every problem howevei trivial it may asm. %  'I -nth a peak that many people run consult him before bolUng an egg %  a billion on .1 hirl Fverythini: is psychological." d Rhubarb yesterday, "And heard of Thraodgold'i Thorogrti Rhubarb %  '' ll y w the Hag on nazing .,,..1. their building. Did it make rou hi ',-IMIM IMV I' nlrT Mr. Ilowlem: l\..,l -mn I eep me socks up. Sus-pender< Lurst en ma Biring urts. Elasterte banns burst on me. like me falher btfora DM ( ... hlr..mill Please dliswei qua 'mn. Did that flag Influence your sock-life*' Mr Ilowlem: It mad,. KM trj tuckln' in thlop*, but the *ole Ining fell down again. Snapdrlver: Yuu saw 'he ilug %  1 etton Me." 1'r.Kli of 1 cry 1 What Is he l ttoetOJ MifasVi sWbllrnlnolocr, Mum[nti aartistl • Getting \mvhvrf klroarrol: Mi Ilowlem. von %  aid that you had never IhOUghl and l ,t >; ou ,,ldn,t b "y ,n '' garlerMr lloulem: If you 'ad fallei ""if. snj then burst yer braeai t>toopln' over to pull 'em Up, I sou *ad one 'and for ihe sicks god t'other lo 'old up yer trouser*. Idn't be gapln* at tie %  11: tiag. Ceckleearral: There is no poinl 1 all this Call the next aiUlg, I RlatignUatiah GLOBE TO-DAY & TO-MORROW 5 4 8.30 P.M. BUD ABBOTT aV cosfiuo PATRIC KNOWIES WILLIAM GARGAN Louise ALLBRITTON lnoirf (owai WiNitai Bmiii HIIIVKIIH Dae Parti* TaWina. G*nai Iggggj Stowl U'—r tVar. Stanl**Rot*** • t iJ — -I JM D-.it.d by LBLt C KtNION A UNIVEB3AI PICTUBt Piodi^di, A 1 .EX GOnLiEh IIOVAI. (Worth.ngi' To-day a. To-morraw 4.38 & 8.38 Action Packed Double George Raft in INTRIGUEand William lioyd as Hopalong 1.,-suly in THE MARALUEKS" I KIDAY N1TE at g.30 Madam O'LINDY A TROUPE in "CARACAS NIGHT" 1 iirnti To-day 4.45 p.m. Tkersaai tM & %  p> Hud Abbot I. L0 I "AFRICA SCKEAMS" Ta Nile al 8.30 Madam O'LINDY ATROUPE "CARACAS NIGHT" HO\Y hiilii & lo-morruu 4.30 i 8.30 p.m. ..i-G-MBig Double Wallace Beery. Tom Drake "THIS MAN'S NAVY" and "VALLEY OF DECISION" With (Irenorv Peck. — Greer Garon OLYMPIC: Today 4.45 a. 8.15 p.m. Ihursday 4.45 Only Final Inst RepublicS.ua! "DICK TRACY RETURNS" With Ralph Bvrd, David Sliarpe. Lee porde Thursd.y~Nlte at g.30 "CARACAS NIGHT" I. AIKTY (The Gmrdtn) ST. JAMES 11 aE L^'V^ MV l-'ll 1-.T I 'If it jA V H Xi It lt\ -g BECAME A IHIMI.XAL" with r-.A... HOWARD sail i.ltA. ana 1 11.1.it at *• uiA.xrs 1 TRXVOR—Alan HA IX Can an antiseptic lu!f> in htainix i~ %  minis heal nf their own accord whl n they ate kepi free from the gca ti cav .c; k Infection. To keep ttoiiml* in the hculthy contUtJon tbf healing, aurgeona have for years relied iip.m 'Dettol*. This ruthless l.bkinant*.Tlveiotouji,*nJlLck. CTZZu %  PUnjnuia Ten eah Gold-Toot" N rPea .... 1 c 1 pin cro IOH I**. aaioGSTOWN. oaa-aco* C CARLT0N BROWNE WboltaaV Retail Druidsl %  136. Roebork St. Dial 2813 ^ BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. DRINK MURRAY'S MILK STOUT "THE STOUTEST OF ALL STOUTS" MWMNG & CO.. LTD.—AgenU 'V-&oocc*-'



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H'fd ilfsdur. July 12. I o Barbaiws fluuncate i %  v r. I \ i s Yrar S4 N. KOREANS FORCE BACK U.S. TROOPS Holiday Camp Looks For £800,000 Butlin Seeks Dollars (From Our Own Corropundt'iit) ...„„ I.ONUOV July II. ^r.'.OTUTIONS I" And OUO.IIIHI for Ihr c.impl,ii,.n „i Ihe Bullin Holiday C.mp in the Bati&max are reported lo be proiircssinn in lxMidon. Brigadier Keilh Thurburn chairman of Bullin'-. (Bahamas) is believed lo be s,ekni B the money from a uroup outside the Drjvton iniere.l. who have already unk 0MMN in Ihe villaitr. If the new group puts up the money n will lake the I form of the first morluaie ilebenlure slock secured "ii Ihe Bahamas property I H may aUo aciulre %  wr MAM M r* 1 eouilv of the buallM ft ft irt A BKfifi "'" P'"* "" %  n'' jroup in Ihe ICp /lenCU [position ol bavin, nrsl claim. I 00 the Company .int. itprofits Frederick Ellis. Dally fcxprrw city editor says that if n I /••-• [don talks should fail. BriaariK't Victims | PBSTM? n %  "*"" In any event he will fly t.. Nev. York on Saturday to join Mi Bullin. who is cilreadv aeaa;ln| dollars lo complete_thr village M aa nt lPttO" say* Ellis, % %  interest being paid on £45o.ooh unsecured loan stock put up by Drayton interests is 5 per cent —a clue I lo the interest that will have tt>| be paid on any lint debenture Ellis adds that .is Hutlin left (or New York, he blamed Cilv ltm.ii iers for some of his troubles He is reported as savin* "Allaneiers in the (itv who were backing me had told m ohead. and that they'd mm the money needed to make the Vacation Village a big dollar earner "A little ungrateful." concludeElh"seeing that the fit* i.n.,1, c *" — Mr. Harold Drayton'* group — have put up more than half the Cl.750.000 spent so far" Asked For Fire ims i % % %  •.! OBI it.,, < •.-•*Df>< BELIZE. July || Governor Sir Ronald Garvev in hi* mid-day broadcast appealed for help to aid 105 victims of last ni* ,lrc '"' t su,n,,b ly caused by films in .i warehouse, completely hurtling out 13 houses, and verely scorching 6 otM The Governor announced that Committee has been formed to help as the Red Cross which immediately swungTnto action, will be unable to carry the whole reihlllty The Government has given $500 to help A Ren i s.ild the Society will ultima us Ion* as necessary Nine persons suffered burns, shocks % %  I cuts THE STATUE or OUR LADY ill PAT HA [ Ulld-M A %  1 • i %  The'no ti. Hi. i 1 in i lo att-'nd tin %  V ice %  i.d BUI u Ukea t. Verd.,, in Hi, p.n.h of 'lie Imi* nosrd who an u.llixro i |>roe*iioii ol -aijnd bases nom Bil 1-ieinli < nut only repulsed but w..s trans1 AJ1 %  tteal whuh i. still going on Ha refuted leftwini QQ. laatlona that the Secuntaction on Korea wai illegal be%  %  f one aci apti thli 11 %  "The Federation Ball h In The West Indies' Court Attlee Corrects Strachey i Prime Mtniatei i %  lo-day i ,-i.,,ill..i.,I ...i,;: words in Ihe speech 0| Wai Stracfaey on l Uw Biitu.h Commonwealth in u letter to the Time-.. U.Y Fund For Backward Areas referrtd lo oeuvre In f t dealt \"'i leal r undelno. %  .(* pranatioi %  % % %  %  %  %  %  I ,... >i\. and 1 %  hlmaal wrong AttJ IlilflC OUI .1 ll I Prance—-1 i %  in h atata mud be n ; , R. Reylr, %  Listowel Suggests Study Of Economic Prospects tKroiii Our Own toi re>|hiiidenl) LONDON Juh !i rhe British Govarnment should not decline i thair aliitude lo B.W I federation, but should wail ut.i ul huriajaturej have had tin--* to oonsidei it. 1 ggvs Lord Uato#i I In a letter to the Tim.-, i weal lodlgjig wuiilii ragard n Qovammenl pi nouncament at this moment ai u dt'lib.-raU' attempt |o i 'luence their representatives, and in effect might uell i > tha revarai l what was intended iid as %  ufhVleni that a 11 ll 1 then inmost give the v< MsaUUnee the} i further It" Lord Liatowai conaUtuIlonal future "f Indal paet ..f aconomli -i.ii.iiit-. Tinimp] %  %  nee < %  ( M-v. i in the region .. i • i.le ti ai GKNEVA. July 11 Mr. S.i n Ch|leti repreaeothe United H* I HI. mi.,nd Social Coum %  %  • %  %  ij i < v on .i mm %  imc form .( %  atan hall \ lor evonomu in underdeveloped areas Schnake dcelare.1 lie did not ' l M Aid should be extended Ut but some form ol help where capital cuuli 1 t*c the Governments throu| BOOdl The Chih Id ,.1-n he act up r.fid ;or %  I %  if OIKA ihe best solutiona to thine said. "Forelan capital should be used to promote formation -f national capital —Reutrr. Aftei welrojii ,an international confer. .. [he held to stu.ii matnodi relieving 1 population problem* |i ,V the writer w. Should no* ION -^IV I the raci "are large ni.mbers of IK-ople in %  tlfara ;• United Klllfcdon: Oovarnrnenta who are in as (treat neeo of ulanr.ed emlgTBtl %  hi ui,. .... enee," Twq flfgn Trude V^reeinenl PARIS I s'fTned ;i Trgde Aw restore treoi the two i out ti to th.. %  deals *tth problembetw.%  fella Ambassador. •igned for Franre and Carlos Wova. Ambassad PicnirjQjjntiaiv atgned for Mexico— Itruu-r Police Sinush Secret Uutlio Stations I N I '.' %  i %  i clandestine radio out Ant wen I darned in %  %  %  I %  hrror-> '• • Egpyt Will \<>t Sup§M>rt L'J\ %  July 11. I i.i liir, Day. told reporter! todaj full) cor lhal aggression In Kon. inpiied hut I... ipporl Uu United Nation: o to aid Souih Korea "bi la i Nation aa promptly in paf el In the pn %  bell should be lopped prompt!) I i i both Coma :m Egypt %  usrn a.> the caun* as It equally foment* Krutrr %  I th.it %  i tl Th" i nut Ol (rom el %  —Rruler ktl!\ S#'€'s (sromvko I.ON1KIN .lulv M Bi David Keii, %  riuah Amhi..Mi*ro*. lo-dav saw M leagth* Ai aputy Soviet I M kscusai KM,... I ...... man stated to-night —aleutri not exclude i parUi i Ida whetlwi th 1 .'IMII M II altogethei Bui t. I aliina Statue Goes To V erduri l in Matue % %  (hu i i it Verdi st i yeaierdas aftei noon \ hi 1 %  i %  %  % %  ut .n do and '.*re reUrlni i prepared Wane." N. rth K I ... i i ihat North Ki %  1 In bal troop i. | -. • %  %  %  %  1 lion or Presiiure . .--ul ol tin %  : %  '"I. inn v.,,. n. ui rahaa pla a ea reeterdai had i meat esteamlve dei ihtea ..llrm. M r lH-i;.,i. t ."I. %  %  %  Lord I i .i i*,i area m iiuii. and arasidad %  ' ihi c.i • %  w i '."vrinber. VATIt \". i 1IV I il> 11 VaUca the) nven the fati Byrni %  V Koi hen %  merit It Ml Morthi : I-. • .1 feaatet U.S. \ltM) u UVTS 20,000 I/A;A WAMIINi.lDN July II i %  u \ %  I i irtd ba M %  pan s., • %  nn i.i i i .:,.arsht i. %  of Sel< • %  i e said It %  "" DM l Krutir MAC ARTHUR CHANGf; DEATH SENTENCES TOKYO lac vi. ....... •• %  i hard laboui An Eighth Ai my Militai l %  -.(. Ing Gaaxtral Isamu %  • %  %  Wi "•r.l I Ml -Keuter WASHINGTON 1 I prl 1 lined in Ihe oroadeaai bi North %  Halion, ^*tii United %  I Stall I %  • it. .p. i %  %  % %  %  rti ... %  %  | %  Oround Irani I • toll %  | %  %  %  l B Kereai an wr !""> %  he .11...,. haek in Uw i. in. i..i id.. >|f ,,, it Mrtej i. ,.i ii.. eatuUn Thf ..r-.l liihlins ,. al I ,;1 1 i Ul till e*M ..I I Mill .N..III U I iiuiii'f ia i.,. aorta i >-t %  % % %  %  I • aa iM.e a Soviets Strip (srrmam Of $60,000 Million The Belgian Workers Are Fed Up With Short Protest Strikes Tha 5a i i %  thai Sot (Wt IMM) millii %  ipprovt? Mililitn Aid Hill In I .S. VVASIffNOTOH %  iinaoJBUHi %  B %  %  tioubled %  %  I %  %  Ui I sent li • i Keatei BONW JuJ> ll. 1 %  (lull, I %  ron i. %  %  %  %  Oerapli %  %  i U %  i p • %  %  %  %  %  %  tomorrow %  4 %  • %  againvt .!arch they have staged two < "right to Reuler V ftue-muntqi!... il.vious that Kli ... I %  %  %  %  %  the B K t 1 1 V'.'. st i hara I So.mli I 2 War Correspondents Killed In Korea TOKYO, July, it %  %  siars and axrassa %  %  i luted] as kiiici M "Arthur's Headijui.i-< iiifoimed r,r liter tnd hav,. %  %  l %  %  (W0 marks durlnir th' 1 I'.nancia! veal Reuler



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PACE III.I1T Northamptonshire Draws Game With W.l. D. Brookes. Livingston Defy Tourists Howling WEST INDIES (for 8 wkts dec) — 431 NORTHAtiTS 252 (and for i) 206 NORTHAMPTON. July 11. Despite rain (during the lunch interval to-day which I made tlie pitch awkward for a while, Northamp' %  easily furced a draw with the Wi % %  i.• ui i ;; w-.nr, lure The county batted splendidly when fort on I?H na babind and when the gune andad I 27 runs afand with 9 wickets in hand. Mart with ;t rand at 82, D %  %  mil bat partni i Livingston %  %  I and pulluia powerfully 0 ki '^ n.r th> partnership pa**e< BUj Hit IURBADOK AttXtK ATE HI li.M SHAY. .11 I V 12 I9.1H It BROOKES County Cricket ResuttH LONlXlN. Julv II, At Birmingham wai riuhtr U-Ji Middlooes '->> 10 wickets, Middlcex 200. (Robertson 8, md Ki" (Sharp not out ti.Si Warwkkahlng Ml, (DoUan 185). At Nottingham Yorhshbn bMl Nottinghamshire by MI inning* and 124 runs: Yorkshire Q2, (Huttnn 153, Wilson 143 I. Mi. NotUnaham stall 78. Stocks DM OtM breaker 8 for Sfi) and ll I %  • IIIlafcar r f.>t eti. Wardk 4 roi I7i At i.i.n. Ilj i ilanwraan-Olou laatiriliin sin 400 (ParkhouM ifli. E Da vie* M), Glouceotei In :• (Crapp, 68. Haver f i 85 Tor 1; ITom %  I 50). At the Oval, B4 htai K. m by 8 wickets; Kent 25U. fCUr* •* Surndgc 5 f.u 771 (Fag* not out 71, Lai Sutrcv 218. (Constable 77. Mnntyre 72), and 121 for 2. At Worthing Sussex best Somerset by H vicki U Sussex 'l<: roi 4 (dad I, (Ji tin LandgrMfe 241. I ox K7i. and Bl ic, (Irish noi out 75, I for II), und 30(1; (Ti Rogers not -ui 80, Cornford 5 <\ 07). '%  %  re bi N i m Dei by i Irs .: (Ravall %  •. H arto ; rot ?:> and 273. (Revel] IN, EUiotl ". Smith 59, Tttersall 5 for 72). Lancashire 221 (Wharton 59. I (or 79, H i for IB,, and M4; (Hamer 3 (oa H) Ai Weaieiiff, i shire inut.h drawn; lases IM (Bailey 08. Jsi kson 6 for %  J65 for 9 dselarad; (Cray 84. Walsh 7 for 921; Let %  210. (Palmer 65, Tompkin 00. Ru^ .Smith 5 for W4i :mc| 23n roi Bi (Wataon ins; At Lord*. Cnmbiidge-Oxiord !nter-Varsii match drawn; Cam. 7H. Ryneveld B for ib> %  7 declared (Stevenson not out 841, Oxford t'nivci i .5) snd 122 for 5, Carr 55. —healer Mexico DefetsteCoba In IJuvis Cup Series HAVANA, July II Mexico, lorj bj winning UH first I in the doubles, brm cubj 0 tn their American Zone I Up I"' They won |he two remaining singles ti> mske .. clean *wrep of tr.i encounter filch fuaUfles them for .i i ling "itli Austrai i anada in the A B i In the tw ill • ingles Rafael Ortcg beat Jollr. nchlvrr) 1 Q %  B i I and Alfred.. Millet ln-ut Ojffcndo OarrWo t: „ j ; %  < *rw. %  %  %  %  < %  here pta i s/hih %  %  unbnA added 144 in I in minutes II 111 thai Itlng .sixes ami ID fDUH i!'t agaiiiKt %  an Hi battad three hours five .md hit 9 (ours, mostly With well plated drive* Ilui-fn, %  .:.. %  la I three Count %  UB wnkclj (ell for 37 curate with his off iret for |hc • to 4 for 51. broke the stubborn eighth wicket partnership alter IS inns had iieen added unnsedl .in. on aith I I bad Jakeman > mcht b> Ooddard il ullj n„ thai bataman had been at the kit for a total of two 0 rg n rune. Garlirk gave William. •rpoint .i catch the next over (run Gomes, and Fiddlms ws Dowh .A Wi.neii i.i eini the innuigi bowled his oft bn %  i. iracy In gaining 33—15—51—4. .,i„t Oldfiald butte i COnfidcntl) m ihe County's secon i lespitc quick bowlin. .md were Mil tofatht at lunch, tahfln %  lew minute roush rain. itam The rain during lun •even thai there wan watn on 101110 ol Un • BSU I ,ii the ootlield. bill the ground dried quickly and plaj Iftai only Ihiee quartern of an hour delay Only lour run WSfl id M b fore the llr-l wicket pSXtnTSblp It] IWO ATlei hit1 -'it p 1 %  pi 'int to the OldnaU .illempted a i id drlva bul simkeil a • .itch at II %  %  1 it bowed -igu.1 %  k '..il .1 bul 1 Jv the Australlai %  1 attacked the bowlin %  %  %  minutes, llU-llldlll, l With lit % % %  1 vlckel puii match > %  1 l • Damiew •.MimiANT"1 : INNINQS 1 >' !• . -..0,. 11 b Hmiiarfl. H..r...i. %  '-.fc 1 UIPKI.IMI b n. Q RanaShlN jMmaan DOWI MO sNALVaa %  sill \IMI( siiimlili whh rounded up the sr.nnd Tel ri.dii uitd Wslroll gettUH IV sluiii|>Skipper l.o.l.l.id 1 in il-<. he srrii uith .1 jgsa< smilr on hi* fare Thompson Retains Crown RANLsTT. St^-Tordshire. July |l Itniv Tbompaon, from rhoklcton Man. n • iinsd bli Bjrlti n iiipionshlp when he defested T mmj M< and tried b) make entrj ;.ttack at close quarters .ifter I!" worried Thc4tipson constantly with '• %  Oll.l iiljllt but the rhamplon usually manage i b out .it danger, and then with long leftfollowed by ., short right il :ftc points —Reiner. Gate Receipts In Rio Soccer ROI DE JANEIRO July 111 Th,. gate ncalpti tot ti %  H Football Championships Which ,.re being plajad bare an expected to realise tome 3.OOO.IMHI 1 lU/el|n This L not taking into account 1 llib "i an) play od In tlie final I->I which is nov/ bains daoktad From the 18 games •)• %  Urn j] .. dr.-.have taken nearly 24.000.000 cru/. : 11 nslning four ganana auto return at lej-.: another 12,000 cru/iim: Gate recelpti ••>< gpain, (four i %  realised ogarl] rtai n llloa cni* MX an.I tin.'.q ,.r. 1 million 'in imea over BM %  it..b < • %  pmss IJOO, It. Md Chile's 'l %  %  1 rRd.noii I 0| t'n-ii 1 .LI 1 %  ihC mini., in il 1. 171 5.000. Hater WEST INDIES PLA Y LEICESTER TODAY Koreans FoAW Hark U.S. Troops • from pjce 1 Commuiu eanci i %  1 ::i %  rails • %  down below the 37th pai..ll I Supplying American and South K. ie..n (brcee In thi iront Hi %  boeeening very difficult, for potholed roads—never good HM ,ue sJree Is churned to quumirei Me,, iipiarters of Ihe Far East 11 1.' Ted that three Yak 19 let Aghtari had been seen n tn This wss believe.' to ne the first time North Koreans, had put jei Aghtei BH P01 oms dayi Ansarkan plaisSS had reported no an* oppo-i1 lespondenl in Rue.i |..i 'he II1.11 -1 Gio.u Of Nan papers Of Amenta was reported musing to-day He last seen at the front reStei lay morning —Renter. Thtrj'll Do It Every Time CXD.NAR:L.V THIS IS THE MOST GLOROUS / V'EW N AME*CA*-yOU 'CAN SEE THREE STATES FROM HERE, OVER THERE IS PEA SOUP CPVE.THATS RAZOR ROCK VACHT CLUB WHERE THE L16HT ISrhe West f 1 ive reached an ay m.u i; of tneir nature csrxi in Bogrtand, and to day th--. pan 1 %  eiKhteenth gan %  I %  •! % %  K %  inre W F Mill, bowbng 1.1.it KeiiMiigton lor the 1926 MCC team hniufflH Us the breath at Leicestershire, the count. Gearv, Sidwell and Dnwson, and which was once captained by C S Dempter the New Zealand batsman. Game* with Leicestershire ha o always l>een very keenly contestad. .mil 'he We t Inch, single win to their credit to date. This was in 1900. on their tlrs: Vlelt to England. They lost the 1906 engagement, and since tr %  am hSJ always interfered to p vent .in outright decision Four games, 1923. i28. 1953 and 1939 were loft drawn The 1900 game was memorable from the fact that C. A. Ollivler.e and P F (now Sir Plum) Wirnn who Opened HM West Indies inn %  the score to 238 before rnped for a wel' played III OUhdarra went on IP romplet 1 1 :;Miant 159 and the W 1 ...ilected 386. Tinproved more than enough (or the county players who were dismissed tor 80, ami 219 by some fine bowling by Woods and BurCapt E L CfaaUanor. %  broSwi Of George Chsllenor, turned out tor the County in the l0fi game, Whai 1 West indies ost by a 111. r. in of 25 runs. Leicestershire batting first scored 274 and the West Indies replied with 242 of which Lebrun Constantino made 92 The County rattled up 318 in their seconu innings giving the West Indies 351 to make for victory. Not a whit dismayed our lads made a gallant bid, the last wicket falling at 326 Tw,.s a gallant defeat Since then the other games were all unfinished. In 1923. Ferof British Guiana becaM? :urtershire by 0 o it of the W I • 1 g peg i ad 11 1 West Indict declaration ot 10S I 1 -itei rain had ball Set to re; 25i2 to svoid .iefe.,: I he : f ended %  • %  the 1928 game, The s< were Leicestershire 228 ana for 9 declsn w. %  M lor 2 wickets M.u Gr mth and Lcary Constantino did s. me line b.,wling in this pi faeh Liking 4 wickets In the County's first innings In 1913 rain washed out the first da> of play and then the W. 1 mad* 158 of which George Heao ley got 80 Leicestershire replies with 295 in spite of Martindale with 4 for 89 snd "Puss" Achong witn 4 for 84 The West Indies had scored 243 lor 8 when the end arrived. Another drawn game. And so too in 1939. West indi led off with 182. and Leicestershire put up 208 In reply with Martindale taking 5 tor 67 runs In their .it.und visit to the middle tre West Indies had scored 314 for H wickets when stumps wer^ drawn, leaving a fourth fixture unfinished There will be one other fixture Derbyshire, alter this game before the West Indi* enter on the third and most momentous Test. Injuries are taking their toil, and while Skipper John musl nurse his team carefully he will no doubt do his best to notch y .mother victor> W 11 ttie rah) lake a hand on< again In this fixture" We hope not *-B M the Hili West (mi tn nil GOES ACTION THIS WEEK-END starts FRIDAY—BIG DOUBLE ROXY I KMM>-THE-SOMt DCTKTIVE STOIY TERRY TOWELLING fo< bjlh rotxM 1 %  tn dark ihadet 30 inches wide %  H —$1.59 DUNLOP mm WHITE Ml -e*$1.98 RED per yd $1.63 CAVESHEPHERD&Coltd. 10. II. 12 6c 13 Broad Street. OI'K.M.M. GLOBE • 11111,%%. July I llh 111! IS SH0IT IUI SWIIT INSMUYI III'-I l\X< I I III I /I II". 1 and I GALLON SIZE. 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