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ESTABLISHED 1895





once

PRIDAY



1951





World Court Appoints

2 To Settle Oil Dispute

Iran Will Ignore.
Couri’s Ruling

THE HAGUE, July 5. |

"THE INTERNATIOWAL COURT OF JUSTICE
on Thursday granted Britain an “injunction”’

in the Iranian oil dispute and said the Anglo- |
Iranian Oil Company should continue temporarily |
to operate as it did befcre Iran decided to nation- |
alise it. The Cour., however, recommended the!
appointment of a five-man “Board of Supervisors’”’
composed of two Britons, two Iranians and a neu-|
tral representative who would help evolve a formula |
for the future management of the company . |



-TOrRS”

Two Tranian observers who
attended the Court session as |
spectators walked out _— shortly 'B iti I H
after the ruling was read. Iran } ri 1s 1 ouses |
charged Britain had no legal!
right to submit to the court iB R bb d
dispute involving the rahian ein 0 e
Government and the Angl
Iranian Oil Company. In Abadan

The Court said the “existing

state of affairs justifies the indica-

tion of interim measures of ABADAN, Juke) a

; pro-" A wave of robberies in British
tection.” But two of the 12|houses is sweeping Ada des-
blackrobed judges, Poland’s W. C. rik ead png wen oe

pite the presence of Iranian Po-

Winsarski, and Egypt's Badawillice and

Passa, dissented.
They argued the Court should

street



(troops on every
corner, Thefts believed to be
partly »the work of organized
not authorise any interim measure }gangs for a crime ring have in-
until it decided whether it hed jcreas sed alarmingly in the past
jurisdiction to rule on the settle- |m xonth.

ment of the entire dispute. As many as 40 burglaries week-



The Court proposed that the‘ly are now being reported to the
Roard of Supervisors insure the Anglo - Iranian Oil Company’s
Company’s “commercial and in- “Crime Bureau”, Ten robberies
dustrial operations” and procesd,were reported Monday alone.
as they did before the nationali-| Clothes, money, household goods
sation decision. are the main targets of plunder-

It recommended that the Board) ing as Britons slowly evacuate the

s financial
dispute is;

supervise the Company’s
transactions until the
untangled.

The Court also ordered [ran and
Britain to take no action “which

oil empire.

Robberies are not confined to
private property. Much of the
| Anglo-Iranian Company’s prop-

erty is also disappearing. THE arrow points to a seaman who |



might eggravate or extend the One gang attempted to carry off ear ween tant a

dispute.” ‘ sections of steel fencing around] teraay to do some work there y
The Iran Cabinet and _ the| Abadan refinery. Thieves are so . .

Mixed Oil Commission rejected| audacious they sometimes loot in —

the Hague Court decision. A|the presence of the police.

spokesman said that in spite of ! Princess Elizabeth

tre Court's findings, “taking over

from the A.1.0.C. and implementa- y F

tion of nationalisation would BOUND OVER | Willing To Visit Us

continue according to schedule

LONDON, July 5.
Princess Elizabeth and Prince
' Philip will visit the United States

A Commission member said the
Court de on was not unexpect- |

HIS HONOUR the Chief Sustic
ir Allan Collymore at the Court!





: nite ee surprise “it was | 0 G rand Sessions yesterday oe :

ed but expressed surprise “it was ' , . | if they are invited after their tour

so ignominious."=aLP. pound over 50-year-old labourer | | of Canada in Octoker, responsible
George ‘Alle yne of Glendairy Roai, . P



| sources said Thursday .

| St. Michael, to keep the peace and
Heart Stopped 12 to be of good behaviour for 12 The King and Queen visited the
months in the sum of $24 when] United States during their tour of

Minutes—Survived |

he was found guilty of indecently

BAe ¥ , | assaulting t seven-year-old | as guests of President Roosevelt.
The story Ee Biania schoolgirl on May 20, 0 Prime Minister St, Laurent an-
mother was “brought back to life | Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., Solicitor nounced in Ottawa on Wednesday,
after her heart stopped beating General, prosecuted for the Crown.|that the Royal couple have ac-
wan 1a ani Miithe juring a daring Alleyne was not represented by| cepted an invitation extended to
uuaser aay tastaees Thursday | Counsel. |them in London by L. B. Pear-
operation was disclosed hursday Before binding him over, His! dint eeetiaes Mttiaiae) ; Aedaive

by a hospital here, ’ M
The patient was Mrs. Keith 37,
of San Francisco who is now living

| Honour told Alleyne to stop in-
l'terfering with small children and
women,

! Minister who now is overseas.

he «P)





a normal life with her husband Thavtie-staliparated hove bore

ante’ Doctor A. Withelm,! 15 minutes before returning at SHAH DOING WELL
irector of the Hospital said the verdict of guilty of indecent

pee made iedical history be- assault. AFTER OPERATIONS

cause Mrs. Keith survived — not '

only after her heart stopped but CORROSIVE FLUID | TEHERAN, July 5.

after it had undergone four min- CASE ADJOURNED Iranian and American doctors

utes of “ventricular fibrillation” | Thursday, removed the Shah of

which is associated with death. Winifred Bryan appeared before Iran’s “chronically inflamed’ ap-
Mrs. Keith entered the hospital] the Court of Grand Sessions yes-, pendix and a shoulder scar re-

May 5. The operation was per-|terday on charges in connection] sulting from .a bullet wound he

formed May 11 and she left June| with the throwing of corrosive] received in February, 1949 in an

9. - =U.P. | fluid attempt on his life.



She was represented by Mr. A bulletin issued after the two
W. Barrow, Mr. W. W. Reece,
K.C., Solicitor General, prosecut-
ed for the Crown.

Further hearing was adjourned

i.



Shah’s condition was “excellent”.
Doctors said the two operations
lasted about two hours.—_(U.P.)

sdoat With Children
Explodes On River





until 10.00 o'clock this morning a trust fund by the Universit
ae BERLIN, July 5 7 Le 4 ye ae Chief ie I h I College and used for the benefit
verman excursion steamer|tice, Sir Allan Collymore, wi lewesvir British Guian
with about 150 school children on|sum up Lord nvere ape Se i, ie University College
board xploded and burst into aa oe
ames “Thursday fae the Spree Dies In Hospital] oe re oa a anette
lon @ : awit . stances ec: so > ing al
ope ieee aed ihe losior Bridge Re-opened GREENOCK, Scotland, July 5." assistance to complete their course
BY E Wa ae pen, ee Sy oR ace Lord Inverchapel former Britisn! of study
threw They borg oF into pe The Chamberlain Bridge which} enyoy to the United States, Russia} ——
eer ey said others jumped thas been closed to traffie since}and several South American|
into ae pri eee oo Mcnday, was re-opened last night.| countries died in Larkfield hospite!} LICENSES ISSUED FOR
caught fire and rowned—(U.P. Vehicular traffic and pedestrians] pere to-day, age 69. JAPANESE GOODS
See were much inconvenienced during| Lord Inverchapel former Si LICENCES will be issued
; the five days the bridge was] Archibald Clark-Kerr was one of EAN Es ee eee 4
Rescuer Rescued closed, But as the bridge was|the most colourful men in the} local importers at a oe.
WOODS HOLE, Massachusetts, |5”!"* it facilitated sea traffic. British Diplomatic service which; Cflice me ore oe ne saver for
. r July 5 : Schoones moving from the] he joined in 1905. After serving! the months July, Augus and
Retired Rear Admiral Edward!C#â„¢eenage to the inner basin and] 4s Minister to the Central Ameri- Oe cea f the goods will |
H. Smith, who spent most of hiss¥iCe versa did not have to take/ can republics in the 1920's and to}, *ne valu xt “ ee ‘ vend oo
life in the Coast Guard, directing the opportunity early during the! Sweden from 1931—35 he became! 25 per cent. of the importer it
the rescue of sailors and fishermen, day or after 4 o’clock in the eve~ Ambassador to Iraq, then to the ports from jl Se during th
had to be rescued himself. His 35 re as yr" Le could move! Soviet Union and from 1946—43; Period July 1950—June 1951.
foot power boat Gypsy broke|‘T®'y UP and down ’ to Washington, at a ee
down ‘oft Vineyard Haven yester-|, Police were patrolling the inne: | Larkfield hospital would net 16,000 BAGS FLOUR
day and he had a radio Coast basin with their launches. They] state the cause of his death. it| CXPECTED IN AUGUST
Guard to tow him in. usually patrel the inner basin by; was learned .however that last! ~
He was embarrassed.—(U.P.) row boat. Thursday Lord Inverchape] wo: Sixteen thousand bags of “E
nT eeerare rushed by steamer across the;Grade flour (100 lb, bags) art
178 DIED IN JULY 4 LIGHTNING KILLS 2 |Clyde River from his home a*jexpected to arrive here from
; TIONS HAVANA, Cuba July 5. | Dunoon to Greenock. Canada during’ early August
CELEBRA Lightning struck a_ fireworks It is believed that Lord Inver-|Licences for quotas wil] be issued
. CHICAGO, July 5. factory on the outskirts of Havana chapel and his wife got in a car|to local importers at the Control
The United States July 4 traffic] Tuesday. Two men were killed and collision with a truck and sustained | Office.
death toll was below the Nationalltywo others suffered severe burns. injuries The ceiling price per bag w












Situation Is

| rison said thursday that the situa-
Iranian oil

|

| move said, “The Company has n«
desire to withdraw from the in-
dustry which it has built ana
brought into a high state of effie-
jiency. Yet this, with all the
disastrous consequences to Iran
that would ensue, is what the
lranian Government appear bent
on ‘foremg the any ne, og

Canada in 1939, spending four days ;

|



tion in

10 Give Evidence In

Piay Field |

additional witnesses 4
into the Princess 4
Clement

TEN
the enquiry
over by Sir
Chamber, ent

Malone 4!
ered on its fourth day..

LOquiry

Sve 4 ulence yesterday as
niece Playing Field presided
1 the Legislative Council
These witnesses bring

to 19 the number that have given evidence so far.

| Becoming

Intolerable
In Oilfields

LONDON, July
Foreign Secret tary Herbert Mor-

the

“becoming

fields was

intolerable” and Iran
seemed bent on closing the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company. even if it
meant economic ruin, @
Morrison told the House of
Commons that Britain “is leaving
nething to chance as far as the
protection of British lives in Iran
was concerned
“H.M.S Mauritius is lying
close to Abadan and all practical
measures to protect British live;
should Persians fail to discharge
their responsibilities have been
taken” Morrison said.
Earlier to-day the Cabinet in-
structed the British Ambassador
in Teheran to work with United

States Ambassador
toward

ing plans

possible

Henry



Grady
compromise, | ©
Morrison touching briefly on this

Plan To aia
Defend Mid-East

Commonwealth
agreed in principle
for Middle

LONDON, July 5
countries have
on far reach-

the Daily Mail says
South Africa took the
in bringing a proposal before

r

Defence

s

planes for the Middle East to join
stationed

t

ecent

ays.
The

3ritish

here

London
Conference,

Union

troops

is

Tues

th

sday
initiative

€

preparing
ganize a token force of troops an

alreac

Australia and New

mainly

ly

Zealand are
considering a precise plan to make
contributions

on

available essential



Commonwe

ealth

t

East defence,

paper

to

¢

W

ground |
and Canada has offered to |

mulitary

Gift To U.C.W.1.

Wieting

forces,

make

supplies. —(CP)
Messrs.

Ltd., of Georgetown,

and

Bichte,
British Gui-

ana have presented to the Unive!
sity College of the West Indies th:

sum of $3,600 (B.W.1
unclaimed

funds

Drinks

th

ne

Tax

in

suggestion

by

) from re

custome!

British Guiana.

of the

College this sum will be
















held



operations said the 31-year-old) ter the withdrawal of the Soft

A

Universit

a

Safety Council’s estimated 130 and =o i —v. P. quoted at $9 41
and one of the lowest for a holi-) — bdhpinieiiaihitlor
day in several years.

Cool rainy weather cut high- » |
“tot ‘any wean ox | Collective Security Can Stop Ree Ss
dental death toll (traffic | anne
with 91) was 178. —CP) TOKYO, July 4. defence pacts with Pacific nations | nine Pacific coun

Fi a Re iy | Free men banding together for] along lines of the North Atlantic | himself with their gh
‘collective security can look for- Treaty. “be more useful in the Unit
House Destroy ed ‘cous | to the exhaustion and dis- He said, “ we believe in col- States” in the shaping of bi;
‘ integration of Communist forces| lective action not action domin- |tisan foreign policy

A fire’ completely de stroyed al o¢ avery and aggression”,| ated by any one nation or by any Dewey’s 30-minute sp
board and — LT gle nouse, 3 rnor Thomas E. Dewey of|one culture. Through the United |tained no spectacular _
propert f Estelle Cozier York said on Friday. In an} Nations we are welding an invin- ment but was mat
Plez li Land, Dayrells Re o the American—Japan|cible partnership of strength | the United State te
Christ rch, last night betw here, he said that even as' among free nations” The Renub- Communism hy « e st
& and 10CK pared to final lican party leader arrived here h other free ;

Whe F Br ir she dis- | on Wednesday on the first leg of | world

ti its ual'a six-week 29090-mile trip to U.P
i



|

f
f

| Was it

|

r “RicKet AND SHEEP

Ger



"
anc
ol

interested

E Db. Mottley a m

Vestiy's Committee appointec

the Vestry at the
examined witnesses,

You
ou haa sub
the expendi

$5,000 to the
he would
ilable



repre
iry

OE

General:
that after
d iccount of
of the firs

ernor, he said

th other $5,120 av
Mr. Tudor: Yes
Attorney General:
nat date

Attorney sai
lay

an

<





make

Do you know
submitted th

account?
Mr. Tudor:
October, 1949

you

Around the end o

Attorney General:
received

Do ye
the

know
othe

u
t you
»,120

Mr, Tudor:
vember.
Attorney General;

Social Welfare Officer

ember 23 stated: “I am direct-
inform you that
iditure of $10,120 ha
proved. An amount of
Uready been paid and
Tor he balance $5,120
passed and will be available
Treasury within the
iple of days.”
| think a copy of the voucher is

| November 24,

Tudor, was this money paid

through the normal channel, |

mean, the Social Welfare Officer
vir. Tudor: Yes

I think it was in late
N

A letter fron

tl
No
t

pe:

been ap-
$5,000 has
voucher
being

is



space of

\
| AT PRINCESS ALICE

A cricket match took
Place at the Princess Alice
laying Field yesterday
morang. The side playing
was Chamberlain s creket
cub, The members of
Cnamberiaimn cnekec Club
are waterfro it workers
ney work with a firm
shipping sugar they had
no work to do yesterday,
therefore they played
cricket. The Club took its
name from the Chamberlain
Bridge.

The end of the field around
the coast is being filled in
with refuse. The refuse
trucks dump the stuff daily.
The gate to the field has
to be left open for these
trucks to enter. Sheep have
made use of this opportun-











ity. Yesterday they invaded

the field and were grazing

all over it.

Mr. Walcott: Mi Tudor you

ied the Playing Field

Comr tee tc the Reet ground
vhen ou had finished certain
work Did they or did they m
ipprove of the work that wa
eing done there

Mr. Tudor; Yes.

Mr. Walcott: The whole build

ing had been done and the roads
at this visit that
uggested the fencing
laying field?

Mr. Tudor: Yes

The Commissioner:
committee who visited the
then the whole committee?

Mr. Tudor: Yes

Had Wood Ants

Mr.

someone
ot the

Was the

fiele

Walcott: The hut
old to Mrs. Martineau
why did you sell it?
Mr. Tudor: found
had wood ants
The Commissioner;
‘d the delivery of the
Reef?
Mr.
right
to
tne \
The
this checki
Mr. Tudor
1 load of mi
and the
a lorry
material
The Commissioner:
not rt ything
tity?

Mr

that you
for $35¢



I

out

that 1

Wr
huts

check
at the

Tudor: Having
atchman, if any

eld it would be

day anc

hut en

w
checked bs



Commissioner:
ng done
orry
rial
watchman would
had with



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and



come some

Would

rey to quan

Tudor: No.

The

Tudor; Not i I

oner; Woul

Commiss:
Mr.

m On Page

“ OPEN FIRE ON U et

| GHORE B
w € €

ATTERIES fir

Thur

(U.P)

dated

a total ex-

to the







PRICE: FIVE CENTS

poople connected with Malaya and the Far East are (left to right)
20, Yang Teramat Mulia Tunku Sakinah of Kedah, 20,

TAKING tea together at a party for
Yang Toramat Mulia Tunku (Princess) Bahiyah,
and lady-in-waiting Tunku Azizah.—L EB

| UK. Govt. Hardly

Just To Colonies

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, July 5,
SEVERE CRITICISM of the proposed U.K.-Cuba Trade
the exchanze of British Cuban

Ridgway Picks
5-Man Team
lor Ceasefire

TOKYO, July 6
al Matthew B. Ridgway
picked a five man team to conduc
perliminary

Gene



ceasefire talks wit Agreement for goods for
EE a celha the Korean battle sugar and tobacco is contained in the latest issue of the
ield Sunday. . , : .
Ren Re fr: Henk Neatin ested bulletin of the Empire Industries Association.
x = - 2 4e see . - — ~ ———
Communists would help speed It is hard. indeed to oa either
the armistice by avoiding political PUB Oey tee ” i ; Oras
4 r oY ‘nt stating a policy of sup . rr
issues in the meeting at Kaesong igh ee 5 } '
which will asinine deat tee port for Colonial development anc CAR PAYMENT
formal ceasefire conference later, |PPOsPerity on the one hand and VANCOUVER British Col-
Usually reliable sources said|itS entering at the same time into ombia, July 5
Ridgway’s party will include one|®" agreement with a foreign | | Auto dealer Nick Lucas
United States Army Colonel, one} Country the effect of which can|\ drove his car up to the door
United States Marine Colone!,|@ly be detrimental to those same | | ef the Income Tax Office
ne South Korean Army Colonel,|lonies” that journal declares. || and left it Wednesday as
a Major from the Ist Supreme Reviewing the conditions which! | part payment of personal
United Nations Commanders’ Staff }ave put Jamaican manufacturer» | | income taxes,
and an interpreter, at such disadvantage that two of | “TL hope the Revenue Min-
Allied patrols and some Com-|those employed in the cigar in ister will be able to convert
munist soldiers sparred around|dustry are now unemployed ot it into ready cash which is
Kaesong yesterday while United|have had to find other employ- more than I can do,” he
States army engineerg cleared the|ment the bulletin says. “This said, —(U.P.)
Seoul-Kaesong highway figure translated into terms” of .
United Nations monitors kept;human suffering would be hard 2 ee x a
tuned to the wavelengths of Pek | to compute,” which would enable the colonies

ing and Pyongyang but no reply i
to Ridgway’s last message de-| More Hardship For Jamaic:
manding “positive assurance’ of‘ It points out that the U.K. Gov
safe conduct for the Allied dele- | ern proposal to allow into

to compete as keenly as necessary
with the Cuban product.

Little Justification

gation had heen received by late |the U.K, Cuban. cigars to the value
midnight In Tokyo, —(U.P.) of $500,000 can only mean under Unfortunately, the article point:
the -present terms of competition Jout the United Kingdom must ob-



a cut in Jamaican exports to this
country by the same amount. This
in turn can only mean still further

serve the terms of
agreement on tariffs
which forbids the

the general
and trade

|
} granting of new

He Had No Snakes

















rirdship to Jamaican industry, preferences or the increasing of

1 intensified unemployment, loss of ;}old ones, Thus Cuba having an

In His Coft in! killed labour and the closing of | established preferential market in

till more factorie the United ‘States could alway

An Italian and eee i * | “The call to-day is still ‘save |operate more cheiply than Jamai-

tifioned Ttallan sourte ‘Thureda i | dollar says the bulletin Ja-jca under such conditions in the
ledide which of them Holds maican cigars can be bought for British market,

world eutine. daacen in sterling ‘those from Cuba requir The article continues: “In the
Merman. barn 41 years ago-at Lyon | lollars, Cuba’s imports from thi ees of agreements and policies
f neh parents claims he hol country can never be of significant } where obligations seem to be held
the record with a fust of 60 days| “tue because of the natural pre-/|in ever more casual disregard, it
two hours and-20, minutes, ponderance of Cuba's trade with | is surely a matter of deepest sig

Professor E. Delfo (46) native} the U.S.A. Trivial and temporary | Gifleance to the unity of the colo-
of ‘Trieste. shys hi ist of 61 da }oremotion of our dollar trade ) ies and the Empire as a whole
two hours $0 seconds. beats the: ould be achieved for no worth-|that we in this country should
all while return at the expense of ajrealise our responsibility at all

Bu mah’ . lates Delfo fast |celony whose economic position is | time ; to support members of the

‘violated all rule “Delfo didn't already critical,” Empire before any foreign coun-

'sleep on broken pieces of glass like It points out that such an agree. | try.

\i» did? the bearded turbaned|™ment as is under discussion need It concludes that as in the case
Frenchman said. “He didn’t have} %0t-be the threat to Jamaican in- of sugar there is as little justifica-
nakes in his glass coffin, I did.” erests which it is, if only this'tion for the U.K. . Government

Finally jurman charged that| ‘euntry were able to adjust rates | prising open the door to admit the

De:fo came out of his coffin twice | f preference “to suit prevailing foreign intruder when a British

iduring the fast, “That just isn’! nditions,” Jamaican cigars could colony depends so much upon the

idone” he aaid e admitted at a preferential rate support of the people ef Grea

Delfo who look like ereen oe On Page 3

t Erich Von Stronheim said hi F ——

didn’t use broken glass oy ciniead!

'because “I am not a Fakir but a ae

' Professor of oecult science.’ Hi Ce my

,admitted leaving the coffin twice | {
but it was to go to the toilet } —

Anyway there were two police- }
nen with me as itnesses.” '

A ruling is xpected in about
three week

-—U.P.

” % .
Front Quiet
TOKYO, July 6

An Eighth Army communiqu j

Friday morning said that onl
cattered contact was reported
luring the period with a slight ir
-rease in Red artillery and mortar }
ire noted. There was no signif
ant action and the front remaine
elatively quiet. —UP

U



S. War Casualties






WASHINGTON, July 5 |
The United State Dey ' Ae thne ndings ACCU '
Thursday reported a ney . od
78,110 ‘United States ba FRY’S way to make a
ualtic Korea, n inere
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te Messrs Elders & Fyffe make 3 thin smooth paste. Pour on boiling milk, or
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PAGE TWO



ADY STOW is due to

4 Grenada to-day to see he
son who is Acting Administrat
of that colony. She is returning
to Barbados on July 14th

By Oil Tanker

4 URTEEN-YEAR-OLD JOS-
EPH BRYAN of Greens-
boro, North Carolina has been

spending a week of his summer
\ holidays with his aunt Mrs. C. P.
Stoute of Kensington New Road.

Joseph attends Choate School
in Connecticut. He left the U.S.
with his room-mate David Moore
on an oil tanker just over a
month ago. They joined the ship
in Philadelphia and got off at
Venezuela where David's father
works with the St. Clair Oil
Company. The ship they travelled
on is a St. Clair oil tanker,

After spending three weeks in
Venezuela with David, Joseph
flew over to Barbados on June
30th to see his aunt. He leaves
this morning by B.W.1A. for
Puerto Rico on his return journey
to the US.

U.K. Bound

ASSENGERS leaving to-day
for England by the Golfito

are Mr, and Mrs. S. J. Bolhuis
and family, Mr. and Mrs, J. F.
Brancker and family, Miss F. R. G.
Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. S, C.
Connell, Mr. and Mrs. B. N.
Conduit, Mr. and Mrs, T. O
Dowding, Miss F. Dowding, Capt.
Davey, Miss J. L. Duff, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Glendinning, Mr. ana
Mrs. C. D. Hely Hutchinson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McKinstry,
Mrs. E. G. Macintyre, Miss
A. D. MacIntyre, Rev. Mother
E. Parkinson, Mrs. F. Sumner,
Miss Ann Turner, Mrs. W.
Woodhouse and Miss R. Walker.

Back to Trinidad
M* “SONNY” BOLAND, Civil
Controller attached to the
Director of Civil Aviation in
Trinidad returned to Trinidad
yesterday afternoon after spend-
ing three months in Barbados. He
was stationed at Seawell Airport
during Lt. Jim Parris’ stay in
Trinidad.
Mr. Parris was on a training
gouvee in Aerodrome Traffic Con-
rol.

Talking Point
Life without industry is guilt:

industry without art is brutal-
ity. —Ruskin.







BY THE WAY. -.- By Beachcomber

fWHE British Medical Associa-

tion was informed in a lecture
the other day that eyebrows were
given to ladies to divert drops of
berspiration from the eyes, and
that to tear them out is like “tear-
ing down the guttering from a roof
and allowing the rain-water to
eascade over the windows.” That
would be a good opening for a shy
young man sitting next to a girl.
He might go on: “And to cut your
hair short is like tearing the thatch
off an old cottage. Furthermore,
the stain on your lips is like the
blood from raw meat smeared over
the door of a potting-shed.” That
ought to break the ice.



CROSSWORD



Across .

t Looks tidy in the forest’ (6)

5. An alternative to this used
paint (3)

i Times Tony bore witness wm)

10, Ordinary wine or for the soldiers
mesa? (9)

12 In which you may find the story
cf a broken life. (4)

13 Ships cant. (4)

14 Starting without pain. (3)

15 What is the cleric buying in the |
sac * (6)

17 ANY paim may snow it (4)

18 Old advice. (4) 1Â¥. Draw. (4

20 1 assess it as ane? (5)

2) Resting place. (4)

22..4 girl and her vote

Down
1. Code tasks in these enclosures

where ? (5

(9) 4. Puncture (Â¥
4 Make use of. (7)
4 such a plant produces @ nice
aria. (#)
6 Posed around me aria dalancea
(6) 6. Sign on! (6
6 Mean part of trae horse? (4)
Â¥ Farmers. (6)
11. Pashionabie to De on it. (4)
16 As slang as darn (4)
Solon of yesterday s puzzie Across
i Accent Biorat. & Boulder. 9 Un
mew 12 Neat tBtna:. 14 Savage
lrade j3€ Due 17 Rate 1X Omit 2
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THE ADVENTURES

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blue
your

“Just old this
Litmus paper in
mouth a moment,”

ena
London Sapress Service

Same Plane

R. LIONEL GITTENS flies to

St. Lucia to-day by B.W.1.A.
on a week's visit. Leaving by the
same plane but going on to Mar-
tinique are Miss Loisa Hayot and
her sister Marie-Jose who have
been spending a short holiday in
Barbados for the purpose of
learning English.

Leaves Today 9

RS. GERTRUDE WILLIAMS turers



who arrived here June 27th
leaves this morning for Jamaica
Mrs, Williams is a lecturer in
Social Economics. Her visit was
sponsored by the Extra-Mural
Department of the University
Coliege of the WI. and the
British Council.
Last night she teok pari in a
Brains Trust at the British Coun-

Trinidad and Tobago

R. and MRS, BUNNY TAY-
LOR and their baby daughter
are leaving to-da to spend a
short holiday in Trinidad, Accom-
Panying them are Mr, Mike
Taylor and Mrs. M. Royer. They

expect to return on July 22nd.

Leaving by the same ‘plane
were Mr. and Mr Poppa Daysh
who are going to spend three

weeks in Tobago



OF

Mrs. Glapiron asks

Questions
“GIT down, Mr.—er—Banton-
Detmold,” said Mrs. Glapiron,
of the Animal Dental Welfare
Division, “Now what is the extent
of your ferretry?” “How do you

mean?”
housing
small

“Is it a large ferretry,
many occupants, or a
group-unit, housed separ-
ately?” “They aren't housed, if
that’s what you mean, but they
can get into a group all right. [|
don’t see why not.” “But how ¢>
they live?” “What do you mean,
how? They just live like any othe:
ferrets,” “Does nobody look after
them?” “My cousin helps.”
“Snadwall,”
“It can't be—surely.” “I don’t see
why not, Leonard Snadwall.”
“So he feeds them?” “No, he

doesn’t. They're not babies. They
feed themselves.” “What on?”
“Station fruit. We live near the

Station, and you can take ‘em in a
szck to the buffet when all’s quiet.”

“And one of these ferrets broke
his teeth on a bun?” “That's it.”
“I'll send you back to Mr. Suet”
Who was it?
L" you want to read how
“charwoman”, with her
“braces” dangling down beneath

her apron, evaded the secret police
by joining in a motor-rally on the
Riviera, begin tomorrow the as-
tonishing story of Rujo Mdoti
Master Spy. The story takes you
to the underground spy-rings of





Rupert and Simon—25

Leaving Simon, who is working
steadily, Rupert sets off to what he
thinks is the shortest way to the
village. He crosses the hill and
trots along happily. ‘'! hope this
is the way,"’ he thinks. ‘1 don't
seem to know these slopes at all,”
Then he spies a familiar figure

Selection

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also

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Architects in England and Seot-
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Trinidad, He is President of the
Trinidad Football Association and
also a life Vice-President of the



Trinidad A.A.A. Last Saturday he @

was at Enfield, North London, to
watch Eileen King, the young
sprint champion from his colony,
running her first race in Britain
On this return to Trinidad Lt
Comdr. Hayward will leave
almost immediately for a confer-
ence of Caribbean Football Asso-
ciationg which is to be held in
Porto Rico during the last week
in September, At this conference
it is hoped to form a Caribbean
Football Association for the pro-
motion of International Matches
in the area. “We are hopeful that
it will lead the way to a British

West Indies Athletic Federation
perhaps even in time for Hel-
sinki”, Commander Hayward
said.
Business Deal
N England to negotiate the
purchase of machinery for
the concentrated orange juice

factory which ‘it is proposed to
erect in British Honduras is Mr.
H. R. Sharp of Jamaica, During
the next couple of weeks he will
consult various British manufac-
about orders which will
total between £25,000 and £30,000,

After Two Months
M* and MRS. JAMES VALLA-

DARE and three children
accompanied by Mrs. M. Valla-
dare and son, flew to B.G. on
Wednesday by B.W.LA, after

spending two months’ holiday at
Indrameor Guest Houge, -

Mr. Valladare works with Wm.
Fogarty’s in Georgetown.



Ten Days

MRS. HARRY

plan to spend
* short holiday in Trinidad and
will be staying with their son
Dick and his wife in South Trini-
dad. They are due to leave for
Trinidad this afternoon and
expect «to be away about ten

days.

PIPA



Saoveight P72. Var Dias Int Amsterdan



a a anno ae

Europe's capitals, across the Sa-
hara, up and down the Amazon,
and into the baek parlour of a
grocer’s shop in Billericay. Read
how the alluring Athenais Débris
poisoned the waters of the Oujal

oasis two hours before Sidney
Talleroft, dragging himself in a
lelirium across the scorching

ands, reached the brink. Who was
Fogwartz? Was the charwoman
Colonel Campilio or his double?

Rumour

I HEAR—and what I don’t hear

is not worth considering for a
moment by anybody with an
ounce of dignity or self-respect—
! hear that a disgruntled Com-
munist (and you can count the
gruntled ones nowadays on the
toes of one foot)

Prodnose: Hyphens, brackets,
parentheses—what writing!

Myself: Pray do not report me
to the P.E,N. Club

I hear that a disgruntled Com-
munist wants to start a War Con-
gress. He says that since every-
body knows that the word peace

used to mean war by his party,
the word war might induce people
to think that peace was what was
neant,

Always hake

A DARK patch on the sea was
4 reperted to be a mass of fish
xtending cight miles by five.
ihey turned out, says the report,
» be hake, They would



It is the dwarf servant of the old
Professor, and he runs across to
tell him what he has found, The
dwarf looks quite excited. ‘1 wish
you’d come and show that to my
master before you go to Constable
Growler,"’ he says. ‘It's just the
sort of mystery he loves."’



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@ From page 1

The Commissioner:
you discover
hut was missing?

Mr, Tudor: One load was put on
top of another. When Mr. Worrs
Started to dissect the stuff he th
found out that part of the hut
was missing

How J

that some part of a



The Commissioner; What did
he report to you was missing?

Mr. Tudor: He said that part
of the floor and some _ rafters
were missing.

The Commissioner: Did he
tell you how many feet of lum-
ber were missing?

Mr. Tudor: He did not. He
said that the approximate value
was 80 to 90 gollars.

The Commissioner: Was any
portion of the smaller hut miss-
ing?

Mr. Tudor: No. Worrell told
me that no part of this was miss-
ing.

The Commissioner; Was it
possible that part of the missing
portion of one of the huts, or
that portion, could have been
stolen from the Reef?

Mr. Tudor: I had watchmen
employed day and night, but it
could have happened. Neither
one of them ever made any re-
port to me. It was Mr. Worrell
himself who made the report to
me of the missing portion.

The Commissioner; Do
say it was possible?

Mr. Tudor: Yhat district is a
very peculiar district.

you

The Commissioner; Was it
possible for some portion of the
hut to be stolen from the Reef
if the watchman was not doing
his work properly?

Mr. Tudor: It would be pos-
sible but I doubt it as these men
were very keen on their job.
The Commissioner: There was

no check made at all of the
quantity of the material on the

lorries when at Seawell or at the
Reet?

Mr. Tudor: No.

The Commissioner: You did

not think it necessary to try and
get the servic. of your Building
Supervisor?

Mr. Tudor: I thought it wus
outside the scope of the Vestry’s
work for one reason, and—

The Commissioner: Not even
when Worrell reported to you
that something was missing? Did
you not think it necessary to get
the Supervisor to check up <
whether Worrell was right or
wrong?

Mr. Tudor: I do not think he
would have known

Size Of Hut

The Commissioner: You had
figures as to the size of the hut

Mr. Tudor; Only Worrell knew
how he had cut it up.

The Commissioner;
tioneer at some time
the sale of 13 huts.
only 12 were sold,

Mr. Tudor: I cannot tell you
how many were advertised to be
sold nor can I tell you how many
were sold.

The Commissioner; Do you re-
member that at a meeting of the
Vestry in September 1950 it was
stated that “the Vestry are unable
to decide whether there were
three or four huts purchas
Mr. Tudor on one occasion ¢
the investigation stated that four
huts were purchased and on
another occasion he stated that
there were only three?’

Mr. Tudor: That came about
this way. I was called upon
suddenly to account for these huts
somewhere around September. I
bought a hut in June 1949, and
this meeting took place in Septem-
ber after a letter had been receiv-
eq from the Social Welfare Offi-
cer.

The Commissioner : Did you not
remember how many huts you had
bought?



id see

The auc-
advertised
Apparently






BACKGROUND



some
s bor

vague

four

Mr. Tudor : had

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rhe Commissioner : Did you not
a note of what you bought?

Mir. Tudor: I only looked at the
ransaction as I told you before.

I was told to purchase the huts
ind I did so I had no written
records I told the Vestry that
if I had purchased four huts I
had sold two to Mrs. Martineau.
That was my first story. I next

said that if I had purchased three
? had sold Mrs. Martineau one.

Bought 5 Huts

The Commissioner: It would
seem from what has been said that

ou bought five huts. Two were
disposed at the date of the sale to
Mrs. Martineau, one was sold to
her afterwards and two you kept.

Mr, Tudor: Thet would be
striclly correct.

The Commissioner: At the pre-
sent moment we must arrive at the
conclusion that it is only a portion
of the big hut that has been lost.

Mr, Tudor: Yes.

Attorney General: Mr. Mottley
had asked you at the meeting
whether the Vestry knew_anything
about the purchase of the huts,
and you said ‘no’. Did they even-
tually know that you had pur-
chased them ?

Mr. Tudor: I told them at a

meeting in September. I had
bought the huts in June.
Attorney General: Was Mr.

Majtley present at that meeting ?
Mr, Tudor: Yes.
Attorney General: Was Mr.

Weatherhead present also?

Mr. Tudor: I cannot remember
the names.

Attorney General: At that
meeting did either one of the
members then or subsequently,
ask you why and by whose
authority you had purchased the
huts ?

Mr. Tudor: No.

Attorney General: It was
cepted then that you had purchas-
ed them for the erection of the
Princess Alice Playing Field ?

Mr. Tudor: Yes.

Original Scheme

Attorney General: I believe
that the original scheme was for a
building 40 ft. x 20 ft. and that
you were to get a hut from the
Mental Hospital. Was that so?

ace

Mr, Tudor: I know nothing
about that hut. That came into
the picture when 1 had almost
completed the work

Attorney General: Were you
ever asked by either vestryman

why you had changed your origin-
al scheme ?

Mr, Tudor: No one said any-
thing to me about it.

Attorney General: Were you
ever asked at a Vestry meeting
whether you had submitted any

accounts ?

Mr. Tudor: T was not asked by
any rember of the Vestry or of
the Playing Fields’ Committee.

Attorney General: 1 think you
said yesterday that you did not
consider this work fell strictly
within Mr. Ramsay’s jurisdiction
because it was not a Vestry mat-
ter In 1948, however, the Ves-
tries’ Act was amended so as to
provide that vestries might estab-
lish, maintain and manage play-
ing fields, etc. Did you not think
therefore that the work you were
doing at the playing field was a
matter concerning the Vestry and
as such Mr. Ramsay ?

Mr. Tudor: As I said yesterday
Mr. Ramsay and I do not get on.

Attorney General: Well then

Say so

Mr. Walcott: I do not know if
My Learned Friend is making a
point

Building Inspector

Attorney General: All I would
say at this stage is that if Mr.
Tudor did not have any differ-
ence with Mr. Ramsay he would
have called him in at some stage
of the work and ask him if the



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Mr. Ramsay were or

Mr. Tudor: Certainly
The Commissioner: You would





have called him in to inspect the
uild before it was ren ed?
Mr. Tudor: Before I bought it.
Mr. J. T. C. Ramsé st
called

Atterney General: You are em-
ployed by the Vestry
Mr. Ramsay: | ar at
Building Supervisor and Overs
pf the parish of St. Michae

Attorney General: When wer
you appointed to this post?

Mr. Ramsay: Aboui 1948 at
end of Mr. C. C. Browne’s regime
as Churchwarden of the parish. I






went in with Mr. D. G. Leacock
Jnr., the new Churehwarden
Attorney General: What were

your duties?

Mr. Ramsay: I cc t ‘
was anything specific. I had to do
what the Churchwarden called on
me to do.

Attorney General: In the first
year did you supervise any builcd-
ings or carry oul ny Cy {



not thi

the Vestry?
Mr. Ramsay: I did not think
there was anything done | Mi



Leacock that I did not supervi:
Attorney General: When Mr

Tudor became Churchwarden were

you asked by him to supervise the

work?
Urfinished

Mr. Ramsay: When Mr. Leacock
went out of office he le |
ing partly finished t
house with the stipulation that
after three or six months the
tractor would get the ance of
his money. Mr. Tudor never called
on me about that, 1 know the man
has been paid and the work ha
been done contrary in mony in-
stances to how I arranged it shoul
have been done.

Attorney General: Were
ever asked by the Churchwarden
to do anything in connection witi
the Princess Alice Playing Field

Mr. Ramsay: Yes. From the
time Mr. Tudor came into office
I got a notebook and made not«
of what he asked m@ to do fron
day to day,




con-



you



I have noted: “Friday, 7th Oct
ber, 1949, visited ’warden’s offi
Cierk teld me not to go un

til I had seen ‘warden. Waited un-
til I had seen ‘warden. H¢
arrangemenis for me to suf
work at Reef recrestion grou
done by Worrell and said I woulk
see plans and specifications on
Monday 10th.”

“T noticed in the newspaper this
morning that Mr. Tudor has said
that I asked for blue prints.
never asked for such a thing. ¢







ing to the way Mr. Tudor
conducting the parish’s work I
was afraid that something

what is happening to-day)
take place and I guarded my

“I have also in my notebook
Monday 10th visited ‘warden’:
office 10.30; saw ‘warden 11.45
waited until 12.15. He inquired if
I had seen Worrell, I told him I
had not yet seen Worrell. He said
he had not seen him that morning.
He told me to go and he would
let Worrell contact me up to !



o'clock. I did not see Worrell.
Tuesday 11th, visited 'warden
office Dic not meet Worrell
neither did I see him to get the
sketch or specification for the
work at the Reef. Got to ’warde

office 11.05, waited until 1.45
Attorney General: Were
notes made at the time?
Mr. Ramsay: Yes. In the office
“I go on, Wednesday 16th, visited
‘warden's office, I told him TI did
not see Worrell about the work at
the Reef. He said that he would
see him. That is the last I have in
my book about Mr. Worrell’s work
Mr. Worrell after brought a piece
of paper to me about 12
equare or thereabout

Unsatisfactory

Attorney General: You said that
Mr. Worrell produced this piece

the

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me to do

I factory + The Com»nissioner The Commissioner: Dx you
t € wW th Play no vimber of the ts that
Mr. Ramsay: |! not Field the Ree ere t Seawe
t t t Mr. Ramsay f Mr. Ramsay: I knew nothir
had to for the Vestry) t St. M t e hut I
I k S just a pie Almshouse erecting a porters’ from hearsay |
f paper wi f lines. It was lodge $s nearly finished The Attorney General: You told
not worth the piece paper urin me of Mr. D G. us about a part of a hut going to}
c T ex} € ssat Leacoc 4 After that he did Welches, do you know re the
to \ ne ud ft would wo t the Almshouse, but Mi iissing hut has gone? |
ng me a prope ketch later, | Tudor never called on me 1 Mr. Ramsay: I passed through |
r asked Mr. Ashby the Vestry’s supervise it. Welches and a workman pointes |
k if Mr. Worrell had brought The Commissioner: Was he do- out there goes part of the hut,
is sketch to him and he said na img work for the Vestry before Mr. that was missing from Seawe!!
Attorney Generai: Were yet Tudor’s time? It was a house where a wooden |
ever asked after this incident fo ! se side. was taken out and was;
go to Reef “e how the Mr. Ramsay: Yes. wing replaced by wal
rk was pros ‘The Commissioner; You kept & The Attorney General: Do y
— gre are 3 ot cee of work you did for t) know the owner of the land
me ory, ir ua as never to . as + T
n ne mote about. the Mr. Ramsay: Yes. on ey: >
playing field. That would have |The Commissioner: Have you @ Attorney General: Do yi
: that i + 9 “1 know the owner of the houst
beer » my notebook 1at book with you Mr. Ri :N }
Mr. Ramsay: Yes Bir, Bamtay: Ni |
Attorney General: I want to pu The Commissioner; Before M: Mr. Walcott: You did not stat
this to you. You did not think it Tudor’s term of office as Church- ‘° keep that note book in connec
* hts as an offi- warden did you keep a note book? 5?) with th Princess Ali
the Ventre t Mr. Ramesy: No Plaving Field |
Playing Fiek The Commissioner; You had , Mt; Rameay: No. I was only d
s doing work, reason for keeping this book? ng that in connection with | |
ng done with- a Abie work and not giving Mr. Tud
g told oF vos Unfinished Job | oe mes |
Mr. Ramsay: 1 cc¢ ider that! Mr. Ramsay: Yes. When Mr POCO OOOO” |
would have been stepping beyond Tudor took up office, there was an} %
my bounds to go and’ do something unfinished job at the Almshouse,} %
the Churehwarden had not told but I was never called in to| & THE

I feel that
Tud I

he became Cr The Commissioner: Were there



rehwarden.
Aitorney General: Did you ever grumours with regard to the dis-

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supervise It was also mootea|
Mr. Worrell had Mr. around that part of a hut was
his hands from the time missing, and had gone to Welches. | 9%
upervise any work during the posal of huts from Seawell to the
Churchwardenship of Mr. Tudor? Reef?

Mr. Ramsay: When it was a Mr. Ramsay: Yes. Huts which
small job kh Tudor sent me. were bought by the Vestry for the
When it was a big job it was a Playing Field.
different matter. I remember at The Commissioner; Were there
one time there was some work rumours that those huts wer
being done by Mr. Worrell at the diverted to places other than the
P which I thought was being Playing Field?
done wrong. Mr. Tudor sent me to Mr. Ramsay; Yes.

Vir. Worrell to have this work The Commissioner; Why didi
one as I wanted, but Mr. Worrell that cause you to maka notes]
tol{ me to go back and! tell Mr. about Mr. Tudor?

4,

Tudor that if he wanted it changed Mr. Ramsay: That and

lo it hin

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Did Not Fit In
Park and Worrell told him that ii
Tudor Mr. Tudor wanted the work

Attorney General: Mr

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other |
things. On one occasion, he told
Worrell about some work which
was not done properly at Queen’s
|
} d that he and you do not altered he would have to do it |
get on well. himself. I never heard any more
Mr. Ramsay: I have never had about it and came to the conclu- |
an altercat with him, but I do sion from interviews with Worrell {
not deny that Mr. Tudor would that he had Mr. Tudor under him |
find it difficult to get on with me The Commissioner: What do you
Mr. Walcott: For sorne reason or mean by that? x J i
ther he did not get on with you, res
y Mr. Ramsay; It seemed that the x LADIES
Mr. Ramsay: I think it was beg, Churchwarden instead of direct- &
use I did not fit into the sehemé ing Worrell, Worrell was directing ) ¢ '
of thins As far as I know we him. The tail was wagging the
were a on the t of terms, dog and I was afraid of it. \
Mr. Walcott: Did he appear to The Commissioner; You mean
have an ng against you? by that that the money was im- The. Fine :
Mr. Ramsay: I do not know that properly spent? J ae inest aes
he did, but he would hardly speak Mr. Ramsay: Yes. STRAW BRAIDS
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to me. He did not treat me as The Commissioner: In a specific The Latest in Styles
though I v wanted or general way? ;
Mr, Waleett: How cid you get on Mr. Ramsay: In my _ opening for
ith Mr. Worrell vemarks I said that if Government ‘Coc .
y Mr. Ramsay: From the time Mr. money was being spent in con- coc KTAILS oF
Tudor became Churehwarden he nection with the Playing Field, ! WEDDINGS
hardly looked at me. think that there was going to be

Mr. Walcott: Was
good workman?

Mr. Ramsay: I am not prepared
to comment whether he was good

Mr. Worrell a an inquiry because Government
like to see every “scratchey” fo!

work done,

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or bad. He had to take a lot of Plan Of Work
watching to have my work done
the way I wanted it The Commissioner; Do you
Â¥ think there should be a plat
Terms Sepetore any work was done at th ‘

ibs Reef?

The Attorney General: Have Mr. Ramsay: Yes
you rece ved a letter from the The Commissioner: As far as
Vestry pointing out or setting out you were aware, there was m

the terms of your appointment plan?







Mr. Ramsay: Speaking {from — yr, Ramsay: No. I did not meas
memory, I received a letter from 1 direct plan, I meant a sort oO
= vs ‘ oy eee oe * - ld sketch, x
Bere Ue ae Ske ss ee The Commissioner: Did yo! . ’
The Commissioner: Do you re- ove, oo eo cae RE HN % In Colours to Match
, ever go to Seawell to see the huts. | 3s tip
gard Mr. Worvell as a reliable con- — Mr. Ramsay: I have been to Sea-} 9 Any Ensemble.
tractor 4 ; nt : rt?
well in my capacity as a member] %
Mr. Ramsay; I do not think J o¢ the House of Assembly, but not s e
had sufficient to do with him to j, connection with these huts x . ‘ ;
GXPTESA AM OPAUON. The Commissioner: Did yout? THE MODE RN
The Commissioner; How long ,now anything of the sale of these [& 4 Ud
had he been working with the, huts? % Tal 1 ) '
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HARD PAYMENTS

PUBLIC convenience does not seem to
be regarded as the criterion of some ser-
vices rendered by various offices and other
establishments in this island. A look at
the disposition and. the working of the
parochial offices is evidence in support of
this statement,

Much of the difficulty experienced by
taxpayers in the country parishes could be
minimised if greater consideration were
given to the situation of many of these
offices and to the concentration of all paro-
chial business at sub post-offices.

The case of the taxpayers in St. Joseph is
particularly worthy of attention.

The office of the Parochial Treasurer of
St. Joseph is at Bathsheba near the Powell
Spring Hotel. It is not easily understand-
able why the Post Office, the Parochial
Dispensary and the Rectory should find
convenient places near Horse Hill while
the Parochial Treasurer’s Office should be
under the hills at Bathsheba.

There are people living in the parish on
the borders of St. Andrew, St. Thomas and
St. John, who have to travel down the hills
and back up again when paying taxes.

Cyclists must ride long distances over
hilly roads and walk back up; men who are
masons and carpenters working outside
the pansh from the early hours in the
morning until late in the evening cannot
easily pay bicycle licences. When they
leave work the office has been closed and
it is never open when they are ready to
leave for work.

People sometimes lose a day’s employ-
ment in order to go the Parochial
Treasurer’s.

to

The situation is not without its remedy.
It has already been pointed out that great-
er use could be made of the Post Offices
by those who pay taxes to the Central Gov-
ernment. Gun and rum licenses are now
paid into the Treasury but this could be
done at the District Post Offices as easily
and the deposits for the Government Sav-
ings Bank would not entail a drive to the
City with the consequent loss of a day’s
work.

It might be argued that one tax would
be parochial and the other for Government
but there is no reason why the receipt book
of the Treasurer could not be signed and
the funds handed over by the Post Office
clerk. On the other hand it should not be
too difficult for a member of the staff of
the Parochial Treasurer to be delegated
once or twice a week to receive taxes at the
Post Office. And there is no reason why
the simple accommodation of a desk should
not be provided by the Government if it
means the convenience of the general pub-
lic,

There is precedent for the collection of
funds for the Central Government by the
Parochial Offices and the reverse now
would only be reciprocal treatment. The
only criterion in this matter should be the
proper accommodation of the public who
pay for the upkeep of the Government and
of the parochial establishments.



UGLY

THERE is a spate of building going on
in and around Bridgetown and with the
exception of the building regulations of the
Highways Commissioners of St. Michael
there is no over all effective authority to
control or direét and give uniformity.

It is clear that there should have been
some such authority as was recommended
by the Stanley Report of 1942. A look at
the stores in Broad Street will prove that
building has been allowed to take place
without any aim at regularity. In some
instances buildings are set back five or six
feet from the roadway allowing for proper
footpaths: in others the store doors are
on the road with a two-foot pathway in
some instances,

If this patchwork system of building
according to the individual iastes of the
owners is continued, Bridgetown, already
unsightly because of lack of uniformity
will become worse.

There are those who will object to leg-
islation on the ground that restriction will
mean an infringement of the right of the
citizen to do as he likes with his property.
In answer it will be realised that that right
degenerates into license when it incon-
interferes with the
Bridgetown
to towr

veniences others or
needs of the general public.
t backward

pianning. ‘

with regard

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



SHERWOOD .. AUDEN ..SPENDER

|

Three

(By PETER DACRE)

Let me introduce three
ia lot just lately:
\Isherwood, Mr.
‘Auden, and Mr.
~*~ They have
linked with
mats, Guy
Maclean.
Their

Wystan

all been
the missing
Burgess and
friendships have
to solve the mystery.

Who are these men? They
were friends in their undergradu-
ate days; now they are
across the globe, linked
their past.

The Heavenly
Twins

| ISHERWOOD,

in the 1930's,

built his reputa-

tion as a novelist

In collabora-
tion with Auden

they were
called the hea-
venly twins”—he
was als6 a play-

wright.
Now, at 46, he
‘s an American

only by



citizen living in a
Californian camp
founded
ehain-store mii-
to give
artists, writers,
and musicians a
chance to devel-
op their talents,

| He last met Burgess in 1941,
when they “drank quite a bit and
talked of the old days.”

“Was Burgess a Communist?”
asked Isherwood, “Well, like the
rest of us, he was very much in
favour of a United Front and Red
Spain and so forth.

“Naturally, when we were on
the side of the Spanish Govern-

by a

lionaire

ment it meant, don’t you see,
that we were pretty favourable
towards Russia. How could it be

otherwise? It

ing.”

went without say-

Pleasure First

From Repton, Isherwoog
to Cambridge, with an
year history scholarship.

THERE HE NEGLECTED
EVERYTHING EXCEPT PLEAS-
URE, NOVEL WRITING, AND A
FRIEND WITH WHOM HE LIVED
IN AN “ABSORBING PRIVATE
WORLD.”

Wihen he sat for his tripos, he
answered all the questions with
nonsensical limericks and blank
verse and so achieved his aim of
getting himself sent down.

He visited Auden at Oxford,
where Stephen Spender met them
both.

A little later Isherwood
to Berlin, where he lived
slum tenement.

Lived Poorly

IN HIS autobiography, Spend-
er says Isherwood lived there
“very poorly, scarcely spending
more than eightpence on a meal,
He ate horseflesh and lung soup.
“He had a peculiarity of be-

ing attractively disgusted and
amiably bitter,” recalls Spend-
er. He hated middle-class life.
He and Spender became inter-

went
£80-a-

went
in

a



gentle-
men who have been in the news
Mr. Christopher
Hugh
Stephen Spender
publicly
diplo-
Donald

been
probed for clues which might help

scattered

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Stephen Spender. a fireman during the war, chattea
with the Queen when she visited the Churchill Club
1944

ested in politics when a friend
joined the Communist Party. To-

gether they saw Russian films
showing “the images of the New
Life. os

Then, in 1939, Isherwood and
Auden went to America, They
sampled New York’s intellectual
ociety, found it wanting and re-
treated to a slum district.

Studied Yoga

LATER Isherwooa went to
Hollywood and became a screen
writer. With Aldous Huxley and
John Van Druten, he lived tor a
tinfe in a Hindu temple, study-
ing Yoga and sitting cross-legged
in meditation.

Like Auden, he declared, when
war came, that he would not re-
turn to Britain, and in Parlia-
ment a member urged that they
should be summoned back and
called up.

Across the sea in sunny Italy,
Auden, now 44, lives in a white-
painted house on the island of
Ischia. He went to school with
Maclean.

Surrounded by purple bougain-
villea and geraniums, he Said of
Burgess recently: —

“While he was at the Embassy
in Washington he was still pro-

Communist,”

At Oxford Auden was some-
thing of a legend.
He hated the daylight. He

would sit in a curtained room, a
table lamp at his elbow, a green
eye-shade over his weakly pig-
mented eyes which, says Spender,
were ‘set closely together, so
that he gave the impression of
watchfully squinting.”
Fantastic Fads

ALWAYS he had “fantastic

fads.”



(range Men



Isherwood left) and Auden
leaving ior China together in
1938.

When his doctor told him to
walk little as possiblq he
»-ompdly went for 30-mile hikes

Auden became the wonder-boy
of the pre-war poets. If you saw
the film “Night Mail,” you may
remember his rhymed comment
ary which started: —

This is the night mail cross-
ing the barder

Bringing the cheque and the
postal order.

During the Spanish war he
drove an ambulance, Later, with
Isherwood, he went to China and
had tea with the Chiang Kai-
Sheks. He also became an Am-
erican citizen and joinec the U.S
Army.

In a lake-side village in North-
ern Italy Spender told the other
day how Burgess had telephoned
to him in London to congratulate
him on his new book.

“He said it described exactly
the development of his own at-
titude to Communism,” _ saic
Spender. “The book is strongly
anti-Communist,

A Red Tice

AT Oxford, Spender’s fellow-
students disappointed him. “I
took my revenge by becoming
self-consciously opposite,” he
says.

“I became affected, wore a red
tie, cultivated friends outside the
college, was, unpatriotic, and de-
clared myself a_ pacifist.

“I aped my own exhibitionism
effeminacy, rootlessness, and lack
of discipline.” He found it
impossible to overcome his shy-
ness, “even to the extent of go-
ing alone into a pub.”

Largely through Isherwood’s
influence, Spender left Oxford
to “write and live.” He went
to Germany, then returned to
mix with the exotic blooms of
Bloomsbury.

He joined the Communist Par-
ty, but it was an uneasy honey-
moon, and he soon lost faith.

Intriguing
THESE are the men who knew
Burgess and Maclean, How far
do their lives reflect those of the
missing diplomats?
Did Burgess think politically
along the same line? And did he

go forward where the_ others
shrank back?

That is one of today’s most
intriguing questions.

—L.E.S.



When Men Talk And
Women Stay To Listen

IN these days when’ everyone
brags about his humble origin
(even Harold Macmillan is apt to
brandish a Scottish labourer
ancestor) it is good to see that a
charming young lady is to wed the
Marquis of Blandford.

For one thing it removes him
from the realm of romantic con-
jecture.

A duke on his dukedom

EVENTUALLY he will become
the Duke of Marlborough and will
take over the historic Palace of
Blenheim which is now on view
at a reasonable entrance fee, and
where the trees leading down to
the water are (so I am _ told)
arranged according to the disposi-
tion of the great duke’s forces at
the Battle of Blenheim,

MANY years ago I met the late
Duke of Marlborough, and found
him rather pensive and not parti-
cularly forthcoming until I asked
him what it felt like to be a duke.

His eyes lit up as he exclaimed:
“Goethe said that ‘f he were not
Goethe he would like to be an
English duke.”

Then with the brilliance that
runs through the Churchill strain
he held forth on the absurdities,
the difficulties, and the glories of
dukedom.

Quite obviously no one had ever
asked him that question.











And an admiral on his victory

1 REMEMBERED this in the
war when I went to a dinner of
about ten people at a restaurant
and met Admiral Sir Henry
Harwood who had so gloriously
sunk the Graf Spee a few weeks
before.

With that curious English social
tradition that one must not ask a
lion to roar, no one made any
reference to the famous naval
action,

They talked about things and
personalities of which the admiral
knew nothing and felt that some-
how they were upholding the
dignity of being English.

The fact that he was bored and
ignored meant nothing.

SO I decided to try the Marl-
borough technique again. “Do
you mind talking about the
Graf Spee?” I asked the admiral

He woke up with a bang, and,
seizing a glass, then a spoon and
a knife, he said: “This was ‘the
position of Ajax, here was Exeter,
there was Achilles, and the Graf
Spee was down there.”

Then for 15 minutes he gave :
vivid and thrilling account of the
battle with a manipulation of
cutlery and glassware that had

the waiters goggle-eyed!

| Stable boy and organ-grinde1
WHAT
a

Ry BEVERLEY BAXTER

And why should a lion have to

listen to the mewing of mere
kittens?
If only women would realise

that men want to talk about
themselves how easy their lives
and conquests would be.

POLITICIANS of course need
no adventitious aid in this regard
and therefore we were not wholly
surprised when the suave, slim
Antony Head (more or less ear-
marked for the War Office in the
next Tory Government) coolly
informed the House last week that

he was once a stable boy and led
a horse round the paddock at
Ascot.

Probably he would have become
a trainer if one of the horses had
not taken a dislike to him and
bitten him so severely that he
bears the marks to this day.

After that he thought it would
be safer to rejoin the Army and
make it his career,

NOW I look forward to the day
when Sir William Darling, who
always wears a wing collar and is
aipt to sport a topper in the House,
will say: “When I played a barrel-
organ in London it occurred to
me Mr. Speaker that democracy
was a many-sided affair.”

When Darling came out of the
19i4-18 war he took out a barrel-

organ one day to observe the
world to the accompaniment of
music,

THE first time I met him was in

the 1920's when he arrived at a
country house for the weekend
with a frock-coat and. silk hat

which he wore even when walk-
ing round the golf course.

“You golfers wear a uniform
of your own,” he said. “I am a
draper and this is my uniform.”

Arnold Bennett might have
wfitten another version of “The
Card” if he had met William

Darling.

Not enough just to be dumb

LISTENING, of course, is
almost as subtle an art as talking.
It is not enough to sit quietly and
remain dumb—although this has
its merits.

One of the hardest things on
the stage is to teach an actor to
listen, yet it is one of the supreme
essentials of his art.

Of course on the stage it
harder than in real life because
the actor already knows what the

is

other actor is going to say, but
even in normal existence we are
not always taken by surprise
when our friends and_ relatives

talk to u

IRENE DUNNE is the best

She has a Serene beauty, a sense
of fun, and a genuine curiosity.

So completely is she herself
that although she has lived for
years in Hollywood it has made
no impression upon her.

After meeting Miss Dunne a

feeTs Tike Sheridan, who said to a
pretty young lady: “Come into my
garden. I want my roses to see
you”—surely the most charming
compliment ever paid by man to
woman,

‘Zounds! I talk like an angel’

SYLVIA MAXWELL FYFE,
wife of the redoubtable Sir David,
is also a_ listener of the highest
order,

As she is a sister of Rex Har-
fison it is possible that she is a
skilful actress, but I have known
men who have been her guests to
feel like the young baronet in the
Restoration comedy who remarks
to the audience:
like an angel!”

THERE is another woman who

is a good listener, but I have
forgotten her name, It is not a
gift lavishly bestowed by the
gods.

Wise—but among the
pessimists

IT is bad news that Walter
Lippmann, the most distinguished
of American columnists, is to
take a rest for some months,

He intends to write a book, but
his wise, knowledgeable com-
ments on international affairs will
be missed by readers not only in

the U.S. but far beyond _ its
borders.
HE has come over to Londo

from time to time, a handsome
thoughtful man deeply concerned
with the mounting tragedy of man-
kind.

Today he must be numbered
among the pessimists, which is a
pity, for the world needs faith,

The theory of two worlds

IF war comes Lippmann has no
doubt America will win but that
chaos will follow.

Therefore he sees as the only
hope a long-term division of the
world into two spheres of influ-
ence—Russian and Allied, with
mutually profitable trade between
them and the propaganda war
reduced from volcanic hatreq to
icy dislike. “I have not given up
hope,” he says, “that this is about

what Stalin means. by co-exis-
tence.”
To which Lippmann adds that

what the two spheres want is an
agreed divorce, not a marriage.
Let us‘hope that so fine a mind
will soon bec impatient and



—L.E.S.

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hi

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aying 4 1e ¢ { nquiry Mr. Maynard: N ne fr, Mottley: Did I tell you that Mr. Walcott: Did th ie } ‘
= 7 es ey ee ag «ue age thre Se : vums @GQ° For that rich
@ From page 3 The Attorney General: Do you tel here nber he er ° ; a
kn 1arles Worrel Mr. Maynard: There d Mr. Mottley: You are acquainted spot } Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and Loose
a chance to have me¢ I = y tchr night watchn the ott wrth : . : reeth mean that you have Pyorrhea
nena ons te i Mayne ard: y e al ae ta as . ver Vestrymet Did The Commissicner ) u} Trench Mouth or perhaps some bad disease savoury flavour g
vent to 1 ul wT » General The Attorney General: Where 5 is t tt v ot them? ww that ere t Seawe]}? | hat will sooner or later cause your teeth
told me to k , an ‘ th aff stor hich Mr. Mayn-rd: | this Mi . : eawell: | to fall out and may also cause Rheumatism
Mr. Waicott t ex cin = i on jot penbived ?: A ae \fter ee h Mr M INK s¢ vir. Bruce: eV iw then }and Heart Trouble. Amosan stops gum |
; : r. Ma nard: He is a contract ived fre e various firms d r tune r, Maynard con- The Commiss “r: Did voy see) Dleeding the first day, ends sore mouth
ine the house at W ae aa ae tl hatte oe tha cutive . Mr. Maynard: Some on the pas- tinued to give evidence a alae ae ae ee Did you se@) gn quickly tightens the teeth. Iron clad
Mr. Ramsay: No. If | ve was in charge of the entire ture and some i ; The Commissioner : 1y douglas fir at the Reef guarantee. Amosan must make your
; . Si onstruction of the building ure and some in an improvised e Commissioner: How much + Mr. Bruce: I cannot remember. | Mouth well and save your teeth or
a fee then I would do The Attorney Genere yy You building erected by Mr. Worrell of the flooring was used ? Mr, Fitzgerald Murray, lorry ieee a non eet tieie serene
Mr. Walcott: You passed in 5 senera®: = *Ou "The Attorney Ge: :D Mr. Maynard: Abou gerald ' orry | age. Get Amosan from y :
: > ee id t part of your duties in- le Attorney General: Did you . omens About 60 per (river, gave evidence next. A, m1 eee. teats
car and * wo Kman j ast sai u ‘ the iper ion. of 4] ad check the t it e stor cer the floor ng was hut tim- op The Attorney General: What is osan you.
was piece of the hut from Scea- 4). ed ee Aut. Sadr sian Mr. Maynard: Ye ber About 75 per cent of the’the number of your lorry? bes Pyorrhea—Tr nch Mouth
well or words to that effect? er em} i Mr. Mottley: During your tern Tooling was used from Seawell Mr. Murray: 1895
nployed $ ieee pene,



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"ian : , of office > huts from ve :
: Mr. Maynard: Between 7 and ° > — — wen 1 : oe . Attorney General: Do you know |
< :* Vou } A : . . . re del “red? . . , 9 : . |
- eae You kno 50 w — = re ¢ s —_ S ge ge 4 : a i © worrell Did you have any| ‘
nere was any rum if t wT} . r Mir, VMaymard: No we 1cr ave anythin Oo oO wi ea *
; I t The Attorney “neral: What . = ‘i . & 7 contract with him or »moving
whether the wood was part of the tI Penge tr ai veral: What on October 17 and the ht ere Checking of the huts? the hut? oC
hut which was to be used for the Wy Maynard: They were em- *veady there. During the time 1 Mr. Maynard: I went there Mp. Murray: Yes
Playing Field? pl i Gaaning ve: the vot On there Mr. Tudor told me that ®!ter the huts were delivered. Attorney General: Whe ig |
Mr. Ramsay: I knew not f tt he } wer | ; xe he had taken out a search warrant . ° th: itn . ren was
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about it whatsoever. the 1a for part of a missing hut Huts Missing Mr. Murray: Sometime in 1949 Photo Cards | Make that stew really tasty >

i : Mr. Mottley: About how lon 4 ; a : . with just a little Marmite !
1e «6Attorney Generst: How after vou « ‘ The Commiss : ( Attorney General; There did of Modern British | 5 ne :
Hut ae Off . ensee | Oemnest ilar cats seaee Wiare ie 40k sen 9. ommissioner: Did you , General; Where did < ; Gers | Make it better for you too—















en d this? hear any stories of huts being "®See you i (
2 r. Maynard: About ht of ; russing from Seawell ? Mr. Murray: He came to my Marmite contains the B2
i Pre. en ‘wnere was talk nil veek Mr. Maynard: I think it was a Mr. Maynard: Ther home 4 vitamins that build np
ned’ oH = an oe had arop The Attorney General: Whit couvle of days after. tor y ‘66 : a : . ‘ Mr Motley of eyper eager peop a Sateen Se SORRACS te
von m Ure Vv é thes ? ttle Jere ‘ : : : »y , MOTLEY \ SC of t » te , i Tr »
Seawell. Did you hear if o ; ; ' oe oe le Were there terri- huts bein g either stolen or Jost : eee: 3 + hut he wanted illness. ‘That’s why it’s so
— + you b Ne : via faynard: The a. vage ble altercations etwee! i: likin = x to_move* 3 ood for everyone
als te een, Lad Geek, pet. Maran’ i. 8 — oe. katt yeen Mi The Commissioner: Did you’ mr. Mbarras: He told me the]e g for everyone on bread M
ton or Pickwick, Gap? The \itorney Gintal: Howe Se : b ever see any of the missing huts small hut. ; and butter or in tasty sand-

Mr. Ramsay: No ma Worrell ¢ ‘3 ; anywhere ? » seneral: { :
Mr, Mottley; You ado d t vate ! kn ¥ arrant Issued Mr. Maynard: N« \ttorney General Digs you

Mr. Maynard: 1 dk . agree to any price?
the Commissioner th s Attorney General: You said it any price ’

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os ( The Attorney Ger Ho Mr. Maynard: = understand Mi sine ¢ a > fg ” soups, gravies, sauces and
seriall eat wa aie ae aoe. oe sant, Mane n answer to Mr. Mottley that the Bie liut Moved Ps, gravies, :
ie atu sak at a pepole were empl ae, aes. werent t aneGowernor visited the Reet on sev. 8 / savoury dishes—-and Marmite
: at you oul recting the building? Mr. Worrell’s premises for part of o eins an ake ' baa a ch fi . i
have reported the matter to Mr. Maynard: The number ‘the missing hut ind the }atter w : eral occasions and gave instruc- ur. Murray: No. I went up at does #0 much for good cocking.
. ; m : ” t awn € é tions To whom did he give these yCil aobOur @ oclocKk, ime pig
\ : ried. : ! highly annoyed instructions ? nut was being moved iat @ay.
oa No, I did: The \itorney General: How Mir. Mottley: You were at the Mr. Maynard: To me Atwrney General; How big at
= ‘Mott ae rere mploye it the be- Playing Field from the time the Mr. Oscar Worrell a road con- ‘this hut?
ey: Would you sugges innin building started structor, was the next to give evi- Wir. Murray: Twer > th
that ‘t Vestry ( Mr. Maynard: From memor I ny. WMawnard: 9 1ext to give evi urray: Twenty by thirty reak fast
é he ould | ¢ 101 Mr. a ; om memory, Mr. Mayns : es. dence. Attorney General; Of what did .
2 miss ig of mon vould say about 25 to 3 ey: What sort yun a . 5 ee â„¢ : 9,
oes er would say about 25 to 30. Mir. Motley: What sort of foun- Attorney General: Were you it consist? that builds! Save 'em =| The Vitamin B Yeast Food
Mr. Rg 2 No, b I woul? e \ttorne) Gene : The dation was put dowr ‘mployed by Mr. T ; hans . tes oa ; ’
go further and say that if I hac umber subsequently increased? Mr. Maynard: A number of pil- trae the building of aaltiin voeks bor eee mae 7 Re,vaninee and Swap em... 40 i Made in England
gone to the Churchwarden and he Mr. Maynard: Yes. As the build- Jars went into the earth and for at the Reef? ' Oe, once gee Mee ee Cards in th Seri -
had suspended me, I feel the Ves- ing progressed each of these pillars, five !engths Mr. Worrell: Yes T Ateunas GEE @hae ee 1 2 SEAT AED
try might have dismissed mo The aieeues General: You used of green heart with a circumfer- Attorney General: Was the first je); eal ae by a = “ae | SFPD IPEEEOOPRPIRE PEPE ED LP LELEEEPPPEPPFPOPPF
Mr. Mottley: Do you sugg a certificate and 1e some of ence of nine inches were used. read from the main entrance for ad i a al eek hs a a5 3 x >
that the Vestry might have s- the yer:chers to pay labour? Each pillar had concrete and ex- $1,200 ? "? M M M : ie %
sea , bray: Mir. Gow came 4 ‘ \
missed pin ,without giving 3 * Si i R . i 1 ee metal and the length of Mr. Worrell: Yes cat a ; ten tp Hf "s ata ee 1X %
proper hearing? Sheets ejeectec each piece of green heart wi Attorney General: You subse- See: Fat SEE OOO s CORN FLAKES is
Mr. Ramsay: I felt that the was ' by J between six to seven feet quently tendered again? What eo oo = : How = 1% %
how things were going, when tit Mr. Maynard: Yes. My labour Mr. Mottley: About how many was that for? Aue Me st nere-at the ne tod 1 % x
truth had been fotind out I might He said that the history of that is weeks you spent in putting down Mr, Worrell: That was for a 6 eee ear “Whe 5 a ay x %
have already been gone. that Mr, Pile, the Vestry’s Auditor this foundation? -road on the western side of the Fe Vortey General: When did ¢ ’ ~
Mr. Mottley; Is it a fact that rejected Worrell’s sheets d said Mr. Maynard: It took two to pavilion. It was for $894.72 you finish : * 4
Mr. Tudor = made accusati that I Clerk of Work houla [three weeks _ During that time we Attorney General: Did these Mr. Murray: About 7 o'clock. I iN %
against you at the Vestry? sign then were getting a lot ef rain and very tenders include supplying mate- ®5*°C Duguid if he were leaving % y
Mr. Ramsay: Yes The Attorney General: Why did nthe men were idling. If the rial and labour ? and he.said he had not. finished STOMACH x x
Mr. Mottley; Did the Vestry you sign’? You knew whether tho iin fell before they turned on to Mr. Worrell: Yes and I drove away leaving the 2 - x
dismiss you? nah: Aporiced “or- not work, and continued for many Attorney General ; Do you know “thers upsels x in x
Mr. Ramsay; No. Mr. Maynard: I hive no know- "Urs during the day he would how long it was? Attorney General; What time x
Mr. Mottley; What gave you ledge whether those men worked 0! employ any men,that day, but . Worrell: The one for $1,200 did you get at the Reef? Because so many stomach g :
leave to believe that the Vestry 01 but I signed because I had |! the rain started affer the men was 17,098 square feet, and the Mr. Murray: About 7 o'clock, sufferers have asked abont * COTTON
would fire you? implicit confidence in Mr. Worrell! had begun to work, he had to pay other 3,852 square feet. Attorney General; When you away-from-home relief, De x %
Mr. Ramsay: Somet you are The Attorney Gencral: I take it as a i a they worked a : Ation: yA one Are you re- = there what did you do wit! abet} wate resnerch to wee N
is i : 3 eit ch om : sos vhole day or not. lated to Mr. Charles Worrell? the hut? —" x
right and yet you get the ill the material you signed ¥ py: th ; 7 t . Oy
I was afraid of losing m; was received and was used us pan ener Did the Acting Mr. Worrell: Not that I know. Mr. Murray: I called for the on ee eee tr x and
= ? rovernor Mr. Perowne s . The CG ssi : are Vv "atc n wh was 10t , ~s 7
was just like a school boy r uwoas you know at the Playing fend aa want erowne visit the he Commissioner : Were you watchman who was not very water - they dissolve smooth- x
the headmaster to complain 1 Fie ld. Me MeccTGA Pan: het conmne orking there w hen the huts were nearby and he said to put it neat ly on the tongue, Pleasant % wane af 2
the teacher and then finding him Mr. Maynard: It was received ae eare zee; ei came brought from Seawell? the Police Station tasting. Small effective dos- x AR ] SI] K
self being flogged nd passed to Mr, Worrell to be Mr, Mottley: Dic iso : , Mr. Worrell: When I went there Attorney General: Did you lost age of 1-2 tablets for prompt y } K J
fs used at the Playing Field. id he visit nere of poise building ~—. . any of it on your way down relief of indigestion, flatu- S e
The Attorney General: . 1e Commissioner: ow long Mr. Murray: All was carried to lence, heartburn and similar *
c lerk Of o orks od ne y am rete a ay Mr, Maynard; Once or Ws ice he were you working there ? the Reef stomach upsets. Convenient %
The next witne was Mz. Field ti ae Peace bare a aaa came w = the Churchwarden, but — Mr, Worrell: Eight to ten weeks A ttovties tieueials Who was the tear-off strips - each tablet x
. , seal ian ites SIgn- mos re ti ame alor T a naar 4 -“ ¢ wa : " " ‘
Aiba Maynard Et n oat of The % ae me Mr k Tudor was recalled after qriyvey and how many hands were} separately cell-sealed for x FASHION -RIGHT
The Attorney General; Were Mr. Maynard: Each individualon ployed by the Ch melcusvlan Mr. Worrell gave his evidence. on the lorry? | fresh: ane : het aaa pocket
: : . ice n On ployec ) ie \ arden. uandbag.
you employed by Mr. Tudor, the my Pay Sheet went and signed for During that .eriod the Actin Y ° Mr. Murray: I was the driver —_ .
then Churchwarden, a 4 lerk of his money over the week-end Gove rnor a it art he Diavine Fic ld A Contention and | had two hands. % STYLES
a of Ww a is deep n - The ae oaeeres Were and gave direction Would you The Commissioner: Does the Attorney General; Next pec ne e¥ itt %
e Princess Alice Playing Field’ you at the Playing Field all day say that those directions were Princess Alice Playing Fiel ing did you go back to Seawell to ‘ i i
A; 5 say a £ ss f aying Field now ntietatamnantlt ‘“
Mr. Maynard: | wa Mr. Maynard: Practically all tended to over-rule any own these roads of which Mr, J0ad the rest of the hut? % including
The Attorney General; Do you day. iuthorit of the Vestry’s chief Worrell spoke? Mr. Murray; Some of the hut ANTAC iD x
remember when you took up The Attorney General: Did Mr. Executive Officer? Mr. Tudor: That has brought a Was still there. % Plaids Checks
office? . Tudor visit the Playing Field Mr. Maynard: Certainly not. contention The Fisheries De- Attorney General: How much} TAB LETS x ,
Mr. Maynard: Yes. On Octo- often? My info that the Gov- partment is claiming the one did Mr. Worrell pay you for re~ | % ’
ber 17. ; ze Mr. Maynard: Yes ernor had as much right to give pelow the fence now. noving the hut? No water needed g Candy Stripes
The sonny: General: What Phe Attorney General: Did A instruc Moris 08 the Chusebwaeden, They said nothing of it when Mr. Murray: He gave me $18 Easily carried a
were your duties? ee any other members ol tne Mr, Mottley: Can you say i jt was being built Attorney General; Were you F .
fie cias Pree , . - ; ae e isheneo : fi . ; rho s0 y . . ¥
Mr. Maynard: There were Vestry at the Playing Field any of these instructions given by The Commissioner: Then es- asked to move some of the big ° me wn lly standb 1% Floral Stripes $
manifold. | I was primarily con~ Sis, Maynard: Yes, I saw Mr. the Govern¢ r had made any sub- timating the cost of the playing hut? ere’s the family stonéby 1% R
cerned with the responsibility of Mottley, Mr. Weatherhead, Mr. stantial changes to the instructions fjeld we should deduct this $1,200. Mr. Murray: I had nothing to do @ Quickly soothes De WITT’S RS %
material and secondly oe _the Miller and I think Mr. Goddard. given by the Churchwarden? Mr. Tudor: That is a matter for with it and settles ANTACID x and ¥
supervision of the ground staff In Y ° ° you. Attorney General: Were you! upset stomach >
preparing, levelling and doing Clerk Resigned Minor Changes Mrs Martineau was also re- {old where it went? | @ Lasting effects POWDER % Solid Col
other work on the field. ae called. Mr. Murray: No % olours
a : The Attorney General: hi _ Mr, Maynard: [ would a Attorney General : Were thé Al o wey I f D | he hata ta s
ee eee ee ae, cee were terminated in there were minor changes Whee huts which you purchased remov- A on . e
, December? incurred some expenditure. The oq on July 7? 5 r l Broug l ot | PRR IIIIIOIGIS 4
[ Mr. Maynard: No. I resigned, Governor told me one morning Mrs. Martineau: Yes. Mr. Walcott; You are sure you I ee
° h a ec se I got a more remunerativy that nn th; Mortuary Attorney General : Were you brought down all the hut? ;
wit an | DOES. \ Nite Arcee ie view of 8 there when your huts were re- Mr. Murray: Yes F
fhe Attorney General: You did beautiful ind he wanted moved? Were the other huts still Mr. Walcott: Did you call the;





Princess Alice? The Commissioner: Was the bi

not have at altercation with Mr. ‘t removed. I told . Tudor what there ? itehman each time
] ior? the Governor said and the wall Mrs, Martineau: Yes Mr. Murray; The first time
4 | Mr. Maynard: Absolutely none, Was removed. That age ex~ Next to give evidence was Mr. Mr. Walcott: You are quite sure | F
* | The Attorney General: How penditure of about $75.00 as \t percy Bruce, a painter that you carried some the next | 4 i S
eae, did the building progress took abou three d hy labour. : Attorney General: Did you send jporning? re sh toc k al ~ ’
| vhen you terminated your Mr. Mottley: Did the Governor jn a tender for the painting of the Mr. Murray: Yes { x
‘ Det: | §



Mr. Maynard: The building foundation was being put dow! Mr, Bruce: In January.

ricaa? visit the Playing Field when the issi ! zg ‘
hut moved while you were there? WEATHERHEAD ‘

Mr. Maynard: Y« He cam Attorney General: Did you put yjr, Murray: No. \

there in the mud and took a keen

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> ed ¢ ater and ateeticas Sete oe interest and had an idea of i : ’ : ‘ ! vide 1ce hie _al » ue me ah San e %
YOU GET nd it was not painted poo was being done after seeing two Mr, bruce’ I cannot remember. oa 2 ey f i Bi cone ng st LLM EARL ALAA OOOO
, pa» , ? e pillars go dow i ny vieneral : ‘ rere Arche aneis, a watchm at) “ tt 7
| The Attorney General: The or a eee ween aria aaa 7 wane ral : What were Reawell, Leonard forde,o care- Zinnia (Giant Dahlia Mixed) «” PEPE LLP POEL OLLIE —-
| , , 4 neal teas Mr. 2 : JON e arrangements ss pss ig a, ata kd
DEPENDABILITY | be ee event 2 any discussions with the Governor Mr. Bruce: To put on three “*CF at Seawell, Sydney Walcott, | Snapdragon (3 kinds), Petu- x %
| Mr. Maynard: Yes, but the tee ge aap + to the * watehman at the Reef, and Ran- aay x >
he te tt ee a ee ind Mr. Tudor with respect to the three coats of paint inside and out- per : | nia, Salvia (Red), Verbena, ¥ >
roads had not been put down ' a : wh they had made ciq dall Griffith, another watchman at| a : i % Vw Do ow yr x
The Attorney General: | size of the pavilion ait think the man who built the . secommended by the Vestry lid ras : ane ow much “The enquiry continues to-dy Larkspur, Balsam, Gillar- % &
‘ . cae OY ca: ae Ss ) i by th ry did it cos : ‘a .
+ ds aren ty ar Worrell. Was Mr. Maynard: No. Mr. Perowne Mr. Bruce: I cannot remember, *! 9 4-â„¢ dia, Marigold, |ndian Pinks, x Mts Lov ELLY fl %
me a ed there during your save the idea t he liked Hs ite gh I can remember the final iopsis, Dahlia, andy- s %
e ijone elaborately and I would not eost tuft. For«zetemesnot. Pe ¥ g
Mr, Maynard: No. be surprised if he told Mr. Tudor inquest Fixed For July 13 Be eee tery © re ee o SS
Phe Attorney General: What to change the dimensions. Extra Cost A. post mortem examination of |% [9° Mignonette, — Aster, % x
type of material the huts were Mr, Mottley: Did you hear that , | the body of Joseph Riley was per- |% Sweet Peas, Chrysanthe- % Ry so VME %
ics > . ; ‘ 3 ‘ ih 4 °
made of while you were on the job Attorney General: What caused | med yesterday by Dr. L mum Alyssum, Cosmos, > »
Mr. Maynard: Part was card, ~ the extra cost? r: ppin at District “C” Mortuar) \geratu Cornflower, Cz x mw $
part mesh wire and part was - hy Mr. Bruce: The wood was| An inquest has been fixed for \gerarum, orniower, Can- 7 O-DA Y x
tenher i sh: bana the seh | io ed te ry Bells Vs as-
ain best part of the Size Changed 1p?Y / ‘ | Friday, July 13 charg. Bells, Puping, tes : $
flooring used as part of attorney General: Why was it} | urtium., % x
the floor ie pavilion and Mr, Maynard: No. I heard that sappy ? | { 24 & $
pat 1 as the roof the dimension gi by the Mr, Bruce: It looked like. new 7 y Take advantage of recent 1% : >
: e Attorney General: What Vestry were cl ged to a bigger material ; { : - rains and plant now. $ z
the uprights made of? plan. Attorney General What was| e | 4 e
Mr Mottley: You said tha‘ the ultimate price agreed upon ? : } 5, ~
Mr. , Itimat ice ag ? ae 1
Cot New Ceetaiae : you saw the Vestrymen Mr. Bruce: Nine hundred dol- | ‘ ee n 1 4 % ¥
S t the Pl F ufter the work Jars plus RONTINUES ON PHIL . % *
Mr. Maynard: Pine. The dimen- fad started? Attorney General: How long ' i b ll xs ;
sions of the pavilion were greater Mr. Maynard: Yes vere you painting ? BP SIDU,000 GUO AT | r ce % %
than the huts and they could not Mr. Mottley: Did you have any Mr. Bruce: About five weeks. ) g %
use the uprights from Seawell discussions with any Vestrymen a & .
; ; 3 ,
1 unite they were spliced. To avoid to whether they approved or dis- Mr. E. K. Waleott; When you T il % N iv ) eal er | I, { I ~ “ss > pect %
; doin this, they had to get ne ipproved of the building? say the wood looked new, you | 4 A eat ( x i s A Hee upright Mr, Maynard; Ye I discussed | mean not painted or new from the H al f B | % %
The Attorney General: Did you the matter with you and you said| lumber vard’ ‘. , | ead oO road Street s *.
3 ta . to 9:00 r" «
Mr. Ramsay at the Playing that you would have put down a Mr. Brace: They looked new Fr. Wm. Hy. 8t Dial 8cobg | ae Kh. NIGHTS PHOENIX rou N 7. sth %
a? building of stone ad not ef wood.| from the lumber yard to me , %
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The charge for announcements of
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for any number of words up to 50, and
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up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
additional wo-d. Terms cash, Phone 2508
between 830 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
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IN MEMORiAM





MARSHALL—In loving
Robert A. Marshall, who departed this
life on the 5th July, 1947.

Sweet be thy rest,
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memory of

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CONSTITUTION SWAMP AND
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caused to be placed any matter
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all

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will be liable to proceedings under
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Swamp and

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That ENO-SCOTT & BOWNE, a cor-
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skin ointment and skin liniment, and
will be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 4th day of July
1951, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration, The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

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and we will order for you if we
haven't got it in stock. A, Barnes & Co.,
Ltd. 6.7.51—t.f.n



SIAMESE FIGHTING FISH

Some beauties in blue green, and
lavender, Archie Clarke. Phone 5148 or
4530. 4.7,51—3n.



LOST & FOUND

FOUND

KEYS—Found in Westbury New Roi
Wednesday afternoon, July 4th, one ring
with four keys (2 sets duplicates), Owner
ean recover same by calling at Advocate
Advertising Office, identifying, and pay-
ing cost of this advertisement, $1.11

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2a.



NOTICE
IN THE ASSISTANT
COURT OF APPEAL
Re: Workmen's Compensation Act,
1948
Notice is hereby given that Reynold
Brewster of Hall's Road, Saint Michael,
employed at Francia Plantation, Saint
George, was injured when the lorry
which he was loading reversed and went
over his body. He died of injuries sus-
tained and compensation has been pald
into Court.
All the

dependants of the above-

on Wednesday the llth day of July, 1951,
at_10 o'clock a.m,
Dated this 9th day of June, 1951.
F. G. TALMA,
Clerk, A.C.A.
12.6.51—3n

Acting





TAKE NOTICE

That ENO-SCOTT & BOWNE, a cor-
poration organized and existing under
the laws of the State of New Jersey,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address in Bloomfield, New
Jersey, United States of America, Manu~-
faeturing Chemists, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of er-ulsions and
like preparations, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 4th day of July 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of stich registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office.

Dated this 20th day of June 1951.

H. WIL

Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7.51—





TAKE NOTICE
CATERPILLAR

That CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO., a
corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the State of California,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address is 800 Davis Street,
San Leandro, State of California, U.S.A.,
Manufacturers, has applied for the regis-
tration of a trade mark in Part “A" of
Register in respect of internal combustion
engines, diesel engines and other power-
supplying machinery adapted for employ-

propelied vehicles, and as stationary or
portable power units for industrial,
marine and agricultural uses; scraping,
carrying and dumping units adapted to
be employed for scraping and collecting
eorth, rock, or like materials and trans-
potting and dumping said materials;
power and manually controlled graders,
wogons, scarifiers, scrapers, bulldozers,
rippere and plows adapted to he
employed for the construction and main-
tenance of roads, for moving and te
moving of earth, rock, snow and IJike
materials, for preventing soil erosion and
industrial and agricuitural
and track type tractors
be employed in
operations, road building, mining, log-
ging, earth moving, hauling, pushing
and for other industrial and agricultural
purposes; cuble-contro) units for con-
trolling cable actuated equipment for
earth-moving and agricultural purposes:
hydraulic-control units for controlling
hvdraulically actuated equipment for
earth moving and agricultural purposes,
bellows seal





for other
uses; wheel

adapted to farming

rust inhibitors, cement;

tools,
accessories equipment
with all of such products, and will
entitled to register the same aftér one
month from the 4th day of July 1953,
uniess some person shail in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration.
The trade mark can be seen on applica-
tion at my office.

Dated this 20th day of June 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7.51~—in.

sr SR,

CLASSIFIED ADS.)













ment as the source of power for :

PUBLIC SALES





and
Max-

PROPERTY—That desirable Wall
Wooden House called St. Elmo at
well Road, Ch. Ch. Consisting of Closed
Gallery to the front 2 Side Verandahs,













BARBADOS ADVOCATE

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and |
&6 cents Sundays 24 words — ow? 24
| words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a

eae «MCCORMICK
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TAKE NOTICE

















re
Drawing and Dining Rooms 4 Bedrooms | HOUSES

| Water Toilet and Bath, Modern Kitehen. | —— INTERNATIONAL MARVESTER COMPANY 1 eOrporation org

; Otte, Garage, Spacious yard enclosed »; 53 Swan St. & corner Middle | ting under the laws of the State of New Jersey, U ited States of Am

Wall and standing “4 of an acre of *‘#Ifs 2-store’ premises ior office, j trade or business address is City of 0, State of Miinois, ‘Ur ted
lland, with several bearing fruit trees. | ‘UTant or residence Ligm, kite j of America, has Applied for the egistrat of a trade ‘matt in Pp eo of
The Same will be set up for sale bh, “th and other conveniences. Act prap pt | Register in respect of farm machinen generally, inc iding: grain binders, rice
public competition at our Office, James |'Â¥. Vacant call at Thani Bros. or Gialj binders, tractor binders, reapers, headers, header binders. mowers. hax tance
Street, on Friday 6th July at 2 p.m. | 466 6.7.5)- weep rakes, side delivery rakes, tedders, hay loaders, hay pressers, stackers
Inspection any day except Sundays. | arene etsincenahsteatheeeeeente combined sweep rakes and stackers, corn binders, corm pickers, corn shellers
between the hours of 10 am. and 3 FLAT--At Coral Sands, Worthing 1} ¢ornstalk rakes, huskers, shredders, combined huskers and €nsilage cutters,
e@m. Hutchinson & Banfield, Solicitors. |'"Odern furnished flat, good sea bathing | emsilage harvesters, silo fillers, ensilawe cutters, stalk cutters, harrows, feed
23.6.51--_ |For further particulars. Dial 8134, ima | Srinders, grain drills, seeders, plows, cultivators, lime Sowers, fertilizer distribu.
“ | Lashley 27.6.51—4.f.n. | tors, Manure spreaders, binder hitches, knife grinders, land rollers, land packers,
planters, shock gatherers, shockers, harvester threshers, threshers, stripper

RIPLEY —On Gogst. | harvesters, combined side-delivery rakes

AUCTION
Under The Diamond Hamme:

By instructions received I will set un
for sale by public auction on Thursds,
next the 12th July at 2 o'clock at Lowct
Station Hill, St, Michael, one doub «
reofed house with shop attached,

ant



UNDER THE IVORY HAMME??

By instructions received I will sell «n
Friday 6th July at the Gencrai Mot
Bus Co Nelson St., One Austin A40 Cay
(damaged in accident). Sale at 2 p.m

terms Cash,
VENCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer
1.7.51—< )

TAKE NOTICE
SCOTT'S

That ENO-SCOTT & BOWNE, a cor-
poration organized and existing under
the laws of the State of New Jersey,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address in Bloomfield, New
Jersey, Untied States of America, Manu-
facturing Chemists, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of cod liver oil food
tonic, cough syrup and skin ointment, ana
will be entitied to register the same
after one month from the 4th day of
July 1951, unless some person shall int
the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office

Dated this 20th day of June

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7,.51—a

TAKE NOTICE







951









That BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY LIMITED, a company in-
corporated and istered under the laws
of England, of estminster House, 7
Millbank, London, 8.W.1., England, has
applied to be registered as proprietor of
the above Trade Mark TRUMPETER:
No, 47 registered in Part “A” of the
Register on 23rd September 1950, in
respect of cigarettes by virtue of an
assignment dated 19th February 1951,
rssigned otherwise than in connection
with the goodwill of « business by
British-American Tobacco Company (Bar-
bados) Limited to the said British-
American Tobacco Comparmy Limited and

will be entitled to be registered after
one month from the 4th day of
July 1981, unless some person shall

in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark and assign-
ment can be seen on application at my
office.
Dated this 2ist day of June 195}.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Teade Marks.
4 Sn.

TAKE NOTICE









That BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO,
COMPANY LIMITED, a company in-
corporated and registered under the laws
of England, of Westminster House, 7
Millbank, London, 8.W.1., England, has
applied to be registered as proprietor ot
the above Trade Mark CLIPPER No, 4
registered in Part “A" of the Register
on Ith September 1950, in respect of
cigarettes by virtue of an assignment
dated the 19th Februany 1951, assigned
otherwise than in connection with the
goodwill of a business by British-
American Tobacco Company (Barbados)
Limited to the said British-American
Tobacco Company Limited and will be
entitled to be registered after one month
from the 4th day of July 1951,
unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
cffiice of opposition of such registrations.
The trade mark and assignment can be
seen cn application at my office.

Dated this 2ist day of June 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7.51—3n



t A GUINNESS, SON &
c ANY ITED, a British Company,
whose trade or business address is Park
Landon, Ragland; and" James's. Gas
London, . ames's %
Dublin, Fire, has applied for the registra-
tion of o trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in respect of stout, and will
be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 4th day of
July 1951, unless some person shall in
the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
régistration. The trade mark can be
seen On application at my office.
Dated this 2ist day of June 1951.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trado Marks.
4.7,51—3n.

1,168 sq. ft. of land. Also the houstho a |
furniture. Terms cash. D’Arey A. Sco
Auctioneer. 6.7.51—6



Sea—-Maxweil's and tedders, bunchers, listers, motor

»a- | cultivators, beet toppers, beet piillers, beet harvesters, internal-combustion engines.
Refrigerator. | tractors, milking machines, cream separators straw-spreader attachments,

fully furnished,
veniences

two bedrooms
Telephone,

all ®



stone-









| 4 September, November on. Dial| bur mills, cane mills, tractor hitches, potato diggers, hemp harvesters, hemp-
} 6.7.51- father binders, hemp scutchers, hemp brakes, hemp-tow cleaners, feeders for
| —— = - vemp scutchers, and parts for each of the said machines, and will be entitled wo
| STONE WAU NEWL Y BUILT | register the same after one month from the 4th day of July 1951, unless ‘some
| BUNGALOW in Gill's Gap, Davre person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
| Road, Available from the 15th Juls tion of such registration, The trade mark can be seen on application at my office
Apply Mrs. A. H. Johnson, Capri, Dz j Dated this 2ist day of June 1931

res Pd. Phone 4141. 4.7.51— i H WILLIAMS

Registrar of Trade Mark





| PUMLIC NOTICES |

Ten cents per agate line on week-day |
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays j
minbnum charge $1.50 on week-days |
and $1.80 on Sundays. |

NOTICE
We have to-day admitted Lior

Suprey Williams a partner with us
the Firm of D. M. Simpson & Co

F. C. Hutson

H. F. Pilgrim

J. M. G. Simpson
D. C. Blades.

i
NOTICE |
APPLICATIONS for one vacant st. |
Philip's Vestry Exhibition tenable at the





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Lodge School will be received b¥ the
undersigned not Saturday
14th July 1951

Candidates must be sons of Parishlon«
in straitened circumstances
be under the age of twelve years.

A birth certificate must be forwarde
‘long with an application form obtaine
from the Paroehiai reasurer’s Office. |

Parents and/or Guardians will be
notified of the time and piace of ti
entrance examinatior

P. 8. W.
Clerk

later than





and mu



Sole Importers:
W.S.MONROE &CO.LTD.,
Bridgetown,
Barbados,



SCOTT,

to the Vestry,
St. Phil
4.7.51

MACDONALD

& MUIR LTD

Distillers
Laith, Scotland







FORM I
LAND ACQUISITION




THE
ACT, 1941
(Notice required by Section 3)

NOTICE is hereby given that it appenr
to the Governor-in-Executive Committee
that the lands described in the Schedu
hereto and situate at the district of St. |
Christopher in the parish of Christ Church |
in the island of Barbados are likely to |
be needed for purposes which in the |
opinion of the Governor-in-Executive |
Committee are public purposes, namel
for incr Ing school buildings end fur
nishing playgrounds for St. Christopher
Giris’ School.

THE SCHEDULE

ALL THAT certain parcel of land con
taining one rood and séven perche
more or less, adjoining the lands of St
Christopher's Girls School and bounding |
en lands of M. Hazlewood, of A, Clarke.
of Estwick Kirton and on the public
highway alleged to be in the ownership
or occupation of Mrs, Sarah Kirton of;













|

JOHN M. BLADON & CO. |

ABS. F.V.A.
Hopewell, Christ Chureh,.

THE FIRM WITH THE REPUTATION
Dated this 25th day of June, 1951, at

the Public Buildings in the City of | e
Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados.
By Command,
R, N. TURNER,
Colonial Secretary
3.7.51—3n

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
My office will be closed for the annual
holiday on the 9th July and opened on
the 23rd July Will those persons who e
hove glasses here please cail in and
collect same before the 7th. July,
H, HARCOURT-CARTER,
Ophthalmie Optician
3.7.51—-3n

We are always pleased to assist prospective buyers with
their endeavours to obtain property in the Island and there is
little of worthwhile nature which is not listed with us. Take
advantage of our service without any obligation,







REAL ESTATE AGENTS—AUCTIONEERS-SURVEYORS

(Property and Estate Management a Speciality).







PARISH OF ST, JOHN
Applications for one (1) Vestry Exhibi
tion at the Lodge Schogl will be received

| Phone 4640 i! |

Plantations Building.

RALPH - A - BEARD

F.V.A.





by the undersigned up to 3.00 p.m, on
Thursday the 12th July, 1951. |
Candidates must be the sons of,

Parishioners in straitened circumstances |
and not less than 8 years nor more than |
12 years old on the date of the e»
tion which will be held at the Se
at 10.30 am, on Friday the 13th July
1981 Applications forms can be ebtairgd
at my office during office days and hours
only Baptismal certificates to
pany applications
R. S. FRASER,
Clerk to the V
St




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SOUTHBOUND
Salis Sails Sails Arrives Sails
Name of Ship Montreal. Halifax Beston fMarbados Barbadas
LADY NPLS« 3 June 3 July $ July 4 July M4 July
GANS sas 4 10 July 13 July - 1 Aug. 2 Aug
CAN. CHALLENGER 20 July 23 July -- 13 Aug. 14 Aug
LADY RODNEY 20 July 2 Aug. 4 Aug. a Aug. 22 Aug
CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 9 Aug 12 Aug -- 3 Sept. 4 Sept.
LADY NELSON 20 Aug 23 Aug. 25 Aug.
NORTHBOUND
Arrives Sall Arrives Arrives Arrives
Name of Ship Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreai
LADY NELSON 27 July 29 July 7 Aug. 9 Aug. 12 Aug
LADY RODNEY 25 Aug. 28 Aug 6 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept
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Trinidad, La
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calling at
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MV

and

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Passengers tor

accept cargo
Dominica,








Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis and atid
St. Kitts. Sailing Friday 13th gena and Jamaica
instant 3
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L . Grenada and Aruba, Pas-
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THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY

ELECTION OF A_ DIRECTOR

Notice is hereby given that an Extraordinary

Meeting of the qualified Policyholders of the above-



named Society wili be held at the Society's Office,
Beckwith Place, Bridgetown, on Friday, 6th July, 1951,
at 2 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of electing a Director
in the place of Mr. Walter C. Boyce, who has resigned

his seat.
C, K. BROWNE,

Secretary.
21.6.51—6n,





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‘ ‘ in Awe FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951
PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE -
ers Defeat Bedser Bowls S arhayes i! i i ZB
| c 2
napp rs eltea edser Dowls, Summerhayes | wuarsonto-pay || How togetrid of = every spoonful gives you Bz
"| Princess Alice Enquiry : -——-2 ——
| England Into Tournament wine ee MAGH ete ee ;
oO ese betes ae Court of Grand Sessions ficre aad mere
e | P x T : 10.00 a.m, : : deci hsbc ae
re oe Gooc osition OoOmorrow Court of Appeal 10.00 a.m. 7 d
SNAPPERS defeated Harrison College ten goals to one Seda Pelice Courts 10.60 am. ere :
when they played a water polo match at the Aquatic Club By D. FM ayes j THE Annual Tournamen', of Speech Day at Coleridge ae a re 7 eee 2 8
yesterday afternoon. It was the second and most exciting Excellent b wling by Alec Bed- the Summerhayes aa Club, Mobile Cinema gives show at ai ae een:
yesterday atte = a Sa ta ” ~xcellent bow vy Alec bec 5th Avenue, Belleville, starts on School 2.30 p.m. : go
. match of the afternoon. In the first match, Swordfish beat ser on a_ wicket Tr Pa Saturday 7th July at 4 pm. A Redland Plantation Yard, f it BY e S$ S$ g
Whipporays 14—nil. The weather was ideal. sweated under the covers follow- new feature of this year’s tours St. George 7.30 p.m. age rte i ee eg eiesninn
The small College boys were ing a thunderstorm 24 hours pre- rament will be the Doubles CINEMAS —
match for the Snappers with ; vieusly put England in a strong Championship for which a Special Globe “Royal Wedding”
eco lee aos de ie ot. 8 ‘ position at the close of the first Trophy i being offered by Plaza (Bridgetown) “Breaking
coe, ee veny baal on wc rinida UP aay’: play in the Third Tést at yor’ ype Lima & Co, Ltd. ee OT re, @ Every spoonful of « Kepler" gives you a rich
ee oe tn: nee Manchester. Jewellers of No, 20, Broad Street: floval "Malaya and Billy The Kid" ” supply of vitamins A and D.
were keen and in some instance Cl b M t Bedser, bowling with all his o'd Seven pairs have entered the Olympic “That Midnight Kiss and @ = These vitemins are nature's wonder workers,
they played a faster game than u ee vim and vigour, was able to (Contest for this trophy Roadhouse” assuring health and freedorn from illness.
‘ ppers, but they needed weight make the ball = puarety, Sone V. C. Gale and V. H. Chen- | @ Men, women, children=all should start
behind their throws a Hi : bo — , of the South rican batsmen ,... taking tasty ‘ Kepler’ to-day
Delbert Bannister, the stockiest PA cc ae haocting Nor” me faced his in-swingers with any mies AS Chien ena Cc Ce — ‘gate. '
of the Snappers team put in seven Tri ida ‘urf Cl esterday comfort and y he t Cher ” Chenery. |
for Snappers. He was quick , : aie pork ee gobats deser ved the final analysis of 7 D. W. Wiles and J. 8 B The Weather | | Most stomach pains are due to
ae 7 “ease Sar men eae 3 a sows oh Taal difficult for Nourse to oa. ABE 1 Col. D. St. A To-day | | dangerous excess acid. The quickest _ mae.
ored two goals for Snappers and : NNAZ AD . as oe s r. A. S. Cato anc 4. .D, St. A. fe ; : 1 ts
adie. Saar. cee en See decide whether to bat or field puxe sur Kises : 5.44 a.m. [Fae Oe £0t cht oF ee. See one COD LIVER Olt - WITH MALT EXTRACT
a ‘ CK DIAM D. iNaid after winning the toss. But cevi- kl ee r > Git sun Sets: 6.25 p.m. is to neutralize it by taking a dose
The lone College goal was scor- oF aera ieee sort Ceca ae a t at” he E. R. Atkinson and V. C. Git- 7 of ‘ BISMAG ° (short for * Bi ,
ea by A. Taylor, After about five : a BIRD A. Jaseph ding “when in doubt, bat re tens. Mcy (Fst Quarter) July (short for isurated :
minutes play. Browne. scored (1 AIR PROFIT. (Quested) sent in Rowan and Waite to opem “Gc” Rg &. Warner and L. G. 12 Magnesia). This wonderful remedy 4 BURROUGHS WELLCOME & CO. PRODUCT ical
minutes , play ; = . Trae: 1.21 Pari ‘gi230, $3.12, si4g, the innings. When they were yy) tohinhon. Lighting : 7.00 p.m. will bring you instant relief. Get Sea E
Snappers’ first goal. He outswam .,7, both back inside ‘ie pavilion “y © Barker and L. A. Har- Hogh Water: 4.19 a.m. 6.06 * BISMAG ° today and always be sure "oe sole Agents for Barl ages : Collins’ Ltd., 28 Broad Stree
the College forwards for about soreeust; $120.72 - inside three quarters of an hour jj.9n p.m. ] of eating in comfort, sme ————- - -—— —— -——-—— :
ten yards before he neared the COLONY HANDICAP for one between them. he must © ‘py ‘ for Saturd: hii Yesterd 4 GREGORIO NOOO T TSF F ES 5
sal and shot. Bannister playing (Ci Z = TOhAg chumeaaee ee have begun to regret his decision. ». aoe Pe per ceX. en Rainfall (Codrington) nil te kei se NDW 1 2
¥ “up oo the <6 gol e ii CROSS ROW, (Holder, : oeioe tee er oe ~ A. 8, “ and se tei Total for month to yester- | you 19-DAY S NEWS FLASH y
Snaphysrs rom a melee in the 1A DOL Mohammed) oO edser’s, firs fer to 7 ¥g, DR. EB arner anc 1G day: 1.06 ins. | ~~ —
College area. ;: ieee $212. sa 45, 2t backward short leg and Waite pHuytchinson, Temperature (Max.) 85.5°F | { NEED Ten chances to win e
The . third, fourth and fifth e iat a "having “waited” er, ag E. R. Atkinson and V. C. Git- Temperature (Min.) 74.5°F ean of oes for 2/-
goals for Snappers were sent in £83.36. minutes. was we eld by M tens vs. J. C. Barker and L. A Wind Direction (9 a.m. S.E *‘BISURATED’ MAGNESIA only, through our B'dos pe om
in rapid succession after a fine sinew e Atenas in the leg trap. Iarrison. (3 p.m.) E.N.E, Tablets and Powder Sold by all Chemists — ~~ _— or CONTINUES ON PRICES
Ar + oe ont c « sy ae . . 2 % > y ae 0 a St WJ . e
forward ie ment Banniste : (Class © and Ct, : Pertenrw Van Ryneveld, promoted from The Singles Championship will a Velocity 10 miles per on Edition y Year Book “of OF $100,000 GOONS AT
t : ” 1c rig) ving score ' UPINUS, ‘Quested) : 2 > . r cS ™
Sane “ie _ aon weit, cara (a) NOTCNETE 7 eteher) number seven to number three, giso be contested during thi B: Pee ké ~ (9 29.988 i Hello E ; ais West Indies $12.00
iird and fourth He swam HOT BREAD, (A, Joseph) fought desperately to stem the tournament the cup for which is avrometes (9 a.m.) 29. ello Everybody ! What's On? Rats aha “Mou meat a
ih 1 the hall from the 4: DISTITION, (Naidoo; tide of English success. He and at present held by Lisle Harrison +S: Pit). APORS JOSEPH RUEY the ota aire a rg i HANI 8
talf-line to score the third, while ‘Time: 1.20, Pari $3.42, £1.60, $1.96, Nourse who had obviously decided last year’s ohampion, SERVICE OF SONGS which sotan
he scored the fourth after receiv- 51.84 ee that attack was the best form of should have heen held at the JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
South chtner fren Besar Forecast: $60.72 defence, added 53 in the next /70 Sandbox Social Club, Massian and Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Dial 3466
T.1.C. HANDICAP minutes, but shortly before lunch the 7 ‘. eae (kindly lent by HARDWARE,
College Scores (Class A and Lower, 9 Furlongs) Nourse was out and the back of July. UE. heg. teas cee 5;
> : nay ° ’ ey Aa 4 uly 1951, has been cancelled A Iopbptpttnt Sooggge:
; bl - Sy ae ery Levee! the South African batting had Instead, he astintah
Brown lobbed one irom mid- (2 BLUE STREAK, (Quested) been broken p' There will be a ;
; o the College g 2) REMATE, (A. Joseph). “A SINGING
way ito: the College’ “goal -t0- 15) Rit. iecinea) Keen fielding enabled England 40 a eee We now have a good selection of Building Materials to
notch the fifth goal for Snappers. rine: 2.04.3/5. Pari $3.72, $1.42, $1.30, to follow up their advantage and ect CLUB BOWZ,” Massiah offer you — ,
Jr a matter of seconds Bannister 1.36 although they lost Ikin before the | ——~ pie ; teen es UNITEX I
seored the sixth goal for Snappers Forecast: $24.84 close, they should be assured of —_——. i on i‘
after receiving a pass on the right ST. ANOS HANDICAP a comfortable lead tomorrow, guy Bias paces a 8 a. Piekie : ; erie prool WALLBOARD
wing when well up in the College ‘class |B and ‘Lawen-6 Parise) South Africa—tst Innings oo Reeabe atnipeaeeasae set 4o’”” thick, 4’ x 8’, 9’, 10’, 12”
: sras ro , a F Rowan c Brown b Bredser ; : ADVANTAGE OF THE ds ’ , , ’ .
goal area. (1) ORLY, tA, Joseph) 1. H, Waite ¢ tkin b Bedser 1 "EXCURSION FARES aan
Ai half time the score was six— (2) TUFFLEY BELLE, (Quested C0 Van tynaveld 16.0. b ; ‘ is ue ita ee artnet ' 1 i
nil in favour of Snappers. The a BA ea or * or re 1.30, Tattersall 40 NOY toll chen : ——————————————————————————————; Termite- rool STANDARD HARDBOARD
Time: 1.19 1/5 Pari $7 12, $ $ ray Waites @ thie & Bedues pa @ Lowest F ——
arg i half of play prota ape yd st: $47.96 © Cheetham ¢ Hutton > Bader 20 (0-Day Exeursions Va’ thick, 4’ x 6’, 8’, 10’
bit but was equally as thrilling as orecast: ‘ , G. M. Fullerton ¢ Hutton b Bedser 9 AN Flights by “North Star” ani i 3/16” thick, 4x8.)
tne first half. College scored the ‘cls Oana ae Panne R.. A: Motean b Laker = ® skytinerd mee i Variety Entertainment rie Wick C&S.
first goal after resumption when 4) GROSS BOW, (J. Belle). ict are enrane eo eee For Complete Informa ; Termite [ TEMPERED HARDBOARD
they were given a_ free throw. (2) ROSE a a Soomeh) a aS wan b Pedser i 15 GARDINER AUSTIN & co by i -proo
Billy Manning of College passed (3) BATILE SONG, (Quest C. N. McCarthy ¢ Ikin b Bedser 9 Lta. ? THE EXTRA-M URAL 1g” thick, 4’ x 6’, 8’. 10’, 12”
the ball to Taylor who was play- Time: 2.06 3/5, Part $10.84, $2.06, $1.24, Extras: Lb. 14, n.b, 2 16 MAGrecer Bt Bridgetown - | JUNIORS ones i
ing back and who took a one time $1.18, po Total . 158 TRANS -CA N Awa z | PITCH PINE & DOUGLAS FIR JOISTS & PLANKS
shot, deceiving completely Snap- Forecast: $76. SAP . Air Lines (In aid of § ; ;
ers'-goalie. ‘The score was six- ee a aaa aoa eecece> Fall of wickets 1 for 0, 2 for 13, 3 tor International “‘Trans-Atlantic oe een in th
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one. (1) THUNDERATION, (Naidoo) @ for 158, 9 for 143 a at j 4 l U
Bannister followed up by scor- (2) USHER, (Ques) BOWLING ANALYSIS gee | sie ad Tepliad al eta
ing two quick ones for Snappers. (4) STELLA SOLARIS, (Ali). 4 ane TY ak. THE POCKET THEATRE wet Soe yee
They were both powerful shots Time: 1.20. ‘ oe ecu oe Sail mn _ - ane (British Council, Wake- | . ae |
from close up. Hazell came into i Fe % i : , field, White Park) | CARREAGE BOLTS & NUTS
action and Snappers got their attersa : J a t - :
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ninth goal. He took a powerful mbledon i; Mitton nek Bue 24 WW LZ ff NY, pape ee tee at 3 p.m. 9/16” & 3%", various lengths.
shot which the College goalie J Ikin ¢ Cheetham b Chubb 22 , “Ze | Saturday 14th, 5 p.m.
she rear . ste ~ . > R. Simpson not ouc 3 I a a q . 9 p.m.
pushed over the nets. A corner Mire tet ; : (Matinee) |t Phone 4456, 4267.
was conceded Hazell received Tro ny, atty i ‘ ff
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time. The score was nine—one. ’ . 5 BOWLING Anat vente — 2s 6a for Mati ad | Vv 9 * 3
Five minutes before the game In Semi-Finals ' Te eae ee oS Wy Tickets ot ‘alt ; ble ere ila thi oniimiaae
ended Bannister featured in an- MeCarth, Pe ak British Geuravia iekaininas St RRS
other forward movement to score WIMBLEDON, July 5. a asuk 4 : 1 - Whitepark batoaan 10. OCDE S POSS OS SSOP PESOS OOOO
oan oe a i Phi In the quarter finals of the Men’s Mann teats Sy ka Sie am, & 1 p.m s ;
OOK a_ sho rom abou our Doubles, Eric Sturgess, South Af- ras. ra % >
yards away and College goalie rica and Jaroslav Drobny, Egypt Ist Class Cricket WOR AND GAMES t $s %
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Bannister got hold of it again Ernest Buchholz, Germany 6—3, LONDON, July 5. t i _ . eee % ¥
and this time placing his shot to 6—1, 6—3. Results of English First Class | nee aor an Be 2Qn x g
the right of the goalie and into Ham _ Richardson and Budge cricket matches played Wednes- -f.ol—en, &
the corner of the net. Patty, United States beat Lenart day follow: M.C.C, 262, Oxford i — iW y
In the Swordfish Whippo\ys Bergelin and Sven Davidson, University 76 for one. rf — - ~ - y
match N. Portillo and G, Foster Sweden 1—6, 8—6, 6—3, 5—¥7, Cambridge University 335 for YP PPDOOS DS SOOG TO DOSSOOG § | YS
were outstanding for Swordfish. 7—5. seven declared. Army 124 for a Y ~ nn 8 8 Y
Portillo scored five of the 14 Mervyn Rose and Mrs. Nancy three. % > Sqqe acty &I1¢ B
goals and Foster four. H. Portillo Bolton, Australia entered the semi Derbyshire vs. Middlesex match ¢ % Ge t the S¢ | asly } S %
two, M. Jordan two, and G. finals of the mixed doubles by postponed. is % x %
Fitzgerald one were the other beating Sven Davidson, Sweden Essex 199, Sussex 123 for three % Delights SIR ¥%
scorers for Swordfish. and Miss Sverley Fry, United Somerset 113, Warwickshire 196 st Ce RLS em %
From the start Swordfish got States 6—3, 9—7 for four. ! x 31 %
the upperh: Thi rg g r - shire 286 E shire 7 for . yl ¥
i eae nn cememnys and Bric Sturgess, South Africa and oe 286, Hampshire! fo % For Your | %
" Whi asaeeets tp ; Miss Louise Brough, United States ema NL Leicester- s x x
lipporays had an opportunity ~) 7"). ones 2 : Worcestershire 119, Leicester % js 2\R q
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to score but their attack was a aine ; shire 61 for five. y njo men 1 ¥
wiser teidha Maar adid, oe tks. - ed doubles by beating Josef Aboth Surrey 187, Northamptonshire ‘6 az 7 $$ B13 %
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The teams were:— gary ; Glamorgan 361 for seven, men x $1 S$ 2
Harrison College — J. Chabrol to bat.—(CP) 2 > % 9 | WITH %
>. Evelyn, F, Man- doctor : 81 :
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r\(.i i ii.iii BAKMAlios ADVOCATE i IIIII \v it II . i-i.-.i Snappers Defeat II. College 10-1 SNAPPERS defeated Harrison College ten foa I water polo match ai the Aquatic Club It vu the teoond and moat exciting t the afternoon. In the first match, Swnrdflsh beat ther ideal lYiniriacI Turf Club Meet Sum of the thirrt day oi Iht< Itace MIH-(III K ol the %  Q %  I l.ri .1! OKI 11 iMn< \r >K II. I Mill "d 1 . % %  I %  Wl 11 M. U 11. U . MM %  -> MT I 11 I lilri 1 %  % %  1 n Whipporuy.*14—nil. The w The small College %  rs with %  Ui iM KMIM ll II Siiajweight %  Delberl Bannister, II put in seven Brawn % %  Thi' il was scorI live %  .: %  M ..red -oel. He outswam ~ for about the %  ii the The thud, fourth ami I it n m the -.. I CulU";r Si onI Ml 10 ttta C0..1 tor Snai li a matter of MCOI %  %  1 miit u mg when well H[i in tin 1 irea. towed up -i %  1 %  ,. % %  Kored "" 1 when %  Manning ot College passed •II 10 r.o loi v.' o 1 playmg back and who tool pletely Snap%  I followed Up by scor%  They wenboth powerful shot*. im i close up Kasell came Into Kl then took %  powerful ^Vitnlilt?al4Mi shot which the College goalie pushed over the nets. A corner 1 I received %  time. The store was before the game ended Bannister featured in another forward movi t WIMBLEDON. July 5. lb goal for Snappers. He n llu allj(lU r ,„,.,,, „, lh ,. M ,.„v too* a shot from sboot foul Doubles, fel Bturgeas, South Af>Br tL'">' v V," ( ,ll, ,:t * u >"%  an,] Jartwlav Drobny. Eaypt Pla Mai J i l''M OH H. -1 \s\ 11 unsa *r ( MM II -M* !* %  I FllMMH %  .sis lA J.-*i>nt ll. 1 It u .. KM M NNV QAMI M I IV I I Pail IT II II 71 • 1. 'i H A Mill AIirlaaa D i< LtMi Pail—SM .1. CROSS now %  *. HOOK MAMV. IA Juaeph' \TTLS SONG. •Quaaim. Ml MAMA % %  I it.hmetV Tlmr tail I'an IM. . II %  rrcaM. ITU %  IN-I "Mm M\MIH M' Him I and "t. 1. Milxi-i Hi Tlli:M>tatAT10S (M in usiitn. .IJ. ( IMI..I' III IISI'AH LONDON, J 1 Excellent bowling '• Alec BodMr on a wiekel which bad 1 1 following a ihunder-lorm 24 I 1 nt England in a strong dav play in the Thli %  able to make ihe ban lift -harpiv. None wn.an batsmen %  1 lie liioroughl, HI erved the fi.i '.B %  iiiiiiii-. ror Ml decide wtwlhef I %  ' %  %  ding "when in dmibt. \-aV' he • nt in it i*n and Watte to "i-" Ihe ini.iHO When th> i>oth back Inside threi ouarti 0*1 foi 0 %  be nt to regret hi I 1 %  and Walte having "waives? 1 patiently for 45 MM well held b] Ikin in theleg Van Ryneveld, atesnoted rront even to nsssruM. Ihriae, fought desperately to Men 1 l He rid had oca KMISI % %  led %  1. wai the host Ibrm of defence, added 53 in the KJ minutes, bm .ln.itly befors luneli % %  out and the beck 'f the South Afriean batting had %  1 oken. Keen rMcUng enabled England 10 follow up their advantage und althouff>i they lost Ikin before tha % %  should be ai %  < 1 %  • ifortable lend tomorr*. -..ulh W.I.. I.I l„ lt | h| b llrt.rr I H a %  .. fiidm 1 .1 faSHnall % %  un iIkin 1. nran b Laker AMR H-.w.n b nuiham N r Man., b IVdwi O W Chubb not n C N ISaCarthl ikin I. Brdaci Summcrha\rs Tournament Tomorrow 1 nt: Annual Tourna %  ,. BeOevUse, start* on 7th July at 4 p.m. A new (eati nament will t* thi Imohle* Champion-hip for whin t* 11., 1 %  %  :. % %  %  s, vi n pairs nil %  Vii, II n. A v. • w 1: D w ITii nd J S. n : %  Dr. A. s l>uke K u nlklnann and V C Olth C i: K Warnei and 1, G Hutcblnhon. J. C Barker and L. A HarThe (.*u.,, IM, s.nurda a* follows — Dr. A S Cato -ml I VS. C. R y. Warnei ind I. '1 llutchinsor.. E It. Atkln on end V C Dltnd 1. A 1 %  The S.n ted daring thfa loiirii:ni.ent Hie i up for Which i~ • held i" i-i last yea WHAT'S ON TO-DAY Pibaeass Ulce Baassgei a.se a.m. Court of (irang Sevion* lO.oe .1 m l -ml of Appeal I" on 4 ni %  tsssM t oiim is.be a.m. Bftsash l)i> al (Olerldie Mobile (mem. gtSSa ha g| Sehool ?3t p.m. Krdland Plantation Vard. Wk OsSgSBS 7.3S |. ... CINEMAS l.lal* %  -! WMaiai 1 ,,.... i m 1 mo. How to get rid of STOMACH PAINS The Weather I I llu. he Uses : 5.44 a.m. -un Sets : 6 J5 p. m • %  < I 'I .M Hi. II IT JUI, t l.i-htiiiB : 7.SS pan. II .h Water I 4.19 *.m (• SS p m. le*terday lUini d| iffKlrlnctt.il) n ||, letal fur month to >r-rterila v : I 06 in*. Temperature (Max.) 85.5*F Trmprralure (Mill.) 74.5*1 Wind In.., lion <9 .im SI! II p.m.) I \ I \\ nd Veluelt* 10 mile, per hour BeiSSSSlft 19 a.m.! H%  II in i ra.'t-rtt / spoonful gives you ess' and more 4s s rg y and fitness! Moi itomjrh pimi sia due io dn|trou. SHCSW *od Th quichm "it io fi nd of thu taceu and it to out'*l.j' ii by uklnj a dote of BISMAC (ion (or Bituntod MagoeWa) TMl -onderfu) remedy w.ll b-.-i yOM JMtem rWMf. Get BlSMAG lOdlr nd alwifi be lure of eiling in comfort. YOU • f .*. r \|ro^t^. o. hepier gteat VSU I rift iwpst] ol .iumii.1 A aid 0 4* Thtwv,t;ir,ni are Niiurt'i wonCerworkeri, iiv r,"j he.lt^ and freedom from iltneii • Men. women, children a 1 Bfed tddacssffsy-Msssi KEPLER' COD IIVER Oil WITH MAIT ( XIB( 1 A BURR O UG HS Wf LLCOWE g CO PHOOUC7 '5J t Aeemif*. acioa*. N Portlllo 1 %  ter four. two, M Jordan tw i aid .TIC were %  %  from the si i WhipporayH and ighou B, 8—6, —3, 5—7. %  %  f the 14 Mcrvyn Rose and Mrs. Nnney II. Portlllo Bolton. Australia entered the semi and llxcd llouhlr. rO-OAl'S NEWS HASH h a DO .t-.llars fur 2 only, thraugh our B'do* Tutf i B ase %  ysatseassi i of Year Book of West Indies 812 00 .ind Mouse Traps, at JOHNSON'S STATIONERY ii mi HARDWARE. UAH I ll\ I I \l IS II Mill nr inn II MM IIIIIIII-; \i THAXIS IT Wm II.. SI IIUI 3166 m km o good MlMdM oj B.IHIlH Milrnal. u l\lil\ TlTHlill'-priMlf WAUMAII 1 thlek, 4* x 8'. 9*. 10/. 12*. lrMilr-pnif STANDARD HARDBOARD '-" ihiek. 4' x 6* 8', 10* thick, 4' x 8-. leriuile-proof TBBWB IIAKDBOAIil) riTIII I'lM .UIOHiUS mi JOISTS & PLANKS HTAMID BETAI SHEETS (IKillAliE BOLTS & NITS Phone 4456, 4267. Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. :::::::::::v,:: 5KK4 Mi '.. Pilgrim nnrt C. H Manning l^.,i Mi., 1. Branch urnl W. Kim. — 2 mid 6—3. Wurmr nnd W. A. (in lil,,\v l-'.il Mi.s II. Austin and .1 II c Kilnliill 6—2 and 6—.. Mr. and Mr*. R. Itan.ii.fi I-.,t Mis. (I..,., %  I r r .:, i; : rternoon'g nxrurt an-:— al ,d 6—1 it.; MrrTO-DAVS FIXTIIRCS I SPORTS N\ ENDOW I \IM allern. Ml Mixed Double. Wr-Ki sad in t r. \ Mi UfJ Mrs. C. B. Kui Easnett, Men\ iimiMi -. G. 11. Manning and F Barnes va. V Hutstm and Watson 'Mi. '. KHTON %  %  BASKET BALL ni\ i-uiN DMl I > 1 M I' • STRIKE CALLED OFF iFrom Our Own CorreapondrnH ST KITTS. July 5. A saUsfaetory wttlenTSrrt sm reached today and Ihe proposed V aU tiriinl strike was called ,.n LONDON. July 5. Results of Ennl'si, II cricket matches played Wednei daj folio* : M.C.C. 262. Oxford University 78 for one Cambridge University 33S for seven declared. Army 124 for three. Ire %  *• %  Hld d laaaa match pustponed. b as IR9, Sussex 123 for three Somerset 113, Warwickshire IHB for four Yorkshire 2BG. H;iinp:;l.lie I for none. Worcestershire 119. shire HI for five Surrey 187. Northan no for three Glamorgan SGI fOf >even. Kent to bal -O) Britons To (e I Mort' Meal LONDON. Julv ft Food Minister Mann.. Wi said on Thursday that Britain meat ration will be at least doubled soon He told the Commons that the i i < %  arould be Incraaaad first within two or three aveaks wtth ,i second In| 'he end of August, ll. said that the third increase Inlet on will "double in atse" the present ration Each Brftini now gets two %  mail lamb chops or a tiny slice of beel eaeh week The ration allows ;m individual to purchase ten pennies worth of meat weeklv with tin amount varying slightly accord in it to Ihe type of meat selected. Webb said the Trade Am.. rnent with Argentine will pcrrr.il an increase In the meat ration long a political issue In Britain. Argentina will send Britain 20U, ooo tons of meat this rear Essfort the Commons was a petition daned by 138.314 British housewives and others who demanded Ihe abolition of (he present meat bulk purchares system in order to per mi. an increase in, supplies —r.p. I tic N M IX. Ii I vc,\ Time T^£ WFE IS, OH, SO SWfttTWETC rVHlVN HER EGG-iEAD -lOTHER .\ORKS A &T LAT£ >1T THE 0=-rfCE %  VC-J POOR TMlNcj!! TORKirJG If 1 ":.^?TIVE ACiAiM? WHAT OU A fJCC, HOT SUPPER — .-—^ By Junmv Hatlo •BJT WHEN Mueey COVES HOVE WITH THE SAME VALIQ EXCJ5E, LTEJ TO WOW SHE FRCWS < WMfiN Y5U PHONED, I HAO THE DINNER PIWCTICALLY RCAoy ro seR^c 1 #--:eRe WERE iVX), REALLY? PLAVV \H6 CARDS WITH THOSE -",-OOOD PALS 0* TOURS' CM -in nntiteflii help in lualing f 'ounds heal of their own ; .vord when tltcy arc kept free from the gCATmi that cat) 6 si piic UlfeOtlOfl. To keep wounds in the healthy io; e ition for healing, surgeons have for yearn relied upon Octtol*. This ruthless des•royer of genrn i^ non-pc"so:ioua, gentle and safe on human tissues. While it ': infects the wound, IK'ttol' leaves the living daiuca i i;!amagcd to continue the natural processes of sale am. upid repair. 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FRIDW. .11 I ^ I ISU BARBADOS \l>\i ill i\.i TiiKll: PLA YMG FIELD E!SQUIR > i i %  g* ftnm pjcr 1 Thf (MnmiKsionr.. you discoxer thai MOM | hut was Mr. Taelef; > >m* load WM put on top of MM ataried to dWMl the stuff he (hen found out that part i>f .. o mtog Thr (omnUHiuDT; Ulul ilt.l he rrport t.. <> u 4 r.iis-inr' Mr. Tudor: UP s-nd thai par! •I the door and wmf raflera WCTP luiwr:. The Commhisloner: Did rw wll you how nun) reel .>. lumber were mbu>liu? Mr. Tudor: He did m.l He aald Ihat the approximate value wai HO to 90 collar*. The Commi-sloii.. \\ ..in* portion ! thr Bgfgdatf. hul BBaBBM Mr. Tudor: No Worrell lold me that no par! of lhi% nan mi\lM. The C'wmmKaiiiiier: \\A* H tHis>tli|.Hi.i part nl lluini-sl.ic portion of one oi ll* Inniff that |M>rtin. eaaM have been ktolrn Irom the i; < Mr. Tudor: I had uatrhmeii employed day and algM bail N cvuld have happened. Nmlii r We of them ever made any report to me. II hu Mr. Worrell hlmaeir uho made the report to as* o( the mi**ln( portion. The (onunltaioner: I*. >ou HI II ww possible? Mr. Tudor: Thai dlstrtrt In a very peculiar dlitrtct The Commlvtluner: W.i it p***iblf for HBM portion oi the hut to be stolen from the Reel If the uatchman wnol iluiin: lu work properl>? Mr. Tudor: It would be BaBaible but I doubt il %  .. Ihf** men were very keen on their job. The (ommKiloner: There H 4 no cheek made at all quanlilv Oi thf fiat. | for, In .n ,ii sei.'.'.\:i RMCT Mr. Tudor: Na The Comml'Moi. • not think H Qtewnry I get the servu. ul your iluildtng Supervisor? Mr. TUdor: X thought n w M outside the tcopc of tit work fa and— The Commlftftlaner: Not even when Worrell report* that something: .. you not think II ivaasanWy to net the SuporvbwC to check up and see wheiiier Worrall was right or wrong 0 Mr. Tudor: I do not think ho would have known .Sure Of Hul The ( umminsitiner: S Inn .. to. thi Mr Tudor: Only Worrell knew how he had cut it up. The Commissioner: II. %  .... tionecr at some tune advertised the sale or 13 huts. A, only 12 were sold. Mr. Tudor: I i innot loll JTOU how many were advertl Bold nor can 1 tell you how many were sold. The Commi"loner; l>> you remember UM1 at %  ma*tln| of tin' Vestry in Septan Ml 130 I Stated that "the Vestry %  to decide whether than war* three or four huts pun Mr. Tudor 00 one the investigation %  huts ware purchased another occasion he there wen.inly thrrc"' : Mr. Tudor: Thai this way. I was called upon suddenly to account for these huts somewhere around Bent bought a hut in June 1949. and this meeting took place bar afn-i ••(i ri % %  car. The f ommlnioner : Did you not remember how many Dill bought? Mr. Tador: I had some vague ught four la < i.mmUoloiier : I), %  ha* you bought? %  i-i.i i before. purchase the huts and I did BO. I had no written I told the Vi Bind four huts I bad Mild two to Mrs. Martineau. %  ..v wt-re mine. > aer : If %  Mi -m.i.: Mr. Tudor. CeP Tkr CwimettoMr \ IMI %  budding bj Mr Tudor: Before I bought It. Mi J. T. C Ran %  AIM nB0J (iener.l I %  %  Mr. Baaaau my rtrst -dory. 1 next ,,, ftlaeanei Oaaarmli H pointed to this | Mr. BaniMN i rn£ svhai has been said tn.t M C huri 1 want la nth m a 0 far., tht AKomer tirneral What wenMr K. aaeoy: I was anything speciftr. I had to do Mai I Houghl .7 Huts The C onunitalener : !: would %  om what has been said that rniht live huts. Two were disposed at the date of the sale to Uneau, one wan sold to and two vou riept. Mr. Tudor: That w'"Hd be in, A I*, (t ,.. what the Churehu -ent moment we must errive ot the I ' i > a portion Altortwr r.eaeral been loat Mi ludor: v.Inia or car \ lieneral : ! %  Mottky Ul( | j„ p ,( | Mr. Kam*a>: 1 dM nol think k ie VV*lr\ knewjyiything Iharc t* the purchase of tne huts, Leooock ihnt I rSM i Q Did they evenAUorraey General: When Mr molly know thai you had purTudor became Chun rhaaad them ? you aataad by him to niperviaa the Mr. Tudor: I told them at a work? oi September. I had nought the huts in June Alurney General: Was Mr %  at that meeting? Mr. Raaua>: Whet Mr. Tudor : Yes. went out of office b< Attorney Gcacral : Was Mr. Ing partly finish'I bead preeent also? house with the itipu Mr. Tador : I cannot remember utter tttfOO or rdl month) the names. tractor would M \tinrnev General I At that his money. Mr. TUuV meeting did either one of the on me about that. I know then or subsequently, kjy aak ran why and by whose i,^,, done authority yon had purchased the stances to how I an have been done. Mr. ludor: No. Attorney General: un.mey General I It was ace .'er Baked bv Hie Chun erptcil then that you had purchasiu ^ ^nvthing In coniiei U i traction of th> ihg p Ahee Playing Field '* Mr R amM >: Yea From llu Cea ui^^awer vh Kar —a i aai %  i't. Uaaahj u aa araetuai %  not wo:': Ur. D C. %  . %  f %  :... .-lerk if M aug The i'MBaa*lMirr i Attorno Qeaeralt Wara >e* r Ihte nindent 'o l The tllm^ii-.HM^r N Mi iui -' %  hook of work i i tUi hav%  Mr. Ranuay: V, The 1 emmU-loner :i that book with Mr auunaari sai I he ( ommlaalsner v irdan %  I Mr. Ranw.4% \ i tie Caaaaaandjaarar 1 i f or / tifinisht'il Job Mr Karr ok up t Un.finishvtl Mr. Tudor : Y< Original Scheme time Mr. Tudor OBjne I got a notebook and m of ark N ha eakat • day to day. i bava %  bor, 19. i til I had seen 'ward.-u. \\ til I hud atari upon \ti-.i ! % %  % General : I believe that the original scheme was for a building 40 ft. x 20 ft. and that I to gel a hul from the Mental Hospital. Was lhat so? Mr. Tudor: 1 know ""*"?' n K ;t thai hut. That coma into work u ,. nan I had aimosa i the work .iltoraey (ieneral : Were you tvei j'ked by mhei m had changed >our onginii'ine? Mr. Tudor: No one said anyme about it. Attorney General : Were you B i at a Vestry meeting whether you had submitted any %  ajaseaaj General: 1 want to pu: this to \ou. You did not think 11 I %  I • %  %  %  Mi Buunsai %  i methlai t the Almshouse. avai ealled in to nrtaa. It wai also | i gad that part of a I Urn) iiusMiig. and had gone lo Wtkhe. The t'-mmUMoner: Wen DMM Alloraei Oaatanll DM yOU eve. **umoura with rrgarrl to the dls> -...ik durlngt ""i p of Mi Tudoi Mr. hllliri Whan It ,< I Mr RIBMI: Y.s Huts which small Job Mr Tudor naM ma were bought by the Vc*n | rjb it was g flaying Field. %  i at The lomniluloner: Wan % %  urn that Uiose hull. %  II at the dlTartad I %  plaon othei tha BJ pj m Ptoldf Mr. Kaiuoa> 1 I AM Wo ins anrh The CommiaBloner: Whj did but Mr Wi.neii thai eauae you t" maka nota I 1 tell Mr. about Mr. Tudor? Mr. Ruiat: That and othei thnip I at on ". erorh arhiofa waa nol rh na pi %  rtj al Quaan'i Park and Worrell told him that II .., Tu'io, wanted ll "' "" |k io not nltarad ha would have to do II him**>if I novae hoard w id can %  lotarvti wi with Worn II thut he had Mi I i Le t %  gaaahaaaaan What do rov mean by that? The (fftnauMwner: R %  Mr. Kamaa>. 1 knew nothinj bat 1 n i rsay. The AUramey I "-I I Mr. Kajw nn %  i paaaad through Welches and a workman peinti %  Ul there ao*"fait Q| th.but :hal waa It was a houM lide was taken out ;eing rapl rhe Altornet (.< BM >i %  Mr Kam-i. rne \iiornet Qeaatal know th<%  bouai Mr R*muv No Mi MraaaaU 1 M eonnai • ion will \ Pfavuu I Mr. Han—ay: No I wa mg thai m connactlon with m %  not giving H • On psae .% lXm't worry't.tw'smilk.sn be prepared so that the youngest baby can digeii it without trmihle. The addition of Robinson's %  tuaMaf Barley prevents the milk formmc large clots in baby siomachs. making I easy tot ihc delicate di-tivc organ. B do their work thoroughly whiM getting them ready to digest heavier loads later in life That's why waN nurses and mothers always use Robinson's THE LATEST CREATIONS Patent' Barley ROBIHSON'S INTBARLEY Did \<>l Fit I" Mr. ludor : I *-a* not asked by dona by Worrall in i k) i would see plans and i 'i blu never asked for iUCh B th ing |0 the way Mt T conducting the parlal %  thai % %  %  whal hi happening b lake plaee and I guard) "I have also in my notebook traaraai General: Mr. veil. Mr. R innyi lhat Mi. Tlld with me. Mr. Watoetl i gal on with yoat Mi I uaaai I %  Of tluii, %  Mr. ileatti Did hi %  iroul Mr. Ranway: I do not he did. but be would hai ; i g| %  %  Mr. W.I.LM. H Id vou get on :J Mr. K.iiui, It Beamed i burehwaidan Ing Worrell. Won Mi the tall wo* waCatM v "' dog and l was afraid W II The i"im 1 b> that that the money was bnjnnperiv apanl Mr Rimui: Yes. The CommlxilMer 1 H %  d way* Mr Ramsay: In my upenini refnarlrj I said lhat if Oovi dl 1000] wai being kpenl in COO' Uon p "i the PI | ng Kielii. : ..-.ember of thf Vestry or nf Monday 10th vlmtexl Ing Fields' Committee office 10.30. Ban Attorney General: 1 think you waited until 1S.1I He m said yesterday that you did not I hud seen Worrell. I told him I that work fell strirllv had not yet neen Worrell Within Mr. Ramsay's jurisdiction he had not seen hun \liat n because it was not a Vestry mntHe told me to go nnd he would Mr In 104B. however, the VBBlet Worrell COnUUrt ma , v,i ',!• amended so as to o'clock. I did not see Worrall provide that vestries might eslanTuesda. 11th, t Intaln and manage pla>U n. etc. Did you not think neither did I l that Ihc work you wensketch or specification for Use %  the playing field was a v.,,. .,. %  %  .. rancaralng the Vestry and n fnYe 11.09. waited until Mr Itamsay ? Atlernrt General: MTudor: As I Bald yattertajr ,,,,,0* mi ,ri,. „, X h< %  Mr Ram>ay and I do not get on. Mr. **,**„: y M I, -i„ otnci Mtnrnev General: Well than -| g D on. II 'wardens 0fhoV< I tokl blfl I d Mr. Waleotl: T do not know if „„, „, WonaU al My Uanied Friend ,s making a u,,, RcW Hc Mid hilI see him That is the last I have %  BtdUing Inspector Atanmay General 1 All 1 would 1 s stage Is thai Ml Tudor did not have any differhe would have called him in at some stage of the work and ask him if the Mr %  me. Ml \\ ileaM H %  Mr naaaaay: 1 nt whether he 1 tal watching to have mj work donp I Terms [luiik that there was iiolng to b 1 %  1 Mvanynan' like to see every "leratrhey" (1 : me Pfan Of Work %  jg OaasaaBBBaiagan t>o m tiiiuk uwiu khotild u a l>lai OTora anv work waa done al thi Reef? far BACKGROUND T O It E A V T Y mv bonk about Ml VI Mr. Worrell after brougl of paper to me aboul igunre Of thereabout Unsatisfactory At lor tie* General: Ve Mr. Worrell produ-. d : the \1ia.11e, Gaaawali Hatft %  ... %  itrneni Sir Kainaav: 1 %  1 I sh.1.1 iiten. The GummlBoionrr: Do ymi ie%  • % %  Mr. aaaaaayj 1 do nol think ',".',„ "H ,, lent to do with hui, lo ri conneeUon with these hut: Opinion. Thr (mmliiier The i Diiiiu-~i.ni. r Mow Long know j Mr K-ma: 1 Mr. RJIUIM). v. The t'MimlwHmer: %  i Mr. Kanuay: No 1 did nol meui %  i on % %  akatch. The t ommlasioner: I'Id y to i thi Mi Raanauj wall in MI. oapacUy as a memoes r>id v If OI Me Mr. Raasasu/i Be i kfi 1^ C i'i. %  I | --ell TRIUMPH OVER 1 had a ehal with Mi i h e t.i,i ma thai the prices WIT. hot and i did not any. LADIES HATS Tinl-in.".! in vi'KAU MAIDS TillLllMl ill Sl\lr~ for (RAM The JV, wutlful you X^ SKiN BEAUTY FOR you With DREAM The %S / f I \ Soap of the He.iutiful you \\ I L \ •repaired Of new Sk... ^\J / / NX Heauly. >—<*s** \\ li*tr:\M Is prodwed from i— ><\ a tropical formula, tested m ^^g* .... Mated ...iropics and proved raattva In restoring skin a naW lovr li %  Try 'ids remiii'kubie Beauty B< a nd be Band %  ( .< skin lhat is Baft, blaouabfire and lieaiititul. ? THE MODERN I j DRESS SHWPI 5 ; ; I BROAD ST ;. DTJSSEAL priming i MKDtlll m *• p.iiiiia '>! .." '"" '"• "• application rnsurc lhal th. paint *ici "C*' and iluu r,v'.' I> %  '• %  • %  •I •nil og the dominivc alkali, anil nuittun jluay. prcnt in mm turiaces. and at the name ti'.ir ptuviJct I uniform, non poron. liaM for the paint coat, to follow, It llu:* prewntl peding ind .1. tion. ptrmii' tpnd] palntinji md aaaurr. that th paint coat tivea Ihc maximum acnicc. ALL OVKK I f m: \VOKI i) #w medtcnr whtch 10U miieititftti wl.tth md Qu """*— nh iraafghrtk ft.'*' luUniaaMaMl Neurilg-.s' Pertfxlit BaWal Tuen • ANACIN will bnn| /ou immediate relialt CAST OFF PAIH-M0W! it con. so little to shire In the benefits of thi* greit new medlone. •ANACIN' is svsinble In 3-tiblet en.elope,. hsndr 30-tblet bo.es, nd in bottles ol SO tsbtet* (for ho I ARM YOURSELF ACtWST P*IH BET AHACIH TODAY! Good morniags lnjiin with Gillette It's Ihc li. -.i (if Ihc lol To shatc like a Scot \\ ilh a Blue Gillette BladeSharpest edge eer made. Scoumcn. Iil>ihtewd btdgM .ill oict llw earth, know there ii no more nimfori.iblc or i. niti.mi.al riiava UlUI MM i BtaOfflttta Made li I xhaipc^l t d a w ind loi of lay blade on nude. Blue Gillette Blades "that's why the family loves it A K" ,i. -.. % %  . Dal Baa %  %  oat %  KM and l-U> I,. U.%* MM k MlMltlK l.lit PRICES: BJJI p, r m I0e. per lln OAK Full Crtaaa M1B Powder i 01 DDI •.... LlMillK RIDE A "HOPPER" BICYCLE Th,It til II lints fWVBBI #.//While Park Road.



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PACE TWO fahib QaUinq B.B.C. Radio Programme JANETTA DRESS SHOP 1 ADY STOW i Grenada to-dav : is.ui who la A. Una Atin of thai colony Sinit returning to Bairhat.ua un July 14th By OU Tanker fV>l!RTF.F.N-sTAR-OI.D JOS1 EPH BRYAN .f Graenahoro. North Carolina has been •pending a week of his summer holiday* with his aunt Mrs. C. P. Stout* of KenMiiiflim New Road. Joseph attends Cheat* School %  n Connecticut. He left the V S with his room-mate D.ivid Moore on an oil tanker |Uft over a m.mlh Up They joined the ship in Philadelphia and *M off at Wneruelu where I %  <• %  u.rlc. with the St. Clftlr Oil Company The ship thev travelled <>n is a St. Clair oil leaker. After spending teiree week* in Venezuela with David, Joseph flew over to Barbados on June 30lh to see hi* aunt. Hf leaves this morning by R W i.A f Puerto Rleo OH hu return journey to the U.S. U.K. bound P ASSENGERS leaving to-day for England by the Uolftlo are Mr. and Mrs. s J. Bolhui*. and family, Mr. and Mrr. J. K. Hi .nckcr and family. Miss F. R. Ci. Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. s. C ( unell. Mr. and Mrs B N Conduit, Mr and Mrs T <> Dowdlni. Miss F Dowdlng, Capt Davey. Miss J 1. Duff. M. II Mrs. J. II. Glendinnina Mr ant Mrs. C D Holy Hut. hinson. Mi. and Mrs. J W MeKinetrv, Mrs. F C, M A D Maclr.tyre. Rev E. Parkinson, Mrs. F. Stiium-r, Miss Ann Turner. Mi H Woodhouse and Miss R Walker. Back to Trinidad M R. "SONNY" BOLANIV Civil C mtroller attached to the Director of Civil Aviation In Trinidad returned to T yesterday afternoon after nBnding three months in Barbados. H. was statlonad at Soawcll Airport during l.t. j m pnrrfr .stay in Trinidad. Mr. Parru wak on a training course in Aerodrome Traffic Control. Talking Point I.'fr U'ifhouf tnduMtTy is uioiindunrv u-ithoul on is bmtalnu.—Ruskin. Caribbean Football Aaaociation I.II..I ,, ,., IS a m Pro-framm* Uth' M N c I p.m I tiona Architects in England and Sc .it /. Intern of Navnl ~ oendr. Hayward i irru nsaarl IBSB* il>u President of the wnnhtsoon. i pm Op*-> C*MI % % % % % %  *' %  -•• %  ? rt -— lKj |f 'JUMI LtlmuM mouth a o.'v Vow Same Plane M R. LIONKI. OtTTI Si. Lu %  i \ on a week's visit. Leaving lha same plane but gmiitf an to Martinique are M-'s Utisn li her sister Maria-Jove who hava •wen spending a short t. Barbados lot tinpunxnuoi learning EnglKh. lite Vice-President of the I A A A. Uist Sat n. was at En field. North I .ontint to sea—i watch CUeen Kma. the %  >ung —--%  print champion from his colony psJ-JS running her flrM iae in Bi.tmn WffM On *ila return to Trlnldart U. Thssa fnmdr. Hay ward will leave %  ' < almost immediately for a confer,"*", 1 .nbbean Football A rtatMoi which Ito ho held in %..— Petto Hi.o during the last • 'i "September At this eossftrei it is hoped to form a Cat %  K-.othall Association for th< pro%  >r International M.lchc in the area. "We arc hopeful that it will lead the way to a llri:,.i West Indies Athletic Federation perhapa even in time for HelDanca Muw. i; pas Pi"gn">mr i llpm TiawssUa J, • 41 r* Fiwi'isv Para** M — m>. MUM i era, %  %  Toa. gaast, I MI 1 %  1" ...1.. Diary % %  %  p ., pi i s Ret Haiailna. B U %  ip tat r! Affair-. 10 • p .-.. w pa 10 IS | Ttia IWbai' Off to Jamaica i smmandei Hai M R MH'HAKL DHARPI Cable and Wirclen En l N Buiineii Deal England purrhaae i-niirenlratad factory which It Is prnpia..-d Lngi u irrtved from Truuaad rfaterday bo B.W.I A %  nornnUj for Jamaica in C mXMl lum with the company's instnll.i negntiatilha Uoo ol V in' eqripmeot, I wiinlni j tor St. Kitti, Antigua and orange juiri* t Jamaica Leaves Today it in British Honduras I Mr \\riNO-COMMANDER U s'urp of Jamaica. Dunn; VV F.COI.ESFIFXD, Dl M M he nexl c-jple of weeks he will General of i ml Av.v ri-BTiii-iip uMiirai.iL od "" u H various British Bjanufar. Caribbean area will tw to Anii(.ERTHLDE WILLIAMS „,„., llU „„ t l>r0 ers whin, #111 gug t,,-,!.,, ind then visit m 27lh total U-twe-n fM.OOO ami iSO.WMt. KilU returning lo llarbadoa leaver If n Social to sponsored In [> pel tment Cohog.. Britssn Council. Last night e llr-n.s : i il June 27th |ol er in the Fx': %  %  Trinidad and Tobago M R. an -. ,y i -,vare leaving loIn short holidi panrinj them ai July Knd. After Two Month* M M Ud MRS. JAMES VAIJA. DA!;i lilldrea M V.tll.-ini ml i %  %  .(, on Wrdn. %  V | A. after pendinK two monlht' houdas The nil July 8th. Finda) later h. %  %  '> l iria roiling up will >>> maying with tlioir son vi>w H slpovcs — Cnnadlnn neu ind ins wife In South Trim'""P*" I?* 1 I'iiiH this *|ien.i Hi. due to IM afterBoon away about BY THE WAY ... % /;.-,.• /„•„„,/„., %  TNIE British Medical Association was Informed In a lacture the other day that eyebrows were given to ladles to divert drops of ocrsplration from the eyes, and that to tear them out is like "tearing down the guttering from a roof and allowing the rain-water to cascade over the windows." That would be a good opening for a shv young man sitting next to a giri Mr might go on "And to • ut fOUl hair short is likr touring the thatch off an old cottage. Furthermore. the stain on FOUl li|is like the blood from raw meat smeared over the doot of ; pottiiig->tied." That ought to break the Lea CROSSWORD 13 I IS 4/r. (ilupirim a*k* {turnfinn \ "C?'T down Mi ,, vJ Detmold. %  I of the Animal Division. 'Now what is u %  < %  .. oi your rerretrj |fo do you meanf %  i MHaang o...i.v occu] .mts. or %  wnall group-innately'" "They aren't housed, if that's what yeu mean, but thev can K't in) i .1 group ill right 1 di.ni %  why not.** Rut how rlj UsaJ Uvel What do how.' Thev Just live like any othei ferrets." "Does nobody look after IhJWI "My cousin helps." "What is l.i name'" "Snadwall "It cant besurely." "I don't sec why not. 1-eonord Snadwall." "Bo be teed them No, he doesn't. They're not bable Thi feed themselvek." "What on 1 %  si.,ti..T, trull We live near the Ptalion, and you can take in in a sack lo the. buffi' "And one o( the hi! teeth on 11 bun That's it" : 'HI bach to M W/i ivan U? I F yeu want u. regal how .. t JuLrwonaan**, i 1 >i hi r "bi ai < % %  dangling dou 1 h-1 un :>. avadeo thi %  by joining in ,1 nwtor-rall) on id' Riviera, begin lomorrow the ai tonlthlni ... ifdotl HfaateT Spy. The to the undeiKioiii.il i>v-rings Ol ipUal M the Sail.ir.i. up mui (lim-n the Amazon, and Into the batk parlour of a grocer's shop In Dlllerlcay Read liiiw the mail Debris Dunned lha waten of the Oujn' a bout before Sidney dragguu] hlmaali In 1 tclirlum across the Korchlni I bed the brink. Who war Fbgwartt? Wai the eharwoman Colonel Campilio or hi^ isoubafll Rumour 1 HKAB—and what 1 d ai baai not rorth Ideting for a moeneat bj anybody with an ounce of dignity or *elf-rcpect— in 11 that a disgruntled Com%  i.iiiu-t (and you can 0OUHl tin grunOad ones nowadaj on the 001 f'^it >— PntdnOM Hyphens, brackets. trentheses-what writing' I'I.I. do not report rot PAN Club 1 baai thai %  dugi 1111 ranta to start a Waj Con1 %  h body knows that the WOI hi bjidu %  1 M to think ih.it peaea we %  \hrii\s MM A DAKK patch an in. rted 1 • a snaai "f Rail I would *tupi 1. ennout pain. Wnal is the nienr buvir >'in a tain DroOUOM P nag .MUno 1 H,,. .,... aa> ft Pus I' Mali ,'JIB il I tf|M %  % % %  !.>i a i.'i rial Rupert and Simon—25 EEss^H mng Sanon. who n wotkiiig Msaddy. Bopn rt. off (o whit h< ihmki is tn ihoncn iy to ihr villags. H* ihr way ( he ihinki. "1 dan'i *tn 10 know thue ilopfi jt ill." Ihrr. h easM %  ihc dead rvjt ot lh old Frotcuoi. and ht rum acton 10 trll him hu ht hi* found. Th* il*i'i looki quitr enitrd. I wuh %  •u'd '."Of 'TXI ho* ihn io my iniurr hrtorr yon go to CoaiUbU* Cnw M." hi nyi "Ii" tun th* I .1 Small SvltTlhn$ oi" . i Exclusive Model Day-Frocks I by I 'Dorville' of West-End Fame | also I A few Black and Silver Brocade EVENING BUlNMsACN at prices from $14.35 WHITFIELDS lYOUR SHOE STORE 15. BROAD ST BUTTERICK PATTERN SERVICE B.Dr LIMA & I'll. OPPOSITE GODDARDS STARTING TO-DAY 2.30 & 8.30 and continuing daily ai 4.45 and 8.30 WATCm ii it Yoi-nic n.osi: "THE BREAKING POINT" l § l A/. \-ltl(ltM.I IOW \ GARFIIID NEAI SPECIAL HAT. KVMMIOW at 9.30 am. OOOOOOOOOOOOCO I Charlie | GAPLIN Bafl O In One o( the Funniest 5 ComedleiolAIITlme! § cny LIGHTS" § O O O MSM thiectfd W fiotfutnl o Q byCBRlESCAMN Q Q Rsnl lr. Umttd MM 0 oooooooooooooo -i .n t Mini. trl'lii H1S0 in S. £ S. ROM \L. attained and cafeful Maturing A Wholfuimr JIHI Rrtrr-Khlng Drinks at anv lime STUART & SAMPSON (1938) LTD. Hr*dQuarlfr. for rl num. SAVE THE SURFACE AND SAVE • $ $ IF* ut,lull, S toek t d 1W//1 . HIGH CLASS PRODUCTS TAINTS — Interior :mil Exterior DISTEMPERS ENAMELS VARNISHES WHITE LEAD & ZINC LINSEED OIL BRUSHES • WT SEND US YOUR ORDERS a THE II \IIHajMBg ( o Ol'l |{ \ I l\ I • OTTOX FACTORY LTD. Hardware Department Tal. No. 2039 B'DOS AGENCIES LIMITED RESFNTS ;! GRAND VARIETY QUIZZ 1 %  very ffedneaday %  t; N S GLOBE THEATRE | On KOPOSaUl WL\ llth H.MIp.m. TogrihT with 5 "ALL MCOI r EVE" Bette DAVIS & Goo SANDF.HS J THF 0117. I l>i' Dm/ u 111 he divided into 2 CI.I. — ID Tin: vi:s on vo tit 1/ (t) STOI'Tlll Ml SIC QIIZ U) Till? TBt I OR I U.-l ill 1/ — And the — THE JACK POT QUESTION This U llif SGI. 1)11 qlirftllon. Contestant* will ho rhoson Imni .Vuilionrr Several Prilo* and .'"".. In Iho POT WATCH THIS SPACE PBOM HI Kl (is A CITROEN CAR makes imitiirini: u r...l [IIMDII GLOBE THEATER -8TAMBMJDS OF 19.71" riiiiisinv. JII.Y rjih n.:m FEATURING v ill >;//•/'/ A'.s • GLOBE Under the Pain-. V C Gait A ORCH BO> 480



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1 liin.w. ji Ll %  1 %  i-,j BAKHWMW \nVOT\TI PAGE FIVE Playing Firld Enquin > . i BM ll , I i -HI ii cnance to have told me :.• Mr MaleuiiV hat the house at Web Mr. Ram*a>: N Mr. jl.€.|i V u well or words | Mr. U... | Mr Waleoll \ whether t I,ill whio. Playing Mr. ftaaaani -iboul il v .... *M) OMMMJ % %  .1,1 %  Mr. Maynard; Hi %  %  %  •I %  %  %  I.r rural Ymi %  %  50. Mr Ma} rural; %  %  Ml Maya Mr Ml llfcO %  %  I %  %  Mr. Ml bnprovteed HM lU %  • I: Did you 11 II l Dropped Off Mr. \wlo\ir k*T> Mr Murray: lg| Attoraei Qamral R I Mr. Mmai atteraei i.rn.ui Whin wn Mr Martin Sometime fan 1949 Utonwi 0 wural; u i .. Mr. Murra. Gums Bleed! .....in* MdM> Ml L IMMI >'r l-i.i %  IBM > %  I — '" i (all uel •!*! w) li-...i" Bli.y"i*ini Hi llwet TrouM* *" %  ••*" tP *• %  •> Araoaan ^- %  •"'•, •> Pyorrkee—Trench Meat* For Chat rich M savoury flavour I Mr. M i-ri.' %  Mr Mottle*: v.. \\ a mint Issued Mr. M i. nard r %  Mr. Worrell's uremia high!. Mr Ma ii.-.: Y %  %  Mr. M .' ' %  Mr Motile*: U %  B 1 irt of four Mr. MjMi.nl Ml M.ittley ol • h CaaaaafeMaaar: Did you Hiif buta . %  Mr Maynanl N \iii natj Qaatral; V that the %  %  hoi i | %  11 M i-n.ir.l T.i ma uinrnr* t anarel %  h %  %  Mi Hami i ill hut. %  tleraei Qataerali DM In pi Mr. O-i. u rail .. road r.inglva | %  Mr. Mavnard: A DUmbi %  none to the Mi M lyaard Into I had suspended n eaeh Mr. Worrell: Ye*. i i. Mteraes General Mloraey Oiaaral: Wat Ihe am Mr. MatUej: DO that thi missed you without | proper hearing? Mr. Raraa>. I % %  how thug when tie' truth had been round have .(ii. Mr. Mottle) l Mr. Tudor mad. against >ou at the Vert Mr. Rama>.: V Mr Motllex: 1 VOU? Mr. Ranva> \ Mr Mntllrv: %  . .-. %  i Sheet* Rejected %  Clerk of Works j.huuU' i in kltanwi Oeai >'..u Km v.' Mr Hayaardi I h i h id %  oiil,i lire you' mil Mr. Raaauw lhr AHaraey Qeaeral; riffhl and vet you *et the wrong '" ; i V. %  likeaM'hool boj %  "• you k""" ... rield. Mr. M ivnanl the unchi %  : Clerk Of H urks The in \ Albert Maynard The Allornr) GMMMN you employed by Mi then Chill Works ol a hat I the prtnc Mr MaynaH rhe ABtarao) QeaM I J genamber %  ni D office? Mr. MJMIOII rea lier 17. The rfaaaraOl I % %  Mr Mayaard manifold, I wi %  i Mr. Worrell : YOi each piaci fc tt eraej Qeaeral \ quentl i i again I What Mr Mettle] Mr. Uorrrll : jh it I % % %  of the %  ayaard M 71 Durii it tun v 'i eaej 11 %  ral %  ..... r turned on I Mr, ttnrreii i Yea attaraej Qeaaral 11 ba won] ii HI. Worrell: The %  fa 1J00 ll Ihe rain %  ; DM ,reel them whether they worked %  itterno i O eaerali An ted to M %  Woi roll' Mr Mettle] Mr Worrell: Not lh.it I know The t iimmHiionrr : W< king Ihere when thMr latayaanli v. %  t -ht from SeawaUT •i> w.i.reii. when i wenl there %  p" ' M, M.,I H. ..'" r ,:"":'; ;',„,' %  Mr. Wornt I recalled after M ,. m „ ^ Mr '" "'' Mr. faUyaardl: I Field ^ UW,H ntiw* I'll,I nioiiiissiimer : [Xie the •cttoni wi re Pru i ing Field noa I mads of Whlefa Ml %  ..He-' i Mr. Tudor : Thai baa brought a Mr. M^vnard My [nforn Ihe Allorne> General: l> ild oothtnfl of it Whan Mr. Mi.'.v Can you .. built. rhe I onuMis-i.in.r Then esMr. Mayaard: > %  I saw Mr. toe Governor had made The Ataanae) Oeairal: Wei Mr. Maynard P id.ttkanaaj Qeaeral: Dni Mr. it the ri tying Field Mr Maynard: Yes. iitertal and OBM 11 think Mr. Goddard. rfl in nd doing nther work nu the ftl Clerk Resigned The Allorney Gaaeral! H %  w ith an BATTERY YOU GtT DEPENDABILITY ir. Maynardli % %  I | -, v General: You dl with Mi '• ' B should deduN -ms $1,200. Mr ludor ; i 1. ;ilso reAltoriie* (General : Weie Ihe 1 purehaaed removJuly7 ? Mr. M-.rtiii.-ii Atteraey Qeaaral: Were %  %  trden Minor Changes Mayaard %  Mi' aard: Abso 1 M tttorne) Qeaeral I %  Mr Mayaard 1 %  building Hi I l. It I %  %  The Attornej Qencral: Tlie ; %  Mr. M .yaarl 1 %  The All.o-mi '.nirral: I think the man who I no? Mr. Maynard: No. 'lhr Attorney General: What %  Mr. Maynard %  %  Df the 1 ha \\ %  %  %  %  Cot IS'vtr I r prigkt* ..1 Mi uurd I could not Mrs. Martinrau > %  ,.. % %  il alntei. 1 Atiiiiaev Qeaeral: Did you •and %  e painting of the ". ire ? Mr Hrurr : In J.ionarv. Atlornry CJrnrral : DM -,u put %  tende: • %  Ml deaae 1 cannot remember. down. A tt orney General: What wenMr Mettle : D Mr, Brucr : To put on three bun* pe UearaB] Qeaeral: How ntuch %  %  •Ir Rrn.i %  r.xtru Cost Mr IgatthB] you hear that Atl'.irnry General: Whal llitf Nut Morvti .laan p .. %  % %  uei %  .... 1 -(.I low big was thai hut: .*r Marra) uiorur) Qeaaeali %  •.t Mawra] Dd 0.111 01 the lluor 1 ll .. ittarow] 1 MM (4i w 11. 11 ... 1 e,i ;r. Marrej line. itaw in Gem ral Mr Marrai iMetaia] oeaacali When did Mr Maarrayi \ %  nd I dron iiiurm Qeawwal Wi hat lum he Reef' Mr. Murr.n Atluniev Qeocrall When yOB da wttit BM Mr. Murray; I called for the m < %  : on Aiiurnri Genet u ny of 11 li Murrav \i • %  \lt .no-. (,. 10 .1 rid ho* %  Mr Murray: 1 wai the drlvit t A" trney Qe n atali N n : .. i. %  .. %  Mr Marrayi 8 n 1 of ihe hui [ill thai tttaraei Qeeaarali Hoi muck M n. ving v • Mr. Marra*-. He Have oie IH Mliiin.. Gem 1 .1 Ihe bi hull Mr Man i] thing to d with ii Miorn.. Qeaeral! %  Mr. Murruy: No 1// Brought Down Mr. Wakett ^ %  down -ill toe hut? dr. Murray: Vi Mr. Waleetfe call to Mr Marrayi Mr WaleaM 'be ii''x Mr. Maurray: '. rnr l oninus*iaii< 1 %  \.r Murray: No. .,,iiii from 1 rram %  Walcotl %  i he %  % %  %  %  Make thjt stew rcjllvIJSIV with HIM a little Marmite' Make a M;e Will Anladd Tab. leU. You Ukrthemu'if/ieiif ly OH ll." l-'il.l, r..'.. live , .,i. aee oil' %  •lief of indiK*ition. rUmIcnte, heaitbiini M I %  %  inBa ea.h tablrt •eiuirately ir/Z-ied/ed for handy for pocket o* :iandbf ANTACID TABLETS Nu MhU -d.d lattly cerrted anyaaare Clio FROCKS YOU'LL FANCY 0) tai rloma uia Nara*i ) %  (eeagy •eaeeB* UrmOm Da WITT'S ANTACID .((..n POWDER •nd I ; %  A I —— ., ., [l 1 1 n lit L 'I I IvL %  r M '""" I i %  l 'ff n \ *! The A H e m ei Qeaeral: Did you the %  >.' .__ MtJ uhe PI Mr. Hrurr: The Size Change a tttarnry Grnrral ; Why was it \ir Mayaard); Mr %  race i It 1 \tli.i I*] General Mr Mnllle I YOU %  Ir Hrurr: Ninr hundred dol%  t the Playing rv Attaraej General t Hot Mi Mayaard: v. p nungf *.i Hattley: Did you have anj Mr Braei .nqucst Fixed For July 13 |ni-l ninrleiii I %  i ten In ocian veteeli or in lircnfi farm or factory...mines... railroidi phont radio and m in) %  pplictlii Dt, In millions of l and hi HATTIRII S gii-e daily proof th.ii — \\ bcolt'sAnEXIDE DEFENOABLE BfiTTERIK fOR61 YEARS! bu>idlng ol wood. %  % % % % % % % % % %  /VST U!HIVED B I'l III.XA nu K %  VI AltllVA A GROWENAB Obtuinoblc from H. JASON JONES 8t Co.. Ltd. B I I I I I I H %  %  %  %  Mr ( K. Weleetti w %  %  %  Mr Rmee: The] lO rd to me WAR! ilium is n\ i'iui:i:!i I;I MIIII.IIIIII DO0DSHI TIIAMS . st. n>. 'Super Seeds' Fresh Siock ai WEATIIEKIIHADS Slant Dehlli M %  %  ivi.i (Red), \ -1 en Phlox Coi %  A lei. %  %  AlvsMini. Cosmos, %  i ttun '-.I nil-. %  i ; %  T.Ike ml %  in COTTON and ART SILK • FASHIONRIGHT STYLES including Plaidi. Checks Candy Stripes Floral Stripes and Solid Colours • See them or. duplay al ii 8 llriifr | Wpalhrrliciiil Ltd. H-ad o/ Bioail Slierl HARRISON'S Broad Strest — Dial 2352 j I %  .: %  .: %  .: %  %  %  %  %  %  % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  ,' Iff/ Dm m rU lt\ LOVBLr/t tit i SOMI: ro-itx V YES. YOU IT A iAIN 1.1'XOR CLEM (.LOSS VARNISH 1TY AND FINISH — Also — Mil Idl CAN! — 1. 2 A .'. ill" sun "','r T.HERBERTL(d. tm ZT 10 A 1' Itollil ( K I I'M I Hand lta\ for all occasions In GenillfM I.ri4tlnr. iMaslie and InUUlMHI Whip Snake. All rtylei lateloeUnc an BBaanwil Pargdktl shape. I'rices from $3.63 lo $2400 Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. in, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street SOUR SOP CREAMS KNIGHTS flHH:\IX IUI XT.XI.X | -gnamsfflim ORDER THESE TO-DAY. KHAFT I HEI SI >' %  • %  1 I'' KHAFT CHEBE A MACARI %  %  i una ED 1*1 %  %  %  .' \s CRUSHED IN PINEAPPLE .1 \\1 %  r TII sol ill MTtlCAN K'K'K LOBSTER per Tin REPF1 A %  ; HER LUNCHEON BEEF with Cereal per Tin DANISH SALAMI SAUSAG! • UEI .,.„., ,, ..! |HT lux : COCKADI I 37e 1 If a* 48e. &Bc. 43c 1 41 1 12 SirVSifM* SC0TT A 0 00. I-TIK



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nilDAY Jll.V , 151 n.\Kn.\i>iis MIMK \n CLASSIFIED ADS. !" *y PAGI St-.Vl.Js FOI1 HIM TELETHON! 1500 Tha charge (of BirtFi*. urufti. Death.. Acknowiel*rment*. and In MriMium notice* I* •;.H on *"<-!* anal 11 to ot, Sunday* -bar ol woro> up to M, and 1 e*mt per word on >>M'< and 4 cent* per word on Sundayadditional ward. for Rjih*. Marriage nr Engage-i announcement* In Carlo Callina charge >• %  no for any number of o up In U and 6 cent! per ord lot e additional o d. Term* caah. Phone ] brt<*evn 130 -r.d I PIT. 3)11 foi peala Salk*. only alter 4pm IN MKMOKiAM nrparWJ 1 MAR4BALUIn loving Rakaet A Marahall. -i lira on the *th July. IHJ Sweet be thy raat. Ad p**crt .1 thy ilerpinf. (lad. will II br.i Anat thou art in he keeping " A1 berth* Marshall per haad li day GRAND HOTri —In brat real%  HaMM hill. Kale* Irom aft 00 par head par day. KEASIDE INN—On Grand Aft— Battling peach Hale* from MOB per head prr O" rrmtiinw to D at SUnger Granada. MOSt Tan. iro.rn NOTlLi rKIGIDAJaC' raf.•**-th. itori with the famou* M MUar" unit. Thla wall team prorntct of Gannjl Motor. Carp. %  •i available aMB anl a*f ari plraaod la annoum-a thai r'HlULDAIRX mav alaa fee aajtatnad now eeah or oi laiM ih...ugh K K MUNTE i. CO. 'TO *•" are .i*i-iM.ir ... in their and have eowe of o> siuiWROOM M Lower Braa Tin. Raff iOf i | rcTHit .\i. 00 FOB SALE mma m eaurrge tcaak 71 eeata .. 00 ceata Suaafe.f I* -"Ji — rrtao-da j ce*u* a uo'd .• i t.ord aa Xu-Aayo AUTOMOTIVE REAL ESTATE HOFTHTV—Thai daalraWa Wall and V.oadan Meuae railed at E!n-o at Me.w-ii Road. Ch. Ch CWaatataafl of Claard Oallar* la in. front 1 sle Verandah.. U-aa.ng and rv ,-. N... Retlr * %  %  wafer Toilet and Bath Mode'ie. '..'age. pwn %  yard er.claaed • y %  --.. inj (landing •and. walk *e\erel bearing Thy same WI.I ba a* up for ml* r. jublae .efnpeLtiOFi at o r Ofacr. Ja-h-^ •ra, ar flldi> kth July at t rn lr..prtwn any day aacapt S ."da botwaan tha hours of 10 am and ) am. KutaiunaoTi Banftrid. Soliciior< 23.' >: I Md] H v_. .; lfc not Sf s tftstUa St. atjM f .afiir.a-n. Vacant J.: at Tham Broa „r n.AT At Coral ti-.ili. B'ortnina "lodrrn fun..-bed flal. gr<+ for fuftrirr particulara. Dial df M %  I I'AH Chevrolet, in gaod cor.J.!. Owner dilven Apply R h| Maflah Oe aran at 4ion Hill. St Jamai. >*!—• CAR*-1M no,,,, Mm „ ,p,oop MIW 1*30 Moan* Oafofd t.OOO Milr> 1 ike New ia* Morrif SI. is HP Low Vileae |a*B Ford Platen ll.aoo Mile. in vary saod condition in Ch/ydr Royal A bdriain fort Royal Garair Ud TeTeprior.e M4 • T 11—an PKk-up Uerill %  In flood (rorkin order with almoat naw body Appl Btoutei Dma Store or Marthall J Edward'a Garai*. Roabwk Btrea whera it ran be aeen Phone %  *•> •*•> n •.!-!( i IAII %  Philip. Jr.e An ... ..-.. I.n A'.n lIBlHlwni ii rk Apply SIR Kaada. S. 4 7 31—4n Ei.i-xrrRic.MAITOMATIC RJTORD CMANGCRS with T RPM will plav. Keeordlna diaca alih m^rofrovr Dl^i 3(70 DaCoata'a Elacuaral Dapi 3.131—In IMIIStlN Al The publir ure hereby warned aaninat l-iiina i red11 M II > wile PEAHI. WKB STUB 'lire IIII.I.I a. I do not hold m>>aM reaponaible for htr or anyone elae rondebt or drbl* in my name tilien nrdrr %  I'lied by me joftiam WEBRTFK.' II.V..-II fro.* }i nd st Mlrtall %  taini fiedll to it i i HAH... %  l AMONT CRAiGG Dodton'a Land. Black Hor• 7 31 it. ned aaalnil In by Aletha lo not hold iStanedi OIORGa. BCoTT Erkileln Village. It Michael 0 T 51—Sn ftWHinHKATOR %  One >H Weitmaneuat. in **.* wtxking order. Apply W R Tampro. Phone IBM or KM4. fclM t*B ID aet Thp lliamand HaBtMi By inttruetoh rere,.ed I a,,,, act i I for uia by public auction or. Ttiuiau. naai the 13th Ju > i i acioak at Low. • Station Hill St Mtcheel ... doub fofed houae with hop ,iii.ch-d ai. i I.la* aq ft %  land Ahv. the houathe i i. rwakara rant ,. %  rj A v ajaj %  7 31 a I Sea afajrwi d two b adr—' % %  %  Telephone. Noi.rr.*r on I ... 33> MJH> %  .. TrON "'". WALL NSVLV BUI. I MISCELLANEOUS AMBt-l-DBNT TOOTBPASTt Rtart aavinff our Arrjn.t-dent Toolli p--"e Boiea Within a aliorl while you may be the winner of one rd the follow• hWaO. i.4l rrlre (IS M I'm I 7 31 ALUMINUM WAItr ll.uti Canadian Alumuoiii. BpBoapl BoiialFT.. Cah> P.m.. r.i, INwichara. Derp rrirafl • << talua O W HuWhinaan J Broad and Roetni.-fc aireeta AMr-RICAN MADE BAIW BUTLER IbithPredina Table and Chair oinbipa t.n. ronvarte to pi a y Table and Ulack board for later uar Baawonablr DU ?• Between IS a> 4 p m nid I a I P "> I 31 -* TTIEJtV ^WEDlHtl BTA1NI.KBS srm. Complete ranae include* Table Ki tirISe each Porka and Spoon* aaV apth. Daaaert Knivea T0r each Padfel ai d Hpoon. SJr rath. G W Kutchi'-aon A Co.. 1 id Broad and Bnebtirk Vtreat. 4 7 31 -4i, EMPTY TINS—A quantity of 10 lb an^ IS ill lim. aultabla lor holding plant* I'.itu* Bakarlaa Ltd Dial 4a3B ot sou GALVANIZED StlEaTTR M ...,,, I, Irttiihi of S. 7. •. D %  (I 10 r.-.t Enquli* Auto Tyre Companv. Tiafataar StreM Phone IBM 9M.Mtin RPCORDS' Charlie Ri.nr. n.t Swim and wa will order for you if wi haven %  (ot it in atock A Ban>n Co Ltd S 7 31 -t f n WVMI1I HELP JUNIOR SALESMAN-Praferably one atlh aoma previoui rperlenca ot hardware line* Good aalaiv paid to right man Apply In writing lo Allc Ruaarll A Co. P.O.B. 1 Urldgatown. 4.T.J1—in. MISCELLANEOUS Order, for AMrlKK'AN Mll.rs . ha\e aotd aome of thrae Contact II... I • A Co Ltd Hi, PAN MllX-Ona %  %  Secondhand oi new Id or II' F.in H..H .ompletr wltr lower — Apply D M Slmpaon A Co 3 7 II—n eawiiiably pni :i.... HUM aval r MiKfi.nc I GOVERNMLM NOTICE CONSTITUTION SWAMP AND CONSTITUTION RIVER All person* who huvo placed o caused lo be placed arry matter or thine in or on the Gonstituli Swamp .nut all persons ownln.*; any matter or thing placed M MII the Constitution BWBinp i.r Vi-r\ tllulinn River are leqinit^l to remove such matter or thin; by the 15lh of July. 1951. und no person may place any mattcr "i Ihine In or on the Constitution Swamp or Constitution Hive, f'urint! the jienod of the 15lh of July to tho 30th of Novemher. 1951. Any IHMSOU mfi-lnging the terms of this notice will I*liable tn proceedings under ItCtlon 18 of the Department of Highways and Transport Act. 1945. 6.7.51— 3n. TAKE NOTICE That ENO-BCOTT a\ BOWSE, a i pafataon organired under 111lam* of laafca a* Na*> Mrwa*. United sutei America, whoia ttada or bualneia a>ldrvaa .. HloomSeld. Now Jaraey. Un ted State. rf America. Manufecturina Chaml.U. acpliad for tl reiiatralUin of a ti It .ilk in Patt %  *A"* of* Refiner In leap tat o( cod liver all food tanic couajh a. akin ointment and -kin linlr-ent arm W e.'lll.d to .odlttrr tht",. . one month from the 4th day of July 1MI. uaMaa toma peraon ahall In tho neanllme five notice in dupllcalr tn at my ofRce of oppoattion ot auch ri Ira lion The Irada mark can ba aeei apnlM-'tlon at my ofrlce !>.'. I tni* aath dav of June 19C1 II WILLIAMS rU-Hl-n.r •! Tr-da Mir 1 4.731 FURNISH NOW and SAVE j rVa %  %  ; .1u>d Bptinfl-. I.itn. Worrti %  t|.n. Tub. u.1 than Kotaera. Armchair*. Settaai and upright Chain. TABUS (M..a Btdroom Hid i .ta.ru-ii Wdaboaraa. Ia.der> W.lion.. \l,..r, Spring and Bprtnfl.ke Cuah-im M tip Moorc> Boohraoa* SIAMESE PIOBTINQ EISB >aie beautlaa in blue green, and %  ndar. Archie Clarke Phone 514A o4530 4 7 SI—Jn. LOST A HIIMI Kl.is l.i Wedneaday %  with four kc tan NOTICE IN TBf AHSIHTAKT IOIRT OP APriAI. M Wo>km*>> t'aaapeaaalleB Art. ghSJ Mare I* herein given thai Reynold i U.,11 Hoad. Snlnl Michael. imployed Jl Praiui.. I'lunl.ii S.ilni .,1 when the lorry %  hlch he w.iloading rave rani ftil w.-nt var hut body lie died ol Uijurlaa anatallied -i.d compenution ha* bean paid ilo Court. AH the dependnnla of Ihe abovan-mrd dicea.ed ute hereby required to ippeai at the AaalaUnt Court of Appeal II. Wednesday the lllh d %  of July. Ml. it 10 o'clock a.m. Dated thia Mh day of June. ItSl TAKE NOTICE hat ENO-RCOTT A. DOWNB, a corporation organ it M and axlating u tutor t'. l.w oi the State or New Jeraay. United State* of America, whoae fade o. i.i..nr*a nddreaa in llloomt.rld. New laraajr, United SUitei of America. M-nuferturing Cnemlatt. haa applied for lh* r*ailtration of a tiadje mark in Part "A" ' Krgi'taT i" reapact of errulaton* and Uka prepai.Imiv and will be ei.tnird -o rrgiater the aanie after one naMlth mm tfi' 4th dav of Jiilv IS61. unlaai cma peraon ahall In the meantime give notice In dupllaato to me at my omre of OPPO% %  tlon of aiieh rcgiatration TB0 ITBBI mark can be *een on applirallon at my ofT.ee Dated Una BKh dav of June 1631. H. WILLIAMS. Regi-trar nf Trade MnrhL S. WILSON SPHY ST. DIAL 4M TAKE NOTICE CATERPILLAR That CATBHP1LLAR TRACTOR CO <-< 'potation organiied and % %  Hating und* the lawa of Ihe Slate ol Californl. I -iled Slate* af America, •hia* Iran i.. bualneaa addraaa |a 100 Davla htreel. Ban Laandro. Stale of California. U-B Manufactuteta. hai applied for the -e| (ration of a trade mark Is Part A Itifiilei IN raopaii of internal eomftuat enflne*. dkroal englnea and other pow aupplying machancrr adapted for mpl< %  merit aa theaoufee of powar for tell p.opelMd vahiclaw. and a* %  latkM.ary oi rentable power unit, lor Induatna! nartna and agrMultural uaoa. Kraptng %  a.rving and dumping unit* adapted t> brmployrd for acraplng and collecting enrth. rock, or like matenala at.d t.int RgOlBdJ -""1 dumping aaid mat-rlak. POWtB ai.il maiii.iilly ron'mlled graJrr. v raona. %  (— %  taw, iiaptn. bulldorera. rlppera and plow* adapted W b* emplOfed f'.r !>. o.natri.ctlon and main. t road*, lor moving and re moMiig of earth, rock, anoa iu.a in n.atarult. for ptrvantina; *o.l eroakrn and lo. other ..idiiMrial and utea; wheel -nd track t>pe IIM dapled lo be employed In tarn otorationa. road Uuildlng. mining. %  arth moving, hauling, puth.hg ID irtBl and agin ill a'ilelinl unit* for >k> actuated equipment lot ruth-moving and agriculture) purpooa* hjdraulk-^ontrol unit* f'.r conliolUni h-diaulwallv actuated etii.ipment I." ej.th moving and agriiultural purpoac ruot inhibitort. bellow* aaal ramai.* chemical notation* for appllcatuin m d aaaa-omanU. electric generator* ant dtirl elect.io generator aat< for turnUh. toil elerlrlr aowei. agrtrult ..al equip cent, and parti, tool*, attarhmerl • a> .-e*aor>e and equipment aataciate-' with all of iurh producla. and will ba ri.liUad to regular lh* aame after one nonth from the 4th day of Jui1MI i nlen aome pr*on ahall m the ntaanlim* give notice In duplicate to ana al my ofRce of oppoallion of tuch ragtatratn The trade mark can he aeen on appltcaUNDET. THE IVORY HAMME : n-. mmmmm nm % %  11 *nv r -. fuday oth July ai t,,. c* Bua Co Nclaon St One Auatin A4o C I iiaitutgrd In arcidrtit Rail aWIM Caah. ffaTa'aawBT aRIPTfTH. A %  %  ^^^^ Mil TAKE NOTICE SC0TTS That ENO-SCOTT A BOWNE, j corBOration organ nm ,. d aalat the law* at the State ul Haw Jcrarv United Slat-, i.t Aroetlca, ,i. iradc or btiaineaa addraaa i„ Uloomnekt. K-* Jeraay. Unftad Bt-.ir. ol America, Manvractiiring Chen.nl>. i.a. applied Mr tini.glatralmn of a u.d. m.nk in ."an 'A Of Hegxter in leapaCI of cod liver Oil loo.I tonic, cough *rup and ikui ointment, and will ba antitiad tu iegia>*r uaame .-Met one month from the 4th day or July ISSI. unlrsa aome pcr-on ahall lit Ihe meat,tune give noil. ilupllrat to me at my office of opi-mtum ..f fajrh The trade ma. k ran be m n .. Dutert IBM Bh .i ii — 'innna i le Mark*. VI 1*1 H \OI M IA Tan ceatt pee o t :r Una on ua.i:.*, and U emit p*r atMle In.. „n .Sxnda "'""'•~ -aa-pe f 1 Ml on ueak-do. aad glgO on gandai,! 4 7 11 NOTICE r C llulean II 1 | J M fj D f I %  NO TICK \.-ri icttiow I'hlllp • VOOIO Ekhlbllum %  Lodge Sihn-il will be rr< briar than Saturd TAKE NOTICE MCC0RMICK actor bindar* rraper* h-a-l.t. h-d. -et> .a*-. Uda Oelie.raSkan, l.-l.'.-.. , ,s land, combltwdl *wee> nlM Bad -'-.a*.. ..-,,. a,,.*-. rakea. h.iakurr*. ahradda.. cmhlnad huatara ...d •oaltngai Intnl.. %  :, — -. Mawhat •naalage h.! Mlo (lllera en. < and tedder*, bum t ha.vi ter.. Itatera. ... ft N pfj tot*, man.ire rgfader* binder hit. planter., .hock gather*.*. narvealer*. rornblned %  tdik I .itivalar* beet topper*. b**( puliera tractor*. %  .,„, lagateaMea raw-apr.ader atia. .,-,. % % %  burmu.. ., a str „ ^, mp h*rv„l. '"'" %  • 'i*rnp aruk i, in. !" leader. IcbBfO, and part. fo. each or Iha aBkO machine., and will be entitled -egi.t-r tne uime artar . month l.om the 4th dav af July WI. unlaaa a*r> reraon ahall in the meant, me gn not..,n d.pllrai* to m* at mi ofBc oi .top. tior. of • irh regMtration The na.l. Dated the Hat dav o' June 1PSI I >''•' %  !* %  mid in.i la/atvo > i MI mtiM oe forward* lung with an application It rom the ParoahUi Treae. .-. orr I'aranu and or Ouardtat otlfk-d of Ihe time and | %  -TT TAKE NOTICE That rlrtiriSH AVIHA.A. TOBACCO COMPANY LUtlTED. a compan> irporat'd and regiateird under tho England, of Wa.tmmat.i Hod.*7 iiibank, London, SWI. England tplird to be regiatered a. pfOBrhrl m above Trade Hn> TltUkfPETCJt II 4T regU tared In Par! rgiatrr on Sard Sapt.ii apacl of clgarrtte* bv .aignment dated IBlh rahruarv I Ml. %  *h-A badoai Umiled I m Tobaci o will be .Mil—i t. month from IHI. unlaaa aome r In iha maantlma t-< l ufhee of oppatalti The trad* the aald raajiateiid Iha 41 h da. it. lata w t a ai n -i.t I ... ,, | b.' led Ihla 2lt dav of June I ML II WIIJ.IAMB. Itegl-I... of T..ide Marie. TAKE NOTICE If HIM I THE LAND ACQIISITION ACT. I!U1 ., u ..r.l r. v.. •I ,t apue, to the Oovcrnar-Ii'. 1 that the land. dcin.l .., the K.hedul< -ituale -t Ihe d %  t HI iha pan-h of n i ... the ..land of Baitndoa are likely t. M ne.ded f... po.po." whlih in th' OovemI (' %  mmlttre aie publn |..ii|H*e*. -rr-l %  | >^.o„,.d. lor S\ i • I..:.Beta**! TIII: sr-iirrti'i r *l I THAT ..ri... | .inllig OOP I.IIKl more or law. f titl.li.|.lin (iirlSil'i-.l .. n land, af H IL....-....I ..f A Clarke f BMwick Klrton and on th.public highway alleged lo be m the OwtmoMp % %  %  • Sarah Kirton ol lloiH-wrU On ill Church i. lath dav of Juno. Ifltl. at hnlldlng* in the City ol I lltidgetnwn In the l.land of Ba.badoa I It N Tl'ILNLR. i a Rori:ssio\ \i. vonri: ,1. orlU'e will be iluaed foi Hi. ..utti lidoy on Iha oil. Jui. and opened • llrd Jl} Will thoae perwm wl n glaaaa* here pleaaa .ail in ai ict aame berore the .th. July. II IIARCOURT-CAMTEP. Ophthalmic OpiMlan NOTICE i-.t'l-ii Ol ST, JOBS > t...taachoal win taa neat tne 12th July. IfAL .IOII\ >l. Ill \IKI\ A CO. A.l'S. I v A THE FIRM WITH THE REPUTATION We art> Bjwava, plf>BBBd to BBgirt ';un property in Uw I^himi .itul taawTg tl little of ^orlhwbilp iialuir which II not ll'ted wiU | ga tt lOl t UAL latTATI \CirNTS—1| tTIONrrR*. SIRVI VOB.S I|''.HI" Raad Estatf Miitingnmeni n Sperlalltv). Ch.mi4(H0 — IMunl.it|inii lltul.UiiK which will i. i %  Iha That BRITISH-AMEBM'AN TOBAt" CtrMFAhY LIMITED. .. mmpni-v poratad and regiale.ed in ilei |H0 H England, of Weatmlntt'r llouar Mlllbanb. London. BW1. Englai ippiM I..|.II-I Dated i JaM MM ofRce m Mth i H WTLtJAMS. Baguttar of Trade Mark* da Mark CLIIM'EK No. 4f registered in I'tirt A* -it tinlira i .tat IBth Sruteniber IMO, in reapact ot I Mrlue of an ai •4 Ihe IMh r'abruaa/ IfBI. aaalgnad otherwlte than Ii. OOBBOCMOB with Ihe goodwill of a btmlna*a l>^ Huti.hA" -i To) t %  %  iBartiotM Limited to the aald lint. Ttbacco Company Limited and will be ,.|-I bj %  I'..-' from the 4tn day of July IM1 l-raon ahall in the i give notare in dtlBBI Ml ifl.ee al oppoallion of aueh rt The trade mark and faBBgMI n application al n" offlca u ihi. Hat d. al JITM Itei H WILIJAMS. If..tra. of Ttada Mark* 4 : il J.I TAKE NOTICE %  %  M> That ARTHUR '. COMPANY LlkflTTti T. • .ue trade or bnoinem addraw M Ti London. England, and Jamea'a G. Dublin Fltf. ha< appltad foi the regt Ikan of a trade mark In P.ut A BearkMer In mpert af (tout, and will be entilled to regular the -an-e attar one month from the 4lh day >f J^Iy 1*31. unlaaa aome peraon ahall in the meantime give notice m du pile at* to ma at my office of oppoaitlon of auch reglat.atior. The trade mark ran ba aeen On application at my ofnC* D-trd :nu llrt dav Of June IMt II WIUJAJIS. Reglatrar of Trad.' M-.. ^ To-davsG.A. St "Ilcmr Sueel Hum ugh we n re Is no Ditto*) III If llirrr IS A OAS IllOhll! RALPH A BEARD AM. INST B E V V.A. Aurtiiiiirrr ami Krjl Fttatr Agrtil you Sovi ral laitori 11 %  r L < Chrtei Chun •>. IBfJ Stlvvi Sunds. For Further Information Please Ring 4683 1 Altei P.0 B MEET RAIN II II II mi si: I. i II i0i \ HEQIISITKS RUBBER HOSE | inch 26c pet ft. | inch 34c. pel fl. MENDERS—SPRAYERS COUPLINGS SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships -.it rsa.il si. faaaa af BBJ LAtlY Kn*aON CAM rhi'anfut CAN tHAit.rsr.r>t LADY RODNEY CAB • iiN-TSICTOH LADV NELSON > ALU II Ana ja Aug. t JulT 4 A.,g A-.f" Sail. %  awwaAW Ba.K.j 14 Jal> 1 Aug. 1 Aug g?3 • a i ,. 1 Rept Ofkrpt Arrlre* Arrtv MalKa* Ma*4r. Ju!, T Auf t Aug ** %  If Aug :• Aug 0 Rapt. • Be*I II Sept l Sept. 10 Sept IJ Sept. 71 Bapt J VI II Ort IS Oct. n Ort BOrt 1 Novr 1ADV NEIAON LADY RODNTY LADY NEI.ON LADY KOPNEV GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agaaaa. ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. MIMM.< HUM AMRTgRDAM • lilt t BA-'BlOl June IM1 i. OBAhJ>-tAO Blh July IHI • miNAiit inn Julv IBBI • HSRB1LIA—BNti July IBM lAIUMfM TO I'liMlHTB AND AMMtSDAM it MM I I '1-1 Ml—|oth Jt.lv IMI II INi," to IKINIDAD. rtlAH ABlalo AMI ObOBt.BIOHN < .il Hi \—Mil, Jnn 1051 BBf t B\ on, July IIS1 S 1' MUSBON, BON A CO LTD FRENCH LINE Cle Gle tlaiiS-illaTHUnu SAILING TO KNGLANO A HI UK I B s CoafNnbta i Martinique nA %  mupe SOUTH HOI-N'II Culumbi*. July Uth, INI. (-.illutg .f ii Gualrn. t'urnr gona and Jan I AreeRIIng i*j4*.-ncrtf'argo anil Mall R. M. JONES&lo.. Lid. AOGNTS l'l,.i,i. ::: JRH OIIII.\TAI SOUVEMRfl. rrRIOR. JFWKLI4 New HhlproeBl FISH POT WIRE %  *rve everyboth W|Uli MeelinK $A llie .,ii..I.Ii.-.I I'IIIM yhnlders of llie ubovrnaini'il Soriely will he lit*Id al the Society's Oflire. Ilrtkwith I'lure. Hriduelowii. on r'rid ay. lilli July. I't'.l ul 2 o't'liiik p.m. for (lie |iiiruoM' nf eleclinif a I'irtMlor in llir |lare of Mr. Wultrr C. Boy re, wlio has resinnrd his tent. C. K. BROWNE, Secretary. 2l.6.5.-4,n. LAWN MOWERS m ]f m "KANSOMES" l_ iiitli $.'f6.0.-, — 14 inch $98*77 $17.16 "FLOBATE and $22.10 THE CORNER STORE JOB Wm. FOIiAKTY LTD. I hSpnlllfiht Is On GRACELINE SHOES Flattens Ma Daut Haali it... UaM A. Taauaa — While Ma-Back, BWt* KM, ulack Oawh and Black Palrnl Brown & WhiliCamafa ilh l.m> lli.lPrices $7.83 to $8.11 per pair I Hfunlfl II in I ... HELENA RUBINSTEIN'S PASTFL'RIZIID FACK CRKAM SPFXIAIV— Cleanses. Roviyes. soothes and Ueauiilie* Normal and dry kin.




ESTABLISHED 1895





once

PRIDAY



1951





World Court Appoints

2 To Settle Oil Dispute

Iran Will Ignore.
Couri’s Ruling

THE HAGUE, July 5. |

"THE INTERNATIOWAL COURT OF JUSTICE
on Thursday granted Britain an “injunction”’

in the Iranian oil dispute and said the Anglo- |
Iranian Oil Company should continue temporarily |
to operate as it did befcre Iran decided to nation- |
alise it. The Cour., however, recommended the!
appointment of a five-man “Board of Supervisors’”’
composed of two Britons, two Iranians and a neu-|
tral representative who would help evolve a formula |
for the future management of the company . |



-TOrRS”

Two Tranian observers who
attended the Court session as |
spectators walked out _— shortly 'B iti I H
after the ruling was read. Iran } ri 1s 1 ouses |
charged Britain had no legal!
right to submit to the court iB R bb d
dispute involving the rahian ein 0 e
Government and the Angl
Iranian Oil Company. In Abadan

The Court said the “existing

state of affairs justifies the indica-

tion of interim measures of ABADAN, Juke) a

; pro-" A wave of robberies in British
tection.” But two of the 12|houses is sweeping Ada des-
blackrobed judges, Poland’s W. C. rik ead png wen oe

pite the presence of Iranian Po-

Winsarski, and Egypt's Badawillice and

Passa, dissented.
They argued the Court should

street



(troops on every
corner, Thefts believed to be
partly »the work of organized
not authorise any interim measure }gangs for a crime ring have in-
until it decided whether it hed jcreas sed alarmingly in the past
jurisdiction to rule on the settle- |m xonth.

ment of the entire dispute. As many as 40 burglaries week-



The Court proposed that the‘ly are now being reported to the
Roard of Supervisors insure the Anglo - Iranian Oil Company’s
Company’s “commercial and in- “Crime Bureau”, Ten robberies
dustrial operations” and procesd,were reported Monday alone.
as they did before the nationali-| Clothes, money, household goods
sation decision. are the main targets of plunder-

It recommended that the Board) ing as Britons slowly evacuate the

s financial
dispute is;

supervise the Company’s
transactions until the
untangled.

The Court also ordered [ran and
Britain to take no action “which

oil empire.

Robberies are not confined to
private property. Much of the
| Anglo-Iranian Company’s prop-

erty is also disappearing. THE arrow points to a seaman who |



might eggravate or extend the One gang attempted to carry off ear ween tant a

dispute.” ‘ sections of steel fencing around] teraay to do some work there y
The Iran Cabinet and _ the| Abadan refinery. Thieves are so . .

Mixed Oil Commission rejected| audacious they sometimes loot in —

the Hague Court decision. A|the presence of the police.

spokesman said that in spite of ! Princess Elizabeth

tre Court's findings, “taking over

from the A.1.0.C. and implementa- y F

tion of nationalisation would BOUND OVER | Willing To Visit Us

continue according to schedule

LONDON, July 5.
Princess Elizabeth and Prince
' Philip will visit the United States

A Commission member said the
Court de on was not unexpect- |

HIS HONOUR the Chief Sustic
ir Allan Collymore at the Court!





: nite ee surprise “it was | 0 G rand Sessions yesterday oe :

ed but expressed surprise “it was ' , . | if they are invited after their tour

so ignominious."=aLP. pound over 50-year-old labourer | | of Canada in Octoker, responsible
George ‘Alle yne of Glendairy Roai, . P



| sources said Thursday .

| St. Michael, to keep the peace and
Heart Stopped 12 to be of good behaviour for 12 The King and Queen visited the
months in the sum of $24 when] United States during their tour of

Minutes—Survived |

he was found guilty of indecently

BAe ¥ , | assaulting t seven-year-old | as guests of President Roosevelt.
The story Ee Biania schoolgirl on May 20, 0 Prime Minister St, Laurent an-
mother was “brought back to life | Mr. W. W. Reece, K.C., Solicitor nounced in Ottawa on Wednesday,
after her heart stopped beating General, prosecuted for the Crown.|that the Royal couple have ac-
wan 1a ani Miithe juring a daring Alleyne was not represented by| cepted an invitation extended to
uuaser aay tastaees Thursday | Counsel. |them in London by L. B. Pear-
operation was disclosed hursday Before binding him over, His! dint eeetiaes Mttiaiae) ; Aedaive

by a hospital here, ’ M
The patient was Mrs. Keith 37,
of San Francisco who is now living

| Honour told Alleyne to stop in-
l'terfering with small children and
women,

! Minister who now is overseas.

he «P)





a normal life with her husband Thavtie-staliparated hove bore

ante’ Doctor A. Withelm,! 15 minutes before returning at SHAH DOING WELL
irector of the Hospital said the verdict of guilty of indecent

pee made iedical history be- assault. AFTER OPERATIONS

cause Mrs. Keith survived — not '

only after her heart stopped but CORROSIVE FLUID | TEHERAN, July 5.

after it had undergone four min- CASE ADJOURNED Iranian and American doctors

utes of “ventricular fibrillation” | Thursday, removed the Shah of

which is associated with death. Winifred Bryan appeared before Iran’s “chronically inflamed’ ap-
Mrs. Keith entered the hospital] the Court of Grand Sessions yes-, pendix and a shoulder scar re-

May 5. The operation was per-|terday on charges in connection] sulting from .a bullet wound he

formed May 11 and she left June| with the throwing of corrosive] received in February, 1949 in an

9. - =U.P. | fluid attempt on his life.



She was represented by Mr. A bulletin issued after the two
W. Barrow, Mr. W. W. Reece,
K.C., Solicitor General, prosecut-
ed for the Crown.

Further hearing was adjourned

i.



Shah’s condition was “excellent”.
Doctors said the two operations
lasted about two hours.—_(U.P.)

sdoat With Children
Explodes On River





until 10.00 o'clock this morning a trust fund by the Universit
ae BERLIN, July 5 7 Le 4 ye ae Chief ie I h I College and used for the benefit
verman excursion steamer|tice, Sir Allan Collymore, wi lewesvir British Guian
with about 150 school children on|sum up Lord nvere ape Se i, ie University College
board xploded and burst into aa oe
ames “Thursday fae the Spree Dies In Hospital] oe re oa a anette
lon @ : awit . stances ec: so > ing al
ope ieee aed ihe losior Bridge Re-opened GREENOCK, Scotland, July 5." assistance to complete their course
BY E Wa ae pen, ee Sy oR ace Lord Inverchapel former Britisn! of study
threw They borg oF into pe The Chamberlain Bridge which} enyoy to the United States, Russia} ——
eer ey said others jumped thas been closed to traffie since}and several South American|
into ae pri eee oo Mcnday, was re-opened last night.| countries died in Larkfield hospite!} LICENSES ISSUED FOR
caught fire and rowned—(U.P. Vehicular traffic and pedestrians] pere to-day, age 69. JAPANESE GOODS
See were much inconvenienced during| Lord Inverchapel former Si LICENCES will be issued
; the five days the bridge was] Archibald Clark-Kerr was one of EAN Es ee eee 4
Rescuer Rescued closed, But as the bridge was|the most colourful men in the} local importers at a oe.
WOODS HOLE, Massachusetts, |5”!"* it facilitated sea traffic. British Diplomatic service which; Cflice me ore oe ne saver for
. r July 5 : Schoones moving from the] he joined in 1905. After serving! the months July, Augus and
Retired Rear Admiral Edward!C#â„¢eenage to the inner basin and] 4s Minister to the Central Ameri- Oe cea f the goods will |
H. Smith, who spent most of hiss¥iCe versa did not have to take/ can republics in the 1920's and to}, *ne valu xt “ ee ‘ vend oo
life in the Coast Guard, directing the opportunity early during the! Sweden from 1931—35 he became! 25 per cent. of the importer it
the rescue of sailors and fishermen, day or after 4 o’clock in the eve~ Ambassador to Iraq, then to the ports from jl Se during th
had to be rescued himself. His 35 re as yr" Le could move! Soviet Union and from 1946—43; Period July 1950—June 1951.
foot power boat Gypsy broke|‘T®'y UP and down ’ to Washington, at a ee
down ‘oft Vineyard Haven yester-|, Police were patrolling the inne: | Larkfield hospital would net 16,000 BAGS FLOUR
day and he had a radio Coast basin with their launches. They] state the cause of his death. it| CXPECTED IN AUGUST
Guard to tow him in. usually patrel the inner basin by; was learned .however that last! ~
He was embarrassed.—(U.P.) row boat. Thursday Lord Inverchape] wo: Sixteen thousand bags of “E
nT eeerare rushed by steamer across the;Grade flour (100 lb, bags) art
178 DIED IN JULY 4 LIGHTNING KILLS 2 |Clyde River from his home a*jexpected to arrive here from
; TIONS HAVANA, Cuba July 5. | Dunoon to Greenock. Canada during’ early August
CELEBRA Lightning struck a_ fireworks It is believed that Lord Inver-|Licences for quotas wil] be issued
. CHICAGO, July 5. factory on the outskirts of Havana chapel and his wife got in a car|to local importers at the Control
The United States July 4 traffic] Tuesday. Two men were killed and collision with a truck and sustained | Office.
death toll was below the Nationalltywo others suffered severe burns. injuries The ceiling price per bag w












Situation Is

| rison said thursday that the situa-
Iranian oil

|

| move said, “The Company has n«
desire to withdraw from the in-
dustry which it has built ana
brought into a high state of effie-
jiency. Yet this, with all the
disastrous consequences to Iran
that would ensue, is what the
lranian Government appear bent
on ‘foremg the any ne, og

Canada in 1939, spending four days ;

|



tion in

10 Give Evidence In

Piay Field |

additional witnesses 4
into the Princess 4
Clement

TEN
the enquiry
over by Sir
Chamber, ent

Malone 4!
ered on its fourth day..

LOquiry

Sve 4 ulence yesterday as
niece Playing Field presided
1 the Legislative Council
These witnesses bring

to 19 the number that have given evidence so far.

| Becoming

Intolerable
In Oilfields

LONDON, July
Foreign Secret tary Herbert Mor-

the

“becoming

fields was

intolerable” and Iran
seemed bent on closing the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company. even if it
meant economic ruin, @
Morrison told the House of
Commons that Britain “is leaving
nething to chance as far as the
protection of British lives in Iran
was concerned
“H.M.S Mauritius is lying
close to Abadan and all practical
measures to protect British live;
should Persians fail to discharge
their responsibilities have been
taken” Morrison said.
Earlier to-day the Cabinet in-
structed the British Ambassador
in Teheran to work with United

States Ambassador
toward

ing plans

possible

Henry



Grady
compromise, | ©
Morrison touching briefly on this

Plan To aia
Defend Mid-East

Commonwealth
agreed in principle
for Middle

LONDON, July 5
countries have
on far reach-

the Daily Mail says
South Africa took the
in bringing a proposal before

r

Defence

s

planes for the Middle East to join
stationed

t

ecent

ays.
The

3ritish

here

London
Conference,

Union

troops

is

Tues

th

sday
initiative

€

preparing
ganize a token force of troops an

alreac

Australia and New

mainly

ly

Zealand are
considering a precise plan to make
contributions

on

available essential



Commonwe

ealth

t

East defence,

paper

to

¢

W

ground |
and Canada has offered to |

mulitary

Gift To U.C.W.1.

Wieting

forces,

make

supplies. —(CP)
Messrs.

Ltd., of Georgetown,

and

Bichte,
British Gui-

ana have presented to the Unive!
sity College of the West Indies th:

sum of $3,600 (B.W.1
unclaimed

funds

Drinks

th

ne

Tax

in

suggestion

by

) from re

custome!

British Guiana.

of the

College this sum will be
















held



operations said the 31-year-old) ter the withdrawal of the Soft

A

Universit

a

Safety Council’s estimated 130 and =o i —v. P. quoted at $9 41
and one of the lowest for a holi-) — bdhpinieiiaihitlor
day in several years.

Cool rainy weather cut high- » |
“tot ‘any wean ox | Collective Security Can Stop Ree Ss
dental death toll (traffic | anne
with 91) was 178. —CP) TOKYO, July 4. defence pacts with Pacific nations | nine Pacific coun

Fi a Re iy | Free men banding together for] along lines of the North Atlantic | himself with their gh
‘collective security can look for- Treaty. “be more useful in the Unit
House Destroy ed ‘cous | to the exhaustion and dis- He said, “ we believe in col- States” in the shaping of bi;
‘ integration of Communist forces| lective action not action domin- |tisan foreign policy

A fire’ completely de stroyed al o¢ avery and aggression”,| ated by any one nation or by any Dewey’s 30-minute sp
board and — LT gle nouse, 3 rnor Thomas E. Dewey of|one culture. Through the United |tained no spectacular _
propert f Estelle Cozier York said on Friday. In an} Nations we are welding an invin- ment but was mat
Plez li Land, Dayrells Re o the American—Japan|cible partnership of strength | the United State te
Christ rch, last night betw here, he said that even as' among free nations” The Renub- Communism hy « e st
& and 10CK pared to final lican party leader arrived here h other free ;

Whe F Br ir she dis- | on Wednesday on the first leg of | world

ti its ual'a six-week 29090-mile trip to U.P
i



|

f
f

| Was it

|

r “RicKet AND SHEEP

Ger



"
anc
ol

interested

E Db. Mottley a m

Vestiy's Committee appointec

the Vestry at the
examined witnesses,

You
ou haa sub
the expendi

$5,000 to the
he would
ilable



repre
iry

OE

General:
that after
d iccount of
of the firs

ernor, he said

th other $5,120 av
Mr. Tudor: Yes
Attorney General:
nat date

Attorney sai
lay

an

<





make

Do you know
submitted th

account?
Mr. Tudor:
October, 1949

you

Around the end o

Attorney General:
received

Do ye
the

know
othe

u
t you
»,120

Mr, Tudor:
vember.
Attorney General;

Social Welfare Officer

ember 23 stated: “I am direct-
inform you that
iditure of $10,120 ha
proved. An amount of
Uready been paid and
Tor he balance $5,120
passed and will be available
Treasury within the
iple of days.”
| think a copy of the voucher is

| November 24,

Tudor, was this money paid

through the normal channel, |

mean, the Social Welfare Officer
vir. Tudor: Yes

I think it was in late
N

A letter fron

tl
No
t

pe:

been ap-
$5,000 has
voucher
being

is



space of

\
| AT PRINCESS ALICE

A cricket match took
Place at the Princess Alice
laying Field yesterday
morang. The side playing
was Chamberlain s creket
cub, The members of
Cnamberiaimn cnekec Club
are waterfro it workers
ney work with a firm
shipping sugar they had
no work to do yesterday,
therefore they played
cricket. The Club took its
name from the Chamberlain
Bridge.

The end of the field around
the coast is being filled in
with refuse. The refuse
trucks dump the stuff daily.
The gate to the field has
to be left open for these
trucks to enter. Sheep have
made use of this opportun-











ity. Yesterday they invaded

the field and were grazing

all over it.

Mr. Walcott: Mi Tudor you

ied the Playing Field

Comr tee tc the Reet ground
vhen ou had finished certain
work Did they or did they m
ipprove of the work that wa
eing done there

Mr. Tudor; Yes.

Mr. Walcott: The whole build

ing had been done and the roads
at this visit that
uggested the fencing
laying field?

Mr. Tudor: Yes

The Commissioner:
committee who visited the
then the whole committee?

Mr. Tudor: Yes

Had Wood Ants

Mr.

someone
ot the

Was the

fiele

Walcott: The hut
old to Mrs. Martineau
why did you sell it?
Mr. Tudor: found
had wood ants
The Commissioner;
‘d the delivery of the
Reef?
Mr.
right
to
tne \
The
this checki
Mr. Tudor
1 load of mi
and the
a lorry
material
The Commissioner:
not rt ything
tity?

Mr

that you
for $35¢



I

out

that 1

Wr
huts

check
at the

Tudor: Having
atchman, if any

eld it would be

day anc

hut en

w
checked bs



Commissioner:
ng done
orry
rial
watchman would
had with



Ho



and



come some

Would

rey to quan

Tudor: No.

The

Tudor; Not i I

oner; Woul

Commiss:
Mr.

m On Page

“ OPEN FIRE ON U et

| GHORE B
w € €

ATTERIES fir

Thur

(U.P)

dated

a total ex-

to the







PRICE: FIVE CENTS

poople connected with Malaya and the Far East are (left to right)
20, Yang Teramat Mulia Tunku Sakinah of Kedah, 20,

TAKING tea together at a party for
Yang Toramat Mulia Tunku (Princess) Bahiyah,
and lady-in-waiting Tunku Azizah.—L EB

| UK. Govt. Hardly

Just To Colonies

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, July 5,
SEVERE CRITICISM of the proposed U.K.-Cuba Trade
the exchanze of British Cuban

Ridgway Picks
5-Man Team
lor Ceasefire

TOKYO, July 6
al Matthew B. Ridgway
picked a five man team to conduc
perliminary

Gene



ceasefire talks wit Agreement for goods for
EE a celha the Korean battle sugar and tobacco is contained in the latest issue of the
ield Sunday. . , : .
Ren Re fr: Henk Neatin ested bulletin of the Empire Industries Association.
x = - 2 4e see . - — ~ ———
Communists would help speed It is hard. indeed to oa either
the armistice by avoiding political PUB Oey tee ” i ; Oras
4 r oY ‘nt stating a policy of sup . rr
issues in the meeting at Kaesong igh ee 5 } '
which will asinine deat tee port for Colonial development anc CAR PAYMENT
formal ceasefire conference later, |PPOsPerity on the one hand and VANCOUVER British Col-
Usually reliable sources said|itS entering at the same time into ombia, July 5
Ridgway’s party will include one|®" agreement with a foreign | | Auto dealer Nick Lucas
United States Army Colonel, one} Country the effect of which can|\ drove his car up to the door
United States Marine Colone!,|@ly be detrimental to those same | | ef the Income Tax Office
ne South Korean Army Colonel,|lonies” that journal declares. || and left it Wednesday as
a Major from the Ist Supreme Reviewing the conditions which! | part payment of personal
United Nations Commanders’ Staff }ave put Jamaican manufacturer» | | income taxes,
and an interpreter, at such disadvantage that two of | “TL hope the Revenue Min-
Allied patrols and some Com-|those employed in the cigar in ister will be able to convert
munist soldiers sparred around|dustry are now unemployed ot it into ready cash which is
Kaesong yesterday while United|have had to find other employ- more than I can do,” he
States army engineerg cleared the|ment the bulletin says. “This said, —(U.P.)
Seoul-Kaesong highway figure translated into terms” of .
United Nations monitors kept;human suffering would be hard 2 ee x a
tuned to the wavelengths of Pek | to compute,” which would enable the colonies

ing and Pyongyang but no reply i
to Ridgway’s last message de-| More Hardship For Jamaic:
manding “positive assurance’ of‘ It points out that the U.K. Gov
safe conduct for the Allied dele- | ern proposal to allow into

to compete as keenly as necessary
with the Cuban product.

Little Justification

gation had heen received by late |the U.K, Cuban. cigars to the value
midnight In Tokyo, —(U.P.) of $500,000 can only mean under Unfortunately, the article point:
the -present terms of competition Jout the United Kingdom must ob-



a cut in Jamaican exports to this
country by the same amount. This
in turn can only mean still further

serve the terms of
agreement on tariffs
which forbids the

the general
and trade

|
} granting of new

He Had No Snakes

















rirdship to Jamaican industry, preferences or the increasing of

1 intensified unemployment, loss of ;}old ones, Thus Cuba having an

In His Coft in! killed labour and the closing of | established preferential market in

till more factorie the United ‘States could alway

An Italian and eee i * | “The call to-day is still ‘save |operate more cheiply than Jamai-

tifioned Ttallan sourte ‘Thureda i | dollar says the bulletin Ja-jca under such conditions in the
ledide which of them Holds maican cigars can be bought for British market,

world eutine. daacen in sterling ‘those from Cuba requir The article continues: “In the
Merman. barn 41 years ago-at Lyon | lollars, Cuba’s imports from thi ees of agreements and policies
f neh parents claims he hol country can never be of significant } where obligations seem to be held
the record with a fust of 60 days| “tue because of the natural pre-/|in ever more casual disregard, it
two hours and-20, minutes, ponderance of Cuba's trade with | is surely a matter of deepest sig

Professor E. Delfo (46) native} the U.S.A. Trivial and temporary | Gifleance to the unity of the colo-
of ‘Trieste. shys hi ist of 61 da }oremotion of our dollar trade ) ies and the Empire as a whole
two hours $0 seconds. beats the: ould be achieved for no worth-|that we in this country should
all while return at the expense of ajrealise our responsibility at all

Bu mah’ . lates Delfo fast |celony whose economic position is | time ; to support members of the

‘violated all rule “Delfo didn't already critical,” Empire before any foreign coun-

'sleep on broken pieces of glass like It points out that such an agree. | try.

\i» did? the bearded turbaned|™ment as is under discussion need It concludes that as in the case
Frenchman said. “He didn’t have} %0t-be the threat to Jamaican in- of sugar there is as little justifica-
nakes in his glass coffin, I did.” erests which it is, if only this'tion for the U.K. . Government

Finally jurman charged that| ‘euntry were able to adjust rates | prising open the door to admit the

De:fo came out of his coffin twice | f preference “to suit prevailing foreign intruder when a British

iduring the fast, “That just isn’! nditions,” Jamaican cigars could colony depends so much upon the

idone” he aaid e admitted at a preferential rate support of the people ef Grea

Delfo who look like ereen oe On Page 3

t Erich Von Stronheim said hi F ——

didn’t use broken glass oy ciniead!

'because “I am not a Fakir but a ae

' Professor of oecult science.’ Hi Ce my

,admitted leaving the coffin twice | {
but it was to go to the toilet } —

Anyway there were two police- }
nen with me as itnesses.” '

A ruling is xpected in about
three week

-—U.P.

” % .
Front Quiet
TOKYO, July 6

An Eighth Army communiqu j

Friday morning said that onl
cattered contact was reported
luring the period with a slight ir
-rease in Red artillery and mortar }
ire noted. There was no signif
ant action and the front remaine
elatively quiet. —UP

U



S. War Casualties






WASHINGTON, July 5 |
The United State Dey ' Ae thne ndings ACCU '
Thursday reported a ney . od
78,110 ‘United States ba FRY’S way to make a
ualtic Korea, n inere
361 (U.P.) DELICIOUS DRINK

“GOLFITO” TAKES Try it and taste the difference. Fora breakfast cup-

|
ful, mix dry J teaspoonful cocoa with sugar to taste. }
t
‘




28 PASSENGERS
/
nty-eight passengers will | | Then, and this is the secret, use a jittle cold milk to
te Messrs Elders & Fyffe make 3 thin smooth paste. Pour on boiling milk, or
C » for Southampton when s ¢
ves here to-day The Golfit: milk and water, stirring briskly all the time, and there’s
xpected te me from Tritr

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fad a m r eave arou

esta: \ERYS COCOA

! | | \with the REAL CHOCOLATE flavour!
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Agents

) 40th
Blue


PAGE TWO



ADY STOW is due to

4 Grenada to-day to see he
son who is Acting Administrat
of that colony. She is returning
to Barbados on July 14th

By Oil Tanker

4 URTEEN-YEAR-OLD JOS-
EPH BRYAN of Greens-
boro, North Carolina has been

spending a week of his summer
\ holidays with his aunt Mrs. C. P.
Stoute of Kensington New Road.

Joseph attends Choate School
in Connecticut. He left the U.S.
with his room-mate David Moore
on an oil tanker just over a
month ago. They joined the ship
in Philadelphia and got off at
Venezuela where David's father
works with the St. Clair Oil
Company. The ship they travelled
on is a St. Clair oil tanker,

After spending three weeks in
Venezuela with David, Joseph
flew over to Barbados on June
30th to see his aunt. He leaves
this morning by B.W.1A. for
Puerto Rico on his return journey
to the US.

U.K. Bound

ASSENGERS leaving to-day
for England by the Golfito

are Mr, and Mrs. S. J. Bolhuis
and family, Mr. and Mrs, J. F.
Brancker and family, Miss F. R. G.
Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. S, C.
Connell, Mr. and Mrs. B. N.
Conduit, Mr. and Mrs, T. O
Dowding, Miss F. Dowding, Capt.
Davey, Miss J. L. Duff, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Glendinning, Mr. ana
Mrs. C. D. Hely Hutchinson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McKinstry,
Mrs. E. G. Macintyre, Miss
A. D. MacIntyre, Rev. Mother
E. Parkinson, Mrs. F. Sumner,
Miss Ann Turner, Mrs. W.
Woodhouse and Miss R. Walker.

Back to Trinidad
M* “SONNY” BOLAND, Civil
Controller attached to the
Director of Civil Aviation in
Trinidad returned to Trinidad
yesterday afternoon after spend-
ing three months in Barbados. He
was stationed at Seawell Airport
during Lt. Jim Parris’ stay in
Trinidad.
Mr. Parris was on a training
gouvee in Aerodrome Traffic Con-
rol.

Talking Point
Life without industry is guilt:

industry without art is brutal-
ity. —Ruskin.







BY THE WAY. -.- By Beachcomber

fWHE British Medical Associa-

tion was informed in a lecture
the other day that eyebrows were
given to ladies to divert drops of
berspiration from the eyes, and
that to tear them out is like “tear-
ing down the guttering from a roof
and allowing the rain-water to
eascade over the windows.” That
would be a good opening for a shy
young man sitting next to a girl.
He might go on: “And to cut your
hair short is like tearing the thatch
off an old cottage. Furthermore,
the stain on your lips is like the
blood from raw meat smeared over
the door of a potting-shed.” That
ought to break the ice.



CROSSWORD



Across .

t Looks tidy in the forest’ (6)

5. An alternative to this used
paint (3)

i Times Tony bore witness wm)

10, Ordinary wine or for the soldiers
mesa? (9)

12 In which you may find the story
cf a broken life. (4)

13 Ships cant. (4)

14 Starting without pain. (3)

15 What is the cleric buying in the |
sac * (6)

17 ANY paim may snow it (4)

18 Old advice. (4) 1Â¥. Draw. (4

20 1 assess it as ane? (5)

2) Resting place. (4)

22..4 girl and her vote

Down
1. Code tasks in these enclosures

where ? (5

(9) 4. Puncture (Â¥
4 Make use of. (7)
4 such a plant produces @ nice
aria. (#)
6 Posed around me aria dalancea
(6) 6. Sign on! (6
6 Mean part of trae horse? (4)
Â¥ Farmers. (6)
11. Pashionabie to De on it. (4)
16 As slang as darn (4)
Solon of yesterday s puzzie Across
i Accent Biorat. & Boulder. 9 Un
mew 12 Neat tBtna:. 14 Savage
lrade j3€ Due 17 Rate 1X Omit 2
Nefamir nd Ex



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Plevate, 4 Ten



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Kotte



YOUR SHOE STORE

THE ADVENTURES

) “What is his name?”








blue
your

“Just old this
Litmus paper in
mouth a moment,”

ena
London Sapress Service

Same Plane

R. LIONEL GITTENS flies to

St. Lucia to-day by B.W.1.A.
on a week's visit. Leaving by the
same plane but going on to Mar-
tinique are Miss Loisa Hayot and
her sister Marie-Jose who have
been spending a short holiday in
Barbados for the purpose of
learning English.

Leaves Today 9

RS. GERTRUDE WILLIAMS turers



who arrived here June 27th
leaves this morning for Jamaica
Mrs, Williams is a lecturer in
Social Economics. Her visit was
sponsored by the Extra-Mural
Department of the University
Coliege of the WI. and the
British Council.
Last night she teok pari in a
Brains Trust at the British Coun-

Trinidad and Tobago

R. and MRS, BUNNY TAY-
LOR and their baby daughter
are leaving to-da to spend a
short holiday in Trinidad, Accom-
Panying them are Mr, Mike
Taylor and Mrs. M. Royer. They

expect to return on July 22nd.

Leaving by the same ‘plane
were Mr. and Mr Poppa Daysh
who are going to spend three

weeks in Tobago



OF

Mrs. Glapiron asks

Questions
“GIT down, Mr.—er—Banton-
Detmold,” said Mrs. Glapiron,
of the Animal Dental Welfare
Division, “Now what is the extent
of your ferretry?” “How do you

mean?”
housing
small

“Is it a large ferretry,
many occupants, or a
group-unit, housed separ-
ately?” “They aren't housed, if
that’s what you mean, but they
can get into a group all right. [|
don’t see why not.” “But how ¢>
they live?” “What do you mean,
how? They just live like any othe:
ferrets,” “Does nobody look after
them?” “My cousin helps.”
“Snadwall,”
“It can't be—surely.” “I don’t see
why not, Leonard Snadwall.”
“So he feeds them?” “No, he

doesn’t. They're not babies. They
feed themselves.” “What on?”
“Station fruit. We live near the

Station, and you can take ‘em in a
szck to the buffet when all’s quiet.”

“And one of these ferrets broke
his teeth on a bun?” “That's it.”
“I'll send you back to Mr. Suet”
Who was it?
L" you want to read how
“charwoman”, with her
“braces” dangling down beneath

her apron, evaded the secret police
by joining in a motor-rally on the
Riviera, begin tomorrow the as-
tonishing story of Rujo Mdoti
Master Spy. The story takes you
to the underground spy-rings of





Rupert and Simon—25

Leaving Simon, who is working
steadily, Rupert sets off to what he
thinks is the shortest way to the
village. He crosses the hill and
trots along happily. ‘'! hope this
is the way,"’ he thinks. ‘1 don't
seem to know these slopes at all,”
Then he spies a familiar figure

Selection

Y

also

‘

A few Black and Silver Brocade EVENING
at prices from $14.35

WHITFIELNS

15, BROAD ST

of

dei Day-Frocks

Caub Calling



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Architects in England and Seot-
land is Lt. Comdr. Hayward of
Trinidad, He is President of the
Trinidad Football Association and
also a life Vice-President of the



Trinidad A.A.A. Last Saturday he @

was at Enfield, North London, to
watch Eileen King, the young
sprint champion from his colony,
running her first race in Britain
On this return to Trinidad Lt
Comdr. Hayward will leave
almost immediately for a confer-
ence of Caribbean Football Asso-
ciationg which is to be held in
Porto Rico during the last week
in September, At this conference
it is hoped to form a Caribbean
Football Association for the pro-
motion of International Matches
in the area. “We are hopeful that
it will lead the way to a British

West Indies Athletic Federation
perhaps even in time for Hel-
sinki”, Commander Hayward
said.
Business Deal
N England to negotiate the
purchase of machinery for
the concentrated orange juice

factory which ‘it is proposed to
erect in British Honduras is Mr.
H. R. Sharp of Jamaica, During
the next couple of weeks he will
consult various British manufac-
about orders which will
total between £25,000 and £30,000,

After Two Months
M* and MRS. JAMES VALLA-

DARE and three children
accompanied by Mrs. M. Valla-
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will be staying with their son
Dick and his wife in South Trini-
dad. They are due to leave for
Trinidad this afternoon and
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days.

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ands, reached the brink. Who was
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Colonel Campilio or his double?

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! hear that a disgruntled Com-
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gruntled ones nowadays on the
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Myself: Pray do not report me
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I hear that a disgruntled Com-
munist wants to start a War Con-
gress. He says that since every-
body knows that the word peace

used to mean war by his party,
the word war might induce people
to think that peace was what was
neant,

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A DARK patch on the sea was
4 reperted to be a mass of fish
xtending cight miles by five.
ihey turned out, says the report,
» be hake, They would



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@ From page 1

The Commissioner:
you discover
hut was missing?

Mr, Tudor: One load was put on
top of another. When Mr. Worrs
Started to dissect the stuff he th
found out that part of the hut
was missing

How J

that some part of a



The Commissioner; What did
he report to you was missing?

Mr. Tudor: He said that part
of the floor and some _ rafters
were missing.

The Commissioner: Did he
tell you how many feet of lum-
ber were missing?

Mr. Tudor: He did not. He
said that the approximate value
was 80 to 90 gollars.

The Commissioner: Was any
portion of the smaller hut miss-
ing?

Mr. Tudor: No. Worrell told
me that no part of this was miss-
ing.

The Commissioner; Was it
possible that part of the missing
portion of one of the huts, or
that portion, could have been
stolen from the Reef?

Mr. Tudor: I had watchmen
employed day and night, but it
could have happened. Neither
one of them ever made any re-
port to me. It was Mr. Worrell
himself who made the report to
me of the missing portion.

The Commissioner; Do
say it was possible?

Mr. Tudor: Yhat district is a
very peculiar district.

you

The Commissioner; Was it
possible for some portion of the
hut to be stolen from the Reef
if the watchman was not doing
his work properly?

Mr. Tudor: It would be pos-
sible but I doubt it as these men
were very keen on their job.
The Commissioner: There was

no check made at all of the
quantity of the material on the

lorries when at Seawell or at the
Reet?

Mr. Tudor: No.

The Commissioner: You did

not think it necessary to try and
get the servic. of your Building
Supervisor?

Mr. Tudor: I thought it wus
outside the scope of the Vestry’s
work for one reason, and—

The Commissioner: Not even
when Worrell reported to you
that something was missing? Did
you not think it necessary to get
the Supervisor to check up <
whether Worrell was right or
wrong?

Mr. Tudor: I do not think he
would have known

Size Of Hut

The Commissioner: You had
figures as to the size of the hut

Mr. Tudor; Only Worrell knew
how he had cut it up.

The Commissioner;
tioneer at some time
the sale of 13 huts.
only 12 were sold,

Mr. Tudor: I cannot tell you
how many were advertised to be
sold nor can I tell you how many
were sold.

The Commissioner; Do you re-
member that at a meeting of the
Vestry in September 1950 it was
stated that “the Vestry are unable
to decide whether there were
three or four huts purchas
Mr. Tudor on one occasion ¢
the investigation stated that four
huts were purchased and on
another occasion he stated that
there were only three?’

Mr. Tudor: That came about
this way. I was called upon
suddenly to account for these huts
somewhere around September. I
bought a hut in June 1949, and
this meeting took place in Septem-
ber after a letter had been receiv-
eq from the Social Welfare Offi-
cer.

The Commissioner : Did you not
remember how many huts you had
bought?



id see

The auc-
advertised
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BACKGROUND



some
s bor

vague

four

Mr. Tudor : had

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rhe Commissioner : Did you not
a note of what you bought?

Mir. Tudor: I only looked at the
ransaction as I told you before.

I was told to purchase the huts
ind I did so I had no written
records I told the Vestry that
if I had purchased four huts I
had sold two to Mrs. Martineau.
That was my first story. I next

said that if I had purchased three
? had sold Mrs. Martineau one.

Bought 5 Huts

The Commissioner: It would
seem from what has been said that

ou bought five huts. Two were
disposed at the date of the sale to
Mrs. Martineau, one was sold to
her afterwards and two you kept.

Mr, Tudor: Thet would be
striclly correct.

The Commissioner: At the pre-
sent moment we must arrive at the
conclusion that it is only a portion
of the big hut that has been lost.

Mr, Tudor: Yes.

Attorney General: Mr. Mottley
had asked you at the meeting
whether the Vestry knew_anything
about the purchase of the huts,
and you said ‘no’. Did they even-
tually know that you had pur-
chased them ?

Mr. Tudor: I told them at a

meeting in September. I had
bought the huts in June.
Attorney General: Was Mr.

Majtley present at that meeting ?
Mr, Tudor: Yes.
Attorney General: Was Mr.

Weatherhead present also?

Mr. Tudor: I cannot remember
the names.

Attorney General: At that
meeting did either one of the
members then or subsequently,
ask you why and by whose
authority you had purchased the
huts ?

Mr. Tudor: No.

Attorney General: It was
cepted then that you had purchas-
ed them for the erection of the
Princess Alice Playing Field ?

Mr. Tudor: Yes.

Original Scheme

Attorney General: I believe
that the original scheme was for a
building 40 ft. x 20 ft. and that
you were to get a hut from the
Mental Hospital. Was that so?

ace

Mr, Tudor: I know nothing
about that hut. That came into
the picture when 1 had almost
completed the work

Attorney General: Were you
ever asked by either vestryman

why you had changed your origin-
al scheme ?

Mr, Tudor: No one said any-
thing to me about it.

Attorney General: Were you
ever asked at a Vestry meeting
whether you had submitted any

accounts ?

Mr. Tudor: T was not asked by
any rember of the Vestry or of
the Playing Fields’ Committee.

Attorney General: 1 think you
said yesterday that you did not
consider this work fell strictly
within Mr. Ramsay’s jurisdiction
because it was not a Vestry mat-
ter In 1948, however, the Ves-
tries’ Act was amended so as to
provide that vestries might estab-
lish, maintain and manage play-
ing fields, etc. Did you not think
therefore that the work you were
doing at the playing field was a
matter concerning the Vestry and
as such Mr. Ramsay ?

Mr. Tudor: As I said yesterday
Mr. Ramsay and I do not get on.

Attorney General: Well then

Say so

Mr. Walcott: I do not know if
My Learned Friend is making a
point

Building Inspector

Attorney General: All I would
say at this stage is that if Mr.
Tudor did not have any differ-
ence with Mr. Ramsay he would
have called him in at some stage
of the work and ask him if the



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Mr. Ramsay were or

Mr. Tudor: Certainly
The Commissioner: You would





have called him in to inspect the
uild before it was ren ed?
Mr. Tudor: Before I bought it.
Mr. J. T. C. Ramsé st
called

Atterney General: You are em-
ployed by the Vestry
Mr. Ramsay: | ar at
Building Supervisor and Overs
pf the parish of St. Michae

Attorney General: When wer
you appointed to this post?

Mr. Ramsay: Aboui 1948 at
end of Mr. C. C. Browne’s regime
as Churchwarden of the parish. I






went in with Mr. D. G. Leacock
Jnr., the new Churehwarden
Attorney General: What were

your duties?

Mr. Ramsay: I cc t ‘
was anything specific. I had to do
what the Churchwarden called on
me to do.

Attorney General: In the first
year did you supervise any builcd-
ings or carry oul ny Cy {



not thi

the Vestry?
Mr. Ramsay: I did not think
there was anything done | Mi



Leacock that I did not supervi:
Attorney General: When Mr

Tudor became Churchwarden were

you asked by him to supervise the

work?
Urfinished

Mr. Ramsay: When Mr. Leacock
went out of office he le |
ing partly finished t
house with the stipulation that
after three or six months the
tractor would get the ance of
his money. Mr. Tudor never called
on me about that, 1 know the man
has been paid and the work ha
been done contrary in mony in-
stances to how I arranged it shoul
have been done.

Attorney General: Were
ever asked by the Churchwarden
to do anything in connection witi
the Princess Alice Playing Field

Mr. Ramsay: Yes. From the
time Mr. Tudor came into office
I got a notebook and made not«
of what he asked m@ to do fron
day to day,




con-



you



I have noted: “Friday, 7th Oct
ber, 1949, visited ’warden’s offi
Cierk teld me not to go un

til I had seen ‘warden. Waited un-
til I had seen ‘warden. H¢
arrangemenis for me to suf
work at Reef recrestion grou
done by Worrell and said I woulk
see plans and specifications on
Monday 10th.”

“T noticed in the newspaper this
morning that Mr. Tudor has said
that I asked for blue prints.
never asked for such a thing. ¢







ing to the way Mr. Tudor
conducting the parish’s work I
was afraid that something

what is happening to-day)
take place and I guarded my

“I have also in my notebook
Monday 10th visited ‘warden’:
office 10.30; saw ‘warden 11.45
waited until 12.15. He inquired if
I had seen Worrell, I told him I
had not yet seen Worrell. He said
he had not seen him that morning.
He told me to go and he would
let Worrell contact me up to !



o'clock. I did not see Worrell.
Tuesday 11th, visited 'warden
office Dic not meet Worrell
neither did I see him to get the
sketch or specification for the
work at the Reef. Got to ’warde

office 11.05, waited until 1.45
Attorney General: Were
notes made at the time?
Mr. Ramsay: Yes. In the office
“I go on, Wednesday 16th, visited
‘warden's office, I told him TI did
not see Worrell about the work at
the Reef. He said that he would
see him. That is the last I have in
my book about Mr. Worrell’s work
Mr. Worrell after brought a piece
of paper to me about 12
equare or thereabout

Unsatisfactory

Attorney General: You said that
Mr. Worrell produced this piece

the

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t € wW th Play no vimber of the ts that
Mr. Ramsay: |! not Field the Ree ere t Seawe
t t t Mr. Ramsay f Mr. Ramsay: I knew nothir
had to for the Vestry) t St. M t e hut I
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ever asked after this incident fo ! se side. was taken out and was;
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rk was pros ‘The Commissioner; You kept & The Attorney General: Do y
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me ory, ir ua as never to . as + T
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playing field. That would have |The Commissioner: Have you @ Attorney General: Do yi
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Mr. Worrell had Mr. around that part of a hut was
his hands from the time missing, and had gone to Welches. | 9%
upervise any work during the posal of huts from Seawell to the
Churchwardenship of Mr. Tudor? Reef?

Mr. Ramsay: When it was a Mr. Ramsay: Yes. Huts which
small job kh Tudor sent me. were bought by the Vestry for the
When it was a big job it was a Playing Field.
different matter. I remember at The Commissioner; Were there
one time there was some work rumours that those huts wer
being done by Mr. Worrell at the diverted to places other than the
P which I thought was being Playing Field?
done wrong. Mr. Tudor sent me to Mr. Ramsay; Yes.

Vir. Worrell to have this work The Commissioner; Why didi
one as I wanted, but Mr. Worrell that cause you to maka notes]
tol{ me to go back and! tell Mr. about Mr. Tudor?

4,

Tudor that if he wanted it changed Mr. Ramsay: That and

lo it hin

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Park and Worrell told him that ii
Tudor Mr. Tudor wanted the work

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other |
things. On one occasion, he told
Worrell about some work which
was not done properly at Queen’s
|
} d that he and you do not altered he would have to do it |
get on well. himself. I never heard any more
Mr. Ramsay: I have never had about it and came to the conclu- |
an altercat with him, but I do sion from interviews with Worrell {
not deny that Mr. Tudor would that he had Mr. Tudor under him |
find it difficult to get on with me The Commissioner: What do you
Mr. Walcott: For sorne reason or mean by that? x J i
ther he did not get on with you, res
y Mr. Ramsay; It seemed that the x LADIES
Mr. Ramsay: I think it was beg, Churchwarden instead of direct- &
use I did not fit into the sehemé ing Worrell, Worrell was directing ) ¢ '
of thins As far as I know we him. The tail was wagging the
were a on the t of terms, dog and I was afraid of it. \
Mr. Walcott: Did he appear to The Commissioner; You mean
have an ng against you? by that that the money was im- The. Fine :
Mr. Ramsay: I do not know that properly spent? J ae inest aes
he did, but he would hardly speak Mr. Ramsay: Yes. STRAW BRAIDS
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to me. He did not treat me as The Commissioner: In a specific The Latest in Styles
though I v wanted or general way? ;
Mr, Waleett: How cid you get on Mr. Ramsay: In my _ opening for
ith Mr. Worrell vemarks I said that if Government ‘Coc .
y Mr. Ramsay: From the time Mr. money was being spent in con- coc KTAILS oF
Tudor became Churehwarden he nection with the Playing Field, ! WEDDINGS
hardly looked at me. think that there was going to be

Mr. Walcott: Was
good workman?

Mr. Ramsay: I am not prepared
to comment whether he was good

Mr. Worrell a an inquiry because Government
like to see every “scratchey” fo!

work done,

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or bad. He had to take a lot of Plan Of Work
watching to have my work done
the way I wanted it The Commissioner; Do you
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Terms Sepetore any work was done at th ‘

ibs Reef?

The Attorney General: Have Mr. Ramsay: Yes
you rece ved a letter from the The Commissioner: As far as
Vestry pointing out or setting out you were aware, there was m

the terms of your appointment plan?







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memory, I received a letter from 1 direct plan, I meant a sort oO
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The Commissioner: Do you re- ove, oo eo cae RE HN % In Colours to Match
, ever go to Seawell to see the huts. | 3s tip
gard Mr. Worvell as a reliable con- — Mr. Ramsay: I have been to Sea-} 9 Any Ensemble.
tractor 4 ; nt : rt?
well in my capacity as a member] %
Mr. Ramsay; I do not think J o¢ the House of Assembly, but not s e
had sufficient to do with him to j, connection with these huts x . ‘ ;
GXPTESA AM OPAUON. The Commissioner: Did yout? THE MODE RN
The Commissioner; How long ,now anything of the sale of these [& 4 Ud
had he been working with the, huts? % Tal 1 ) '
Vestry ig Mr. Ramsay: I read in the |e Ny i
Mr. Ramsay: He did a little papers that the huts were for ale x 4
ork during the time Mr. D. G.f{ haq a chat with Mr. Duguid anc } >}
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HARD PAYMENTS

PUBLIC convenience does not seem to
be regarded as the criterion of some ser-
vices rendered by various offices and other
establishments in this island. A look at
the disposition and. the working of the
parochial offices is evidence in support of
this statement,

Much of the difficulty experienced by
taxpayers in the country parishes could be
minimised if greater consideration were
given to the situation of many of these
offices and to the concentration of all paro-
chial business at sub post-offices.

The case of the taxpayers in St. Joseph is
particularly worthy of attention.

The office of the Parochial Treasurer of
St. Joseph is at Bathsheba near the Powell
Spring Hotel. It is not easily understand-
able why the Post Office, the Parochial
Dispensary and the Rectory should find
convenient places near Horse Hill while
the Parochial Treasurer’s Office should be
under the hills at Bathsheba.

There are people living in the parish on
the borders of St. Andrew, St. Thomas and
St. John, who have to travel down the hills
and back up again when paying taxes.

Cyclists must ride long distances over
hilly roads and walk back up; men who are
masons and carpenters working outside
the pansh from the early hours in the
morning until late in the evening cannot
easily pay bicycle licences. When they
leave work the office has been closed and
it is never open when they are ready to
leave for work.

People sometimes lose a day’s employ-
ment in order to go the Parochial
Treasurer’s.

to

The situation is not without its remedy.
It has already been pointed out that great-
er use could be made of the Post Offices
by those who pay taxes to the Central Gov-
ernment. Gun and rum licenses are now
paid into the Treasury but this could be
done at the District Post Offices as easily
and the deposits for the Government Sav-
ings Bank would not entail a drive to the
City with the consequent loss of a day’s
work.

It might be argued that one tax would
be parochial and the other for Government
but there is no reason why the receipt book
of the Treasurer could not be signed and
the funds handed over by the Post Office
clerk. On the other hand it should not be
too difficult for a member of the staff of
the Parochial Treasurer to be delegated
once or twice a week to receive taxes at the
Post Office. And there is no reason why
the simple accommodation of a desk should
not be provided by the Government if it
means the convenience of the general pub-
lic,

There is precedent for the collection of
funds for the Central Government by the
Parochial Offices and the reverse now
would only be reciprocal treatment. The
only criterion in this matter should be the
proper accommodation of the public who
pay for the upkeep of the Government and
of the parochial establishments.



UGLY

THERE is a spate of building going on
in and around Bridgetown and with the
exception of the building regulations of the
Highways Commissioners of St. Michael
there is no over all effective authority to
control or direét and give uniformity.

It is clear that there should have been
some such authority as was recommended
by the Stanley Report of 1942. A look at
the stores in Broad Street will prove that
building has been allowed to take place
without any aim at regularity. In some
instances buildings are set back five or six
feet from the roadway allowing for proper
footpaths: in others the store doors are
on the road with a two-foot pathway in
some instances,

If this patchwork system of building
according to the individual iastes of the
owners is continued, Bridgetown, already
unsightly because of lack of uniformity
will become worse.

There are those who will object to leg-
islation on the ground that restriction will
mean an infringement of the right of the
citizen to do as he likes with his property.
In answer it will be realised that that right
degenerates into license when it incon-
interferes with the
Bridgetown
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



SHERWOOD .. AUDEN ..SPENDER

|

Three

(By PETER DACRE)

Let me introduce three
ia lot just lately:
\Isherwood, Mr.
‘Auden, and Mr.
~*~ They have
linked with
mats, Guy
Maclean.
Their

Wystan

all been
the missing
Burgess and
friendships have
to solve the mystery.

Who are these men? They
were friends in their undergradu-
ate days; now they are
across the globe, linked
their past.

The Heavenly
Twins

| ISHERWOOD,

in the 1930's,

built his reputa-

tion as a novelist

In collabora-
tion with Auden

they were
called the hea-
venly twins”—he
was als6 a play-

wright.
Now, at 46, he
‘s an American

only by



citizen living in a
Californian camp
founded
ehain-store mii-
to give
artists, writers,
and musicians a
chance to devel-
op their talents,

| He last met Burgess in 1941,
when they “drank quite a bit and
talked of the old days.”

“Was Burgess a Communist?”
asked Isherwood, “Well, like the
rest of us, he was very much in
favour of a United Front and Red
Spain and so forth.

“Naturally, when we were on
the side of the Spanish Govern-

by a

lionaire

ment it meant, don’t you see,
that we were pretty favourable
towards Russia. How could it be

otherwise? It

ing.”

went without say-

Pleasure First

From Repton, Isherwoog
to Cambridge, with an
year history scholarship.

THERE HE NEGLECTED
EVERYTHING EXCEPT PLEAS-
URE, NOVEL WRITING, AND A
FRIEND WITH WHOM HE LIVED
IN AN “ABSORBING PRIVATE
WORLD.”

Wihen he sat for his tripos, he
answered all the questions with
nonsensical limericks and blank
verse and so achieved his aim of
getting himself sent down.

He visited Auden at Oxford,
where Stephen Spender met them
both.

A little later Isherwood
to Berlin, where he lived
slum tenement.

Lived Poorly

IN HIS autobiography, Spend-
er says Isherwood lived there
“very poorly, scarcely spending
more than eightpence on a meal,
He ate horseflesh and lung soup.
“He had a peculiarity of be-

ing attractively disgusted and
amiably bitter,” recalls Spend-
er. He hated middle-class life.
He and Spender became inter-

went
£80-a-

went
in

a



gentle-
men who have been in the news
Mr. Christopher
Hugh
Stephen Spender
publicly
diplo-
Donald

been
probed for clues which might help

scattered

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Stephen Spender. a fireman during the war, chattea
with the Queen when she visited the Churchill Club
1944

ested in politics when a friend
joined the Communist Party. To-

gether they saw Russian films
showing “the images of the New
Life. os

Then, in 1939, Isherwood and
Auden went to America, They
sampled New York’s intellectual
ociety, found it wanting and re-
treated to a slum district.

Studied Yoga

LATER Isherwooa went to
Hollywood and became a screen
writer. With Aldous Huxley and
John Van Druten, he lived tor a
tinfe in a Hindu temple, study-
ing Yoga and sitting cross-legged
in meditation.

Like Auden, he declared, when
war came, that he would not re-
turn to Britain, and in Parlia-
ment a member urged that they
should be summoned back and
called up.

Across the sea in sunny Italy,
Auden, now 44, lives in a white-
painted house on the island of
Ischia. He went to school with
Maclean.

Surrounded by purple bougain-
villea and geraniums, he Said of
Burgess recently: —

“While he was at the Embassy
in Washington he was still pro-

Communist,”

At Oxford Auden was some-
thing of a legend.
He hated the daylight. He

would sit in a curtained room, a
table lamp at his elbow, a green
eye-shade over his weakly pig-
mented eyes which, says Spender,
were ‘set closely together, so
that he gave the impression of
watchfully squinting.”
Fantastic Fads

ALWAYS he had “fantastic

fads.”



(range Men



Isherwood left) and Auden
leaving ior China together in
1938.

When his doctor told him to
walk little as possiblq he
»-ompdly went for 30-mile hikes

Auden became the wonder-boy
of the pre-war poets. If you saw
the film “Night Mail,” you may
remember his rhymed comment
ary which started: —

This is the night mail cross-
ing the barder

Bringing the cheque and the
postal order.

During the Spanish war he
drove an ambulance, Later, with
Isherwood, he went to China and
had tea with the Chiang Kai-
Sheks. He also became an Am-
erican citizen and joinec the U.S
Army.

In a lake-side village in North-
ern Italy Spender told the other
day how Burgess had telephoned
to him in London to congratulate
him on his new book.

“He said it described exactly
the development of his own at-
titude to Communism,” _ saic
Spender. “The book is strongly
anti-Communist,

A Red Tice

AT Oxford, Spender’s fellow-
students disappointed him. “I
took my revenge by becoming
self-consciously opposite,” he
says.

“I became affected, wore a red
tie, cultivated friends outside the
college, was, unpatriotic, and de-
clared myself a_ pacifist.

“I aped my own exhibitionism
effeminacy, rootlessness, and lack
of discipline.” He found it
impossible to overcome his shy-
ness, “even to the extent of go-
ing alone into a pub.”

Largely through Isherwood’s
influence, Spender left Oxford
to “write and live.” He went
to Germany, then returned to
mix with the exotic blooms of
Bloomsbury.

He joined the Communist Par-
ty, but it was an uneasy honey-
moon, and he soon lost faith.

Intriguing
THESE are the men who knew
Burgess and Maclean, How far
do their lives reflect those of the
missing diplomats?
Did Burgess think politically
along the same line? And did he

go forward where the_ others
shrank back?

That is one of today’s most
intriguing questions.

—L.E.S.



When Men Talk And
Women Stay To Listen

IN these days when’ everyone
brags about his humble origin
(even Harold Macmillan is apt to
brandish a Scottish labourer
ancestor) it is good to see that a
charming young lady is to wed the
Marquis of Blandford.

For one thing it removes him
from the realm of romantic con-
jecture.

A duke on his dukedom

EVENTUALLY he will become
the Duke of Marlborough and will
take over the historic Palace of
Blenheim which is now on view
at a reasonable entrance fee, and
where the trees leading down to
the water are (so I am _ told)
arranged according to the disposi-
tion of the great duke’s forces at
the Battle of Blenheim,

MANY years ago I met the late
Duke of Marlborough, and found
him rather pensive and not parti-
cularly forthcoming until I asked
him what it felt like to be a duke.

His eyes lit up as he exclaimed:
“Goethe said that ‘f he were not
Goethe he would like to be an
English duke.”

Then with the brilliance that
runs through the Churchill strain
he held forth on the absurdities,
the difficulties, and the glories of
dukedom.

Quite obviously no one had ever
asked him that question.











And an admiral on his victory

1 REMEMBERED this in the
war when I went to a dinner of
about ten people at a restaurant
and met Admiral Sir Henry
Harwood who had so gloriously
sunk the Graf Spee a few weeks
before.

With that curious English social
tradition that one must not ask a
lion to roar, no one made any
reference to the famous naval
action,

They talked about things and
personalities of which the admiral
knew nothing and felt that some-
how they were upholding the
dignity of being English.

The fact that he was bored and
ignored meant nothing.

SO I decided to try the Marl-
borough technique again. “Do
you mind talking about the
Graf Spee?” I asked the admiral

He woke up with a bang, and,
seizing a glass, then a spoon and
a knife, he said: “This was ‘the
position of Ajax, here was Exeter,
there was Achilles, and the Graf
Spee was down there.”

Then for 15 minutes he gave :
vivid and thrilling account of the
battle with a manipulation of
cutlery and glassware that had

the waiters goggle-eyed!

| Stable boy and organ-grinde1
WHAT
a

Ry BEVERLEY BAXTER

And why should a lion have to

listen to the mewing of mere
kittens?
If only women would realise

that men want to talk about
themselves how easy their lives
and conquests would be.

POLITICIANS of course need
no adventitious aid in this regard
and therefore we were not wholly
surprised when the suave, slim
Antony Head (more or less ear-
marked for the War Office in the
next Tory Government) coolly
informed the House last week that

he was once a stable boy and led
a horse round the paddock at
Ascot.

Probably he would have become
a trainer if one of the horses had
not taken a dislike to him and
bitten him so severely that he
bears the marks to this day.

After that he thought it would
be safer to rejoin the Army and
make it his career,

NOW I look forward to the day
when Sir William Darling, who
always wears a wing collar and is
aipt to sport a topper in the House,
will say: “When I played a barrel-
organ in London it occurred to
me Mr. Speaker that democracy
was a many-sided affair.”

When Darling came out of the
19i4-18 war he took out a barrel-

organ one day to observe the
world to the accompaniment of
music,

THE first time I met him was in

the 1920's when he arrived at a
country house for the weekend
with a frock-coat and. silk hat

which he wore even when walk-
ing round the golf course.

“You golfers wear a uniform
of your own,” he said. “I am a
draper and this is my uniform.”

Arnold Bennett might have
wfitten another version of “The
Card” if he had met William

Darling.

Not enough just to be dumb

LISTENING, of course, is
almost as subtle an art as talking.
It is not enough to sit quietly and
remain dumb—although this has
its merits.

One of the hardest things on
the stage is to teach an actor to
listen, yet it is one of the supreme
essentials of his art.

Of course on the stage it
harder than in real life because
the actor already knows what the

is

other actor is going to say, but
even in normal existence we are
not always taken by surprise
when our friends and_ relatives

talk to u

IRENE DUNNE is the best

She has a Serene beauty, a sense
of fun, and a genuine curiosity.

So completely is she herself
that although she has lived for
years in Hollywood it has made
no impression upon her.

After meeting Miss Dunne a

feeTs Tike Sheridan, who said to a
pretty young lady: “Come into my
garden. I want my roses to see
you”—surely the most charming
compliment ever paid by man to
woman,

‘Zounds! I talk like an angel’

SYLVIA MAXWELL FYFE,
wife of the redoubtable Sir David,
is also a_ listener of the highest
order,

As she is a sister of Rex Har-
fison it is possible that she is a
skilful actress, but I have known
men who have been her guests to
feel like the young baronet in the
Restoration comedy who remarks
to the audience:
like an angel!”

THERE is another woman who

is a good listener, but I have
forgotten her name, It is not a
gift lavishly bestowed by the
gods.

Wise—but among the
pessimists

IT is bad news that Walter
Lippmann, the most distinguished
of American columnists, is to
take a rest for some months,

He intends to write a book, but
his wise, knowledgeable com-
ments on international affairs will
be missed by readers not only in

the U.S. but far beyond _ its
borders.
HE has come over to Londo

from time to time, a handsome
thoughtful man deeply concerned
with the mounting tragedy of man-
kind.

Today he must be numbered
among the pessimists, which is a
pity, for the world needs faith,

The theory of two worlds

IF war comes Lippmann has no
doubt America will win but that
chaos will follow.

Therefore he sees as the only
hope a long-term division of the
world into two spheres of influ-
ence—Russian and Allied, with
mutually profitable trade between
them and the propaganda war
reduced from volcanic hatreq to
icy dislike. “I have not given up
hope,” he says, “that this is about

what Stalin means. by co-exis-
tence.”
To which Lippmann adds that

what the two spheres want is an
agreed divorce, not a marriage.
Let us‘hope that so fine a mind
will soon bec impatient and



—L.E.S.

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hi

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aying 4 1e ¢ { nquiry Mr. Maynard: N ne fr, Mottley: Did I tell you that Mr. Walcott: Did th ie } ‘
= 7 es ey ee ag «ue age thre Se : vums @GQ° For that rich
@ From page 3 The Attorney General: Do you tel here nber he er ° ; a
kn 1arles Worrel Mr. Maynard: There d Mr. Mottley: You are acquainted spot } Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth and Loose
a chance to have me¢ I = y tchr night watchn the ott wrth : . : reeth mean that you have Pyorrhea
nena ons te i Mayne ard: y e al ae ta as . ver Vestrymet Did The Commissicner ) u} Trench Mouth or perhaps some bad disease savoury flavour g
vent to 1 ul wT » General The Attorney General: Where 5 is t tt v ot them? ww that ere t Seawe]}? | hat will sooner or later cause your teeth
told me to k , an ‘ th aff stor hich Mr. Mayn-rd: | this Mi . : eawell: | to fall out and may also cause Rheumatism
Mr. Waicott t ex cin = i on jot penbived ?: A ae \fter ee h Mr M INK s¢ vir. Bruce: eV iw then }and Heart Trouble. Amosan stops gum |
; : r. Ma nard: He is a contract ived fre e various firms d r tune r, Maynard con- The Commiss “r: Did voy see) Dleeding the first day, ends sore mouth
ine the house at W ae aa ae tl hatte oe tha cutive . Mr. Maynard: Some on the pas- tinued to give evidence a alae ae ae ee Did you se@) gn quickly tightens the teeth. Iron clad
Mr. Ramsay: No. If | ve was in charge of the entire ture and some i ; The Commissioner : 1y douglas fir at the Reef guarantee. Amosan must make your
; . Si onstruction of the building ure and some in an improvised e Commissioner: How much + Mr. Bruce: I cannot remember. | Mouth well and save your teeth or
a fee then I would do The Attorney Genere yy You building erected by Mr. Worrell of the flooring was used ? Mr, Fitzgerald Murray, lorry ieee a non eet tieie serene
Mr. Walcott: You passed in 5 senera®: = *Ou "The Attorney Ge: :D Mr. Maynard: Abou gerald ' orry | age. Get Amosan from y :
: > ee id t part of your duties in- le Attorney General: Did you . omens About 60 per (river, gave evidence next. A, m1 eee. teats
car and * wo Kman j ast sai u ‘ the iper ion. of 4] ad check the t it e stor cer the floor ng was hut tim- op The Attorney General: What is osan you.
was piece of the hut from Scea- 4). ed ee Aut. Sadr sian Mr. Maynard: Ye ber About 75 per cent of the’the number of your lorry? bes Pyorrhea—Tr nch Mouth
well or words to that effect? er em} i Mr. Mottley: During your tern Tooling was used from Seawell Mr. Murray: 1895
nployed $ ieee pene,



Mr. Ramsay: Yes timber

"ian : , of office > huts from ve :
: Mr. Maynard: Between 7 and ° > — — wen 1 : oe . Attorney General: Do you know |
< :* Vou } A : . . . re del “red? . . , 9 : . |
- eae You kno 50 w — = re ¢ s —_ S ge ge 4 : a i © worrell Did you have any| ‘
nere was any rum if t wT} . r Mir, VMaymard: No we 1cr ave anythin Oo oO wi ea *
; I t The Attorney “neral: What . = ‘i . & 7 contract with him or »moving
whether the wood was part of the tI Penge tr ai veral: What on October 17 and the ht ere Checking of the huts? the hut? oC
hut which was to be used for the Wy Maynard: They were em- *veady there. During the time 1 Mr. Maynard: I went there Mp. Murray: Yes
Playing Field? pl i Gaaning ve: the vot On there Mr. Tudor told me that ®!ter the huts were delivered. Attorney General: Whe ig |
Mr. Ramsay: I knew not f tt he } wer | ; xe he had taken out a search warrant . ° th: itn . ren was
i i lide Ma

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about it whatsoever. the 1a for part of a missing hut Huts Missing Mr. Murray: Sometime in 1949 Photo Cards | Make that stew really tasty >

i : Mr. Mottley: About how lon 4 ; a : . with just a little Marmite !
1e «6Attorney Generst: How after vou « ‘ The Commiss : ( Attorney General; There did of Modern British | 5 ne :
Hut ae Off . ensee | Oemnest ilar cats seaee Wiare ie 40k sen 9. ommissioner: Did you , General; Where did < ; Gers | Make it better for you too—















en d this? hear any stories of huts being "®See you i (
2 r. Maynard: About ht of ; russing from Seawell ? Mr. Murray: He came to my Marmite contains the B2
i Pre. en ‘wnere was talk nil veek Mr. Maynard: I think it was a Mr. Maynard: Ther home 4 vitamins that build np
ned’ oH = an oe had arop The Attorney General: Whit couvle of days after. tor y ‘66 : a : . ‘ Mr Motley of eyper eager peop a Sateen Se SORRACS te
von m Ure Vv é thes ? ttle Jere ‘ : : : »y , MOTLEY \ SC of t » te , i Tr »
Seawell. Did you hear if o ; ; ' oe oe le Were there terri- huts bein g either stolen or Jost : eee: 3 + hut he wanted illness. ‘That’s why it’s so
— + you b Ne : via faynard: The a. vage ble altercations etwee! i: likin = x to_move* 3 ood for everyone
als te een, Lad Geek, pet. Maran’ i. 8 — oe. katt yeen Mi The Commissioner: Did you’ mr. Mbarras: He told me the]e g for everyone on bread M
ton or Pickwick, Gap? The \itorney Gintal: Howe Se : b ever see any of the missing huts small hut. ; and butter or in tasty sand-

Mr. Ramsay: No ma Worrell ¢ ‘3 ; anywhere ? » seneral: { :
Mr, Mottley; You ado d t vate ! kn ¥ arrant Issued Mr. Maynard: N« \ttorney General Digs you

Mr. Maynard: 1 dk . agree to any price?
the Commissioner th s Attorney General: You said it any price ’

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os ( The Attorney Ger Ho Mr. Maynard: = understand Mi sine ¢ a > fg ” soups, gravies, sauces and
seriall eat wa aie ae aoe. oe sant, Mane n answer to Mr. Mottley that the Bie liut Moved Ps, gravies, :
ie atu sak at a pepole were empl ae, aes. werent t aneGowernor visited the Reet on sev. 8 / savoury dishes—-and Marmite
: at you oul recting the building? Mr. Worrell’s premises for part of o eins an ake ' baa a ch fi . i
have reported the matter to Mr. Maynard: The number ‘the missing hut ind the }atter w : eral occasions and gave instruc- ur. Murray: No. I went up at does #0 much for good cocking.
. ; m : ” t awn € é tions To whom did he give these yCil aobOur @ oclocKk, ime pig
\ : ried. : ! highly annoyed instructions ? nut was being moved iat @ay.
oa No, I did: The \itorney General: How Mir. Mottley: You were at the Mr. Maynard: To me Atwrney General; How big at
= ‘Mott ae rere mploye it the be- Playing Field from the time the Mr. Oscar Worrell a road con- ‘this hut?
ey: Would you sugges innin building started structor, was the next to give evi- Wir. Murray: Twer > th
that ‘t Vestry ( Mr. Maynard: From memor I ny. WMawnard: 9 1ext to give evi urray: Twenty by thirty reak fast
é he ould | ¢ 101 Mr. a ; om memory, Mr. Mayns : es. dence. Attorney General; Of what did .
2 miss ig of mon vould say about 25 to 3 ey: What sort yun a . 5 ee â„¢ : 9,
oes er would say about 25 to 30. Mir. Motley: What sort of foun- Attorney General: Were you it consist? that builds! Save 'em =| The Vitamin B Yeast Food
Mr. Rg 2 No, b I woul? e \ttorne) Gene : The dation was put dowr ‘mployed by Mr. T ; hans . tes oa ; ’
go further and say that if I hac umber subsequently increased? Mr. Maynard: A number of pil- trae the building of aaltiin voeks bor eee mae 7 Re,vaninee and Swap em... 40 i Made in England
gone to the Churchwarden and he Mr. Maynard: Yes. As the build- Jars went into the earth and for at the Reef? ' Oe, once gee Mee ee Cards in th Seri -
had suspended me, I feel the Ves- ing progressed each of these pillars, five !engths Mr. Worrell: Yes T Ateunas GEE @hae ee 1 2 SEAT AED
try might have dismissed mo The aieeues General: You used of green heart with a circumfer- Attorney General: Was the first je); eal ae by a = “ae | SFPD IPEEEOOPRPIRE PEPE ED LP LELEEEPPPEPPFPOPPF
Mr. Mottley: Do you sugg a certificate and 1e some of ence of nine inches were used. read from the main entrance for ad i a al eek hs a a5 3 x >
that the Vestry might have s- the yer:chers to pay labour? Each pillar had concrete and ex- $1,200 ? "? M M M : ie %
sea , bray: Mir. Gow came 4 ‘ \
missed pin ,without giving 3 * Si i R . i 1 ee metal and the length of Mr. Worrell: Yes cat a ; ten tp Hf "s ata ee 1X %
proper hearing? Sheets ejeectec each piece of green heart wi Attorney General: You subse- See: Fat SEE OOO s CORN FLAKES is
Mr. Ramsay: I felt that the was ' by J between six to seven feet quently tendered again? What eo oo = : How = 1% %
how things were going, when tit Mr. Maynard: Yes. My labour Mr. Mottley: About how many was that for? Aue Me st nere-at the ne tod 1 % x
truth had been fotind out I might He said that the history of that is weeks you spent in putting down Mr, Worrell: That was for a 6 eee ear “Whe 5 a ay x %
have already been gone. that Mr, Pile, the Vestry’s Auditor this foundation? -road on the western side of the Fe Vortey General: When did ¢ ’ ~
Mr. Mottley; Is it a fact that rejected Worrell’s sheets d said Mr. Maynard: It took two to pavilion. It was for $894.72 you finish : * 4
Mr. Tudor = made accusati that I Clerk of Work houla [three weeks _ During that time we Attorney General: Did these Mr. Murray: About 7 o'clock. I iN %
against you at the Vestry? sign then were getting a lot ef rain and very tenders include supplying mate- ®5*°C Duguid if he were leaving % y
Mr. Ramsay: Yes The Attorney General: Why did nthe men were idling. If the rial and labour ? and he.said he had not. finished STOMACH x x
Mr. Mottley; Did the Vestry you sign’? You knew whether tho iin fell before they turned on to Mr. Worrell: Yes and I drove away leaving the 2 - x
dismiss you? nah: Aporiced “or- not work, and continued for many Attorney General ; Do you know “thers upsels x in x
Mr. Ramsay; No. Mr. Maynard: I hive no know- "Urs during the day he would how long it was? Attorney General; What time x
Mr. Mottley; What gave you ledge whether those men worked 0! employ any men,that day, but . Worrell: The one for $1,200 did you get at the Reef? Because so many stomach g :
leave to believe that the Vestry 01 but I signed because I had |! the rain started affer the men was 17,098 square feet, and the Mr. Murray: About 7 o'clock, sufferers have asked abont * COTTON
would fire you? implicit confidence in Mr. Worrell! had begun to work, he had to pay other 3,852 square feet. Attorney General; When you away-from-home relief, De x %
Mr. Ramsay: Somet you are The Attorney Gencral: I take it as a i a they worked a : Ation: yA one Are you re- = there what did you do wit! abet} wate resnerch to wee N
is i : 3 eit ch om : sos vhole day or not. lated to Mr. Charles Worrell? the hut? —" x
right and yet you get the ill the material you signed ¥ py: th ; 7 t . Oy
I was afraid of losing m; was received and was used us pan ener Did the Acting Mr. Worrell: Not that I know. Mr. Murray: I called for the on ee eee tr x and
= ? rovernor Mr. Perowne s . The CG ssi : are Vv "atc n wh was 10t , ~s 7
was just like a school boy r uwoas you know at the Playing fend aa want erowne visit the he Commissioner : Were you watchman who was not very water - they dissolve smooth- x
the headmaster to complain 1 Fie ld. Me MeccTGA Pan: het conmne orking there w hen the huts were nearby and he said to put it neat ly on the tongue, Pleasant % wane af 2
the teacher and then finding him Mr. Maynard: It was received ae eare zee; ei came brought from Seawell? the Police Station tasting. Small effective dos- x AR ] SI] K
self being flogged nd passed to Mr, Worrell to be Mr, Mottley: Dic iso : , Mr. Worrell: When I went there Attorney General: Did you lost age of 1-2 tablets for prompt y } K J
fs used at the Playing Field. id he visit nere of poise building ~—. . any of it on your way down relief of indigestion, flatu- S e
The Attorney General: . 1e Commissioner: ow long Mr. Murray: All was carried to lence, heartburn and similar *
c lerk Of o orks od ne y am rete a ay Mr, Maynard; Once or Ws ice he were you working there ? the Reef stomach upsets. Convenient %
The next witne was Mz. Field ti ae Peace bare a aaa came w = the Churchwarden, but — Mr, Worrell: Eight to ten weeks A ttovties tieueials Who was the tear-off strips - each tablet x
. , seal ian ites SIgn- mos re ti ame alor T a naar 4 -“ ¢ wa : " " ‘
Aiba Maynard Et n oat of The % ae me Mr k Tudor was recalled after qriyvey and how many hands were} separately cell-sealed for x FASHION -RIGHT
The Attorney General; Were Mr. Maynard: Each individualon ployed by the Ch melcusvlan Mr. Worrell gave his evidence. on the lorry? | fresh: ane : het aaa pocket
: : . ice n On ployec ) ie \ arden. uandbag.
you employed by Mr. Tudor, the my Pay Sheet went and signed for During that .eriod the Actin Y ° Mr. Murray: I was the driver —_ .
then Churchwarden, a 4 lerk of his money over the week-end Gove rnor a it art he Diavine Fic ld A Contention and | had two hands. % STYLES
a of Ww a is deep n - The ae oaeeres Were and gave direction Would you The Commissioner: Does the Attorney General; Next pec ne e¥ itt %
e Princess Alice Playing Field’ you at the Playing Field all day say that those directions were Princess Alice Playing Fiel ing did you go back to Seawell to ‘ i i
A; 5 say a £ ss f aying Field now ntietatamnantlt ‘“
Mr. Maynard: | wa Mr. Maynard: Practically all tended to over-rule any own these roads of which Mr, J0ad the rest of the hut? % including
The Attorney General; Do you day. iuthorit of the Vestry’s chief Worrell spoke? Mr. Murray; Some of the hut ANTAC iD x
remember when you took up The Attorney General: Did Mr. Executive Officer? Mr. Tudor: That has brought a Was still there. % Plaids Checks
office? . Tudor visit the Playing Field Mr. Maynard: Certainly not. contention The Fisheries De- Attorney General: How much} TAB LETS x ,
Mr. Maynard: Yes. On Octo- often? My info that the Gov- partment is claiming the one did Mr. Worrell pay you for re~ | % ’
ber 17. ; ze Mr. Maynard: Yes ernor had as much right to give pelow the fence now. noving the hut? No water needed g Candy Stripes
The sonny: General: What Phe Attorney General: Did A instruc Moris 08 the Chusebwaeden, They said nothing of it when Mr. Murray: He gave me $18 Easily carried a
were your duties? ee any other members ol tne Mr, Mottley: Can you say i jt was being built Attorney General; Were you F .
fie cias Pree , . - ; ae e isheneo : fi . ; rho s0 y . . ¥
Mr. Maynard: There were Vestry at the Playing Field any of these instructions given by The Commissioner: Then es- asked to move some of the big ° me wn lly standb 1% Floral Stripes $
manifold. | I was primarily con~ Sis, Maynard: Yes, I saw Mr. the Govern¢ r had made any sub- timating the cost of the playing hut? ere’s the family stonéby 1% R
cerned with the responsibility of Mottley, Mr. Weatherhead, Mr. stantial changes to the instructions fjeld we should deduct this $1,200. Mr. Murray: I had nothing to do @ Quickly soothes De WITT’S RS %
material and secondly oe _the Miller and I think Mr. Goddard. given by the Churchwarden? Mr. Tudor: That is a matter for with it and settles ANTACID x and ¥
supervision of the ground staff In Y ° ° you. Attorney General: Were you! upset stomach >
preparing, levelling and doing Clerk Resigned Minor Changes Mrs Martineau was also re- {old where it went? | @ Lasting effects POWDER % Solid Col
other work on the field. ae called. Mr. Murray: No % olours
a : The Attorney General: hi _ Mr, Maynard: [ would a Attorney General : Were thé Al o wey I f D | he hata ta s
ee eee ee ae, cee were terminated in there were minor changes Whee huts which you purchased remov- A on . e
, December? incurred some expenditure. The oq on July 7? 5 r l Broug l ot | PRR IIIIIOIGIS 4
[ Mr. Maynard: No. I resigned, Governor told me one morning Mrs. Martineau: Yes. Mr. Walcott; You are sure you I ee
° h a ec se I got a more remunerativy that nn th; Mortuary Attorney General : Were you brought down all the hut? ;
wit an | DOES. \ Nite Arcee ie view of 8 there when your huts were re- Mr. Murray: Yes F
fhe Attorney General: You did beautiful ind he wanted moved? Were the other huts still Mr. Walcott: Did you call the;





Princess Alice? The Commissioner: Was the bi

not have at altercation with Mr. ‘t removed. I told . Tudor what there ? itehman each time
] ior? the Governor said and the wall Mrs, Martineau: Yes Mr. Murray; The first time
4 | Mr. Maynard: Absolutely none, Was removed. That age ex~ Next to give evidence was Mr. Mr. Walcott: You are quite sure | F
* | The Attorney General: How penditure of about $75.00 as \t percy Bruce, a painter that you carried some the next | 4 i S
eae, did the building progress took abou three d hy labour. : Attorney General: Did you send jporning? re sh toc k al ~ ’
| vhen you terminated your Mr. Mottley: Did the Governor jn a tender for the painting of the Mr. Murray: Yes { x
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Mr. Maynard: The building foundation was being put dow! Mr, Bruce: In January.

ricaa? visit the Playing Field when the issi ! zg ‘
hut moved while you were there? WEATHERHEAD ‘

Mr. Maynard: Y« He cam Attorney General: Did you put yjr, Murray: No. \

there in the mud and took a keen

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> ed ¢ ater and ateeticas Sete oe interest and had an idea of i : ’ : ‘ ! vide 1ce hie _al » ue me ah San e %
YOU GET nd it was not painted poo was being done after seeing two Mr, bruce’ I cannot remember. oa 2 ey f i Bi cone ng st LLM EARL ALAA OOOO
, pa» , ? e pillars go dow i ny vieneral : ‘ rere Arche aneis, a watchm at) “ tt 7
| The Attorney General: The or a eee ween aria aaa 7 wane ral : What were Reawell, Leonard forde,o care- Zinnia (Giant Dahlia Mixed) «” PEPE LLP POEL OLLIE —-
| , , 4 neal teas Mr. 2 : JON e arrangements ss pss ig a, ata kd
DEPENDABILITY | be ee event 2 any discussions with the Governor Mr. Bruce: To put on three “*CF at Seawell, Sydney Walcott, | Snapdragon (3 kinds), Petu- x %
| Mr. Maynard: Yes, but the tee ge aap + to the * watehman at the Reef, and Ran- aay x >
he te tt ee a ee ind Mr. Tudor with respect to the three coats of paint inside and out- per : | nia, Salvia (Red), Verbena, ¥ >
roads had not been put down ' a : wh they had made ciq dall Griffith, another watchman at| a : i % Vw Do ow yr x
The Attorney General: | size of the pavilion ait think the man who built the . secommended by the Vestry lid ras : ane ow much “The enquiry continues to-dy Larkspur, Balsam, Gillar- % &
‘ . cae OY ca: ae Ss ) i by th ry did it cos : ‘a .
+ ds aren ty ar Worrell. Was Mr. Maynard: No. Mr. Perowne Mr. Bruce: I cannot remember, *! 9 4-â„¢ dia, Marigold, |ndian Pinks, x Mts Lov ELLY fl %
me a ed there during your save the idea t he liked Hs ite gh I can remember the final iopsis, Dahlia, andy- s %
e ijone elaborately and I would not eost tuft. For«zetemesnot. Pe ¥ g
Mr, Maynard: No. be surprised if he told Mr. Tudor inquest Fixed For July 13 Be eee tery © re ee o SS
Phe Attorney General: What to change the dimensions. Extra Cost A. post mortem examination of |% [9° Mignonette, — Aster, % x
type of material the huts were Mr, Mottley: Did you hear that , | the body of Joseph Riley was per- |% Sweet Peas, Chrysanthe- % Ry so VME %
ics > . ; ‘ 3 ‘ ih 4 °
made of while you were on the job Attorney General: What caused | med yesterday by Dr. L mum Alyssum, Cosmos, > »
Mr. Maynard: Part was card, ~ the extra cost? r: ppin at District “C” Mortuar) \geratu Cornflower, Cz x mw $
part mesh wire and part was - hy Mr. Bruce: The wood was| An inquest has been fixed for \gerarum, orniower, Can- 7 O-DA Y x
tenher i sh: bana the seh | io ed te ry Bells Vs as-
ain best part of the Size Changed 1p?Y / ‘ | Friday, July 13 charg. Bells, Puping, tes : $
flooring used as part of attorney General: Why was it} | urtium., % x
the floor ie pavilion and Mr, Maynard: No. I heard that sappy ? | { 24 & $
pat 1 as the roof the dimension gi by the Mr, Bruce: It looked like. new 7 y Take advantage of recent 1% : >
: e Attorney General: What Vestry were cl ged to a bigger material ; { : - rains and plant now. $ z
the uprights made of? plan. Attorney General What was| e | 4 e
Mr Mottley: You said tha‘ the ultimate price agreed upon ? : } 5, ~
Mr. , Itimat ice ag ? ae 1
Cot New Ceetaiae : you saw the Vestrymen Mr. Bruce: Nine hundred dol- | ‘ ee n 1 4 % ¥
S t the Pl F ufter the work Jars plus RONTINUES ON PHIL . % *
Mr. Maynard: Pine. The dimen- fad started? Attorney General: How long ' i b ll xs ;
sions of the pavilion were greater Mr. Maynard: Yes vere you painting ? BP SIDU,000 GUO AT | r ce % %
than the huts and they could not Mr. Mottley: Did you have any Mr. Bruce: About five weeks. ) g %
use the uprights from Seawell discussions with any Vestrymen a & .
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1 unite they were spliced. To avoid to whether they approved or dis- Mr. E. K. Waleott; When you T il % N iv ) eal er | I, { I ~ “ss > pect %
; doin this, they had to get ne ipproved of the building? say the wood looked new, you | 4 A eat ( x i s A Hee upright Mr, Maynard; Ye I discussed | mean not painted or new from the H al f B | % %
The Attorney General: Did you the matter with you and you said| lumber vard’ ‘. , | ead oO road Street s *.
3 ta . to 9:00 r" «
Mr. Ramsay at the Playing that you would have put down a Mr. Brace: They looked new Fr. Wm. Hy. 8t Dial 8cobg | ae Kh. NIGHTS PHOENIX rou N 7. sth %
a? building of stone ad not ef wood.| from the lumber yard to me , %
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PAGE SIX

HENRY

BARBADOS

ANDERSON

BY CARL

BY WALT

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| IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE

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Usually NOW
36 ©Raisins (Per lb.)

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45 40
32 8
1.20 1.00

Tins Spaghetti in Tom Sauce (small) 2 tins 40

Bots. Lea & Perrins W. Sauce @&1 72 Tins Grapes

Bottles Amstell Beer 28 20 Bacon (per. lb)









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PEARS 244 tins T1c.

APRICOTS 214 tins

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JUICES

PURPLE and CLEAR
GRAPE JUICE in tins

JERSEY TOMATO JUICE
in tins 24 c. and 36c.

A VARIED

PINEAPPLE Sliced SELECTION

DESSERT PRUNES PURE FRENCH OLIVE OIL

ith tin 69c. in pint bottles $1.80
Also PRUNES per Ih 55« } pint tins 69c.

Bots. COCKTAIL ONIONS
in Red, Green, Yellow and
White 60c.

HAMS

Bots. LEMON CHEESE 45c.
HAMS 11 tins,. $1.59 GUAVA CHEESE 3ic.
24, $3.45 2tb Bots GOLDEN SYRUP
69e.
34m , $5.05

1tb Bots. AUSTRALIAN
Sliced to order $1.80 HONEY 56e.

per Ib Bots. LOCAL HONEY 42c.

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FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951



TELEPHONE 2506

Sresineomenemeentjuiemicine
The charge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl-
edgments, and In Memoriam notices is

$:.50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays
for any number of words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and
4 cents per word on Sundays for each
additional word.
—————————
For Births, Marriage or Engagement
announcements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.00 for any number of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each
additional wo-d. Terms cash, Phone 2508
between 830 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m.



IN MEMORiAM





MARSHALL—In loving
Robert A. Marshall, who departed this
life on the 5th July, 1947.

Sweet be thy rest,
And peaceful thy sleeping.
God's will is best;

memory of

An@ thou art in his keeping. in very good condition. 1938 Chrysier
Mrs. Albertha Marshall (Wife), Iris,| Royal. A bargain. Fort Royal Garage
Alma (Trinidad), Merton and Merville {| Ltd, Telephone 4504. 6.7.51—6n
{U,S.A.), (Children), Alban, —————- -
(U.S.A.) (grandchildren), Pick-up Morris 8 in good working



ANNOUNCEMENTS

ST
HOLIDAY RESORTS-—Grenada—isle of
Spices. SANTA. MARIA—loveliest hotel
in Caribbean, Rates from $7.00 per head
per day. GRAND HOTEL—in best resi-
dential district under Government House
hill. Rates from $5.00 per head per day.
SEASIDE INN—On Grand Anse Bathing
Beach. Rates from $4.00 per head per
day. Enquiries to D. M. Slinger, Grenada,
26.6.51—78n.





NOTICE
“FRIGIDAIRE”, refrigerators—the only
refrigerators with the famous “Meter-
Miser” unit. This well known and
proven prodiict of General Motors Corp,
is at last available again, and we are
pleased to announce that “FRIGIDAIRE”
may also be obtained now cash or on

terms through K, R,. HUNTE & CO.
LTD., who are assisting us in their
distribution, and have some of our

machines on show for



demonstration at





their new SHOWROOM on Lower Broad
Street
THE EMTAGE ELECTRICAL CO
5.7,.51-—3n,





The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife, PEARL WEB-
STER (nee HILL) as I do not hold myself
responsible for her or anyone else con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name
unless by a written order signed by me.

JOSEPH WEBSTER,
Howell's Cross Road
St. Michael.
4.7.51—3n
———

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit *to my wife HILARIA
CRAIGG (nee LYNCH) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone
else contracting any debt or debts in my
rame unless by a writt€n order signed
by me

LAMONT CRAIGG,
Dodson's Land,
Black Rock
6.7.51--2n



The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife, Ruby Aletha
Scott tnee Leacock) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting any debt or debts in my

name
(Signed) GEORG# SCOTT,
Eckstein Village,
St. Michael.
6 7 51—2n.

WANTED

Minimum charge week 12 cents and
86 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays.

HELP

JUNIOR SALESMAN—Preferably one
with some previous experience of hard-
ware lines. Good salary paid to right
man. Apply in writing to Alic Russell
& Co. P.O.B. 163 Bridgetown.

4.7.51—5n.

MISCELLANEOUS
Orders for AMERICAN MULES, We
have sold some of these, Contact, Har-
old Proverbs & Co. Ltd., High Street
6.7.51.3n



















FAN MILL—One |) Secondhand or
new 16° or 18 Fan Mill complete with
tower — Apply D. M. Simpson & Co,

3.7.51—6n,





MACHINE—A reasonably priced Sec-

Victoria St

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

CONSTITUTION SWAMP AND
CONSTITUTION RIVER
All persons who have placed or
caused to be placed any matter
or thing in or on the Constitution
all

6.7.51—1n





persons owning
any matter or thing placed or
lying in or on the Constitution
Swamp or Constitution River are
required to remove such matter
or thing by the 15th of July, 1951,
and no person may place any mat-
ter or thing in or on the Consti-
tution Swamp or Constitution
River during the period of the
15th of July to the 30th of No-
vember, 1951. Any person in-
fringing the terms of this notice
will be liable to proceedings under
section 18 of the Department of
and Transport Act,

Swamp and

Highways
1945,
6.7.51—3n.



TAKE NOTICE

That ENO-SCOTT & BOWNE, a cor-
poration organized under the laws of the
State of New Jersey, United States of
America, whose trade or business address
is Bloomfield, New Jersey, United States
of Arnerica, Manufacturing Chemists, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A'’ of Register in respect
of cod liver oll food tonic, cough syrup,
skin ointment and skin liniment, and
will be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 4th day of July
1951, unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration, The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 20th day of June 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7.51









Ss

| FURNISH
NOW and SAVE 3
|

NEW and Renewed Streamlined
and simpler Vanities, Stools, Ward-
Bedsteads, Beds, Springs,
Laths—Morris, Bergere, Tub, Rush
and other Rockers, Armchairs,
Settees and upright Chairs,

robes,

TABLES—China, Bedroom and
Kitchen Cabinets — Sideboards,
Larders, Waggons—Morris Spring
and Springlike Cushions $450 up
Bookcases.

Desks, Bookracks,



L.S. WILSON

SPRY ST.

DIAL 4069

5 POO OR.



Ulrica
ws order with

ond hand sewing machine—Singer pref-| named deceased are hereby required to
erable. A, Archer McKenzie. Dial 2&7 appear at the Assistant Court of Appeal

Sere re eae realm a



FOR SALE

Minimum charge week 172 centa and
96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a

| word on Sundays.



AUTOMOTIVE
dine

CAR—One (1)
conditien
James, c/o

Prefect Ford in good
4 new tyres. Apply toM. C
Bata, Swan Street
6.7.51—6n
geod condition

Apply R. M. Massiah, to
be seen at Sion Hill, St. James.

CAR—Chevrolet, in
Owner driven.





CARS—1950 Morris Minor 10,000 Miles
1950 Morris Oxford 9,000 Miles. Like
New. 1949 Morris Six 18 H.P. Low
Mileage. 1948 Ford Prefect 14,000 Miles



almost new body. Apply
Stoute’s Drug Store or Marshall &
Edward's Garage, Roebuck Street,
where it can be seen. Phone 2549 or
3453. 22.6.51—t.i.n.

SUE

CAR — One Austin A70 practically new.
Belmont Garage. Apply: Six Roads, Si.
Philip, 4.7, 51—4n



ELECTRiIC-.z,
anpetnlisicinetaeennesnsens, ee. sane
AUTOMATIC RECORD CHANGERS—
with 78 — 45 — 33 R.P.M. will Bay:
ial

3.7.51—5n



Pecording dises with microgrove.
3€78 DaCosta's Electrical Dept.

REFRIGERATOR -- One (1) Westing-
house, in good working order. Apply:
W. R. Tempro. Phone 5044 or 8224,

28.6.51—-t.f.n
—_———

MISCELLANEOUS

AMM-I-DENT TOOTHPASTE
Start saving your Amm-i-dent Tooth
paste Boxes. Within a short while you
may be the winner of one of the follow-
ing:— Ist Prize $50.00, 2nd Prize $15.00,
S10 Prize $5.00, 1,7.51--26n

ALUMINUM WARE—Highly Polished
Canadian Aluminum Saucepans, Kettles,



Rousters, Cake Pans, Percolators. Egg
Poachers, Deep Fryers etc. Exceptional
value. G. W. Hutehinson & Co., Ltd.

Broad and Roebuck Streets,
4.7.51—da

AMERICAN MADE BABY BUTLER-
Baby Feeding Table and Chair combina-
ton, converts to Play Table and Black-
board for later use, Reasonable. Dial
2378, Between 12 & 4 p.m. and 6 & 9
p.m, 6.7.51-2n

CUTLERY — SWEDISH STAINLESS
STEEL Complete range includes Table
Kiives 75c. each Forks and Spoons 60c.
esch, Dessert Knives 70c. each, Forks
and Spoons S8e,. each, G. W. Hutchinson
& Co,, Ltd. Broad and Roebuck Streets.

4.7.51—4n,







cemeenincnmt naomi
EMPTY TINS—A quantity of 10 Ib. and
25 ib. tins, suitable for holding plants.

Purity Bakeries Ltd. Dial 4529 or 3063.
5.7,51—n.

GALVANIZED SHEETS: 24 gauge in







lengths of 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 foot. Enquire
Auto Tyre Company, Trafalgar Street,
Phone 2696. 26.6.51—-t.4.n.



RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing
and we will order for you if we
haven't got it in stock. A, Barnes & Co.,
Ltd. 6.7.51—t.f.n



SIAMESE FIGHTING FISH

Some beauties in blue green, and
lavender, Archie Clarke. Phone 5148 or
4530. 4.7,51—3n.



LOST & FOUND

FOUND

KEYS—Found in Westbury New Roi
Wednesday afternoon, July 4th, one ring
with four keys (2 sets duplicates), Owner
ean recover same by calling at Advocate
Advertising Office, identifying, and pay-
ing cost of this advertisement, $1.11

6.7.51





2a.



NOTICE
IN THE ASSISTANT
COURT OF APPEAL
Re: Workmen's Compensation Act,
1948
Notice is hereby given that Reynold
Brewster of Hall's Road, Saint Michael,
employed at Francia Plantation, Saint
George, was injured when the lorry
which he was loading reversed and went
over his body. He died of injuries sus-
tained and compensation has been pald
into Court.
All the

dependants of the above-

on Wednesday the llth day of July, 1951,
at_10 o'clock a.m,
Dated this 9th day of June, 1951.
F. G. TALMA,
Clerk, A.C.A.
12.6.51—3n

Acting





TAKE NOTICE

That ENO-SCOTT & BOWNE, a cor-
poration organized and existing under
the laws of the State of New Jersey,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address in Bloomfield, New
Jersey, United States of America, Manu~-
faeturing Chemists, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of er-ulsions and
like preparations, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 4th day of July 1951, unless some
person shall in the meantime give notice
in duplicate to me at my office of oppo-
sition of stich registration. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my
office.

Dated this 20th day of June 1951.

H. WIL

Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7.51—





TAKE NOTICE
CATERPILLAR

That CATERPILLAR TRACTOR CO., a
corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the State of California,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address is 800 Davis Street,
San Leandro, State of California, U.S.A.,
Manufacturers, has applied for the regis-
tration of a trade mark in Part “A" of
Register in respect of internal combustion
engines, diesel engines and other power-
supplying machinery adapted for employ-

propelied vehicles, and as stationary or
portable power units for industrial,
marine and agricultural uses; scraping,
carrying and dumping units adapted to
be employed for scraping and collecting
eorth, rock, or like materials and trans-
potting and dumping said materials;
power and manually controlled graders,
wogons, scarifiers, scrapers, bulldozers,
rippere and plows adapted to he
employed for the construction and main-
tenance of roads, for moving and te
moving of earth, rock, snow and IJike
materials, for preventing soil erosion and
industrial and agricuitural
and track type tractors
be employed in
operations, road building, mining, log-
ging, earth moving, hauling, pushing
and for other industrial and agricultural
purposes; cuble-contro) units for con-
trolling cable actuated equipment for
earth-moving and agricultural purposes:
hydraulic-control units for controlling
hvdraulically actuated equipment for
earth moving and agricultural purposes,
bellows seal





for other
uses; wheel

adapted to farming

rust inhibitors, cement;

tools,
accessories equipment
with all of such products, and will
entitled to register the same aftér one
month from the 4th day of July 1953,
uniess some person shail in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration.
The trade mark can be seen on applica-
tion at my office.

Dated this 20th day of June 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7.51~—in.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.)













ment as the source of power for :

PUBLIC SALES





and
Max-

PROPERTY—That desirable Wall
Wooden House called St. Elmo at
well Road, Ch. Ch. Consisting of Closed
Gallery to the front 2 Side Verandahs,













BARBADOS ADVOCATE

FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and |
&6 cents Sundays 24 words — ow? 24
| words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a

eae «MCCORMICK
| '





TAKE NOTICE

















re
Drawing and Dining Rooms 4 Bedrooms | HOUSES

| Water Toilet and Bath, Modern Kitehen. | —— INTERNATIONAL MARVESTER COMPANY 1 eOrporation org

; Otte, Garage, Spacious yard enclosed »; 53 Swan St. & corner Middle | ting under the laws of the State of New Jersey, U ited States of Am

Wall and standing “4 of an acre of *‘#Ifs 2-store’ premises ior office, j trade or business address is City of 0, State of Miinois, ‘Ur ted
lland, with several bearing fruit trees. | ‘UTant or residence Ligm, kite j of America, has Applied for the egistrat of a trade ‘matt in Pp eo of
The Same will be set up for sale bh, “th and other conveniences. Act prap pt | Register in respect of farm machinen generally, inc iding: grain binders, rice
public competition at our Office, James |'Â¥. Vacant call at Thani Bros. or Gialj binders, tractor binders, reapers, headers, header binders. mowers. hax tance
Street, on Friday 6th July at 2 p.m. | 466 6.7.5)- weep rakes, side delivery rakes, tedders, hay loaders, hay pressers, stackers
Inspection any day except Sundays. | arene etsincenahsteatheeeeeente combined sweep rakes and stackers, corn binders, corm pickers, corn shellers
between the hours of 10 am. and 3 FLAT--At Coral Sands, Worthing 1} ¢ornstalk rakes, huskers, shredders, combined huskers and €nsilage cutters,
e@m. Hutchinson & Banfield, Solicitors. |'"Odern furnished flat, good sea bathing | emsilage harvesters, silo fillers, ensilawe cutters, stalk cutters, harrows, feed
23.6.51--_ |For further particulars. Dial 8134, ima | Srinders, grain drills, seeders, plows, cultivators, lime Sowers, fertilizer distribu.
“ | Lashley 27.6.51—4.f.n. | tors, Manure spreaders, binder hitches, knife grinders, land rollers, land packers,
planters, shock gatherers, shockers, harvester threshers, threshers, stripper

RIPLEY —On Gogst. | harvesters, combined side-delivery rakes

AUCTION
Under The Diamond Hamme:

By instructions received I will set un
for sale by public auction on Thursds,
next the 12th July at 2 o'clock at Lowct
Station Hill, St, Michael, one doub «
reofed house with shop attached,

ant



UNDER THE IVORY HAMME??

By instructions received I will sell «n
Friday 6th July at the Gencrai Mot
Bus Co Nelson St., One Austin A40 Cay
(damaged in accident). Sale at 2 p.m

terms Cash,
VENCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer
1.7.51—< )

TAKE NOTICE
SCOTT'S

That ENO-SCOTT & BOWNE, a cor-
poration organized and existing under
the laws of the State of New Jersey,
United States of America, whose trade
or business address in Bloomfield, New
Jersey, Untied States of America, Manu-
facturing Chemists, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of cod liver oil food
tonic, cough syrup and skin ointment, ana
will be entitied to register the same
after one month from the 4th day of
July 1951, unless some person shall int
the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office

Dated this 20th day of June

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7,.51—a

TAKE NOTICE







951









That BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO
COMPANY LIMITED, a company in-
corporated and istered under the laws
of England, of estminster House, 7
Millbank, London, 8.W.1., England, has
applied to be registered as proprietor of
the above Trade Mark TRUMPETER:
No, 47 registered in Part “A” of the
Register on 23rd September 1950, in
respect of cigarettes by virtue of an
assignment dated 19th February 1951,
rssigned otherwise than in connection
with the goodwill of « business by
British-American Tobacco Company (Bar-
bados) Limited to the said British-
American Tobacco Comparmy Limited and

will be entitled to be registered after
one month from the 4th day of
July 1981, unless some person shall

in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark and assign-
ment can be seen on application at my
office.
Dated this 2ist day of June 195}.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Teade Marks.
4 Sn.

TAKE NOTICE









That BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO,
COMPANY LIMITED, a company in-
corporated and registered under the laws
of England, of Westminster House, 7
Millbank, London, 8.W.1., England, has
applied to be registered as proprietor ot
the above Trade Mark CLIPPER No, 4
registered in Part “A" of the Register
on Ith September 1950, in respect of
cigarettes by virtue of an assignment
dated the 19th Februany 1951, assigned
otherwise than in connection with the
goodwill of a business by British-
American Tobacco Company (Barbados)
Limited to the said British-American
Tobacco Company Limited and will be
entitled to be registered after one month
from the 4th day of July 1951,
unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
cffiice of opposition of such registrations.
The trade mark and assignment can be
seen cn application at my office.

Dated this 2ist day of June 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
4.7.51—3n



t A GUINNESS, SON &
c ANY ITED, a British Company,
whose trade or business address is Park
Landon, Ragland; and" James's. Gas
London, . ames's %
Dublin, Fire, has applied for the registra-
tion of o trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in respect of stout, and will
be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 4th day of
July 1951, unless some person shall in
the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
régistration. The trade mark can be
seen On application at my office.
Dated this 2ist day of June 1951.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trado Marks.
4.7,51—3n.

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Apply Mrs. A. H. Johnson, Capri, Dz j Dated this 2ist day of June 1931

res Pd. Phone 4141. 4.7.51— i H WILLIAMS

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that the lands described in the Schedu
hereto and situate at the district of St. |
Christopher in the parish of Christ Church |
in the island of Barbados are likely to |
be needed for purposes which in the |
opinion of the Governor-in-Executive |
Committee are public purposes, namel
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nishing playgrounds for St. Christopher
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THE FIRM WITH THE REPUTATION
Dated this 25th day of June, 1951, at

the Public Buildings in the City of | e
Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados.
By Command,
R, N. TURNER,
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3.7.51—3n

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
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hove glasses here please cail in and
collect same before the 7th. July,
H, HARCOURT-CARTER,
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‘ ‘ in Awe FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951
PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE -
ers Defeat Bedser Bowls S arhayes i! i i ZB
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napp rs eltea edser Dowls, Summerhayes | wuarsonto-pay || How togetrid of = every spoonful gives you Bz
"| Princess Alice Enquiry : -——-2 ——
| England Into Tournament wine ee MAGH ete ee ;
oO ese betes ae Court of Grand Sessions ficre aad mere
e | P x T : 10.00 a.m, : : deci hsbc ae
re oe Gooc osition OoOmorrow Court of Appeal 10.00 a.m. 7 d
SNAPPERS defeated Harrison College ten goals to one Seda Pelice Courts 10.60 am. ere :
when they played a water polo match at the Aquatic Club By D. FM ayes j THE Annual Tournamen', of Speech Day at Coleridge ae a re 7 eee 2 8
yesterday afternoon. It was the second and most exciting Excellent b wling by Alec Bed- the Summerhayes aa Club, Mobile Cinema gives show at ai ae een:
yesterday atte = a Sa ta ” ~xcellent bow vy Alec bec 5th Avenue, Belleville, starts on School 2.30 p.m. : go
. match of the afternoon. In the first match, Swordfish beat ser on a_ wicket Tr Pa Saturday 7th July at 4 pm. A Redland Plantation Yard, f it BY e S$ S$ g
Whipporays 14—nil. The weather was ideal. sweated under the covers follow- new feature of this year’s tours St. George 7.30 p.m. age rte i ee eg eiesninn
The small College boys were ing a thunderstorm 24 hours pre- rament will be the Doubles CINEMAS —
match for the Snappers with ; vieusly put England in a strong Championship for which a Special Globe “Royal Wedding”
eco lee aos de ie ot. 8 ‘ position at the close of the first Trophy i being offered by Plaza (Bridgetown) “Breaking
coe, ee veny baal on wc rinida UP aay’: play in the Third Tést at yor’ ype Lima & Co, Ltd. ee OT re, @ Every spoonful of « Kepler" gives you a rich
ee oe tn: nee Manchester. Jewellers of No, 20, Broad Street: floval "Malaya and Billy The Kid" ” supply of vitamins A and D.
were keen and in some instance Cl b M t Bedser, bowling with all his o'd Seven pairs have entered the Olympic “That Midnight Kiss and @ = These vitemins are nature's wonder workers,
they played a faster game than u ee vim and vigour, was able to (Contest for this trophy Roadhouse” assuring health and freedorn from illness.
‘ ppers, but they needed weight make the ball = puarety, Sone V. C. Gale and V. H. Chen- | @ Men, women, children=all should start
behind their throws a Hi : bo — , of the South rican batsmen ,... taking tasty ‘ Kepler’ to-day
Delbert Bannister, the stockiest PA cc ae haocting Nor” me faced his in-swingers with any mies AS Chien ena Cc Ce — ‘gate. '
of the Snappers team put in seven Tri ida ‘urf Cl esterday comfort and y he t Cher ” Chenery. |
for Snappers. He was quick , : aie pork ee gobats deser ved the final analysis of 7 D. W. Wiles and J. 8 B The Weather | | Most stomach pains are due to
ae 7 “ease Sar men eae 3 a sows oh Taal difficult for Nourse to oa. ABE 1 Col. D. St. A To-day | | dangerous excess acid. The quickest _ mae.
ored two goals for Snappers and : NNAZ AD . as oe s r. A. S. Cato anc 4. .D, St. A. fe ; : 1 ts
adie. Saar. cee en See decide whether to bat or field puxe sur Kises : 5.44 a.m. [Fae Oe £0t cht oF ee. See one COD LIVER Olt - WITH MALT EXTRACT
a ‘ CK DIAM D. iNaid after winning the toss. But cevi- kl ee r > Git sun Sets: 6.25 p.m. is to neutralize it by taking a dose
The lone College goal was scor- oF aera ieee sort Ceca ae a t at” he E. R. Atkinson and V. C. Git- 7 of ‘ BISMAG ° (short for * Bi ,
ea by A. Taylor, After about five : a BIRD A. Jaseph ding “when in doubt, bat re tens. Mcy (Fst Quarter) July (short for isurated :
minutes play. Browne. scored (1 AIR PROFIT. (Quested) sent in Rowan and Waite to opem “Gc” Rg &. Warner and L. G. 12 Magnesia). This wonderful remedy 4 BURROUGHS WELLCOME & CO. PRODUCT ical
minutes , play ; = . Trae: 1.21 Pari ‘gi230, $3.12, si4g, the innings. When they were yy) tohinhon. Lighting : 7.00 p.m. will bring you instant relief. Get Sea E
Snappers’ first goal. He outswam .,7, both back inside ‘ie pavilion “y © Barker and L. A. Har- Hogh Water: 4.19 a.m. 6.06 * BISMAG ° today and always be sure "oe sole Agents for Barl ages : Collins’ Ltd., 28 Broad Stree
the College forwards for about soreeust; $120.72 - inside three quarters of an hour jj.9n p.m. ] of eating in comfort, sme ————- - -—— —— -——-—— :
ten yards before he neared the COLONY HANDICAP for one between them. he must © ‘py ‘ for Saturd: hii Yesterd 4 GREGORIO NOOO T TSF F ES 5
sal and shot. Bannister playing (Ci Z = TOhAg chumeaaee ee have begun to regret his decision. ». aoe Pe per ceX. en Rainfall (Codrington) nil te kei se NDW 1 2
¥ “up oo the <6 gol e ii CROSS ROW, (Holder, : oeioe tee er oe ~ A. 8, “ and se tei Total for month to yester- | you 19-DAY S NEWS FLASH y
Snaphysrs rom a melee in the 1A DOL Mohammed) oO edser’s, firs fer to 7 ¥g, DR. EB arner anc 1G day: 1.06 ins. | ~~ —
College area. ;: ieee $212. sa 45, 2t backward short leg and Waite pHuytchinson, Temperature (Max.) 85.5°F | { NEED Ten chances to win e
The . third, fourth and fifth e iat a "having “waited” er, ag E. R. Atkinson and V. C. Git- Temperature (Min.) 74.5°F ean of oes for 2/-
goals for Snappers were sent in £83.36. minutes. was we eld by M tens vs. J. C. Barker and L. A Wind Direction (9 a.m. S.E *‘BISURATED’ MAGNESIA only, through our B'dos pe om
in rapid succession after a fine sinew e Atenas in the leg trap. Iarrison. (3 p.m.) E.N.E, Tablets and Powder Sold by all Chemists — ~~ _— or CONTINUES ON PRICES
Ar + oe ont c « sy ae . . 2 % > y ae 0 a St WJ . e
forward ie ment Banniste : (Class © and Ct, : Pertenrw Van Ryneveld, promoted from The Singles Championship will a Velocity 10 miles per on Edition y Year Book “of OF $100,000 GOONS AT
t : ” 1c rig) ving score ' UPINUS, ‘Quested) : 2 > . r cS ™
Sane “ie _ aon weit, cara (a) NOTCNETE 7 eteher) number seven to number three, giso be contested during thi B: Pee ké ~ (9 29.988 i Hello E ; ais West Indies $12.00
iird and fourth He swam HOT BREAD, (A, Joseph) fought desperately to stem the tournament the cup for which is avrometes (9 a.m.) 29. ello Everybody ! What's On? Rats aha “Mou meat a
ih 1 the hall from the 4: DISTITION, (Naidoo; tide of English success. He and at present held by Lisle Harrison +S: Pit). APORS JOSEPH RUEY the ota aire a rg i HANI 8
talf-line to score the third, while ‘Time: 1.20, Pari $3.42, £1.60, $1.96, Nourse who had obviously decided last year’s ohampion, SERVICE OF SONGS which sotan
he scored the fourth after receiv- 51.84 ee that attack was the best form of should have heen held at the JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
South chtner fren Besar Forecast: $60.72 defence, added 53 in the next /70 Sandbox Social Club, Massian and Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Dial 3466
T.1.C. HANDICAP minutes, but shortly before lunch the 7 ‘. eae (kindly lent by HARDWARE,
College Scores (Class A and Lower, 9 Furlongs) Nourse was out and the back of July. UE. heg. teas cee 5;
> : nay ° ’ ey Aa 4 uly 1951, has been cancelled A Iopbptpttnt Sooggge:
; bl - Sy ae ery Levee! the South African batting had Instead, he astintah
Brown lobbed one irom mid- (2 BLUE STREAK, (Quested) been broken p' There will be a ;
; o the College g 2) REMATE, (A. Joseph). “A SINGING
way ito: the College’ “goal -t0- 15) Rit. iecinea) Keen fielding enabled England 40 a eee We now have a good selection of Building Materials to
notch the fifth goal for Snappers. rine: 2.04.3/5. Pari $3.72, $1.42, $1.30, to follow up their advantage and ect CLUB BOWZ,” Massiah offer you — ,
Jr a matter of seconds Bannister 1.36 although they lost Ikin before the | ——~ pie ; teen es UNITEX I
seored the sixth goal for Snappers Forecast: $24.84 close, they should be assured of —_——. i on i‘
after receiving a pass on the right ST. ANOS HANDICAP a comfortable lead tomorrow, guy Bias paces a 8 a. Piekie : ; erie prool WALLBOARD
wing when well up in the College ‘class |B and ‘Lawen-6 Parise) South Africa—tst Innings oo Reeabe atnipeaeeasae set 4o’”” thick, 4’ x 8’, 9’, 10’, 12”
: sras ro , a F Rowan c Brown b Bredser ; : ADVANTAGE OF THE ds ’ , , ’ .
goal area. (1) ORLY, tA, Joseph) 1. H, Waite ¢ tkin b Bedser 1 "EXCURSION FARES aan
Ai half time the score was six— (2) TUFFLEY BELLE, (Quested C0 Van tynaveld 16.0. b ; ‘ is ue ita ee artnet ' 1 i
nil in favour of Snappers. The a BA ea or * or re 1.30, Tattersall 40 NOY toll chen : ——————————————————————————————; Termite- rool STANDARD HARDBOARD
Time: 1.19 1/5 Pari $7 12, $ $ ray Waites @ thie & Bedues pa @ Lowest F ——
arg i half of play prota ape yd st: $47.96 © Cheetham ¢ Hutton > Bader 20 (0-Day Exeursions Va’ thick, 4’ x 6’, 8’, 10’
bit but was equally as thrilling as orecast: ‘ , G. M. Fullerton ¢ Hutton b Bedser 9 AN Flights by “North Star” ani i 3/16” thick, 4x8.)
tne first half. College scored the ‘cls Oana ae Panne R.. A: Motean b Laker = ® skytinerd mee i Variety Entertainment rie Wick C&S.
first goal after resumption when 4) GROSS BOW, (J. Belle). ict are enrane eo eee For Complete Informa ; Termite [ TEMPERED HARDBOARD
they were given a_ free throw. (2) ROSE a a Soomeh) a aS wan b Pedser i 15 GARDINER AUSTIN & co by i -proo
Billy Manning of College passed (3) BATILE SONG, (Quest C. N. McCarthy ¢ Ikin b Bedser 9 Lta. ? THE EXTRA-M URAL 1g” thick, 4’ x 6’, 8’. 10’, 12”
the ball to Taylor who was play- Time: 2.06 3/5, Part $10.84, $2.06, $1.24, Extras: Lb. 14, n.b, 2 16 MAGrecer Bt Bridgetown - | JUNIORS ones i
ing back and who took a one time $1.18, po Total . 158 TRANS -CA N Awa z | PITCH PINE & DOUGLAS FIR JOISTS & PLANKS
shot, deceiving completely Snap- Forecast: $76. SAP . Air Lines (In aid of § ; ;
ers'-goalie. ‘The score was six- ee a aaa aoa eecece> Fall of wickets 1 for 0, 2 for 13, 3 tor International “‘Trans-Atlantic oe een in th
arene , sah (Claas ¥ Spe esi, £6, 4 for 87, 5 for 88, 6 for 105, 7 for 129, Transcontinental hae Funds) > }
one. (1) THUNDERATION, (Naidoo) @ for 158, 9 for 143 a at j 4 l U
Bannister followed up by scor- (2) USHER, (Ques) BOWLING ANALYSIS gee | sie ad Tepliad al eta
ing two quick ones for Snappers. (4) STELLA SOLARIS, (Ali). 4 ane TY ak. THE POCKET THEATRE wet Soe yee
They were both powerful shots Time: 1.20. ‘ oe ecu oe Sail mn _ - ane (British Council, Wake- | . ae |
from close up. Hazell came into i Fe % i : , field, White Park) | CARREAGE BOLTS & NUTS
action and Snappers got their attersa : J a t - :
: . England—tist Innings ‘ y WL AAG y | ay s . apa :
ninth goal. He took a powerful mbledon i; Mitton nek Bue 24 WW LZ ff NY, pape ee tee at 3 p.m. 9/16” & 3%", various lengths.
shot which the College goalie J Ikin ¢ Cheetham b Chubb 22 , “Ze | Saturday 14th, 5 p.m.
she rear . ste ~ . > R. Simpson not ouc 3 I a a q . 9 p.m.
pushed over the nets. A corner Mire tet ; : (Matinee) |t Phone 4456, 4267.
was conceded Hazell received Tro ny, atty i ‘ ff
the ball and made no mistake fhis Tota (for 1 wkt.) 50 Tickets: 3s, at 8 p.m Wilkinson & Ha nes Co Ltd
time. The score was nine—one. ’ . 5 BOWLING Anat vente — 2s 6a for Mati ad | Vv 9 * 3
Five minutes before the game In Semi-Finals ' Te eae ee oS Wy Tickets ot ‘alt ; ble ere ila thi oniimiaae
ended Bannister featured in an- MeCarth, Pe ak British Geuravia iekaininas St RRS
other forward movement to score WIMBLEDON, July 5. a asuk 4 : 1 - Whitepark batoaan 10. OCDE S POSS OS SSOP PESOS OOOO
oan oe a i Phi In the quarter finals of the Men’s Mann teats Sy ka Sie am, & 1 p.m s ;
OOK a_ sho rom abou our Doubles, Eric Sturgess, South Af- ras. ra % >
yards away and College goalie rica and Jaroslav Drobny, Egypt Ist Class Cricket WOR AND GAMES t $s %
pushed the ball back into play. beat Gottfried Von Cramm and " . Come and See the % %
Bannister got hold of it again Ernest Buchholz, Germany 6—3, LONDON, July 5. t i _ . eee % ¥
and this time placing his shot to 6—1, 6—3. Results of English First Class | nee aor an Be 2Qn x g
the right of the goalie and into Ham _ Richardson and Budge cricket matches played Wednes- -f.ol—en, &
the corner of the net. Patty, United States beat Lenart day follow: M.C.C, 262, Oxford i — iW y
In the Swordfish Whippo\ys Bergelin and Sven Davidson, University 76 for one. rf — - ~ - y
match N. Portillo and G, Foster Sweden 1—6, 8—6, 6—3, 5—¥7, Cambridge University 335 for YP PPDOOS DS SOOG TO DOSSOOG § | YS
were outstanding for Swordfish. 7—5. seven declared. Army 124 for a Y ~ nn 8 8 Y
Portillo scored five of the 14 Mervyn Rose and Mrs. Nancy three. % > Sqqe acty &I1¢ B
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PAGI Mil It BARBADOS ADVOCATE UtlDW JI'I.V , 1951 BARBADOS &# Aln'OGTO: i....—i 1 .1 PHBW6 by OM Adroral* so. LM. BroM ll. Blld<*.i Jlll> U, 1951 finil* PAYMENTS PUBLIC convattlanca dots nol stara in %  vflcai i wious ofltoat and otrssr lishmants] in this Island A look at the disposition and tha I UM this stab Much (f the diflV experienosd bv ild be minin i ware %  %  %  Ihec incantratton of ail parochial buslnas • ;>i nib post Ti-r i yen in 51 J aph is parti* i. %  St. .i %  %  %  : the Powell Spring Hotel %  is not easily understandable wdv tha Post Office, tha I'.irochial ;md tha Rectory should iind convenient places near Horse Hill while the Parochial Treasurer's Office should be the lulls at Bathsheba. There are people living In the parish on tha borders oi si Andrew, 8t Thomas and St John, who have to ti avel down the hills and back up again when paying taxes. Cyclists must rate long distances over hilly roads anil walk back up; men who are masons and carpenters working outside the parish from the early hours in the morning until late in the evening cannot easily pay bicycle licences. When they leave work the oflice has been closed and it is never open when they are ready to for work. %  sometimes lose a day's employ* menl In order to K to the Parochial Treasurer's. The situation is not without its remedy. It has already been pointed Out that great er use could be made of the Poat Offices by those who pay taxes to the Central Government. Gun and rum licenses are now paid into the Treasury but this could be done at tha District Post Offices as easily and the deposits for the Government SavInga Bank would not entail a drive to the City with the co ns equent loss of a day's work. it might be argued thai our tax would be parochial and the other i"i Government but there Is no reason why the receipt book of the Treasurer could nut be signed and the funds handed over by the Post Office clerk. On the other hand it should not be difficult : a member of the staff of the Parochial Treasurer to be delegated once or twice •< week to receive taxes at the Peal Office. And there is no reason why the simple accommodation of a desk should not be provided by 'hiGovernment if it means the convenience oi the general public There is precedent for the collection of funds for the Central Government by the PaTOCbia] Offices and the reverse now would only be reciprocal treatment. The only criterion In this matter should be the proper accommodation of the public who for the upkeep of the Government and of the parochial oslablishmrnts. II.IV THERE is | spate of building going on in and around Bridgetown and with the exception ol the building > >l the Ways Commissioners of St. Michael there Is no over all effective authority to control i %  % %  .iv uniformity, It is clear thai there should have been kuthority as was recommended by the Stanley Report ol IMS. A look St the stores in Broad Street will prove that bulldil allowed to take place without any aim at regularity. In some Instances buildings are set back live or six reel from the roadway allowing for prupei tths : in others the store doors are on the road with I two-Cool pathway in i ea, If this patchwork system of building BCCOrdln | bO the individual .as'es of the ontinued, Bridgetown, already unsightly be ecfc of uniformity will become w ill object to lefii 'i on the ground that restriction will emenl oi the right of the %  e likes with I In answer it will be realised that that right when it incon,i interferes with Che need lubllc. Bridi;. sckward with regard to planning. IMIMIUIKMI .. \rin:> .. Sl-I Mil II Collecting Three Strange Men p iciures i nt he West Indies B> rrTiK ii \( K:> Introduce thai i %  %  I a lot junt lately; Mr. ( l Sherwood. M: • Stephen SpenoT imlihi ulinked with llir mis r nd Donald friendship > % % %  probed for clue, which mlgbl tM*p %  who %  Thaj nte davs; now Sly l>v %  The llenvriih Twins laHERS n DM IMQ in i %  M with Autli :i the? w.i. %  lied the hea. %  111 > twin was also %  wright W ';> an An %  linen IIVUUJ In .I I IV I ihaln-stoi %  : He last II %  • i %  %  i l.,lkr.i ..f UM old days." "Wat Burgess Communist"" -v.. U, UJce tfc real / us. he UMI PI r% much hi United rrvnl and Ri-d Span) ai.d <> forth. 'Naturally, $rm were on tha sMs ol menl It msani don't %  tii.it we i How could it ii*%  %  tag." Pleusure First CLOSED FOR REPAIRS wtth thi km nut From Re) in Cambridge, wtth an (80*aolafiblp. Til Ihl III NMilKTIli IM IM HUM. i \ i i'i ri i \l HI NOVEL WRITTNO, AND A I KII Mi nun WHOM ill. l.ivu> IN AN "U1M)KI1IN<> I'KIVVI't. WOUA." Whsn bi tst (oi hi i lupus, ho %  srad ill the questions with nonsensical llnv h %  gelling tunuell SSDl down. He visited Auden si Oxford. Where Stephen Spender mel Ihom both. A UtUa later bherwood went t.t Berlin, where inUvad In .> siuni lanaraant. Lived Poor I v IN ms siitobft | %  cr says ishorwood lived there "very poori>. scarcely %  pending monthan SUhtii HiatS horseflesh and tin -ii.hmi Hollywood and became a screen %  ill. i With Aldous Huxley and John Van Druten, hs lived lor %  iinftin ;i Hindu temple, studyins Yoif.i and sitting iross-legged Mtlon. Like Auden. he deelared, when %  %  that hs would %  .'>•. return to llntain. .mi In Parliament a meinlier ui'Xeil thai they .•.iiiniM bs back sad i .illi'd up A .I he e.i in : unn> Italy. Auden, now 44 m In s whlteK inle-I houw on the i %  hij. He weal w school with Surrounded by purpfci bougalnvillea ;iii.l t-eraniumat. he syld •' Jtn rgess recent ly — "While he was at Ihr Kmbi> In \\ i-!in. I-MI he was ~iii| proCommuni*! At Oxford Auden was wimothtNK of a legnnl. He hated the dayHght Ha would -it in a curtained room, . table lamp .it bis eitiow, a green %  y shads oeei bli weakly pis,i'* which. Hays Bp en dor, %  SBSI -el clonely logelher. %  > thai he unve the Impression of watchfully squlntinK." Faatastk Fads AI WAYS he had "fantsatti %  %  lM i him to httle a. |ri"i(.!* h. want for 3 jmatal Ofek During the Spanish war he %  i r.. i wood, hi wei t to t bins sni %  • %  with the Chiang K tiSMi-k-. lie an Am srlcan cltlran and ..nn Army. In a lakl In North ern Italy Spender told tha Othd day how Burgess had l< to him in London t<> eonaratulat him on his naff He .. i II 6V UM ilivelopmcnt ;l hi* own nlUtude ii> C %  Spender "The i*. munlst, A ICed Tie AT Oxford, %  nender'i taUowstudents disappointed him. "1 took my revenge by becoming self-conscLously ippodte," he say*. "1 became afTeeteo. wore a red tie, culUvslsd Mends ou <-*illege, WSS. unpitlrioti. elan-d myself a pacifist. "1 spaa my own %  shibiUonlaiii cfli'niin.icy. roOtlSSanMS, and lack Of dUselpUtM HS found it liiniussllils td oaareo • %  his ihyam '"-'I to stas %  %  ent <>f RUIDK sions into a pud" i ii -1 tin. in issssrwesdri Inlluencc. Spender left Oxford U> "wrllr and li\r ll,wenl to (iennany. thru returned lu mix wilh OnSXOtk hloom* of Ml., mi v Lui i He joined the ( !' .i ty. but it was an uneasj honeymoon, and he soon lost fmth. Intriguing THESE ars the n who knew flurgess and Maclean. How far do their lives reflcc! iho*e of the mismnit diplomats* 1 Old BUIKCSS think along the same line' And did hi go forward where "ii' ithers ihranh I i I That is one of today's most intriguing questions — I..E.S. When Men Talk Ami Women SI;IY lii l.isltii IN these dsys when brags about his humble origin (even H.i |a And why BSU brandish | Scottish hiboun r listen t' msrksd ( tha Ws from the realm of rotBantl )ecture. A duke on his dukedom EVENTUALLY he will becon the Duke .it Usribotaugh snd %  tahB over tha hi lorfc Palsce Bl enhssm which is now on m-w „,. x Tory Qo v ernmeut) i a rraeonahientrance lee, an informed uw House last w hers IhS trees leading down to l... was OOOS S Stable boy and led ,s i" l > a listener of the highest is water ere (ea l am told) %  horse round the paddock si order. %  ling t.. the dtspostAAS she is a lister 'f Rax HsrUon of Hie great duke's forces at rison it is possible that i the llnttle of Blenheim. !y be would have become skilful settees, bid I have known MANY ye.ii ..-.i met th, 1 late %  tratm if ana Of UlO horses had mPll wno have L.en her guest. t MarlUimugh, und found not taken a dhdlke to him and feel like the young baronet in the him rather penslVC and nut partibitten him %  severely that he Restoration comedy who remaiks cularly fortncomlng until i ashed bssrs the marks t. this day, to the audience: -/nun.isi talk !nm wh.it it n H hk.I %  .1 ,inke. After lhat he thought it would hke an BTIflSl n. eyes III ,' ss he exclalrnsd bi %  i 4a the Army and Qoetbo i ild that t he were not make it his rareer. THERE Is another woman who Cioetho he would like %  mike." Then with the brilliance that hrough Ihs CburehlU utral rorlh on the absu.iht.e-_ ;,',;,-.; %  %  -.;;;; •the dimrtilties. and the glories of \, NOW. look for, iiSJTEm,^ Wtinfl, who Klf 1;(%lshu ,., tuw ,. (i tan S wing collar and is g,^ apt to spon oppi InthoHou ..lukedo Quite nh\ mllsly 00 %  !> %  I .iskeit htm QwbauasUaa> \nd an admiral on lii\ viclnry i fUEMEMBKBED thb In U II when I went to a dinner about USB people at s n Admiral Sti Henr) Harsrood who bad s tl mnh the Oral suee %  tea weeks before. With thst curkHi I tradition that one must not ask a lion to roar. M one RWdS referena to the famou Wise—hut aninne. |M".simists i bav< %  not %  by the the Lou II oseurred to me Mr, S p ea k e r that democrac) I ..tl.iir IT Is bad news that Walter When Darling came out of die Llppmann, the n at dlstlrupisshad U*.•*-18 wai he ii>uk out %  barrelof American columnists, is to organ one dsy t" obsorea the take s rest f"i m at months, to the aeeomrauilmanl .>t He Intends tn rite a book, but ol music, ins wise, knowledgeable smments ou internal anal ..n i s nlsssd by re isn not onlj in .. m .... Ik. %  bu '" b "'" nd ,u \> ith s (reek* snd Ilk hat which he wars even w ten HI Ms coma over to ixmdoIng round the goll CO from lime to time, a handsome, "You golfers wear S antform Ihoi^ 1 %  : Ihe 1920's when he arrived .,t four own." he said. %  pet and this is my m r. and Arnold Lenueti ^ wrTden i .. Card" ll nother he h; nlghl t The I with the nioun-i! kind i>e Bumberad among |hs passfa Ms, Pity, t.-r the worl.l needs faith. (he Not enough jlisl (o IMdiunli They lalke.l sbOUl thlngl personalltiee uf which the adi knew nothing and felt thai a how the wen uptM dignity of being Bnguah. The fad thai he was bored and ignoreil meant nothing. I.ISTFNINt; ol COUffSa, i* SO 1 % %  • M %  '... %  % %  ii sti SS talking. borough taennlqus again. "Do it is not enough to sit quietly snd mind talking BDOUl the ivn.nn dumb—although this has hope a IfMlg taiUI division of the fjsaf Sfasf" I asked theadntireJ d^ world into two spheres of lnfiuHe woke *lUl Bg, of the hardest things on nrr—Russian ana Allied, Wttfa le.n-h an -ctor to mutually pmtltable trad. M "1* the supreme them and the pSapagSOdS WW position of Ajax. h.-re was Exssar, essentials of his art reduced from vol The (henry ol two uorlils IF >\n co m as Unprnann has as doubt America u srm bui that chaos will follow Therefore he sees as the onl By JOHN HABU80N Collecting pictures — not necessarily valuable ones — has long been for me one of the pleasures of life. I started as a small bo) %  Aith postcard reproduartiorsifrom theNation: Tata Gallei ii and while I was still at lehool had purcl... I prints and irininal drawings. I bought never as an investment but irhal pk-ased me at the time and what I on Id alfurd; and did not bother t.> much Bbout whether the pleasure was or not, anymore than I would hesitate for long about ordering a good meal at a hotel or getting seats for a play which 1 wanted to see, buying a new suit or going to Paris for the week-end. I soon had more paintings and drawings than I it one time, just as 1 had mure DOOkg and gramophone records than J could appreciate ;:ll at once. So I learnt the additional plea in' ol being able to decide what picture I would enjoy at any given time. It was nalurul oncoming to the West Indies that I should continue to indulge this taste, and all the works now on exhibition at the Museum have been acquired for my own pleasure, not to help or encourage the struggling artist, nor to build up a representative selection <t taro artists absent from this ihow whose work I should like to possess, out either Ihe picture I coveted was bought by someone else or the artist asked more for il than I could afford to pa^y. In one or two cases, also, I have found myself admiring the work of a certain artist, but never seen quite the picture by him which I felt 1 wanted to own — perhaps he has not yet painted it. when even %  modest collector like myself visits an exhibition or an arlist's studio, he may suddenly feel a tingling in his back, a warm comfortable feeling running up his spine, as he looks at some particular picture. In his mind, he hears himself murmuring, "I want that one." Ten minutes or a quarter of an hour later, if he still has the same feeling, he will probably be well on the way to buying it. In the West Indies, I had this feeling lirst in front of a watercolour by Ciloria Escoffery of Jamaica, and this picture soon became the first In my West Indian collection. I had a similar feeling a few days later when Donald Allan who works in one of the big hotels on Jamaica's North Coast and sells most of his work to tourists, showed me his carvings. I bought a mahogany horse from him then and there. And so it has gone on all round the Caribbean. Gloria Escoffery, by whom there are also six drawings in the exhibition, is one ol tha most interesting and talented of West Indian artists. The daughter of a well-known Jamaican doctor, and a former winner of the Jamaica scholarship, she took her B.A. at McGill during the war, and, returning to Jamaica, was for some time the literary editor of the weekly Public Opinion. Since last vear she has been in England, working at the Slade School, and. also, for the BBC. Of all the centres in the British West Indies. Trinidad has the highest artistic standards, and the largest number of competent artists, some of whom are already familiar to Barbadians, "Blue Portrait", the lirst picture I bought from Geoffrey Holder, was painted when he was only tlfteen. "Boy in Singlet", which 1 bought a few weeks ago, is one of his most recent pictures. Last summer I bought "Doogla Boy" from his brother Boscoc. Their work is rather similar, and both competent and attractive. It would bo difficult to decide which of them has more talent. Louis Agostini. also of Trinidad, never sells his paintings, so 1 felt I was very lucky when he gave me the little brown and yvltow "Still Life." He is. as far as I know, the only abstract painter It present working in the British Caribbean, and though his influence is beginning to be felt in Trinidad his example has not yet been followed. On my lirsl visit to Antigua, three years ago, I met Arnold Prince, whose work has been exhibited several times in Barbados. One :>f the hardest working and most seriousminded artists in the Caribbean, his style has changed considerably since the early pictures n OH POMMllon. But though his work haj certainly improved from the purely technical point o| view, his more recent picture seem to me to lack the poetic quality, and the originality of his earlier pictures. Another Leeward Island painter whose development I have been following with it. terest during the past three years is Ander son Liburd of Nevis, some of whose very Aral and most recent, pictures arc included in thi' exhibition Unlike Prince. Liburd has re tamed and strengthened the direct simpliciK of his work; although he is still so yount that it would be unwsie to make any rash forecast about his Culture. For the present the best of his work is enchanting, and if h continues to evolve in his own particular way we should ask no more of him. Advocate Stationery KC^IWKISSSSr, ••iLAB4SIINE m KII. i KI; f..i i. i Plaster, eh, Wood etc: For HMSde and outside use. Can ix\-.ishod or painted over. there Aettilea, snd tru . hut WHAT ] nf beinK n icy dislike I have not siven up hope." he says, "lhat this is about ; hv ro-exislence To whi.lt 1.:: wh.ii the l agreed divorce, not a marriage. i line ;i mind will BOOB become impaticrU and the best Usreturn to its task. i i | It is with considerable sadness that I have ;•> convince myself that my days of collectinpictures :n the West Indies are over. %  nd that however my friends, the yuan. artists, may develop X shall not be there ti applaud, nor to help any new talent which may declare itself. But at least I shall have ihrtton of taking away with me these graphic remind'. days spent in beautiful places, of people and islands which I shall not forget. •ium PL A VI It" An Asbestos plugging compound, especially recommended for fastening Screws In Btona, Concrete, Brick and all type* as masonry. WILKINSON & HAVNES CO. LTD Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 World Court Appoints 5 To Settle Oil Dispute Iran Will Ignore Court's Ruling THE HAGUE, July 5 THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE on Thursday granted Britain an "injunction" in the Iranian oil dispute and said the AngloIranian Oil Company should continue temporarily to operate as it aid oc f "re Iran decided to nation alise it The Couri., however, recommended the appointment of a fire man "Board of Supervisors" composed of two Britons, two Iranians and a neu tral representative who would help evolve a formula _for the future management of the company British Houses Being Bobbed In A l>adan THIS the oheai \out Iran legal A: : Two attended spectators walked :ifter the rullnt( W charged Britain had i right to tubmti to the dJaputi n volvlng the OOMnUMIll :md the Iranian Oil C'ompanv. Tin' Court said the state of affairs justifies the indie • lion of intiii.i i lection." But two of t&e |' black robed Judges. Pol. i. Winsarskl, and Egypt' I'assa. dissented. Thoy araued the Court aftould not ;mtlioi bM in) niti'i i %  mil it decided whether it had jUrifdlcUoil ti. rule OD the settlement of the entire dispute. TinCouri pro) Board of SupOTVfMM Insure the fmnuiiiiy's "COnUMTOtal duatrial "|. %  I... %  ABADAN. July 5. A wave of robberies ,r BlituH houses is sweeping Ada dun des• %  tmnlan Police and troopo unexpeet" —I*.P. To Visit US Situation Is Becoming Intolerable In Oilfields UlNlJON. Julv 5. S.^ rotary Herbert Mor. Uon ia the Iranian pil llelda waa becoming Urtoterdflr* 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Iranian Oil Company %  in n'ii economic rum. i told th r H I. ,.\ inv iiuhing to ( BrtUafa 11 v %  %  %  ll M I MaarMaaa Hose to Abedari Pleasures ti. prou should Paratartfl fail to .nes have 1***'' taken' 1 Morrison said. Kuril.-! •drurtcd the British Ambassador 1 m Teheran La work with Untied states Ambassador Ffaj i toward %  promise, jlforrtaon touching briefly on thu. j move uld, 'Tho I .Mwinwno |lN(1 (i withdraw from ihc In•rv which it baa built end brought li %  %  or anV* •rnry Yet this. Wtttl all thr % %  I II. thut would %  Iwhat flu. Ireh la n lovei I f the cirr.pon. to do li 1 HIS HONOUR the Chief Justice; Sir Allan Collnr* n • ol Qrand Oaaalon %  lei i %  bound ova 60-jaar-oM labourer lOeorga Alb ana of Obnd peat i -ir.i' I beluvt lour for 12 I month. Ul the sum of KM e>; nlirVIVf'fl he waa found guilty ,,r utdeoentlj [uvfrnv r..l. . aaaailBilli seven-year-old BOSTON. Jub .. |( Z j' w?S^5SS Mr %  Wi "•••' K( • BoUdtor %  '' OanaTal,proaacutad forth. %  %  ,' % %  uiayn. for 12 minute "^Counsel Before binding him ... I ro -. .. .. -_ Honour told Alle>ne to stop Heart Slopped 12 Minute. I.ONDON. July 5. • Princes'! Elizabeth and Prince Philip Will Vifll the Unit the) are uinU-d ultei thin tOUI M Canada in Qcto ba r. responslblt sources said Thursday. 'The patient was Mr. Keith IT, SEitSal of San Francisco who a normal llf with her husband and two children. The Doctor N. A. Wilhclm. i in th. caaa made raadleal bM cruse Mis Keith suivived — il"'. Mar her heart stopi>ed but after it hud undergone four min"ventricular ftbrillatloi." which la aaaodaiad with death. Mis Keiti. anterad the hoapltal Mav | The i Deration vs performed May II and ibe left June B — V.T. twm IV ;rhV|J tie e>i4il ill children and) £ women. The jury deliberate.! for about 15 minutes before Nturouuj their verdict of uuilly of The King and Queen visited the Untied Slates during their tour of Canada in 1B39. attending four days as guests of President Roosevelt. Prime Minister St. Laurent an%  i Ottawa on Wednesday. that the Royal couple have accepted an Invitation extended to then, HI London by L. B. Pearson. Canadian External Affairs Minister who now is overs?as il.mi With Children Kxplodes On River IlERLIN, July 5. man excursion ataan.tr ii 150 school children on %  tpludcd and burst into Thursday on the Spree Iti\. .r E.i'l H.Min i tnaaaei aatd the explosion threw many children into the water They said others jumped Into the water when their cloUMU cauvht lire and drowi.. I P rinlfnd Bryai appearco before the Court of Gr.n -. ,.. rlarday on chargi '. nnectlon it'i the S-.I.I.HK of Site was repre*enled by Mr. B. W W Reeve. K.C Soin toi General, proaecuted for the Crown Furtl.ei be a ring was adjourned until lo.oo o'clock this morning n the Chief Jus. Sir Allan Colly T i I i Hefner Rescued WOODS HOLE, Massachusetts July 5 : Rear Admiral Edward H Snmh. who apant moat 4 • %  life in the Coast Guard, directing M of sailors and lishermen. had to be rescued himself. His 35 foot power boat Greay brok down off Vineyard Raw day and he had a radio Coast i tow him in. barraaaad -il'.P.t 178 DIED IN JULY 4 CELEBRATIONS CHICAGO, July 5 The United St death toll waa below the National Safety CouneU'a estimated 130 and f the lowest for a holliiav in aaveral 1 rainy weather ral in monv pn-ts Aci• iCP> Bouse Destroyed %  taty destroyed board and ralla Ro.id I between CORROSIVE FLUID CASE ADJOURNED Bruise lt.,,.,,„ th e rauw or his death It patrol the inne, Thursday Lord InVOftBalpal %  LICJHININC. KILLb 2 Clyde Hive. Brant hli home a' HAVANA. Cuba July 5 JDlllMOn to (ireenock. Lightninii itruch a Uraworlta tt s believed that Lord Inveron the outskirts of Havana ohapi I I ft Tuesday. Two men were killed and collision with ;> truck and sustained %  %  %  Commit %  ItiiiunN Uleeaauj Gaaparali %  %  iHild in ih il la %  U liul.o \, .in. Q taeeal 1 a* count. Mr. Tutor: Around thr mil 0 0 tobar, \9A9 Attorney General: Do you know Mr Tudor: I Uiiio. .'. .. in 1 |tl Mlorne> Qaaet a l] \ li lb -: %  r e Often dated un direct, 1 been ap I %  1 .11.-1 v. il] : at ailable to tru 1 %  % %  1 r 74. the normal Wi Kara Offkai Mr. Tuder: Yes Plan To Help 1I1 hut! tliil l..i I tRICKET AND SHEEP AT PRINCESS ALICE • rlrkel m.li M look l>(4., Ii INDON Julv I h 1 iplc ao > n t I leM raai ar sUj %  id,.id,pleylaj Caaaibarliiii wkat 1'" iiSHAH DOING WELL AFTER OPERATIONS TEHEHAN. July 5 Iranian and American doctors Thursday, removed the Shah of Iran's "chronically inflamed" appendix and a shoulder tear resulting from a bullet wound he received in February, 1949 in an attempt on his life. A bulk-tin issued after the Iwi operations scid the 31-year-old Shah's condition was "excellent" Doctors said the two cvantlona lasted about two hours—(t'.f 1 Lord I nve re ha pel Dies In Hospital GREENOCK. Scotland. July :> tavaronapel rormer Brttisn 1 envoy to the United States. Russia and several South American countries died in Larknold baapttal I ne I..-day. aye 69. Lord InverehaiK-l former S. Archibald Clark-Kerr was one of the most colourful men 111 the Itiplomatir sci-vu-e W* ho lolnxl In IMS. AlUr n*l|£ ' %  I Minister to the Centr;il Ajncrij ^ '£*'"" , .. on republics in th. 1920s and lo „. !" "• ''' %  1 !" HJI-3S HM ,l| IIIIK plana foi Mid South Africa look the Initlativi briiiKinki .. propoaal %  . %  onwaaltl N The t'nion is prepariiiK U) or 14.IIU-I ,1 token force of ti plane.for the Middle Beat to lot BrttaMi tmops alreadi tin re Australia and Nm '/.< %  .. %  1 pre>.plan to m ike %  outrii'Utions mainly oti ground maka available: essential militti ju|iphcKPi Gift l< I .C.W.I. Ml WietmK ani Ud ol Qaorgi *n BrlUah Ou na have presented u> the Unlvei sum of 13.600 (li W 1 %  I by cuatomer *fter the withdrawal Of the Sof \ in Dritiah Ou %  CoOoge thli um will be hold %  1 trust fund hy the Unlvei 'olleue and uaed toi .t d(|aa %  Colltfje %  ..in % %  %  i'ii %  . %  %  %  %  1 mppiiiK walerfra 1 we Be* %  work uttli .. HIM. rahp] had %  a thr -.tun uiiv 'I'ha t*ir Ui the held IkM lu be l<*ll open lor lhe>e tru< ks |u enter sh.cn h>v mjdr use „l thk opporlun hti Vrirrd.ii the] tneaded the field mid *er r craslnx all over II. M Ua Taake jPrlaoai and lady in waiting TunV.' il ftuWjPicks U,K. Govt. Hardly 5-Mou IVain i rr gi 1 ForCe^efire Just lo LolOHieS (From Our <>\v 1 ('iirri-|Mniileni) LONDON. Julv :,. SEVERE CRITICISM of On propowd 1 K Cuba Trad. \ .in.-ui for ill't* hai 1 r 11 %  .., tobacco %  conl Inod In thai Utast ksstif •>( tho iniili'tm \ 1" countrj the effect ol n filch • at onb l oV tun., ii .1 to U %  p put < .1 Ml, Il ,1 1 % %  ...) 1 cigar m a ine m ployod 1 1 to And other amp* 1 rneari the buueMn aaai n 'i -mi tranalated into LuTertng Mould bo h hTd U> cornp %  More Murtlsliip r'or Jiinmi. M point %  -.ui that II> U K < %  %  rrnmT, t prou-ild. lUJM ".i,,,i, wouM on.1' la i! a wtonlea %  OmpOte s keenl\ U itueeaaary • Mi tinCutaoA product Utlle faaMalcartkeei %  .'. [hi %  ited Klnfdon serve the terma or n %  aereemeni on tarUI 1 1 traoV M in. ii forbids tnemploymant, !"• ol old 001 Cuba havmi 1 %  %  .1 I i I'M 1. lr. %  all. I. ., I.ll. I): .1 ulaaa like 1 a bearded t I j dui %  i,, 1 %  %  1 .in, inj the I H hat |uat Ian lo. the killed kaboui and the %  %  to. I 1 requli llara. from Uila 1 %  %  '!.< natural 1 r< . %  %  Trivial and b 1 of .mi Hoi oil.1 ba .0 hit % %  for DO worth . 1 %  I n pointa out that uch an aareenot he the threat to Jama h it e. if only thu Mr ItalcoU %  %  I I tabllahed prefarentUil 1 %  alwaj in the The aria 1 itlnus "In the "mill ..i BSraornanta and poUch where ob] %  %  1 %  to the unity of Ou eoli %  in %  and %  %  -1 \.iii.i" '.i..it we in thi-s country ahould -t .ii I %  I IT) idea th I lien I K Oovet %  pen I % %  h TI a Britlah could %  %  1, %  i| on ti • ... ii-i 11 on Pace 3 I %  ppi %  LlCfc-NSES ISSUED FOR JAPANESE GOODS LICENCES anil be I the Comro %  hiof the %  1 %  IWL /6,O00 SAGS FLCU* CXPECTED IN AUGUST Canada (100 i hi i ma August Will lie U I are burns, injuries. —I'.P. Office. The ceiling in • quoted %  ) Collective Security Can Stop Reds "i Mi niMott %  [!. a . Held' Mr Tader y/< Ihr (dnimiM loner: Was thi rornmlttee who vi rb '!• %  Mi liut.n 1, Had U bad Ants Ml Waiaatb The iiut that >ou %  i. %  %  -.: %  ell It? Mr. ludor: | found out that 1 %  The (n not .ictton dominUaan I aled by any one nation or by any Dewey'i 80-mii Mi laatar I 1 ION Uaaan v %lr 1 ui -: n ') I'ase :i %  %  A ruling uv toue wen two i-'ii 1 1 %  • tod 1 r IVonl Quiel CVvo c f TOKYO. July a An Eiffhth Ai %  that onlj repot led %  lurimt ti.. %  %  1 —t'.i' ^utnmy/ I.S. U'ur Ciist.allit:. juu .1 1 % %  . %  %  ; M ll'.r.l "GOLFITO-' TAKES 28 PASSENGERS %  % %  : Will I. I <-. tflu r 1..1K11 t %  • uiy Dewi I M 1 ulture. Throunh the Unite-1 1 on Friday. In an Nations we are welding un invmmente but was rea address t< ( th.. American—Japan dole partnership Of rArengtl that even aa among fr%  Communion %  urepared to make final lican party leader arrived here with other fr-e Japan he was dison Wednesday on the first lea of .world, cussing arranuements for mutual .1 MX-wcck ZvuOO-mile trip to 1 OPEN I IKE ON Ii.S. SIMPS 1 I1 TOKV %  Mai 1 I RY'S iK/i fit make / DELICIOUS DRINK Try il and bkM. Dot dillcrcncc. F'or a breakfast cupful, miK dry I Icasrwrnnful OOOM attl lUflal 10 I uaa\ Then, and thai 1* the MCKt, IM .1 Uk cold milk to make 1 thin BBVOOU pajta POUI 00 IH'IIIIIK milk. Of milk Itlu-imic.ainllhcic's your bjarl FRYS COCOA with rite REAL CHOCOLATE flavour! T. CEDDES. GRANT LTD. — Agcnlt