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Wednesday
August 16,

1956

Hacbados







COMMUNISTS GROS

PRINCE CHARLES

HAS A

Philip Celebrates

‘WO ROYAL salutes boomed forth in London

today to herald the

SISTER

With Champagne
LONDON, Aug. 15.

birth of the first new Prin.

cess in 14 years. Twenty-four-year-old Princess

Elizabeth gave birth to

her second child — a six-

pound girl—at ten minutes before noon (London

time).

The new Princess becomes third in line for the
Throne after her mother and the infant Prince
Charles, born to Elizabeth in 1948.

The new Princess and her mother were both report-
ed to be doing well in a bulletin signed by the four

doctors in attendance.

First to hear the news was the baby’s father, the Duke 0°

Edinburgh who had b-en waiting all morning in a nearby’|
He personally telephoned the
baby’s grand parents, Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham)

room in, Clarence House.

Palace just across the street and King George the Sixth.
oh a hunting vacation in Scotland,



World Crisis
Ends Council’s
Meeting

STRASBOURG, Aug. 15,
Many of the 125 representat. ses

from 15 countries attending the
second annual session of the
Council of Europe Consultative

Assembly were tonight calling for
early adjournment

As the Assembly today debated
on the Schuman Coal-Steel Pool-!
ing Plan, representatives of sever- |
al eountries including Great Brit-
ain met behind closed doors to
discuss how the present session
could be brought to an early end.

The idea now being canvassed
is that the Assembly, whith under
the Council of Europe Statute ‘s
entitled to meet for a; full calen-
dar month, should adjourn on
August the 26th, barely three

Then the Duke—who had hoped
tor a girl—brought out a bottle of
champagne and drank a toast with
members of his staff. Queen Eliza-
beth hurried across the street from
the Palace, Her gay smile when
she left for Clarence House was
the first indication to crowds wait-

ing outside that the announcement

was about to be made.

Within a few minutes the official
notice was posted on the gate of
Clarence House—and six police-
men took up stations around it to
protect it from souvenir hunters.
In Hyde Park a 41 gun salute went
off at the historic Tower of Lon-
don and a 62 gun salute rang out
over the Thames

Ships Salute

British wurships ail around the
world echoed the salute to the first
Princess born simee Princess Alex-—
andria was born to the Duchess of
Kent in 1936.

The new baby automatically
becomes Princess under a decree
signed by King George before
the birth of Prince Charles
Otherwise the children of Prin-

weeks after starting.

Advocates of adjournment pro-
posed that the Assembly -.should
resume later in the year, probably
in December.
te adjournment would on the
face of it.cut across the Council’s
Charter which lays down
there should be one s@ssion a year
lest one calendar month.

ig known, however, thay Paul
Henri Spaak, Belgian President of
the Assembly, has for some time
favoured the idea that the Assem--
bly should in any case meet twice
yearly.

Spaak is due to return to.Stras—
hbourg on Friday when the final
decision is expected to be made on
the Assembly’s duration. for consultation.

The Assembly’s Bureau — Con-| princess Elizabeth’s —_ mother,
sisting of President Spaak and its] Queen Elizabeth waited at Clar-
four Vier Presidents — discussed | ence House with the Duke of Edin-

cess Elizabeth would have no
titles. She will remain third in
succession unless Princess Eliza-
beth has another son in which
case he would take precedence.

Princess Elizabeth’s husband,
the Duke of Edinburgh returned
from Malta Naval Station on
July 26 to be with his wife at
her confinement

Her Doctors

Sir William Gilliatt, 66-year-old
Gynaecologist who brought Prince
Charles into the world 21 months
ago attended the birth with the
Royal Family's Physician Sir John
Weir and other doctors brought in



mediately by telephone at Bal-
. 2 . moral, Scotland where he is on a

Three More Picke
For M f ' Both he and the Princess had
~C.C. Tour hoped the new baby would be a
nounced the names of three play-} Chuter Ede, who followed custom
ers selected to tour Australia and | by pinning a notice to the door of
Cambridge and Sussex right hand | has traditional right to be in-
batsman; A. J. McIntyre, the Sur- ; formed, te
e
Both Sheppard and Mclintyre}cess Elizabeth through her con-
‘are in the fourth Test match now | finement. wa
eir

is the Royal



the question today without arriv- | burgh.
ing at a final decision—Reuter King George Sixth was told im-
shooting holiday. The Duke of
Edinburgh made a call.
LONDON, Aug, 15. girl. The new birth was promptly
The M.C.C. have tonight an-jsubmitted to Home _ Secretary
New Zealand this winter. the Home Office and telephoning
They were D. S. Sheppard, the|the Lord Mayor of London who
rey wicketkeeper; and R. Berry, Sir William Gilliatt was t
Lancashire slow left arm bowler. |Gynaecologist who attended Prin-
being played against the West] Sir John
Indies here. The remaining two

Family’s Physician. Other doctors

places for the team will be issued {were called in as consultants,

on August 27.—-Reuter.

ROYAL





:

SISTER HELEN ROWE, who
Prince Charles was born, now has

@ on pace 3

NURSE
£4



attended Princes
4 baby Princess to wa





|



| THE HAGUE, Aug. 15.

| Communist-led strikes today hit
| Ansterdam and Rotterdam, Hol-
jland’s two main seaports. At
Rotterdam 2,500 of 4,000 dockers
| walked out in a strike by Com-
munist-led Trade Unions de-
manding a t@n per cent wage
increase and the retention of the
| shift system As many of the
}remaining 1,500 workers were or
holiday the pom was almost
completely idle.

None of the Communist Unions
either condemned the stoppage or
appealed to dockers to resume
work. Most of the 1,800 dockers on
strike at Amsterdam belonged to
the reserve force only needed at
rush periods and Amsterdam was
not greatly affected. Misunder-
standing about calling of the strike



BRIDGETOWN HONOURS

FLAGS went up in Bridgetown yesterday as soon as it was

ness, Princess Blizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, had been safely delivered of a daughter at 11.50 a.m.
{ Ships in the harbour flew flags of all nationali ties.



A



officially

2,500 Strike | W.I.—England Locked
In Rotterdam’

In Tense

PRINCESS

announced that Her Royal High





Struggle

Slow Scoring In 4th Test

WEST INDIES
ENGLAND (for 4 wkts)
(By E. L.

THE “ASHES” will now |

503
282

COZIER)
LONDON, Aug. 15.
carried to the West Indies

Despite all the uncertainties of cricket, that is the one

comforting certainty now erystal clear.

Far from accepting

the challenge to obtain redemption today by the only course
possible. England played safe and at the end of the day |

found herself still 221 runs behind the West Indies first}

innings total.



we pe,

‘
brought some Amsterdam workers
off but they returned to work TOO MUCH
later.

A Communist led Union was FRUIT |
accused of distributing pamphlets. Trees ar

are ornamental and

Amsterdam striker. voted at a useful for other purposes as 1
meeting called today vy the Union well but a breadfruit tree
to make their de~ands the same as that overhangs the road on

those of wie Amsterdam workers

Amsterdam building workers
were also out today holding up
work on all big buildings but a
three day old taxi strike collapsed

lower Bay Street nearly
brought a passerby to. grief
yesterday.

A well grown fruit
dropped off the tree, struck

Eas ; ; |

i a car to struc’ ’
when companies threatened to Saami 3 ae ba
dismiss drivers who id = | the shoulder, If it had
resume work, Taxi services WeP®}) ctruck the yedestrian with
reported normal today Road

workers demanding five per cent
inerease also struck in Amster-

dam today.
—Reuter.



Two Nationalist

Movements Smashed

LONDON, Aug. 15.

Two Nationalist-directed under-
ground movements have been
smashed in Communist China’s
third largest city, said the Moscow
radio today. Police arrested 25
members of an organisation call-
ing itself “Column of anti-Com-
munist National Salvation Army”,
Moscow said, adding that its chief
vas now in Hongkong. ‘

Another organisation calling it-
self the “National Volunteer Sal-
vation Corps” ‘or the North
China Corps) had been ordered by
Chiang Kai Shek’s agent to get
control over student bodies and
create disorders, the radio said.
Its members had been “rounded
up”.—Reuter.



Infantile Paralysis
‘Epidemic In Britain

LONDON, Aug. 15.

More than 170 Britons now hawe
Infantile Paralysis, it was reported
today.

Forty four are in the Isle of
Wight, holiday island off the S.W
Coast, where volunteers had to
nurse patients among them girls
of 16. The worst affected area is
Newport, the main town.

Four people died yesterday, one
a nurse at Richmond Hospital, Sur-
rey —Reuter.



ithe fifth Biennial Conference of
the Caribbean Union of Teachers



j}and hoped he would soon be fully
| recovered







its tull force ne mignt havi
been seriously injured,

Earthquakes
Reported By
| U.S. Centres

CALIFORNIA, Aug. 15.
Terrific earthquake shocks werc
reported from four centres in the
United States today.
Washington University at Seat-
tle reported at 1605 GMT that its
| Seismograph was recording “trem-

ors, earthquake largest yet re-
corded,

| The California Institute of Tech-
/nology at Pasadena, California
reported a “great earthquake” at
1424 GMT,

| The location of the earthquake
could not be determined immedi-
ately, but Dr. V. Richter said it
Was a “very large one”.

He added that the shock was
|felt “some place on the other side
jor the world”.
| The Institutes séistmograph also
recorded shocks at 2302 GMT lasi
| tight about 5,368 miles away anc
397 miles below the earth’s sur
face.

Pasadena scientists at the Uni-
versity of Washington estimated
the earthquake was over 1,952
miles away.

In Hartford, Trinity College re
corded “quakes deseribed as terri -
fic’. in an unknown direction

“A very large and distant” shock
was reported by the University
of California.





—(Reuter)



recent years that we have made
great strides forward in the

got underway in Broad Street Carjbbean'in education,” said His
Government School in the City, Exgellency. “This véat marks the
affirmed continued loyalty to the epewning achievement in tho
King, and expressed sympathy establishment in Jamaica of our
j with the Union President, C. F. own University College.

|} Broome (Barbados) in his illness,

Improved Standard

“This will, I have no doubt, be



| of the greatest benefit to the
The Conference which was teaching profession, and wil! ia
\formally declared open by His the course of time costribute per-
Excellency the Governor Sit haps more than anything else ‘o
Charles Woolley, K.C.MG. was the raising of its standard
attended by about 600 members “This Union is primarily con-
the teaching profession, including cerned with elementary educatic
re than 100 from Trinidad; the advancement of which still
| Barbado Grenad St Vincent, remuins one of our greatest ne¢
St. Luci Domi in eve colony repres@nted he:
The Director f tio today It certainly is in Brit
Frank Ogie, other off if the Guiana where during the past
Department f Ea i few years we have been abie
ap N f ery gratifying progres
Queer ( ege ere al pre It wil terest you, I arr
ent earn that during the past f



|

The actual result will naturally |
remain a highly problematical
matter until tomorrow's end of
|play. But the West Indies cannot
ose, With rain now apparently
|taking an interest in the Oval’s
\turf, insurance rates against Eng-
i deteat would probably be
too high to make the purchase of
such a policy a profitable proposi-
tion. No one however will want
the weather to take a hand in the
game, and with our prayers for
victory we should mingle an earn-
est one for equal conditions

Critical

The English Press
critical of the Wesc Indies’ “we
hold what we have” tactics, but
coupled with their criticisms was

a call to the English batsmen to
go all out for the runs, Quick and

was Strongly

plentiful scoring was the only
means of retrieving a desperate
situation

This the sports writers pointed
out emphatically and at length. I
look forward to reading the morn-

ing papers now that their loud
unanimous pleas have fallen on
deaf ears.

Victory for the West Indies in
this match may well mean a
visit to Australia, According to
latest information over here, the
New South Wales Cricket Asso
ciation have been so impressed
by the performances of the Wesi
Indies cricketers in England
this season that they have made
the suggestion to (he Australian
Board of Control that the West
Indies be invited to tour Aus-
tralia in the 1951—52 season.
Obviously victory in this match
will lend great weight to this
move, although for my part I hope
that the West Indies Cricket Board
of Contre! will counter by suggest-
ing that the Aussies come to the
Caribbean, At least £20,000 go to
the W.I.C.B.C, as result of this
tour, and, if necessary by means of
an all round 50 per cent inerease
in gate charges for the oecasiou,
there is no financial reason what-
ever why we should play at dis-
advantage in this second encounter
with Australia. I must premature-
ly confess that I do not expect the
West Indian Cricket Board of Con-
trol see things my way. They un-
fortunately have not been blessed
with the brains vouchsafed to or-
dinary mortals. but move in their
own mysterious ways, their blund-
ers to perform.
Uninspiring
England’s batting today was un-
@ On Page 8

| Elementary Education Needs Great Help — |

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Aug. 14. in
The first resolutions unani- B. G. Governor
mously passed this morning wheP There can be no question in years, nearly 13,000 new places

have been provided for our child-
ren in the form of entirely new
schools, replacements of” con-
demned buildings, reconditioning
and extensions of existing schools
All this has been done at a cost
of some $826,600 or $26 a place

“Substantial as this progress is

here in British Guiana we still
require fifteen thousand more
places if all our children are to
uttend school as regularly as they
should

Our aim is to provide these

additional places within the

three or four years ind then
we hope the law passed in 1876
over 70 years ago making ele-
mentary education compulsory in
this colony can be enforcec Ir
our knowledge thefe re lace
childrer
Teachers Wanted
Of course, the probler
@ e! t 4 "cur

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NAKTONG
THREATEN

By JULIAN BATES
With MacArthur's Headquarters for Korea,
Aug. 15.
HE whole west wall ana northwest corner of the
United Nations defence box began to crumble

today under the weight of incessant Communist
probing of the Naktong River.
Spurred on by their leaders’ demands for a “libera-

Germans And
G.L.’s Will Be |

Better Friends

FRANKFURT, Aug. 15
United States Military and civil



entire 0 Geemeny Satey on tion month”’ victory, the Communists were tonight

nouncec a jon POLICY a aX a) .

closer triendly relations betweer across the Naktong “ling of no retreat” in great

germans and Americans to es- strength in three places.

sablish sound democracy in Ger "

many.’ ; A fourth important crossing was reported but not
John J. McCloy, the Uniteo

officially confirmed.

Taegu, Provisional Capital, was already within earshot of
the battle. St was directly menaced by two expanding
bridgeheads north of Waegwan. Communist tank spear-
heads moving out of Waegwan bridgeheads were probably
within 12 miles of Taegu tonight though aggressive South
Korean counterattacks have halted them. Behind these
two bridgeheads is an ominous massing of up to séven
Northern Divisions Two regiments of Commenists
are following tanks from Waegwan
bridgeheads which are being fed
over underwater stone and -con-
| erete bridges

| Third Bridgehead

Three battalions of Communist

States High Commissioner, said it
a special statement tonight that he
‘heartily” endorsed the statemen
issued earlier today by Genera
Chomas T. Handy, Commander-in
Chiet of the U.S. Forces in Ger
many, which urged “increasec
omingling’ of Americans ant
West Germans wherever possible

General Handy's statement saic
the European Commander H.Q, it
Heidelerg in close co-operation
with McCloy's Headquarters here
“is initiating an educational cam
paign aimed primarily at member:
of the United States Occupatior
Forces and their dependents”
develop such comingling

New Belgian
Cabinet

The campaign will stress th: \

ete . ore ht reported to Rave
1 strong reason. exists fo I e | ws? tonig /
yooc will between Americans an¢ orme stormed across the Naktong to

|form a third new bridgehead 15
miles south of Waegwan an@ the
same distance north of the “Nak
tong bulge”. Tanks rumbled after
infantry on to the East Bank in

Wes.ern Germans because Ameri
eans are in Germany to demon
strate practical and fair-minde:
democracy in action, while West
ern Germans are trying honestl

BRUSSELS, Aug. 15

A new all-Catholie Cabinet was |
formed tonight

The new Premier is 66-year-old



to establish such a democracy,” Senator Joseph Pholein, forme: | the “Naktong bulge’ 20 miles
—(Reuter’ | Minister of Justice. The Cabine:; north of Masan
neludes 15 ministers in addition The Twenty-fourth United

» the Premier States Division was still battling

40 Yi I’ Old Apart from Pholein as Premier| desperately against the Cotfimu-
- Zs Ca = he new Cabinet ineludes Paul, nist threat which ts” growin;
van Zeeland, Senator and Foreign | stronger. In the south where they

vlinister——~a post he has held fo

he past year,

have been fighting to quell about
3,000 Northerners let loose in their

Sees Vision

e e Coppe, member of the Chamber | rear, .no change was reported
O Vir wn Deputies is Minister for Econo. | oMieially
e ale Affairs

Gerges Van Den Daele, Ministe: |

G.1.’s Trapped

coming out of
Bishop John P. Treacy, of Theli
Crosse Diocese of the Romar

@ On Page 5

Catholic Rift
Hinders New
Belgian Govt.

BRUSSELS, Aug 15
The widening rift in the Catho
ie ranks was today harmperin;
veteran statesman Paul Van Zee

end’s efforts to form a new Bel
fian government
The all-Catholic Cabinet whicl

saw its efforts to restore King Leo

eam intended to bring
iational appeasement and a rally
ng of the nation around Prince
Jaudouin within the
Leopold's message

abou

Ministers continuing to hol
posts in outgoins formation are
Paul Van Zeeland Foreigt
\linister Hegel, Minister of Labour
Pierre Harmel, Education, Alfrec
De Taye, Health.—Reuter.

pirit of King



NECADAH, Wisconsin, Aug. 15 of Labour, Charles Heger, Deputy

A 40-year-old mother of seve Viinister of Agriculture Paul buriy in the day as: the first
; children, Mrs, Mary Anna Vai] 3egers Deputy Communications} Communist thrusts developed a
Hoof, announced today that a | Minister, Colonel BE. A, De Greef,}| company of GI's were trapped on
noon (1800 GMT this evening 10n-Parliamentarian, De fen a ridge I» miles northeast of
she saw a vision of the Virgn | Minister Waeewan. Late tonight they were
Mary, for the seventh time, Neat Pierre Harmel, Deputy Ministe: | StlL pinned down, American artil-
ly 106,000 people had gathered} of Education; Ludovie Moverson |lery ordered to relieve some of
carlier in this little community Deputy Minister of Jutice; Alfre. }the Communist pressure on the

Th. Chief of the State Trafii | De ‘Taye, Deputy Minister o |tvapped company was. tonight
Police Detachment said earlier to | }fealth; Jean Van Houte, Senate: | pounding at the peak overlooking
day the crowd was packed int md Minister of Finance; A. J) } the tidge from which Communists
five acres, standing in a blazini | Boodt, Senator and Minister 6 | Were firing on infantry. Tank
sun amid billowing clouds of san} Reconstruction: M Brasseur | counter-attacks aimed at getting
ta withess the scene. Deputy Minister of the Interior [through to Americans — tailed

Centre of interest was a grove ol] & Meurice, Senator, Minister for | Elsewhere on the Taegu froyt
trees where Mrs. Van Hoof ha’ | je Council of Europe and Foreign | artillery was hitting the North
said she should have her seventi J pyade Minister: Osear Behogne | Korean. tonight. Harassing «fire
vision of the Virgin Mary, AV eputy Minister of Works: Andrey swept the west bank of Naktone
shrine of rough planks has beer Dequae, Deputy Minister for the in an are covering positions where
yet up by the grove in front o Colonies Communist reinforcements were
the black and white tarpauli: When the new Government was } reported building up, «Reuter,
home of the Van Hoofs. On it innounced, Van Zeeland eterm
shrine stood a white statue © | Catholic politician ‘sian aed , . -
Our Lady of Fatima. It was Vrutly helped to form the new ad-| Submarines Off- Norway
the grove that Mrs. Van Hoo icp > wn OSLO, A 15
claimed she first sa@ the Virgin ministration, told the Press Ihe = I mLO, Aug .

me blite inlet Government has been formed as : [wo fishermen have reported

seeing unidentified submarines in
North Norwegian waters,

This time it was in a narrow
channel between two islands in the
Lofoten Group on August 8, The
fishermen said she was submerged
but with her periscope showing
The weather was clear, This is the
third unidentified submarine re-
ported in North Norwegian waters
this week, and naval authorities
Reuter

tre investigating

a





yold to the throne crumble in dis
der, resigned last Friday, threc
vours after Parliament handed the
toyal powers to Leopold's 19
year-old son Prince Baudouin.

As Belgians flocked in thousand
to the coast in the blazing sun
shine of Assumption Day Holiday
today he faced growing dissensio!
in his own party. The pro-Leopol:
Flemish Wing was dissatisfier
with Catholic leaders for allowin;
Xing Leopold to be set aside,

—Reuter.

New York Mayor Will Be
Ambassador To Mexico

WASHINGTON, Aug. 15,

A White House announeemen

today stated that Presiden

Truman would nominate Irisi

born Mayor of New York Cit:

| William O’dweyer, Ambassador |
| Mexico



—Reuter.



|
|

schools and free books, whieh we
do now, but also of finding teach: |
ers to staff all the new school: |
to which [| referred. “We shal | . y
require in British Guiana som LEAMING Gli AMOUR
six to seven hundred more L a, Pes }

teachers”





Sir Charles had said earlier he |
was glad to join in the warm!
welcome to teachers and delegate |
from overseas to British Guiana
They were very glad this coun

at every turn in your home

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Mrs. Eden was in Barbados earlier ahi. Say bert Grannum, son of Mr. and| Seerching tests for accident- collision are negligible. (7.10 a.m. News Analysis; 7.15 a.m
; . ; “ y. : proneness were made on 164 men But he has bad news for those | phe ar een; 7.30 am. Montmartre q
this year, staying at “Heron f ag Mrs, William H. Grannum of h nie hat t iis | one Abican Qu Reva gage cont
Beach” St. James, the home off , “Ashton,” Garden Gap, Worthing. and 53 wornen chosen at random hoping to ac nieve Ww at he calls| Piayers; 7.45 a.m. Generally peas
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tree ‘ : , Herbert however will be going to|ffom the scientists, clerks, tech- “the great ideal of “eosmonautics’ "| ing: 6.00) 2. programme, Parade:
r. anc s. Rona ree , Scotland nicians, typists, and labourers who —to send an atomic-fuelled rocket) [rigis! 1B ng West Indies; 8,30
During her stay here she spen Scotland, ; . » ster arid Mack 8.15 a.m. England vs. Wes : TO-DAY ONLY 5 & 8.30—BIG DOUBLE
2 . - ‘48 ‘4 » 2 “ alr es! ol
; : hi : : These two boys are promising |Work at the laboratory in Har- found a star a AC - BBC West of England Light
ae ee et het ime ‘poinsng >." Water Polo players, both bel mondsworth, Midd!esex There is so much “cosmic dust” | Orchestra: 9.00 a.m. Close Down; 12.00
No doubt several of her exhibits BEE OSee pects gaat, Saree Deena The tests 7 ‘ade At}, im interstellar space that the| (oon) The News; 12.10 p.m. News Ty 9
in this forthcoming exhibition a ing to the “Bonito” Water Polo oe were made with ; 12.15 p.m, Dance Music; 12.45 L K

Club Their presence will be
greatly missed when their team
enters the second round next

‘ ‘ . > , , y Analys
special machines devised by th: focket would get badly holed} Ooi Pni ind vs. West Indies; 1.00 p.m.

Medical Research Council. One 20ut three times every second) wig Week Talk; 1.15 p.m, Radio News: , ROBERT MITCHUM & LARAINE DAY
measured co-ordination between .[° reckohs. ree!; 1.30 p.m, British Sport; 2.00 p.m. |

will be scenes of Barbados

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The News; 2.10 p Home News from!
week., hand and eye. Another tested co- Oyster Set-back Sritaint 318 pas, forty Haview: 2.80 ; And
RIDGETOWN was perhaps a Carib joins with Water Polofordination between hand and Britain's. native oysters, al-}°:™ Henry Wood Promenade Concerts; ‘
bit startled yesterday morning! fans in wishing them success for}ear. A third recorded ability to *: nati s, % 4.00 pm. The News; 4.10 p.m. The | “TRA STREET 9
a the ae) } the future. . idiv i a ready taking heavy punish-, Daily Service; 4.15 p.m. Musical Mid- | IL
when most of the stores hoistea 2 react rapidly in an emergency ment from hordes of invading} \@nes 0 p.m. England vs. West
fiags, one store was also flying a Shells for Souvenirs The- men beat the women barnacles are suffering another Baie iy 8.06 pmo. Sokanene 5 Ro, RANDOLPH SCOTT & GABBY HAYNES
streamer of Union Jacks 'T. COL. and Mrs. John Th easily in every trial. set-back. Dutch shell disease | Orchestral Music; 6.00 p.m. The African;
Some people, for a few quick 7c 2 : rs. JO * See Dr, J. R. Manning who super- ‘ya, appeared on the oyster-beds | Queen; 6.15 p.m. The Piano for Pleasure; TOMORROW ONLY 5 & 8.30 P.M.
seconds, wondered whether it was son who have been here for



vised the investigation also of, the Menai Strait, It was in-|% 32 P-m. Love from Leighton Buzzard;

wanted to find out how mechani- troduced by young French oysters

cal aptitude varies with age. As »n Fourth Test; 8.00 Radio News-
he expected ‘the results ‘showed ‘tick the native | on Pers pity iia Weak halen 50 DANA ANDREWS, MERLE OBERON

two weeks staying at the Crane f
that a man’s driving skill deteri- ¥ LES. | he Mate CN Orn

Hotel, left yesterday by B.W.1A.
for Puerto Rico, intransit for ‘he
US., where Lt. Col. Thompson is
an officer in the U.S. Army,
stationed in Kansas. During the
war he saw action in the South
West Pacific.

Chief souvenir which the
Thompsons took with them were

some startling news about
cricket. But this was of course ,,
impossible..with the Test only
three days old. 4
The reason, however, soon flash-
ed through town. Prince Philip and
Princess Blizabeth were the proud
parents of a sécond child—a girl.
Ships in the harbour were also
bedecked with flags; one Harrison

7.09 p.m. The News; 7.10 p.m News | oe neo
Analysis; 7.15—7.45 p.m. Cricket Report NIGHT SONG
t h a aie H 1d 8.55 p.m, From the Editorials; 9.00 pm. ie
crates as he ge older. e cou Musie from Grand Hotel; 9.30 p.m ee
tach: To worth wile -tonpiakion j Land and’ Livestock; 10.40 p.m." ihe THUNDER MOUNTAIN
about the women. L slie 18 Sums U News; 10.10 p.m. Interlude; 10.15 p.m
Only 11 of them would admit é, 9

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1956 '*

Prince Charles
Has A Sister

@ from page 1

State-registered
brown-eyed Sister Helen Rowe
was Midwife. Now in her late
fifties, Sister Rowe attended the
Duchess of Kent and was also mid-
wife for the birth of Prince
Charles.

The new Royal baby will use
the cot and pram prepared for her
elder brother as well as new
clothes made and knitted for her
by her great grandmother Queen
Mary and other members of the
Royal Family.

Christening

The christening, it is expected,
will take place in four or five
weeks time with the Archbishop
of Canterbury, head of the Church
of England officiating.

The Royal Family’s heirloom set
of ivory, satin and laee worn by
Royal babies since the birth of
King Edward VII wil be used at
the ceremony,

The new Princess’ health was
toasted in champagne by the Duke
of Edinburg! and his staff at Clar-
ence House, Outside excited
crowds swarmed to the gates as
the official notice was posted up.
Artillery salutes in Hyde Park and
the historic Tower of London told
Londoners the news.

Several members of the Royal
Family were out of town. ;

Queen Mary was at Sandring-
ham, the Royal Estate in Norfolk,
while Princess Margaret, Princess
Elizabeth’s younger sister was on
holiday in Scotland.

Quiet Roem

The baby was born in a quiet
barely furnished room on the sec-
ond floor of Clarence House.
Modern plumbing and electrical
iustallavions put in when
Clarence House was prepared for
the Princess and the Duke aided
doctors. When Prince Charles was
born in Buckingham Palace, lack
of hot water made difficulties.

Hospital medical equipment was
installed at Clarence House during
the two weeks before the birth. Sir
William Gilliatt who has now
brought five Royal children into
the world was aided by X-ray
pictures taken with portable ap-
paratus.

Engagements

Princess Elizabeth while in Malta
visiting her husband in Bucking-
ham Palace on April 17 announced
she would undertake no more pub-
lic engagements. She married the
Greek born Duke of Edinburgh
when he was a Lieutenant in the
British Navy in November 1947.
He is now a Lieutenant Command-
er. Earlier that year her husband

ect by

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had to become a British

naturalisation taking the name of
Mountbatten, He was born on
June 16, 1921, only son of the late
Prince Andrew of Greece and
Princess Alice, eldest daughter of
the First Marquess of Milford
Haven, sister of Earl Mountbatten
of Burma. Before the wedding,
the King conferred on him the title
Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merio-
neth, and Baron of Greenwich, and
authorised the use “His Hoyal
Highness”, H.R.H. as prefix. ’

Choice of name for the new
Princess has given risé to much
specujation, Parents are free to
i gay el eee
parture from nt
“ae probably be by the British
public.

The baby’s father has only one
name, Phillip. while Princess Eliz-
abeth has three—#lizabeth, Alex-
andra Mary.

As both of the baby’s parents
are deseended from m Vic-
toria, it is thought that this may
be the choice of the name for the
Princess. |

—(Reuter.)



Quake In India

CALCUTTA, India, Aug. 15.
According to unconfirmed re-
ports, heavy damage was caused
in Siliguri, West Bengal, by severe
earthquakes which rocked Eastern
India today at about 14.15 G.M.T
Gauhati in Assam was plunged
into darkness as people rushed
into the open in the town of Patna.
one was re-
corded in Calcutta at the same |
time.—Reuter. 4





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Oil Boils | TRINIDAD GIRLS WIN
LAST GAME 15—9

a LONDON
Oil is responsible for disturbing
the normally tranquil waters of
the Hamble River, which juts off
the Solent, near Southampton,

The more oil is- mentioned, the} College

more turbulent the waters become.

An American Company wants
to build a $56,000,000 ‘refinery
near the mouth of the Hamble
only two miles from the $103,600,
000 refinery now being erected on
the other side of Southampton
Water for the Anglo-American
Oil Co.

The new
Caltex Ltd.

proposal comes from
who have been in

THE visiting Bishop Anstey’s
High School team met Queen’s
Old Girls in a Netball
game at the Queen’s College
grounds yesterday evening. They
defeated the local girls by 15 goals
to nine.

This was their final engagement
of the tour and at the conelusion
souvenirs of Barbados were pre-
sented to the Mistresses and
girls by Hon. R. Challenor.

The game was fairly fast and at
half time the visitors had netted

negotiation with the Ministry of|nine while the local girls did not

Town and Country Planning for|yet open their account.

many months.

Protests are pouring in to offi-
cial departments Opposition is
being encountered from M.P.s,
the county council, tax-payers’
associations, yacht and boat build-
ers and fruit growers.

It all boils down to a fight be-
tween economic development and

At this
stage Joan Awai, their shooter,
had netted six of her nine tries
while Jean Spicer had five tries
and scored three.

For the local girls Pat King and
Elsie Maxwell had took two and
three tries respectively but were
not successful in scoring.

A_ few seconds after the second

growing strawberries and building| Session began Pat King opened the

yachts.

account for the Old Girls but im-

It has been the Government’s}| mediately after Spicer scored an-
intention lo keep the proposed site| Other goal for the visitors.

as an agricultural area,

The game however ended with

But it so happens it borders a| Bishop’s High School six goals in

waterway where daily

double| the lead. Joan Awai took 13 tries

fides and deep channels permit} and scored nine while Jean Spicer
large vessels to move in and out|scored six out of nine tries.

and to lie close inshore in shelter-
€d anchorages.

-——_—

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.30 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.22 p.m.
High Water: 4.33 a.m. 5.16

p.m.
me, _ Quarter) Au-

gus! e
Total Rainfall (to date): .F7
inches.



YESTERDAY
Temperature (Max.) 87.0 °F
Temperature (Min.) 72.5 °F
Wind Velocity: 9 miles per

hour

Wind Direction: 9 a.m. E.
3 p.m, E.S.E

Barometer: 9 a.m. 29.922

3 p.m, 29.865.

ree

Civie leaders, business men and
the Harbour Board at Southamp-
ton are anxious for the refinery
project to go ahead, They see a
permanent solution to their un-
employment problem, and addi-
tional prosperity to the deep
water port of Southampton.

But the fight isn’t over yet.

—(LN.S.)

A beauty treatment
only for the
Priviteged few?





Top Scorer

Pat King topscored for the local
girls. She had 15 tries and netted
seven while Elsie Maxwell only
managed to score two out of seven
tries.

Before presenting the souvenirs,
Hon. R. Challenor told the ‘Is
that that was the first Net!
match he had ever watched but
he had thoroughly enjoyed it.

He told the visitors that they had
certainly taught the local girls
Netball and he hoped that they had
enjoyed their stay. He said that in
that game they did not give the
Old Girls a chance.

He pointed out that it was al-
ways good to have visitors because
they brought the islands closer to-
gether. He hoped to see therm soon
again either in Barbados or on
their own grounds in Trinidad.

In an interview with the Advo-
cate, Miss Esla Morris, one of the
Mistresses, of the Bishop Anstey’s
High School and also Secretary of
the Trinidad Netball Association,
said that the best local team that
played against the visitors was
Queen’s College and that was
clearly shown by the results.

She found the local players very
keen and they did not slack on any
occasion,

“The girls enjoyed most of all
the Boys match. -In this they had
the most opposition. At no time

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you could tell who would win but
the last minutes were the decisive
ones,’ she said.

She pointed out that her team
played up to expectations and at
sometimes, abewe. 7

The visitors will leave to-mor-
row afternoon for Trinidad by
British West Indian Airways.

What’s on Today

Exhibition of Pottery
Barbados Museum.

Cricket match between
Youthful Printers XI of
Trinidad and Barbados
Advocate at Queen’s Park
at 1 p.m.

Police Courts 10 a.m.

Court of Appeal and Petty
Debt Court 10 a.m.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY> AUGUST 16, 1950

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BERLIN.

THE GERMAN Taxi-driver teetered along
the Iron Curtain strasse separating East and
West Berlin this afternoon, and repeated my
question to him as he pulled up in the shadow
of the Brandenburg Gate.

He said: “Does Germany want an army
again? Over there”—and he pointed through
the great gate—“they already have an army,
a German Communist one. Of course, we
want one in the West, too, not for its own
sake, you know, but to defend ourselves—}| |
against that.”

He pointed again through the gate into the
Communist Unter den Linden, with its Red
slogans and posters. “We will be at their
mercy if we don’t arm ourselves too.”

He was an ex-Luftwaffe pilot, and said:
“T want to get back into a plane.”

Kurt, the barman, who served in a crack
panzer unit, told me much the same. “Six
months ago,” he said, “I was against a new
army. Now it is different. We want to be
able to defend ourselves.”

KOREA
ONE would have thought that the peo-
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ly conscious of the great assistance they
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peril of the East. The prompt action of the : Be geome hcgn i? in A as between the audience and the plished by taking out hundreds The F
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spectacular only because the wor Two Skins és i clan ; ; ; ‘ :
THE Greeks used an ornamen- that the empty hall will have the} time radio, are at their old job, commenting

grown so accustomed to the policy of Rus-
sian appeasement.

Korea means that the world has grown
tired of Russia’s response to the offer of co-
operation and believes that further conces-
sions to Russia are equivalent to putting
their collective heads on the hangman’s
block.

In the words of Time Magazine August

; the hall, which are surrounded ete.) will have a concrete plat- design is a mathematician’s an- Let us be fair to the Germans. They are a
14th, “The Russians have forced the free ‘7 sore Aa eg sib form of their own to reduce ower to the demands of sound| dangerous people with or without arms. But e
; : ut- ven the air in the auditorium resonance, reflection. i : : ;
world, in any choice between guns and b EEE atred! of ncins bakee tas to's "tuned" concert ball, When” Signor "Toscanini tone their desire for an army to-day to play its Before freezing you can

ter to choose guns. If Western Europe

: * and extracted at floor level. This Tuned? Yes, just like a violin 3,500 people listen to the first;the wish for a war of revenge against the easily add your
ei that — it va ae have wi be pene by A eve cee or piano. For Sclentiots and concert neat year, thay will find | West. . *
neither guns, butter nor Ireedom. s, stem operating on the principle mathematicians themselves can- that Britain has given a great i .
: of a car exhaust. not guarantee perfection. Musi- new home to music and a great It is born of fear. Favourite Flavour.

We in Barbados have not been called yet
to make any sacrifice for Korea. But we

THE hall is suspended like an
egg with flat sides in a_ box.
Noise is kept out by two skins
of concrete, 10ins. thick, separa-
ted by a 12in. air space.

Where the outer skin touches
:-'pports, brick and concrete is

parated by glass fibre matting
to give more insulation.

THE battle against noise is
carried to such an extent that
rot even heating and ventilation
pipes pierce the skin. Only
cpenings are the double doors of

it is pumped in from the ceiling

Greek Style
THE egg shape was chosen after

tal pool. The water reflected the
higher frequencies which have a
tendency to be absorbed before
they reach the back of the hall.

“Instead of water, we are
using a slab of Merioneth slate
75ft. long by 15ft. as a strip of
floor between the first row of
seats and the platform.”

The platform and side walls
will be highly wax polished
to give the maximum reflection
of sound; there will be no carpet.

Percussion instruments (drums,

the only one in the world.

cians will eventually “tune” it by
ear,

same properties of sound as if
it were full,

The audience may think that
the interlocking wood-facing
constituting the lower wall of the

hall is for decoration.

This is designed to absorb the
lower frequencies.

The Echo
LEATHER panels at the back
of the hall are there not for
beauty but to absorb echo.
Even the attractive ceiling

the rostrum with his baton ana

architectural lead to the world.
London Express Service.



on the

Korean war.

They sniff at the

Americans, and suggest that they could do
the job quite easily.
They believe that West Germany will have

an army

of some sort within a year.

The Americans are already giving rifles to
16,000 Germans, who will be quartered in

barracks

once built by Hitler.

And the British authorities are following
the American lead.

part in Western defence is not motivated by

Before the Korean attack they were afraid

of what the Soviet Union and the East
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& me e e we Oo They see themselves as another “Sovfh

that our American cousins are shedding
their blood in Korea that we might enjoy

peace.

Mr. B. A. T. Williams

THE retirement of Mr. B. A. T. Williams,
Comptroller of Customs, removes from the
Civil Service one of its quiet and efficient
officers whose round of duty was done over
a period of years away from the glare of
publicity but with an unsurpassed allegi-
ance and efficiency. Mr. Williams will
retire at the end of three months’ leave
which began last week.

The Polo Player Who
Turned Pilot

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By Group Capt. Hugh Dundas. D.S.0., D.F.C.

OST successful plane being
used against the Reds in
Korea is the P—51 (Mustang)
fighter-bomber, a piston-engined
veteran of the last war.

It is a fighting symbol of Anglo-
American co-operation, For its
U.S.-designed airframe is pow-
ered by a British Rolls-Royce
Merlin engine.

The plane has
a romantic



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Korean vacuum” into which the East might
like to pour its hordes for far richer booty
and treasure than they have found in the
Asiatic paddyfields.

The Dilemma

The Western leaders, whether they like it
or not, must face up to the dilemma of the
West: to arm, or not to arm, the 50,000,000 in
Western Germany.

Military experts say that the only reason
for not re-arming the Germans could be the
conviction that an open conflict between
East and West is impossible, or the fear of a
resurgent Germany.

The supporters of the establishment of a

German army, however, say that the danger
of such an East-West conflict might become

more unlikely if the West is strengthened
by strong German military forces.

history. Th 2 ‘
Oe ; i : In 1940 Lord ere are, of course, great dangers in such
He joined the service as an unpaid ai cvarteanied a plan. These are:—

Supernumerary in November 1904 and for

then Minister of



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; Offi ‘Aircraft Produc- with these great events and war. Hitchcock was t i i i ik 3 “eins
9 years served in the General Post ae ton, decided that probably knowing nothing of Britain es Assistant Mais “Attache palght: ‘Srovene ehe Byes Onion ie, erie |)
and the Courts. His first appointment to Merling must be them, were putting the new in London before the army was fully functioning. ‘ A s S i f
the Customs was in November 1913 when _ 2 re Mustang fighter through its Though he was officially too 2. oe oon who — aos give mart election e Patterns
: et e tried firs’ paces. old for flying duties, he spent|Up their dream of regaining the lands lost |};
PY became 21st sist For 8 eee raake s Sona _mreerene who flew it reported hen of his time in the air,jin the east to Poland and Russia, might start | |} INCLUDING
ears he was only out of the Customs wi ord, that it was a fine airplane in all piloting every kind of machine he i i i i

f : : : F h failed. The Pack- yespects but one. The Allison could lay his hands on. © | a war with the Savi Union or her satellite, |

or a short time to become Clerk of the ard firm stepped engine with which it was the Bs seen Republic, and drag the West PAISLEY and POLKA DOTS —
Police Magistrate’s Court and Revenue ean into the breach. equipped was not sufficiently Superb an with ner,

ee : * While negotia- { It was this ) : é -
Officer at District “C” and Assistant Clerk sttehenp tions were going ence stond ant oe ci the. brilliant idea Shenakes ab Gcard mich: comes er ath re |
and Store-keeper at the Public Works |°)..coqthe Atlantic in'a British 1, level, flight, but lacked the 7) the Soviet Union, once more dividin P a d
D t t # deat t dt e antic in a British guts and bite needed for quick “iframe. Overnight the plane was : es Oran
epartment. He eventually returned to warship climbing and twisting in combat. léfted from mediocrity to great-| between them. SELECT YOURS FROM
the Customs to become yet another dis- Bp he eat Myra nana, In this vital particular it was "°O., or that union came The Price
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fighter plane which every pilot,
British and American wanted to
tly. I know; for I
Mustang with both
engine.

For all-round performance, for
sweetness of handling, for its
versatility in action, the Mustang
with the Rolls-Royce engine was
probably the best plane of the
war,

Now in Korea they are. still
saying “Superb.”

Tommy Hitchcock died in
April 1944—killed near Salisbury
while carrying out tactical trials
in a P—51,

. The . West eenen Government will
’ emand a price ore it agrees to an arm
piloted =e or full coc pes ediBae F

This will include a peace settlement, the
restoration of full sovereignty and the with-
drawal of the Western occupation forces once}
the new German Wehrmacht is strong
enough.

The Bonn Government has already said it
will not supply German infantry as “cannon
fodder” for the West. The Germans want
either a real army with strong panzer and
Luftwaffe formations to collaborate with the
West—or nothing.

— London Express Service.

collect them. He took with him and German planes.

a large brief case in which to
carry the precious documents.
Twe Tons
When he arrived he found to
his astonishment two tons of
plans, which gave America every

detail of the Merlin.

These went to the Packard
factory at Detroit, where produc-
tion was speeded up by every
possible means, and at a cost, so
it is said, of many, many millions
of dollars to the British Govern-
ment.

Meanwhile, U.S. Air Force
test pilots, in mo way connected



In the early days of his service in the
Customs Mr. Williams was recognised as a
conscientious officer who was not prepared
merely to follow the letter of the law but
to use his discretion in order to facilitate
the work of the Department and to main-
tain happy relationships with the mer-
cantile body without whose co-operation
the efficient administration of the Customs
was impossible. This policy he continued
during his last years as head of that Depart-

New Life

The U.S. had no alternative
engine to replace the Allison, so
it seemed that the Mustang was
doomed to be relegated for a few
specialist duties.

Suddenly new life came to the
P-51 from an unexpected quarter.

The story switches to a man
named Tommy Hitchcock, best
known in Britain as a_ rich,
amusement-loving playboy.

He was the greatest polo player
of his day and was immensely

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the preliminary arrangements.

extent of providing palliasses.
We are most grateful to Mr.

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Buildings
Wanted For
Youth Clubs

AVE YOU a
or rent the Commissioner
right away, but this building must
be suitable for a Youth Club.

Col. R. T. Michelin, Commis-
sioner of Police, told the Advo-
cate yesterday that he is prepared
to form other Boys’ Clubs, but
he is finding it difficult to get
buildings. He would like a build-
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He would like to start forming
Clubs at Speightstown, Oistins
and the Garden, St. James, but
he cannot find suitable premises.
He pointed out that all the other
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Boys’ Club.

He said that the Bay Street
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Many more boys have applied for
membership, but “jt is no good
getting the place congested and
spoiling the sport for others.”

“There is an average of 25 to
30 boys attending the Club every
evening and it is filling a long
felt want,” he said. He pointed
out that the boys are now able to
pass their leisure hours having
recreation in good surroundings.

This week a Boxing Ring is
being erected at the Club and on
September 4 it has been arranged
that four boys from the Bay Street
Boys’ Club will be boxing at the
Modern High School in an
organised contest.

HE ACCIDENT along Bay

Street on Saturday between a
bicycle ridden by Harold Evelyn
ef Church Street, St. Michael and
the motor car X-524, owned and
Criven by Violet Mayers of
Worthings, Christ Church, oc-
curred shortly after midday and
not at mid-night.

SIGHT TPKAKKIC offences were

recorded yesteraay. Four
cycusts were charged for not
atfixing a number plate to their
bicycles, while another was
cnarged for riding his bicycle
without the appropriate licence.

One motorist faced two charges.
In the first place he was charged
for not stopping after an accident,
and the next charge was for
driving without reasonable con-

sideration.

Another motorist was charged)
for parking without leaving lighted}
lamps on his vehicle. i

HE LOSS ot a gold wrist watch

valued $35 and $2.24 it cash!

was reported by Lisle Foster of!
Navy Gardens, Christ Church. He
told the Police that the watch ind}
money were removed from his
home on Sunday.

WENTY - SEVEN - YEAR-OLD

& Eudine Smith of Gregg Farm,
St. Andrew, died suddenly at her
home at about 9.00 p.m .on Monday,
A post mortem examination was;
performed yesterday by Dr. Tap-
pin who attributed death to natural
causes,

HE MOTOR CAR M-1490,

# owned and driven by Seon
Worrell of Fairfield, Black Rock,
crashed into a guard wall on the
left of the road along Waterford
over the week-end. It was ex-
tensively damaged.

It is alleged that the left front
tyre of the car blew out, causing
the car to become uncontrollable.

EOFFREY JONES was taken

to the General Hospital on
Monday night suffering from shock
and injuries to his face. He was
detained. |

Jones, who was riding a motor-
escle owned by Ersley Gill of
Parish Road, Bush Hall, collided
with the motor car M-791, owned
by Michael Hannah of Third
Avenue, Pelleville, and driven by
Aubrey Garnes of Jemmotts Lane.
Both vehicles were damaged.

NE HUNDRED labourers left

by a ’plane of the Nationwide
Airways for the U.S.A. where they ,
will be employed by the United
States Sugar Corporation.

The men were selected at}
Queen’s Park by the Labour De-
partment and representatives of
the U.S. Sugar Corporation. During
the time that the men were being |
picked, crowds could be seen
flocking into the Park and many
more have now registered as being
unemployed so that they may have
a chance of peing selected if more
men are wanted.

Havent Ene Joseph Alleyne,
Christopher Arthur, Livingstone Fitz H.
Atherley, Robert Atkins, O'Brian Ban-
field, Arrinton Barrow, De Lacey DeC,
Barrow, Charles Beckles, Oswald Blen-
man, Clyde Bovell, Alphonzo Brathwaite,
Arnold Bree eT ee power
oy ie adele Hyacinth " Callen-
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Christian, Donald



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AUGUST 16, 1950



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

SHADE FOR THE FUTURE

|
|

'

{ EVERGREEN TREES planted near the Barbados

MORE TREES

More evergreen trees are being
planted at the Garrison. This is
being done by Miss Nell Manning
of the Civic Circle. She has al-
ready planted three and expects
to plant three more in the near
future,

These trees are being planted

around the Barbados Museum
where there ‘ure large evergreen
trees.

In an interview with the Ad-

vocate yesterday, Miss Manning
said that some of the trees that
were formerly situated on this
Spot were destroyed and she is
replacing them.

“I am going to make the Gar-
rison a pretty place,” Miss Man-
ning said. She also wants Bar-
badians to realise the value of
trees and be able to appreciate
them.

From her front door Miss Man-
ning pointed out a large sand-
box tree to the Advocate repre-
sentative and said, “See that
large sand-box tree over there?
It was once dying but I brought

it back to life. How lovely it
looks now!”

That sand-box tree is at the
entrance to the Museum.

e
A Princess
. i
And Cricket

EVERYBODY stopped for a briet
chat yesterday although Bridge-
town sweltered in the heat. The
Fourth England-West Indies Test
Match an Princess Elizabeth s
baby girl ran neck and neck in the
popuarity race.

Among the ladies
Elizabeth’s baby was first. One
lady was sO sorry thai the litle
baby girl would not now be able
te use Bonnie Prince Charlie’s
beby clothes.

Another lady
ubservation to

Princes.

still had a cute
make on the Test
Match, however. She said tha’
she had listened to ‘the com-
mentary and poor wen Hutton had
been hit so often on his leg that she
was sure his poor wife would be
busy attending his bruises tha‘
night.

Cost Of Living
Index Drops

THE cost of living index was
one point less at the end of June
than it was at the end of May,
figures released by the Labour
Department show. The increase
in all items since Septe:nber, 1939
is 141 per cent. Increase since
that date in cost of food only is
138 per cent.



Ormond Cobham, Clayton Codrington,
Darniey Codrington, Stephen Coombes,
Cyril C. Corbin, John Durant, McDonald
Earle, Cuthbert Edwards, Denmark Ed-
wards Beresford Eleock, John Emmanuel,
Cameron Forde, Winston Gall, Cormic
Garnes, Darnley St. C. Greaves, Lionel
Greaves, Mc Ivan Greaves, Selbourne
Greaves, Arthur Greene, MacDonald
Greene, Conrad Greene, Samuel Greene,
Joseph Greenidge, Elijah Griffith, Edwin
Gooding, Hilton Harris, Cassie Holder,
Cecil Holder, Gordon Holder, Frank Ifill,
Gerald Jackman, Laurie Johnson, Belfield
Da C. Jones, Joseph King, Ulric Samuel
Kirton, Courtenay Layne, Whitfield
Layne, Joseph Mapp, Rufus Tom Mayers,
Joseph Morris, Samuel Morris, George A,
Murray, Egerton McClean, Alfred Me-
Ketney, Christopherson Nelson, Leroy
Sylvan Nicholls, Archibald L. Nurse, Le-
roy Parris, McConnell Payne, Joseph Pitt,
Granvill Prescod, Kenneth R. Prescod,
Samuel Prescod, Gordon Prescott, Gas-
per Prince, Garfield Puckerin, Ethelbert
Reece, Victor R. Robinson, Milton Scan-
tlebury, Oscar Scantlebury, Chesterfield
Small, Edmond Small, Marcus Small,
Stephen Small, Joseph Skinner, Fitz
Albert Springer, Gladstone Vaughn,
Erskine Walters, Cecil Ward, Conrad D.

: rold | Weekes, Samuel Weekes, Charles Whitta-
Gar Se adeniok ker, Samuel DaC. Wickham, Chesterfield

Clarke, Rufus Clarke, Theophilus Clarke, ¢ Worrell.

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Museum.

‘Lorry Driver To Pay

£100 For Belle Mule
It Died After Collision

The Earl of Lascelles et al versus Allan Fields case in the|

Court of Common Pleas ended before His Honour the Chieti
Judge, Sir Allan Collymore, yesterday with a verdict by
the jury in favour of the plaintiff. Plaintiff was awarded

House Did Not
Meet Yesterday

THE House of Assembly did not
meet yesterday because a quorum
Was not present at 3.15 p.m. His
Honour the Speaker therefore ad-
Journed proceedings until 12
o'clock noon next Tuesday.

Members present were:— His
Honour the Speaker, Mr. K, N. R
re Mr. G. H. Adams; Mr
M.

judgment in the sum of £100 and costs.

E. Cox; Dr. H. G. Cummins;
Mr. L. E. Smith; Mr. J. H. Wilkin-
son; Mr, E. L. Ward; Mr. D. A

Foster; Mr. T. O. Bryan ;Mr. F. C.
Goddard.



THESE TWO HEADS—of Lady
Blood and Mr. G. H. Adams are
on show at the Pottery Exhibi-
tion which is being held at the
Barbados Museum. The heads
are tv of four Sculptured by

Karl Broodhagen,

Monument
Cleaned Up

THE Monument at the Garrison,
opposite the Barbados Museum,
was recently washed and the
terrace around it cleaned up



This Monument was erected to
the memory of Officers and
soldiers of the Royal York Rangers
who fell in action in the Army
commanded by Lieut, General Sir
George Beckwith, K.B.,.at the re
duction of the French Colonies of
Martinique, the Saintes and
Guadeloupe 1809 and 1810. [t
was erected to four Lieutenants
three Sergeants, three Corporais,
one drummer ‘and 43 privates





in

It was also erected to the
memory of Lieut, Colonel Patrick
He of the York Light
Infantry Volunteers who died
Guadeloupe as Major Command
ing the Royal York Rangers on
August 28, 1810, ignorant of the
promotion confirmed upon him b
his Sovereign for the brilliant



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important services as the head of
this corps during the campaign of
1809—1810 at Aartinique anil
Guadeloupe ,
The tablét was inscribed ,
General s George
th, K.B., Commander of t
as a mark not nls f



Origin of the case was
collision on March 15 last year on
the Belle Plantation Road between
the motor lorry driven by the de
fendant and owned by the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee, and

a mule cart owned by the
Belle and managed by Charles
Taylor. The lorry and the cart
were both laden with canes, and

as a result of the accident one of
the four mules that were attached
tc the cart was killed. Value of
the mule was placed at £100 for
which the plaintiff brought an
action against the defendant.

The plaintiff was represented by
Mr. E. K. Walcott, K.C., instructed
by Messrs. Carrington and Sealy,
while defendant was represented
by Mr. W .W. Reece, K.C., in-
structed by Messrs. Cottle, Catford
& Co,

Hearing
Monday

of the case began



Fined For
Speeding

A fine of £2 and 1/- costs to
be paid in seven days or
default one month’s img imeni
was imposed on Lloyd Griffith of
Kew Road yesterday by His Wor
ship Mr, H. A. Talma for speed
ing while driving the motor car
X-836 on Constitution Road on
July 10.

Cpl. Jones said that the car
when it entered the trap was
doing over 28 miles per hour and
the speed limit on that road
20 miles per hour.

Sgt. Forde prosecuted on behalf
of the Police

Another fine



of 30/- and 2/-
costs was imposed on Herman
Thompson of Taitt Hill, St.
George for not stopping at a
major road while riding the bi-
cycle G-951 on July 12,

The case was heard before His
Worship Mr. C. L, Walwyn.



Two Schooners
Reach Port

TWO intercolonial vessels ar-
rived yesterday from Trinidad but
none Jeft the Careenage for other
islands. Those coming in yester-
day were the 36-ton Schooner
|Lynsyd II uyder Capt. Barnes and
the 38-ton Grenville Lass under
Capt. Somerson.

While the Lass brougyt 260

drums of aviation gasoline for
Messrs DaCosta & Co, Ltd,, the
Lynsyd brought only ballast.
The Lynsyd is consigned to Bar-
bados Import & Expert Ltd. while
Messrs D. L. Johnson is the con-
signee of the Lass.

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''Two Doctors

Laud Goodwill
| League

| Dr

Dr. Muriel E. Osbourne, fathei

|
and daughter, both of whom prac-

Benjamin A. Osbourne and

tise in Washington, D.C., U.S.A
visited the Children’s Goodwill
| League yesterday and wrote in

}complimentary terms in the Visit-

| ors’ Book
| Dr. Benjamin Osbourne wrote:
|“A visit to the Children’s Good-

| will League is an inspiration never

| to be forgotten. Here is Christian-
ity at work. Barbados is fortunate

in caving so unselfish a citizen as
;Mr. John Beckles, whose welfare
|} work stands out as a challenge

to the peopte of the entire Carib-
} be an Area to go forward and do
| likewise My sincere congratula-
| tions to Mr. Beckles, h‘s colleague:
jand the staff”.
| Enjoyed Visit

Dr. Muriel Osbourne wrote I
enjoyed my visit to the Children’:
| Goodwill League. It is a pleasure
jto work with children, especially
those whose parents are unable to
} provide for them. These children
will be our men and women of
to-mcrrow, and it only witl
| strong minds and bodies that wi
|can do our best. Best wishes foi
success in the humanitarian under
taking. I am sure that the ch‘ldren
wil! not forget”.

Dr. Benjamin Osbourne is a
Barbadian, his daughter an Amer-
ican



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‘Fort Townsend
Comes From
Grenada
THE 1,943-ion Steamship Fort
Townsend under the command of
Capt. John O'Hara, arrived from
Grenada yesterday with four pass-
neers on board for Barbados
The Townsend is sister ship of
the S.S. Fort Amherst. Apart from
the passengers landing, there are
ilso 74 cruise passengers and the
| majority of them will be return-
ing to the U.S.A. by this vessel.
'It is consigned to Messrs. DaCosta
& Co., Ltd
Passengers for Barbados were:
Mr Tilbury of the U.K,,
who will be staying at the Marine
Hotel, Mrs. Louise Knight, Mrs
Virgine Lewis, and Miss Rosetta
Lewis.
Three Ships in Bay
The arrival of the Townsend
brought the number of vessels in
Carlisle Bay to three. It joined the
Arneta and Naturalist. Labourers
were still busy yesterday unload-
ing cargo from the Arneta and
Naturalist while others took ma‘
from the hatches of the Townsena
The Natwatlist’s cargo consisted
of hardware, cycle
voollens, blankets,
ted suiting,





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ol, cottons,
rayons, wors-
glassware, radios, tins
of butter, whisky, cookers, ovens,
toves, bicycles, oil cloth,
ind dishes, cigarette paper, adver-
tising matter, enamelware, knobs
and fittings, putty, knitting wool,
bales of colton, towels, coffee







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bowls |

!
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in | mills, flannel, shoes, vacuum flasks, |

jpadlocks, fuse hinges, weights, |
buckets, scales, bolts and nuts,
medicines, engine spares — salt,
\! ibels, distemper, pots, asbestos
|sheets telephones and telephone
| parts, biscuits, paint, thinners, ;

chinaware dyed drills,
sports goods, cord,
dunlopillo, wadding, ladies’ hose,
mosquito nets, sheets, raincoats,
leather cloth, pillows, floor cover-
ing, confectionery and corn flakes
It also brought felt, ticking,
wooden spoons, truck bodies, a

essences,
stationery,

Vanguard van and Singer saloon, |
chain, |
apers, slippers, yeast, shoe |

tinned
toys, sc
lining, spanners, matches, cocoa,
vacuum jugs, cutlery, wheelbar-
rows, Sealing rings and dry fish

Its supplementary cargo consist-
of cartridges, bonnets, steam
pump spares, pick handles, Icing
sugar, castor sugar, surface boxes,
stout, rubber hose, belting and
tubing.

The majority of this cargo is or-
dered by the various City Mer-
chants, but the cartridges were
ordered by Government.

The Naturalist is consigned
Messrs DaCosta & Co., Ltd.

PRESS CLUB
MEETS TODAY

Mr. Aubrey Douglas Smith
M.A., will be the guest speaker
at a meeting of the Barbados Press
Club-at 4.30 this afternoon.

A panel of Press Club members
will discuss the fourth England-
West Indies Test match over the
Radio Distribution Service from
7.30 to 7.45 tonight

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Harbour Police
Launches
Overhauled

Harbour Police Launch Snipe,
jone of the new launches added this
year to the Harbour Police fleet,
is haulect up on the Wharf oppo-
site the Nelson Statue. It is being
painted and it is expected that it
will again be lowered into the
water later this week.

When this boat is back on patrol,

its sister launch, Hawk, will be
hauled up and painted. These
launches were brought to the

island in January and turned over
to the Harbour Police.

Just a few yards away from the
Snipe labourers were loading lime
on the Schooner Eastern Eel while
in the inner basin wood and coals

were being unloaded from the
Schooner Emeline which arrived
from British Guiana over the
week-end.

The Emeline is still low in the
water and this shows quite clearly
that her cargo of rice has not yet
been touched.

40-Year-Old Sees
Vision of Virgin

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Catholic Chureh, banned special
reilgious services at Necadah to-
day—the Catholic festival of the

Assumption of the Virgin Mary
He described Mrs. Van Hoof's
c.alms as being of an “extremely
q.aestionable nature”. The Bishop's
‘atement added: “Attendance ol
iests and nuns and lay Catholics
Necadah on August 15 may
ing dishonour to the traditional
votion to the Mother of God,’
About 60 priests and 30 nuns
were before the shrine today. Sev-
€ral people fainted. Then gaunt
Mrs. Van Hoof appeared and knelt

tone before the shrine
Press observers saw nothing, |
tut after a moment Mrs. Van Hoot

covered her face
tad went directly
‘ fterwards

with her hands
into the house
she relayed a message
which she said the Virgin gave
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Caurch was present.—Reuter.

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. Sarr Te
'Worme Wins
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inate cties ille

yesterday
St. Hill

Singles

which

Tennis

was



but
bril-

showed quite a lot of form
Worme's tennis brain end
liant volleying won him tl
ifter making a slow start

wough

St. Hill on the other hand who
ook the first set easily from
NVorme deteriorated rapidly as the
ames progressed and his services
were not so accurate and was
sometimes very loose with |}
shots

Clever Playing





Meanwhile Worme continued te
play and anticipated cleverly but
oceasionally he was beaten bys
ome slow returns by St. Hill. In
the latter part of the first ret
he displayed some beautiful lob

| bing and glorious winnin hots
trom every angle

In the Men's Doubles Dr. Man-
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terson and D. W. Wiles 6
6—3

This afternoon at Si
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ff the evening the other being
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served Cold, is the perfect drink ry ’

| for hot, sunny days. Cool and refresh- ,

| ing, it has a delightful, creamy flavour

| allite own. At the same time ir provides
valuable nutritive properties which

| reinforce strength and energy, and help /

| to maintain your zest and kcenness at
work cr play. .

| Remember that you need plenty of
nourishment to meet the heavy demands
Qn your cnergy made by hot, tiring days.
While you have little appetite for heavy
meals, the light foods you prefer are
often deficient in important food
elements.
A glass of ‘Ovaltine’ Cold makes the
lightest meal march more nourishing and




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| t ‘ . a Royal Store. a Spe ley. Finder please return side i “Vi t
vakia, whose trade or business addres, ts ws _} same to him at Melvin Hill, St. Joseph 2 ——— SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
AUTOMOTIVE Gottwaldove Czechoslovakia, has applied 50--Sn a “ ERP +14
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HOUSES Pneumatic tyres, oo Hardware for our Stock Room’ Apply| .WHEEL AND TYRE — "0 Model A M.S. HELENA Sept.’ ist,’ 2nd, Sth
AUTO CYCLE — “New Hudson”|~SEppoom — — fre insertion places, wholly or predom- | DY letter and in person to the Manager| £o"d.. Tyre Mesanee Sarees. Sayed | SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM as.
Excellent Condition easy starter,| BEDROOM — Comfortable double bed- | ‘@ntly of natural or artificial rubber. Peer Se cerene Ce Teen: et eet ee 10 ast i r Hi URARGN Aue aie “—e United Pilgrim S. will ac-
Bargaining $100.00 Boyce — KNIGHT'S | 0M, With board & laundry, for two and will be entitled to register the same NOG. BO— 0. | 8.8. COTTICA Aug aii cept Cargo and Passengers
LTD. 15-8 30—2n |Sentiemen or young coupie. Excellent | after one month from the 4th day of}| ~~~ ~~~ SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLY) Lal for St. Lucia, sailing -
gre Cree ee sea bathing and surroundings. Very rea-| August 1950 unless some person shall SKILLED WORKERS WANTED. Reli- ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM i 1 3
CAR — one 1947 Four-Seater; 8 h.p. | Somable terms to right party. Telephone | i the meantime give notice in duplicate ance Shirt Factory. Apply Royal Store PERSONAL M.S. ORANJESTAD Aug. 22nd nesday, 16th August.
Standard Car. Dial L. Small. #738 8496, or write Box —— to me at my office of opposition of such 16.8.50—3n M.S, WILLEMSTAD Sept. 19th
8.50—3n 16.8.50—in, | Teistration. The trade mark can be} ——~—— The public are hereby warned against SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO B.W.1, Schooner Owners
sen ede isieieilibttncniielie » ‘ “GWENDOLYN” — WN: “Wat *® Dated this 14th day of August 1950. Apply—Mrs. Howell, Sea View Guest] WILSON of Near Pegwell, Christ Church, MLS. HECUBA Aug. 26th ° e
CAR—One 1940 model 10 H.F Four r aterloo Ht WILLIAMS. House 15.8 as f do not hold myself idk MS. H Ue Consignee; Dial: 4047.
Seater Hillman Car. Dial L, Small 2733, | Pagle Hall Ra. from ist Sept. Two Bed- Ragitres' of Treke Marks ee Gudlee Eatone sin centieone for n hu es 3.5. COTTICA Sept. 5th.
ree Conve \ eng Rvp 4425 = ote 18.8.50—Sr MISC OUs debt or debis in my natne ne by " 5, P. MUSSON, SON & CO. EAD.
rae aes ; S. Hoyte ELLANE r AGENTS
ee Ors Set 1 | |” Blatnc™BSRoriey™iusow, | and puree wher eons hide and eos ers
7 at as, ae ees iy FLATS—One (1) well fur a INVALID CHAIR on wheels with ad- Near Pegweill, |_| rible Itching, Cracking, Eczema, Peeling,
eee oe ka” | untosnld Nour the Beceem TAKE NOTICE Justable “back and foot rest.” Com. Christ Chureh. | Burning, Acne, Ringworm, Psorias
new. pply Cole o., : ; ear Rocks, Hastin, municate w rT, Hutson. . e pal 1 o
15.8.50—4n, | Box X.¥.Z, C/o Advocate Co. son. 343\8.'50—an. | — Se Te ee eee eeeonite cive cute os . ;
eae” ; 8. = ‘The public are hereby; varneu | temporary relief because they do not kill Canadian N. t al St h
CAR-—-Citroen (X-169) A bit shabby, pegs anne TAKE N against Rving one ae wine TSS | the germ cause. The new discovery, Nixo- a 10n. eams Ips
but goes like a Bomb. $1,450. Hugh Pop- |i FLAT—Upstairs Flat at Johnson (nee King) as I do not hold| S¢rm kills the germs in 7 minutes and Is
jam, “In Chancery”, Christ Church. Street. Telephone 3902. myself responsible for her or Gasace guaranteed to glve ou a& soft, fear, attrac-
——" —— Rtgs ee - ABBOTT else contracting any debt or debts in ns ee et oF coe eee sae
CAR—One 1936 model 5 passenger | My House “In CHANCERY”, for three ‘That Abbott Laboratories, a corpord-| ‘signed by males DY @ written order) guaranteed Nixederm from your Ehomist| SOUTHBOUND Sails Bails Salle Arrives Sails
Deluxe Chevrolet—in good condition. | months, to careful tenants, Fully fur-| Tha: CARSTAIRS BROS. DISTILLING | {ion organized under the laws of the} Signed LITCHFIELD JOHNSON. eres dries ae ne ee win
For particulars contact H. L. Hunte]nished. From Sept. 1st. Write Hugh Pop- . INC. a corporation organised under! State of Tilinois, United States of Harts Gap, erm pauns f oki
c/o DaCosta & Co, Ltd., ot Dial 3742, | ham. Phone John’ Biadon 4640. the laws of the State of Maryland,, America, whose trade or — business Hastings Ch. Ch. | For im Troubles trousic. "| CAN, CHALLENGER -lth Aug. 14th Aug, | —— 24th Aug. 24th Aug.
15,8.50—3n 9.8.'50.—6n,| United States of America, whose trade | 84dress ts 14th and Sheridan Road, 15.8.50—2n — | LADY RODNEY .. ..23rd Aug. 26th Aug. 28th Aus. scaliep. ee
oem erent eatin ta Le rar or business address is Lexington Avenue, | North Chicago, Mlinois United ‘States | ———— i Pros Eten * LADY NELSON --lith Sep. 14th Sep. 16th Sep. 25th Sep. Seo.
CARS—Morris 12 HP, Good working | wo FLATS—At “Inch Marlow”. Fully | New York, United States of America has| of America has applied for the regis-| THE public are hereby warned against
order. No reasonable offer refused, | Furnis ed. Phone, John Bladon 4640, applied for the registration| tration of a trade mark in part “A” of| civing credit to my wife EVANGALINE
also Ford Prefect 1? H.P. a are 9.8,°50,—6n,| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in connection with “Various| EUDENE GREAVES (nee Hall) as I do NOTICE oa vo ilies Montreal
Phone 2393. 3.8 m eed “an bens tag mh Ree y og eae ie pharmaceuticals, the-] not hold myself responsible for her or _— one rene
$$ —__—__—— Bev especially sky a wi rapeutic dietary supplements antiseptics | anyone else contracting any debt debt ry W 3 2
CAR—One (1) Chevrolet Style Master entitled to register the same after one | germicides, and biol oe eae Our Wholesale & Retail Store LADY NELSON . ..18th Aug. 20th Aug. 29th Aug. Sist Aug. ard Sep.
ae Lge St owes | BOUTIN GAM BG | mee fae See or made ioe | Wepre aC ean na | ey savas, ne Oe © wie order | | wil be cloed fro, Ago | ERY Seay ‘Agen Sep: 2st Sep: 30m Se ist Oct. Sih Oct
ment Hill, St. Michael. ee 7 Unless some person shall in the meantime | veterinary use. such products being in| Ser. Evelyn DaCosta Whitfield Greaves Re coannes ca oe ae eee ee ee nT re. "
¥ ae give notice in cate to me at the form of th prepa: : + - ’ ‘ibe
TRUCK—Chevrolet 1934 model in A—1 office of opposition of such registration oral or Lapediaeal winicoeien or oe nee C, HERBERT..
condition Dial 3686. Apply 7 eee AUCTION The trade mark can be seen on applica-| local applications, as solutions, tnictures 16.8 oes $5. Tudor St., City
ee —__— “Dated tale 1am day of Ausust 1990, | extracts, powders, ‘Suspetelepe costed | Tea nat eee Wo ene he mt San ‘velan on ce
. fs . . powders, suspensions, coated bers. Passenger and cates on =
ATRUCK—One_ tos Ford V8, Truce | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER negate ot MULLIAMS. | oF ‘uncoated tablets “or pills, duleets, PUBLIC NOTICES |
7 6 le ar’ or soft capsules, sterile ‘oun
Phone 3498 16.8.50—t.f.n y Pree noe received I will set! 15.8.50—an aco solutions, sterile, solutions or NOTICE ONCE AG AIN GARDINER AUSTIN & co. LTD. Agents.
on rsday, Augus' . at 1 p.m. at —_—————— | suspensions in vials or sterile powders
—o | Richmond Gap, Barbarees Hill, (1) Chat in ampoules, lotions PARISH OF LST. JAMES
. 5 - [ iu . w :
ELECTRICAL tel House 20 x 10 With Back House 22 x TAKE NOTICE jellies’ ointments, eet tee APPLICATIONS for the post of Sub You can get
11_complete with Shed and Paling. suppositories, and such products being | punta’, Inspector for the Parish of St DISTILLED WATER
GARRARD AUTOMATIC RECORD|TERMS CASH. PALMOLIVE intended for the following Tmedicinal | Zimes will be recevied by the under- DAILY
CHANGERS—To play 10 records mixed . purposes—allergen extracts for testing genee aoe Thursday, the Mth of
10” and 12’ LASHLEY’S LIMITED, Pr. VINCENT GRIFFITH, That COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET| ° treatment, alternatives, amebicides, ‘Applic nia. From your Gasworks
Wm. Hy. St. 16.8.50—4n. Auctioneer, COMPANY. LIMITED, a corporation| @algesics and — anodynes, — anaphro-| jncal Certificate oy sini east, hold the Will those friends who use it
————— 15.8.50—3n | organized under the laws of the Domin-| “siacs, anaesthetics, antacids, anthel-| (ii Rens ae or ee given by for drinking purposes kindly take be aera crt
GARRAD AUTOMATIC RECORD wire ion of Canada, whose trade or business| â„¢ntics and vermifuges, antanemics and ard of Health. note, }

CHANGERS—to play either 10-10 inch









or 10-12 inch records, $42.00, LASHLEY'S Cenada has applied for the registration tants, antidotes for arsenic or heavy
LIMITED, Pr. Wm. Hy. St. UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER | of a trade mark in Part 4A” of Register| etal poisoning, antidysenteries, anti- en the pe | 10a ae he
188 BOAT) ation ssn Mie asdeze in tonnection with Toilet Soap and will rete cuincitine ae antigon-| The successful Appltoant ae Seas Vessel From Leaves ba nll
anne peer Graham 1 . e entitled to register the same ager . malarials, iperiodics, anti- > 7 Sane

MULLARD VALVES — We carry a] \Paraiso” Saskacten Ros a residence | one month from the 4th day of August] PYretics, antisecretagogs, antiseptics and SHivee, On the Ist. - Rapveniser S.S. “MOONCREST” London auth At r
large stock to suit almost any type of] cay 16th’ August be ~ on Wednes-| 1959 unless some person shall in the| Sermicides, — antirheumatics, ee Clerk P. H. TARILTON, oat o> am ls : 3rd Aug. ug.
receiver, LASHLEY'’S LIMITED, Pr. | o'clock her entire oy of Tees meantime give notice in duplicate to me| Medics, antisyphilitics, aphrodisiacs. oe Comaniaaiosiare of Health, S.S. “BROOKHURST Glasgow &
wm. Hy. St. 16.8,.50—4n. | furniture which consists of Morris. and | 2t TY office of opposition of such regis- Se tnmere automatic stimulants, bacter- st ue waiverpool 17th Aug. Ist Sept.
—___________________ | upright chairs, all of Mahogany, painted | ation. The trade mark can be seen on| il antigens, Preparations for caleiym} ___ aes S.S, “JUNECREST” London 26th Aug. 8th Sept.

MULLARD INCANDESCENT LAMPS |sca-grass and upholstered’ chairs, | “pplication at my ofilce (| minatives chloragoguss, “cornanr’ offs: VAAN This is to notify the Gen- || SS. “TEMPLE ARCH”
—Frosted 25 watts to 150 watts Bayonet]M ah og any Kidney’ and other} Dated this 14th day of August 1950, minatives, chloragogues, coronany dila-| BARBADOS CLERKS’ UNION ae ) Fie " a M/brough &
or Screw fitting. LASHLEY'S LIMITED] tables, Book cases, wagons, Gram. H, WILLIAMS, tors, cosmetic creams and __ lotions, ; : London 5th Sept. 26th Sept.
Pr. Wm. Hy. St ophone and records’ including Stainer's Registrar’ of Trade Marks, | deodorants, — diaphoretics, — digestives,| An Extraordinary meeting will be hela |) CY@! Public that we will be

Crucifixion, Books, Electroplated ware, 15.8.50—%n | diuretics, ecbolics and oxytocics, emetics.| at the Y.M.C.A. Hall on FRIDAY 18

16.8.50—4n.





address is 64 Colgate Avenue, Toronto,





hematinics,


















anticoagulants,



anticon:

Any further particulars required may it
be obtained at the Parochial Treasurer's *





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OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM







Sc atleast akin detail Cutlery, Glass & China ware, Table emmenagogues, escharotics, preparations] inst at 4.30 p.m. for the pur slosed for holidays from 18th
. c . pose of con- closed for holidays
MULLARD BATTERY RECEIVER —J| Tennis ‘board complete, Simm: ~ for treatment of eczema and dermatitis,| sidering the “For i
One only in stock $110.00, LASHLEY’S|steads with springs and mattrenses TAKE NOTICE expectorants, preparations for fluid te] tional Class under the Svening hationae August to 4th September Vessel For Closes tn Barbados
LIMITED, Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Mahogany and painted bedstead with piacqne® eee. hormones Ee Members are asked not to miss this ugust to 1 Sep ‘ SS. “SPECIALIST” Lond 28th Aug
.8.50—4n, | SPring and mattress dpi ‘7 te prepa motics, hypoten-| opportunit, “t a Ds rs . London .
Si ae ae alle, SOR ABy I Satis and -sumtnited Weandstcair etnies CANADIAN BEAUTY sives, insect repellants, laxatives...cathar-| to wttend.” aod 0 make 'e special effort IMPERIAL OPTICAL CO
. i _|eny and i ? cs, and purgatives, leucocyte stimulants,
aimee (Tied rere ao | Beetle one ane, aaing lane: | o™*4 GARG? "OE UQODS BULLS |, ita, "meee eats SE sary Bl 16.8.60-—I0 no Meee eer
si , ‘d hose, e! . | . almic in medica’ tec- . ¥. a .
Gition. LEY'S LIMITED, Pr. Wm. te tonahat TIGt Hint oe Bee whose trade or business address is 460| tive dressings, sedatives, Seamalaate: - - o Se eee DA COSTA & co LTD —Agents
Hy. St. 16.8.50—4n, 3 burner Oil Stove, wood stove, and an Nae eT Peery cit ad Sicaient Fk etkie lien ih ; ;
ie rer several other it » Province of juebec, minion of} stimulants, general tonics, efie acid OTI
FURNITURE mention. pic eid hi enn taal ee er ma re Seo ‘ varicose oe onan N CE —— - ~ 1
Terms Cash. ? a trade mark in Part "A" o s' vesoconstrictors, vaso dilators, vehicles SSS SSS SS OS SEE
4 DEABOY Az BOOT! in connection with wheat flour and will| e.g. inactive carriers or diluents for Tot tate, of IDA WALROND \

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y —_—— —~ be entitled to register the same after one ive thera |
gibtn a pair Manoa” Rocke “0.0 Moat em ue ak dn” ot Au {G8 | potatos Sey conte nan preg’ | Rcffsionn,tn ibe nent ot Harieaes, | CPA VERW GUEST CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE
any $75.00 Antique mahogany sideboard Unless some person shall in the meantime | arations” and will be entitled to register| inthe Teectnee toe qty. jof Toronto | « F P °
$45.00 small mahogany tables from UNDER THE SILVER give, notice in duplicate to me at MY/ the same after one month from the 5th 5 font of Ontario, Canada,
$10.00 upward, Cedar presses from cffice of opposition of such registration,| day of August, 1950, unless some person} Aji Banda Tnatiiie lee” sinet the HOUSE
$45.00 upward, Stained birch chairs HAMMER bi ee sree tn be seen on applica- inti in the meantime give notice in| Estate of the said Ida Waren Wowell { FRENCH LINE
Dae sind Oiumetous other artiekee at OR PR RR UAT bre sere ocaes S6 ta vated this 14th day of August, 1980. SP euch segistetion, "Ehs ttede tert oa he ote eee no on the 2nd) } HASTINGS, BARBADOS
‘ ‘ jams we Ww se’ is H LLI i r ys > p si
‘Alley, Gial 4008, open'€ a-m. to'4 pom. | Hour appointments ak No. 40 Graeme Rogistrls of rade marke, |"pited this hath aay of August 1900, | Mrcot,of, the same whn the undersigned |} EXCELLENT CUISINE 3.8. “GASCOGNE” — Sailing to Plymouth on the 17th August,
fe : nae ’ cian” al errace, which includes: - » ator on or £
daily. 15.8,'50.—3n. | Vary nice Morris Suite Sette for 3 15 negisden! of VHA tats before the ae (fay of ‘August, 1950. FULLY STOCKED BAR 1950.
7 a and 2 Arm Chairs with Spring Cushions; ' ie a late the ninistrator will RATES: 5.00 a
win eens i petaara aa Class Top Coffee Table, Nest of Tables, NOTICE 15.8. 50—3n proceed to distribute the said Estate { § per Day & For Further Particulars, Apply to:—
Beer tet eithemivror and severnt| zea Troltey, Cock-Tail & ornament TAKE having regard only to the claims of upwards 3
he faa wir fy oe aa eT Tables all in Mahogany; Electric Table cl it shall then have had notice 4 (Inclusive)
Sarjent?â„¢ Roebuck "street Opgoste Lay FRR. Caen, Set PALMELIVE TAKE NOTICE | aceite sisson me 2 809.04) | A ony RM. JONES & CO, LTD.-Agents
; P : arge E : an reads, “7 } a
Commie ane: 15.8-50—3n vith Slumberland & 2 with Vono igs| THAT COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET DECELENE D. V. BYNOE, { virs. W. S. HOWELL i ae ” .-Aagen
“1& 4 Deep Siecep. Mattresses, t's] COMPANY, LIMITED, a4 corporation H. L. THOMAS, ae yy
LIVESTOCK Compactum and Dressing Table, Lady’s| organized under the laws of the Domin- That DOWNS, COULTER AND COM- Attorneys for ?
Wardrobe & Dressing Table with mirror] jon of Canada, whose trade or business} PANY, LIMITED whose trade or NATIONAL TRUST COM aia - — a eee ee eee ne ne nea
MULES — Two Serviceable Kentucky | inside, Bedside Tables in Mahogany’! address is 64 Colgate Avenue Toronto,| «idress is 4, Currer Street, Bradford, in PANY, LIMITED, ate LALLA IVES *«
Mules about $150.00 each Wall Mirrors, Hang Pressee; Dressing. & | Canada, has applied for the registration] the County of York, England, trading Administrator with the Will| & ,
Six well bred Heifers 12 10 15 months | Bedside Tables in Birch, Children’s | of q trade mark in Part ‘A” of Register| as Cloth Manufacturers has applied for annaeed x PASSAGES TO IRELAND
Old. HAROLD PROVERBS & Co. Lid. | Bedsteads & Beds, Cedar Press, Canvas] jy “connection with Toilet Soap, Cos-| the registration of a trade mark in Past 9.8.50—3n | S
16.8. 50-3. bon Deer ees eaine sch aaa i metics Toilet Preparations, Perfumes, | “A” of Reaister in connection with ®
achments, Servis asbing achine . di and Dusting] cctton piece goods, piece goods compos ~ %
MECHANICAL perfect. condition, Bath Scales, Enguish | Toilet Water, Tale Powder ium ‘Cream, | wholly of artificial silk or of mixtures of ||| pon youR INSURANCE 18 ANTILLES PRODUCTS LTD., Roseau, Dominica, offer
—_____— 5 Burner Oil ‘Stove with Gre aueten! Hand Cream, Hand Lotion, Leg Make~ COLIC gn a RAE Rit of eal ape NEEDS — CONSULT Tm Passages to Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from Roseay
CYCLE — One Blue Humber Gents | Kitchen Utensils. Tables, Dresser, Larder, | UP» Rouge, Lipstick, Eyebrow Pencil, | Oise predominating, and will be entitled ANDREW D. SHEPPARD || <~ about 23rd August, and thereafter about every thirty-three days.
Sports Cycle — 3Speed and Dyno-Hub | Ironing Board, Play Pen 7 x 7, Chila's| Face, Lollon, | Cream ee a ae w register the same after one month Representing i} Single Fare, £70, usual reductions for children,
ae with Battery set -— 18 months old, | Push Cast & ene ste aul Furni- Bienaea, Brilliantine, | Shampoo Prep-| from the 4th day of August, 1950, unless Confederation Life Association ‘ Apply direct.
one 2100. 16.8.50—I1n. | ture {s as ac Bee vi by ne a arations, (Nail Polish, Nail Polish] some person shall in the ee sivt C/o F. B. ARMSTRONG LTD., & IN PLASTIC
TYPEWRITER — One Portable t Tome Gan en ue MAS oioes* | Thinners, and removers Astringents, roe e on ot such, registration, ‘The eee tae hae aaa x FO 'S
WO TER on” Beane Made n| BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | Deodorants, Smelling Salts, | Sunbura) 220" mark can be seen on application ieee La R LADIES
U.S.A ractically new Apply Bata , i _ | Preventative, Cleansing Pads, Baby oO} be office = pe % Pink, Blue and Green
Shoe ‘Stove Broai St. 15.8.50—2n. ae 2 Dental Cream, Dental Powder, Liqui ated this 14th day of August 1980, = | K ’ >
. St. " | Dentifrice, Shaving Cream, Shaving i. WILLIAMS, % $2.18 EACH
a, Soap, Tooth Brushes, Reazors, Safety Registrar of Trade Marks. M
POULTRY 1 will cutecetaead Be Public Compe- | Razors, Safety Razor Blades, daundry 15.8.50—3n METAL TURNING x PLASTIC
MUSCOVY DUCKLINGS—10 dave old| tition on FRIDAY 18th at 2 p.m, at my| Soap, Soap apake oats Seanid si THREAD CUTTING % ,
2/- each. Dial 9109. e office VICTORIA STREET: Boek Sere Wteminae eee. ete WELDING x ~ e
. Dia ; eee, (1) One eight acre of land at PROMEN-| Soap, Hair Dressing, Manicure Imple- TAKE NOTICE x HEAD TIES
ar ‘| ADE ROAD, Spooners Hill with fhe chat- eerret ee be Oe to toe BATTERY CHARGING % K INC J B
ate tel dwelling house called “CLUNY"| the same after one mon rom §
Sanity Sneoran meEOI Poneman ie standing thereon. Consists of double| day of August 1950 unless some person HEINZ MOTOR REPAIRS x 25c. EACH + in . G.



old. Also some good cockerels Can . HEINZ COMPANY, & - > ~ ‘ "i
be seen any day from 2 to ¢ p.m. at oer ae ery Umar" | EE weds ‘vobigeeapinm the trade mark can edrorenins x the, Commonwealth’ of| fm Se — % PLASTIC PANTIES
‘Maristow" Maxwell's Coast, Phone] VACANT POSSESSION: be seen on application at my office. Pennsylvania, United States of America, % for Babies — 36c. up Eas
8402 15.8.50—2n.| (2) 1,817 square feet land at MAHOG-| pated this 14th day of August 1950. whose trade or business address is GURDON BOLDEN SHOP AT : What makes a Suit a Work
ANY LANE with a wall dwelling house H. WILLIAMS. 1062, Progress Street, Pittsburgh, Penn- * .
MISCELLANEOUS and out offices standing thereon. House Registrar of Trade Marks. sylvania, United States of America has f Art?
contains drawing, dining, two bedrooms, 15.8.50—3n | applied for the registration of a trade BARBADOS GARAGE, 0 rt?



ANTIQUES— of every description | (3) “CORALVILLE” standing on 8,434
Glass, China, old Jewel fine er. ‘ nection with canned, tinned, and Roebuck S’. : vie °
Watercolours Early Nockee Maps, Auto- at re ee At net aoe angt TAKE NOTICE bottled food products, and will be 130, S*. : Dial 3631 Pr. When it is Tailored to
graphs, etc.. at Gorringes Antique Shop| Gining. 3 ‘bedrooms, ‘usual out. offices, entitled to register the same after one 5 » Wm. Henry and
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PAGE EIGHT



W.L-England Locked Venezuelan At Polo
In Tense Struggle

@ From Page 1

inspired, Hutton notwithstanding.
The Engiand opening batsmen took
no kind of chance and often failed

te grasp fair opportunities to get | four.

seme badly needed runs, Unfor-
tunately for Simpson, when he at
long last tried to help himself to
four runs off a sheer gift from
Valentine he failed to get hold of
it and was out in a manner most
unworthy of an England number
one. Hutton was the complete
cricketer, and maintained his mas-
tery of the situation despite dis-
concerting moments when the two
West Indian slow bowlers came on

to bowl.
Like Worrell
His execution of the drive, both
forward and off his back foot, is
a pure delight. Like Worrell, he
has plenty of time to make the

shot and seldom hurries his
stroke. Like Worrell too, he
seems to lean over and take a

good look at the ball outside the
off stump before late cutting it
with almost careless ease and
surprising force.

Sheppard did not improve the
shining hour to earn himself °
ticket for Australia. His runs, his
single boundary excepted, were
seratched rather than scored, an
though the ball that bowled hin
was well flighted, it was full, and
should have been at least staved
out without undue difficulty

Compton
Compton, after an opening over
or two which did him little credit





tine to the boundary
innings reached three figures afte:

175 minutes when Hutton hit
;}Ramadhin hard past midon for
Thereafter the batsmen



LEN HUTTON
—scored a brilliant 160 not out
for England yesterday.

settled down to take things quietly
pending the luncheon interval, but
Ramadhin dashed their hopes and
jneppard was bowled with his last
all with the score at 120 runs.
Sheppard had contributed an
unimpressive 11 while Hutton was
still fighting heroically every inch

come out of his chrysalis to show! the master with 69 to his credit

us the master he undoubtedly is.
His is a different type of cricke
from Hutton’s, and the two of
them may be compared to Worrel
and Weekes, the Middlesex man
resembling the latter.

The West Indian bowling toda)

deserves considerable credit
Neither Valentine nor Ramadhi
was (really collared, not evet

when Hutton and Compton wer

together. The figures of the tw

spinners make this plain.
Ramadhin 41 19 63 1, Valentine

49 17 90 2.

The future of West Indian
cricket looks rosy indeed when
we think that these two boy:

are only 20 years old and will b«





sweeps to
Ramadhin,
ed within
hours when Compton pulled a full
pitch from Valentine to mid-wicket
available for service on its behalf} for three.

After Lunch

Denis Compton received an up-
coarious welcome ag he came out
of the pavilion with Hutton after
tunch, but he was twice beaten by
Valentine before he had scored.
He also survived an appeal when
amadhin rapped him on the pads
({ was fifteen minutes before he
yroke his duck. The Middlesex
slar soon settled down and entered
jouble figures with successive
the leg boundary off
The 150 was register-
ten minutes of four

This was a scoring rate

for many years to come. Englant|of less than forty an hour, and
with six wickets in hand are now|even a couple of boundaries. by

221 behind. Not her mast ardent
supporter will bet heavily on this
result, and the more faint hearte
will undoubtedly fear the worst
The Game

It was a cold leaden drizzly sk)
under which Hutton and Simpson
resumed the England innings, Hut-
ton taking the strike from Worrell
bowling from the Pavilion
Taking a single off the last ball,








Hutton still only raised the score
to 161 by the end of the fourth
hour,
ever since the lunch interval and
Goddard eventually called on Jones
to use it after an hour had passed.

The new ball had been due

Brilliant Drive
Hutton soon reached his century

End. | with a brilliant cover-drive which
left the field standing as it smack-

Hutton then faced a maiden from|ed resoundingly on the boundary

Jones leaving Simpson to treat
Worrell with similar respect,
Thirteen runs came with both
bowlers keeping accurate lengths
except for one which slipped out
of Worrell’s hand and went way
over Hutton’s head for four byes.

At 47, Goddard brought on Ram-
adhin to try his deceptive spinners
from the Pavilion End in place of
Worrell. Ramadhin beat Hutton
four times during a maiden over in
which he rapped him on the pad
on three occasions,

Hutton Beaten

boards.
man’s



This was the Yorkshire-
twelfth Test century and
the ninety-first of his career, He

had got 10 boundaries in his four
and a half hours at the wicket,
and had been as polished on the
attack as he was technically per.
fect in defence.

His century completed, Hutton
started to go for the bowling and
three quick fours, all lovely shots,

sent the 200 up after 4 hours and
35 minutes.
and while the speed boylers were
still in action, these two English

Fifteen minutes later

Jones kept pegging away from]|stars had added 100 in the same

the other end until Simpson drove
him for the first four of the morn-
ing. Then after ah exciting over
from Ramadhin in which one from
Hutton’s bat flew just past Stoll-
meyer’s left hand, Valentine came

himself
Soon
had a piece of luck when Hutton



number of minutes.

At 222 Goddard tried Gomez for
the first time and took the ball
from the Vauxhall end.
after this the West Indies

on to beat Hutton more than once } played a ball from Gomez in the

in his initial over,

After two hours the total was
just 48, The score ambled aimless-
ly along and 44 had been added in
70 minutes when Simpson used a
eross bat at a not very good ball
from Valentine and gave Jones a
“eatch down his throat” to the left
ot the square leg umpire. Simpson
had brought off two really magnifi-



direction of the squate leg umpire.

He called “no run” immediately
he made the stroke, but Compton
had already covered considerable
ground in his anxiety to make the
run. Stollmeyer fielded and re-
turned to Gomez, and England's
third wicket had fallen for 229.
“ompton’s share of this total was
44, many of which came from

cent strokes this morning—one the | strokes which plainly showed that

eover drive and the other
straight drive off Ramadhin which
sped away from Gomez as
chased it from the long on position.
Uncomfortable

Sheppard came in and faced
what must have been the most un-
comfortable first over of any new
England number three. Valentine
had metaphorically tied him up in
knots and the West Indian support-
ers in the open stands were en-
couraged to chant “we want Shep-
pard”. Eventually the newcomer
scrambled out of the slough of

despond and settled down a little | emenged.

better although Hutton was still

trying to farm the bowling away | left-handers
from him, and Goddard was gath- | Vauxhall
him—sad | spectively

ering six men round
commentaries on a_ batsman
high in England’s order.
Hutton took a crisp four with a
cover drive off Valentine which
scudded past Goddard like an ice
hockey puck on a néwly frozen
rink, and repeated the shot not
long after to reach his individual

so

Meanwhile Sheppard had batted | better sty]
himself in somewhat. better shape. ! bridge

He showed one really fine shot

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great reputation which this
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tribute Dewes came in
and held on unimpressively until

After Tea

Gomez had only bowled one
over after tea when rain halted
play: This fine grey drizzle, which
in this country is defined as rain,
kept the players indoors for a full
hour. It was only after a pro-
longed period of impatient clap-
ping by the crowd that the covers

were removed and the umpires
Valentine and Worrell
bowled on the resumption, the

trundling from the
and Pavilion ends re-
Worrell was only
allowed une over, however, before
Gomez was brought back.

With the clock on the stroke of
six, Worrell caught Dewes off Val-
entine. It was a fine eatch, Wor-
rell sitting down in his effort to
hold a hot, deliberate late cut.

Dewes, the fourth English bats-
man to go, had added 17 in much
than his fellow Cam-
undergraduate. In
he made fewer runs

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This Afternoon

MR. A. RODRIGUEZ who will
be with the Venezuelan Polo ‘Team
when they visit Barbados for a
tournament, will be taking part in
some of the chukkas this afternoon
on the Barbados Polo Club ground
at the Garrison.

Mr. Rodriguez is here on a short

holiday with his charming wife,
and has alréady played séverai
chukkas with the local teams. His
is a style and technique that ean
only come from professional teath-
ig, and with the added asset that
he is a good horseman, there is
no doubt that if the rest of his
team are ag good—thé Barbados
side will have a hard fight to equal
or beat the visitors. It is very
unfortunate that owing to a pre-
vention now placed on the im-
portation of all animals from
Venezuela, due to certain afimal
diseases having broken dut in that
country, the Polo Team will not be
allowe@ to bring their horses,

There will however, be enough
horses for the visitors to mount
when all the new ones have finish-
ed their schooling, so the job of
training them is being pressed for-
ward, Already Bandit and Brigand
of the Kingsland stables have
“passed their @¢xams’ ‘and by the
time the visitors arrive the rest
should be capable of doing their
duty



Accommodation At

Kernisington

SIR ALLAN COLLY MORE,
President of the Barbados Cricket
Association told a Board of Man-
agement meeting on Monday after-
noon that if more accommodation
Was to be had at the Oval he
thought that the Cricket Associa- |
tion should receive a share of the
gate receipts accruing from ali
activities held at Kensington.

The Secretary reported that so
far the Barbados Amateur Athletic
Association had not paid a share
of gate receipts to the Cricket
Association. It was decided to
write the President of the B.A.A.A.
informing him of the matter and
asking for a copy of the expenses
incurred during the local and
{ntercolonial meetings.

Appointed as a Committee to go
into the draft rules of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control
submitted by Jamaica were:—Sir
Allan Collymore, Messrs. J. W. B.
Chenery, E. L. G. Hoad, T. N.
Peirce and W. F. Hoyos. This
committee will also consider the
agenda proposed for the General
Meeting of the W.1.C.B. of Control
to be held in October and make
recotnmendations the local
Board.

Members present were:— Sir
Allan Collymore, Kt. (Chairman);
Messrs. J. W. B. Chenery, E, L. G.
Hoad, T. N. Peirce, E. D. Inniss,
A. de L. Inniss, B. de L, Inniss,
W. K. Atkinson, E. A. V. Williams
and W. F. Hoyos, Secretary.

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Ezzard Charles Fit |
For Title Fight |

BUFFALO, New York, Aug. 15.

Ezzard Charles, N.B.A._ rec-
ognised world heavyweight
champion weighed in at 1834
pounds for tonight’s 15-round
title fight. here with Freddie
Bessore.

The challenger scaled 2% pounds
lighter at 180, pounds. Though
heavier than his usual fighting
weight, Charles looked trim and on
edge for the fight.—Reuter.













iooked more of a batsman today

than he had at Trent Bridge.
Bailey was next man in and was

presented with a full toss by Val-

Next over from the same bowler,
Hutton reached his 150 by crack-
ing another loose delivery to the
midwicket boundary. He had been
batting at this stage for just under
6 hours, At 271 Ramadhin re-
placed Gomez. Hutton took a sin-
gle off the first delivery and Bailey
waved his bat with intent but
without harm at the remainder.

The batsmen carried the score
to 282 by the drawing of stumps.
Hutton surviving an appeal for
1.b.w. off the last ball of the day
delivered by Valentine. Hutton
was 160 and Bailey 9.

Scores:—

WRST INDIES — 1ST, INNINGS 503

ENGLAND —! 18T. INNINGS
Hutton not out is " ee
Simpson c Jones b Valentine ... 30
Sheppard b Ramadhin il
Compton run out : WwW
Vewes ¢ Worréll b Valentine ...... 17
Bailey not out ......,.. see 9
Extras b. 5, iba. 6 1

282
3229,

Total (for 4 wkts.)

Fall of wkts 1—73, 2—120,

4-259
BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo M R Ww

Jones 22 4 64 0
Worrell 20 9 30 0
Ramadhin a 19 63 1
Valentine 49 Ww 90 2
Gomez 10 3 24 6
Goddard 1 1 0 0



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

SILVER CUP MATCH
TO-DAY —

THE Youthful Printers, the
touring Cricket team from Trini—
dad who arrived in the colohy a

fortnight ago will engage the
Advocate’ Cricket team in the
final test match at Queen's

Park today, The mateh begins
at 1 o'clock; the first tést matcn
ended in a draw in favour of the
‘Advocate’ on Monday, anc what
makes this final so interesting is
the presentation of a J¢frey's
Silver Cup arranged through tne
local Agents of Jeffrey's Beer and
Stout, Messrs. S. Musson
Son & Co., Ltd

Both teams are prepared to wit
this trophy therefore the public
ean anticipate a very thrilling
game.

The following city firms have
also donated prizes which will be
on show at Messrs, DaCosta & Co.,
Litd., today.

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1 Bat by Messrs. C. F. Harfiso:
& Co., Ltd,

1 Bat by Messrs A. Barnes & Co .
Ltd.

1 Pair Pads by Messrs. Johnso.
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$5.00 by Messrs. Perkins & Co.,
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$2.00 N. E. Wilson & Co.

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House on Saturday night will close
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ed them and it is hoped in the
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Castillo, G. Glasgow, W. Reece, 0. |
Knight, C. Waterman. !

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N. Holder, E. McComie, D. Archer,
F. Humphrey, T. Maynard, K.
Graham, C. Hinds, H. Husbands,
N. Alkins, R. Austin, G. Browne.

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TAG I FOfR RARBVDOS ADVOCATE WEDSKSDAi \1 (,l •''' % %  BARBADOS & AlMXffTE *— .T *••-— *-' —-i KWrdnrsda>. AUKUM "•• I* 50 KOREA ONE would have thought that the people of Great Britain would have been deeply conscious of the great assistance they received from the people of the United States during and since the last war. They ought to be. Yet everyone knows many Britons in Barbados who have been almost glorying in the fact that this time the burden o! holding the baby of democracy has fallen upon American soldiers. Last time it was the British who bore the brunt they say. Let Uncle Sam feel the pinch. Such talk is not only thankless, it is dangerous. And worst ol all it is untrue. Because the war in the East has been waged for several years and the British in Hong Kong and Malaya have for months now been bolstering the defences of that part of South Asia. Then the bulk of the French Army is engaged in Indo-China. In the Philippines forces are engaged in preserving law and order against insurrectionists. Korea has only thrown into rtttaj tinperil of the East. The prompt action of the United Nations condemning the gangsterish aggression of the North Koreans is spectacular only because the world had grown so accustomed to the policy of Russian appeasement. Korea means that the world has grown tired of Russia's response to the offer of cooperation and believes that further concessions to Russia are equivalent to putting their collective heads on the hangman's block. In the words of Time Magazine August 14th, "The Russians have forced the free world, in any choice between guns and butter to choose guns. If Western Europe ignores that lesson, it will one day have neither guns, butter nor freedom." We in Barbados have not been called yet to make any sacrifice for Korea. But we can begin now, not only to pray for peace but to show gratitude and thankfulness that our American cousins are shedding their blood in Korea that we might enjoy peace. Mr. B. A. TWilliam* THE retirement of Mr. B. A. T. Williams. Comptroller of Customs, removes from the Civil Service one of its quiet and efficient officers whose round of duty was done over a period of years away from the glare of publicity but with an unsurpassed allegiance and elllciency. Mr. Williams will retire at the end of three months' leave which began last week. He joined the service as an unpaid Supernumerary in November 1904 and for 9 years served in the General Post Office and the Courts. His first appointment to the Customs was in November 1913 when he became 21st Officer. For the remaining 37 years he was only out of the Customs for a short time lo become Clerk of the Police Magistrate's Court and Revenue Officer at District "C" and Assistant Clerk and Store-keeper at the Public Works Department. He eventually returned to the Customs to become yet another distinguished Comptroller. In the early days of his service in the Customs Mr. Williams was recognised as a conscientious officer who was not prepared merely to follow the letter of the law but to use his discretion in order to facilitate the work of the Department and to maintain happy relationships with the mercantile body without whose co-operation the efficient administration of the Customs was impossible. This policy he continued during his lust years as head of that Department und it is this which has made him highly respected among the members of the mercantile body. Many years passed before he became Comptroller; but it was his misfortune to have as senior officers a line uf distinguished men who were promoted ahead of him. The greatest tribute to him and his administration however is that of the general public who feel that nut since the days of Mr. S. T. Harrisson. CMC. has there been more efficient customs administration with so little frictionQuiet, friendly and with a fund of good humour Mr. Williams maintained friendships with all sections of society and it was his deep knowledge of the people and conditions with which he had to deal which enabled him lo carry out his duties, especially during thfl years of the last war with such efficiency. He has now retinf 1 and carries with him the best wishes of his colleagues of the %  ervio DI I a wide circle of friends for many and happy years. The World's a Wonderful Hall Buill like an egg in an egg-box Re-arm Germany? Jaf KURT IS SCARED Germans watch Koiea and say: 'Give us back our Panzers D. v. SCOTT TO-DAYS SPECIALS a, CO., LTD. at the COLONNADDH> S.-lkir I have just visited tinmost I itastir modem building In the v. irld. It is the Royal Festival Hall c the South Bank of the Thames, c igncd to be part of the 1951 I hibition. When scientists, mathcmati< ii-. and sound experts joined |! • team of 15 L.C.C architects lo i' ign the perfect concert hall, t y decided lo build it in the l' .pe of an egu in an ecu-box. \nd they have done it. Thli 1 )00,000 structure has been b .It around HOUND. Two Skim THE hall is suspended like an (Kg with flat sides In a box. NuaM It kept out by two skins of concrete. 10ms. thick, separate! by n 12in air space. Where the outer skin touches sports, brick and concrete is l Alan %  ... khank consultation with musicians and ncientists; mathematician-, sforfctd. out the site and shape. "We adopted rather iru -tvi.of the Greek theatre with a raked auditorium and a stepped platform for the artists," said one of the architects, "god likf the Greeks, we have a :ound reflector between the audience and the a rusts. Floor Strip "THE Greeks used an ornamental pool. The water reflected the higher frequencies which have a tendency lo be absorbed before they reach the buck of the hall. "Instead of water, we are using a slab of Merioneth slate 75ft long by 19ft. as a strip of floor between the first row of seats and the platform." The platform and side walls will be highly wax polished to give the maximum nfltcUOU of sound; there will be no carpet. Percussion instruments (drums. etc.) will have I concrete platform of their own to reduce resonance. This Is n "tuned" coimil ball. the only ime in the woild Tuned? Yes. just like I VttfcUD or piano. For %  icntists and mathematicians themselves cannot guarantee perfection. Musicians will evrntually "tune" it by ear. The wall* are of IM panels of plywood, to be lakei out. bored and fretted until %  most an exact babnc obtgtui 'i Kev.nance ORCHESTIC AS will play in the hail fur three months next year while musicians listen ond suggest alterations fir modiflcations Pine tuning will be MCompllshed by taking out hundreds of six-Inch plugs in the celling and substituting milk-botlleshaped "baffles Seating will N that the empty hal same proper) ies o it were full. The audience IT the interlocking constituting the loo hall is for decoration. This is designed to absorb ttv lower frequencies. The Echo LEATHER panels at the back of the. hall are there nut for beauty but to absorb echo. Even the attracttva ceiling design is a mathematician's answer to the demand* of sound reflection When Signor Toscanini taps the rostrum with his baton ano 3,500 people listen to the ilrst concert next year, they will find that Britain has given a great new home to music and a great architectural lead to the world, l-ondoi Express Service designed vill have the sound as if think that wood-facing wall of the One Debt We Owe To The Polo Player Who Turned Pilot IIS Group lap*. Ilutfh lluiicluv. Ift.S.O.. M.l M OST Buecessful plane being used against the Reds in Korea Is the P—SI (Mustang) flRliter-bomber, a piston-cnglned veteran of the last war It is a fighting symbol of AngloAmerican co-operaUon. For Its US -designed alrframe Is powered by a British Rolls-Royce Merlin engine The plane has a romantic history. In 1940 Lord Be aver brook, then Minister ol Aircraft Production, decided that Merlins must be built in the U.S He tt u.l first to make a contact with Ford, and failed The Packard firm stepped Into the breach. 25S 1 %  • •^T 2S37IB k !i ^tiaaaarf* "• l : ^2i'*TarV \ *' x*> %  While li" icgotiaI going M -ill. i British %  n blueprints crossed the Atlantic warship. Mr. Morris Wilson, the WashInKton agent of the MInstry, went to Halifax, Nova Scotta. to L-ollect them. He look with him a large brief case in which to carry the precious documents. TWO Tuns When he arrived he found to his astonishment two tons of plans, which gave America every detail of the Merlin. These went to the Packard factory at Detroit, where production was apeeded up by every possible means, and at a cost, so it is said, of many, many millions uf dollars to the British Government. Meanwhile, U.S. Air Force lest pilots, m no way connected with these great events an.l probably knowing nothing of them, were putting the new Mustang lighter through its paces. Everyone who flew it reported that it was a fine airplane In all respects but one. The Allison engine with which it was equipped wu not sufficiently powerful for the plane, which slipped along at very high speeds m level flight, but locked the Kuts and bile needed for quick climbing and twisting in combat. In this vital particular It was inferior to contemporary British and German planes. New Life The U.S. had no alternative engine to replace the Allison, so il seemed that the Mustang was doomed to be relegated for u few specialist d u ties. Suddenly new life corne fn the /*-.'] from an unerjtected quarter. The story switches to a man named Tommy Hitchcock, best known in Britain as a rich, amusement-loving playboy. He was the greatest polo player of his da> and was immensely popular. When the U.S. ran* into the war. Hitchcock was scat to Britain as Assistant Air Attache in London. Though ho was officially too old for flying rJuUae, he spent much of his time in the air. piloting "very kind of machine he %  ould l hit hands on. Superb fi ii-ai (Me man who cometoed Ihg brilliant Idea of purring a R"l\t-Ro\ice fsftphtfl in In a Mustang air/rat".-. Or.niitf.it the i .ane was il/lrd from mi-ttlocrity lo great Oui of thai union came a Ofhter plana which every pilot. British and American wanted lo lly. I know; for I piloted the Mustang with both kinds ol engine. For all-round performance, fur sweetness uf handling, for IU ft is.itilily In action, the Mustang with the Rolls-Royce engine was probably the beat plane of tinwar. Now in Korea theu are still Mii/inii "Super." Tommy Hitchcock died in April 1M4—killed near Salisbury while carrying out tactical trlab in a P—51. —L.E S BERLIN. THE GERMAN Taxi-driver teetered along the Iron Curtain atrasae separating East and West Berlin this afternoon, and repeated my question to him as he pulled up in the shadow of the Brandenburg Gate. He said: "Does Germany want an army again? Over therV—and he pointed through the great gate—"they already have an army, a German Communist one. Of course, we want one in the West, too, not for its ownj sake, you know, but to defend ourselves— against that." He pointed again through the gate into the Communist Unter den Linden, with its Red slogans and posters. "We will be at their nv. rcy if we don't arm ourselves too." He was an ex-Luftwaffe pilot, and said: "1 want to get back into a plane." Kurt, the barman, who served in a crack panzer unit, told me much the same. "Six months ago," he said, "I was against a new aimy. Now it is different. We want to be able to defend ourselves," Ex-officers' associations are flooding the West German Government with demands for a new German army. Hitler's crack panzer expert. General Kurt von Munteuffel, now working in a screw factory in the Ruhr, recently sent a memorandum to Chancellor Adenauer demanding a German army of 30 divisions with strong panzer formations. The Fear The German military commentators, eluding General Dittmar of the Berlin wartime radio, are at their old job, commenting on the Korean war. They sniff at the Americans, and suggest that they could do tl i job quite easily. They believe that West Germany will have an army of some sort within a year. The Americans are already giving rifles to 1G.OO0 Germans, who will be quartered in 1).iiracks once built by Hitler. And the British authorities are following thfl American lead. Let us be fair to the Germans. They are a dangerous people with or without arms. But their desire for an army to-day to play its' part in Western defence is not motivated by the wish for a war of revenge against the West. It is born of fear. Before the Korean attack they were afraid of what the Soviet Union and the East German Communist army might do to them in the West. Now. after Korea, they are lerrifled. They see themselves as another "Sot/h Korean vacuum" into which the East might like to pour its hordes for far richer booty and treasure than they have found 'n the A.-iatic paddy fields. The Dilemma The Western leaders, whether they like it or not, must face up to the dilemma of the West: to arm, or not to arm, the 50,000,000 in I Western Germany. Military exports say that the only reason I for not re-arming the Germans could be the)! conviction that an open conflict between East and West is impossible, or the fear of a resurgent Germany. The supporters of the establishment of a German army, however, say that the danger of such an East-West conflict might become more unlikely if the West is strengthened by strong German military' forces. There are. of course, great dangers in such a plan. These are:— 1. THE RE-ARMING of Western Germany %  night provoke the Soviet Union to strike before the army wa> fully functioning. 2. THE GERMANS, who will never give up their dream of regaining the lands losl in the east to Poland and Russia, might starl a war with the Soviet Union or her satellite, the East German Republic, and drag the West in with her. 3. THE POSSIBILITY that re-armed Western Germany might make a pact with the Soviet Union, once more dividing Poland between them. The Price The West German Government will: demand a price before it agrees to an army or full co-operation. This will include a peace settlement, the i restoration of full sovereignty and the withdrawal of the Western occupation forces once' the new German Wehrmacht is strong enough. The Bonn Government has already said it will not supply German infantry as "cannon fodder" for the West. The Germans want either a real army with strong panzer and Luftwaffe formations to collaborate with the West—or nothing. — London Express Service. u. %  ...!:> Now F| Tins CHALLENGE PEAS ? %  17 ~*f Tim PILCHARDS 21 .19 H TinOKAJTOE JUICE U %  J WE OFFER VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE HOSE W and HOSt: FTTTING8 A MINIMI:WATERING POTS GARDEN TROWELS FRTJNER8 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.—Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. Our Header* Sin: Wah! To the Editor, The Advocate — SIR. A* 1 am leaving Barbados today fregretfully.) I should like to lake this opportunity of iha:ikinu everyone who has helped to make our slay in Barbados io enjoyable. I leave behind the others who will be under the care of DS.M. IIW Christopher. II N hoped thai I hey will salt early on Thursday. I would like 10 thank especially Mr H. H Williams who saved us the discomfort of sleeping on I schooner tor • third night and looked after ua till it was possible for the proper authority lo take over To the Principal of Erdlston College lor grantinfi permission for the use of the College grounds for camping and regret we could nol takr advantage of the kind offer also Mr C A. Worrell lor making the preliminary arrangements. For pcrmlsiion to caOU at Fort Ann, I should like to thanK Major Walcott, who we t.i mura our comfort and the Staff Oflkar, MUJOI 81 and Capt Dick Jordan, who di<' everything to make us very comfortable indeed, even lo the extent of providing paillasses We are most grateful to Mr. V. B. Williams for pler.ding our cause to the Commanding Officer of the Barbados Regiment Various officers who were M< peclally hospitable to mo and showed willingness on everv occasion to do what Ihey coulu lor the comfort and pleasure of The boyLaiit and by no UflflM PM we sre ever so grateful to Hr. Charles Springer, who helper to clear away the mists of misunderstanding and with Mr Lyle Harrison outdid themselves in measuring up to the principle of the 4th Scout Law, which enjoins friendliness and brother llness to every other scout. There will be happy rremories of the drive around the island which they organised and not to mention the care they took lo see that nothing was wanted done was left undone To the .several gentlemen who put their cars at our disposal, we give a %  pactAl "Wah"' meaning 'thanks in Scout language. And now. for myself. I mus* ask Ihe several friend-. I been able t. this occasion, to hold me excused F.ight days in Barbados is a very short time indeed to sec ali those you would like to see, to enjoy Barbadian hospitality and to run a Scout Camp, all In that very short period. It Is my hope that I will make amends on ..nother occasion, and perhaps much Mortar than I expect. Thanks everybody! Thanks B i ba losl WILFRED A. REDHEAD. District Commissioner Grenada Scout Camp. Fort Ann A.itu-r M. 1950. friend* To 'he Erftlor. The Advocate— SIR.~ The following editorial from the New York Times of July 29. 1939 Is worth noting. "It lb sadly true among nations as among individuals that friends of yesterday are not always Mean of today. In compensaij.emles of yesterday may not be enemies of today Vieeiv i ; i,. eiving the delegation of sixty Japanese "Itirials and business men and labour leaders, could recall a long period of 'peace and amity' %  aded the recent war and could hope for another such period. Chojiro Kunyama. member of the Japa n aea Diet, ould have an ll i :ig as he tol-i the Senate of his regret for Jaj .tii's "big mistake' and his iccognition of American "forgiveness and generosity." All this in Washington. DC, on Julv 28. 1950 Ultle less than five yenrs after atomic bombs fell on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. One thinks back in 1943 and one thinks ahead to some date no' yet unveiled. To befriend the Jtpancac now. to hope tor the best 'or them. not to condone the crimes their leaden committed in their name* and *rith their aid. It u merely to make clear that peace and goodwill can return even after the mnt terrible events, that though we must continue to hate evildoers who could without shame forgive the butchers of the Nazi internment camps* — we know that no nation Is beyond redemption. The word 'Russian' has a sinister sound for us today, fn God's good time when today's shadow has passed from the world. It may have a pleasing and genial sound. The Mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were among yesterday's visitors. If they felt that they too had something to forgive, they had achieved that miracle. For a moment one could see out of the present darkness Into the years when nil men may be hruthers." READER. 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August 16,

1956

Hacbados







COMMUNISTS GROS

PRINCE CHARLES

HAS A

Philip Celebrates

‘WO ROYAL salutes boomed forth in London

today to herald the

SISTER

With Champagne
LONDON, Aug. 15.

birth of the first new Prin.

cess in 14 years. Twenty-four-year-old Princess

Elizabeth gave birth to

her second child — a six-

pound girl—at ten minutes before noon (London

time).

The new Princess becomes third in line for the
Throne after her mother and the infant Prince
Charles, born to Elizabeth in 1948.

The new Princess and her mother were both report-
ed to be doing well in a bulletin signed by the four

doctors in attendance.

First to hear the news was the baby’s father, the Duke 0°

Edinburgh who had b-en waiting all morning in a nearby’|
He personally telephoned the
baby’s grand parents, Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham)

room in, Clarence House.

Palace just across the street and King George the Sixth.
oh a hunting vacation in Scotland,



World Crisis
Ends Council’s
Meeting

STRASBOURG, Aug. 15,
Many of the 125 representat. ses

from 15 countries attending the
second annual session of the
Council of Europe Consultative

Assembly were tonight calling for
early adjournment

As the Assembly today debated
on the Schuman Coal-Steel Pool-!
ing Plan, representatives of sever- |
al eountries including Great Brit-
ain met behind closed doors to
discuss how the present session
could be brought to an early end.

The idea now being canvassed
is that the Assembly, whith under
the Council of Europe Statute ‘s
entitled to meet for a; full calen-
dar month, should adjourn on
August the 26th, barely three

Then the Duke—who had hoped
tor a girl—brought out a bottle of
champagne and drank a toast with
members of his staff. Queen Eliza-
beth hurried across the street from
the Palace, Her gay smile when
she left for Clarence House was
the first indication to crowds wait-

ing outside that the announcement

was about to be made.

Within a few minutes the official
notice was posted on the gate of
Clarence House—and six police-
men took up stations around it to
protect it from souvenir hunters.
In Hyde Park a 41 gun salute went
off at the historic Tower of Lon-
don and a 62 gun salute rang out
over the Thames

Ships Salute

British wurships ail around the
world echoed the salute to the first
Princess born simee Princess Alex-—
andria was born to the Duchess of
Kent in 1936.

The new baby automatically
becomes Princess under a decree
signed by King George before
the birth of Prince Charles
Otherwise the children of Prin-

weeks after starting.

Advocates of adjournment pro-
posed that the Assembly -.should
resume later in the year, probably
in December.
te adjournment would on the
face of it.cut across the Council’s
Charter which lays down
there should be one s@ssion a year
lest one calendar month.

ig known, however, thay Paul
Henri Spaak, Belgian President of
the Assembly, has for some time
favoured the idea that the Assem--
bly should in any case meet twice
yearly.

Spaak is due to return to.Stras—
hbourg on Friday when the final
decision is expected to be made on
the Assembly’s duration. for consultation.

The Assembly’s Bureau — Con-| princess Elizabeth’s —_ mother,
sisting of President Spaak and its] Queen Elizabeth waited at Clar-
four Vier Presidents — discussed | ence House with the Duke of Edin-

cess Elizabeth would have no
titles. She will remain third in
succession unless Princess Eliza-
beth has another son in which
case he would take precedence.

Princess Elizabeth’s husband,
the Duke of Edinburgh returned
from Malta Naval Station on
July 26 to be with his wife at
her confinement

Her Doctors

Sir William Gilliatt, 66-year-old
Gynaecologist who brought Prince
Charles into the world 21 months
ago attended the birth with the
Royal Family's Physician Sir John
Weir and other doctors brought in



mediately by telephone at Bal-
. 2 . moral, Scotland where he is on a

Three More Picke
For M f ' Both he and the Princess had
~C.C. Tour hoped the new baby would be a
nounced the names of three play-} Chuter Ede, who followed custom
ers selected to tour Australia and | by pinning a notice to the door of
Cambridge and Sussex right hand | has traditional right to be in-
batsman; A. J. McIntyre, the Sur- ; formed, te
e
Both Sheppard and Mclintyre}cess Elizabeth through her con-
‘are in the fourth Test match now | finement. wa
eir

is the Royal



the question today without arriv- | burgh.
ing at a final decision—Reuter King George Sixth was told im-
shooting holiday. The Duke of
Edinburgh made a call.
LONDON, Aug, 15. girl. The new birth was promptly
The M.C.C. have tonight an-jsubmitted to Home _ Secretary
New Zealand this winter. the Home Office and telephoning
They were D. S. Sheppard, the|the Lord Mayor of London who
rey wicketkeeper; and R. Berry, Sir William Gilliatt was t
Lancashire slow left arm bowler. |Gynaecologist who attended Prin-
being played against the West] Sir John
Indies here. The remaining two

Family’s Physician. Other doctors

places for the team will be issued {were called in as consultants,

on August 27.—-Reuter.

ROYAL





:

SISTER HELEN ROWE, who
Prince Charles was born, now has

@ on pace 3

NURSE
£4



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|



| THE HAGUE, Aug. 15.

| Communist-led strikes today hit
| Ansterdam and Rotterdam, Hol-
jland’s two main seaports. At
Rotterdam 2,500 of 4,000 dockers
| walked out in a strike by Com-
munist-led Trade Unions de-
manding a t@n per cent wage
increase and the retention of the
| shift system As many of the
}remaining 1,500 workers were or
holiday the pom was almost
completely idle.

None of the Communist Unions
either condemned the stoppage or
appealed to dockers to resume
work. Most of the 1,800 dockers on
strike at Amsterdam belonged to
the reserve force only needed at
rush periods and Amsterdam was
not greatly affected. Misunder-
standing about calling of the strike



BRIDGETOWN HONOURS

FLAGS went up in Bridgetown yesterday as soon as it was

ness, Princess Blizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, had been safely delivered of a daughter at 11.50 a.m.
{ Ships in the harbour flew flags of all nationali ties.



A



officially

2,500 Strike | W.I.—England Locked
In Rotterdam’

In Tense

PRINCESS

announced that Her Royal High





Struggle

Slow Scoring In 4th Test

WEST INDIES
ENGLAND (for 4 wkts)
(By E. L.

THE “ASHES” will now |

503
282

COZIER)
LONDON, Aug. 15.
carried to the West Indies

Despite all the uncertainties of cricket, that is the one

comforting certainty now erystal clear.

Far from accepting

the challenge to obtain redemption today by the only course
possible. England played safe and at the end of the day |

found herself still 221 runs behind the West Indies first}

innings total.



we pe,

‘
brought some Amsterdam workers
off but they returned to work TOO MUCH
later.

A Communist led Union was FRUIT |
accused of distributing pamphlets. Trees ar

are ornamental and

Amsterdam striker. voted at a useful for other purposes as 1
meeting called today vy the Union well but a breadfruit tree
to make their de~ands the same as that overhangs the road on

those of wie Amsterdam workers

Amsterdam building workers
were also out today holding up
work on all big buildings but a
three day old taxi strike collapsed

lower Bay Street nearly
brought a passerby to. grief
yesterday.

A well grown fruit
dropped off the tree, struck

Eas ; ; |

i a car to struc’ ’
when companies threatened to Saami 3 ae ba
dismiss drivers who id = | the shoulder, If it had
resume work, Taxi services WeP®}) ctruck the yedestrian with
reported normal today Road

workers demanding five per cent
inerease also struck in Amster-

dam today.
—Reuter.



Two Nationalist

Movements Smashed

LONDON, Aug. 15.

Two Nationalist-directed under-
ground movements have been
smashed in Communist China’s
third largest city, said the Moscow
radio today. Police arrested 25
members of an organisation call-
ing itself “Column of anti-Com-
munist National Salvation Army”,
Moscow said, adding that its chief
vas now in Hongkong. ‘

Another organisation calling it-
self the “National Volunteer Sal-
vation Corps” ‘or the North
China Corps) had been ordered by
Chiang Kai Shek’s agent to get
control over student bodies and
create disorders, the radio said.
Its members had been “rounded
up”.—Reuter.



Infantile Paralysis
‘Epidemic In Britain

LONDON, Aug. 15.

More than 170 Britons now hawe
Infantile Paralysis, it was reported
today.

Forty four are in the Isle of
Wight, holiday island off the S.W
Coast, where volunteers had to
nurse patients among them girls
of 16. The worst affected area is
Newport, the main town.

Four people died yesterday, one
a nurse at Richmond Hospital, Sur-
rey —Reuter.



ithe fifth Biennial Conference of
the Caribbean Union of Teachers



j}and hoped he would soon be fully
| recovered







its tull force ne mignt havi
been seriously injured,

Earthquakes
Reported By
| U.S. Centres

CALIFORNIA, Aug. 15.
Terrific earthquake shocks werc
reported from four centres in the
United States today.
Washington University at Seat-
tle reported at 1605 GMT that its
| Seismograph was recording “trem-

ors, earthquake largest yet re-
corded,

| The California Institute of Tech-
/nology at Pasadena, California
reported a “great earthquake” at
1424 GMT,

| The location of the earthquake
could not be determined immedi-
ately, but Dr. V. Richter said it
Was a “very large one”.

He added that the shock was
|felt “some place on the other side
jor the world”.
| The Institutes séistmograph also
recorded shocks at 2302 GMT lasi
| tight about 5,368 miles away anc
397 miles below the earth’s sur
face.

Pasadena scientists at the Uni-
versity of Washington estimated
the earthquake was over 1,952
miles away.

In Hartford, Trinity College re
corded “quakes deseribed as terri -
fic’. in an unknown direction

“A very large and distant” shock
was reported by the University
of California.





—(Reuter)



recent years that we have made
great strides forward in the

got underway in Broad Street Carjbbean'in education,” said His
Government School in the City, Exgellency. “This véat marks the
affirmed continued loyalty to the epewning achievement in tho
King, and expressed sympathy establishment in Jamaica of our
j with the Union President, C. F. own University College.

|} Broome (Barbados) in his illness,

Improved Standard

“This will, I have no doubt, be



| of the greatest benefit to the
The Conference which was teaching profession, and wil! ia
\formally declared open by His the course of time costribute per-
Excellency the Governor Sit haps more than anything else ‘o
Charles Woolley, K.C.MG. was the raising of its standard
attended by about 600 members “This Union is primarily con-
the teaching profession, including cerned with elementary educatic
re than 100 from Trinidad; the advancement of which still
| Barbado Grenad St Vincent, remuins one of our greatest ne¢
St. Luci Domi in eve colony repres@nted he:
The Director f tio today It certainly is in Brit
Frank Ogie, other off if the Guiana where during the past
Department f Ea i few years we have been abie
ap N f ery gratifying progres
Queer ( ege ere al pre It wil terest you, I arr
ent earn that during the past f



|

The actual result will naturally |
remain a highly problematical
matter until tomorrow's end of
|play. But the West Indies cannot
ose, With rain now apparently
|taking an interest in the Oval’s
\turf, insurance rates against Eng-
i deteat would probably be
too high to make the purchase of
such a policy a profitable proposi-
tion. No one however will want
the weather to take a hand in the
game, and with our prayers for
victory we should mingle an earn-
est one for equal conditions

Critical

The English Press
critical of the Wesc Indies’ “we
hold what we have” tactics, but
coupled with their criticisms was

a call to the English batsmen to
go all out for the runs, Quick and

was Strongly

plentiful scoring was the only
means of retrieving a desperate
situation

This the sports writers pointed
out emphatically and at length. I
look forward to reading the morn-

ing papers now that their loud
unanimous pleas have fallen on
deaf ears.

Victory for the West Indies in
this match may well mean a
visit to Australia, According to
latest information over here, the
New South Wales Cricket Asso
ciation have been so impressed
by the performances of the Wesi
Indies cricketers in England
this season that they have made
the suggestion to (he Australian
Board of Control that the West
Indies be invited to tour Aus-
tralia in the 1951—52 season.
Obviously victory in this match
will lend great weight to this
move, although for my part I hope
that the West Indies Cricket Board
of Contre! will counter by suggest-
ing that the Aussies come to the
Caribbean, At least £20,000 go to
the W.I.C.B.C, as result of this
tour, and, if necessary by means of
an all round 50 per cent inerease
in gate charges for the oecasiou,
there is no financial reason what-
ever why we should play at dis-
advantage in this second encounter
with Australia. I must premature-
ly confess that I do not expect the
West Indian Cricket Board of Con-
trol see things my way. They un-
fortunately have not been blessed
with the brains vouchsafed to or-
dinary mortals. but move in their
own mysterious ways, their blund-
ers to perform.
Uninspiring
England’s batting today was un-
@ On Page 8

| Elementary Education Needs Great Help — |

GEORGETOWN, B.G., Aug. 14. in
The first resolutions unani- B. G. Governor
mously passed this morning wheP There can be no question in years, nearly 13,000 new places

have been provided for our child-
ren in the form of entirely new
schools, replacements of” con-
demned buildings, reconditioning
and extensions of existing schools
All this has been done at a cost
of some $826,600 or $26 a place

“Substantial as this progress is

here in British Guiana we still
require fifteen thousand more
places if all our children are to
uttend school as regularly as they
should

Our aim is to provide these

additional places within the

three or four years ind then
we hope the law passed in 1876
over 70 years ago making ele-
mentary education compulsory in
this colony can be enforcec Ir
our knowledge thefe re lace
childrer
Teachers Wanted
Of course, the probler
@ e! t 4 "cur

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NAKTONG
THREATEN

By JULIAN BATES
With MacArthur's Headquarters for Korea,
Aug. 15.
HE whole west wall ana northwest corner of the
United Nations defence box began to crumble

today under the weight of incessant Communist
probing of the Naktong River.
Spurred on by their leaders’ demands for a “libera-

Germans And
G.L.’s Will Be |

Better Friends

FRANKFURT, Aug. 15
United States Military and civil



entire 0 Geemeny Satey on tion month”’ victory, the Communists were tonight

nouncec a jon POLICY a aX a) .

closer triendly relations betweer across the Naktong “ling of no retreat” in great

germans and Americans to es- strength in three places.

sablish sound democracy in Ger "

many.’ ; A fourth important crossing was reported but not
John J. McCloy, the Uniteo

officially confirmed.

Taegu, Provisional Capital, was already within earshot of
the battle. St was directly menaced by two expanding
bridgeheads north of Waegwan. Communist tank spear-
heads moving out of Waegwan bridgeheads were probably
within 12 miles of Taegu tonight though aggressive South
Korean counterattacks have halted them. Behind these
two bridgeheads is an ominous massing of up to séven
Northern Divisions Two regiments of Commenists
are following tanks from Waegwan
bridgeheads which are being fed
over underwater stone and -con-
| erete bridges

| Third Bridgehead

Three battalions of Communist

States High Commissioner, said it
a special statement tonight that he
‘heartily” endorsed the statemen
issued earlier today by Genera
Chomas T. Handy, Commander-in
Chiet of the U.S. Forces in Ger
many, which urged “increasec
omingling’ of Americans ant
West Germans wherever possible

General Handy's statement saic
the European Commander H.Q, it
Heidelerg in close co-operation
with McCloy's Headquarters here
“is initiating an educational cam
paign aimed primarily at member:
of the United States Occupatior
Forces and their dependents”
develop such comingling

New Belgian
Cabinet

The campaign will stress th: \

ete . ore ht reported to Rave
1 strong reason. exists fo I e | ws? tonig /
yooc will between Americans an¢ orme stormed across the Naktong to

|form a third new bridgehead 15
miles south of Waegwan an@ the
same distance north of the “Nak
tong bulge”. Tanks rumbled after
infantry on to the East Bank in

Wes.ern Germans because Ameri
eans are in Germany to demon
strate practical and fair-minde:
democracy in action, while West
ern Germans are trying honestl

BRUSSELS, Aug. 15

A new all-Catholie Cabinet was |
formed tonight

The new Premier is 66-year-old



to establish such a democracy,” Senator Joseph Pholein, forme: | the “Naktong bulge’ 20 miles
—(Reuter’ | Minister of Justice. The Cabine:; north of Masan
neludes 15 ministers in addition The Twenty-fourth United

» the Premier States Division was still battling

40 Yi I’ Old Apart from Pholein as Premier| desperately against the Cotfimu-
- Zs Ca = he new Cabinet ineludes Paul, nist threat which ts” growin;
van Zeeland, Senator and Foreign | stronger. In the south where they

vlinister——~a post he has held fo

he past year,

have been fighting to quell about
3,000 Northerners let loose in their

Sees Vision

e e Coppe, member of the Chamber | rear, .no change was reported
O Vir wn Deputies is Minister for Econo. | oMieially
e ale Affairs

Gerges Van Den Daele, Ministe: |

G.1.’s Trapped

coming out of
Bishop John P. Treacy, of Theli
Crosse Diocese of the Romar

@ On Page 5

Catholic Rift
Hinders New
Belgian Govt.

BRUSSELS, Aug 15
The widening rift in the Catho
ie ranks was today harmperin;
veteran statesman Paul Van Zee

end’s efforts to form a new Bel
fian government
The all-Catholic Cabinet whicl

saw its efforts to restore King Leo

eam intended to bring
iational appeasement and a rally
ng of the nation around Prince
Jaudouin within the
Leopold's message

abou

Ministers continuing to hol
posts in outgoins formation are
Paul Van Zeeland Foreigt
\linister Hegel, Minister of Labour
Pierre Harmel, Education, Alfrec
De Taye, Health.—Reuter.

pirit of King



NECADAH, Wisconsin, Aug. 15 of Labour, Charles Heger, Deputy

A 40-year-old mother of seve Viinister of Agriculture Paul buriy in the day as: the first
; children, Mrs, Mary Anna Vai] 3egers Deputy Communications} Communist thrusts developed a
Hoof, announced today that a | Minister, Colonel BE. A, De Greef,}| company of GI's were trapped on
noon (1800 GMT this evening 10n-Parliamentarian, De fen a ridge I» miles northeast of
she saw a vision of the Virgn | Minister Waeewan. Late tonight they were
Mary, for the seventh time, Neat Pierre Harmel, Deputy Ministe: | StlL pinned down, American artil-
ly 106,000 people had gathered} of Education; Ludovie Moverson |lery ordered to relieve some of
carlier in this little community Deputy Minister of Jutice; Alfre. }the Communist pressure on the

Th. Chief of the State Trafii | De ‘Taye, Deputy Minister o |tvapped company was. tonight
Police Detachment said earlier to | }fealth; Jean Van Houte, Senate: | pounding at the peak overlooking
day the crowd was packed int md Minister of Finance; A. J) } the tidge from which Communists
five acres, standing in a blazini | Boodt, Senator and Minister 6 | Were firing on infantry. Tank
sun amid billowing clouds of san} Reconstruction: M Brasseur | counter-attacks aimed at getting
ta withess the scene. Deputy Minister of the Interior [through to Americans — tailed

Centre of interest was a grove ol] & Meurice, Senator, Minister for | Elsewhere on the Taegu froyt
trees where Mrs. Van Hoof ha’ | je Council of Europe and Foreign | artillery was hitting the North
said she should have her seventi J pyade Minister: Osear Behogne | Korean. tonight. Harassing «fire
vision of the Virgin Mary, AV eputy Minister of Works: Andrey swept the west bank of Naktone
shrine of rough planks has beer Dequae, Deputy Minister for the in an are covering positions where
yet up by the grove in front o Colonies Communist reinforcements were
the black and white tarpauli: When the new Government was } reported building up, «Reuter,
home of the Van Hoofs. On it innounced, Van Zeeland eterm
shrine stood a white statue © | Catholic politician ‘sian aed , . -
Our Lady of Fatima. It was Vrutly helped to form the new ad-| Submarines Off- Norway
the grove that Mrs. Van Hoo icp > wn OSLO, A 15
claimed she first sa@ the Virgin ministration, told the Press Ihe = I mLO, Aug .

me blite inlet Government has been formed as : [wo fishermen have reported

seeing unidentified submarines in
North Norwegian waters,

This time it was in a narrow
channel between two islands in the
Lofoten Group on August 8, The
fishermen said she was submerged
but with her periscope showing
The weather was clear, This is the
third unidentified submarine re-
ported in North Norwegian waters
this week, and naval authorities
Reuter

tre investigating

a





yold to the throne crumble in dis
der, resigned last Friday, threc
vours after Parliament handed the
toyal powers to Leopold's 19
year-old son Prince Baudouin.

As Belgians flocked in thousand
to the coast in the blazing sun
shine of Assumption Day Holiday
today he faced growing dissensio!
in his own party. The pro-Leopol:
Flemish Wing was dissatisfier
with Catholic leaders for allowin;
Xing Leopold to be set aside,

—Reuter.

New York Mayor Will Be
Ambassador To Mexico

WASHINGTON, Aug. 15,

A White House announeemen

today stated that Presiden

Truman would nominate Irisi

born Mayor of New York Cit:

| William O’dweyer, Ambassador |
| Mexico



—Reuter.



|
|

schools and free books, whieh we
do now, but also of finding teach: |
ers to staff all the new school: |
to which [| referred. “We shal | . y
require in British Guiana som LEAMING Gli AMOUR
six to seven hundred more L a, Pes }

teachers”





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was glad to join in the warm!
welcome to teachers and delegate |
from overseas to British Guiana
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exhibition in New York thi UK ‘ Cabbage ois - the ei ‘ PULLOVERS and CARDIGANS from $15.00 — $18.00
nt his in eate” checke yesterday
ee? eee ey rons ‘tf R. HAROLD BYNOE, son of By Chapman Pincher were:— MULTICOLOURED, WHITE & RED SPORTS SHOES
Anthony Eden. Nee Ae ewes ep Eee ange Say m5 A FULL RANGE OF SPORTS DRESSES AND BEACH
ve ieee: niiiiniel teeta “Albion Cottage” orthing, wi OW much truth is there in s » Travel . a ,
For years’she has been makin . aoe Space ave SE — 30 cts. per lb. : Ete. Ete., Ete.
Sondeecal and still-life seistingal " a be leaving to-morrow by the Gas- the masculine jibe that’ the r CABBAGE oF St, DOE WEAR .—Slacks, Blouses, Skirts,

working in oils. Now she
to sell many of them
Already Mrs Eden has
rromise of success. At an Americar
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glan ; Fears that a rocket-borne trip
owns Re d. Harold is go- average woman just hasn't got x to the moon may never be|
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ing to study engineering at Mirr-jwhat it takes to make a good ssible because of danger from) DR is SHOP
of dange aaa BRRESS *
motorist? Plenty-—according to a B. B.C. Radio Programme |) 0 nl ‘

lees, Dickerton and Day, Engin- igh-speed meteorites have been |

eering firm in Stockport, Lanca-|cientific inquiry just completed allayed by space travel expert|

shire at the Government’s Road Re- Guido von P.rquet. His ciicu-} WEDNESDAY, August 16, 1950.

Also off to-morrow to study en- ; titi 4 i ont n
i i i ions the chances of 6.15 am—i.45 p.m. Commentary 0
gineering in the U.K. is Mr. Her- search Laboratory. Yations show that the chances of | 5 ar


















ests i ogligible Fourth Test; 7.00 a.m. The News;
Mrs. Eden was in Barbados earlier ahi. Say bert Grannum, son of Mr. and| Seerching tests for accident- collision are negligible. (7.10 a.m. News Analysis; 7.15 a.m
; . ; “ y. : proneness were made on 164 men But he has bad news for those | phe ar een; 7.30 am. Montmartre q
this year, staying at “Heron f ag Mrs, William H. Grannum of h nie hat t iis | one Abican Qu Reva gage cont
Beach” St. James, the home off , “Ashton,” Garden Gap, Worthing. and 53 wornen chosen at random hoping to ac nieve Ww at he calls| Piayers; 7.45 a.m. Generally peas
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tree ‘ : , Herbert however will be going to|ffom the scientists, clerks, tech- “the great ideal of “eosmonautics’ "| ing: 6.00) 2. programme, Parade:
r. anc s. Rona ree , Scotland nicians, typists, and labourers who —to send an atomic-fuelled rocket) [rigis! 1B ng West Indies; 8,30
During her stay here she spen Scotland, ; . » ster arid Mack 8.15 a.m. England vs. Wes : TO-DAY ONLY 5 & 8.30—BIG DOUBLE
2 . - ‘48 ‘4 » 2 “ alr es! ol
; : hi : : These two boys are promising |Work at the laboratory in Har- found a star a AC - BBC West of England Light
ae ee et het ime ‘poinsng >." Water Polo players, both bel mondsworth, Midd!esex There is so much “cosmic dust” | Orchestra: 9.00 a.m. Close Down; 12.00
No doubt several of her exhibits BEE OSee pects gaat, Saree Deena The tests 7 ‘ade At}, im interstellar space that the| (oon) The News; 12.10 p.m. News Ty 9
in this forthcoming exhibition a ing to the “Bonito” Water Polo oe were made with ; 12.15 p.m, Dance Music; 12.45 L K

Club Their presence will be
greatly missed when their team
enters the second round next

‘ ‘ . > , , y Analys
special machines devised by th: focket would get badly holed} Ooi Pni ind vs. West Indies; 1.00 p.m.

Medical Research Council. One 20ut three times every second) wig Week Talk; 1.15 p.m, Radio News: , ROBERT MITCHUM & LARAINE DAY
measured co-ordination between .[° reckohs. ree!; 1.30 p.m, British Sport; 2.00 p.m. |

will be scenes of Barbados

Flags for a Girl







The News; 2.10 p Home News from!
week., hand and eye. Another tested co- Oyster Set-back Sritaint 318 pas, forty Haview: 2.80 ; And
RIDGETOWN was perhaps a Carib joins with Water Polofordination between hand and Britain's. native oysters, al-}°:™ Henry Wood Promenade Concerts; ‘
bit startled yesterday morning! fans in wishing them success for}ear. A third recorded ability to *: nati s, % 4.00 pm. The News; 4.10 p.m. The | “TRA STREET 9
a the ae) } the future. . idiv i a ready taking heavy punish-, Daily Service; 4.15 p.m. Musical Mid- | IL
when most of the stores hoistea 2 react rapidly in an emergency ment from hordes of invading} \@nes 0 p.m. England vs. West
fiags, one store was also flying a Shells for Souvenirs The- men beat the women barnacles are suffering another Baie iy 8.06 pmo. Sokanene 5 Ro, RANDOLPH SCOTT & GABBY HAYNES
streamer of Union Jacks 'T. COL. and Mrs. John Th easily in every trial. set-back. Dutch shell disease | Orchestral Music; 6.00 p.m. The African;
Some people, for a few quick 7c 2 : rs. JO * See Dr, J. R. Manning who super- ‘ya, appeared on the oyster-beds | Queen; 6.15 p.m. The Piano for Pleasure; TOMORROW ONLY 5 & 8.30 P.M.
seconds, wondered whether it was son who have been here for



vised the investigation also of, the Menai Strait, It was in-|% 32 P-m. Love from Leighton Buzzard;

wanted to find out how mechani- troduced by young French oysters

cal aptitude varies with age. As »n Fourth Test; 8.00 Radio News-
he expected ‘the results ‘showed ‘tick the native | on Pers pity iia Weak halen 50 DANA ANDREWS, MERLE OBERON

two weeks staying at the Crane f
that a man’s driving skill deteri- ¥ LES. | he Mate CN Orn

Hotel, left yesterday by B.W.1A.
for Puerto Rico, intransit for ‘he
US., where Lt. Col. Thompson is
an officer in the U.S. Army,
stationed in Kansas. During the
war he saw action in the South
West Pacific.

Chief souvenir which the
Thompsons took with them were

some startling news about
cricket. But this was of course ,,
impossible..with the Test only
three days old. 4
The reason, however, soon flash-
ed through town. Prince Philip and
Princess Blizabeth were the proud
parents of a sécond child—a girl.
Ships in the harbour were also
bedecked with flags; one Harrison

7.09 p.m. The News; 7.10 p.m News | oe neo
Analysis; 7.15—7.45 p.m. Cricket Report NIGHT SONG
t h a aie H 1d 8.55 p.m, From the Editorials; 9.00 pm. ie
crates as he ge older. e cou Musie from Grand Hotel; 9.30 p.m ee
tach: To worth wile -tonpiakion j Land and’ Livestock; 10.40 p.m." ihe THUNDER MOUNTAIN
about the women. L slie 18 Sums U News; 10.10 p.m. Interlude; 10.15 p.m
Only 11 of them would admit é, 9

Fere’s Howard; 10.45 5 m Sterling TIM HOLT, MARTHA HYERS
their ages.

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flying everyflag she had on board,- Capt. James Hassell left yes-
from every vantage point iendauiin sone te Gabe ; place for shells, said Mrs. Thomp~ | intelligent than those born during Studying the British way of life, LIKE’ A
T hs . 7 ue son, was along the Bathsheba]other months according to edu- 2nd this is what she thinks: - : : a
‘o Join Husband A Life at Sea coast near Chalky Mount. With | cational psychologists who have Food: “Wonderful. I always THIEF s Soneue 555955555555 SSNS SST OO TST OSON
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leaving to-morrow afternoon by with his niece Miss Sheila more beautiful specimens, and the Their findings support the Work: “You don’t seem to have | & x % EMPIR
the Gascogne for England. Her Leverock, left yesterday by goggles also helped them to study | medical theory that children con- much time for work because you | %1% : To-day and To-morrow
husband Mr. Edward Cook. left B.W.I.A. for Antigua, From there the marine life around thes¢}>cived in the coider parts of the are always drinking tea ana 8 =
eee vane 24th by T.C.A. ne er go to Saba to visit his shores. year, and therefore born in late having ——— r= sg % Today and To-morrow 4.30 and 8.30
‘or England via Canada and has brother and sister whom he has * summer and autumn have better office break for tea or coffee). "
taken up a Senior position on the not seen for many years. To Study Nursing brains. Children: “Much better behaved x Columbia Double:
Sales side of a well known Man- Like most of the Hassell family ESTERDAY was Miss Morva People born in March — my than ours, They -have respect for x 4.45 Only
chester firm. he has lived most of his life at Be KS te. floes hele ig wk birth month—made the lowest adults, and don’t rush around $ Jim BANNON
Mrs. Cook and the two children sea. He is the Captain of a vessel aes . t ew t . ion eth KG scores in intelligence tests shouting, screaming and attracting % United Artists Present
= join, im here, shortly after warel walls between the ue aoten to England by "ae theanoates “But the erence are nk attention and yet they seem to a , % % I .
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* their young son David, are he leaves for his home in Rich- Purse and the course she is taking Speed of a Fly Clothes: “Cottons not as smart MEDICINE CHEST. x MAGIC
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School, They plan to return early bados staying with her aunts until takes to get its wings working oct was the “No tipping” notices
in 1951, Capt. Hasseil returns here. after sensing danger — is just i in desolate areas and PAIN WELLES — GUELD “PRAIRIE
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oPe Pee PRBERS &
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1956 '*

Prince Charles
Has A Sister

@ from page 1

State-registered
brown-eyed Sister Helen Rowe
was Midwife. Now in her late
fifties, Sister Rowe attended the
Duchess of Kent and was also mid-
wife for the birth of Prince
Charles.

The new Royal baby will use
the cot and pram prepared for her
elder brother as well as new
clothes made and knitted for her
by her great grandmother Queen
Mary and other members of the
Royal Family.

Christening

The christening, it is expected,
will take place in four or five
weeks time with the Archbishop
of Canterbury, head of the Church
of England officiating.

The Royal Family’s heirloom set
of ivory, satin and laee worn by
Royal babies since the birth of
King Edward VII wil be used at
the ceremony,

The new Princess’ health was
toasted in champagne by the Duke
of Edinburg! and his staff at Clar-
ence House, Outside excited
crowds swarmed to the gates as
the official notice was posted up.
Artillery salutes in Hyde Park and
the historic Tower of London told
Londoners the news.

Several members of the Royal
Family were out of town. ;

Queen Mary was at Sandring-
ham, the Royal Estate in Norfolk,
while Princess Margaret, Princess
Elizabeth’s younger sister was on
holiday in Scotland.

Quiet Roem

The baby was born in a quiet
barely furnished room on the sec-
ond floor of Clarence House.
Modern plumbing and electrical
iustallavions put in when
Clarence House was prepared for
the Princess and the Duke aided
doctors. When Prince Charles was
born in Buckingham Palace, lack
of hot water made difficulties.

Hospital medical equipment was
installed at Clarence House during
the two weeks before the birth. Sir
William Gilliatt who has now
brought five Royal children into
the world was aided by X-ray
pictures taken with portable ap-
paratus.

Engagements

Princess Elizabeth while in Malta
visiting her husband in Bucking-
ham Palace on April 17 announced
she would undertake no more pub-
lic engagements. She married the
Greek born Duke of Edinburgh
when he was a Lieutenant in the
British Navy in November 1947.
He is now a Lieutenant Command-
er. Earlier that year her husband

ect by

Nurse, slim,



had to become a British

naturalisation taking the name of
Mountbatten, He was born on
June 16, 1921, only son of the late
Prince Andrew of Greece and
Princess Alice, eldest daughter of
the First Marquess of Milford
Haven, sister of Earl Mountbatten
of Burma. Before the wedding,
the King conferred on him the title
Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merio-
neth, and Baron of Greenwich, and
authorised the use “His Hoyal
Highness”, H.R.H. as prefix. ’

Choice of name for the new
Princess has given risé to much
specujation, Parents are free to
i gay el eee
parture from nt
“ae probably be by the British
public.

The baby’s father has only one
name, Phillip. while Princess Eliz-
abeth has three—#lizabeth, Alex-
andra Mary.

As both of the baby’s parents
are deseended from m Vic-
toria, it is thought that this may
be the choice of the name for the
Princess. |

—(Reuter.)



Quake In India

CALCUTTA, India, Aug. 15.
According to unconfirmed re-
ports, heavy damage was caused
in Siliguri, West Bengal, by severe
earthquakes which rocked Eastern
India today at about 14.15 G.M.T
Gauhati in Assam was plunged
into darkness as people rushed
into the open in the town of Patna.
one was re-
corded in Calcutta at the same |
time.—Reuter. 4





BARBADOS





Oil Boils | TRINIDAD GIRLS WIN
LAST GAME 15—9

a LONDON
Oil is responsible for disturbing
the normally tranquil waters of
the Hamble River, which juts off
the Solent, near Southampton,

The more oil is- mentioned, the} College

more turbulent the waters become.

An American Company wants
to build a $56,000,000 ‘refinery
near the mouth of the Hamble
only two miles from the $103,600,
000 refinery now being erected on
the other side of Southampton
Water for the Anglo-American
Oil Co.

The new
Caltex Ltd.

proposal comes from
who have been in

THE visiting Bishop Anstey’s
High School team met Queen’s
Old Girls in a Netball
game at the Queen’s College
grounds yesterday evening. They
defeated the local girls by 15 goals
to nine.

This was their final engagement
of the tour and at the conelusion
souvenirs of Barbados were pre-
sented to the Mistresses and
girls by Hon. R. Challenor.

The game was fairly fast and at
half time the visitors had netted

negotiation with the Ministry of|nine while the local girls did not

Town and Country Planning for|yet open their account.

many months.

Protests are pouring in to offi-
cial departments Opposition is
being encountered from M.P.s,
the county council, tax-payers’
associations, yacht and boat build-
ers and fruit growers.

It all boils down to a fight be-
tween economic development and

At this
stage Joan Awai, their shooter,
had netted six of her nine tries
while Jean Spicer had five tries
and scored three.

For the local girls Pat King and
Elsie Maxwell had took two and
three tries respectively but were
not successful in scoring.

A_ few seconds after the second

growing strawberries and building| Session began Pat King opened the

yachts.

account for the Old Girls but im-

It has been the Government’s}| mediately after Spicer scored an-
intention lo keep the proposed site| Other goal for the visitors.

as an agricultural area,

The game however ended with

But it so happens it borders a| Bishop’s High School six goals in

waterway where daily

double| the lead. Joan Awai took 13 tries

fides and deep channels permit} and scored nine while Jean Spicer
large vessels to move in and out|scored six out of nine tries.

and to lie close inshore in shelter-
€d anchorages.

-——_—

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 5.30 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.22 p.m.
High Water: 4.33 a.m. 5.16

p.m.
me, _ Quarter) Au-

gus! e
Total Rainfall (to date): .F7
inches.



YESTERDAY
Temperature (Max.) 87.0 °F
Temperature (Min.) 72.5 °F
Wind Velocity: 9 miles per

hour

Wind Direction: 9 a.m. E.
3 p.m, E.S.E

Barometer: 9 a.m. 29.922

3 p.m, 29.865.

ree

Civie leaders, business men and
the Harbour Board at Southamp-
ton are anxious for the refinery
project to go ahead, They see a
permanent solution to their un-
employment problem, and addi-
tional prosperity to the deep
water port of Southampton.

But the fight isn’t over yet.

—(LN.S.)

A beauty treatment
only for the
Priviteged few?





Top Scorer

Pat King topscored for the local
girls. She had 15 tries and netted
seven while Elsie Maxwell only
managed to score two out of seven
tries.

Before presenting the souvenirs,
Hon. R. Challenor told the ‘Is
that that was the first Net!
match he had ever watched but
he had thoroughly enjoyed it.

He told the visitors that they had
certainly taught the local girls
Netball and he hoped that they had
enjoyed their stay. He said that in
that game they did not give the
Old Girls a chance.

He pointed out that it was al-
ways good to have visitors because
they brought the islands closer to-
gether. He hoped to see therm soon
again either in Barbados or on
their own grounds in Trinidad.

In an interview with the Advo-
cate, Miss Esla Morris, one of the
Mistresses, of the Bishop Anstey’s
High School and also Secretary of
the Trinidad Netball Association,
said that the best local team that
played against the visitors was
Queen’s College and that was
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occasion,

“The girls enjoyed most of all
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you could tell who would win but
the last minutes were the decisive
ones,’ she said.

She pointed out that her team
played up to expectations and at
sometimes, abewe. 7

The visitors will leave to-mor-
row afternoon for Trinidad by
British West Indian Airways.

What’s on Today

Exhibition of Pottery
Barbados Museum.

Cricket match between
Youthful Printers XI of
Trinidad and Barbados
Advocate at Queen’s Park
at 1 p.m.

Police Courts 10 a.m.

Court of Appeal and Petty
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY> AUGUST 16, 1950

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BERLIN.

THE GERMAN Taxi-driver teetered along
the Iron Curtain strasse separating East and
West Berlin this afternoon, and repeated my
question to him as he pulled up in the shadow
of the Brandenburg Gate.

He said: “Does Germany want an army
again? Over there”—and he pointed through
the great gate—“they already have an army,
a German Communist one. Of course, we
want one in the West, too, not for its own
sake, you know, but to defend ourselves—}| |
against that.”

He pointed again through the gate into the
Communist Unter den Linden, with its Red
slogans and posters. “We will be at their
mercy if we don’t arm ourselves too.”

He was an ex-Luftwaffe pilot, and said:
“T want to get back into a plane.”

Kurt, the barman, who served in a crack
panzer unit, told me much the same. “Six
months ago,” he said, “I was against a new
army. Now it is different. We want to be
able to defend ourselves.”

KOREA
ONE would have thought that the peo-
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ly conscious of the great assistance they
received from the people of the United
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peril of the East. The prompt action of the : Be geome hcgn i? in A as between the audience and the plished by taking out hundreds The F
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spectacular only because the wor Two Skins és i clan ; ; ; ‘ :
THE Greeks used an ornamen- that the empty hall will have the} time radio, are at their old job, commenting

grown so accustomed to the policy of Rus-
sian appeasement.

Korea means that the world has grown
tired of Russia’s response to the offer of co-
operation and believes that further conces-
sions to Russia are equivalent to putting
their collective heads on the hangman’s
block.

In the words of Time Magazine August

; the hall, which are surrounded ete.) will have a concrete plat- design is a mathematician’s an- Let us be fair to the Germans. They are a
14th, “The Russians have forced the free ‘7 sore Aa eg sib form of their own to reduce ower to the demands of sound| dangerous people with or without arms. But e
; : ut- ven the air in the auditorium resonance, reflection. i : : ;
world, in any choice between guns and b EEE atred! of ncins bakee tas to's "tuned" concert ball, When” Signor "Toscanini tone their desire for an army to-day to play its Before freezing you can

ter to choose guns. If Western Europe

: * and extracted at floor level. This Tuned? Yes, just like a violin 3,500 people listen to the first;the wish for a war of revenge against the easily add your
ei that — it va ae have wi be pene by A eve cee or piano. For Sclentiots and concert neat year, thay will find | West. . *
neither guns, butter nor Ireedom. s, stem operating on the principle mathematicians themselves can- that Britain has given a great i .
: of a car exhaust. not guarantee perfection. Musi- new home to music and a great It is born of fear. Favourite Flavour.

We in Barbados have not been called yet
to make any sacrifice for Korea. But we

THE hall is suspended like an
egg with flat sides in a_ box.
Noise is kept out by two skins
of concrete, 10ins. thick, separa-
ted by a 12in. air space.

Where the outer skin touches
:-'pports, brick and concrete is

parated by glass fibre matting
to give more insulation.

THE battle against noise is
carried to such an extent that
rot even heating and ventilation
pipes pierce the skin. Only
cpenings are the double doors of

it is pumped in from the ceiling

Greek Style
THE egg shape was chosen after

tal pool. The water reflected the
higher frequencies which have a
tendency to be absorbed before
they reach the back of the hall.

“Instead of water, we are
using a slab of Merioneth slate
75ft. long by 15ft. as a strip of
floor between the first row of
seats and the platform.”

The platform and side walls
will be highly wax polished
to give the maximum reflection
of sound; there will be no carpet.

Percussion instruments (drums,

the only one in the world.

cians will eventually “tune” it by
ear,

same properties of sound as if
it were full,

The audience may think that
the interlocking wood-facing
constituting the lower wall of the

hall is for decoration.

This is designed to absorb the
lower frequencies.

The Echo
LEATHER panels at the back
of the hall are there not for
beauty but to absorb echo.
Even the attractive ceiling

the rostrum with his baton ana

architectural lead to the world.
London Express Service.



on the

Korean war.

They sniff at the

Americans, and suggest that they could do
the job quite easily.
They believe that West Germany will have

an army

of some sort within a year.

The Americans are already giving rifles to
16,000 Germans, who will be quartered in

barracks

once built by Hitler.

And the British authorities are following
the American lead.

part in Western defence is not motivated by

Before the Korean attack they were afraid

of what the Soviet Union and the East
;German Communist army might do to them

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& me e e we Oo They see themselves as another “Sovfh

that our American cousins are shedding
their blood in Korea that we might enjoy

peace.

Mr. B. A. T. Williams

THE retirement of Mr. B. A. T. Williams,
Comptroller of Customs, removes from the
Civil Service one of its quiet and efficient
officers whose round of duty was done over
a period of years away from the glare of
publicity but with an unsurpassed allegi-
ance and efficiency. Mr. Williams will
retire at the end of three months’ leave
which began last week.

The Polo Player Who
Turned Pilot

|
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By Group Capt. Hugh Dundas. D.S.0., D.F.C.

OST successful plane being
used against the Reds in
Korea is the P—51 (Mustang)
fighter-bomber, a piston-engined
veteran of the last war.

It is a fighting symbol of Anglo-
American co-operation, For its
U.S.-designed airframe is pow-
ered by a British Rolls-Royce
Merlin engine.

The plane has
a romantic



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Korean vacuum” into which the East might
like to pour its hordes for far richer booty
and treasure than they have found in the
Asiatic paddyfields.

The Dilemma

The Western leaders, whether they like it
or not, must face up to the dilemma of the
West: to arm, or not to arm, the 50,000,000 in
Western Germany.

Military experts say that the only reason
for not re-arming the Germans could be the
conviction that an open conflict between
East and West is impossible, or the fear of a
resurgent Germany.

The supporters of the establishment of a

German army, however, say that the danger
of such an East-West conflict might become

more unlikely if the West is strengthened
by strong German military forces.

history. Th 2 ‘
Oe ; i : In 1940 Lord ere are, of course, great dangers in such
He joined the service as an unpaid ai cvarteanied a plan. These are:—

Supernumerary in November 1904 and for

then Minister of



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; Offi ‘Aircraft Produc- with these great events and war. Hitchcock was t i i i ik 3 “eins
9 years served in the General Post ae ton, decided that probably knowing nothing of Britain es Assistant Mais “Attache palght: ‘Srovene ehe Byes Onion ie, erie |)
and the Courts. His first appointment to Merling must be them, were putting the new in London before the army was fully functioning. ‘ A s S i f
the Customs was in November 1913 when _ 2 re Mustang fighter through its Though he was officially too 2. oe oon who — aos give mart election e Patterns
: et e tried firs’ paces. old for flying duties, he spent|Up their dream of regaining the lands lost |};
PY became 21st sist For 8 eee raake s Sona _mreerene who flew it reported hen of his time in the air,jin the east to Poland and Russia, might start | |} INCLUDING
ears he was only out of the Customs wi ord, that it was a fine airplane in all piloting every kind of machine he i i i i

f : : : F h failed. The Pack- yespects but one. The Allison could lay his hands on. © | a war with the Savi Union or her satellite, |

or a short time to become Clerk of the ard firm stepped engine with which it was the Bs seen Republic, and drag the West PAISLEY and POLKA DOTS —
Police Magistrate’s Court and Revenue ean into the breach. equipped was not sufficiently Superb an with ner,

ee : * While negotia- { It was this ) : é -
Officer at District “C” and Assistant Clerk sttehenp tions were going ence stond ant oe ci the. brilliant idea Shenakes ab Gcard mich: comes er ath re |
and Store-keeper at the Public Works |°)..coqthe Atlantic in'a British 1, level, flight, but lacked the 7) the Soviet Union, once more dividin P a d
D t t # deat t dt e antic in a British guts and bite needed for quick “iframe. Overnight the plane was : es Oran
epartment. He eventually returned to warship climbing and twisting in combat. léfted from mediocrity to great-| between them. SELECT YOURS FROM
the Customs to become yet another dis- Bp he eat Myra nana, In this vital particular it was "°O., or that union came The Price
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fighter plane which every pilot,
British and American wanted to
tly. I know; for I
Mustang with both
engine.

For all-round performance, for
sweetness of handling, for its
versatility in action, the Mustang
with the Rolls-Royce engine was
probably the best plane of the
war,

Now in Korea they are. still
saying “Superb.”

Tommy Hitchcock died in
April 1944—killed near Salisbury
while carrying out tactical trials
in a P—51,

. The . West eenen Government will
’ emand a price ore it agrees to an arm
piloted =e or full coc pes ediBae F

This will include a peace settlement, the
restoration of full sovereignty and the with-
drawal of the Western occupation forces once}
the new German Wehrmacht is strong
enough.

The Bonn Government has already said it
will not supply German infantry as “cannon
fodder” for the West. The Germans want
either a real army with strong panzer and
Luftwaffe formations to collaborate with the
West—or nothing.

— London Express Service.

collect them. He took with him and German planes.

a large brief case in which to
carry the precious documents.
Twe Tons
When he arrived he found to
his astonishment two tons of
plans, which gave America every

detail of the Merlin.

These went to the Packard
factory at Detroit, where produc-
tion was speeded up by every
possible means, and at a cost, so
it is said, of many, many millions
of dollars to the British Govern-
ment.

Meanwhile, U.S. Air Force
test pilots, in mo way connected



In the early days of his service in the
Customs Mr. Williams was recognised as a
conscientious officer who was not prepared
merely to follow the letter of the law but
to use his discretion in order to facilitate
the work of the Department and to main-
tain happy relationships with the mer-
cantile body without whose co-operation
the efficient administration of the Customs
was impossible. This policy he continued
during his last years as head of that Depart-

New Life

The U.S. had no alternative
engine to replace the Allison, so
it seemed that the Mustang was
doomed to be relegated for a few
specialist duties.

Suddenly new life came to the
P-51 from an unexpected quarter.

The story switches to a man
named Tommy Hitchcock, best
known in Britain as a_ rich,
amusement-loving playboy.

He was the greatest polo player
of his day and was immensely

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WEDNESDAY,



Buildings
Wanted For
Youth Clubs

AVE YOU a
or rent the Commissioner
right away, but this building must
be suitable for a Youth Club.

Col. R. T. Michelin, Commis-
sioner of Police, told the Advo-
cate yesterday that he is prepared
to form other Boys’ Clubs, but
he is finding it difficult to get
buildings. He would like a build-
ing in any district.

He would like to start forming
Clubs at Speightstown, Oistins
and the Garden, St. James, but
he cannot find suitable premises.
He pointed out that all the other
clubs formed would run along
the same lines as the Bay Street
Boys’ Club.

He said that the Bay Street
Boys’ Club is going very well.
Many more boys have applied for
membership, but “jt is no good
getting the place congested and
spoiling the sport for others.”

“There is an average of 25 to
30 boys attending the Club every
evening and it is filling a long
felt want,” he said. He pointed
out that the boys are now able to
pass their leisure hours having
recreation in good surroundings.

This week a Boxing Ring is
being erected at the Club and on
September 4 it has been arranged
that four boys from the Bay Street
Boys’ Club will be boxing at the
Modern High School in an
organised contest.

HE ACCIDENT along Bay

Street on Saturday between a
bicycle ridden by Harold Evelyn
ef Church Street, St. Michael and
the motor car X-524, owned and
Criven by Violet Mayers of
Worthings, Christ Church, oc-
curred shortly after midday and
not at mid-night.

SIGHT TPKAKKIC offences were

recorded yesteraay. Four
cycusts were charged for not
atfixing a number plate to their
bicycles, while another was
cnarged for riding his bicycle
without the appropriate licence.

One motorist faced two charges.
In the first place he was charged
for not stopping after an accident,
and the next charge was for
driving without reasonable con-

sideration.

Another motorist was charged)
for parking without leaving lighted}
lamps on his vehicle. i

HE LOSS ot a gold wrist watch

valued $35 and $2.24 it cash!

was reported by Lisle Foster of!
Navy Gardens, Christ Church. He
told the Police that the watch ind}
money were removed from his
home on Sunday.

WENTY - SEVEN - YEAR-OLD

& Eudine Smith of Gregg Farm,
St. Andrew, died suddenly at her
home at about 9.00 p.m .on Monday,
A post mortem examination was;
performed yesterday by Dr. Tap-
pin who attributed death to natural
causes,

HE MOTOR CAR M-1490,

# owned and driven by Seon
Worrell of Fairfield, Black Rock,
crashed into a guard wall on the
left of the road along Waterford
over the week-end. It was ex-
tensively damaged.

It is alleged that the left front
tyre of the car blew out, causing
the car to become uncontrollable.

EOFFREY JONES was taken

to the General Hospital on
Monday night suffering from shock
and injuries to his face. He was
detained. |

Jones, who was riding a motor-
escle owned by Ersley Gill of
Parish Road, Bush Hall, collided
with the motor car M-791, owned
by Michael Hannah of Third
Avenue, Pelleville, and driven by
Aubrey Garnes of Jemmotts Lane.
Both vehicles were damaged.

NE HUNDRED labourers left

by a ’plane of the Nationwide
Airways for the U.S.A. where they ,
will be employed by the United
States Sugar Corporation.

The men were selected at}
Queen’s Park by the Labour De-
partment and representatives of
the U.S. Sugar Corporation. During
the time that the men were being |
picked, crowds could be seen
flocking into the Park and many
more have now registered as being
unemployed so that they may have
a chance of peing selected if more
men are wanted.

Havent Ene Joseph Alleyne,
Christopher Arthur, Livingstone Fitz H.
Atherley, Robert Atkins, O'Brian Ban-
field, Arrinton Barrow, De Lacey DeC,
Barrow, Charles Beckles, Oswald Blen-
man, Clyde Bovell, Alphonzo Brathwaite,
Arnold Bree eT ee power
oy ie adele Hyacinth " Callen-
dar, Fredean Carter,
Christian, Donald



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building to loan
f of |
Police? If so you can contact him}

AUGUST 16, 1950



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

SHADE FOR THE FUTURE

|
|

'

{ EVERGREEN TREES planted near the Barbados

MORE TREES

More evergreen trees are being
planted at the Garrison. This is
being done by Miss Nell Manning
of the Civic Circle. She has al-
ready planted three and expects
to plant three more in the near
future,

These trees are being planted

around the Barbados Museum
where there ‘ure large evergreen
trees.

In an interview with the Ad-

vocate yesterday, Miss Manning
said that some of the trees that
were formerly situated on this
Spot were destroyed and she is
replacing them.

“I am going to make the Gar-
rison a pretty place,” Miss Man-
ning said. She also wants Bar-
badians to realise the value of
trees and be able to appreciate
them.

From her front door Miss Man-
ning pointed out a large sand-
box tree to the Advocate repre-
sentative and said, “See that
large sand-box tree over there?
It was once dying but I brought

it back to life. How lovely it
looks now!”

That sand-box tree is at the
entrance to the Museum.

e
A Princess
. i
And Cricket

EVERYBODY stopped for a briet
chat yesterday although Bridge-
town sweltered in the heat. The
Fourth England-West Indies Test
Match an Princess Elizabeth s
baby girl ran neck and neck in the
popuarity race.

Among the ladies
Elizabeth’s baby was first. One
lady was sO sorry thai the litle
baby girl would not now be able
te use Bonnie Prince Charlie’s
beby clothes.

Another lady
ubservation to

Princes.

still had a cute
make on the Test
Match, however. She said tha’
she had listened to ‘the com-
mentary and poor wen Hutton had
been hit so often on his leg that she
was sure his poor wife would be
busy attending his bruises tha‘
night.

Cost Of Living
Index Drops

THE cost of living index was
one point less at the end of June
than it was at the end of May,
figures released by the Labour
Department show. The increase
in all items since Septe:nber, 1939
is 141 per cent. Increase since
that date in cost of food only is
138 per cent.



Ormond Cobham, Clayton Codrington,
Darniey Codrington, Stephen Coombes,
Cyril C. Corbin, John Durant, McDonald
Earle, Cuthbert Edwards, Denmark Ed-
wards Beresford Eleock, John Emmanuel,
Cameron Forde, Winston Gall, Cormic
Garnes, Darnley St. C. Greaves, Lionel
Greaves, Mc Ivan Greaves, Selbourne
Greaves, Arthur Greene, MacDonald
Greene, Conrad Greene, Samuel Greene,
Joseph Greenidge, Elijah Griffith, Edwin
Gooding, Hilton Harris, Cassie Holder,
Cecil Holder, Gordon Holder, Frank Ifill,
Gerald Jackman, Laurie Johnson, Belfield
Da C. Jones, Joseph King, Ulric Samuel
Kirton, Courtenay Layne, Whitfield
Layne, Joseph Mapp, Rufus Tom Mayers,
Joseph Morris, Samuel Morris, George A,
Murray, Egerton McClean, Alfred Me-
Ketney, Christopherson Nelson, Leroy
Sylvan Nicholls, Archibald L. Nurse, Le-
roy Parris, McConnell Payne, Joseph Pitt,
Granvill Prescod, Kenneth R. Prescod,
Samuel Prescod, Gordon Prescott, Gas-
per Prince, Garfield Puckerin, Ethelbert
Reece, Victor R. Robinson, Milton Scan-
tlebury, Oscar Scantlebury, Chesterfield
Small, Edmond Small, Marcus Small,
Stephen Small, Joseph Skinner, Fitz
Albert Springer, Gladstone Vaughn,
Erskine Walters, Cecil Ward, Conrad D.

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Museum.

‘Lorry Driver To Pay

£100 For Belle Mule
It Died After Collision

The Earl of Lascelles et al versus Allan Fields case in the|

Court of Common Pleas ended before His Honour the Chieti
Judge, Sir Allan Collymore, yesterday with a verdict by
the jury in favour of the plaintiff. Plaintiff was awarded

House Did Not
Meet Yesterday

THE House of Assembly did not
meet yesterday because a quorum
Was not present at 3.15 p.m. His
Honour the Speaker therefore ad-
Journed proceedings until 12
o'clock noon next Tuesday.

Members present were:— His
Honour the Speaker, Mr. K, N. R
re Mr. G. H. Adams; Mr
M.

judgment in the sum of £100 and costs.

E. Cox; Dr. H. G. Cummins;
Mr. L. E. Smith; Mr. J. H. Wilkin-
son; Mr, E. L. Ward; Mr. D. A

Foster; Mr. T. O. Bryan ;Mr. F. C.
Goddard.



THESE TWO HEADS—of Lady
Blood and Mr. G. H. Adams are
on show at the Pottery Exhibi-
tion which is being held at the
Barbados Museum. The heads
are tv of four Sculptured by

Karl Broodhagen,

Monument
Cleaned Up

THE Monument at the Garrison,
opposite the Barbados Museum,
was recently washed and the
terrace around it cleaned up



This Monument was erected to
the memory of Officers and
soldiers of the Royal York Rangers
who fell in action in the Army
commanded by Lieut, General Sir
George Beckwith, K.B.,.at the re
duction of the French Colonies of
Martinique, the Saintes and
Guadeloupe 1809 and 1810. [t
was erected to four Lieutenants
three Sergeants, three Corporais,
one drummer ‘and 43 privates





in

It was also erected to the
memory of Lieut, Colonel Patrick
He of the York Light
Infantry Volunteers who died
Guadeloupe as Major Command
ing the Royal York Rangers on
August 28, 1810, ignorant of the
promotion confirmed upon him b
his Sovereign for the brilliant



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important services as the head of
this corps during the campaign of
1809—1810 at Aartinique anil
Guadeloupe ,
The tablét was inscribed ,
General s George
th, K.B., Commander of t
as a mark not nls f



Origin of the case was
collision on March 15 last year on
the Belle Plantation Road between
the motor lorry driven by the de
fendant and owned by the Gov-
ernor-in-Executive Committee, and

a mule cart owned by the
Belle and managed by Charles
Taylor. The lorry and the cart
were both laden with canes, and

as a result of the accident one of
the four mules that were attached
tc the cart was killed. Value of
the mule was placed at £100 for
which the plaintiff brought an
action against the defendant.

The plaintiff was represented by
Mr. E. K. Walcott, K.C., instructed
by Messrs. Carrington and Sealy,
while defendant was represented
by Mr. W .W. Reece, K.C., in-
structed by Messrs. Cottle, Catford
& Co,

Hearing
Monday

of the case began



Fined For
Speeding

A fine of £2 and 1/- costs to
be paid in seven days or
default one month’s img imeni
was imposed on Lloyd Griffith of
Kew Road yesterday by His Wor
ship Mr, H. A. Talma for speed
ing while driving the motor car
X-836 on Constitution Road on
July 10.

Cpl. Jones said that the car
when it entered the trap was
doing over 28 miles per hour and
the speed limit on that road
20 miles per hour.

Sgt. Forde prosecuted on behalf
of the Police

Another fine



of 30/- and 2/-
costs was imposed on Herman
Thompson of Taitt Hill, St.
George for not stopping at a
major road while riding the bi-
cycle G-951 on July 12,

The case was heard before His
Worship Mr. C. L, Walwyn.



Two Schooners
Reach Port

TWO intercolonial vessels ar-
rived yesterday from Trinidad but
none Jeft the Careenage for other
islands. Those coming in yester-
day were the 36-ton Schooner
|Lynsyd II uyder Capt. Barnes and
the 38-ton Grenville Lass under
Capt. Somerson.

While the Lass brougyt 260

drums of aviation gasoline for
Messrs DaCosta & Co, Ltd,, the
Lynsyd brought only ballast.
The Lynsyd is consigned to Bar-
bados Import & Expert Ltd. while
Messrs D. L. Johnson is the con-
signee of the Lass.

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''Two Doctors

Laud Goodwill
| League

| Dr

Dr. Muriel E. Osbourne, fathei

|
and daughter, both of whom prac-

Benjamin A. Osbourne and

tise in Washington, D.C., U.S.A
visited the Children’s Goodwill
| League yesterday and wrote in

}complimentary terms in the Visit-

| ors’ Book
| Dr. Benjamin Osbourne wrote:
|“A visit to the Children’s Good-

| will League is an inspiration never

| to be forgotten. Here is Christian-
ity at work. Barbados is fortunate

in caving so unselfish a citizen as
;Mr. John Beckles, whose welfare
|} work stands out as a challenge

to the peopte of the entire Carib-
} be an Area to go forward and do
| likewise My sincere congratula-
| tions to Mr. Beckles, h‘s colleague:
jand the staff”.
| Enjoyed Visit

Dr. Muriel Osbourne wrote I
enjoyed my visit to the Children’:
| Goodwill League. It is a pleasure
jto work with children, especially
those whose parents are unable to
} provide for them. These children
will be our men and women of
to-mcrrow, and it only witl
| strong minds and bodies that wi
|can do our best. Best wishes foi
success in the humanitarian under
taking. I am sure that the ch‘ldren
wil! not forget”.

Dr. Benjamin Osbourne is a
Barbadian, his daughter an Amer-
ican



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‘Fort Townsend
Comes From
Grenada
THE 1,943-ion Steamship Fort
Townsend under the command of
Capt. John O'Hara, arrived from
Grenada yesterday with four pass-
neers on board for Barbados
The Townsend is sister ship of
the S.S. Fort Amherst. Apart from
the passengers landing, there are
ilso 74 cruise passengers and the
| majority of them will be return-
ing to the U.S.A. by this vessel.
'It is consigned to Messrs. DaCosta
& Co., Ltd
Passengers for Barbados were:
Mr Tilbury of the U.K,,
who will be staying at the Marine
Hotel, Mrs. Louise Knight, Mrs
Virgine Lewis, and Miss Rosetta
Lewis.
Three Ships in Bay
The arrival of the Townsend
brought the number of vessels in
Carlisle Bay to three. It joined the
Arneta and Naturalist. Labourers
were still busy yesterday unload-
ing cargo from the Arneta and
Naturalist while others took ma‘
from the hatches of the Townsena
The Natwatlist’s cargo consisted
of hardware, cycle
voollens, blankets,
ted suiting,





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ol, cottons,
rayons, wors-
glassware, radios, tins
of butter, whisky, cookers, ovens,
toves, bicycles, oil cloth,
ind dishes, cigarette paper, adver-
tising matter, enamelware, knobs
and fittings, putty, knitting wool,
bales of colton, towels, coffee







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bowls |

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in | mills, flannel, shoes, vacuum flasks, |

jpadlocks, fuse hinges, weights, |
buckets, scales, bolts and nuts,
medicines, engine spares — salt,
\! ibels, distemper, pots, asbestos
|sheets telephones and telephone
| parts, biscuits, paint, thinners, ;

chinaware dyed drills,
sports goods, cord,
dunlopillo, wadding, ladies’ hose,
mosquito nets, sheets, raincoats,
leather cloth, pillows, floor cover-
ing, confectionery and corn flakes
It also brought felt, ticking,
wooden spoons, truck bodies, a

essences,
stationery,

Vanguard van and Singer saloon, |
chain, |
apers, slippers, yeast, shoe |

tinned
toys, sc
lining, spanners, matches, cocoa,
vacuum jugs, cutlery, wheelbar-
rows, Sealing rings and dry fish

Its supplementary cargo consist-
of cartridges, bonnets, steam
pump spares, pick handles, Icing
sugar, castor sugar, surface boxes,
stout, rubber hose, belting and
tubing.

The majority of this cargo is or-
dered by the various City Mer-
chants, but the cartridges were
ordered by Government.

The Naturalist is consigned
Messrs DaCosta & Co., Ltd.

PRESS CLUB
MEETS TODAY

Mr. Aubrey Douglas Smith
M.A., will be the guest speaker
at a meeting of the Barbados Press
Club-at 4.30 this afternoon.

A panel of Press Club members
will discuss the fourth England-
West Indies Test match over the
Radio Distribution Service from
7.30 to 7.45 tonight

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Harbour Police
Launches
Overhauled

Harbour Police Launch Snipe,
jone of the new launches added this
year to the Harbour Police fleet,
is haulect up on the Wharf oppo-
site the Nelson Statue. It is being
painted and it is expected that it
will again be lowered into the
water later this week.

When this boat is back on patrol,

its sister launch, Hawk, will be
hauled up and painted. These
launches were brought to the

island in January and turned over
to the Harbour Police.

Just a few yards away from the
Snipe labourers were loading lime
on the Schooner Eastern Eel while
in the inner basin wood and coals

were being unloaded from the
Schooner Emeline which arrived
from British Guiana over the
week-end.

The Emeline is still low in the
water and this shows quite clearly
that her cargo of rice has not yet
been touched.

40-Year-Old Sees
Vision of Virgin

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Catholic Chureh, banned special
reilgious services at Necadah to-
day—the Catholic festival of the

Assumption of the Virgin Mary
He described Mrs. Van Hoof's
c.alms as being of an “extremely
q.aestionable nature”. The Bishop's
‘atement added: “Attendance ol
iests and nuns and lay Catholics
Necadah on August 15 may
ing dishonour to the traditional
votion to the Mother of God,’
About 60 priests and 30 nuns
were before the shrine today. Sev-
€ral people fainted. Then gaunt
Mrs. Van Hoof appeared and knelt

tone before the shrine
Press observers saw nothing, |
tut after a moment Mrs. Van Hoot

covered her face
tad went directly
‘ fterwards

with her hands
into the house
she relayed a message
which she said the Virgin gave
ter: “Pray and pray hard The
tme is short.” A diocesan com-
reittee of the Roman Catholic
Caurch was present.—Reuter.

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. Sarr Te
'Worme Wins
_Men’s Singles |
inate cties ille

yesterday
St. Hill

Singles

which

Tennis

was



but
bril-

showed quite a lot of form
Worme's tennis brain end
liant volleying won him tl
ifter making a slow start

wough

St. Hill on the other hand who
ook the first set easily from
NVorme deteriorated rapidly as the
ames progressed and his services
were not so accurate and was
sometimes very loose with |}
shots

Clever Playing





Meanwhile Worme continued te
play and anticipated cleverly but
oceasionally he was beaten bys
ome slow returns by St. Hill. In
the latter part of the first ret
he displayed some beautiful lob

| bing and glorious winnin hots
trom every angle

In the Men's Doubles Dr. Man-
ing and E. Taylor beat
terson and D. W. Wiles 6
6—3

This afternoon at Si
Tennis Club, Dr, Mann
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This was easily the better game
ff the evening the other being
the Men’s Doubles, Both players

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| t ‘ . a Royal Store. a Spe ley. Finder please return side i “Vi t
vakia, whose trade or business addres, ts ws _} same to him at Melvin Hill, St. Joseph 2 ——— SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
AUTOMOTIVE Gottwaldove Czechoslovakia, has applied 50--Sn a “ ERP +14
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HOUSES Pneumatic tyres, oo Hardware for our Stock Room’ Apply| .WHEEL AND TYRE — "0 Model A M.S. HELENA Sept.’ ist,’ 2nd, Sth
AUTO CYCLE — “New Hudson”|~SEppoom — — fre insertion places, wholly or predom- | DY letter and in person to the Manager| £o"d.. Tyre Mesanee Sarees. Sayed | SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM as.
Excellent Condition easy starter,| BEDROOM — Comfortable double bed- | ‘@ntly of natural or artificial rubber. Peer Se cerene Ce Teen: et eet ee 10 ast i r Hi URARGN Aue aie “—e United Pilgrim S. will ac-
Bargaining $100.00 Boyce — KNIGHT'S | 0M, With board & laundry, for two and will be entitled to register the same NOG. BO— 0. | 8.8. COTTICA Aug aii cept Cargo and Passengers
LTD. 15-8 30—2n |Sentiemen or young coupie. Excellent | after one month from the 4th day of}| ~~~ ~~~ SAILING TO MADEIRA, PLY) Lal for St. Lucia, sailing -
gre Cree ee sea bathing and surroundings. Very rea-| August 1950 unless some person shall SKILLED WORKERS WANTED. Reli- ANTWERP AND AMSTERDAM i 1 3
CAR — one 1947 Four-Seater; 8 h.p. | Somable terms to right party. Telephone | i the meantime give notice in duplicate ance Shirt Factory. Apply Royal Store PERSONAL M.S. ORANJESTAD Aug. 22nd nesday, 16th August.
Standard Car. Dial L. Small. #738 8496, or write Box —— to me at my office of opposition of such 16.8.50—3n M.S, WILLEMSTAD Sept. 19th
8.50—3n 16.8.50—in, | Teistration. The trade mark can be} ——~—— The public are hereby warned against SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO B.W.1, Schooner Owners
sen ede isieieilibttncniielie » ‘ “GWENDOLYN” — WN: “Wat *® Dated this 14th day of August 1950. Apply—Mrs. Howell, Sea View Guest] WILSON of Near Pegwell, Christ Church, MLS. HECUBA Aug. 26th ° e
CAR—One 1940 model 10 H.F Four r aterloo Ht WILLIAMS. House 15.8 as f do not hold myself idk MS. H Ue Consignee; Dial: 4047.
Seater Hillman Car. Dial L, Small 2733, | Pagle Hall Ra. from ist Sept. Two Bed- Ragitres' of Treke Marks ee Gudlee Eatone sin centieone for n hu es 3.5. COTTICA Sept. 5th.
ree Conve \ eng Rvp 4425 = ote 18.8.50—Sr MISC OUs debt or debis in my natne ne by " 5, P. MUSSON, SON & CO. EAD.
rae aes ; S. Hoyte ELLANE r AGENTS
ee Ors Set 1 | |” Blatnc™BSRoriey™iusow, | and puree wher eons hide and eos ers
7 at as, ae ees iy FLATS—One (1) well fur a INVALID CHAIR on wheels with ad- Near Pegweill, |_| rible Itching, Cracking, Eczema, Peeling,
eee oe ka” | untosnld Nour the Beceem TAKE NOTICE Justable “back and foot rest.” Com. Christ Chureh. | Burning, Acne, Ringworm, Psorias
new. pply Cole o., : ; ear Rocks, Hastin, municate w rT, Hutson. . e pal 1 o
15.8.50—4n, | Box X.¥.Z, C/o Advocate Co. son. 343\8.'50—an. | — Se Te ee eee eeeonite cive cute os . ;
eae” ; 8. = ‘The public are hereby; varneu | temporary relief because they do not kill Canadian N. t al St h
CAR-—-Citroen (X-169) A bit shabby, pegs anne TAKE N against Rving one ae wine TSS | the germ cause. The new discovery, Nixo- a 10n. eams Ips
but goes like a Bomb. $1,450. Hugh Pop- |i FLAT—Upstairs Flat at Johnson (nee King) as I do not hold| S¢rm kills the germs in 7 minutes and Is
jam, “In Chancery”, Christ Church. Street. Telephone 3902. myself responsible for her or Gasace guaranteed to glve ou a& soft, fear, attrac-
——" —— Rtgs ee - ABBOTT else contracting any debt or debts in ns ee et oF coe eee sae
CAR—One 1936 model 5 passenger | My House “In CHANCERY”, for three ‘That Abbott Laboratories, a corpord-| ‘signed by males DY @ written order) guaranteed Nixederm from your Ehomist| SOUTHBOUND Sails Bails Salle Arrives Sails
Deluxe Chevrolet—in good condition. | months, to careful tenants, Fully fur-| Tha: CARSTAIRS BROS. DISTILLING | {ion organized under the laws of the} Signed LITCHFIELD JOHNSON. eres dries ae ne ee win
For particulars contact H. L. Hunte]nished. From Sept. 1st. Write Hugh Pop- . INC. a corporation organised under! State of Tilinois, United States of Harts Gap, erm pauns f oki
c/o DaCosta & Co, Ltd., ot Dial 3742, | ham. Phone John’ Biadon 4640. the laws of the State of Maryland,, America, whose trade or — business Hastings Ch. Ch. | For im Troubles trousic. "| CAN, CHALLENGER -lth Aug. 14th Aug, | —— 24th Aug. 24th Aug.
15,8.50—3n 9.8.'50.—6n,| United States of America, whose trade | 84dress ts 14th and Sheridan Road, 15.8.50—2n — | LADY RODNEY .. ..23rd Aug. 26th Aug. 28th Aus. scaliep. ee
oem erent eatin ta Le rar or business address is Lexington Avenue, | North Chicago, Mlinois United ‘States | ———— i Pros Eten * LADY NELSON --lith Sep. 14th Sep. 16th Sep. 25th Sep. Seo.
CARS—Morris 12 HP, Good working | wo FLATS—At “Inch Marlow”. Fully | New York, United States of America has| of America has applied for the regis-| THE public are hereby warned against
order. No reasonable offer refused, | Furnis ed. Phone, John Bladon 4640, applied for the registration| tration of a trade mark in part “A” of| civing credit to my wife EVANGALINE
also Ford Prefect 1? H.P. a are 9.8,°50,—6n,| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in connection with “Various| EUDENE GREAVES (nee Hall) as I do NOTICE oa vo ilies Montreal
Phone 2393. 3.8 m eed “an bens tag mh Ree y og eae ie pharmaceuticals, the-] not hold myself responsible for her or _— one rene
$$ —__—__—— Bev especially sky a wi rapeutic dietary supplements antiseptics | anyone else contracting any debt debt ry W 3 2
CAR—One (1) Chevrolet Style Master entitled to register the same after one | germicides, and biol oe eae Our Wholesale & Retail Store LADY NELSON . ..18th Aug. 20th Aug. 29th Aug. Sist Aug. ard Sep.
ae Lge St owes | BOUTIN GAM BG | mee fae See or made ioe | Wepre aC ean na | ey savas, ne Oe © wie order | | wil be cloed fro, Ago | ERY Seay ‘Agen Sep: 2st Sep: 30m Se ist Oct. Sih Oct
ment Hill, St. Michael. ee 7 Unless some person shall in the meantime | veterinary use. such products being in| Ser. Evelyn DaCosta Whitfield Greaves Re coannes ca oe ae eee ee ee nT re. "
¥ ae give notice in cate to me at the form of th prepa: : + - ’ ‘ibe
TRUCK—Chevrolet 1934 model in A—1 office of opposition of such registration oral or Lapediaeal winicoeien or oe nee C, HERBERT..
condition Dial 3686. Apply 7 eee AUCTION The trade mark can be seen on applica-| local applications, as solutions, tnictures 16.8 oes $5. Tudor St., City
ee —__— “Dated tale 1am day of Ausust 1990, | extracts, powders, ‘Suspetelepe costed | Tea nat eee Wo ene he mt San ‘velan on ce
. fs . . powders, suspensions, coated bers. Passenger and cates on =
ATRUCK—One_ tos Ford V8, Truce | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER negate ot MULLIAMS. | oF ‘uncoated tablets “or pills, duleets, PUBLIC NOTICES |
7 6 le ar’ or soft capsules, sterile ‘oun
Phone 3498 16.8.50—t.f.n y Pree noe received I will set! 15.8.50—an aco solutions, sterile, solutions or NOTICE ONCE AG AIN GARDINER AUSTIN & co. LTD. Agents.
on rsday, Augus' . at 1 p.m. at —_—————— | suspensions in vials or sterile powders
—o | Richmond Gap, Barbarees Hill, (1) Chat in ampoules, lotions PARISH OF LST. JAMES
. 5 - [ iu . w :
ELECTRICAL tel House 20 x 10 With Back House 22 x TAKE NOTICE jellies’ ointments, eet tee APPLICATIONS for the post of Sub You can get
11_complete with Shed and Paling. suppositories, and such products being | punta’, Inspector for the Parish of St DISTILLED WATER
GARRARD AUTOMATIC RECORD|TERMS CASH. PALMOLIVE intended for the following Tmedicinal | Zimes will be recevied by the under- DAILY
CHANGERS—To play 10 records mixed . purposes—allergen extracts for testing genee aoe Thursday, the Mth of
10” and 12’ LASHLEY’S LIMITED, Pr. VINCENT GRIFFITH, That COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET| ° treatment, alternatives, amebicides, ‘Applic nia. From your Gasworks
Wm. Hy. St. 16.8.50—4n. Auctioneer, COMPANY. LIMITED, a corporation| @algesics and — anodynes, — anaphro-| jncal Certificate oy sini east, hold the Will those friends who use it
————— 15.8.50—3n | organized under the laws of the Domin-| “siacs, anaesthetics, antacids, anthel-| (ii Rens ae or ee given by for drinking purposes kindly take be aera crt
GARRAD AUTOMATIC RECORD wire ion of Canada, whose trade or business| â„¢ntics and vermifuges, antanemics and ard of Health. note, }

CHANGERS—to play either 10-10 inch









or 10-12 inch records, $42.00, LASHLEY'S Cenada has applied for the registration tants, antidotes for arsenic or heavy
LIMITED, Pr. Wm. Hy. St. UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER | of a trade mark in Part 4A” of Register| etal poisoning, antidysenteries, anti- en the pe | 10a ae he
188 BOAT) ation ssn Mie asdeze in tonnection with Toilet Soap and will rete cuincitine ae antigon-| The successful Appltoant ae Seas Vessel From Leaves ba nll
anne peer Graham 1 . e entitled to register the same ager . malarials, iperiodics, anti- > 7 Sane

MULLARD VALVES — We carry a] \Paraiso” Saskacten Ros a residence | one month from the 4th day of August] PYretics, antisecretagogs, antiseptics and SHivee, On the Ist. - Rapveniser S.S. “MOONCREST” London auth At r
large stock to suit almost any type of] cay 16th’ August be ~ on Wednes-| 1959 unless some person shall in the| Sermicides, — antirheumatics, ee Clerk P. H. TARILTON, oat o> am ls : 3rd Aug. ug.
receiver, LASHLEY'’S LIMITED, Pr. | o'clock her entire oy of Tees meantime give notice in duplicate to me| Medics, antisyphilitics, aphrodisiacs. oe Comaniaaiosiare of Health, S.S. “BROOKHURST Glasgow &
wm. Hy. St. 16.8,.50—4n. | furniture which consists of Morris. and | 2t TY office of opposition of such regis- Se tnmere automatic stimulants, bacter- st ue waiverpool 17th Aug. Ist Sept.
—___________________ | upright chairs, all of Mahogany, painted | ation. The trade mark can be seen on| il antigens, Preparations for caleiym} ___ aes S.S, “JUNECREST” London 26th Aug. 8th Sept.

MULLARD INCANDESCENT LAMPS |sca-grass and upholstered’ chairs, | “pplication at my ofilce (| minatives chloragoguss, “cornanr’ offs: VAAN This is to notify the Gen- || SS. “TEMPLE ARCH”
—Frosted 25 watts to 150 watts Bayonet]M ah og any Kidney’ and other} Dated this 14th day of August 1950, minatives, chloragogues, coronany dila-| BARBADOS CLERKS’ UNION ae ) Fie " a M/brough &
or Screw fitting. LASHLEY'S LIMITED] tables, Book cases, wagons, Gram. H, WILLIAMS, tors, cosmetic creams and __ lotions, ; : London 5th Sept. 26th Sept.
Pr. Wm. Hy. St ophone and records’ including Stainer's Registrar’ of Trade Marks, | deodorants, — diaphoretics, — digestives,| An Extraordinary meeting will be hela |) CY@! Public that we will be

Crucifixion, Books, Electroplated ware, 15.8.50—%n | diuretics, ecbolics and oxytocics, emetics.| at the Y.M.C.A. Hall on FRIDAY 18

16.8.50—4n.





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Any further particulars required may it
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OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM







Sc atleast akin detail Cutlery, Glass & China ware, Table emmenagogues, escharotics, preparations] inst at 4.30 p.m. for the pur slosed for holidays from 18th
. c . pose of con- closed for holidays
MULLARD BATTERY RECEIVER —J| Tennis ‘board complete, Simm: ~ for treatment of eczema and dermatitis,| sidering the “For i
One only in stock $110.00, LASHLEY’S|steads with springs and mattrenses TAKE NOTICE expectorants, preparations for fluid te] tional Class under the Svening hationae August to 4th September Vessel For Closes tn Barbados
LIMITED, Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Mahogany and painted bedstead with piacqne® eee. hormones Ee Members are asked not to miss this ugust to 1 Sep ‘ SS. “SPECIALIST” Lond 28th Aug
.8.50—4n, | SPring and mattress dpi ‘7 te prepa motics, hypoten-| opportunit, “t a Ds rs . London .
Si ae ae alle, SOR ABy I Satis and -sumtnited Weandstcair etnies CANADIAN BEAUTY sives, insect repellants, laxatives...cathar-| to wttend.” aod 0 make 'e special effort IMPERIAL OPTICAL CO
. i _|eny and i ? cs, and purgatives, leucocyte stimulants,
aimee (Tied rere ao | Beetle one ane, aaing lane: | o™*4 GARG? "OE UQODS BULLS |, ita, "meee eats SE sary Bl 16.8.60-—I0 no Meee eer
si , ‘d hose, e! . | . almic in medica’ tec- . ¥. a .
Gition. LEY'S LIMITED, Pr. Wm. te tonahat TIGt Hint oe Bee whose trade or business address is 460| tive dressings, sedatives, Seamalaate: - - o Se eee DA COSTA & co LTD —Agents
Hy. St. 16.8.50—4n, 3 burner Oil Stove, wood stove, and an Nae eT Peery cit ad Sicaient Fk etkie lien ih ; ;
ie rer several other it » Province of juebec, minion of} stimulants, general tonics, efie acid OTI
FURNITURE mention. pic eid hi enn taal ee er ma re Seo ‘ varicose oe onan N CE —— - ~ 1
Terms Cash. ? a trade mark in Part "A" o s' vesoconstrictors, vaso dilators, vehicles SSS SSS SS OS SEE
4 DEABOY Az BOOT! in connection with wheat flour and will| e.g. inactive carriers or diluents for Tot tate, of IDA WALROND \

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y —_—— —~ be entitled to register the same after one ive thera |
gibtn a pair Manoa” Rocke “0.0 Moat em ue ak dn” ot Au {G8 | potatos Sey conte nan preg’ | Rcffsionn,tn ibe nent ot Harieaes, | CPA VERW GUEST CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE
any $75.00 Antique mahogany sideboard Unless some person shall in the meantime | arations” and will be entitled to register| inthe Teectnee toe qty. jof Toronto | « F P °
$45.00 small mahogany tables from UNDER THE SILVER give, notice in duplicate to me at MY/ the same after one month from the 5th 5 font of Ontario, Canada,
$10.00 upward, Cedar presses from cffice of opposition of such registration,| day of August, 1950, unless some person} Aji Banda Tnatiiie lee” sinet the HOUSE
$45.00 upward, Stained birch chairs HAMMER bi ee sree tn be seen on applica- inti in the meantime give notice in| Estate of the said Ida Waren Wowell { FRENCH LINE
Dae sind Oiumetous other artiekee at OR PR RR UAT bre sere ocaes S6 ta vated this 14th day of August, 1980. SP euch segistetion, "Ehs ttede tert oa he ote eee no on the 2nd) } HASTINGS, BARBADOS
‘ ‘ jams we Ww se’ is H LLI i r ys > p si
‘Alley, Gial 4008, open'€ a-m. to'4 pom. | Hour appointments ak No. 40 Graeme Rogistrls of rade marke, |"pited this hath aay of August 1900, | Mrcot,of, the same whn the undersigned |} EXCELLENT CUISINE 3.8. “GASCOGNE” — Sailing to Plymouth on the 17th August,
fe : nae ’ cian” al errace, which includes: - » ator on or £
daily. 15.8,'50.—3n. | Vary nice Morris Suite Sette for 3 15 negisden! of VHA tats before the ae (fay of ‘August, 1950. FULLY STOCKED BAR 1950.
7 a and 2 Arm Chairs with Spring Cushions; ' ie a late the ninistrator will RATES: 5.00 a
win eens i petaara aa Class Top Coffee Table, Nest of Tables, NOTICE 15.8. 50—3n proceed to distribute the said Estate { § per Day & For Further Particulars, Apply to:—
Beer tet eithemivror and severnt| zea Troltey, Cock-Tail & ornament TAKE having regard only to the claims of upwards 3
he faa wir fy oe aa eT Tables all in Mahogany; Electric Table cl it shall then have had notice 4 (Inclusive)
Sarjent?â„¢ Roebuck "street Opgoste Lay FRR. Caen, Set PALMELIVE TAKE NOTICE | aceite sisson me 2 809.04) | A ony RM. JONES & CO, LTD.-Agents
; P : arge E : an reads, “7 } a
Commie ane: 15.8-50—3n vith Slumberland & 2 with Vono igs| THAT COLGATE-PALMOLIVE-PEET DECELENE D. V. BYNOE, { virs. W. S. HOWELL i ae ” .-Aagen
“1& 4 Deep Siecep. Mattresses, t's] COMPANY, LIMITED, a4 corporation H. L. THOMAS, ae yy
LIVESTOCK Compactum and Dressing Table, Lady’s| organized under the laws of the Domin- That DOWNS, COULTER AND COM- Attorneys for ?
Wardrobe & Dressing Table with mirror] jon of Canada, whose trade or business} PANY, LIMITED whose trade or NATIONAL TRUST COM aia - — a eee ee eee ne ne nea
MULES — Two Serviceable Kentucky | inside, Bedside Tables in Mahogany’! address is 64 Colgate Avenue Toronto,| «idress is 4, Currer Street, Bradford, in PANY, LIMITED, ate LALLA IVES *«
Mules about $150.00 each Wall Mirrors, Hang Pressee; Dressing. & | Canada, has applied for the registration] the County of York, England, trading Administrator with the Will| & ,
Six well bred Heifers 12 10 15 months | Bedside Tables in Birch, Children’s | of q trade mark in Part ‘A” of Register| as Cloth Manufacturers has applied for annaeed x PASSAGES TO IRELAND
Old. HAROLD PROVERBS & Co. Lid. | Bedsteads & Beds, Cedar Press, Canvas] jy “connection with Toilet Soap, Cos-| the registration of a trade mark in Past 9.8.50—3n | S
16.8. 50-3. bon Deer ees eaine sch aaa i metics Toilet Preparations, Perfumes, | “A” of Reaister in connection with ®
achments, Servis asbing achine . di and Dusting] cctton piece goods, piece goods compos ~ %
MECHANICAL perfect. condition, Bath Scales, Enguish | Toilet Water, Tale Powder ium ‘Cream, | wholly of artificial silk or of mixtures of ||| pon youR INSURANCE 18 ANTILLES PRODUCTS LTD., Roseau, Dominica, offer
—_____— 5 Burner Oil ‘Stove with Gre aueten! Hand Cream, Hand Lotion, Leg Make~ COLIC gn a RAE Rit of eal ape NEEDS — CONSULT Tm Passages to Dublin per M.V. “DUALA”, next sailing from Roseay
CYCLE — One Blue Humber Gents | Kitchen Utensils. Tables, Dresser, Larder, | UP» Rouge, Lipstick, Eyebrow Pencil, | Oise predominating, and will be entitled ANDREW D. SHEPPARD || <~ about 23rd August, and thereafter about every thirty-three days.
Sports Cycle — 3Speed and Dyno-Hub | Ironing Board, Play Pen 7 x 7, Chila's| Face, Lollon, | Cream ee a ae w register the same after one month Representing i} Single Fare, £70, usual reductions for children,
ae with Battery set -— 18 months old, | Push Cast & ene ste aul Furni- Bienaea, Brilliantine, | Shampoo Prep-| from the 4th day of August, 1950, unless Confederation Life Association ‘ Apply direct.
one 2100. 16.8.50—I1n. | ture {s as ac Bee vi by ne a arations, (Nail Polish, Nail Polish] some person shall in the ee sivt C/o F. B. ARMSTRONG LTD., & IN PLASTIC
TYPEWRITER — One Portable t Tome Gan en ue MAS oioes* | Thinners, and removers Astringents, roe e on ot such, registration, ‘The eee tae hae aaa x FO 'S
WO TER on” Beane Made n| BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | Deodorants, Smelling Salts, | Sunbura) 220" mark can be seen on application ieee La R LADIES
U.S.A ractically new Apply Bata , i _ | Preventative, Cleansing Pads, Baby oO} be office = pe % Pink, Blue and Green
Shoe ‘Stove Broai St. 15.8.50—2n. ae 2 Dental Cream, Dental Powder, Liqui ated this 14th day of August 1980, = | K ’ >
. St. " | Dentifrice, Shaving Cream, Shaving i. WILLIAMS, % $2.18 EACH
a, Soap, Tooth Brushes, Reazors, Safety Registrar of Trade Marks. M
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PAGE EIGHT



W.L-England Locked Venezuelan At Polo
In Tense Struggle

@ From Page 1

inspired, Hutton notwithstanding.
The Engiand opening batsmen took
no kind of chance and often failed

te grasp fair opportunities to get | four.

seme badly needed runs, Unfor-
tunately for Simpson, when he at
long last tried to help himself to
four runs off a sheer gift from
Valentine he failed to get hold of
it and was out in a manner most
unworthy of an England number
one. Hutton was the complete
cricketer, and maintained his mas-
tery of the situation despite dis-
concerting moments when the two
West Indian slow bowlers came on

to bowl.
Like Worrell
His execution of the drive, both
forward and off his back foot, is
a pure delight. Like Worrell, he
has plenty of time to make the

shot and seldom hurries his
stroke. Like Worrell too, he
seems to lean over and take a

good look at the ball outside the
off stump before late cutting it
with almost careless ease and
surprising force.

Sheppard did not improve the
shining hour to earn himself °
ticket for Australia. His runs, his
single boundary excepted, were
seratched rather than scored, an
though the ball that bowled hin
was well flighted, it was full, and
should have been at least staved
out without undue difficulty

Compton
Compton, after an opening over
or two which did him little credit





tine to the boundary
innings reached three figures afte:

175 minutes when Hutton hit
;}Ramadhin hard past midon for
Thereafter the batsmen



LEN HUTTON
—scored a brilliant 160 not out
for England yesterday.

settled down to take things quietly
pending the luncheon interval, but
Ramadhin dashed their hopes and
jneppard was bowled with his last
all with the score at 120 runs.
Sheppard had contributed an
unimpressive 11 while Hutton was
still fighting heroically every inch

come out of his chrysalis to show! the master with 69 to his credit

us the master he undoubtedly is.
His is a different type of cricke
from Hutton’s, and the two of
them may be compared to Worrel
and Weekes, the Middlesex man
resembling the latter.

The West Indian bowling toda)

deserves considerable credit
Neither Valentine nor Ramadhi
was (really collared, not evet

when Hutton and Compton wer

together. The figures of the tw

spinners make this plain.
Ramadhin 41 19 63 1, Valentine

49 17 90 2.

The future of West Indian
cricket looks rosy indeed when
we think that these two boy:

are only 20 years old and will b«





sweeps to
Ramadhin,
ed within
hours when Compton pulled a full
pitch from Valentine to mid-wicket
available for service on its behalf} for three.

After Lunch

Denis Compton received an up-
coarious welcome ag he came out
of the pavilion with Hutton after
tunch, but he was twice beaten by
Valentine before he had scored.
He also survived an appeal when
amadhin rapped him on the pads
({ was fifteen minutes before he
yroke his duck. The Middlesex
slar soon settled down and entered
jouble figures with successive
the leg boundary off
The 150 was register-
ten minutes of four

This was a scoring rate

for many years to come. Englant|of less than forty an hour, and
with six wickets in hand are now|even a couple of boundaries. by

221 behind. Not her mast ardent
supporter will bet heavily on this
result, and the more faint hearte
will undoubtedly fear the worst
The Game

It was a cold leaden drizzly sk)
under which Hutton and Simpson
resumed the England innings, Hut-
ton taking the strike from Worrell
bowling from the Pavilion
Taking a single off the last ball,








Hutton still only raised the score
to 161 by the end of the fourth
hour,
ever since the lunch interval and
Goddard eventually called on Jones
to use it after an hour had passed.

The new ball had been due

Brilliant Drive
Hutton soon reached his century

End. | with a brilliant cover-drive which
left the field standing as it smack-

Hutton then faced a maiden from|ed resoundingly on the boundary

Jones leaving Simpson to treat
Worrell with similar respect,
Thirteen runs came with both
bowlers keeping accurate lengths
except for one which slipped out
of Worrell’s hand and went way
over Hutton’s head for four byes.

At 47, Goddard brought on Ram-
adhin to try his deceptive spinners
from the Pavilion End in place of
Worrell. Ramadhin beat Hutton
four times during a maiden over in
which he rapped him on the pad
on three occasions,

Hutton Beaten

boards.
man’s



This was the Yorkshire-
twelfth Test century and
the ninety-first of his career, He

had got 10 boundaries in his four
and a half hours at the wicket,
and had been as polished on the
attack as he was technically per.
fect in defence.

His century completed, Hutton
started to go for the bowling and
three quick fours, all lovely shots,

sent the 200 up after 4 hours and
35 minutes.
and while the speed boylers were
still in action, these two English

Fifteen minutes later

Jones kept pegging away from]|stars had added 100 in the same

the other end until Simpson drove
him for the first four of the morn-
ing. Then after ah exciting over
from Ramadhin in which one from
Hutton’s bat flew just past Stoll-
meyer’s left hand, Valentine came

himself
Soon
had a piece of luck when Hutton



number of minutes.

At 222 Goddard tried Gomez for
the first time and took the ball
from the Vauxhall end.
after this the West Indies

on to beat Hutton more than once } played a ball from Gomez in the

in his initial over,

After two hours the total was
just 48, The score ambled aimless-
ly along and 44 had been added in
70 minutes when Simpson used a
eross bat at a not very good ball
from Valentine and gave Jones a
“eatch down his throat” to the left
ot the square leg umpire. Simpson
had brought off two really magnifi-



direction of the squate leg umpire.

He called “no run” immediately
he made the stroke, but Compton
had already covered considerable
ground in his anxiety to make the
run. Stollmeyer fielded and re-
turned to Gomez, and England's
third wicket had fallen for 229.
“ompton’s share of this total was
44, many of which came from

cent strokes this morning—one the | strokes which plainly showed that

eover drive and the other
straight drive off Ramadhin which
sped away from Gomez as
chased it from the long on position.
Uncomfortable

Sheppard came in and faced
what must have been the most un-
comfortable first over of any new
England number three. Valentine
had metaphorically tied him up in
knots and the West Indian support-
ers in the open stands were en-
couraged to chant “we want Shep-
pard”. Eventually the newcomer
scrambled out of the slough of

despond and settled down a little | emenged.

better although Hutton was still

trying to farm the bowling away | left-handers
from him, and Goddard was gath- | Vauxhall
him—sad | spectively

ering six men round
commentaries on a_ batsman
high in England’s order.
Hutton took a crisp four with a
cover drive off Valentine which
scudded past Goddard like an ice
hockey puck on a néwly frozen
rink, and repeated the shot not
long after to reach his individual

so

Meanwhile Sheppard had batted | better sty]
himself in somewhat. better shape. ! bridge

He showed one really fine shot

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When WILTON WAS ASKED
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great reputation which this
batsman has acquired is no unde-
tribute Dewes came in
and held on unimpressively until

After Tea

Gomez had only bowled one
over after tea when rain halted
play: This fine grey drizzle, which
in this country is defined as rain,
kept the players indoors for a full
hour. It was only after a pro-
longed period of impatient clap-
ping by the crowd that the covers

were removed and the umpires
Valentine and Worrell
bowled on the resumption, the

trundling from the
and Pavilion ends re-
Worrell was only
allowed une over, however, before
Gomez was brought back.

With the clock on the stroke of
six, Worrell caught Dewes off Val-
entine. It was a fine eatch, Wor-
rell sitting down in his effort to
hold a hot, deliberate late cut.

Dewes, the fourth English bats-
man to go, had added 17 in much
than his fellow Cam-
undergraduate. In
he made fewer runs

Time

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CATE, Ine, WORLD RIGHTS RESERVED.

This Afternoon

MR. A. RODRIGUEZ who will
be with the Venezuelan Polo ‘Team
when they visit Barbados for a
tournament, will be taking part in
some of the chukkas this afternoon
on the Barbados Polo Club ground
at the Garrison.

Mr. Rodriguez is here on a short

holiday with his charming wife,
and has alréady played séverai
chukkas with the local teams. His
is a style and technique that ean
only come from professional teath-
ig, and with the added asset that
he is a good horseman, there is
no doubt that if the rest of his
team are ag good—thé Barbados
side will have a hard fight to equal
or beat the visitors. It is very
unfortunate that owing to a pre-
vention now placed on the im-
portation of all animals from
Venezuela, due to certain afimal
diseases having broken dut in that
country, the Polo Team will not be
allowe@ to bring their horses,

There will however, be enough
horses for the visitors to mount
when all the new ones have finish-
ed their schooling, so the job of
training them is being pressed for-
ward, Already Bandit and Brigand
of the Kingsland stables have
“passed their @¢xams’ ‘and by the
time the visitors arrive the rest
should be capable of doing their
duty



Accommodation At

Kernisington

SIR ALLAN COLLY MORE,
President of the Barbados Cricket
Association told a Board of Man-
agement meeting on Monday after-
noon that if more accommodation
Was to be had at the Oval he
thought that the Cricket Associa- |
tion should receive a share of the
gate receipts accruing from ali
activities held at Kensington.

The Secretary reported that so
far the Barbados Amateur Athletic
Association had not paid a share
of gate receipts to the Cricket
Association. It was decided to
write the President of the B.A.A.A.
informing him of the matter and
asking for a copy of the expenses
incurred during the local and
{ntercolonial meetings.

Appointed as a Committee to go
into the draft rules of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control
submitted by Jamaica were:—Sir
Allan Collymore, Messrs. J. W. B.
Chenery, E. L. G. Hoad, T. N.
Peirce and W. F. Hoyos. This
committee will also consider the
agenda proposed for the General
Meeting of the W.1.C.B. of Control
to be held in October and make
recotnmendations the local
Board.

Members present were:— Sir
Allan Collymore, Kt. (Chairman);
Messrs. J. W. B. Chenery, E, L. G.
Hoad, T. N. Peirce, E. D. Inniss,
A. de L. Inniss, B. de L, Inniss,
W. K. Atkinson, E. A. V. Williams
and W. F. Hoyos, Secretary.

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Ezzard Charles Fit |
For Title Fight |

BUFFALO, New York, Aug. 15.

Ezzard Charles, N.B.A._ rec-
ognised world heavyweight
champion weighed in at 1834
pounds for tonight’s 15-round
title fight. here with Freddie
Bessore.

The challenger scaled 2% pounds
lighter at 180, pounds. Though
heavier than his usual fighting
weight, Charles looked trim and on
edge for the fight.—Reuter.













iooked more of a batsman today

than he had at Trent Bridge.
Bailey was next man in and was

presented with a full toss by Val-

Next over from the same bowler,
Hutton reached his 150 by crack-
ing another loose delivery to the
midwicket boundary. He had been
batting at this stage for just under
6 hours, At 271 Ramadhin re-
placed Gomez. Hutton took a sin-
gle off the first delivery and Bailey
waved his bat with intent but
without harm at the remainder.

The batsmen carried the score
to 282 by the drawing of stumps.
Hutton surviving an appeal for
1.b.w. off the last ball of the day
delivered by Valentine. Hutton
was 160 and Bailey 9.

Scores:—

WRST INDIES — 1ST, INNINGS 503

ENGLAND —! 18T. INNINGS
Hutton not out is " ee
Simpson c Jones b Valentine ... 30
Sheppard b Ramadhin il
Compton run out : WwW
Vewes ¢ Worréll b Valentine ...... 17
Bailey not out ......,.. see 9
Extras b. 5, iba. 6 1

282
3229,

Total (for 4 wkts.)

Fall of wkts 1—73, 2—120,

4-259
BOWLING ANALYSIS
Oo M R Ww

Jones 22 4 64 0
Worrell 20 9 30 0
Ramadhin a 19 63 1
Valentine 49 Ww 90 2
Gomez 10 3 24 6
Goddard 1 1 0 0



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PAQfc EIGII1 BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. AIOIST 16. 1950 W.I.-England Locked In Tense Struggle a) I r.-sn r*t* I I A her. (.P ton rover drove Valenjhne tn Ihe bnunf the drive, both forward und uff hh back fool, I* a pure delight I-ike Worrell. h ha* plenty of lime to make the Shot and seldom hmnes his stroke Uk> Worrell loo. Iw seems to lean over and take J good look at thf ball outside thr off SIUIT.LI uefonlate CUttaflkJ '' .wlh almost carele-n case ami Mirprlaint! force. Sheppard did not |gann MM %  ahrim hour to aarn himself %  ticket for Australia Ilia runs, hi* single boundary excepted. wen i lather than acotreri. an> though the ball that bowled hin was well fliKhled, It was full, and should haw l-f-n It least stave*! %  "int.! UQdl* dfflll CcMfrtw Campion, aftol an .ipr-mni; uvei or two which did him liltl* < ie.lit come out of hU rluysaUi to show UJ the muster he undoubtedly aL Hi* is a different type of cricke from HutU.n's. and the two ol them may be compared to Worrel and Weefce*. the Middle-.-. B al resembling the latter The West Indian bowlinn lola deserves considerable credit Neither valentfM nor !':i-nadhii wnM really <>ih bowlers keeping, accurate lengths except for one which s'lppcd out of Worrell's hand and went wayover Hulton's head for four byes. At 47. tioddnrd hrought on Ramadhln to try hi?, deceptive sptnnrr* from the Pavilion End In place of Worrell. Ramadhin beat Ilutfnn four times during .i maiden over iii which he rapited him on the pad on three occasions. Mitt hm Beaten Jones kept pegging uwAiy from the other end until Simpson drove him for the llrsl four of the morning. Then after an exciting over from Ramadhin In which one from Mutton's bat flaw jusi past Mollmcycrs left hand, ValanUn can i on to beat Hiill.ni more Ihan dhct In his initial river. A'tei nvo hjoufi thf total Wai jost 48. The %  con amblad almlaaaly along and II had bei 70 minutes when Simionn used a cross bat al • %  nut very good ball from Valentine and gave Jones a "catch down his throat" to the left of the square leg umpire. Simpson had brought off two really magntui cent stroke* this morning—one the cover drive and the other a straight drive oft Ramadhin Which sped away from Gomer as he chased it from the long on position Uncomfortable Sheppard came In and faced what must have been the most uncomfortable first over of an> new England number three. Valentine had metaphorically tied him up in knots and the West Indian supportera in the open stands were encouraged to chant "we want Sheppard". Eventually the newcomer scrambled out of the slough of despond and settled down ;) little belter although Hutton A.I. .'.ill trying to farm the bowling away from him. and Goddard was gathering six men round him—sad commentaries on a batsman so high in England*! order. Hutton took a crisp four with n cover drive off Valentine which scudded past Goddard like an ice hockey puck on a newly rrotan rink, and repealed the shot not long after lo reach his individual fiO. HaanwhUa Sheppard had batted himself In i-omewhat bettat %  haps Ho show-d one really tine shot LEN HUTTON KO-rad II brilliant 160 %  fctiyld'.d i/eslerdav aha tiilngi qulatly l>etidhiK the luncheon inlcrv.il. but Ramadnln dashed thetr hope hep-pard an lu.wtrvi with his last ..ii with the %  core at 120 rum Shepiiard had rantrlbutad Ive II while Million 'till lighting heroieall. ever* inch wild lilt U) Ml credit After 1,iiiich 1 fnpton received an uproarious welcome a he came out %  f the pavilion with Hutton afte {Often, i.ut he was twice [aaatail b Valentine l>rfnre he had scored, lie also survived an appeal when rtamarthin rapped him on the pads ft Wat III teen minutes l>eforc ha %  roka hi. duck. The Middlesex liar soon settled down and entered louble figures with successive sweeps In the leg boundary off Ramadhin. The 150 was rcglsterJiin ten minutes of four vhcn Compton pulled a full I itch from Valentine to mid-wicket lor three This was a scoring rate f less than forty an hour, and even a eouple of boundaries by Hutlon still only raised the score to 161 by the end of Ihe fourth hour. The new ball had been due "vr since the lunch interval and I'loddard eventually called on Jone. 10 use It after uu hour had passed Brilliant Drive Hutlon soon reached his century with .1 lirilhant cover-drive which left the Held standing us il smacked resoundingly on the boundary boards This was the Yorkshireman's twelfth Test century and thg ninety-first of his career. He had got 10 boundartaa In his four and a naif hours al the wicket, *:id had been as polished on the attack as he wns technically pei feet In defence. His centur> eomplctcd. Hull* started lo go for the bowling nnd three quick fours, all lovely shol sen! Ihe 200 up after 4 hours and a.** mlnutea. Fifteen minutes later end while the speed boy^cn •ill in action, these two English stars had added 100 in the snme number of minutes Al 22." Goddard tried OopM log the llrsi lime and took the ball from the Vauxhall end. S-"ii after this the Waal indies 1 ..• of luck when Hutton 1 1 %  '.' nail from Gntner m thg unction of the square lei: umpl He called 'no run" in he made the stroke, but Compt had already covered considerable ground In hi* anxiety to make the run StoHmeyer lielded and returned to Gome/, and England's third wickei had fallen tor 220. •Jompton's share of this total was 44. manv of which i-ame from strokes which plainly showed that the great reputation which Ihti batsman has acquired Is no -.crved tribute Dewes came in nn<\ held on unimpressive!v until '^1 ^ After Ten Gomes had afdy bm>lgd ong '.ei ..ft.' le.i wh"n rain halted plaV Tana Hmgrev aMkue, whieh in tin* coin .1 11. Kept Ihe players Indoors for a full hour 11 waa mi. aftei a prolnrig hold a hot. deliberate late vul thg fourth English batsman to go. had added 17 In much better sty) than his fellow Cmbridge underjraduata, in fact lM11t.l1 he inade fewer runs h< Venezuelan A! Polo This Afternoon MR A HODRlGt'EZ who il be with the Venezuelan Polo Tearr when uiey v,--n Baroasio^ tor I tournament, will be taking part n jiternoon en the Barbados f olo (. lub ground Mr. Rodriguez Is here on a srtorl holiday with hu u rtnfa %  > .11 and haaferl eg ('erai tnukkas with Uulocal teams. Hit 1* a style and technique that ean only come from profe**ional teaehl' g, and with the added asset thai he is a good horseman, there is thjir if th* rest of hi. team are as good—the Harb* side will have a hard fight lo equal r.i beat the vis I tor*. Il Is very 1 nlortu'iate that owing to n prevention now placed on the importation or all animals from Venezuela, due to certain animal diseases having broken nut in thai couniry. the Polo team will iM D. allow e> to bring their horses There will however, be aBHNgll hot for the visitors to mount when all the new ones have finished their schooling, so the fob of IralflJni ihem if being pressed for\< ard. Already Randit and Brigand [if the Kingsland stahtrs have "pased their exams' '.and by the time the visitors arrive the rest should he capable of rtolnn their duty SILVER CUP MATCH TODAY Areomiiiodution Al Kensington Silt A1.1.AN C'OLLVMUHE. 0l taa Uarbados Cricket AaaoclaUon told a Hoard of Mangemeiii meeting on Monday afterloon that if more accommodation *a 8 lo be had at the Oval he thought that Ihc Cricket Associa1 should receive a share of Ihe gate receipts acrmlnif from all activities held il Kensington The Secretary reported that so far Ihe Barbados Amateur Athletic Association hod not paid a share of gate receipts to the Cricket Association. It was decided to write the President of the B A A A nformlng him of the matter and asking for a copy of the expenses Incurred during Ihe local and Intercolonial meetings. Appointed as a Committee to go nto the draft rules of ihe West Indies Cricket Board of Control submitted by Jamaica were:—Sir Allan Collymore. Messrs J. W. B. 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OPENING FRIDAY 18th EMPIRE THEATRE 1 3EST PICTURE OF YEAR INHC 0( N I II1M CRITICS MM K08SR 1 HOSSEN'S PrODUCIION OF III kmitt aa Inoa kaa kM Ha CUMMI Ml %  HIM • HU %  naNHH lauwuncw KINGS MaJMfe v9i\n*m IM n •* h •ay raH Htm ftftaa 1 J (• torn m seaM I MOR ROSStn KIILOINd MATERIALS in slork include PORTLAND CEMENT in 9) lb. 1,.,. Mu lb Jiiim. RED COLORCRETE CEMENT in \U lb. A 3^5 lb ilnniK BUEF COLORCRETE CEMENT ..i Ul lb. A 373 lb drums SNOWCRETE WHITE CEMENT lf| lh drum* r.VRRITi: CORRUGATED SHEETS iV A HI' Icmlhs EVKRITr: ASBESTOS WOOD FLAT SHEETS 1 %  • l'. for cHlini WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. ^ ABOVE THE AVERAGE I Apart from our larRe aoloclinn nf Trop ; .ai SuiMiiviN we now offer a higher grwW of . WORSTED TROPICAL This nKitri ,:ii. m Plain and Sirlped wirii'tii.'s. is specially imported for those who demand lasting appearance with hi;ilne. Now on display at CI RICE & CO. Rnlton Lane S I



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WEDM Uif> IrCRii.i*. Charles BecklM. Oawald Wenman Cljdr BOVaU, Alphonr.. BraUiwalla Arnold llticUnian. Delation nraomaa, Adolphua Bryan. Ander-m D>-" %  . H>;i* By no*. '•"!" Caddie. H .tnr i^adaaa car*" i i tun. Doru Clark*-. BiP KVEK YliODY slopped for a briei "P chat yesterday altnough Bridgetown sweltered in tin beet Tin l K^l&nd-Wesl Indies Test Match an Princcn I baby girl ran neck and | i DODUuirlty race. Among I h e I. k*4 Pi ItH i Ellzjbctn's baby was Aral Om la I araj ga sorry thai t i Ut baby girl would not DOW ti use Honnte Prince Charlie*. baby clothes. Another lady still had n cutr "i to make on the Tc>' Hali'i. h %  said thi she had UataWM hi TILeon mentary and i> I KMI Hut ton hm* i often on his kffj that sin -. %  .i .. < %  i %  i wile would l" iMndlng his bi light. Lorry Driver To Pa) £100 For Belle Mule // Died After Collision TinKarl ,if LMCellal ei al versus Allan FltMl can In ittt Court uf Common Picas inued baton His HOT IUI Iht Cblai Judge, Sir Allan Collymure. ymterdav With .1 verdlCl bv Ihe jury m favour of Ihe plaintiff. PUintif) u-.i judnmenl in Ihe sum of JU 100 and costs Two Doctors Liiud Goodwfl] League \ %  i D Hurts! E. Oabourne rsthvi %  sal daughu-r. both of who *raahlns"tL D.C..U S A tad the children** Qoashnltl laagur yesterday ami eoaaipU mentary term* m the Vsii .1*' Hcmk Dr Benjamin Osboii: "A visit to the Children' %  Ooodwill league la an inspiration M*W !<• le forgotu-n Here is Chr stianitv ml work Barbados is fortunate in laving so unselflah a invn a tto John Heckle*. wbOM welfar. "I. -lands out as a i'halletigi tiro CarlbNua lo go forward and do Kki •> IM -ngratula' % %  Vi ):, ..: ., ol'egU| ami the %  UiT" Knjo>ed Vixt I 'i Muriel OtbOUnH an)ond my visit to the Childran'i noodwUl League It bj a ploatniri lo work with children, especially boag part'iila are Uaiaola b %  C them These illlldUal will he our men and women o, to m rr.iw. and it ionlv witl mds and bodies that w< can di our beat Rest a mcees* in the humanitarian under taking I am aure that the rcldrCii wll' no* forget" Dl fteiijamiu Osbourne is a Bart>adian. his daughter an AinerHouse Did INot Meet Yesterday THE House of Assembly did not meet ye A fi ttar; Mi r i> Bryan Mi P, C. Qoddard *Fort Townsond Comes From Grenada Origin i>f ihi • %  .'.i collision on Manli 1 la>! \. U | oi the U4-lle I'Untaiion i(.*.l between Uie motor lorry driven h* ihe df findant and owi.ed by tlie QoV< am r-m-r\. .!'-. .,ii, •i mule ear: OWrMd b* U* Hello and managed by Charles Taylor. The Ion were both laden with .. l.-llll t 'lie ,. .the four mules i! .• u Ihe cart was killed. Value of the mule was placed at £100 Hot \hieh the plaintiff brought an i" .niton .igmnsl the defendant ""_. u ... The plaintiff was represented b Thrcc Sh,us "' Ba > Mr E K Walrott. K.C., InalniCtoa The """'Va! of the Tuui I,v Mevsrs Carringtoi OUMJII the number THE nn.t-,,.n Btoonuhlp Fon roumaend umWi the r^intittand oi Capl John I > Kara, arrlvad from Qrenada re lei daj B itti I i.>iid tm Barbadoi The 1 i is sister ship of the %  > >> rorl Amheral Apart from the paaaannn landing, thenarc ; ; paaaangari and the maioiity ol :h.m will l> returning lo 1!Lb. Cyril C Oorhtn, Jhn Durant. McOoMie r.-rir. Cullibert Kdvraid'. Penniaik Ba> %  ll.-t.-l..i i r k Jolin Ianu. I Cameron Ford*. Wimioci Gail. Cratnic Oamn, DamlM 81. C. Ortavfi. Lionel Greave.. Belboun* Grav, AiihLir Gwif. M-.D..I.-1.1 i;-.. ,. Coi %  > 1 Ore" nc. Sar1. i.ln-i % %  • Jvwpti OravnMlaw, XlUah Orlffllh. Edwin Cu'lina. Ilillon llinii. C'aaale Holdei. Cecil l|i-lder, G)>id..n. lWI&eld I Juu.pl) Kill*. Ulrli Sanuiel 1 I ktiteiiav LaytMr. Whttrleld layne. Jiarph Mai>i>. HuluTom Mayir>. JMIMI Mom*. gafrMKi Mom1 Mutrav aU<>rlmi MrClnn. Alfred MrKelney. ChrUlopheraon Nelaon. Lwoy SM.an Nieholli. ArcrtlbaM 1Nun., la.. I'.n. HaC tnl Payne. Joaeph Pill. (iranvill Premeod, KennaUi R pir*od. Samuel Preamd. Ooidon Preolt. <;. %  fff I'rliue. Garfield Purk.rln. EUiHortl Her,'. Vlrlor R HobUiwn. Mlllon Kreo'i.i. -r -. (J-car Scanllebury, CrHHtoitWkd S#n.JI. Edn-iod Snwll. Mai Slephei Altieil sprinwi. K, ... Eraklna Waller*. Cecil Ward. Conrad V-.-kM. Samuel Werke.. Chaile. Whll her. Samuel DaC W'cKham. Oe-terfleld 'hile defendant was represente. v Mr W W noece. Kt u tructad bv Messrs, Cotlle, Cat ford 1 .. Hearing of the OTM %  to thn .1 and -Vutiirolui re 'Hi bu3 % % %  .' : 1 ..i)..> from the A w bile othen i urn the h.il.hi The \ 11 11 ill %  1 cargo f hardware, cycle o.i. blanhi' rayona, troraed lultli glassw ire, radloe, llna %  1 buttti. whJaky, hi tovi 1 bryclef oil loth, bowls 1 Igaretto pape idvoi ising maitar, anamclware. knetbt ind fittings, putty, knitting A line of i'2 and 1costs to !" % %  '-veil da>.-i 01 n niiis, flannel, ahoet, \ n flaaka, default one month's Impi :.-. K fuse hlngi weights, unpiiseil mi I.loyd flrifllth Ot •loiekH Fined For Speeding Kew Hiw.f >• Mei-dn.v' In It ihlp Mi H A Talma fa r, aad lug while driving the u X-H36 au 1 l( ,.„l on July 10 Cpl. Jon* said tii.it tht cm when it entered the (rap was doing over 28 miles per hour and Die speed limit on that road is 20 mile* per hour. s. ; Ford* prosecuted on behull ci ihe Pi Another line of 30'and 2 coats was imposed on Herman ..1 TaiU Hill. St George for not stopping at a major mini while ruling the biqrele O-fMI on July 1^ The case was heard before His p Mr C, 1. w.iiwvii Two Schooners Reach Port TWO intern rind yesterday .none left the t islands. Thov lomal vessels arfrom Trinidad but for other (Lining in yesterM-tOfl Sihooner THESE TWO HEADS of Lady Blood and Hr. O. H. Adams are ou show at the Pottery Exhlbi tlon which Is being bnld at the Barbadoa Mu-enm The heads are tr* of four Sculptured by Karl Broodhager. Lt/iiaud // uhder Cap! n the 38-ton Ore a lll* Lass under Cant Son While the l.ai bioug'/t MO drums of aviation gaaoOiai for Messrs DaCoata & Co Ltd., the f.!sj*d brought only iNillast The /.iin3|/d i> consigned to Barbadni Import K BipOffI Lid while Messrs D. l. Johawn hi toe oonsignce of the Lax PRESS CLUB MEETS TODAY Mr. Aubrev Houglas Smith MA. will bo the guest ipaaktl %  .,,; %  of U> Barbados Preas Club ..I 4 30 thla afternoon. A panel .i Ci %  %  will dafeusa the fourth EnglandWeal Indie* Test match over the Kadio Distribution Service from 7 30 to I, IS tonight <..\HIIISO.\ MONUMENT Monument Cleaned Up THE Monument at the Garrison, opposite the Barbados Museum was recently washed and the terrace around it cleaned up. This Monument was erected to the memory of Officers and soldiers of the Roval Yofl R*UUpn*| Who fell in nrtion in the Army commanded by Lieut. General Sir George Beckv. i'h. K ll. i.i the re %  notion of the Fiench < %  Martlnioju Guadeloui. |fl | i [810. It : i.itcnan's. three Str| lorporai., • ne drummer 'and 43 p; erected t. tbi memory of Lieut. < Pati h the 1 %  %  Volunteers t Ouadelon: I .mmand Ing the Itoya) York Rangers on %  promotion rnnflrme,l upon i.ni bi %  j the head 'A %  110 at Marti: "iipe. taMat was loaa Ooorne Bockwith. K.B.. ConMnan I H a mark r...'. only of Ip but of publii respect for H %  i Jt'ST I Ml II01 J Kit !! CHICK STARTKNA — OBOWDU I.AVENA — RABBIT IIIOW CAI.F S.TARTENA — IHMI CHOW OMOI.K.NI: H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. D„..,b u Mr. Factory Manager LET OS HBLP We can supply tb VOU WITH YOUR RUfAtlt rROBI.RMH i following ei STOCK BOLTS a NUTS— Iron Br>gbt Steel — All I BEARlNO (Rltimmer Block.) i %  "! T T/PB ft D1EB In seta from '," to ',," Harbour Police /Munches Overhauled one of the new launches added this year to the Harbour Police fleet. IS hauivo up on late Whan opposite the Nel-on Statue It bj bang painted and it is expected that it will again be lowered into the water later this wan k When this boat Is back on patrol. lU sister launch. Hawk, will be hauled up and painted. These launches were brought to the island in Jauuary and turned over to the Harbour FotsM Just a few yards away from the Snipe labourers wenloading lime ^n the Schooner Easwrn fcYI while in the inner basin wood and coals were being unloaded from the Schooner faaeUvM which arrived from llnttsh Guiami ..eek-eud The Bssnlaae i^ .-.till low m the %  .'i.-i and thi .hows quite clearly that her cargo of rice has not yet i.cei. touched W\ car-Old Sees Vinion of Virgin • ll.:", t'4 1 t'Uioh, I'nin.n. IMHIU-.I -pen.it ilgiuua Mime* .it Ncvadah l<>ay—the I'.itiii.ii, faaUval of the /. sumption of the Virgin Mar> He ue.scifcb.-d Mrs Van Hoof's x'U :,i. .. i natut i' [TM iii-iu'p lU-nient added "Att en da n oa ol ne and nuni and Iro C aUwIki \i. %  IB may %  %  i U> the Mothei of Qod Aboui wi Hsfatta and M nunt ere before the shim. tOdaj S.v .,1 POOpsa lninte,! Then gaunt Mrs Van Hoof appeared and knell %  i Press Ol M nothing Will Hoot covored I hat hands .ii vnl directly into the house la ma sgi Which she ^.n.l the VllKill gay* %  i Praj and pray bard The %  i %  non A nwoaian comiiiee .. %  ihe Roman Cothfflk 1 lurd are Healer. nuts, pan ill, ,'iei distemper, poi baato :. %  et i.i, phonei .nd teleaawne parts, biscuit*, paint, (dinners. re dyad drfl :ports goods, cord, stationary, iloplllo, wudding. ladies' hose, quito nets, sheets, raincoats, ....Ihei ilotli. pillows, floor (.Hiring, .'onfettionery and corn flakes It also brought felt, ticking. i-tun*, (ruck bodies, a Vanguard van and Smgcr saloon. 1 ned Jam, disinfectant, chain. j%, scrapers, slippers, yearn, shoe lining, spanners, matches, cocoa. vaauum lugs, cutlery, wheelbai rows, Sealing rings and dry flah Ms supplemental* • tirgo .onvistd of canridfat, bonnets, steam mmp spares, pick handles. Icing I near, castor sugiir, isjrfal I %  tout, rubbei nose, boning and i tubing. The majority of (his cargo is or| dered by the various City Meri bants, hut the cartridges were ordered by Government. The \rirtircihsf is cnri-ii;m-l to Messrs DaCosla ft Co l.t.i ^ orine Wins Men*s Singles The v, bleb arag playcl at Belleville T. %  %  It Hill uin i) i: Worase was a struggle ti nmg to end and , | Tins araa aaauy DM batter game f thS I'M-III;,: ',".e Man*i Dow i -howeii quite a 1,1 ..t I Atomic'* tennis bran ilant volleying won luo, 'art St. Mill on the other 0Ok the %  i • at i -.-ily from .Vonne deteriorate, %  • err not so accurate aametlrnea %  %  Ch?ver riayiug Meanwhile Woime COni %  %  %  Hill In '.lie latter part %  bttuj and **Voctoua s ini iron avers In id.. M*m*i Double Di M n and E TayhM b l Pal n and D W Wiles l This aitarnoon rannli Ctub, Dr scanning and K P Tayloi ..ill n I'III and b I Won %  I,.-,. %  Cmidraio' Coldi Go Mcr Quicklv i Mil l> ..I.I i-ut.r throat andheai all In dangar. How .an you help all Uuec.' By aplci-aiii nib with Vkka Vii|iou buy an tXIDI BaUSJgy, When It's SO IXIDl VOU SUM' DEPENDABLE %  ATTIIII8 FOR €1 YEARS! | BENJAMIN'S JAMAICAN HEALING OIL An aAOOtual Hemed> for internal mid i xtei i .1 n i A'tlima. Bronchitis, Burn Cetarni Dyaantary, psvaj* Nauralgja, Piles. RheumaI ind wounda <>f wtty i man and basal ran -. rut VOTTM BRUCE WRATHERHEAP LTD. Bni ,.r in....,i -,,.,i BACK AGAIN TAPE ,Dd riE OLAT. BAm.E BRICKS. . ASBETO KCPE. I-IBRE. MC. Three Stars SWEDISH Matches. Thm BA Mi AMPS i Of \/Pitt fgfcfc HCADQUABTCgfl FOR ALL FACTOET AKD PLANTATION dUPPUEfl. S.'SSSSSS.'S.'SSSSS** ,*s.:'.'s r '+'S r :'*'.'~*ss*'.'S.*.*,*.' r ; timely Qifls for friends Abroad GUAVA CHEESE 1 lb. tin 90K 2 lb. tin S 1.80 GUAVA JELLY 1 lb. tin 44? — 2 lb. tin 88? KHUS-KUS GRASS 5? per Bunch CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10. 11, 12 & \M BROAD STREET HOME PRODKTS DEPT.



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FACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATK WEDNESDAY, AUGUST U, 1*5* Qahib CaJUwcf P LANNING a %  :.'-' txhll York U autumn i% Mr* nMtrlM Mn former polltim Anthony EOei;. For yean she hi*. ilandscapes ano still-lile paintings, working in oil.*. Ni %  to sell many of them AlnMb Hi I i 'ia* promise of IUCIVJV Al an Ameni-irJ. charily exhibition aba allowed picture. It was sold i"ime.liately Mrs Eden was In Barbl this yar, staying at I li-i %  Beach," St. James. Ihc BfiffM (4 Mr. and Mr Ronald Trre During h< i ..r> hare *h' ipHll auite a lot <>f her UIM paint No doubt several of her exhibit* ID this forthcoming •xbtWU will be scene* Miapiumi Pinrlirr H OW much truth is I the masculine jibe that tin hli 1 11 rm Spare Travel ^^ Fears that a rocketage woman juat hasn't got flT/ what it takes to make a good K. motorist 1 Plenty according to a in 1 alW have beer scientific inquiry Just completed -Jh.ve.1 by Also off to-morrow to study anglnaerlng la UM U K II Mr Heri>ert Grannum, son of Mr and Mrs. William H. Grannum of 'Ashtoti." Garden Gap. Worthing Herbert however will be going to Scotland These two boys arc promising w.iti r Pole ptajrari, bout belongng to the -Bonito" Water Polo Club Their presence will be greatly missed when their team enters the second round next week. Carlb joins with Water Polo f.ms in wishing them success for the future. Shells for Souvenirs L T COL and Mn. John Thompson who have been here for 'wo weeks staying at the Crane Hotel, left yesterday by H.W.I A for Puerto Rico, intranslt for 'he I'S. where Lt Col. Thompaon rn officer in the U.S. Army, stationed 111 Kansas. During the action In the South HOUSEWIVES' GUIDE Prices of CaulifW 1 Cabbage when the AdvoH l,. -lerday C'AI'l.IKI stilly It.W.I.A. for Antigua From thcro the marine life around these v.ll go to Saba to visit his shores. the Government's eareh Laboratory. Searching testa for accidentnoneness were made on IM mci md M women chosen at randoni (ran the scientists, clerks, technans, typists, and labourers who ;>rk at the laboratory in liar %  Dndswoilh. Middlesex The test* were made wtth special machines devised by tit Medical Research Council. One measured co-ordi nation iMtWOM hand and eye. Another tested combination between hand and ear. A third recorded ability to react rapidly in an emergency The men beat the women easily in every trial. Dr. J. R. Manning who supervised the investigation also 0 V ihT'Kle'mn Strait. It was inwanted to find out how mechanltrod UC ed by young French oyster*, -al apUtude varies with age. As fcpported to laaarave the native he expected the results showed HOCK that a man's driving skill deu-< \ \ I. E S ales as he gets older He could %  och no worthwhile conclusion about the women. Only 11 of ihem would admit atl igaj Birlhduy BIM.II>. -fPeople born in AUGUST am. Oyster Set-hack • Britain's aalfi ^ady taking he.ivy punishfrom hordes of invaoV -•\f pstnagMi S IS am I %  P ourih Tel. 100 ••' i M m 1 • n, Ttw : s.*>. 1 is 1 a* Gmmli *v*kSVotn <>,. EMU l-t,ii>mm* Psrad* i.iULaiul \> WBI IIICIIV* S M B n 8BC WP.| of BB>*lan Thr N*". 11 Id i II u p n. D*..' % %  I I I I • V.. 1 IMtSSJ 1 • T.lh: I IS i> nv H-d*" N. HHOAOWA Y OFFERS JFOR VOl'M PLEASt'BE : A Small Sample Lot of Caabmere and Ansors Mixed Pt'LLOVERS and CABDIGAN8 from S1S.M — fll.Ot M ITICOLOCKED. WHITE A HD SPORTS BsWH A FULL RANGE OF KPtlRTS URES8EM ANU BLACII WEAK.-Slacks. Blevaes. Skirts. Etc. Etc.. Etc. iii s... Ilonw N*wa (ran U) p in BpurK Rwvl: ) *S i m Htnrr Wood Promenade Corc*Tl; 4 I.I li m The Ntwi; IS p m The I Dsl V He-vice. 4 l> p in Murtcal HldH p in Kngland vi West b.rnacles are suffering -nothai %  f^g 1 ,,*? fj,g, % aj %  ss fjga set-back Dutch shell disease jo,, hniui .MUHT. n m i> n. The Afrw-n has appeared on the oyster-beds James IUs*e!l left an mute to Saba A Lifat Sea brottM and sister whom he ha: not seen for many years. Like most of the Hassell family. he has lived most of his life at To Study Nursing Y ESTERDAY was Miss Morva Leslie's last day with Barclay Mrs. Cook a„rl the hm rhi.'dren sea He Is the Captain ofa vessel U nk To-morrow %  £ e J v *"£ tr : III join him there short 1% ..Me, which *ai>b-twecn the U.S. b ^, d < ? fol i new -*f ofe al in England. Europe. South America, Japan and (he PnlUppI i Leaving To-morrow He w.ll be roturnlng to BarbaM AJ and Mrs C Noott and do* In iwo months' time before their young vm 'lavld, are ho leaves for his home in Richalso leaving to-morrow h\ theGaamond Hill. New York In RichLeslie, 18 Suns Ip SEPTEMBER tend to be more nlelligcnt than those born during other months according to educational psychologists who hnvc just analysed the school records thought you lived than 8.000 youngsters. cabbage and brussel LONDON, Hamilton. IX K. MOB Mass school girl, has been Hie British way of life i.nd this Is what she thinks: Food "Wonderful. I alwa\!on potatoes, sprout will joi their arrl eogne for six months long li In England. Ma). Noott has beec In Barbados for four years as Headmaster of <'<> m he r m er e School. Thev plan to return car!* In 195] First Vtiit u n fISS GABRIEU^: GHANGENOIS and Miss Alirc Jean-Marie, two school i.... ban mond Hill he totd Carlb there Is tnnte a settlement of people wh'i originally eame from Saba. Ihs niece will remain In Barbados staying with her aunts until i Massed returns here. Will be away Three Weeks ISS MARION SHOREY left the week-end by W.I.A. to r-Dend a holiday in going to England by the Gaacognt and from there to Scotland where she will begin her training at the Glasgow Southern General Hospital Morva wants to become | nurse and the course she is taking will be for four years Cf.OSf WORD M'i from Martinique who were h>li. j,..,;.. Trinidad, with relatives daying in Darbados returned home v ,. ,. xllCC t 5 \ 0 be away for three on Sunday by B.W.I.A. During ttC ,. ke their three weeks' stay here they Ia.itiaU were the guests of Mr. ond Mrs m iireratnaii M. L. Thome of Station Hill TNTHANSIT yesterday by Miss Grangenois teaches at the I) W I A for Jamaica was Lycee Sehoeleher and Miss JeanMr Victor de Verteuil who will Marie teaches at the L'EnseigneW> niamed there on Saturday to ment This was their Aral visit Miss Monica Buie of Jama'ca to Barbados no Ihey hope lo Victor is with the Maintenance return next year. Department of B W.I A Ruperi ana the Back-room ... *.?' 22 _^-1'J Ann •.: tttllll •-..! undfrgtound pi"nr mthr* Tiilway %  '" %  J d "•' i> •* oil irallcy-o ruth M greji tpeed I hen the line |9tl %  hirply up*.ret. .nd entSM I I i"H L > our ol ihe %  fiuge. deep CIVS, *hily. espetimt ro a Wall.... %  Vi.i-ejMf is. ll Till* J valdapeaiha %  ) I) lauii^w* H.f6aJ 'f *"*1' o li sum caiatea ibuiDed i a*d is fiSS •e-poa Ml IS kggt r:uo> ftrwm Loeat. 41 1^ Sort o! Vae-ws ' JU Negatlea t> 21 lastruBBMi Ktujii ine.aaaa U riact-atrsrt M •!0 Us lUNl U I Ms fit ^j Lee.:ila! '.s.sas t M Plated *a Is ailltsrCa 'Si pi . Cu-'pui V-J,L: i, *. Biocsrllj. Hi a i .. rasud. •!, 7. Heavlif ill 8 bU).-i .c. j-.::t:r..: 1 it inina.uius. It i lu A madiciaa it li 1*. Uoii ol worS (!) 14. Cou:a be. tt OR. i osirds 1 ) •*> li. Louaga. t*> Their findings support the Woik: You don t seem to have i i Heal theory that children conmuch Una [Off work 1--^ rod in the colder oarts of the ate ,-lv.ays drinking b roar, and therefore born in late having eiavei^es' [traditio n a l summer and jutuimi hav* betfc '" %  (Tool. brains. Children: "Much better behav. I People born in aaSrch sssf than ours They have respect for birth month-made the lowest adults, and don't rush aroun.l scores in intelligence shouting, screaming tind attracting "But the differences are not %  tMntlCJR and yet they seem t rreat enough to warrant lont | jV Just as much fun .is ours" lidays for obstetrician* during School Uniforms "Abominable (Irst h-df of the year'" the Ko American schoolgirl woull IK.ychologist-. -ay WNir lnPm %  • SueeMl ul a r ly Clothes; "Cottons not as sirart Ibo DP *bjr a H1 our5 Woollens dlvitW.** startled house-fly is so quirk TOanagers "Thei don*l 0S0 off its mark has been ^e-tip and date boys as early by a super-observant scientist. „ s we ,(„ %  • lu "reaction-time" —the time it Tne ( hing That OffatsStd 1A1Itakes to get its wings working most WM thc ..pj 0 Uvpsnaf aOtteU alter sensing danger — u Juvl desolate arcaa and Isambed sites. She laughed when told they applied so p II IS p I l'V from Lelshtui H.nra'H TI.e NaWK T 10 p >.. Nf. i|vHi. 1 IS 7 5 p ni .TMkrl iWf %  1* %  w lu 10 |. m Utfeilude. .o.ls p m ere.'. Howard: 10 * ; • Werlln %  nine. II 00 P "n rroni Tl* Tim PAIN COMES UK A THIEF IN THE N/CHT "1 HO.\IIWA> •Mll.SS MUM" GLOBE TO-DAT ONL* i >.]•—BIG DOOSM "THE LOCKET" ROBERT MITCHUM & LAKA1NE DAY "TRAIL STREET" RAN DOLPH SCOTT & GABV HAYNES TUMORHOW ONLY 5 A H.30 P.M. DANA ANDREWS, MERLE OBERON And -1 in \IM:II .MOI'.VI AI\ TIM HOLT, MARTHA HYERS KIDDIES MATINEE 2 P.M. THURSDAY nil MII.I: MOUNTAIN S. TRAIL STREirr CHILDREN— 12c Anywhere i-:.iu>inr: HOYAI5 ikntally fact v. %  .1i; cam rod an %  l' S Armj ,m nts come (art llergei was watching a high'Speed Ala armour-piercing bullet 'ir^o A rly was walking acroai plate just as the bullet struck. f the Aim revealed the exact time the fly took to start b wing* after waa rudely jerked from Flint Pointer • Watch the price of Ughtaj IT will be an interest I 'mpcrtant !> %  n im moves concemu 1 The ingredients for fl laggiatlia tandC! arluch i^ %  • Miain ore of the atomic m<-tal called thorSlur L'ntil '.he sand waa mi ported in m India and Brazil ."re rich deposit* of it bam l*-en found T!ie GOVtm' • BOW knowthat before long thorium will be almost as valuable aa uranium as u source of atonk ptrata So they have prohibited further export of the ore They do not w;mt to use the thorium They are slmplv stockpiling it agaftu* ihe day when ll will fetch a b'oated price. alioBwntta nsty an pffOBi artngj just enough "re to 1 little lighter-flint metal for r\M ( *JVd iiBtur.illy tl I Itn~ lii.l.d iliilildi-. tin mounting coats pi ivurfng the sto e RpUffS. nps and not gratultieg —I.N.S. 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AU*M*I Mi. Barbajbus JKtoijcate I'rire: IIVK CfjSfTI Year 55 COMMUNISTS CROSS NAKTONG PRINCE CHARLES HAS A SISTER Philip Celebrutes With Champagne LONDON, Aug. IS. 1'WO ROYAL salutes boomed forth in London today to herald the birth of the first new Prin cess in 14 years. Twenty-four-year old Princes:-. Elizabeth gave birth to her second child a six pound girl—at ten minutes before noon (London time). The new Princess becomes third in line for the Throne after her mother aud the infant Prince Charles, born to Elizabeth in 1948. The new Princess and her mother were both report ed to be doing well in a bulletin signed by the four doctors in attendance. First In hear the now* was Ihe baby's father, the Duke 0 Edinburgh who had b en waiting all morninc in a nearb" room in Clarence House. He personally telephoned thi biibv's i rand parents. Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace just across the street and King Gem-Re the Sixth, on a hunting vacation in Scotland. IIIIIIM.I IIIH \ IIO-VOI US A •• %  < %  >< |;ss FLAOS went up m Bridgetown yetitarday * "on * offlcially mnouncad that H*i Roy-l Hllh . pm. w ElimbeUi. Ditches* of Edinburgh, hut bean -f.ly d*liv-i,d of a d-uicht-i at u M aai Sl:ipin ihr tiatbonr flew flagof all national] tle>. World Crisis Ends Council's Meeting STRASBOURG. Aug. 15. Many of Ihe 119 repretentat./es from l."> countries attending the second annual se-sion of the Council of Europe Consultative Assembly were tonmht calling for early udinurnment An the Assembly today debated . n the Schumin Coat-Steel Pooling Plan, representatives of sever. nj eeuntrie) including tireat Uritnln met behind closed doors to discuss how the present session could bo brought to an early end The idea now bring canvassed i. thru The Assembly, w'htch under the Council of Europe Statute entitled to meet for a full calendar month, should adjourn on August the 28th. barely three weeks after starting. Advocates of adjournment proponed that the Assembly -should lesume later in the year, probably l'i December. Such .idjouniment would on the (.ice of It cut aero** the Council's Charter which lay* down that 'here should be one session n yenr listing one calendar month. rt Is hnown. however. IheV Pau. Henri Spaak. Belgian President of •he Assembly, has for some time f.voured the idea that the Assembly should In any case meet twice yearly. Spank is due to return to Strasbourg on Friday when th P final decision is expected to be made on tne Assembly's duration The Assembly's Bureau — con• i'tiltg of President Spmk and its "\ir VUv Pre idem s — discussed the qvtestlortodav without arriving at a AM) smile whan %  tat L-ft for Clarence House was the first indication to crow ing outside thai the iiiirMiun.emenl was about to be made. Within a few minutes the official notice Aa> u-isici ofl the gate of Clarence Houae—and six policemen took up stations around it to protect it from souvenir hunters In Hyde Park R 41 gun sjiluie went off at the historic Towei ol I-'" don and a 62 gun Batata i ing out %  v., UM Thanes. Ships Salute British v. jrships ail around UM world echoed the salute to the first Princess boni sine* Princess Alex andria was born to the DWhew Kent in 1936 The new baby automatically becomes Princess undci signed by King George before the birth of Prince Charles Otherwise the children of Princess ElliLaeeih would h.i\ no titles. She will remain third In succession unless Prim I beth has another son In which case he would take precedence Princes* Elizabeth's husband, the Duke of Edinburgh returned from Malta Naval Station on July 28 to be with hi'* wife jt tier confinement Her l>o>'lors Sir William Gillian. of the remaining 1.500 workers were oi holiday Hie poet M ilmejal %  dY None of the Cuimnuiust Unions rither condemned the stoppage or p pee led to dockers to resume %  rorfe Meal of the i.ftoo dockeron strike al Amsterdam be'.onged to %  >. c force Only needed H' t.trn was not greatlv affected Misunder%  boul callliuj of the str ke brought some An u dan workers off but llws MtunM to work later. .. Communltt le*l Union wan accused of rwmbutmg pamphlets. Amsterdam striker, voted at a meeting called today uy the Union to make their de.-ands the same as .,. o| ..,. %  Unatagdan msterdam building mMM MUI lodU hulibng up work on all big buildings but B three dav old taxi strtke collapsed when compiiiiieIhreatened K dismiss drivers who did not ime work Taxi service, wer normal today Road workers demanding five per cent Increase also struck In Amsterdam today. —Reuter. • on pare 3 IIOYAI. -SI IISI Two Nationalist Movements Smashed THREATEN TAEGU WIST INDIES ENGLAND (for A wkts) 503 282 Germans Antl CI.'s Will Be Better Friends! FRANKFURT, Aug Is | sistes Military and civil r. ri m,Hi today an iivimco .i IKIIU BOne) aimed a< ION* I nii-ndU lelatloiis betweoi "ini-i" and AIIIPIUBI.S la 'csv III C.eii McCkn, (he Unite. High Comnumoaer, said u itatanwnl tonight that h iic.niih endorsed the staicmen WH carliei todai by Genera : Randy. Commandar-tn CIII.I M it,. I S Poll M m Cei "nanv, which urged "inereasec ommJlng ol Americans an* West Germans wherever possible Genei.it llHiidy's statement aai< %  I. i opi it i oinawanggg H i lleutet (By E. L t'OZIKR) l^ONDON AUK > %  THr A.SHES" will now I* carried lo the Wetl De-spiuall the uncertainties ul tricket. thai la the onu cumiortinK certainty now cr\sij,l clear. Far Irani aeceptinj| the challenge to obtain redeinptlon todav bv the onlv courso pomble. England played safe and at the 'id ..( the dav found herself still 221 run. behind the Weal IntUtl liis 1 innmos total. The actual leault will naturally remain a luithh problematical mallei until tomorrow'a and ol te Bui the Waal India* cannot With tain now %  pparantl) ukinii .in interest in Ihc Oval's tui I*, insurance rates against England's rtefem WUk) probably twi high to make the purchi TOO MUCH FRUIT LONDON. Aug. 15. Two Nationalist-directed underground movement* have been smashed in Communist China Ih.rd largest city, said the Moacow radio todav. Police arrested 29 members of an organisation calling itself "Column of anti-Communist National Salvation Arm: Moscow sai<1. adding that its chief vas now m Hongkong. Another organisation calling ell the "National Vol n '* r „ Sa l | I Tin C aliforiiiu Institute of Tcci Corps' 'or the nortn, no|ogy fl p BMK | enili California rinjie ornamental and useful lot other purposes as well but a breadfruit treo thiii overhangs (he road on lower Bay Stree'. ..-.,.., brought a pitsarbv to grief ycsteidjy A well grown (ruil dropped off the tree, struck •> CB1 u,p and struck %  passerby a heavy blow on thauMor. If it had struck the t edestrinn III lull loreinnugni bean urioual) Injurad Earthquakes Reported By U.S. Centres CALIFORNIA. Aug. I* Ti 11 I'K xrthquake shocks wari reported from four centres in ti .< wnJtad Stales today. Washington University at Se.it tie reported ul 1605 GMT lhal Iti seismogiaph was recurdiiiK "trerr ors. earthquake Isrge-t yet re corded. Chino Corps) had leen ordered b> Chiang Kal Shck s agent to get control over sludent bodies and create disorders, the radio said lit members had been "rounded up" Reuter. reported a tfre.-t earthquake" 1424 OM1 The location of II* earthquak' could not be (ietermined .mmtfl; Italy, but Dr. V. Rlchter aald It Kll << "very large one" He added that tha shock ,..< felt "some place on the other side o( the world" The Inslitul -s >etsmofia|ili also „ m ;„ I„ n r :t a : rt [roidrf ahoi-ka at tWSOMT las. emu in i>riiuin| ni)(hl Bboul 5368 mllpji iiwa , 1M( SOI miles below the earth's MM l.... f'a.sadetui ~LI en lilts at the Uni k"'iMti of Washington eatimate* tl. ...iMirjuake WU over l.5l I iilaiililtParalysis | Epid< IX>NDON. AUK 15 I Moie than 170 Britons now have Infantile Pnirtlvsis. il wa reported today. fort) four are in the Isle of 'Wight." holiday island off the S.W ''oast, where volunteers had to \ urse patients among them girls i>f 16. The worst affected area is Newport, the main town. Four people died yesterday, one B nurse at Richmond Hospital. Surev — Renter. In Hartford. Trinity College i. corded "quake* desertl>ed as Urn ti. .in unknown direction "A vary large and distant" -Inarai raportM l policy a profitable proposition. No one however will want the weather to take a hand In the game, and with our prayer* for victory we should miiiKle an earnest one for epual conditions Critical The English 1'resi war *>rongl> critical of ihe Wes. IttOM i hold what m have" tactics but coupled with their criticismraa :i call to Ihe English iMilsmen l<> i-it all nut l.ii the runs Quick and plentiful scoring was the mils means of retrieving situation This the spurts rtlers point el oui tmphaticall) and al length I look (orward < %  reeding UM morn Mint Mien loud deaf ears Vlrtori lor the Waal Indie* In llila in.ii.li mi> well mean %  vtsH to Australia. According In Uteat Information over here. Ihe New South VWIes t'rlikel \s<... iiilnni h.i'i been MI lmpr*a*ed b> the aerforaianres of tin Weai i nil.'erlrheters In Finland llila aeaaoii that the> have made the suggestion lo (he Aaatrallan Board ol Control lhal the Went Indie* be Invited lo tour Au* iralla In the ItSI— M aeaon. Obvloual) victory In ibis match win lend gnat wetghi lo this move. aithi.iiKb I..I mi pad i hopi thai the Wen Indie. Cricket Board of t "iitrol Hl tOtintai b) sugjtesllllg that the Aus.ifs .oine |i> tin' Canbbaen Ai \*..^ i 20.1100 go \„ ihe WJ t n t M raauli of this Hun tnd, it neeaaaary a) mean H of an all i .1 i %  ckad mi -landing in a lla/lii| sun amid billowing clouds of nan. t. itnasa Iha acana Centre of interest w.o .1 gi>>\c m trees where Mrs Van Hoof ha' ...ild -Inshould have hn neieiit vision c( the Virgin Mary. A brlna ol roiaajh planks iy>s baai ;et up DJ till grova In front 0 Iha Mack and while tarpauli horoa of ihc Vi n ffooft Oil H r /.1 in. rtood while itatua %  Out I. nil 1 r %  dun,1 1 ihe grova thai Mn van Hoi clalmad aha nnt saw the Virgn. coming 1 nt oi %  Uua oun. Blahop John P Tnau -. of Thau 1 reaaa Dtoceaa of ihe (temai • On Page ^ Catholic Rift Hinders New Belgian Govt. BSUBflBLS, An nfi 1 M,. IS Cathi Bal ic ranks was toda tteran stutesinan Paul and s efloils titouii .. Man gnn mment The all-Catholu Cabinet whi.l %  W its efTorls to reslure King l-eo Kilo tn MnIhione 1 tumble in dil nn> HoUria! ladaj hi raced avowing dtaaanaioi %  puTtv Tinpro-Laopol* Plan 1 1, Wing was rilasatlstie!iii ( .iM.obe kaadani RN allow.it> directly menaced by two MMnJtUi eheods north ol WaeKwan Communist lank per heatu movtiu out of Waegwan bridffeheeds were pwUabh within 12 miles ol Tae^u toniRhi though agjn*>—tvg .South Ki>r. m couiiteraUai-k-s have ballad thi'in Behind 'he • two hrid^cheuds is .in ontinous massing of up_ to -*\. > %  Mi rthei n Division! New Belgian Gabinel Formed HUfSSKl-S Aug IS A 111" all-Calnolk Cabinel *a ulghl Tinnaa Iramlw 1 M %  1 M-naio, Joaaph Phelaln formal Mllllslei ol .lie : %  %  .iiiiii..^ i iiunisivis in addluon > tha I'leiinet Ap.nl li ..1.1 l-holeui .. I-,, ..,., oe new Cabinet ineheli r .HI Za a la n d Sanal llmatai %  i ..paai >i,o t"o|pe. mambei ol the Uhambei ii DapuUa h Mil I 1 in Arf.ins Oargaa Van Dan i. i< MlnMa ; 11 • I.... i 1 Hei.i Danul diniM.i of A| Itun Pau .. gat Daputj Mtinsi. 1 Colonel i: A n-l'i '.inn-1, Ph 1 •1 Ed 1 Depulj 1 • MinmU-i %  %  MINI let ..I .1 |io .-Mil. ra, INSHIU Minuni 1 Health. Jaan Van Hauta, Aanata • mi MiiiMtri of Finnniiv A l>. HIKKII taeatai and Mimatai 0 Mceoii-.tMiiTion \l DapuU Mlnlatai ol Iha tntartoi K Meuiiee. Sena 101. Mini-In fm inr.inti. ii .,1 Buropt 1 I'n.ie Mlnlaiai O ihogm 11 ifimli tei 01 Worl aquae, I put) Minlafc 1 1 n iha m % % %  % %  %  atholh imli'it I..:I iiij halpad to form II uniMiiition. 10M ib. Pn 1 lovai mi anl riw I • m 1 1 ••am inhmdad lo brii ippcaaamanl IIK of the nation 1 l.oidonin UVlUlhl the innt <,f Km.: . %  itUlurtan 1 .minimi g to I ol. ..-! %  in ontguin* I iio.ilMni .HI Paul \ in /..-.. 1..11.1 ra 1 a %  | tllnl % %  t lie... Mil u %  %  leiM it.em. 1 Bdui atlon. Alfie. <).. Tave Health Reaw. regimi-ntN of Coinriianil %  ing tanks from Wanjavai over undan and •eo Third Bridge head 1 Thraa battalioni of Conn um on lonigni reported 10 hat • -torme.1 acroaa the Nakiotaj; In .form 11 third new hridgeheail %  %  miles 5011th of Waegwan anl 11" same distance north of Ihe flak long biilife" Tankitimhleo afti 1 infantry on t^ tha Ban itnnk Ii 'he '"Naktonoj hulKe" Zll milenorth ..( Munan Tlie Twant) %  fourth ''niteMates tiiviBinn was -lilt battlini. desperately HKinnst the Coirtmnnlst Ibreat winch la gmwltn alrongai In the *onth where the '..'.' : >en ilgbhiiB lo quail aboi. 3,000 Nurtharnan let loose |r Iheii roar, no ehnnm'-ApaporhM MRelalh (r.L s Trapped r, the da) as thefir-i I CommunUI tin ul .1 valoped .. 1 pai "' <\ v %  • 11 irappad on ntilr-. northenit ol Waetiw.iii l-*le lonight Ihvv wet > 1 down Aineriean artil.ii.i.-i t ra* lonigh'. I'Miniiln .. at Hie pe.ik overhnkuiH ihi 1 idg from "1 h Comntuniat wan nruig on infantry rani. otuii. 1 attacha aimed ai n-llnu Ihrough In Americana 'nib Blsawhara 0.1 the Taagu fr.iot .. %  tillen Man hitltng thNoiti. Kon lonighl Harn*siiiK Are %  wapt ihe area! bank or Naktoin. in an .in ...vein 1 poaiHona wtiere Communlal rainiorcenM -RpHter. Su^niannes Off Norway 081 O. AUK II barman have rcjMiru-1 1 •aauia unalHitlAad -iibinarines in Noun Norwagtan Tlit> lime it was In a narrow channel between two huandi in in. Lofoten OffOVfl on August 8 The Baharman *ntd she nubmerge.l bill with her periscope showing i ra vaathei • aa .-lear. This ii the hu.t nmilrnlille'l BubmarliM f lortad in North Wcawaajiaii aratan 1. %  %  • I .luthoritie-. 1:. in.' Elementary Education Needs Great Help 0 *rn*!L55L. A, *^ : — • G. Governor ^^'Z^T^^lL' -e,t this morning wher -Than can be 00 QuaataM 11 yean nearly U.WM) new places p r* to staff oil the new Behoof the tillb lltentiial Confereneinl recenl veers that w* hnve mad." have been provider! hM out childIO which [ referred "We ahal ihe Caribbean Union of Teacher* (r, ( : ,i Mrines forward i. the ran In the form of entnelv new itqulra " British flulana Bonn got underway la Bread Street Caribbean in edneation." sain His school-, replacement* of' con*'x to aaaagi hundred more MITER HELEN ROWB. who atWneed Prince** BlUahetb prince Caarlt* wa* born, now hai a batrr Pnneesa to watrb Government School m thCltJ Ixeeltency 'This eag* mark\lafflrnied contlnuad loyalt) lo ih< eajywning .lehievement in ihn King, and expn < % %  ympathj etiabiHhn In lamah [with the Union lresideni C F ( mi Univonlty f'ollego. Improved M;,nn.,rrl This will. I have no doubt. I or Ihe greatest latnefil bo •vas icjching profeaaion. and will Hi* ihe course ol time costribute perSir hapj more than Bl ** %  < HIO rabllng of Its standard %  '' "This Union 1. priminb ce •ne teacti lement of which t .1 %  ib . cold r repreal H lertaitMb H in Bril > ofl %  "-re dtrrlhg 'he p:. I Deparlmcnt of Kducatlon and feu ream we havr eeei Captain ; Vinclpal of mnk<*ery itrBtlfyinK i>rores< Queen's Coltege. were also prosIt will interest you, I am lure, ant. to learn that during the pat fo1 be 'uiu The Conference which formally declared opei %  KxeHlenrv the Ooai Wootte) K I Mr. -•.tended by about 600 1 rleirned buildings. iewondltlonin| 'cachers" and ex tei iiiiu schools AM this ha* been don* el a con1 r oma rtM.ono or tM n place Substantial ^ thi progress 1here In British C.uiana am 1 fleet, thousi.r I ill our children are to attend school art should ll placet within Ihe new' %  : four years Sir Charle. had from overseas to British Gulai.n They were very glad this country had been choaen lot Iha year's conference and glad BUM %  would enable delegn<. %  raaaa lo ^ee somethir.i of Ihhi rountry, and learn sometbing of what was beinf dona puratianee of theii -—— .••Bin mmt ii.i-.i "i|i .< %  |iui'ujTiir 1,1 i.ir.i Jim. which was to pn year, ago mi education con p II our knowledge theh for all our children I. .1 hers \V;iiile


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WEDNMDAT, Al'CTST lo. 193**, LTD %  Hudson kmon CAR DM tOH ?*ir*oater. I h p SUtndard Car Dial L Small II7BJ u.m-k J 10 II %  four DMi in*n rm I Vaunhatl 13 Saloon IOM Uodel. m per fe.' running csder and good condition. Tree. ieetic*iiY new Apply Co* A Co Lid CAB Cllrgen iX-IOB. A bit ihabby but goes Ilk* %  Bon>h BI.4S* Hugh Pup i*m. In Chancery Oln i C'tnurh CABOne 1050 model *. |uwin Plu* Chevrolet—in good condition Fr particularcontact H L H.nlr ,.. O.C,. r~ Ud. ... Mjffifr. CAM—Karri* II II P Good working Older No ngggggMi "fter refused. •Wo Ford Prefect I* H P *• Mew Phone XKO UK J. CM Qng~HI C3**rnlet Style Maatet iw Mi-i'i Appiv r M.hii. . Pt Wm II* 16 B SO--4n. MITJ.AKD INCANDfKCEJfT LAMPS —Frosted JS nail, lo 1 watt. Hayonel or Screw niting I .ASH LEV S UM1TED PT Wm Hy. St 10 %  *i M11J-AHD I1ATTEKY nETF.IVrMt On* only In .lock llio oo IgUWUI %  IJMTTED. Pi Win Hy St. lUJT.Ivr.RS — Two Second Hand MuL kgffg Kocver* iTrsded bai rtrlwt £*>• WMM LASIHJ'TVS LIMITED, PT. Wm FL'KMTlKi: M %  : dlnm .1 ...lr •IB 00 %  pair. Mahogany Rockeri %  pale. Antique China Cabinet, mahogany ITS 00 Antique mahogany •Idcboard •MOO .mall Mahogany tablefrom •to 00 upward. Cedar |n from MB OB upward. Stained birch chain •II St a pair, painted chain ST on a K ir and numeroui other article* at Iph A Heard ihowrnom. Hardwood Alley, dial tow open Bam t.. 4 p m daily. I>* •— %  %  PURNITURE — Mahogany Bedstead. Fibre Mall res. Mahogat. Bureau. Mahog aty Wardrobe with mirror and aevernt other ilrm. of mlercit At Serjeant: Roebuck Sl-**1 Opposite Country Road IS B 80 Jn LIVESTOCK I OH HIM HOl'SFS RCDROOM — Comfortable do. ale badroom, with board A laundry, for two i;ntl*m*n or young couple aVcelWiii %  bathing and wrrnilalllfj Vrry raa•Miable lerm. to nght part. Telephone ( %  M %  VaTMIH n narclal RegiMar by in* Dittrtct O linn M < %  —' HELP %  t.IM>.l.VN Nr •gir Mall Hd from Ut Sept Hoyl* 10 S -O In MATSOn* l|| wall r„roh*d 4 (jn* Near th* Rocki. HailingAd vocal* Co II B 90— T.m Bo XYI C < It I "In CHANCERY". or three jib furSepl 1-t Wn'e Hugh Poa• %  •50—Sn PhOOg John llla.1. IMiriK KALES AITTION UNDER nrE IVORY HAMMER BY IHSTRUCTIOMS received I will aril am Thi,r*da* AIIKU.I ITth at 1 pm a' nic-lin.n (Jap. ILirbarrei Hill. HI Chattel WU0I *i 10 with Back Hmiw 32 x taatSi CASH VINCENT CRIFrrrH. Auctioneer 19 B 40-Jn UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER ** %  nrjructton Imm Mi> Oeorf* ?£"''*.'".,' _.""' "" "' n ' "*d*neParBtao'. Rirrbare** Road on Wedn**cay loth August brgtm^iruj at twelve o'clock her entire lot of household furniture which romiits of Morrli and .ipright chain, all of Mahogany, painted. %  r-a-graai and upholilered chain. Ma h o g a n y Kidney and olher table.. Book cue., waggon,. Orgmi>phnne and ->rtiroi Including BHamer'-. CtUClrlkkni. Book* Electroplated war* futbrrv. Glaaa a. China ware, Table Teniut hoard complete. Slmmoni Bed%  teada with Ipringi and nu*Ircai*> BsB J IBa aaq Bad P-lntad hedateikd with •pnng and mattreaa and pillow a. MIL hi.fc.ny and painted Wardrobe*. Mahogany and painted Drearlng table*, tnartrktable and standing lamp*, Oarden hoar. IMH mower. Ruga. Electric toaster. Hot plain. Coffee rVmitalor. J burner Oil Stove, wood Move, and %  evnal olher Items too numerous to mention Terms Csih D'ARCY A SCOTT 13 B -4n UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER On THURSDAY lllh. by .^dei ..f •." 1 T. O Wiiliama w will tell hi* lougg appointment* A No 40 Graeme lil! Terr.u-e. which includes Very nKe Morris Suiv Sett* for 3 md 3 Arm Chair* with Spring Cushion*. -law Top Coffee Table. Nest of Tables. %  Cock-1 HVTjn T\... Servicr-i,!. Mules about laf> OR each •Is well brerl Helfsra \3 \o Old HAROIJ) I'HDVFJtlls I MECHANICAL CYCLE • Oi Sports Cycle l.lgM with Batt Phot c 1I0O e Blue Dumber OenU I say Bid and Dy no-Hub ry set — IB month* old TYPEWRITEB — One Portable typewriter "Remington' Brand Made In USA practically new. Apply Hota POULTRY 10 B JO -Hi POULTRY Twei.lv fowU con-lriing of While leghorna. wyndol* 4 lo S months old Aim some good coekerela be teen any day from I to 6 p m "Marlsiow Masweir* Coast. Phone •403 15 %  SO—In MISCELLANEOUS ds.cn; ZIZ ANTIQUEnVof Gtas*. Chma, old Wa'.reolourt torlv booka. Map*. Ante granh*. etc at Onrrtnges Anilqiia R-ioo adjoining Royal Yaebt Club Build up vcur enargv In this hot weather by taking "HHANTVS THICKEN % %  MIIC1 It conWit* of the stimulating and re*toring propertie* of the flne-t Englhh ChKken>. and U ready for Immediate u*e. Price II.01 br* KNICHTS LTD. U B-M.-So. BOYS" SHIRTS PANTS and PY JAMAS, ready made *id mad* H >"•* sure. Guaranteed It low prices Koya „,. Phone 4.T60 It SO—Tn 11/sTK RTONr. . in 3 ft de r foot Apply Bennett Thin nan IB %  BO 4f> Tablea all In Mahogany; Electric Table (..'in'VT-ndah Chairs, Card Table. l.-rge HYE RADIO. 4 Dwa I Bed|l.,i DresMng Table with mirror ln*ld*. Rediid* Tablea In afnbogany Wall Mirrors. Hang Preen*; Dreamm A. Bedside Tables In Hire" rtilldren't ii ,i.i,.,t*. Ape" Vac: Cleanse with all at. ..ehmenTZ SarvM Waahlng Machine ir ptrfeil condition, Bath Scales. English Blocinc Refrlger..| 1U HA IRCjMhgl Nr-m ^ Hum. r Oil SUtve with i-ven attached Kitchen Uleii'lls Tables. Dreaaer. l_.nl* %  o.l Play Pen 1.1. Child'' Practl its This run all' New and Ii linn Rale II 45 o'clock TROTMAN CO. 13 B 50 |B Aucnos I „,ll ..RT fo, v.lr by Publ7 Conapelllton on FRIDAY IBth at 1 pm at mi urlW* VICTORIA STREET i|i One eighl acre of land at HKMawl AI'E IIOAD. Sp.-nen Hill with the chattel dwelling house called "CLUNT" •landing thereon ConslaU of double roofed houte with usual out painted, water and other utility rear by VACANT POgBEftSION: il> 1JHT square feel land al MAHOGANY LANE with a wall dwelllna hou*e and out ofnees Handing Uiereon. contains drawing, dining, two bedrooms, water Rented. i]l "CORAI.VrLLE" .landing on 1.434 MiHlrlfeet land at GRAZETTER RflAD. *i Michael, house contains drawing, dining, 3 bedrooms, usual out office. Painted, eleclrlc llghl. .mall .hop at-.e VIX-n kepi *g Juatlce a*, lib vakla. whoa* trad* Cottwalitove decheatovakU. ha. apphei lor th* ragtetraUon if a trade mark fel part A ol *laj|a|T M rwanactlon wit-. IT*urc.atc tyrea. tyre a tubes, and t*r* aaaaVtaon g U cas. wholly or predominpntly ad naharsl er ar'IIWul rubber and wiu be ergtued to ragteter the same after one month from the 4th da, Bf A.igMSt IB0O unless aame person shall in Ih* meantime fSssj notice in duplie.te to rae at my oBBee of opposition of osjen realMration The trade mark can be %  sen on application al m> ogBee n.led thi. 14th day of August 1BS0 H Wll I IAVNsarKtrar of Trade Mark* II I av k. TAKE NOTICE Of** !" '** lha CAKSTAIRS BROS DlaTlLLBNG CO INC a rorporation organised under trta laws of the Stale of Maryland. Culled S'ates of America, who** trade or bu.mraa address la Lexington Avenue. New York. United agate* of Ame-i.a haapplied lor the registration of a Irade mark In Pan "A" of Register In connection with /ftcohoii,. Beverages, especially Whl.kv arid will b* entitled to register the aame attar on* month from the 4th day oi Augiut \ n ~n uiilea* some person %  hall In the rneanlim* g.ve notice in duplicate to m* at nrj office of opposllkin of iu*h reg-rfra!lon The trade mark can be seen or. app'lcnUon at my office Dated thl* !4lh i!ay of Augu-t 1*50 I WILLIAM?. Trad* Mark*. II B SO-*, "SSB Hard-re I m letter at ll.rl.fcliCo-i-i-t „li\.Don Stock Room Appty WOMEN House Laundry L Sea View Ouest II a v. %  MISCELLANEOUS INVALID M .in ,^r, w i. Liable back and fool .meat* *ilh Br Hiilwm TAKE NOTICE PALM0LIVE That COIAATE^PAIJ^OLIVf^PEan COMPANY. LIMITED, a corporation organlisd under the law* of the Dominion of Canada, whose trade or busineae addresa la 04 Colgate Avenue. Toronto. Canada ha* applied for the registration of a trad* mark In Part "A" of Reginer in connection with Tolle' Soap and will be entitled lo register th* un.e a'jer one month from th* 4th day of August MM unleaa Bin. person anal I In the at my office of opposllkin of men recur trsiion The trade mark can be *eeei on 14th day of August IBM. H WI1J.IAMS. Rasrutrar of Trade Marks. TAKE NOTICE CANADIAN BEAUTY That LAKE OF PRE WOODS Mil-UNO CO LIMITED, s British Company, whose trade or business addreaa I* 410 St John Street. In th* City of Montreal. Province or Quebec. Dominion of Canada, has applied for th* regi.tratlon Of a trad* mark in J>arl A" f R#g"tc in connection with wheat no iand Win be entitled to regl.fcr the *ame after oo* mxnlh from the tlh d*r* oi August 1BB0 L-nle*s some peeaon .hall In the rneanum* give notice In niplleate to m* at my rJRco of oppoaltlon of eujrh regiur--ion The trad* rnaai* can be seen on applies( %  on al my office. Dated thi. 14th day of Augu.t IBW H WIIJ.IA.Mh Ragteltar of Trade Mn k TAKE NOTICE ABBOTT That Abbott Laboi atone, a corpora 'ion organliad under the Lawa of the Slate of Illinoi*. United State* of America. whose Irade or billing*. address n 14th and Sheridan Road North Chicago Illinoi* Untied Slater of America has applied for the regie tratum of a trad* mack in part ~A" o He enter in connection with "Varteui chernicala. drug*, pharmaceutical., the raiienlk dietary aupplemenl* anlweplin germktdes. and biological and bacterial product*, for both human and veterinary uee. such produrta being Hi %  he form of the usual preparations foi ornl or parenietal edmlrds)ration or for iia.it apphcallnna, a* arttutkin*. tniiturr. %  yrupa etlnra. medicinal eatrnrt*. fluid eatrecta, powden. nupeiwion*. coaled o> iincnatwd tablet a or pill* .1 ulcer*. IU l| hard or *oft eapaules. elerlle smpoule aohitloni. *teii|* aolullona or %  uapenaion* m vUls^ or rlerile pmrder* in ampourea. lotion*, liniment* pastes jell ie iilnt men I* spray* cream* .uppositorle*. and such products being intended for the followlnf medicinal p*s*pagg| .iirrgrn eitract* for testing or treatment, alternative*, amebictdaa. analgesic* and anodyne* miaphredialac*. anaesthetic, antacids. anlhelmlntlr* and vermihige*. antanemlc* and hemallnlcs. anticoagu'anN. antlconfe* tants antidote* for arsenic or he* < metal tolsoning. nntldy*enterlCa. antigens for non-apeciflc therapy, ant ,on. mitiperlodw anil tagva*. nnti.ppt.a and %  r wl epaa) .'rodlalac. .tringenta. automalir .tlmul.r t*. baet*r%  I -Fiii.cn. preparatlona UT calcluan h.ranv. cardiovascular %  *f-uil*nt.. ^rnlnarlv*. chioragogu**. ...ronanr dllaior*. cosmetic ereesna and lotion*, diaphoretics. dlge.uvaa. Iiolic* and •xrtneir*. emetics. char-.'let prei'sration* %  emurlde*. nnltrheumatlei drodon>n -MMTAKE NOTICE PALMOLIVE THAT COLGATE PAUMOUVE-PEET i'lMl'ANY. UMITED, a corpora*on organised under Ihe law. of the Don.mlon oi Canada, who** trade or bus!"*** addresa U 64 Colllat* A.enue Torotiln. Canada, haa applied for Ihe re*i*traiu* dressings, •e.latlv**. ntimulanta sunburn i>r*veriiallv*s. Hisue growth stimulant*, general tonic*, eric acid %  Hrnlriant*. verted** vein oblltetsnui ysocon*trictriT-i. vaao dilator*, vehicle* eg Inactive cnrrlara or diluents fir active therapeutic Ingredient* vitamin preparation* a-ray rontmst media preparallona" and will be entitled to regl.tei lha aame after on* month from the Bth day nf AiignM. 1950. unleaa *nm* person %  nan In In* meantime give no'le* lr. implicate to me al my office of opposition of *uth reglitratlon The trade mark i is een on appllratkm al m* office Dated this I4lh daT of Atigutt IB50 II WILLIAHS nngldrar of Trade Mnrh IB B 50—Jn Applicant* nuial at lea.t hold the i*l CerUPcat* mi Raiiila'i->n a iti-n l>> II Gon*ral Board of Health Any further particulars required mev be obtained at Ihe Parochial Trs—aurar I onv-e on Tuesd.evs and Thiit*cl-i1^ n ihe hour* ol 11 %  m and .1 p %  •n.cessrTui Applicant I* lo aanun* a on Ihe In of Septe m ber P H lAKUniS Clerk Cotnmlsalonpt. of Health. Mi James ^^^^^ IB 0 50 4ti BARBADOS CLERKS' UNION •* "Formation of an EducaI under Ihe Evening Institute are asked not to mtu Ihi* i and Iu make a special effort CHRISTIE SMITH. Oeneial Srcieiati II M.i Log ull. up. Rouge. XJ*na;k. Eyebrow Pei Face LoUoat. Cream Rouge. Liquid P-wder B<*e. Masraia. Hair ionic. Hair Pomade, Brilliantlnr. Shampoo P'*P* aiatlon*. Mall FiiUsh Nail Polish Thinner*. and rsmov*jra i A*iringe..i.. Ih-odorani*. Smelling SalU. Sunburn Preventative. Cleansing Pad. Baby OIL :>• i.'.. I Cream. Denu.1 Powder, Liquid Dentifrice. Shaving Cream. Shaving Soap, Tooth Brushc*. R-Mor*. Safety Riiaor* Safety Razor Blade*, laundry SOg -•I' also Karawood Poultry Space. Ffeah fhock n BRLTF WFATlfERMEAD Hd IB B SO to For Ihoaa who auRer from asthma, have "FELSOL POWDERS" In al. Felsol I* a colourlrx crystalline Powder of acid reaction and %  lightly bltur, but pot an unpl*a*ant ta.t*. easily dlaao"—* In warm waler and iliat-tu I.M HI Price >'box. KMIGITT~S LTD %  EEM I SHIRT and PANTS made I neaaur* and ready made 0 It. popular price. Royal Store. Phon water Prloe 3unC. %  BRUCI WEATHFJUiEAD I'd ii a so—s newly repalied and painted how* Marllmlale* Rrsld near all th. nta. II ha* Drawing and ninin* i*. I Bedroom*. Water Toilet anil %  Kitchenette elth water Port oi money can be paid and Ihe balance term*. For particular* aoe.lv tn ii UT A. Seeta. % %  •• "a TAKE NOTICE tf^r/e*That KKlUXXi COMPANY, whg,** Irwd* or bualneaa ad droaa b Street, City of Betiic Creek. Sute of Michigan. United SUtea of / applied for the reglau-aklon of a trndo i ...r „ in Part "A" of Refjirley In conWdh Cereal breakfa*! fooda, itock and poultry feed, and dog food and wlU be anlillad to regle-cr the after of Aui he 4lh I unleaa mil petaon .time five notice I shares of Cl BARBADOS reglelrs i* BTlve r otTIo* < FIRE INSURANCE CO El each in BARBADOS TllADLNO CO. LTD will.be art up for iale to public competition on Friday mral Ih* lh inaunl at 2 p m at our Office to I %  Bg %  CARRINC.TiyN A SE-M.Y IB I 50—3n f AilgU.I hall In the duplicate to n Dated thu lth day of A"gii.t_ lo i applic TAKE NOTICE DECELENE Thai DOWNS, COULTER AND COMANY. LtMrlTD who** trad* or bualnae* Id ten I* 4. Purrer Stree*, Bradfort Court, ol York. England. Ua irer* ha* applied for ..-gi.lr.lloi iliflcial *llk. .** pmrlnmli .. register II mds. pi or* e i. "in composed Irlal Mlk or of mlarurea of illcial -ilk or ol wool and Ihe artificial .Ilk In each •ting, and will be enHUed lay nf Auguat. 1*90. Ut i the ich fogrsvau • of Th of Augu.t 1050 WUJJAMS. nf Trade Marka II B 50—In TAKE NOTICE HEINZ Thai H J. HEINE COMPANY ..rporatlon of the Oajminon-eaalih United Stales of ATnei ins* trade -ddr .ylv.nl. %  IVlie.1 H Reaflsir.r I J.I AMR ulr Marki 15 I 59 Slreei. Pltt.burgh. PennUnlted Stale* %  •( America i.r the registration of a t Part A of Register m with canned. tinned. bottled food product •. and win entitled to regl*ter Ih* same after 1*50. unleaa *ome person shall In lha meantime give notice In duplicate ti me at my oflVce of op)-nion of *uck reglatralton Tlw trade mark can bt aaen on application at my onVc Dated thU i in. day of Augu.t IBM H WILLIAMsi. Registrar at Trad* Mark* II a 50 *, TAKE NOTICE Thai I'M KI'JII rNDURTTlIES LIMITED a Hri'i.h Company, whoa* trad hii.lna-a address I* ITT I*nt..n B 1. vard No'tinghem ha. applied for the regl.tra Uon of a trade mark In Part A n RegJMer In connection with Bicycle* mi .tor-eye lee *nd tricycle*, and parla o all itieh good* and will b* entitled ti 'rristse the aame after one month fron Ihe 4lh d>v of Augual IB40 unless norm perion shall In the meanlln give ns'ic duplicate lo n< at my office ol oppo %  on of mch reglitrallon Tho trad. be %  **'. on appHeaUon at % % % %  afjg. £20 MONTHLY EASILY earned *t n. %  in spare Mm. lc sling In •tamp*. No aaperiences neceaaary Suitable foe ellhar •* I %  IHI eeoi'ar* you wllh Student* ir Co Ion le* and Dominion* for pen corI respondent* Encloer It, itamp Air I Mall only Uke few. da**. F Parting. •nn. Prosnecl K .** 3M Wlgan Road. t^igh Lanct. England a.i IM' Fer Salr-—Con.fi MISCELLANEOUS JUST ARRIVED a fmah shipment of KOKO" f..r Ihe Hair. Il ptne. II | from falling nut or from turning nrema• -e v grey. price 40 ctt a Bottle KN'IOHT-S LTD 14 B 50—Sn luil arrived Nob'ea A> Ho*-* femurpaint* In several cokntra. including *urfrcer. primer, putty, compound, and thinner*, biqutre Auto Tyre Company. Trafalgar Street Phone ISM. s a lo—T.r N TAKE NOTICE TIBIONE -l %  lllMIl LABORATORIES. a ...rporatlon organued and eklat,ndcr Ihe law. of the State of ,arr United State* of America, aho*e trade or bu.lnea* addreaa la BW nm Av-nu*. New York 1. New Yorfc United Stale, of America, ha* applied fothe registration of 0 trade nuwh Part A of Roglaler In correction i-itli Chemt "-therapeutic agent canalaiing of table*.a mad* of a thio**mic*roaion for palmonai} disease* and will o regmer the r„e after nm Ihe 4IVi day of Auguat. 'i>m* per*., i (hall in BM Of • nf llirh seen on appllcsilion it my of<* Dated tM> 14th day of August 1*50. II WIU.IA MS. Regimar of Tr-de Maiki ii a 50 an RFX-ORD AIJIUMB for 10-Inch and for and carrying cases fo* 10-lrtrh Heads and we I II I • Pleaianl-laating. tparkling fllfcg tall BOB bring* you quick m tf>e alter effectg o( : %  ami over indulgenco iootl and drink. Keep it handy. Try a bottle of "SUN TONE for %  Bantan A delicately perfumed non-oily Solution which permit* a healthy Un and prevent* run or wind burn by applyliig freely previous to exposure Price 4bOt. KNIGHT'S LTD. %  I'!'"" ng with Oeay Marine engu U.O0O a bargai |J R Edward* Phong MSB 18 I 50-T E N TAKE NOTICE VITAVEL That VITAMINS IJMTTT1) whoaa. trade or bualnea* addreaa I* 33 Upper Mall, lamdon W 0 Faigland. has *p| for the rea 1st rat loo of a trade mar Pnrt "A" of Regular In connection will be entitled to register the ** afl.r one month from tho 4th day Auguat IBM unleaa some parson ahall In the meantime give notice in dupiKet* to rne al my office nf opposition of naeh 'cgtatration The trade mark can 1 i*en on application at my oltlci Dsled thl* l*th day of August 1BS0 H WIU.IAMS --.-'. %  V.r„. ii • n—a Datrd i • 14th day M Ft nT .liar >f Augu.t 1*50 WIIJ.IAMB ,f Trade Marks LOST A IOIMI IX>ST ** Bank ol % %  (.art AthlelastL AND TYR* — *o Model Tyre Number 5TXTIBB Bew.wd i Appiv A BAB5faaS ft CO MAIL NOTICE SHIPPING NOTICES I'-rcc H., k .Be Wise....\tlverti*p. rt.iisov.ti. %  heieby w*i I li N oat Near Peg well ii not hoU mstelf responsible fo r anyone else contracing an> r debt* in my name unleaa by onfler algned by me Stgne.1 IMIRDTHY nil-SON Nee* Peawell. Christ Church DTJ ^e public are h< JolTiaon tnee Kim as :HK public are hs-rebv warned *faln-t It ng credit to my wife EVANGAUNE I .'E.NT GRKAVBrt me* Halll a* I do C hold ms/s*|f raapunalbl* for he* or i,--et* eie contracting any debt or debt. PtJHLItT NOTHI.S NOTICE i \i.i-ii OF 1ST JAMIB 'IJCATIONS for the poet of Sul H.nitar. In •parlor for Ihe Pariah of Si Jamas a ill be recevied by ih* undra: .,rd -t. Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minutes Tour skin haa nearly W million tiny aeam* and pore* where i.rmi hkl* and cau*e lerrtoie Itching. Cra-king. Faierua. Peeling. Burning. Acne. Ringworm. Paorlaala. HMikhead*. Pimple*. Pool II. h ml IgJM lilimUkM ordinary lrealm.nl* glie only l*miran relief hecau** Ihry do nt kill th* g*tm cause The new dl*e,.v*ry. Nil*deem kllla Ihe germ. In 1 minutes and la guaranteed to give you a sort, dltnr. attractive *mooth *kln in on* week, or money bock on return of empty package Oe* guaranteed Nlaegam* from your h—nl.l MIxceJgjiTrnE-:^. rr f • %  TroatBloB iroubJ*. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -tniM. ii:j 1--U.HM1 BOT1BBTI4M ANU ANTWEaVT UBA Aug 41b. lib. ICB U % ilFir-NA Sept I** Snd. Bth • All INI. ring AMBTEBOAM s VRANIENBOHO Aug llth IU A Aug IHI. Mil' ID HADBIBA. II1M..I tu ANTWgBF AND AMBTBBAAM M ^ ORANJESTAD Aug 33nd S Bll-LEMSTAD S*pt IBth MUSt. ttl TBP.IDAD. i %  It M.IIIH MMBBABA. ETC S HECUBA Aug. 10th 1-..ITICA S*pl 5th B T MUSSON. BON CO LTD All IN 14 SOIMI M.V DatM-wood will *jr> cept Caurfo and PBBI for St I.U.-1-, SI Vincwnt. Greeutda and Ambit aafhni: un thf 17th August. IW UIIIICHI Pilgrim S will BOocpt Cargjo and Pase-5fi£eri< for St Lucia, sallingi Wfdm-iU)'. 16th Anftist B W I fk-hoottrr Owvwrs AaaocUUoa Inr in.-1 4M1 Canadian National Steamships %  IIITBBDIH i AN I l.ALLENOEB 1 M)V KilUNEY LADY NELSON llth Aug llth Aug. Urd Aug Mth Aug atth Aug llth Sap 14th Sep. IBth Hep Arrteee Bell* atwOO sYdee 34lh Aug 34th Aug. BthSap. 1th S*p Hth Sep. atth Bags MH1BBOINB l.AHV NELSON i M>V RODNEY l ADY NELSON i Aug 10th Aug **th Aug. ll*t Aug I gap 3l.t Sep 10th Hep 1*1 Oct. l Oct. 10th Ott llth OCL Beth Oct. 1 ONCE AGAIN You an get DISTILLED WATER DAILY ,r-.:Hlri.7£rv: ,.n .MMU I**! -it wid .i GARDINER AUSTIN OJ LTD. AfcnU. NOTICE NOTICE Thin II lo notify tho Go-Anal I'nl.lu Ui,.l *T*J 'A ill ••' closed foi tiulul.i>:. (rofl 1H' August l*i 4th Si'pU'iiibpi'. IMI'EKIAL OPTICAL CO Hi 8 SO— In. %  s IB* talete al IDA WAI.RQND • HHWRI.L. Ule *f Ihe l.-n af % %  .1.-1.--, in the Liang *f Barbade*. Bag fsrmerly af the I'm af I... .. i., 'h' died al Bridgetown on th* Inn *> ni July, taw an ir *,„insi in nir %  Oi of Hie *ame \.RIi the lli-n*o-i foe Ih* Ailr-iini-.r %  %  e(. e Ihe snth day of August. IBM id.that date Ihe Admiinitiator will r.-**d to dlitribute the laid Estate %  aytagj regard only to the claim* of ftu.h It shall then have had nolle* DATED al Bridgetown thl* Bth day of ... i.l. 1*50 D V HVS.ti H L THOMAS Aliomet* for NATIONAL TRUST COM I'ANY. I-IMI1T.D. Administrator wllh t. WIU ANDREW D SIIKPPAKU t a*fed**aan Life Asaaeistiaa < ,, I B AIIMSTIIONG LTD. llllll-IETOU,^' "lAHnADi'S SKA VBW CHEST MRAL ii'K MM. TIUEAD CTJTTINO WILDINO BATl KRV CHARGING MOTOK RET AIEP Be* — GORDON ROLDEN BARBADOS GARAGE. ISO. RoBbuck S' : Dial 16*. I VISITOR FRIENDS Wr nrlmii" you to our Storr where we havo NOirVENIRS from India, China, Egtpt aV HAKBADOH. THWI Hiios Pr Wm. Hrnry .1 HASTING*. BARBADOB KXCIXI.ENT rl'ISlNR rilLLV I. II 1.1 II BAR BATHS: ISO. pt, Dr S MPwanU (lulBlvrl Ap(l> *n W S HOWLI.l. RAIN COATS | IN PLASTIC" FOR 1.AII1I-.S Pink, llhic mill QnSI 0 12.18 EACH PLASTIC HEAD TIES | 25c. EACH PLASTIC PANTIES lor ll.il,,,-.. — Ms, up SHOP AT I THANIS Pr. Wm. Hoary and NWBB SlrcrU 6. 42. S3 to. HARRISON LINE 1 1 OtfTWARD FROM THE I'NITKD KINGDOM Veaawt From i.'rtin Due Hart>adoi n s %  MOONC^lE3r• London 3,^ A,,^ Mth Aug s s BROOKHURST" Glautow & .jvnrpool 17th Aug lit Sspt SS •JIINECREST" London 2Mb. Autf Bth S.'i • SS TEMH.lt ARCH" London 5th Sept Mth BBtjn HOMEWARD FOR THE t'NITID MNGDOM \ 'c %  s %  • 1 For C %  % %  In BarbddViB SS 'SPECIALIST'* Uindon 2th Aug. For further Information apply lo— DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-AfenU V>'^.*>t,*,C*<.'.'.(.-.'. e^. TAKE NOTICE BARUM That Svll Narodnl Podnlk. regiaiered in Ihe Oacikmerclal Beglster Volume X ;-.' kept by Ihe DIsUlcl Tourt a' l'i Hradlatl Chechoslovakia, whose trade .. iH.iuie** eddrea* la Oottwaldo\-e C'/echo.lovalila. haa .polled for Ih* regliimtion of a trade mark In Part "A" of lifrlater in connection with Pheunn lyres, tyre Inner tube*, and lyre In* lion piece*. wholly or predornuvantly %  tural or artificial rubber, and will nn'llled to regliter Ihe lame after one n.nth from the Ith day of Auguil. 1*1" ir.eea *"iparson ihall in th* meal tirrva glv* raatle* la dupUenle to ma> rn. office of oppo.itlon of *u*h reai'-Tr la.n The trad* mark can be aeen 1 i.;.ille*llon al my ofBrr Hated this llth day of Amul 10*0 H WIU.IA MS Bnglatrar of Trade UaiV* TAKE NOTICE GOLDEN CRUST That I .A XE O F THE WOODS MTLLINr. fti J.IMITT3I a Brill* Compen -II-HU. tnad* or budnen addresa la 41 SI John Street. In th* City of alnntre* I1>.vinre of Uueber. 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WEDNESDAY. Al'OlST 1. ltM BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THRU. Prince Charles Has A Sister Stale-reit'tlernl Nurse, illm, orown-cyed StaMr Helen Roue life. Now in her late fit lie*. Sister Rowe attended the Duchess of Kent and was also mid.Mfr f..i the birth of Prince Charles The new Royal baby will us* the cot and pram prepared for her elder brother as well as new I< thes maw and knitted for her i>\ her *reai arwndniotheT Queen Mary and other members of the Royal Family. Chrikteainc The christening. It Is expected, will take place in four or five weeks turnwith the Archbishop of Canterbury, head a* the Church of England %  fflciatlng The Royal %  "smllr 1 *. hjeiriaom set if Ivory, satin and lace worn by Roval babies slnre the birth of Kmtt Edward VII win t*. used at the ceremony. The nc* Princes*health was toasted in rhampacne by the Duke of Edi'ibuntN and his staff at Clarence Houv Outside excited mod to the gatea as the Oolclal notice was posted up Artillery salutes in Hvde Park and the historic Tower of I-ondon told Londoners the news. %  everal membori of the Royal Family were out of town. Queen Mary was at Sandringham. the Royal Estate in Norfolk, whi'i.1'iincess Margaret. Princess Elizabeth's younger sister wait en hoMay in Scotland Quiet Room The baby was born in n quiet barely furnislied mom on the second floor of Clarence House. Modern plumbing and electrical niMallmlona put in when Clarence House was prepared for the Princess and the Duke aided doctors. When Prince Charles was born in Buckingham Palace, lack of hot water made difficulties. Hospital medical equipment was installed at Clarence House during the two weeks before the birth. Sir William Gillian who has now brought five Roval children into the world was aided by X-ray pictures taken with portable apparatus Kni; a contacts Slapped Princess Elisabeth white In Malta visiting her lursband in Bucking hiim Palace on April 17 atrnnunced she would undertake no more public engagcmenti She married the Greek born Dulre of Edinburgh when he was a Lieutenant In tne British Nav> in November 1947. He is now a Lieutenant Commander. Earlier that year her husband had to become a British subject by ion laklng the name of Monntbatten He was born on iunc 10. 1921. only son of the late Prince Andrew of Oraec'e and Princess Alice, oldest daughter of the First Marquess of Milford Haven, sister of Ea.l Mountbatte'i -.f Burma. Before the wedding, the King conferred on him the title iXkr* of Edinburgh. Earl of Merioneth, and Baron of Greenwich and authorised the use 'Tils Hoval Highness". H R H. aa prefix. Choice of nama tor the new Princess has given rise to much specujatt.*. Parents are fjes i Q itivaAvhat name they wish but departure from Royal precedent would rsroaatbty be by the British public. The baby's father has only one uam.'. Phillip while Princess Elizabeth has three-Elizabeth. Alexandra Mary. As both of the baby's parents are descended from Queen Victoria, it is thought that this nay be the eholee of the name for the Prinress —( %  eater.) a3§raSl --*— — "'to? %  M.* rf 1Oil Boils Oil is reasonable it,i disturbing the normally tranquil waters of the Hamble River, which |uta i>fl the Solent, neat Southampton The more oil bt mentioned, tho more lurbulani the waters become. An American Compart* wants to build a S56.0eO.000 refinery near the mouth of the Hamble only two miles from the $103,600, 000 refinery now being erec te d on tho other side of Southampton Water for the Anrflo-American OU Co. The new proposal comes from Caltex Ltd. who have l>een In negotiation wlttl the Mmhttry of Town and CoteStry Piaanbig (or many months Protests ire pouring in to official department. Opposition is being encountered from M P s. the couniy count-11. I— pajt.ll' Delations, yacht and boat builders and frull growers. It all boildown to I I I | %  %  tween tconornh! dsrveloprnenl and growing strawberrt**and yachts. It has been the Government's mention to keep the proposed site %  s an agricultural ir But it so happens it borders a waterway where daily double (Ides and deep channels permit lartM vessels to move In and out and to lit close Inshore, in shelteranchorages Quake In India CALCUTTA, India, Aug. 13 According to unconfirmed reports, heavy damage wa caused in Siliguri, West Bengal, by krvare earthquakes which rocked Eastern Ii.dia today at about 14.15 O.M.T Oauhatl In Assam was plunged into darkness as people rushed into the open in tho town of Patna. A one inastute shock was recorded in Calcutta at the same time—Router. Th. Weather TUPAV San Kssea: S a in. "ui, HeU: hi: p m High Water: 4 3,1 a.m. 5.16 p.m. Maori (First tfuarler) August 20. Total Rainfall do date): .r7 Inches YESTKKDAY Temperature (Max.) S7.0 "F Temperature (Min.) 72 5 'IWind Velocity: 9 miles per hour Wind Direction: 9 a.m. 1 3 p.m E.S.E Barometer: 9 a.m. 19.922 3 inn -t to;:. TRINIDAD GIRLS WIN LAST GAME: 15-9 HARBOUR LOG la Carlisle fUy V-M INMK a %  I"'.S,h Hnaarrnvr. M V Daa* Pilnrfii Lomar. S*H ruu S*h B..i. Snaafai ? %  R-XWS: %  US* < -„ii M V **.-• au*. %h Julpar. ah tmMtn*. %  8 Naturalxa S Am** a, Srh bw.l l|. KM) Clt' .11* I*.. Port ToinAma UttUVAIfl sahoonv l-ynan-d II. M un— OsfM a'' — fr-m TrtnidaJ AfurU aTaraan I In*, i a Export Lid a>* nw o*eNviih> IM. a. to.... rapt Sa*tii-n. nni Trinicla* AfNi: Hrs.i l> 1 Fort TownafuiH. IS4.1 tnna, Cr< <>*Har. (r,.m armada. \t. > Dacaata a Co I < M~, IA C* |H Ships ID Touch With Barbados Coasral Station Ml* Harl i* a wiirm %  fM India. Lid %  .. % %  Siai %  ." Ron. *• Alma Pointer. %  Uan Simdalr. • %  AduU. • Kn. M^n '. h. I H Oalhi .. Ocildn.L ( ili. I I Malt. w. ... LH. •• 1'IMI Call. %  %  QUUniM. • • Hxl.UI na. Owpoa. ia PoUycrnl, ... Jaix 8lo*> % a Uolly Mad I-in. a • Camuel V LoviUnd. a. % Uaapr. % %  DokaiM. •• * "•*>• •• Voaj|Uriji.Blav aa R Clrias*, a. V*rarl. •• Llaa, ax ttmnv Bkav. ... Aian-. .liranhrim, •"ftti nandar, %  caiia>ria. >> OH.1* Via*....-. ,. RVH, ., w.O.,-.. C.*n.. . Lnit N.U..... Atcom CIVIC lenders, bu*ines men and the Harbour Board at Southampton are anxious (or the rerlncry project to go gssBBd. Thay sec a permanent solution to their unemployriieut probtem, and additional prosiier.ty to the deep water port of Southampton. But the fight isn't over yet —(I.N.8.) THE visiting Bishop Anstey'* High School team met Queen's College Old r.irls in a Netball lame at th. Queen's CaLtege S rounds yratentey evening They %  fealeil fhe lnai girls by 15 goals to nine. This was their final engagement of the tour and at the conclusion souvenir: of Barbados were presented to the Mistresses and girls by Hon. R. Challenor. The game was fairly fast and at half time the visitors had netted nine while the local girls did not yet -.pen the'r account At this stiigtJoan Awai. their "hooter, had netted six of her nine trlas while Jean Splcer had live tries and scored three. For the local girls Pat King and Elsie Maxwell had took two and three tries respectively but were not successful in scoring. A few seconds after the second •ession began Pat King opened the account for the Old Girls but immediately after Spicer scored another goal for the visitors. The game however ended with Bishop's High School six goals tn the lead Joan Awal took 13 tries and scored nine while Jean Spicer scored 5ix out of nine tries Top Scorer Pat King topscored for the local girls. She had 15 tries and netted seven while Elsie Maxwell only managed to score two out of seven tries. Before presenting the souvenirs, Hon. R. Challenor told the girls that that was the first Netball match he had ever watched but he had thoroughly enjoyed It. He told the visitors that they had certainly taught the local girls Netball and he hoped that they had enjoyed their stay. He sold thai In that game they did not give the Old Olrli a He pointed out that It was always good to have visitors because they brought the Islands closer to. gethor. He hoped to see them soon again either In Barbados or on their own grounds In Trinidad. In an interview with the Adroenrr. Mis> Esla Morris, one of the Mistresses of the Bishop Anstav's High School and also Secretary of the Trinidad Netball AssoctaUon. said that the best local team that S ayed against the visitors ueen's College and that clearly shown by the results. She found the local players very keen and they did not slack on any occasion. "The girls enjoyed moat of all the Boys match. In this they had the most opposition. At no tune you could tetl who would win but the last minutes were the deellv< ones,' she said. She pointed out that her te>m played up to expeetatlons n>i at sometimes, atx— < The visitors wtll leave to-morrow afternoon for Trinidad bv llnti-.li Wftl Indian A.rways. What's on Today FsAitrUtan of Pottery at Barbados Museum. Crlcstel match b e I e e n VcuiMul Printers XI of Trinidad and Bar bad *w Advocate at Queen's park M 1 P in Police fourta 10 a.m. Ceurt af Appeal and Prtty llebt Ceart 10 a.m. Pel* at Gsrrl-on. Govt Will Control Crude Rubber NEW YORK. The United States Cov.-i mnenl will impose allocation o all nude rubber for tyres and other products on September first according to the Journal of Commerce Rubber consumption would be reduced about 1/3 from July and August records re-eatabllsh ing levels, prevailing in the ve ir e.ide be issued soo.-i after the (iovernnienr faeafvai allot .'Mon powers uvei taw iruiti rial. Bras*-*""Always ready to treot I >-i a coWJ?'*\ A iwr^ INHALER -. %  D... oaaoci BLINDING HEADiCHES MADE HER HELPLESS ltoftut"4*H m BRITAIN'S £*-*\ LEAUINC AM EPICAf<-TYPE CIGARETTE "I WSS "il.v. I lu Itrll'.f lieada.-bM While they las'.-d. I seemed to lose my slicnt and all power in my twin.la an.I was forced B ile down for hoars m a time if aunt, who has taken Kn; hn Haitw for year*. sugge-HiM piv trying them. 1 Old so. ami I've nm had a return of t hose terrible headaches for month" la fact, I feel quits eared. 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