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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Wednesday.
July 19,
1950

REDS C

13 Testify —
In St. Philip |
Murder Trial

AST EASTER NIGHT, sometime about 9 o’clock, Liouel

Carter was fatally stabbed, and he collapsed in front
ef the house cf Eugene Ward, a woman who was the mother
of his daughter Malina Ward. In the dock at the Court of
Grand Sessions yesterday Alphonso Brathwaite appeared
charged with the murder of Carter.

Scene of the aifair was the little Blackman said he knew the ac-
village of Ruby in the parisn of} cused. He lived at Sea View about |
St. Philip. The date was April 9.| half a mile away from where he
The deceased, the accused and | lived, When he got on the scene
most of the witnesses are from be-| where deceased was lying, the lat-
tween the village of Ruby and the| ter was just a few feet away from
neerby one of Sea View Eugene Ward's house.

His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor, To Mr. Dear: [ know |
Acting Chief Justice is presiding | Maynard. Her husband is Claude
over the Court. The case for the | Maynard The Maynards were
Crown is being presented by Tm | away that evening attending

|





Louise

F. Fields, acting Attorney General | Service of Song Both of them
and the accused is represented by| came to my shop that evening
Mr. J. S. B. Dear. about 6 to 6.30 p.m. Mr. Maynard

After 13 witnesses had spoken| ‘id not leave when his wife left.
further hearing was adjourned | She left about 7 o’clock. Her hus-
until 10 am, to-day band was there up to the time that

Eugene Carter: A the body was taken away from my
Sea View, St home, |
Lionel Carter When I was called and I went |

labourer of
Philip said: I knew
who was my son,

He was 36 years old. He lived at| out in the direction of Eugene |
my home at Sea View. Ward’s house Mrs- Maynard was |

l remember April 9, this year. I
went at Mr. Blackman’s shop and
bought four cents in extra_strongs,
and I saw my son in the shop.
After leaving there I went to the
Park. While I was at the Park I
got a mesSage as a result of which
I left the Park and returned to Mr
Blackman’s shop. I found Lionel
lying in Mr, Blackman’s place. He

out there. I met her coming from |
the direction of where the deceas- |
ed was. I was coming from my |
home and she was coming towards
me. She was about 40 feet away |
from the deceased when I met her |

1 know Greaves the fisherman.
He inight have come to my shop
en the morning after the 9th of |
April but I do not remember if he
















































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MACARTHUR

TOKYO, July i8

. MERICAN ARTILLERY booming sullenly
T » § .
Inv eshigale | A alone broke the lull along the western front

~ $9 in Southern Korea late to-night as both sides caught

“Sabotage their breath for the next phase of the campaign
: |

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Explosions

G.I’s still ranged along the arc west and north of
all-but-abandoned Taejon, the provisional southern
capital, after having fought invading Cormmunis
PORTSMOUTH, England, almost toa standstill. ‘ soth
July 18, eh









flicted hea hi ine
Ammunition explosion which —} An atlernoon communique from
blasted buildings around Ports- No Of, ers Fesasatch | Arthur’
mouth dockyard last Friday was Toy headquarter estimated
one of a series of naval mishaps . Red battle « [tic in exce
which investigators say may have O row? | of 100 since ti r opened
“etn caused by sabotage © oven * ; The North Korean Army
ntelligence Officers on Monday if heade - : t .
+ Soot , ‘ adquarters claimed to have
pOuant the aid of oe land =~ Forces Killed 1,500 Americans in Kum
Potten erate boas eeicitea: | River action and taken 106
ounters = s , ene ‘ | ; a ss i bean
They asked for information in FOR KOREAN WAR Tite Woruine to six mm. loc
special branch files about suspects | ; ‘ pitas
PICTURE ABOVE shows Louis St. Hill and Bert Toppin playing Dr. A. S. Cao and Lisle Har- a Portsmouth area. Earlier an A spi man for N ee
rison on No. 2 Court at the Belleville Tennis Club yesterday when the Barbados Amateur Lawn Admiralty statement said, “the A “ ANBERR a July adi or a aS se ne ; North
irst gi vossibility of sabotage cannot be Australia, now considerina ad mie = ' ae
Tennis Association held their first games. \Pnied out.” Naval authorities| ional aid for Korea, will not] Korean ‘capital and monitored
: |} would not comment but it is un-}|™Make available any ground forces here as “Fantastic
M | s “7 2 ee ae a. | derstood that investigations cover uch as a special expeditionary Phe Northern radio said that
urde? rial F > ithree recent cases of suspected | force or troops of the British | Communist forces were “now en-
a ih l ul Ol }sabotage in destroyer Two of /Cemmonwealth Occupation Force |] gaged in an encircling movement
: P .o : |the destroyers are said to have] © Japan, it was authoritatively | southward”
s A vy long e lul ns
or ruwy e ‘ ° been damaged at Devonport naval} earned here to-day ‘ Ne a "ey - tt ill 4 a
eo > > ic roKen SUNY iver ine would
. a 2 2 base and the third was at sea But usually well informed |}. one could conjecture
when effects of suspected sabotage ) 1 )
7 ources believed additional aid] peuge orrespondent Edward
OunclL |} became evident | nd euler corres} 1 ur
The Admiralty announced to-} M8ht include more warships and] wijson reported from. hi po
| at, }\italaneraant ay sahnia inte ireraft with the American Forces in the
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 18 night that “unexpected mechanical Meanwhile senior officials of at , ‘aad Scke
ftter the our ’ Cetimings (4 4 Vz. 2 > 2 troubles” had occurred in the ae ; eee : rea There were signs that Nort!
After the -ourt of Criminal W hile Red China Delegale Remains 1,700-ton destroyer Cavendish at| °@St three other COME TSS WSS ft Korea vere building up in the
Appeal quashed convictions Rosyth, Scotland and the “possi- o-day ctigcusding aid to Korea neighbourhood of Yusong eig
against John Thomas and Rahim| . ‘ Y * | billie tae 7 ake as apuld ee ‘be | ollowing an urgent appeal from] ji ijec west of the embattled Tac
Abdool, two men from South} MOSCOW, July 18. ued se ‘

United Nations Secretary-General
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was dead. did. I never had any talk with | Trace murder trial whic h was sent; was today showing keenest interest in the communications | moons es mutts ks ean ted States 24th Division still stood
Next day I went to the mortuary | Greaves about Louise Maynard not | back for re-trial the accused srive| between Marshal Stalin and Indian Prime Minister Nehru, | 100 Ye Ti aTiali Catenien firm before the town and Division-
7 strict “C Balice s there wh Iw he | have taken the matter to the Privy J | ears oO capitals alec al Commander Major General
at District “C” Police Station,| veing there when I went on the Council. The retrial started on{ | Seen-here as running parallel to the conversations of British | f
There I saw Lionel’s body, and I} scene. Talk about the incident was | Souncil. eet ei en eee Ambassador-Sir David Kelly: and S ‘t Deputy Foreign| wg Y * Canada; Military advisers were | William F. Dean said that the
identified the body to Dr. Tappin| all around Ruby Corner on April|Monday morning when corres- Ambassador Sir Vavid Kelly, and Sovie spul DESIES | hight Communism meeting again to-day to discuss | Situation was quiet ce Monday
as that of my son. /10 I might have said to someone |Pondence between Trinidad soli- Minister Andrei Gromyko plans which they can place before American artillery had broken
Mr. Dear asked no questions that deceased had been brought|citors and solicitors in Englan a : nY -, " DETROIT, July 18 their Government. Informed quar up North Korean truck and troop
Aubrey Blackman, 36, a shop-| into my house, but I do not re-|were handed in ta have the mat- | Stalin has told Nehru he wuld support the Svcurity \ proposal that tne United|iers believed the Cabinet might | movements in the are 5
Keeper carrying on business at| member talking with Greaves. {/ter heard by the Privy Council in} (Council mediator in the Korean War so long as the Com-| States should invest more than]}not want to send any ground An Americar ghth Army
; Cc r, St. Phil d, he| did not discuss it with everyone| Forma Pauperis | 1 Ch I 000,000,000 100 pokesman iid th casualties
Ruby Corner, St. Philip, said, he 1ot discuss y s. . munist delegate represented China on the Council. $1,000,000,000,000) in a year} Lroops On ¢ wa —_s .
knew Lionel Carter very well. He| that came inte the shop. There The accused men are to remain | § p Stalin's reply, diplomats hero! fight to rid the world of Commun- Brazil: President Enrico Dutra | had been light within the last 48
used to work at Ruby Plantation} was yeneral conversaffon all|in custody. The men are accused | thou showed that the Soviet Jifâ„¢ Was made to-day by Walter] was holding a Cabinet meeting in hours Many traggler from the
when there was any work there, | around of the murder of shopkeeper Lee- TTL Government preferred to negoti- {Reuther, President of the United] his palace as a result of which he North Korean “mincing mac hine”
and in his spare time he used to Louise Maynard of Ruby St.json in Suchit Trace. | “ / ae sae ! a ae , Auto Workers Union in a letter}may call In general conscription, | had reached their own lines after
Pp 2 4 ate peaceful settlement of the : on : .
help him in the shop. Philip, said she was an agricul- —Can, Press, | artban sroblem within the |‘ President Truman Greece: The Cabinet was me the Kum action
He was at his home on the night| tural labourer about 42 years old { . w I ; He advocated a globular totaljing to consider aid, No offers of a‘
A = N “ aster , | framework of the United Nations » + a splie Ite said that South Korean
of dab abn ttbie aha atm iTtant, Aare a, this Sune faree | PRO? ES7 S Security Council rather than out-| Peace offensive under America's| troops are among the 20 replic forces had successfully counter
returned about 8.45 to 8.50. After| night, April 9, this year, she was|~ — ° . 4 sida the Council through’ offictal |teadership as a “compelling neces-| Trygve Lie has so far received in attacked along (he bast ovat
returning he called a young man| passing through Ruby Tenanatry | — — oa velar sity’ for “democratic survival”, | answer to’ bis plea, according toa ; . : stay
2 ; 9 ta 10 | contact between the Soviet Union spokesman: at Lake Success \ radio message heard here
whom dey. Gaited Crenwaavesne, About i Rare 7 | U.S nd China—alternative sug-;He proposed a worldwide pro-]|Spokesman at Lake from Seoul the fallen South
and both of them left the premises. A Ifftle before she got to ; 4 / S., anc a—a i sug- | oe : e
Seas wane E Ward’s house, she heard : | V7 Py, gestion made by Nehru gramme under nited Nation Argentine President H. Peror Korean capital claimed how-
The next time he saw him it was ihe Onted yn the accused She Oop eeper i Kelly -Gromy ko conversations | sponsorship aid in a speech at Buenos Aires ever that Yongdok the east
about 9,10 o'clock. i ” heard him say: “I arn coming | . 1 |} have now been going for more | He envisaged a huge inter-/ipat his country would adopt in coast rail town 92 miles north
1 ae oe ee oe ee t ne \ rds H LONDON, July 18 | than fortnight. Their content | national enterprise operating from] international politics the attitude of the all-important southeastern
an Se a t rds th out of Eugene Ward's house. I rite hi 55 67 Na wnt Pe ae than a B = vterne i : ‘
man said and I went towards the | d in has sent another not } not been disclosed but thes people world Assembly for] qo i bv her people and should supply base Pusan had fallen to
rec f Eugene Ward’s house am not taking none. If I knew te 5] a thie time oe as not been disclose u 1 ; $e ecicdec ! i | E 4 i a
9: apy f° 25 yards] that you had so much to say . ove us me protest-| are believed to have been|peace” within the United Nations | siways consult the people on im the invaders
ed va ei all Got see abet me, when you put ly (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) bie y a rns y retention explorins the possibility of Each nation would contribut | portant question . The broadcast also claimed tt .
away trom my place, 7 -, M PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 18 ry ugoslavia of German repay veaceful settlement — of the !according to its means to a fund euter capture — of Yangyans evera
" j t > Y I would s ’ ) | peacefu € nen a w to i ! £
there I saw the deceased, Lionel} hands on me just now Twantytwoevear-old ‘hinese|ations goods earmarked { Cores bl | 1 | con- les inland id that advance
ea nh ek 8 sUD< uve known whut to do with T'wenty-two-year-ok Chine ’ 8 = Korean problem foi economic and social con pres ey miles inland and said th
cele gadinbhinns Pe ae per ee come” shopkeeper Sui Tai was found|Albania, according t officiai | a ; . struction”. “The Peoples Assem eannenten ing North Koreans had linked with
peste Bo sarah ep t of Eugene When he said these words he/|dead in his bed by Santa Cruz} Albanian News ren me Peking On Council i bly would chart the course of y 1 H G ts Communist guerillas
Appis. He was in front of E : . > ‘S| “e this r ! his head| received in London fhough Britain and India hav- | action. Military defence would be Colone am Gets In the centre allied bombe
Ward’s house. It is an open front:|had come out of Eugene Ward’s| police this morning with his hea 1 ¢ Bot as
I oul ported his left hand and I|house and he went around above |bettered and his left arm broken Whe) na ve ' , Jing recognised Communist China, | , s | : e liote oted v 1 vere e ere to be , ; . ta Tongpung ow attle “po
told “Greeti to support the right.} the house and went to the front.|It is believed that he was killed Aieaniar ait yy pice: any jt were seen here to be interest-! foreign aid programme would of New S.A, Job Yongpur I ttle re pos
I discovered that the body was not He had come out through the back |soon after he had closed his rum the ar iia. Getarinan he Ti h B Peking represented on| .ource be dwarfed One fina reached here for i € tor,
supported 4 h and I called on| of the house. When she got tu the }.nd provision shop, which is on Reel. a ere Pe security Council, thus ending} purpose however would be total TORONTO, July 18 where action still appeared spor-
supported enoug i ca : na hi om one 1 rae +, | Opened with Chase National Bank United Nations deadlock ahah rt! —Reuter ; : GH tos ile Communist reinforcements
another man, Sonny ‘Taylor, to] front of the house she folm@ him|Cutacupana Road on the way to i Naw ork creak < tH Nehro’s initiative ws disarmamen € Colonel Francis G am, 1 eae nee
give mea hand, The four of us | round there. Out there were her-| Maracas Bay, when he retired athe Gao aes fe N Sax tobe aemeaahions iS te ‘ayes nerly of Neepawa, Manitoba wi re reported 4 Ste aot shar
x as , £e, i =| Carter, ranty Greene | for the zht . ” ae ea | ; ape . ee. ha been named Commander YUN RIU OO Mile oru I on
took deceased to my home. I put} self Lionel Carter, Gran for the night. ux ¢ Belerade to cover tt xtent on the reaction of the * F oe ni Liitnaton
him on the floor of my drawing , and cee aon” a Police did not suspect that the eee a ge ert te Albania | ‘United States Britain, and Russians Advising 2 Ao atest ge Ol “tevrit ‘ e Ur ted Nations Naval unit
g ; ° i pA wi t aroun there accuse! vi ye was robbery although the f , sah d . . . South American east . wy / iited Na is Nava
room and supported his heag with | go _aFOl ; motive was robbery althoug} ae ation got that have] Frante. ’ ' rt : ; huencelient the supply route 4nto Pus
a pillow. I got the impression that | ee eae could not tell }money-drawers were found open- ae 15 in: ilenelatn ports! Sir David Kélly had a 1$«minute N. Korean Troops vith NANG ORESEES, ‘ co ne — ; Cre Stee ee rae
he was dead what he = : ed when making investigations) |. yo47 . gag t th G yko last night. Hel Aires, eeve ’ ; +} Gounter-ahensive wullaue
s a saw 2 sed, r : 7 since 1947 ar if talk with Gromyk ’ eh € ro ares : nouncec ~clay He was named}{Arthu ou }
No Pulse Reaction | I oy f the conpanees Carter, this morning There was some left a dinner party to attend the| WASHINGTON, July 18 nounced to da secretary in 1937] was reported
make a catch at the accused” wit } ; ; e anadian Field Secret n t
“I felt his pulse and temples and ness said. Accused ran into the |c#sh in both drawers, A blood The note added that the gon¢-| Conference after receiving a sud- rhe United States Defence De- Wa tn 1048, Waa appointed: Corn A headquarters spokeaman here
got no reaction ,and I went to Atel oad ~ When he ran into the road |S0aked pillow is the only clue by| were long overdue and demand-|den call at 930 p.m artment announced to-night it] der for Central America anc said that American warsh ps had
Philip's Almshouse and Vee RROnE NA 6 was s‘ill quarrelling, The de-|Which the police is working. The] eq indemnitic fror Yugoslav; A his interview he spent an| had definite information that ci he British West Indie potted three submarines of ur
the Police at District ”, Saad took up his own hat which |police believed that Tai did not Government in respect of tl hour at the Embassy preparing a| san adviset ; YT ae wear a Reuter @ On Page 7
about ten minutes. two policemen {had fallen off when he made the /have time to fight back and sug-| damage caused by dela eport for the Foreign Office inj a ‘certain unit” of the North Kor a eat
arrived: They verified that Carter | 08" > accus "he deceas- sted that the attack was made -feuter, | Londo He declined to disclose} ean army Becap tices
jead. The police van came} cate h at the accused. The de Het 1 Ty I f the talk An arn pokesman id that ‘ " ran
was de 7 - : f sin ° ace where he| while he was sleeping. There was ( ) 1e té An i y 1 é é 4
after, and a man named Arthur ed moved from the pl oe ee a i “hg ie fee x * the bed to mn his return to the Embassy,|information had been received ay ft | rouble
t a? » body Was standing up and went to the!/no disarr ingement o » ‘ i 1 : j oes -i that between ten and twenty Rus- ? J
assisted the police to put the bod) On Page 3 gest that there was a struggle poke to rench Ambassador 1 1 e e wn nw
gn Psd @ On Page 3 uggest that there was a struggle. ; Chateigneu, who was among] Sians were with the unit
torthe van Tai who is also known as “Shorty e e 7 : oa Sane : nie "s He id it val not known
-———— had ly been living in that dis- ; € ( els gue at the Ambassador's al < v a"
iad only been g ir f ri in , aa arty in honour of the| whether the ere wearing Rus- > ng / 2m a
e | trict for three = he lived sritish Fore Office British] Sian uniforms This is the first en € ( Ss d C¢ USE ,
. i | e and his only companion 1 ll t O \ te John Nichols conferred] confirmation we have had that this
© ‘Day Ss O; Ise ) altio V - cat ae ae _ I u epor n h United States Minister Coun-| situation exists’ He said “as far he
jrved from China in 1939 anc f sellor Walworth Barbour who was] 4S we know they are advisers.’ p
: 1 | s¢ ) alw arbou vas al . NUP pE NATIONS ' ' ) t
9 9 only relative here wac« an aunt M u ‘ ‘I < Ik a wie the sd A porter asked how the Army THE UNITED NATIONS
" He came from Kwantung, Hong} i Ooscow a | kne about the Russian Had 3alkans today asked United Natior mecretary-General
i ‘ : galKans today as
‘Kong. No arrest has been made Indian Approach iny been captured? The officer ~ a resol to draw ttention of men
q : , . : rygve Lie in a resolution to draw a
yet LONDON, Jul 18 omy ke immons to Sir} replied: “no comment He also 7&5 ‘ C ad : wna? |
‘orei f | | 5 le sive » . ber states to statements in the om ri l
A British Foreign Office spokes- | David Kelly followed Stalin’s reply| declined to give any idea of the . : init
N ; ; tre ; ‘ arty that Brita 1 the nite
7 99 : asd man said to-day that Br tain had|to Nehru on Saturday and may| size of the unit to which the ad- the Greek Communist Par
. an sa é at € . ! é ; - 4 \ Vf
“We Die Or Conquer Together MACARTHUR | received a full report of Ambas-| have related to points raised in the x ers wert oe rhe United States were expanding Gieek rig: ed OU
ador Sir David Ke'ly’s talks last}Indian approach to the solution of] States has militar idviser ith to 500,000 to invade Albania and Bulgari
| ed ; \ For. F4 are mM the South Korean Army in addi- . oye ,
° night with Russian Dey Fo the Korea problem 1 ‘ The )
—Churchill EXTENDS BAN ce gn Minister Andrei Gromyko Sir David Kelly's conversafiofits von to are! ican troops fighting in disrestar
: e the third in the past fortnight.| Korea —Reuter. “ 1 statements be attemr
| | i
LONDON, July 18. | On Papers | He said “the discussions were| Throughout the discussion he fa Ginihons Al e et een
> j Y ‘ > > ‘lared at an ja continuation of earlier talks conferring with the United 6 4 , Sind? at at .
PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee declarec f isul TOKYO, July 18. |. Gromyko.” but would give and French Ambassadors, India Gets W heat | ; ad. | Gommunfaue
Australian Club dinner here tonight that the days of isvla-| General MacArthur. Allied Com-/ io further informatior has kept the Indian Ambassa- /C oc | ‘The Communique id
Linge hase ees “long past”. In the past there were days When |mander in Japan today ordered] fully informed of develop- From Ar rentina resolution stat :
het aes happening in Korea was far away from what |that the one-month’s ban on ¢ om-\ The spokesman emphasised that| ments. — * Are ‘ A of; ‘ re’ terms tt
what was ae pe Eu ‘ope “But experience has taught usjrmunist newpapers imposed OM! steps taken by Pandit Nehru and Official viet _ News Agency NEW DELHI | XC sang ; mentioned
was happening in Burope. : yer {June 26 should continue indetin-|the Gromyko-Kelly talks were! Tass to-day published the ex- sand : a | of truth
; r > wor nay be follower | os es : ce : India will get 156,000 mot
that aggression in one part + ai epiata itely jlentirely separate matters. Nc | change eae. PON ORE STACI ots oF wheat trom the At LONDON, July 18 Greek A
r¢ ress i sy parts, he sald. Police yesterday raided several) .gnsultation or co-ordinegon ha I Sovi eade sna as a ei es ( 3 7 3 : substantially reduce ind
by Steen aes acaae there are on the supreme issue, nate Mosat ECommunist Partyinewen Piste: between gern ets Nehru’s approach suggested] (1! year i SRA £00 B00 1 ANS. et ZOCANg tn BL: represt te ode
“ wie att Har Prime Minister! we shall act as one and stand committee offices and newpapersi Indian Governments: he said. T that the Korean conflict might boar i avenw * eed 1s of the London Stock | for the defence of ¢
of the Australian el . Y : re shall ¢z P or -e om oe case oe . . Pr = ie > © “ae ee ati earned here today hangs to-day Vi rete a
e sbert Menzies that “the senti-| together, and we shall all die o put out by these committees were! Brit'sh Government was not tak be resolved if the ommunist ink tha See medias ee tee PR oad v fa I 1 at ; Speyer a,
* ire us throu*hout | conquer har a jing anv initiative in the Unitec representative took China’s seat les v oat p ry t absence of fur fini here=t iy
RNS eee eee alth ‘give The cause is far above any-|0anne ‘ ‘ ; war kako ‘ee ir ( of en the Security Council, Stalin c earlie seal to exchange |shocks from Korea , the Ur I
he British c rwewuilh & ait . ° stic ommunis wspa} Né on t ‘ : ih : e > % 1 300.000 r of wheat a 100 | reporte effort : 1
the Brit RAS ae “fs thing of party or _domesti The Communi newspaper} Nat or Sr meee. 4 oe Me in his reply weleomed Nehru’s | 300.0! f 5,006 in —
us a positive answer to Commun-|thing = Of pans soc vith it, as|Asgzhi said recently that 109 Com-, Communist China The poke “nesceable initiative” S t f jute goods ther: fs an tals to end the dispute acti ‘ ‘
an + belief | politics, and carries v ’ Pr i “pee aren cane hilite of | peaceable initiative’ and said I ; a
ist conceptions and in my F we all believe, the salvation and|munist publications were regis-! r an a ided that the io ib i | he shared the view that the] option clause in the contract that f othe a Am
iney will win progress of the whole huma‘|tered at the Japanese Attorney) another Kelly -C 0 meetir Council with five great powers,| [ndia if necessar oule ask for,. There was however no step; fal a i
Grav race.’ General's Office should not be ounted including Communist China re heat chang for jute up of activity owing to normal |?" ; ‘e
Mr, Wir bon Chiat ‘hill told the Union —Reuter. | Reuter | @ on page 8 ZOOL —. cuter ! tive influence | ; vik Alba
searcninte - Tt is a grav > position Mr. Churchill said he felt sure | oe Oi dae re i ; me down d eff: ara or ert eae
co g ws e 2 sere Be Me: es’ presence at this timé ( price Sut there was ne ~i : I * ,
in which we find pateelss oe M mm . aie elpful Though i ony real setback ‘ ; : ee
men 1 the story f the would \ : . . 1 ri Sta
moment ir he ni Ory of ar (tien present had differences, e e ba Matin Commtiiaue
orld in which great tension ¢ alata eel them were Later in the day oil share dated + ( nitte
Shel aha iecor v's iasrcneSs'oo ist | WOE Information Leaked To Moscow «3's | ees
pore fer or ny a segee et ee : « bonds there was broad adv t ae ‘a fre
going to be easec a It is difficult to tread the path n Germa and Japanese , nt i re:
“All we >, - ao an . Pe thi k that has to be trod Mr. Churchill © e © ° moved ubstantially higher , _ hict od
culties is for everyon? to think jaded “Many difficulties arise l tn “i “Si ¥ OUTS e Cea Se though interest in the latte na Sons at daotaiee
Of aes a Cer. oa ae but once the Government of a e Ps * © egan to wane towards the : ‘ Reuter
de it wes > poet e Saco ee great country acts for mé the ' : ae scoercaiapiania
c 3 Re Niod a oe = Pra sike of seeking pc emery 4 great NEW YORK, July 18 ordering these militar easug A m said the leak concerned of Northern Form: ‘ oC Maer cat tae: S ee N
Minister of strong support for y | evil impends upon the Sta Newspaper columnist Robert S. information w in the is of er directing Air Forces te Shin osest t 100 al | oatnned Amang Indust BRAZIL WILL HELP U
step he: ook “in accordance with Therefore an ) glad to hear} Allem reported today that Ameri- Moscow and Ching Communist et er squad- mile rom Formosa. The others Ve a vere shen. t6 advan ss :
the broa? scene uf which We | that the Prime Minister expressed|can Defence Department authori- “Counter-Inte flicia thre mall islands near are within 200 mile f were | | fe ases. but. eleewh stat? ' .
re all ; i himself most fully that it was the|ties were “gravely disturbei ett still , ' : , catia oe ma i tad ceria bi Pn AB the ecti there were
Hé ad One thing I am ab-|resoive of the British Government}|a_ series of eC eak oun it en paternal } bate AO aR Ae. © Japanese during the After ly ‘ onal f
lute of — whatever are/to stand closer with the United |involving vital American defence on ngton o1 nosa ’ S reper TH _ sta: tow 1 sellers appeared in , it
he isior f the British Com-| States in the joint organisation of | for Formosa : He wrote ’ ispect the he s : : is fact and the closeness of rv ind these closed mainly |torea usual :
monwealth, and whatever are the|the United Nations on the great In the Washington Despatch latter because Chiang Kai Shel The re Shima, the islands make them a po = ee _ vs : oe here to-day
visions in the English-speaking | issues which are now presented to} Allen said that within 36 ho forces are know } Bl higaki of ful defensive factor for Formosa”, aay ohaaee, iV 4 here t m barat
world, whatever interr al divisions! 3." —Reuter. of President Truman ecretary combed with Coramunist agent i group to the east Allen wrote. —Beuter, a j L



PAGE TWO

Caub (Calling

MACARTHURS TREE







THIS LOOKS LIKE the Palm in your back garden. It's not. It’s in the

sronnds “f the Barhados Musenm ond it is a military Palm. At least that
8 what the name Psychosperma Macarthurii suggests

UITE a gay crowd ¢ it

the Club Morgan over he
week-end, and well over two
hundred people must have been
there on Saturday night

Mr. Winston Marson entertain
ed a.large party for dinner,
which included _ the wedding
group of the Haynes-Simmonds
wedding

Mr. and Mrs. ‘Bill’ Stuart en-
tertained another party for d.n
ner, among whom were T.C.A
officials from Canada

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dow-
ding, Mr. and Mrs. ‘Bill’ Mus-
grave, and Major and Mrs. M
Skewes-Cox, were celebrating the
oceasion of Mr. Dowding’s birth-
day.

Among the diners were Col
and Mrs. ‘Dick’ Vidmer, Mr. and
Mrs. “Tommy” Edwards, Mr. J
R Edwards and many other
visitors

The music was good and the
dance floor was always crowded
Among those seen were Miss Lucy
Mestier, Mrs. Hilda Wardrop,
Mr. and Mrs Donald Seott,
Hon. V. C. Gale, Mr. and Mrs.
Trevor Gale, Mr. Michael Lynch,
Mr. Winston Ward and Mr. Ar-
thur Pile with a group from the
Paradise Beach Club. Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Redfern entertained a
party of four and there were
many other.

B.D.C. Chatter
ARIB hears that the Barbados
Dramatic Club has so many
members that it is thinking of
giving a series of one act plays
every two months or so. The idea








is to give new ta i chance
to bloom without tt pain of un-
dergoing three acts at the Empire
Theatre in a maiden appearances
Boys and girl are joining
every day and the first one act
play will be g.ven soon, Carib

hopes.

“Fortnight of Sundays’’

Ww°* have often heard of a
y “month of Sundays’. Well

Mi Stewart Allan i literall
having a “fortnight of Stnday
in Barbacdc

He is a Government Surveyor

out from England, with the Brit
ish Guiana Government. A short
while ago he went into the bush
surveying, and was gone fifteen
weeks. On his return he was told
that fourteen Sundays were ow-
ing him, so he had better take
a fortnight’s holiday. So Mr
Allan decided to come to Barba

BY THE WAY —#

A’ a hastily convened meeting
last night Dr. Smart- Allick
said that the only way to retrieve
all the money lost to the new ma-
tron at cards was for one of the
masters to marry her. It was then
discovered that 19 masters had
had this idea and acted on it
They had all been refused In
the course of the meeting, word
was brought that a senior boy had
won £146 from the matron, “That

boy,” said the Headmaster, ‘“de-
serves to be head of the school and
Captain of Cricket avd Football.”
“Perhaps she just | him win to
allay our fears,” ested a his-



tory master Sn Allick then
announced that he intended to
have one more try, and he prom-
ised to use every trick he knew
He then nt for the matron. By
the time she arrived he had “pre-
pared” his own special pack of
ards, and the table was ready fox
the contest





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LOPILLO

dos and is a guest at Cacrabank
He has also been in the Palestine
Police Force

Soldiers’ Church

ae of the Barbado
Regiment already know tha
the crest of their parent unit t!

Leicester Regiment hangs on thé
wall of St. Patrick’s Church in
Jemmotts Lane, but few people
except Carib, know the names of





all the Regiments commemorated

there, Here they are:—

The Shropshire Light Infantry,
The Royal Sussex Regiment, Th«
East Kent Regiment, The Bed-
fordshire Regiment, The Royal
Scots Fusiliers, The Loyal Nort
Lancashire Regiment, The Con
naught Rangers, The York and
Lancaster Regiment, The North

Staffordshire Regiment, The Roy- ,

al Seots, The Leicester Regiment,
The Prince of Wales Leinster
Regiment, The Royal Berkshire
Regiment, The West Riding
Regiment, The Royal Irish Regi-
ment, and The East Yorkshire
Regiment
Returning Home
ISS Trixie Hollaway who for
the past two years has
been Games Mistress at Codring-
ton High School, left yesterday
morning for Dominica by B.G
Airways. There she will join a
ship which will take her to Ire
land which is her home. A cou-
ple of the High School Mistresses
and Mrs, Geoffrey Manning were
at Seawell to see her off

With the
“New York Times”’

ISS Barbara Cromk left yes
terday morning to join he
friend Mr Dorothy Williams in
Puerto Rico. Over five weeks ag
they left New York for the We
Indie Mrs. Williams is doing a
series of Travel Articles for the
“New York Times” and Mi
Cromk is helping her with re-
search work. Together they have
already visited San Juan, St
Thomas St Croix, Antigua
Guadeloupe, Martinique, Trini
dad and Tebago, They are not
Mi Cromk told Carib doing

anything on Barbados, as alréady
s0 much has been written about
it in American magazines How-

ever”, she said, “after reading
about it and although we were
not doing any article on your
island, I just couldn't resist see-
ing it for myself.”

They expect to be in New York
in a week's time

The Suet Roundabout

PWARFE inc:latigable Chriie Suet
i has an alternative’ pian for
making motor-cars mobile again

He would provide London with a
gigantic roundabout, with roads
leading out of it all round. To
get anywhere, the motorist would
have to go round in front so as to
come back and drive in behind
Every road leading out it, and

every road leading back to the
roundabout would go round in
front of the road behind The
traffic lights would be distributed
so as to make points of intersec-

tion correspond with the places at
which the main by-roads from
the roundabout lead back to it
except in cases where two roads
leave the roundabout in the same
direction, after crossing each of
the roundabout would go round
behind the road in front of other
at a point where the t the two corre-



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beach. This Bayadere linen
jerkin by Marcel Rochas is
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Left Yesterday
JOE BROWN



Company in Venezuela,
been holidaying in Barbados sinc ce
July 6th left yesterday afterno,.
for Trinidad by B.W.1.A.
to Venezuela

With T.C.A.—Toron

R. ALLAN MAY,
from Canada

. is with the Maintenance

in Toronto.

Leaves Trinidad Today

CH — ES McENEARNEY,
» frequent visitor
o cts to a ave
York. to join ais
1 visit to her who arrived
John McEnearney

Vv isiting Her Brother
Ww INIF RED

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for only one week he is staying at

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in atré ansit an “the US _ANDY DUARTE
She is goin g to Brooklyn to stay

j/aterman whom she ‘hasn't seen
She expects
vay for about six months
For Actors

very strange



morning by
! intransit from Venezuela
wife and family arrived here ove
the week-end, and he
join them for a week or ten day
' Y are staying at the Paradis:
Beach Club.





c
enthusiasm is ortels stronger than

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> playing ina fine orchestra

w hose individuai
to the best
advantage in some \great bravura
overshadows

wi 00 od soloists

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WEDNESDAY, July 19 1950

7 am. The News; 7.10 a.m News |
is; 7.15 a.m Jane Eyre; 7.0)
a.m. Michael Krein Saxophone Quar

Anal



tet: 7.45 a.m. Generally Speeking

a.m. From the Editorials; 8.10
Programme Parade; 6.15 a.m. Pipe
D 8.30 a.m. BEC Welsh Orc
tra; 9 a.m. Close Down; 12 noor
News; 12.10 p.m. News Anal) 12






p.m. Musie for Dancing
Week Talk; 1.15 p.m. Radic









1.30 p.m, The World of ement;
pt The News 210 Pp Hon
New from Britain 2.15 p Spor
Revie 20 pm Fred Hartiey and
tis. c: 3 pm. BBC & mphon
Orchestra; 4 p.m The New 41
p.1 The ie 4.1 p.t
Musie fror i; 6 po
cordeon Ir p.0 Pro
gramme Parade 5 p.m Light

Music; 6 p.m. Jane Eyre; 6.15 p
The Piano for pleasure 6.30 p

Love from Leighton Buzzard; 7 pr
The News; 7.10 p.m, News Analysis
7.15 p.m. Indian Art talk by Rona
Moody, the Jamaican Sculptor; 7 |
p.m. Generally Speaking; & poi Radic

Newsreel; 8.15 p.m. Mid Week Talk
8.20 pm. Band of the Royal Horse
Guards: 6.55 p.m. From the Editorio

9 p.m. Music from Grand Hotel; 93
p.m. Land and Livestock; 10 p.m The
News; 16.10 p.m Intertude; 10.15
p.m. Here's Howard; 10.45 p.m Ster-
jing Value; 11 p.m. From the Third

Programme.



, Aboriginal Paintings

James Cant, in the BBC pro-



zZ! enlled “Meet the Corm-
m ith,” spoke redently of
the practised by a tribe ot

Australian aboriginals. This is

ugitive in the extreme, for the
artists do their paintings on
the earth itself before an im-
portant religious ceremony and
when the ceremony is over they
cestroy the picture. The huge
paintings, some five hundred
square feet in size, are always
connected with tribal mythology
and the ceremony that takes



any groups of concentric circles
arranged along it on one side
On the other side of the line are
men’s footprints on q background
f yellow clay studded with
white stones. The black line, so



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Cant explained, is the path
the Rainbow Serpent, symbol

creation, the circles represent
mountains and also the camps
where the serpent stayed on his
journeys. The footprints are
those of the first man who trail-—
ed the Rainbow Serpent, caught
and wrestled with him = and
forced him to reveal the magic

seerets of life.

Another type of aboriginal



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“UNDER MY SKIN”
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Extra: 1 Reel Short
“THE BATTLE FOR
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19,

1950



Monkeys Are Happy
But The Lake [Is Dry

THE Official Gazette of
Park $24 was spent for
tor the upkeep of ‘pl a
and $293.97 for repairs to the

NewBandstand _-
For Garrison

HE FOUNDATION
new Band i
rison Savann:
Over 60



for
St t



rkmen







on this Stand and it is yped
it will be erected in time for
Mid-Summer Mectin vhi
only a few weeks off
An entire set of ele e wi
is also being done to the G
Sse eas Is and this be
erriea out by Mr. } ] Jackr
Mr Kenneth Corbin Trac
Manager at the Sav
the “Advocate” ye that the
new Band Stand will he five feet
in diameter bigger than the old
ill | et r nin
wl Poli Ban
MUNU MENT ai the Gar-
rison, Which was erected t&
fourteen soldiers, and a married
woman of the 36th Regiment has
been given a cleaning, These
people died by the destruction of

the Barracks and Hospital during
the Hurricane on August 11,
and the monument was erected by
privates and non Commissioned
Officers of the Corps.

The grass plot around this mon-

1831,











ument is always kept in a tidy
condition and it is a bright spot
in the scenery around tl area
of the Garrison.
DRAIN is also being erected
to throw off water which
settles at a certain spot on the
newly erected sand track
Last race meeting the First Day
Races had to be postponed be-
cause 1 fell and a quantity of
water settled on the track near
the Four Furlong Pole but Mr
Corbin tid yesterday that thi
has been remedied to a certain ex~
tent and is not likely to recur.
He said that the amount spent to
remedy this was about £500.
EOPLE WHO HAVE galva-
nised palings around their
houses with part of the paling
running alongside the road suffer
greatly because of urchins as
well as some men and women
who, while passing, drag their
bands along the paling
One resident of Dayre
found a way to remedy th
bold letters this resident has wri
ten above the _ paling

Paling.”
SCHOOL
will take place

at the Comber~

Scrape On The Galvanise
HE COMBERMERE
Speech Day
today at 2.30 p.m
mere Hall. His Excellency the
Governor and M Savage will
be attending and the Presentatior
of Prizes and Certificates will take
place
The Police Band under
C. E. Raison will be in
from 3.30 to 5.30 p.m
SHOW will be given by the





Captain
attendance






Mobile Cinema at Bennetts
Plantation yard, St. Thomas, to-
night for the benefit of residents
of the Redman’s and Hall’s Village
area

R. K. M. B. SIMON will give

a Lecture at 8 o’clock tonight
at Y.M.C.A all on “Dia-
bete This is rt of the
Pharmacy Week Programme and
a Film Show will be given on
Friday.

At 7 o'clock tonight there will
also be a Music Cla at the
‘Y.M.C.A

NYONE STANDING in. the

court yard of District “A’
yesterday morning would have
heard, children’s voices accor
panied by the Police Band singing

and Glory.”

and fifty boys ar
girls from Wesley Hall and
Mary’s Schools lined up on Dis-
trict “A” parade square were
practising for a concert which wil!
be held at Combermere School
on Friday beginning at 4.30 p.m

“Land of Hope
Two hundred










LIGHT,
COOL

AND
REFRESHING

ASK



the upkeep of the water
, $218.04



Kod Label \

July 10

shows that at ran 's
mill, $81.7

for feeding the elites
Lake.
A poe around the Park by

erday

ve disclosed that
ts of the bed of the Lake







re Saceeniy repaired but it is
till dr A quantity of dry and
ree aves, a few stones and a
mi 1ount of water from re-
ccnt rains was all that the Lake
tained.
the animals that are
é there are four rabbits,



two mon-
a powee,

guinea pigs,
» peacocks and







4 and a few land turtles
onkeys were in a very
od yesterday They
r € seer their pota-
nm nny antic
i used ers
Wate here was no
ing water but the fan
vir dily in the wind
en the y r leaves the mill it
mped a boiler and from
1 rib © the Park toilet
Dine toile ere automatically
flushed and the water comes
hrough about every five minutes
to do this
Mr. Preston Beckles, who has
been head gardener of the park
for the past eight years, described
some of the plants Among the
plants are heath, king of flowers,
salvias, holly hawks of various
colours, tube roses, snap dragons
while in the Fernery there are
pink orchids, Harrison's wate or
lilies, a variety of palms,

princess
ferns, maiden-hair fern, anthurium

lilies and many others. There are
also two lily ponds that do not
contain water.

In charge of these plants is Mr

Beckles. He has bee *n working at
Queen's Park from the time he
xv as a boy. He was there when
fr Turney was Superintendent

and can remember when the Lake
carried a small boat which carried
visitors for a trip around the
fountain. At that time there were
many flowers around the Lake and



the Fe rnery was much larger and
contathed many more ferns and
orchid ;



Sugar, Rum
Tamarinds For
Montreal

Two thousand tons
is being loaded on
“Canadian Challenger”
port to Montreal,

The “Challenger”
ing of this
yesterday.

It will also take 64 barrels of
tamarinds, 200 cartons of rum
and 10 empty cylinders for
Montreal. 30 puncheons and 12
half barrels of molasses will be
taken tor Sorel and 309 punch-
eons, 160 barrels and 300 cartons
of molasses for Quebec.

For St. John, the “Challenger”
will load 458 puncheons, 594
barrels and 182 half barrels off
molasses along with 795 cartons.

of
the
for

sugar
old
ex-

began
cargo on its

load-
arrival















of rum.

Loading of the “Challenger”
is expected to be completed on
Friday when it will leave port
tor > Lucia.

1 vessel will take more
Sattanaee at St. Lucia before
going on to Canada.

Under the conductorship of
Ca C. E. Raison the school chil-
dran will sing popular traditional
tur
D ‘RICT “A” Police court

yard was crowded yesterday

morning with people as the Sec-
ond Murder Trial started

The Police had a busy time keep-
ing the yard clear The most
trying moment came when the
erowd tried to catch a glimpse of
the prisoner while he was being
carried into the Court. Only one
woman was moved by the scene.
She cried



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PHILIP MURDER TRIAL

from page 1
side of the road. Accused came
right down the road and I only
saw him take his hand and bring

it down on deceased shoulder. As
he did that he started to run
“Evelyn Shepherd said, with an

oath “Phonso,

run,”

come back, don't
Deceased started to follow
accused after accused began
un. Just as deceased go to
corner of Eugene Ward's house
he turned back, and when he got

to
the

to Eugene Ward’s door he fell
sown,
“Granty Greene said, ‘Lionel,

what are you doing with yourself?
Greene left where he was stand-
ing up and went to deceased. He

put both hands underneath his
hands and tried to raise him. He
did it twice, and on neither occa-
sion was the deceased able to

help himself
Went For Help

“After I saw that déceased
could not get up I went myself
to help raise him. I went to him
and called him three times by
name, but he made no answer
I tola Greene to lift him up and

earry him to Mr. Blackman, and
I left at the same time to go
and call Mr. Blackman whose

home is not far away from where
it happened.

When I got there Blackman was
inside. He came out immediately
and before I could tell him any-
thing he came outside, At the
same time Greene came up and
told him what had happened, and
asked him to go and assist with
the deceased, Blackman went to
the scene and he Greene and three
others lifted up deceased and car-
ried him to Blackman’s house

“By this time the accused had
left with Shepherd Shepherd
said, “Carter playing he drunk;
but he is not drunk; is a part
he is playing.”

To Mr. Dear: Claude
ts my husband. I live
He and I went out together
evening We went to
Church at about 4 p.m.
remained in Christ Church until
about 6 or 6.30 p.m. In return-
ing, I stopped at Mr. Blackman
a little time and then I went
home. My husband went home
with me.

I got home about 8 o'clock and
1 remained home doing some fish

it

Maynard
with him,
that

Christ
and we

While I was doing this my hus-
band passed. He had been home
with me and then he had gone

back out. He passed saying that
he was going into the Park and
I told him not to go. After he
passed, 3} followed him to prevent
him from going into the Park.
lt was py following him that I
heard of this transaction.

When these events took place
my husband was down in front
of Blackman’s shop, when I went
to call Blackman to assist with
the deceased. From where I live
to Blackman’s shop is about 300
yards (Indicates) I did not shout
at my husband when I was fol-
lowing him, because I knew that
as a rule he would stop at Black-
man’s shop before going into the

Park.
A Few Rums

I did not want him to go into
the Park because he had gone ||
out already and he was not
natural .By that I mean that he
had in a few rums. I felt that he
would disgrace himself. I do not
mind him getting tight if he is|
at home. I feel more comfortable
then, |

Where I live is a tenantry. I}
going to Blackman’s shop I pas
Eugene Ward's house. I saw in|
accused coming out of Ward’s bac’:
coor, I had to pass to the front
of the house to step into the road.
T have to pass to the back ani
then to the front in order to get
into the road. I did not know
to ‘whom the accused was talk-
ing when I first heard him.

Deceased’s hat fell off when he
made a grab at the accused. The
accused then ran off a little way



SOMETHING

THAN

BETTER |
|

into the road. It was at that time
that the deceased took up his hat
and put it on his hdad. The
accused came back into the road

and he and the deceased were
then in close contact Deceased
was facing above and he and ac-

cused were standing face to face.

The accused struck the blow
and ran off and the deceased ran
behind him The deceased only

ace a few steps, and then turn-
ed back. Just as he turned back
he fell down. Shepherd and the
accused left together.

Deceased and I used to speak to
each other just like anyone else.
He used to work in Blackman’s
shop sometimes He has never
riven me anything from the shop.
We used to quarrel each time f
went to the shop.

The night of the 9th of April
was dark. If you were accus-
tomed to anyone you would know
them. There are no street lamps
out there, When I saw the accused
hit the deceased I was standing

up very near, Appia, Greene and
Shepherd were further off. IT
cannot remember who was_ the

closest of those three. My atten-

tion was more on the deceased
and the accused than on the
others.

No Discussion

I am sure that I was out there
that night. I did not go to Black-
man’s shop next morning. I saw
him next day. I know a fisher-
man named Greaves I had no
conversation with Greaves cor-
cerning this transaction, I did not
discuss this case with anyone at
Mr. Blackman’s shop on the Mon-
day morning.

Maynard recalled said: When I
went into the road and saw what
I have related T had no knife with
me. T had nothing in my hands.

Dr. L. S. Tappin, who on the
10th of April was acting Police
Medical Officer @f District “F”,
said that on that date he per-
formed a post mortem examination
on the body of Lionel Carter of

District “C”. He performed it at
about 12.20 p.m. The body was
identified by his mother, Eugene

Carter

The deceased was about 35
years of age. He had been dead
about 12 hours. The body was

that of a well nourished, well de-
veloped man. He was lying ona
table in the mortuary with his



Aboriginal Paintings

@ From Page 2

painting is on me interior of
caves and this too is of mystical!
or religious significance. The
paintings are usually of single
figures, rain gods, who are also
the ancestors of the tribe. The
figures are completely abstract,
the heads consisting of circles,
the hair and beards of radiating
lines to symbolise rain, while
the bodies are reduced to a.few
straight lines. The places on the



cave walls that these figures
sccupy are considered to be
“very serious magic” and are








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head and upper extremities in ay
pool of about three pints of blood. |




Blood was 00:

from both nos-|
trils,

|






Externally,” said Dr. Tappin

“I found bra of the outer
nea ot r inkle. There
was an incised ind on the outer |
surrace of the right thigh about
two inches long, cutting through



the skin and the soft parts. This
wound was caused by a sharp
edged instrument, and the clothes

vering the wound were cut
t rough.

“There was 4 stab wotind in the
back helow the left shoulder
biade between the fifth and sixth
ribs about half an inch wide and

three inches deep. This wound
was causecl by a shurp edged in-
siruiment The clothes were also

cut through. THere was no bleed-
ing from this wound,

“Inteitially, the thoracic cavity
was filled with blood and several
large blgod clots, The lower lobe

of the left lung was collapsed, and
there Was a stab wouhd on the
vuter surface of the lower lobe
This wound was opposite to the
external wound between the fifth
and sixth ribs as already men-
tioned,

“Both Jungs were pale and an-
aemic, The heart was normal. In
the abdominal cavity all the or-
sans were tiormal and healthy
with the exception of the stomac
which was filled with blood that
had been swallowed. I dissected
the scalp and removed the skull

p and found that the brain sub
Rance and the membraties cover-
ng the brain were in a normal
condition.

“I found a fracture of the fourth
cervical vertebrae, This is in the
neck That in my opinion was
caused by a heavy blow or fall
In my opinion death was due to
shock and haemmorhage from the
stab Wound to the lung and the

other injuries
“In my opinion death would
have ensued in about four to five

inutes after the infliction of the
tab wound to the lung. After the
infliction of that wound a person

would collapse in a couple of
seconds

I saw the accused on April 12
at District C Police Station ano
I examined him I found no
marks of violence on his body

To Mr. Dear: The anemia of

the lungs could have been caused;

by loss of blood following the
wounds
To the Court: [ think the two

have to be locked
them to get
lung that

parties would
together for one of
the stab wound to the

@ On Page 7

only approached by _ selected
members of the tribe. Other
paintings on the rock walls have
been made by the aborigines for
their own amusement. One rep
resented a man on a horse but
as the artist had never seen 4a
horse the animal he drew wats
very like a _ kangaroo. These
were only a few of the examples
cited by the speaker, who hoped
that his remarks would stimu
late interest in painting that ts
strange and distinct as Australia
itself and which he described
“an expression of g race that
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1950



Young Women

THE strenuous and laudable efforts
made recently in this island to revive the
Young Women’s Christian Association are
not without significance and promise great
benefit to the community in general. The
need for such an institution has been long
felt. The sponsors of the Association can
rely on public support for their energies.

An Association is not necessarily a place
where women and girls gather merely to
join in discussions although these are in-
evitable, but its influence on home life and
womanhood can be of inestimable benefit
to young people. Institutions for women,
few as they may be, have proved their
worth. The Girls Industrial Union is an
outstanding example of what can be
achieved by perseverance and hard work.

The falling away from moral and relig-
ious standards which was most perceptible
during the years between the two wars has
not been arrested.

Gaiety and pleasure seeking derived from
club life has been enjoyed at the expense
of the more endurable things. The ambi-
tion to return to paths of rectitude can be
assisted by a Y.W.C.A. concerned with the
full development of Barbadian women.

But it is not the collection of large funds,
or the erection of a huge building which
really constitutes the founding of a
Y.W.C.A. The essential part of the work
is to get the idea spread throughout the
length and breadth of Barbados. The “get
together” of women and girls of all ages for
the purpose of disseminating useful infor-
mation and the exchange of visits by those
of outlying districts and the City would
bring its own reward,

Because a Y.W.C.A. does not end ata
building it does not however mean that
there should be no financial support for the
movement. Gifts of money are essential to
enable the founders to maintain an associa-
tion at a level where the chill wind of wel-
fare patronage cannot cramp its ideals of
fellowship and good companions. And the

appellation “christian” need not scare away
those who fear any sanctimonious atmos-

phere. The christian standard and the
obedience to moral obligations remain the
only safeguards for civilisation in a dis-
islands has a tendency to inflate the ego of
tracted work-a-day world. The women of
Barbados of every walk of life must now
regard it their solemn duty to support the
efforts now being made to give a Young
Women’s Christian Association the start
it deserves. They can best do this by join-
ing the association.

Travel Is Education

BEFORE the last war enterprising
schoolmasters conducted groups of West
Indian schoolboys to Europe on holiday
tours. The last of these tours was inter-
rupted by the imminence of war in 1939
and many Barbadian boys remember to this
day how they were suddenly brought back
from the Continent.



To-day it is time for the revival of school-
boy tours. Visits during the summer holi-
days to neighbouring British and other
West Indian territories, and visits to the
United Kingdom would help so much to
enlighten the young. Education in small
islands has a tendency to inflate the ego of
the individual to a point where deflation
can only be practicable if the individual
sees his own small problems in the light of
the greater whole. Both within and without
the Caribbean there is need of emphasis on
education through travel.

Caribbean tours having been instituted
it might be easier then to revive the tours
to Europe or to Canada or to other parts of
the Empire and the world outside. Then
lessons learnt in text books will cease to be
so many words to be learnt from memory
and the peoples of other lands, their cus-
toms and habits will become living real-







My Bernard Wicksteed

ONE of the things I’ve always
wished to do on my travels was
to put up for the night at a
monastery. One on a mountain
for. preference. You know the
sort of thing—kindly old bald —
headed monks and St. Bernard
dogs with barrels of brandy under
their chins.

At one time all the best travel-
lers managed to get themselves
benighted near some monastery,
where they found sanctuary from
olizzards, robbers, or the howling
wolves at their heels

But nowadays when you travel
by Viking or Skymaster you are
hardly ever succoured by monks
Instead of dining with some _ jolly
Nd abbot at the end of the day
you are whisked away to some
®.0.A.C, hostel or a marble hotel
where the wolves are all inside,
sitting around the bar

In a misty sea...

THE monasteries are still there
ff you look down trom your plane
you will see them clinging to the
mountains as they have done since
whe Middle Ages.

There’s one somewhere near
Vichy, which is bang on top of a
mountain, and sometimes as you
fly by it is standing above the
ciouds like an island fortress in
a misty sea.

But the airlines never stop
there. To the modern traveller it
is only a sign telling him he is
two hours’ flying from London or
cnree from Rome.

So I look back on my stay with
the Cypriot monks of Kykko this
week as a little triumph of travel.

1 stopped off in Cyprus on the
way home from Israel, and, when
the girl at the airport reception
desk showed me a list of 83 hotels
on the island I said in jest that
1 didn’t want any of them. I'd
much rather stay at a monastery,

She smiled sweetly and said:
“Well, I dare say that could be
arranged.” And arranged it was.
Ir no time at all I was on my way
to the mountains with a car and
a Greek-speaking escort.

I hadn’t realised it, but staying
in monasteries is a popular Cypriot
pastime. Instead of dying out,
the custom is so much on the in-
crease that the monks are hard
put to it to find room for every-
body.

When the heat of the summer
makes the plains unbearable the
irhabitants don't say; “Let’s go
fishing or swimming.” They say:
“Let’s go into a monastery.”

It’s open house

NINETEEN of them there are
on the island, and you may stay
for up to three days at them for
nothing. You can take your wife
and family, too, if you like. The
monks keep open house,

The one I was taken to is called
Kykko (pronounced Jicko). It's
3,800 feet up on a mountain ridge
with breathtaking views.

In the old days a few spare cells
were enough to hold the occasional
wayfarer lost in the mountains,
but since the building of a motor
road it hag become so popular on
hot week-ends that by nightfall
there may be anything un to 300
people conveniently “stranded”
outside,

The monks, whose 800-year-old


















PARIS,

With the invasion of Southern
Korea we have entered an inter-
mediate phase of conflict—a half
hot war—in which the USSR has
stepped up the pace with camou-
flaged direct action across inter-
national frontiers,

This will supplement _ their
usual activities of subversion,
sabotage and sponsorship of local
guerrilla actions that character-
ized the cold war.

The Soviet Union decided upon

Korea to test this new phase
because:—
1, Korea, like Formosa, had

been written off by the U.S. as
strategically indefensible;

2. The recent Big Three Con-
ference in London didn’t seem
to produce any “hard’’ policy for
the Far East, and

3. The U.S. snowed a lack of
determination in holding the line
against Communism by appoint-
ing an unknown—Charles M.
Spofford—however capable he
may be, as U.S. representative
to the Atlantic Council of
Deputies.

The Kremlin didn’t expect the
prompt dispatch of American
military aid in men and material
including ground troops, Even a
good part of the free world was
afraid the U.S. wouldn't take
such a firm stand.

That she did has strengthened
the lines of democracy and has
had a tremendous positive effect
on western morale. I hope that
France will be able to send at
least a token force to Korea, We
can't afford more because we
elready have 150,000 troops en-
gaged in Indo-China.

The war in Korea will be a
long and difficult one analagous
to France’s four-year old strug-
gle in Indo-China against the

Halt-Ilot



Wicksieed, and host, at the monastery in Cyprus.
rule is never to turn away any-

one, have had to build two car

parks. and a block of 70 “guest
cells” to accommodate all.
Outside the gates there’s a

privately run café and wine shop,
where you can eat and drink on
a terrace overlooking the valley

His best cell

OUR abbot was in town when
we arrived, but the monk in
charge of visitors said he was de-
lighted to see us and gave his best
cell, There were 14 beds in it and
they all had clean sheets and
spring mattresses. Not a sign of a
hair shirt anywhere.

Being a weekday, the place was
practically empty. Apart from
ourselves, the only visitors were
seven drunks, listening to car
radio rumbas,

The monastery has a phone, a
post office and a radio, but no
plumbing, We washed in cool
water brought in earthenware
pitchers from a well in the yard.

There was no hot water, but as
the monks of this order are not
allowed to shave it doesn’t worry
them much. I’ve got an idea they
are not allowed to cut hair either.

There’s not} much going on in
a monastery of an evening, so most
of the monks go and sit in the cafe
outside, We joined them

At the next table the seven
drunks were singing songs in
Greek, and to judge by the oc-
easional “Tut! Tut!” from the
monks they were not in taste

“Don’t you mind people acting
like this?” I asked one of them.

“Well,” he answered, “our doors
are open to all. And anyway it’s
better they should sleep in the
monastery tonight than go driving



down the mountain in that

When I was there the
were fasting, and they
that I might prefer
café than sit down t
fare. But that wasn't the idea at
all, Why go into a monastery if

tate
monks
uggested
to eat at the
their frugal

WASHINGTON, D.C.

THE SHORT and furious spring earthquake
that rocked the ancient-modern city of Cusco
in the Peruvian highlands proved to be|

| choosy, architecturally.
| The ten-second tremor brought little dam-
age to the old Inca mortarless walls, re-
nowned for the precision with which their |
‘jarge, irregular-shaped stones are fitted}
| together. It barely affected the plateau city’s |
\few buildings of modern concrete construc- |
| tion. On the other hand, it reduced to rubble
‘or damaged beyond repair a large part of |

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Make Breakfast
More Delightful



you don’t do as the monks do?
So they put me at the head of

their table and we dined on lentil} down several hundred unsafe homes, and
pring onions’) the demolition process was continuing.

soup, dry bread,
and olives. To drink
home-made wine or

there

water,

was

You always hear that monks| killed and 350.injured. One-third of the city’s

I can! population were attending a soccer game in
ones didn’t the

make wonderful wine
only say that these
whieh is probably

them drank water

why most of

Afterwards we went back to the| occurred—a fact which probably saved many

cafe and talked politics.

with me, They couldn't

English, but some of them

papers
speak
could read it.

I gave them what I had, and
then we all went to bed in our
cells—the monks, the drunks, and
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asked if I had any British news-| than San Sebastian, even though the nearest aeuihan — Der DACKASE ........... cece cere eeeees 37
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St ismograph showed the suburb to be nearer |} paLTON’s CEREAL FLAKES -— per package... ‘ip

the centre of the temblor zone. LIPTON’S TEA — 41 packages 43
Interestingly, Ross notes, the very sports CHOCOMEL — per tin .............. ccc cece cece 25

arena responsible for saving lives resigned |})} K-W.V. PAARL TAWNY — per bottle ............... 2.16

its normal function that day for some time K.W.V. SAUTERNE — per bottle ............... 2.10

s a a) ; i LITTLEMOOR WHISKY — per bottle 4.50

to come. In a matter of a few days, frame PRUNES IN SYRUP — per tin ....... 3

And in the dawn

I HAD to get up early in the
morning to catch my plane, but
there was no difficulty about
waking, for the bells were rung
for mass at 4.15 a.m.

To show willing I attended the
service for the first hour or so,
but when it showed no signs of
ending I slipped out and with my
escort drove down the mountains
in the dawn

The woman next to me in the
plane asked what hotel I’d stayed

at, and when I said I’d been in| Peru, having worked for that country’s pro-

e monastery she gave me a queer
look. Presently she moved to
another seat —L.E.S.



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Gen. PIERRE BILLOTTE
attack has been well planned
while the U.S. is starting from
scratch having to build up lines
of supply.



General Pierre Billotte, former French
military delegate to the United Nations,
believes the Communist attack on Korea
is only the first step in “a busy summer
and fall" which may include Red pushes
in any one of several other spots in the
world, General Billotte, who resigned
his commission to protest his country's
inadequate defense policy, says in the
folowing article written for International
News Service, that the West must pre-
pare for new shocks and that the
United States should be able to put 50
divisions into the field on a month's
notice,



The Conese Communist armies,
now free because the allied fleets
are protecting Formosa,’ will
probably be thrown into the Foray,

and nothing is to prevent the
Russians who have about 3,500
airplanes in the area, from

announcing that Russian air and
ground forces have “volunteered”
to fight in the North Korean army
to “liberate” the South from the
“running dogs of the American
Imperialists” .

In short, the Russians will do
everything possible to tie up
American and Allied Forces and
to sap American strength with
the campaign in Korea. If the
allied forces should ever be in
danger of being pushed into the
sea I would favor the use of
pocket atom bombs and atomic
artillery warheads.

Of course, such use should be
preceded by due warning to the
enemy Communist. sympathizers
would raise a great hue and cry
but the majority of people in the
west would understand the neces-
sity of such a move.







War

be determined. At the time of Ross’s visit
in mid-June, Peruvian engineers had torn

Despite the general havoe wrought on
Cusco’s homes, only about 100 people were









stadium at the nearby suburb of San

Sebastian on the Sunday afternoon the ‘quake Serve these to-day... -












barracks for emergency housing use occupied
the big playing field.

Relief and reconstruction work, in which
many organizations took part, was ably direc-
ted, Ross Reports, by Dr. Albert Giesecke of
the American Embassy at Lima, acting as
representative of the American Red Cross.
Housing, health and sanitation were the
{urgent problems, food being in adequate
supply from the surrounding farm country-
side.

The 66-year-old Dr. Giesecke, Philadelphia-
born American citizen, is almost a legend in









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the office of mayor part of that time. Largely
because of his efforts, Ross says, tourists to
Peru are now generally attracted to the long-
time centre of the Inca world.



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ei M.P 12s, 6d.) filling station. There was no on hand—roads, motor-cars, unlimit- could only say that. at Tees sl PEPPERMINTS BACON—Sugar Cured %
ns They are commonplace, But there. He drove on to the nearest — Many people have amused them- ed tinned food, modern houses had taught his tribe. hour vite: CANADIAN EGGS xt
seaPinmvedelihe Ana ye . they ‘are meant to strike, » for township, Cars were parked in selves at some time by imagining books, sanitation was the bow and (row ve BRITISH ASSORTED x
part of Calif nis aie i x attle. through the story that follows, ‘he streets, dogs barked, cats what they would do if they were priyin ! higt The tribe, for itself, hi id 1 i} BE %
alifornia when a rattle- a . ~~” strolled across the street, But left alone he world. : ‘ing along super-highways, *, for itself, had learnec SCUITS in Pkg. >
fae bit him. He got back some- aE oe en ewes a ee ite nae Sas Meinys Ay REE Set COD but still keeping steadily to the = hed other things that decisions x om . %
ow to his lonely cabin and *Y su ’ Daniel Defoe’s “Robinson Tight, he found, here and there Of the tribe must be accepted &
dropped a hammer on the floor, Just ho the author makes Gradually he cam to realise Crusoe” was written roun at others who had escaped the that Ioh himself was a god who S 8 IRNIPS J& R BREAD x
them Pi od ee beginning of that an epidemic had killed virtu- idea. So was “Swiss Family plague must be pinched when he refused x CARROTS, TURNIPS, %
The hammer “fell, handle up, his story and before they have ally everyone in the United Robinson” So, too, was Wells to give divine guidance, and that % CELERY %
on its henry headj rocked back significance is a fine example of States, And, it appeared, in the “Shape of Things to come.” In The End =, hammer was his symbol of * CUCUMEERS r | and ROLLS %
and forth for a moment, and rest of the world as well But in these stories the heros deity I'CUMBERS in Tins b4
then stood still, handle in the dramatic writing. starting from scratch, built up He set himself, through them The story is well written and|#@ { %
air.” Ioh recovered from the bite The remoteness of his cabin civilisation of their own to preserve or rebuild the old brilliantly imagined. I like my 1% ~
and from some added sickness and the antidote of the bit 2 : civilizat sleep as much as anyone. But ‘ x
Therein is a neat literary trick and began to wonder why, even had saved him from the gfeneral George Ste rt’s Te } eve Bu eas Well irvivors “Earth Abides” saved me from! ~
which I cannot? unravel. These in the silent hills, he had seen no death, What happen to hi egan with every re t the built ¢ ’ lisation feeling rese il about Whips! % %
words are written on the second one for two weeks, except for two thereafter is the I re treme the old. through an al ght sitting % s
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agre Hos ceiving vital instructions from
sinless 2 ‘ OSs oe 1 a er: orc ay Government House. In previous
Mr. Goddara .@) -aid that the} years, three transmitting sets have

When the revision of saler neasure then in hand had a wide been either loaned or hired but
was undertaken it was ae rg scope, and he advised that steps ow none of these was available thir
that the fixing of salary scales in should be taken by the Govern- ee Veta

that the sig asa Bs keh Bae Core™ Affect Island’s Water Supply rear

“ | Mr. Adams in moving the res a a 8 BSBaes a a Beas 8 BBEsSs a
a _message from His Excellency. tion, said that on June 25, é
: It reads as follows: The House Wireless section of the Hurri¢ane =
oO more Jagree to accede to the Relief} Reliet Organisation h )
‘a a ja , 7 aoe ee t ganisation eld a prac
, ackage Agreement mentioned im tice for the purpose of testing how
r | Your Excellency’s message | well signals from the severa ‘unit |
‘aleott Placed, The House respectfully suggest | n the country dist ts could be
| that proper provision be made to heard by head t t the G
On Su rs i jensure that the scheme is not 3 ‘ ; ri anc ri ‘ver : POR ALL CLASSES OF |
e oe abused, z . rhe det eveale rs
Pp ca e The Address embodied a report ._ he practi he i he
The Ho ‘ oid | of a Select Committee which was p _— ce « tire nk betweer |
eT ae ASSOM yester-| appointed to reply to His Excel- - a . y Garrison heac where the | |
day passed a Resolution for $3,361! lency. : | Ce il Intelligence of the organi a !
te enable Mr. F. A. ¢ ollym vee * Mr. Cox (L), Chairman of the F : ! igation was statione There ‘ws |
Combermere School and ‘ommittee, said that the matter | oa Saas : sont | direct nk ith Governmer
Walcott ot the Lea Sem lo be ot daait with a message which had|{ Se SS See ORS. fa hae pans Hous vhere decisic t be - “
oan on t scale appro} Sptiatet bean t sent to the House some weeks Ee a Se Se Te = }made and passed on to the Garri |
o teachers holding first.and second | 2g0 and it sought to allow certain ’ i ree ‘ ) son |
eT Vv ND ANSPORT 1 canivrction with the Sanitary Commissioners of | z . }
oom B eiuiow or teen oe srePehgr Mase cag Beege 5 a iineee a ricurwavs ano, nee of the Covstitution Area from the Victoria Bridgo to In the event of a hurricane and
Mr. V. B. Williams ay- | island du ree. When the com- ors ; rare > a 44 ‘ | wi : i the te
mere su ao = nae : Omer mittee a ie ao a ahs 9! Siac al Queen's Park, as a precaution, ncw that the Hurri cane season is approaching. Workmen are seen here byoee the disruption of the te le- CONSULT
holding ay 3 & ge b pomamees, * Snie pont Rion Bs i reece ‘- e moving piles, relics from the old Barbados Rail way, aud other debris from the area along River teseeae aot other ee
a § oo ertificate anc } as & as : fre i8 no way other tan ¥
placed on the scaie of a teacher] € question of goods passing from Road. runner of informing the Centra
having 15 years’ arvicé . and |! individual to individual But, RE Relief Organisation of relief need
holding a certificat 1evertheless it was generally ed in country districts or of re \ \
Addendum to the Resolution agreed that the scheme was work-
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not give due paccanithos to the people would take of the release aves ten Foeduone
. on the duty on certain goods. He





; cessary to provide High Frequency
vane ae fhe Seren ound sare by | said that people would send vari- THE QUESTION of erecting a new Hospital at the 56'* Communication — set at those AGENTS FOR
certain teachers and, although | ous medicines to the island i acres of Government-owned land at Waterford, is still anjreeded in town, somewhere in |PODtS
steps were taken to rovide th z ao eS > yeoored
scaniaiaiee ee = tr € on guise of clothing and it appeared open one, the Hon’ble Acting Colonial Secretary told mem-|the area where the present Hos-| % es der a ) ' aid he
v t {UallNCatlons } to him as though some people were é f : pital was situated Others hac é ot sure whether or not he
should count for entry into cer-| getting relief while the city mer- bers of the Legislative Council at their meeting rs Gay, | sald that that was not necessary i's ulster arcs anne
tain grades, it was realised that/chants were not. He did so When he was moving that the Council concur in 4 ye had mentioned those points |}! a misuse of money to spend as
there were a few outstanding Mr. Lewis (L) said that as a 275

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resolution for the sum of $27,562 to refund a loan which had been | because the question hinged con-|â„¢UÂ¥Ch as $3,000 on hurricane NA TIONAL EMPLOY ERS
cases of teachers whose exception- | British Colony, to have to tell the















a al contribut t t ld lent, free of interest, from Colonial Development and Welfare) fiderably on publl welfare ad | quaeene: t fer Berbados. |

al contribution to educz . : am a: : all aspects . ter shoul > la urricane w 4 :
i merit their being wented i ‘hold: a macts ste Soon aes ib “4 to Funds for the purchase of the land from Messrs Applewhaites Ltd.) ) 4 aretility Ca idet et - “160 years ago and the leatruction

7 eee as me erly-stricken, so able oO : » ‘ . ao : ote On ‘
i ing qualifications of the highest] look after the poer, that help had at $480 per acre. : Honourable R. Challenor asked causes by it was not so great. He MUTUA L GENERAL
: order to be sought from a foreign power The addendum to the resolution Narrow Margin the Honourable the Colonial Sec did pnt fee) that a hurricane
3 2. Rep tion le | he |.” 88 regrettable showed that the Secretary of Stat | The site had also been approved | retary whether the $ 62 wer Han a oomne in ha te but in
% Goveniin 6b dies of the 1 it . ina He said that if the Government] for the Colonies had approved the|by the Hospital Board by the | ie be gai from loan funds or} : ia 1 a ap _) Vane ' messi
ng Bodies of the First anc c naccary £ . } ‘ 1 7 ; the ns vote! {from general revenue could be conveyed to the varior : sity Bi

¢ 20 ‘ took the necessary steps to pre-{loan in 1943 and the approval Of} yarrow margin of the casting vote g al re u : ; i 7 R :
i Second Grade School were CON) vent the twine Beane Daltial Fe- the Legislature wa sought infor the ehairman, (Mr. Pile was| He replied that from the infor ldistricts by runners INSU ANCE SSN. L TD.
g sidered by His Excellency the Gov- lease, all misuse could not be cut,’ September 1943 in a message inj chairman), It seemed an ide aljmation before him it would be Mr. Mapp (L) was of the opin-
3 ernor-in-rxecutive Commitiee who] out at least some. ") which it was stated that acres|cite, Mr. Pile said. It lent itsel{| found from loan funds. The prob- |!° tia Oohb hécabbaie: aoheeias
3 decided that Mr. F. A. Collymore Mr. Miller (L) said that the of the land would be reserved as|to the construction of a building | ler had not yet been solved and| ial ir ibaa 4
{ of Combermere School and Mr. L.| matter only related to‘old clothes |a site for a new hospital and the} thet would face from east to west he saw no reason why it shouid
4 A. Walcott of the Lodge School] and he wanted to see the House |remaining 30 acres for housing{;o that the windows would not} ot be reviewed.






should be placed on the scale ap-| decide on the issue without fur-| development or for agricultural let in the setting sun. | Waterford seemed an ideal
propriate to teachers holding first |ther discussion. extension work, as might in due They were told at that time) site to him and he had seen the
and second class Honours Degrees Mr. Reece (E) said that they | course be approved ‘ | that the area was the minimum site recently in company with
and that Mr. V. B. Williams of|should pass the Address because} The Secretary of State had now|required for building a hospital the Manager of the Water- |
Combermere School should be con-|there were many people in the |asked that steps be taken to re-|.—24 acres—with the necessary) works, The latter did not think
! sidered as holding a School Cer-|community who would benefit by |fund the loan No decision had} outbuildings and quarters. | the danger of pollution insup-,
5 tificate and places on the scale of|it as many had relatives in the|yet been reached regarding the Dr. Weatherhead, Chief Med.)

erable although it was fully |
5 ing nsio f ne: \ 2 ; | ‘ 3
a teacher having 15 years’ service | United States rebuilding or extension of tha] ical Officer at she time stated | realised that the island’s water



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; \ ospital neither were there at, that he was afraid that in put- | Bia a r i asha l material
and holding a School Certificate Any 1iaw_ he said, was liable to a a any econerete proposals! {ing a hospital on that site, they | pues was of extreme impory Made of w ble

3. The necessary salary adjust-}be abused, but he felt sure that] for the utilisation of the remain-| might contaminate the water | ‘ o42 toh
ments will be made with eftect| e authorities would see to it}der of the lane! Mt ea err Oly supply of the istand ee os nourable J.D. Chandler, | and suitable for ceiling lig ts,
from the Ist of April, 1948, the that the Acts of resirictions were Retain Land tanks, the means by i. the) President of the ¢ ouncil, said that
effective date of the general revis- varried out. it as therefore proposed t Hospital disposed of their sew-|he hoped that Government would |

Mr. Mottley (E) said that mis-



¢ et . age was likety to affect the| not prove dilatory in ¢ w §
ion of salaries, In the case of land and to repay the . | ; j Wy, Sey APL ee

retain t

wall Fixtures or Table Lamps.







: ; use there had to be, but for all]}) h wa ‘d from water supply } 4 decision in connection with the
the Lodge School, token provision Y LOE aay HI e' . . tant that the water| usage of the 1:
Pitas oe that they could not allow the | pevelupment and Funds It was imnportan a « é | usage of the land at Waterford . .
only is asked for ¢ the amount people who would benefit from it, ae eit ugh the the land|supply of the iglgnd should be| He had in mind three instances Beautiful Pastel colours.
required to pay arrears for that people who had relatives in the| contemplated at of its|safeguarded. He was mentioning) in recent years in which Govern-
period Ist April, 1948, to 31st) United States, to suffer. et a6 had nat { come to} these facts, Mr. Pile said, because) ment had purchased land and had F f :
March, 1950, and increased salary There was an instance, he said, mal vet it might still be used for|he took it that Government had waited three to five vears before | & . Prices from $3.50 to $11.20
for the year 1950-51 to Mr. Wal-| when he himself had to pay duty |\hat purpose,” the Honouratle the |the scheme till under considera-| they made any use of it i
cott is small and can be met from] on some packages which were|Colonial Secretary said tion and he felt that all those | Weymouth, on which the Mg ie aconâ„¢ ~ -_
provision made in the Estimate] sent to him from religious bodies|~ [n any case, he concluded, it was] points should be thoroughly in-|} Combermere Schools now stands

for the current year. for some poor in the colony. Dis- | necessary that the land should ih vestigated
" carded clothing was all well but |retained by Government until ad-
Mr. G. H. Adams moved the] the question of medical supplies | equate use could be made of it rates Bay Estate which accommo
passing of the Resolution. He| would present a vast amount of Honourable G. D. L. Pile re+}| The argument that the site was! (sted those houses removed from|
assured honourable members that} qifficulty, but they could not pour] called that when the land was ton far out for a Hospital—two! that dangerous flood area

|Erdiston that now housed the
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the matter had been given careful | cold wate : ecause O > ek t had been bought with)/n iles out—was not a sound one He hoped that they would come
consideration by the Executive oan Ce ela Ee is of removing the General | Peon'e must realise ie nail Ce a decision in the near future 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
Committee and he thought no] had to take steps to see that people | Hospital to that site. That site) 4s a Hospital was put : ‘ ae, 0 and not allow the land to lie
harm had been done by the in-|did not send canned goods and|/tad then been approved by the | cessionaires wou, hehe sae On | fallow eeecenne feo.
clusion on the respective scales of |other food stuffs for purposes of |then Medical Adviser to the Co- he route to satisty . ction = ~
the three names mentioned. sale. lonial Development and Welfare for them ‘ ‘ed cate at 8S VSS eS SS
; Many people of the colony had | Organisatior Sir Rupe rt Brier~ Some , doc ors BAG, * oe ‘ital d © ,
; gh D. eee ae: Or one relatives in Canada and he felt\cliffe after he had inspected the le wet ri ore he ae + Wh Chi . | } :
irst thing which had struc uM/that the scope of the Address | Pine : , ; en i ren Are Th M. Fi Ll Me ;
when he saw the Resolution was|should not be vonaned to America in | r. , ac ory anager
the necessity to get in touch with}alone but also to Canada. LFF

people who knew more about it Mr. Crawford (C) said that they IN THE LEGISLA TURE YESTERDA Y

: than he. He had discussed it with }expected the Government to en-
several teachers. sure that the provision which was
then to be made would not be

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! As regards Mr. Frank Collymore !abused. What they were con- Mr. G. H. Adams laid the follow THEM G ROW STRON G i BOLTS & NUTS
' of Combermere School he felt that}cerned with whether or not their The the Colonial Secre ing when the House of Assembly | it Iron & Bright Pteel — All sizes
i though he was not a qualified man | decision then would confer bene-} tury erda met yergerdey , 1)
i he sense that he did not hold | fits upon the people of the colony. Leg pune Message No. 22/1950 from His Thin weak chi si 5 \\) BE > . ‘
; in t ; N pon id F thi ig free i Pxcellorcy the Governor to the ildren who need more A&D 14 BEARING (Plummer Block)
a degree, his was a most deserving |None could say anything to the hen C ; ‘ bxcellency te icuse of Assembly Vicniis devel steal ; : ii
| own that this} contrary and he had great pleasure} }",,. ; ons: report of the Honourable ne Honourable House ; P 8 bodies, strong bones, } SKF BALL and Cast Tron Bra
i case. It was well kn c p Indies chibiti ee informing the Honour strong white teeth and resistan “old (
i gentleman had done some excellent|in_ supporting the report of the] work 7 a eg cheer ser that he has assented in, the naine sistance to colds when 1 Bushed
i work and the Government in | Committee. Hoe ; enor and on behalf of His Majesty the you give them good-tasting Scott's Emulsion i
~ : stateme . 7 c o°¢ > Pri tines erein > 7 7 : .
i bringing down a Resolution to put} Mr. Dowding (E) said that there Ryne for t hs sine OO AE bee wom His. | regularly, } BOLT TAPS & DIES
ering i lified| were always two sides of any ended gist Mav, 19 Sacttoned: the © ev to the ‘ In sets from 1%” to 3
we en el aa oy et question and members who had “ion'ble V, C. Gale presented a er coueabh the House of A biy } more than just a tonic If
persons, was really doing MD. cooker hat: woncentrated . tHelr petition from the Barbado Gas Com- With reference to his Message No IT'S POWERFUL NouRIS. ENT i) ASBESTOS ROPE, TAPE and
justice 7 ieee : pan avin, the Council to pass & 19/1948 of the 24th of August, 1943 HM \\ FIBRE, etc
J addresses on one side, the good Bill to amend the Works Act iF tant an” Cas pars Peas Susdi's Rint t 1
i He would like to mention thatithat duty free on certain goods} i911 \1911—9 two unofficial membeis of tt +s. Renision isa gold mine of natural mn PIRE OLAY, BAFFLE BRICKS, etc
i at several of the other secondary | Sent from an individual to another sine tik British section of the ¢ er ’ A&D Vitamins. It’s a scientific, good- Wy?
s fs . 1) ? r 3 vely t . o ue « i : \
schools there were those who had| Would bring about. / 7 ine teats ot tHe Seo abtit Me Hoan ‘Aated 8th tasting tonic, 1) wp
; iven excellent service to the Tt was regrettable, he said, that oad St. Audrew praying the oe ber 1948, in reply thereto \\ Remember
re and who had now reach-} /!¢ sislation of the sort before them, Coun to pass a bill authorising Univers’ College of the }
i so . : should be placed before the House ther ¥ a sum not exceed West Exhibition Regulatios my ¥ y, r ,
é ave at which it would be ini a 7 cm get | 4 f
| << a imcult to wet down to|in such a horrid hurry. As he if, 3,000 208 SOON or othe er Sag the working of the A | The BARBADOS FOUNDRY) Ltd.
| he Syusinese of of getting the re-| Saw it, the passing of the Address} °) 1.) ig = iets OO ee ee ee the |!
, ; “ ; vould’ allow any individual in ar amet ! HE ne oaw -AanOR J > N
od que ns. Having giv-|Woule ‘ : year 1946-49 ’ sua! | EADQUARTERS FOR ALL FACTORY AND PLANTATIO
quired ‘ Se te arvice how- Barbados to receive from any in- The Council coneurred in resolu Statement showing as Cc satere i Added ENERGY FOOD TONIC 1} SUPPLIBS.
a nba ; hoped that when proper dividual in America, any goods on to approve the Order os u led and Excise cae ates: : i \
aa Det aon w as made to gov-| Which came under the category of Price Byabl ation and Labour Wel- "Statement of Advances by Gov- i.
ee their behalf, similar! discarded clothing, medical sup-| fore) Order, 195 ade by the Gov ernment of Barbados and amount pe ie
ernment on ig 9 Sra niit | plies, foods and the like. ernor-in-Executive ommittee on received from His Majesty Govern- 6 “
mntinant aor e » 1 m7 ; g ander 7 1 : e
treatment woulc e me ! Some of the articles yielded the 15th day of Jur 1950, und ment andes his provera bh, ie WENRY 15 A WES CERTAINLY
k i - j the oO sior 3 1 ic a a |
Mr. R. G. Mapp said that; some of the highest taxes in the ste 4 3). of Industry 3ist March, 1950, in respect of the BOY Fo BE IMPROVED
lthough the Resolution was atisland and it seemed to him as Rehabilitation, Price ation Several schemes sanctioned by the
althougn * s i though t deal would be lost 43 elfare) Act, 1947, as Legislature TREMENDOUSLY
precedent and in his opinion a ough a great deal wo Os and Labour Welfare) Act, 18 see a a LOWING NOTICES WERE
fun >| 5 a i set out in the schedule to this reso Poe UL } 4 JRE
dangerous precedent, he, like the j by some. It oy oa —— wes a i aiee AB asin GIVEN pvsince USING
} last speaker, agreed with it. j articles to come in free and those} (2N0n ocr and the rate of tax pay Mr. ADAMS: Resolution to place
j “He agreed with it because in who took advantage of such an} ayy. ts the Far ‘olasses Control the sum of $3,000 at the disposal of
i Mae here were certain opportunity would necessarily ,cut 4 ar} Board on fancy the Governor-in-Executive Com
| his opinion, there ee bie , ' during tt ; yalttee to supplement the Estimates
j i of activities which called down the sales of those who dealt me ‘ ‘ 1 r e crop 5
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| ore than academic experi-| With the United Kingdom rod eee 1 the plementary Estimate
| hi ’ d which experience count The matter, he felt, required ! 1950-51, No. 10, which form the J \
ence 20 } » of these| careful discussion befcre it could 1 I Schedule to this Resolutio
ed for a great deal, one ¢ be’ massed 1 tio! Pesolution to place the sum of
was the teaching profession, Cer- tn ISSec i E ae he disposal of the Governor f
g ! here were many medicines ap Committee for the
5 titude even ore € ?
tain men By ts tted into the! \ hich could be got cheaper from | : Sates o ns to twa ¢ LEA \ and EC oO VON ae aL
go. wart % i. hing and in it|the United States than from the 1 1, ¥ studen : gies aoe
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profession ¢ ie ount for a gre at}U nited Kingdom, medicines which) t ho College of the West Indics
experience must ¢ lwere in great demand, and he} /"' a erateae td Mr. COX: BPesolution to approve ° ESE S
deal knew that many people would for. te “or eat to ‘eabele of the Deok of Reterence and Plan A ge =
Although he agreed, as he had|take the opportunity of getting) ment the Esti Beesl, eeet! | anere prepared. Caer a Milena \\ ae
mart with the present|them through the cheaper market Il, Capital Estimates a own in | Mr ADAMS: Draft Biil to amend You will be i f
said snes Ke was warning the; Mr. Cox replying said that this he Supplementary Estirnates 198 i the Police Act, 1908 N | ~ * :
PD vernin ent that they were now |Re solution applied purely to poor] this resolutior pau a oe oe dy scan R
ee themselves to very many) persons In the first place he a MY «'WALSOTT: Draft Bill to 3 I ed ,
ORE from other people who/would mention that Government] ,, = Se Se Se 08 Oe emcees umend the sale of Cottom Act | very pleas:
: ; . the Es ps 1950- > a . 1 pnt, 1 / ,
j oa been by -passed, W hose claims|must agree the items were relief as shown in the Supplementary Esti- Draft Bill to authorise the
| — they should be treated onjitems before they came to the | mates 1950-51, No. 8, which form the a Oe eae ee ‘ Z
j na : ’ ot lisland chedule to this resolution a > € ; ae Seer
asis of expeérience and notjislan To approve the Regulations en- Rill to authorise the Executive P
} the ke elt had been red in He could assure hon. members titled “fhe Motor Veh rapemaperss| og Committee to, exchange certain lands | ‘ with your new ‘ea :
qualincar rei ent past. He hope i/that the Postmaster General as Traifie (Amendment) ~gulations | the property’ of the, Government of , | : 2 of
the very ae = tak »>|well as the Cont sr of Custom 19, made by the Director of Higt this Island eae . ;
he Government would take some jwell as the Controller of ¢ eee iva Mon Piloabart-an the ard ture There Bil's were later read a first — ; : ,
the G ; ieal with the e cases|were prepared to do everything ~ side Gia eicciiniésie of watian ssid FLORENCE STOVE i)
ae ; S ae a certainly go-'li n their nower even to the ome Ey ot the Motor Vehicle 1 Road | The Woure pessed the following = if. ae i, ft f 4
yvecause ; : y s jof employing additional sta to rafie Act, 1937, z d by | A Bill to implement an agreement 4 « 3 ei
jng to have a food of application cae that this privilege was not ections 41 and 42 of thy rtment to provide for a uniform currency DARK yO La = a ; tila
‘ o coe . | of Hig ¢ and Transport Act, 1945 1 » Faste-n Group of the Britisr Tt ieee Le |
———— re pused ind a# ed and etioned by H taribbean | :
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of tiled Meek Wat __FOR RENT urricane In Carlisle Bay Cs
husband Cowen Alaa Beloved l ure er Ti _ e § rE ; S.S_ Kollst cnibetitnhcieniabelits
} ALLEYNE i i > g L ‘ o Genova s et '
fell asleep 22nd July. 1 ; who! HOUS! ria t ~ w. Ss ; 7 SS. Fra ‘ es :
“My sorrow and my | ES ulpmen annie; % i ais Themes ct ‘ waa dame 4 my i passages to
Nc ca | LARGE YARD er Tuttle D ace Sian, ok Pat S 8. 7 ‘ ‘ses n Sadee abincil
My meme and SHED. rom Page Eunt Q ar; S a So n 1 abou
Mager Se ake | door at STOUTE'S DRUG apply next}{ have described nets. ’ @ From Page 5 Tern Dl; N le > dll ly ’ 8.8 ist, SS. Lad j £7 days
a ae 20m corner Roebuck St STORE! could als ? e wound |sets could be t P rk ' ex, SS. Bis ii, $s B Me cot
my Dear Gre baka ocr Resd treet Pax Country | 5 d also have beéh inflicted by |rather th e borrowed or rent en | que : he 5 . ach \ aire
hough not far Tee ee ee 36 a see —t.fn.j|2 person standin . i than e Gover 2 ; ALS ,V nerig
For we'l : : jie y . g behind spending ; vermine Athel Ruy } ; lt onpe
Jo ett snaes tx the eben Mor ER iuiabsioer-Loparek ee vounded person. It could not uate ending : oney in the buying of | cons ine t ‘ Capt. | > RB
os 2 aaa ces, lar yarag n Brigl een caused by « j F ts which may be laid aside Canadian Challe i
Will ever be enol | tor ; rge garage, on Brig! F . d by an over ha id aside ri « 9 ' wr a
‘ rvembered — b eae athing beach aml “ey : hand blow,.{the next 50 years without i Cast. Seatt, from Trinid ~ WE'VE GOT 1
J Wil quer be remembered by his) aut tone. te [beach Reasonable rent “Cleveland Appia of Work Hall, {used xt 50 year: without being | adi SEAWELL 1OT THEM
eerie an ee ee ee ee ae St. Philip. Said that on th ath | be bo cant ont case, they would , DEP AL TURES j ee QUAL DECC >
. ; rt a ] side ree oP e ught only to rot ar choone ted Pilgrim S., 47 | RO GUAIR 4 j > ‘
i a Loving Momory of our dear siste 19.71.5030: | ws arn between 9 and 10 p.m. he destroyed by dust Set Pee at A oe i crete 2 r a eee \ & BRI Ni
and Aunt ALMA GODDARD, who w r ROSEDALE. Marine Ga was on Ruby Road. He hear ie. Abus : : ‘ i Je
ebiled $0 pot gg rage fail all tg September at wes Hastings|noisé on the road and he eard 8} the equip s then explained that 3 re Pa All the c hte
hy ose Lord wé eahwiot ontaining Vi ae per momh.| the di ; went in]; 1ipment could be > E De s e Bos Z 5
ne Swell Shale iaise by Tide. | with = room, ane anes sae coming tee where the noise was | 800d, order by th % a = mn r ol "Cla ‘Sara It t IK CENTRAE Ro Rap
ic € ‘ ¥ ». | wi : it roo re 2 , . € slice Ww srde, Eun oO ‘ chee s i ‘ .
Audrey a Atieeap ho 4 ees Panis et ge in each, K ihae vas the Gades ea viene that it ee use it for transmitting th Benjamin news Bia . a Pct - ‘ aoe her, Osca c re ME nae 5
7 , e e > ‘s SSa 2S 7 . , a , ©. sisene anche > y ". : .
fee tondy. | bare es & 3 cere See who was making are rid > Mr. Miller a Week tale Ganka fant Vitor Dascolt. — (Central Foundry (td. —Proprietors)
etre ‘ ard. Insepetic 2 coms in} ¢ eae gs noise ai. =: 7 .) said the - eeke Alt nts , FROM ST a |
ee wepetion by appointment. Dial saw him ih front of Eugene oa going to support i hat he w ey Aa mort “Forde, Alwin| cynthia OM ST. LUCIA bub Bread & Tudor Biresta
: ae 10use., He we ae s $l but F , resolutic ilk Pi rons te w ee vure F COD RPS”
FOR SALE 1¢.7.50—6n. him wh ee went to him and askod mut he too considered it a misuse | s pervill n § AX 'SROM ee ore a | Ys ad
=. th hat was wrong. He did not of Government fun He wor eit iy * i Eva cree | mR
see the accused ¢ r not have liked ua e Viola sr ‘ |
= , a a iked it FROM . | a . Z
eee PUBLEC . Immediately ee, a ron Beeeeaa. ha. yore ‘oud I A eo el it Crawford, Mr. Joha| Sone epee anv oeerenre ee rereee |
_GAR-108 “Ford Pretect in perfect| >. WOOTECHS |Cartter what was wrong =e eine the Government to fail n Touch With Barbados or © Pan ig
ne tame, PAYS © RICE. CB. N asked the cee oe he also|might be of use to fa ee ; Const Station FROM MARTINIQUE bod
ae . T vhat was |case ‘ = . » public . M INIQUE |
cuneeae 16.7 OTICE wrong. Accus ; e as|case of a hurricane r
reac . used replied that C “ne 4 urricane | A.FS.,
CAR—Vauxhall. V is t here ter had as > at Car- It is black mail”, he said. T , TURES BY B 1
ee teias tele Ricky Pe ihe ee es elas — public that} open the ae Ward to|/Government was b ae a : he | hort ek ™>F t NIDAD’ a | (Formerly nies mn _ Bladon) |
specially fitted fo: rk| Hekers af Tudor Street. is i Popular | jt e had not opened|Ment which will uy. Cae ss ir. Alfred Re Mr. Raifus Fiel ‘ oe
carrying of m r the better| and he ‘ r Street, is in dispute] 4p and because he (accus ae ne tee will be lying in t \ Winifred aso s Field Cenne :
Nicholls at shore ian Ring Be la ee m closed down on the isth| there, Carter felt it ov ae sage eee ane a § Mayes M h a ee] U.K.—CANADA }
j made by &. Bryan or 1 sactions can be} had advise _ as he who . Ward (E) was also in favot S. Bwas as Mr aN | -K.--CA! A—t 4.-—VENEZUE |
28.6.50—t.t.n. | ther settlements, L. Gull until fur-| door, d her not to open the S the resolution but Se ae x. on I ed Before buying examin = i
cam over = eo an \ OR LA G . . ne o ‘ ensive list r hat
ELECTRICAL Signed: 1. GILL eter then turned to the(Slectrical current is cut du if the | — Luis Matheus, Mrs. Flora Math- | Pe knanae
re 7.50.—1n.] accus . al current is cut ken M M Mathe rere eee Lana located in all areas 1
"BENDIS WASHING ance si accused and eld hin the(urcans, whether no BA ee |
nt just feceived. Book y 5 i. nd shook him The }eauipment will b l ‘ R tee ee oe m= Plantations Build
withott delay. Dial 3878. Dac order PERSO accused sho ‘ : . : ve able to wor BADOS ; s Building |
; . 8 a uted for “ The resolut : rk
Co. Ltd., Electrical eeniweee & NAL and began to nts 1 Ren ef resolution was then passed taut NERAL HOSPITAL
: , s ‘ i OL AS
ne 4a | | THE public order to release Carter’s hold. | DERING OF NURSES’ UNIFORMS =>;
< pear taereen natin cia Volts, 56” Blades | {oor Ron ts ere Waite” LEOMI esd : hi P mtnute for about tw W. fd | e nub Pen es mA . |
eee Controller. Dia MOORE . 3 a vite mijend a half mir s r inter stanls oa ara a ye received at the y + i
Costa & Co., tad antl’ Monet mpeeid vine Gee as T do not hold] then began eee The accused HA 7 MPs o'clock noon on Tuesday, 25th July, 1950, for he Hospital up to 12 ARDW ARE BEEP CaRIMENT
vee 15.756 6n | cise Contracting any aatt or anyone} the deceased fol ee Seer 9 W. Uniforms for a period of 8 r y, 1950, for the laundering of Nurse WE HAVE ; : 5 es
ELECTRIC FITTINGS — J a. {my name unless by a weit debts in ased followed him ANT TO KNOW 4 Tender forms nonths from Ist August, 1950 HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Micey Seve ae set aati A lates nee ee : = oe Ret Genera) Hi rms will be supplied on application te the S ! PT. and & PT.
i = s i ospital . i ) » Secretary, | f Re e
prices, Disi S878. Da from at reasonable Sed. ATHELBERT MOORE vai urned For Hat Mr. L. E. SMITH 11 Hospital, and tenders will not Pike e Secretary A ea a6 PE ICE CREAM FREEZERS and
Electrical Department. rs Base Bay Land he deceased got near to the To enquire f th on torms supplied the Hospital ntertained unless ‘they are COFFEE Mii aC a ee
St. Michae accused and the latter star > of the senior mem - Dora . : spitat ek LS. CORN MILLS--3 8
15.7.50.—6n. ichael e latter started to ber th > ersons tendering 1 SMA . LS--3 Sizes
: 18.7.50—2n jrun. The ini of the Executive Con ‘ ng must submit, at the 18 — LL HOUSEHO S
REFRIGERATOR English Electric ae n Samay The deceased followed, | Mittee present at the sph onge Com- | from two persons known to “a 1 1e time of tendering, letter 1 FOOD GRATER uD, SC rs t S
cal,’ 6.4c. ft, Puret sh Flectric- e public are hereby warned agai yn Shepherd came out off the House of ext meetir negness t ) to possess property, expressing th “LOUIS ; t. 1 FRUIT PRESS
eediits, Soy purchased July 1949, | giving credit to my iy, warn against Eugene Ward’s house and st 1 ; : a eee of Assembly ingness to become bound as sureties for the fulfil ing their will OUISE” OIL STOVES
ied, itenatefabie to e years guaran- | (nee Allen) as 1 7 ez Austin] « é shoutec nether Government is J Furth 7, ‘ a e fulfilment of the ec At e i cies ale
w. M Sa Reaeaa Ste 308, Apply | tesbonaible for vai Bl ayes oe Whatever areas don’t run, that persons other han iene be er particulars may be obtained from the Secretar err Oe ert
cea » ‘ contracting any debt or debts . oe ur ; appen we can take it. gaged in the Sugar : re y nO aes BON TRONS le
18.7.50—3n eae by a written sada ‘sighed f ae the struggle the hats in need of Mes Se Py. W. GOODMAN, MINCE ao areas DUST CLOTHS
’ 7 0 ot > ~ ern ss 7 rovic ww eae 2, Such as 1 9.7 ‘ Secre 7 on? KNERS
LIVESTOCK Signed JOHN austin, | 8ccused aero’ t and the ell by the Labour Welfare 19.7.50-—3n Secretary | MONITOR” PRESSURE STOVES et Aut
§ ae s off. » accus 7 “— ee as ‘ ‘ ES 2 rac ». Peban
"HORSE —! One Stud Horse deena ee immediately came onde eet Industry? persons engaged in. that doh D. Fi re ae
ante earn ae Canlosity’ Vitiage, Bt. st Michael” hat, and the deceased who had 2. If the answer to tl & “a fh fagylor & Sons Lid.
itemeacaien y 18.7,50—3n. i lie ah Ai ie ee a run through an alley way alia question is in the pi icdih lloy ING I Mex e i
TWO HORSES—Ms prsrecen ee sers ; came back for his ir y 4'S°!| Government este : Rey ‘5454 a
nite vee BS_-Mares both over 15 The blo OFA hereby warken Deceased iti s immediately.) whereby simi establish _a scheme | pty toot at o*s tote at eo ote oto ote ote ot ote oo epee oot Se al
pate aCe ae accustomed | 288inst giving credit to my wife, Ruth| take up | he a Pr attempting tO] made f similar provision may be — 1% EEE LALA LPPA PAPE EY
in f ‘or price etc apman, (nee Brustet : 7 p his hat fell to the ade for needy worke ers ¥ %
rs o aanie : i r) as I do not o the ground. . y workers ¢ ——— = ‘
3344. Payne, ReELOW CP pogee = CE gyn Tete ape for her or ang- oe who was standing feat pe engaged in the * 4 ROYAL NETHERLANDS ener BS joaneg a on %
Sete a aN dL eg - acting any debt or debts} nearby went t aati aes industry of this isl: gal rhe MV ;ia o » & . ‘ *
in my name : : o deceased’s assis- : his island V Daerwood | % aq eas >
MECHANICAL pa a name unless by a written order] tance and tried to take him up.|Mr. BRANCKER } STEAMSHIP co. ac et Caro and Sitsuntes witl | 3 ' : astde for our x
’ 7 to matees . oR. a . Lucia, St ineent, Grenade | % + 2 ,
Signed CONRAD CHAPMAN He asked me to help. I did so. |~& To enquire of ; Sailing from Amstercam, motterdam a See, | hv areas. aU | acation éhis Your ? .
Mater athe SINGER MACHINE and oe Mich eo As he was a bit heavy for the ber of the a TVG Ce, ee a me 3 % i %
otor attached, Phone 3139. St. Michael two of us we se ; ae as e Executive C 8. 8 tuly 10, 92, 97 ; ; . 6
ae era iaks 15.4 schlecht eh By soine rite present at the next touts oa ae Na lias weg bie ae Fs cemaares gan Meehan * wit BROOKS %
Seanaeeretn 2&2 —————————— OS < : e House Asse , S. “HELENA” Sept > a a assengers for Domi . t smresy ‘.
“TYPEWRITER —One Underwood Long i Mr. Blackman came and we i, Whether of Assembly TE omy PC RD at ca, Antigua, Montserrat, St Kitt * %
Carriage 18-inch Typewriter in good = lifted the deceased to Mr. Black of th ner Government is awar¢ ; 7 COTTIC Pat am and Deer yen ailing Frida oath July % .
condition. Dial 3920 or 4455 - LOST & 7 5 ; I ack-|of the continued dissatisfacti : August 16th * rary ‘ %s
x J man’s residence Peasant Propriet sfaction Sailing to Madeira Plymouth ime MV. 7. & Radar win x ' ‘ een : x
s -—-—__-——- — RAILS mes: “The only person that I recog- with the w 3 vhi m8 in connectic Antwerp and Amsterdam BCONTE SAFES and Passengers for ss 4 \ ? y y 1 ~
y RYPEWRITERS “Olympia” portable Lost bem during the struggle apar:|@t a ieaccusiae ealtene a M MO ANIEECAD? Ale. Of utia, Be Vinee: ee | ist 1 Woh eUelhe j %
oy ard keyboard. Price rom the accused ; sraneen | Sugar fac ‘a. number of the 8 ne ur 22nd ete : . .
SE A. th Ber HHLUL, Pasnne MOE tigen ere was _Granty Matisse. 7 ae: it the ee re ee wie BOW.1 Schooner Ow | } 3 ~
nes en 7.50—1M | James ees reeae came :to} friendly with both the ‘seraaeat question is “Vea one above M HERSII tA" Be Association Ine meres * ist FLOOR X
<— homas, c/o Mr. | Maxwell, fo se : Soar s”, will Gove EOURA' Aue’ sith . : ’ ‘
MISCEL) ANEOUS Howell's Cross Road yo ee the accused. HERE THER Avting. wheteten ihe So eee pinet ee ith Consignee; Dial: 4047 * C. F.. HARRISOD 5 x
To Mr, Dear: Appia said that Shall ba continitaualy hy ny ther _MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., teeta: * oe RRISON & CO., LTD ~
GANTIQUES— ot sent description after the struggle the accused gach Sugar factory in Rey : —— ———==_= % i ’ >
Wavercoloure” Banly fewels, S58 Suiver, PUBLIC S appeared to be afraid and he hroughout the reaping eas x x
graphs, ete. Tae eringes Antique Sap walked off, The deceased walked either: oe % NOVELS >
fajeining Hoya) Yacht Club. : behind him. When deceased got (a) A government _ itiner Dy ee iae ho like *
1.9.49.—t..n. | ACTION near to the accused the accused ‘ cane Inspector, or ar Ls SHRIMLERS for thon ; %
GALYPSO | RECORDS, forty eight | ——— oer to run and he ran through (b) hy ae paid cai ee ee x GENERAL BOOK ae, Ee eee x
Sy y ten each, come and get| BY i an alley. Shept ios ‘ weigher, or bg © Got 3 for thone ore ¥
them. nstructions recei 7 : 3 pherd shouted fer Th ’ OUTW , Goll, and Ch t ri victat . c
A. BARNES & CO at the WAREHOUSE, Saat | Bim he came back , (c) A member of the Polic: ARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM: % yom Tenney
TA BARES £ SOnR_ | pre Otic ga fembwasDAy sth a ae Ne ok ota: | Soemmughdy wera rin me From I F Toodat"Holay dene Shen *
eae 19th, at] accused | roughly versed i ‘ Le ¥ il Holiday dishes for the , y and want to 5 x,
DWARF COCONUT PLANTS—Apply Daria Z MORRIS 12 H.P. Sedan Car] It wa { ne had lost sight of them. | operation. Be tne in. the |g, “SPECI f aves Due % 6s r the fi 0 prepare %
Hill's Dairy, Fontabelle, Dial SAPPhY | SEDAN ash ial wan Some mea tn | ry ane Lande wo Hee thei, T° Beams? rae 8 ERO M/Brough & Maubercy: || So nceee hon ake muahieieee: Dinteiikn i %
: well kept and in| © ot appear that they had te ¥ # such af, Shakespere te » revise their favourite :
18.7.50-—3n . perfect. running order ad gone “Cc London ‘ % ter Scott, Ale ‘ Dickens; Robert Louls § classical ¥
— now shock] very far. OMEDIAN” ; Sth July 24th J . . 1 Alexandre Dumas and ot lls Stevenson; Sir Wale @
_DUCKHAM'S ADCOIDS- Save patrbl wie fi reeently put on. TERMS sein lie tthe ape hte of mttaer nian Liverroot 8th July 22nd ny * FAN WOOK & TEMOUING fur (hone. wito-1t) athlete:
red luce ens e wear and promote per- | eer. ‘ ak eee rege, fect away from ian r rt Unifi , C 8.8. “RIVERCREST" tome 6th July 20th July * ie ee een z
has to be used of stents Ee res Pe he cde When deceased took up his hat orm urrency 5.8. “NATURALIST” earn, i on July 30th July * HAPPY >
running-in new or rebored — ¢ \ they hi E ° ey Roe 28th July 11th Aug ‘ OLIDAY CARDS (1) .
Simple wnd inexpensive to t epeines AUCTION SAL OF MAYARO ney had both come back | HOME 1 AUR hacia Hulidadc ob talline thent WHAT & for either wishing 3 ‘ ~
. ain- % serves ‘ . > ny min sci ellingr the saad : ing vo ind
Si ta ng aay a et=[ uc aia fl ptr, ca Deceased took up his hat aad Bill Passed BYARD FOR THE UNITED RiNeON | eed as 7 ilightfalNatiday you vourvet
Adenine eee Jones & Co. Lid. NMAYAROâ„¢. at Rockiey ne house called started to come up and then fell The House of A Vessel For S it s %
aaa in nigh was sat UP fas ale on the 13th uae nee came during tha) terday passed a Bill t embly yos- { 8S. “TACTICIAN” ts etn Closes in Barbado | % : the ROOK DRVAR x
2 es 1% y, s stponed and will n« take | sale he was ; ab o imple: CRAFTSMAN” os } 20th . 4
fr Seve exible ne Ett ohh oes Rae y Thursday the 20th, at*$] about five feet ee asa hy idjan agrc#ment to prov ide 1 ' "| PLETE MRAN ++ London a aie te y
neh and 1% Inches. En P ae oP eye n where|uniform ¢ * E 0 a ’ ‘ each PUY AAA ALAALLE EEA %,
Heat dads, Relea See, wi | wit te Sor, na ped fa he was standing. She was further] Group of urgency ih the Hastern| TOF fare particlita apy tli itil ie ttt
lin 8.7.50—t.f.n, | has open PenGtS: Ad 6 Oe A nee eg) away from: she deceased and] Territories ish Caribbean | ak : TSaS st e
LOLLYPOPS — for the children, in 12 by 23, dining sonie 12 ‘by 23, two. (2) accused than I was. He did not The two DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agent T i
several Delicious oars a in | Boek ver each 11 by 19, both with basins, see the accused any more after|at firs ‘© members for the City = re i ) \ y TT
“BEATALL LOLL pera nae or ea yeranaalt 3 by, 19. toilet with box) he came to pick up his hat a irst objected to the | ing dhl | 1 } ) \
arate Mace bine toraa| eee te, Rae inte gen] St, Clair Adolphs Greene. wine} \h ii ee ee sroune nT ia : | ee
Fees ORCES 10. 7.50-an, | puoster.. Terma cash It is your is also lle Sr 3 1ey did not } } anne ‘ s ' og T pe
fectioners. __19,7.50—n. fe g ihe lath antl is also called Granty spoke ; yt have suflic sh t ° SLOTHIER: " ee
) inspect house before the date of sale.| having been in rs denne a time to peruse it but Mr. Adam | ha n j a ona eams pee ) < ERS OF DISTINCTION” ,
WANTED Sere weed. baa deceased. At one point eal out that the Bill was only | ae ° {
round but did not see him, ar rad passed nearly four ye ‘ SOUTHBOUND : FINE T }
an 3 years ¢ Sails 8 : NE TAIL€ IG 18
HELP REAL ESTATE he decided to go into the publi a Montreal i ee Arrives Sails AT Ww AY ' RING 1S Xi
x seta: G aeeaaeras Ti road and see if he was out tl LADY RODNEY , B'dos Bo. |} ALWAYS A JOY TO ,
Ro nior Clerk for our Office. Apply |p SUSE_One Double roofed House at] As h as out there ‘ CAN. CRUISER 20 th June 3rd July Sth J | BELLOLD ! \'
Ce eee eek ics the Manager, |G. WN Mall. Land can be rented. Apply | s he pushed open the door Conside D . EADY NELSON ne i tie pepe ae a ! i seh
per 3 Co-operative Cotton Factors Se ee Bosak, opposite - sey ag ye came back in anc Fr: Og “AN. CALL gund July 29in aly 27th July a July th Ju \ e \
8.7, 50—3n aoe 9 7 50—4n, | spoke to him in a rage ° oY RODN 23 sare ae 24th 24th A
S. mS G “ : * ADY NELSON 23rd Aug. 26th Aus. 28th Aug : 24th AL
SALES GIRL — Required SANDGATE”, Hast! He left again and I follow Licence Bill | : DN hith Sep, 14th ¢ Aug. 6thSep. 7th 8
capwiedan ot ee ve tired with a] 2.940 square f astings, standing on} }im “pe fe nllowec { ioc

State salary Aare: Baie oubtecs bee of Riectings. feet of land on the seaside Ward's ie Sens Eugent The police should | NORTHBOUND ee Our Tailoring
No 21, Bridgetow " The Hou e a e got t keep stray ’ Arriyv s A
own din hcha 188 p Meyeae seapatns, drawing and Gin. the door the accused pushed open we found without badges 0 Sire ee bestow - Malte | Mone D
“DEPUTY MANAGER—Requirec Se Ree re eee tal ety OT ane | te door atid came out of Ward's Beer this vane than four days LADY RODNEY 27th July 20 Mere reas epartment
R—Required f , kitchenette, toilet and bath house. He hey are killed, S DY NE 27th July 29th July ith Aug. (9th Aug. 12
small Sugar a or | stat ath Up- é e came through § the | bers d, Some menm- ’ 1th Aug. 2 ier fith Au. 12th A
Doane, sher Cn at in St. Vincert a ae usual rooms downstairs and} front door Evely & helpers of the House of Ties are \ ‘DY isth Bop, 2let A z. Hth Aug Bist Aug ard Se, ty Soa
8 well educated m : ights of steps to : velyn Shepherd |cx ‘ ! ADY ' p. goth Sep, — ist ¢ 4 sas n deservedly P }
wists | Sue Mees tec SAAR 3 2- | Blepizic and Wale sea. Gas,| ome out behind him xpressed this view when t! in Ber: Toth Oct, loth Ove. sth Ook Sein Ge Henitath Ye opular :
ply to M . 5 , 1 . . | were consi ra 1 th Santee . wih Ox leputatic
xinpeewe, ot Vineet. Estates Ltd | prone: No. 2668. day by appointiiet Sener Ber said, “Alphonso, if |the ort tecee A Bill to amend | eres
? ‘The above will jionel Carter come to you don’t . , License Act, 1902 N.B,—Subject to ch. “ ee :
12.7,50—7 be set up for sal you aon The ; change without notice. A!) venie's IUST / TTR
| public competition at our ge a @ on page 8 houd ba a. to make peopie Butsert Ncenwer Wares and freigh! ‘utes on Bited elih Gold otsraite oh Ake Cine Ate BIT
ISCELLANEOUS ay of July 1980 at 4 p.m. al coe or their dogs so that a MORE CARE AND
c. GTO! the police may ‘ a j uk
en ARRINGTON & SEALY, o eae a eae a dng | GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. Agents ATTENTIO
a teenke HAROLD PRO-' 11.7.50—10F REDS CLAIM 1,500 the uollas .on-kha Fes ae yi whic :
19.7,50—3n US. DEAD without a'badge, it ee cementing ven Wwe cha to all orders
——— stdninclgeeot e ki ae » Sui
NTED nena iw. ed some days a(ter if it were ‘ > . i - ; or Suits
a er r 1 ° .
ee eee Ee ad cas maine @ from page 1 on a . | Cie, GLE., TRANSATLANTIOUL
re bedrooms, furnished or u ; t was S ned cl Te
nished. | Hastings or rales. 9 a! ngur- Always ide ntified nationality off Korea | cause of da apne d_chic fly be alae FRENCH LINE °
' m 19.7.50.- etween Japan and the Chinese »bjection by some 8.8. “GASCOGNE” S mck id
sali ! . f me s Sailing t ride | ‘
nalionatist stronghold Fo oe embers as to the length of tim iB to trae idad on the llth August Vary men now are saying
to tred ot rmosa |the police should ke 1950. | ia re saying
ybservers here believed that} before it ep; the ! Accepting Passen, ; i | I Always Get Mine trom
bdo you SUF North Koreans might soon be in Mr. Ad was bers i| $19.00 sengers:— Minimum Fare | Y
: 8.8. “€ : _ S19.
FER a coic- ‘tion in Russian-built submarines | Bil ams who introduced | 8.8. “GASCOGNE” Sailing > |
. J | i g to Plymout >17 oe J ’ 7
FROM PRICKLY HEA 4 just as they already were manning ow said that when he brouglit It 1950 ymouth on the 17th August, I OGA RI Y’S 99
TS Russian-built tanks and aircraft ore the House again, ampn: Deluxe Cabin for Tw a i
Wo barks eemedy paem seal : Three [LA.F. Sunderland flying one amendments mists oilid be 2 1S : oe Two available $622.00 = = a ini
; 3 ns cats Suitable for lon rf » which would giv > | F 7 ¢ SAU SE. oto 9% 00% 4:4 46,4 ane SSS _
. * . ig-distan give the police | or Further P2 4 POMEL ANAM MMEEMAEE =
a heat, itching of the skin VAPEXS | nti-submarine patrols saconn i wer to sell or destroy any of r + Reryeniees, Apes. ter~ % Per AAA AEE ‘
£ > . * q %,
ee than Purolpowder. rT HALE R vives fp Japan from Hong Kong the dogs which were caught | as M. sONES & Coe LID Agen % ~
is powder keeps : merican and Austrelian p! | ” er ts. % ¥
our skin onncncnsicmee nk : ian planes a q %
dr pe y we * still reported = sila o | ener | . .
aan cool, prevents super- FOR HANDBAG OR POCKET away at wahnodt serra ar | HIGH ae ae | a Dorit x rs x
perspiration and fights I4teal for use during the north of the invaders’ front lines. | THE Modern High School A: | eit $s . x
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PAGE EIGHT

_, W.1.—Derbyshire

ee?

Game Ends In Draw

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

First Meet |13 Testify In St. Philip

Amateur Tennis |

Association Murder Trial |

WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1950




















STALIN WILL SUPPORT ||
SECURITY COUNCIL |










Tailored in

@ from page 1
taking part should attempt to



regulate the Korean conflict L d
» m The opening meeting of th @ From page 7 i heard a running in the direction ; ee he believed that for on on Ese:
Rain Washes Out Play Barbados Amaieur Lawn Venn fraid of him.” The accused of my house — f rons the | speedy settlement it would be ox:
Association got of to a_ flying . % ear . ae . iunning I came back into the hall Pi ue rat a : i W *
re . ° start > elley feums Club I do no know what I have 1 opened my front window to the | Ded " for the Security C ouncil to orn in
Ww h Ti L d 7 start at the B or Lionel Carter, he is always hear the Korean representatives.
ul ourists ea ing yesutda* afverno This Club}; ; ors : yS'read and I saw he deceased | phe tt . ine ae
yesteraa : . humbugging me.” Carter then said | Garter o ee ;|The Russian Communist Party
plaged their grounds at the dis- Carjer come 4nd fall dcwn about}

CHESTERFIELD, July 18

newspaper Pravda to-day publish-



te accused, “Alphonso, what I got! ¢ ve yards act of tl oad
phan - : posal of the Association. for you? Lione) Carter walked | “uy “wert ape Plea ed on its front page an exchange of b d
THE WEST INDIES had to be content with a draw in ihere was a large and repre- ip te "acoused th the public road ‘a and oe a for ‘aa correspondence between Indian Bar a oe
their match against Derbyshire here today, there being no sentative amount of spectators] and the two of them catch hold to rite aan wate “Malin Odes at a and Soviet leaders. It made no
# play after lunch owing to rain and the game was aban- and they ee = vo nel pt fight. each trying to thrown down | jer father’s nore, 1 do not know |comment—Reuter. Ready made
: 5 Sec ied s atche erest and € > > 5 ’ 3 Y ’ .
* doned. Only 85 minutes play was possible today and in ‘sed matches w-th interest and }the other in the road quenmamteeetets



if it was put or no L¢
cut. When Carter fell
did not see the accuse



; > ‘ e appreciation
that period the West Indies added 50 runs for the loss of “he keeness with which each

two second innings wickets to their overnight score of 41 point was fought for on the three
for two, having held a first innings adyantage of 112 runs, ccurs was only equalled by the

Suddenly the accused made a
get away from the deceased and
ran through an alley. Deceased
pursued him but he did not



<2!) NONCOMPETITIVE EVENING



It’s A Blessing

“One item of cricket news from
the past which I'm sure you'll
have heard is that of Harcid Lar-
wood, the England and Not

bowler—and the originator of th
body-line controversy in 1933

Larwooed and his family sailed for
Australia to make the.r home in

Sydney. We don’t want to lose
him—even though he’s been out of
first-class cricket for many years
now—but if body-line is in the
blood, we take comfort from the
fact that the young Larwoods are
all girls.”

—Sam Pollock, talking in the
“News

BBC programme,
From Home.”



Tides Favour
Channel
Swimmers

FOLKESTONE, England
A dozen hardenea skepucs set

up shop in Folkestone today and
separate the

prepared to try to
fect from the fiction in tne whacky
institution known as
Channel swimming.

The reorganized Channel Swim-
ming Association doesn’t
swum the 21 miles of frigid
treacherous water between
land and France are truth-telling
God-fearing people. The Associa-
tion just want proof—sood, hard
end incontestable facts.

Thig year, with a record num-
ber of swimmers mixed up in the
channel swimming dodge, the
agsociation has its job cut out
Scores of men and women from
ot least 15 countries are enterec
in the channel derby. A
Americans are included.

There is also Fernand de Moulin,

the Belgian businessman who last

year washed down some sausage

svith champagne and then swam
the channel
Bigger
Things came so easy for de
Moulin on that first attempt that

English
doubt
that persons who claim to have

Eng-

dozen

The pitch was aiready saturat-

ed when play began to-day and
the turf was so slippery that
Jackson fell twice during his
opening over. The Derbyshire

captain decided not to risk his fast
bowler and he gave Richardson a
turn instead

‘he new bowler was hit for six
by Walcott, and for boundaries by
both Walcott and Rae during a
jourth wicket stand of 26. Glad-
win, who took eight wickets for
67 during the match had asked to
be relegated to the second team
for tomorrow's match so that he
eowld have more practice. Now,
however a slight shoulder strain
this morning means he will not
play at all. Scoring, first thing

iy. was slow but Walcott and
Rae improved the rate at the ex-
pense of Richardson, and Walcott
and Christiani appeared well set
when lunch arrived, and as it
turned out, the end of a game
which had always been controlled
by the weather.

The Play

When Trestrail and Rae resumed
this morning a speedy scoring rate
was necessary if the tourists were
to declare in time to force a win,
but they could only add eight runs
in the first twenty minutes on a
soaked pitch. Jackson had diffi-
culty in running up and slipped
on the sawdust covered turf
Gladwin kept a good length when
bowling offbreaks below his nor-



mal pace and with only 50 on thé
board Trestrail edged a eatch
which Revill aecepted at dhort

third man.

Walcott and Rae increased the
rate of scoring, the former straight
driving Richardson for six while

both batsmen lifted that bowler
high over the heads of on and
midoff

Rain

After less than an hour's play
rain drove the players in and it
was feared that a resumption
would nat be possible before
lunch

Play did start up again however
though the light was poor, and
from the first delivery of Rhodes
opening over Rae touched the ball
to Dawkes who held a catch at the

sanse cf sportsmanship that seem-

eatch him, Deceased quickly re-
cd to pervade the meeting, which

turned and walked towards |

is the beginning of a new era of Ward's house, and just as he got |
Lawn Tennis tn Barbados. by the door he fell flat on his
‘Taking part were players from beck |
many clubs, affiliated to the As Here witness told how the de-
sociation, playing with that keen ceased had been lifted down to
cutlook which has come to local|Blackman’s place
tennis Continuing he said he could not
On No. 3 Court Dr. Charlie}remember seeing Maynard that
Manning (Strathclyde) and Eric}#/8ht. Only the accused and the
Taylor (Be leville) opposed Peter | t#ceasedt had _Struggled The
Patterson (Bellev.lle) and Geof- struggle lasted about ten minutes
frey Manning (Strathclyde) ‘ a fe knew the accused and the de-

eased before that night
To Mr. Dear: The siruggle took
place in the road. Deceased was
The first set was a very keenly the person who went at the ac-
contested one, each player win’ | cused, and attacked him. The ac-
fing his individual service which |cused got away and ran through
brought the score to five all jthe alley. They ran about 100 feet.

Men's Doubles
Keenly Contested

At this stage Dr. Manning wor | Evelyn Shepherd was _ outside
his service to love and make the} when the struggle took place.

his favour
and Manning

score 6—5 in
Patterson
brought off

Suddenly I missed him
then | hin: after the struggle
some enterprising fo the Court: During the strug-
. especially their returns and|gie Shepherd was standing up in
ervices and won this game to/front of Eugene Ward's door. He
make. the score six all was not there after they ran and

Each player then won his own | came back. I saw Lionel run after
service to level the score at seven |him.. 1 could see Lionel running

I missed

s!.ots

all. Dr. Manning then won his all the time for about 100 feet. I
service and Patterson dropped| lost sight of the accused, I did not
his to make the score 9—7 in| 5¢¢ the accused again that night.

Ne-examined: I never expected
lor: anyone to be killed that night
The characteristjcs of the first Evelyn Shepherd said that on
set. were*gaon: Tobetig aha Dr Manning and steady | °f the Park. He had up a certain
serving and volleying by Patter- | #mount of alcohol and he was go-
ai atti Geotireys Manning jing home. He stopped by Eugene
§ 5 ; | Ward's house because he was ac-
In the second set Patterson and ainted with : ie
acNia “Marinine | wen’ the first quainted wi the family. It was
# ’ a ca ay Bt a “ja family of four. He was friendly
game and indeed this was the! with the whole family
only game that they won in this! He left there about 6 to 6.30
set because Dr. Manning and/ pm. and went home. After he got
Taylor at this stage took every-|home he decided to go back in the
thing in their hands and went on|Park, He got back to the Park
to win 6—1 between 8.30 and 9. On his way
Up To 3—3 to the Park he heard the accused
The beginning of the third set| telling Lionel Carter, “leave me
found each player winning their alone. They were near Eugene
service up to three all. It was] Ward's house. They were in the
from here that Dr. Manning and] &@P
Taylor played some very good!, He asked the accused what had
shots and won the next three happened, and he said that Carter
‘ , 2 Ni gar! og Ww t leave him alone. He
ames to make the score 6—3 and) WOW no
sae iaricriataeeie ters tithe chad gs kept on his way to tne Park. When
a iS ° " ‘|aceused and deceased were talk-

favour of Dr. Manning and Tay -

7 a: ing others were present. He did

On No. 2 Court Dr. A.S Cato | not recognise any of them. The
and Lisle Harrison (Summer-| night was dark

hayes) met Bert Toppin and To Mr. Dear: I did not see any

Louis St.Hill (Belleville), At the|fght. I did not go into the Warad’s

|
|
| not in the habit of coming and
1

end of the game the scores were

house between 6 and 7 o'clock or

sigeping in my place.

Mr. Dear asked no questions.

Malina Ward said that on the
idght of April 9 she was in her
bed when her mother awoke her
She heard a _ running going
through the tenantry helow the
hovse. When she
window she saw the ac
ning going through the r
and her father was behind hin
Her father turned back

She put on her clothes anc
went cutside, She saw her
on the ground. Granty and Api
were around him. She hear
Granty telling him,



ised mg-
intecy



up. It is me Granty”. He ail
not move, :

To Mr, Dear: I know Louise}
Maynard. When I went outside
she was not there. When I came
back with the smelling salts I

found her ‘tnere then.

Sgt. Reid who was in charge of
District C on the date in question
told of sending the van for the
body of the deceased, of going to
accused's home and arresting him
and of taking away a pants and
shirt which accused said he had
been wearing on the night of the
occurrence.

Accused had _ said nothing at
home but when he had _ been
formally charged at the station
he made a statement denying
having committed the offence. On
the shirt sleeve was a stain which
accused said was polish, but Reid
said it looked to him like a blood
stain. The shirt was sent to the
Government Bacteriologist.

The Government Bacteriologist
told the Court he had found two
stains. As regards one stain the

resence of blood was suggested
ut not proved. As regards the
other, the result of the test was
negative. It could either have been
not human



ing that given by previous wit-
TO SUPPLY BAMBOO

nesses, and the Court adjourned
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

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he has something bigger in mind PiathGirs Jot “Oanineta: atthe
this ear—a non-stop two-way
: Sebsing He recently swam 33
* miles in 19 hours in the River
Meuse as a warm-up
A. one-legged French - sailor,
Roger Robineau, has announced
that he will try to swim the chan-
nel in August. Robineau was re-
ported training daily in the River

six—three on three oecasions in



wicket. Christiani came out to
join Walcott and they put on 15 favour of the Belleville pair
in good time before lunch was The outstanding features of
taken with West Indies 208 runs this match were the “winners’
in front. served by St. Hill and the really
good volleying displayed by
Lisle Harrison.
Both Belleville
quite at home on
and on no occasion seemed wor-

when I passed back down. I never | Americas the new business body
went into the house. recently formed in Miami, comes

Eugene Ward said she knew the] in the
accused, Aiphonso' Brathwaite
She also knew the deceased Lionel
Carter. She had a child for Carter
Her name was Malina, She was
14 years old. Carter and she were
friendly for about 15 years

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form of an invitation for
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No wonder this man dreaded
going to work,
pains in his arms made it torture
to use them, Yet to-day he feels
fitter than ever and work is @
pleasure, as he tells in his letter :

bamboo to for rheumatic

There was no resumption after
lunch as heavy rain began to fall
and pools of water soon formed
on the pitch. The captains de-

players looked
their ground





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This channel swimming business «lose of play time, that further ee ‘was very | Sea View at his mc : such pains in my arms I scarcely y PEEK FREAN TWIGLETS
has been going on for 75 years play was impossible and so the three—love the match was very ]>* ea View at his mother, She has k y to use them. Then t BOTS, COCKTAIL ONIONS
the record books variously list 30 match was abandoned. keenly contested. wis Madar children—Aileen, and SOE tata toy eenechen. Matha, » COCKTAIL CHERRIES
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frequent the channel Coast are Derbyshire Ist Innings 1m =©(Metwi) met Milton Crichlow ,; * a teria hae April 9 this y Oey ovals and Ne are ae

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hard people $0 Nf lla a ro Ue Rae ¢ Dawkes b Rhodes i 29 (Y.M.C.A.) This parr wees | I was at my home about 10 pm miserable and sluggish, but now
only “seein’ is believin’. Stollmeyer 1.b.w., b Gladwin 13 evenly matched and some e€X-!7 wa. in bed « ; ‘ ree aa

: is 4 isbelie hat Marshall he a ‘ S tbanantine: Tne. Were | as in bed sleeping. So were it is a pleasure to work instead (SSS

It was that disbelief th arshall b Rhodes 3 tremely interesting games were] ine two gris, “Ratteaen seen) ay iho papier
prompted the first organization ot Trestrail ¢ Revill b Gladwin 11 witnessed. jand waking I he Heh Gaver cathe Be SRO as : : r

; ; sancti : ot ou ; a. So é ard Ce oats ; as
the Channel Swimming Associa~ Christiani not out ie During the latter stages Wil- fi . Bes tale waa te Taine. out The pains and nenass ae i
tion in 1927. Among the members Extras 8 linms appeared to be the more] tiat he had somethi c rheumatism are usually cause
rgess, and George i i ¢ {+ at he had something to tell me by deposits of excess uric acid in

were T. W. Burgess, and George tint: (hee 4. ceiaient tired and it was in the final set! | told him to see me in the ion ee Peay ae ant
H. Ward. a_ brother-in-law of et ees 1 that Crichlow showed superiority , - the muscles and joints. Kruschen

ing, and he replied that he was
going to’ work in the morning,
ond would not be able to see me.

stimulates the kidneys and other
intestinal organs to regular
healthy action so that all the

Captain Matthew Webb :
Up to 1937, when the association
aetivities lagged, the association

Crichlow won the first two sets
-seven and seven—five but
down some of the

ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT

r, ‘ rieve ine g 2
= all of wicvets; 1B. 2-32, 2.50, de pA,

Williams cut















7 : “The accused came to my frent excess uric acid is expelled
ree the ieee ene BOWLiNG ANALYSIS lead by winning the fonowind oe door and asked me for Frank.’ I through the natural channels. _—_— —- -
of fourteen claimants. y in- st 3 *richlow won ie | told hi Ses - When that go hes and pains
5 A eight—six. Crichlo iold him that Frank was not at Li ‘ ; P . ‘
cluded Gertrude Ederle, Burgess Pasedteuc 9. M. R W. fonrth get eix—one. home, 1 heard. Clttax- 5 Say go too, Freshness and vigour Iron and Steelwork cannot corrode beneath a coat of
and Webb who started the non- jackson 7 0 15 3 The results were as follows: “Alphonso, what you come here are restored BOWRANITE. Proof against heat or cold, the corrosive
5. Rhodes oars i. ku Ate Pea e AN ‘ a Lib. cee x air of big cities, salt spray and sea-water, BOWRANITE
sense in nN Clai Wisherieon ate me 2, Dr. C. Manning and Eric}and call for I then heard If you are troubled with rheu- is aed be Vaginooie’ wetauate liniae.: dole atstivonitine
ew Claim Tavl-r vs Peter Patterson and}accused say, “Lione} don’t touch 1 a trial and pubii nd industrial c tra ctors everywh :
The ras has d backlog amen Geoffrey Manning: 9—7, 6—1,}me, because you have too much it from and public a ndustrial contractors everywhere.
to work on. mong e neg 5 : to say about me.” I rd é } = y r 4 1
. . : 6—-3 " . ne I heard a ’ Y ‘on? .
claims it will consider is one by “Louis StHill and Bert Toppin| shaking at the front door. 1 did eae poigt : YOU SHOULD USE IT. TOO

Miss Sunny Lowry, of England, Yorkshire Defeat BILLIE

vs. Dr A. S. Cato and Lisle Har-; not come out of the bedroom. I









we ROBERT JAMS 8
who is listed in most unofficial ‘ ‘ neurd fio ie uel a , HUTTON « CARTER - BURKE : % Tough, flexible, yet non-cracking, BOWRANITE is
1 ab Seve’ 3, 6—3. 6—3 heard no more shaking and I went : . . “
ragord books as having swum the Roebuck Old Bo Ss vl hilton 5 crichiow vs, Albert} out into the hall. There I saw e | made in many attractive shades.
channel in 1933. , vy Williams: 9-7, 7—5, 6-8, 6—1.] Shepherd sitting on a stool with | Pe mem sve ot mes r,s nan meno % Hicseed tat sec
The coast between Dover and Jn their opening B.C.L. fixture his head in a chair Permanent Green, Red, Grey, Black and
Folkestone is dotted with would- Yorkshire defeated Roebuck Old ‘I shook him until he woke up ¥ Super Black (Heat Resisting)
be channel swimmers these days. Poys by an innings and five runs ind I told him to go outside and

Shirley May France, the Somer- in tins of Imperial Measure.
set, Mass., schoolgirl who failed
last year, is preparing for a sec-
ond try before the end of this
month, If she is successful, she ~
will be the first to make it so *
early in the summer

Roebuck Old Boys batted first and
scored fifty rung with Seale and
R. Lewis scoring twelve each,
D. Crawiord and H. Harewood took
wickets each for 22 and 24 re-
pectively

ROYAL

THE BIGGEST HOWL
IN TOWN THIS

Molasses j yrevent Lionel and Alphonso
from contending. I returned to

+ s ° ie ihe bedroom and left Shepherd in
For Trinidad the house, I went and woke up

| the children. When J came back
rut I did not see Shepherd in the

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‘y 28 and from August 3—5. 75 runs of which L. Austin scored vacuum pan molasses for Trin/-

But the water temperature 26, Crawford 15 and O, Barrow 12. dad,

ranges from 60 to 63 degrees in Seale collected 6 wickets for 20 The “Athel Ruby” arrived ube

July. It gets up to 64——65 in late runs Roebuck Old Boys in their daybreak and left for Trinidad

August and about 66 in Septem- second venture could only muster during the evening.

ber. Most swimmers have pref- 20
erred less favourable tides and less
frigid waters

runs due to some very fine This is the vessel's second call
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wood who took 4 and five wickets about 252,000 gallons of vacuun

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\M UNI -|l\\ I, | ^ it, 1950 BAkBUloAI'VOCATI I'M.I MM "Relief Goods Scheme" Must Not Be Abused HoMB Of Assembly Pass /till THE HOU81 Of ASSEMBLY yMMrdu u Address to tht Govtinoi %  greeiri thi A %  • • bttwem ilic United Kingd : ilnUnited States, whtel n agreement. if Address was in reply t.> 'iinugt fiom Hi* Excel C at follow* Thi H < ll I \ 1 111 il'i eocene to Relli \f II HI"! • pekage Agiaemcnt mr %  a ,, in Voui Excellency's raseeaga, \\ illl'lllt I '|;|ei k M Ttl '" i' 1 "^'' rsnpoetlully suggest! uaitUtll NM t U th,, p rop : made to a* *, t? .-* | ensure that th bam UnSuper Scale he ,—. _, of a Scln'l Cummillrv which wu I i i i \ i l 4.I.TTI\. HI AIIY I Oil Till. Ill HUM AJVE Si: \SO> ft ... L^a^Eai $3,000 For Hurricane Li|ui|iiii-nt I The i S..IW. ntrwn • r %  .,.„ >r thi la freight ai Mr Vilimo .. %  ,,. th* reao %  '-' %  Id a prarI %  %  %  W.V.V.W.V.V.VaV | FOR THE COMFORT OF YOUR %  PETS USE I'IKIW I It I row III It ..ml B %  I'IKIW I\M1I KM I I I; %  H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD %  Distributors H! %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  %  %  %  %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  %  WaU l %  %  %  ...:. %  claw. Hon an i slae Mr V B. WH mere S, I. holding .i Si tool Certi I having IB %  log | ,., holding a cerUI A.: '.,:. % %  When was undertaken it wes realised that the ximi of salary scales In %  not give due recognition to Ihe value oi U certain although st*ps were taken to i experience with should count fa antrj into certain grade it ni realised that ire .i lew ca of ft al rontrib itlon would ma %  thel treeft Ing quali' -lie highest order '' W'i i b y th< i. %  KloM ana Second • eidered by atnor-lri txeuuvi decided thai .1. P. A. Collymore of CombeniH'i-i' School and Mr. L. A. Walcolt of the Lodge School should b* placed on the scale appropriate to teachers holding first and second class Honours Degrees and that Mr. v it. WlUlanu of Com' %  IT: %  %  aldered >l a '.: i ... a. teeehi i I and holdll i a 3. The i.' %  m %  %  l-i ..I April |H4| •flacUve date ion ot Balariei In the case of the Lodge Sell.ml. token | only is aaked Moll ley said that the lii -.I tiling which had struck hi when he saw the Resolution was the Dsjceealty le n^t In touch w people who knew more about than he He hail dlecUBead it with several teachers. As regards Mr Frank Colhmore of Combermcrc School he felt mat though he mi not a qualified man i:i the sense that he did not hold a oegre.v lo le ervinu case. It was -veil known that this gentleman had done sonic excellent work and the Government in bunking down %  Resolution to put hi* salary on a par with qualified p e r eo ns, was really doing, him ll< WOUld UkO to mention thai at sev er al ol the oil schools there were those who had given excellent service to the countrv and who had i on re* b ed an age al which it would be rather difficult to >• l dOWH W „ .. |,.,!,.. :' getting the requ.red %  ">• ew„, .:., i excellent service, howiv, | M hi ped that arhen proper repn %  ernm.nt on thell behalf, similai treatment would ho meted out. Mr. R f* Mspn although the Resolution precedent and In nli opinion dangerou pi ; he. hk> iggi spegkei agreed with it. %  his opinion, the grades of actlvltft Jo, rnoi ; i : ;>c . one 'f them %  h no profession c< Uln men by profei'ion of teaehn exptrienee deal Uthau -' hl ,,; "! III. J Mr. Cox (Li. Chairmen of th lb d^-ait w.n i bieh bad %  ::., %  week %  %  goods t.. mu> the! %  land dut> tree. When the com.i • into the matter, the onb point rued was lion of goods passing from mdlvtdiial to Individual But. <-\. leeaas it was geaeralla j. > .i th U %  i M.TT'.,' was workable Mr. Goddam .: -ui.l thjt the neaiure then in hano had a wide •cope, and he advised that steps should be taken by the Government to prevent the advantage people would take of the release in the duty on certain goods. He said that people would send various medicines to the island in the clothing and it appeared to hon ..s though BOma irople were getting relief while the city m.rert not. Mr. l-ewta (L> >aid that ..s .. iony, tu have to tell the public that the rolonv wal M poverty-strKkan, so imablo to look after the poor, that help had to be sought from a fi pi power %  irettabla He .ml that it [lie Government took the n e c esaaq rtepi t.> prevent the misu-.. of the partial release, all ndeuea could nut be cut. out at least some. Mr. Miller ID >aul that the matter only related lo old clothes and he wanted to see Ihe House decide on the issuu without further discussion. Mr. Beeee (El said that they should pass the Address because in .i people ill Ihe community who would bcneiit by uv bed relatives in the I'nited States %  %  THE DEFT OF HIGHWAYS AKD TRANSPORT St Mu-htel are making a neutral cl-arance of U# Queen's Park, aa s precaution KW that t?ie Hum %  Has, relio from the old Bar*'sdo Rail Rosd. %  .on with the Sanitary Commi—ioner* ot rj,-ut.ci Area frooi thr Victon.i Bndgut he fell sure that .., authonuea would tee to it %  %  tarried out. Mr, Maltley (B) said Ihnt inisuse there had lo be, but for all thai lh*) rould not allow the people who would benefit from it. people who had relatives in the United States, to Bjfnt There was an instance, he said, when he himself had to pay duty on some packages which were sent to him from religious bodies for some poor in the colony. Discarded clothing was all well but the question of medical supplies would present a vast amount of (Urnculfy, but they could not pour cold water on it because of the unscrupulous. The Government had to take steps to see that people did not send canned goods and other food stuffs for purposes of sale. Many people of the colony had relatives In Canada and he felt that the scope of the Address should not be confined to America alone but also to Canada. Mr. Crawford fore them, %  placed before the House in such a horrid hurry. As he law it Ihe passlni of the Address would allow ar.v individual in [l-.il :,'.. %  in iecei\e fioin any individual in America, any goods which came under the category of discarded clothing, medical supK and the like Some of the articles tbinK ..u to the extent i ring additional staff to was not %  %  MI Ihe ai proA d ol itui it u ai i< .,i the in. i tserved %  a iite in! i new hospital and the ... development or for agricultural work, u might In due approved I had now asked n>..' ,no the loan No do rdli the n ol tim a then %  ila linn of thi t Waterford ll.-t tin Land ed ft %  froi I. IhC land ei nlempl i nor ft I star) said in i eluded, it I hould be rnment until ad. ,i i ... ,, i. (. i) I. PUe %  %  id been bought ...,. r rei %  %  % %  0 i Oenei I hat Bl %  .. Vdvlsei to I Well • i, II %  the windows would let in the selling sun. Tin \ won MM at that time that Ihe urea was the minimum required for building a hospital %  i en u thi lUtbuUdlngl and quarters lr. Healherhead. Chief Hei leal OAwer *t •'** %  tnie uu dial he was afraid thai in patline A hospital oil that -die. they mlsht eonlandnatr the water inppll of thr island sMCC %  %  %  lank*. Ihe m-a-:s Si whkh the ll %  i.ii % %  dispn*e,| of their sew %  go wee Iwels '" amel up water Mipply i, WB ,,. m i; ml that Ihe watOi itipplj of Ihe oJ.nd -hould bx .,(,,.,!,,.'.) lb was mvnuonlng l .II. ild, recaua* ,i ii, ii ;.,.. i nnv ni had idl Ll '"" iderahi I %  11 i arefuU] con > % %  %  n • Houepj ble rotary whether Uv i %  be found fiooj loan i neral n vent* il< i. piled th.it from in. it< n before him It would be found from loan funds The i rob Wi had not yet been east tn weal be -<>• no reason wh) ry ft %  %  %  %  Mr Uafiee i not io %  lutlon Hi f mom $3,000 on liiirricane B i D %  %  %  did not reel Inal i hurricane %  ould on %  %  is one. tin %  '"id bi veyed to ini i %  > runnel Mr Mapp ill wa M Uw Ooln%  %  -, • on pat* ,-d th pii slowed water ta N saataoi • -lie n> him and he had tile reeenU) in com pa Ihe M ana err of the w.irk. the latter did n Ihe dansrr of piiUmiim hSSUB erakta althouth il was lulli ii.l|,.i| thai the island's ttalei suppl* H.IS of extreme un|Mir lance, i ideal ren lh. i> with Waler .hmk nabl D i i %  %  • Council %  i %  men) irove dilatory m an ivlng al onnei Hon Itti the %  if |he land i I u aft %  ford had In mil %  %  id and had ,.'.. yeai befon made an> use or n thai aii ih i fir, rntoutl horoughii In.,, ,,,,.,,, g, bool no Ion thai u >w t-_4\..t reacher rraln Not TIM* far Out ( The argument thai the flu MM ,_ L ( ,, U t,-, far out for a Hospilal—tWI L d one ne hoped that ti % % %  would come "" l • a dedalon in tl B Hospital was put ihere, con.„„( nil , (M(1V %  'Id put buses on f •I., rOUle UJ aStl '> the demand ued that removed the Hospital [. waft if> rd %  lh I" wuM be i he felt point should be vcttigatod TOR ALL CLASSES OF DKSIIMNCE CONSULT A. S. BKYDEiN & SONS (BDOS ITD.) AGENTS FOR NATIONAL EMPLOYERS MUTUAL GENERAL INSURANCE ASSN. LTD. LAMP SHADES Made ol washable material and suitable lor ceiling lights, wall Fixtures or Table Lamps. Beautilul Pastel colours. Prices horn $3.50 to $11.20 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD. 10, II, 12 & 13 Broad Street IN THE LEGISLATURE YESTERDAY Council IMier. *„rm H p f'onrt „1 i.rand %  %  lt.ee s m speech Oav at C lP A S TM i r o Mobile llnrma at fit Thoma> l.eetare h* llr V MOSeS at IMJCJk. M I"" Meellni oi I laaht • ftl Commn. r l n %  %  %  || lo !>* %  >%  ... M o.rajrlni l" %  i i ,. by the a*vCmnmiiMe on (an*. IS5S, uivP-r %  and 4 %  > o> Ihe Skiaar I' %  %  %  %  ltd Lai-' |,J > •" %  M out In th* -th"diil* lo Ihu rexi%  t.. i-ruJii.. %  %  %  %  %  %  I, %  %  %  %  %  r ISM f.H ihe i a r. i %  % %  i %  %  -, i e, ; i "own In lh* Sun f SI 00 lo %  iippwi fin isso-si. Pan %  l Na B. Mt i House ihc Moavour-lil* lloue 1*1 M I • | %  i Th. r.i .,.,( w II. I ,, rrp.CO MO ' !" %  i %  %  !! %  $5,000 LOAN VOTED FOR TWO STUDENTS THI Bouse % %  • %  day passed a resolution for $5two I a loan %  %  %  West Ind I ISS7. m i It %  hwavanri T,. I approvi-l and % % %  MI aesd He* .l.li u ri. HMfc Ihr 3rd j u n#. nopon A... !•*•. mar on ihiih Hrit 11 Pew ... .1 i .1 t... %  gM. ISM .,. ,,.,.,. %  %  • ,, ,!, % %  • %  • % %  and %  >"" nsaelpUi hM two """"* r .,.ii llri ._ SlaUnMOl of A *-mmnl ' H*rb*do. and minl rrrelved fr." MM Mal.t0 ,nenl U"d>r Ihe prof lono ai ih C D. 'id Art '"' V*"d ended 31.1 Mr.h ItSO. in reaoeti ol lh. •rvttal aeiiofnea *anrin>nt>d b ih MsOal P • %  T r rofxowoio POTP iwai I. IMS Mi ADAMS K%  R Ihe Mil" irf S3SS0 al Ihr diipoaal ol lh Ctovarnot invSjMeulta* %  ... .mini I ISSS-lt %  a %  psses uw ""< % %  H.oon || .1... .in.pt.ui ol UM I i l..i p ,,,%  naal Ira] Mass u* o*i %  %  When Children Are Thin SCOTT'S EMULSION HELPS THEM GROW STRONG Thin weak (hildrrn ho nr>.l mora ASI) Vitaausa aavafap icmet bodies, inutg bone., ii kSg Kim* iih and rrdifan.r. H t'.l.l. (.. o ran " taeej enssl^stJag lesei'i %  atslilm rinolarlf. more than just a Ionic IT'S POWERFUL NOURISHMENT lerar*i lanus leeoMa Aal> \ iiaiinni. lii t Mr WAH-'JTI ii Di.n pa..ll.! . %  I Ranolivr DI ihr GovemniMii of Uln rr-d to thr l f lerlM and li m oanWi A Hi 1 lo prov-Se far it %  Th* lo. . -laidar-d aa poned %  H..I lo -T-nd |., | • ... ..i The Best STOVE to own Is a FLORENCE OIL STOVE CLEAN a—I %  ;#'>. VO MtCAL Pg~^r You will be very pleased v/il/i your new IL0III.M i. SIOVI: and NUGGET •SHOE POLISHES gCB • OASS BSOV City Garage Trading ('<>.. Lid. VICTORIA ST. 4671



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WEDNESDAY. JCLY 1. 1M0 Monkos Are Happy Bui The Lake Is Dn BARBADOS \DVOCATF. PACF TIIRI I 13 TESTIFY IN ST. PHILIP MURDER TRl \L >ead and uppei %  Blood was oorttig from bolh noi(ritft. I foi THE OaaVttfJ Gas* it.P..ik KM was spent fur the upkeep of the water mill. $81.74 lor the upkeep ol P Un1 animal, !u tho Lake. — A >"cd ih.it ... bed o| the Lake %  %  A quantity ol %  %  DM and j ol water (rum reall that the Lake '.he animals that are arc u ur rabbits. I lg two moiin : ind a few Lai .11. mcod yesterday They thou pota%  NewBaiulslaiwI For Garrison T ill MUNDATION for the new B UM Garrison Savannah is now bcin? Ii Over 60 which Cnly a f< happy %  %  %  ... 1 %  %  %  i I'M. MONT HI M %  fourteen PrattOfl BankkfB, who ha woman 01 Hi.30th RegUMnl n.i beon hi %  ;.{ gardener of UM park i' TlU'lt i ma M tho planta Among tho %  • %  Una of Bowerg. tinUa hotly hawk.-, of various .olours, lube roses, snap dragons while in the Fernerv there are Uda Harri-nn's water hlies, a variety of palms, princess ferni. maiden-hair fern, onthurium '" nd •! lily pond, thai do noi b roe of Ihese Dlaol He has been working at Park from the lime he boyHe was there whothe Hun,,.,: on August 11, IB-il". %  %  1'iv.ri and. BOB Commissioned Uttlcer* of the Corpo, The piu plot around this monument i uu> la condition and \\ pot III %  | %  : of the Carn-tn contain A mi UN ... ,.. : ,... ltd %  ch to throw off water which Brcklw settles ..: %  oarwn .spot on tho Queen' u Last race meeting th.Hi it Do Turney was Superintendent Races had to be pvstpom*j %  • member when the L^he .uantiiv of 'nvi a small boat which carried water Battled on the track near ,s,,nrv for triD around the the FOUi rurloaa At that time there were %  •nv flowers around the Lake and iii been nmedlcd to a certain ex""• fernery waa much larger and ten and b not likelv lo !< % %  rrsanv more ferns BIII! He said that the amount (pent to remedy this was about I %  P Eoi'l.t: WHO Htvi ...Iva%  running alonasi.!. I greatly because ol urd %  I! who, wh :B M %  One renw % %  thl Ii bold lettan Sugar. Rum Tamarind* For Montreal rwo thouaand tons of sugar belni loaded on the ol.) Canadian Challenger" for ex.. abov, u Scrape On The Oalvai-.w paling %  Th Mterday '"' 1 today at 230 pm at the ComberI, will al$0 U|te M ^^ Qf rinds. 200 cartons of rum empty cylinders for 30 puncheons and 1_' mere Hall. HiExceBahcy the taint, Governor and Mn Savage will and bo attending and the Presentation Mnntre-il : !' I |aki half barrels of molasses will i*. taken fur Sore I and 3U9 puncheons, 160 iNirrel* and 300 cartons of molasses for Quebec. A SHOW viii ba ghreo by ihe ,r t st %  1 Jo i h n 1 ,he "ChallengerMobile Cinema at BenDetb Ei-aT^Jwi TL Bfl! OM ', 59 i Plantation yard. St. Thomas, to" %  "• %  •"'' ,K "a" _^ arrels <> fl %  The Police B %  C E Ration win bf In from 3 3D to 5.31) p in snow in be green by the ritinnA At IAhh ^tt.. ~ : iiiht fol the l-ii,i.' uf residents i f the Redman' area D R. K M B SIMON I i %  • I %  : %  bell i is port of the Pharma* %  ;. w*< ok Pi a Film Show will be At 7 o' Y.HC A ANTONI sTAMiiiNt; n alonii with 7W carton* %  ll,--cof rum. | of the "Challenger' Is expected to lx> completed on Friday when it will leave i—(i : ill take more t 81 Luda balora Dfl to Canada. court yard i : i the school chlli .I.K populai IradJUonal the I in,, \ |**ISI i:i('T "A' Police court v morning WOtlW trw *-* i-wded yesterday %  .j mot Ith people o the secpanlcd b] |in| l 1 Murder Trial started. Land of Hop.The Police had a busy time keep. Two hundred and fifty boys and Log the yard dear The most ;irls from Wesley Hall and St trying moment came when the School! lined up on Ii*Towd tried to catch a glimpse of •net -Aparade square were the prisoner while he was being Dractlalng for %  concert which will CMrrlad into the Court, only one are School woman was moved by the scene. f v begtlining at 4.30 p m. She cried n the road and 1 only saw hjm lake hh • a>ed shoulder A* a din that he started to run. %  Wit!! IK oath "Phonso. come back, don'l i Lin.'" Deceased started to loUow accused .rner of Eugene Wards house he turned back, and when he gj: 10 Eugene Ward's door he tell .own. "Granty Greene laid what are you doing with yourself?' t;reene left where he a ing up and wento conversation with Greaves concerning this transaction I did net discuss this case with anyone at Mr Blackman's shop on the Monday morning. Maynard recalled said; When I went Into the road and saw what 1 have related I had no knife with me. I had nothing In my hands. 1ST. I. %  Tappln. who on the 10th of April was acting Police Medical OnVct gjf District "P*. Hid that on that date he r* r f ,.,.,,, i ., pi r tnth m eaginlnation on the iKidv of Lionel Cartel 01 District "C" He performed It at about 12 20 i. n. The bodj WH Identified by his mother. Eugene Carter The deceased was about 3* .ears of age He had been dend ,bout 12 hours The body was that of a well nourished, well developed man He was lying on a table In the mortuary with his mrface ol the right ankle There i out I I 1'iig. cutt.ng through 1 -nd the soft pat wound waa caused hy a sharp .gjjed Inetrumem. and the clothes I gVABH the wound were rut' uSrougl "There was a "dar e-pi.nd in the '.-iik lelc-A th, left -liouldei eeeti the fiflli end sixth I nbs about half .in Inch v.lde and 1 three inches deep. Thl* wound waa caused oi sharp edged ini.rument TW -lelhes wire also lit through There vas no hleedm 'his wound, internally, 'ha ihors. vns filled with blood and several large blood clot) rhe I Of the left lung wa< collgpaed, and Ihcte was a t a i> wound on the %  luter surface of the iowet lot* rids wrund was eppoaite to the % %  xtfrnal wound between the fifth and sixth ribs as alread* menBoth lungirrrc pale and nnicnilc. The hurt was normal In i he abdominal cavity nil the or MHS were normal and heilthy •vtth the exception of the stomach -lii-h was lllleil with blood that •lad been swallowed. I dissected he acaln end rereoeed the skuii wip and found that the brain sub ftancc and the membranes cover. Ing the brain were In a normal condition "I found a fracture of the fourth cervical vertebrae This Is in the neck That In my opinion was caused by a heavy blow or full In my opinion death wi t due to hcck and haemmorhage from the %  !ab wound to the lung a i other II. i.' In my opinion death would ..i lo live U tftgf the Infliction of the ; u> wound to the lung Altai the irflletion of that wound a peram would coUapee In a couple ol '.he accused on April 12 ..• Distil.: C Polka Stall >< 1 examined him I found no niarki of irlotanca on hi) %  %  %  To Mr. near: The anemia oJ the lungs could have been reiianil by loss of blood following il wounds Ta the Oassatl I think the two parties would have to be locked igethcr for one of them to e! the a tab wound lo the luH| Ih.i' /\cid Indiqest/on e Alk>-Stlr*i il >< gasllic Midily in %  hurry %  th* larga table) in a iU< water Pleasant tasUBg, eit*i teat. Keep it li-ndy — a VI ka-Seltzer BABY'S TEETHING need five you no anxieties Thrn. U.H-.I I., no r.-il. I u.. Ira,., u.. UA<\ .I, ...I.. ,| ) U u h.,,V.lil.,1, ,\ l'r...ti. lnf.nl.I',.,|.-.. I,,„.U. %  Mkai lU>r, ikxmU i I .ul II..,n ll,K UU.I ...I%  UK whrn bain itt^ltiil llu.nifh IfdlujbB, nit I-I .t jll ill. v •f \IIMII I I I I 1 Ml I M4 &f fit. ~* Learn from the hospital. Whenever infection j threatens in your home, use DETTOL' IHI >OIU> .Hlinrt.c ItmkrtHl . Xj*-p*iim*t />„•/ I'm. . DmUtl *mn m ASHTON & PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS Stiff joints? Aches? Spr.iins? :I..I apply Sloan's Liniment lightly You will feel Sloan's doing you good at once. It acts quicklysoothe* and comfort* and drives out all inflammation. Mjff I SLOANS I fin l'4se 7 Aboriginal Paintings • Trom Page t panning is on BM Interior >f caves and this too is of mystical or religious significance. Tho paintings are usually of WaVI figures, rain gods, who are also the nncestors of the Iribe. The figures are completely abstract, the heads consisting of circle*, the hair and beards or radiating lines to symbolise ran., while the bodies ore reduced to a few straight liut-i The places on the cave walls that these figure* occupy are considered to be "very serious magic" and are only approached b> aala members of the tribe Other paintings on the ruck wall been marie by the aborigine, for theli own amusement. One rap iT ten kld a man on a horse bu* as the artist hail never seen ;. horse the intlttel he drew wtn Miy like i kangaroo TTMM were only a few of the examplei itad b] the nteaker, who hnpee that nil remarktwouhl stlnui Into interest In painting that Is %  "I distinct as Australia itself am 1 ahk h he deecTlbe. at "an exprei Ion of Q race that is old. THINKING OF BUYING ANOTHER smiMIF.YI ciirac HI.X1. CARS HAVE AHKIM:I) •JHH7 At i.vi' if.ife; wf.'.iro.isi'H I nox iniment THE FACTS ABCJT L-RESHER BREATH und 0 LSSTI RIMS Toofh Poste —, In scleatifc tests, more than M of cases unfnot te. but for hottrs with a single l.r braaklnii frfiraTKRltea PDOTH I'A'iui txciusivt ui'mroAM action AMD NIW hUNTV StAVOUei i.* N* USTBk|NI roOTH PASTVatske. I iha M Up t m *i ii mluiue l.iniifoim Aiaaal ii^r ##!#;#. tin i> %  OK Mil. Ill KKK \\l |'| KIOII %  i I PHA1 YOU H WE IMMMII;VAII.S. I ASTrRNs H, HAVE YOU SEEN Ol'H HAMD1 MIDI. I otn|irUlii It immrr N.dl Puller and II .o lirl All III line Only St.It I. illldl. IMI.HI. ID & II Hot Incorporated 1V2S FLY TO NEW YORK LARGEST, FASTEST; MOST LUXURIOUS COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT WORLD! tJOUBlB (DECKElJ CtfPPfB' SOMETHING BETTER THAN LAGER mtiiL. lubrication is Important t For prompt and skilled lubrication drive your Fotdson vehicle in to us. We are your ForuSon specialists, and do the fob thoroughly at low hied prices. Let on abo tell you all about the latest lTsames Trucks with their big bodies, rocsmy alt-steel cabs, tcmi-forward control, etc. You will be as enthusiastic as we are about them. FoVdSOIV Vans +%*me8Tucl* CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO., LTD. Msm. £1Presidente Irom PORT Of SPAIN (••in <"•"<"< '' %  • u irwuswsaaatea to i^r "•""" • %  asVsi -i ik, i rlaaa Aw*., ,l..k~,I i !>,.,.. ti Dlren r, .,. ,,, \.„ j,., 4 MI A 9lkrf li Pn aassia AgsVtt M Eerapi flefsvaen PORT OF SPAIN and NEW YORK .i. Suptt Iviut, t J-sef Comfcf uprrh iHfil...iiidt, l |i, ; %  •.lib skggipngns i ||b M.aail i dai yaw .>.d..,.i„.l t.1,1.. • • lob lansag* im.i i-< aa a dsei sOtaMaa .,,.1 ,...'. (l i.,,,,. sBsdra light .iioxl.ni. • Spa.i..,,. .„!„„ ,|, ,„,,., •I Wag as %  aa deeka aHknsV asdlili i afle -lid li n,|H „ • taerybud) ileeea ,.i iiagkl. Li ... fl U M mi ..td It RIO DC JANIIR0 M0NTEVIDI0 Only B AA allari iwth m upin. ahalsa a< iarUai; '" %  •" *!• IvetlstaaM Mretai tm 9 uiai Htten* J^BP %  "' iHnvtia it/iW/trs s D \ I it It...I Si. i ft i >*..... ;ion



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PA(;i BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. JULY 1. 1950 HENRV BY CARL ANDERSON HERE AGAIN THREE STARS' SWEDEN'S BEST MATCHES OBTAINABLE KVKRYWHERE. FAItltOW'S ui \\ 1 run PEAS The l\H<\ lirutlavour of ihu pick of ihc cip c-aaj fl tea... Glands Made Young -Vigour Renewed Without Operation ihyalral W UHM X n. -. and hrallh li. r which i ll.ll.; you will nnd new hat %  n Ameri-an medical %  |crr youthful > iont nnd vltatltj/ uul'bor than ffand operation* K la a elmplo homa lroatrn.nl In tablet form. dlaeovayed by aa Aawriran Iwetor Absolutely harmlraa aad <-aa> to take. bi> tl hour* lle< aie Datum! action on fUBda and nerve*, your brain power, memory ar.d %  TMHll ifien Improve umailnaly. And titaanr — --aIk. 11 %  ted and pm in America, and la p-.w available at all hemliK Here (let VI-Tab* from your %  hemln today Put It to tha teat *>• tha Ma Improvameni In :• houra Taka Uio full bottle, whl-h la.ta eight dava. under the t"-HI>a fuarantt— that It ritual mak* you full of vigour >"-ry and vllafltv, % %  'eel 10 la I* yearn younger or bach on return of empty package. f I' VI. tha guarante* double-itrrnath battle Vi-Tb Kttttni HIIH< *Mt.ru*iitj (^nde^oH BRITAIN'S LEADING AMERICAN-TYPE CIGARETTE ASTORIAS BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MCMANUS % % %  % %  %  AND psAt, AUE i P i /. I. i PEACW TC %  AWV C A IcARO I VvONDEC NVHAT MA .OB -5 (W TO MAVB CCO OjJECLiSTBMtrJTO PAAJrtMTfiBS TALar OV6C7 THB PHONB L'fl h| ^ ML Miaj(jRV" GfiT UE fMAT CAW or TCMATQES-^ ANPOPCM "Or> CAMS CC PSA4AMDOsiTMf !(."*----ELC IS THB I CAM C*= PEA .t*:f, -VJHIMV&ytto I AT nvoewj THAT CAM _> OeHAMUjTOee AND .IT !" ~" A CAN C* SPIMACW SHALL I PUT MACOONALO 1 MUIH LTD.. DISTILLERS. LEITH. SCOTLAND So' /mponeri -w.s MONnot t CO iro ft ndgttown, Barbados. Headache's gone ... I took GENASPRIN" """"""" ,„ ~*Z***Hk V^MJ;.. lll> tfaTJ III II Pll 11 For Rosioiifivo Sloop MANNING & CO., LTD. %  Ovaltiiir It COfaptgggl* At* from Jr...;. and HtJ in an murrlv natural wav. Taken at bedtime if help, to 1'rcak down nrrvom MfMoaa bullc up during the day. induce* natural relaxation and pfltpfafM Hie ov for peaceful alrrp. Furt her in or,-. Ovallmc i.tin building *l up dtarfaaa .leep. MCMM if. important food element, are rradil*. ltlllMJ and ah.orhrd. • O.altln* 4I.0 v %  ... %*luahleionl. t^oMtttM whlth help t" i". 1111. in a lu-jllh\ IHIHIUI .Mi.ni. I r—dr u M TOU WUI rind. Uk COUMUM otJtc**, UMI 'CHvhta*' will do a great deal M brin^iou the V nd of .leep w huh reall. rel-e-h.. and r.-rnr.> Quality lias made Ova 11 i 11 c f/if Worlds most widely used Food Beverage



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PAGE TWO rtAIUlAIHN MiMKATi: WEDNESDAV. .HIV It, ItH C, IV, not It,ti the •' hn--'.,. Meatier. Mrs Hilda Wai % %  Rasflmant Mr. and Mm. Donald Saoit, D....„:„_ u Hon v C dale Mi and Mn Keturmns; Home Trevor <. %  %  did -'i Lynch, \>f ,ss T|:X '' Hollowaj WinM-m Ward and Mr Ar* % the past two thur Pdo artlh i Kronp man the beanJ • CodrtngBeech Club Mr and Ion "mil School, Mi %  terda Mi Hug* Redfeni entertained .. naomlni for Dominica by B.C. Were on Public HeMth Course R lrom Jamaica e. v BWI. Irupaefor, : %  %  well A.. .it Jan.nt ,(!-> %  i ntha on Juiv the] naduated on %  lllU own Mr. Mi an i %  Durin.i Jamaica his place %  %  n ... %  .-I %  J." Leaves Trinidad Today M i. niMM.KS MrF-WKAHNCV ., | the Argentina. He Komi %  Naw York • . % %  i'I • %  I I %  % %  Visiting Her Brother %  ,a|IS WIMKUKI) PABRIB Ifl Capt. F. C rtm*. ,.f POUea wf> w.l A lor Puert" „ iho US Sh-W going loBn.okh.i U lUU %  " afc *""£ whom aha haan i aaasti in She expecis rty lor aboul M< rnOOtt For Actors ACTORS iiic a very strange /\ Witli IM i nthutuun "' %  *•• %  "'"" ,,. dare 1 ay it. even tt.an inti II % %  • %  s %  ; l.opc, mav be unr-i inslrunit-nis. it |n| in a line orchestra i doctor. u OtMfi arhoaa inowlduai now 10 the best tl bravuri rtgrt which rjvarahadowi aaanr. m the play Shakes,ii, provfdaa for %  %  John fik'lgud M pfirtv if fmir and tln-rr wrr.i ,;niv 'i-ln-i B.D.C. Chatl*r C AniB hoar: thai lh.BaiLadu. Dramatic Club has n man thlnklni ol g4vln| %  'ii.<' irf i •.. t ear) !< %  month or o The idea %  %  In % %  iiii%  every i i bjOMI "Fortnight of Sundays" Airways Thl II i ship which win Uka hat i<> ire land Which is lii I %  i \ %  ind Mrs. Oaofl • i on. With Ihr "New York Times" fc*ISS Barbara Cromk left yesCHOS3WC B 1 %  1 U \i i r : 1 i r 7 A in X 1 I 1 hold. \7 tirc'av mi mil i Mi Dorotl w Ibams in Ruerto Rico Over ik foi the Weal < doing %  %  arias of Travi • Nen v..ik Tin Qromk is be) % %  W | ,i"nu.tilli %  Wei r %  %  %  ;. Martinique, PrCnl l !!.,. %  M Cromk told I Qovei i iiitig on Barl %  • % %  out Iron i. %  i \ %  nun it in American maj i whUa aiio ho want Into Iha bush Bin rtean aboul it and although waalts On hai return b< %  %  %  %  that fouitct-ii Sundays wera < %  "Island, I just couldn't n • ing him. so he had batter laki lag U rot myaaU a foitiniTiit's haUdag So Mr They <'X]n"t to ba In Mi Allan decided tcoma to DarbaIn li 8. 1 i .3* 13 I Hill 14 l'r.'t-~r.. iiUii.. IHJ nil it |fl Meaai .. rilt (51 'ii. I : %  ,i .. ., i I. M % %  P. 01 IbiH n I. Whit w, uuM do SI I II I N.v.i bird. Ill %  'I 1 1 1 Mi %  %  at the wionet t MI I 1 10. ciiemirat run, lot M i m. Llbrratr Ml .n smmal Mi — • %  a WIIWI Ml %  a AnuM pull. Ji .H.(. RADIO ratfilAMMl %  %  %  %  Ms: • U n. ftc%  I %  Pard*. l • m Plp nd III fin. l/towIo*"i 1 "—"• l" t m "-' .j.itaa I %  mi->.••('. i P i v u Thl MoUr %  erdeM (larnin* PalM*. „ %  l.nr Evir. 11 I TW. t*—*l Imr lMurr. | l*v n*Ri LMSMon M1<. 1 Th Nrw.. 1 10 p m NM Anal Pans designers have b?en vins> a pre view ,t lurrtmtr itvles (oitaj beach This BJ\jd->-e hern lerfcm by Maicel Rochas is worn over white short*, Left Yesterday M R Wt BROWN and M> I .vniericans from the Jusej (innpany In Vena* i ecn houdaj Ing In Ban., h July 1th lelt yeaterday tor Trinidi.0 bv B W I \ i With T.C.A.—Toronto M R ALLAN MAY t from Canada on Saturd iiv T.C.A., is with the Maintenance when the ..if i.f I <' A |fl TflMint.I HI "' ODt] "me week he Is Caerabafah ; i% p ali Io*in An 1..U %  > a* fc(M>*V tlJmalr.. W.Hptor. < %  r 0#"'i-ll> "W-"i'^. P i" * % %  N--iwl, 1^ %  • M'*< Mk Ij t *(..-jld%  Dpirron. :' p -., V %  > m land prnf Uif-tort. IS p m T M.. I0W pm IntrHiMtr IS t -" %  p „. inr* Hirt. !•• a* " img Value. II p m Priwn IK* tan t*roS*anwn# /Jupt'rf fl/irf y--':! a—45 Whtn :h ior clo apprjird Rupcii BSd ^mike od over th m :bry rrat'i H • cry Bdwsid and 'Ra.'-i. vour friend prssaw kssad ht and h<( %  and hit to ipend I ig ih whote 'ior,. Ihn hr %  K-n smg f • %  •"' at b'o-i Aboriginal Paintings the I1BC profnnl nplalmd. %  m* ptl> .II. .i M~i .h r comI". B.lto.w Srrprnl. symbol ipoka r.,nlly ... rrrallon. the ctteW reprci Uatd by a Irlbc ol n3inl.ra and also Ihp can llan abotljlnal, Thi. Is whera Iha larpenl stayrd on hi ...iliv. In the cxlrcma. lor Iha lournays. Tha loolprlnu in irUall ct.. their palnlinss on those of Iha first man . •!• nielf before an Imen the Rainbow Serpenl. causli any and and wrestled with him in Otik" Th rirti THE GREAT LIE" I irank a %  SPRINGTIME !N TEXAS" PLAZi% American Contractor M i( ANDY DL'ARTE Amor 1 %  i • i who hi living in Venezuela for many v< ,n : ,. ..i : mil >I'-;IT,I komlng b) B w i A from TriniVaOJ .'nela. HU ire and %  hers >.' %  tinweek-end, and ha has eaana lu them for a < ah %  : sen daj rhsn ara itaykaj al me P %  :Tub Bnss. feet In *i/e, are always -ii • %  with tribal mythology imf" the M-remony that takes rfBfr they hava been i' %  tory thai tura svmboltaes The ..i and a painting i. ..( Iha creation %  lack Una Aith groui •. Of cmtenliii | on one side -!•.. i i Iha line are i '"'I ts mi ., u..<-ki(round %  %  "':. black line, so over they forced him to reveal the mn.' c The huge secrets of life five hundred ,—,,— (yp# %  "Too Yourg To Knov." 'PURbUr.13 %  %  Anthony Adverse" tnviTIMilOTI -Meres hnu \ \ \ II 1 It A A \ R II. o N .. %  : L L "• On kiter simply stands Tor another In this i-xample A la used rot the three L-. X fr the two OB. etc Single letters, apostrophles. the length and formation of the words are all hints Lath day the code letters are dillerent A Grjajaaajsjasg quotation OEH XB NA MUV VXB.QN YOE QXM NA EMV QNAB OV QMIHAQMIVX %  "tf** marrj hat it was then i that 19 mash had this Idea and at %  They had all been raftl I the com M %  %  • thai v-on C140 I %  r o i "Perhaps she I* I tm win to allay our :• : ted S hls. %  that be Inti ha promlacd to IM he knew. He thl the matron. By %  %  ; %  pared" h %  %  Thv SH-I Round* ni T V." .n. rtigaole I 11 .illcin. making motin %  < %  bile .main He arould provl ridon with .1 Ith roads leading out of ll ail round. To l have tn ,:n round an fi" 1 1 . %  • %  Ever; road leading % % %  ever) road leadlni back to the roundabout would <> round !•: from <>' the 1 1 behind The traffic iiniiit. would ba f old tlm and me. "Where M> Carav 11 H 1 Saucepan handles a hits ol Iron bedati mi the : ah-ah-ah Ah-ah-ali-iih .,1 Add fOUl BWn contribution o( talmon-tln. ruat) diHH-nailB, and broken wli %  1 %  %  At t ica* pa**tnu by. lad u rottcM boot and aha aHd pout, d tell ma irhy. Wordsworth 1 (bot (faftt Dunlopilio, the i-riiynal Latex foam raahkaaagk 1* kdaaa Ibf all rtsmams It raalata vermin ami rc''t s doesn't make dutt and is completely odourlei.. Neither continuous use nor damp heat ha* any effect on this longlssting livnicinc cushioning. Used for mattT leS) ctatiri and %  cats, II ensures many years of complctr comlort. the .ns.de secret off modern comfort Are ubtaiiMble al t\\l >1ll I'llt Rll A ( O LTD D..( I--.I \ A t l) I IB M % HitlMi LVD 4 r HAItl'.IMIN .\ I 11 .... ucsTION Relieved By ONE DOSE Of This Famous Remedy Don't let Indigestion make your meals a misery. Let lust one dose of MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POW1 >l K bring you relief' This famous remedy relieves pain and discomfort quickly and effectively because it is s perfectly balanced scientific formula. Try MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDI-R 10-dsy j Qi'A Ucujcdion Jimc !! .n si TIII: IISII: FOIt IIISI AMI lli:i.WAIIOX s/##/. #•• MURRAY'S MILK STOUT i.v *•:%*;/.#.#:•.v# inti.\K \run .1 MM: I.\ mi: ititixY OIIIUII iff mi ti-s mih sriur FH03I *>/ I.IHH I It MANNING a CO.. LTD.—Wants 1



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WEDNESDAY, JULY IS. 1*50 BARBADOS tlitui Ml I'M.I -I \l\ CLASSIFIED ADS. 13 Testify m MESWRIAM roil M.vr HOUSES I AftOC YARD and HOD. apply • r at STUL'TXS UHL'C vr.>l** Wi HMk %  '* %  &*•*. % %  < .r.T' In St. Philip Murder Trial • i"brri4 %  DDAPn %  i e NWC I on SAtf %  RiMCDAl.r Marine r.aide%  1 VeraneUha. UIB-I l*rfi I l>l Hid MMII K *iw Ford Pi.v. I • •. mile. Oliifi i.Und DAVID %  RIC* %  i' : NOTICL CAJt-Vauxhall Valoa IS h p perlart Condition two (MM pair,! work trunk *ver Lilly filled for U> lml rarreUtf of inora luggage Rinf K S onVe i-a\ llama RU* %  IW 11 n ELECTRICAL BfcNDIX WAMIETiA Ani>0T ahlp!. taH .•*. I nv Dul MTB DaTfttm A CO. Ltd. Elevtrleal Department IS 7 SO * lion <••' WJ to % %  "" ••* < """ l W O fiM le .1 am Da Coata %  Co Ltd Electrical Derailment Ufj I'.Hi Uakrt} H ii'w* knnwr. %  pula %  WooL I h.br.ii fN"M d*>n an the IMh %  X no rianaaefan. can I* k by 1 Brjrw m i <;:ii ii fyr%  Signed I UII I i:saIll I'MISO* \l THat public aie hereto) warned >Ra UOOM |na Clarke • a. I do not r m -*lf raaptmUble for her or any •tea eanlraclmd an> debt oc datol. rrttU) %  nallali Elertriced Jill' lf*l>. %  May IWt %  %  %  .. 11 T SO—in ,. Appt) Village. 81 %  j so—a-. TWO HOBWl Maraa d are at i .turned work For I Ke ate : i>r phon* MECHANICAL MAi'HINE %  •"" • 3110 tOTV ft! TVPEWRI %  • • --"' ""' %  %  ID |oort IS 7 SO—In TYPEITIUTUtS—"OlTmpta" portabli tvpr*MtP!< >t.ndard keyboard Prlci %  110 00 A G SI Hill. Jam" Street IJ T SO—In MISCEU RNEOUS ANTIQUES of av/ MOWN OUa>, Cnlna. old Jowela. fine aUvar a*. ftoKnua Early tooo**, M"p. Aulorrapha, ate al Oan-tn*e* Antique noe>. ad)olnb>| Royal atai Cl.b j ^_ ui RECORD eifttt The pHhttr at hirobj w ar ned, against iiviTiB oedtt to my wife I' I >i.pe Allen. M I do nol hold n,vi' heieby AfantM givina credit to m, wil Crxpnian. HMO Bni-ter) a I l leaponilble for her one IM contrncllnf any debt *mivalk away and the deceased followed him Returned For Hal %  The dereit" :. lartt'.l to Hill foil) OUl Ol nfm W %  %  • %  shouted, "Phonso. Phon^i. ilmi't run .'. %  .. %  .."Dunni: tinitruulf the hats .if i-iih UII rtocaand and tlM accuaad droppad oil 111 tmmcdiiitely iMiric back for hat, i Iha die t aaad who had run throunh an alley waj RBM I v. fut his imii.Mi.itHv i whlla allaniptini laJn up hii h.n fall la Iha ground i;,,, M arho M lUmdlni nearby went to deceas"--! tance and tried to taki I id ma l<> help l did to Aha wai I bit he,i-y ror in of ui "' lent bj Louli Miiviiard t" Cl Mr. Blarkm.v. h Haikman cam* nnd %  /> fled Iha deceaacd t. Mi BlarK inn's mulriue" H • >> 11 v person thai I racog tueer! (lurlin the slmcpUapai Horn iha accuaad ind Oianty Oreetif I %  rrlandl! %  "> "'h ,N> dexreaatd and the accused. To Mr Drar: Appia said th tier the struitale Ihe at W %  • I I... ind U> '"' afraid I'lANTS AppV%  r MM T.X3 II 7 so—an %  : OALVAMIZX PipeI',. and > Inehe. aUta fl.-xil.le ...ndult in alie. llnrh and IS Inehea inquire Aulo T\T Company. Trafalgar Straot. Phono saas i T ia-i i n uw Made by ibr lamni WANTED HELP I %  . •. mi, ufllce Apply | Uw HOM Cotton Kai'tor> IS 1 SALES OIRI. Ratjuiiet -Hh %  noulrdc of SpanihH if poaalbUi State ailarj Appl P 'Mtic tv> is.T.so—an %  nrriTv M\NAC:I • I •moll nutar EaUto in St Vincent Young, energetic t**ll •durated man r I quired Futuia proapert. good". Apply to Mount Uanlltirk Salataa Ltd BY inttruclHiil) received ,),.. WAUniOI-ea:, PAIRCHILD STR:T, opp—.W. ltih.M TranMtl UfTlcca on WEDNESDAY mini I MORRIS II II P Seann Ct.r agrd by Ire* I C1IEVKOIS7T REDAN CAR ItSS well kept and In perfect mni'lrn !" dr>i no' %  liaurberi rrrcnUy pul on AMI H Arrhei M. Ke.,/le $3,000 For lliirricunc K(|iii|Miicnl dj) rn>m faajt ;> it the i i .Mil ben | usetl In thai ease. lh*j Mr Warn. %  Mr Miller < I %  %  dental ol iildl hav. %  %  %  %  %  oi j nuj l is black mal Covernni.' %  • rnanl whi I %  %  Mi. WJril -li of the %  < %  Oovanunanl '." % %  irrei %  K pmcnl a III %  HARBOUR LOG PASSAGES TO IRELAND In Carlisle Bav 11 1 ... ppaaj an> at In Touch With Barbados Coast Station n SEAWlLL %  %  Ihtacoll %  %  i %  %  %  %  I., 11 \ %  ' %  i ...i ID \ %  \.. \ i t.m ;III M DECCA A BR! N 1 M K RECORDS 111 II I III: CENTRAL E .MIMtllll >l .( iartral laaatu I M t nr Broad k>aWdnoiiisVaaa p..>lp..neil aiHl "ill 'i B da me th, at I vtTJ gi—1 imirtltl uith pin. h. aeon liKftrton I t n a IS by U, rtinino %  -nt. iu>i back VOnuM %  md bowl % %  • .in""" lentvMiig UtM hOUOf ithe %  • I 1, %  -'..:. It. i> Allt'Y A BCOTT, I IS 7 SO -4n. low : REAL ESTATE HOUBE—Onr IXxible rootod I ..i Apply M <;,,. .. I 1 %  -ippoatie l 1 SO ,nd dH Kmgato%  SANI'C.ATT". Hailinga, atandlng 3 M0 .yuare tn* of land on Ihe ae-aaldo uf niinlnil Road The Houav contain*, draw Inf room, encloaod (alien on ir ulile.. two badrooma with dre-eoi' rpnina, kllchonalte. toilet ami bath %  .lair, wllh urual rooma dowwUIri toaj flighia ol atepa to aea O* E;^t*ric and Water li*ptii•> inuiwm* and I walked off The dwased walked behind him When deceased gol near to the accused the acctiswi started to run and he ran through an allev Shepherd -hotitcd b htm he came bnrk Af.et daoaajad aranl after ttv accuse-l he had lost sight of them It waa loo dark to oe them. It did not nppcBr that they bad g< i % %  hj When he lost sight of them they were alwwt 15 to J'I i<. | ,r :iv from him. When daceaaed took up hi* hat .... i I look up hii Ini'ti .i lo i.itiie up "Oil II Maynurd eama durti atruule Sfaa • %  %  %  %  i i in need oi | I I 'A %  Fund (." | --I in thai If Uii | ,.i%  • ttva. %  i. %  by ol) roadji KM ucedv workei than thoMengaged in 1 %  i Mr BrtANt KUt aV To enquire of the si D ber of the Exd saanl at the noxl Of the Mmi %  \ I. Whether Oovernmeni I %  with the weighing ..f il i numbai .-i i lln^ Islnnd2 If thi || V.'' will I .... shall fee eontti i i throughout the reaping season, %  ith.-r mi A government i tne inapaa tor, %  (b) a weigh.' (c) A member of U* Force or other Pull;. I thoroughly nperatii'.i of >i I'm %  BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL LAUNDERING OF NURSES UNIFORMS MALI ,1 •'' ,ho HosirttaJ .II lo I] o'clock noon on Tu I 1 %  I %  Hospital, and lem* ,. tiown lo i -i-' '' % %  %  %  the rulfllmai %  w IDM \N tan i :tn DIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. MM I Him (lam Air.-Ui"•<• I DX %  rtrsMBtt \nir. .. forn. Qroua of The M %  IT Mli iii %  obi* n against prickly heat, itching of the satin or eczema than PurolpowJer. This powder keeps your skin dry and cool, prevents superfluous perspiration and fights all skintroubles with success, by its well known curative ingredients. DO.TRX Pimples Go Cause Killed in 3 Days N .oderm I Rim ' ire i rri Of th! MM \ i. eiv consldaring g Bill In M | The Hi Buy badge the poltr. lhai 'los la eaughl bv %  Public hlghwi I Bdgt, it woiil. ed some %  %  l'fly l*a%  tl i i I %  i ..... Mr Adams who Intro i that when he bTOUgW it before the House aga b any amendment* made WOUfd b. %  i anaul I ilvi tl rjdjefi %  %  %  .inn Higl I. take D I %  %  111 be i il ",—idant I I A it i t$n II i tti. i:i> | H tui:\i ffK HAV1 CIVBD %  || | |g II t< i i R| VM I Rl I /i R**n.l .. I i UI III I I %  ill I l COFTKI MM I CORN Mltl-R ^"• %  s 4MALI HIM *l 111*1 D HI I %  %  i .nni i ; %  t it ISI mi -II. vi !.si. IN STOCK BOB IBON8 %  '' II ill 01 r CLOTH MIM KRH Hi UNI RS IIONITOI PBBRHrRI Mi". I I'rler. .#*! %  it. liMtftttr t\ .S* l,ttt. '\ ;.<>iiui im thf S p m a M m *' %  /##• ** I mi s.p.CK. mi MII l.l FLOOR C. F. HARRISON & CO.. LTD A Mill; i %  sum II u BOOK B %  "Oh HOOK... S J I I -I. 5 I %  '• %  I II 111. I *t I *'•B i .,., s I WILLIAM RMJARTY LID. l "CIMTWKKS in /)/>//!( :rin\ I INK TAILORING IS vi.w IYS \ i"\ ro iii:iioi.i>: Our Tailoring Department •hi-. :, .1. .,-.n-.liv Popular K. piilnt.im for ii i in IT i nil i: HIT IIORI i MM AND ATTENTION" whl li < %  gl i" •' ardari for Suils .1 ii ) .... 1. I.ow ;.rr MyUI I U...s (.,•( HUN lr.nn "FOGAKTTS" //.V/.V/.V///#V////''>''V/i --.-.*.-,•.-.-.•.---.-.-------'*-'-'''''''-''m VIEW liiisi HorsE HASTINGS, BARBAIIOS FXCTLLENT ClflN.: FI.'LLV STOCBED BAB BATES: (5.0* per baf upwards ilpeJaalTe) ApplyMrs W. S. HO'.VLLL, MrTIAI TfRNING I if:: i Mi OUIIONJ HELD I NO BATTERT CIIAPtfiINO MtHOB REFAIK.a (ioKDON H0I.DIN BAHDADOS OAAAOB, toi u IS-I MM i KEBDI t onat i i AMiKI.W D SHU'I'AKI) nl'd'iallaa Ufa Ai I II .' rl %  | HAVE YOU GOT A | COLD or COUGH IF SO TRY BRvWM'S I CtKlAIN C0U.il CORE SACROOL CONQUERS PAIN C CARLTON BROWNE 5 llsltlaajli A Hetall Orugglat I Hf. Roebuck St. Dial 2SI3 £ keep n Bgftill hand> KNIGHTS DRUG STORES iVirs. HOUSEWIFE Wc cun now mpply ro Witt Of foUowlaf in ^ F.irtlicnwnro MIXING I'.OWIB (in v. 'I U do. TEA CUSS .1 It II ATTKHS !>[./. fl £lov iMsass BAl'CE IIOATS And ii'i-r. .'i''i • OBI l1 1 '' %  nirnt.on P.y U I Vmt before Purcli lOB| Klsewhtrt. ras novsi FOR BARGAINS) \ | The Barbados Hardware Co.. Ltd. | I Noi aVckM SWAN STREET PH01.E 2109. 3634 or 4406 J; J



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B'rd ii • o il a . Juh I'l Batrbains Aduncate II % i: i i M s V r a r REDS CLAIM 1,;>00 U.S. DEAD 13 Testify In St. Philip Murder Trial I AST KASTKK NHillT. sometime about 9 o'clock. I Carter mi r&uiiv it a % % % %  *. ami kg c*lliip-ml la < f tinhouse iiiicntWurd, u iman who of his iliiimhlrr M.ilina Ward. In lh .Imk Crand Session* \esterduv Alptumsn Itrufli < i' in ill wild tinmirrdrr of Carter. Li...., I from *M IhC MI.IMII r I the C nurl of ralte ipp—wd • little labourer ol .aid : 1 knew anal my son. H lived al toll roar, i shop and I %  "I the %  Jfall wus I lllui of Ruliv m the St Philip. The date wai The J. most ol the witnesses are %  village of Rubv mid the IM %  b) MM Of Si Hu Honour Mr Q, L Taylor. Acting l Itii-1 Justice is presiding own Inf. COUTl The case for the. Crown %  !. bung p.c-ented by SS-. F Field*, acting Attorney General .nd uie Hi*cueJ is represented bv Mr J S. B. Dear Altii 13 wltneaMe had spoken Hirther hearing was adjourned .."til 10 am. to-day. 1 '" %  %  tarter : • Sea View. St Itiilip Lionel Cartel who Me was 36 yean old my home at Baa Via 1 remember April I rent il Mi Blacfcin bought four cents in ex(ra sironga, and I saw niv ion in the shop. KtU i leeyVuj there I went to the Park. While I was at the Park I |Ol a message as a result ol which I left the Park and n-lurried to Mr l!l.ukmans shop. I found Lionel lying in Mr Blackman'a place He waa dead Next day I went tp the mortuary nl District i" Polite Station. There I saw Lionel'> body, and I identified the bodv in I)r. Tnppin .is that of n.y son. Mr, Dear asked no questions Aubrey Blarkmaii. 3C r a shopkoepoi carrying on business at Ruby C'ornei 51 Philip, said, he Knew Lionel Carter very well. He used to work at Ruby plantation when than VU any work there. and in hu %  pore time he used to help him In the shop. Ha al nt his home on the night of April •' He left aluul 8.30 and leturned about 8.45 to 8.51) After leturning he called a young man wftom they called Granty Greene, and both of them left the premise* 'I he next time he saw him II was about 9.10 o'clock. "I was called by Greene." Blackman said and I went towards the direction of Eugene Ward's house which i* about 20 to 25 yards away from my place. When 1 got there i an*, the deceased. Llona) Carter, in a silting position supported by a man called Cleveland Appla II. wa m front of Eugene Ward's house It is nn open front I supported his left hand ami I lold Greene lo support the right I distovered that the body was not supported enough and I called on another man. Sonny Taylor, to give ma %  hand. Ttie foul H HI took deceased to my home. I put him on the floor of my drawing room and supported his hetjLwtUi a pillow I got the impression that he was dead No Pulse Reaction "I felt his pulse and temples and reaction .and I went to St. Philip'* Mmahouaa and telephoned the Police at District "C". In about len minutes two policemen arrived They Verified that Carter | hadJaHen Off was dead The police van cam1 after, and a man name-! Arthm assisted the police I' put the body in the van Blackman .said he knew the acHa lived at Sea VktW abou*. ; AprilS [half a mile awaj from whan he, ad and lived When he got on %  .. bej where deceased was lying, the lat| 1,1 waa lual a few feet away Hum Eugene ward's house. To Mr Dear: J know Louise Hci husband iClaude ,. i ening attending a Bervlea ol Song itoth of them came to my shop that evening about 8 to 630 p.m. Mr Maynard lid not leave when his wife left. She left about 7 o'clock. Her husband was there up to the time that the body wa UUtan waj from my home. When | was called and I went out in the direction .[ Eugene Wards house Mrs Maynard was I met her coming (rum i %  %  "il of where the deceased was. I was coming from my home and she was coming toward* ma She was about 40 feet away from the deceased when I met her I know Greaves the fisherman. He might have conic lo mv shop 4ii the morning after ihe 9th of April but I do not remember if he (lid I never bad any lalk with Q i OUl Louise Maynard not oem^ there when I went on the the incident was all around Ruby Corner on Api il 10 I might have said to someone that deceased had been brought into my house, but I do not rememhei talking with Greaves i Jid not discuss it with everyone that came mtr the shop. There was general conversation all 01 nine LouLe Hay Hard of Ruby St. Philip, said she was uu agricultural Inlxmrer about 42 years old She re m embere d Batter Sunday night, April 9, this year, she was passing through Rubv Tcnanatry .ibnul 9 lo 10 p.m. A Iftlle liefoie she got to Eugene Ward's house, she heard Ihe voice of the accused. She heard him say: "1 am coming out of Eugene Ward's house 1 nm not taking none If I knew that you had so much to sav nhout me. when you put your hands nn me just now I would have known what to do with 'FANTASTIC' SAYS MAC ARTHUR Investigate "Sabotage" Explosions d II. Kngland, July 18. which Ports* uri Kiid. naval i] have %  Ammunition > %  building: %  j . lead b] %  riCTTRE ABOVE *hws UUIR SI. II.II and it ,n Top,.In platlnc rlaon on No. 2 Court at the HVIIevllle Trnnl. II..'. rag) >lo when Tennis Ar*oeUlli>n hrld their tlrsl dines .i.l LM \mileui liar Iguana Murder Trial Slali|1 W j H S U p por | For Privy II Council oecuntv Council I-OII1-OE-SPAIN. July 18 Aftai lie ,,1,11 ,* Criminal Api>eol quashed convfcuoni agalnal John Thomas and Rahim Abdool. two men from Sout'i I rlnidad a cused In the Suchit i < %  i irder trial which re-li lid the .n i used men havi token the mattoi to the Privy Council The retrial itarted ou Monda> mornli i btwOOn Tnnidad solicitors and s-ilu'itois m Englan I were handiit m to have the RUM:er beard by the Privy Council in Forma Paapcris The accused men are In remain m custody The men an of the murder of shopkeepei I. •OR in Suchit Trace —Can. Treas. 11 hile Red China Ih legate Remains i Yard ranch poltei arm winch ubvorolve %  UvtUaa %  died I %  ith iraa Biu lien an %  tatomonl tnnot be rutod oul Naval authorttlea wunid not commont bul %  throe recent caaaa of i •abouuja In daatroyt i Two < i ..i r-...i 4. ui PORT-OF-SPA1N. July IH Twenly-two-year-old I diopkeepcr Sui Tai wa* found load i" hli bed by Soni police U is morning with his head tw I gfld he went around above brtiered and his left inn brohi die house and went to the front, n d believed tool be an He had come out through the back -iK.n after he had ,l house. When she got to the front of the house she fouTifl him round there. Out there wete her-elf Lionel Carter. Giantv Greene and Cleveland Appla When *he not around there ^reused was liiaiielling. but she could not tell artl It bO WOJ saying • %  I saw the deceased. Carter, make a catch at the accused" witv i ned r an Into the road When he ran into Ihe road ill quarrelling. The demd provision loop, which is on Cutacupana Rood %  "> U %  waj lo Maracas tiay. when he retired for Ihe night. Police did nol suspect lhai the motive was robbery although Ihe money-drawers trora found opened when making lnv I II i rnlnf Tnora a cash in both drawers, A blood soaked pillow is the onli ctuc I" which the police is working. The ised took up his own hat which [police believed that Tal dm not when he made Ihe have lime to IIKM bach i |ha acc ua od. The dweas|nsled that the attack ed from the place where he Hiding up and went to the # On rage 3 9? Days Of Isolation Are Long Past' "WV Die Or Conquer Together" — Churchill LONDON. July 18. PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee declared gd an Australian Club dinner here tonight that the days pi lion were "long pg**" l lh '' i ,Jsl li f n vnn i ,ays !2S what was h.ippriun,: in Korea was (ar away from what wal l in Europe. "But •aqteitenc* haw teught uj that ftRgrgojolon in one pert "f the world may be follower^ i .. i enaion in other parts," he said. He told the gathering in honour there are On the sup-erne mwo. „f ihe A I ,Llt *\ a " ... -hall Oil die or jl inspire us throufl-oi.: conquer. w !" > %  ne British emmon,. >uae far bowmy%  i T, I,n> ^iii wi progTOOl Ol ihe whole human Vug un .-<: % % %  %  Albania. a> %  Albanian N< %  i .^' i % %  %  %  In I ton %  Th. \ the Albanian Government hu i opened with Chase National Ban In Ni Tork %  % %  l06nn .u fhvi B r%  been lyin( a "il" H ; he i %  thai %  It i. . i r, .,i.r lirilain Getfl Full Report On MOSCOH Talks I I lo h.l Ihe p eful •ettiomenl ol K an M U at Peking On C ell Though Hi it.mi in I mi I I tuna. • . endini %  llork. \ehru\ iiiltialUr . now %  eeii lo br deprlldi'iil In A Urr %  Mrni m the reaetlan i MM 1 idled SUIes, BriUln. and I i n siDovld K 15-mtnuto H< r %  %  l| %  il pjTi spent an i• Bmbaaay pieparmg a roroign Office in ii. line dift-io<, %  the Kmbaaay, nch Ambassador at the An now ol HM Ir.iith I i %  %  Britlafa art %  J il irth Borboui who was DETROl r. Jul) \H United %  100 yeut lot i.i. i CommunMi.i.i.I., dai b) Waltoi Prealdoni of the UnHod \nto %  /orkan Union in a lottoi to I'resident Truin.oi He advi ilaj to) ;..-.ic offanalva undoi Ainein.ii it. f... .urvival" Ne propoaad a worldwide pro gramma undo) United Nainm %  He .\ i iged %  hifge inler. %  %  . 'poopli 'ubli f..i peace within UH Bach nation would '.. .i Tumi .mi CM lal eon\ %  %  I !> WOUld I hart the I : %  would be %  ipandi d I marl p i ma Ai Uld be tteiilr IK A Brltlah I DP tan saio • %  tain had ici-ived a full r< : DM | ^> hthuatoi Ai rl 1*1 MAC ARTHUR EXTENDS RAN On Pa/pern TOKYO. Juh 18 General MacArthui AUk niander in Japan I idg] that the ona nisi newp.ii.eiWl] I I June 2fi should RmtUHM I Police yeaterda rundred local C imitte,' ofTlce* and nC put out by The* banned ling ai I T'ie Communi''. Askhl said recently t' %  ) 100 Con CoOUnunlat Chini. rruntat publications were rog tired at the Japanese Ar -rieyianother KeUy-Oroi General's Office I %  %  not be discounted —neuter Rf|rr aid '! %  lid give %  The ipol ' %  i. entirely separate mat'. u ken place betwt %  %  Brii ndian Oovi ho Inilian Approach to Si I %  %  %  %  ppt II i to the solution of %  % %  lom vld Kelly's conversatfoAla in the pa*t fortnight %  %  fi rum with the United I and) Ambassadors, and nas kept the Indian Ambassa%  devolop ... Anancy Taaa lo %  %  n Indian i . Nehru* approach suBesU-d that Ihe Korean rnlll ml ( ht Iw rOOOlVOd if the < omnium*: rpraaanolhra tM>fc ( hina'% *ea < II tho Beeaniii ( mm. .i sun li ins roajli areleaaaed Nahni' p r oeao e la iniiuuir' ,.. ( i .aid he -i-it.ii the view lhal Uir C a — a l with five graal pu-m in ludliu ( ommuniM ( hlna • " P-lfe Russians At/rising V Korean Troops T WASHING I'ON. July 18 li I Bl ih Del i-nigh i motion that Rua%  IMK i% ith n "certau Ni MI, KOI %  %  ml..i iii.! 1 .. ... ... Ihe unit known %  earing Rus> muTormi Thai la the iirsi 1 lhal the lh' aid "as fai ... the Ai it.. li... i %  ad 1 he 'iftlrei He alao aa "i the ich Ihe ad% %  %  . i %  %  Jill % %  •i. Kore in Am Krulrr i in TOKYO, July ,8 AMERICAN ARTILLKRY booming sultoily. alone broke the lull along the western front in southern Korea late to Dighl i I-'SI IUR v their breath for the next phase of the campa i O I'l still ranged along the anweal and BOl all but abandoned Taejon, tinprori hern capital, after having fought invading ComTftn almost to a standstill No Offers Of Ground Forces FOR KOREAN WAR %  INBERH> i. now on ld< rli I..i Korea win not ii .Lie ,,in ground '<'! %  <• -.. tarci %  i pa of the British ammonwealth "'. rupatlon force Japan, II was authoritative!) lined here A %  %  %  %  well inform %  na| aid %  V-.ll | Hut usuaU) un %  iinv. i Ughl Include mi in raft Meanwhile i nl %  %  i %  I |lng ..id to Korea allowing .in urgent appeal from United Natloru B -. retai i •General rrygei Ui <<" m t p-s t" .ud b.itd pre %  .: \ •an Irooi A round 'it 1 ol *orli npd.ilrevi all d t ai ada Mlliur) advi • naetlng again io*doj %  ,> dlaeuai i before ball Qovommenl Informed quai %  iv believed the Cabinet might iirnuntl IIM || President Enrico Dutra ,iholding .i Cabtnei moetuig In his palace u a result ul whit i ha %  %  %  %  %  rhe Cabinet ia meel i '. i ..i mon % %  %  imon r i %  | %  ... . t I i-i\ n-m kseal nine MIHUI.I % %  '.-. mn 1'y.n ajm the North pita 1 an nltored "Inunaagk'. s'"i %  I i..I that ROW enPh. h.i ken Ku Rr.iin w with ii Ihe lull Am. II, I %  %  %  ere building up m fee %  ... km | the i n %  %  %  al Comm %  ihl th* %  •jnei had broken N An An • Ih Armv Ughl within % %  .. %  I I N*Mth K. i. n icbine" %  . Hi. Kmn m tl I "Mill tlut Seulh KOI.MII bail -m reaafulb eoaerter lUthed il.ii. \ r.rtiii tiinuiiheard here BOOed il.. i .11. n South II %  unl il i I IMIII d BOM • i-l III! K M\ nllei ..nil ..i ihe ..II im unl U n aetorn %  Hpa4i baae Puaaa h.id fallen lo fee m> ui. i> i. I mill It lai %  In tl hi.. Iced Ihi i %  %  rcemamta T M kept th ui ik nto Puaai .... . buildup %  %  l Al %  g> On l-Bie 7 India Getfl \\ heal From Argentina i '.'. >C1 HI g-t : M \ .... 1 %  %  MMi .1 |ule u<" i Lhoi ;. i iras t thai f.,i mtr ii| — .•..Mi'er %  %  Mil r In %  %  %  irlu i Vital Information Leaked To Moscow Within Thirty-six Hours Of Release U.N. Suspect Trouble When Reds Accuse TUl UNITED % %  V I IOt i;.ill...i today naked Unlti Trygve Llg In ;i resolution to drat %  ri g Greek Communi! t Party l i B lino Greek a la SQO.0O0 |o Invado Alba 11 • 'i> %  • iuitf% in ii n t <>mimim.|ii> The r.iintniiii % %  %  %  %  %  %  repre*i I IMK here %  %  i % %  %  1 %  %  I %  i ..tiimmihiuiI %  %  i sed the • .lkuressive InKeutrr ill Watt On The Stock Exchange 0NDON, Jul-. in all furl I %  luonci n ..... %  But then %  -i ,..-k %  %  In Oorma ..i -i Japai II Uall> hinder %  at in I %  i m ti whatever nre fee British Comth, and whatever are the i "-speakinii Witt whatever Internal divisions to glad to haai that Ihe Prime Mlnbttei %  humelf most fullv thai II was the ragolVO ol :tn British Government to sUnd closer with u Stale* in the lolnt nrganlsaiion of the t'nitrH Nations on Uie great ich are now presented lo -Renter. MIW YORK, Juhj 18 # Newspaper columnht Allen reported today thnt AntenMoacow ai munlsts ran Defence Department authi Ue* were "gravely disturbe-l security leal involving etlal A i for Formosa In the Waahlniton lle^n^lrh l;i". Allen vld that wlthlt. M I of President Truman %  • ;.i. ada) d wore i Ighth pei .'-nt bttti %  Aim.ne %  . %  %  *am %  recUni Kir t ea %  • ion from rormoaa 1 bg others %  w i nmmunlsla hav strlu... ,. %  ... ., n Bhlma .KiU|m a po srKaffl aaad maim. Mik.^ka-Shima ai • fui doCansive f ..tor for Formosa", 'steady. Ihg SakUh.ma group — to Ihe oast Allen wrote. — Biln. BRAZIL WILL HELP UN Kin :> T %  %  Korea, uauatu berg to-day. —Reut..



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PAGE FOUR bAKHAIMis U.WHAU WEDVKSIIAV. 1UL1 is. tt*J WSft^H E WEDNESDAY. JL'l.V IK. 19311 Young Women THE slrenuous and laudable efforts made recently in this island to revive the Young Women's Christian Association are not without significance and promise great benefit to the community in general. The need for such an institution has been long fell The sponsors of the Association can relv on public support for their energies. An Association is not necessarily a place where women and girls gather merely to join in discussions although these are inevitable, but its influence on home life and womanhood can be of inestimable benefit to young people. Institutions for women, lew as they may be. have proved their worth. The Girls Industrial Union is n outstanding example of what can be achieved by perseverance and hard work The falling away from moral and religious standards which was most perceptible during the years between the two wars has not been arrested. Gaiety and pleasure seeking derived from club life has been enjoyed at the expense of the more endurable things. The ambition to return to paths of rectitude can be assisted by a Y.W.C.A. concerned with the full development of Barbadian women. But it is not the collection of large funds, or the erection of a huge building which really constitutes the founding of a Y.W.C.A. The essential part of the work is to get the idea spread throughout the length and breadth of Barbados. The "get together" of women and girls of all ages for the purpose of disseminating useful information and the exchange of visits by those of outlying districts and the City would brinR its own reward. Because a Y.W.C.A. does not end at a building it does not however mean that there should be no financial support for the movement. Gifts of money are essential fo enable the founders to maintain an assoc.ition at a level where the chill wind of welfare patronage cannut cramp its ideals of fellowship and good companions. And the appellation "Christian" need not scare away those who fear any sanctimonious atmosphere The Christian standard and th obedience to moral obligations remain the only safeguards for civilisation in a disislands has a tendency to inflate the ego ot traded worka-day world. The women of Barbados of every walk of life must now regard it their solemn duty to support tho efforts now being made to give a Young Women's Christian Association the start It deserves. They can best do this by joining the association. Till! I ul!sai.lllM ....,ks TIIK CISCO QUAKE H? Hi rn.nil U i.l.sh Onr on a mountaii preference. You know th< sort of ihu.K--k.ndly old bald headed monk* ami St Bernard J'K* with l>.irel.\ o[ brandy under their chins At one lime all the bext traveller, manage*! lo get them-i-Kioenighted near tome monastery .here Uicy found MDCtuar) from iluzards. robbers, or the howling wolves at their heels. But nowadays when you travel o 4 Viking or Skymaater you are hardly ever succoured by monk' lead of dining with some jolly abbot at the end of the day you are whisked away to some :OAC hostel or a marble hotel A'here the wolves ir : %  11 .-i < uttirig around the bar III .1 IIIINM sr... THE monasteries art still there If you look down from your ptane you will see tliem dinging to the mountains as they have done sinec .lie Middle Ages. There's one 'omewhcit OWU Vichy, which is bang on top of a mountain, and sometimes as you fly by it 1* standing above th* loud* like an island fortress ir i misty sea. But the airlines never atop here To the modern traveller II v only a sign telling him he i* wo hours' flying from London or •liree from Home So I look back on my stay with H i*l#*i. JUJ hoil. al i*w monatfty ,n Cgprui. the Cypriot monks of Kykko this rule is never to turn awaj .m>as a llttlw triumph of travel, one. have had to build two %  ..i When the monks topped off in C'ypru.s on the parks and a block ol 70 gUMt w*f* fasting d ti I way home from Israel, and when cells' to iittominoii.iWall thai I ..t th* the girl at the airport reception Outside the giile, that*' i OWB li Itwlr frugal desk showed me a hit of 83 hotels privately run enfr and Win* shop, far* Bui thai VI I me idea al where : terrace eat and drink ui' the valley His brsi M|| OUR abbot was in town w* inivad, but lb* mot charge of visitorlighted to see us and gave hi %  li Ttwra were 14 bad in oh. 11 "A'M i I'.ti > il you don't do as the monk.do1 St. they put mi%  the head of their labla i I on lentil bnegl, ptku onions' and ollvei T %  % %  r wall you iaka the island I said in Jest that 1 didn't want any of them. I'd a terrace ovcrh much rather stay at a monastery SI,. roiled swe tly and aid Well, 1 dare say that could be %  ranged." And arranged It was i no lime al all I was on my way |0 the mountain-, with <;i.-ek-sp.-aklng escort. lighted to see us and gave In.baal I hadn't realised it, but slaying tell. There were 14 bedl In it and In monasteries is a popular Cyprtot they all had clean sheet* and U Umt. Instead of dying out. spring mattresses. N..t ,. sign of a the custom Is so much on the inhair shirt any when crease that the monks are hard being a weekday, th.* place .-.as put to It lo find room for everypractically empty. Apart from body. ourselves, the only VM'I When the heat of the summer seven drunks, Uafa akes the plains unbearabU. the radio rumbas. Inhabitants don't soy; "Lei's go The monastery h.. Ashing or swimming.'* They say: post office and a radio, but no "Let's go into a monastery plumbing We Washed m cool water brought in earth pitchers from a well in the yard. There was no hot water, hut afl on the island, and you may stay thc mon ks of this order are nol Up to throe days at them foa ii owod to shave it doesn't worry nothing Yoi, can take your wife lhfm murh rvr „,.. .„ „ tlli .,. HAI .,. ,. „,. ,. Jlh „, thr> and family, too. ir you Hke. The |r( nol flowed [o t „hall ellhi i catch my plane, but monks keep open house There's notmuch going on in then era* D I The one I was taken to l* called ( monag l ry 0 f :i „ avOnlng. so most waking, for Ihe bell INN run| Kykko (pronounced Juko). ft s „f the monks go and alt In the ealc in ma ll I.1S a.m. a.auti pan up on a mountain ridge outside. We joined them T w willing I attended wlh breathtaking views Al h(1 ni x loMl „„. ,„,,,, „. 1V1 ,,. ,„, „„. ,fc st hour In the old days a few spare cells drunks WOT* rjngtl I "ngs were enough to hold the occasional c.rvtk. and to judge by the ocending I slipped out and with ni> wayfarer lost in the mountains. ca slonol "Tut' Tut! from the .-."it drove dJOWB th* mountains but since the building of a motor mo nk, they wen DO. in taste in the dawn road It ha,, become so popular on %  Oon't you m lnd penplr mlinn The woman next to me in the hot week-ends that by nlehlfall i, k0 this"" l i^ked one of Ihom. plane a*k*d whal hotel I'd there may lie anything no to 300 "Watt," he answered, our doors at, ami when I said I'd '>..i|Hil Ihe underground fury—damage ranging from minor crfJCn to complete demolition. Inca or pre-lnca walls are almost everyCusco and on some of the heights ^rrounding the town. In many cases they have MI vxl as foundations'for later Spanish masonry—the outstanding instance being the Monastery of Santo Domingo perched on the massive walls of the Inca Temple of the Sun. The May earthquake demolished much of the Spanish-Moorish superstructure, leaving the curved-wall Inca masonry virtually unharmed. Half of Cusco's tt.OOO inhabitants slept the Jir.st few cold nights after the 'quake in the streets and public squares--either rendered homeless by destruction or playing gala until the extent of damage to their homes could be determined. At the time of Ross's visit in mid-June. Peruvian engineers had torn down several hundred unsafe homes, and the demolition process was continuing. Despite the general havoc wrought on Cuacoi homes, only about 100 people were killed and ;t50 injured. One-third of the city's population were attending a soccer game in the stadium at the nearby suburb of San Sebastian on the Sunday afternoon the 'quake occurred -a fact which probably gavfjd many lives. CUBBO was shaken far more severely than ban Sebastian, even though thc nearest M'i.sm'jgiaph showed the suburb to be near the centre t.t the temblor zonj. Interestingly, Ross notes, the very sports arena responsible for saving lives resigned its normal function that day for some nmr to come. In a matter of a few days, ft am. barracks for emergency bousing use occupied the big playing field. Relief and reconstruction work, in which many organizations took part, was ably directed. ROM Reports, by Dr Albert Giesecke of the American Embassy at Lima, acting as representative of the American Red Cross. Housing, health and sanitation were the m Mil wh.„ ll ihowd n,. ,,.',. .'.'i "":••', Problems, food being in adequate supply from the surrounding farm countryside. The 66-ycar-old Dr. Giesecke, Philadelphiaborn American citizen, is almost a legend in Peru, having worked for that country's progreai continuously since 1909. From 1910 to 1923 he served as president of Cusco Univerllty, living In the tile-roofed city and holding tin* office of mayor part of that time. Largely Ix-cause ol his efforts. Ross says, tourists to Peru are now generally attracted to the longtime centre o( the Inca world. D. V.SCOTT TO-DAY'S SPECIALS & CO., LTD. at the COLONNADE lu*ll> NOW lir... I.UOSA MAKMM-% %  •!FatfeafM MONK A tilkfljM BI.IMM\(,I Dag .\rt: TKIIT JIKI: BATHROOM SUPPLIES I.OW-DOWN SUITES HIGH-UF siMTES i AST 1MON BOXLS WC FANS S" & "P" TRAPS WHITE 1.AVATOHY SEATS that monkj i wine I ran iiy that I PI didn't wblcfi Li probabl) wihj moil of Hum drunk wuter. Afterward %  m bach to the cafe .ind talked politic* Thry ;iv|(<'i| if I had any Hnlish ne i tn with me. 1 hey couldn't speak English, but %  MM of thorn i couM n 1 gave UMm wh;d I had, and "". then IN nil went to bed In out" KII tin' monks, tlic drunks, and Ami in lli' il.iuu 16 J .-. HASINS—22 in*. L (with i>r without PU.-UI> SINGLE and DOUBLE DRAIN BOARDS and SINKS SINGLE ALUMINUM DRAINBOARDS ALUMINUM SINKS24 Inx 16 ins & 3u ins x 18 ina GALVANISE SINKS PORCELAIN SINKS Ins.. H ins., \ Ins., IV h.i, and COPPER PIPE %  FITTINGS WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. SUCCESSORS TO C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. lii-il 4472 4817 lit < K\\ I 1 M STtlRI.S /#/#IMiffhituI Smv wm tin's* %  tti-ihii/ .... Ill Ml KAKA (ASAHKEr per bottle . OlAKtR CORN FLAKES—per parkagr Ml'FFBTS — per parkagr WIIEATIES per parkage UALTON'S CEREAL FLAKES — per park*! UfTOfra RA Jib parkagaa (IKHOMIL — per tin K.W V I'AAKL TAWNY — per bottle K W V SALTERNE per bottle %  JTTI.EMOOR WHISKY — per bottle PRUNES IN SYRUP — prr tin S .66 .39 .37 .43 2.16 I It 4.10 STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. .',i PARIS, With the Invaiion of Southern Korea we have entered in Intermediate phnse at conflict— a, half hot war—In which Ihe USSR hai stepped up the pace with camouflaged dlreel action ai-tui* international frontiers. Thl* will supplement their usual activities of subversion. sabotage and sponsorship of local guerrilla actions that characterised Ihe cold war The Soviet Union decided upon Korea to test this new phase because:— 1. Korea, like Formosa, had been written off by the U.S. as %  timtaateany indefensible; 2. The recent Big Thrw Cnnfcrence In I-ondon didn't seem to produce any "hard" policy for the Far East, and 3. The U S snowed u luck of determination in holding the line against Communism by appointing an unknown—Charles M Spoffortl —however capable ha may be. as U.S representative to Ihe Atlantic Council of Deputies The Kremlin didn't expect Ihe prompt dispatch of American military aid in men and material including ground troops. Even a good part of the free world was afraid the U.S wouldn't take such a firm stand. That she did has strengthened the lineof democracy and ha> had a tremendous positive gffed on western morale. I tmue tint Franc* will ba aiiito send a: hast a loken force to KoVM Wl cant nffOfd nora hocauag w< .•Iready have 150.000 troops engaged In Indo-Chtna. The war In Korea will If a long and difncu'.t one analogous t.> France's four-year old %  -ttii/.Kle in Indo-Ch.na against the Communist forces of Ho Chi-Minh. Ihe North Korean armies are welltrained, well-armed at.d ihev By Gen. PIERRE BILLOTTE attack has been well planned while the u s is itarUng DTOm %  erateh having to build up Una of supply 1.. I. ,. ". lurnwr rr.m h U.,ilr.l Nation.. brllrvr* lh< it!.. 1 m Korea ll 0Bl| Hie %  Bl fill urh my im uiII,.1 |..,-!. TOfM Of ltal Illl lot tr h r t-iii i ian in ih* llvlr N*** SWrv r tluil the l'nlll Hla m -i •ait to put M divWtom i to II • Arid on a mSmn nolle*. The Liiinese Coniniunlt %  milOl now free because the allied tleeta are protectinn Formosa. will probably be thrown into the Foray, and nothing is to prevent Hie Russians who have about 3,500 airplanes in the area, from announeing that Russian air and ground fours have "volunteered" lo fight In the North Korean army to %  •liberate" the South from the •Tiiiminn dogs of the American Imperialists". In short. In* Ruaatau will dj everything possible to tic up American and Allied Forces and to Sap American strength with the eampaign in Korea If the allied forces should ever be in danger oj baaia puahad into ue .sea I would favor li. IHicki't atom bombs and BtomlC artilUi> wariM %  (if count. MH h UM should ipracedad by dua sraming to Uu MWRU Coniniuiusl *ynipathiTers wuuiii rota* a great hua and en bm ihe n into In the west WOUld UIKMNtWld UM n00fciiv : %  uch a move. I think we're going to %  *•* busy summer and fall. The USSR will iindouhtedly try other pushes to sraakan and fraj U Wi I I e ui The> %  mmunigi i %  Ho Chl-Minh In Indo Ch m n (tack nurma| or Siani. or they may foster • liberation" novementi anywnere. %  long the Soviet petlmetl f III .HI. Iran, Yugoslavia,! Oermnny cr Finland. I Hut I do not think ttuq will' risk a world wur. they know thev [ cnu't y*1 match v s strotcgicj ,III power or the U.S. stockpile' of gtom DM tM America is now! %  wnk*, Th> a I to pica HUM own tnnr to take full advantage .if UM ttement t surprise, they i ani to be Breakfast If You Were The Last Man Left On Earth... Bv T. P W. MAM.U.IKl' M.P. IOII w;ii rliinlilnj; In part of California snake bit htm H* got i %  how to his lonely cabin unit dropped a hamnn'i on In* Bow The hammer "fell, hattdl* up, on IU heavy hea.ll ri.f Tiii'M'in b ., neat lit) i %  which i cannot unrav*l These i. written on it page irf -EARTH ABIDES." I,v dramatic wrlttngt loh recovered from the hite und from some added llekn* and began to wood*! why, avan hi bad B*cn no our for i spl for 1. %  '. n whi %  and i"" He drOVa down to the nearest lilting -elation. There was no onr thenlie drOV* DO I" :! %  n .n. % %  : township. Cms W*r* DOrki the Hn-et*. dons l>ark"l. i ll Strolled acrOM the street But there WOT* ii" hoin.m batn Gradually b* urn %  that an epidjeun.nad kill<-l Wrti ally everyone In la* States. And. it appeared, In th* rest of the WOtid I Thc ramohmcai <>! hu ;ind Ihe anl had wvvi him I death wi.it ha| In Hevernc Han} aaopl* havaanmaed thanatlvi ,.t tome time b\ whal tinleft nlone in |b* world, D I] L> : %  l 1 %  ound tnat Ida* Bo i W*Ui Bui In %  uilt up .i %  %  I v %  most up-t <> date iivih. %  m otor-can uoUmll cd tinned food, nunleni hoaaH booka, sanitation Driving along tupcr-highways, hut -lill .:, i n the right, he found, here :ind then.others who had c^-jpod the plague In The Ead himself, through them rve in rebuild %  Bui wl %  built tin" than the old, %  loh. at the and of hi long life, could only say that

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Mcr. i ii. MI BARBADOS AhMJCATE WEUM-.sUAV Jll-V 1, 1950 W.T.—Derbyshire Game Knds in Draw Rctin Mashes Out Play W ith Ton rists Leading CHESTERFIELD, July 18 THE WEST INDIES bad to b.conUnt with .1 draw In their match fegeiiwl Derbyshire haWI today, UMN being, M a* piny after lunch owing lo rain -mi the Stunt was abandoned Only ST rftinutM plsvy was possible lotlav Mel in that period the Wist Indies added f>0 runs tor the lot*. "I two second Inningl wickets to their overnight score of 41 for two. having held a first innings advnntace of 112 runs. //V* A Blessing Out iti < %  from Iba p*-t wtiK n ID soul htive h.ii i WOOfl, If* %  I,arivoc to lose 1 • no* bm it body-line I t tool v.. %  %  troiti the (act thai the young Larwooda aru I H girl* —Ham Pollock, ulklnc in the, BBl print.! mm*. "Nfi From llnroe." Tides Favour Channel Swimmers rOLKCSTONI KiiBland A Uo/cii ham* M %  i % %  up shop in Folki prepare.! to n. %  eperati lbs i. ci from ih. [icii institution knuv.il .i English Channel swimming. The reorganised Channel Swimmlng Association doesn't .loubt that persons who claim to have ,-wum the 21 milei of frigid ircaeherouwBtei bet i B land and Franca in n uth-tellm* tjod-fraiing people Tin \ tion |u*t want ; :n that first alti ike has something bluer In mind this ve;ir a non-stop lWO-wa> to prim the ehanqfl in August. Re.btneau was reported training; dattj In 'he Rrvai Marne near P*rls. This rhnnnel swimming business •>as been going on fee 78 **•! %  the record books variously list 30 ii :i3 parso ns wim hav* made It .iri the Sii-uof Dover Iti't ;he fishermen amimariners who irequent ihr channel const are hitrd people lo eonvinca To tlwai, i>nly "seoin* is belicvin'." It was that dtabrli. I lhal prompted the Oral organization 01 ihe Channel Swimming Association In 1927 Among the members were T. W Bur****, II Ward a brother-in-in* Ol Captain Matthew Webb Up lo 1937. when the i.ssucmtio .'•Hvilii" lagged, the association I..id recogniz.-d the channel iwim* i.f fourteen claimants. They include.! Gertrude Rderle. Durgess I ml Webb who MarWd (he mm%  l87^ New Claim The gaanrlalkl has a backlog lo work on. Among the "mv" claim* it "111 Consider ll one b Mi Sunn* Lowrj of Bagland who is llttad m ""'si unonlclii! *iifoid tK->ks as hnvlni channel in !33 TinCOMI batwean Dovot and rolkeatfine is dotted win, wouldba channel iwlmmen these days Shirley May France Ihi nolglrl who failed laaj >*ui is praparlng I ond try befota the end of Ihla month. If she is auccasaful, aht .-.ill be Iht %  .-I. in the Himnv. i The Udei aro moi favourable %  • i ?:i and Erom Augusi 3 .'> But the a/atai lemperatiiie i.inges Mom (ill le hit degrees in .'ui.v it gati up lo ,; > -^ in ii;August ari bout M in Baptamiicr. Most %  winunei I ave, prel erred less fnvi.uriii.lc lldaa and leas nigU watan —INK. The pilch was ll ratalJ satural%  •; when piav baajan '" (he turf was so slippery that nek son fell twice dunng hi" nnanlag oear The Di eaptaln • his fasi howlat and ba g^<" Rlchi .• I.ll -IX It, and foi bouni nd Rie during a inurth wicket stand of 26 Gladwin, who took eight artckei 17 during the match had skee possible iWore lunch Pk\] dnl ^tjrl up again how.-ver %  hough the light was poor, and Ii i;ii the Hi -.t delivery cif Rhodes up'ning over Rae touched the ball tO I>awkes who held a caleh at the wicket ChHstlani came out to )om Watootl and lliey put on 13 in g g II--K.1 %  IOUBM rsi 1 n 1. _. .tlll-llll I, I Trr.tr* 11 Itrvlll h f;ir|v,ii| Walrotl n,,l .111 ChriBttaal nui OUI film T.H.I •I I •> '"i I v : 3f. 1 w, •m>*i ,NCI AMALTIM* OUdwin 1_, ....I. Yorkdiire Defeat Roebuck Old Boys In thai! opeiuii, m* 1, hxlure Vorkahln defeated Itwbuck Ohl Hoys by an innings and flva rum Ifoebuck Old l.oys batted Ural ami •cored flfty runa with Saata and R Lewai Morna twelve %  eieh. 1 '%  , id und H llarewood lk ; wicket* each f"i x' ami 2* reVi 1In ihsrli I I. Austin scored ';. Crawford 18 and O. Harrow 12. Sank collect* 1 1; wicket H rum hoobuch Old Hoys in their 1 aature 1 ould anlj muttoi ;'u rum dur to MMIM wry AM bewUni by Crawford and Harewood who took aim im wlekota toi H ind tbxae raiu respectively, First Mwl .i maleur Ten nis Association The opt I. Auoctatlon K" -tart at Upl hV %  1 < 1Mb ounda at lha dtolatsal of the A**<%  %  1 ammlM ol spectators ... Inrad inaichi.. th mil .'ion. i'hi km Mai a KB %  I toufhi '01 on lha three et.ur.s was on'y equalled by the 01 tanunanlp I lit ta atrrada IM inoailna, which i ina iKginmng of a new era of 1. -r. ii % %  ins 11 Barbados Takiim manj i.'* 1 an\iiated to the A%  i :..t.. .i.a.ihg With that keen ruttoi which has coo 1 ojcal '• I Coun Di Charli? Manning >">d Eric Taylor (Be levillei *,\>\*n*ti pete 1 ticiiev lie) and Oaotfrev Manning (Stxathcl) 1 -.niles Keci.U Coiilrsted .... %  van keardj contested one. each player win lung his individual BOrvtc* whkl brought the score to live nil At this lUff) Ui Manning WOd rvka lo love auo '1 II ),!> f,IV..Ill Paltoison und Manning ihe>i • rtuma and %  make the acore Bill ll Each player then won his own -civice to nvei tin eon all Hi Manning then won his service and Patterson dropped his to make th>* keen I In favotu nl ni Hannlna an %  raj lor. The chin a* u-iijji 1 1 set were good loolnni; by Taylor and Dr laaainlng ai •BrVUUJ and viill.-vm | IMm and Geolln M. %  1 In the second el Pat'.i 1 I Geoffrey Manning won lha l 'St game and indeed lhll was ihe only game that they won .11 thi%  ft because Di Manning and Taylor at this stage took everything in then I.an.I ind went n'l to win 6—1. I'P to :i—3 The beginning of the third set found aach playat winning their %  BTVlea up to lhre<111 II was from here that Dr MannUuj MUl Taylor played some van good shots and won the next th games to make the score 6 I and win the match by ttiret straight sets. On No 2 Court Dr A s caio and Lisle Harrison (Sununei haves) met liert Toppln and 1,mis st Mill M In the third and llri.i' set on No 1 Court Albert William(Me'wh met Milton CrlehlOW (VMIAi This pair were lAeniv malchod and tiemeU interesting games wan During the latter stages Wll { %  cared lo be the mn*v i|re 1 ind it was In the nnal se; thi>* c-i"h'ow showed super lor It* Crlchkrw won the first two sets even and seven live hul Williams eut down some of tlM I ,1 t arlnnlne the following set eight-six Crichlow won the Spxrth -Pt -Ix—one The results were as follows Or. C. Manning and Ine Tnvi x vs Peter Patterson ani %  iffri I Manning 9 7. fl I. II I l,ouis St Hill und BeiTOOpln wa Dr A S. Cato and I.isle Hsrrt-in: a 3 S 3 Mtlton Crichlow ffS Alhe<: Williams 9—7. 7—5, 6-H. 6—1 13 Testify In St. Philip Murder Trial Mbkisses For Trinidad • pumps wen m •.. .i' 1 • terda]. idling iirtanks of the "Athel Ruby*' wit vacuum pan molasaas mi Trln .lad The Athel Rub) daybreak and left for TrtnldS iiiinng the evening This is the V8 %  in a WeOb ami it has takSbOUl 252,1100 gallon0l VBCUU 0.1 ousaao In the two loads, • Krom re 7 I bbBI The accused Ml knoii what I have Carter, he is always 1 1. 'Alphonsn. what I got oral Cartel walked ibUc road %  i hold to tin other in the road • aci used m. de a used and ran through an alley Deceased .1 -he wer. Irienitl, f„i gbOUt 15 years The. ..ere fnendl. pp lo the im< 11 in death He used to live Sea View nt his mother She has three othei children Mb Frank a.id one In Dtmerars Aileen was between Hi and 17 and Frank was 19 They all live. at her home "I remember April ft this >'<**ir was at my home about 10 pin wa. In bed sleeping. So weri wo gnu Between sleeping and waking | hear,: Carter all11 I He told me lo come out Pitt he had something > tell me I told him to see me in the mornlug, and he replied thai he wa. Koimi to work in the morning, [.iu contending, I returned to %  1 and lei shepherd In lha house, 1 went and wok) tap the children. When I came back lilt I did not see Shepherd in the iraao anymore 1 went back to the I cdroom and lemained there I '.eard a running in th direction After I heard IM aiming l the hall I opened my frcs I i.ve var" %  'I the I *err pack inetdi r.om and looked lain and gave Malina to put to 1 1. not know %  ,,: When ( a-ii did not ECO the BCOUa b not in the hahH %  tping In in. 1 Mi Dear asked no Malina Ward -aid that on the i.ight of April 9 she m bed wboa !•' mother uwoke her i*i soint (low th KNVat. When she opsnrd h) Mrtndow -he sa-^ the ac< . 1 sung going through ••. % %  nttiel 'hind hhr. H II 0 turned bark She put OB he; Cloth) went cutside She IW hoi tathe on me ground Orantg ind At j Were around him. She hear: 1 know LoUhM Maynard When 1 '"i OSt t StdS he Ww n I came back with the smelling salts I Eound her tncre then. Ml. ReM who IliUrut C OH the date in OjMSUOH told o' sending the van body of the deceased, of going to home and Brreeang hit 1 and of taking SWB) 1 shirt which accused said he had been wearing on the night of the STALIN WILL SUPPORT SECURITY COUNCIL 0 brent page 1 taking part should atlrmpi Ui regulate Ihe Keren ranfllcl % %  .. -.hi. Stalin said he believed that for ould be ex!ouneU io 1 Korean repn The Hussian Commur newspaper PsWrds ed on its front pa, %  i"i respondent-* between Indian and Soviet leaders It made no comment —Renter. NON-fOMPFTITIYF Ml.Slf FESTIVAL mm %  HiM % %  . nan' •'.* at Han *r ...! %  • %  1 %  •! in arnooi 1 p. 1 Accuser! had said i.olhing at home but when he had been formally charged at the station he made a statcjrnent denying having committed lbs of! the shirt sleeve was a stain which i. cured i was poUsh hut Reid said it looked to him like a blood slain The shirt was sent to I lent flai IB lining all The Government BactarMlogM told Ihe Court he had found stains. As regards one stain the S of blood ww suggested but not proved Ajegards the other, the result of the test negative lr could either have been not human blood, or else the amount was insufficient to give II DOSlUVe result PC Can 1Col s. ,1. and Cpl ive ividence corroborating that given bv previous wit%  %  ind the Court .'idiournci I They'll Do li Every Time KRIMBLBCHIN WOREUI_! ANO you CD ) a IT.VDORSELC-PICKETS <• '^0'! *gMJ AHOALLr WMy.NEHRVi ,*) ,> vT KX30 SHOULD HAVE a, vjl .. TO SUPPLY BAMBOO KINGSTON i practk ai oflsnoet i I iatlon with the Chambers of Commerce of ih< Americas the new business bod; recent!, formed in Miami, come in the form Ol an invitation for Ihe COlCRH to supply I in an American nun j\JlaT.J SIPPI.R & DANCE B'HOS ,\Q| ATK t Ll It (Bfembi Saturday. Julv 22nd l.dd BdM Supper will be served Ul the Ballroom from 7 30 to S.30 p.m. Trice SI.Ml each PI.-.is, Duil 4461 for Raaen UANCINd from 10 p.n to I a ui 18 7 50—5n. Tailored in London .... Worn in Barbados Ready made EVENING DRESS PANTS black Vicuna with Zip Fly Fastener Per pair >,£ CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Brand .street. USED TO DREAD WORK UN I II. % % %  K %  < in his Arm* No wonder thli men draaded solag to work, for rheumatic pains In hiirmi made it torture to uaa them. Tat today ba faala ntter inan aver and work la a plaaaura. aa ha tella ID bis letter : "1 had I'-en aufferlne from rhoumatlam v#rv badly a.nd had %  uch patna In my axma I scarcely Itoaw how to utt them Then I was told to try Krua* hen SalM, and after turns one bottle 1 mnd relief. Ho. of course. 1 have kepi on with it. am now thorjsr.lv listter and have never fslt so Dt for years I used to fael miserable ml alussish. but now u la a pleasure to work Instead ofadread" S.R The pains and ailffne*s of rheumatlam are usually caused :' LADIES' PLASTIC RAINCOATS all size, n $2.20 each. MEKCKHI7.EI) I'HINTED I.INGEHIE a 90c per Yd . \I:K MUM In Emerald Green. Pink. Rrd. Gold. Limr Green and White <• SI.30 per yd. SllANTt NO In Blue, Rose, Cream. Pink 4 Gold <> SLIG per yd. l'i:,0 STYLUS I.AIllKS SHOES In White. Black A Brovwi Suede Prices ranging from SU.36 to S1237 —Cuban Heels, Also DRESSES. Sl'NSlTTS, SHOltTS A SI.Af KS Etc.. Ete. IMIOAIftUAV IMUSS SHOP. Mint \\ >„th, VI. KOKINSON'S I.KMON BAKU V %  OBINSON'K LEMON II Mill V l\ \ 11 R \l'fl I I \ X I-1-1 I JI'ICKS O.AVTONS LIMl: 111(1 IOKDIAI. ROSES LEMON -.111-11 Hllsl s BARLCY A LIME KQI'ASII FOR COCKTAILS KM'KTAIL SAI'SAGES—1^ and rt MACFARLANI SAVOERY IM i ii I'EEK EREAN EIIEESEI.l IEEEK EREAN TWIGLETS COCKTAIL ONIONS (OEKTAIL (MERRIES IIKV KSCIIALOT — :k. per III MVM All I III II A <.. I III. ^3 w ,=ey PLANTS EVEW; ^ %  ZO IM THE CATALOG OS BOTH S'DES OS ITMOW TRy AND P ND SAID PENCE-; %  HEN--WOJI-'>N T ifSLl M' %  wi-rw *v toveuy soses? w r '*;' ; :fs%f5 J*y *s •••* "-sat


Wednesday.
July 19,
1950

REDS C

13 Testify —
In St. Philip |
Murder Trial

AST EASTER NIGHT, sometime about 9 o’clock, Liouel

Carter was fatally stabbed, and he collapsed in front
ef the house cf Eugene Ward, a woman who was the mother
of his daughter Malina Ward. In the dock at the Court of
Grand Sessions yesterday Alphonso Brathwaite appeared
charged with the murder of Carter.

Scene of the aifair was the little Blackman said he knew the ac-
village of Ruby in the parisn of} cused. He lived at Sea View about |
St. Philip. The date was April 9.| half a mile away from where he
The deceased, the accused and | lived, When he got on the scene
most of the witnesses are from be-| where deceased was lying, the lat-
tween the village of Ruby and the| ter was just a few feet away from
neerby one of Sea View Eugene Ward's house.

His Honour Mr. G. L. Taylor, To Mr. Dear: [ know |
Acting Chief Justice is presiding | Maynard. Her husband is Claude
over the Court. The case for the | Maynard The Maynards were
Crown is being presented by Tm | away that evening attending

|





Louise

F. Fields, acting Attorney General | Service of Song Both of them
and the accused is represented by| came to my shop that evening
Mr. J. S. B. Dear. about 6 to 6.30 p.m. Mr. Maynard

After 13 witnesses had spoken| ‘id not leave when his wife left.
further hearing was adjourned | She left about 7 o’clock. Her hus-
until 10 am, to-day band was there up to the time that

Eugene Carter: A the body was taken away from my
Sea View, St home, |
Lionel Carter When I was called and I went |

labourer of
Philip said: I knew
who was my son,

He was 36 years old. He lived at| out in the direction of Eugene |
my home at Sea View. Ward’s house Mrs- Maynard was |

l remember April 9, this year. I
went at Mr. Blackman’s shop and
bought four cents in extra_strongs,
and I saw my son in the shop.
After leaving there I went to the
Park. While I was at the Park I
got a mesSage as a result of which
I left the Park and returned to Mr
Blackman’s shop. I found Lionel
lying in Mr, Blackman’s place. He

out there. I met her coming from |
the direction of where the deceas- |
ed was. I was coming from my |
home and she was coming towards
me. She was about 40 feet away |
from the deceased when I met her |

1 know Greaves the fisherman.
He inight have come to my shop
en the morning after the 9th of |
April but I do not remember if he
















































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TOKYO, July i8

. MERICAN ARTILLERY booming sullenly
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Inv eshigale | A alone broke the lull along the western front

~ $9 in Southern Korea late to-night as both sides caught

“Sabotage their breath for the next phase of the campaign
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G.I’s still ranged along the arc west and north of
all-but-abandoned Taejon, the provisional southern
capital, after having fought invading Cormmunis
PORTSMOUTH, England, almost toa standstill. ‘ soth
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flicted hea hi ine
Ammunition explosion which —} An atlernoon communique from
blasted buildings around Ports- No Of, ers Fesasatch | Arthur’
mouth dockyard last Friday was Toy headquarter estimated
one of a series of naval mishaps . Red battle « [tic in exce
which investigators say may have O row? | of 100 since ti r opened
“etn caused by sabotage © oven * ; The North Korean Army
ntelligence Officers on Monday if heade - : t .
+ Soot , ‘ adquarters claimed to have
pOuant the aid of oe land =~ Forces Killed 1,500 Americans in Kum
Potten erate boas eeicitea: | River action and taken 106
ounters = s , ene ‘ | ; a ss i bean
They asked for information in FOR KOREAN WAR Tite Woruine to six mm. loc
special branch files about suspects | ; ‘ pitas
PICTURE ABOVE shows Louis St. Hill and Bert Toppin playing Dr. A. S. Cao and Lisle Har- a Portsmouth area. Earlier an A spi man for N ee
rison on No. 2 Court at the Belleville Tennis Club yesterday when the Barbados Amateur Lawn Admiralty statement said, “the A “ ANBERR a July adi or a aS se ne ; North
irst gi vossibility of sabotage cannot be Australia, now considerina ad mie = ' ae
Tennis Association held their first games. \Pnied out.” Naval authorities| ional aid for Korea, will not] Korean ‘capital and monitored
: |} would not comment but it is un-}|™Make available any ground forces here as “Fantastic
M | s “7 2 ee ae a. | derstood that investigations cover uch as a special expeditionary Phe Northern radio said that
urde? rial F > ithree recent cases of suspected | force or troops of the British | Communist forces were “now en-
a ih l ul Ol }sabotage in destroyer Two of /Cemmonwealth Occupation Force |] gaged in an encircling movement
: P .o : |the destroyers are said to have] © Japan, it was authoritatively | southward”
s A vy long e lul ns
or ruwy e ‘ ° been damaged at Devonport naval} earned here to-day ‘ Ne a "ey - tt ill 4 a
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when effects of suspected sabotage ) 1 )
7 ources believed additional aid] peuge orrespondent Edward
OunclL |} became evident | nd euler corres} 1 ur
The Admiralty announced to-} M8ht include more warships and] wijson reported from. hi po
| at, }\italaneraant ay sahnia inte ireraft with the American Forces in the
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 18 night that “unexpected mechanical Meanwhile senior officials of at , ‘aad Scke
ftter the our ’ Cetimings (4 4 Vz. 2 > 2 troubles” had occurred in the ae ; eee : rea There were signs that Nort!
After the -ourt of Criminal W hile Red China Delegale Remains 1,700-ton destroyer Cavendish at| °@St three other COME TSS WSS ft Korea vere building up in the
Appeal quashed convictions Rosyth, Scotland and the “possi- o-day ctigcusding aid to Korea neighbourhood of Yusong eig
against John Thomas and Rahim| . ‘ Y * | billie tae 7 ake as apuld ee ‘be | ollowing an urgent appeal from] ji ijec west of the embattled Tac
Abdool, two men from South} MOSCOW, July 18. ued se ‘

United Nations Secretary-General
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was dead. did. I never had any talk with | Trace murder trial whic h was sent; was today showing keenest interest in the communications | moons es mutts ks ean ted States 24th Division still stood
Next day I went to the mortuary | Greaves about Louise Maynard not | back for re-trial the accused srive| between Marshal Stalin and Indian Prime Minister Nehru, | 100 Ye Ti aTiali Catenien firm before the town and Division-
7 strict “C Balice s there wh Iw he | have taken the matter to the Privy J | ears oO capitals alec al Commander Major General
at District “C” Police Station,| veing there when I went on the Council. The retrial started on{ | Seen-here as running parallel to the conversations of British | f
There I saw Lionel’s body, and I} scene. Talk about the incident was | Souncil. eet ei en eee Ambassador-Sir David Kelly: and S ‘t Deputy Foreign| wg Y * Canada; Military advisers were | William F. Dean said that the
identified the body to Dr. Tappin| all around Ruby Corner on April|Monday morning when corres- Ambassador Sir Vavid Kelly, and Sovie spul DESIES | hight Communism meeting again to-day to discuss | Situation was quiet ce Monday
as that of my son. /10 I might have said to someone |Pondence between Trinidad soli- Minister Andrei Gromyko plans which they can place before American artillery had broken
Mr. Dear asked no questions that deceased had been brought|citors and solicitors in Englan a : nY -, " DETROIT, July 18 their Government. Informed quar up North Korean truck and troop
Aubrey Blackman, 36, a shop-| into my house, but I do not re-|were handed in ta have the mat- | Stalin has told Nehru he wuld support the Svcurity \ proposal that tne United|iers believed the Cabinet might | movements in the are 5
Keeper carrying on business at| member talking with Greaves. {/ter heard by the Privy Council in} (Council mediator in the Korean War so long as the Com-| States should invest more than]}not want to send any ground An Americar ghth Army
; Cc r, St. Phil d, he| did not discuss it with everyone| Forma Pauperis | 1 Ch I 000,000,000 100 pokesman iid th casualties
Ruby Corner, St. Philip, said, he 1ot discuss y s. . munist delegate represented China on the Council. $1,000,000,000,000) in a year} Lroops On ¢ wa —_s .
knew Lionel Carter very well. He| that came inte the shop. There The accused men are to remain | § p Stalin's reply, diplomats hero! fight to rid the world of Commun- Brazil: President Enrico Dutra | had been light within the last 48
used to work at Ruby Plantation} was yeneral conversaffon all|in custody. The men are accused | thou showed that the Soviet Jifâ„¢ Was made to-day by Walter] was holding a Cabinet meeting in hours Many traggler from the
when there was any work there, | around of the murder of shopkeeper Lee- TTL Government preferred to negoti- {Reuther, President of the United] his palace as a result of which he North Korean “mincing mac hine”
and in his spare time he used to Louise Maynard of Ruby St.json in Suchit Trace. | “ / ae sae ! a ae , Auto Workers Union in a letter}may call In general conscription, | had reached their own lines after
Pp 2 4 ate peaceful settlement of the : on : .
help him in the shop. Philip, said she was an agricul- —Can, Press, | artban sroblem within the |‘ President Truman Greece: The Cabinet was me the Kum action
He was at his home on the night| tural labourer about 42 years old { . w I ; He advocated a globular totaljing to consider aid, No offers of a‘
A = N “ aster , | framework of the United Nations » + a splie Ite said that South Korean
of dab abn ttbie aha atm iTtant, Aare a, this Sune faree | PRO? ES7 S Security Council rather than out-| Peace offensive under America's| troops are among the 20 replic forces had successfully counter
returned about 8.45 to 8.50. After| night, April 9, this year, she was|~ — ° . 4 sida the Council through’ offictal |teadership as a “compelling neces-| Trygve Lie has so far received in attacked along (he bast ovat
returning he called a young man| passing through Ruby Tenanatry | — — oa velar sity’ for “democratic survival”, | answer to’ bis plea, according toa ; . : stay
2 ; 9 ta 10 | contact between the Soviet Union spokesman: at Lake Success \ radio message heard here
whom dey. Gaited Crenwaavesne, About i Rare 7 | U.S nd China—alternative sug-;He proposed a worldwide pro-]|Spokesman at Lake from Seoul the fallen South
and both of them left the premises. A Ifftle before she got to ; 4 / S., anc a—a i sug- | oe : e
Seas wane E Ward’s house, she heard : | V7 Py, gestion made by Nehru gramme under nited Nation Argentine President H. Peror Korean capital claimed how-
The next time he saw him it was ihe Onted yn the accused She Oop eeper i Kelly -Gromy ko conversations | sponsorship aid in a speech at Buenos Aires ever that Yongdok the east
about 9,10 o'clock. i ” heard him say: “I arn coming | . 1 |} have now been going for more | He envisaged a huge inter-/ipat his country would adopt in coast rail town 92 miles north
1 ae oe ee oe ee t ne \ rds H LONDON, July 18 | than fortnight. Their content | national enterprise operating from] international politics the attitude of the all-important southeastern
an Se a t rds th out of Eugene Ward's house. I rite hi 55 67 Na wnt Pe ae than a B = vterne i : ‘
man said and I went towards the | d in has sent another not } not been disclosed but thes people world Assembly for] qo i bv her people and should supply base Pusan had fallen to
rec f Eugene Ward’s house am not taking none. If I knew te 5] a thie time oe as not been disclose u 1 ; $e ecicdec ! i | E 4 i a
9: apy f° 25 yards] that you had so much to say . ove us me protest-| are believed to have been|peace” within the United Nations | siways consult the people on im the invaders
ed va ei all Got see abet me, when you put ly (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) bie y a rns y retention explorins the possibility of Each nation would contribut | portant question . The broadcast also claimed tt .
away trom my place, 7 -, M PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 18 ry ugoslavia of German repay veaceful settlement — of the !according to its means to a fund euter capture — of Yangyans evera
" j t > Y I would s ’ ) | peacefu € nen a w to i ! £
there I saw the deceased, Lionel} hands on me just now Twantytwoevear-old ‘hinese|ations goods earmarked { Cores bl | 1 | con- les inland id that advance
ea nh ek 8 sUD< uve known whut to do with T'wenty-two-year-ok Chine ’ 8 = Korean problem foi economic and social con pres ey miles inland and said th
cele gadinbhinns Pe ae per ee come” shopkeeper Sui Tai was found|Albania, according t officiai | a ; . struction”. “The Peoples Assem eannenten ing North Koreans had linked with
peste Bo sarah ep t of Eugene When he said these words he/|dead in his bed by Santa Cruz} Albanian News ren me Peking On Council i bly would chart the course of y 1 H G ts Communist guerillas
Appis. He was in front of E : . > ‘S| “e this r ! his head| received in London fhough Britain and India hav- | action. Military defence would be Colone am Gets In the centre allied bombe
Ward’s house. It is an open front:|had come out of Eugene Ward’s| police this morning with his hea 1 ¢ Bot as
I oul ported his left hand and I|house and he went around above |bettered and his left arm broken Whe) na ve ' , Jing recognised Communist China, | , s | : e liote oted v 1 vere e ere to be , ; . ta Tongpung ow attle “po
told “Greeti to support the right.} the house and went to the front.|It is believed that he was killed Aieaniar ait yy pice: any jt were seen here to be interest-! foreign aid programme would of New S.A, Job Yongpur I ttle re pos
I discovered that the body was not He had come out through the back |soon after he had closed his rum the ar iia. Getarinan he Ti h B Peking represented on| .ource be dwarfed One fina reached here for i € tor,
supported 4 h and I called on| of the house. When she got tu the }.nd provision shop, which is on Reel. a ere Pe security Council, thus ending} purpose however would be total TORONTO, July 18 where action still appeared spor-
supported enoug i ca : na hi om one 1 rae +, | Opened with Chase National Bank United Nations deadlock ahah rt! —Reuter ; : GH tos ile Communist reinforcements
another man, Sonny ‘Taylor, to] front of the house she folm@ him|Cutacupana Road on the way to i Naw ork creak < tH Nehro’s initiative ws disarmamen € Colonel Francis G am, 1 eae nee
give mea hand, The four of us | round there. Out there were her-| Maracas Bay, when he retired athe Gao aes fe N Sax tobe aemeaahions iS te ‘ayes nerly of Neepawa, Manitoba wi re reported 4 Ste aot shar
x as , £e, i =| Carter, ranty Greene | for the zht . ” ae ea | ; ape . ee. ha been named Commander YUN RIU OO Mile oru I on
took deceased to my home. I put} self Lionel Carter, Gran for the night. ux ¢ Belerade to cover tt xtent on the reaction of the * F oe ni Liitnaton
him on the floor of my drawing , and cee aon” a Police did not suspect that the eee a ge ert te Albania | ‘United States Britain, and Russians Advising 2 Ao atest ge Ol “tevrit ‘ e Ur ted Nations Naval unit
g ; ° i pA wi t aroun there accuse! vi ye was robbery although the f , sah d . . . South American east . wy / iited Na is Nava
room and supported his heag with | go _aFOl ; motive was robbery althoug} ae ation got that have] Frante. ’ ' rt : ; huencelient the supply route 4nto Pus
a pillow. I got the impression that | ee eae could not tell }money-drawers were found open- ae 15 in: ilenelatn ports! Sir David Kélly had a 1$«minute N. Korean Troops vith NANG ORESEES, ‘ co ne — ; Cre Stee ee rae
he was dead what he = : ed when making investigations) |. yo47 . gag t th G yko last night. Hel Aires, eeve ’ ; +} Gounter-ahensive wullaue
s a saw 2 sed, r : 7 since 1947 ar if talk with Gromyk ’ eh € ro ares : nouncec ~clay He was named}{Arthu ou }
No Pulse Reaction | I oy f the conpanees Carter, this morning There was some left a dinner party to attend the| WASHINGTON, July 18 nounced to da secretary in 1937] was reported
make a catch at the accused” wit } ; ; e anadian Field Secret n t
“I felt his pulse and temples and ness said. Accused ran into the |c#sh in both drawers, A blood The note added that the gon¢-| Conference after receiving a sud- rhe United States Defence De- Wa tn 1048, Waa appointed: Corn A headquarters spokeaman here
got no reaction ,and I went to Atel oad ~ When he ran into the road |S0aked pillow is the only clue by| were long overdue and demand-|den call at 930 p.m artment announced to-night it] der for Central America anc said that American warsh ps had
Philip's Almshouse and Vee RROnE NA 6 was s‘ill quarrelling, The de-|Which the police is working. The] eq indemnitic fror Yugoslav; A his interview he spent an| had definite information that ci he British West Indie potted three submarines of ur
the Police at District ”, Saad took up his own hat which |police believed that Tai did not Government in respect of tl hour at the Embassy preparing a| san adviset ; YT ae wear a Reuter @ On Page 7
about ten minutes. two policemen {had fallen off when he made the /have time to fight back and sug-| damage caused by dela eport for the Foreign Office inj a ‘certain unit” of the North Kor a eat
arrived: They verified that Carter | 08" > accus "he deceas- sted that the attack was made -feuter, | Londo He declined to disclose} ean army Becap tices
jead. The police van came} cate h at the accused. The de Het 1 Ty I f the talk An arn pokesman id that ‘ " ran
was de 7 - : f sin ° ace where he| while he was sleeping. There was ( ) 1e té An i y 1 é é 4
after, and a man named Arthur ed moved from the pl oe ee a i “hg ie fee x * the bed to mn his return to the Embassy,|information had been received ay ft | rouble
t a? » body Was standing up and went to the!/no disarr ingement o » ‘ i 1 : j oes -i that between ten and twenty Rus- ? J
assisted the police to put the bod) On Page 3 gest that there was a struggle poke to rench Ambassador 1 1 e e wn nw
gn Psd @ On Page 3 uggest that there was a struggle. ; Chateigneu, who was among] Sians were with the unit
torthe van Tai who is also known as “Shorty e e 7 : oa Sane : nie "s He id it val not known
-———— had ly been living in that dis- ; € ( els gue at the Ambassador's al < v a"
iad only been g ir f ri in , aa arty in honour of the| whether the ere wearing Rus- > ng / 2m a
e | trict for three = he lived sritish Fore Office British] Sian uniforms This is the first en € ( Ss d C¢ USE ,
. i | e and his only companion 1 ll t O \ te John Nichols conferred] confirmation we have had that this
© ‘Day Ss O; Ise ) altio V - cat ae ae _ I u epor n h United States Minister Coun-| situation exists’ He said “as far he
jrved from China in 1939 anc f sellor Walworth Barbour who was] 4S we know they are advisers.’ p
: 1 | s¢ ) alw arbou vas al . NUP pE NATIONS ' ' ) t
9 9 only relative here wac« an aunt M u ‘ ‘I < Ik a wie the sd A porter asked how the Army THE UNITED NATIONS
" He came from Kwantung, Hong} i Ooscow a | kne about the Russian Had 3alkans today asked United Natior mecretary-General
i ‘ : galKans today as
‘Kong. No arrest has been made Indian Approach iny been captured? The officer ~ a resol to draw ttention of men
q : , . : rygve Lie in a resolution to draw a
yet LONDON, Jul 18 omy ke immons to Sir} replied: “no comment He also 7&5 ‘ C ad : wna? |
‘orei f | | 5 le sive » . ber states to statements in the om ri l
A British Foreign Office spokes- | David Kelly followed Stalin’s reply| declined to give any idea of the . : init
N ; ; tre ; ‘ arty that Brita 1 the nite
7 99 : asd man said to-day that Br tain had|to Nehru on Saturday and may| size of the unit to which the ad- the Greek Communist Par
. an sa é at € . ! é ; - 4 \ Vf
“We Die Or Conquer Together MACARTHUR | received a full report of Ambas-| have related to points raised in the x ers wert oe rhe United States were expanding Gieek rig: ed OU
ador Sir David Ke'ly’s talks last}Indian approach to the solution of] States has militar idviser ith to 500,000 to invade Albania and Bulgari
| ed ; \ For. F4 are mM the South Korean Army in addi- . oye ,
° night with Russian Dey Fo the Korea problem 1 ‘ The )
—Churchill EXTENDS BAN ce gn Minister Andrei Gromyko Sir David Kelly's conversafiofits von to are! ican troops fighting in disrestar
: e the third in the past fortnight.| Korea —Reuter. “ 1 statements be attemr
| | i
LONDON, July 18. | On Papers | He said “the discussions were| Throughout the discussion he fa Ginihons Al e et een
> j Y ‘ > > ‘lared at an ja continuation of earlier talks conferring with the United 6 4 , Sind? at at .
PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee declarec f isul TOKYO, July 18. |. Gromyko.” but would give and French Ambassadors, India Gets W heat | ; ad. | Gommunfaue
Australian Club dinner here tonight that the days of isvla-| General MacArthur. Allied Com-/ io further informatior has kept the Indian Ambassa- /C oc | ‘The Communique id
Linge hase ees “long past”. In the past there were days When |mander in Japan today ordered] fully informed of develop- From Ar rentina resolution stat :
het aes happening in Korea was far away from what |that the one-month’s ban on ¢ om-\ The spokesman emphasised that| ments. — * Are ‘ A of; ‘ re’ terms tt
what was ae pe Eu ‘ope “But experience has taught usjrmunist newpapers imposed OM! steps taken by Pandit Nehru and Official viet _ News Agency NEW DELHI | XC sang ; mentioned
was happening in Burope. : yer {June 26 should continue indetin-|the Gromyko-Kelly talks were! Tass to-day published the ex- sand : a | of truth
; r > wor nay be follower | os es : ce : India will get 156,000 mot
that aggression in one part + ai epiata itely jlentirely separate matters. Nc | change eae. PON ORE STACI ots oF wheat trom the At LONDON, July 18 Greek A
r¢ ress i sy parts, he sald. Police yesterday raided several) .gnsultation or co-ordinegon ha I Sovi eade sna as a ei es ( 3 7 3 : substantially reduce ind
by Steen aes acaae there are on the supreme issue, nate Mosat ECommunist Partyinewen Piste: between gern ets Nehru’s approach suggested] (1! year i SRA £00 B00 1 ANS. et ZOCANg tn BL: represt te ode
“ wie att Har Prime Minister! we shall act as one and stand committee offices and newpapersi Indian Governments: he said. T that the Korean conflict might boar i avenw * eed 1s of the London Stock | for the defence of ¢
of the Australian el . Y : re shall ¢z P or -e om oe case oe . . Pr = ie > © “ae ee ati earned here today hangs to-day Vi rete a
e sbert Menzies that “the senti-| together, and we shall all die o put out by these committees were! Brit'sh Government was not tak be resolved if the ommunist ink tha See medias ee tee PR oad v fa I 1 at ; Speyer a,
* ire us throu*hout | conquer har a jing anv initiative in the Unitec representative took China’s seat les v oat p ry t absence of fur fini here=t iy
RNS eee eee alth ‘give The cause is far above any-|0anne ‘ ‘ ; war kako ‘ee ir ( of en the Security Council, Stalin c earlie seal to exchange |shocks from Korea , the Ur I
he British c rwewuilh & ait . ° stic ommunis wspa} Né on t ‘ : ih : e > % 1 300.000 r of wheat a 100 | reporte effort : 1
the Brit RAS ae “fs thing of party or _domesti The Communi newspaper} Nat or Sr meee. 4 oe Me in his reply weleomed Nehru’s | 300.0! f 5,006 in —
us a positive answer to Commun-|thing = Of pans soc vith it, as|Asgzhi said recently that 109 Com-, Communist China The poke “nesceable initiative” S t f jute goods ther: fs an tals to end the dispute acti ‘ ‘
an + belief | politics, and carries v ’ Pr i “pee aren cane hilite of | peaceable initiative’ and said I ; a
ist conceptions and in my F we all believe, the salvation and|munist publications were regis-! r an a ided that the io ib i | he shared the view that the] option clause in the contract that f othe a Am
iney will win progress of the whole huma‘|tered at the Japanese Attorney) another Kelly -C 0 meetir Council with five great powers,| [ndia if necessar oule ask for,. There was however no step; fal a i
Grav race.’ General's Office should not be ounted including Communist China re heat chang for jute up of activity owing to normal |?" ; ‘e
Mr, Wir bon Chiat ‘hill told the Union —Reuter. | Reuter | @ on page 8 ZOOL —. cuter ! tive influence | ; vik Alba
searcninte - Tt is a grav > position Mr. Churchill said he felt sure | oe Oi dae re i ; me down d eff: ara or ert eae
co g ws e 2 sere Be Me: es’ presence at this timé ( price Sut there was ne ~i : I * ,
in which we find pateelss oe M mm . aie elpful Though i ony real setback ‘ ; : ee
men 1 the story f the would \ : . . 1 ri Sta
moment ir he ni Ory of ar (tien present had differences, e e ba Matin Commtiiaue
orld in which great tension ¢ alata eel them were Later in the day oil share dated + ( nitte
Shel aha iecor v's iasrcneSs'oo ist | WOE Information Leaked To Moscow «3's | ees
pore fer or ny a segee et ee : « bonds there was broad adv t ae ‘a fre
going to be easec a It is difficult to tread the path n Germa and Japanese , nt i re:
“All we >, - ao an . Pe thi k that has to be trod Mr. Churchill © e © ° moved ubstantially higher , _ hict od
culties is for everyon? to think jaded “Many difficulties arise l tn “i “Si ¥ OUTS e Cea Se though interest in the latte na Sons at daotaiee
Of aes a Cer. oa ae but once the Government of a e Ps * © egan to wane towards the : ‘ Reuter
de it wes > poet e Saco ee great country acts for mé the ' : ae scoercaiapiania
c 3 Re Niod a oe = Pra sike of seeking pc emery 4 great NEW YORK, July 18 ordering these militar easug A m said the leak concerned of Northern Form: ‘ oC Maer cat tae: S ee N
Minister of strong support for y | evil impends upon the Sta Newspaper columnist Robert S. information w in the is of er directing Air Forces te Shin osest t 100 al | oatnned Amang Indust BRAZIL WILL HELP U
step he: ook “in accordance with Therefore an ) glad to hear} Allem reported today that Ameri- Moscow and Ching Communist et er squad- mile rom Formosa. The others Ve a vere shen. t6 advan ss :
the broa? scene uf which We | that the Prime Minister expressed|can Defence Department authori- “Counter-Inte flicia thre mall islands near are within 200 mile f were | | fe ases. but. eleewh stat? ' .
re all ; i himself most fully that it was the|ties were “gravely disturbei ett still , ' : , catia oe ma i tad ceria bi Pn AB the ecti there were
Hé ad One thing I am ab-|resoive of the British Government}|a_ series of eC eak oun it en paternal } bate AO aR Ae. © Japanese during the After ly ‘ onal f
lute of — whatever are/to stand closer with the United |involving vital American defence on ngton o1 nosa ’ S reper TH _ sta: tow 1 sellers appeared in , it
he isior f the British Com-| States in the joint organisation of | for Formosa : He wrote ’ ispect the he s : : is fact and the closeness of rv ind these closed mainly |torea usual :
monwealth, and whatever are the|the United Nations on the great In the Washington Despatch latter because Chiang Kai Shel The re Shima, the islands make them a po = ee _ vs : oe here to-day
visions in the English-speaking | issues which are now presented to} Allen said that within 36 ho forces are know } Bl higaki of ful defensive factor for Formosa”, aay ohaaee, iV 4 here t m barat
world, whatever interr al divisions! 3." —Reuter. of President Truman ecretary combed with Coramunist agent i group to the east Allen wrote. —Beuter, a j L
PAGE TWO

Caub (Calling

MACARTHURS TREE







THIS LOOKS LIKE the Palm in your back garden. It's not. It’s in the

sronnds “f the Barhados Musenm ond it is a military Palm. At least that
8 what the name Psychosperma Macarthurii suggests

UITE a gay crowd ¢ it

the Club Morgan over he
week-end, and well over two
hundred people must have been
there on Saturday night

Mr. Winston Marson entertain
ed a.large party for dinner,
which included _ the wedding
group of the Haynes-Simmonds
wedding

Mr. and Mrs. ‘Bill’ Stuart en-
tertained another party for d.n
ner, among whom were T.C.A
officials from Canada

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dow-
ding, Mr. and Mrs. ‘Bill’ Mus-
grave, and Major and Mrs. M
Skewes-Cox, were celebrating the
oceasion of Mr. Dowding’s birth-
day.

Among the diners were Col
and Mrs. ‘Dick’ Vidmer, Mr. and
Mrs. “Tommy” Edwards, Mr. J
R Edwards and many other
visitors

The music was good and the
dance floor was always crowded
Among those seen were Miss Lucy
Mestier, Mrs. Hilda Wardrop,
Mr. and Mrs Donald Seott,
Hon. V. C. Gale, Mr. and Mrs.
Trevor Gale, Mr. Michael Lynch,
Mr. Winston Ward and Mr. Ar-
thur Pile with a group from the
Paradise Beach Club. Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Redfern entertained a
party of four and there were
many other.

B.D.C. Chatter
ARIB hears that the Barbados
Dramatic Club has so many
members that it is thinking of
giving a series of one act plays
every two months or so. The idea








is to give new ta i chance
to bloom without tt pain of un-
dergoing three acts at the Empire
Theatre in a maiden appearances
Boys and girl are joining
every day and the first one act
play will be g.ven soon, Carib

hopes.

“Fortnight of Sundays’’

Ww°* have often heard of a
y “month of Sundays’. Well

Mi Stewart Allan i literall
having a “fortnight of Stnday
in Barbacdc

He is a Government Surveyor

out from England, with the Brit
ish Guiana Government. A short
while ago he went into the bush
surveying, and was gone fifteen
weeks. On his return he was told
that fourteen Sundays were ow-
ing him, so he had better take
a fortnight’s holiday. So Mr
Allan decided to come to Barba

BY THE WAY —#

A’ a hastily convened meeting
last night Dr. Smart- Allick
said that the only way to retrieve
all the money lost to the new ma-
tron at cards was for one of the
masters to marry her. It was then
discovered that 19 masters had
had this idea and acted on it
They had all been refused In
the course of the meeting, word
was brought that a senior boy had
won £146 from the matron, “That

boy,” said the Headmaster, ‘“de-
serves to be head of the school and
Captain of Cricket avd Football.”
“Perhaps she just | him win to
allay our fears,” ested a his-



tory master Sn Allick then
announced that he intended to
have one more try, and he prom-
ised to use every trick he knew
He then nt for the matron. By
the time she arrived he had “pre-
pared” his own special pack of
ards, and the table was ready fox
the contest





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LOPILLO

dos and is a guest at Cacrabank
He has also been in the Palestine
Police Force

Soldiers’ Church

ae of the Barbado
Regiment already know tha
the crest of their parent unit t!

Leicester Regiment hangs on thé
wall of St. Patrick’s Church in
Jemmotts Lane, but few people
except Carib, know the names of





all the Regiments commemorated

there, Here they are:—

The Shropshire Light Infantry,
The Royal Sussex Regiment, Th«
East Kent Regiment, The Bed-
fordshire Regiment, The Royal
Scots Fusiliers, The Loyal Nort
Lancashire Regiment, The Con
naught Rangers, The York and
Lancaster Regiment, The North

Staffordshire Regiment, The Roy- ,

al Seots, The Leicester Regiment,
The Prince of Wales Leinster
Regiment, The Royal Berkshire
Regiment, The West Riding
Regiment, The Royal Irish Regi-
ment, and The East Yorkshire
Regiment
Returning Home
ISS Trixie Hollaway who for
the past two years has
been Games Mistress at Codring-
ton High School, left yesterday
morning for Dominica by B.G
Airways. There she will join a
ship which will take her to Ire
land which is her home. A cou-
ple of the High School Mistresses
and Mrs, Geoffrey Manning were
at Seawell to see her off

With the
“New York Times”’

ISS Barbara Cromk left yes
terday morning to join he
friend Mr Dorothy Williams in
Puerto Rico. Over five weeks ag
they left New York for the We
Indie Mrs. Williams is doing a
series of Travel Articles for the
“New York Times” and Mi
Cromk is helping her with re-
search work. Together they have
already visited San Juan, St
Thomas St Croix, Antigua
Guadeloupe, Martinique, Trini
dad and Tebago, They are not
Mi Cromk told Carib doing

anything on Barbados, as alréady
s0 much has been written about
it in American magazines How-

ever”, she said, “after reading
about it and although we were
not doing any article on your
island, I just couldn't resist see-
ing it for myself.”

They expect to be in New York
in a week's time

The Suet Roundabout

PWARFE inc:latigable Chriie Suet
i has an alternative’ pian for
making motor-cars mobile again

He would provide London with a
gigantic roundabout, with roads
leading out of it all round. To
get anywhere, the motorist would
have to go round in front so as to
come back and drive in behind
Every road leading out it, and

every road leading back to the
roundabout would go round in
front of the road behind The
traffic lights would be distributed
so as to make points of intersec-

tion correspond with the places at
which the main by-roads from
the roundabout lead back to it
except in cases where two roads
leave the roundabout in the same
direction, after crossing each of
the roundabout would go round
behind the road in front of other
at a point where the t the two corre-



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July 6th left yesterday afterno,.
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7 am. The News; 7.10 a.m News |
is; 7.15 a.m Jane Eyre; 7.0)
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a.m. From the Editorials; 8.10
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D 8.30 a.m. BEC Welsh Orc
tra; 9 a.m. Close Down; 12 noor
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1.30 p.m, The World of ement;
pt The News 210 Pp Hon
New from Britain 2.15 p Spor
Revie 20 pm Fred Hartiey and
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Musie fror i; 6 po
cordeon Ir p.0 Pro
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Music; 6 p.m. Jane Eyre; 6.15 p
The Piano for pleasure 6.30 p

Love from Leighton Buzzard; 7 pr
The News; 7.10 p.m, News Analysis
7.15 p.m. Indian Art talk by Rona
Moody, the Jamaican Sculptor; 7 |
p.m. Generally Speaking; & poi Radic

Newsreel; 8.15 p.m. Mid Week Talk
8.20 pm. Band of the Royal Horse
Guards: 6.55 p.m. From the Editorio

9 p.m. Music from Grand Hotel; 93
p.m. Land and Livestock; 10 p.m The
News; 16.10 p.m Intertude; 10.15
p.m. Here's Howard; 10.45 p.m Ster-
jing Value; 11 p.m. From the Third

Programme.



, Aboriginal Paintings

James Cant, in the BBC pro-



zZ! enlled “Meet the Corm-
m ith,” spoke redently of
the practised by a tribe ot

Australian aboriginals. This is

ugitive in the extreme, for the
artists do their paintings on
the earth itself before an im-
portant religious ceremony and
when the ceremony is over they
cestroy the picture. The huge
paintings, some five hundred
square feet in size, are always
connected with tribal mythology
and the ceremony that takes



any groups of concentric circles
arranged along it on one side
On the other side of the line are
men’s footprints on q background
f yellow clay studded with
white stones. The black line, so



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Cant explained, is the path
the Rainbow Serpent, symbol

creation, the circles represent
mountains and also the camps
where the serpent stayed on his
journeys. The footprints are
those of the first man who trail-—
ed the Rainbow Serpent, caught
and wrestled with him = and
forced him to reveal the magic

seerets of life.

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19,

1950



Monkeys Are Happy
But The Lake [Is Dry

THE Official Gazette of
Park $24 was spent for
tor the upkeep of ‘pl a
and $293.97 for repairs to the

NewBandstand _-
For Garrison

HE FOUNDATION
new Band i
rison Savann:
Over 60



for
St t



rkmen







on this Stand and it is yped
it will be erected in time for
Mid-Summer Mectin vhi
only a few weeks off
An entire set of ele e wi
is also being done to the G
Sse eas Is and this be
erriea out by Mr. } ] Jackr
Mr Kenneth Corbin Trac
Manager at the Sav
the “Advocate” ye that the
new Band Stand will he five feet
in diameter bigger than the old
ill | et r nin
wl Poli Ban
MUNU MENT ai the Gar-
rison, Which was erected t&
fourteen soldiers, and a married
woman of the 36th Regiment has
been given a cleaning, These
people died by the destruction of

the Barracks and Hospital during
the Hurricane on August 11,
and the monument was erected by
privates and non Commissioned
Officers of the Corps.

The grass plot around this mon-

1831,











ument is always kept in a tidy
condition and it is a bright spot
in the scenery around tl area
of the Garrison.
DRAIN is also being erected
to throw off water which
settles at a certain spot on the
newly erected sand track
Last race meeting the First Day
Races had to be postponed be-
cause 1 fell and a quantity of
water settled on the track near
the Four Furlong Pole but Mr
Corbin tid yesterday that thi
has been remedied to a certain ex~
tent and is not likely to recur.
He said that the amount spent to
remedy this was about £500.
EOPLE WHO HAVE galva-
nised palings around their
houses with part of the paling
running alongside the road suffer
greatly because of urchins as
well as some men and women
who, while passing, drag their
bands along the paling
One resident of Dayre
found a way to remedy th
bold letters this resident has wri
ten above the _ paling

Paling.”
SCHOOL
will take place

at the Comber~

Scrape On The Galvanise
HE COMBERMERE
Speech Day
today at 2.30 p.m
mere Hall. His Excellency the
Governor and M Savage will
be attending and the Presentatior
of Prizes and Certificates will take
place
The Police Band under
C. E. Raison will be in
from 3.30 to 5.30 p.m
SHOW will be given by the





Captain
attendance






Mobile Cinema at Bennetts
Plantation yard, St. Thomas, to-
night for the benefit of residents
of the Redman’s and Hall’s Village
area

R. K. M. B. SIMON will give

a Lecture at 8 o’clock tonight
at Y.M.C.A all on “Dia-
bete This is rt of the
Pharmacy Week Programme and
a Film Show will be given on
Friday.

At 7 o'clock tonight there will
also be a Music Cla at the
‘Y.M.C.A

NYONE STANDING in. the

court yard of District “A’
yesterday morning would have
heard, children’s voices accor
panied by the Police Band singing

and Glory.”

and fifty boys ar
girls from Wesley Hall and
Mary’s Schools lined up on Dis-
trict “A” parade square were
practising for a concert which wil!
be held at Combermere School
on Friday beginning at 4.30 p.m

“Land of Hope
Two hundred










LIGHT,
COOL

AND
REFRESHING

ASK



the upkeep of the water
, $218.04



Kod Label \

July 10

shows that at ran 's
mill, $81.7

for feeding the elites
Lake.
A poe around the Park by

erday

ve disclosed that
ts of the bed of the Lake







re Saceeniy repaired but it is
till dr A quantity of dry and
ree aves, a few stones and a
mi 1ount of water from re-
ccnt rains was all that the Lake
tained.
the animals that are
é there are four rabbits,



two mon-
a powee,

guinea pigs,
» peacocks and







4 and a few land turtles
onkeys were in a very
od yesterday They
r € seer their pota-
nm nny antic
i used ers
Wate here was no
ing water but the fan
vir dily in the wind
en the y r leaves the mill it
mped a boiler and from
1 rib © the Park toilet
Dine toile ere automatically
flushed and the water comes
hrough about every five minutes
to do this
Mr. Preston Beckles, who has
been head gardener of the park
for the past eight years, described
some of the plants Among the
plants are heath, king of flowers,
salvias, holly hawks of various
colours, tube roses, snap dragons
while in the Fernery there are
pink orchids, Harrison's wate or
lilies, a variety of palms,

princess
ferns, maiden-hair fern, anthurium

lilies and many others. There are
also two lily ponds that do not
contain water.

In charge of these plants is Mr

Beckles. He has bee *n working at
Queen's Park from the time he
xv as a boy. He was there when
fr Turney was Superintendent

and can remember when the Lake
carried a small boat which carried
visitors for a trip around the
fountain. At that time there were
many flowers around the Lake and



the Fe rnery was much larger and
contathed many more ferns and
orchid ;



Sugar, Rum
Tamarinds For
Montreal

Two thousand tons
is being loaded on
“Canadian Challenger”
port to Montreal,

The “Challenger”
ing of this
yesterday.

It will also take 64 barrels of
tamarinds, 200 cartons of rum
and 10 empty cylinders for
Montreal. 30 puncheons and 12
half barrels of molasses will be
taken tor Sorel and 309 punch-
eons, 160 barrels and 300 cartons
of molasses for Quebec.

For St. John, the “Challenger”
will load 458 puncheons, 594
barrels and 182 half barrels off
molasses along with 795 cartons.

of
the
for

sugar
old
ex-

began
cargo on its

load-
arrival















of rum.

Loading of the “Challenger”
is expected to be completed on
Friday when it will leave port
tor > Lucia.

1 vessel will take more
Sattanaee at St. Lucia before
going on to Canada.

Under the conductorship of
Ca C. E. Raison the school chil-
dran will sing popular traditional
tur
D ‘RICT “A” Police court

yard was crowded yesterday

morning with people as the Sec-
ond Murder Trial started

The Police had a busy time keep-
ing the yard clear The most
trying moment came when the
erowd tried to catch a glimpse of
the prisoner while he was being
carried into the Court. Only one
woman was moved by the scene.
She cried



BARBADOS



13 TESTIFY IN ST.
PHILIP MURDER TRIAL

from page 1
side of the road. Accused came
right down the road and I only
saw him take his hand and bring

it down on deceased shoulder. As
he did that he started to run
“Evelyn Shepherd said, with an

oath “Phonso,

run,”

come back, don't
Deceased started to follow
accused after accused began
un. Just as deceased go to
corner of Eugene Ward's house
he turned back, and when he got

to
the

to Eugene Ward’s door he fell
sown,
“Granty Greene said, ‘Lionel,

what are you doing with yourself?
Greene left where he was stand-
ing up and went to deceased. He

put both hands underneath his
hands and tried to raise him. He
did it twice, and on neither occa-
sion was the deceased able to

help himself
Went For Help

“After I saw that déceased
could not get up I went myself
to help raise him. I went to him
and called him three times by
name, but he made no answer
I tola Greene to lift him up and

earry him to Mr. Blackman, and
I left at the same time to go
and call Mr. Blackman whose

home is not far away from where
it happened.

When I got there Blackman was
inside. He came out immediately
and before I could tell him any-
thing he came outside, At the
same time Greene came up and
told him what had happened, and
asked him to go and assist with
the deceased, Blackman went to
the scene and he Greene and three
others lifted up deceased and car-
ried him to Blackman’s house

“By this time the accused had
left with Shepherd Shepherd
said, “Carter playing he drunk;
but he is not drunk; is a part
he is playing.”

To Mr. Dear: Claude
ts my husband. I live
He and I went out together
evening We went to
Church at about 4 p.m.
remained in Christ Church until
about 6 or 6.30 p.m. In return-
ing, I stopped at Mr. Blackman
a little time and then I went
home. My husband went home
with me.

I got home about 8 o'clock and
1 remained home doing some fish

it

Maynard
with him,
that

Christ
and we

While I was doing this my hus-
band passed. He had been home
with me and then he had gone

back out. He passed saying that
he was going into the Park and
I told him not to go. After he
passed, 3} followed him to prevent
him from going into the Park.
lt was py following him that I
heard of this transaction.

When these events took place
my husband was down in front
of Blackman’s shop, when I went
to call Blackman to assist with
the deceased. From where I live
to Blackman’s shop is about 300
yards (Indicates) I did not shout
at my husband when I was fol-
lowing him, because I knew that
as a rule he would stop at Black-
man’s shop before going into the

Park.
A Few Rums

I did not want him to go into
the Park because he had gone ||
out already and he was not
natural .By that I mean that he
had in a few rums. I felt that he
would disgrace himself. I do not
mind him getting tight if he is|
at home. I feel more comfortable
then, |

Where I live is a tenantry. I}
going to Blackman’s shop I pas
Eugene Ward's house. I saw in|
accused coming out of Ward’s bac’:
coor, I had to pass to the front
of the house to step into the road.
T have to pass to the back ani
then to the front in order to get
into the road. I did not know
to ‘whom the accused was talk-
ing when I first heard him.

Deceased’s hat fell off when he
made a grab at the accused. The
accused then ran off a little way



SOMETHING

THAN

BETTER |
|

into the road. It was at that time
that the deceased took up his hat
and put it on his hdad. The
accused came back into the road

and he and the deceased were
then in close contact Deceased
was facing above and he and ac-

cused were standing face to face.

The accused struck the blow
and ran off and the deceased ran
behind him The deceased only

ace a few steps, and then turn-
ed back. Just as he turned back
he fell down. Shepherd and the
accused left together.

Deceased and I used to speak to
each other just like anyone else.
He used to work in Blackman’s
shop sometimes He has never
riven me anything from the shop.
We used to quarrel each time f
went to the shop.

The night of the 9th of April
was dark. If you were accus-
tomed to anyone you would know
them. There are no street lamps
out there, When I saw the accused
hit the deceased I was standing

up very near, Appia, Greene and
Shepherd were further off. IT
cannot remember who was_ the

closest of those three. My atten-

tion was more on the deceased
and the accused than on the
others.

No Discussion

I am sure that I was out there
that night. I did not go to Black-
man’s shop next morning. I saw
him next day. I know a fisher-
man named Greaves I had no
conversation with Greaves cor-
cerning this transaction, I did not
discuss this case with anyone at
Mr. Blackman’s shop on the Mon-
day morning.

Maynard recalled said: When I
went into the road and saw what
I have related T had no knife with
me. T had nothing in my hands.

Dr. L. S. Tappin, who on the
10th of April was acting Police
Medical Officer @f District “F”,
said that on that date he per-
formed a post mortem examination
on the body of Lionel Carter of

District “C”. He performed it at
about 12.20 p.m. The body was
identified by his mother, Eugene

Carter

The deceased was about 35
years of age. He had been dead
about 12 hours. The body was

that of a well nourished, well de-
veloped man. He was lying ona
table in the mortuary with his



Aboriginal Paintings

@ From Page 2

painting is on me interior of
caves and this too is of mystical!
or religious significance. The
paintings are usually of single
figures, rain gods, who are also
the ancestors of the tribe. The
figures are completely abstract,
the heads consisting of circles,
the hair and beards of radiating
lines to symbolise rain, while
the bodies are reduced to a.few
straight lines. The places on the



cave walls that these figures
sccupy are considered to be
“very serious magic” and are








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head and upper extremities in ay
pool of about three pints of blood. |




Blood was 00:

from both nos-|
trils,

|






Externally,” said Dr. Tappin

“I found bra of the outer
nea ot r inkle. There
was an incised ind on the outer |
surrace of the right thigh about
two inches long, cutting through



the skin and the soft parts. This
wound was caused by a sharp
edged instrument, and the clothes

vering the wound were cut
t rough.

“There was 4 stab wotind in the
back helow the left shoulder
biade between the fifth and sixth
ribs about half an inch wide and

three inches deep. This wound
was causecl by a shurp edged in-
siruiment The clothes were also

cut through. THere was no bleed-
ing from this wound,

“Inteitially, the thoracic cavity
was filled with blood and several
large blgod clots, The lower lobe

of the left lung was collapsed, and
there Was a stab wouhd on the
vuter surface of the lower lobe
This wound was opposite to the
external wound between the fifth
and sixth ribs as already men-
tioned,

“Both Jungs were pale and an-
aemic, The heart was normal. In
the abdominal cavity all the or-
sans were tiormal and healthy
with the exception of the stomac
which was filled with blood that
had been swallowed. I dissected
the scalp and removed the skull

p and found that the brain sub
Rance and the membraties cover-
ng the brain were in a normal
condition.

“I found a fracture of the fourth
cervical vertebrae, This is in the
neck That in my opinion was
caused by a heavy blow or fall
In my opinion death was due to
shock and haemmorhage from the
stab Wound to the lung and the

other injuries
“In my opinion death would
have ensued in about four to five

inutes after the infliction of the
tab wound to the lung. After the
infliction of that wound a person

would collapse in a couple of
seconds

I saw the accused on April 12
at District C Police Station ano
I examined him I found no
marks of violence on his body

To Mr. Dear: The anemia of

the lungs could have been caused;

by loss of blood following the
wounds
To the Court: [ think the two

have to be locked
them to get
lung that

parties would
together for one of
the stab wound to the

@ On Page 7

only approached by _ selected
members of the tribe. Other
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1950



Young Women

THE strenuous and laudable efforts
made recently in this island to revive the
Young Women’s Christian Association are
not without significance and promise great
benefit to the community in general. The
need for such an institution has been long
felt. The sponsors of the Association can
rely on public support for their energies.

An Association is not necessarily a place
where women and girls gather merely to
join in discussions although these are in-
evitable, but its influence on home life and
womanhood can be of inestimable benefit
to young people. Institutions for women,
few as they may be, have proved their
worth. The Girls Industrial Union is an
outstanding example of what can be
achieved by perseverance and hard work.

The falling away from moral and relig-
ious standards which was most perceptible
during the years between the two wars has
not been arrested.

Gaiety and pleasure seeking derived from
club life has been enjoyed at the expense
of the more endurable things. The ambi-
tion to return to paths of rectitude can be
assisted by a Y.W.C.A. concerned with the
full development of Barbadian women.

But it is not the collection of large funds,
or the erection of a huge building which
really constitutes the founding of a
Y.W.C.A. The essential part of the work
is to get the idea spread throughout the
length and breadth of Barbados. The “get
together” of women and girls of all ages for
the purpose of disseminating useful infor-
mation and the exchange of visits by those
of outlying districts and the City would
bring its own reward,

Because a Y.W.C.A. does not end ata
building it does not however mean that
there should be no financial support for the
movement. Gifts of money are essential to
enable the founders to maintain an associa-
tion at a level where the chill wind of wel-
fare patronage cannot cramp its ideals of
fellowship and good companions. And the

appellation “christian” need not scare away
those who fear any sanctimonious atmos-

phere. The christian standard and the
obedience to moral obligations remain the
only safeguards for civilisation in a dis-
islands has a tendency to inflate the ego of
tracted work-a-day world. The women of
Barbados of every walk of life must now
regard it their solemn duty to support the
efforts now being made to give a Young
Women’s Christian Association the start
it deserves. They can best do this by join-
ing the association.

Travel Is Education

BEFORE the last war enterprising
schoolmasters conducted groups of West
Indian schoolboys to Europe on holiday
tours. The last of these tours was inter-
rupted by the imminence of war in 1939
and many Barbadian boys remember to this
day how they were suddenly brought back
from the Continent.



To-day it is time for the revival of school-
boy tours. Visits during the summer holi-
days to neighbouring British and other
West Indian territories, and visits to the
United Kingdom would help so much to
enlighten the young. Education in small
islands has a tendency to inflate the ego of
the individual to a point where deflation
can only be practicable if the individual
sees his own small problems in the light of
the greater whole. Both within and without
the Caribbean there is need of emphasis on
education through travel.

Caribbean tours having been instituted
it might be easier then to revive the tours
to Europe or to Canada or to other parts of
the Empire and the world outside. Then
lessons learnt in text books will cease to be
so many words to be learnt from memory
and the peoples of other lands, their cus-
toms and habits will become living real-







My Bernard Wicksteed

ONE of the things I’ve always
wished to do on my travels was
to put up for the night at a
monastery. One on a mountain
for. preference. You know the
sort of thing—kindly old bald —
headed monks and St. Bernard
dogs with barrels of brandy under
their chins.

At one time all the best travel-
lers managed to get themselves
benighted near some monastery,
where they found sanctuary from
olizzards, robbers, or the howling
wolves at their heels

But nowadays when you travel
by Viking or Skymaster you are
hardly ever succoured by monks
Instead of dining with some _ jolly
Nd abbot at the end of the day
you are whisked away to some
®.0.A.C, hostel or a marble hotel
where the wolves are all inside,
sitting around the bar

In a misty sea...

THE monasteries are still there
ff you look down trom your plane
you will see them clinging to the
mountains as they have done since
whe Middle Ages.

There’s one somewhere near
Vichy, which is bang on top of a
mountain, and sometimes as you
fly by it is standing above the
ciouds like an island fortress in
a misty sea.

But the airlines never stop
there. To the modern traveller it
is only a sign telling him he is
two hours’ flying from London or
cnree from Rome.

So I look back on my stay with
the Cypriot monks of Kykko this
week as a little triumph of travel.

1 stopped off in Cyprus on the
way home from Israel, and, when
the girl at the airport reception
desk showed me a list of 83 hotels
on the island I said in jest that
1 didn’t want any of them. I'd
much rather stay at a monastery,

She smiled sweetly and said:
“Well, I dare say that could be
arranged.” And arranged it was.
Ir no time at all I was on my way
to the mountains with a car and
a Greek-speaking escort.

I hadn’t realised it, but staying
in monasteries is a popular Cypriot
pastime. Instead of dying out,
the custom is so much on the in-
crease that the monks are hard
put to it to find room for every-
body.

When the heat of the summer
makes the plains unbearable the
irhabitants don't say; “Let’s go
fishing or swimming.” They say:
“Let’s go into a monastery.”

It’s open house

NINETEEN of them there are
on the island, and you may stay
for up to three days at them for
nothing. You can take your wife
and family, too, if you like. The
monks keep open house,

The one I was taken to is called
Kykko (pronounced Jicko). It's
3,800 feet up on a mountain ridge
with breathtaking views.

In the old days a few spare cells
were enough to hold the occasional
wayfarer lost in the mountains,
but since the building of a motor
road it hag become so popular on
hot week-ends that by nightfall
there may be anything un to 300
people conveniently “stranded”
outside,

The monks, whose 800-year-old


















PARIS,

With the invasion of Southern
Korea we have entered an inter-
mediate phase of conflict—a half
hot war—in which the USSR has
stepped up the pace with camou-
flaged direct action across inter-
national frontiers,

This will supplement _ their
usual activities of subversion,
sabotage and sponsorship of local
guerrilla actions that character-
ized the cold war.

The Soviet Union decided upon

Korea to test this new phase
because:—
1, Korea, like Formosa, had

been written off by the U.S. as
strategically indefensible;

2. The recent Big Three Con-
ference in London didn’t seem
to produce any “hard’’ policy for
the Far East, and

3. The U.S. snowed a lack of
determination in holding the line
against Communism by appoint-
ing an unknown—Charles M.
Spofford—however capable he
may be, as U.S. representative
to the Atlantic Council of
Deputies.

The Kremlin didn’t expect the
prompt dispatch of American
military aid in men and material
including ground troops, Even a
good part of the free world was
afraid the U.S. wouldn't take
such a firm stand.

That she did has strengthened
the lines of democracy and has
had a tremendous positive effect
on western morale. I hope that
France will be able to send at
least a token force to Korea, We
can't afford more because we
elready have 150,000 troops en-
gaged in Indo-China.

The war in Korea will be a
long and difficult one analagous
to France’s four-year old strug-
gle in Indo-China against the

Halt-Ilot



Wicksieed, and host, at the monastery in Cyprus.
rule is never to turn away any-

one, have had to build two car

parks. and a block of 70 “guest
cells” to accommodate all.
Outside the gates there’s a

privately run café and wine shop,
where you can eat and drink on
a terrace overlooking the valley

His best cell

OUR abbot was in town when
we arrived, but the monk in
charge of visitors said he was de-
lighted to see us and gave his best
cell, There were 14 beds in it and
they all had clean sheets and
spring mattresses. Not a sign of a
hair shirt anywhere.

Being a weekday, the place was
practically empty. Apart from
ourselves, the only visitors were
seven drunks, listening to car
radio rumbas,

The monastery has a phone, a
post office and a radio, but no
plumbing, We washed in cool
water brought in earthenware
pitchers from a well in the yard.

There was no hot water, but as
the monks of this order are not
allowed to shave it doesn’t worry
them much. I’ve got an idea they
are not allowed to cut hair either.

There’s not} much going on in
a monastery of an evening, so most
of the monks go and sit in the cafe
outside, We joined them

At the next table the seven
drunks were singing songs in
Greek, and to judge by the oc-
easional “Tut! Tut!” from the
monks they were not in taste

“Don’t you mind people acting
like this?” I asked one of them.

“Well,” he answered, “our doors
are open to all. And anyway it’s
better they should sleep in the
monastery tonight than go driving



down the mountain in that

When I was there the
were fasting, and they
that I might prefer
café than sit down t
fare. But that wasn't the idea at
all, Why go into a monastery if

tate
monks
uggested
to eat at the
their frugal

WASHINGTON, D.C.

THE SHORT and furious spring earthquake
that rocked the ancient-modern city of Cusco
in the Peruvian highlands proved to be|

| choosy, architecturally.
| The ten-second tremor brought little dam-
age to the old Inca mortarless walls, re-
nowned for the precision with which their |
‘jarge, irregular-shaped stones are fitted}
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\few buildings of modern concrete construc- |
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you don’t do as the monks do?
So they put me at the head of

their table and we dined on lentil} down several hundred unsafe homes, and
pring onions’) the demolition process was continuing.

soup, dry bread,
and olives. To drink
home-made wine or

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was

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I can! population were attending a soccer game in
ones didn’t the

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why most of

Afterwards we went back to the| occurred—a fact which probably saved many

cafe and talked politics.

with me, They couldn't

English, but some of them

papers
speak
could read it.

I gave them what I had, and
then we all went to bed in our
cells—the monks, the drunks, and
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And in the dawn

I HAD to get up early in the
morning to catch my plane, but
there was no difficulty about
waking, for the bells were rung
for mass at 4.15 a.m.

To show willing I attended the
service for the first hour or so,
but when it showed no signs of
ending I slipped out and with my
escort drove down the mountains
in the dawn

The woman next to me in the
plane asked what hotel I’d stayed

at, and when I said I’d been in| Peru, having worked for that country’s pro-

e monastery she gave me a queer
look. Presently she moved to
another seat —L.E.S.



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Gen. PIERRE BILLOTTE
attack has been well planned
while the U.S. is starting from
scratch having to build up lines
of supply.



General Pierre Billotte, former French
military delegate to the United Nations,
believes the Communist attack on Korea
is only the first step in “a busy summer
and fall" which may include Red pushes
in any one of several other spots in the
world, General Billotte, who resigned
his commission to protest his country's
inadequate defense policy, says in the
folowing article written for International
News Service, that the West must pre-
pare for new shocks and that the
United States should be able to put 50
divisions into the field on a month's
notice,



The Conese Communist armies,
now free because the allied fleets
are protecting Formosa,’ will
probably be thrown into the Foray,

and nothing is to prevent the
Russians who have about 3,500
airplanes in the area, from

announcing that Russian air and
ground forces have “volunteered”
to fight in the North Korean army
to “liberate” the South from the
“running dogs of the American
Imperialists” .

In short, the Russians will do
everything possible to tie up
American and Allied Forces and
to sap American strength with
the campaign in Korea. If the
allied forces should ever be in
danger of being pushed into the
sea I would favor the use of
pocket atom bombs and atomic
artillery warheads.

Of course, such use should be
preceded by due warning to the
enemy Communist. sympathizers
would raise a great hue and cry
but the majority of people in the
west would understand the neces-
sity of such a move.







War

be determined. At the time of Ross’s visit
in mid-June, Peruvian engineers had torn

Despite the general havoe wrought on
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the American Embassy at Lima, acting as
representative of the American Red Cross.
Housing, health and sanitation were the
{urgent problems, food being in adequate
supply from the surrounding farm country-
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time centre of the Inca world.



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By T. P. W. MALLALIEU George R. Stewart (Gollancz, | He drove down to the nearest In Reverse mostup-t o-date civiliz ationto Ioh, at the end of his long life. | ee eee SS Soauee %
ei M.P 12s, 6d.) filling station. There was no on hand—roads, motor-cars, unlimit- could only say that. at Tees sl PEPPERMINTS BACON—Sugar Cured %
ns They are commonplace, But there. He drove on to the nearest — Many people have amused them- ed tinned food, modern houses had taught his tribe. hour vite: CANADIAN EGGS xt
seaPinmvedelihe Ana ye . they ‘are meant to strike, » for township, Cars were parked in selves at some time by imagining books, sanitation was the bow and (row ve BRITISH ASSORTED x
part of Calif nis aie i x attle. through the story that follows, ‘he streets, dogs barked, cats what they would do if they were priyin ! higt The tribe, for itself, hi id 1 i} BE %
alifornia when a rattle- a . ~~” strolled across the street, But left alone he world. : ‘ing along super-highways, *, for itself, had learnec SCUITS in Pkg. >
fae bit him. He got back some- aE oe en ewes a ee ite nae Sas Meinys Ay REE Set COD but still keeping steadily to the = hed other things that decisions x om . %
ow to his lonely cabin and *Y su ’ Daniel Defoe’s “Robinson Tight, he found, here and there Of the tribe must be accepted &
dropped a hammer on the floor, Just ho the author makes Gradually he cam to realise Crusoe” was written roun at others who had escaped the that Ioh himself was a god who S 8 IRNIPS J& R BREAD x
them Pi od ee beginning of that an epidemic had killed virtu- idea. So was “Swiss Family plague must be pinched when he refused x CARROTS, TURNIPS, %
The hammer “fell, handle up, his story and before they have ally everyone in the United Robinson” So, too, was Wells to give divine guidance, and that % CELERY %
on its henry headj rocked back significance is a fine example of States, And, it appeared, in the “Shape of Things to come.” In The End =, hammer was his symbol of * CUCUMEERS r | and ROLLS %
and forth for a moment, and rest of the world as well But in these stories the heros deity I'CUMBERS in Tins b4
then stood still, handle in the dramatic writing. starting from scratch, built up He set himself, through them The story is well written and|#@ { %
air.” Ioh recovered from the bite The remoteness of his cabin civilisation of their own to preserve or rebuild the old brilliantly imagined. I like my 1% ~
and from some added sickness and the antidote of the bit 2 : civilizat sleep as much as anyone. But ‘ x
Therein is a neat literary trick and began to wonder why, even had saved him from the gfeneral George Ste rt’s Te } eve Bu eas Well irvivors “Earth Abides” saved me from! ~
which I cannot? unravel. These in the silent hills, he had seen no death, What happen to hi egan with every re t the built ¢ ’ lisation feeling rese il about Whips! % %
words are written on the second one for two weeks, except for two thereafter is the I re treme the old. through an al ght sitting % s
page of “EARTH ABIDES,” by men who looked at him and ran,’ Abides.” i war —L.E.S SOOO VOCS FS9T55 55968955 9595008 etpipinieeinmcua ee

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THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed an| is, gp plementary, eoution orf PURINA ENSECT KILI a
Address to the Governor agreeing to the “Relief Goods | ‘The resolution provides for th H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD

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agre Hos ceiving vital instructions from
sinless 2 ‘ OSs oe 1 a er: orc ay Government House. In previous
Mr. Goddara .@) -aid that the} years, three transmitting sets have

When the revision of saler neasure then in hand had a wide been either loaned or hired but
was undertaken it was ae rg scope, and he advised that steps ow none of these was available thir
that the fixing of salary scales in should be taken by the Govern- ee Veta

that the sig asa Bs keh Bae Core™ Affect Island’s Water Supply rear

“ | Mr. Adams in moving the res a a 8 BSBaes a a Beas 8 BBEsSs a
a _message from His Excellency. tion, said that on June 25, é
: It reads as follows: The House Wireless section of the Hurri¢ane =
oO more Jagree to accede to the Relief} Reliet Organisation h )
‘a a ja , 7 aoe ee t ganisation eld a prac
, ackage Agreement mentioned im tice for the purpose of testing how
r | Your Excellency’s message | well signals from the severa ‘unit |
‘aleott Placed, The House respectfully suggest | n the country dist ts could be
| that proper provision be made to heard by head t t the G
On Su rs i jensure that the scheme is not 3 ‘ ; ri anc ri ‘ver : POR ALL CLASSES OF |
e oe abused, z . rhe det eveale rs
Pp ca e The Address embodied a report ._ he practi he i he
The Ho ‘ oid | of a Select Committee which was p _— ce « tire nk betweer |
eT ae ASSOM yester-| appointed to reply to His Excel- - a . y Garrison heac where the | |
day passed a Resolution for $3,361! lency. : | Ce il Intelligence of the organi a !
te enable Mr. F. A. ¢ ollym vee * Mr. Cox (L), Chairman of the F : ! igation was statione There ‘ws |
Combermere School and ‘ommittee, said that the matter | oa Saas : sont | direct nk ith Governmer
Walcott ot the Lea Sem lo be ot daait with a message which had|{ Se SS See ORS. fa hae pans Hous vhere decisic t be - “
oan on t scale appro} Sptiatet bean t sent to the House some weeks Ee a Se Se Te = }made and passed on to the Garri |
o teachers holding first.and second | 2g0 and it sought to allow certain ’ i ree ‘ ) son |
eT Vv ND ANSPORT 1 canivrction with the Sanitary Commissioners of | z . }
oom B eiuiow or teen oe srePehgr Mase cag Beege 5 a iineee a ricurwavs ano, nee of the Covstitution Area from the Victoria Bridgo to In the event of a hurricane and
Mr. V. B. Williams ay- | island du ree. When the com- ors ; rare > a 44 ‘ | wi : i the te
mere su ao = nae : Omer mittee a ie ao a ahs 9! Siac al Queen's Park, as a precaution, ncw that the Hurri cane season is approaching. Workmen are seen here byoee the disruption of the te le- CONSULT
holding ay 3 & ge b pomamees, * Snie pont Rion Bs i reece ‘- e moving piles, relics from the old Barbados Rail way, aud other debris from the area along River teseeae aot other ee
a § oo ertificate anc } as & as : fre i8 no way other tan ¥
placed on the scaie of a teacher] € question of goods passing from Road. runner of informing the Centra
having 15 years’ arvicé . and |! individual to individual But, RE Relief Organisation of relief need
holding a certificat 1evertheless it was generally ed in country districts or of re \ \
Addendum to the Resolution agreed that the scheme was work-
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not give due paccanithos to the people would take of the release aves ten Foeduone
. on the duty on certain goods. He





; cessary to provide High Frequency
vane ae fhe Seren ound sare by | said that people would send vari- THE QUESTION of erecting a new Hospital at the 56'* Communication — set at those AGENTS FOR
certain teachers and, although | ous medicines to the island i acres of Government-owned land at Waterford, is still anjreeded in town, somewhere in |PODtS
steps were taken to rovide th z ao eS > yeoored
scaniaiaiee ee = tr € on guise of clothing and it appeared open one, the Hon’ble Acting Colonial Secretary told mem-|the area where the present Hos-| % es der a ) ' aid he
v t {UallNCatlons } to him as though some people were é f : pital was situated Others hac é ot sure whether or not he
should count for entry into cer-| getting relief while the city mer- bers of the Legislative Council at their meeting rs Gay, | sald that that was not necessary i's ulster arcs anne
tain grades, it was realised that/chants were not. He did so When he was moving that the Council concur in 4 ye had mentioned those points |}! a misuse of money to spend as
there were a few outstanding Mr. Lewis (L) said that as a 275

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resolution for the sum of $27,562 to refund a loan which had been | because the question hinged con-|â„¢UÂ¥Ch as $3,000 on hurricane NA TIONAL EMPLOY ERS
cases of teachers whose exception- | British Colony, to have to tell the















a al contribut t t ld lent, free of interest, from Colonial Development and Welfare) fiderably on publl welfare ad | quaeene: t fer Berbados. |

al contribution to educz . : am a: : all aspects . ter shoul > la urricane w 4 :
i merit their being wented i ‘hold: a macts ste Soon aes ib “4 to Funds for the purchase of the land from Messrs Applewhaites Ltd.) ) 4 aretility Ca idet et - “160 years ago and the leatruction

7 eee as me erly-stricken, so able oO : » ‘ . ao : ote On ‘
i ing qualifications of the highest] look after the poer, that help had at $480 per acre. : Honourable R. Challenor asked causes by it was not so great. He MUTUA L GENERAL
: order to be sought from a foreign power The addendum to the resolution Narrow Margin the Honourable the Colonial Sec did pnt fee) that a hurricane
3 2. Rep tion le | he |.” 88 regrettable showed that the Secretary of Stat | The site had also been approved | retary whether the $ 62 wer Han a oomne in ha te but in
% Goveniin 6b dies of the 1 it . ina He said that if the Government] for the Colonies had approved the|by the Hospital Board by the | ie be gai from loan funds or} : ia 1 a ap _) Vane ' messi
ng Bodies of the First anc c naccary £ . } ‘ 1 7 ; the ns vote! {from general revenue could be conveyed to the varior : sity Bi

¢ 20 ‘ took the necessary steps to pre-{loan in 1943 and the approval Of} yarrow margin of the casting vote g al re u : ; i 7 R :
i Second Grade School were CON) vent the twine Beane Daltial Fe- the Legislature wa sought infor the ehairman, (Mr. Pile was| He replied that from the infor ldistricts by runners INSU ANCE SSN. L TD.
g sidered by His Excellency the Gov- lease, all misuse could not be cut,’ September 1943 in a message inj chairman), It seemed an ide aljmation before him it would be Mr. Mapp (L) was of the opin-
3 ernor-in-rxecutive Commitiee who] out at least some. ") which it was stated that acres|cite, Mr. Pile said. It lent itsel{| found from loan funds. The prob- |!° tia Oohb hécabbaie: aoheeias
3 decided that Mr. F. A. Collymore Mr. Miller (L) said that the of the land would be reserved as|to the construction of a building | ler had not yet been solved and| ial ir ibaa 4
{ of Combermere School and Mr. L.| matter only related to‘old clothes |a site for a new hospital and the} thet would face from east to west he saw no reason why it shouid
4 A. Walcott of the Lodge School] and he wanted to see the House |remaining 30 acres for housing{;o that the windows would not} ot be reviewed.






should be placed on the scale ap-| decide on the issue without fur-| development or for agricultural let in the setting sun. | Waterford seemed an ideal
propriate to teachers holding first |ther discussion. extension work, as might in due They were told at that time) site to him and he had seen the
and second class Honours Degrees Mr. Reece (E) said that they | course be approved ‘ | that the area was the minimum site recently in company with
and that Mr. V. B. Williams of|should pass the Address because} The Secretary of State had now|required for building a hospital the Manager of the Water- |
Combermere School should be con-|there were many people in the |asked that steps be taken to re-|.—24 acres—with the necessary) works, The latter did not think
! sidered as holding a School Cer-|community who would benefit by |fund the loan No decision had} outbuildings and quarters. | the danger of pollution insup-,
5 tificate and places on the scale of|it as many had relatives in the|yet been reached regarding the Dr. Weatherhead, Chief Med.)

erable although it was fully |
5 ing nsio f ne: \ 2 ; | ‘ 3
a teacher having 15 years’ service | United States rebuilding or extension of tha] ical Officer at she time stated | realised that the island’s water



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; \ ospital neither were there at, that he was afraid that in put- | Bia a r i asha l material
and holding a School Certificate Any 1iaw_ he said, was liable to a a any econerete proposals! {ing a hospital on that site, they | pues was of extreme impory Made of w ble

3. The necessary salary adjust-}be abused, but he felt sure that] for the utilisation of the remain-| might contaminate the water | ‘ o42 toh
ments will be made with eftect| e authorities would see to it}der of the lane! Mt ea err Oly supply of the istand ee os nourable J.D. Chandler, | and suitable for ceiling lig ts,
from the Ist of April, 1948, the that the Acts of resirictions were Retain Land tanks, the means by i. the) President of the ¢ ouncil, said that
effective date of the general revis- varried out. it as therefore proposed t Hospital disposed of their sew-|he hoped that Government would |

Mr. Mottley (E) said that mis-



¢ et . age was likety to affect the| not prove dilatory in ¢ w §
ion of salaries, In the case of land and to repay the . | ; j Wy, Sey APL ee

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: ; use there had to be, but for all]}) h wa ‘d from water supply } 4 decision in connection with the
the Lodge School, token provision Y LOE aay HI e' . . tant that the water| usage of the 1:
Pitas oe that they could not allow the | pevelupment and Funds It was imnportan a « é | usage of the land at Waterford . .
only is asked for ¢ the amount people who would benefit from it, ae eit ugh the the land|supply of the iglgnd should be| He had in mind three instances Beautiful Pastel colours.
required to pay arrears for that people who had relatives in the| contemplated at of its|safeguarded. He was mentioning) in recent years in which Govern-
period Ist April, 1948, to 31st) United States, to suffer. et a6 had nat { come to} these facts, Mr. Pile said, because) ment had purchased land and had F f :
March, 1950, and increased salary There was an instance, he said, mal vet it might still be used for|he took it that Government had waited three to five vears before | & . Prices from $3.50 to $11.20
for the year 1950-51 to Mr. Wal-| when he himself had to pay duty |\hat purpose,” the Honouratle the |the scheme till under considera-| they made any use of it i
cott is small and can be met from] on some packages which were|Colonial Secretary said tion and he felt that all those | Weymouth, on which the Mg ie aconâ„¢ ~ -_
provision made in the Estimate] sent to him from religious bodies|~ [n any case, he concluded, it was] points should be thoroughly in-|} Combermere Schools now stands

for the current year. for some poor in the colony. Dis- | necessary that the land should ih vestigated
" carded clothing was all well but |retained by Government until ad-
Mr. G. H. Adams moved the] the question of medical supplies | equate use could be made of it rates Bay Estate which accommo
passing of the Resolution. He| would present a vast amount of Honourable G. D. L. Pile re+}| The argument that the site was! (sted those houses removed from|
assured honourable members that} qifficulty, but they could not pour] called that when the land was ton far out for a Hospital—two! that dangerous flood area

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the matter had been given careful | cold wate : ecause O > ek t had been bought with)/n iles out—was not a sound one He hoped that they would come
consideration by the Executive oan Ce ela Ee is of removing the General | Peon'e must realise ie nail Ce a decision in the near future 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
Committee and he thought no] had to take steps to see that people | Hospital to that site. That site) 4s a Hospital was put : ‘ ae, 0 and not allow the land to lie
harm had been done by the in-|did not send canned goods and|/tad then been approved by the | cessionaires wou, hehe sae On | fallow eeecenne feo.
clusion on the respective scales of |other food stuffs for purposes of |then Medical Adviser to the Co- he route to satisty . ction = ~
the three names mentioned. sale. lonial Development and Welfare for them ‘ ‘ed cate at 8S VSS eS SS
; Many people of the colony had | Organisatior Sir Rupe rt Brier~ Some , doc ors BAG, * oe ‘ital d © ,
; gh D. eee ae: Or one relatives in Canada and he felt\cliffe after he had inspected the le wet ri ore he ae + Wh Chi . | } :
irst thing which had struc uM/that the scope of the Address | Pine : , ; en i ren Are Th M. Fi Ll Me ;
when he saw the Resolution was|should not be vonaned to America in | r. , ac ory anager
the necessity to get in touch with}alone but also to Canada. LFF

people who knew more about it Mr. Crawford (C) said that they IN THE LEGISLA TURE YESTERDA Y

: than he. He had discussed it with }expected the Government to en-
several teachers. sure that the provision which was
then to be made would not be

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! As regards Mr. Frank Collymore !abused. What they were con- Mr. G. H. Adams laid the follow THEM G ROW STRON G i BOLTS & NUTS
' of Combermere School he felt that}cerned with whether or not their The the Colonial Secre ing when the House of Assembly | it Iron & Bright Pteel — All sizes
i though he was not a qualified man | decision then would confer bene-} tury erda met yergerdey , 1)
i he sense that he did not hold | fits upon the people of the colony. Leg pune Message No. 22/1950 from His Thin weak chi si 5 \\) BE > . ‘
; in t ; N pon id F thi ig free i Pxcellorcy the Governor to the ildren who need more A&D 14 BEARING (Plummer Block)
a degree, his was a most deserving |None could say anything to the hen C ; ‘ bxcellency te icuse of Assembly Vicniis devel steal ; : ii
| own that this} contrary and he had great pleasure} }",,. ; ons: report of the Honourable ne Honourable House ; P 8 bodies, strong bones, } SKF BALL and Cast Tron Bra
i case. It was well kn c p Indies chibiti ee informing the Honour strong white teeth and resistan “old (
i gentleman had done some excellent|in_ supporting the report of the] work 7 a eg cheer ser that he has assented in, the naine sistance to colds when 1 Bushed
i work and the Government in | Committee. Hoe ; enor and on behalf of His Majesty the you give them good-tasting Scott's Emulsion i
~ : stateme . 7 c o°¢ > Pri tines erein > 7 7 : .
i bringing down a Resolution to put} Mr. Dowding (E) said that there Ryne for t hs sine OO AE bee wom His. | regularly, } BOLT TAPS & DIES
ering i lified| were always two sides of any ended gist Mav, 19 Sacttoned: the © ev to the ‘ In sets from 1%” to 3
we en el aa oy et question and members who had “ion'ble V, C. Gale presented a er coueabh the House of A biy } more than just a tonic If
persons, was really doing MD. cooker hat: woncentrated . tHelr petition from the Barbado Gas Com- With reference to his Message No IT'S POWERFUL NouRIS. ENT i) ASBESTOS ROPE, TAPE and
justice 7 ieee : pan avin, the Council to pass & 19/1948 of the 24th of August, 1943 HM \\ FIBRE, etc
J addresses on one side, the good Bill to amend the Works Act iF tant an” Cas pars Peas Susdi's Rint t 1
i He would like to mention thatithat duty free on certain goods} i911 \1911—9 two unofficial membeis of tt +s. Renision isa gold mine of natural mn PIRE OLAY, BAFFLE BRICKS, etc
i at several of the other secondary | Sent from an individual to another sine tik British section of the ¢ er ’ A&D Vitamins. It’s a scientific, good- Wy?
s fs . 1) ? r 3 vely t . o ue « i : \
schools there were those who had| Would bring about. / 7 ine teats ot tHe Seo abtit Me Hoan ‘Aated 8th tasting tonic, 1) wp
; iven excellent service to the Tt was regrettable, he said, that oad St. Audrew praying the oe ber 1948, in reply thereto \\ Remember
re and who had now reach-} /!¢ sislation of the sort before them, Coun to pass a bill authorising Univers’ College of the }
i so . : should be placed before the House ther ¥ a sum not exceed West Exhibition Regulatios my ¥ y, r ,
é ave at which it would be ini a 7 cm get | 4 f
| << a imcult to wet down to|in such a horrid hurry. As he if, 3,000 208 SOON or othe er Sag the working of the A | The BARBADOS FOUNDRY) Ltd.
| he Syusinese of of getting the re-| Saw it, the passing of the Address} °) 1.) ig = iets OO ee ee ee the |!
, ; “ ; vould’ allow any individual in ar amet ! HE ne oaw -AanOR J > N
od que ns. Having giv-|Woule ‘ : year 1946-49 ’ sua! | EADQUARTERS FOR ALL FACTORY AND PLANTATIO
quired ‘ Se te arvice how- Barbados to receive from any in- The Council coneurred in resolu Statement showing as Cc satere i Added ENERGY FOOD TONIC 1} SUPPLIBS.
a nba ; hoped that when proper dividual in America, any goods on to approve the Order os u led and Excise cae ates: : i \
aa Det aon w as made to gov-| Which came under the category of Price Byabl ation and Labour Wel- "Statement of Advances by Gov- i.
ee their behalf, similar! discarded clothing, medical sup-| fore) Order, 195 ade by the Gov ernment of Barbados and amount pe ie
ernment on ig 9 Sra niit | plies, foods and the like. ernor-in-Executive ommittee on received from His Majesty Govern- 6 “
mntinant aor e » 1 m7 ; g ander 7 1 : e
treatment woulc e me ! Some of the articles yielded the 15th day of Jur 1950, und ment andes his provera bh, ie WENRY 15 A WES CERTAINLY
k i - j the oO sior 3 1 ic a a |
Mr. R. G. Mapp said that; some of the highest taxes in the ste 4 3). of Industry 3ist March, 1950, in respect of the BOY Fo BE IMPROVED
lthough the Resolution was atisland and it seemed to him as Rehabilitation, Price ation Several schemes sanctioned by the
althougn * s i though t deal would be lost 43 elfare) Act, 1947, as Legislature TREMENDOUSLY
precedent and in his opinion a ough a great deal wo Os and Labour Welfare) Act, 18 see a a LOWING NOTICES WERE
fun >| 5 a i set out in the schedule to this reso Poe UL } 4 JRE
dangerous precedent, he, like the j by some. It oy oa —— wes a i aiee AB asin GIVEN pvsince USING
} last speaker, agreed with it. j articles to come in free and those} (2N0n ocr and the rate of tax pay Mr. ADAMS: Resolution to place
j “He agreed with it because in who took advantage of such an} ayy. ts the Far ‘olasses Control the sum of $3,000 at the disposal of
i Mae here were certain opportunity would necessarily ,cut 4 ar} Board on fancy the Governor-in-Executive Com
| his opinion, there ee bie , ' during tt ; yalttee to supplement the Estimates
j i of activities which called down the sales of those who dealt me ‘ ‘ 1 r e crop 5
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t ri ) igS0-51, Part JT, Current as showr
| ore than academic experi-| With the United Kingdom rod eee 1 the plementary Estimate
| hi ’ d which experience count The matter, he felt, required ! 1950-51, No. 10, which form the J \
ence 20 } » of these| careful discussion befcre it could 1 I Schedule to this Resolutio
ed for a great deal, one ¢ be’ massed 1 tio! Pesolution to place the sum of
was the teaching profession, Cer- tn ISSec i E ae he disposal of the Governor f
g ! here were many medicines ap Committee for the
5 titude even ore € ?
tain men By ts tted into the! \ hich could be got cheaper from | : Sates o ns to twa ¢ LEA \ and EC oO VON ae aL
go. wart % i. hing and in it|the United States than from the 1 1, ¥ studen : gies aoe
s ea ‘ dewre n he :
profession ¢ ie ount for a gre at}U nited Kingdom, medicines which) t ho College of the West Indics
experience must ¢ lwere in great demand, and he} /"' a erateae td Mr. COX: BPesolution to approve ° ESE S
deal knew that many people would for. te “or eat to ‘eabele of the Deok of Reterence and Plan A ge =
Although he agreed, as he had|take the opportunity of getting) ment the Esti Beesl, eeet! | anere prepared. Caer a Milena \\ ae
mart with the present|them through the cheaper market Il, Capital Estimates a own in | Mr ADAMS: Draft Biil to amend You will be i f
said snes Ke was warning the; Mr. Cox replying said that this he Supplementary Estirnates 198 i the Police Act, 1908 N | ~ * :
PD vernin ent that they were now |Re solution applied purely to poor] this resolutior pau a oe oe dy scan R
ee themselves to very many) persons In the first place he a MY «'WALSOTT: Draft Bill to 3 I ed ,
ORE from other people who/would mention that Government] ,, = Se Se Se 08 Oe emcees umend the sale of Cottom Act | very pleas:
: ; . the Es ps 1950- > a . 1 pnt, 1 / ,
j oa been by -passed, W hose claims|must agree the items were relief as shown in the Supplementary Esti- Draft Bill to authorise the
| — they should be treated onjitems before they came to the | mates 1950-51, No. 8, which form the a Oe eae ee ‘ Z
j na : ’ ot lisland chedule to this resolution a > € ; ae Seer
asis of expeérience and notjislan To approve the Regulations en- Rill to authorise the Executive P
} the ke elt had been red in He could assure hon. members titled “fhe Motor Veh rapemaperss| og Committee to, exchange certain lands | ‘ with your new ‘ea :
qualincar rei ent past. He hope i/that the Postmaster General as Traifie (Amendment) ~gulations | the property’ of the, Government of , | : 2 of
the very ae = tak »>|well as the Cont sr of Custom 19, made by the Director of Higt this Island eae . ;
he Government would take some jwell as the Controller of ¢ eee iva Mon Piloabart-an the ard ture There Bil's were later read a first — ; : ,
the G ; ieal with the e cases|were prepared to do everything ~ side Gia eicciiniésie of watian ssid FLORENCE STOVE i)
ae ; S ae a certainly go-'li n their nower even to the ome Ey ot the Motor Vehicle 1 Road | The Woure pessed the following = if. ae i, ft f 4
yvecause ; : y s jof employing additional sta to rafie Act, 1937, z d by | A Bill to implement an agreement 4 « 3 ei
jng to have a food of application cae that this privilege was not ections 41 and 42 of thy rtment to provide for a uniform currency DARK yO La = a ; tila
‘ o coe . | of Hig ¢ and Transport Act, 1945 1 » Faste-n Group of the Britisr Tt ieee Le |
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of tiled Meek Wat __FOR RENT urricane In Carlisle Bay Cs
husband Cowen Alaa Beloved l ure er Ti _ e § rE ; S.S_ Kollst cnibetitnhcieniabelits
} ALLEYNE i i > g L ‘ o Genova s et '
fell asleep 22nd July. 1 ; who! HOUS! ria t ~ w. Ss ; 7 SS. Fra ‘ es :
“My sorrow and my | ES ulpmen annie; % i ais Themes ct ‘ waa dame 4 my i passages to
Nc ca | LARGE YARD er Tuttle D ace Sian, ok Pat S 8. 7 ‘ ‘ses n Sadee abincil
My meme and SHED. rom Page Eunt Q ar; S a So n 1 abou
Mager Se ake | door at STOUTE'S DRUG apply next}{ have described nets. ’ @ From Page 5 Tern Dl; N le > dll ly ’ 8.8 ist, SS. Lad j £7 days
a ae 20m corner Roebuck St STORE! could als ? e wound |sets could be t P rk ' ex, SS. Bis ii, $s B Me cot
my Dear Gre baka ocr Resd treet Pax Country | 5 d also have beéh inflicted by |rather th e borrowed or rent en | que : he 5 . ach \ aire
hough not far Tee ee ee 36 a see —t.fn.j|2 person standin . i than e Gover 2 ; ALS ,V nerig
For we'l : : jie y . g behind spending ; vermine Athel Ruy } ; lt onpe
Jo ett snaes tx the eben Mor ER iuiabsioer-Loparek ee vounded person. It could not uate ending : oney in the buying of | cons ine t ‘ Capt. | > RB
os 2 aaa ces, lar yarag n Brigl een caused by « j F ts which may be laid aside Canadian Challe i
Will ever be enol | tor ; rge garage, on Brig! F . d by an over ha id aside ri « 9 ' wr a
‘ rvembered — b eae athing beach aml “ey : hand blow,.{the next 50 years without i Cast. Seatt, from Trinid ~ WE'VE GOT 1
J Wil quer be remembered by his) aut tone. te [beach Reasonable rent “Cleveland Appia of Work Hall, {used xt 50 year: without being | adi SEAWELL 1OT THEM
eerie an ee ee ee ee ae St. Philip. Said that on th ath | be bo cant ont case, they would , DEP AL TURES j ee QUAL DECC >
. ; rt a ] side ree oP e ught only to rot ar choone ted Pilgrim S., 47 | RO GUAIR 4 j > ‘
i a Loving Momory of our dear siste 19.71.5030: | ws arn between 9 and 10 p.m. he destroyed by dust Set Pee at A oe i crete 2 r a eee \ & BRI Ni
and Aunt ALMA GODDARD, who w r ROSEDALE. Marine Ga was on Ruby Road. He hear ie. Abus : : ‘ i Je
ebiled $0 pot gg rage fail all tg September at wes Hastings|noisé on the road and he eard 8} the equip s then explained that 3 re Pa All the c hte
hy ose Lord wé eahwiot ontaining Vi ae per momh.| the di ; went in]; 1ipment could be > E De s e Bos Z 5
ne Swell Shale iaise by Tide. | with = room, ane anes sae coming tee where the noise was | 800d, order by th % a = mn r ol "Cla ‘Sara It t IK CENTRAE Ro Rap
ic € ‘ ¥ ». | wi : it roo re 2 , . € slice Ww srde, Eun oO ‘ chee s i ‘ .
Audrey a Atieeap ho 4 ees Panis et ge in each, K ihae vas the Gades ea viene that it ee use it for transmitting th Benjamin news Bia . a Pct - ‘ aoe her, Osca c re ME nae 5
7 , e e > ‘s SSa 2S 7 . , a , ©. sisene anche > y ". : .
fee tondy. | bare es & 3 cere See who was making are rid > Mr. Miller a Week tale Ganka fant Vitor Dascolt. — (Central Foundry (td. —Proprietors)
etre ‘ ard. Insepetic 2 coms in} ¢ eae gs noise ai. =: 7 .) said the - eeke Alt nts , FROM ST a |
ee wepetion by appointment. Dial saw him ih front of Eugene oa going to support i hat he w ey Aa mort “Forde, Alwin| cynthia OM ST. LUCIA bub Bread & Tudor Biresta
: ae 10use., He we ae s $l but F , resolutic ilk Pi rons te w ee vure F COD RPS”
FOR SALE 1¢.7.50—6n. him wh ee went to him and askod mut he too considered it a misuse | s pervill n § AX 'SROM ee ore a | Ys ad
=. th hat was wrong. He did not of Government fun He wor eit iy * i Eva cree | mR
see the accused ¢ r not have liked ua e Viola sr ‘ |
= , a a iked it FROM . | a . Z
eee PUBLEC . Immediately ee, a ron Beeeeaa. ha. yore ‘oud I A eo el it Crawford, Mr. Joha| Sone epee anv oeerenre ee rereee |
_GAR-108 “Ford Pretect in perfect| >. WOOTECHS |Cartter what was wrong =e eine the Government to fail n Touch With Barbados or © Pan ig
ne tame, PAYS © RICE. CB. N asked the cee oe he also|might be of use to fa ee ; Const Station FROM MARTINIQUE bod
ae . T vhat was |case ‘ = . » public . M INIQUE |
cuneeae 16.7 OTICE wrong. Accus ; e as|case of a hurricane r
reac . used replied that C “ne 4 urricane | A.FS.,
CAR—Vauxhall. V is t here ter had as > at Car- It is black mail”, he said. T , TURES BY B 1
ee teias tele Ricky Pe ihe ee es elas — public that} open the ae Ward to|/Government was b ae a : he | hort ek ™>F t NIDAD’ a | (Formerly nies mn _ Bladon) |
specially fitted fo: rk| Hekers af Tudor Street. is i Popular | jt e had not opened|Ment which will uy. Cae ss ir. Alfred Re Mr. Raifus Fiel ‘ oe
carrying of m r the better| and he ‘ r Street, is in dispute] 4p and because he (accus ae ne tee will be lying in t \ Winifred aso s Field Cenne :
Nicholls at shore ian Ring Be la ee m closed down on the isth| there, Carter felt it ov ae sage eee ane a § Mayes M h a ee] U.K.—CANADA }
j made by &. Bryan or 1 sactions can be} had advise _ as he who . Ward (E) was also in favot S. Bwas as Mr aN | -K.--CA! A—t 4.-—VENEZUE |
28.6.50—t.t.n. | ther settlements, L. Gull until fur-| door, d her not to open the S the resolution but Se ae x. on I ed Before buying examin = i
cam over = eo an \ OR LA G . . ne o ‘ ensive list r hat
ELECTRICAL Signed: 1. GILL eter then turned to the(Slectrical current is cut du if the | — Luis Matheus, Mrs. Flora Math- | Pe knanae
re 7.50.—1n.] accus . al current is cut ken M M Mathe rere eee Lana located in all areas 1
"BENDIS WASHING ance si accused and eld hin the(urcans, whether no BA ee |
nt just feceived. Book y 5 i. nd shook him The }eauipment will b l ‘ R tee ee oe m= Plantations Build
withott delay. Dial 3878. Dac order PERSO accused sho ‘ : . : ve able to wor BADOS ; s Building |
; . 8 a uted for “ The resolut : rk
Co. Ltd., Electrical eeniweee & NAL and began to nts 1 Ren ef resolution was then passed taut NERAL HOSPITAL
: , s ‘ i OL AS
ne 4a | | THE public order to release Carter’s hold. | DERING OF NURSES’ UNIFORMS =>;
< pear taereen natin cia Volts, 56” Blades | {oor Ron ts ere Waite” LEOMI esd : hi P mtnute for about tw W. fd | e nub Pen es mA . |
eee Controller. Dia MOORE . 3 a vite mijend a half mir s r inter stanls oa ara a ye received at the y + i
Costa & Co., tad antl’ Monet mpeeid vine Gee as T do not hold] then began eee The accused HA 7 MPs o'clock noon on Tuesday, 25th July, 1950, for he Hospital up to 12 ARDW ARE BEEP CaRIMENT
vee 15.756 6n | cise Contracting any aatt or anyone} the deceased fol ee Seer 9 W. Uniforms for a period of 8 r y, 1950, for the laundering of Nurse WE HAVE ; : 5 es
ELECTRIC FITTINGS — J a. {my name unless by a weit debts in ased followed him ANT TO KNOW 4 Tender forms nonths from Ist August, 1950 HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Micey Seve ae set aati A lates nee ee : = oe Ret Genera) Hi rms will be supplied on application te the S ! PT. and & PT.
i = s i ospital . i ) » Secretary, | f Re e
prices, Disi S878. Da from at reasonable Sed. ATHELBERT MOORE vai urned For Hat Mr. L. E. SMITH 11 Hospital, and tenders will not Pike e Secretary A ea a6 PE ICE CREAM FREEZERS and
Electrical Department. rs Base Bay Land he deceased got near to the To enquire f th on torms supplied the Hospital ntertained unless ‘they are COFFEE Mii aC a ee
St. Michae accused and the latter star > of the senior mem - Dora . : spitat ek LS. CORN MILLS--3 8
15.7.50.—6n. ichael e latter started to ber th > ersons tendering 1 SMA . LS--3 Sizes
: 18.7.50—2n jrun. The ini of the Executive Con ‘ ng must submit, at the 18 — LL HOUSEHO S
REFRIGERATOR English Electric ae n Samay The deceased followed, | Mittee present at the sph onge Com- | from two persons known to “a 1 1e time of tendering, letter 1 FOOD GRATER uD, SC rs t S
cal,’ 6.4c. ft, Puret sh Flectric- e public are hereby warned agai yn Shepherd came out off the House of ext meetir negness t ) to possess property, expressing th “LOUIS ; t. 1 FRUIT PRESS
eediits, Soy purchased July 1949, | giving credit to my iy, warn against Eugene Ward’s house and st 1 ; : a eee of Assembly ingness to become bound as sureties for the fulfil ing their will OUISE” OIL STOVES
ied, itenatefabie to e years guaran- | (nee Allen) as 1 7 ez Austin] « é shoutec nether Government is J Furth 7, ‘ a e fulfilment of the ec At e i cies ale
w. M Sa Reaeaa Ste 308, Apply | tesbonaible for vai Bl ayes oe Whatever areas don’t run, that persons other han iene be er particulars may be obtained from the Secretar err Oe ert
cea » ‘ contracting any debt or debts . oe ur ; appen we can take it. gaged in the Sugar : re y nO aes BON TRONS le
18.7.50—3n eae by a written sada ‘sighed f ae the struggle the hats in need of Mes Se Py. W. GOODMAN, MINCE ao areas DUST CLOTHS
’ 7 0 ot > ~ ern ss 7 rovic ww eae 2, Such as 1 9.7 ‘ Secre 7 on? KNERS
LIVESTOCK Signed JOHN austin, | 8ccused aero’ t and the ell by the Labour Welfare 19.7.50-—3n Secretary | MONITOR” PRESSURE STOVES et Aut
§ ae s off. » accus 7 “— ee as ‘ ‘ ES 2 rac ». Peban
"HORSE —! One Stud Horse deena ee immediately came onde eet Industry? persons engaged in. that doh D. Fi re ae
ante earn ae Canlosity’ Vitiage, Bt. st Michael” hat, and the deceased who had 2. If the answer to tl & “a fh fagylor & Sons Lid.
itemeacaien y 18.7,50—3n. i lie ah Ai ie ee a run through an alley way alia question is in the pi icdih lloy ING I Mex e i
TWO HORSES—Ms prsrecen ee sers ; came back for his ir y 4'S°!| Government este : Rey ‘5454 a
nite vee BS_-Mares both over 15 The blo OFA hereby warken Deceased iti s immediately.) whereby simi establish _a scheme | pty toot at o*s tote at eo ote oto ote ote ot ote oo epee oot Se al
pate aCe ae accustomed | 288inst giving credit to my wife, Ruth| take up | he a Pr attempting tO] made f similar provision may be — 1% EEE LALA LPPA PAPE EY
in f ‘or price etc apman, (nee Brustet : 7 p his hat fell to the ade for needy worke ers ¥ %
rs o aanie : i r) as I do not o the ground. . y workers ¢ ——— = ‘
3344. Payne, ReELOW CP pogee = CE gyn Tete ape for her or ang- oe who was standing feat pe engaged in the * 4 ROYAL NETHERLANDS ener BS joaneg a on %
Sete a aN dL eg - acting any debt or debts} nearby went t aati aes industry of this isl: gal rhe MV ;ia o » & . ‘ *
in my name : : o deceased’s assis- : his island V Daerwood | % aq eas >
MECHANICAL pa a name unless by a written order] tance and tried to take him up.|Mr. BRANCKER } STEAMSHIP co. ac et Caro and Sitsuntes witl | 3 ' : astde for our x
’ 7 to matees . oR. a . Lucia, St ineent, Grenade | % + 2 ,
Signed CONRAD CHAPMAN He asked me to help. I did so. |~& To enquire of ; Sailing from Amstercam, motterdam a See, | hv areas. aU | acation éhis Your ? .
Mater athe SINGER MACHINE and oe Mich eo As he was a bit heavy for the ber of the a TVG Ce, ee a me 3 % i %
otor attached, Phone 3139. St. Michael two of us we se ; ae as e Executive C 8. 8 tuly 10, 92, 97 ; ; . 6
ae era iaks 15.4 schlecht eh By soine rite present at the next touts oa ae Na lias weg bie ae Fs cemaares gan Meehan * wit BROOKS %
Seanaeeretn 2&2 —————————— OS < : e House Asse , S. “HELENA” Sept > a a assengers for Domi . t smresy ‘.
“TYPEWRITER —One Underwood Long i Mr. Blackman came and we i, Whether of Assembly TE omy PC RD at ca, Antigua, Montserrat, St Kitt * %
Carriage 18-inch Typewriter in good = lifted the deceased to Mr. Black of th ner Government is awar¢ ; 7 COTTIC Pat am and Deer yen ailing Frida oath July % .
condition. Dial 3920 or 4455 - LOST & 7 5 ; I ack-|of the continued dissatisfacti : August 16th * rary ‘ %s
x J man’s residence Peasant Propriet sfaction Sailing to Madeira Plymouth ime MV. 7. & Radar win x ' ‘ een : x
s -—-—__-——- — RAILS mes: “The only person that I recog- with the w 3 vhi m8 in connectic Antwerp and Amsterdam BCONTE SAFES and Passengers for ss 4 \ ? y y 1 ~
y RYPEWRITERS “Olympia” portable Lost bem during the struggle apar:|@t a ieaccusiae ealtene a M MO ANIEECAD? Ale. Of utia, Be Vinee: ee | ist 1 Woh eUelhe j %
oy ard keyboard. Price rom the accused ; sraneen | Sugar fac ‘a. number of the 8 ne ur 22nd ete : . .
SE A. th Ber HHLUL, Pasnne MOE tigen ere was _Granty Matisse. 7 ae: it the ee re ee wie BOW.1 Schooner Ow | } 3 ~
nes en 7.50—1M | James ees reeae came :to} friendly with both the ‘seraaeat question is “Vea one above M HERSII tA" Be Association Ine meres * ist FLOOR X
<— homas, c/o Mr. | Maxwell, fo se : Soar s”, will Gove EOURA' Aue’ sith . : ’ ‘
MISCEL) ANEOUS Howell's Cross Road yo ee the accused. HERE THER Avting. wheteten ihe So eee pinet ee ith Consignee; Dial: 4047 * C. F.. HARRISOD 5 x
To Mr, Dear: Appia said that Shall ba continitaualy hy ny ther _MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., teeta: * oe RRISON & CO., LTD ~
GANTIQUES— ot sent description after the struggle the accused gach Sugar factory in Rey : —— ———==_= % i ’ >
Wavercoloure” Banly fewels, S58 Suiver, PUBLIC S appeared to be afraid and he hroughout the reaping eas x x
graphs, ete. Tae eringes Antique Sap walked off, The deceased walked either: oe % NOVELS >
fajeining Hoya) Yacht Club. : behind him. When deceased got (a) A government _ itiner Dy ee iae ho like *
1.9.49.—t..n. | ACTION near to the accused the accused ‘ cane Inspector, or ar Ls SHRIMLERS for thon ; %
GALYPSO | RECORDS, forty eight | ——— oer to run and he ran through (b) hy ae paid cai ee ee x GENERAL BOOK ae, Ee eee x
Sy y ten each, come and get| BY i an alley. Shept ios ‘ weigher, or bg © Got 3 for thone ore ¥
them. nstructions recei 7 : 3 pherd shouted fer Th ’ OUTW , Goll, and Ch t ri victat . c
A. BARNES & CO at the WAREHOUSE, Saat | Bim he came back , (c) A member of the Polic: ARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM: % yom Tenney
TA BARES £ SOnR_ | pre Otic ga fembwasDAy sth a ae Ne ok ota: | Soemmughdy wera rin me From I F Toodat"Holay dene Shen *
eae 19th, at] accused | roughly versed i ‘ Le ¥ il Holiday dishes for the , y and want to 5 x,
DWARF COCONUT PLANTS—Apply Daria Z MORRIS 12 H.P. Sedan Car] It wa { ne had lost sight of them. | operation. Be tne in. the |g, “SPECI f aves Due % 6s r the fi 0 prepare %
Hill's Dairy, Fontabelle, Dial SAPPhY | SEDAN ash ial wan Some mea tn | ry ane Lande wo Hee thei, T° Beams? rae 8 ERO M/Brough & Maubercy: || So nceee hon ake muahieieee: Dinteiikn i %
: well kept and in| © ot appear that they had te ¥ # such af, Shakespere te » revise their favourite :
18.7.50-—3n . perfect. running order ad gone “Cc London ‘ % ter Scott, Ale ‘ Dickens; Robert Louls § classical ¥
— now shock] very far. OMEDIAN” ; Sth July 24th J . . 1 Alexandre Dumas and ot lls Stevenson; Sir Wale @
_DUCKHAM'S ADCOIDS- Save patrbl wie fi reeently put on. TERMS sein lie tthe ape hte of mttaer nian Liverroot 8th July 22nd ny * FAN WOOK & TEMOUING fur (hone. wito-1t) athlete:
red luce ens e wear and promote per- | eer. ‘ ak eee rege, fect away from ian r rt Unifi , C 8.8. “RIVERCREST" tome 6th July 20th July * ie ee een z
has to be used of stents Ee res Pe he cde When deceased took up his hat orm urrency 5.8. “NATURALIST” earn, i on July 30th July * HAPPY >
running-in new or rebored — ¢ \ they hi E ° ey Roe 28th July 11th Aug ‘ OLIDAY CARDS (1) .
Simple wnd inexpensive to t epeines AUCTION SAL OF MAYARO ney had both come back | HOME 1 AUR hacia Hulidadc ob talline thent WHAT & for either wishing 3 ‘ ~
. ain- % serves ‘ . > ny min sci ellingr the saad : ing vo ind
Si ta ng aay a et=[ uc aia fl ptr, ca Deceased took up his hat aad Bill Passed BYARD FOR THE UNITED RiNeON | eed as 7 ilightfalNatiday you vourvet
Adenine eee Jones & Co. Lid. NMAYAROâ„¢. at Rockiey ne house called started to come up and then fell The House of A Vessel For S it s %
aaa in nigh was sat UP fas ale on the 13th uae nee came during tha) terday passed a Bill t embly yos- { 8S. “TACTICIAN” ts etn Closes in Barbado | % : the ROOK DRVAR x
2 es 1% y, s stponed and will n« take | sale he was ; ab o imple: CRAFTSMAN” os } 20th . 4
fr Seve exible ne Ett ohh oes Rae y Thursday the 20th, at*$] about five feet ee asa hy idjan agrc#ment to prov ide 1 ' "| PLETE MRAN ++ London a aie te y
neh and 1% Inches. En P ae oP eye n where|uniform ¢ * E 0 a ’ ‘ each PUY AAA ALAALLE EEA %,
Heat dads, Relea See, wi | wit te Sor, na ped fa he was standing. She was further] Group of urgency ih the Hastern| TOF fare particlita apy tli itil ie ttt
lin 8.7.50—t.f.n, | has open PenGtS: Ad 6 Oe A nee eg) away from: she deceased and] Territories ish Caribbean | ak : TSaS st e
LOLLYPOPS — for the children, in 12 by 23, dining sonie 12 ‘by 23, two. (2) accused than I was. He did not The two DA COSTA & CO., LTD—Agent T i
several Delicious oars a in | Boek ver each 11 by 19, both with basins, see the accused any more after|at firs ‘© members for the City = re i ) \ y TT
“BEATALL LOLL pera nae or ea yeranaalt 3 by, 19. toilet with box) he came to pick up his hat a irst objected to the | ing dhl | 1 } ) \
arate Mace bine toraa| eee te, Rae inte gen] St, Clair Adolphs Greene. wine} \h ii ee ee sroune nT ia : | ee
Fees ORCES 10. 7.50-an, | puoster.. Terma cash It is your is also lle Sr 3 1ey did not } } anne ‘ s ' og T pe
fectioners. __19,7.50—n. fe g ihe lath antl is also called Granty spoke ; yt have suflic sh t ° SLOTHIER: " ee
) inspect house before the date of sale.| having been in rs denne a time to peruse it but Mr. Adam | ha n j a ona eams pee ) < ERS OF DISTINCTION” ,
WANTED Sere weed. baa deceased. At one point eal out that the Bill was only | ae ° {
round but did not see him, ar rad passed nearly four ye ‘ SOUTHBOUND : FINE T }
an 3 years ¢ Sails 8 : NE TAIL€ IG 18
HELP REAL ESTATE he decided to go into the publi a Montreal i ee Arrives Sails AT Ww AY ' RING 1S Xi
x seta: G aeeaaeras Ti road and see if he was out tl LADY RODNEY , B'dos Bo. |} ALWAYS A JOY TO ,
Ro nior Clerk for our Office. Apply |p SUSE_One Double roofed House at] As h as out there ‘ CAN. CRUISER 20 th June 3rd July Sth J | BELLOLD ! \'
Ce eee eek ics the Manager, |G. WN Mall. Land can be rented. Apply | s he pushed open the door Conside D . EADY NELSON ne i tie pepe ae a ! i seh
per 3 Co-operative Cotton Factors Se ee Bosak, opposite - sey ag ye came back in anc Fr: Og “AN. CALL gund July 29in aly 27th July a July th Ju \ e \
8.7, 50—3n aoe 9 7 50—4n, | spoke to him in a rage ° oY RODN 23 sare ae 24th 24th A
S. mS G “ : * ADY NELSON 23rd Aug. 26th Aus. 28th Aug : 24th AL
SALES GIRL — Required SANDGATE”, Hast! He left again and I follow Licence Bill | : DN hith Sep, 14th ¢ Aug. 6thSep. 7th 8
capwiedan ot ee ve tired with a] 2.940 square f astings, standing on} }im “pe fe nllowec { ioc

State salary Aare: Baie oubtecs bee of Riectings. feet of land on the seaside Ward's ie Sens Eugent The police should | NORTHBOUND ee Our Tailoring
No 21, Bridgetow " The Hou e a e got t keep stray ’ Arriyv s A
own din hcha 188 p Meyeae seapatns, drawing and Gin. the door the accused pushed open we found without badges 0 Sire ee bestow - Malte | Mone D
“DEPUTY MANAGER—Requirec Se Ree re eee tal ety OT ane | te door atid came out of Ward's Beer this vane than four days LADY RODNEY 27th July 20 Mere reas epartment
R—Required f , kitchenette, toilet and bath house. He hey are killed, S DY NE 27th July 29th July ith Aug. (9th Aug. 12
small Sugar a or | stat ath Up- é e came through § the | bers d, Some menm- ’ 1th Aug. 2 ier fith Au. 12th A
Doane, sher Cn at in St. Vincert a ae usual rooms downstairs and} front door Evely & helpers of the House of Ties are \ ‘DY isth Bop, 2let A z. Hth Aug Bist Aug ard Se, ty Soa
8 well educated m : ights of steps to : velyn Shepherd |cx ‘ ! ADY ' p. goth Sep, — ist ¢ 4 sas n deservedly P }
wists | Sue Mees tec SAAR 3 2- | Blepizic and Wale sea. Gas,| ome out behind him xpressed this view when t! in Ber: Toth Oct, loth Ove. sth Ook Sein Ge Henitath Ye opular :
ply to M . 5 , 1 . . | were consi ra 1 th Santee . wih Ox leputatic
xinpeewe, ot Vineet. Estates Ltd | prone: No. 2668. day by appointiiet Sener Ber said, “Alphonso, if |the ort tecee A Bill to amend | eres
? ‘The above will jionel Carter come to you don’t . , License Act, 1902 N.B,—Subject to ch. “ ee :
12.7,50—7 be set up for sal you aon The ; change without notice. A!) venie's IUST / TTR
| public competition at our ge a @ on page 8 houd ba a. to make peopie Butsert Ncenwer Wares and freigh! ‘utes on Bited elih Gold otsraite oh Ake Cine Ate BIT
ISCELLANEOUS ay of July 1980 at 4 p.m. al coe or their dogs so that a MORE CARE AND
c. GTO! the police may ‘ a j uk
en ARRINGTON & SEALY, o eae a eae a dng | GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. Agents ATTENTIO
a teenke HAROLD PRO-' 11.7.50—10F REDS CLAIM 1,500 the uollas .on-kha Fes ae yi whic :
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——— stdninclgeeot e ki ae » Sui
NTED nena iw. ed some days a(ter if it were ‘ > . i - ; or Suits
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ee eee Ee ad cas maine @ from page 1 on a . | Cie, GLE., TRANSATLANTIOUL
re bedrooms, furnished or u ; t was S ned cl Te
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' m 19.7.50.- etween Japan and the Chinese »bjection by some 8.8. “GASCOGNE” S mck id
sali ! . f me s Sailing t ride | ‘
nalionatist stronghold Fo oe embers as to the length of tim iB to trae idad on the llth August Vary men now are saying
to tred ot rmosa |the police should ke 1950. | ia re saying
ybservers here believed that} before it ep; the ! Accepting Passen, ; i | I Always Get Mine trom
bdo you SUF North Koreans might soon be in Mr. Ad was bers i| $19.00 sengers:— Minimum Fare | Y
: 8.8. “€ : _ S19.
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PAGE EIGHT

_, W.1.—Derbyshire

ee?

Game Ends In Draw

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

First Meet |13 Testify In St. Philip

Amateur Tennis |

Association Murder Trial |

WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1950




















STALIN WILL SUPPORT ||
SECURITY COUNCIL |










Tailored in

@ from page 1
taking part should attempt to



regulate the Korean conflict L d
» m The opening meeting of th @ From page 7 i heard a running in the direction ; ee he believed that for on on Ese:
Rain Washes Out Play Barbados Amaieur Lawn Venn fraid of him.” The accused of my house — f rons the | speedy settlement it would be ox:
Association got of to a_ flying . % ear . ae . iunning I came back into the hall Pi ue rat a : i W *
re . ° start > elley feums Club I do no know what I have 1 opened my front window to the | Ded " for the Security C ouncil to orn in
Ww h Ti L d 7 start at the B or Lionel Carter, he is always hear the Korean representatives.
ul ourists ea ing yesutda* afverno This Club}; ; ors : yS'read and I saw he deceased | phe tt . ine ae
yesteraa : . humbugging me.” Carter then said | Garter o ee ;|The Russian Communist Party
plaged their grounds at the dis- Carjer come 4nd fall dcwn about}

CHESTERFIELD, July 18

newspaper Pravda to-day publish-



te accused, “Alphonso, what I got! ¢ ve yards act of tl oad
phan - : posal of the Association. for you? Lione) Carter walked | “uy “wert ape Plea ed on its front page an exchange of b d
THE WEST INDIES had to be content with a draw in ihere was a large and repre- ip te "acoused th the public road ‘a and oe a for ‘aa correspondence between Indian Bar a oe
their match against Derbyshire here today, there being no sentative amount of spectators] and the two of them catch hold to rite aan wate “Malin Odes at a and Soviet leaders. It made no
# play after lunch owing to rain and the game was aban- and they ee = vo nel pt fight. each trying to thrown down | jer father’s nore, 1 do not know |comment—Reuter. Ready made
: 5 Sec ied s atche erest and € > > 5 ’ 3 Y ’ .
* doned. Only 85 minutes play was possible today and in ‘sed matches w-th interest and }the other in the road quenmamteeetets



if it was put or no L¢
cut. When Carter fell
did not see the accuse



; > ‘ e appreciation
that period the West Indies added 50 runs for the loss of “he keeness with which each

two second innings wickets to their overnight score of 41 point was fought for on the three
for two, having held a first innings adyantage of 112 runs, ccurs was only equalled by the

Suddenly the accused made a
get away from the deceased and
ran through an alley. Deceased
pursued him but he did not



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It’s A Blessing

“One item of cricket news from
the past which I'm sure you'll
have heard is that of Harcid Lar-
wood, the England and Not

bowler—and the originator of th
body-line controversy in 1933

Larwooed and his family sailed for
Australia to make the.r home in

Sydney. We don’t want to lose
him—even though he’s been out of
first-class cricket for many years
now—but if body-line is in the
blood, we take comfort from the
fact that the young Larwoods are
all girls.”

—Sam Pollock, talking in the
“News

BBC programme,
From Home.”



Tides Favour
Channel
Swimmers

FOLKESTONE, England
A dozen hardenea skepucs set

up shop in Folkestone today and
separate the

prepared to try to
fect from the fiction in tne whacky
institution known as
Channel swimming.

The reorganized Channel Swim-
ming Association doesn’t
swum the 21 miles of frigid
treacherous water between
land and France are truth-telling
God-fearing people. The Associa-
tion just want proof—sood, hard
end incontestable facts.

Thig year, with a record num-
ber of swimmers mixed up in the
channel swimming dodge, the
agsociation has its job cut out
Scores of men and women from
ot least 15 countries are enterec
in the channel derby. A
Americans are included.

There is also Fernand de Moulin,

the Belgian businessman who last

year washed down some sausage

svith champagne and then swam
the channel
Bigger
Things came so easy for de
Moulin on that first attempt that

English
doubt
that persons who claim to have

Eng-

dozen

The pitch was aiready saturat-

ed when play began to-day and
the turf was so slippery that
Jackson fell twice during his
opening over. The Derbyshire

captain decided not to risk his fast
bowler and he gave Richardson a
turn instead

‘he new bowler was hit for six
by Walcott, and for boundaries by
both Walcott and Rae during a
jourth wicket stand of 26. Glad-
win, who took eight wickets for
67 during the match had asked to
be relegated to the second team
for tomorrow's match so that he
eowld have more practice. Now,
however a slight shoulder strain
this morning means he will not
play at all. Scoring, first thing

iy. was slow but Walcott and
Rae improved the rate at the ex-
pense of Richardson, and Walcott
and Christiani appeared well set
when lunch arrived, and as it
turned out, the end of a game
which had always been controlled
by the weather.

The Play

When Trestrail and Rae resumed
this morning a speedy scoring rate
was necessary if the tourists were
to declare in time to force a win,
but they could only add eight runs
in the first twenty minutes on a
soaked pitch. Jackson had diffi-
culty in running up and slipped
on the sawdust covered turf
Gladwin kept a good length when
bowling offbreaks below his nor-



mal pace and with only 50 on thé
board Trestrail edged a eatch
which Revill aecepted at dhort

third man.

Walcott and Rae increased the
rate of scoring, the former straight
driving Richardson for six while

both batsmen lifted that bowler
high over the heads of on and
midoff

Rain

After less than an hour's play
rain drove the players in and it
was feared that a resumption
would nat be possible before
lunch

Play did start up again however
though the light was poor, and
from the first delivery of Rhodes
opening over Rae touched the ball
to Dawkes who held a catch at the

sanse cf sportsmanship that seem-

eatch him, Deceased quickly re-
cd to pervade the meeting, which

turned and walked towards |

is the beginning of a new era of Ward's house, and just as he got |
Lawn Tennis tn Barbados. by the door he fell flat on his
‘Taking part were players from beck |
many clubs, affiliated to the As Here witness told how the de-
sociation, playing with that keen ceased had been lifted down to
cutlook which has come to local|Blackman’s place
tennis Continuing he said he could not
On No. 3 Court Dr. Charlie}remember seeing Maynard that
Manning (Strathclyde) and Eric}#/8ht. Only the accused and the
Taylor (Be leville) opposed Peter | t#ceasedt had _Struggled The
Patterson (Bellev.lle) and Geof- struggle lasted about ten minutes
frey Manning (Strathclyde) ‘ a fe knew the accused and the de-

eased before that night
To Mr. Dear: The siruggle took
place in the road. Deceased was
The first set was a very keenly the person who went at the ac-
contested one, each player win’ | cused, and attacked him. The ac-
fing his individual service which |cused got away and ran through
brought the score to five all jthe alley. They ran about 100 feet.

Men's Doubles
Keenly Contested

At this stage Dr. Manning wor | Evelyn Shepherd was _ outside
his service to love and make the} when the struggle took place.

his favour
and Manning

score 6—5 in
Patterson
brought off

Suddenly I missed him
then | hin: after the struggle
some enterprising fo the Court: During the strug-
. especially their returns and|gie Shepherd was standing up in
ervices and won this game to/front of Eugene Ward's door. He
make. the score six all was not there after they ran and

Each player then won his own | came back. I saw Lionel run after
service to level the score at seven |him.. 1 could see Lionel running

I missed

s!.ots

all. Dr. Manning then won his all the time for about 100 feet. I
service and Patterson dropped| lost sight of the accused, I did not
his to make the score 9—7 in| 5¢¢ the accused again that night.

Ne-examined: I never expected
lor: anyone to be killed that night
The characteristjcs of the first Evelyn Shepherd said that on
set. were*gaon: Tobetig aha Dr Manning and steady | °f the Park. He had up a certain
serving and volleying by Patter- | #mount of alcohol and he was go-
ai atti Geotireys Manning jing home. He stopped by Eugene
§ 5 ; | Ward's house because he was ac-
In the second set Patterson and ainted with : ie
acNia “Marinine | wen’ the first quainted wi the family. It was
# ’ a ca ay Bt a “ja family of four. He was friendly
game and indeed this was the! with the whole family
only game that they won in this! He left there about 6 to 6.30
set because Dr. Manning and/ pm. and went home. After he got
Taylor at this stage took every-|home he decided to go back in the
thing in their hands and went on|Park, He got back to the Park
to win 6—1 between 8.30 and 9. On his way
Up To 3—3 to the Park he heard the accused
The beginning of the third set| telling Lionel Carter, “leave me
found each player winning their alone. They were near Eugene
service up to three all. It was] Ward's house. They were in the
from here that Dr. Manning and] &@P
Taylor played some very good!, He asked the accused what had
shots and won the next three happened, and he said that Carter
‘ , 2 Ni gar! og Ww t leave him alone. He
ames to make the score 6—3 and) WOW no
sae iaricriataeeie ters tithe chad gs kept on his way to tne Park. When
a iS ° " ‘|aceused and deceased were talk-

favour of Dr. Manning and Tay -

7 a: ing others were present. He did

On No. 2 Court Dr. A.S Cato | not recognise any of them. The
and Lisle Harrison (Summer-| night was dark

hayes) met Bert Toppin and To Mr. Dear: I did not see any

Louis St.Hill (Belleville), At the|fght. I did not go into the Warad’s

|
|
| not in the habit of coming and
1

end of the game the scores were

house between 6 and 7 o'clock or

sigeping in my place.

Mr. Dear asked no questions.

Malina Ward said that on the
idght of April 9 she was in her
bed when her mother awoke her
She heard a _ running going
through the tenantry helow the
hovse. When she
window she saw the ac
ning going through the r
and her father was behind hin
Her father turned back

She put on her clothes anc
went cutside, She saw her
on the ground. Granty and Api
were around him. She hear
Granty telling him,



ised mg-
intecy



up. It is me Granty”. He ail
not move, :

To Mr, Dear: I know Louise}
Maynard. When I went outside
she was not there. When I came
back with the smelling salts I

found her ‘tnere then.

Sgt. Reid who was in charge of
District C on the date in question
told of sending the van for the
body of the deceased, of going to
accused's home and arresting him
and of taking away a pants and
shirt which accused said he had
been wearing on the night of the
occurrence.

Accused had _ said nothing at
home but when he had _ been
formally charged at the station
he made a statement denying
having committed the offence. On
the shirt sleeve was a stain which
accused said was polish, but Reid
said it looked to him like a blood
stain. The shirt was sent to the
Government Bacteriologist.

The Government Bacteriologist
told the Court he had found two
stains. As regards one stain the

resence of blood was suggested
ut not proved. As regards the
other, the result of the test was
negative. It could either have been
not human



ing that given by previous wit-
TO SUPPLY BAMBOO

nesses, and the Court adjourned
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

KINGSTON.
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Jamaica’s association with the

opened ho}



father |



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* miles in 19 hours in the River
Meuse as a warm-up
A. one-legged French - sailor,
Roger Robineau, has announced
that he will try to swim the chan-
nel in August. Robineau was re-
ported training daily in the River

six—three on three oecasions in



wicket. Christiani came out to
join Walcott and they put on 15 favour of the Belleville pair
in good time before lunch was The outstanding features of
taken with West Indies 208 runs this match were the “winners’
in front. served by St. Hill and the really
good volleying displayed by
Lisle Harrison.
Both Belleville
quite at home on
and on no occasion seemed wor-

when I passed back down. I never | Americas the new business body
went into the house. recently formed in Miami, comes

Eugene Ward said she knew the] in the
accused, Aiphonso' Brathwaite
She also knew the deceased Lionel
Carter. She had a child for Carter
Her name was Malina, She was
14 years old. Carter and she were
friendly for about 15 years

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FOR COCKTAILS
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form of an invitation for
the colony to supply
an American firm.

No wonder this man dreaded
going to work,
pains in his arms made it torture
to use them, Yet to-day he feels
fitter than ever and work is @
pleasure, as he tells in his letter :

bamboo to for rheumatic

There was no resumption after
lunch as heavy rain began to fall
and pools of water soon formed
on the pitch. The captains de-

players looked
their ground





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Marne near Paris. cided more than 3 hours before req Although the gets went to} of his death Hie. used to tvs in rheumatism very badly and had tr PEEK FREAN CHEESELETS

This channel swimming business «lose of play time, that further ee ‘was very | Sea View at his mc : such pains in my arms I scarcely y PEEK FREAN TWIGLETS
has been going on for 75 years play was impossible and so the three—love the match was very ]>* ea View at his mother, She has k y to use them. Then t BOTS, COCKTAIL ONIONS
the record books variously list 30 match was abandoned. keenly contested. wis Madar children—Aileen, and SOE tata toy eenechen. Matha, » COCKTAIL CHERRIES
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frequent the channel Coast are Derbyshire Ist Innings 1m =©(Metwi) met Milton Crichlow ,; * a teria hae April 9 this y Oey ovals and Ne are ae

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hard people $0 Nf lla a ro Ue Rae ¢ Dawkes b Rhodes i 29 (Y.M.C.A.) This parr wees | I was at my home about 10 pm miserable and sluggish, but now
only “seein’ is believin’. Stollmeyer 1.b.w., b Gladwin 13 evenly matched and some e€X-!7 wa. in bed « ; ‘ ree aa

: is 4 isbelie hat Marshall he a ‘ S tbanantine: Tne. Were | as in bed sleeping. So were it is a pleasure to work instead (SSS

It was that disbelief th arshall b Rhodes 3 tremely interesting games were] ine two gris, “Ratteaen seen) ay iho papier
prompted the first organization ot Trestrail ¢ Revill b Gladwin 11 witnessed. jand waking I he Heh Gaver cathe Be SRO as : : r

; ; sancti : ot ou ; a. So é ard Ce oats ; as
the Channel Swimming Associa~ Christiani not out ie During the latter stages Wil- fi . Bes tale waa te Taine. out The pains and nenass ae i
tion in 1927. Among the members Extras 8 linms appeared to be the more] tiat he had somethi c rheumatism are usually cause
rgess, and George i i ¢ {+ at he had something to tell me by deposits of excess uric acid in

were T. W. Burgess, and George tint: (hee 4. ceiaient tired and it was in the final set! | told him to see me in the ion ee Peay ae ant
H. Ward. a_ brother-in-law of et ees 1 that Crichlow showed superiority , - the muscles and joints. Kruschen

ing, and he replied that he was
going to’ work in the morning,
ond would not be able to see me.

stimulates the kidneys and other
intestinal organs to regular
healthy action so that all the

Captain Matthew Webb :
Up to 1937, when the association
aetivities lagged, the association

Crichlow won the first two sets
-seven and seven—five but
down some of the

ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT

r, ‘ rieve ine g 2
= all of wicvets; 1B. 2-32, 2.50, de pA,

Williams cut















7 : “The accused came to my frent excess uric acid is expelled
ree the ieee ene BOWLiNG ANALYSIS lead by winning the fonowind oe door and asked me for Frank.’ I through the natural channels. _—_— —- -
of fourteen claimants. y in- st 3 *richlow won ie | told hi Ses - When that go hes and pains
5 A eight—six. Crichlo iold him that Frank was not at Li ‘ ; P . ‘
cluded Gertrude Ederle, Burgess Pasedteuc 9. M. R W. fonrth get eix—one. home, 1 heard. Clttax- 5 Say go too, Freshness and vigour Iron and Steelwork cannot corrode beneath a coat of
and Webb who started the non- jackson 7 0 15 3 The results were as follows: “Alphonso, what you come here are restored BOWRANITE. Proof against heat or cold, the corrosive
5. Rhodes oars i. ku Ate Pea e AN ‘ a Lib. cee x air of big cities, salt spray and sea-water, BOWRANITE
sense in nN Clai Wisherieon ate me 2, Dr. C. Manning and Eric}and call for I then heard If you are troubled with rheu- is aed be Vaginooie’ wetauate liniae.: dole atstivonitine
ew Claim Tavl-r vs Peter Patterson and}accused say, “Lione} don’t touch 1 a trial and pubii nd industrial c tra ctors everywh :
The ras has d backlog amen Geoffrey Manning: 9—7, 6—1,}me, because you have too much it from and public a ndustrial contractors everywhere.
to work on. mong e neg 5 : to say about me.” I rd é } = y r 4 1
. . : 6—-3 " . ne I heard a ’ Y ‘on? .
claims it will consider is one by “Louis StHill and Bert Toppin| shaking at the front door. 1 did eae poigt : YOU SHOULD USE IT. TOO

Miss Sunny Lowry, of England, Yorkshire Defeat BILLIE

vs. Dr A. S. Cato and Lisle Har-; not come out of the bedroom. I









we ROBERT JAMS 8
who is listed in most unofficial ‘ ‘ neurd fio ie uel a , HUTTON « CARTER - BURKE : % Tough, flexible, yet non-cracking, BOWRANITE is
1 ab Seve’ 3, 6—3. 6—3 heard no more shaking and I went : . . “
ragord books as having swum the Roebuck Old Bo Ss vl hilton 5 crichiow vs, Albert} out into the hall. There I saw e | made in many attractive shades.
channel in 1933. , vy Williams: 9-7, 7—5, 6-8, 6—1.] Shepherd sitting on a stool with | Pe mem sve ot mes r,s nan meno % Hicseed tat sec
The coast between Dover and Jn their opening B.C.L. fixture his head in a chair Permanent Green, Red, Grey, Black and
Folkestone is dotted with would- Yorkshire defeated Roebuck Old ‘I shook him until he woke up ¥ Super Black (Heat Resisting)
be channel swimmers these days. Poys by an innings and five runs ind I told him to go outside and

Shirley May France, the Somer- in tins of Imperial Measure.
set, Mass., schoolgirl who failed
last year, is preparing for a sec-
ond try before the end of this
month, If she is successful, she ~
will be the first to make it so *
early in the summer

Roebuck Old Boys batted first and
scored fifty rung with Seale and
R. Lewis scoring twelve each,
D. Crawiord and H. Harewood took
wickets each for 22 and 24 re-
pectively

ROYAL

THE BIGGEST HOWL
IN TOWN THIS

Molasses j yrevent Lionel and Alphonso
from contending. I returned to

+ s ° ie ihe bedroom and left Shepherd in
For Trinidad the house, I went and woke up

| the children. When J came back
rut I did not see Shepherd in the

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The tides are most favourable 4 } i e : os 8 the bedroom and 1emained there

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‘y 28 and from August 3—5. 75 runs of which L. Austin scored vacuum pan molasses for Trin/-

But the water temperature 26, Crawford 15 and O, Barrow 12. dad,

ranges from 60 to 63 degrees in Seale collected 6 wickets for 20 The “Athel Ruby” arrived ube

July. It gets up to 64——65 in late runs Roebuck Old Boys in their daybreak and left for Trinidad

August and about 66 in Septem- second venture could only muster during the evening.

ber. Most swimmers have pref- 20
erred less favourable tides and less
frigid waters

runs due to some very fine This is the vessel's second call
bowling by Crawford and Hare- in a week and it has taken
wood who took 4 and five wickets about 252,000 gallons of vacuun

—INS. for 14 and three runs respectively. pan molasses in the two loads



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