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The Barbados advocate
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Sully 1
1950



Australian

Sugar

May Suffer Through
War In Korea

(From Our Own Correspondeni)

BeEtain may be half a
year.

LONDON, July 17.

million tons of sugar short next
According to reports fre:1 Prisbine, the Koresa

war will deprive the Queensland sugar industry cf 16,080

tons of ammonium sulphate fertilizer during August acd

September.
very

li alternative
soon, Federal Agricu

Australia will have no exportable surplus next year.

+

Crowds Pack
Court To Hear
Murder Trial

(Barbados Advocate Co: respondent)

PORT-OF- SPAIN, July 17.

Thousands of spectators, who
failed to gain entry in the Supreme
Court, lined up within the pre-
cincts, to caten a glimpse of
Boysie Singh, a rich East Indian
fisherman and hotel proprietor,
whose life story appeared in a
column of the tamous Times
magazine, as he was arraigned
before the July Assizes this
morning with four others charged
with the murder of Philbert alias
“Bumper.”

No case in the local history has
provoked so much public curi-
osity as this one, and the Trial
Judge is taking no chances re-
garding interference He has
ordered the jurors not to be
separated until the verdict is
reached Others accused ara
John Durant, Elton Coggins,
Augustus James and David
Bruce. At one stage, it was
strongly believed here that Singh
sought the services of the Jamai-

can lawyer Manley to defend
him. Trinidad barrister, Cecil
Worrell is prosecuting while
Rupert Archibald, K.C., is ap-



pearing on behalf of Singh.

UN Observers Killed
In Air Crash





BOMBAY, July 17
Twenty four people aboard an
Indian National Airways aircraft
~—-Premier Nehru's private secre-
tary and three United Nations,

observers among them—hurtled
to death in the river Chaki on
Kashmir's southern border to-

day. All 18 passengers—includ-
ing eight foreigners—and the
crew were killed when the plane
crashed in heavy rain.

American Lieutenant-General
Courtney Hodges, Military Ad-
viser to the United Nations Me-
diator Sir Owen Dixon, can-
celled his seat just before thd
plane took of! |

The crash was believed to
have taken place on the bank of
the river Chaki. The wreckage
of the plane was first seen by a
villager and later by a party sent
by the Indian Army authorities
No details of the circumstances
of the crash were available late
to-night.





Compromise Would
Invite Red Attacks

OBSERVERS here today Cie American Secretary
of State, Dean Acheson, to draw a sharp line between peace
and appeasement when ne to suggestions by the
Pandit

Indian Prime Minister,

Korean war.

These observers said Acheson was convinced that any
compromise on the basic issues
constitute appeasement of the aggressor and would almost

certainly bring on Commu
world,

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S. Africa Passes
Anti-Red Bill

CAPETOWN, July 17
The South African Suppres
sion of Communism Bill adopted
iby the South African Senate on
June 23, was to-day promulgated
in the Government Gazette Ex-
traordinary issued here

The Bill outlaws the Commun
ist Party and all Communist ac
tivities, and provides a maximum
penalty of 10 years imprison-
ment. It empowers the Governur
General to outlaw any other or
ganisation which professed on or
after May 5, 1950, to propagate the
principles of Communism

The South
Perty disbanded itself on June 20
—Reuter.



Borrowed Kidney

CHICAGO, July 17
Mrs. Howard Tucker, 49, wo-
man with only
ney in medical history, yesterday
walked cheerfully out of hospital
She said further tes}s must he
made in about three
termine whether the new kidney)
is functioning properly
planted kidney was
another woman shortly
died of liver ailment. Physici
had said that without the
tion, Mrs. Tucker herself
doomed to die.—(CP)

weeks to de

taken

‘been on the Bench since 1941.

; close the

African Communist |

transplanted kid-

The trans-
from
after she



ers would like to return Nehru’s
goodwill towar he American
te on Kore pathe-
tic inderstandi American

5 | Government olicy of opposition
to the admission of the C

opera-
was} Commur

supplies are not forthecming
Itural Director Bulecock says

This year Australia expects to
produce 1.000,000 tons of sugar. |
Of this amount half will be sold
Britain, under a guarantee con-
tinuing until 1952.

This years crop is not in da
ger, but sowings fer 1951 wil
commence fairly soon, and if fer-
tilizer-supplics cannot be obtained
from other sources, the crop may |
be cut by half and Australia will |
only be able to provide for inter- }
nal consumption.

The Brisbane message do®s not
make it perfectly clear how the |
Korean situation may deprive the
Queensland sugar industry of ne- |
cessary fertilizer, Australia ¢c |
not import fertilizer from Korea |

|
|
j



but I learned this atternoon tha
certain supplies come fro
sia, and the present Far
situation, may render
tion impossible



transporta-

U.S. Trample’
Democracy |







AST" CHINA> SEA

'Leopold’s
Return Is

Almost Certain.

|

BRUSSELS, July 17
Socialist Party Chair-

Belgian

man Max Buset said to-day if the

SAY REDS

fOKYO,
Russia’s memker on the
Council in Japan Col. S. Polysnen
ko today sent General MacArthur
a strongly—worded letter accusing
the Alhes cf “trampling down the
rights cf the Japanese people
This letter fullowed several that
passed between the
and the Supreme Allied

I
July 17

i

have rocvendy
Russian
Conamaad
Colonel Polyashenko said Gen-
er-l MacArthur’ activities in
Japan showed he stood “far from
Democracy and even far from the
elementary
tasks of Democracy in Japan.
He renewed his request

-eaders will refuse to tak
Allied |‘

their
all decorations, if anv, and ignore
any summons from the King if he
C

ing consultations.

King any
added,

provisionally exiled King Leopold

eiurns to the throne all Socialist
part in



uture Belgian Cabinets.

Buset added that all Socialists |

who bore honorary titles and Min- |

steis of State ‘would

titles. They

renounce
would return

alled on them for Cabinet mak-

They would receive

Ministerial

from the
posts, he





The joint National Assembly

comprehension vf{212 Deputies and 175 S§enators—
are to-morrow expected to wind

that}up their 13-day-old debate on the
General MzucArthur should ensure | proposed

repeal of the Prince

freedom of activities to all Demo-|Charles Regency.

cratic parties in Japan including
Communists. He called for
continuance of reprisals
Trade Union leaders and
Japanese Democratic public men.”
—Reuter.

PEREZ NEW TRINIDAD
ATTORNEY GENERAL

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 17.
Mr. Justice J. L. Matthieu-Perez
Trinidadian Puisne Judge, has
been appointed Attorney General



of Trinidad and Tobago as from
September
Matthieu-Perez is the fourth

Trinidadian to be named Attorney
General in the long history of the



colony This is regarded as a
most progr ve step, and the
move prepares the

many more.

The return of King Leopold to

“dis-|the throne is now practically a
against | foregone conclusion. Only eleventh
other |hour action by Socialists, Liberal
and Communist
»pposition
vote

Par liamentar y

could delay the final

Fiftieth
Anniversary
Of Radium —

PARIS, July 17
scientists from Britain,



Atomic

» colony for} United States and Switzerland lec- |
Matthieu-Perez has|tured here to-day as part of the
celebrations of the 50th anniver-



sary of the discovery of radium }
by Pierre and Marie Curie Pro- |
fessor Friedrich Adolf Paneth,
Professor of Chemistry at the











































(

SHINGTO



, July 17.

Nehru, for settling the

of the Korean crisis would

nist attacks elsewhere in the

' He saw no alternative to press-
ing the military campaign against
the Communists in Korea

Some sources said Acheson
would state that an essential con-
dition to any settlement was the
complete withdrawal of the Com-
munist invasion forces. He would
not compromise on this condition
which was not only the American,
but also the United Nations
ebiective

At the same time he would not
door to an international
effort to work out a just perma-
nent solution of the Korean prob-
lem in the United Nations once

Communist aggression had been
ended

Some of Acheson’s advisers
| have said privately that they felt

\that to trade peace in Korea for
Chinese Communist membership
of the United Nations would be
‘like giving wav to international
Hackmail.”
| Two factors make the American
reply to Pandit Nehru a matter
;of extraordinary delicacy and im-
| portance One is that Nehru’s
at wrestige as leader of the
ian Nationalists means that his
nititude towards American policy
id action in Asia can vitally
ffect their chances for success
The other factor is the need to



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present American action in Korea
earl) 1 t in support of
the of international
ecurit under the United Nations

The American Government lead-







ists into the
tions —Reuter.

United

Univer
“Production of
rays of radium in
Lauriston

ionisation of liquid rays”, Dr, L. H
Gray of
distribution of ionisations and ex-
cited groups in
Pierre Jordan of Zurich on
effects in finely divided substances
exposed to neurons.”



of Durham spoke on |
helium by alpha |

solution”, Dr. |
Taylor of Washington |
on “some recent studies in the |

London on (‘presumed

liquids and Dr
“recoil |

Scientists from nine countries

Argentine Britain, Belgium, Can-
ada, Eire,
and the United States—also dis-
cussed
bution of ions and excited groups
produced by radiations in liquids.”

France, Italy, Sweden,

“the formation and distri-

—Reuter.









‘to 25 years’

U.S. TROOPS EVACUATE TAEJON -





more for the Navy,
jlaw to 666,872

| Presumably there
crease in the

WINDOW

The Open Tournament run by
the Barbados Amateur Lawn ; an





Tne fifth person was sentenced
hard labour and the} none of

Socialist

sixth to 15 years hard labour, The} .., y’s history et
sentences were give Satur- |} ;
jsentences were given on Satur ‘ least specific in

day

The death sentence was meted
out to Augustin Ledicky former
member of the Czech forces
described during the trial as the
ring-leader of the espionage

Probably it will ¢
e of the last tw
naming particular i
rked for nationé



ead there may |

group. wh vould give
All six defendants were found | m¢ f returr

' i l th
guilty of having carried on espion- | 40! m Gal

age on behalf of “American Ir it feels calls for
telligence organisatior | tio

Evidence was given that the de-
fendants all of whom are Slovaks,















— Truman Plans }0 0 8c
To Step Up et
Armed Forces Ries ee secastnn, now My bas [eaten

would also be; to-day by Mr, J

most carefully prepare



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9 |.
4

Year





PREPARE FOR DEFENSIVE
BATTLE

By ROY MACARTNEY
TOKYO, i
AMERICAN FORCES have abandoned the air
strip of Taejon, the provisional South Korean
capital, and the city itself was expected to fail
within 24 hours. Withdrawing stubbornly west and

Soviet Air
i‘oree Gets

New Chief.

MANCHESTER, Jul

fhe Manchester Guardian to | north of Taejon, Americans were reported to be
See eee uae broadcasts °f) exacting a “high price’’ from Communist invaders
brace en AES segue gpin Bhd chert | south of the Kum River.
has a new commander-in-chief The last American plane to use the airstrip

rhe newspaper
Gene Al Fedorovich
livered the traditional Air Force
Day speech after being introduced
as Commander-—in-Chiet of the
Soviet Air Force at the War Min-
istry of the Soviet Union

Lhere had previous
announcement that Zhi
iad replaced Marshal of the

said Colonel
Zhigarey de-

at present under long range Korean gunfire, was a
the

reconnaissance machine which picked up
wounded just before noon yesterday.



been no





Forve Constantin Vershinin
had been Commander-in
Chief for nearly four vea
Vershinin did not na the Aix
Force Day ceremony this year nor
did he contribute a single one of ielded le ( 1
the mar Pre articles published It | fighti th i
recentiy by prominent air force h
personalities, the Manchester
Guardia declared he news Asked whether the 2tth Di

paper added that the Command

vision could be expe
broadcast from ussla

ts positions the
that further
stopped only

ted to hold
spokesman said
yielding could be

Force is. still after “sufficient

Army

subordinate to the

through the War Ministry





; forces” have been built up

ind has no independent existence

of its own \ Communique fr Genera
ppointed Lieu- Doug tacAr I H

tenani-General of the Air Force ‘ 6.35

in 1941 but ha not
public eye as a likely

been in the Gen MacARTHUR tha e 24



uccessor to . ut ! !
highest rank







—Reuter. been Supreme Commander of tillery suppo bu
. 1OeTPON e —---- --- —-— Occupation Forces in Japan oO t d reached the
Pr c . on mN t WASHINGT( N, duly 1% since the 1945 surrender. He outh bank of the K ind bott
RES:DENT TRUMAN will tell Congress and the G M A ; was.. born if ‘Ldttle.. Rock, ag hie a haere,
nation on Wednesday what he believes is needed! to push - en rresl Arkansas, was top of his year munique cl
the Communist invaders back out of South Korea An when he graduated from West :
official said Mr. Truman w e> t ‘ le , ) A S 2 Point in 1893, saw front-line America f ( ere till
é a as pected to ask for $5,00( merican n anvice th Wied War Coin vithdrawin tae
million or more in new defence funds, and to lift ceilings cohnands, Be ease. tarcoul Front reve on the armed forees by more than 200,000 men S h ‘Rainbow” Divisicn, when he 1 consequence « hdrawal
a ; PY arge s twice wounded ne has
] The new fore would cor He was Supreme Command the th axis
prisé an extra 160,000 men for VASI ey of Allied Forces in the est of Taejon. It had
‘ ry {INGTON, July 17 : ;
SPOR ] S the Army, about the present legal Te. arrest of a fourth American Pacific in World War Il. Has alm : the longer
limit. of 837,000 and about 60,009] on an e an ambition he hope to north of the town

spionage charge concern
now held by| ing the leakage of atomic
}to Russia was



the defenders had
1 forced back on their western
they still maintained contact
South Kor ind other

when his work in
Japan is finished-——-to visit the
place where his grandfather
lived near Glasgow

secrets achieve
announced here

Edgar Hoover,
Federal Bureau of



502,000 man | Director of the









Tenntu Association begins bis | Air Poree eeiling Investigation - nsesvoliis Seetee et Rat
afternoon at 4.30 at the Belleville | ‘Pix three services are now al- Mr. Hoover named the man as y 7 Reports also indicated that the
"EHS Oxtises ate ap follows ;most 600,000 men short of their| Julius Rosenberg, owner operator Reds Get War Zone | cc ini in | at Okehun,
total authorised strength of 2,005,-} of the Pitt Engine Products Incor 1 few miles west of Taejon near
COURT NO 2 UMPIRE DR 882 porated, New York, a_ former Correspondent where hea fightin took place
MENT DOUnILEe The emergency programme }member of the American Army yesterday If that i o, Allied
Dr. C. Manning and E. P. Taylor would also seek authority for the aa, il Corps LONDON, July 17 fore in the south will be squeezed
, ' vs | Defence Department to order se Mr. Hoover said Rosenberg had Pravda, Russian Communist]!â„¢to an area roughly 100 miles
COURE NO. 3 Gacriak . lested reservists to active duts | been arrested in New York on ®| Party newspaper, today pubiish es
é Dp. WHES jinstead of asking for volunteers|°!@rse Of Conspiracy to commit] , the first Soviet eyewitne : In ti
Dr. A. 8. Cato and L. Harriso jas at present pionage account from the Korean war] 5euth Korean Divisi vill I
| "he American G-Man chief] area, according to a Tass despatet holdit 1 line 3 nna rough!
. count ere ; ator ru | Under the Conscription Act, Mr | dded that Rosenberg was) received in London Tere Fa toviin a
A. DOUGLAS Truman already has authority to| “@nother important link of the litherto Soviet newspapers have | 100 miles from tl ath cous
MEN'S SI? 2s der reservists to active duty. | 50Viet esploni apparatus,” quoted only North Korean 0 Americar ’ n ’
M P Crichlow vs. A. Willian He is expected to tell Congres The Fourth American sources for events it = mint? : : ig
ME Sancr erent seeetie Gane? he has delegated that authority | Rosenberg is the fourth man to’ (ne Korean fighting. The report 7 r Ko
Defence Secretary Louis John |! arrested by the Federal Bureau [came from a correspondent namec |‘ ea
% ater yi Inve Saar oe _ oe month oat Jae fi Gee ace is wit General) MacArthur
s charges relating to atomic secrets, |) a ' APOGTOt : ne « that the 24th American Division
Czechs Jail 5 a | at Phe an ae narte ( ro ; | ae a in town by America — inflicted nent y ona ilties »
Philacelphia ) emis ect | te enemy white performing tts
a °° MORRISON | Dean Slack, a Syracuse, New York The despatch bore the d telir ; mission of vive the United
[ ] S “6S 1es cientist, and David Green Glash| of Wonsan a town on the Eastert States Forces time to build up
e ¥ ip | r {EPARES |ct New York former American | coast of North Korea . in Korea.” :
| I a | Army Sergeant Kornilov’s despatch iid “Ko :
ONE WILL DIE | ms | Charges against all were similar |ean people are having a har MacArthur's communique said
LONDON Jul ‘ | to those now made against | tim but they do not irrende that the Cor wunist force along
PRAGUE, July 17 } Herbert Morrison, Deputy Prime! Rosenberg ind do not give in. Their courage the east coast ere till in retreat
One person was sentenced to | Minister_and Labour Party’s chief | Each is charged with “feeding” immeasurable and their cor h fter be ed | South
death and three others to hard | P licy planner, is putting finish-|top secrets on American defence | 4ence in the plabt lousne of their] « : an -. Ing, abc it 95
labour in an espionage trial before |#"8 toucne to the final raft of to the Russian In wartime thi "Fon tated: (200 . na illage ot h ¢ ' , | port, Ce ine
the State Court at Gilina in |[# election programme which th harge which carrie a pot D deateod a as r aad dawel Shela yat ‘ re rahe tir ed |
Czechoslovakia, it was learned to-|Covernment is expected to take! sible death penalty yh ote Sait Recent! ga py + canttall Prar ?
day | te e polls during the next ] td. Each i alleged to have col than 740,000 young patriots have American and Australian air
ith it ig likely to be thejlaborated with Klau Fuchs

xpressed a desire to defend thet: cralt maintiined their superior

: ut | sotentie ‘ Be os aan a a tiats 1omeland, arms in hand ity over batt lines flying in
policy in the | 7 ) thie year for Peasants bring rice and vee close suppert 9 of lefending
It may prove or 14 years earlier ane we tables to the Army Undaunted ground = troops nd unning

its proposal | iving atomic secrets to Russ at y bombing, factory worker ar troops and tank concentrations
— Reuter, toiling selflessly for defence The A number of northert nt

irop the prac- en vatchword now i everything ! er ‘
9 oe ol fore front, everything for ic Chonou ; ort f Taejon
ndustries tory’ -Reuter Reuter

‘in-| Rumours are Flying

formula |

ilization

ye a



metuie,| —About Marsare' | SABOTAGE MOVE HITS
watts oe "worth | BRITISH DOCK YARDS

peculation about the possibility






















crossed illegally into Austria, cof an early announcement of her
, , mn , Wh an early annou ON
where they allegedly underwent Ic hk engagement. Rurnour in the May . titi me sates
RAF, Planes a course of instruction at ar TIN PR ie tair London’s society centre an THE BRITISH ADMIRALTY announced here today
American “Spy School”, after- Pe 907% anh "es | that botage caused the fire whict rie
iltrati —— C focus of theatre and night clul 1 ibotag aus i which
Reach ar Zone eee ee eee DROPS 3% life for which the Princess h explosions in Portsmouth Harbour last Frida)
»choslovakie | 7.
TC , 17 mute SINGAPORE, July 17 ) ome taste is that | Navy experts in Portsmouth were I ( 1S}
TOKYO, July 17 —Reuter, 7 ; gagement ement | ; y
Three Royal Air Force Sunder- : Pin dealers here were inclind ngag a Be = aa oe a that the fire and e€ xplosion may ha
land flying boats have arrived at lk = ee s . - ¥ a an i t vat But the f th charge
Iwakuni Air Buse, Japan, from zondon ress to-day of “secret ugu - . Cnet - , / eit va tectir ;
Hong Kong, a British Mee AaL 180 RED PAPERS buying” by Russia through Bom-|social set are inclined to belies A special branch of detective coer!
weaith Occupation Force spokes- bay agents such an announcement rnc | ‘ral months now investigatimg suspected sat ‘
man confirmed today. SUSPENDED . * edie , rhe vi'l be delayed until Margare | cident 1 the Naval Dockyard at Devon;
He said the boats would be used oie ae eee ee 21 | ¥
for llaison work with the Royal TOKYO, July 17 Korean war boosted the tin price e« On J
Navy. Earlier London rer, rts had The Japanese Attorney Gen-|which is always sensitive to wat With Prince Elizabet ‘ . was found
rtated that a whole R.A.F. squad-|€ral’s office on Mmnday suspend c Biggest buyers appear to}ond baby expected thi : ¢ l K 20, ee ee ;
ron had arrived in Japan : ed more than 0 Communist | b<« Anglo-American for their |Buckingham Palace i teo | xyOU e ee s marine Tally-Ho ) (
Naval and air representatives publications. The suspensions fol- | stockpiling t 1 | the add i ite- | w unex{
declined to reveal what role the}lowed = early morning raids on The tin price dropped by near-|ment of the anno hej V y ] lk found in the boiler ‘
aircraft might play in the Korean{Red Party centres in 13 Prefec ly 3 per cent to-day hetrothal of tl nger| 108SCOW a 8 aircraft carrier Mlusts lous
ant play
war.—Reuter. ture ACP) ee: aughter (CP) | _ ivy
— —- — Secret to, dgoaaty last yon
| i n tt tec
| ripe in th
1e marine Trencl
LONDON let || Soe anes ee terercee
ust S¢ > Its wn ¢ nso § LM > | ity Opposition leader Ar sein Sai , sdf I sits
] ess hony ine yther me er — :
} E roe and . ; same time a 60-ton naval motor-
' r ed rovernme ; ‘
TOKYO, July 17’ ndertsanding cor nent today to give accorntey
General Douglas MacArthur, al Me prehend and apply ceent talk British Ambassado ] 1D ember 194 1000+
Commander-in-Chiet of | Un ted Says General MacArthur It in the content’on of some that} Sir David Kelly had in Moscow.| _, 2 December 1946, th
Nations forces in Korea repeated the military must take the re-| ‘Can we not be told what passed} to t
, ; ; coll ynd | be han
on Monday his opinion that the They could not effectively share themselves print the new sponsibility of laying down fixed ne sween Sir : Dé ee Be have wes found ms ‘ay
Press alone could determine the responsibility of deciding ts objective is not to mislead rule overning — the lim‘tation | “47OMYK« SRT BSOES damaged 1
what news shou'd be published which news to print There i nisrepresent the truth, as that upon new and pa censorship tint nembet R ear t Reuter
of the Korean War He said he probably no more misused nor enugnant to the basic concepts upon each item before it is print-| Bl ches, aid the I :bot
welcomed a cable from the Man- | understood term than Press of free society, but rather to ed is unrealistic as it is defec-| |. ea ypen to secret BEST SELLER
aging Director of the Chicago censorship” he teclared Cor 1 printifig information of di- tive | mac For n Under-Sec ADFEL.
“Sun Times” advising the Gen- trary to what many believe, 1 tary value the enems Ernest Davi 4 replied “W A smash and gra hief } ed
eral that the paper had introduc- precis¢ ile can make it effective ick many ¢ psy- In the Korean operation considered it extremely caref a brick thr
ed self-censorship nor were any tw tary cen- chologi to hi : bee to leave ynd we have decided that at dow conta
MacArthur said Army person- sors ever in reement on detail. ir the orale f sh stage it would be in the intere books, extract 1 14s. 6d
nel were not trained journal- If its purpose is to be erved while essi tha if 1and f corre f resolving the present situati ef Bt r Desmond Yo
sm, and must devote their entire censor p must be of the spi fc la i blishe ot t ake ar furthe te- | “Rommel irov fina
energies tq military operations. and applied only those wh J one h all men of vent Reuter. sports car





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PAG E TWO



Caub Ca

ANCE, Governor
will attend the

of e Trinidad





NIR HUBERT R
of Tri ac
opening







Water Polo which begins
1 afternoor t 5,15 o’clock at
Trinidad Yacht Club at Bay-

re will t ay exhibition

match between “Tiger-Sharks” and
‘Devil-Fish.” Tiger-Sharks was
the Yacht Club team

tormerly

“Devil-Fish” was the Country




Comparing these names with our
teams they seem yather a fero-
cious liection against our “Fly
F Snapper” and “Bonita.”
what’s in a name!



ing
But
Staying at Silver Sands
ISS JOCELYN MACLEAN and
her niece, Heather MacLean,
arrived frcm Trinidad on Satur-
day morning to spend two weeks*
roliday in Barbados
They are staying with Mr. and
Mrs. C_ L, Johnson and family who
are themselves on holiday here,
staying at Silver Sands Mr.
Johnson who is with T.L.L. in
Trinidad, is a Barbadian, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson of
“Sezeston” Hastings

With T.L.L.

oe on Saturday morn-
L ing by B.W.LA. from Trini-
iad to spend a month's holiday in
Barbados were Mr. and Mrs. W.
Beck. They are staying with Mrs
Beck’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I.
Farmer of “Gibbons,” Christ
Church

Mr. ick is with T.L.L. at Guay-
aguayare in Trinidad

Engaged

HE ENGAGEMENT was an-
nounced last night between

Mr. Gerald Tryhane son of Mrs

Iris Tryhane and the late Mr
Lisle Tryhane of “Bagatelle” St
Thomas, to Miss Norma Gill
daughter of Mr. und Mrs. H. E
Gill of Mohtreal, Canada

The engagement was also an-
nounced on Saturday night be-

tween Miss Katy Lenagan, daugh-
ter of Maj. and Mrs. Denis Lena-~
gan of “Golfin,” Golf Club Road,

to Mr. John Grace, eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grace, of
“Homeleigh,” Garrison.

Celebrated Nineteenth
Birthday

ISS MAURLEN EGAN, daugh-

ter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
O'Dowd Egan of “Hendon” Mar-
ine Gardens, celebrated her nine-
teenth birthday with a dinner
party at her home on Saturday
night, and later, the party went
en to Club Morgan

Intransit

R. GEORGE RODDAM,

M.Inst., E.E., who is with the
C.D,C. in Jamaica arrived from
Trinidad on Sunday by B.W.1.A.
He is expected to leave for
Dominica this morning by B.G.
Airways.

Mr. Roddam it will be remem-
bered made a report on the ground
water resources of Barbados a few
years ago, when he was with
C.D. and W.

Brother and Sister
R. ANTHONY COMACHO and
his sister Mrs. Pauline Abra-

ham who are staying with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Marshall in
Aquatic Garaens, expect to be

here for about two weeks They
arrived from Trinidad on Sunday
afternoon by B.W.LA,.

3 Years in Venezuela

WAR. AND MRS. R. CELETTE
4 arrived from Venezuela via
Trinidad yesterday morning by
Tr WALA They plan to be here
for abcut two we md are

guests at the Paradise Peach Club

Mr. Celette is with Creole Petro
leum in Venezuela. Originally
irom New York, he has been living
in Venezuela for about three years
Their young son Mark accom-
panied them.



BY THE

l THINK I won, in a dis-
cussion on beautiful names
of places, with Madrigal De Las

Atlas Torres in Castille. Queen
Isabella was born there, and i
is surely the kind of name that

would draw a boy in a fairy-tale

away from his home, to searen
for those high towers of Mad-
rigal. There must be poems or

songs about a place with such a
name.

«My Old Mater Will

Love You”
HE fake-nobleman trick, of
which I wrote the other day
is evidently in ful: swing. Here
is a girl who believed that a

man was a nobleman “because
he showed her the monogram on
his watch.” O rare. simplicity!
O rose with the morning dew
still shining on your face! O bird

of dawn! I will warrant he un-
buttoned his waistcoat and re-
vealed a pair of Old Etonian
braces, and asked her to dine
with him at the Cavalry Club
And if he had not handy in his
well-lined wallet a snapshot of



_omemncre rs mama mammoth Sr a hn

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER |



_ TIRNING B.G. over the
= eek-end in the Anaconda
lining Company’s private plane
ere Mr, Hans Knoeller, Mr, and
Ir J. B. KRmaebal and their two
Jeffrey and Steven and
Terrence Mc Nulty M)
Knoeller and Mr. Knaebel are
staff members of Anaconda
ar they spent two weeks at the
Pa i Beach Club.
For Thrée Weeks
AS irom ‘iYimmaad on
Sun by B.W.LA. was Mr
| viaipy Ilr ingham who is with
i .L. in Pointe a Pierre He is
here to spend three weeks’ holi-
< day, staying with his mother at
SS 1 lKosebank, Hasting
er j Nine To Nine
“Lady Littlehampton send ! COCKTAIL DANCE at Scotis
her love and please do - Hill, the home of Mr. and
shink the Russians will mov Mrs. E, E amney, in Antigua,
a ? turned out to be a great success.
before Goodwood The proceeds are tor the purpose
of com ing the extensive re-
“Family Gathering!”’ pairs and Mung to St Joseph's
RRIVING yesterday mornin atholic Chureh in St. John’s. A
eons Trinid ' ls BWIA raffle arranged by Miss Lilian
oe aq by © W414 Shoul whereby the winner was
was Mr. R. W. Lucie-Sinith, Super- the one who guessed the exact

intendent of Police in Trinida
Mr. Lucie-Smith has recently re- a4





hox



Returned By Company’s

Private Plane










time at which a clocked sealed in

stopped would receive

a

BARBADOS





SHE WANTS TO BE



vrned from England where |e prize of $100. The lucky winner

has been studying Law. His wife was Mr. G. G. Semple, Engineer

and two children who have been of the Antigua Sugar Factory

staying in Barbados while he who guessed the time to be nine Fi

in England, were at Seawell minutes to nine. OMA REILLY 22 old

meet him. He expects to be } M LY, ~year

for one week. N on OM sa R‘ South African actress, has
Also in Barbados for a few da O Jo es . , e arrived im London, expects to

John Hill held a formal appear soon in a motor racing

visiting her father Mr. Scott

Mrs. M. Lucie-Smith, whose hu
band Mr. Arthur Lucie-Smith

an Engineer with Caribbean Petr«
leum in Venezuela

Husband Joins Her

On Saturday
RS. JACK DYMENT and s
David arrived in warhados
on Saturday by T.C.A., to sp.nd a



month's holiday at The Camp, S$ ing for Puerto Rico returned on
Lawrence, Her husband will tre Sunday. Mr. Iverson is the Mana
arriving here ‘on Saturday with * of the Marine Hotel
their other two children. M: Short Visit
i ae Nal dai 3S ates R. W. A. CRAWFORD, M.C.P
returned yesterday morning
From Montreal by B.W.1.A. after one week’s visi

ISS MARGARET McINNES
arrived on Saturday te
spend a holiday with Mr. and Mrs
Lionel Williams at “Canbar,” St
Joseph,

From Montreal, she is Secretary
to Mr. Frank J. Selke who is the
Managing Director of the Cana-
dian Hockey Club, which is in
the National Hockey League

U.S.N. Wave
WAVE arrived in Barbados:
over the week-end. Not th¢
kind which roils in on the beaches
around the island, but Miss Gladys
M. Sperrle, Lt. Commander, Wave
in the U.S. Navy. Stationed in

















dance celebrating the fourth ann
versary of the Golden Grove Inn
And, speaking of Golden Grove
Golden
Philip seem to be just about ready
for

are

M'

Grove swamps in St
the 1950 shooting

most of the others

Manager Returns
AND MRS. Jean Iverson

to Trinidad



CROSSWORD





season, as

vho left on Saturday morn-



film with Jack Warner.

She is small, green-cyed, with
dark brown hair, a giel with
ambitions. ‘| want to be a

tiome for Summer Holidays

HREE ANTIGUAN | students
who are attending the Uni-
versity College of the West Indies

have returned to Antigua for the
Summer vacation, Donald Chris-
tian, eldest son of Mr, and Mrs.

S. T. Christian, has just completed
his second year in medicine, Cecily



+ Thomas her first year in Natural
~ Science and Bobby Margetson,
second son of Dr. and Mrs. Mar-

getson, who originally entered for
medicine has decided to take a
degree in Arts instead as he i
going in for the ministry

Ruby Lake of Antigua who ha
done two years of Medicine will
be spending her holidays in New
York.



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Analysis; 7.15 a.m, dane Eyre;
am. Think on These Things; 5
a.m Generally Speaking; 8.90 ar
From The Bditoriais; 8.10 a.m. Pre
gramme Parade; 815 a.m PRC
Scottish Orchestra; 900 am Close
Down 12.00 noon The News; 12. 1¢
p.m. News Analysis; 12.15 p.m, Mu
From Gren Hotel: 1.00 p.m, On The
Job; 1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 1.50
p.m. Memories of Musical Comedy
p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m. Home N
From Britain: 2.15 p.m. Sports Revi
2.20 pm Radio Ti.catre 3.42 ¢
fnterlude; 3.45 p.m, Accordeon Inter
lude; 4.00 p.m. The News; 4.10 pt
The Daiiy Service; 4.15 pr BB
Northern Orchestra; 500 pm I
woman moter racer,” she tells me. Pratt; 5.15 p.m, Programme P
Miss Reifly, daughter of an ex- 5.30 p.m. Welsh Magazine; 6.00
Indian army officer, became an ae Byre; ‘ 15 p P Twenty Questi
6 p.m atier From Londo
acteess in we of her parents. p.m. The News; 7.10 p.m. New
They pproved violently, alysis; 7.45—7.30 p.m. Cricket f
she says. “ But trey had to give on Wl. vs Derbyshire; 7.30—7
in. * Pianoforte Music Illustrated Disc

m.
London Express Service



} The E als; § 1 c _
Been 6 Months in W.I. | Tunes: 9.30 p.m. Meet the Commas
M's LEATITIA BARBOUR) Wee"), oaudee 10.10 pan Ot
who lives in Boston, Massa Sweeter Side; 10.45 p.m. Report From
eit ha been spending a] Britain 11.00 pin BPE Scottish
holid between Barbadog anc Orchestra
Tiinidad since December 1949. She} ————-___-___.~.._-__ in a
jeft here on Sunday afternoon oe
for Martinique by B.W.1A., to d i
spend a week’s holiday there. Sie a e ric I
will then return here, and will ‘
shortly be leaving for the U.S r
She wes a guest at the Ocean View |
Hotel.

To Join Husband

N RS. MAY STEPHENS, wife of
Dr. Conrad Stephens
F.R.C.S., has been spending a few
days in. Antigua and flew to
last Friday to join her

Jamaica
husband who is taking a medical
here.









One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used













Washington, she arrived on Satur- for the three L’s, X for the two O's, ete, Bingle letters, apos-
day by T.C.A. to spend two weeks trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints.
in Bi bados, staying at Sam Each day the code letters are different.
Lord’s, Accompanying her was 1. Such reasons are convincing. (Y) : . °
Miss Caroline Knapp who is a 8 Reasonable—without the first A Cryptogram Quotation
former Wave. ’ 10. Bhis we th es ts ’
J the Famil 12: Help Wanted. (8) 0.” NTPSQYUDY KM MKHZICEX, REI!
oins e Family 13. Neat alteration, (4) pe . rH v '
14. Public voter changed, i (DT PAY RY PT Qa f
R. GLENN TUCKER, was an- 19: This “7° Across Pouce «%NXTUTY MM; & Cane
other arrival from Trinidad 17, Seeis ‘Abross, ¢4) HINYA PO EYQQ—SICMPT
on Sunday afternoon by B,W.LA ey Giosely. eta. ‘* ‘ . ‘ *
He has come over to join his 21; The French prepositien ryptoquote: WO ?
. wives a > By v 1
parents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Tucker oe gol, (5) FANNED BY FOLLY PUGv%
and his sister Lynette, who are 95° Daesien a)" verse. (9) Distributed
holidaying in Barbados. He will 26. Close like a miser. ¢@)
Wee BT. Reject. (4) ;
be vas ty with them ot ‘West . a se | OOOO POA O OSV D VSO PD PDAS DDD PY DPV P PAD A,
nea %
St. James ‘Y gmare 7 ap tee x
* “saps * ’ reuty .
With Phillips Oil Co. 2. Such @ 17 Across is experimentai. * G L @O B E x
‘ W Pa 3. A mere nobody. (4) | \s %
He to spend two weeks’ 6, Gatorade bs be attract Te x
holiday in Barbados are 6 The flat dwellers steep on one, (6) | TODAY AND TOMORROW, 5.00 & 8.30 PM x
: , : : 7. A dilferent statement will. (9) ‘“ " ee %
Mr. and Mrs, James Ward who 9. He's certainly io the minera! | % 99 Xx
arvive | from Venezuela via Trini- ,, Fe neaAl, NOt 3 * oM %
dad by B.W,LA, over the week- 16, Glothed out ve Aats. (6) * ; dd - ~
en! 20. ‘here are four such sona, (3) “ *
é av ¢ . a 22. The knave beats it. (3) ‘, iliipenaae ¥.
ir. Ward, who is with the = ae ‘ ‘ ‘4
Phillips Oil Co, in Venezuela, vtagtinater wide aa aerers: a é ONE DAY ONLY Ni
hails from Portland, Oregon, ani 3, Gaintule w ucblans Lie Bradionce: | Xe Wednesday, July 19th at 5.00 and 8.36 p.m ¥
12, Act ; ‘ 3 . A a orin ae : ‘
has been living in Venezuela for QirgAUPn: bbs Tress. (14) Dose. 15 hs EASTER PARADE »
three years, © Bi, Rays ge. Desirg Bownr FT Grea % Fred ASTAIRE Judy GARLAND y
Their two sons Hugh and Alan 5. “Littofal. 6 Us Wee eo te . aoe ,
accompanied them, and they are Bisope!' 10 “pandases. 16 Sle V7" tad | ¥ OPENING FRIDAY, JULY 2187 5
staying at the Ocean View Hotel.
W A \ —By Beachcomber
“Cur little place in the country” card-table. The pack slid off
(Carnarvon Castle), bo was not In a flash he was down on the The story
the man I taks hin fe Any- floor, but the cards had scattered, of Maria
how, he wi net ih nan she and he only had time to throw :
vou's nim for. his own pack among them before . and those
; . . Rainette was on the floor to hel who knew
A Battle Of Wiis him. He did not like her lazy Pete Some her best!
MART-ALLIC and Rainette smile, That is, he did not like ‘
Portevoix faced each other it as a card-player i As a man LAWFORD ° LEIGH
across the green baize. “Are we he found it delightfu t
using your pack?” She asked Twenty Years Of Uproar
innocently. “Just as you please,” HE intelligent singer in opera '
he replied carelessly ae. must appear to be listening ae
said she. “May I have a cigar- 44 what is being sung by other ae
ette?”’ The headmaster turned aint » > A. |
people on the stage
away to pick up a box from hi (Music critic.) é e@ 9 4 fe {
desk. In that moment Rainette Especially in Wagner F
substituted her own pack of cards Warrior in armour (roaring) ; }
jor his, Smart-Allick saw the Geschaupt! . '
quick movement in a= mirror Maiden in huge wig (absent- LOUIS CALHERN }
(fixed over his desk for that «indedly): What? FRANCIS L. SULLIVAN
purpose). In lighting her cigar The warrior cannot repeat his .

ette, he knocked q scoring-pad to
the floor, hoping she would bend

shout
orchestra

without throwing th

into confusion and up-



e

M-G-M |

to pick it up, and give him a setting the entire scene. He can-

chance to do a second substitu- not say You heard me” with- PICTURE

tion. She, on her guard, lethim out making her laugh, All he

pick up the scoring-pad. Each can do is to stand awkwardly i aaa ee ae
watched the other closely. As he leaning on his spear until she

moved the cigarettes to a side- wakes up and gives him back as

table he contrived to tilt the good she got.

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MRS. HOUSEWIFE-



Wanstead and Woodford

Any

with Margie Few and Willian
8.00
On The Job; 8.30 p.m
His Mazurka Orchestra









Housewives’ Guide

Prices for Celery and
Turnips in the local market
when the “Advocate”
checked yesterday were:—

Celery: 40c. per head.

Turnips: 18c. per Ib



Tough For
Skaters

LONDON,
living in the
district

tough

Life for children

f Essex County is pretty
hese days.

Relier-skating the

on

ord nas been barred under

new “anti-nuisance” bye-law just
passed by the municipal council
skating is

child caught
iable to be fined $14 —LN.S.

B.B.C, PROGRAMME

TURSDAY JULY 18, 1950
7.00 am. The News, 7.10 a.m



New













Radio Newsreel; 8.1 >
Michaelofl ar

8.55 o.m. Fro

p.m



by gunmes

FoR traders founded Kansus
City. Then tough, two-gun
men rode in with wagon-loads o!
silver from Mexico and made the
city rich. They ran gambling
dens and laid odds in gold. Ther«
were hold-ups, lynchings. and
murder. But Kansas City

rospered, and today celebrates
ies cen na ue this stain

owing skyscrapers and an
ola paddle steamer on the
Missouri River.

It is one of the finest stamps
from the U.S. this year. Perfora-
tion 11 by 10}; face-value 3 cents
(about 2)d.); price, unused, 6d.—
J.A. A,

Active KIDNEYS
KEEP You WELL

Nature’s filters may need help
It IS OFTEN SURPRISING

how quickly backache, lumbago,
rheumatic pains, stiff, aching joints
and the common urinary
disorders due to sluggish kidney
action can be overcome.

Strong, active kidneys safeguard
your health by straining excess uric
acid and harmful wastes out of the
system. When kidney action is
inadequate and fails to filter the







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TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1950





|

|

} After a long flight
plane reaches Nutwood,
still under snow. , On

| clown turns the ot

hands Rupert another

stares ‘* You've prepared for every-
thing,” he cries. ‘Did you know
what Was going to happen at the
Palace?” The clown smiles
mysteriously. ‘* Never mind what

the



brown paper. ** Here I know,’’-he says. “‘My work is
al calls. “Wrap M done. Good-byi Bhen he turns
| and give her to | and flies off.



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ROYAL (Worthings)

Today—Last 2 Shows
5 and 8.30 p.m.

Final Inst. Republic Serial

“THE PURPLE MONSTER
STRIKES”
starring Linda Sterling,
Dennis Moore, Roy Bancroft





Thursday at 8.30 p.m.
“CARACAS NIGHT”

EMPIRE
Today 4.45 & 8.30 p.m.
and Continuing

20th Century Fox Presents
John GARFIELD
Micheline PRELLE
in
“UNDER MY SKIN”
with
Luther ALDER
Orley LINDGREN
Extra: 1 Keel Short
“THE BATTLE FOR
KOREA”

ROxXxY
TODAY—4.45

Bon Rendel
Devera Burton
in
“OMOO OMOO”

AND
“CHINATOWN
MIDNIGHT”

TONITE at 8.30







p.m. Only

AT































Madam O’LINDY & Troupe
in
“CARACAS NIGHT”

OLYMPIC

Teday & Tomorrow
4.30 & 815 pm

Artists Double







United

William Boyd, Andy Clyde
in
“SINISTER JOURNEY”
AND
FURIA”
. with
Isa Pola, Rossano Brazzi

Wednesday Night at 8.30
“CARACAS NIGHT”

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B.G. Sugar Production
Exeeeds 1949 Figures

Advocate Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, July 14.
BRITISH GUIANA is 19,848 tons ahead in sugar

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

en a —_—

Slavs Clash in Pyorrhea and

“War of Words” Trench Mouth
A WAR OF WORDS being sale a un an sateltit Stopped in 24 Hours
of













against Yugoslavia reached a new level this « end with 3 Re
production compared with 1949, an attack ch the Tito Government by a memb the E < hak A
Up to the week ending July 1, 1950, production reached Hungarian Cabinet. Speaking to the peace rally, Cez .
92,821 tons. For the same period in 1949 the total was Losonczi, Secretary for People’s Culture, accused the “‘l
73,973 tons. .

Gang” of being the mouthpiece of Imperial
diaries. Tito, he added, is a threat to Hungar
to the peace et the world as a whole

—_.



Trinidad’s crop so far is esti-
at 12,627 tons short of 1949

°° .
Wa ISsianad production and this has been at-
Pp tributed to the unevenly-distri-
buted rainfall in the island for

ys the year.
Readers The 1950 crop is at



- Ror nae
Losonezi’s attack the Bleeding gums, sore mouth, or loose teeth

R | Cl ® Hungarian move in t view Bal-| mean that you are a victim gf Pyorrhea or
, 1 4 t < Trench Mouth, or some bad disease that

ec luna kan war of word cn f will events you to lose all your
a high pitch of 1 t teeth and ha nar false teeth before

last week your time. § eat World War
Army To Grab i025. » | Wee in

spread through-
alleged that Yugo that four out of every five people are suf-

ow sclentists say
- + ferers sooner or later, Be warned In time

a ing supplied wi ‘ } and stop these diseases before It is too late,

. 4 sla from former Wehi tor | because they often cau net only the loss

placed
508 tons and is said to be the
‘ond largest since 1942. Of this
r's production 23,000 tons have
marked off for local con-
ion and the balance will be
K and Canadian






(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)



GEunGEIOWN
British Guiana plans t rt
craft sch Ar
































the hintex f Western Germany of teeth, but also chronic rheumatism and
: Sé t ve +, t , rreur « » - Albania followir he t
Soe, witch | ds. teen Total estimate for the B.W.I NEW YORK, July 15 npeeia, Sane New Discovery
ne MBESrInG! 842.367 . . t ugoslavis otesting t j
part of t ial 2.307 tons compared with The American-China Policy ‘ acai e | Saves Teeth aria
DE he t lal s¢ ao , = itil ae . A pared allegec rsisten A the discovery of an nerican
Colony’s 10-vear 192,899 ton r last year. Up to Association said today it had tions aid the Albaniai ach | aciect dehib duaae trcubles ta mew One
Plan " Other sect June 13, Jamaica showed an in- received a copy of a purported i vu Pinyin ‘ quick way. It p foot
aa % . “a Yr 37 ) tons sanivtellh ss detente f Eo $ i slay \ a . ut zuma from bleeding
pall for a Live crease nf $7,000 tons. secret agreement be tween Russia suppre { he ‘T \ I na eee first day ly takes the more
nery and fe n s and Communist China which tration noas Out of your rt und soon tightens
The general idea of cl would turn the Chinese army into F We be eon ths consltn Se ameeay ware
school is. to tea childs LYew Attorney international Communist force to However an opti view ret; 4 guiterea from franc oth hea
oy iar ba rt Od conquer southeast Asia and help in ce vent n tt ba Sal Pyorrnea for ten re. My guy
aes ada dette Gene l F RETIRING British Vice-Consul in New York, Hon, Walter F. James, (centre) receiving from Rev. Dr. the “liberation” of the whole con- is ae mouar niet Baks Pecan’ a | aS aatoanl “Gini “teain ware
thi os ; som ; n senera or Winslow A. Beckles, Founder and Director of the West Indies Community Centre and Information tinent Mar ath ia st ef O : fai loower ait the time. f teled many things and
Ss S : aie 5 ‘ ‘ « ae VAC . « « ery
leathe ‘ : 7 . Bureau (right a scroll in appreciation of his invalnable services to members of the West Indian, Ameri- The Association, which said it mander of Greece's fore He | jn" house afior using aa ater
ew ry i : : ‘a Windwards can and African communities during his thirty-three years tenure of offig’. From left to right are Ameri- Was unable to check the docu- told an Athens newspaper that} bad ste ding. The sorenes
pee! Woesmvork | ane <4. ean born Prof. Wm. Howard, Associate Director of the Medhane-Alem Imperial School, Ethiopia; Mde nents authentic a + & ye. . : we x S| mouth 1 in three days and in
Later domestic subje will be . , ft srial command sang before Em ment’s authenticity, was founded in Communist milit two weeks I found that my loose teeth were
introduced for the girls Sarbados Advocate Correspondent) Mayme Richardson, who recently visited Ethiopia and by Imperia sang e peror 1946 to support the continuation of in the Balkans are mers he Saks thadtas cna tiies t Skil @nitiee haie~
anther; he girl : Mr. C. F. Henville, Crown At- Selassie; Mrs. James, wife of the Vice-Consul; Mr. James; Miss Iris Collins, former Congresswoman of an “open door” policy in China. It a war of nerves Gan Pres est of food G .
f ti najor educational pro- torne, $t c s-Nevis as 2eY C, ; ss Caterina Jarboro, opera star; and Dr. Beckles. bape : 7 ‘ = . ' ’ uaraniec
posal, for the hinterland is the y y Ss Kitts-Nevis, has been Jamaica, B-WL; Miss Gaterin » OP released what it described as a









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> struc -enera) and members include Mr. N. W. il) work J L >
from Paramaribo via Nickerie to ees. 25 ei Mg i oe Manley, K.C., M.H.R., the Hon- “‘Cat-cracker’,” he said, “is a a Ss SSUC 3
Georgetown arriving here on Roy a Artillery a ourable R. L. M. Kirkwood, M.L.C, jickname for fluid catalytic OF HERTFORD, MAKERS OF THE FIRST TOOTHBRUSH IN 1780

‘ eA . stitute wil t cracking plant It ; a Wi t
SEAWELL will run a fortnightly cargo and Arig Pi ty a Sera J.A.8 mouthful I sounds arran s

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translation of the agreement, pone sce, . ae
for the children of ranchers and , oP A 7 T P s > smuggled out of China omplete satisfaction or
Government employees, who have '2, leave for Grenada in early B.G. Technical ow oa an wie Kesbhlevicn atahed tlk one POLLITT IN PRAGUE turn of empty. package.
at present to be boarde ‘ ; September Mr. Henville is a . Dose | x S ta8 ' ing rt oe
Z ser be boarded and edu- Kittohian, wie wor educated st I til t treaty was dated February 12, 1956 ring wers from rheumatism
cated in Georgetown ares Cneaenens as educated a D> - i scow. The Sovie se PRAGUE, Jul 7 nd heart t t Amosan from your %
Reporting to Government on his the Antigua (Grammar School, NSlitutle M More Pet l B0-year treat - eS Dubie Mr. Harry Pollitt Gecretary of] & t today under (hts jr clad mara g
a to Government after a tour tee _ eerie ee “om GEORGETOWN eans r¢ ) from Moscow, was dated the British Communist Party py BROSAM ini as the sruasan hy.
0 he hinterland areas, the De- *'UGl . a FG Mac! or x $61,500 has . s Pebrug ad Prague by r to-night > Trench | sth
puty Director of Eira tion. Mr, turning to the Leeward Islands he eer fol eetectne Ace, By Bernard Harris —— 14 o A Pi Byitain = Rauien, For Pyorshea—Trench Mouth e
A. A. Bannister, mentions there took over the offices of Sir ernment’s new Technical Insti- LONDON. The dattaneak a semuael by - i
are approximately 800 children of Clement Malone who at that ume tute and more than 80 per cent PETROL that will give more power, more mileage, the Assoc ey at ee S$ oy
school age in the area with 750 became a judge. After a year in LP atiis Gairaient te Slreice ls his eT ft eee age, the Association, bound the Chinese uP YOUR SMILE re
actually enrolled. He commended private practice Mr. Henville Gojony we me , better acceleration, easier starting, and cleaner engines is to increase their army by 4,000,000, BRUSH.. “e sae see ens *
the Churches for their pioneer was appointed Registrar of St Major C. E. Darlington, Princi- on the way for British motorists. to reduce the country 8 population ‘
work and for the provision of Kitts and then became Crown pal of the Institute, just back from ~ ~ It will come from Europe’s big- penouse te gaisting jes ee ‘
schools and school buildings. He Attorney of that island, He re- the U.K. said that the Institute " gest oil refinery now _ steadily ay G eaters i Wibak ah :
also reported that the Jesuit Mi cently acted Attorney General in will be the best equipped in the go OOO 000 taking shape on a 1,000-acre site P aa fee 1 as Racal n China to 4
sionary Rev Fr. B. McKenna } Antigua Mr Henville is a Caribbean and could develop into 5 s at Fawley, alongside Southamp- eve ei a ea ges i é ,
tran ted the reading sheet cousin of Mr. Charlesworth Ross, the Technical Institute of the ° ton Water. The State Department said it had %
some of the Caribbfan Readers Acting Administrator of Antigua. Caribbean 6 > In the next 18 months 100,000 a \ Dh f
to the language of the W ' are inea : 10 comment to make on the re-
imo the sanguage of the apl- Mrs. Henville was born in It is expected that the erection wi tons of complicated bits and pieces te Th Seleasing the document
_ Grenada of the new building will be com- will be fitted together by the POTS: in F ne é teh a ‘
——-- pleted by the end of the year, and Teer t ee ON GRTION, Termen ),000 workmen, Already they are oe io canta n | “
the Institute will be opened in ‘ * rm , oe eee starting to assemble the heart of SUMDS. e am : 7 ai
as . ‘ t . A committee of farmers in , on * check its authenticity have proved
e January. Chief problem at the es 4 CS acca, . the plant, “Cat-cracker” is what ane aia nist fore:
LEEWARDS SCHOL. Ss moment is the question of staff, J@maica has sent to Government, thay alive Sauna Wawa ; fruitless. Because of the Korean §
Ip or in full voecatten nave! fii ‘time through the Jamaica Agricultural _ ollmen down at Fawley call evisis we are releasing it to the ;
(Barbados Advocate Correagondent) nS 7 Oper a , aa Society, proposals for the estab- ie Press with the feeling that the
f IGUA, July 17 G s instructors will be required but anak 2,000,000 > A Nickname
The 1 I Isla 3ch ulanas so far the services of only one has lishment of a £2,000, yee IM : course of events will shortly con: ,
The 1949 Leeward Island Schol- been secured. He is Mr. W. E. apple industry in the island. Round the lunch taple in the frm or discredit its authenticity.”
ars las bee awarded t . ey 4 loc -year- P VE "
a - c Ds ‘ + Kad bids achat For ihbdadae Alves ‘ aent) MacMahon who was an instructor ieee ian ea sh atelon tlaee He et, a a ar ae: Norval —Reuter
a 8 B 5 ' - " es (Barbados vocate RGETOWN at Hendon Police College for the alrman an yee : » a dire or 0 nglo-Amer-
Pee Fagonia ean. /s) RUCCREs On SM r be at , Metropolitan Police in Motor Car the Honoura le Rudolph Burke, can Oil Co., who are building |
scholarship has been won by The M.V. “Perica” (Capt. N. driving. Prior to his Police work M-L.C., President of the J.A.S., the plant, told me how the “Cat’
Montserrat Zaal) made her maiden voyage |

Thursday morning. The “Perica” and the Vice-Presidents of the









pater tradesmen in but it. isn’t all that
passenger service between the two are Tate shop _ practice; i ae > Shean complicated ‘ W A L Pp A M U R Q U A L | T Y P A | N T S$ =
yuianas 3 . , aaa 1€ possibilitres of ‘inea 2S OMe or ed
VALS BY B.W.LA.L w "The * 117-ton “Perica’” was woodworking machine shop prac- on the Briti h market wane cineen Maybe you remember from A Ss
ARRIVALS . Fit? a BCE 5. tice; gas and electric arch weld- : Rares - at 4 Your chemistr ssons at sc Hite
FROM TRINIDAD launched in Holland in March, oe ’ - se work; foundry work, Prominence by Mr. Manley at a ty ooo ts | Maggs aon ee school
Mrs. Inez Nelson, Mr. A. Dowell. 959 for the Surinam Navigation 8; Bi Seated bing Comference of farmers in the St. : eyes 18 & substance TOKYO, July 15
Wynter Crawford, Robert Celette Yoh te 4 ee A q fitting and tool fitting; plumbing 4 a ad : ale aa hich speeds up a chemical re- ', a) , :
Celette, Mark Celette, Ronald Lucie- Company She has a crew of 13 and pipe fitting; motor mainten Andrew hills early in May, and tian Avitiput tual t t fhe Tekyo District Court today
elette, Mark Celett ne : a a Abs fA dite att J Bs é * . »stio ‘ se action Ww ) actually ering ,
Smith, Duncan MeYntire, Phil Me and can accommodate 80 persons ‘nce and driving; painting and de- the question was subsequently y entering jccued warrants for the arrest of

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Taitharies Mr FE. Seepersad, Mr. B. cabin accommodation fo- four first

discussed at a meeting of the St, 4nto it :
Andrew Branches Associated of “You've got a good example in
the J.A.S., and a decision taken your stomach, It's called an

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Wale Mrs. F. Abraham, Mr. G, Tucker, class passengers. trades both and concrete; Giibike to form 4 Pineapple Committee cnzyme, It speeds up the diges- yee huesed ‘pasa public on a

Mr. Ly Scott, Mrs. R. Steede, Mr. G Fitted with radio telephone and ©! instrument making and repair; of the Society tion, but is not itself consumed 5" y Girective of Genera

Bolden, Miss M. Laurence, ee Bh J wireless on her bridge, the Perica electro-plating, and other trades The committee, in its proposals in the process MacArthur.

aeeing, Me vekcuer Tea Ge is capable of a speed of 13 knots to Government, holds that in order “In the same way we have in Those against whom warrants

Thame, Clarence Gwendolyn to the industry established the ‘Cat-cracker’ a substance eee former ¢ aa

Walton Eustace Matbs ee ee . nh before other soft curreney coun- which speeds e anges â„¢ St secretary-General Ayuick j

Trimingham, Mrs. Joan Be Mr. Wm Jamaican I obaeco fries have cornered the British ‘ohich = - eve ot nang ie and party strateg Sanzo Nozeaka .



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4. Goddard, Mr. J. Dare, Mr. Ahmed ra ort ged ’ pe rs before “With the old ¢ king pro- — ee frente aes
Mahmood, B. Ford, Inghar aur cINGSe ainz he middie of 1951 t is propose ess l e ' .¢. that purgec ‘ommunists had he
Ward, Alien Ward. James Ward, Hugt Al School KINGSTON, Jamaic Me eae e A ah Sbanas aii arise a » relying on id pres ; . a :
Ward, M Agnes Kong, Grantley H Mr. James F. Gore, chairman of ; nou e im- sure only, we ) r cect ecret political meeting to “recon
ard, is gne: ong : we . + ’ . r f on wa ite , ” . at x
Agams (Barbados Adyoeate Correspondent) the Jamaica Tobacco Company J a 1 from Hawaii, Puerto Rico petrol from cr ! ow wan Struct” their party, suosequent te
FROM MARQUETIA = GEORGETOWN Limited, now visiting Europe, ha oe the t OGG States,» the ‘Cat’ we get nearer 50 ‘he purge and banning of their 7
Margot Roja oF rae see Fee One of the features of the new een advised by the British au- ,, vernme Bt a : now studyin per cent. And it will be of ‘iigh- Propaganda organ Okahata (Red :
won Paul Donnelly, Queen’s College at Georgetown, thorities in Germany, that ail the committee's proposals er quality.” Flag) ar
Stephen John Donnelly, | ee British Guiana when it opens next import restrictions on Jamaica. Development work on the “Cat” Nine Communist leaders failed op ii
ee ds > nel seat ids, Vado Rey- Soo will be a mid day meal of ‘tobacco have been lifted sinc: ( has cost Anglo-American’s parent ‘© answer the Attorney General i,
eynolds, amela R vole ca Rey “ . a6 rg ox Cee 1 Sal 1 I : Been
nolds, Jack Raynolds, Hilda Duarte, tWO ee for a sum not exceed- November, 1949, and large quan- ewe e ps company, the huge Stand +! Oil ‘ummons on July 3 to appear for ’
Christina Duarte, Audres — DeLim a, a cone aa ps iphip ae aati tities of both cigar and cigarett Company of New Jersey ome questioning. A nation-wide search ,
Rosarie Silva ‘a ; 1a orms part of the new bulld=- togbaccos are required in Germa’ 2 millions of dollars was muintained for the men, but Walpamur Agents ¢ :
MaMa. PEE rae = 7 a te from Jamaica, according to report n 1 ua ae Sai od neither the Attorney General’s a
i eee eee The object of providing meals yeaching the island. Not Telling office nor the police were able td
we FROM HAITI says the Principal, Capt. H. Nobbs Mr. Gore has sent a recommen-~ The substance in the it” ovate ther : fou .
Mrs. Maximillen Cat M.Sc., is that the boys will “re- dation to the Unemployment (Barbados Advocate Cyrrespsndent) “Jooks like sand, though it he; all "Chief Cabinet Secretary Kast
FROM JA A s gard themselves as members of a (‘ommittee of the House of Rep- mG the properties of a fluid. What is ; 4 ; oe :
Mr. Percy Vaugha Mr Samuel jarge family and to behave them- resentatives urging that it should ANTIGUA it made from? Okazki today told the Japanese
Gibbons, Miss Gwendc Hackett, Mr elves as sich.” San tas uight' wad Gaasontat : During the recent visit of the “I’m jot telling.” said Mr Press that warrants would enable
James Ram Miss Abrore Walters + ia cited F Sa ormulate plans and associations American Consyl - General in . & ang, sat wT. the police to search private houses
DEPARTURES BY B.W.1.A It is pointed out that boys who to promote the cultivation of 7 : “a tua thesActing Myers But there will be 400 ovus 4 »
FOR eget eke? 11 Last live in the rural areas will find tobacco on a larger scale in Ja4 a Annie by ape ith vii tons of it in the plant, and it where Tokudia and others are be- )
3s Evelyn uir rs Allia ash- : ya onl é: pee . dministrator aisec w 1 : . ve, > hi ~~
ae eevee ay Lashley. Miss Ida te mid day meal a real boon, but maica for shipment to Great jp; . Scaaica ad hy setting the ne Will circulate through the ‘Cat’ heved to be hiding —-Reuter
Fogelson, Mr Fra it is hoped that boys from the Britain and Europe. cessity of persons from this Pres- Unit at the rate of 40,000 tons a }
Nalile | Ffeeman, irs. . 1 razian bi Rag asi also participate in the fas having 6 mo.to Barwades BOY In the process between ersik e ies ni
? leo trazian : é » > " t visas to three and four tons a day will be la n )
Graziani, Mrs. Caroline y to obtain non immigrant visa oO e a) ie si leita "
Derothy Motley, Miss Hermena ‘Teix- posi enter the United State used up @ NAIL SCISSORS
eira, Mr. Kenneth Englebright, Mrs Inez Th W. th So important is this substance e
Rabinson, Miss Dorothy F Mi * a e ea er On his return trip through Bar . reel ee” ig alg A » 6 TWE "RS
Eudora Inniss, Miss on : os Little Interest bad the American Consul-Gen- re Se - og ed ; ° plant merican ° TWEEZERS
Roger Elliott, Mr y TODAY v , is now being designed to manu- “i
Teray Florant, Mi arence Stuart, Mr : , eral discussed with the American facture jt at Warringt {Tansee e e@ FILES
Mau Biuatt, “Mx. Antonio. Bi Miss (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) Sun Rises; 5.40 a.m. Vice Consul there, Mr. Albert V. *“QGUre i! a pyringvon 4 Lancs) . | ~ wenn
Bery! Taylor, Miss Miriam Co “Mr KINGSTON, Jamaica Sun Sets; 6.20 p.m. Nyren, the problem of such per- 4 WMD te bee Taviay Wis Dee 1 urveys SHAVING BRUSHES
Norman Elias, Mrs. ¢ as, Miss No date has yet been set by the | Moon; (First Quarter) 22nd onal applications. It has now @uce 1,000,000 gallons of | this ’ . een Pare at
“ ‘ 88 Zartlett z ree atives 7 ° aeeenye bdoomilts . m ner-grade very ay— — 1 f
Rapes. See E “. Jamaica House of Representatives Lighting: 7 p.m. been arranged that Mr. Nyren or higher grade petrol every day TEHERAN, July 15 i @ RAZORS N
joughby, Mr bert Can ean oF the Legislative Council for ed High Water: 554 am. 7.05 a qualified member of his staff Mees “aan ae Mings Vie old Persia today rejected Soviet} )) are i
Wilson, Miss Theresa N debate on the Federation Report p.m. will spend a short time in Antigua “basic ration. : complaints alleging American oil] ?}) \
Felix Montes de Oca of the Rance Committee. In Gov- YESTERDAY twice a year for the purpose of No Complaints surveys on the Soviet-Persian {{{ ; . : \
oe ee MeOn ST LUCIA ernment circles, however, it 4s Rainfall (Codrington) Nil. taking such application In charge of construction is 38- border, but said that to remove |))) CALL IN TO-DAY AT i)
Mr. Douglas . planned that the report st ould be Total for Month to Yester- = ; year-old, 17-stone Bob Cole, who friction and misunderstanding,! }/) vi)
*» Mrs. Dor iebated after the summer recess dae) 149 tan This will be of great help to the has put up several refineries in air surveys would be stopped and i 9 ~ — \
M, Mr Ci of the Legislature, and it is likely a oey: het ins, a Leeward Islands because in the the U.S. but none so big as Faw- only Persian engineers would] }) \
rey Mra. An Oe es to be the first subject for discus- Temperature (Max) 86.5°F. past there have been many urgent j,y make ground surveys in future if }
FOR MARTIN sion in the Autumn Session Temperature (Min) 76.0 F. sions for health reasons and “We are doing all right,” he A Persian note said orders had i Broad and Tudor Streets. i
Miss Elenor Barbour Since the publication of the re- Wind Direction, (9 a.m.) E otherwise when people have lost says in his soft Texan drawl been given to a seven-year-plan | ))) )
i no NTIGUA port little interest has been shown by N. (3 p.m.) E. considerable time coupled with ~ “These ” British workers. are Organisation to stop all aerial] |i! oi ih
Mr. Carl Blanch J a ‘ ; 5 sales i pense ‘ 1 s § e ss os ROSE SAS, lll SSS"
in the island in its proposals, Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.944 dde expenses in having to fly urvey and to cz , out a land = SSS
FROM ‘ ; PEEP ore “ver as s spj- Survey anc OD carry OUL é (AMMA AAS tt ott bot 444 re
Stiss Mosman Lake, “Mr. Geonrey aioe than in People's National (3 p.m.) 29.877, from here to Barbados merely to rear Ps Mise a ae Ameri Survey only by Persian engin-loeo ee PPPOE PLP
Maughan Party circles. cbtain a visa ore p . pers o q







So you can be pretty sure that > , x
ute aa eas caleet yen? Ape A Persian statement which was %& e 6 9 x
ready on time ae be, if 2% reply to a Soviet note on June] R
ae ‘ pee 22 pointed out that the Persians] ¥ Xs

Bob Cole is lucky with plant de- were free to do what they pleased] &
liveries, some parts of it may

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) at any t national territor $ nye ’ 7 7 »
) i even start up before the end of i rhaaied the Soviet enters x KK VER MIXT URL 99 ¥
— . next year ; allegations in weneral. It added] % °
: L.E.S, that the Persian oil company con- % %
ducted exclusively with Persian) & e ms
B. G. Reporter capital employed seven Swiss xg
Nationals for survey ¥,

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experts and technicians were|@ 0’! are ee eae pounded from t ea Dr igs, Fever x
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) headed by a famous geologist, caused > Chil ete. respond readily » this effective x
GEORGETOWN Professor Arnold Heim preparatior %
Mr. Henry Walter Josiah, re- The purchase of two American %
porter on the staff of the Daily Grilling machines by the Persian % Remember it i RECTOR'S PRODUCT” Obtainable at:—
Argosy has been accepted for the government nece ted its in-|@ ~
Journalists’ trainiug course at the stajlation by American techni- xg %
London Polytechnic in 1950-51. ejans, but tt Gove . s 9 s ¢
i ans, t the yovernment had| & 1OPpo 1 ’ 7 ) . ~
Josiah who is 19 years of age engaged no foreign adviser to $ i ESSTS 00 er S (B DOS) rg i Ores ij e R
Yoined the Argosy an leaving carry out military activities| ¥ SB
School in 1948. He will leave B.G._ detrimental to Soviet Security % Broad Street and Alpha Pharmacy, Hastings. %
to be in London by mid-Septem- > » whe 7 13 .
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BARBADOS 1

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Tuesday, July 18, 1950







Oil Regulations

THE LICENCE made between the Gulf
Corporation and the Barbados Govern-
ment together with Regulations made
under the Petroleum Act 1950, have been
laid on the table of both Houses of the
Legislature. The Licence is not subject to
the approval of the Legislature but the
Regulations may be disapproved if the
disapproval takes place within forty days.

It is therefore with the Regulations
mainly that members of the Legislature
will be concerned. In studying the Regula-
tions certain difficulties will be encountered
due to the fact that many of them are
highly technical. In the Petroleum Drilling
and Production Regulations, Regulation
17 (9) provides, “Whenever directed so to
do by the Governor-in-Executive Commit-
tee the Operator shall take or cause to be
taken an electrolog. The operator shall see
that the electrical resistivity, weight and
viscosity of the mud are recorded on the
electrolog. A copy of all electrologs, whether
or not taken at the direction of the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee, shall be
supplied to the Governor-in-Executive
Committee.”

It is clear from the Regulation cited
above that only those with technical know-
ledge will be fit to discuss the import of
such a Regulation. It will however be the
duty of the members of the Legislature to
discuss the overall results and implications
of the Regulations.

The people of Barbados are determined
that oil development here shall be carried
out in an orderly manner and welcome any
signs which indicate that the Government
are aware of the need for some supervision.
Assuming that the Regulations merely
embody normal good procedure in oil drill-
ing, the matter which will occupy the minds
of all will be the cost of maintaining the
supervision envisaged in these Regulations.

The Regulations do not seek a general
control but provide for the minutest details
to be subjected to governmental scrutiny.
Regulation 17 (4) for instance states,
“When cores are taken from the core barrel
they shall be released into core boxes of a
kind and size to be specified by the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee and accu-
rately tabulated as to the number of the
core, top, bottom and per cent recovery of
the core, and shall be protected from theft
or misplacement by being housed in a
suitable building and under lock and key,
and a fair sample of such cores shall be
forwarded to the Governor-in-Executive
by the operator whenever required by the
Governor-in-Executive Committee at the
expense of the operator.”

Regulation 2 (2) clearly envisages the
setting up of a Petroleum Department and
this would be necessary in view of the leg-
islation and the essential requirements of
governmental supervision, The question
which cannot fail to exercise the minds of
members of the Legislature will be the cost
of running such a Department in view of
the detailed provisions contained in the
Regulations. Oil technologists draw big
salaries and this island must beware that
the funds realised from oil are not all dissi-
pated in the payment of salaries to persons
whose task it would be to supervise the
working of these Regulations.

It may be that the Government consider
that a small staff would be adequate to
exercise the powers and conduct the en-
quiries mentioned in the Regulations. It is
a matter however, on which a statement
from the Government would be advisable.



In Barracks. On the Prairie, On the Trains, They all Listen

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WHY is that an American or
Canadian docker earns twice as
much real money as an English

docker? Why igs it that a miner
or a railway worker or any other
worker in North America earns
twice as much as his counterpart
over here?

These questions deserve to be
asked by British trade unionists.

For the answer is_ perfectly
simple. It is just this:
For 50 years American and

Canadian trade unions have been
fighting the boss on behalf of their
workers. ‘

Silly Game

But during the same = period
British trade unions have been
playing politics—and pretty silly
politics at that. Keir Hardie was
@ great man; but when he united
the trade union movement with
a political party, he did the British
worker an ill-service.

What is a trade union for?
Does it exist to get better. pay
and conditions for the workers;
or does it exist to get nationalisa-
tion and “a planned economy’’?

The workers in nationalised in-
dustries have now discovered that
a planned economy is planned
nonsense. Only the most ardent
Fabians still defend it.

Why, Mr. Herbert Morrison has
gone so far ag to tell a Highland
audience that the new Socialism’s
primary objective is to encourage
private enterprise! The Scottish
air must have done something to
Herbert’s Highland blood.

So long,as the Socialist Party
was a minority party, it was free
to agitate for any cause which
happened to be going, the sole
criterion being “Is it popular?”

Now that it is saddled with the
responsibility of government, a
totally different Is the object of the trade unions
still to be agitation for anv cause
which the workers think right, or
popular; or is it merely to main-
tain the Social Party in office?

Can anvbody imagine that the
TUC in the last two years would
have advocated a wage-freeze if
the Tory Party had been in power?
To explain now. after two vears.
that the wage-freeze is really not
o wase-free7s, le simply to burke
the issue. The fact ic that for
two years the trade union leaders
have been advocating a stand-stil!
an wages

Why Join?

Is there any trade unionist in
this country who joined his union

MICHAEL A



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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in. order to be told not to ask for
an increase in pay? I can get my
employer to tell me that any day
—and he doesn’t charge me 2s. a
week for the privilege, either,

Of course, the wage freeze, or
whatever you choose to eall it,
has been extremely helpful to the
Socialist Government over the last
two difficult financial years. It
would have been equally helpful
to any other Government.

The important point is, how-
ever, that had it not been for the
financial irresponsibility of this
Government, the wage-freeze
would never have been necessary.
Tt has come about through the
fact that the economic theories of
the intellectual Socialists have
proved unworkable.

Apoplexy

A year or so ago Mr. Walter
Reuther, the head of the United
Automobile Workers of America,
stated that he thought the profits
of General Motors Corporation
were not big enough! The Daily
Worker had apoplexy, The Daily

Herald discreetly did not com-
ment,

Now Mr. Reuther’s union has
produced a pamphlet on which

there is printed the slogan, “No
profits, no wages, no jobs.” Sound
and simple truth, but bitter to a
Socialist

Would anyone’ suggest that
Walter Reuther is merely a stooge
of the capitalists? Has he sold
out to Wall Street?

On the contrary, Mr. Reuther
merely knows the simple truth,
that if the employers don’t make
big profits, he can’t get money out
of them for big wages.

He also knows, what every busi-
ness man knows, that high profits
and high wages have always gone





in his pay packet, says

TED LEATHER

@ Ex-Paratrooper Leather was bern in Hamilton,

the war; came to England after Dunkirk; used his

anowmre FE ACCUSE THE UNIONS

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, the British worker loses |

sative MP for North Somerset.

as at Canadian Military College before
become an insurance broker in the City.
« a a

together. You cannot have one
without the other. He knows, too,
that what is one man’s profit is
another man’s pay-packet. When
an industry makes a heavy loss,
there is no room to increase wages.

Need anyone tell that to the
National Union of Railwaymen
today?

Look at these figures. Since
1938 the wage earners of this
country have improved their real
wage standard by 27 per cent,
entirely at the expense of other
sectiong of the community, who/!
are getting heartily sick of the
process,

In free enterprise America, the
workers have improved their stan-
dard 46 per cent, and everyone
else has gone up, too. Why?

Because American trade union
leaders knew that productivity and
efficiency are in the workers’ in-
terest.

Hetter Lives

Because American trade union
leaders knew that a competitive
free enterprise system is the only
way to stimulate productivity and
efficiency—and hence to better
workers’ conditions.

Because American trade union
leaders know, what we are finding
out from bitter experience, that
there is no place for a trade union
in a nationalised economy.

That is why American and
Canadian trade union leaders are
not Socialists; and that is why
American and Canadian workers

| ter fell wounded on the deck of H.M. sloop

| On regaining consciousness he learned he



eat better than British workers
do.

WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—LE.S.

RLEN

the best-selling novelist of the ‘Twenties and ‘Thirties is back in
England after eight years. To-day he writes his impressions of

MAYFAIR. 1950

WE WERE standing outside the
hotel where I am staying. The tall
trees in the Park looked alert and
cheerful, the chevychase of red
buses made a fine show on Park
Lane, and the young policeman
on point duty—who looked some-
how smaller than policemen were
when I was young—tried to stifle
a yawn.

“Like being back in London
again?” my young companion
asked.

“Enormously, I’ve just hady a
nice glass of warm beer-——very
tasty.”

But my heart was
gibe.

Warm beer and tepid coffee,
rolled umbrellas and well-worn
gloves, agreeable chaps it. bowlers
and tranquil ladies witn excitable
hearts, Harry Preston taking
Arnold Bennett and me to the
Carpentier-Beckett fight, tidy
week-ends and untidy week-ends,
formidable matrons with feathers
in their hats quoting Coventry
Patmore, pretty ladies immacu-
lately dressed in faultless bad
taste as decreed by Channel in
the year of Our Lord 1922, pretty
girls looking bored with boredom
and insisting on paying for their
own drinks, endless and reward-
ing conversations about matters
of no importance whatsoever .. .
all these, and countless others,
were a small part of an England
never to be forgotten, to be cher-
ished always.

Indignant

“Do people,” I asked Mary, “still
enjoy talking nonsense?”

not in the

“Only seriously ~+- Aneurin
Bevan nonsense.”
“Dear me,” I said, “No trifling?”
Mary was firm. “Don't you
know there’s a very angry pur-
chase-tax on trifles?”

More than eight years ago,
when I had left England, Mary
had been a glorious young Waaf
of 20 and as shining- bright as the
silver coins we can no _ longer
afford. But all men in their fifties
tend to resent, I fancy, the fact
that young people simply will not
stay young.

“You are indignant, aren't you,’
I said.

She smiled,
right.

she laughed out-

“Michael, we really enjoy? it—
being indignant. We'd feel quite
lost without our indignation-—I’m
positive. But it’s really only about
little things—like having no money
to waste and things like that. Golly,
what I'd give to be able to waste
something again!

“But we're still the same about
biggish things—like being rather
shamefaced at having to admit that
there’s really only one country in
the world, in spite of everything,
to live in.”

“IT hope the day will never come,”
I said “when English people Tories
and Socialisis alike, stop being as
conceited about their modesty as
the Americans are about their
industrial progress.”

“Look,” said Mary, “there’s one
of the little things we enjoy feeling
indignant about.”

New Bosses

A large man had come out of
the hotel, a florid and fruity bloke
with all the earmarks of a dis-
tressed area dressed up to wel-
come a Royal visit. He strode
across to a large and delicious
limousine.

“One of
Mary said.

our new _ bosses,”

“What, yours?”

“England’s. But, of course, we
don't admit it—we call them a
New type of Business Man of
New Blood. A spot of New Blood
just like him bought our house
for offices when father couldn’t
keep it up any longer—and dad-
dy has developed quite a squint
trying not to look at that shiny
new office-building as he walks
through Berkeley Square.

Thirty years ago, in the shadow
of Lansdowne House brooding
over its impending dissolution to
make way for amore modish and
productive palace, how many
cosy evenings I had spent in that
grey, inconvenient, happy home
of Mary’s parents.

We weren’t such young fools,
mind you, as not to be aware of
a changing world, But we did
not realise that changes which
seem to have happened gradual-
ly in the history-books are catas-
trophically quick when they hap-
pen to us.

So my friend’s home was now
a busy hive of business for pro-
gressive and efficient planners.
Well, my friends weren’t efficient

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sweat moistens the dye. Areas where the
glands are paralysed remain grey).

But it is through his Stoke Mandeville
work on war victims, which he started for
the Government six years ago, that Dr. Gutt-
mann has achieved international fame,
bringing him invitations to teach his methods
in France, Belgium, Holland, Israel, and
South America.

His success with paralysed people, rejected
by other doctors as hopeless, springs from
that typically German side of his character
which demands meticulous attention to
detail.

He treats the critically sick men and
women now sent to him from hospitals
throughout Britain in five stages:—

1. With blood transfusions and_ special
feeding he gets them back into good physical
shape. He heals pressure wounds by having
his patients turned over every hour day and
night for months. He gives them his own
bubbling enthusiasm for life.

Then, by means of an alcohol injection
treatment which he devised, he stops the un-
controllable muscle spasms. This enables
the patients to sit up in wheel-chairs. With-
out it the spasms would throw them to the
ground.

2. He strengthens their muscles by exer-
cise on a tandem bicycle, hung upside down
above the bed. With the feet strapped to one
set of pedals a patient can operate the
machine by turning the other pedals with
his hands.

Then Guttmann shows them how to
develop new muscles for balancing by exer-

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“I Am Only a Symbol—Men Need Affection’ company now. Her loyal | o

y y' Sf phi Ss emanen. ae ei Hy John Haker White. MP ing materials, agricultural ma- x

E i k ¢ k SS INE wri m6. NEE own chinery and meat and dairy pro- %

Hy Frederic Oo scripts. She records 285 pro- duce, not only failed to fulfil their $

NEW YORK years old and lives in some | age cpa week—a different one} MILITARY experts are sur- The building materials industry fixed production quotas, but even x

: ' style in Hollywood. or each area, : prised that the Communist attack was charged with bad manage- reduced their production as com- &

The psychologists and the psy- ~~ ¥ She operates from one of thy Jon South Korea has been launched ment and “failure to develop local pared with 1948 by 20-30 per ,

chiatrists, and Dr, Kinsey, too, She does not care to tell tuo country’s most luxurious studios | at the beginning of the rainy sea- industry.” The fisheries and mo- cent,” " rea as %

may make what they can-of it, Much about herself, “I am a —in Hollywood, of course—with @}son, which makes campaigning tor and tractor industry were This report is a sharp contra- R

But the fact remains that for Symbol.” she says, “not a person, microphone of super-—sensitivity Jalways difficult and sometimes condemned for “excessive wast- diction of previous Kremlin re- ¢

millions of Americans radio lis- 1 exist in their imagination, pitched to gather up and amplify | impossible. Political | Observers age”; the meat and dairy industry ports on the “recovery” of the x k : WEETABIX

teners—all men—The “Lonesome that’s all. They think of me as every little whispered nuance in] watching events in Russia are-not for “poor quality and lack of Ukraine. For Coc tails SHREDDE CEREAL
Gal is the biggest thing on the their girl, lonely like they are, the voice that is magic for mil- | so surprised variety.” . QUAKER oar

air,

Every weekday night, where-
ever they may be, men in hordes
switch on to listen to a girl with
a husky contralto voice, which
she somehow seems to be direct-
ng i to them and them
alone, whigpering enticingly gush,
sentiments’ te anid

_ “Hello,” says the voice. “This
is your lonesome gal! How are
you to-night? Tough day? Feet
ache? Well, just remember this
—your lonesome gal loves you,
more than anything else in the
world. You won't forget, will
you?”

: In Army barracks and lonely
prairie farms, in college dormi-
tories by the hundred, in the
smoking cars on the transcon-
tinental trains, this is the pro-
Bramme of the day for men and
boys of all ages and sizes,

~ In The Lonesome Gal _ they
apparently find an _ indefinable
something that is missing from
real life.

Who is she? And how did it
all begin?

She is tall and dark and more
than a little good-looking. Her
name is Jean King. She isp 22

wanting affection as they do, lions.
That’s all there is to it.”
wecret. She is

She is not entirely accurate in ly.
that. From her point of view
there is a lot more to it—includ-
ing a fast ascent from obscurity
to a big reputation in radio with
an assured income of about

£40,000 a year,

the proddicer of

Born in Texas, she became a
singer. She played an occasional
bit in a minor Hollywood film.
Three years ago, in Dayton, Ohio,
she found out what loneliness
could be. She did not know a
soul in town. An_ opportunity
came to earn a few dollars filling
in on a radio programme, intro-
oucing records,

“I had nothing much to say,”
she says, “So I just talked about
how lonely I was. I found out
that there are a lot of lonely
people in this world besides me.’

Six months ago she stopped
being lonely only in Ohio, She
was taken up nationally, broad-
cast on a regular basis over 57
major stations right across the
land Lonely men in every
orner of America can have

* Have you
can't lift
rubbish und

FOOTNOTE.—She has one big

She is happily
has been for some

William Rousseau,



For when a domestic crisis The chemical, electrical, fores-

not really lone-Jarises it is always the fashion of try, building, timber, paper, com-

married — {the Politbureau to divert. atten- munications and coal industries
years — to]tion abroad. Avere also censured.

her programme,| This may well explain the tim- Reference was made at the

ing of the attack on South Korea, meetings to the “poor organisa-

—LES. The cold war campaigns against, tion” of internal trade and “short-

Persia and Finland. and the hot ages of consumer goods.” “Seri-
war campaign against Greece, OUS failures” in the construction
were similar diversions. So was-0f several new power stations
the Berlin blockade, were mentioned,

All of them coincided with
economic or political crises behind:
the Iron Curtain

Other reports indicate that there
are serious difficulties in the
Ukraine, regarded by the Polit-

The present crisis is economic bureau as a key republic.
rather than political—though the A deputy chairman of the So-
six-week-long disappearance of viet Supreme Council, M. S.
Mr. Vishinsky from the Soviet Grechukha, reporting on June 14,
scene needs an explanation. said: “Special attention must be

" paid to improving the work of

His deputy has been acting for enterprises in the food, cotton,

um in international affairs He meat and dairy produce industries
was not present with Molotov, jn which great losses are occur-
Malenkov, Beria, Ponomarenko, ring as a result of lack of proper
Bulganin and other Soviet leaders planning and insufficient super
at the Soviet Supreme Council yision
meetings on June 16, 17 and 19
What evidence is there of an There followed mention of trad-
economic crisis in Russia? Quite ing losses totalling 83 million rou-
tny that maids 1 considerable amount bles
vp and put t was discussed with surprising Grechukha - said Last year
erneath ?” frankness at the Supreme ( i various

‘ouncil several enterprises under



It is evident that the greatest
difficulties are in the vital industry
of agriculture. The Supreme
Council reports used the term
“major failures,” particularly in
electrification plans in Georgia,
and “inefficiency of sales organi-
sation,”

An editorial in Pravda of May
17 gave details of what is evident-
ly a serious breakdown in the col-
lective farm organisation in the
Kirghiz, Kazakh and Uzbek re-
publics, in the Kaluga and Orel
provinces, and in the Krasnodar
region,

_ These are some of the difficul-
ties that the Soviet Government
admit exist. In a country where
the economy is under continual
strain they add up to a serious
situation.

It will be solved, and another
mass trial and purge will probably
follow But a sensational success
for Communism is the need of the
moment

That may well be the reason
yr the Korea invasion

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Community
Singing At
Belleplaine

—TONIGHT

HE £7. ANDKEWS



Playing

Fiei., oellepiame, tonight |
Should echo w the sound of hun-
dreds © .cos when residents
will be e opportunity to

join in ¢
uecom,
Band

A special concert by the Police
Band nas been arranged by Cap-
tain 4 ©. Raison

They will use, their own electric
lighting system for the first time
in that parish.

The programme is as follows:—

?

singing to the
f the Police

q@)

Military March With the Home
Guard — Somers.

(2) Overture Waltzes from Vienna—
Clutsam.

(3) Film Music — The Road to Rio
Teusen.

(4) Classic Song Ave Maria iby re-
quest) Schubert.

(5) Medley 50 Years of Song-—Kenneth
(6) Calypso Time Calabash; Run, Run,
Run; Smai! {sland; Black Market

Murrell.

(7). Community Singing Songs that
will never Die — Traditional.

(8) Dancing Time—The Wedding Samba;
My Foolish Heart; I Can Dream,
Can't 1? Music, Music, Music

(9) Finale — The Toy Soldiers on Parade
Synopsis:—March from the Toy Shop;






Slow and Counter Marching; General's
Inspection — A Casualty the Ranks;
The Drill Parade; The Massacre of the
Toy Soldiers

Characters:—The General Bandsman
S. Rollock; The Sgt. Major Bandsman
Blenman; The Nurse Cadet Hutson,

HE DECISION of His Worship

Mr. B. Griffith—who put
Samuel Holder of Goodland on a
perconal kond for six months in
tne sum of £5 ior Stealing a pig
irom Lenora Clement’s yard
valued $8 and the property of
Sydney Cave—was varieu yester-

cay by their Honours Mr. J, W. B.
Cnenery and Mr. H. A. Vaughan,
Assistant Judges of the Court otf
Appeal

Hoider was lined 40/- by Their
Honours. Tne tine is to be paid
in seven days or in default one

month’s imprisonment,

Lenora Ciement said on June
6 she was at her house in Good-
land when Holder knocked at her
gate and told her he wanted to
get into the yard. She opened the
gate and Holder took up the pig
trom her yard belonging to Sydney
Cave. She tried to take the pig
cway from him but another man
by the name of Harding helped
him with the pig.

Asked by Holder if he (Murphy)
believed that he (Holder) had any
intention of stealing the pig
Murphy said yes. Murphy said
that Holder had no intention of
delivering the pig to Cave.

After all the evidence was heard

Their Honours told Holder that it
was abundantly clear in their
minds thst he went to Clement's!

house intending to take this pig.

However they would not deal
severely with him. They were
uot going to put him on a bond

but would impose a fine
HE MOBILE CINEMA will be
giving a show at the Colleton
Area, St. John tonight. Other
shows this week will be given at

Redman’s and _ Hall’s — Villages,
Bennett’s Plantation Yard, St.
Thomas on Wednesday; Thurs-

day, Edgecombe Area; St. Philip;
and on Friday, Morgan Lewis
Plantation Yard, St. Andrew,
EITH RAYSIDE of Black Rock
reported to the police yester-
day that the building which
houses his rock-erushing machine
at Lodge Hill, St. Michael was
broken and entered and a quan-
tity of articles which is valued at
$9.88 stolen
NOTHER LOSS was reported
by Owen Goodman of Har-
mony Cot, St. George. He left his
wallet containing $57 in his motor
car while he was at Graves End
Beach on Sunday.
A GENERAL TALK for women
will be given at the Girls’
Industrial Union tonight by Dr
Eyre Kinch to all members of
No. 6 Club and their friends.
The talk will begin at 7.45.
A& LANTERN LECTURE, en-
titled Missionary Pioneering
Midst Kashmir’s Mountains, will
he given at Roebuck St. Moravian
Church, hy Mrs. E. E. New at 7.30
this evening
FJANTHE GRAHAM of Vine
Street, St. Michael, was injured
when she fell from a bicycle after
Laing collision alone

Fistor Prnd Pard, St Thomss, |



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~ Robbery Charge

| WILBERT STOUTE and Gwendolyn Bowen were
acquitted yesterday at the Caurt of Grand Sessions,
Stoute was charged of robbery with violence, and Bowen

of aiding and abetting him in committing the offence. The

‘Two Acquitted On| 7

case was heard before His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor, Acting

Chief Justice. Mr. W. W.

Reece, K.C., Solicitor General,

prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, while Mr. J. S. B.

Sugar Crop
May Reach
New High

“All the grinding is over and
the crop proved to be very success-
ful,” Mr. C. C, Skeete, Director of

Dear represented the accused.
- Sp * Stcute

and Bowen were
charged with having committed
‘the offence against Sydney God-
{dard of Fairchild Street and
| proprietor of the Zanzibar Club.

The case for the prosecutian
was that on December 25 last
year, about 1 am. Sydney God-
dard was cycling along Tudor
| Street towards Broad Street when
Stoute attacked him, beat him
and took $8 from his pockets, The
case against Bowen was that she
incited Stoute to beat Goddard

Agriculture, told the Advocate yes-' und when his spectacles fell off,

terday.
figures have not yet come in from
all the factories but the final esti-
mate is around 158,000 tons, which

is a new record production for the |

island.
tons,

He pointed out that the weather
so far this year has developed the
present crop to a point where it is
likely that there will be a much
larger tonnage next year but the
actual realisation of that large
crop naturally depends on whether
the conditions during the remain-
ing part of this year and the early
part of the reaping season next
year are good.

He said, “if conditions continue
to be favourable there are pro-
pects of producing a crop of
180,000 tons next year.

Welfare Fund
Gets Busy

Some of the applicants have
already been given loans from the

Last year’s was 152,731



Labour Welfare Fund but their
cases were the most needy.
In an interview with the “Ad-

vocate” yesterday, Mr. D. A. M.
Haynes, Manager of the Peasants’
Loan Bank who is distributing
the loans said that he started
advancing loans last week to the
most urgent cases all over the
island,

Over 1,000 applicants have been

considered and there are still a
further 1,000 to be dealt with.
The department gave out over

¢,000 forms but about 4,000 forms
are still to be returned

Mr. Haynes said that in some
cases the houses of the applicants
are in a very bad condition and

the applicant really needs the loan.
Most of the applicatioms came
from St. Andrew, St. Joseph, St
John, St. George and St. Thomas.



‘“Byfjord” Brings
1,000 Bags Flour

A shipment of 1,000 bags of win-
ter wheat flour was discharged
here between Sunday and yester-
day by the S.S. Byfjord from New
York.

Also among the cargo were 29
bags of mail and packages of
matches.

The S.S. Atlantian which call-
ed from London on Saturday, was

still in port yesterday. This ves-
sel has brought to the island
10,399 paper-bags of Portland

cement along with a shipment of

Morris and Prefect, Citroen and
Vauxhall motor cars.



OIL EDGES
OUT COAL

Schooners arriving in the colony
with firewood and charcoal dur-
ing the past few weeks were not
getting a ready sale for their



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Municipality For
St. John’s

|
Correspondent) 1

ANTIGUA |

Antigua’s Government has ap-}
peinted a conymittee to investigate |
the possibility of establishing an!
independent municipality for the
city of St. John's This subject
was considered here twenty years
ago and it was found that as the
island was unable to balance her
budget the undertaking was im-
possible at that time. Again it was
discussed in 1944—45 and as it
was felt that the city could not
face further increased taxation
during those years and the subject

(Frem Our Own

was dropped
This year there has been a 2!
per cent increase on housing tax

and still the city will be unable
to carry through the plan with-
out a substantial grant from Gov-
ernment. The newly formed com-

mittee consisting of the Crown
Attorney, Mr. Cecil Kelsick as
Chairman, the City Clerk, Mr

W. L. McGuire, the Treasury Ac-
countant Miss |Gwen Edwards
the Acting Water Fngineer, Mr. G

St.cC. |Batson and five elected
members of the Council Messrs
Vv. C. Bird, M. D. L. Benjamin,
E. H. Lake, H. Pratt. E. Williams,
also Mr. E. Scott-Johnston will
explore the possibilities of rais-
ine more revenue with the hope

that








the municipality can be es-{ Mrs. Nina Maddock, wife of
tablished ji 1 with Govern-} WASHINGTON, July 17 the vicar of All| Saints Church,
ment’s ssistance although the} The Secretaries of the ~Ameri-| Boreham Wood, Hertfordshire,
citv. continues to be financially! can Army, Navy and Air Force | believes that housewives are
weak. announced to-day that they! learning to become saints be-)
{have had under consideration the| cause al! the virtues for saint-|
{stepping up of military aid 1) | hood are practised in their
[ 9 Western Europe. | daily job
W hat son Today The Rirclomare came at i| ;
\)Press conference called by the | Writing in All Saints parish
Court of Grend Sessions: }| three secretaries to announce the | magaz Mrs Maddock said: |
10.00 a.m. |formation of their own joint or ‘ S oyalty courage, |
Meeting of the House of | ganisation to be known ‘The nselfishne love and_ holiness
Assembly; 12 noon. | Joint Secretaries"’. are qualitie that make
Meeting of the Legislative This body will help to coordin ai
Council: 2 om ate policy recommendations f{« ; Hi
Police Band Concert at St the three services for p € are learned
Andrew’s Paving Field: tion to Defence Secretar} ( ie one
~ 4e } Johnsor tenc € cnilgrer push the
oo ‘ —Reuter ipram and darr cks.” I.N.S

oe

of firewood could be seen on the

{wharf awaiting a buyer.

Some schooner captains think
that this flop in the trade is partly
due to the increasing use of oil
stoves by the housewife for cook-

Two Picked
From 100

Over 100 people jammed the
waiting room of the Harbour and
Shipping Department until about
midday yesterday.

Each was hoping that he would
have the luck to fill one of the
two vacancies for seamen on the
Harrison liner Atlantian.

After the two men were selected,
the noisy crowd still kept press-
ing on the counter.

The “Atlantian”, which carried a
West Indian crew of 40, arrived
on Saturday from London with
cargo. The W.I. crew signed off
yesterday and 38 of them were
picked again. The two vacancies
were in the engine room,



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| others

He said that the actual] picked them up and ram away

with them.

Resemblance

The defence established that
Goddard did not know Stoute be-
fore the alleged offence and

pointed that when Goddard was
called by the Police to identify

| Stoute among eight others, he had
| at first said that the man who had

beaten and robbed him was not
among the number and afterwards
pointed to Stoute and said that
he resembled the man who had
beaten him more than any of the

Gwendolyn Bowen told the
court that she went to the Glave
Theatre on Christmas eve night
and afterwards went home. She
had mot seen Stoute that night.

Sydney Goddard said that -he
was riding his bicycle slowly
along Tudor Street towards Broad
Street on December 25, 1949, about
Ash Many people were
in the street and he swung to the
right to avoid them, Gwendolyn
30wen and Wilbert Stoute came
towards him. Bowen pointed him
out to Stoute who pulled him
off the bicycle and started to beat
him

Eyesight and $8.00

Bowen took his spectacles which
had fallen on the ground, Stoute
took $8 out of his pockets and
they then ran away. Cecil Herbert,
a chap whom he used to employ
and who chanced to be nearby at
the time, assisted him home. He
went to Dr, Renwick on December
27 for medical attention,

He said that five months pre-
vious to the occurrence some
American seamen came to the
club to buy drinks. Bowen Was
there and when she left some
change which he had placed ‘on
the counter for the seamen was
rnissing.

Goddard admitted to Mr. Dea
that he had had two previots
convictions for beating people, one
of them a short stocky chap, The
police had held an identification
parade since December 25 and
Stoute was among the men. At
first he said that he did not re-
cognise the man who had beaten
him among them, but afterwards
he said that Stoute resembled him
most

Sgt. Bourne said that on Jan-
uary 5 he held an identification
parade. There were eight men

beside Stoute, Goddard first said
that the man who had beaten him
was not among them and then
went closer to them and said that
the only man who resembled the
man was Stout.

The Attack

Cecil Herbert said that last
December 25 about | a.m, he was
in a rum shop in Tudor Street
when he heard a noise. He saw
Stoute beating Goddard, Bowen
pick up spectacles off of the road
and then the two of them ran

Bowen said that on December
24 she went to mid-night theatre.
She left just before the picture
was finished, and went home. She
knew Stoute but she did not see
him that night. She knew God-
dard but had never spoken to
him. She denied that she ever
went into the Zanzibar Club, but

said that once Goddard had
threatened her when he had seen
her with a certain man, telling
her that if he did not get that

man, he would get her.
Addressing the jury, Mr. Dear
pointed out that if one had in-
tended beating another, a crowd-
ed place like Baxters Road in
which were so many rum shavs

was not a likely place for that
person to do so.
Only Stood By
He said that all the evidence

against Bowen was that she had
stood by and incited Stoute to
beat Goddard. There was not the
' slightest evidence which suggested
that her attitude was “See what
he has on him and take it.”

Jt was fantastic to think, he
said, that a man like Goddard
who had had two previous con-
victions fcr beating people, would
}just remain inert while being
} beaten. He reminded them that
‘at the identification parade God-
dard had said that no man among
ihe number was the mar vjo had
beaten him, afterwards
that Stoute resembled the man and
nad then said in court that he
knew Stoute was the man. He
suggested that such evidence
proved Goddard was a liay





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LONDON,













Movement |

|

Is Important |
—Chenery

THE Trade Union Movement is
of great importance to all sections
of the community—capitalists,
middle ciass people and workers
alike, Mr. Justice J. W. B
Chenery told members of the
Clerks’ Union as he lectured to
‘hem on Trade Unionism at the
Y.M.C.A. last night. |

Mr. Chenery started off his talk
by recounting some of the high-
tights of the History of Trade
Unionism in England. He recalled
how the pioneers of the move-
ment had been subjected to the
misrepresentation and abuse that
always attended the path of the
Pioneer. He said ihat with the
passage of time those evils had
been overcome until by the time
of the Industrial Revolution it
had become ciear thet the old
order had given way to something
by which the welfare and interest
of the worker were more clearly
safeguarded.

Here Mr. Chenery referred to
Mrs. Beatrice Webb who he said
had in her work “The History of
Trade Unionism” told the story
of the movement with great
charm. Where Trade Union ac-
tivities were concerned, he said, |
much of the misunderstanding in
tha public mind was due to the
fact that they only heard about!
strikes and lockouts and things of
that nature which made newspaper |
headlines. But strikes were an in- |
finitesimal part of the work of a’
Union, With the complexity of
modern civilisation it would
searcely be possible to keep the
industrial machine running
smoothly without the establish-
ment of a_ strong trade vnion
movement.

Turning to the West Indies. Mr.
Chenery said the movement. in
that area was of recent srewth,
and due to the fact that the aga
Was mainly an agricultural one,
the growth of trade unionism was
slower than it would be in a
heavily industrialised community.



Here the lecturer quoted from
the Report of the Royal Commis-
sion of 1939 and from the Reports
of Sir Frank Stockdale, Comp-
troller of Colonial Development
and Welfare in the West Indies.

He deplored the war between
the two rival unions in Jamaica
and said that that feature must
have invested the Jamaican pub-
lic’s mind with a distrust of
Trade Unionism,

This rivalry in Jamaica was
also deplored by
Hart in a newspaper
which Mr. Chenery quoted. Re-
ferring to the development of
the movement on the continent
of Europe, Mr. Chenery read
passages from the great ency-
clical of Pope Leo 13th—Rernm
Novarum—which he called the
charter of the right of the work-
ing man to form associations,

Mr. Chenery also told how the
movement in England had decided
to seek parliamentary representa-
tion in 1900. In that connection
he cited such important happen-
ings as the Liberal Party’s triumph
in 1906, the taking of office for the
first time by the Labour Party in
1924 and the General Strike of ;
1926 which led to the passing of
the Trade Disputes Act

Here he cited Philip Snowden
and went on to warn of the danger
of the Trade Union Movement
dominating the government of a,
country. That, he said, was just



as undemocratic as to have the
Government duminated by the
Capitalist

A Trade Union, Mr, Chenery |

said, was essentially for the pros |
motion of harmony between the
various sections of the commun-
ity, and it was important that it
should be a voluntary association
run by its memb¥s themselves.
As such its members owed it their
support. and loyalty.





B.G. Delegate For
New Zealand |
Selected

|
|
|
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) }
Hon. John Fernandes has been
selerted to represent the Legisla-
tive Council of British Guiana as
a delegate at the Empire Parlia-



mentary Con’crence to be held in
New Zealand around the end of!
August.



ee

rade Union 'W.H.O. Experts ass, |

Yellow Fever Zones

A REVISED DELINEATION of the two zones of
prevalence of the yellow fever virus in the tropical belts
of the Americas and of Africa is published in the World|
Health Organization's Weekly Epidemiological Record for
28th June, 1950. Yellow fever is a highly fatal infectious
disease transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito



PAGE FIVE







A FINE COOL
FABRIC !! :

Mr. Richard | master,

| Denbigh,



Security
Check In
Panama Canal

BALBOA, CANAL ZONE
Further security restrictions
have been announced by the
Panama Canal, following th
original establishment of mili-
tary guards on locks, bridges,
and at power plants.

All owners of private pleasure

boats have been advised that
entrance into and departure
from Canal Zone waters alte

dark by small craft has been re-
stricted, and that persons desir-
ing to take their boats out or in
at night must first obtain the
permission of the Port Captain
of Balboa or Cristobal, which-
ever Zone port is involved.

Boats so moving after dark
must be prepared to be stopped
for identification by picket boats
at the Canal entrances, it was
stated.

During World War II private
boating was prohibited, and most
small craft were moved to moor-
ings in the fresh water of Gatun
Lake for the duration. —LN.S



‘‘Polaris’’ In
Canal Zone

BALBOA, CANAL ZONE.

A 24-foot Swedish coasting
boat with its two-man crew 1s
pausing at the Canal Zone for
minor refitting before continu-
ing a war-delayed westward
cruise around the world

The “Polaris,” whose two and
one-half tons make her one of
the smallest craft to have cross-
ed the Atlantic, transited the
Panama Canal July 7 and is ex-
pected to shove off for San Fran-
cisco, Hawaii, and the rest of the
world next week

Crewed by Ernest Karulis, her
and Jon Paltins, mate,

article |the Polaris first began her world

cruise in 1939 but was caught
by World War II in Hamburg
and was forced to return to

Sweden

The second start was made in
August. Outstanding log of the
trip thus far was her Atlantic
crossing from Las Palmas, Can-
ary Islands, to Barbados in only
29 days.

During her Canal
she is occupying a
ing at the Balboa

Zone stay
guest moor-
Yacht Club
—LN.S



Piano
Maestro at 14

LONDON,
Fourteen-year-old red-haired,
freckled Colin Jones, son of a

Welsh miner of Rhos,
is being hailed
as a musical genius.

He has just won an interna-
tional pianoforte solo competition
at Llangollen, County Denbigh
beating experienced adult play-

County
today

ers from Italy, China, England
and Wales.
His playing, according to Dr

Sandor Veress, Hungarian adju-
diecator of the contest,
“perfect.”

But Colin,
sters of his

like most young
age, prefers football
to music, and says he wants to
be a professional football player
when he gets older
Colin's father,
says that often when
practising his school
come along and whistle
his home. That's the signal
Colin quits the piano for a kick-
about on a nearby piece
waste ground. —ILN.S.

Robert Jones,

Colin is

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| The delineation, a revision «
| that made by UNRRA in 1945-46
}was drawn up by a WHO panel of
}experts last December, and finally
accepted by all WHO Member
States attending the Third World
|Health Assembly in May Ac
jeording to international sanitary
jJagreements, countries are required
take special quarantine
jsures (inoculation,

fete.) against persons
{port coming from or
}7ones concerned



jto mea-
disinfection,
and

going to the

The endemic
in Africa is
by a line
| Senegal
,Atrica Eritrea
| por of Massawa)
southwards to the
latitude enclosing part of Angola
{in the west, the major part of the
Belgian Congo, and all of Kenya
in the east, Djibuti and the rest
of French Somaliland were ex-
cluded from the endemic area by
the December 1949 revision, while
parts of Bechuanaland and all of
yasaland were added to it. Modi-
fications result partly from. sur-
veys on the occurrence of the dis-
ease, and partly from the results
of anti-aegypti measures in urban
communities

In America
ycomprises
the British
Guianas, and parts
Peru, Bolivia and
excludes certain
In December ,the experts also de-
lcided to exclude the port of
|Manaos, in Brazil, which was re-
! ported free of Aedes aegypti.

fever area
in the north
mouth of the
French
(excluding

and

yellow
limited
from the
River in



to the




the endemic
Venezuela,
Dutch

zone
Colombia,
and French

of Brazil,
Feuador, but
northern port

Further revision will take place
as the situation warrants it. In
Africa, plans are being made for
)u further study of the occurrence
of yellow fever,





endemic zone
able reports of the Aedes aegypti
;eradication programme with DDT
indicate that the mosquito will
have been wiped out of the coun
try before the end of the present
year. It has already disappeared
completely from all ports and
cities and is found only in a small
rural area in the northeastern
part



No Superiority
In The Races
Says UNESCO Report

PARIS, July 18

Given equal opportunity. in life
no one of the races of mankind
is mentally superior to another
accordiwg to a biological ethnos
logical report issued here to-day
by the United Nations Educa-

tional Scientific
| ganisation

) The document drawn up and
‘revised by eminent seientists
| from Britain, United States, New
Zealand, Mexico, Btrazil, Indfa
| France, Norway, and Sweden is
| deseribed by the UNESCO as the
“most authoritative statement of
modern scientific doctrine on the
controversial subject of that
has ever been issued”

and Cultural O1



The report the UNESCO spokes-
man added “is most timely in
the present state of world affairs.”
The main points of the report
entitled ‘a statement on race
problems” were; “Such _ differ-
ences as exist between different
groups of mankind are due to
factors such as isolation, drift
and random fixation of particles
which control heredity and nat-
ural selection.”

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IN MEMORIAM

nemory of our dear Mother










eo AHAM who fell

asleep July 18th 1046

Asleep in Jesus! oh how sweet

To be for such @ slumber meet!

With holy idenee to sing

That death hath lost its vermaened

sting

Ever remembered b

Alex, F i, Joceph, John; Inez; Bastl
(Childrer 18.7,.50—In
IN Ever loving memory of Our Be-
loved son ther EUGENE
Licorish, Who ned in Filerida,

17th of July



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year has passed since that sad

yne we loved was called away

held tight, Death tore us

Faith then did coothe our aching
hearts





















; , ¢ : a ott halwisae sn a 7< My old friend George }
Till memory fade, and life Depart,| Finder please veturn to Daniel Gittens 5. Finally the doctor finds them jobs. Two would still be nel sas wrecks, —LES, always in owe a : * be
You'll live forever in our hearts ist Ave. Beckles Road Fit ne tee . ser Py "°
Time wear away the edge of grief, 18.7.50—1In +“typical gentleman of the ol
But mcmories turn back every leaf, | ——————- - —————- seeneee —_—_--—- — --—_—__—_ -- — a4 re ——— we 6 school.” And that means what
Ever to be remembered by SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series FF - ~Era It means, maybe, a man who i
Clarish, (mother) Norman (father),| 128%. Finder please return to C. A ER MEN » willing to tell : » ab

Ray (Brother), Mrs. Ena Helder, Mrs.| Clarke, Bell View Gap, seer Water- Gov N TY NOTIC ES | waver willy & ° tell 8 lie 3 we

Doriel Rock, Bunice, Beryl, Inez, (Sis-| ford, St. Micheel i8.7.50—in others and never willing to fac

ters}, Miss Isalene Sealy (Aunt) i 4 angel ithe truth about himself

18.7 SWEEPSTA: CK $ : rue cl !

eee net pleas Seat cine \o{ VACANCIES FOR TWO ASSISTANT AGRICULTURAL cnt’ it rue ‘sould empial
Joseph Corbin, Marrison’s Vilage, St.| SUPERINTENDENTS, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, In Carlisle B hereditary dilemma, by adding

FOR SALE Ley Rte BRITISH GUIANA ee er, the ber sinister of mentel const
os ° he bar sinister of mental c sui-

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET Series Fi Wien cs a } vation to the bright stripes «

AUTOMOTIVE M.\;.—0340. Finder please return to Applications are invited for two vacant posts of Assistant Agricul- Sch. Lady Noeleen, Yacht Leander | pe -. re, J a e... "i
| Advocate Advtg. Dept 18.7.50—In.| tural Superintendents in the Department of Agriculture, British Frances W. Brith, | Sr . a. the phenomenal growth of the

~ . a * Seh. Manuata; ph ay a ot

panies peed eee pee ak ereeet Guiana, Turtle Dove; M.V. Blue Star; Sch | Socialist Party from infancy to

orde y | s yner leav- S ar ns hy . Bunieia; Sch. United Pilgrim 5 ‘ rity?

i sland. DAVID B. RICE. C ; Particulars of the post are as under: — Mv ee immaturity

ing land. Eo, 2 WANTED 2 | Sch. “Rosarene and Yacht Tern 1 Tat eas Vaid, “eee

oe ; ——————— Sa | a " : ”

jrtlaicneicione tet R ae. ut ARRIVALS drink
CAR—Vauxhall, Velox 18 h.p. Per-| ME] p £500 per annum rising to #425 per annum by annual inere- | coconer Lady Noween, 41 wns vel | But Mary had to get back to

fect Condition two tone paint work ments of £25. Capt. Noe}, from Dominica : ; arr ,

trunk specially fitted for the better] “A cooK Must sleep in. Apply MV. T B. Radar, 116 tons net,}/ her work in a_ typewriting

carrying of more luggage. Ring R. 8S. | uc ie” Fontabelle 16,7, 50—2) : : : Capt. Archibold, from St. Lucia bureau

ee Ree ere re Se. oo — : Appli Quelifiontions uaa Experience s s Bytjord 1,109 tons net, Capt “De write a novel,” she urged

. t.f.n, A Junior Clerk for our Office. Apply pplicants must ho. either— | Tt ser, from St. Croix Ke ng pe wit two
by letter and in pesson to the Manager, G4) a dean Ginlotne in’ dumhoultur d have some experi- | Schooner Ptytits Mark, 58 tons net ;“so I can type it € vac

ELECTRICA Barbados Co-operative Cotten Factory eree oF ciploma in Agriculture, and .AAVe SOME EKPET~ | oe ameQuilkin, from St. Lucia } earbons, what's more—and buy

ICAL Ltd 16.7.50—8n ence in agricultural extension or farm management; or | new hat, Stop being so Many
a " a 5 ; 2 es | Sis + says that
BENDIX WASH®RS—Another ship-| “Gere ae aa er ee ich (ii) the Associateship of the Imperial College of Tropical Agri- Michael, Mother says
" - CHEF — Experienced Chef for night : — » roe . r sey t
ment Just received. Book DaCosta &| work, must be capable of Barman’s culture or a degree or dip’xma in Agriculture with post | Dances 5 wap por oy wed te i
Alea duties. Full particulars including last , ‘ * in 4 wriye the Cabest ° Ss
Co. Ltd., Electrical Department. so_en Place of employment. Box ZZ. C/o graduate training at an Agricultural College, | She is Wise! a Mayfair that didn’t exist.”
Sree cee ieee Ra a Se ees 9 rn oe 18,7.50—In Allowances } “Dear me,” I said, “I musi
eILIN — eee pS Tra i i y id i cordance | have bee . “t
wn. Frame—ti0 Volts, 567 Blades MALE GEL, Ge Mecuived with ail... velling and subsistence allowances will be paid in accordance have been a a
with, Speed. Controller | Dial 367. Da-| knowledge of Apanish if possible | With the Government Regulations in force. WORLD See ;
. : State salary. Apply Post Office Box ‘ ; } RESERVE

nt 18.7. 60—6n | Ae tT ecto Te), Probationary Period i | oe

ELECTRIC FITTINGS — A large selec- tape 18.7,.50—6n, ppointment to the posts will be on twelve months probation

tion for you to choose from at reasonable
prices. Dial 3878, Da Costa & Co., Ltd.,
Electrical Department.

15.7,50.—6n.





REFRIGERATOR English Electric-
cal, 6.4¢c ft Purchased July 1949,
used up to May 1950, five years guaran-







lee, transferable to purchaser Apply
W. M. Goodman, Phone 2042
18.7.50—3n
FURNITURE
MAHOGANY OFFICE DESK — Dial
4678 16.7 .50—2n
MECHANICAL

BIKES, Hercules Silver King, on terms,
all models, Black, Green. A. Barnes &
Co., Ltd 25.6.50—t.f.n.



TYPEWRITERS—"Olympia” portable
typewriters — standard keyboard. Price













$120.00. A. G. St. Hill, James Street.
13.7 .50—In
LIVESTOCK
HORSE — One Stud Horse Apply
Evans Morris at Curiosity Village, St
James. 18.7.50—3n
MISCEL) ANEOUS
—<$ << $$
CHANDELIER—One four branch
Chandelier, cut glass prisms Dial
3950, 18.7.50—2n
CALYP: RECORDS, forty eight
titles, only ten each, come and get
them.
A. PAIN & CO. LTD.
-7.50—-T. FN.
DWARF COCONUT PLANTS—Apply
Hill's Dairy, Fontahelle. Dial 3723

18.7.50—3n

DRESSES—-Made to order delivery in
2 weeks or less if desired, Reduced
rates during July & August. Janetta
Dre Shop, over Newsam & Co.,
Lower Broad St.





18.7.50—6n



DUCKHAM'S ADCOIDS—Save petrol,
reduce engine wear and promote per-
formance especially when inferior petrol
has to be used. Of great assistance when
running-in new = or rebored engines
Simple and inexpensive to use, Obtain
able from all leading Garages and Ser-
vice Stations. H. Jason Jones & Co, Ltd.,
Agents & Distributors, 16.7,.50-—On



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

PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION
—_——_——_

BY instructions received I will sell
at the WAREHOUSE, FAIRCHILD
STREET, opposite Highways & Trans-
port Offices on WEDNESDAY 19th. at
1 p.m. 1 MORRIS 12 H.P. Sedan Car
Damaged by lIree 1 CHEVROLET
SEDAN CAR 1935 well kept and in
perfect running order — now shock
absorbers recently put on. TERMS
CASH, R. Archer Me Kenzie Auction-
eer. 16,7.50—3n

—_—

REAL ESTATE

BELVOIR,—Fitz
Solid Stone wall,















James
Bedrooms,

Village, St
Threv

Drawing & Dining, Kitchen, Toilet &
Bath, Garage. On Seaside Apply H
E. McKay 18.7.50—4n

DESIRABLE COTTAGE—Situ-
Holetown, St. James
Pilgrim, Bullens, St



THAT
ated at Medway,
Apply Mrs. G. B
James ¢

18 .7.50—2n

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

The House contains, drawing and din-
ing room, enclosed gallery on
sides, two bedrooms with dressing
rooms, kitchenette, totlet and bath up-
stairs with usual rooms downstairs and
two flights of steps to sea. Gas,
Electric and Water.

Inspection any day by appointment
Phone: No. 2863.

. The above will be set up for sale to
public competition at our office on Friday
the 2ist day of July 1950 at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street.
11.7.50—10n

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife LILIAN
SANDIFORD (nee Carter) as I do not
held myself responsible for her or any-
one else contracting any debt or debts
in my name unless by o written order
sigmed by me

Sed. CHARLES SANDIFORD,

Belle Tenantry,

St Michael
17.7.50—2n
aamestnnanstisaseadnmmeresimeinsenyninet

ere hereby warned against













THE public

giving credit tc my wife LEOMI
MOORE ines Clarke) as i do not hold
myself responsible fer her or anyone
else cont ‘ an let or debts in
ny name less by a written order

signed by me
Sed ATHELBEFr'T MOORE
Bay tnd,
St. M'chael
18.7.530—2n















——$_—____—- ———
The public a warne* ainst
giving credit to fe Inez tin
tee Aller s I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else}
contracting any debt or debts in my}
name unle by a written orde igned |
by me
Signed JOHN AUSTIN
Tudor Bridge
km Land
e 8 Michael
18.7.5











HOUSES
“GRANDALE,” St Matthias Gap
Hastings. Unfurnished, two-storey stone-

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“DEPUTY MANAGER—Required for
small Sugar Estate in St. Vincert
Young, energetic well educated man re-
quired. Future prospects good”.

Apply to Mount Bentinck Estates Ltd
Kingstown, St. Vincent.

12.7.50—Tn



MISCELLANEOUS



HOUSE, furnished or unfurnished
near the sea. Minimum 5 to 6 bed:
rooms within easy reach of town

Reply H. G. c/o Advocate.
16.7.50—3n.



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PUBLEC NOTICES





NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Sealed tenders, (marked on the outside
of the envelope “Tender for Loan”),
will be received at my Office up to 3.00
p.m. on Monday 24th July, 1950 for a
loan of £1,500 at a rate of interest not
exceeding 4% to be repaid in annual
instalments of £150 each. The first
such instalment to be paid in the year

1955,
WOOD GODDARD,
Clerk to the Commissioners
of Highways,
‘hrist Church,
13.7,50—6n



LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE

The application of Elaine Robinson,
holder of liquor license No. 684 of 1950,
granted to Arthur Moore in respect of
premises viz;—a board and galvanized
shop situated at Ellerton, | St. George,
for permission to use said license at a
board and shingle shop attached to
residence at Tweedside Rd., St. Mich-
ael

Dated this 17th day of July,
To C. L. Walwyn,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
Signed ELAINE ROBINSON,
Applicant

N.B.—-This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on
Thursday the 27th day of July, 1950, at

1950



11 o'clock, a.m
Get WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.’
18.7. 50-1In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of GARDINER GIT-
TENS holder of liquor license No,
$28 of 1950 granted to Meta King in
respect of premises viz:— wooden
building attached to residence at Dea-
cons Rd. St. Michael, for permission
to use said license at following premis-
es viz. a double roofed board and
shingle shop at Dayrells Rd, Ch, Ch
Dist: "A"

Dated this 14th day of July, 1950.
To:—-C. L. WALWYN, Esq ,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

Signed GARDINER GITTENS,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on Mon-
day the 24th day of July 1950 at 11
o’cléck a.m,



Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’
18.7. 50—1n
FT

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of CLARENCE ALS
bolder of Liquor license No. 314 of
1950 gianted to Harry Thompson in re-

pict at txbiniesn Saeko sores 2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service |
board and shingle building at Eagie|is the Cambridge School Certificate.
Hall, St. Michael for permission to use |

suid license at a board and shingle shop
attached to residence at Warners Gap
Villa Ra, Brittons Hill, St. Michael
Dated this 17th day of July 1950
To:—C,. L. WALWYN, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
CLARENCE ALS,
Applicant
N.B.—This application will be consi-
dered at a Licensing Court to be heid
at Police Court, District “A”, on Thurs-
day the. 27th day of July 1950 at 11
o'clock a.m,
Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’'



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CLASSIFIED ADS. Life Starts Again For Tony

@ from page 4

cising in front of a mirror. After this they out of every th
take up archery, wheel-chair netball, and in full-time w
other outdoor games. porting familie

3. Next he shows them how to walk with
the conga rhythm, first between parallel bars,
then on sticks, finally with only the support
of light-weight splints.

















































































Some have e
infirmity — th
mann’s grey e

selves,
unless a patie
mendous effort

But
persistence To

was injured by a bomb, is taking up engrav-
ing.

Former unskilled labourers have become
draughtsmen. Others have developed into
expert clock-makers. Some have studied
law, learned languages.











When confirmed in the appointment the officers will be placed on the
pensionable establishment, and will be liable to contribute to the Brit-
ish Guiana Widows and Orphans Fund at the rate of 5% of the maxi-
mum salary of the post by monthly deductions from salary. 5

2. The successful candidates will be engaged in the extension
service of the Department of Agriculture or on projects operated by
the Department, |

3. Applications giving full name, age and details of qualifica- |
tions and experience, accompanied by two recent testimonials, should
be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, Department of Agricul-
ture, Georgetown, British Guiana, marked “ASSISTANT AGRICUL -
TURAL SUPERINTENDENT” and should reach him not later than
31st July. 1950.

4. Applicants already employed in a Department of Agricultur
in the West Indies, should submit their applications through the no
mal official channels.

. 15.7.50—3:



Tenders for the Supply of Fresh Cow's Milk to the
Public Elementary Schools

TENDERS are invited for the supply of fresh cow's milk to th
Public Elementary Schools throughout the Island during the follow-
ing school terms: —

2. llth September to 8th December, 1950.

3. 8th January to 6th April, 1951.

Particulars of the conditions and requirements of supplying the
milk are embodied in the contract, (Copies of which are available
for reference at the Colonial Secretary's Office),

Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for
the due performances of the contract.

The tenders marked “Tender for the supply of fresh cow's milk”
to the Public Elementary Schools, must reach the Colonial Secretary’:
Office not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 22nd July, 1950

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any

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tender, |
Applications are invited for the Headship of St. Mary’s Boys |

|

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION |
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__

School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experience
The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A
cf the Department or exemption therefrom.
Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale fox
Head Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School.
Candidates who have already submitted application forms in
respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, ac-
companied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the
Department of Education. All applications must be in the hands of ,
the Director of Education by Saturday, 22nd July, 1960. }
6th July, 1950.



Applications are invited from teachers and other suitably qualified |

persons for the following vacancies: — |
MEN WOMEN |

St. Simon's Mixed School Half Moon Fort Junior Sehool
Boscobel Boys’ School Welches Mixed School
All Saints’ Boys’ School Boscobel Girls’ School |
St. Elizabeth's Boys’ School St. Giles’ Girls’ School
St. Joseph’s Boys’ School

Holy Trinity Boys’ School

3. Applications must be submitted on the appropriate form
(E. 35 (b) for men and E. 35 (c) for women) which may be obtained
from the Department of Education, but candidates who have alread)
submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now
filled) may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent testimonial

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









ee es i) Bast Oh 5. All applications must reach the Director of Education not/|
later than Sat 1950.
LIQUOR LICENSE Notice |! oe FREON SORE LON SONS
The application of Eulie Alleyne, ’ we a —
holder of liquor license No 849 «oof
1950 granted to her in respect of FURNISHING
premises viz a wall building at
Hindsbury Rd., St. Michael, for per-

mission to use said liquor

Hindsbury Rd., St. Michael
Dated this 14th day of July, 1950
Signed HERMAN ALLEYNE

Applicant :
N.3.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held



at Police Court, District “A”,
day the 24th day of July, 1950, at 1
«clock, a.m.
L. WALWYN,
Magistrate, Dist. “A”
18. 7.50—-1n

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MICHAEL
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just people

ree patients he has treated are
ork. Many of them are sup-
es planners-- who
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n found wives through their harmless ghosts, a pleasant tradi

ves shone behind his rimless/te give a florin in marriage to

r Available’ August Ist Ferreii ralf-cro a vin ol
oe ee eee eee glasses when he showed me the wedding|!#!f-e: ws — a view to bree:
f oe - + a - Sao te ide | a lovely, lovely gu'neas
“BRAMBLY” — Waterford Gap, St 4. Instructors then teach every patient a picture of the nurse he “gave away” as bride) “you took remarkably sulls
Michael, trom now to Dec. 3ist. Pully| trade. Tony is learning carpentry. Pretty te a paralysed Army officer. res May» said 2
furnishes poder. "Om: a Ect] 16-yearcold Marie, who is partly recovering _Rightly,) the docior gives much of the| 1'm tainking snobbish thought
| Dial 18.7.50—in, | the use of her legs seven years after her spine credit for his successes to the patients them-! What ig your father up to thes
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days?”

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Guttmann’s ingenuity andithough daddy, was a darn goo

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MAIL NOTICES

Maily for St Schoone

Lucia oy the













Marie Henrietta will be closed at U
G 1 Post Office as under
col Mail and Registered Mail
2 Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p
the 18th duly, 1950
Mail: for St, Lucia, St. Vincent a:
Grenada by the M.V. T B. Radar w
be closed at the General Post O
unde
Paree!| Mail Pregistered Mall a
. Ordinary Mai} at 2 p.m. on the 19!
She has Gas for Cooking 9)))"}sso
BARBADOS

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY



The undermentioned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office
Public Buildings, between 12 noon and 2 p.m, for the sum and on the date specifies
below. If not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding Friday at the samr
piace and during the same hours until sold, Full particulars on application to me

BROOKS V. ROBINSON
ALL THAT certain piece or pareel of land (form

Property ly part of the land






of Ventnor plantation) situate at Ventnor in the h of Christ Chure!

) this Island containing by admeasurement One re thirty two an
one quarter perches (inclusive of two aud one quarter perches of a roa
which was formerly a private road but is now publie road) Buttin

and bounding towards the north on lands of Clapham plantation toward
the East on lands now or late of James Weekes towards the West o
lands formerly of W. T. and F. D. Barnes but now of Gordon Nicholl
J. FE. Marson and Mrs, D. lL. Bynoe and on lands of the said W. T. an:
F. D. Barnes and on the South on the public road or however else th
same may butt and bound

Upset Price £2,083. 6, 8d

Date of Sale 28th July, 1950

H WILLIAMS,
Rewistrar-in-Chancery
Hegistration Office,
July, 1950.

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANOBRY
The undermentioned property will be set up for sale.at the Registration Offier
Publie Buildings, between 12 noon and 2 p.m, for the sum and on the date specitie
below lf not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding Friday at the sam
place and during the same hours until sold. Pull particulars on application to me

BROOKS V. GIBBONS ET AL

BARBADOS

Property ALL THAT certain messuage or dwellinghouse called or known #
ARGYLE” together with the land whereon the same stands and ther
to belonging situate at Wellineton Street in the City of Bridwetown a:
Island of Barbados containing by admeasurement 1,789 square feet |
the same more or less Butting and bounding on the West on lands
Winston Thomas James and on lands of a place catied “Bedford Co
the property of Thelma Norma Agatha Gibbons on the North and Ba
on other lands of the said place called “Bedford Cot” and on the Soul
on Wellington Street aforesaid or however else the samme may butt ai
bound Together with all other buildings on the said land erected oy
bullt standing and being with the appurtenance

Upset Price £550. 0. 0

Date of Sale 28th July 1950.

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July, 1950.

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Intern ediate « ricket: :



Low Sataee Prevail

On All Wet Wickets

= SMALL SCORES were

games in the Intermediate Division on Saturday

registered in the majority 0!
This was

=sdue to the heavy showers which fell during the morning

Wanderers however managed to knoek up 236

Lewis

W.I1. Marksmen
At Bisley

BISLEY,

‘wickets, of which V



July 10

West Indian marksmen took
patt in a shooting match at the
historic range, and some were
among the first three top teams
@he Shooting Correspondent of
4%e “Times” reports that riflemen
from 16 countries with the
Commonwealth are firing in th
year's Bisley Meeting

In an official match at 900 and
1,000 yards the North London
Rifle Club seored 1,058, followed
by Rhodesia with 1,016 The
third with 988 was a team com-
posed of marksmen from the

Gold Coast, Barbados,
Jamaica, New Zealand,

Trinidad
India and

British Guiana Canada came
fourth with 986, and the West
Indies last with 913

Most events this week are for

the service rifle as issued, or fos
the special long range Match Ri-
fle Firing took place to-day. in
the first two parts of the compe-
tition for Queen Mary's Prize
and the final stages will take
place to-morrow

The Whitehead Memoral for
which competitors fire shots at
900 and 1,000 yards was won by

Majer J. A. Crawford, late Roy-
al Scots, with 144 out of 150.
A. E. Martin of Scotland came

second with 142, and Wing Com
mander Whitelock of the English
VIII Club was third with 141



cared
Club

by M. HARRISON-GRAY
rE Prepared Club is a
necessary evil that even

the best players have to endure
at times. Under certain con-
ditions, it is the only possible
bid:

"on 3: 945.9.5:@ 4A,

ae 4°95. 4 would care to
But’ this hand in any position :

tif One pees is opened, there
is no sound rebid over a new
suit bid by partner at the Two
level. All things considered, One
Club is the safest call.

w

lf the response is One Heart or
One Diamond, opener snould on no
account rebid One Spade, whieh
is apt to suggest two biddabie



suits, with the result that
responder may jump in Clubs on
the next round. The rebia,
therefore, should be One
No-'Trump, as a safeguard
against partner showing
preference for a non-existent
suit.

The necessity for this prepared
Opening does not arise when the
partner Mas already passed. One
Spade can now be bid on the
above hand, both as a defensive
measure and an atlempt to make

a part-score. Opener can, and
should, pass any neutral
response,

ne Club should never be bid

on less than three cards, prefer-
ably headed by one of the three
top honours. The call will be
treated as genuine unless dis-
roved in the subsequent bidding.
The Club bidder must be pre-
pared for an opening lead in
that suit if his side has to defend;
he may even be raised to



game
in Clubs, but in this case
responder is likely to have five
trumps.
A
WwW

Where opener has less than
three Clubs, it is better to bid »
shaded four-card suit and to use
the other four-suit, if necessary,

}, for his second-round rebid:

2% K, a. 10, 8 4,
@K, 9, 8 3. &J,

This hand should be

{> with One Heart
1 is Two Clubs

opened
If the response

the rebid is Two
Diamonds
It is a cardinal principle of

Standard Bridge that partner 1s



at all times assumed to be bid-
ding his cards naturally This
, week’s hands are all taken from
tournament play, and show the
difficulties encountered even by
i: experienced players who make

unnecessary use of the Prepared

Club opening

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uns for 7
contributed 65.
Y.M.PC., Cable and
and Windward have all
first innings lead against
Hosvital, Empire and
A valuable last wi
between Greenidge and Branker
helped Y.M.P.C. to lead Menta!
Hospital by one run, At Boarded
Hall, Empire was quickly dis
a small score. Brankcr
the slow bowler did the damage
by taking 6—28. However Empire

Wireless
secured
Mental
Spartan

ket stan

made a good recovery when six
ot the C. & W. boys were sent
back with only 36 runs on the
board

L Greenidge of Wanderers
was chiefly responsible for Pick
wick’s collapse by taking 7 for
27; and with only 3 wickets

stending they are in a great deal
of trouble



The scores are: —

YM, . ws MENTAL HOSPITAL
Mental Ho pital Ist Innings 7”
YÂ¥.M.P.C, IST INNINGS
L.. Greenidge c wkpr. b, Chandler 0

B. Hoyos b Chandler

B. Porter c Hope b Chandler 0
I. Burke ec Burrowes b Hope 1
C. McKenzie c Chase b Carter 22

H. Webster c
N. Edghill ¢
D. Greenidge
G. Greenidge

Boyce b Chandler

Hope b Chandler 2
not out 24
ec Chase b Carter 1

G. Archer b Hope t
E. Branker not out 7
Extras 4
Total (for 9 wkts. dec'd 71
Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2—0, 3-5, 4—5
5—20, 6—27, 7—38, 8—46, 9--48
BOWLING ANALYSIS
0. M. R w
Chandler 9 1 23 5
Hope 10 2 22 2
Rock 2 0 9 0
Carter 2 J 4 2
MENTAL HOSPITAL =ND INNINGS
N. Burrowes c Porter b Burke 6
E. Quintyne b Branker 3



C. Best c Greenidge b Branker 1
R Chase c Greenidge b Branker 0
C. Chandler not out 3

Total for 4 wickets 41

ke 1 for 20

WANDERERS vs. PICKWICK
Wanderers Ist Innings
If. Alleyne c Moore b Clarke 22





A. Seale c Foster b Clarke 21
V. Lewis stpd. b Wells 65
1. Proverbs c & b Wells 13
H. Ramsey c wkpr. b_R, Clarke 23
M. Mayers c Hoad b Peterkin 44
M., Clarke not out 23
J. Massiah b Clarke 0
M. Greenidge not out 0
Extras 6
Total for 7 wickets decid 230
Fall of wickets: 1—32, 2-—74, 3—123,
4-124, 5-178, 6—179, 7-195,

BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M. R w
R. Clarke 20 6 47 4
©, Lashley ll 3.413 0
Goddard 17 ee 0
J, Peterkin 4 0 a0 1
Wells li o 63 2

Pickwick Ist Innings
Cc. BE, Edwards b Greenidge 9
J. S, Goddard b Greenidge 28
Cc. Evelyn ec Clarke b Greenidge 10
M. Foster c Clarke b Ramsay 10
R. D, Clarke ¢ wkt, b Greenidge 4
J. Hoad b Greenidge 3
Yearwood not out 11
Peterkin Lb.w. Greenidge 2
S. Moore b Greenidge 0
Wells not out 3
Extras 5
Total for 8 wickets a5

Fall of wickets: 1-32, 2—45, 3-61, 4
6 j—72, 6-75, 7-79, 8—79.

BOWLING ANALYSIS
0. M. R Ww
J. Massiah 5 1 10 0
M. Clarke 4 0 621 0
L. Greenidge 13 2 36 7
Ramsay 5 o m 1





CABLE AND WIRELESS vs, EMPIRE
Cable and Wireless Ist Innings
McKenzie b Wilkin 12
Matthews b Barker 34
Lawless ec Harris b Sealey 22
Croney not out 33
Frost stpd. wkpr. b Sealey 8
Lawless b Cyfley 10
Bynoe ¢ Gaskin b Sealey 0
Roberts b Cuffley 1
Branker Ib.w, Culley 1
Cozier b Cuffley 3
Edxhill ec Cuffley b Sealey 3

Extras 17

Total 147
BOWLING ANALYSIS

o.. Miz Ww

Barker 9 1 19 1

Cuffley Ww 12) «4 4

Wilkin 13 3 «20 1

Sealey 94 0 48 4

Empire ist Innings

ec wkpr. b Branker . 0

*roney b Branker 10

Croney b Branker 12

s_c Croney b Branker 1

McKenzie b Branker 0

Barrow not out 31

Harris c Lawless b McKenzie 7

Wilkin ¢ Croney b McKenzie 1

Barker |.b.w. Branker 2

Sealey c Bynoe b Lawless 10

Extras 4

Total 72

BOWLING ANALYSIS

o MM Ww
Branker il 3 28 6
Lawless 4 1 16 1
McKenzie 5 0 21 2
Lawless 12 0 7 1

Cable and Wireless 2nd Innings



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PHOTO SHOWS : Miss Gussy Moran makes weird leap in front of her
partner, Mrs. Pat Todd, in their mixed Doubies match against Miss J.
Quertier and Mr. J. Walker-Smith (Great Britain) at Wimbledon. The

American pair won the match 6-2, 6-0,—Express

W.I. Lead Derbyshire
On First Innings

W.I. 223 and (for 2 wkts) 41
Derbyshire 111

CHESTERFYELD, July 17.

THE WEST INDIES were 1538 runs ahead of Derby-
shire with eight second innings wiekets to fall after the
second day’s play in their match here. Sixteen wickets
tumbled during the day for 174. The touring team lost
their remaining four tailend batsmen when play resumed
for the addition of 22 runs to Saturday’s total and they
were all out for 223. 7





Cliff Gladwin, using the new
ball, swung late and _ proved
THE GAMBOLS troublesome to all the batsmen
with the exception of Williams
ind took three wickets for three
runs. His figures for the innings
were 26—11—40—6
Derby collapsed in their first

innings losing 8 wickets for 68.
This failure was due to a com-

bination of poor stroke play, a

piteh which readily accepted spin

and some accurate bowling by
the West Indies Captain, John





Goddard and the left arm spin
bowler Valentine
Heavy rain caused tea to be
taken early and afterwards the
pitch played more easily
Gladwin and Richardson put
on 42 for the ninth wicket and
aved the follow on, but Derby-
shire were still 112 in arrears
when the innings closed God-
dard had the best figures with 4
Q
IAIN Ig uct WHAT THE SPIN for 38
BOWLE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR The piteh again became lively
by the time the West Indies be-
gan their second knock and they
WINDWARD vs, SPARTAN made a cautious. start scoring
only 41 in an hour and five min-
Scan Wah eee utes before stumps were drawn
G ‘ > Me Ci le a ps 5 4 S
E. Svelsn.c Gittena b Mae Carle a4, during which time they lost
OD. Manning b Me Comie 6 Stollmeyer lbw at 9 and Marshail
H. Farmer c Matthews b Clarke 56 at 32
R, Farmer b Clarke 6 wi 1ST INNINGS
C. Seale not out S. me wee —o lad “ts Shale 15
D. Wilkie l.b.w.. b Mc Comic Stollmeyer c Gladwin b Jackson ;
H. Thornton Lb.w. b Clarke o Rae b Gladwin :
H. V. Farmer Absent 9 Marshall b Gladwin 3
V. Cox Absent 0 Trestrail c Elliott b Gladwin 1
R. M. Farmer did not bat 9 Walcott c¢ Richardson b Gladwin 87
Extras 4 Christiani stpd. Dawkes b Rhodes 78
__- Goddard b Richardson 1
Total 129 Williams not out 18
am Jones b Gladwin 0
BOWLING: Me Comie 3 for 27, Haynes Johnson lbw b Gladwin 0
1 for 31, Clarke 3 for 25, Valentine Ibw b Jackson 3
EXTRAS 9
Spartan Ist Innings -
K. Roberts ¢ Evelyn b H. Farmer 0 TOTAL 223
A. Gittens Lb.w. b Wilkie 1 does
C. Gittens ¢ Wkpr. Manning, b Wilkie 4 Fall of wkts 1 3—22:
£. Me Comie 1.b.w, H. Farmer ‘ 5180; 6-+189 8—216
M. W. Clarke b H. Farmer 10
Cc. Matthews not out 18 iG
M. James b Wilkie 1 mete fe M R Ww
Ww Gibbens ¢ Wkpr. Manning, b R y Jackson 200.4 1 560
A. Haynes c wkpr. Manning b Giacwin * a *” 6
R. Farmer “ ‘ pa . ; ay ¥
O. S. Coppin injured Hhodes 18 : “a 1
C. Forde injured enn 16 1 M4 1
Lb 9
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Matthews c Gaskin b. Wilkin 12 BOWLING: H. Farmer 3 for 19; G eG b
Meitennie- ¢ dtarber & Barker 0 Wilkie 3 for 10; R, Farmer 2 for 3 updan Swimme rs
Frost b Wilkin a Windward 2nd Innings 2
Cozier not out 5 . Evelyn e Haynes b Roberts 17 I ©
Lawless ¢ Harper b Cuffley D. Manning ¢ Matthews b Roberts Ww or Jamaica
Branker stpd. wkpr., b Sealey 0 G. Harford ¢ Sub b Me Comie
Croney Lb.w. b Sealey 0 H, Farmer not out 12 (Barbad Adv :
Extras 2 H. Thornton b Roberts 10 Sea e tee tN CeToN
C. Seale ¢ Sub b Roberts 1 Seat GSTON
Total for 6 wickets 36 =-R. Farmer 1.b.w. b Robert 1 n Plans are being made by the
G. Wilkie not out o,Amateur Sw sr Counci
BOWLING ANALYSIS Extras | Jamates per ne ounce of
M. R w ; Sone ca an preparation for the
Barker 2 9 7 1 Total ‘for 6 wickets) sg | Visit of Cuban swimmers to par-
Wilkin a m4 2 icipate in swi ots aice
Cuffy + 2 "3 7 pownina: K. Roberts 5 for 10;| Whe Siditne t meets in Jamaica
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when spectators can atten:

Second Division

Games

Bowlers were on top in the
second Division matches on
Saturday, Al} wickets were affect-
ed by the heavy showers which
fel] on Friday and early on Satur-
d@y morning

The best bowling feat of the
day in this division was done by
pace bowler E. Demny of Police
playing against Leeward at
Fosters. He took five wickets for
three runs

Leeward however took first (-
nings lead over Police who were
bowled out for 33 in reply to
Leeward’s 103 on the first Satur-
day.

At the Garrison Skipper Ishmael
decided to carry the Regiment
fiyst innings score to 163 for 9
declared after they made 123 for
8 at the end of play on the pre-
vious Saturday

Empire with 163 runs to score
put up 135 for the loss of six
wickets when stumps were drawn.
tv. Rice knocked up 53 and B.
Bourne 58



Results
EMPIRE

werei—
AND REGIMENT AT
GARRISON.

Regiment 16% for 9 dect'd.

(A, Ishmael $9 not out)

Empire 185 for 6

Bourne 58, P. Rice 53, J. Clarke 4

for 24, J. Bynoe 5 for 15)

(Re





POLICE AND LEEWARD AT FOSTERS
Leeward 103 and 27
(E., Denny 5 for 3)
Police 38 and 56 for 9
(G. Gilkes 5 for 28)

FOUNDATION AND PICKWICK AT
FOUNDATION
Pickwick 99 and 65
Foundation 96 and 44 for 6
(Yard 19 not out)

. AT COLLEGE

for 2 deeld.
26 for
L AND CARLTON AT



CENTRAL
128 and 81 for 5 (Second in-
Cox 6 for 10).
arding 27, Hinds 5 ‘for

Central
nings Shepherd




Carlton 14 (



B.C.L. Results

IN their match against Danes in
the Central Division of the B.C.L.
Goodwill won an outright victory
by an innings and 38 runs The
scores were: Gocdwill 149 for 9
jeclared; Danes 21 and 89.

Other games were; Maple vs.
Norwich, match drawn. Maple 64
and 32 for 8, Norwich 71 and 42.

Everton vs. Romans, match
irawn, Everton 91 and 41 for 5;
Romans 111 and 45 for 5.

In the City Division Belfield took
first innings lead in their match
with Telephone which ended in a
draw. Belfield 105 and 113 for 8;

"9

lelephone 72,



Arthur Peall says:

ONE CARELESS STROKE
LEADS TO ANOTHER

NE bad billiards stroke leads to
another, I don‘t mean the





muffed shot that ends a break, but

the incomplete scoring effort that

fails in essential positional play.
Weakly struck

long-losers trickle
the

leave object-bal)
near a side cush-
lon, Rescuing
this ball then
demands another
deplorable shot
Red and white
were both ori-
ginally in the
middle of the



My diagram
shows a typical
case beginning
with a feeble in-
off red. White
had then to be
handled for the
rescue shot. Fol-
lowed a cannon,

leaving very poor ; osition and the
break was over,

These long losers are difficult,
despite the enormous advantage of
being able to place the cue-ball
anywhere in the D, Pace changes

the half-bal! angle at.a run of the
phieer: “ball Judging both correctly
indeed, clever cuemanship.

ORIENTAL

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JEWELLERY, BRASSWARE, TAP-
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TUSSDAV, JULl It, msu B.G. Sugar Production Exceeds 1949 Figures Ad lorn li' ( iirrrsponrirnl GEORGETOWN, July 14. BRITISH ( %  %  bead In aigar production compared with 1949. I July i. IMQ productlOB reached 92,821 lorn Foi the samu period in 1949 the total wai I 'ons i; M;II \IH \II\K \n: I'M,I I Mill I Wapisiana Readers IIHMN a in. HiingftilBii Cabinet npfltini bo UH I I DMI I : t %  etna the mouthpiece diaries. TM to 1 In the IH' • %  > t the WOI WI as i whole, f-i Mloilll I unKp.hdol %  F Renvlllc, Crown At. St Kitu-Nevis. bu bom n.„r cr.. Cover. • at present to be beai : eated ID G Rep. • i.nient i return to G of the hinterland •du%  > for Grenada in early Septrmbcr Mr Ilenviile i a ,i Kittoftan. wi hja ""' *tattfUa Grammar School, .n. .i the Civil Se:v | • i,. i>,._ ludicd law in London. On reInstitutv jHl'.y PtMStot of K-1m -..tion. Mi ln "g < the Leeward Islands he A. A Banntitei menl '• ,,v ''" the ofllces of Sir are approximately 800 children of Clement Malone who at that UtM school age in the area I KUM a judge. After a year in actual I;. • vata practice Mr. HenvlIUthe ChurchM for their ptoneei was appointed Registrar of St WOT* an i K ml then became Crown aabools and %  -. .,f that island llr realso reported thai th Jesuit HU. ,,ntK acted Attorney General ii. in Bev FT ii HeKenna M, Menville is .1 translated the i ind oouatn ol Ml Charle.worth R<<%  hCtlDS A iminiatrator of /untigua I>IMrs HenvUla M born in Ma n.i LEEWARDS SCHOL II,,, L.,,1 td>, '-J'"'"'' TICCA. July Th.1048 I .....i • 1! ar-Iup i .., % %  • %  i j: d year HI sin DM flCholarship has been won by ',' % % % %  •i SEAWELL Sniilri. I' I • IU. Miaa J Mrlt.. U %  %  Ship For (>iiiaiias %  iiirii.dn. Adtetal* t'rripndioii .IKOIU'.ETOWN The M.V. "Perlca" (Cnpt N Zaal> made her maiden vayaaa • % % %  I'lramariba via Nlckene tQ m D airivinu here on Thursday morning. The "Perica" will run ;i fortnightly cargo and i i>etween the two %  The 117-ton 'i'enra" was in Holland m March. UN Sin in.mi N.i n oi 13 iiiiiienmtiil.ite Hi on h. i Fli iCla ack and 220 on deck There is cabin fciTtimmndalion fo" four first class lamnnaan Fitted with radio telephone and rt her brl i the Parks %  .f .. sliced of 13 knots GEORQi! %  I i.500 lias been bouajhi lor equipping Oovemmant'i now Technical Inat-tuto and more U i of this equipment is already in the Caaaai %  pal ot the lostttute, }Uf| I tbj IK Bald that the Institute will Inthe best Mulpped " "" %  Cat IIIIH^II nii'1 urn hajaBal lottttulo oi tiie ( ,M : I •< %  It is cxpecleil thai tas of the new building will be comi %  . the <'i-.ii of I*,, Uir tnsfltUtS ill be OBSOSd IB r*T**ffTT ^ 'in I problem at tin %  In full operation atven full time %  i %  I I ie Red China Army To Grab S.E. Asia mm roue .1 : An .1 I' ,,. i: !,., I a 1 '('v af %  put secret agreement between Ruaata and Communist ("hma arhlah would turn tinChlnaai IU.I Comarutfiial Bon i to cooquei aoutheeat aata and iwip in the "liberation" "' lbs % %  tineiil 1 ba rXaaoi laUon, %  I v.as unable U) ( h.vk i: ment's authentic) iIMI to Mppori ins osattiaua b op of .. 1 "span %  !'-'!' pollc] In i releaaad what It dem-nbci sa a translation of the afnaanumt, 1 nugvieii out i>' China The AaaeciaUon atatsd that the treaty % %  dated Pebruai% Ii. msu PI %  lavas) Cbin M tieutv, ,i> made pubuV fron N011 sw, sras dated February 14. Increase Army The document, at. prsai PI PROL that Will give mon power, more mill %  •. RETIRING RilU-h Vice Con--id in New York. Hen WJ.HU r Jamas, centre) receiving from Rev Dr Wuisiow A Beokles. Founder and Director %  >( Iba Wi -t luditx Oouuabulty OanUe and InformaUon Bureau fright a tcroll m Appreciation of bu invaluable *emce t* aaeiabara of tho Wt ludian. Ameti can and African communiues during his tliirt> thiryears tenure of ofaalrrom left to ryrat are Amen can born Prof Wm HowaiS. Aoociate Director of the Medhane Alaa* Imperial School. Ethiopia. Mde Maymr Ricli.-.iSaon. who recently vlxited Ethiopia mid by Imperial command sang before Emperor Selauie; It) arlfa "f the Vice COIIM.1: Mr James. Ml Iris OolUns, former Congres-woman of Jamaica. BWI. Mlita OaUrlua Jaiboro. opera atar. and IV riccklr> iu;. Technical How A Load Of Sand %  kan wai .1 high ; %  ..-i wm i ...... v ed wil W< jVeab %  %  %  %  %  • Howevi %  %  i \ %  i. , i. hlttdin* (.mi. .>,.!.' rea i tea —a nwi, -.11 .,,,I .,.!.. i.!h ..,4 ha>nitr IIPI fin I I'Mmom* ill* .i UM a >r awl nl**lh h.l—• Ih. .-•! Wll War .1 it !" ,li. thai I. minilir ::z ara n wnalaia. ,i UM I •• %  1 %  ..' -i. aa-l %  >1 %  ...ill, | i I > t Means More Petrol 11% H< III.II-I ll.ii-1'is LONDON. POLUTT IN PRAGUE .i. Mi U| %  rived In Pi from Britain Keatai New S-v %  Discovery %  irtina* and] %  aa a—,.. loo.. I..11. ... Guau-Anlacd Ajnoaan Tar ."ici.-lu'j 7rj..b NeulfeJ a Itartlng, and cleaner engines is un the WHY for British notoriati ll ii: ifopa'i bigtfeal oil reilne:> no, ate.idil) i-kiiiK shape on a 1,000-ocrc site al Fawley. along-nlc SouUtampion w..,ci In the next IH months 100.000 mpllcstad bit.s aaid asacs. will be rttted loasthei b) Iba 5.000 wariunsn AJjraatt they aix %  tarttahf to aaairnbss the heart oi olanl -i-.it-, i.*ikci" in what thS oilmen down at NvraSB call <:2,ooo,ooo PineapplePktn 'llatliada> Ad**x K1NGSTXW J fai the ..I cuuired but %  Vi W I. instructor itcil Hi MacMnhon who was i. polio Collass foi the Metropolitan Police In Motoi Cai %  i. M snu Instructor In general llanciwmk Metal .uk antta. the I 'illery When Dpi cater f"i In Metal work machine shop woodworking machine shop practice; gas and ele.tin .it.h waldi work; foundry work; •tuns, ami tool Mtlng; plumblai and pi|a L Attins, inutoi mnlnti rorating and motor spray panning; haw doctoring; building trades both and concrete; muslcnl inatrumenl niakmit and u-pan cl^ti'-|)!ating. and other trader Ji.maica lii OovSriunsnt, .1. ,i Agricultural %  I %  i C2.00 plna. PI le Industf) In the baaod ( i.imnlttee is the Honourable Rudolph Burke, M UC Preal l( nl i f the J A.S and men r i Mr, N. W, K.C.. M II B the Honi. L M Kirkwi-Kl, sl.Ll, and the Vica-Piesidente of the J A S A Nickname Mound tinlunch taole in the %  eal inn, 48-year-old Mr Nmval lv.iv, .i dlractOI Ol Anglo-Anier in Oil Co wb. arc buHdlna US plant, told me how tin f, .: ill work. '• •CHt-crajkerV' | M Stll -t ickname for fluid racnni plant it aoundi 'utlifnl hut il isn't all thai The POSfiUlItH* o* Miieapple, "'^ l *"' 1 on the Brrtl h markel were Mysti SITS %  \" U ,,,ll 1l ^' r '1 !" i ..-.. bj Mr Manlev „t %  "" ••h.imstii lesaom at Khuul .Hi. n no d tarmsi In Uu Bl %  %  i aiyai .. sul u i And lib earij In May. ai I !" %  '" "i %  Bbaaalcal re the question wo-nn.itiueniiy '""< wltanui actually entering %  meeting ,.f the st %  toll Aiiili> %  %  • cd of "YIU\I i"i .i K %  %  i fxumpU' m t.B., and ii dechnoo taken vasa itorna h ir b ealled to fi %  ir Plnmpph .iii.ii. tb %  i f in. Sorlety thaii %  i 1,0004X10 to raducs the country*! i>opulaiioi: %  eau of i gtstlni laeh ol reujr| %  o hel| %  ii .i Peo%  %  >;. >i %  imiieii!" m Tibet, and ave broad prtti Hi p In China u %  ns. \ II i Union The Stale IVpat tment said it had no eommenl lo make on the reports, In releasiiiK the document ihe Aaascietlaf) said ^attempts iurinsj the i*-t two ntontha to check its aiilhenticitv have nffOVad rraMsss Itecaune of the Koteso crisis i. arc icleusmg it to the Press uitb the (sallna that the rourea of event) w 111 • nortl) con Crm or discredit its RUthenttsSt) ajaadet Japs Issue Warrants For Rods %  H *• n. Ba PM IWI. D Mephni Jitlin Ihuiiwllv. W-. Haiti i %  %  nhti i ( ,. A. id:— Brl.i, %  iiiuM PORTO I'll" i %  %  I ,' %  %  M Vv Peru VauatMn. Mr Samuel OUMfOn*. MlOw. • %  % %  11V II W I A pOH ruixiDAii Mr. Bvetyn Mini MrUllia.i 1-alljUiley. Mia Ida tojrlMH.. Ml lr. I .c-nu.il. Hfl %  ^ Crarianl. Mr Nap.il.-iii i s.i-l waiiatit, (,„ Hi,.,,nrst of i u.e fonni'i rne t inMii of the Central C^anmunfarl Pai i. nzyme. it ipeedl up the digesV r '' i ''"^' "' e m ion, but is not ii H .|| eonaumed ?*•. 6 MaoArthur Those aaainsi whom warrants v.i re htsuad included formal Con ... and part, glrategl I The AMoinev ll.n rial's oftlii 1 With the old king pro' d '""" lllV '' : ":' ,|M %  : "ep..its til nl pusttaat purged Conui v.. i, ecrel polltat I reooB U I i; i .i 11 i i quenl le :, purse .md banoina per cent And u ii u ,i^'i i>repe#indlB orgai Okanal Pisa) U.S. Helps Antigua 'Cal" .i. .,; I Oil all Lit 11. Interest iHarbadu. Adi-olr I arrr*e*ndenl> KINGSTON, Jamaica No data baa j-ct I. !" I set i..m-..( Reprcsinuuvcs or the Leglal : I in il for the uebate c.n the Federation ltci-i.it i.ie Committee. In Gov%  ii.li\ howevci it i%  fter the summer recess Of thai Legislature, ami it is likely slon in the Autumn Be u atlon of the repori little mten i has been shown in the island in IU proposal)--. ,n People's National Party circled. The Weather TODAY Sun Rises: 5.40 a.m. Sun BstaJg Ml p.m. Moon: it ind Quarter i .'.'ml I milling. ^ p.m. Mich Water: & 5* am. 7.06 pm. .1 .si | ROW BaSBslall it. HI ring ton) Nil. Dalai lor Month to Yraler iBpl 1.27 Ins. Temperature I.MIXI 86.5'F. lemperature (Mini fgJ*F Wind Illrection. (B a.m.) I. by N 13 p.m.) F. Il-rumrler IK i.m.j 29.944 ii am I 29.877. umouA OUIIT ... katl of II . %  Q< raerai i.< , i. Anliguu the Acting • l,k Adrninl rrith him '"' From I to go 1 11 %  Nme CommunrSl ksaderi failed %  answer llic An immoni on July t t.. A natlon-widi h ^as malntelned '"< the i I i itbe. the Alt am v I .• %  n.-ial s n.i p. u. a were able to Ii i .ii iiicm Chief Ciil.mct Sc, II t.,i. g I i flo„i wi, il nM,, Cabinet Seeretan Km nuio. wna. m tkmtkt Ulttmy tlllll Uu Itr PrCSS thai warrant rcb private boos.'.s Oi b return trip tlsrougl Bi •. %  %  I I %  aral lacusaed with the Amern. %  .. p .-.i Albert Nyren Unproblem ..f such pei .,....%  it I .i-l thai Mi NJI. . r %  tune in Antigua "*""' r I of %  n qualuy Development work on II. i Anglo-American' COmpanj the huge Slann Of N< W .Ii i %  mlllloni of dollars. Not Tellinj.in Ihe ri Ob like ai d. though it h. pertlaa I it from "' % %  not psUlng," said K. re will !-• 400 P 0 .•". Of It bj the plant, and it Wh **£*}< l ""J U i reulate tluouah the -car 1 "' V ,|J '" '*' '" %  ""'Baa atast unit at the rate of 40.000 tons a OS) In tin inm-ess between three and four tons a day will In* used up So important is this substance .1 industry that a plant la now being de-signed to rnanu factui,. ii at Warrington (IJIIICSI. With its help Fawley will produce 1.000.000 gallons of this higher-grade pet ml every day— IX time*. Hie old Persia Denies Ameriean Oil Surveys No i m|.l i ni %  instruction %  i Bol i.le. 1 pm o,> aavaral reiinerlea In : I ..-T.ils U-.au ; e in the %  u s "We nl none i doloj right." dd urgent to :' ,drtl wo -*"" nero to Bai i irel i . TUtr 6AMbOL i %  ( nv -M ; %  .'.|.*...L t'lWl1% i,. TMIKHAN. Jnl' 13 Persia looai r ai actad krviet lomplaiiib. alleging American oil urveya on the Boviet-Peralan 18border, bul r-aid batat la PSBDi BO friction -Hid miMiiidejstandi... ir surveys would in stoi-i-' ; .'<>" Fawfilly l*ersian engMx vou make ground miveys In futui A Persian note said ordn had i. en fc. % %  nrgaiilsalion to stop .ill gel i.-,i..-, and '" carrj "ui a land .... n. I' i lan engineers A Persian statement •• in reply to a Soviet note en Jnn 22 pointed oul that the Petslana %  bat "-ey pssesed •it any point on national II './.tcil the Soviet note") .illegations in geneial II added that the PerMan oil company eonuncled exclusively witi. Pel capital amptOVeS 'ken BwfeM Nationals for 111 Exploration and geologic a 1 i the Dndp Arpoap has been accepted for the j II nail • %  train*i IK ... u-e ..t u, I-ondon PolytschnM In IfSn-Sl 19 years of age \rian> ie. leaving s hool In )94fl Hwin leave B <; BRUSH....UP... YOUR... SMILE.. WITH THE CORRECT-SHAPE TOOTHBRUSH Wisdom; _^i ^W A IP A M U R QUALITY PAINTS S t M U S S 0 N S 0 N 6 CO LTD BARBADOS BEST* WE OFFER NAM. SI IS.SOKS THKBZBM mas sll IVTNa Hill SIIKS RAZOS8 CALL IN in DAY 11 COLLINS' DRUG STORES %  raw) mid Tutor Strwu "RECTOR'S FEVER MIXTURE . an u |ua %  ror combating bl larlg anj fwvi cauM-d : %  .-iTi-ctlve I %  %  %  PBODDCT" "' %  %  'pfhje uti— O 9 \ .Messrs Booker's

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I'M.I TWO IIM1UMM1uiMrt \TI II I SDAY, II I 1 i Qahib Qallwx} SHE WANTS TO RE A RACING DRIVER S IK mn o( Trinidad will ath .'. "hi f .itiernoo'i at i "dork at at B*>I Therr will 1 H Sharks" and I Man %  I >.nm" with OW • -fern gMher a fen ration aa-Binst our FU name' Staying at Silver Si.nds M ISS IOCELYN MAC'I.1 her islece Heath** MacLean. %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  ore themselves on holiday here. staying at Silver Sands Mr. TI.I. In Trnud.nl. is (i Barbaditm Mr. atii! M s. %  H sStlnes, With T.L.L. A RRIVING mi Saturday mornng by BWIA. from Trinilad lo spend a month s holiday m Barbados wan Mr and Ml W Beck. The) or* itayina with MrM-nts. Mr and i Chll-' Church Mi h i with T Ll. aj Quayaguayaie in Trinidad Engaged T rig BTOACftaCDri nounrcd last ulglit I • III Qcrald Trvhanp son of Mr*. h r Mi U la Ti %  i %  i f "Ban lo Miss Not Mn ll E anaoa The engagement was also an•lcunred on Saturday night be: %  KaiUniacan. dough' Coir Club itotid. to Mr li I %  I : i • akh d aoa of M. and Mn W A Grace, of Igh," Garrison. Celebrated Nineteenth Birthday M iss MAURUN EOAM,daugliOt Mi and Mrs J O'Dowd Egan Of Hendon" Marine Oardani c*l*brat*d hoi umpteenth birthday with a dinner party at her home OH Bat I night, and laler. DM party went DH to Chlb Morgan Intrantit M R QEOROE HODDAM. M Inst E.E. who is with th %  C.D.cv HI Jamaloi aiilvod from Trinidad on Sunday by ii W 1 A Ha Is expected to leave for Domimra this morninic by B G. Airway*. i dam ii will be rcmetnberrd made %  r*pOCt on the ground water resource* of Barbados a few years ago. when he was wlUi c I > .uid W. Brother and Siiter M R ANTHONY COMACIIO and i Mi p iiina Abrawlttl Mi M Walter Mi Aquu'ii' i • Kpeei to bo iboul tWO WOakl They iirrivcd from Trinidad on Sund.i. by .' %  W I A 3 Years in Venezuela ii: AMD MRS i: CILBTI "PI iVl arrived from Venn iota vl i 'i ii % %  I W i A Pht) I H n on the Pi Mr Cclettt I ium la VOM Oi IsuiaUj irom New York, he bal %  in Venezuela for about thrOQ in Their young son Mark accompanied them POCKET CARTOON by OSBFRT LANC AS 11 ll [.'. \fz r.-'a i j i£ j*\. *i -T^a, th. M-P& g*~A**$ w* *•. "Lady llielp* % % %  % % %  her loir uiul | think MM ftaMMUU wtll he/are iio od...>(( "Family Gathering! \ R1IIVIN band Mr Arthw l.n. io-Smltn ,s an Engincn wfttl I li urn II. Venesuola Huiband Joins Her On Saturday M RS. JACK DVMENT David ai rived Ul U on Saturday by TC A h month'g holiday at The i Lowroaoa Hay iiustwnd will ra arriving here on Saturday wiin thru other two ehildien M Dvmeni is a TCA Engnu-ei I' From Montreal M ISS MARGARET M-INMarrive, i OB BotUl spend a hollrtav with Mr and Mis Uonel Williams at "Canter," Bi Joseph From Montreal, she is D o cr alary to Mi F.ank J Selke w| i %  r. etor oi tha Can i dian Ifoekaj Club, whicri iin the National Hotkey U U.S-N. Wave A WAVE antved m B %  tho weak-and Not th. kind whi'h roils in on the beaches around the island, but Miss Gladys M. Sperrle, Lt. Commander. Wave in the U.S. Navy. BtatkaMd in Washington, she KtTlvod on Sutui two wo iki in Harlwdos. staying at Sum l i i Accomiwnyii'i: her Caroline Knipp who I?(urr.cd By Company's Private Plane R B.G over the iOJkJ li the A' ite plan* lai Knoallai i B Kaaebal on>i their two s mci U N H K i %  %  For Three Weeks A R \ .: . II. U •oka* hii|th his mother %  H Nine To Nine A H KTAI1. DANCE M B> Hill, tha homo oi M . I Man %  %  % %  Antil la, %  i g'.-ai pnoi • M ifor the purpose ... i Si Joseph's ,,, st John • ^ kfjti Uliaa 'iiebv the winner wag H DM who guessed the exac 1 %  ,. ti .. 11.had • %  a ho* stopped would receive a I s LOCI The lurky winm-i was Ml. G G Sempte. gng lP OPI oi the AnUgUO BugBff Factory. asd the lime t'> 10 nine. A Years Old O N I2TII JULY Mi John Hill held a formal Ill -llll %  | the Golden Grove li And. speakim; of ,n BI %  iual .ii-nit ready foi ihe IM ahool %  ate most of thr otth Manager Returns M l, AND M ; I l< a Ivonon, i] momI k o roturnod a HM Maru ElaMMewivas* Gfeudc Prices for Celery and Tarniaa la the local market when the "Advocate" ihrvkea veurds> were:— rjoaary: 0r per he*d In nips 1H. per lb Tough For Skatont LONDON. Life lor children Uvini Wan stead and Woodford l F.ssex County i* prei dirja. RclltT-sfcating on QM walks of Wanstead and Woodion nji bean barred IBM %  <-\, Am* passed by th* municipal I An) child caught skaUnn j babJa IO be lined |I4 —IN ~ Rupert and Miranda — 44 a P Alter ii rt, K m dM Hr* * "You've prp* plan, iprhll Nu-.wood. which n thing," he er*t. Did yoa no* still under inow. On alighi.ng lh whsr *s puna to hwpeft *: the clown rum. the other, out and Pi lace?" The ttown >m .-. hand* Rupert jnoiher li[ B r .hen oi my:enou.'y. No.r m.nd wbM brown pip--. "Ham KM "*." ha I know." he ^M. -My ork %  Vrtp Muaada up m dM done. Good-byd* gpen h. turn, and five her 10 J.-nniter/ Kupert *ad tlicj od. II.B.I. PRMilANMI i i i %  J 22-yar-U kM • '-..it M London, • %  aactt h> %  (.(. %  taaa n a aweae watim l.lm —tS |.(k W.fne.. She it small, gmea-eyea*. wk* HV. b-own Ur, a girl mitk •mbilioat. I waat to b* J waaaan i-lat lacat." she tells KM. MIM Raidy. daaafMar at an eUdi* ..imr atneat, bacaas e an MUM m **• ee bar Mtawti. "They snOBgaOOOO aleath/." sba t ,.. sW ftbay k.d to • Mai ll.. M Short Visit R W A CRAwTORO, M ( P .. terdny morning ll W l A .. %  %  CROSSWORD 3~ i > %  ^ — .1 ~ -? : %  % %  \ .-iome for Summer Holidays T HREE ANTIGUAN who ara attondlng tha Uni%  ollogo of tho Wi. %  M irnad to Antigua for the Siiiiiiuci vacation. Don.: %  aldaat aon of Mi and Mrs s. T. Chrtatlan, has just i his second year in mi w < oil) Thomas her Hist >eai in NataTal Science and Bobby Margef i n of Di and get son, who oiigiiially enlvrad for OMdlcina has decided to take a dograa In AMInrtassd Hht >going i" for lha mini I ileen (i Months in W.I. M RS l.r.AHIJA I1AIIBOUH i H 'i-> in Mai %  iruling a ... .i I liMtl. She ; i oi I g*) .dternoon %  i..., %  bi B.WXA., to ipend .i weeh'i I a v. ill t'u ti return hare, and wtl oaortly be leaving for % %  Hotel ri in*i T CO ft n, Tfte MW. 111 I" "" : I > m Imrm t*r Think on Theaa Thinga %  l,enarUy Sf->inr %  *" • % %  %  %  Tha r i... %  i i %  • l'.nle. 1 IS %  tn H--.'t I Oi.-tW.lrD0 Bin CTiw I II ti n.-L Thr Si U < hm Anal).... II I' P m %  .,.-..M.4*L i ee o i I IS p m a*du> New I %  %  The Hm. I w p • '. aeip p m R1M> TI .jire J 4; rlude. J 41 p m Atcnrdean lulrr .. ... BgrvM i i I IS p m |-r..-n.i.„ P, li. WrlBh M>pnnr • Da -.<-. S l p m T-. sn Leltrr rpsei | 7 li 7 JO | ... : ile Mti-u III %  rate r>w end Willian. I II. -..(. a sa |. H u i. m CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE" ? ^ I Cleanse the. system from blocd impurities : many sufferers i r on rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, bolls, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive g'cat benefit from this well-known medicine. la LIQUID ar TABLET fORM Heel Hi. ... .. %  Tune*. wealth, lo on p m i i ibjat; IO II ftwertri Side. 10 4 p Drllaln: II 00 |> m Orel ra '"LUXURY TOILET SOAPS Made ri*li M To Join Husband (S MAY SIKI'HENS. Stt Ruby Lake oi An done two years of I t>e spending boi holldayi for* %  .... ,, n spendi n g • %  tw U Ugua and Baa I ia>t Ktidny to Join hat taking a medical %  not w.i Joint the Family M R. CHJIKN TI t KKIt. Othar arrival tioni Tl i n Sunday afternoon bj HW I A He has come over to Join his ret %  Mi ind Mi i [J -. %  •to. who .ii holidaying In Barbada M II thern il "West V.. SI .1 :M With Phillips Oil Co. H ERE la spoil.i lw< 111 lt.ll I .id.i! .!(• 4 \u 1 .\ .i ive from Verascuola via Trlnl, | B w i A ovoi lha arti k ji Ward, artw •arlth tho p Dip I >M < o m Vent hall from Portland, <>, has been living n. \ • I ,,i ThOU two MM Hugh and Alan accompanied them, anil the> are slaying at the Ocean View Hole! lajoaj Hurti rennono are convincing IUI K.WMMinbla — WlUMMt Use Olst ... mteration. Ii flic voter changed, to* Thla 17 Acruaa la auIJa— UOH. (41 See IS Acnna, (4) Cloo,y. (Si tlirl to avoid. i4) Jtie ffinii urevoaiuas oi 1-1. ul W.li.-ne In a vere* (•) I'.I^WII. (4| cioaa line %  nuaar. eta Kelect. |4> CRVPTOiJVOTI'^-HereV how gft work It: A X V 11 I B A A X R ^ LONOH:LI.O\V One letter almply stands for BBOtbtr lu this axampla A U I for the three U*. X for the !•'" <>tM trophies, the length and (01 no I 'he Each day the code kttara gre d A Crypt" ;r:n V".<. NTP8QYUDY KM M li II /' %  •'. NKTUTYi; M K D T i 1 A 3 T R KY: q B JC1 i ngle letters ap%  orda are ull afnta. l: %  aKCX P o H J N Y A fajptoajanlir FANNEU UV POLLY i %  %•. %  ,•.::•,:•*:•.::•*:•*:•.•••>•' %  "T ,Ve'eV>VV>V>' J *> 3. A mare nooodv. ii. Ua target to ba aUnVcted n .< ('ulmnl. td*vller.ntrep u auD. % % % %  1. A dilleierit •utteinent will. (i ii lie. certalnli lu Uie mluerai il I'm. IB thowy .~ ."•i ... S, Ultoi.l V"... ,: 1 GLOBE nillW AMI TIlMIIKKim .-.• HSO V M M A L A Y A' by gu nine si F rjR traders lounded Kan H City. Then lougii t*o-gm men nxle lu with wagou-loadi ailver Irom Mexico and niude ir.c cHy rich. They ran sambl.i.,. deos and laid odds in gold. Thru were hold-up* l, nthii..^ -• %  : murder. Bui Kansaa Oltt prosp er ed and today ceieoratcs Its oenwnary wiui this a:an.p %  taaajtaaj tn* sgyscrapers ana an old paddle ileamer on the Missouri Hirer. tt Is oo* ot the nne.it s-amn< troen tho U.S. this veor. Pet fun.. Uon 11 liv 101. (.<• % %  : % %  (sbout 'JidJi price unused, tol.J.A.A. f0R HHKFASr. SUPPER CR BETWE^N-MEALS m >tal WOO... CORN FLAKES IIM HAY ONL1 W.drtesd**. lob 19th al %  ..ml .;; n m I A-III: PARADE PAIR] 1 l OARLAWD ACTIVE KIDNEYS KEEP YOU WELL Nature'* flfteei may naed help JT IS OFTEN Sl.'KPKIMNO how quickly backache, lumbago. rbeumatK pains, siitT. aching kunts and ibe tomnon urinary disorders due to sluggisb ksdney •oion can be ovsroorne. Strong, active kidneys safeguard your health by straining cstcsa uric add and harmful wanes out of ihe system. When kidney action is Inadequate and fade io hlicr tbe blood properly, psm and discomfort frcqueoUy result. • Doan's Backadie Kidney Pills bring happy relief by helping io cleanse, and stimulate the kidney aJien. Grateful people everywhere tell bow good Doan's Pillt are. The family's health... the happiness of all... the children's hafd:r.*. .. depend to a great extent on proper nourishment. Kellogg 's Corn Flakes those tatty little Hakes ol corn eriio and easily digested are the ideal Iced for breakfast, supper oi betwcen-mealt. Wiih milk or cream and sugar they a:e more nourishing than an egg... and cost less! Each package contains six generous seivings Scivecl fiom the package right into the bowl! c orsa\e every. AOI'.VUC 4 I.I II CINEMA !M.mb.,. Oni,) in THE GREAT LIE BY THE WAY-/fy/fearacoifibi'r 1 THINK I won. in a dlscu-sion on liemiliful names of places, with Hadrlsal iv L.IAtlas Torre.in Castille. Queen Isobelhi is surei) the kind of a a would draw o boy b %  > tab | -tala away from his liuine. to scarcn for th*e high towers of Madrigal There must l>v poems or songs about a p i a CQ wiih such a najno •i/t IH.I Ifater Will arsfaaj } uu T HE fake-nobleman trick, of which I arrofi lha othai da] is evidently in fa taring Henis a girl who l avad that a man was a nobl ian "bacauaa he showed her the monogram on his watch." o ran rtrnplrcityl O rose with the rraOnuBg •!>• still shining on your face 1 0 bird of dawn' I will w.-nranl he unUitltoiiii hi.s waistcoat and re.. (air of Old El brnces. and aske" %  or his. Smart-Aliiek sow the quick on.it n nt iii .i mn ror -. %  purpose) In 1. etti. ho Inioekad i i • ouM bend tu pick ll up, and give him ;i chance to do .. IL lal him pick up the tea watched the oth.i I %  A rnovod lha put % % %  table he eonuivad to nit the card-table The pack slid ofl LA I dash he Wtl down Ofl Hoot but the cards had i %  %  ,nd he onb had time to thro* his own pack arnong them before Ralnettc wai on Its* door to help him iio did no! Ilka hex kuj ajpjki Thai I--, ba dM not like %  eard-plnyer As a in found H dallghUui TWHtty }w Of I i>n>nr T HE i i "l-r.i .. sr to %  I og other ... the .taoe. | | Especlall: roorlnur. 1 u niy (abw1 l %  ,. ., oai i nvteat Mo phoul WlthOUl throwing t It 0 . i. %  %  %  atiuslon and up. tire scono He v. ii heard mo" < kuj hei biuirn All he can do U to itand owlravrdij i %  inB|k*or until -he •ii back m %  ho got. PLAZA IN AMI Ti FIGHTER SQUADRON .... _. UTCHUM # rmmmgtm Kmou A 'Pmrmmmd' GAIETlf (The Card) ST. JAMES %  a io _Love & Lrn & %  Singapore Wom.n "That Hagen Ciri" & -Haunted Gold FOR STRENGTH FOR ENERGY FOR ENJOYMENT Its 1*1 ENRICHED ',','.-, *.v.vv-.'*'**• "r'fWtfX*'* '•'*'*/'**>*. HITV VH AT Illl.Sh i'tin i s Hush Swiulu'v .Vc .'a. I. I'.unlil.r BwllclMI 86c ., I iii. ...I: BwlU I" • II* Lampholdm 22c CclUng SOMI Ht Boi I %  !. electric lion Phm use .. B| n l-l, ,1, A Tile Insulating. i..i" (Ball) as .. : also : i CONNOR WASHING MACHINE SZX0.M f >l. 1 .VI \ TIO.XS L TH. :',', '. o '>'.::',',**•,*,





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BARBADOS ADVOCAIi: TUESDAY. JULY 1*. IM HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON B : ,%.' SBEOAL PULL SET OP L.PPEP* AND LOWEBS DEDUCED PBICE oe. ivoav, DCWT1ST MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY WE...TWNKtTOMOOOn EC_iS e, M S-lJ MOOOH 5fc? M:Cv 'ASr? BLONDIE I SOMETHING F, roc A CHANGE" GO TO A ft : .BY CHIC YOUNG ILL HAv MAMBUBP 5'EAK 4 %  %  % %  BEAf-^ APOLE P-f ,-' AND COFF£P •-/ 0 I it. . \v\.\o\ THE RIDDLE OF THE ROME REBELS 'vawv w> AHHCM i MI mi i' cusru AS mC0 • •* WMf 0* * f' TO %  o*>-Twy TOHW*TIM ',->*JA TAKE A S_ NAP) lu ,'"JP RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND %  AViAu*. LAOfi --a BE.CVCO jwi-.i-...j*.p S-E -.'5SBO I 9O00NISMT: oasvc\r. A -AA __.-v> bUM -• %  E ..C-. tUCM A r.\s S^ CVAN! BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOOKLS y/^/ CUT! NOW WHAT KAWEUFP... l BUG l.l'OU '. % %  CANT STAW ^^fe?' $ W*1 I MM s a THt MARK M uutmonoM in III >! HI. ml. d & Rottlrd bv SllAKl \ SAMPSON LTP. FOODS lT >••*". #-/ hHtUuuli MM iW .-'. M %  hottry blond' uuh *"> tfm and do./ If** .jfinsiiitf * %  diff'rtrtt* that I'and'i lira—* Aa( nuJr I" aiy >I /-,./ UxdUf. "Wi to much m/ler, un>x>tKtr, ttta/ft." nthvul my fund's Cteami," ikt toy*. "fonJiC-id Ofam u ij(JaKiii( lo uir, anJ H ltm*i nrfaet leaking -IT IO Biurft */ %  and fitAer." Blonde or Brunette | THEY I'KOTKCT XIII IK IllMI |\|>s Will! THE SAME BKAl TY CARL tint.r...urili%  a. FnKknd. Iirunrttr M... Lnmsot Ettla, h<. I, %  ad l)v hu.iu. MU4 > %  i i i —iMnghno—on lhaj nMtfrnai Tin* Leuui* rare i* I'unti'c, ami ii i of Mtcirty't loveliest wnm^n in AIM and I r.nrr. Whv iwt §An >"'tr rMiti|.l'jon idr DMGl of ttiMlWif' 1' ill.m tliiiii-\ iniilnn-: rrnuLirlv rvrrv night, rhn.. th-kn, ihofWMj U ] YMIII I'.nnl'a Odd CitMi '*"'<"*; H Beall) m ii"an.I il.r^i witU >our (in*tT-. "Ilm^" huh inunCulil Ciram for cilra delJKhtful. nonpn*a*v >m •beauty tare! bane berauae it holds pc prntrrl* your skin. too. Start at onre .iih F Cbaae A 8anborn Coflee (1-lb Tina) Qulnn'a CockUil (Salted) Peanuti I INCE & Co.. Ltd. I i U:*L ;; noifuck si. ,10*** ^• *>*ss* $Jm rtunlop. the Unit to Introduce J tiud i:h iccih. hav c\:ci Jed this wonderful road holding principle in the dcaign ol irtc i.cw Dunlop Fort. More iceth — more bite — giving a grip to dcly skidding on the most slippery of surfaces. This is ju*t one of the many safely features which makethe new Fort ihe one tyre that has ewryfhing. DUNLOP TORT DUNLOP HUBBER COMPANY LTD.. BlHMlNGHAM. CNCLANC ECKSTEIN BROS. Bay Street When the sports car enthusiast become* • family man, he can mil enjoy ihc thrill of sports performance in saloon tar roominess ami vomfort. The IsLO. U litre Saloon provides for this transition. High efficiency overhead valve :; Hire engine gives you s sate, smooth 7j-8o miles an hour. SEE THEM AT I Oil I itn \l I.All w.i: LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Diitributort Phone 4504 KLF^TRICAL ACCESSORIES A Will.Il.msf ol really High qualily M.ECTR1CAI. WIBING ACCESSORIES lit Ri'iisoniihli' Prices i %  ,. Ii.il, ,1 in Ihe TENBV RANC.E ARE WIRINC. CLIPS CEILING ROSES JI'NCTION BOXES l.ir Kuiiber and Li-ad Covi-n-d C:iile and a v-ide variety of SWITCHES SOCKET-Ol'TLETS BELL PI SUES. ETC. Write for Oet.iiK mil Ex|>urt Term* S 0 BOUJKER LTD 19—21. Warstone Lane. Birmingham, England. V/.V/,V/,V.'/,V///,V/-V////AV/>V/,VV///*V// 1 Atf Keep Your BICYCLE In Fine Trim!! We are offering the following DUNLOP ACCESSORIES BKAKt: BLOCKS MFD FLAPS IVRE LEVF.RS HAND QR!PS PEDAL RFBBCRS s \m> us RIM TAPES PATCH STRIPS t" % SREADIFIX PATCHES LONfi AND MITK.ET otTrrrs VALVE RFRBER LARGE AND SMALL SOLITION PUMPS PIMP WASHERS CHROME-PLATFD RIMR ROADSTER COVERS AND TL'BES M" X U" RACING COVERS AND Tt'BES 2fi" x !>,CARRIER COVERS AND TIDES 24" a 1**" SPECIAL PRICES TO DEALERS ECKSTEIN BROTHERS I BAY STREET DIAL 4269



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TUESDAY, JII.V I*. lSV UM A.)i> In IHJ> ok how To be f..r ka-l, %  k 4With I i. M tj take Thai ii<"1'iLx.id %  %  Ucorld*. Wn -.. li-wuM i I 1 T-. I %  %  •oMh* our %  hlng I*, and til* Depart. %  %  r nun bark • MM i i i>. % %  %  Hi, Mr cru Hi Doricl Bock. Eunn i • %  I OH KALE AUTOMOTIVE CAI order Oil) 10.00b mile. DAVID U I Co .1 ill fr1„\ 0wi leavRICC C B IS T.JO— 3i> I' All \ %  "...1 V, II 1, i feet Condition work trunk lued lor IM beltei ,rr>ir. ii a IMMll OPMB SB* Horn. HH m • H ( f n ELECTRICAL MENIXX WAJH*JIAru.Ui.T meni j.i.t received Book your without delay Dial 3B7I DaCoi tl*l:ll Defx, i triieiit Mill HhM HOUSES aRANDALl m MHh.* Cat. nfuiminvd. two-itarcy atoat• %  I). 3 Uediovin.. • %  room Available II| U lt frnnn BBAMMLV WjlerfoiJ. Gap. HI Mkhae'. Ir*,n .*,la CM.MM r\.d> ha> Harriet* %  *r For pailicuWn i* : io~ I OVI a% MM Ml LOST Til Kami Thee* 1 I Berte. Q *• OU m IMf RMirl.in Ui SWfSpBTAKK TK'KII Bl i ( %  id. Si Michael II t %  '%  : .kl ... '.I a* l.rk Finder plakek BMni J -*\J\ Curb in. KMidOlll VIII WA.vmi HELP A %  %  i r Clerk lor I ..-.,..,, %  k>rtatfk BOBttnta ir omee Appi> to iiM.toatfer. Cotton r'jior) II I *t -In BkpkrMikWi Ch.-f (oi i-apaMa at n.i.1 Pull pattMuian in. IUCI.UK M • kii>.vyntai %  <- ZZ iCB II 7 J* ITIIJSO FAN* 110 Volt*. BW FUndl • :lh Suw Controller Uul 3BTII Ua Coata & C. Uit EJectitcal DepurtBMBI IS 1 SO—dn ii SITTINGS A large aele,-%  i tn moo** Irom al i.n—nalili..I Jill Da I'mli a> Co Lid Rlcc'n. u 78d-tn i II RATOO ...1. r f| Pu %  1 > %  M Ml J 11 Clci truly 1MB. BBBtJ W> in FURNITURE hUiSDOAini am i M n Dial ** % %  T M-tn MECHANICAL TYI*r.WTUTKrlS> -Olyn.pla" portable lypewiller. >I*III! .nl knboard Price • 1 00 A G Bt Hill. Jin CUNt. llorae Apply in Villas*. Bl It 1 W -In MISCEU ANEOUS 3BM '.I I CAIAI-BO RFI'OUDS. lolly Ut imp-, only tin rach. coma knd ft P>PB, .V AI1NIB k CO LTD 16 7 M-.T r IV if | I %  il-llvrry In I ,*kI %  .'I lU-tlmnl %  ii July Au>i*l Jaurtt.. Drm Shop, nvrr N*um A Co %  It T tt—n K kDCOlIM %  • i;ararand s... and I Inch*IM III It W.tLKN ^ALkV> UIBL R*(|i.nr-I iln | mi—lrd*>ml Bpt.ru.h II poaMbto MI* aaUr) Apply IVi.l Ufflcr Hoi o tit. PA** IllJ'lIV MANAUKM Hvquircd •mall Sucar lit-i. In Bl Vine* Viuai. enatfMle -ill aducatad man qulrad Pulura prurpacla Bood*'. Apply Id Mount Uaotiock Eatataa L Kina.town. SI Vlncant II T 10MISCELUNEOUS HO I'HI. furnuricd ..r ui.t.uniahad *M lha a-i Minimum I M 6 I toma Wftfeoi ,%  Mck o( la M'-l'. %  III... AJ, .:, %  IM HI lit AOI II KN NOTICE I M'.I.M OI .1111-1 Ii S.-.lrd IrndfT* marked on lha OuUkte I the anvalopa '1'andar lor Loan"). ui br raipi\*al al my Office up lo 3 00 m on Mondav BHh July. 1*0 lor a ikn ol Cl.Ut al %  rate of tnlaraal not •loading; lo be rvpald tn annual lataimmt) of £150 each Th* t\rtnch lmlalmant lo ba paid In lha yaar %  f. WOOD QODDAJtD. Clark lo lha Commlaalonera LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE Life Starts Again For Tony from p*tr l ui front of a mirror After this tfaty tain up atchi ehiir net hall, ana other outdoor qamw. 3. Next he show-" • %  BBM I valk nli the conga rhythm, iirsi between parallel bars, then on slicks, finally with only the ni| of hiiht-weiyht splints 4. Instructors then bMch evei > pttiwil •• trade. Tony is learning CWMntry Pratt] -rId Mane, who is partly rCCOVI I of her legs seven year* after her spine %  |ured bv a bomb, is taking up engraving. farmer unskilled labourers have t t tamen Othrjs have developed into expert clock-makers Some have studied law, learned languages. 5. Finally th doctor finds them fobs. Two MICHAEL ARLE\ Hll Of t'Vi'i in iull-tir M !IIIV MAKKV ugh than infirmity I hind Ml rimlr-. i picture ad %  nursfl na l ii parajyaed Arm> i much of the I %  lent cannot Ite effective' i .i %  i %  „j^...%  'vhirh "M: „ on B Hut witl it (-•uttmann s infanult\ and i, persistence '. %  I i pie I 11 al Stoke rtandevilli t:-., NO Kl I'KIlA I CHI^ I I kwrnan ho had itli mtMBy, a liitit* .hoiii. k plaasai %  %  %  -Hll %  illI %  %  %  I u \MI n IfORI l.l nr %  %  elplass wrecks —I..K S. MIVIIIMIIM NOTICES VACANCIE8 FOR TWO AISISTANT AGRICULTURAL BUPERIVTENDENTS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BRITISH OUIANA Applicfctioii5 are invited foi tural SupfiintviHifM> in the Guionj. Parllrulars Qf IBS poal BM ufc undt-i — £500 prr kiinum ritinn to f 12S ments i.f • HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay Iwo vacant pots oi Assistant Am n( Aaricultttrt, llrlt. I %  II: per annum by nnnuiit iini"QuiUiflciit.^nt ana Experience ApaUoanti must hoiii anhci (i) a deitrae or diplonui in Agriculture, and havt BOOM aapai anea la usrlcultural cxtcntion or farm management: or (ii) the Aasoclateship of the Imperiiil OOUSfa of Tropteal Agiiculturc or a degree or div ma In Agrieuliure with ) I graduate training at un Agricultural College Allowance! Travelling and subsistence allowanr< will be paid In ac< I with the Government Regulations in force. Probationary Period Appointment to (he potUt witl lie on twelve months probat* When luiillrmed In the appointment the oinetrs will be placed on II %  pensionable establL*Iiment. and will be liable lo contribute to th B| ish Guiana Widtiw* and Orphans Fund at the rate of h'i of the mas mum salary of the pott by mnnthly deductions from salary 2 The successful eundidates will Inengaged in tfea tati service of th Department of Agriculture or on projects npernted Ithe Department. 3. Applieatlom giving full name, age and details of qui tions and experience, accompamr-d by l.i recent tcstinioin.i! be addressed to the Director of Agriculture. Department i>f \ lure, GiwgBtown. British Guiana, marked "ASSISTANT AGHICUI TURAL SUPtrtlNTENDENT" and should reach him nor later thi -, Slit July. I9S0. 4. Applicants already employed In u Department of Agiieiiln. In the West Indies, thould submit their applications through th mal official channels. 15.7 SO ?. -.-boolM-l laav M V T It %  |kl\ lK %  %  %  IBI MM . %  I %  %  %  1 %  ill U1 ll %  i ma could ekjii. much i I ihat v by add i . ol menial eont iiright slnpoB iiu phen anal growth "t i %  Party from infancy %  l I II, She it Wi.c! ilrink I if) had to gei back u nai Bforl In %  lypawrttUi i lMile.ni - VTMII IW "to I can Hi"' '' "'< lrt %  %  .m,fi' and i"" %  toil boini BO Lai ftfjehaari BSOCMB tayi uu before I was IKIIII y.i, write it" a Mavfair that dldnl exut." iar me," I said. "I muSHIPPING NOTICES %  :>.II I kl \I-IM.H HI • vs.. I IM I.TI*l A H I it can .. %  %  F -I. r -: %  i %  i %  i i i ... %  %  ii CaH' AVrplrJ BM ; i %  %  %  BMrkad i I. rtHNIW. rri", A^ent. nA COBTA A I Afim. Barbadoa • %  i %  11 rt 1 1 1 IBM M Ii al l"i: *^ One Wm ->R.II %  %  ' I %  nth Aua %  1 fl aaBjj h June j -> i n r inh July IM July I. I" I.hot' WORLD COPYRIOHT HESI %  I %  I MAIL NOTICES She hai Gas for looking OFFICIAL NOTICE W Arthur Moort I .i. ^ board lliialad al I'M-rl.. % %  •drrtra at TVeedWdr Rd St Mich Dated Ihia ITth day ol July. IBU I i I Walwyn. I'olk-e MatUlrate. Dl.t "A' Mured KI-AlNfc HUlllNSOr. Bfl I N B —Tl..M 11 "i %  -ii'ini .ii .< I iiiu'iiia Court to i>a held I ltl>lrlrt "A". OR %  Hll, .!..> ..( July. IBM. kl I u.lork. m i i WMJWtH BJattrala, Dad "A DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Tenders for the Supply (if Fresh Cow's Milk la the Public Flementury Schools TENDERS are invite,! for Uaf supply of fresh cow's milk to tl Public Elementary Schools throughout the Island during the folloving school terms' — 2 11th September to nth December, 1950. 3. 8th January to Hth April. 11151. Particularo< tl. niium;-. ami i<,-u .-i %  %  .• %  %  f %  .| ; milk are embodied in the contract. (Copies uf which are available for reference nt the Colonial Scretaiys Office >. Persons tendering must Ix 1 iirepared to furnish Iwo sup the due performances of the contract The tenders marked "•Tender fm the lUpplj to the Public Elementary Schi-.. lbs Colenlal Sot Oiriie not later than 12 o'clock noooj OB Baturdk) UM I The Goveinment ioes nul hind lUelf to BOP i I Utt 01 tender. aajutADOB 1 MMar* until saW mi... .us | %  %  >>iliii| FrUl.i %  %  ... planlal %  L i bat lundi f.iriT--rlv ol W T ami I ,IM Mn 0 i i W, P. Hania* ami un Ihf S..MI i. r riots Bd al.Itth Jull. IBM %  iii.nl I low I PtaWl I' Buli ll laiaU of Claiiliain aattttkUkn ISWBI 1 Bt %  %  Wat) Ia.nr. I.< "I 0> %  .aid W T. B< i Hie publx road ur horvi rlaa I Uvki>lialion OfAee. OFFICIAL NOTICE LIOUOR LICENSE NOTICE i r.AKinNEit orrTBHM holder of liquur BIB of ItBO grBBlBd l. Mrla KlnB hi nil>. A T.SIV pan oiiu-e. on wtDKftsnAv tsth i 1 p.m. I MORRIS U n i' SOI.T: cti Domafed by lire I nir.VHoljrT BEDAN CAR 1MX1 well parfact nmnlnf order — now > hock put .... Tl.HMS CASH H An-her M. Ke-fla Aurtlou. r... Ill T In aid llrcnaa at lollowlrif prrmlaI a dowMa roofed board and %  shop al Dayrclla Rd. <" Cti • A' REAL ESTATE j M'll' On HeBaidr API>Ill ii T vi 4a DBMRABUC 1 OfTAOl ', it I'Hiitn-i a s> i Mtii day of Jul>. IBM. -C L WAtWYIf. -, I Viler Mafiktraie. D\-i A Sin.O (iARDlNKH OITriA'h. aaatiw N B Thi, apBUt BU OB lll bk T %  MM In IB br held .tn. i -A", i Mm. iv the 14th day of Jul. IBM nl II rlork a in. C I. WAI.WVN. I'oliea Maxitair IHM A It ; SO In LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE l.iq... I AJUEM) -BANDGATE". HkMIl J B40 aq'.iare feat of lar of Hkitlnkl Road The llouaa eontalna. • Ihe ',. !. %  -• and dinh* room. encMkkd aalMry on "• slddl. two badroomi w>< dreaalii* Tonrn* kitihenetta toilat and bath up•l-lra '"ith uaual fooma downaUUa an-1 two fllfhta of alepa to M. Oks. Blrct.Kand Water lnfl>""> •" **y by kppoli.ttiiekt Mo (Bt) The above -ill ba aa* up for aala lo DUbllc rompetlUon at our nflW on rriiiay lha flat day of July IBM at J u m CAMUNOTUN a> WCAI Y. l.u. ..• Biraat 11 1 Bf—IBn rnisinu Trie r't'il 1, BIB h*n*v arnod kStBBBl !,,,.,. raa i IUAN %  AffTJirDBtP -Cartari ... I do no* hold myaell rr>[>nna>hla for liar or klk*rma rlv rontrarllnK I"' drht oi dabtr %  BBM Bt Ulan i -Bft.. I I sea CHARIXK B^NDiroan Bl Mlrhael IT 7 M 4a Tlll I..i a' m T vti-nir %  Ty Tltompaon in I nl preinUn .11 loo utorab d and ahinale Inn Mine a I F.iti St Michael for parmlaaion to UM licenae al a board and ahlniliahop %  i Rd. IHltlotiKill. Sile C L WALWVN. Ekq Vaia. III A 1d (lAnXMI. Al> B -TOM application will be eoka* a al a llcr<\mlrf (xurt [Q he ftcl* C L WAUWVN Polite MaclMi.le Dial A II T 30 || LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE pttaalpjp via A board % %  d ahliikla iiiup -illi raaMenro n.iehed al llmdabu.v Rd Bt V %  %  baled thla llth day Of July ittfl ^ifi.ed HERMAN AI.LEVNg. A J Tin. applicaUon .ill be iw alderad at a l.Kerulnf Court lo br heW -' 1 %  CBtaTl, Dut.ivl A', on felonday the MUl day at July IB* al II AoataMtloni JIMInvatad foi UM Headahlp ol st llao School from leaeheis with Bt least Ml f gals' u-.n nm, BXp The minimum |aiafaBllimal OjUauAaatMM n-quueil i> the CotUI ) the Dcpartliienl Of exetiiutioii Ihtiefium Salary will be in accordance wilh Ihe (. pSI I %  I I I "i 11.11 in m ui a Orado 11 iTatiainiaijF [WJitujl Candidates who huv ( > j I ready submiltotl application forms in respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by I-" companied by a recent testimonial. All other candidate* thould make application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from |b l)i-|i.ii'.:uent ol Education. All applications must be in the hands of tlie Director of Education by Saturday. 22nd July. IBftfl 6th July. I95n i BT or %  HANI rat Tn. and 1 [ %  is I HI %  %  I. at Ihe -ai %  .II.„, n. ", IIKOIIKM v uiiiii"i- rr AI. ALL THAT nrUBB m.-ua.I BwtlBaMI ...Miei -Uh iinil ... %  ->. %  .ai.,< ....... I W. Un %  i n..I Mitrtn.n—1. %  % % %  . | -. 'i i rllM' Applications arc invited from u-aehera and oft. I peiwjiis for the following vacancies: — %  WOMEN Half Moon Fort Jimi.. '.Vi I %  i %  M.xni s.i w tk atfrOBtl Ctrls" S-'lu-.l S(iil.V Girls' School entry to the leaching : MEN St. Simon's Mixed School Uotcobel Bovs" School All Saints' Ro.vs' School St Elizabeth's Boys' School St. Joseph's Boys* School Bofj Trinity Boys' School 2 The minimum qualification foi is the Cambridge School Certificate. 3. Applications must be submitted on the apOft iK :i". i ID for men and E. 35 (c) for women) whuh i,. from the Department of Education, but candidates wha "ii M it', n on of Ihese forms in respect of previous vacam I li! <* %  i m,'v apply by letter, accocnpanJed by a recent tettin••> %  4 Anv tenrrtar who applies for H varmry on the 'aft of hool must inform hit or bar present Cluurmaii of Managers ami the Head Teacher of BO* -H>pU< •!. %  I i antler Sf Edur He glass ~. I new sparkle— w ithout effor t i %  ipotraati H | WlndolefM polish ii lab AM applications must reach the Director ii Saturday. 22nd July, 1950 Windolene Hh>*om. tsim .. \H I". ;-' 'ii. %  C MafH".t wAl vviv y'-*.V,„',v',1'/',V,V/.V.',V, | %  HI I H4IOK which makra GODS WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" laapom bie f.-t ... nun "I'll% %  • i i HM Tudor lira*. ' St MU-nael It T M~fn PtBaaa atrfaa for one t •nini'l Ki.l" il• % %  It-.i and Traei liervire. in On-tnl Avenue H>n Ireland.' • i i VI,',. I .,, %  I k h <..;!> bare Itaki PASSAGES 10 IRELAND leal %  i pa per M %  I ' %  days. %  Ann' Hi VI GOT Mil M DECCA & BRUNSWICK RSCOHD0 Ml I InIt .1 Inl llll IK.M'IIAI I iiroiiii >l (t'rillrnl Kiilllull> Ltd I'l "I" lrliu> I I'nr llniail A I iihn Mreets IIAKIiADOS ELECTRIC SIITIV CORIHHIATION WIM I i U:\ISIII\I, iwr IIRAWIM; mm You cant beat a MORRIS SUITE ... %  S.ltea Mada of Hort. %  %  Uatf you pi %  L S. WILSON ,*.-***-*-*-< *-*-•.*-*-',***** THINKING OF BUYING WE BEST? WOTIIKK SHIPMENT OF HlXt. (Mis HAVE UWJVED •ji# in ri.Mi: in: \Ht\sni i ITO ton Ho %  ; .nul n Inn i. ha\< il.iideit thai repair* lu one of lai.i! can no ItBfftl bt I.I-IAI .-,1 lltr Cninpan* haa In .. ii-niuener had lo put UdB OeflBfaUni "*et (0 K W.) nut of maiBBBBBtJ and o\ uiIn UMI • iiu, IIIIII II!


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I II •'•.ll .11 Inl; IS i.-.o Sarbabms locate Prir, nvi: I V • H r U.S. TROOPS EVACUATE TAEJON Australian Sugar May Suffer Through War In Korea (From Our OH n CoffffOg#onoenO LONDON. Jolj 17. JJKII'AIN may he half i. million ..n of Minor WtTl ne*J year. According: lo report fr..: i I rbbioe, the Korean war will t1i-pri\,> th,. t,m-enx|nntl anger industry i f IS.0M Ml "I ammonium sulphate fertilizer during \uiit i. d September, ll ..Iternatiw siippliis ore mil iorllu i ui n. VH3 M-in rede ml A K ri< ultiir.il l>ir, dor K.ilrm-k Utys Australia will hu\ v no rxporlalil.M.rulus e*Xl year. This tu \usii %  %  Crowds Pack Court To Hear Murder Trial rOKT-Ot-SPAIN July 17 Thousand : %  raton, who failed, toga thtSuprsBM Court, Iln %  •„, ,,,.,._ dnctf, to eater Hnysie SlngD, I rletl Kant Indian nsbarman and hot?i proprietor) %  irsd m i column mow nates magazine ., •. . reigned before ih* Jul> \ n.ornlng with four others charted with the murder ..I 1'hill.eri iDsj "Bumper No aw in the toes] M provoked so much put o-ily as I .i me Trud ..' idge is taking rtu chance* rei.i rding interference Ih has ordjered the Jurors not to bo .! %  .. %  ii i.u: m da fST, bt t sowings for UV>1 comment > T m .%  Uliaer-supplioj cannot t*' obtained from oifn %  %  %  trail* will ooly bs .ii %  pi"'. v foi Ini %  Ml %  %  .m (ition. The Brii i in—Hi naka I pi rfertly ploai I* R %  .rhi i' %  ',% % %  %  i essuo fert.u; r. Austiulia S.u-i not import f.>r iliwr from Korea but [learn [ro-n Bus%  is and the i • % %  i %  I situation, may rendei ti tion Imp ii PREP, t RE FOR DEEE \ SI I E Leopold's Return Is U.S. Trample Almost Certain Democracy li\ Observers Kill* In Air ('rash l'< IMBAY, July t Twenty fuur people aboard Indian National Airway* airci %  —Premier Nehru'* private tary and ihr*e United i ii-ivi iamong them lO death in the river Chaki on southern border today All 18 passengerInellld log eight foreigners — and IBM* row were killed whan the piano rashSd In heavy rain. American lieutenant-General HodgCf Military Adviser to the United Nations M dlatoi Bit Owen Dtaoo, cancelled ni N it .i-t i afori thd plane look oft The crest) arai believed have taken ph MI 'he tmnk "f the rivet Chaki The wreckage of the Diane was first wen by villager and later by party sent by the Indmn Army authorities No details of the circumstance r,f the crash were available lati lo-nifht SAY REDS %  rOKYO, jul> 17 meml er < i '• %  %  Council in Japan Cil 3 Polyanen ko todaj leni Qeneral Mac Arthur aecusini the Aim i ramplAig down lbs i i %  .; i m pveral that I' ii r -I % %  i %  ti $ Bupreme Allied I Polyai lunko said Gensi ilacArtl IP ..i uvities in Japan iritowed be stood "far from r> i f i i.i even Ear from the i mprehens ion ol tasks of Dem CTBCJ in Japan He renewed his n-que-t that Qeneral M&cArthui ahould ensure f 'i.Mm ..I .. :.^ dieto all In mopartlei In Japan including Nation-1 Communists IK ealled foi "dia. hurtled continuane. i( rcpns.il .gains: Trade Union leaders and other %  Democratic public men Iteut-r. IIItUSSELS. Jur. I lielgian Socialist Parti Cbali %  Bueat said iu-day If the tally exiled King lx^ipolii ums to the throne all BodaUal ike pan in future Belflan Cabineta B-iset added that all BorfaUfti ho iiore boooraj) title.and Mm i-..is .i s'.ot. 'would renounce thrii tuies They .. The return ol King Leopold to e throne is now practically a regone cor.chu.ion Only eleventh hour action by Socialists. Liberal and Communist Patiiamentai %  could delay the final PEREZ NEW TRINIDAD ATTORNEY GENERAL *V'Vtl"r-()F-*SPAlN"jury'lT. Mr Justice J L Motthieu-Perez Trtnldadlan Puisne Judge, has bean appointed Attorney General %  | i Tobago M Irom Septembei Matthleu-Perei is the fouHh Tiinidadian lo i>< named Attorney Qeneral In the lomi hlstoq of the colony This is regarded as a most progressive step, and the move prepares the colony for man) more alatthieu-Perai has bean OH the Bench since 1941. .,'.—Rfiitcr Fiftietli Anniversary Of Kadiuin Truman Plans To Step Lp Armed Forces VTASrflNOTON Juh 11 PRESiDnWT TKIIMAN will tell Co nation on Wednesday what he beUavei %  puah thi Commui Itl Ini aw n bach put of South Kun An offlctal uld Mi Trurnati UMS |xpected to miUion pr more In new defenci ind m I o lift p on the armed forces by more thm 200,0i SPORTS WINDOW r *o i i Hi-iKi -ii i II MIX! noi III H i n I Compromise Would Invite Red Attacks WASHINGTON. July 17 OBSERVERS here today expected American Secretary of Stale. Dean Acheson. to diaw i sharp line between peace and appeasement when replying to buunestions by the Indian Prime Minister. Pandit Nehru, B tettUng the Korean wu These observers said Acheson was convinced that any compromise on the basic ISMU-S of the Korean criaJa would utute appeasement of the i^greaaor ami would almost certainly bhnL! on Communist attacks eUwwhera in the world. • %  He aaw no ilternaUva lo pressing the military campaign against the Communift* In Korea Some sources said Acheson arould state that an essential con. lUOl I" iny seltlement arai the completa withdrawal of the CommunW invasion forces. Ha would promise on this conditioti which was not only tht but slaa the United .. %  .. At the •.ame time he would not r to an international erforl to aOrk OUl a ]u*t iierma%  %  'ion of the Ko" lem in the fntled Nal '.ni of utilisations and excited groups in liquids and Dr Pierre Jordan of Zurich on "n oil effects in finely divided substances ipoaad to neurons Scientists from nine countries Argentine Britain. Belgium. Canada. Eire. Trance. Ital> and the United States—also disihe formation and distribution of ions and excited groups produced by radiations in liquids." —Heater. S. Africa Passes Anti-Red liitl CAPETOWN. July 17 The Boutti African Buppree %  Ion "f Communism Bill adopted bv the South Afrh Bei June 23. was to-day pronuilu;ite.i ., M| Oaaatto %  tuordinary issueii here The Bill outlaws the Commun1st Party and all Communist ac k .. maximum I ment It empowers the Governor General to outlaw any other nt on which protested on e: %  rter Ma; principles of Comm Czech ti Jail 5 U.S. "Spies" ONE WILL DIE ieO.000 men f,, %  it leg.d %  .iT.noo und aboul BOJOO I .. the Nai r, now held bj M0A72. %  I; I In ,. A.. uld IIIM. I.. .' All r*it* eeilinK f "in %  i r thau total atithe i ol 2.005.BBl %  %  progranuiM %  ik luthorlty for thi Defeni I l it 1 letlve duty i %  tklnf fart of the celebration.* of the 50th sary of the discover] of radium by Mem i M n %  I urla Pro!% %  -I Km %  !!;. %  \.. ( I'. %  Professor of Chemistry it Ihe Unlveralb ol Durham ipoka on Production of helium by alph.i ays of radium In %  olutlOO**, l'i ., Lauiiston Tayloi ol WashlrurbN it stiKhcs ... the The BfUi pei ... Hi of liquid rays Dr. L 11 t„ 2*. years 1 ham lal <'presumed ,ixlh to 15 year bard labOUl Th < % %  MORRISON PREPARES PRAOI l i I mi i" i death and ih... othnto hard %  it.. Stab i Qilina In < / %  %  boskn ikii It %  %  learned to%  •. i R.A.F. PUmes Reach War Zone TOKYO Ju .1... The death %  entence was out to Augustin Ledlelri formal member of the CaBBB Bon • deacilbed during the trial as the ol ".. esplonai i group. All six defej II I 'i. (omul guilty of I %  • %  ga on behalf ol n Bvtdence was given tt. (cndunU all of whom are Slovaks. roased Uleifally ml'. rhere they illegedly .1 imenean "Spy Schof.1". aftercards infllfrntlnR hack into ovaMa —Renter I Sum Cnmmupi'l aggression had been %  %  • 8om h I'I advisers privatel thai ll fall Ihal to trade petce in Ki %  > %  e %  of ihe U Nai afould be i 'like giving amv to international The s*iuth African Common i %  •. led • on June 20 %  r America] — Reutrr. ,*p|y IO Pandt ind lm———^^—^^— aortal thai Nehru'* leadei of the %  '.-%  i nitltude toward American poilcv r. In Asia eon vitally %  The other I present American action in Korea %  %  • inder the Unit. uld like to retun 1... Royal An P land flying boat* have arrived at Iwakuni Air Be Hong Kong, .. British Cot iipau I man confirmed today the boats would be used Ft work wiih Mi 11 EarUei Lo n don ran n had • tated Ihnt a whole RAI ton had an IvetJ Xapan •mil air repn %  ti reveal whnt role lh< aircraft miuu play in ti. Korea) Reutrr G-Men Arresl American On Spy Charge WASHINGTON Julj 17 The ariTst of .i fouril. American i concei n II i the leakagi here li das b) Mi .i Edga Hoovel • 'in < tot -I the y< leral Burea > ol utlon Ui II \' i until the man •> %  I ownei operatoi i the Pltl Enalne Prock* • Incoi ffea Yoik. ., rormei A orp Mr Hoovei said KOMI been ai rei led li f • %  1 i mnmil i. Mi it link ol the LOW p :. planiu r, U puti %  ipected te lake .... n in the %  I ped It will drop the prae%  %  Industi 'i. i |n formula rwer, freeIndustry %  lion -<< r %  rtani i ppai it iiTinPourtfa to fourtl i ... i .1 Bureau i ., ; .'i. i in two elating to %  toml I Harry i Alfre-I .. I %  %  I %  %  : %  i rl %  I . col I-,..., .1 Brlteui i HI MUS year iritf || i B %  %  %  Beater, 180 RED PAPERS SUSPENDED TOKYO. Ju: A". '' I l.l than Wo Communist %  1'. %  %  : tun

7/V PRICE DROPS :i' y i • %  report m London Preai to-day ol eeffa -" %  ntS. ihe 'in |.inItive to %  %  %  %  %  ng near1\ \ (%  ( %  i• %  'o-d.iv Reuler IGuiiMMirs are Flying —Aboul Margaret BA TTLE %  %  Pi i %  e lul %  thdas n n the centre ol %  %  the M>%  %  hfe foi which th. %  i task %  Bui %  in ..... %  wi i he -i< Uu/ed u 21 Pnnci I %  %  .lid ib< exp>'U P || %  lal of ti O' B] Ktt\ >l\t \KTM \ TOK^U s AMERICAN FORCES hat abandoned \m strip of Taejon, the provisional South Korean capital, and the city itself was expected to i;il! within 24 hours. Withdrawing stubbornly west wit! north of Taejon. Americans were rep rl id I exacting a "high price" from Communist Inn ll i south of the Kum River. The last American plane to OM at present under long rantjc Korean unflre, was a reconnaissance machine which pirkerl up the wounded just before noon yesterday. V %  i 11 01 capital 1 %  in IM %  i %  %  %  lien MM \HIIU ll MacArttiur, aoa been Bupreme Cornmandei of .. ni. wrrendei He %  T. in I ill i.it... K when he graduated ti. n i'.mi in IBM -.!*• front-line World Wi .n .i • h 'Rainbow Dlvtsfc %  tVMl, %  I. %  lir ... Suprenw Coi ..i \. Porci In Ihe I : | Wai ii Has %  ibitl ti (.. i. i" achieve amen ''^ %  Japan I* llnlnhi %  i %  i %  i i i. Ninth Korc i ircee I int. from n em npondenl inmunurt i 1 who i | i %  i ; %  %  apatcl p dalel on the Buti %  i North K i K rnllov" dc a U K ; %  ,.. el tlm bul they 4 .-. . lanes In the rlgbteoui n< SUSS HI unshiik.d'i I icei iti %  hue %  fronl Rco thai 10,000 young patriot ha* leal re I i i la 1 bis i" Ihe Ai Mmbti. i.i' % %  i i • ...... re fronl Rrulrr %  liked whetaei Ike lb IM ,i| li. M.I I. I , h,ilil IUena pake mot -.*..! Ihal farthet rleldiag eeuM be %  '. iped < %  "!* iftei wl i" • ha* I -i keJtl UP. \ Oeaamaaieaa %  %  lea tanki %  iMneeleaa %  1 %  %  f< .. mil' |i had Althou been for. i ui K %  %  P %  %  0 mile* %  %  South K. i. 11 1 %  %  • %  aci %  M >. trthai i %  Ihal Ihe talk laser* un Divkden hid hull, i.d heavi raaaalUaa en whilipet iii %  ird tl 1 1] • i Borrowed Kidney CHICAGO. July IT Mrs Howard Tucker. 49. woman with only transpl-n ney in ma walked th ear full She said furtne made in aboul tbri i termice i i ew kl |g functionn,: properl) The transgoodwill I American planted k'dney WU taken fro another woman ihortly alter she u jni) , American died of liver ailment Phyrfeiant ; Government" .1 Douglaa M Commander-in -Chief ol NH turns force* In Korea repeat' I the Th* Press alone could deteri %  %  Of the Korean Wai He Hid he probably i.' welcomed a cable from the U .. iood tern aging Din Sun Timei" advitlng thi u. what %  rnl that the paper had introd % % %  cl self-ensorhip MaeArthur said Army person%  ke the re print the news k not to irdsli ad ruli .. rnlng the ...... I of free society, but • ntrlbute t"iyutarv % % %  % %  • %  %  .i %  load i."' 1 were not trained In journal* If It; 'he hand: ii, and must deveea their anufS i-r.crgies to a*Bltary openiUons, and appUud only b) these who and ooe which all mj -o.rued. — Cfi I Govt. Keeps tfoscow Talks Secret LONDON. J %  : Oovernmeni : %  i !; %  not be I D Ki I %  lllm-khui%  % %  %  and oa hav. dst Ided tl I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i la ..in i %  i • %  Dlual % %  I-. %  in January ; ... .Ill %  during bei %  Farrlk %  %  : — Iteulrr. RKST SELLER AD'i %  books % %  > sporte tar.



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TtttDAT, Itltl 18. 1*50 BARBADOS ADVOCATF. PW.I nvi Community Sinking At Belleplaine TONIGHT A 1 .u tonnjhi mould ad i t of hunireJs c. .cos vile:. i rbnilty to nsung la UM [ the Police I i ili ... first time %  The programme i> as follows:— 111 MlllUO Mjr.li fit ii., n,,,.,,. Il) OvMtur* — WaliH-i from Virnna:> t MM \I m Hi*t %  %  ••MB, 14) CU-r Sons A.. H*ni MMM *•.!. — M IH "•• Toy Shop. Mow nno I QiBitBTl InupM-fun A CastMR) ... in. Haunt Th. Doll I'.i-lr Tlir M..drtr of UK Tor Sold" OlMHttfl Ha.ixli.MiaM S. RoltorK. Th* Sal Major lUndiman HMuima.ii TIM HurM C'aJr: HnUon. T ill. DECISION ot HI* Worship Mr Ii Grillilh—who put Samuel Holder of GuodUnd on a I %  for III months In lot nim ol KS 10 iteaung a pm irom Lanora Clsment at I valued J and UM property of l .vJni'\ ( .,:• WU •• ii <•> %  by then HOOOUI Ml J W li i MO '. BI i 4 i: A Vaiighw, Assist an! %  Court ui nppcal l! K>/bg Then be paid knTeult one month'i Lanora Id on June I bouaa In trom Dim IHII another bi lha name ol Harding helped him a/rlb lha Asked by Hoiuir if he (Murphy) believed thai he (Holder) had any ii tantion of stealing the pig Murphy that %  %  %  D : delivering the pig to Caw A. is heard Theli HM that II %  i in their ameni I inti lo take 1 % % %  > %  would not deal i %  w iii him. TI %  n .' him on H bond Lui would Impose ii line. T ill: MOBILE CINEMA Will ba ..i lha Colletoii An., si John tonight. Other shows tinweek will be given al Radman'i and Hall'i Villages PlantaUon Yard. St Thomiis on Wednesday; Thur*daj, Edgccomhe Area. St Philip: and on Friday. Morgan Lewli Plantation Yard. St. Andrew. K EtTII RAVSIDE of Illnck Pock reported to the police yesterday thai ii.e budding which houses his rock-crushing machine at LOdg* Hill St Mi. I:..e| hroken and entered and a quant.tv of .ot:. las which tl valued si $9.88 A NOTHER LOSS wan reported uwen Coodmnn of Har• SI OCorge He left his %  i.l. lining $S7 in his motor ear while ha waa at Grave Bad eg Sundi A OINIRAI. TALK for women will be tfivcn at the Girls' trial Union tonight by l> Evre Kinrh lo all members: of No 0 Club and their friendl The talk will begin nt 7 45 A LANTERN LEOTTRK. en titled Missionary Pioneering Mid t Kashmir's Mountains, w he given ttt Roebuck St Moravt Church, hv MrE E N fhl evening TANTHF GRAHAM o f Vin Si MlehaaL was injured whan iha fell from a Mi rh i . i. i F I, St Thomr.s. i venlng. %  i %  % %  .'.. ,..i."'n I" Rt*n' % %  (lewham %  lightly Iniitred. Municipality For St. John's .i ,, os> Ova rm iHMH ll ANTtOUA i ton .i commiitee to Investigate the %  % %  ink an (pendent (or the eU .f st John i Thu MID)** I ed here I S and II u.i found that as the i..i was unable to balance her budget the undertaking was Impoasible ail it was • 1944-45 nnd as It .... on thai the i itv could not fnc" further incre.. sad taxation din Ing those yi %  Tim per ca %  on housing ta* end still the city will be unable to curry through the plan without .i Substantial grant from Government Thi %  rmad commitii f the Ciown Attorney, Mr Cecil Kal Chairman the Cltj Clark, Mr W. L, MeOu % %  Ihi Treasury Accountant Ml Owen Edwards %  i W %  Engineer, Mr c. st C Datsoi -.' %  five IWf V C Bird M i) Ift K ii Lake, if Pratt E w : 1'.. \!r | ScOtt-johl ton will • xploi %  i enua ith the hope lb -. be estsHi'hed in 19M met* although th< cltv continues to be llnnnclaM; weak SugcW Crop May Reach New High All the grinding is the crop proved to be vei \ lul." Mr. c. C Skette. Mroetoi of Agriculture, told I he Advocate yesterday. He said that th> figures have Dot >'t COON m from .".II the factories but the 111 mate is around 158.000 tons, which new record production for the Island Last reor'i was 152.731 Hipointed out that the weather %  far this yesr has dev. present crop U) %  pOtnt • I than vrlll i a much .arger tonnage naoit year but the actual realisation of that large crop naturally depends on whether the condition* during the remaining part of this year and the early part of the reaping season next year are good. He said. "If conditions continue lo be favourable there are propect s of producing a crop of 1.000 tons nrvt year Two Acquitted On Robbery Charge WILBEKT STOUTE and Gwendolyn Buwen were acquitted yesterday at the Court of Grand Sessions. Sioutt* was charged of robbery with violence, and Bm*cn ol aiding and abetting him 111 commuting the offence Tht case was heard before His Honour Mr. tt L ley KM ActltU Chfctl Jusuce. Mr. W. W. Reece. K.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, while Ml J. S R I>ear represented tin acci • %  nd lluwen wen' with having cumnmtefi the oil* nee against Sydney Godird of Fairchild Street and i.rocrictor of the Z;uiiibr Club. The case for the prosecution wvs that on December 25 but year, about 1 am Sydney Goddard wa> cycling along Tudor Street towards Broad Street when 'tacked him. b,sat him ind look $8 from his p> t mst lluwen was tli.il she UWttad Stootc u> beat Goddard :d when his spectach picked them up and I wlln them. and Welfare Fund Gets Busy Some of the applicants have already been given loans from the Labour Welfare Fund but theil %  5 were the most needy. > an Interview with v I vocota* 1 yesterday, Mr. D. A. M /nes. Manager of the Peasants' Loan Hank who is diNtributing the loans said that he started advancing loans last week to the most urgent cases all over the ; let Over 1,000 applicant* I than ire still ,1 further 1.000 to be dealt with. The department gave out over 1 000 forms bul about 4.000 forms .re Stll] to be rotUI %  Mi Kaynas said that In some cases the houses of the applicants In a very bad condition and the applicant really needs the loan. Moat of the application! came from St Andrew. St -l John, St. George and St Thomas *Ryfjord '' Bring* 1,000 Bags Flour A shipment of 1.000 DSg ter wheat (lour was discharged bare between Sunday ami yesterday bv the SS By/jorrf from New V..ik Also among the cargo were 29 bags of mall ami park.tg'' nvetchaa The ss AtleMtaa which called from London on Saturday, still in port yesterday. This vessel ha brought to the island 10.399 paper-bags of Portland cement along with 1 shipmen Morris and Prefect. Citroen and Vauxhall motot Trade Union W.H.O. Experts Revise Movement Yellow Fever /ones Is Important — Chenery KesembUnre The defence established Goddard did n I k' a Bt Sit fore the allegou Oflanca pointed that when Goddard called In the POUce 10 identify > %  among eight others, he hao at first said that 0 beaten and robbed Mm 'i .is not among the number and afterwards pointed to Stoute and laid trjat he resembled the man who had beaten him more than any of fhe hers 4yn Bowcn told ijie nirt thai she went to the Glorw Theatre on ChriStrnai < %  %  I ;i*ni a ftsrwardi went bi rne ^ ( '" bad ii"t paei Bti ihat night Goddard said thai ha as riding his bicycle slowly ..long Tudor Street towards Broad -.' rest (I December 25. 1949. about a.m. v 1 : • were .1 the street end he swung to the ight to avoid Ihein. Gwendolyn Bowon and Will>ert Stoute came towards him Bowon innted bun to Bti ate hi ( ...sicd him oil the bicycle and star-. | hhn Ivesiyhl niul I8.il Bowt n t.->k ins ipecl* Iw whb b I.ad fallen <>u lhe ground. Stoute took S8 out of bhl pocket* and thea then ran aaray Cecil Herbert. ban whom ho used to employ and who chanced to be nearby at .issisted him home. He rant to Dr. nenwlck on December 7 for medical attention. 1 lhat five months praIIBIS to the occurrence mie cams to the I iv drinks i'i%  tl .1, ..ml when *he left some %  tii.h ho had placed 'on the seamen was %  %  Goddard admitted to Mr Deo al ho had bad two previous ns tor boatlpjj people, 11 %  %  -him stocky chop. Th %  police bad held an MsntUlcBtlon raea Dseasnjbar 2S and Stoute was among the men. At lUTBt ho SSld that he did not recognise the man who had beaten him among them, but afterward' be said that Stoute resembled him noet Sgl Bourne laid that on Janiary 5 he held an Identiii. ation There were eight StOUle. Goddard lhat the man who had beaten him WSS not eraong them and thi \-.-n* closer to them and said that asen bled th stout 1 THL Trade Union M veeOW of greiit importance to al M of the communitycapil middle ciass people • Ml Ju-iue J W H 1 Chenerv told members of (he \ Clerks In ion es he lectured to hem on Trade Cniomsm at the V M 1 A last mght r 1 'henery started oil his talk anting some of 'he highI the Hist or \ of Trade Unionism in England He recalled how the pioneers of the movement had been subjected to the misrepresentation and abuse that tended lhe path ol the pioneer He said Jiat with ihe pasaa s a of time those eydhad besni overcome until by the time of the Industrial Hrvolution il bad become Clear th*t the ul.i gtVfSI an) to something bv wmch the welfaie and interesl ol the woikei % %  more leariy s..f "guarded. Here Mr. OeaNiarj n <• m d MiItealnce Webb who he said Flu H.-I01 ^ „t Trade Unionism" told the story of ihe movement with great 1 TI Where Trade Union acwere concerned, he said. .b of the niisunderst.inding in I Uoata A REVISED DELINEATION ol thi tw 4 the yellow ftemt virus in the tr pica) belts 'f the Americas and of Africa is publtahed Health Organization's Weekly KpideminUi^ical Record tor Jbtli June. 1950. Yellow fever is ., highly fti.l lnf transmitted bv thtAede, K>pt Security Check In Panama Canal HAi.iuiA. CAMAL EONI Further security rvstnctioiiv have l>een announce,! pjTi-ma Canal. (OUow onginal estsblWumsin ktrj guards on locks, brtdgee, pOWtl plants. All owners of private pleasui %  boats hav. bean ady*a entrance into and • %  %  enal Eone wab d.rk by smsll craft haI Wktadt, and that pStaOB ing to take their boids nut M Hi BI night must first obtain lhe perreaaaten of the Port Csptam of Halboa or Cristobal, whichever Zone port is involved movii ill -. thu public mind was due to (he I must l>e prepared to !• stopped fact that they only heard about I ilniitUa'ioii hy picket boats %  trike and lockouts and things of at the Canal entrami--. that nature which made newspup 1 %  st.i'c %  ( e\ ISH.IL %  lhat man*.1 experts last (' &f ember, and final!. Wlln Memo. 1 States attending ;he thlt I Wn %  anltaiv rreemeni I %  %  Ing In the %  The end* %  %  ii <>i n Ben We* %  ting trie %  -1 1 %  %  in tin west, Us .11 nf the nd all of K %  ..( Vi encl Son lUtand rluded from the endemic area b> the Iteceml-i lll .M-I.HI. wblW nd all i Nyasaland w< re added lo it ModiBeaudna result parti) from snivels 1.n the occurrence ol the dh %  In urban pommun tli The Allark ..,-OIL EDGES OUT COAL Schooners arriving in the colony with firewood and charcoal durlug the past few weeks wars not netting a ready sale for their For some days after their ay .. ..I ban OBI and heaps 01 liiewood could be seen on th. wharf awaiting a buyer. -chooner captains think t at this nop in the trade part] due to the tacrcasing nee of oil • 'lives by the housewife for cook7'ico Picked From 100 Over 100 people jammed the ting room of the Harbour and .-.hipping Department until about midday yesterday. Each was hoping that he woulo iVO the luck to fill one of the 'o vacancies for seamen on Ihe Harrison liner AUantiau After the two men were selected. the noisy crowd still kepi prolog on the counter. The "Atiantian". which carried a West Indian crew of 40. arrived Saturday from Lout t I'.. W 1 and 38 of them wenpicked Bgall Til* two \ai ..! % %  were in the engine room. Cecil Herbert said that %  1 is about 1 .1 in be **ai HI a rum shop tr. r. lea Btrw I when hp heard a noise H,HS stoute boating OodKlard BV m pick up spectacles off of the road and then the two of Ihein ran Bowon said that on December M -he went to mid-night theatre. She left just before the picture ... ., I.l.i I:.'.I. ,, %  : .-i'i.! Iiutiic Sinknew Sfaite but she did not see him that night. She knew Godpokeo to 1 • %  denied lhat she BVOI the Zanzibar Club, but %  aid that once Goddard had threetenad her when be had seen her with 1 OSetOU man, telling her lhat If he did not get that man, ha wouM g'-t bet mg the )ury. Mr I> Bi pointed OUl that if one had in. liuig another. .1 1 raWO ed place like Baxters Itood in which wen um sh;ns %  %  .%  : hem 1 lines Hut trikes were an inBniUHrtsnal part of tht work of a Union With the complexity of modern civilisation it would %  earceiy be poaaibla to keep the Industrial machine running •moothly without the • 1 meat of a strong trade tmion ,1 I'..1 Turning to the West Indies Mr Mid the movement in •h.it ..(,-.i ,. „j ro. cm '— % %  '. 'h and due to the fact that the BSkJ was mainly an agricultural one. the growth of trade unionism was slower than it would be In a heavily industrialised community Here the le.tunt quoted from he Report of the Poyai Commb> ion of 1939 and from the Reportl of Sir Frank Stockdah oiler of Colonial Development and Welfare in the West Indus He deplored the war hallBBII Ihe two rival unions in Jamaica and said that that feature must UVS Invested the Jamaican public's mind with a distrust <.f Trade Unionism Thn rivalry In Jamaica wsa .1-11 deplored hy Mr. Richard Hart in a nrwspaper artlelr ul.irh Mr. Chenery quoted. Beferrlng lo Ihe development „i ihe movement un Uie conUnrnl of Europe Mr. Chenery read i | "" rs from Ihe gresl eneyeueal ol Pope Lea I3lh—Rerum NOVarOBS which he railed the rharter ol the right of |hr workins man lo form aanoclaliorM. Mi Chenery .,!,.. told how the movemenl in England had divided lo BS0k parliamentary representation in 1900 In thai connection he cited auch important happenings as the Liberal Party's triumph in 1908. the taking of office for the I tl a bi the Labour Part) In 1924 and the General Strike of 1928 which led to thr passinc. of the Trade Disputi I Hare be cited Phihp Snowden and went on lo warn ot ihe danger of the Tiade Union Movement dominating the noverriment of ., country That, he said, was just as undemocraUi .ers owed it their .'.'i loyalty. During World War II private boating was j led. and SMI. ill craft were moved to moo ings in the fresh water of Qatun : ks %  the duration 1N B •Polaris" In Canal Zone BALBOA. CANAL / %  '-1 A 24-1.-.1 BWOdl ii coasting bpat with its two-man view is pausing ai the Canal Eone [•" T iinoi relltting befuru .unlimitng .1 war delayed .11 around the world Vhv "Polaris." whose two and ot .'-half tons make her one ol il smallest craft to havi erOSt eo the Atlantic, transited the Panama Canal July 7 and Is ex, %  '. %  to shove ..IT tol S.iu Flanel ll.iwail. and the rest Of the world next week Crowed b) Ernest Karulis, her nuuter, and Jon Paiuus. niats llo Pull 11 Is first began her woiU j Cruise in 1939 but was caught b' World Wai 11 In Hamburg Shit was forced to return In aVweden The second start waAuguat Cutstanding log of the It %  tlinv f.ir was hei \l.ir.l.. ing from Las Pauuaa, can*i Islands, t,. Cnbadfi10 milv % %  dayi During her Canal | she 1. occupying .1 guesi mooring at the HallK^. Yacht Club -INS sndei Preach 1 %  .1 .: 11 porti the experl Delude I in Hra/ii. whli ii a as n ;>pli. I revision Will take place warrants it [n HI 11111 a of yellou fever, partlcularb around the southern bordai -.f Ihe andamk 'one U I able reporU of tin itward eradleat Indicate iii.t the mosqultp will have been wiped oul of the coun ii> befon year It bBl Bin I completely from ..II port cities and Ii (bun 1 In the nortl %  tern 1 ..I t A FINE COOL FABRIC !! falAhunq PEACH. ICC BLUE. LILAC. JEWEL BLUE. SEA HAZE. JASMINE. TUSSORE. ORCHID PINK. BLUE THISTLE and WHITE. &f The Ideal Material for LINGERIE. BLOUSES. CHILDREN'S FROCKS BOYS' SHIRTS. Etc. HARRISON'S Dry Goods Dept. Dial 2664 ISo Sii/H-riorilv In The Races Says UNESCO Report PARIS, Jiil 1 18 iiivii iiiijul opiHirtuuitv le 1 the races ol 1 ankind 1111 utidlv U| %  %  report IJ the Oi % % %  1 ind Cuiti i.d t„ think, be %  .aid. thai 1 man like Oodd I ,1 ho had h % %  two prevtoue conpool Id |USt rein.mi .beaten. He rerninded them Ujat I al the kkmtlficaUdri parade God%  %  nan at .he numbs 'io had Bflerwards saying bled the man anhad then hn Pernandes has been r-eerrt the i^gi^ta. .I ot British Outai %  II %  1 Partlsiniiita* Con'cren %  Ni w Eealand around August. FoiiHiin-year-old M kll d Colin Jon. Welsh miner of Rhus. County Denbigh, is being hailed today as a musical genius He 1.1lust won an intarna* hi U01 -1 pUnoforte solo competition it UangOllOn, County Ih-nlo:;!. iieating experienced adult players from Italy. China, England and Wales His playing. eeording lo l" Sar.no, VeraSS, Hungarian adjudieator of the contest. was perfect But lolin. like mosl voting%  tors ol hit age • refet i tl io music, and %  %  %  hi be a proroasional football playei Whan he lets old.i father, Roberi Jones, saya thai often when %  his school Iriends ng ami whlstk %  his home That's Ihe signal hm held In I Colin quits the piano for a kickhe end of about on a nearby plc< %  of waste ground. —LN.B from Britain, Uni Zealand. Mexi. •> IftaTSl. India Prance Norway, and Sweden U d. a rii-si by Uv "most ant' orltal itemenl In %  • pirnl tat*' of wol I.I The n 1 points of th I'IIII ii lab n dilTii different groups of mankind pre doe lo fj '..1 1., 1, n olatlon, drift and rand fixation <>f particlee which control heredlt] and natal %  Um lletllrr ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND 'TlJHIVALL ASBESTOS WOOD. V. //.'.V.VV.V.Vs rV %  FOR THE COMFORT OF YOUR %  PETS .... 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IJohnson tend 'he children, push I 1 — Reuter. : ram and darn socks I N s | sSJ'SSSSSS***SSSJ'*&S*jt&S***'***''''''''''''*'''''''''SSi'SSS, %  i that house-viw%  %  hood Writinit wi Al) Saint* par M addo ek s* %  %  llltles that mi Orders are being taken now— Come in and look them over at THE CITY PHARMACY KNIGHTS' LTD. MIH TMB Vf'.'ll MtUOIt CYCLB MAIIYEI. Till M \\ Mlllll I I I I4C< 1. .I.ll.nnl U hr i...iv...l...nal I\.H motor tyat h i fur. Id the n.'.u.'Hi Bppnncli ... .....K.r rar. WATER-COOLED HAND-STARTED, SHAFT-DRIVEN and NOISELESS I ..r Blmpllclty, Imw) .....I I(..1 ...^ PIMSVC, Choo— I ..... IIOIII IC I I IIIMI IB II I III UTI Nl I. \l< \(.l U'HITI I'AHK UIIAIl \ j



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I'M.I I II.Ill IIAKIUIKI. \lt\tli \ II TUESDAY, -II IV IK. lSo lull rim ili.ili i II k. I Low Scores Prevail On Ail Wei Wickets • MALL SCORES were n %  ffils Ii i)i\ iki m on Satui %  i i> i... ID the heavy showers whuh fell during the mornhu Wanderers however managed to knock up 130 ui fricketa, "f which V Lewu contributtxi 6ft v \i PC .. Cable and Wtrei | WJL Marksmen A! Bislev HISl KY luh :H ..n.i Wtadwa .; Menial I SparU i i : %  %  helped YMA %  %  • %  •" Ment* Hospital by one run At Boardi d I n pire wm quickly di* Veal Indlai mat %  Bi pa. bvwlM did me Jamaae Mi ... bvl .km* ti :B Hnwivei Empin •ITIOIIK U* . :. %  .. m-xi recovery when sis fTi • si lbs ( A W boys weie eni 4rte "Times" reports H fii.n ,iih n in I owealth are firine. in • %  %  in .m a0i Lai mated al son N Kiti.> H b worad 1,051, followed ii, Rbodaria vrfttJn I Dig The Ihird with 938 was a U posed of marksmen IrtMB ttiGtiid Coast, Barbadc Trinidad Jamaica. New Ztolnnd. India anil BriUsh Guiunu Canadi rani" fourth wi'h !tH %  >. w. t Indie* last with 913 M %  ".iirk .1. %  r was third with 141 sr<**o**D BKI Prepared Club snags by M. HARRISON-GRAY 'IX IE Prepared Club II a %  necessary evil thai even the best players have lo endure at times. Under cert.i ditions. it Is the only po*il>t bid: a. */ • A. 7. *; 4> i*. J. a rr i>iii>*i iviiu.a i*ii w K M this band in any BOMUM t It One Spade Is open. %  no sound rebid over a ne.x suit bid by partner at ihe I*o level. All Hum;ew Mdrred One Club i. the isfcsi calL barfe wta only 3d • I I. Grcenidfcc of Wanderers ,. ipo ra db h i"r I'uk Hapsc by taking '" r i "-, and art* only 3 %  rlckafa Ujtg the) .ire in a greol deal %  t trouble The i are — -n s i M HIIM'IT v I.I.I -.i.i i.i i• v M r i IST ISSIM,%  br l>. f-luMIrr t Chaiwltor Trinidad Girl Athletes doming H %  • lOCal SChOOli Si. tuba h. r Qu ,. them %  %  I %  In UnJ of the Humming Hird %  r.. ejl's are practising nrtball 10 UN %  he\ will he In good trim to he > iv.tors. m Vsdnaadajr, 19th July "hi will be a match between Olympia queen's CoJlege Mm Evelyn Talma !• IOI sented to opan the v int of a small fee. Saaoiid DMtion Games Bo don maichog . .,. .|T I :avy sbowets imi tart] %  %  N l.Hhill < II..I ksndlrr > Hour %  CKMT b Cartel Mayer b Clumll" H. m i' id.i-ii. %  PHOTO SHOWS pjrlner. Hffl I'.n Ourrtirr and Mr American pair MI Mam GUM* Moran imdi-* weird leap In front of her %  odd. in their mlvrd lt.iublrs maUh aaalru.1 Mbm J. I. Walker-Smith (Offaal BrlUIni at Wimbledon The n the nialrli i. ':_ ii I wMu dec-d t.n ..I tetebeti i n. •—n 7 as. %  Rodi msiii M.riti -.n ISNISU* N ii.,T...-.r, I'uMfr b 14,'tbe r. Mi.inl>nr b Brankrr C llr-t %  Olreill'ter l> 111 •(.Kir If ChMF %  Uremtdsr to Br.nBrl C I Imi-lWr not anil 3 I w.rlrt M UQrcaaai •• rksun Handrr> 1,1 lanla< Aileynr c Moore b CWlkr vr-l, %  Fu>M b Clarhr la>*t'ipd b Welb l'i,.,,il, i & b Wall*l.i b K Claikr Hiittd b Pclnhiii 41 Ma r 1 wirhel* drcld i ANALYSIS pKkolrk |M IO-IFI 1. Ed*ard> b Cirrrmdar v OMearS b Orernidap i tor i Cterka b H*"J I) ClarkS wkl b Clleen Huad b Oreenidar I .krkal. I3S. t-4\ i si • a TJ. i i>. I if IKIWI.ISd ANALYSIS THEOAMBOlfi ^ ll If,. I, II. :l ..r One Diamond, upriifr siiould oo no account rebut One Hpad*. rm u is apt lo SUKKI-II i*o biddable auits with Uie rtMin lespwndit DM] lump in I the nexi round The rrbin. therert.re. ., Ii u u I d be One No 11 ump. us a safeguard agauiM pjnner snowina pirfeieitcc fm a non-eaislenl suit. The necessity lur UUa prapared uprnm* doe* uol arise -hrn llnparlnei Has .ilie.nl* p.i"-cit One Spade can now be bid on the above hand. laiUi •• .i Hi;.n measure and an allempl to make a part-score Openi-i can. and should. pass any neulial response One Club should nevn ue uid on less than three cards. Drelviably headed by one .d UW three ion honours The call wilt be [reatad as icenuine unless dipmvfd in ihe "uliseoucnt biddina. 1'hf Club bidder must be orepared lor mi cii.rnim lead in Urn suii if hi. -utihas loiln.(i.i. alsert to |.m> J Mat. M Clarin I Grrr. < %  < ( tan AMI WIRI.I iss .1.1* *-a V.lr.1... l- UcKeMH b Wiikm M->illi*w> b lljik.i i iwtoss Mam. t> leatey (ruin, mil OWt i, .t -n-i sffcai L-.*... U tumrv i OasRM I. WI-* n,.i-.ti, cufflrv n....k. i in rum,-. IINCI ANAI.YRI1 W.I. Lead Derbyshire On First Innings W.I. 223 and (for 2 wkts) 41 Derbyshire ill CHESTERFIELD. July 17. THE WEST INDIES wenj 153 runs aha*d ( Oerby%  hin with eight ac i Inningi iviclwtg to t.iil iftcr tha HCOnd ilav's play UI tlietr match Itorc. Slxle*'n wickets tumbled daring ihi* day for 174. The touring ttain lust their retn.uniii^ [our tuilenil batstmn when pl.iv itsuineil for the addition <>f 23 runi to Saturday'i total and they were all nut tot 2--' %  Cliff Gladwin, usiiiK ttW new ball, swtinji late and proved •' to all the batsmen with the .-x. vi.ti.m of Wil'lom* ind took three wickets fm three inns His I mm--, for tinnnlncs ware 2— n—40—a lerl>.v eoUapMd in t: %  HHIIHKloaui| H wtchati for ea. Thll failure was due to u rombtnatJon ol pool Mroka play, a pitch which readily MCapt d pin .II i in.He l-ouhiii; by .., Wi t imi rs Captain, John (ioddnrrl and the left nun tpln bOW li i Valentine Heavy i iln G IU pad ten to be .ml afteiwa pitch played more easily (iladwm and Rirhlirdsnn put i, %  n i ,\,.l tinfollow on, but l>rrbyUra rvara %  nil 112 in arrears Inning! closed Goda.iiii had th baal (UpinM adth La -M The pitch again becarne lively b) UM UnaUM Waal Indus tngan their aa c ond kimek and they .., (,, .nitn u%  ..!' %  ..i m.; Drily II ill an hOUI and live minutes bafora stump* ware during which time thei Stollrneyar nw at 9 ami M at 3a W I 1ST IMNINOS lers w Dm s,, i.i... All en b) lha bit fe.i ai Prtdaj da> rnorrtl The be s t bowlu K leal 4 il in this division was dOM ,. bowler t. Dunny "f PolM yniK nKainst leeward rcsten. He took flva arKfcata [Of three runs Leeward however took tint £i tins lead over Polica* who wer ;,. A h i ..ut for .IJ in reply 1 reward's 103 on the it rut Saturday. At th.OaiTlaon Skipper lshmi lectded tO miry Ihe H. Cim.i.l ,i | InnlPgr "loie lO 163 for 9 leclared after Ihey muiie IJ3 for ..t the end ol play on the preloui Baturday. Bmpsro with 163 runs to score tut UP 135 for the loss of sir dekets when stumps were drawn. Rice knocked up 53 find B TWA' ?AN IC JUCT HhUT THf 1PIN OOWLEK HM orrh 1 WAilkVo (OQ I .-.Kin HI tl SS. P. RH' :i i n.n i E AMD UsSAil) AT roariH UiasH isa aa n (g. Btaar a <•' S) r*n* as ana %  r.i %  O. OUkss lr an BATtaM AIO FURV.KK lOt NIHTION i ... i. SS aad < raaallMll s saS II nte %  • „,i. -S-.K.i* i ..ii.,,. a |Q. lost B.C.L. Results IN then mutch aicainsl Danes the Central Division of the B.C.L. Goodwill won an outright victory h HI innings and 38 runs The scores were: G • Nhndri i^iilil.Kl b llich.til...Ii William, ma mil In Clubs. Is bill in PH. hketv lo I I live Where opcm-i has less than three Clubs, it is better to bid a shaded tour-card suit ami in UN the other four-sun. II necessary, lor his second-ri>mid rebld; C A. K. 7 as W i„ a 4# 9. H :i A ft, This hand •houl.l ianf4 %  .vith One Mr.ni If : %  . is Two Club, the rrhid U I v... M. i II i* a cardinal nniirnile M Stand.rrt Hndie that partner iut oil timeassumed lo be biddinu hit cards nalui.il!> Thll *rfV mda .re all lakei 'ournanm.' play, Bnd -Mow the difficulties encountered even bv experienced I'laver. .Mm make iinnecrssarv u— of the 1'rcn.tred Club opening WOBt-U t'M-VHIGIIT BIStrlVLU wkp* b llrankvr II It LaV" in i IIMi \N.\I > vi-. .I.I, aad Mlitles* tad %  a tss.kiu i. nk..i ir itarprt i. Barkai t Wilkin HOWl 1NC1 ANA1.YSI i fas r 71. Msynr. Jaha aaarUa 1,1 Inalasn K ,.iti, gvelyn n n r A (lillni. lb. b Wilkir I C QlllaM • Wfc|-t Matimiia. I. Wilkie I .; \i. ceante 11. it Parmsi : M W I'lura. i. n i is i Ualllwwt.1,1 out M iamrI M Mam Hayno i -V|.i Ma II Farmer s (.ippni inna.-il I ,rnl M.tnfan Hhiiai Mi bard Arthur PeaII says: ONE CARELESS STROKE LEADS TO ANOTHER O S. bad bllUarda auu a,H,lhiT. 1 cwn-t miiReO shot that end* a the incomplete scurlna effort mai lalla In eaaenllal positional pi Wea*l struck loig-fca n.i I.INU M Kan-i ...VII Do li Even lime .. .i..i tad i. % % % %  I I.elMi I 11...... b HobrtU 1) V.'iiiina I Malthaws b Kube.t. 0 H-.n.i.i %  sub i. Hi I -., II rarmet not mil II rhimitmt b Robert. I' Seale s.a. n !< %  t.. r %  %  %  b a b Rs a wau* i",i ..ni 15\ Jimmy H.itl T 'niS OFFICIAL PHOTO OF THE CITV' | RATWERS AND THE MAYOR -ABOUNDS IN )<*UET D.fSNiTy AND ALSO SAVOlR FAlRE^UT RJTA GAL IN FOCUS,SuRWOuSu£D \ BY THES3 GENTS-ThEY LOOK POS;T.VELY DIZZY, COY AND NOT A LITTLE DENSE" 1 <" II IMI i Suimiiicrs For Jamaica IBarklln Aeteaate Oet sepeaSs m i KINGSTON Plani ..'. being made by ihe Amateur Swtnimuig Council of Jamaica in preparation for the visit of Cuban swimmers to pai i.ii.ii. in awtra raa et g In Jamaica I The visiimn team win arrive In Jamaica on Wednesday. rsUgual 18. A pragnouna of two dsaunct phases has been arranged. Bci.ies the tournament between Jamaica and Cuba the island i rwniplonshlp rontaat RM lunloi %  WtssUsMgi will be promoted. lyplci Metnnli . leeble In red. V had then i handled lur iiwrinatlOS. ,nwed II OBiiimi oslllon nna tii I'. piaoc DM it l 'Nst-e RS — Z for SIM Ladies' PanUei —39c. ea < il.li.iiPaaCkM iPlaallcl 36c. ea Children a Ve-U — 30c. ea. HO) a' Cap* — ^c. ea Khaki Drill 59c. yd. White isrill 78e. yd Thousands of Hartaln* In Woollens. Shisea & Hal*. Ore*. Goods A Household Department* THANI'S Wm. Swan Henry Ste. LADIES 1 PLASTIC RAINCOATS -.11 Biles MERCERIZED PRINTED UNGERIK a 90N <,\KH\I)I\,: hi Emerald tiieeu I'iuk. Red. t.-ld. I.lmr Green and White .. si.30 per yd. SHANTUNG La Blue. i:...e. Cream, fink & Gold • 1.16 per yd. 1950 STYLES LADIES SHOES in While. Black A Brown Suede Price* %  IIIMIU: from $11.36 lo SI2.37 —Cuban Heels. Also DBISSES. St NSl'ITS. SHORTS St SLACKS Etc., Elc. >v/rtw*y/^//^////////Av,v.v.v.*rtV'V/ Some / our New ArritHtls. N EOR MKN: *J I'.l II k or Brown leather "sole shoe* \ Leathei Bedroom Slippers Patent Danrliie Shoes S EOR LADHS: I* Dress Court loe-h.* hoes Black or White jl I repesoleil Loafers iu 5.t5 55 15 56 45 S5.40 S5.R0 ^ EOR CHILDREN: V Many new l*|eew Biylaa for bo\s and uirls \ EOR BABIES. O (ii-pi.iii.il Strap Shoes in I'lnk. Blue. Red and While Si/es 3, 4. 5 I dnnDunnnq £aA (Radio A WE \KK PLEASED TO AWOINCE the initinl shipment of ihe li YOII models. The 12 volt models are follow inn. The PVE car radio is sumethini: entirely new. It is very low in price. >. hns hamlspreud tiiniiu; and all-wave performance. P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO.. LTD. — Sole Agents. SHOEMAKERS TO THE WORLD 1 BOWRANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT Iron and MeeJwOf* i ..nnol rurrode Iteiiealh a coal of ItilWK Wl I I ITIM.1 avalnsl heal or rnld. Ihe i all <>i his lllsaa.aall iprai and sea-water. BOW KAMI I i. ased h> eiuineii. aUpaaBg lines, dork au'licrtllet. iial puhlii and lndii.lri.il runt radon everywhere. voi' snoi i o i si: II. ioo ToUfh. Me\ihie. vet mm traiku nude in man> .itlrartiMshades ItOWKVMII is Slocked in : Permanent Green. Red Grey. Blaek and Super Black (Heal Kesls.'m.| in tin. of Imperial >lea>ure. ONI GALLON Will. CliWlt imiu ^y I I IIIONK 445b :: MaBfftl WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.


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Tuesday.

Sully 1
1950



Australian

Sugar

May Suffer Through
War In Korea

(From Our Own Correspondeni)

BeEtain may be half a
year.

LONDON, July 17.

million tons of sugar short next
According to reports fre:1 Prisbine, the Koresa

war will deprive the Queensland sugar industry cf 16,080

tons of ammonium sulphate fertilizer during August acd

September.
very

li alternative
soon, Federal Agricu

Australia will have no exportable surplus next year.

+

Crowds Pack
Court To Hear
Murder Trial

(Barbados Advocate Co: respondent)

PORT-OF- SPAIN, July 17.

Thousands of spectators, who
failed to gain entry in the Supreme
Court, lined up within the pre-
cincts, to caten a glimpse of
Boysie Singh, a rich East Indian
fisherman and hotel proprietor,
whose life story appeared in a
column of the tamous Times
magazine, as he was arraigned
before the July Assizes this
morning with four others charged
with the murder of Philbert alias
“Bumper.”

No case in the local history has
provoked so much public curi-
osity as this one, and the Trial
Judge is taking no chances re-
garding interference He has
ordered the jurors not to be
separated until the verdict is
reached Others accused ara
John Durant, Elton Coggins,
Augustus James and David
Bruce. At one stage, it was
strongly believed here that Singh
sought the services of the Jamai-

can lawyer Manley to defend
him. Trinidad barrister, Cecil
Worrell is prosecuting while
Rupert Archibald, K.C., is ap-



pearing on behalf of Singh.

UN Observers Killed
In Air Crash





BOMBAY, July 17
Twenty four people aboard an
Indian National Airways aircraft
~—-Premier Nehru's private secre-
tary and three United Nations,

observers among them—hurtled
to death in the river Chaki on
Kashmir's southern border to-

day. All 18 passengers—includ-
ing eight foreigners—and the
crew were killed when the plane
crashed in heavy rain.

American Lieutenant-General
Courtney Hodges, Military Ad-
viser to the United Nations Me-
diator Sir Owen Dixon, can-
celled his seat just before thd
plane took of! |

The crash was believed to
have taken place on the bank of
the river Chaki. The wreckage
of the plane was first seen by a
villager and later by a party sent
by the Indian Army authorities
No details of the circumstances
of the crash were available late
to-night.





Compromise Would
Invite Red Attacks

OBSERVERS here today Cie American Secretary
of State, Dean Acheson, to draw a sharp line between peace
and appeasement when ne to suggestions by the
Pandit

Indian Prime Minister,

Korean war.

These observers said Acheson was convinced that any
compromise on the basic issues
constitute appeasement of the aggressor and would almost

certainly bring on Commu
world,

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S. Africa Passes
Anti-Red Bill

CAPETOWN, July 17
The South African Suppres
sion of Communism Bill adopted
iby the South African Senate on
June 23, was to-day promulgated
in the Government Gazette Ex-
traordinary issued here

The Bill outlaws the Commun
ist Party and all Communist ac
tivities, and provides a maximum
penalty of 10 years imprison-
ment. It empowers the Governur
General to outlaw any other or
ganisation which professed on or
after May 5, 1950, to propagate the
principles of Communism

The South
Perty disbanded itself on June 20
—Reuter.



Borrowed Kidney

CHICAGO, July 17
Mrs. Howard Tucker, 49, wo-
man with only
ney in medical history, yesterday
walked cheerfully out of hospital
She said further tes}s must he
made in about three
termine whether the new kidney)
is functioning properly
planted kidney was
another woman shortly
died of liver ailment. Physici
had said that without the
tion, Mrs. Tucker herself
doomed to die.—(CP)

weeks to de

taken

‘been on the Bench since 1941.

; close the

African Communist |

transplanted kid-

The trans-
from
after she



ers would like to return Nehru’s
goodwill towar he American
te on Kore pathe-
tic inderstandi American

5 | Government olicy of opposition
to the admission of the C

opera-
was} Commur

supplies are not forthecming
Itural Director Bulecock says

This year Australia expects to
produce 1.000,000 tons of sugar. |
Of this amount half will be sold
Britain, under a guarantee con-
tinuing until 1952.

This years crop is not in da
ger, but sowings fer 1951 wil
commence fairly soon, and if fer-
tilizer-supplics cannot be obtained
from other sources, the crop may |
be cut by half and Australia will |
only be able to provide for inter- }
nal consumption.

The Brisbane message do®s not
make it perfectly clear how the |
Korean situation may deprive the
Queensland sugar industry of ne- |
cessary fertilizer, Australia ¢c |
not import fertilizer from Korea |

|
|
j



but I learned this atternoon tha
certain supplies come fro
sia, and the present Far
situation, may render
tion impossible



transporta-

U.S. Trample’
Democracy |







AST" CHINA> SEA

'Leopold’s
Return Is

Almost Certain.

|

BRUSSELS, July 17
Socialist Party Chair-

Belgian

man Max Buset said to-day if the

SAY REDS

fOKYO,
Russia’s memker on the
Council in Japan Col. S. Polysnen
ko today sent General MacArthur
a strongly—worded letter accusing
the Alhes cf “trampling down the
rights cf the Japanese people
This letter fullowed several that
passed between the
and the Supreme Allied

I
July 17

i

have rocvendy
Russian
Conamaad
Colonel Polyashenko said Gen-
er-l MacArthur’ activities in
Japan showed he stood “far from
Democracy and even far from the
elementary
tasks of Democracy in Japan.
He renewed his request

-eaders will refuse to tak
Allied |‘

their
all decorations, if anv, and ignore
any summons from the King if he
C

ing consultations.

King any
added,

provisionally exiled King Leopold

eiurns to the throne all Socialist
part in



uture Belgian Cabinets.

Buset added that all Socialists |

who bore honorary titles and Min- |

steis of State ‘would

titles. They

renounce
would return

alled on them for Cabinet mak-

They would receive

Ministerial

from the
posts, he





The joint National Assembly

comprehension vf{212 Deputies and 175 S§enators—
are to-morrow expected to wind

that}up their 13-day-old debate on the
General MzucArthur should ensure | proposed

repeal of the Prince

freedom of activities to all Demo-|Charles Regency.

cratic parties in Japan including
Communists. He called for
continuance of reprisals
Trade Union leaders and
Japanese Democratic public men.”
—Reuter.

PEREZ NEW TRINIDAD
ATTORNEY GENERAL

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 17.
Mr. Justice J. L. Matthieu-Perez
Trinidadian Puisne Judge, has
been appointed Attorney General



of Trinidad and Tobago as from
September
Matthieu-Perez is the fourth

Trinidadian to be named Attorney
General in the long history of the



colony This is regarded as a
most progr ve step, and the
move prepares the

many more.

The return of King Leopold to

“dis-|the throne is now practically a
against | foregone conclusion. Only eleventh
other |hour action by Socialists, Liberal
and Communist
»pposition
vote

Par liamentar y

could delay the final

Fiftieth
Anniversary
Of Radium —

PARIS, July 17
scientists from Britain,



Atomic

» colony for} United States and Switzerland lec- |
Matthieu-Perez has|tured here to-day as part of the
celebrations of the 50th anniver-



sary of the discovery of radium }
by Pierre and Marie Curie Pro- |
fessor Friedrich Adolf Paneth,
Professor of Chemistry at the











































(

SHINGTO



, July 17.

Nehru, for settling the

of the Korean crisis would

nist attacks elsewhere in the

' He saw no alternative to press-
ing the military campaign against
the Communists in Korea

Some sources said Acheson
would state that an essential con-
dition to any settlement was the
complete withdrawal of the Com-
munist invasion forces. He would
not compromise on this condition
which was not only the American,
but also the United Nations
ebiective

At the same time he would not
door to an international
effort to work out a just perma-
nent solution of the Korean prob-
lem in the United Nations once

Communist aggression had been
ended

Some of Acheson’s advisers
| have said privately that they felt

\that to trade peace in Korea for
Chinese Communist membership
of the United Nations would be
‘like giving wav to international
Hackmail.”
| Two factors make the American
reply to Pandit Nehru a matter
;of extraordinary delicacy and im-
| portance One is that Nehru’s
at wrestige as leader of the
ian Nationalists means that his
nititude towards American policy
id action in Asia can vitally
ffect their chances for success
The other factor is the need to



A





present American action in Korea
earl) 1 t in support of
the of international
ecurit under the United Nations

The American Government lead-







ists into the
tions —Reuter.

United

Univer
“Production of
rays of radium in
Lauriston

ionisation of liquid rays”, Dr, L. H
Gray of
distribution of ionisations and ex-
cited groups in
Pierre Jordan of Zurich on
effects in finely divided substances
exposed to neurons.”



of Durham spoke on |
helium by alpha |

solution”, Dr. |
Taylor of Washington |
on “some recent studies in the |

London on (‘presumed

liquids and Dr
“recoil |

Scientists from nine countries

Argentine Britain, Belgium, Can-
ada, Eire,
and the United States—also dis-
cussed
bution of ions and excited groups
produced by radiations in liquids.”

France, Italy, Sweden,

“the formation and distri-

—Reuter.









‘to 25 years’

U.S. TROOPS EVACUATE TAEJON -





more for the Navy,
jlaw to 666,872

| Presumably there
crease in the

WINDOW

The Open Tournament run by
the Barbados Amateur Lawn ; an





Tne fifth person was sentenced
hard labour and the} none of

Socialist

sixth to 15 years hard labour, The} .., y’s history et
sentences were give Satur- |} ;
jsentences were given on Satur ‘ least specific in

day

The death sentence was meted
out to Augustin Ledicky former
member of the Czech forces
described during the trial as the
ring-leader of the espionage

Probably it will ¢
e of the last tw
naming particular i
rked for nationé



ead there may |

group. wh vould give
All six defendants were found | m¢ f returr

' i l th
guilty of having carried on espion- | 40! m Gal

age on behalf of “American Ir it feels calls for
telligence organisatior | tio

Evidence was given that the de-
fendants all of whom are Slovaks,















— Truman Plans }0 0 8c
To Step Up et
Armed Forces Ries ee secastnn, now My bas [eaten

would also be; to-day by Mr, J

most carefully prepare



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PREPARE FOR DEFENSIVE
BATTLE

By ROY MACARTNEY
TOKYO, i
AMERICAN FORCES have abandoned the air
strip of Taejon, the provisional South Korean
capital, and the city itself was expected to fail
within 24 hours. Withdrawing stubbornly west and

Soviet Air
i‘oree Gets

New Chief.

MANCHESTER, Jul

fhe Manchester Guardian to | north of Taejon, Americans were reported to be
See eee uae broadcasts °f) exacting a “high price’’ from Communist invaders
brace en AES segue gpin Bhd chert | south of the Kum River.
has a new commander-in-chief The last American plane to use the airstrip

rhe newspaper
Gene Al Fedorovich
livered the traditional Air Force
Day speech after being introduced
as Commander-—in-Chiet of the
Soviet Air Force at the War Min-
istry of the Soviet Union

Lhere had previous
announcement that Zhi
iad replaced Marshal of the

said Colonel
Zhigarey de-

at present under long range Korean gunfire, was a
the

reconnaissance machine which picked up
wounded just before noon yesterday.



been no





Forve Constantin Vershinin
had been Commander-in
Chief for nearly four vea
Vershinin did not na the Aix
Force Day ceremony this year nor
did he contribute a single one of ielded le ( 1
the mar Pre articles published It | fighti th i
recentiy by prominent air force h
personalities, the Manchester
Guardia declared he news Asked whether the 2tth Di

paper added that the Command

vision could be expe
broadcast from ussla

ts positions the
that further
stopped only

ted to hold
spokesman said
yielding could be

Force is. still after “sufficient

Army

subordinate to the

through the War Ministry





; forces” have been built up

ind has no independent existence

of its own \ Communique fr Genera
ppointed Lieu- Doug tacAr I H

tenani-General of the Air Force ‘ 6.35

in 1941 but ha not
public eye as a likely

been in the Gen MacARTHUR tha e 24



uccessor to . ut ! !
highest rank







—Reuter. been Supreme Commander of tillery suppo bu
. 1OeTPON e —---- --- —-— Occupation Forces in Japan oO t d reached the
Pr c . on mN t WASHINGT( N, duly 1% since the 1945 surrender. He outh bank of the K ind bott
RES:DENT TRUMAN will tell Congress and the G M A ; was.. born if ‘Ldttle.. Rock, ag hie a haere,
nation on Wednesday what he believes is needed! to push - en rresl Arkansas, was top of his year munique cl
the Communist invaders back out of South Korea An when he graduated from West :
official said Mr. Truman w e> t ‘ le , ) A S 2 Point in 1893, saw front-line America f ( ere till
é a as pected to ask for $5,00( merican n anvice th Wied War Coin vithdrawin tae
million or more in new defence funds, and to lift ceilings cohnands, Be ease. tarcoul Front reve on the armed forees by more than 200,000 men S h ‘Rainbow” Divisicn, when he 1 consequence « hdrawal
a ; PY arge s twice wounded ne has
] The new fore would cor He was Supreme Command the th axis
prisé an extra 160,000 men for VASI ey of Allied Forces in the est of Taejon. It had
‘ ry {INGTON, July 17 : ;
SPOR ] S the Army, about the present legal Te. arrest of a fourth American Pacific in World War Il. Has alm : the longer
limit. of 837,000 and about 60,009] on an e an ambition he hope to north of the town

spionage charge concern
now held by| ing the leakage of atomic
}to Russia was



the defenders had
1 forced back on their western
they still maintained contact
South Kor ind other

when his work in
Japan is finished-——-to visit the
place where his grandfather
lived near Glasgow

secrets achieve
announced here

Edgar Hoover,
Federal Bureau of



502,000 man | Director of the









Tenntu Association begins bis | Air Poree eeiling Investigation - nsesvoliis Seetee et Rat
afternoon at 4.30 at the Belleville | ‘Pix three services are now al- Mr. Hoover named the man as y 7 Reports also indicated that the
"EHS Oxtises ate ap follows ;most 600,000 men short of their| Julius Rosenberg, owner operator Reds Get War Zone | cc ini in | at Okehun,
total authorised strength of 2,005,-} of the Pitt Engine Products Incor 1 few miles west of Taejon near
COURT NO 2 UMPIRE DR 882 porated, New York, a_ former Correspondent where hea fightin took place
MENT DOUnILEe The emergency programme }member of the American Army yesterday If that i o, Allied
Dr. C. Manning and E. P. Taylor would also seek authority for the aa, il Corps LONDON, July 17 fore in the south will be squeezed
, ' vs | Defence Department to order se Mr. Hoover said Rosenberg had Pravda, Russian Communist]!â„¢to an area roughly 100 miles
COURE NO. 3 Gacriak . lested reservists to active duts | been arrested in New York on ®| Party newspaper, today pubiish es
é Dp. WHES jinstead of asking for volunteers|°!@rse Of Conspiracy to commit] , the first Soviet eyewitne : In ti
Dr. A. 8. Cato and L. Harriso jas at present pionage account from the Korean war] 5euth Korean Divisi vill I
| "he American G-Man chief] area, according to a Tass despatet holdit 1 line 3 nna rough!
. count ere ; ator ru | Under the Conscription Act, Mr | dded that Rosenberg was) received in London Tere Fa toviin a
A. DOUGLAS Truman already has authority to| “@nother important link of the litherto Soviet newspapers have | 100 miles from tl ath cous
MEN'S SI? 2s der reservists to active duty. | 50Viet esploni apparatus,” quoted only North Korean 0 Americar ’ n ’
M P Crichlow vs. A. Willian He is expected to tell Congres The Fourth American sources for events it = mint? : : ig
ME Sancr erent seeetie Gane? he has delegated that authority | Rosenberg is the fourth man to’ (ne Korean fighting. The report 7 r Ko
Defence Secretary Louis John |! arrested by the Federal Bureau [came from a correspondent namec |‘ ea
% ater yi Inve Saar oe _ oe month oat Jae fi Gee ace is wit General) MacArthur
s charges relating to atomic secrets, |) a ' APOGTOt : ne « that the 24th American Division
Czechs Jail 5 a | at Phe an ae narte ( ro ; | ae a in town by America — inflicted nent y ona ilties »
Philacelphia ) emis ect | te enemy white performing tts
a °° MORRISON | Dean Slack, a Syracuse, New York The despatch bore the d telir ; mission of vive the United
[ ] S “6S 1es cientist, and David Green Glash| of Wonsan a town on the Eastert States Forces time to build up
e ¥ ip | r {EPARES |ct New York former American | coast of North Korea . in Korea.” :
| I a | Army Sergeant Kornilov’s despatch iid “Ko :
ONE WILL DIE | ms | Charges against all were similar |ean people are having a har MacArthur's communique said
LONDON Jul ‘ | to those now made against | tim but they do not irrende that the Cor wunist force along
PRAGUE, July 17 } Herbert Morrison, Deputy Prime! Rosenberg ind do not give in. Their courage the east coast ere till in retreat
One person was sentenced to | Minister_and Labour Party’s chief | Each is charged with “feeding” immeasurable and their cor h fter be ed | South
death and three others to hard | P licy planner, is putting finish-|top secrets on American defence | 4ence in the plabt lousne of their] « : an -. Ing, abc it 95
labour in an espionage trial before |#"8 toucne to the final raft of to the Russian In wartime thi "Fon tated: (200 . na illage ot h ¢ ' , | port, Ce ine
the State Court at Gilina in |[# election programme which th harge which carrie a pot D deateod a as r aad dawel Shela yat ‘ re rahe tir ed |
Czechoslovakia, it was learned to-|Covernment is expected to take! sible death penalty yh ote Sait Recent! ga py + canttall Prar ?
day | te e polls during the next ] td. Each i alleged to have col than 740,000 young patriots have American and Australian air
ith it ig likely to be thejlaborated with Klau Fuchs

xpressed a desire to defend thet: cralt maintiined their superior

: ut | sotentie ‘ Be os aan a a tiats 1omeland, arms in hand ity over batt lines flying in
policy in the | 7 ) thie year for Peasants bring rice and vee close suppert 9 of lefending
It may prove or 14 years earlier ane we tables to the Army Undaunted ground = troops nd unning

its proposal | iving atomic secrets to Russ at y bombing, factory worker ar troops and tank concentrations
— Reuter, toiling selflessly for defence The A number of northert nt

irop the prac- en vatchword now i everything ! er ‘
9 oe ol fore front, everything for ic Chonou ; ort f Taejon
ndustries tory’ -Reuter Reuter

‘in-| Rumours are Flying

formula |

ilization

ye a



metuie,| —About Marsare' | SABOTAGE MOVE HITS
watts oe "worth | BRITISH DOCK YARDS

peculation about the possibility






















crossed illegally into Austria, cof an early announcement of her
, , mn , Wh an early annou ON
where they allegedly underwent Ic hk engagement. Rurnour in the May . titi me sates
RAF, Planes a course of instruction at ar TIN PR ie tair London’s society centre an THE BRITISH ADMIRALTY announced here today
American “Spy School”, after- Pe 907% anh "es | that botage caused the fire whict rie
iltrati —— C focus of theatre and night clul 1 ibotag aus i which
Reach ar Zone eee ee eee DROPS 3% life for which the Princess h explosions in Portsmouth Harbour last Frida)
»choslovakie | 7.
TC , 17 mute SINGAPORE, July 17 ) ome taste is that | Navy experts in Portsmouth were I ( 1S}
TOKYO, July 17 —Reuter, 7 ; gagement ement | ; y
Three Royal Air Force Sunder- : Pin dealers here were inclind ngag a Be = aa oe a that the fire and e€ xplosion may ha
land flying boats have arrived at lk = ee s . - ¥ a an i t vat But the f th charge
Iwakuni Air Buse, Japan, from zondon ress to-day of “secret ugu - . Cnet - , / eit va tectir ;
Hong Kong, a British Mee AaL 180 RED PAPERS buying” by Russia through Bom-|social set are inclined to belies A special branch of detective coer!
weaith Occupation Force spokes- bay agents such an announcement rnc | ‘ral months now investigatimg suspected sat ‘
man confirmed today. SUSPENDED . * edie , rhe vi'l be delayed until Margare | cident 1 the Naval Dockyard at Devon;
He said the boats would be used oie ae eee ee 21 | ¥
for llaison work with the Royal TOKYO, July 17 Korean war boosted the tin price e« On J
Navy. Earlier London rer, rts had The Japanese Attorney Gen-|which is always sensitive to wat With Prince Elizabet ‘ . was found
rtated that a whole R.A.F. squad-|€ral’s office on Mmnday suspend c Biggest buyers appear to}ond baby expected thi : ¢ l K 20, ee ee ;
ron had arrived in Japan : ed more than 0 Communist | b<« Anglo-American for their |Buckingham Palace i teo | xyOU e ee s marine Tally-Ho ) (
Naval and air representatives publications. The suspensions fol- | stockpiling t 1 | the add i ite- | w unex{
declined to reveal what role the}lowed = early morning raids on The tin price dropped by near-|ment of the anno hej V y ] lk found in the boiler ‘
aircraft might play in the Korean{Red Party centres in 13 Prefec ly 3 per cent to-day hetrothal of tl nger| 108SCOW a 8 aircraft carrier Mlusts lous
ant play
war.—Reuter. ture ACP) ee: aughter (CP) | _ ivy
— —- — Secret to, dgoaaty last yon
| i n tt tec
| ripe in th
1e marine Trencl
LONDON let || Soe anes ee terercee
ust S¢ > Its wn ¢ nso § LM > | ity Opposition leader Ar sein Sai , sdf I sits
] ess hony ine yther me er — :
} E roe and . ; same time a 60-ton naval motor-
' r ed rovernme ; ‘
TOKYO, July 17’ ndertsanding cor nent today to give accorntey
General Douglas MacArthur, al Me prehend and apply ceent talk British Ambassado ] 1D ember 194 1000+
Commander-in-Chiet of | Un ted Says General MacArthur It in the content’on of some that} Sir David Kelly had in Moscow.| _, 2 December 1946, th
Nations forces in Korea repeated the military must take the re-| ‘Can we not be told what passed} to t
, ; ; coll ynd | be han
on Monday his opinion that the They could not effectively share themselves print the new sponsibility of laying down fixed ne sween Sir : Dé ee Be have wes found ms ‘ay
Press alone could determine the responsibility of deciding ts objective is not to mislead rule overning — the lim‘tation | “47OMYK« SRT BSOES damaged 1
what news shou'd be published which news to print There i nisrepresent the truth, as that upon new and pa censorship tint nembet R ear t Reuter
of the Korean War He said he probably no more misused nor enugnant to the basic concepts upon each item before it is print-| Bl ches, aid the I :bot
welcomed a cable from the Man- | understood term than Press of free society, but rather to ed is unrealistic as it is defec-| |. ea ypen to secret BEST SELLER
aging Director of the Chicago censorship” he teclared Cor 1 printifig information of di- tive | mac For n Under-Sec ADFEL.
“Sun Times” advising the Gen- trary to what many believe, 1 tary value the enems Ernest Davi 4 replied “W A smash and gra hief } ed
eral that the paper had introduc- precis¢ ile can make it effective ick many ¢ psy- In the Korean operation considered it extremely caref a brick thr
ed self-censorship nor were any tw tary cen- chologi to hi : bee to leave ynd we have decided that at dow conta
MacArthur said Army person- sors ever in reement on detail. ir the orale f sh stage it would be in the intere books, extract 1 14s. 6d
nel were not trained journal- If its purpose is to be erved while essi tha if 1and f corre f resolving the present situati ef Bt r Desmond Yo
sm, and must devote their entire censor p must be of the spi fc la i blishe ot t ake ar furthe te- | “Rommel irov fina
energies tq military operations. and applied only those wh J one h all men of vent Reuter. sports car





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4
PAG E TWO



Caub Ca

ANCE, Governor
will attend the

of e Trinidad





NIR HUBERT R
of Tri ac
opening







Water Polo which begins
1 afternoor t 5,15 o’clock at
Trinidad Yacht Club at Bay-

re will t ay exhibition

match between “Tiger-Sharks” and
‘Devil-Fish.” Tiger-Sharks was
the Yacht Club team

tormerly

“Devil-Fish” was the Country




Comparing these names with our
teams they seem yather a fero-
cious liection against our “Fly
F Snapper” and “Bonita.”
what’s in a name!



ing
But
Staying at Silver Sands
ISS JOCELYN MACLEAN and
her niece, Heather MacLean,
arrived frcm Trinidad on Satur-
day morning to spend two weeks*
roliday in Barbados
They are staying with Mr. and
Mrs. C_ L, Johnson and family who
are themselves on holiday here,
staying at Silver Sands Mr.
Johnson who is with T.L.L. in
Trinidad, is a Barbadian, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson of
“Sezeston” Hastings

With T.L.L.

oe on Saturday morn-
L ing by B.W.LA. from Trini-
iad to spend a month's holiday in
Barbados were Mr. and Mrs. W.
Beck. They are staying with Mrs
Beck’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I.
Farmer of “Gibbons,” Christ
Church

Mr. ick is with T.L.L. at Guay-
aguayare in Trinidad

Engaged

HE ENGAGEMENT was an-
nounced last night between

Mr. Gerald Tryhane son of Mrs

Iris Tryhane and the late Mr
Lisle Tryhane of “Bagatelle” St
Thomas, to Miss Norma Gill
daughter of Mr. und Mrs. H. E
Gill of Mohtreal, Canada

The engagement was also an-
nounced on Saturday night be-

tween Miss Katy Lenagan, daugh-
ter of Maj. and Mrs. Denis Lena-~
gan of “Golfin,” Golf Club Road,

to Mr. John Grace, eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grace, of
“Homeleigh,” Garrison.

Celebrated Nineteenth
Birthday

ISS MAURLEN EGAN, daugh-

ter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
O'Dowd Egan of “Hendon” Mar-
ine Gardens, celebrated her nine-
teenth birthday with a dinner
party at her home on Saturday
night, and later, the party went
en to Club Morgan

Intransit

R. GEORGE RODDAM,

M.Inst., E.E., who is with the
C.D,C. in Jamaica arrived from
Trinidad on Sunday by B.W.1.A.
He is expected to leave for
Dominica this morning by B.G.
Airways.

Mr. Roddam it will be remem-
bered made a report on the ground
water resources of Barbados a few
years ago, when he was with
C.D. and W.

Brother and Sister
R. ANTHONY COMACHO and
his sister Mrs. Pauline Abra-

ham who are staying with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Marshall in
Aquatic Garaens, expect to be

here for about two weeks They
arrived from Trinidad on Sunday
afternoon by B.W.LA,.

3 Years in Venezuela

WAR. AND MRS. R. CELETTE
4 arrived from Venezuela via
Trinidad yesterday morning by
Tr WALA They plan to be here
for abcut two we md are

guests at the Paradise Peach Club

Mr. Celette is with Creole Petro
leum in Venezuela. Originally
irom New York, he has been living
in Venezuela for about three years
Their young son Mark accom-
panied them.



BY THE

l THINK I won, in a dis-
cussion on beautiful names
of places, with Madrigal De Las

Atlas Torres in Castille. Queen
Isabella was born there, and i
is surely the kind of name that

would draw a boy in a fairy-tale

away from his home, to searen
for those high towers of Mad-
rigal. There must be poems or

songs about a place with such a
name.

«My Old Mater Will

Love You”
HE fake-nobleman trick, of
which I wrote the other day
is evidently in ful: swing. Here
is a girl who believed that a

man was a nobleman “because
he showed her the monogram on
his watch.” O rare. simplicity!
O rose with the morning dew
still shining on your face! O bird

of dawn! I will warrant he un-
buttoned his waistcoat and re-
vealed a pair of Old Etonian
braces, and asked her to dine
with him at the Cavalry Club
And if he had not handy in his
well-lined wallet a snapshot of



_omemncre rs mama mammoth Sr a hn

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER |



_ TIRNING B.G. over the
= eek-end in the Anaconda
lining Company’s private plane
ere Mr, Hans Knoeller, Mr, and
Ir J. B. KRmaebal and their two
Jeffrey and Steven and
Terrence Mc Nulty M)
Knoeller and Mr. Knaebel are
staff members of Anaconda
ar they spent two weeks at the
Pa i Beach Club.
For Thrée Weeks
AS irom ‘iYimmaad on
Sun by B.W.LA. was Mr
| viaipy Ilr ingham who is with
i .L. in Pointe a Pierre He is
here to spend three weeks’ holi-
< day, staying with his mother at
SS 1 lKosebank, Hasting
er j Nine To Nine
“Lady Littlehampton send ! COCKTAIL DANCE at Scotis
her love and please do - Hill, the home of Mr. and
shink the Russians will mov Mrs. E, E amney, in Antigua,
a ? turned out to be a great success.
before Goodwood The proceeds are tor the purpose
of com ing the extensive re-
“Family Gathering!”’ pairs and Mung to St Joseph's
RRIVING yesterday mornin atholic Chureh in St. John’s. A
eons Trinid ' ls BWIA raffle arranged by Miss Lilian
oe aq by © W414 Shoul whereby the winner was
was Mr. R. W. Lucie-Sinith, Super- the one who guessed the exact

intendent of Police in Trinida
Mr. Lucie-Smith has recently re- a4





hox



Returned By Company’s

Private Plane










time at which a clocked sealed in

stopped would receive

a

BARBADOS





SHE WANTS TO BE



vrned from England where |e prize of $100. The lucky winner

has been studying Law. His wife was Mr. G. G. Semple, Engineer

and two children who have been of the Antigua Sugar Factory

staying in Barbados while he who guessed the time to be nine Fi

in England, were at Seawell minutes to nine. OMA REILLY 22 old

meet him. He expects to be } M LY, ~year

for one week. N on OM sa R‘ South African actress, has
Also in Barbados for a few da O Jo es . , e arrived im London, expects to

John Hill held a formal appear soon in a motor racing

visiting her father Mr. Scott

Mrs. M. Lucie-Smith, whose hu
band Mr. Arthur Lucie-Smith

an Engineer with Caribbean Petr«
leum in Venezuela

Husband Joins Her

On Saturday
RS. JACK DYMENT and s
David arrived in warhados
on Saturday by T.C.A., to sp.nd a



month's holiday at The Camp, S$ ing for Puerto Rico returned on
Lawrence, Her husband will tre Sunday. Mr. Iverson is the Mana
arriving here ‘on Saturday with * of the Marine Hotel
their other two children. M: Short Visit
i ae Nal dai 3S ates R. W. A. CRAWFORD, M.C.P
returned yesterday morning
From Montreal by B.W.1.A. after one week’s visi

ISS MARGARET McINNES
arrived on Saturday te
spend a holiday with Mr. and Mrs
Lionel Williams at “Canbar,” St
Joseph,

From Montreal, she is Secretary
to Mr. Frank J. Selke who is the
Managing Director of the Cana-
dian Hockey Club, which is in
the National Hockey League

U.S.N. Wave
WAVE arrived in Barbados:
over the week-end. Not th¢
kind which roils in on the beaches
around the island, but Miss Gladys
M. Sperrle, Lt. Commander, Wave
in the U.S. Navy. Stationed in

















dance celebrating the fourth ann
versary of the Golden Grove Inn
And, speaking of Golden Grove
Golden
Philip seem to be just about ready
for

are

M'

Grove swamps in St
the 1950 shooting

most of the others

Manager Returns
AND MRS. Jean Iverson

to Trinidad



CROSSWORD





season, as

vho left on Saturday morn-



film with Jack Warner.

She is small, green-cyed, with
dark brown hair, a giel with
ambitions. ‘| want to be a

tiome for Summer Holidays

HREE ANTIGUAN | students
who are attending the Uni-
versity College of the West Indies

have returned to Antigua for the
Summer vacation, Donald Chris-
tian, eldest son of Mr, and Mrs.

S. T. Christian, has just completed
his second year in medicine, Cecily



+ Thomas her first year in Natural
~ Science and Bobby Margetson,
second son of Dr. and Mrs. Mar-

getson, who originally entered for
medicine has decided to take a
degree in Arts instead as he i
going in for the ministry

Ruby Lake of Antigua who ha
done two years of Medicine will
be spending her holidays in New
York.



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Analysis; 7.15 a.m, dane Eyre;
am. Think on These Things; 5
a.m Generally Speaking; 8.90 ar
From The Bditoriais; 8.10 a.m. Pre
gramme Parade; 815 a.m PRC
Scottish Orchestra; 900 am Close
Down 12.00 noon The News; 12. 1¢
p.m. News Analysis; 12.15 p.m, Mu
From Gren Hotel: 1.00 p.m, On The
Job; 1.15 p.m. Radio Newsreel; 1.50
p.m. Memories of Musical Comedy
p.m. The News; 2.10 p.m. Home N
From Britain: 2.15 p.m. Sports Revi
2.20 pm Radio Ti.catre 3.42 ¢
fnterlude; 3.45 p.m, Accordeon Inter
lude; 4.00 p.m. The News; 4.10 pt
The Daiiy Service; 4.15 pr BB
Northern Orchestra; 500 pm I
woman moter racer,” she tells me. Pratt; 5.15 p.m, Programme P
Miss Reifly, daughter of an ex- 5.30 p.m. Welsh Magazine; 6.00
Indian army officer, became an ae Byre; ‘ 15 p P Twenty Questi
6 p.m atier From Londo
acteess in we of her parents. p.m. The News; 7.10 p.m. New
They pproved violently, alysis; 7.45—7.30 p.m. Cricket f
she says. “ But trey had to give on Wl. vs Derbyshire; 7.30—7
in. * Pianoforte Music Illustrated Disc

m.
London Express Service



} The E als; § 1 c _
Been 6 Months in W.I. | Tunes: 9.30 p.m. Meet the Commas
M's LEATITIA BARBOUR) Wee"), oaudee 10.10 pan Ot
who lives in Boston, Massa Sweeter Side; 10.45 p.m. Report From
eit ha been spending a] Britain 11.00 pin BPE Scottish
holid between Barbadog anc Orchestra
Tiinidad since December 1949. She} ————-___-___.~.._-__ in a
jeft here on Sunday afternoon oe
for Martinique by B.W.1A., to d i
spend a week’s holiday there. Sie a e ric I
will then return here, and will ‘
shortly be leaving for the U.S r
She wes a guest at the Ocean View |
Hotel.

To Join Husband

N RS. MAY STEPHENS, wife of
Dr. Conrad Stephens
F.R.C.S., has been spending a few
days in. Antigua and flew to
last Friday to join her

Jamaica
husband who is taking a medical
here.









One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used













Washington, she arrived on Satur- for the three L’s, X for the two O's, ete, Bingle letters, apos-
day by T.C.A. to spend two weeks trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints.
in Bi bados, staying at Sam Each day the code letters are different.
Lord’s, Accompanying her was 1. Such reasons are convincing. (Y) : . °
Miss Caroline Knapp who is a 8 Reasonable—without the first A Cryptogram Quotation
former Wave. ’ 10. Bhis we th es ts ’
J the Famil 12: Help Wanted. (8) 0.” NTPSQYUDY KM MKHZICEX, REI!
oins e Family 13. Neat alteration, (4) pe . rH v '
14. Public voter changed, i (DT PAY RY PT Qa f
R. GLENN TUCKER, was an- 19: This “7° Across Pouce «%NXTUTY MM; & Cane
other arrival from Trinidad 17, Seeis ‘Abross, ¢4) HINYA PO EYQQ—SICMPT
on Sunday afternoon by B,W.LA ey Giosely. eta. ‘* ‘ . ‘ *
He has come over to join his 21; The French prepositien ryptoquote: WO ?
. wives a > By v 1
parents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Tucker oe gol, (5) FANNED BY FOLLY PUGv%
and his sister Lynette, who are 95° Daesien a)" verse. (9) Distributed
holidaying in Barbados. He will 26. Close like a miser. ¢@)
Wee BT. Reject. (4) ;
be vas ty with them ot ‘West . a se | OOOO POA O OSV D VSO PD PDAS DDD PY DPV P PAD A,
nea %
St. James ‘Y gmare 7 ap tee x
* “saps * ’ reuty .
With Phillips Oil Co. 2. Such @ 17 Across is experimentai. * G L @O B E x
‘ W Pa 3. A mere nobody. (4) | \s %
He to spend two weeks’ 6, Gatorade bs be attract Te x
holiday in Barbados are 6 The flat dwellers steep on one, (6) | TODAY AND TOMORROW, 5.00 & 8.30 PM x
: , : : 7. A dilferent statement will. (9) ‘“ " ee %
Mr. and Mrs, James Ward who 9. He's certainly io the minera! | % 99 Xx
arvive | from Venezuela via Trini- ,, Fe neaAl, NOt 3 * oM %
dad by B.W,LA, over the week- 16, Glothed out ve Aats. (6) * ; dd - ~
en! 20. ‘here are four such sona, (3) “ *
é av ¢ . a 22. The knave beats it. (3) ‘, iliipenaae ¥.
ir. Ward, who is with the = ae ‘ ‘ ‘4
Phillips Oil Co, in Venezuela, vtagtinater wide aa aerers: a é ONE DAY ONLY Ni
hails from Portland, Oregon, ani 3, Gaintule w ucblans Lie Bradionce: | Xe Wednesday, July 19th at 5.00 and 8.36 p.m ¥
12, Act ; ‘ 3 . A a orin ae : ‘
has been living in Venezuela for QirgAUPn: bbs Tress. (14) Dose. 15 hs EASTER PARADE »
three years, © Bi, Rays ge. Desirg Bownr FT Grea % Fred ASTAIRE Judy GARLAND y
Their two sons Hugh and Alan 5. “Littofal. 6 Us Wee eo te . aoe ,
accompanied them, and they are Bisope!' 10 “pandases. 16 Sle V7" tad | ¥ OPENING FRIDAY, JULY 2187 5
staying at the Ocean View Hotel.
W A \ —By Beachcomber
“Cur little place in the country” card-table. The pack slid off
(Carnarvon Castle), bo was not In a flash he was down on the The story
the man I taks hin fe Any- floor, but the cards had scattered, of Maria
how, he wi net ih nan she and he only had time to throw :
vou's nim for. his own pack among them before . and those
; . . Rainette was on the floor to hel who knew
A Battle Of Wiis him. He did not like her lazy Pete Some her best!
MART-ALLIC and Rainette smile, That is, he did not like ‘
Portevoix faced each other it as a card-player i As a man LAWFORD ° LEIGH
across the green baize. “Are we he found it delightfu t
using your pack?” She asked Twenty Years Of Uproar
innocently. “Just as you please,” HE intelligent singer in opera '
he replied carelessly ae. must appear to be listening ae
said she. “May I have a cigar- 44 what is being sung by other ae
ette?”’ The headmaster turned aint » > A. |
people on the stage
away to pick up a box from hi (Music critic.) é e@ 9 4 fe {
desk. In that moment Rainette Especially in Wagner F
substituted her own pack of cards Warrior in armour (roaring) ; }
jor his, Smart-Allick saw the Geschaupt! . '
quick movement in a= mirror Maiden in huge wig (absent- LOUIS CALHERN }
(fixed over his desk for that «indedly): What? FRANCIS L. SULLIVAN
purpose). In lighting her cigar The warrior cannot repeat his .

ette, he knocked q scoring-pad to
the floor, hoping she would bend

shout
orchestra

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to pick it up, and give him a setting the entire scene. He can-

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pick up the scoring-pad. Each can do is to stand awkwardly i aaa ee ae
watched the other closely. As he leaning on his spear until she

moved the cigarettes to a side- wakes up and gives him back as

table he contrived to tilt the good she got.

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with Margie Few and Willian
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His Mazurka Orchestra









Housewives’ Guide

Prices for Celery and
Turnips in the local market
when the “Advocate”
checked yesterday were:—

Celery: 40c. per head.

Turnips: 18c. per Ib



Tough For
Skaters

LONDON,
living in the
district

tough

Life for children

f Essex County is pretty
hese days.

Relier-skating the

on

ord nas been barred under

new “anti-nuisance” bye-law just
passed by the municipal council
skating is

child caught
iable to be fined $14 —LN.S.

B.B.C, PROGRAMME

TURSDAY JULY 18, 1950
7.00 am. The News, 7.10 a.m



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Radio Newsreel; 8.1 >
Michaelofl ar

8.55 o.m. Fro

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by gunmes

FoR traders founded Kansus
City. Then tough, two-gun
men rode in with wagon-loads o!
silver from Mexico and made the
city rich. They ran gambling
dens and laid odds in gold. Ther«
were hold-ups, lynchings. and
murder. But Kansas City

rospered, and today celebrates
ies cen na ue this stain

owing skyscrapers and an
ola paddle steamer on the
Missouri River.

It is one of the finest stamps
from the U.S. this year. Perfora-
tion 11 by 10}; face-value 3 cents
(about 2)d.); price, unused, 6d.—
J.A. A,

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B.G. Sugar Production
Exeeeds 1949 Figures

Advocate Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, July 14.
BRITISH GUIANA is 19,848 tons ahead in sugar

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

en a —_—

Slavs Clash in Pyorrhea and

“War of Words” Trench Mouth
A WAR OF WORDS being sale a un an sateltit Stopped in 24 Hours
of













against Yugoslavia reached a new level this « end with 3 Re
production compared with 1949, an attack ch the Tito Government by a memb the E < hak A
Up to the week ending July 1, 1950, production reached Hungarian Cabinet. Speaking to the peace rally, Cez .
92,821 tons. For the same period in 1949 the total was Losonczi, Secretary for People’s Culture, accused the “‘l
73,973 tons. .

Gang” of being the mouthpiece of Imperial
diaries. Tito, he added, is a threat to Hungar
to the peace et the world as a whole

—_.



Trinidad’s crop so far is esti-
at 12,627 tons short of 1949

°° .
Wa ISsianad production and this has been at-
Pp tributed to the unevenly-distri-
buted rainfall in the island for

ys the year.
Readers The 1950 crop is at



- Ror nae
Losonezi’s attack the Bleeding gums, sore mouth, or loose teeth

R | Cl ® Hungarian move in t view Bal-| mean that you are a victim gf Pyorrhea or
, 1 4 t < Trench Mouth, or some bad disease that

ec luna kan war of word cn f will events you to lose all your
a high pitch of 1 t teeth and ha nar false teeth before

last week your time. § eat World War
Army To Grab i025. » | Wee in

spread through-
alleged that Yugo that four out of every five people are suf-

ow sclentists say
- + ferers sooner or later, Be warned In time

a ing supplied wi ‘ } and stop these diseases before It is too late,

. 4 sla from former Wehi tor | because they often cau net only the loss

placed
508 tons and is said to be the
‘ond largest since 1942. Of this
r's production 23,000 tons have
marked off for local con-
ion and the balance will be
K and Canadian






(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)



GEunGEIOWN
British Guiana plans t rt
craft sch Ar
































the hintex f Western Germany of teeth, but also chronic rheumatism and
: Sé t ve +, t , rreur « » - Albania followir he t
Soe, witch | ds. teen Total estimate for the B.W.I NEW YORK, July 15 npeeia, Sane New Discovery
ne MBESrInG! 842.367 . . t ugoslavis otesting t j
part of t ial 2.307 tons compared with The American-China Policy ‘ acai e | Saves Teeth aria
DE he t lal s¢ ao , = itil ae . A pared allegec rsisten A the discovery of an nerican
Colony’s 10-vear 192,899 ton r last year. Up to Association said today it had tions aid the Albaniai ach | aciect dehib duaae trcubles ta mew One
Plan " Other sect June 13, Jamaica showed an in- received a copy of a purported i vu Pinyin ‘ quick way. It p foot
aa % . “a Yr 37 ) tons sanivtellh ss detente f Eo $ i slay \ a . ut zuma from bleeding
pall for a Live crease nf $7,000 tons. secret agreement be tween Russia suppre { he ‘T \ I na eee first day ly takes the more
nery and fe n s and Communist China which tration noas Out of your rt und soon tightens
The general idea of cl would turn the Chinese army into F We be eon ths consltn Se ameeay ware
school is. to tea childs LYew Attorney international Communist force to However an opti view ret; 4 guiterea from franc oth hea
oy iar ba rt Od conquer southeast Asia and help in ce vent n tt ba Sal Pyorrnea for ten re. My guy
aes ada dette Gene l F RETIRING British Vice-Consul in New York, Hon, Walter F. James, (centre) receiving from Rev. Dr. the “liberation” of the whole con- is ae mouar niet Baks Pecan’ a | aS aatoanl “Gini “teain ware
thi os ; som ; n senera or Winslow A. Beckles, Founder and Director of the West Indies Community Centre and Information tinent Mar ath ia st ef O : fai loower ait the time. f teled many things and
Ss S : aie 5 ‘ ‘ « ae VAC . « « ery
leathe ‘ : 7 . Bureau (right a scroll in appreciation of his invalnable services to members of the West Indian, Ameri- The Association, which said it mander of Greece's fore He | jn" house afior using aa ater
ew ry i : : ‘a Windwards can and African communities during his thirty-three years tenure of offig’. From left to right are Ameri- Was unable to check the docu- told an Athens newspaper that} bad ste ding. The sorenes
pee! Woesmvork | ane <4. ean born Prof. Wm. Howard, Associate Director of the Medhane-Alem Imperial School, Ethiopia; Mde nents authentic a + & ye. . : we x S| mouth 1 in three days and in
Later domestic subje will be . , ft srial command sang before Em ment’s authenticity, was founded in Communist milit two weeks I found that my loose teeth were
introduced for the girls Sarbados Advocate Correspondent) Mayme Richardson, who recently visited Ethiopia and by Imperia sang e peror 1946 to support the continuation of in the Balkans are mers he Saks thadtas cna tiies t Skil @nitiee haie~
anther; he girl : Mr. C. F. Henville, Crown At- Selassie; Mrs. James, wife of the Vice-Consul; Mr. James; Miss Iris Collins, former Congresswoman of an “open door” policy in China. It a war of nerves Gan Pres est of food G .
f ti najor educational pro- torne, $t c s-Nevis as 2eY C, ; ss Caterina Jarboro, opera star; and Dr. Beckles. bape : 7 ‘ = . ' ’ uaraniec
posal, for the hinterland is the y y Ss Kitts-Nevis, has been Jamaica, B-WL; Miss Gaterin » OP released what it described as a









appointed Attorney General of ——
the Windward Islanis. He expects

ertain that
ns from

Amosan works 80 fast
anteed to stop your



establishment of Senior School









































> struc -enera) and members include Mr. N. W. il) work J L >
from Paramaribo via Nickerie to ees. 25 ei Mg i oe Manley, K.C., M.H.R., the Hon- “‘Cat-cracker’,” he said, “is a a Ss SSUC 3
Georgetown arriving here on Roy a Artillery a ourable R. L. M. Kirkwood, M.L.C, jickname for fluid catalytic OF HERTFORD, MAKERS OF THE FIRST TOOTHBRUSH IN 1780

‘ eA . stitute wil t cracking plant It ; a Wi t
SEAWELL will run a fortnightly cargo and Arig Pi ty a Sera J.A.8 mouthful I sounds arran s

appis Longe’

translation of the agreement, pone sce, . ae
for the children of ranchers and , oP A 7 T P s > smuggled out of China omplete satisfaction or
Government employees, who have '2, leave for Grenada in early B.G. Technical ow oa an wie Kesbhlevicn atahed tlk one POLLITT IN PRAGUE turn of empty. package.
at present to be boarde ‘ ; September Mr. Henville is a . Dose | x S ta8 ' ing rt oe
Z ser be boarded and edu- Kittohian, wie wor educated st I til t treaty was dated February 12, 1956 ring wers from rheumatism
cated in Georgetown ares Cneaenens as educated a D> - i scow. The Sovie se PRAGUE, Jul 7 nd heart t t Amosan from your %
Reporting to Government on his the Antigua (Grammar School, NSlitutle M More Pet l B0-year treat - eS Dubie Mr. Harry Pollitt Gecretary of] & t today under (hts jr clad mara g
a to Government after a tour tee _ eerie ee “om GEORGETOWN eans r¢ ) from Moscow, was dated the British Communist Party py BROSAM ini as the sruasan hy.
0 he hinterland areas, the De- *'UGl . a FG Mac! or x $61,500 has . s Pebrug ad Prague by r to-night > Trench | sth
puty Director of Eira tion. Mr, turning to the Leeward Islands he eer fol eetectne Ace, By Bernard Harris —— 14 o A Pi Byitain = Rauien, For Pyorshea—Trench Mouth e
A. A. Bannister, mentions there took over the offices of Sir ernment’s new Technical Insti- LONDON. The dattaneak a semuael by - i
are approximately 800 children of Clement Malone who at that ume tute and more than 80 per cent PETROL that will give more power, more mileage, the Assoc ey at ee S$ oy
school age in the area with 750 became a judge. After a year in LP atiis Gairaient te Slreice ls his eT ft eee age, the Association, bound the Chinese uP YOUR SMILE re
actually enrolled. He commended private practice Mr. Henville Gojony we me , better acceleration, easier starting, and cleaner engines is to increase their army by 4,000,000, BRUSH.. “e sae see ens *
the Churches for their pioneer was appointed Registrar of St Major C. E. Darlington, Princi- on the way for British motorists. to reduce the country 8 population ‘
work and for the provision of Kitts and then became Crown pal of the Institute, just back from ~ ~ It will come from Europe’s big- penouse te gaisting jes ee ‘
schools and school buildings. He Attorney of that island, He re- the U.K. said that the Institute " gest oil refinery now _ steadily ay G eaters i Wibak ah :
also reported that the Jesuit Mi cently acted Attorney General in will be the best equipped in the go OOO 000 taking shape on a 1,000-acre site P aa fee 1 as Racal n China to 4
sionary Rev Fr. B. McKenna } Antigua Mr Henville is a Caribbean and could develop into 5 s at Fawley, alongside Southamp- eve ei a ea ges i é ,
tran ted the reading sheet cousin of Mr. Charlesworth Ross, the Technical Institute of the ° ton Water. The State Department said it had %
some of the Caribbfan Readers Acting Administrator of Antigua. Caribbean 6 > In the next 18 months 100,000 a \ Dh f
to the language of the W ' are inea : 10 comment to make on the re-
imo the sanguage of the apl- Mrs. Henville was born in It is expected that the erection wi tons of complicated bits and pieces te Th Seleasing the document
_ Grenada of the new building will be com- will be fitted together by the POTS: in F ne é teh a ‘
——-- pleted by the end of the year, and Teer t ee ON GRTION, Termen ),000 workmen, Already they are oe io canta n | “
the Institute will be opened in ‘ * rm , oe eee starting to assemble the heart of SUMDS. e am : 7 ai
as . ‘ t . A committee of farmers in , on * check its authenticity have proved
e January. Chief problem at the es 4 CS acca, . the plant, “Cat-cracker” is what ane aia nist fore:
LEEWARDS SCHOL. Ss moment is the question of staff, J@maica has sent to Government, thay alive Sauna Wawa ; fruitless. Because of the Korean §
Ip or in full voecatten nave! fii ‘time through the Jamaica Agricultural _ ollmen down at Fawley call evisis we are releasing it to the ;
(Barbados Advocate Correagondent) nS 7 Oper a , aa Society, proposals for the estab- ie Press with the feeling that the
f IGUA, July 17 G s instructors will be required but anak 2,000,000 > A Nickname
The 1 I Isla 3ch ulanas so far the services of only one has lishment of a £2,000, yee IM : course of events will shortly con: ,
The 1949 Leeward Island Schol- been secured. He is Mr. W. E. apple industry in the island. Round the lunch taple in the frm or discredit its authenticity.”
ars las bee awarded t . ey 4 loc -year- P VE "
a - c Ds ‘ + Kad bids achat For ihbdadae Alves ‘ aent) MacMahon who was an instructor ieee ian ea sh atelon tlaee He et, a a ar ae: Norval —Reuter
a 8 B 5 ' - " es (Barbados vocate RGETOWN at Hendon Police College for the alrman an yee : » a dire or 0 nglo-Amer-
Pee Fagonia ean. /s) RUCCREs On SM r be at , Metropolitan Police in Motor Car the Honoura le Rudolph Burke, can Oil Co., who are building |
scholarship has been won by The M.V. “Perica” (Capt. N. driving. Prior to his Police work M-L.C., President of the J.A.S., the plant, told me how the “Cat’
Montserrat Zaal) made her maiden voyage |

Thursday morning. The “Perica” and the Vice-Presidents of the









pater tradesmen in but it. isn’t all that
passenger service between the two are Tate shop _ practice; i ae > Shean complicated ‘ W A L Pp A M U R Q U A L | T Y P A | N T S$ =
yuianas 3 . , aaa 1€ possibilitres of ‘inea 2S OMe or ed
VALS BY B.W.LA.L w "The * 117-ton “Perica’” was woodworking machine shop prac- on the Briti h market wane cineen Maybe you remember from A Ss
ARRIVALS . Fit? a BCE 5. tice; gas and electric arch weld- : Rares - at 4 Your chemistr ssons at sc Hite
FROM TRINIDAD launched in Holland in March, oe ’ - se work; foundry work, Prominence by Mr. Manley at a ty ooo ts | Maggs aon ee school
Mrs. Inez Nelson, Mr. A. Dowell. 959 for the Surinam Navigation 8; Bi Seated bing Comference of farmers in the St. : eyes 18 & substance TOKYO, July 15
Wynter Crawford, Robert Celette Yoh te 4 ee A q fitting and tool fitting; plumbing 4 a ad : ale aa hich speeds up a chemical re- ', a) , :
Celette, Mark Celette, Ronald Lucie- Company She has a crew of 13 and pipe fitting; motor mainten Andrew hills early in May, and tian Avitiput tual t t fhe Tekyo District Court today
elette, Mark Celett ne : a a Abs fA dite att J Bs é * . »stio ‘ se action Ww ) actually ering ,
Smith, Duncan MeYntire, Phil Me and can accommodate 80 persons ‘nce and driving; painting and de- the question was subsequently y entering jccued warrants for the arrest of

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Taitharies Mr FE. Seepersad, Mr. B. cabin accommodation fo- four first

discussed at a meeting of the St, 4nto it :
Andrew Branches Associated of “You've got a good example in
the J.A.S., and a decision taken your stomach, It's called an

corating and motor spray paint-
ing; saw doctoring; building

nine former members of the
Central Communist Party, who












Wale Mrs. F. Abraham, Mr. G, Tucker, class passengers. trades both and concrete; Giibike to form 4 Pineapple Committee cnzyme, It speeds up the diges- yee huesed ‘pasa public on a

Mr. Ly Scott, Mrs. R. Steede, Mr. G Fitted with radio telephone and ©! instrument making and repair; of the Society tion, but is not itself consumed 5" y Girective of Genera

Bolden, Miss M. Laurence, ee Bh J wireless on her bridge, the Perica electro-plating, and other trades The committee, in its proposals in the process MacArthur.

aeeing, Me vekcuer Tea Ge is capable of a speed of 13 knots to Government, holds that in order “In the same way we have in Those against whom warrants

Thame, Clarence Gwendolyn to the industry established the ‘Cat-cracker’ a substance eee former ¢ aa

Walton Eustace Matbs ee ee . nh before other soft curreney coun- which speeds e anges â„¢ St secretary-General Ayuick j

Trimingham, Mrs. Joan Be Mr. Wm Jamaican I obaeco fries have cornered the British ‘ohich = - eve ot nang ie and party strateg Sanzo Nozeaka .



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ee vet Scott, Mr. Roger Elliott, Mr. Family Meals market, it will be necessary to converted into pet: The Attorney General's office

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SINIVd ALITVND YNWVdIY














































4. Goddard, Mr. J. Dare, Mr. Ahmed ra ort ged ’ pe rs before “With the old ¢ king pro- — ee frente aes
Mahmood, B. Ford, Inghar aur cINGSe ainz he middie of 1951 t is propose ess l e ' .¢. that purgec ‘ommunists had he
Ward, Alien Ward. James Ward, Hugt Al School KINGSTON, Jamaic Me eae e A ah Sbanas aii arise a » relying on id pres ; . a :
Ward, M Agnes Kong, Grantley H Mr. James F. Gore, chairman of ; nou e im- sure only, we ) r cect ecret political meeting to “recon
ard, is gne: ong : we . + ’ . r f on wa ite , ” . at x
Agams (Barbados Adyoeate Correspondent) the Jamaica Tobacco Company J a 1 from Hawaii, Puerto Rico petrol from cr ! ow wan Struct” their party, suosequent te
FROM MARQUETIA = GEORGETOWN Limited, now visiting Europe, ha oe the t OGG States,» the ‘Cat’ we get nearer 50 ‘he purge and banning of their 7
Margot Roja oF rae see Fee One of the features of the new een advised by the British au- ,, vernme Bt a : now studyin per cent. And it will be of ‘iigh- Propaganda organ Okahata (Red :
won Paul Donnelly, Queen’s College at Georgetown, thorities in Germany, that ail the committee's proposals er quality.” Flag) ar
Stephen John Donnelly, | ee British Guiana when it opens next import restrictions on Jamaica. Development work on the “Cat” Nine Communist leaders failed op ii
ee ds > nel seat ids, Vado Rey- Soo will be a mid day meal of ‘tobacco have been lifted sinc: ( has cost Anglo-American’s parent ‘© answer the Attorney General i,
eynolds, amela R vole ca Rey “ . a6 rg ox Cee 1 Sal 1 I : Been
nolds, Jack Raynolds, Hilda Duarte, tWO ee for a sum not exceed- November, 1949, and large quan- ewe e ps company, the huge Stand +! Oil ‘ummons on July 3 to appear for ’
Christina Duarte, Audres — DeLim a, a cone aa ps iphip ae aati tities of both cigar and cigarett Company of New Jersey ome questioning. A nation-wide search ,
Rosarie Silva ‘a ; 1a orms part of the new bulld=- togbaccos are required in Germa’ 2 millions of dollars was muintained for the men, but Walpamur Agents ¢ :
MaMa. PEE rae = 7 a te from Jamaica, according to report n 1 ua ae Sai od neither the Attorney General’s a
i eee eee The object of providing meals yeaching the island. Not Telling office nor the police were able td
we FROM HAITI says the Principal, Capt. H. Nobbs Mr. Gore has sent a recommen-~ The substance in the it” ovate ther : fou .
Mrs. Maximillen Cat M.Sc., is that the boys will “re- dation to the Unemployment (Barbados Advocate Cyrrespsndent) “Jooks like sand, though it he; all "Chief Cabinet Secretary Kast
FROM JA A s gard themselves as members of a (‘ommittee of the House of Rep- mG the properties of a fluid. What is ; 4 ; oe :
Mr. Percy Vaugha Mr Samuel jarge family and to behave them- resentatives urging that it should ANTIGUA it made from? Okazki today told the Japanese
Gibbons, Miss Gwendc Hackett, Mr elves as sich.” San tas uight' wad Gaasontat : During the recent visit of the “I’m jot telling.” said Mr Press that warrants would enable
James Ram Miss Abrore Walters + ia cited F Sa ormulate plans and associations American Consyl - General in . & ang, sat wT. the police to search private houses
DEPARTURES BY B.W.1.A It is pointed out that boys who to promote the cultivation of 7 : “a tua thesActing Myers But there will be 400 ovus 4 »
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Derothy Motley, Miss Hermena ‘Teix- posi enter the United State used up @ NAIL SCISSORS
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Teray Florant, Mi arence Stuart, Mr : , eral discussed with the American facture jt at Warringt {Tansee e e@ FILES
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Bery! Taylor, Miss Miriam Co “Mr KINGSTON, Jamaica Sun Sets; 6.20 p.m. Nyren, the problem of such per- 4 WMD te bee Taviay Wis Dee 1 urveys SHAVING BRUSHES
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joughby, Mr bert Can ean oF the Legislative Council for ed High Water: 554 am. 7.05 a qualified member of his staff Mees “aan ae Mings Vie old Persia today rejected Soviet} )) are i
Wilson, Miss Theresa N debate on the Federation Report p.m. will spend a short time in Antigua “basic ration. : complaints alleging American oil] ?}) \
Felix Montes de Oca of the Rance Committee. In Gov- YESTERDAY twice a year for the purpose of No Complaints surveys on the Soviet-Persian {{{ ; . : \
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BARBADOS 1

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Oil Regulations

THE LICENCE made between the Gulf
Corporation and the Barbados Govern-
ment together with Regulations made
under the Petroleum Act 1950, have been
laid on the table of both Houses of the
Legislature. The Licence is not subject to
the approval of the Legislature but the
Regulations may be disapproved if the
disapproval takes place within forty days.

It is therefore with the Regulations
mainly that members of the Legislature
will be concerned. In studying the Regula-
tions certain difficulties will be encountered
due to the fact that many of them are
highly technical. In the Petroleum Drilling
and Production Regulations, Regulation
17 (9) provides, “Whenever directed so to
do by the Governor-in-Executive Commit-
tee the Operator shall take or cause to be
taken an electrolog. The operator shall see
that the electrical resistivity, weight and
viscosity of the mud are recorded on the
electrolog. A copy of all electrologs, whether
or not taken at the direction of the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee, shall be
supplied to the Governor-in-Executive
Committee.”

It is clear from the Regulation cited
above that only those with technical know-
ledge will be fit to discuss the import of
such a Regulation. It will however be the
duty of the members of the Legislature to
discuss the overall results and implications
of the Regulations.

The people of Barbados are determined
that oil development here shall be carried
out in an orderly manner and welcome any
signs which indicate that the Government
are aware of the need for some supervision.
Assuming that the Regulations merely
embody normal good procedure in oil drill-
ing, the matter which will occupy the minds
of all will be the cost of maintaining the
supervision envisaged in these Regulations.

The Regulations do not seek a general
control but provide for the minutest details
to be subjected to governmental scrutiny.
Regulation 17 (4) for instance states,
“When cores are taken from the core barrel
they shall be released into core boxes of a
kind and size to be specified by the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee and accu-
rately tabulated as to the number of the
core, top, bottom and per cent recovery of
the core, and shall be protected from theft
or misplacement by being housed in a
suitable building and under lock and key,
and a fair sample of such cores shall be
forwarded to the Governor-in-Executive
by the operator whenever required by the
Governor-in-Executive Committee at the
expense of the operator.”

Regulation 2 (2) clearly envisages the
setting up of a Petroleum Department and
this would be necessary in view of the leg-
islation and the essential requirements of
governmental supervision, The question
which cannot fail to exercise the minds of
members of the Legislature will be the cost
of running such a Department in view of
the detailed provisions contained in the
Regulations. Oil technologists draw big
salaries and this island must beware that
the funds realised from oil are not all dissi-
pated in the payment of salaries to persons
whose task it would be to supervise the
working of these Regulations.

It may be that the Government consider
that a small staff would be adequate to
exercise the powers and conduct the en-
quiries mentioned in the Regulations. It is
a matter however, on which a statement
from the Government would be advisable.



In Barracks. On the Prairie, On the Trains, They all Listen

|
|

WHY is that an American or
Canadian docker earns twice as
much real money as an English

docker? Why igs it that a miner
or a railway worker or any other
worker in North America earns
twice as much as his counterpart
over here?

These questions deserve to be
asked by British trade unionists.

For the answer is_ perfectly
simple. It is just this:
For 50 years American and

Canadian trade unions have been
fighting the boss on behalf of their
workers. ‘

Silly Game

But during the same = period
British trade unions have been
playing politics—and pretty silly
politics at that. Keir Hardie was
@ great man; but when he united
the trade union movement with
a political party, he did the British
worker an ill-service.

What is a trade union for?
Does it exist to get better. pay
and conditions for the workers;
or does it exist to get nationalisa-
tion and “a planned economy’’?

The workers in nationalised in-
dustries have now discovered that
a planned economy is planned
nonsense. Only the most ardent
Fabians still defend it.

Why, Mr. Herbert Morrison has
gone so far ag to tell a Highland
audience that the new Socialism’s
primary objective is to encourage
private enterprise! The Scottish
air must have done something to
Herbert’s Highland blood.

So long,as the Socialist Party
was a minority party, it was free
to agitate for any cause which
happened to be going, the sole
criterion being “Is it popular?”

Now that it is saddled with the
responsibility of government, a
totally different Is the object of the trade unions
still to be agitation for anv cause
which the workers think right, or
popular; or is it merely to main-
tain the Social Party in office?

Can anvbody imagine that the
TUC in the last two years would
have advocated a wage-freeze if
the Tory Party had been in power?
To explain now. after two vears.
that the wage-freeze is really not
o wase-free7s, le simply to burke
the issue. The fact ic that for
two years the trade union leaders
have been advocating a stand-stil!
an wages

Why Join?

Is there any trade unionist in
this country who joined his union

MICHAEL A



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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BECAU
politics

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in. order to be told not to ask for
an increase in pay? I can get my
employer to tell me that any day
—and he doesn’t charge me 2s. a
week for the privilege, either,

Of course, the wage freeze, or
whatever you choose to eall it,
has been extremely helpful to the
Socialist Government over the last
two difficult financial years. It
would have been equally helpful
to any other Government.

The important point is, how-
ever, that had it not been for the
financial irresponsibility of this
Government, the wage-freeze
would never have been necessary.
Tt has come about through the
fact that the economic theories of
the intellectual Socialists have
proved unworkable.

Apoplexy

A year or so ago Mr. Walter
Reuther, the head of the United
Automobile Workers of America,
stated that he thought the profits
of General Motors Corporation
were not big enough! The Daily
Worker had apoplexy, The Daily

Herald discreetly did not com-
ment,

Now Mr. Reuther’s union has
produced a pamphlet on which

there is printed the slogan, “No
profits, no wages, no jobs.” Sound
and simple truth, but bitter to a
Socialist

Would anyone’ suggest that
Walter Reuther is merely a stooge
of the capitalists? Has he sold
out to Wall Street?

On the contrary, Mr. Reuther
merely knows the simple truth,
that if the employers don’t make
big profits, he can’t get money out
of them for big wages.

He also knows, what every busi-
ness man knows, that high profits
and high wages have always gone





in his pay packet, says

TED LEATHER

@ Ex-Paratrooper Leather was bern in Hamilton,

the war; came to England after Dunkirk; used his

anowmre FE ACCUSE THE UNIONS

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SE union leaders play et
, the British worker loses |

sative MP for North Somerset.

as at Canadian Military College before
become an insurance broker in the City.
« a a

together. You cannot have one
without the other. He knows, too,
that what is one man’s profit is
another man’s pay-packet. When
an industry makes a heavy loss,
there is no room to increase wages.

Need anyone tell that to the
National Union of Railwaymen
today?

Look at these figures. Since
1938 the wage earners of this
country have improved their real
wage standard by 27 per cent,
entirely at the expense of other
sectiong of the community, who/!
are getting heartily sick of the
process,

In free enterprise America, the
workers have improved their stan-
dard 46 per cent, and everyone
else has gone up, too. Why?

Because American trade union
leaders knew that productivity and
efficiency are in the workers’ in-
terest.

Hetter Lives

Because American trade union
leaders knew that a competitive
free enterprise system is the only
way to stimulate productivity and
efficiency—and hence to better
workers’ conditions.

Because American trade union
leaders know, what we are finding
out from bitter experience, that
there is no place for a trade union
in a nationalised economy.

That is why American and
Canadian trade union leaders are
not Socialists; and that is why
American and Canadian workers

| ter fell wounded on the deck of H.M. sloop

| On regaining consciousness he learned he



eat better than British workers
do.

WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—LE.S.

RLEN

the best-selling novelist of the ‘Twenties and ‘Thirties is back in
England after eight years. To-day he writes his impressions of

MAYFAIR. 1950

WE WERE standing outside the
hotel where I am staying. The tall
trees in the Park looked alert and
cheerful, the chevychase of red
buses made a fine show on Park
Lane, and the young policeman
on point duty—who looked some-
how smaller than policemen were
when I was young—tried to stifle
a yawn.

“Like being back in London
again?” my young companion
asked.

“Enormously, I’ve just hady a
nice glass of warm beer-——very
tasty.”

But my heart was
gibe.

Warm beer and tepid coffee,
rolled umbrellas and well-worn
gloves, agreeable chaps it. bowlers
and tranquil ladies witn excitable
hearts, Harry Preston taking
Arnold Bennett and me to the
Carpentier-Beckett fight, tidy
week-ends and untidy week-ends,
formidable matrons with feathers
in their hats quoting Coventry
Patmore, pretty ladies immacu-
lately dressed in faultless bad
taste as decreed by Channel in
the year of Our Lord 1922, pretty
girls looking bored with boredom
and insisting on paying for their
own drinks, endless and reward-
ing conversations about matters
of no importance whatsoever .. .
all these, and countless others,
were a small part of an England
never to be forgotten, to be cher-
ished always.

Indignant

“Do people,” I asked Mary, “still
enjoy talking nonsense?”

not in the

“Only seriously ~+- Aneurin
Bevan nonsense.”
“Dear me,” I said, “No trifling?”
Mary was firm. “Don't you
know there’s a very angry pur-
chase-tax on trifles?”

More than eight years ago,
when I had left England, Mary
had been a glorious young Waaf
of 20 and as shining- bright as the
silver coins we can no _ longer
afford. But all men in their fifties
tend to resent, I fancy, the fact
that young people simply will not
stay young.

“You are indignant, aren't you,’
I said.

She smiled,
right.

she laughed out-

“Michael, we really enjoy? it—
being indignant. We'd feel quite
lost without our indignation-—I’m
positive. But it’s really only about
little things—like having no money
to waste and things like that. Golly,
what I'd give to be able to waste
something again!

“But we're still the same about
biggish things—like being rather
shamefaced at having to admit that
there’s really only one country in
the world, in spite of everything,
to live in.”

“IT hope the day will never come,”
I said “when English people Tories
and Socialisis alike, stop being as
conceited about their modesty as
the Americans are about their
industrial progress.”

“Look,” said Mary, “there’s one
of the little things we enjoy feeling
indignant about.”

New Bosses

A large man had come out of
the hotel, a florid and fruity bloke
with all the earmarks of a dis-
tressed area dressed up to wel-
come a Royal visit. He strode
across to a large and delicious
limousine.

“One of
Mary said.

our new _ bosses,”

“What, yours?”

“England’s. But, of course, we
don't admit it—we call them a
New type of Business Man of
New Blood. A spot of New Blood
just like him bought our house
for offices when father couldn’t
keep it up any longer—and dad-
dy has developed quite a squint
trying not to look at that shiny
new office-building as he walks
through Berkeley Square.

Thirty years ago, in the shadow
of Lansdowne House brooding
over its impending dissolution to
make way for amore modish and
productive palace, how many
cosy evenings I had spent in that
grey, inconvenient, happy home
of Mary’s parents.

We weren’t such young fools,
mind you, as not to be aware of
a changing world, But we did
not realise that changes which
seem to have happened gradual-
ly in the history-books are catas-
trophically quick when they hap-
pen to us.

So my friend’s home was now
a busy hive of business for pro-
gressive and efficient planners.
Well, my friends weren’t efficient

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the Government six years ago, that Dr. Gutt-
mann has achieved international fame,
bringing him invitations to teach his methods
in France, Belgium, Holland, Israel, and
South America.

His success with paralysed people, rejected
by other doctors as hopeless, springs from
that typically German side of his character
which demands meticulous attention to
detail.

He treats the critically sick men and
women now sent to him from hospitals
throughout Britain in five stages:—

1. With blood transfusions and_ special
feeding he gets them back into good physical
shape. He heals pressure wounds by having
his patients turned over every hour day and
night for months. He gives them his own
bubbling enthusiasm for life.

Then, by means of an alcohol injection
treatment which he devised, he stops the un-
controllable muscle spasms. This enables
the patients to sit up in wheel-chairs. With-
out it the spasms would throw them to the
ground.

2. He strengthens their muscles by exer-
cise on a tandem bicycle, hung upside down
above the bed. With the feet strapped to one
set of pedals a patient can operate the
machine by turning the other pedals with
his hands.

Then Guttmann shows them how to
develop new muscles for balancing by exer-

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Hy Frederic Oo scripts. She records 285 pro- duce, not only failed to fulfil their $

NEW YORK years old and lives in some | age cpa week—a different one} MILITARY experts are sur- The building materials industry fixed production quotas, but even x

: ' style in Hollywood. or each area, : prised that the Communist attack was charged with bad manage- reduced their production as com- &

The psychologists and the psy- ~~ ¥ She operates from one of thy Jon South Korea has been launched ment and “failure to develop local pared with 1948 by 20-30 per ,

chiatrists, and Dr, Kinsey, too, She does not care to tell tuo country’s most luxurious studios | at the beginning of the rainy sea- industry.” The fisheries and mo- cent,” " rea as %

may make what they can-of it, Much about herself, “I am a —in Hollywood, of course—with @}son, which makes campaigning tor and tractor industry were This report is a sharp contra- R

But the fact remains that for Symbol.” she says, “not a person, microphone of super-—sensitivity Jalways difficult and sometimes condemned for “excessive wast- diction of previous Kremlin re- ¢

millions of Americans radio lis- 1 exist in their imagination, pitched to gather up and amplify | impossible. Political | Observers age”; the meat and dairy industry ports on the “recovery” of the x k : WEETABIX

teners—all men—The “Lonesome that’s all. They think of me as every little whispered nuance in] watching events in Russia are-not for “poor quality and lack of Ukraine. For Coc tails SHREDDE CEREAL
Gal is the biggest thing on the their girl, lonely like they are, the voice that is magic for mil- | so surprised variety.” . QUAKER oar

air,

Every weekday night, where-
ever they may be, men in hordes
switch on to listen to a girl with
a husky contralto voice, which
she somehow seems to be direct-
ng i to them and them
alone, whigpering enticingly gush,
sentiments’ te anid

_ “Hello,” says the voice. “This
is your lonesome gal! How are
you to-night? Tough day? Feet
ache? Well, just remember this
—your lonesome gal loves you,
more than anything else in the
world. You won't forget, will
you?”

: In Army barracks and lonely
prairie farms, in college dormi-
tories by the hundred, in the
smoking cars on the transcon-
tinental trains, this is the pro-
Bramme of the day for men and
boys of all ages and sizes,

~ In The Lonesome Gal _ they
apparently find an _ indefinable
something that is missing from
real life.

Who is she? And how did it
all begin?

She is tall and dark and more
than a little good-looking. Her
name is Jean King. She isp 22

wanting affection as they do, lions.
That’s all there is to it.”
wecret. She is

She is not entirely accurate in ly.
that. From her point of view
there is a lot more to it—includ-
ing a fast ascent from obscurity
to a big reputation in radio with
an assured income of about

£40,000 a year,

the proddicer of

Born in Texas, she became a
singer. She played an occasional
bit in a minor Hollywood film.
Three years ago, in Dayton, Ohio,
she found out what loneliness
could be. She did not know a
soul in town. An_ opportunity
came to earn a few dollars filling
in on a radio programme, intro-
oucing records,

“I had nothing much to say,”
she says, “So I just talked about
how lonely I was. I found out
that there are a lot of lonely
people in this world besides me.’

Six months ago she stopped
being lonely only in Ohio, She
was taken up nationally, broad-
cast on a regular basis over 57
major stations right across the
land Lonely men in every
orner of America can have

* Have you
can't lift
rubbish und

FOOTNOTE.—She has one big

She is happily
has been for some

William Rousseau,



For when a domestic crisis The chemical, electrical, fores-

not really lone-Jarises it is always the fashion of try, building, timber, paper, com-

married — {the Politbureau to divert. atten- munications and coal industries
years — to]tion abroad. Avere also censured.

her programme,| This may well explain the tim- Reference was made at the

ing of the attack on South Korea, meetings to the “poor organisa-

—LES. The cold war campaigns against, tion” of internal trade and “short-

Persia and Finland. and the hot ages of consumer goods.” “Seri-
war campaign against Greece, OUS failures” in the construction
were similar diversions. So was-0f several new power stations
the Berlin blockade, were mentioned,

All of them coincided with
economic or political crises behind:
the Iron Curtain

Other reports indicate that there
are serious difficulties in the
Ukraine, regarded by the Polit-

The present crisis is economic bureau as a key republic.
rather than political—though the A deputy chairman of the So-
six-week-long disappearance of viet Supreme Council, M. S.
Mr. Vishinsky from the Soviet Grechukha, reporting on June 14,
scene needs an explanation. said: “Special attention must be

" paid to improving the work of

His deputy has been acting for enterprises in the food, cotton,

um in international affairs He meat and dairy produce industries
was not present with Molotov, jn which great losses are occur-
Malenkov, Beria, Ponomarenko, ring as a result of lack of proper
Bulganin and other Soviet leaders planning and insufficient super
at the Soviet Supreme Council yision
meetings on June 16, 17 and 19
What evidence is there of an There followed mention of trad-
economic crisis in Russia? Quite ing losses totalling 83 million rou-
tny that maids 1 considerable amount bles
vp and put t was discussed with surprising Grechukha - said Last year
erneath ?” frankness at the Supreme ( i various

‘ouncil several enterprises under



It is evident that the greatest
difficulties are in the vital industry
of agriculture. The Supreme
Council reports used the term
“major failures,” particularly in
electrification plans in Georgia,
and “inefficiency of sales organi-
sation,”

An editorial in Pravda of May
17 gave details of what is evident-
ly a serious breakdown in the col-
lective farm organisation in the
Kirghiz, Kazakh and Uzbek re-
publics, in the Kaluga and Orel
provinces, and in the Krasnodar
region,

_ These are some of the difficul-
ties that the Soviet Government
admit exist. In a country where
the economy is under continual
strain they add up to a serious
situation.

It will be solved, and another
mass trial and purge will probably
follow But a sensational success
for Communism is the need of the
moment

That may well be the reason
yr the Korea invasion

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TUESDAY, JULY 18,

1950



Community
Singing At
Belleplaine

—TONIGHT

HE £7. ANDKEWS



Playing

Fiei., oellepiame, tonight |
Should echo w the sound of hun-
dreds © .cos when residents
will be e opportunity to

join in ¢
uecom,
Band

A special concert by the Police
Band nas been arranged by Cap-
tain 4 ©. Raison

They will use, their own electric
lighting system for the first time
in that parish.

The programme is as follows:—

?

singing to the
f the Police

q@)

Military March With the Home
Guard — Somers.

(2) Overture Waltzes from Vienna—
Clutsam.

(3) Film Music — The Road to Rio
Teusen.

(4) Classic Song Ave Maria iby re-
quest) Schubert.

(5) Medley 50 Years of Song-—Kenneth
(6) Calypso Time Calabash; Run, Run,
Run; Smai! {sland; Black Market

Murrell.

(7). Community Singing Songs that
will never Die — Traditional.

(8) Dancing Time—The Wedding Samba;
My Foolish Heart; I Can Dream,
Can't 1? Music, Music, Music

(9) Finale — The Toy Soldiers on Parade
Synopsis:—March from the Toy Shop;






Slow and Counter Marching; General's
Inspection — A Casualty the Ranks;
The Drill Parade; The Massacre of the
Toy Soldiers

Characters:—The General Bandsman
S. Rollock; The Sgt. Major Bandsman
Blenman; The Nurse Cadet Hutson,

HE DECISION of His Worship

Mr. B. Griffith—who put
Samuel Holder of Goodland on a
perconal kond for six months in
tne sum of £5 ior Stealing a pig
irom Lenora Clement’s yard
valued $8 and the property of
Sydney Cave—was varieu yester-

cay by their Honours Mr. J, W. B.
Cnenery and Mr. H. A. Vaughan,
Assistant Judges of the Court otf
Appeal

Hoider was lined 40/- by Their
Honours. Tne tine is to be paid
in seven days or in default one

month’s imprisonment,

Lenora Ciement said on June
6 she was at her house in Good-
land when Holder knocked at her
gate and told her he wanted to
get into the yard. She opened the
gate and Holder took up the pig
trom her yard belonging to Sydney
Cave. She tried to take the pig
cway from him but another man
by the name of Harding helped
him with the pig.

Asked by Holder if he (Murphy)
believed that he (Holder) had any
intention of stealing the pig
Murphy said yes. Murphy said
that Holder had no intention of
delivering the pig to Cave.

After all the evidence was heard

Their Honours told Holder that it
was abundantly clear in their
minds thst he went to Clement's!

house intending to take this pig.

However they would not deal
severely with him. They were
uot going to put him on a bond

but would impose a fine
HE MOBILE CINEMA will be
giving a show at the Colleton
Area, St. John tonight. Other
shows this week will be given at

Redman’s and _ Hall’s — Villages,
Bennett’s Plantation Yard, St.
Thomas on Wednesday; Thurs-

day, Edgecombe Area; St. Philip;
and on Friday, Morgan Lewis
Plantation Yard, St. Andrew,
EITH RAYSIDE of Black Rock
reported to the police yester-
day that the building which
houses his rock-erushing machine
at Lodge Hill, St. Michael was
broken and entered and a quan-
tity of articles which is valued at
$9.88 stolen
NOTHER LOSS was reported
by Owen Goodman of Har-
mony Cot, St. George. He left his
wallet containing $57 in his motor
car while he was at Graves End
Beach on Sunday.
A GENERAL TALK for women
will be given at the Girls’
Industrial Union tonight by Dr
Eyre Kinch to all members of
No. 6 Club and their friends.
The talk will begin at 7.45.
A& LANTERN LECTURE, en-
titled Missionary Pioneering
Midst Kashmir’s Mountains, will
he given at Roebuck St. Moravian
Church, hy Mrs. E. E. New at 7.30
this evening
FJANTHE GRAHAM of Vine
Street, St. Michael, was injured
when she fell from a bicycle after
Laing collision alone

Fistor Prnd Pard, St Thomss, |



LasiAleaA tn 6

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



~ Robbery Charge

| WILBERT STOUTE and Gwendolyn Bowen were
acquitted yesterday at the Caurt of Grand Sessions,
Stoute was charged of robbery with violence, and Bowen

of aiding and abetting him in committing the offence. The

‘Two Acquitted On| 7

case was heard before His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor, Acting

Chief Justice. Mr. W. W.

Reece, K.C., Solicitor General,

prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, while Mr. J. S. B.

Sugar Crop
May Reach
New High

“All the grinding is over and
the crop proved to be very success-
ful,” Mr. C. C, Skeete, Director of

Dear represented the accused.
- Sp * Stcute

and Bowen were
charged with having committed
‘the offence against Sydney God-
{dard of Fairchild Street and
| proprietor of the Zanzibar Club.

The case for the prosecutian
was that on December 25 last
year, about 1 am. Sydney God-
dard was cycling along Tudor
| Street towards Broad Street when
Stoute attacked him, beat him
and took $8 from his pockets, The
case against Bowen was that she
incited Stoute to beat Goddard

Agriculture, told the Advocate yes-' und when his spectacles fell off,

terday.
figures have not yet come in from
all the factories but the final esti-
mate is around 158,000 tons, which

is a new record production for the |

island.
tons,

He pointed out that the weather
so far this year has developed the
present crop to a point where it is
likely that there will be a much
larger tonnage next year but the
actual realisation of that large
crop naturally depends on whether
the conditions during the remain-
ing part of this year and the early
part of the reaping season next
year are good.

He said, “if conditions continue
to be favourable there are pro-
pects of producing a crop of
180,000 tons next year.

Welfare Fund
Gets Busy

Some of the applicants have
already been given loans from the

Last year’s was 152,731



Labour Welfare Fund but their
cases were the most needy.
In an interview with the “Ad-

vocate” yesterday, Mr. D. A. M.
Haynes, Manager of the Peasants’
Loan Bank who is distributing
the loans said that he started
advancing loans last week to the
most urgent cases all over the
island,

Over 1,000 applicants have been

considered and there are still a
further 1,000 to be dealt with.
The department gave out over

¢,000 forms but about 4,000 forms
are still to be returned

Mr. Haynes said that in some
cases the houses of the applicants
are in a very bad condition and

the applicant really needs the loan.
Most of the applicatioms came
from St. Andrew, St. Joseph, St
John, St. George and St. Thomas.



‘“Byfjord” Brings
1,000 Bags Flour

A shipment of 1,000 bags of win-
ter wheat flour was discharged
here between Sunday and yester-
day by the S.S. Byfjord from New
York.

Also among the cargo were 29
bags of mail and packages of
matches.

The S.S. Atlantian which call-
ed from London on Saturday, was

still in port yesterday. This ves-
sel has brought to the island
10,399 paper-bags of Portland

cement along with a shipment of

Morris and Prefect, Citroen and
Vauxhall motor cars.



OIL EDGES
OUT COAL

Schooners arriving in the colony
with firewood and charcoal dur-
ing the past few weeks were not
getting a ready sale for their



riav evening.

en tennvend: aiie onhnther. hie catemes. ;
evele ridden hv Stan'e Graham.| For some days after their ar-
He was paleo slightly injured. | rivals, bags of charcoal and heaps

Municipality For
St. John’s

|
Correspondent) 1

ANTIGUA |

Antigua’s Government has ap-}
peinted a conymittee to investigate |
the possibility of establishing an!
independent municipality for the
city of St. John's This subject
was considered here twenty years
ago and it was found that as the
island was unable to balance her
budget the undertaking was im-
possible at that time. Again it was
discussed in 1944—45 and as it
was felt that the city could not
face further increased taxation
during those years and the subject

(Frem Our Own

was dropped
This year there has been a 2!
per cent increase on housing tax

and still the city will be unable
to carry through the plan with-
out a substantial grant from Gov-
ernment. The newly formed com-

mittee consisting of the Crown
Attorney, Mr. Cecil Kelsick as
Chairman, the City Clerk, Mr

W. L. McGuire, the Treasury Ac-
countant Miss |Gwen Edwards
the Acting Water Fngineer, Mr. G

St.cC. |Batson and five elected
members of the Council Messrs
Vv. C. Bird, M. D. L. Benjamin,
E. H. Lake, H. Pratt. E. Williams,
also Mr. E. Scott-Johnston will
explore the possibilities of rais-
ine more revenue with the hope

that








the municipality can be es-{ Mrs. Nina Maddock, wife of
tablished ji 1 with Govern-} WASHINGTON, July 17 the vicar of All| Saints Church,
ment’s ssistance although the} The Secretaries of the ~Ameri-| Boreham Wood, Hertfordshire,
citv. continues to be financially! can Army, Navy and Air Force | believes that housewives are
weak. announced to-day that they! learning to become saints be-)
{have had under consideration the| cause al! the virtues for saint-|
{stepping up of military aid 1) | hood are practised in their
[ 9 Western Europe. | daily job
W hat son Today The Rirclomare came at i| ;
\)Press conference called by the | Writing in All Saints parish
Court of Grend Sessions: }| three secretaries to announce the | magaz Mrs Maddock said: |
10.00 a.m. |formation of their own joint or ‘ S oyalty courage, |
Meeting of the House of | ganisation to be known ‘The nselfishne love and_ holiness
Assembly; 12 noon. | Joint Secretaries"’. are qualitie that make
Meeting of the Legislative This body will help to coordin ai
Council: 2 om ate policy recommendations f{« ; Hi
Police Band Concert at St the three services for p € are learned
Andrew’s Paving Field: tion to Defence Secretar} ( ie one
~ 4e } Johnsor tenc € cnilgrer push the
oo ‘ —Reuter ipram and darr cks.” I.N.S

oe

of firewood could be seen on the

{wharf awaiting a buyer.

Some schooner captains think
that this flop in the trade is partly
due to the increasing use of oil
stoves by the housewife for cook-

Two Picked
From 100

Over 100 people jammed the
waiting room of the Harbour and
Shipping Department until about
midday yesterday.

Each was hoping that he would
have the luck to fill one of the
two vacancies for seamen on the
Harrison liner Atlantian.

After the two men were selected,
the noisy crowd still kept press-
ing on the counter.

The “Atlantian”, which carried a
West Indian crew of 40, arrived
on Saturday from London with
cargo. The W.I. crew signed off
yesterday and 38 of them were
picked again. The two vacancies
were in the engine room,



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Form Joint Board










| others

He said that the actual] picked them up and ram away

with them.

Resemblance

The defence established that
Goddard did not know Stoute be-
fore the alleged offence and

pointed that when Goddard was
called by the Police to identify

| Stoute among eight others, he had
| at first said that the man who had

beaten and robbed him was not
among the number and afterwards
pointed to Stoute and said that
he resembled the man who had
beaten him more than any of the

Gwendolyn Bowen told the
court that she went to the Glave
Theatre on Christmas eve night
and afterwards went home. She
had mot seen Stoute that night.

Sydney Goddard said that -he
was riding his bicycle slowly
along Tudor Street towards Broad
Street on December 25, 1949, about
Ash Many people were
in the street and he swung to the
right to avoid them, Gwendolyn
30wen and Wilbert Stoute came
towards him. Bowen pointed him
out to Stoute who pulled him
off the bicycle and started to beat
him

Eyesight and $8.00

Bowen took his spectacles which
had fallen on the ground, Stoute
took $8 out of his pockets and
they then ran away. Cecil Herbert,
a chap whom he used to employ
and who chanced to be nearby at
the time, assisted him home. He
went to Dr, Renwick on December
27 for medical attention,

He said that five months pre-
vious to the occurrence some
American seamen came to the
club to buy drinks. Bowen Was
there and when she left some
change which he had placed ‘on
the counter for the seamen was
rnissing.

Goddard admitted to Mr. Dea
that he had had two previots
convictions for beating people, one
of them a short stocky chap, The
police had held an identification
parade since December 25 and
Stoute was among the men. At
first he said that he did not re-
cognise the man who had beaten
him among them, but afterwards
he said that Stoute resembled him
most

Sgt. Bourne said that on Jan-
uary 5 he held an identification
parade. There were eight men

beside Stoute, Goddard first said
that the man who had beaten him
was not among them and then
went closer to them and said that
the only man who resembled the
man was Stout.

The Attack

Cecil Herbert said that last
December 25 about | a.m, he was
in a rum shop in Tudor Street
when he heard a noise. He saw
Stoute beating Goddard, Bowen
pick up spectacles off of the road
and then the two of them ran

Bowen said that on December
24 she went to mid-night theatre.
She left just before the picture
was finished, and went home. She
knew Stoute but she did not see
him that night. She knew God-
dard but had never spoken to
him. She denied that she ever
went into the Zanzibar Club, but

said that once Goddard had
threatened her when he had seen
her with a certain man, telling
her that if he did not get that

man, he would get her.
Addressing the jury, Mr. Dear
pointed out that if one had in-
tended beating another, a crowd-
ed place like Baxters Road in
which were so many rum shavs

was not a likely place for that
person to do so.
Only Stood By
He said that all the evidence

against Bowen was that she had
stood by and incited Stoute to
beat Goddard. There was not the
' slightest evidence which suggested
that her attitude was “See what
he has on him and take it.”

Jt was fantastic to think, he
said, that a man like Goddard
who had had two previous con-
victions fcr beating people, would
}just remain inert while being
} beaten. He reminded them that
‘at the identification parade God-
dard had said that no man among
ihe number was the mar vjo had
beaten him, afterwards
that Stoute resembled the man and
nad then said in court that he
knew Stoute was the man. He
suggested that such evidence
proved Goddard was a liay





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LONDON,













Movement |

|

Is Important |
—Chenery

THE Trade Union Movement is
of great importance to all sections
of the community—capitalists,
middle ciass people and workers
alike, Mr. Justice J. W. B
Chenery told members of the
Clerks’ Union as he lectured to
‘hem on Trade Unionism at the
Y.M.C.A. last night. |

Mr. Chenery started off his talk
by recounting some of the high-
tights of the History of Trade
Unionism in England. He recalled
how the pioneers of the move-
ment had been subjected to the
misrepresentation and abuse that
always attended the path of the
Pioneer. He said ihat with the
passage of time those evils had
been overcome until by the time
of the Industrial Revolution it
had become ciear thet the old
order had given way to something
by which the welfare and interest
of the worker were more clearly
safeguarded.

Here Mr. Chenery referred to
Mrs. Beatrice Webb who he said
had in her work “The History of
Trade Unionism” told the story
of the movement with great
charm. Where Trade Union ac-
tivities were concerned, he said, |
much of the misunderstanding in
tha public mind was due to the
fact that they only heard about!
strikes and lockouts and things of
that nature which made newspaper |
headlines. But strikes were an in- |
finitesimal part of the work of a’
Union, With the complexity of
modern civilisation it would
searcely be possible to keep the
industrial machine running
smoothly without the establish-
ment of a_ strong trade vnion
movement.

Turning to the West Indies. Mr.
Chenery said the movement. in
that area was of recent srewth,
and due to the fact that the aga
Was mainly an agricultural one,
the growth of trade unionism was
slower than it would be in a
heavily industrialised community.



Here the lecturer quoted from
the Report of the Royal Commis-
sion of 1939 and from the Reports
of Sir Frank Stockdale, Comp-
troller of Colonial Development
and Welfare in the West Indies.

He deplored the war between
the two rival unions in Jamaica
and said that that feature must
have invested the Jamaican pub-
lic’s mind with a distrust of
Trade Unionism,

This rivalry in Jamaica was
also deplored by
Hart in a newspaper
which Mr. Chenery quoted. Re-
ferring to the development of
the movement on the continent
of Europe, Mr. Chenery read
passages from the great ency-
clical of Pope Leo 13th—Rernm
Novarum—which he called the
charter of the right of the work-
ing man to form associations,

Mr. Chenery also told how the
movement in England had decided
to seek parliamentary representa-
tion in 1900. In that connection
he cited such important happen-
ings as the Liberal Party’s triumph
in 1906, the taking of office for the
first time by the Labour Party in
1924 and the General Strike of ;
1926 which led to the passing of
the Trade Disputes Act

Here he cited Philip Snowden
and went on to warn of the danger
of the Trade Union Movement
dominating the government of a,
country. That, he said, was just



as undemocratic as to have the
Government duminated by the
Capitalist

A Trade Union, Mr, Chenery |

said, was essentially for the pros |
motion of harmony between the
various sections of the commun-
ity, and it was important that it
should be a voluntary association
run by its memb¥s themselves.
As such its members owed it their
support. and loyalty.





B.G. Delegate For
New Zealand |
Selected

|
|
|
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) }
Hon. John Fernandes has been
selerted to represent the Legisla-
tive Council of British Guiana as
a delegate at the Empire Parlia-



mentary Con’crence to be held in
New Zealand around the end of!
August.



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rade Union 'W.H.O. Experts ass, |

Yellow Fever Zones

A REVISED DELINEATION of the two zones of
prevalence of the yellow fever virus in the tropical belts
of the Americas and of Africa is published in the World|
Health Organization's Weekly Epidemiological Record for
28th June, 1950. Yellow fever is a highly fatal infectious
disease transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito



PAGE FIVE







A FINE COOL
FABRIC !! :

Mr. Richard | master,

| Denbigh,



Security
Check In
Panama Canal

BALBOA, CANAL ZONE
Further security restrictions
have been announced by the
Panama Canal, following th
original establishment of mili-
tary guards on locks, bridges,
and at power plants.

All owners of private pleasure

boats have been advised that
entrance into and departure
from Canal Zone waters alte

dark by small craft has been re-
stricted, and that persons desir-
ing to take their boats out or in
at night must first obtain the
permission of the Port Captain
of Balboa or Cristobal, which-
ever Zone port is involved.

Boats so moving after dark
must be prepared to be stopped
for identification by picket boats
at the Canal entrances, it was
stated.

During World War II private
boating was prohibited, and most
small craft were moved to moor-
ings in the fresh water of Gatun
Lake for the duration. —LN.S



‘‘Polaris’’ In
Canal Zone

BALBOA, CANAL ZONE.

A 24-foot Swedish coasting
boat with its two-man crew 1s
pausing at the Canal Zone for
minor refitting before continu-
ing a war-delayed westward
cruise around the world

The “Polaris,” whose two and
one-half tons make her one of
the smallest craft to have cross-
ed the Atlantic, transited the
Panama Canal July 7 and is ex-
pected to shove off for San Fran-
cisco, Hawaii, and the rest of the
world next week

Crewed by Ernest Karulis, her
and Jon Paltins, mate,

article |the Polaris first began her world

cruise in 1939 but was caught
by World War II in Hamburg
and was forced to return to

Sweden

The second start was made in
August. Outstanding log of the
trip thus far was her Atlantic
crossing from Las Palmas, Can-
ary Islands, to Barbados in only
29 days.

During her Canal
she is occupying a
ing at the Balboa

Zone stay
guest moor-
Yacht Club
—LN.S



Piano
Maestro at 14

LONDON,
Fourteen-year-old red-haired,
freckled Colin Jones, son of a

Welsh miner of Rhos,
is being hailed
as a musical genius.

He has just won an interna-
tional pianoforte solo competition
at Llangollen, County Denbigh
beating experienced adult play-

County
today

ers from Italy, China, England
and Wales.
His playing, according to Dr

Sandor Veress, Hungarian adju-
diecator of the contest,
“perfect.”

But Colin,
sters of his

like most young
age, prefers football
to music, and says he wants to
be a professional football player
when he gets older
Colin's father,
says that often when
practising his school
come along and whistle
his home. That's the signal
Colin quits the piano for a kick-
about on a nearby piece
waste ground. —ILN.S.

Robert Jones,

Colin is

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| The delineation, a revision «
| that made by UNRRA in 1945-46
}was drawn up by a WHO panel of
}experts last December, and finally
accepted by all WHO Member
States attending the Third World
|Health Assembly in May Ac
jeording to international sanitary
jJagreements, countries are required
take special quarantine
jsures (inoculation,

fete.) against persons
{port coming from or
}7ones concerned



jto mea-
disinfection,
and

going to the

The endemic
in Africa is
by a line
| Senegal
,Atrica Eritrea
| por of Massawa)
southwards to the
latitude enclosing part of Angola
{in the west, the major part of the
Belgian Congo, and all of Kenya
in the east, Djibuti and the rest
of French Somaliland were ex-
cluded from the endemic area by
the December 1949 revision, while
parts of Bechuanaland and all of
yasaland were added to it. Modi-
fications result partly from. sur-
veys on the occurrence of the dis-
ease, and partly from the results
of anti-aegypti measures in urban
communities

In America
ycomprises
the British
Guianas, and parts
Peru, Bolivia and
excludes certain
In December ,the experts also de-
lcided to exclude the port of
|Manaos, in Brazil, which was re-
! ported free of Aedes aegypti.

fever area
in the north
mouth of the
French
(excluding

and

yellow
limited
from the
River in



to the




the endemic
Venezuela,
Dutch

zone
Colombia,
and French

of Brazil,
Feuador, but
northern port

Further revision will take place
as the situation warrants it. In
Africa, plans are being made for
)u further study of the occurrence
of yellow fever,





endemic zone
able reports of the Aedes aegypti
;eradication programme with DDT
indicate that the mosquito will
have been wiped out of the coun
try before the end of the present
year. It has already disappeared
completely from all ports and
cities and is found only in a small
rural area in the northeastern
part



No Superiority
In The Races
Says UNESCO Report

PARIS, July 18

Given equal opportunity. in life
no one of the races of mankind
is mentally superior to another
accordiwg to a biological ethnos
logical report issued here to-day
by the United Nations Educa-

tional Scientific
| ganisation

) The document drawn up and
‘revised by eminent seientists
| from Britain, United States, New
Zealand, Mexico, Btrazil, Indfa
| France, Norway, and Sweden is
| deseribed by the UNESCO as the
“most authoritative statement of
modern scientific doctrine on the
controversial subject of that
has ever been issued”

and Cultural O1



The report the UNESCO spokes-
man added “is most timely in
the present state of world affairs.”
The main points of the report
entitled ‘a statement on race
problems” were; “Such _ differ-
ences as exist between different
groups of mankind are due to
factors such as isolation, drift
and random fixation of particles
which control heredity and nat-
ural selection.”

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IN MEMORIAM

nemory of our dear Mother










eo AHAM who fell

asleep July 18th 1046

Asleep in Jesus! oh how sweet

To be for such @ slumber meet!

With holy idenee to sing

That death hath lost its vermaened

sting

Ever remembered b

Alex, F i, Joceph, John; Inez; Bastl
(Childrer 18.7,.50—In
IN Ever loving memory of Our Be-
loved son ther EUGENE
Licorish, Who ned in Filerida,

17th of July



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yne we loved was called away

held tight, Death tore us

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; , ¢ : a ott halwisae sn a 7< My old friend George }
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2.940 square feet of land on the seaside
of Hastings Road.

The House contains, drawing and din-
ing room, enclosed gallery on
sides, two bedrooms with dressing
rooms, kitchenette, totlet and bath up-
stairs with usual rooms downstairs and
two flights of steps to sea. Gas,
Electric and Water.

Inspection any day by appointment
Phone: No. 2863.

. The above will be set up for sale to
public competition at our office on Friday
the 2ist day of July 1950 at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY,
Lucas Street.
11.7.50—10n

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife LILIAN
SANDIFORD (nee Carter) as I do not
held myself responsible for her or any-
one else contracting any debt or debts
in my name unless by o written order
sigmed by me

Sed. CHARLES SANDIFORD,

Belle Tenantry,

St Michael
17.7.50—2n
aamestnnanstisaseadnmmeresimeinsenyninet

ere hereby warned against













THE public

giving credit tc my wife LEOMI
MOORE ines Clarke) as i do not hold
myself responsible fer her or anyone
else cont ‘ an let or debts in
ny name less by a written order

signed by me
Sed ATHELBEFr'T MOORE
Bay tnd,
St. M'chael
18.7.530—2n















——$_—____—- ———
The public a warne* ainst
giving credit to fe Inez tin
tee Aller s I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else}
contracting any debt or debts in my}
name unle by a written orde igned |
by me
Signed JOHN AUSTIN
Tudor Bridge
km Land
e 8 Michael
18.7.5











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“DEPUTY MANAGER—Required for
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Young, energetic well educated man re-
quired. Future prospects good”.

Apply to Mount Bentinck Estates Ltd
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12.7.50—Tn



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near the sea. Minimum 5 to 6 bed:
rooms within easy reach of town

Reply H. G. c/o Advocate.
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PUBLEC NOTICES





NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH

Sealed tenders, (marked on the outside
of the envelope “Tender for Loan”),
will be received at my Office up to 3.00
p.m. on Monday 24th July, 1950 for a
loan of £1,500 at a rate of interest not
exceeding 4% to be repaid in annual
instalments of £150 each. The first
such instalment to be paid in the year

1955,
WOOD GODDARD,
Clerk to the Commissioners
of Highways,
‘hrist Church,
13.7,50—6n



LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE

The application of Elaine Robinson,
holder of liquor license No. 684 of 1950,
granted to Arthur Moore in respect of
premises viz;—a board and galvanized
shop situated at Ellerton, | St. George,
for permission to use said license at a
board and shingle shop attached to
residence at Tweedside Rd., St. Mich-
ael

Dated this 17th day of July,
To C. L. Walwyn,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
Signed ELAINE ROBINSON,
Applicant

N.B.—-This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on
Thursday the 27th day of July, 1950, at

1950



11 o'clock, a.m
Get WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.’
18.7. 50-1In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of GARDINER GIT-
TENS holder of liquor license No,
$28 of 1950 granted to Meta King in
respect of premises viz:— wooden
building attached to residence at Dea-
cons Rd. St. Michael, for permission
to use said license at following premis-
es viz. a double roofed board and
shingle shop at Dayrells Rd, Ch, Ch
Dist: "A"

Dated this 14th day of July, 1950.
To:—-C. L. WALWYN, Esq ,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

Signed GARDINER GITTENS,
Applicant

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A”, on Mon-
day the 24th day of July 1950 at 11
o’cléck a.m,



Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A’
18.7. 50—1n
FT

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

THE application of CLARENCE ALS
bolder of Liquor license No. 314 of
1950 gianted to Harry Thompson in re-

pict at txbiniesn Saeko sores 2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service |
board and shingle building at Eagie|is the Cambridge School Certificate.
Hall, St. Michael for permission to use |

suid license at a board and shingle shop
attached to residence at Warners Gap
Villa Ra, Brittons Hill, St. Michael
Dated this 17th day of July 1950
To:—C,. L. WALWYN, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
CLARENCE ALS,
Applicant
N.B.—This application will be consi-
dered at a Licensing Court to be heid
at Police Court, District “A”, on Thurs-
day the. 27th day of July 1950 at 11
o'clock a.m,
Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’'



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CLASSIFIED ADS. Life Starts Again For Tony

@ from page 4

cising in front of a mirror. After this they out of every th
take up archery, wheel-chair netball, and in full-time w
other outdoor games. porting familie

3. Next he shows them how to walk with
the conga rhythm, first between parallel bars,
then on sticks, finally with only the support
of light-weight splints.

















































































Some have e
infirmity — th
mann’s grey e

selves,
unless a patie
mendous effort

But
persistence To

was injured by a bomb, is taking up engrav-
ing.

Former unskilled labourers have become
draughtsmen. Others have developed into
expert clock-makers. Some have studied
law, learned languages.











When confirmed in the appointment the officers will be placed on the
pensionable establishment, and will be liable to contribute to the Brit-
ish Guiana Widows and Orphans Fund at the rate of 5% of the maxi-
mum salary of the post by monthly deductions from salary. 5

2. The successful candidates will be engaged in the extension
service of the Department of Agriculture or on projects operated by
the Department, |

3. Applications giving full name, age and details of qualifica- |
tions and experience, accompanied by two recent testimonials, should
be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, Department of Agricul-
ture, Georgetown, British Guiana, marked “ASSISTANT AGRICUL -
TURAL SUPERINTENDENT” and should reach him not later than
31st July. 1950.

4. Applicants already employed in a Department of Agricultur
in the West Indies, should submit their applications through the no
mal official channels.

. 15.7.50—3:



Tenders for the Supply of Fresh Cow's Milk to the
Public Elementary Schools

TENDERS are invited for the supply of fresh cow's milk to th
Public Elementary Schools throughout the Island during the follow-
ing school terms: —

2. llth September to 8th December, 1950.

3. 8th January to 6th April, 1951.

Particulars of the conditions and requirements of supplying the
milk are embodied in the contract, (Copies of which are available
for reference at the Colonial Secretary's Office),

Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for
the due performances of the contract.

The tenders marked “Tender for the supply of fresh cow's milk”
to the Public Elementary Schools, must reach the Colonial Secretary’:
Office not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 22nd July, 1950

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any

}

tender, |
Applications are invited for the Headship of St. Mary’s Boys |

|

|

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION |
|
|



__

School from teachers with at least 10 years’ teaching experience
The minimum professional qualification required is the Certificate A
cf the Department or exemption therefrom.
Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale fox
Head Teachers in a Grade II Elementary School.
Candidates who have already submitted application forms in
respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, ac-
companied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the
Department of Education. All applications must be in the hands of ,
the Director of Education by Saturday, 22nd July, 1960. }
6th July, 1950.



Applications are invited from teachers and other suitably qualified |

persons for the following vacancies: — |
MEN WOMEN |

St. Simon's Mixed School Half Moon Fort Junior Sehool
Boscobel Boys’ School Welches Mixed School
All Saints’ Boys’ School Boscobel Girls’ School |
St. Elizabeth's Boys’ School St. Giles’ Girls’ School
St. Joseph’s Boys’ School

Holy Trinity Boys’ School

3. Applications must be submitted on the appropriate form
(E. 35 (b) for men and E. 35 (c) for women) which may be obtained
from the Department of Education, but candidates who have alread)
submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now
filled) may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent testimonial

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









ee es i) Bast Oh 5. All applications must reach the Director of Education not/|
later than Sat 1950.
LIQUOR LICENSE Notice |! oe FREON SORE LON SONS
The application of Eulie Alleyne, ’ we a —
holder of liquor license No 849 «oof
1950 granted to her in respect of FURNISHING
premises viz a wall building at
Hindsbury Rd., St. Michael, for per-

mission to use said liquor

Hindsbury Rd., St. Michael
Dated this 14th day of July, 1950
Signed HERMAN ALLEYNE

Applicant :
N.3.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held



at Police Court, District “A”,
day the 24th day of July, 1950, at 1
«clock, a.m.
L. WALWYN,
Magistrate, Dist. “A”
18. 7.50—-1n

Police



SUCCESS ODOT

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MICHAEL
ARLEN

@ from page 4
just people

ree patients he has treated are
ork. Many of them are sup-
es planners-- who
>

M liana a few paintings, a
n found wives through their harmless ghosts, a pleasant tradi

ves shone behind his rimless/te give a florin in marriage to

r Available’ August Ist Ferreii ralf-cro a vin ol
oe ee eee eee glasses when he showed me the wedding|!#!f-e: ws — a view to bree:
f oe - + a - Sao te ide | a lovely, lovely gu'neas
“BRAMBLY” — Waterford Gap, St 4. Instructors then teach every patient a picture of the nurse he “gave away” as bride) “you took remarkably sulls
Michael, trom now to Dec. 3ist. Pully| trade. Tony is learning carpentry. Pretty te a paralysed Army officer. res May» said 2
furnishes poder. "Om: a Ect] 16-yearcold Marie, who is partly recovering _Rightly,) the docior gives much of the| 1'm tainking snobbish thought
| Dial 18.7.50—in, | the use of her legs seven years after her spine credit for his successes to the patients them-! What ig your father up to thes
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MAIL NOTICES

Maily for St Schoone

Lucia oy the













Marie Henrietta will be closed at U
G 1 Post Office as under
col Mail and Registered Mail
2 Ordinary Mail at 2.30 p
the 18th duly, 1950
Mail: for St, Lucia, St. Vincent a:
Grenada by the M.V. T B. Radar w
be closed at the General Post O
unde
Paree!| Mail Pregistered Mall a
. Ordinary Mai} at 2 p.m. on the 19!
She has Gas for Cooking 9)))"}sso
BARBADOS

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY



The undermentioned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office
Public Buildings, between 12 noon and 2 p.m, for the sum and on the date specifies
below. If not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding Friday at the samr
piace and during the same hours until sold, Full particulars on application to me

BROOKS V. ROBINSON
ALL THAT certain piece or pareel of land (form

Property ly part of the land






of Ventnor plantation) situate at Ventnor in the h of Christ Chure!

) this Island containing by admeasurement One re thirty two an
one quarter perches (inclusive of two aud one quarter perches of a roa
which was formerly a private road but is now publie road) Buttin

and bounding towards the north on lands of Clapham plantation toward
the East on lands now or late of James Weekes towards the West o
lands formerly of W. T. and F. D. Barnes but now of Gordon Nicholl
J. FE. Marson and Mrs, D. lL. Bynoe and on lands of the said W. T. an:
F. D. Barnes and on the South on the public road or however else th
same may butt and bound

Upset Price £2,083. 6, 8d

Date of Sale 28th July, 1950

H WILLIAMS,
Rewistrar-in-Chancery
Hegistration Office,
July, 1950.

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF CHANOBRY
The undermentioned property will be set up for sale.at the Registration Offier
Publie Buildings, between 12 noon and 2 p.m, for the sum and on the date specitie
below lf not then sold, it will be set up on each succeeding Friday at the sam
place and during the same hours until sold. Pull particulars on application to me

BROOKS V. GIBBONS ET AL

BARBADOS

Property ALL THAT certain messuage or dwellinghouse called or known #
ARGYLE” together with the land whereon the same stands and ther
to belonging situate at Wellineton Street in the City of Bridwetown a:
Island of Barbados containing by admeasurement 1,789 square feet |
the same more or less Butting and bounding on the West on lands
Winston Thomas James and on lands of a place catied “Bedford Co
the property of Thelma Norma Agatha Gibbons on the North and Ba
on other lands of the said place called “Bedford Cot” and on the Soul
on Wellington Street aforesaid or however else the samme may butt ai
bound Together with all other buildings on the said land erected oy
bullt standing and being with the appurtenance

Upset Price £550. 0. 0

Date of Sale 28th July 1950.

HM WILLIAMS,
Registrar-in-Chancer)
Hegistration Office,
July, 1950.

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“Trying to sell a new kind of

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| ‘ need more leopards Expert
| Should a convicted murderer ” iad ” ; : i al rae
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Cnr. Broad & Tudor Streets

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NOTICE

As the Manufacturers have decided that repairs to one of
(

oue Engines can no longer be delayed, the Company has in
consequence had to put this Generating Set (900 K-W.) out of
commission and, owing to the reduction of standby Plant now
available as a result, may find it necessary to shed load at

intervals during the next few months.

Our Consumers are asked to co-operate by exercising the
ulimost ceonemy in the use of Eleciricity, particularly during
the Peak prriod between 6.30 and $.30 p.m. until further notice,

SMITH,
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Intern ediate « ricket: :



Low Sataee Prevail

On All Wet Wickets

= SMALL SCORES were

games in the Intermediate Division on Saturday

registered in the majority 0!
This was

=sdue to the heavy showers which fell during the morning

Wanderers however managed to knoek up 236

Lewis

W.I1. Marksmen
At Bisley

BISLEY,

‘wickets, of which V



July 10

West Indian marksmen took
patt in a shooting match at the
historic range, and some were
among the first three top teams
@he Shooting Correspondent of
4%e “Times” reports that riflemen
from 16 countries with the
Commonwealth are firing in th
year's Bisley Meeting

In an official match at 900 and
1,000 yards the North London
Rifle Club seored 1,058, followed
by Rhodesia with 1,016 The
third with 988 was a team com-
posed of marksmen from the

Gold Coast, Barbados,
Jamaica, New Zealand,

Trinidad
India and

British Guiana Canada came
fourth with 986, and the West
Indies last with 913

Most events this week are for

the service rifle as issued, or fos
the special long range Match Ri-
fle Firing took place to-day. in
the first two parts of the compe-
tition for Queen Mary's Prize
and the final stages will take
place to-morrow

The Whitehead Memoral for
which competitors fire shots at
900 and 1,000 yards was won by

Majer J. A. Crawford, late Roy-
al Scots, with 144 out of 150.
A. E. Martin of Scotland came

second with 142, and Wing Com
mander Whitelock of the English
VIII Club was third with 141



cared
Club

by M. HARRISON-GRAY
rE Prepared Club is a
necessary evil that even

the best players have to endure
at times. Under certain con-
ditions, it is the only possible
bid:

"on 3: 945.9.5:@ 4A,

ae 4°95. 4 would care to
But’ this hand in any position :

tif One pees is opened, there
is no sound rebid over a new
suit bid by partner at the Two
level. All things considered, One
Club is the safest call.

w

lf the response is One Heart or
One Diamond, opener snould on no
account rebid One Spade, whieh
is apt to suggest two biddabie



suits, with the result that
responder may jump in Clubs on
the next round. The rebia,
therefore, should be One
No-'Trump, as a safeguard
against partner showing
preference for a non-existent
suit.

The necessity for this prepared
Opening does not arise when the
partner Mas already passed. One
Spade can now be bid on the
above hand, both as a defensive
measure and an atlempt to make

a part-score. Opener can, and
should, pass any neutral
response,

ne Club should never be bid

on less than three cards, prefer-
ably headed by one of the three
top honours. The call will be
treated as genuine unless dis-
roved in the subsequent bidding.
The Club bidder must be pre-
pared for an opening lead in
that suit if his side has to defend;
he may even be raised to



game
in Clubs, but in this case
responder is likely to have five
trumps.
A
WwW

Where opener has less than
three Clubs, it is better to bid »
shaded four-card suit and to use
the other four-suit, if necessary,

}, for his second-round rebid:

2% K, a. 10, 8 4,
@K, 9, 8 3. &J,

This hand should be

{> with One Heart
1 is Two Clubs

opened
If the response

the rebid is Two
Diamonds
It is a cardinal principle of

Standard Bridge that partner 1s



at all times assumed to be bid-
ding his cards naturally This
, week’s hands are all taken from
tournament play, and show the
difficulties encountered even by
i: experienced players who make

unnecessary use of the Prepared

Club opening

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-missed for



uns for 7
contributed 65.
Y.M.PC., Cable and
and Windward have all
first innings lead against
Hosvital, Empire and
A valuable last wi
between Greenidge and Branker
helped Y.M.P.C. to lead Menta!
Hospital by one run, At Boarded
Hall, Empire was quickly dis
a small score. Brankcr
the slow bowler did the damage
by taking 6—28. However Empire

Wireless
secured
Mental
Spartan

ket stan

made a good recovery when six
ot the C. & W. boys were sent
back with only 36 runs on the
board

L Greenidge of Wanderers
was chiefly responsible for Pick
wick’s collapse by taking 7 for
27; and with only 3 wickets

stending they are in a great deal
of trouble



The scores are: —

YM, . ws MENTAL HOSPITAL
Mental Ho pital Ist Innings 7”
YÂ¥.M.P.C, IST INNINGS
L.. Greenidge c wkpr. b, Chandler 0

B. Hoyos b Chandler

B. Porter c Hope b Chandler 0
I. Burke ec Burrowes b Hope 1
C. McKenzie c Chase b Carter 22

H. Webster c
N. Edghill ¢
D. Greenidge
G. Greenidge

Boyce b Chandler

Hope b Chandler 2
not out 24
ec Chase b Carter 1

G. Archer b Hope t
E. Branker not out 7
Extras 4
Total (for 9 wkts. dec'd 71
Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2—0, 3-5, 4—5
5—20, 6—27, 7—38, 8—46, 9--48
BOWLING ANALYSIS
0. M. R w
Chandler 9 1 23 5
Hope 10 2 22 2
Rock 2 0 9 0
Carter 2 J 4 2
MENTAL HOSPITAL =ND INNINGS
N. Burrowes c Porter b Burke 6
E. Quintyne b Branker 3



C. Best c Greenidge b Branker 1
R Chase c Greenidge b Branker 0
C. Chandler not out 3

Total for 4 wickets 41

ke 1 for 20

WANDERERS vs. PICKWICK
Wanderers Ist Innings
If. Alleyne c Moore b Clarke 22





A. Seale c Foster b Clarke 21
V. Lewis stpd. b Wells 65
1. Proverbs c & b Wells 13
H. Ramsey c wkpr. b_R, Clarke 23
M. Mayers c Hoad b Peterkin 44
M., Clarke not out 23
J. Massiah b Clarke 0
M. Greenidge not out 0
Extras 6
Total for 7 wickets decid 230
Fall of wickets: 1—32, 2-—74, 3—123,
4-124, 5-178, 6—179, 7-195,

BOWLING ANALYSIS
oO M. R w
R. Clarke 20 6 47 4
©, Lashley ll 3.413 0
Goddard 17 ee 0
J, Peterkin 4 0 a0 1
Wells li o 63 2

Pickwick Ist Innings
Cc. BE, Edwards b Greenidge 9
J. S, Goddard b Greenidge 28
Cc. Evelyn ec Clarke b Greenidge 10
M. Foster c Clarke b Ramsay 10
R. D, Clarke ¢ wkt, b Greenidge 4
J. Hoad b Greenidge 3
Yearwood not out 11
Peterkin Lb.w. Greenidge 2
S. Moore b Greenidge 0
Wells not out 3
Extras 5
Total for 8 wickets a5

Fall of wickets: 1-32, 2—45, 3-61, 4
6 j—72, 6-75, 7-79, 8—79.

BOWLING ANALYSIS
0. M. R Ww
J. Massiah 5 1 10 0
M. Clarke 4 0 621 0
L. Greenidge 13 2 36 7
Ramsay 5 o m 1





CABLE AND WIRELESS vs, EMPIRE
Cable and Wireless Ist Innings
McKenzie b Wilkin 12
Matthews b Barker 34
Lawless ec Harris b Sealey 22
Croney not out 33
Frost stpd. wkpr. b Sealey 8
Lawless b Cyfley 10
Bynoe ¢ Gaskin b Sealey 0
Roberts b Cuffley 1
Branker Ib.w, Culley 1
Cozier b Cuffley 3
Edxhill ec Cuffley b Sealey 3

Extras 17

Total 147
BOWLING ANALYSIS

o.. Miz Ww

Barker 9 1 19 1

Cuffley Ww 12) «4 4

Wilkin 13 3 «20 1

Sealey 94 0 48 4

Empire ist Innings

ec wkpr. b Branker . 0

*roney b Branker 10

Croney b Branker 12

s_c Croney b Branker 1

McKenzie b Branker 0

Barrow not out 31

Harris c Lawless b McKenzie 7

Wilkin ¢ Croney b McKenzie 1

Barker |.b.w. Branker 2

Sealey c Bynoe b Lawless 10

Extras 4

Total 72

BOWLING ANALYSIS

o MM Ww
Branker il 3 28 6
Lawless 4 1 16 1
McKenzie 5 0 21 2
Lawless 12 0 7 1

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W.I. Lead Derbyshire
On First Innings

W.I. 223 and (for 2 wkts) 41
Derbyshire 111

CHESTERFYELD, July 17.

THE WEST INDIES were 1538 runs ahead of Derby-
shire with eight second innings wiekets to fall after the
second day’s play in their match here. Sixteen wickets
tumbled during the day for 174. The touring team lost
their remaining four tailend batsmen when play resumed
for the addition of 22 runs to Saturday’s total and they
were all out for 223. 7





Cliff Gladwin, using the new
ball, swung late and _ proved
THE GAMBOLS troublesome to all the batsmen
with the exception of Williams
ind took three wickets for three
runs. His figures for the innings
were 26—11—40—6
Derby collapsed in their first

innings losing 8 wickets for 68.
This failure was due to a com-

bination of poor stroke play, a

piteh which readily accepted spin

and some accurate bowling by
the West Indies Captain, John





Goddard and the left arm spin
bowler Valentine
Heavy rain caused tea to be
taken early and afterwards the
pitch played more easily
Gladwin and Richardson put
on 42 for the ninth wicket and
aved the follow on, but Derby-
shire were still 112 in arrears
when the innings closed God-
dard had the best figures with 4
Q
IAIN Ig uct WHAT THE SPIN for 38
BOWLE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR The piteh again became lively
by the time the West Indies be-
gan their second knock and they
WINDWARD vs, SPARTAN made a cautious. start scoring
only 41 in an hour and five min-
Scan Wah eee utes before stumps were drawn
G ‘ > Me Ci le a ps 5 4 S
E. Svelsn.c Gittena b Mae Carle a4, during which time they lost
OD. Manning b Me Comie 6 Stollmeyer lbw at 9 and Marshail
H. Farmer c Matthews b Clarke 56 at 32
R, Farmer b Clarke 6 wi 1ST INNINGS
C. Seale not out S. me wee —o lad “ts Shale 15
D. Wilkie l.b.w.. b Mc Comic Stollmeyer c Gladwin b Jackson ;
H. Thornton Lb.w. b Clarke o Rae b Gladwin :
H. V. Farmer Absent 9 Marshall b Gladwin 3
V. Cox Absent 0 Trestrail c Elliott b Gladwin 1
R. M. Farmer did not bat 9 Walcott c¢ Richardson b Gladwin 87
Extras 4 Christiani stpd. Dawkes b Rhodes 78
__- Goddard b Richardson 1
Total 129 Williams not out 18
am Jones b Gladwin 0
BOWLING: Me Comie 3 for 27, Haynes Johnson lbw b Gladwin 0
1 for 31, Clarke 3 for 25, Valentine Ibw b Jackson 3
EXTRAS 9
Spartan Ist Innings -
K. Roberts ¢ Evelyn b H. Farmer 0 TOTAL 223
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C. Gittens ¢ Wkpr. Manning, b Wilkie 4 Fall of wkts 1 3—22:
£. Me Comie 1.b.w, H. Farmer ‘ 5180; 6-+189 8—216
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M. James b Wilkie 1 mete fe M R Ww
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C. Forde injured enn 16 1 M4 1
Lb 9
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Frost b Wilkin a Windward 2nd Innings 2
Cozier not out 5 . Evelyn e Haynes b Roberts 17 I ©
Lawless ¢ Harper b Cuffley D. Manning ¢ Matthews b Roberts Ww or Jamaica
Branker stpd. wkpr., b Sealey 0 G. Harford ¢ Sub b Me Comie
Croney Lb.w. b Sealey 0 H, Farmer not out 12 (Barbad Adv :
Extras 2 H. Thornton b Roberts 10 Sea e tee tN CeToN
C. Seale ¢ Sub b Roberts 1 Seat GSTON
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G. Wilkie not out o,Amateur Sw sr Counci
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Cuffy + 2 "3 7 pownina: K. Roberts 5 for 10;| Whe Siditne t meets in Jamaica
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Second Division

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Bowlers were on top in the
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Saturday, Al} wickets were affect-
ed by the heavy showers which
fel] on Friday and early on Satur-
d@y morning

The best bowling feat of the
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vious Saturday

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tv. Rice knocked up 53 and B.
Bourne 58



Results
EMPIRE

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AND REGIMENT AT
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Regiment 16% for 9 dect'd.

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Empire 185 for 6

Bourne 58, P. Rice 53, J. Clarke 4

for 24, J. Bynoe 5 for 15)

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POLICE AND LEEWARD AT FOSTERS
Leeward 103 and 27
(E., Denny 5 for 3)
Police 38 and 56 for 9
(G. Gilkes 5 for 28)

FOUNDATION AND PICKWICK AT
FOUNDATION
Pickwick 99 and 65
Foundation 96 and 44 for 6
(Yard 19 not out)

. AT COLLEGE

for 2 deeld.
26 for
L AND CARLTON AT



CENTRAL
128 and 81 for 5 (Second in-
Cox 6 for 10).
arding 27, Hinds 5 ‘for

Central
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B.C.L. Results

IN their match against Danes in
the Central Division of the B.C.L.
Goodwill won an outright victory
by an innings and 38 runs The
scores were: Gocdwill 149 for 9
jeclared; Danes 21 and 89.

Other games were; Maple vs.
Norwich, match drawn. Maple 64
and 32 for 8, Norwich 71 and 42.

Everton vs. Romans, match
irawn, Everton 91 and 41 for 5;
Romans 111 and 45 for 5.

In the City Division Belfield took
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draw. Belfield 105 and 113 for 8;

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Arthur Peall says:

ONE CARELESS STROKE
LEADS TO ANOTHER

NE bad billiards stroke leads to
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Weakly struck

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the

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lon, Rescuing
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demands another
deplorable shot
Red and white
were both ori-
ginally in the
middle of the



My diagram
shows a typical
case beginning
with a feeble in-
off red. White
had then to be
handled for the
rescue shot. Fol-
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leaving very poor ; osition and the
break was over,

These long losers are difficult,
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the half-bal! angle at.a run of the
phieer: “ball Judging both correctly
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PACE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE TVESnVY. JU.V 18. IS50 W^A^jPLADVtfiCTE % %  Mai br %  • * %  Tuesday Jul> 18. 1950 Oil !!• filial ions THE LICENCE made brtween the Gull CocpOTftUon and the Barbados C.overnment tone! her with Regulations made under the Petroleum Act IS50, have been laid on the table of both Houses of the Legislature The Licence is not subject to the approval of the Legislature but the Regulations may be disapproved if the disapproval takes place within forty days. Jt is therefore with the Regulations mainly that members of the Legislature will be concerned, fn studying the Regulations certain difficulties will be encountered due to the fact that many of them are highly technical. In the Petroleum Drilling and Production Regulations. Regulation 17 (9) provides, "Whenever directed so to do by the Governor-in-Executivc Committee the Operator shall take or cause to be taken an electrolog. The operator shall see that the electrical resistivity, weight and viscosity of the mud are recorded on the electrolog. A copy of all clectrologs. whether or not taken at the direction of the CJovernor-in-Executive Committee, shall be supplied to the Covemor-in-Executive Committee." It is clear from the Regulation cited above that only those with technical knowledge will be fit to discuss the import of such a Regulation. It will however be the duty of the members of the Legislature to discuss the overall results and implications of the Regulations. The people of Barbados are determined that oil development here shall be carried out in an orderly manner and welcome any signs which indicate that the Government are aware of the need for s->me supervision. Assuming that the Regulations merely embody normal good procedure in oil drilling, the matter which will occupy the minds of all will be the cost of maintaining the supervision envisaged in these Regulations. The Regulations do not seek a general control but provide lor the minutest details to be subjected to governmental scrutiny Regulation 17 (4) for instance states, "When cores are taken from the core barrel they shall be released into core boxes of a kind and si?e to be specified by the Governor-in-Executive Committee and accurately tabulated as to the number of the core, top. bottom and per cent recovery of the core, and shall be protected fr.tm theft or misplacement by being housed in a suitable building and under lock and key. and a fair sample of such cores shall be forwarded to the Governor-in-Execulive by the operator whenever required by the Governor-in-Executive Committee at the expense of the operator." Regulation 2 (2) clearly envisages the setting up of a Petroleum Department and this would be necessary in view of the legislation and the essential requirements of governmental supervision. The question which cannot fail to exercise the minds of members of the Legislature will be the cost of running such a Department in view of the detailed provisions contained in the Regulations. Oil technologists draw big salaries and this island must beware that the funds realised from oil are not all dissipated in the payment of salaries to persons whose task u would be to supervise the working of these Regulations. It may be that the Government consider that a small stafi* would be adequate to exercise the powers and conduct the enquiries mentioned in the Regulations. It is a matter however, on which a statement from the Government would be advisable. I i%CCITSE THE UNIONS WHY %  Ihat an American of Canadian docker earns twice s much real money a* an English BCc l T? Why i* it that a miner or a railway worker or any other worker in North America earn* twice as murh a* his counterpon nver here" These nurstion* deserve to be asked by British trade unionists For the answer is perfectly simple It is Just this For SO year* Amen, an and Canadian trade unionhaft been fighting the bo* on behn'f of their workers sai „...., But during the same period British trade unions have been playing politics—and pretty silly politics at that Keir Hantle was I great man; but when he united the trade union movement will' a political party, hr •'• ... order to be told not to ask for an Increase in pajT I tan get my employer to tell me that any day and he docMi t charge me 2a. a week (or the piivilcKe. either. Of course, the %  ...,. fressst, ,.> .'..,'. ..-i vou ehooaa t<> call it. has been extreniel, helpful to the Socialist Government over 0M i.i-t two difficult financial yean. It would have been equally helpful to Kiv OttkM Government The iinport.int point Is. however, that had it not been fur the financial irresponsibility of this Government, the wagc-fre*e would never have l*-en necessary. H has come about through the fact that the economic theories of the intellectual S... ,,l .*'I.,v. proved unworkable \,.,.,.i. v A year or so ago Mr. Walter Keuther. the head of the United Automobile Workers of America. slated Utal h,thought the profits of Qanaral Motor) Corporation wenn.-l big enough' The Dell) Worker had simplex v The Dallj Herald disereetlv did not comment. No Mr Bauthert union baa nraduead a pamphlet on •rhteh there is printed the slogan. "No profits, no wages, no Jobs Sound and simple truth, but bitter to a Socialist Would anyone suggest that Walter Heulher Is merely a stooge of the capitalists? Ha. he sold out to Wall Street? On the contrary. Mr. Reuther merely knows the simple truth, that if the employers don't make big profits, he ran't get money out of them for big wages He also knows, what every business man knows, that high profits and high wages have always gone together. You cannot hav e one without the other. He knows, loo, fiat what la one man s profit is another man's pa; -packet When an industry makes a heavy loss. linn ino room t< bic-reese wages I NM I ..Nione tell that to the National Union o| Itinlwaymen trday"' Look at these ligures. Since 1938 the wage earners of this country have Improved their real wage standard by 2" per cent. intifIy at the expense of other %  aetkMa of the community, who lire netting heartily sick of the process. In free enter] -1 .V:.i. w or ken have iaaprVvad their standard 46 per cent, and everyone else has gone up, too Why? Because American trade union leaders knew that productivity and efficiency are In the worker-' IT;IIYK. %  Live* Because American trade union %  aden knew thai i < ompetitlve free ei lerj i i the onlj ,v; t \ to rtirnulata productlvih and rfll< lem-y—and hence to better worker-' tondition Because Americm trade union leaders know, what we are finding out from bitter experience, that there Is no place for a trade union In a nationalised economy. That !<, why American and Canadian trade union leaden are not Socialists; and that is why American and Canadian worker* eal better than British workers do. WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED —L E.8. MICHAEL AltLEN the best-selling novelist of the 'Twenties and Thirties is back in England after eight years. To-day he writes his impressions of MAYFAIIt. 1950 WE WERE standing outside the hotel where I am staying. The tall trees in lite Park looked alerl and cheerful, In* chevychaset of red buses made a line show on Park Lane, and the young policeman on point duly—who looked somehow smaller than policemen were when I was young—tried to stifle a yawn. "Like being back in l.ondon again 1 my young companion asked. •Enormously, I've just hadi -i nice glass of warm beci ears tasty Hut my heart was not in the Kibe. Warm beer and tepid coffee, rolled umbrellas and well-worn gloves, agreeable chap* h. bowlers and tranquil ladles with excitable hearts. Harry Preston taking Arnold Bennett and ma to the Car pent ler-BeckeU tight. . when I had left England. Mary had been a glorious young Waaf uf 2 and as shiningbright as th" silver coins we can no longer armed But all men in their tifties tend to resent, I fancy, the fact that young people simply will not stay young. H Vou are indignant, aren't you.' I -aid She smiled, she laughed outright. "Michael, we reully cnjiiy'il — t>eihg indignant. We'd feel quito lust without our indignation -I'm positive. But It's really only about little things—like having no money to was*and things like that Golly. what I'd give io be able to wasto something again! But we're still the same about biggish things—like being rathei shamefaced at having to admit that there's really only one country in the world, m spite ol everything to live III "I hope theil.n willnevei i-orm-.'' I said "When English people Tones and Socialist* alike, stop being as conceited about their modesty as the Americans are about their industrial progress." "Look." said Mary, "there's one of the little things we enjoy feeling Indignant about." New Bosvs A large man had come out of the hotel, a florid and fruity blok with all the earmarks of a dis%  : .Hi' dressed up to wel come a Royal visit. He strode across to a large and delict limousine. "One of ouinew bosses," Mary said. "What, yours?" "England's. But, of course, am don't admit it—we call them I New type of Business Man of ad A spot oi New Blood just like him bought our house '.it orncei when father couldn't keep It up any longer—and daddy has developed quite a squint trying not to look at that shiny 1 %  -building as he walks through Berkeley Square. Thirty years ago. In the shadow of Lansdownc House brooding over its impending dissolution to make way for a more modish and productive palace, how many cosy evenings I had spent in that grey, inconvenient, happy home of Mary's parents. We weren't such young fools. mind you, as not to be aware of %  changing world But we did not realise that changes which Mam : %  > bare happened gradually in the history-books are catastrophically quick when they hapto So mv friend's home was now u busy hive of business for progr ssive and etlleient planners Well, my friends weren't efficient on page 7 LIFE STARTS AGAIN FOR TONY ... (By CHAPMAN PINCHEK) "WHEN 17-year-old boy-seaman Tony Potter fell wounded on the deck of H.M. sloop "Black Swan" in the Yangtse River Just over %  year ago. it seemed that worthwhile life had ended for him. Shell-splinters from a Chinese Communist shore battery had severed his spinal cord On regaining consciousness he learned he, would be permanently paralysed from the waist down. "A paraplegic," doctors called him. Ill as Tony was then it took him six months to learn the full horror -if what being a paraplegic may mean. Though he could never move his legs at will, they were continually jerking in violent spasms which stopped him sleeping. Terrible wounds developed wherever his body pressed cm those areas of skin no longer properly supplied with nerves He became as emaciated as the worst Belsen victims. CONC'.A DOES IT Yet, when 1 saw him in Stoke Mandeville (Bucks) Hospital, he was working cheerfully at a carpenter's bench and looking forward to walking into his Birmingham home. The doctor into whose care Tony was transferred has devised an astonishingly successlul system for restoring people with severe spinal injuries to near-normal life. He gets tnem to walk by teaching them the hip-jerking steps uf the conga. After months of practice this over-develops unparalysed muscles not normally used for walking. So his patients eventually move about in a series of stiff-legged steps which give them enough independence to look after themselves. This doctor, who has already rescued more than 400 men and women from what he calls "the human scrap-heap." is a tubby, chainsmoking. ey-CJerman refugee called Ludwig ( %  uttmann. HIS FIVE STAGES Before he came to Britain from Breslau's Jewish Hospital in 1939 he was already well known medically for his ingenious "hot-box. hich enables doctors to determine the exact extent of a patient's paralysis. (The patient lies in the hot-box with grey powder sprinkled over his naked body. When the heat is turned on those parts of the skin still supplied with active nerves turn red as sweat moistens the dye. Areas where the glands are paralysed remain grey). But it is through his Stoke Mandeville work on war victims, which he started for the Government six years ago. that Dr. Guttmann has achieved international fame, bringing him invitations to teach his methods in France. Belgium. Holland. Israel, and South America. His success with paralysed people, rejected by other doctors as hopeless, springs from that typically German side of his character which demands meticulous attention to detail. He treats the critically sick men and women now sent to him from hospitals throughout Britain in live stages:— 1. With blood transfusions and special feeding he gets them back into good physical shape. He heals pressure wounds by having his patients turned over every hour day and night for months. He gives them his own bubbling enthusiasm for life. Then, by means of an alcohol injection treatment which he devised, he stops the uncontrollable muscle spasms. This enables the patients to sit up in wheel-chairs. Without it the spasms would throw them to the pound. 2. He strengthens their muscles by exercise on a tandem bicycle, hung upside down above the bed. With "the feet strapped to one set of pedals a patient can operate the machine by turning the other pedals with his hands. Then Guttmann shows them how to develop new muscles for balancing by exer* on pace 1 D.v.scOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS a CO.. LTD. at the COLONNADE m lUSlI* NOW B Tina LETONA MAKMALAUt 41 .43 3 t Package* MONK & GLASS ? i ** BLANCMANGE 24 IS P** Tim GRAPE FRUIT KM 23 N J In Harrarko. On (hr Prairir. On thr Train*. They all I isi.n 'Lonely Girl* Earns £40.000 ••/ Am Only 1 ihlatrlsta. and Dr. Kliwv, too. M "' "'"'~ ""' ''•" %  " Ui! t<"i may make what they can of it. niui-h iibuut herself "I am J But the fact remalnn thut for symbol." xhc am -not a i#rson millions of Americans radio hg* exist in their Imagination, pitched to gather up and umpllly tencra—all men—The Lonesome that's all They think of me a* every little whispered nuance In Gal Is the blgtft thing on the *heir girl, lonely like ihey are. the voice that is magic for mi Sir .iiitlng aff'-r.-tion as they flo. lions. Every weekday night whenThaV a ,hcre u to "•" FOOTNOTE SIuhas one big ever they may be. men in horde* „v ., J**"!^ Sh 1* US' rM > %  Witch on to listen to a girl with .. Shc 'JI no1 t*****?, ""u !" > )f. She l happily married Stalin is now facing an economic crisis. Here is some tight on— WHY RUSSIA ATTACKS H* John linker WhiO. Ml' 8b lhai From her point of view has been tor some there is a lot more to it—includthe producer of her programme, : %  >,. a fast ascent from oU-curlty William Rouweau iboul husky contralto voice. ... she somehow .seems to be directing straight lo them and them ulone, whytfATing enticingly gushy M-nttment*. "Hello," *ays the voice. -This is your lonosome gal! How are Born in Texas, she became ;i you to-nighl? Tough dayT Fee: ainger She played an occasional •che? Well. Just remember thi.i bit in a minor Hollywood Dun. —your lonesome gal loves you. Three year* ago. in Dayton, Ohio, more than anything else In the she found out what lonehne* i big reputation In radic an assured income of •40,000 a year. -U£S. world. You "won't" forgot, you?" In Army barracks and lonely prairie, farms, in college dormitories by the hundred, m thr. Smoking curs on the transcontinental trains, this is the pro frarr.me of the day for men ani Of all ages am! I In The Lonesome Gal they apparently And an indefinable *..inching that Is missing from IHI life Who is she' And how did It all begin' Id be She did not kno-oul in town. An opportunity CatM to earn a few dollars filling In on a radio programme, introducing records. "I had nothing much to say." she says, "so I just talked about how lonely I was. I found out thai there are a lot of lonely people In this world besides me.' Six months ago she stopped being lonely only in Ohio She I i %  i up nationally, broad cast on a regular basis She is tall and dark and mnrmajor stations right across the than • little good-looking Her land Lonely men in every imi is Jtaa King. Sbe, 1&| II corner of America can have Have uiii ufi], can't l.fi i> and m t mobiiii undtmtalh ?" MILITARY experts .ire surprised tli.ii the Communist attack on South Korea ha>been launched at the beginning of the rainy season, which m.ike* campaigning ,ii.ivdifncull and sornetlrnes impossible Political Oboo r vi watching events in Russia arenot so surprised For when ,i domestic crisis arises it Is always the fashion of the IVIltbtireau to divert attention abroad. This may well explain the timing of the attack on South Korea The cold war campaigns .igmnst Persia and Finland, and the hoi war campaign against Greece, were similar diversions. So wasthe Merlin blockade. All of them coincided with economic or political crises behindthe Iron Curtain The pn .1 economic rather than nnlllh'al Owmaji the MX -week-long disappearance of Mi Vlshlnak) from the Soviet iXJ'l.ination. His deplll 1 .u-ting for urn In International affairs Ha was not present wtUl Molotov, Beria. Porv Bulgsnin 1 al the ft %  Council n .'urnin 11 and 19 What %  %  economic crisis in Russia" Quite %  It was discussed wiih %  The building materials industry was charged With bad manage men; and "failure to develop local Industry" The ftahei •rod molar and tractor industry were condemned for "excessive wastage"; the meat and dairy industry for "poor u.uatity and lack of variety." The chemical, electrical, forestry, building, timber, paper, communications and coal Industries Mnre also censured • Reference was made at the meetings to the "poor organisation 1 of internal trade and "shortages of consumer goods" "Serious failures'* In the construction nt several rata power stations were mentioned Other reports indicate that there Ira ra r lem dtnVurttea in the Ukraine, regarded by the Polit1 1 kaj republic. A deputy chairman of the So. vlct Supreme Council. M. S. 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