lvari D t Skeete Dut E SUUo.." St Per No reaaonabl. offer refuaed W ? SI-JT, POl-UTBY FAKM iNclud^,-" „ b,.,,,,.!,... (1 ,r M, MM ,., fhlranclnB Ur. „( u lr „ H.l.h,., a •quiprrirni and other Poultry appliance. *ell M irrtent .t.k ^1 rhlrk. r— rrtlred ni AUCTIO!* • II M I have Coil in aril b>public Anrtlo.1 at tMMlL *"i WrdnpHlav the Mill ,it J oiloiK ilaa Dodffe AmrMilanre Trim. C.h r>AHtY A SCOTT. Omfinmriil AuctM %  .! :; si in A wind-blown look lan't pretty "Amami Wave Set" makes your hair H eaay to net ao quick ta dry Tttli non-olty preparation keenititlt an wnvea firm and wind-proof Ktnoirrfl i,m ii i n-an \-i-i i MI M TOOTHPASTS fttart aavhia; -our Amm-l-flwl Tootti osate Poifj Within %  abort while vou rrnv be the winner of on. nf the follow!%  Prl.e (fcOOO. Jnd nilr SIS 00. Sir" Prlie SB 00 II 81—SBn Frea-i HKA.SS1ERR' rwnate B.wilh beautiful th.iaiiera We have AtnarI..UT atria ni.— i.i. in 111 everr l>pol %  Kiiie f> K lo SI M Klrpalani Swtn St-eel II 7 H—111 I am Hl.,.,ied to MlH for aalc that eiy eomforlable *u„\nmifjinw SBllaaJ .i HwnaaU Hn ., d o,,,,, Church II i. n.ariv ahadrd *,U, tree. Nd ioff the main road w llh open erandah. drawl- and dining roonta, badrooma. Unlel a-id balh. laraxe and ervanu room lofather with the land m ,hlch It .tanda H !• at fnmwH auMii. %  UMMM ckorpa aaeak M araU aaa* N ceaii. Sawdaaja M l e ord. arer M ord on SwadWpa. HELP AaaMtant ArckiTact or taw Atchl tattura! AaalaUnl raqutraal in Pajrl^fSpam oajw-e of buey tirm. raaas be aajaajfaaja B nd rapid draualu.maji, d ( _-ma> .„4 -. I be BfraakfM H BalkaJo.. af. ex•ry requited to W ratkin. R I R A midad I 7 SI 3., POOTIIUM Quired lor our offke **!ary SM M %  kuas bated e> i-eriaara .nj t.h..-led.e of cah and account. HI I rlll l Crrtin.-ttte will i • StSSsag q* | a refereneaja abould be puatad aiM %  >••! Glands Made Young -Vigour Renewed Without Operation If you t*al old aafora your um* or eooTer troin n>rve, bran and phyal.ai w-ann.aa. ..U will Sad naw happlneea and h-atih II, Ul SllHUSk naaallcaJ aiacareary ttoraa raaUXul vigour and yltaiio qadeka* kan |Laa4 operation. It la a -molhoSMlaaaM W b^tarm. aia ( tnn*lae. HorilrkW Mdlled Milk Kwoet I oni I mplre Colter. Rre^klwat Hull*. I A It llruvMilim lor l.i.-lrv 1, mil lli FtM TolTee. r \lr.i iaraaafl Minis, t'hcl *-.iurr. >,,,.;. Sauce. Helm X I rjv It. MI. ix ( atiitrd sup<. "-lb. lins I'runes JOHX it. i ii i mi A so\s i. in. NOTICE I M %  plytnfl %  I I ren% %  %  wrlttan and %  Cedjajiad Secratary. 'AMHAIfc OFFICIAL NOTICE i ..i For ruiarai applv to OArtCV A SCOTT. alaaarlne Lane T T Sl-3i baen inalrurtcd bv %  ofle* lor MI.bv publl. i (ood ft new Term. ( i. D-ARC-V A SCOTT Havi I,.. UNDEH THE IVORY HAMMER in bBSb ..i...i.„,.-ue,i I aria ,.|, ••n rrlda* Jul> Dlh at H-I (;..i... Church Villa** I|J I I iht Mudaon tar lM M. I. 1 %  .ed until IPS! In perfect I arable lor Ti Term. C"h. Isale at I p m IN TIH. IUIII Ol IHIMI IN PURSUANTS ol lh.Chance,, A mu having: ,„ elSlMlaaj an, M. i, ice in or arlecltnc ihe nmpert. n, lo hrtn*. before mr an imounl ..i tnatr inienta and voucher. I., be rtamlnnl I houie nl IS noon and 3 o'clock In the ..lleinoo _. I'.a.lu n.ildliM. Ilrldaelo.n before the I41h da. .< S. P lri"leT. |M %  |...il*d on and i.'nked in-^rdl-a M •ire-.l "i-cii.i Ii i.iherwi-e ... h -aapaaa win | v precluded from a-.ree ai Plaini I>elenrta PROITp-n' AIX THAT <*ita> i ...gar plant..! pariah ol Saml Joaeph in Ihla laUnd aj Acie. M perch** of land or lher*abouU or lale Of Mount Wlllon. Parkea. Rl. hm.. Plantatloru. on landa now lair of W Quentm and Fred. abut and bound loan hi v, U I'll' Sl'\ AN .'i i.> ibuttira and buundlnd oti L Va>iahi. J..—|.h llra.1. h — ihe public road or ..I. A ma.. bid SHIPPING NOTICES HARRISON LINE OOTWARD PROM TH2 PNITED KIN0D0M a 2 Chri-lyi KnulakKt" la a hMtlnd and antlaepiic EmuUlon (or Chaflna. Sim bum .Chauplruj and roughncaa of Ihe h .nd. etc Alwayi keep a bottle handv ready (or crncegrnciea Price la bot I.Sli.lirs LTD 11 J 11 ii IVS.W fiS -STATKSMW S.S. ••ADVISKK" SS "TBADER' S.S "STUDF-NTSS "EXPLORER" SS. "SPEAKER Tha *err 'l"t snpllcatlon of NUodarm b.glna to .lrr n-ar pirnpira Ilk* muni'' Das Nlaodarm tonlgi %  and you will Boon *** yuur akin, h. inmlnr a"ft. Birvinth and clear. Nl"o d*rm In a. n-w dlicoverr that kill* nrms and partuilirri on thn akin UMi caua* I'lmpte., Holla. Red hlotrhr*>.'.*ma, Itlnifworrn, an.I I %  %  %  '.-. % %  until you remov* tha scrma thiit hi.i In Iho liny norea oryour akin P irrt Nmoderm (rum your chamm t. day uniler the poalllvr luaraiite* lh. Nnoderm will b.imah plinpl'a < taor your akin avfl and BCMoUl • Nixoderm El].V' r.r Skin Troafck. p*-iu. MOTORISTS ATTENTION I .'/V.'^.v.'A','.'.'.::'.::::'-' FOR SALE N eOM Road, containing Betliooms. Drawinj and Dimng Rooms, open r.aIUr>. standing on 12,000 sq. (t. of good land, with wnti rot kitchen garden. Frlee : X. MO. fl. •. Mortgage can IK 1 arranged CECIL JEMXflTT Phone 4H3 Ova? Knliht*., 13. Broad St 10,7.51— In. rO-DAY S NEWS FLASH JOIIWIS s M VUONCRV AND IIARmVMti: will be rioted TIU'RSOAY. JILY l?lh CKIARETTE LIUHTERS New .tylea different ihapca. all of good quality and marked Cheap KNIGHTS DRUci •IToaE^ 10 7 11—J.i F9TERHROOK PTNS-Wa hav* them -ii ao a few loare iiMaa Call early Knight. iPheonl.i 10 1 SI—3n rKKHE PILCHtw ?* [at tlil. from our Sod K..NH1HT* Phaonlai. Obtainable al KINCIIT't CFNTS TMHFF PIECK ORAV lUIFil 1IIT ApproalmaM ../e-M m-l S1a 10 7 ii t f n. OALVANISB SHUTS MB*) gauge Q ft *7 II a (I |3 Ik) AI-. Aim Hit SlieetI II I It lO (I AI llilph Oeiirda Hardwood Alley. M 7 II In N'T ROOI CH0COI ATI "AII1 Thcae aie In grenl demand < ... PtaSBalm 10 ; n an RECOHDSi Charlie Knnr, Rm areM*1 Sol II In .lock A R.if. PAILS Sm-on-lhand Pall* Call I I >.| II.i treet Trefer lo a'll by a II 11 2' OFTER S Jar. ol chivei • %  ind alre. for onl 2 Ml • M..I I '. I % %  II 7 M -1. . irsiims I'MTS ion !-: %  ol.-.T-.IU:ils Read] packed in Burlap Bag., each contalna 43 Spring. .8 row r T sad MlMM I" %  ItI bl it-d cuanlllv avallabk. Apply immediatel•i Th* Standard Agnicv iRdoa. Co. vi Priori. IS T SI Sn I'ttlN PI.FX SIIAHPFVPRSSharpen vour Itaior Blade, with thn well known Sn.rprner They M a I.K* time Edge KNIf.HT'S DRUG STORE 10 1 31—Sn. wr.l niNCi MATERIALSElectrode. in all** of S. I and 101 alao bton/e .teel and flu. for Ac*tyl*n* welding Enquire Auto Tyre Company. Trafal-i.iy Street* Phone SSM \ Rave |uat i-ielved an auortment ol Flnurr and Vegetable Heedi (mm KMi.HTSt LTD II : H an I'Misnvu. The public are herebv warned ago glilna) credit to mv wile FLR.ITA nilATtlWAITK mee I.OVEI.Li al I not hold myaelt reapon.ible for hei IM conlmctlng any d'bt ..I., i.. YRIL BRATHWAITE. Ii.. .-.. %  SI John I T M ?i The publir are herebv warned agalnal Bvina rradii to mv .(.• ETTA I I I MaTRTC IIMt Pst1< I do not noiu M l>er or anyone *kM eofllracUnl an> debt or d*Ma in mi n.ni* unle.. bf I -rillei *J i %  Yi v w "Home Sweet Home" pleasures and rialaeea though we may ruam" "there it no place like home" II there 18 A fiAS ( OtlRKR I Birr Thi* IIUMNNI. Haaatr By inatrucliona received t will art up r gale by public auction on Thurada* ril tlie Ilth July al 7 o'clock at Lower Station Hill. SI Michael, one double coled houar with ahop attached, and .IM aq. (1. of land. Alan the Koiiaehold i.nature Trrmi caah. D'An. A Scott. A. M ST.Sl-Sn PI in.K Minus Ten ce-ir per oooi* Una on wtrk-dat,* mil 12 gaagg par ovule Una on Xhiulaua. %  nalinum cMoroe II..) on urok-dnyi find SIM on Suaddbl. NOTICK i for a vacant Rulkeley Truat Fund e-hlli.ri.iTi (enable al any flrat or aecond gr.idc H-hool o( Ihe UUi.d Will b* received ba „ t.> the Ilth July ltd! Candidate, n.ii.i be ani %  .-, I-. bd %  ..I | I t le A baptiamal certilUiile Irom the Hendmaaler o( which applicant atleml. i pany application Forma o( appllratln mutt be obtained from me K MASON. Clerk. Verfry of t (ic.rgr 10 7 '.I 3 it NOTKK r> ." Dll. BartHuloi London ISrd June IHh Julj C.lasgow 6lh Jul> 10th .lulv Uvarpool 7th July I i i...nd. HI loth July 24th July l-nndon 10th July 2Sth July Liverpool 20th July 4th Aug HOBscJWARD TOR THfc UNITED KIHOUOM Wise. F„ r SS Si 111.PTOR" l.i\i i i. I SS "TRIBESMAN" ,.Lon.l..:i SS -STRATEGIST" Qraenock Barbados ISth .lulv 28th Juiv .dth .lulv For further information apply to DA COSTA A CO.LTD.—Aventa Caiiadian Nationul StcuniHliiph PtRI-ll OF T JOSS Application* IM m I I on al Ihe Indge School will be by th* undanlemed ip lo MS Tnuradav Ihe IJth Julv, lull Car.dld.vtra mu.l be the llaHiliaiwn i" *" % %  '• i %  id not lra than S yeara nor more lhan i .veara old on ihi %  r, .ii Ii .tl l-e h-l.l ii| the School at 1090 a m nn F-idav the 13th Julv. • nini can b* obtained dUtlnd orT.ce daya nod hour* ,|y Bapti-mal crrllAcalra to accom ""' %  "*• """; rA.n.. Clerk to Ihe Ve.lri. St John 1.141 IHE StOAR DSBiaTBtf At.RKUlt MM BASK ACT, IMS T" Ihe rrrdltar* balding .atrlallr II"agaln.l Ka*.h. rianlallai*. HI l.aey TAKB WOT1Ctnai I. th* Owner of the above Plantation am about lo obtain a loan of *SM under the provlalon* ol th* above Act again*) th* aaid Plantation, in rtwpect o( lh* Agricultural year ISS1 lo IMS No money haa been bom the A*rkulldral Alda Act. ISO*, or th* Above Act ia the ca.e may bei in -e.pect Dated thi. Hth clav of Julv 1M1 1MOMP KSir.HT LIQUOR IJCKNSE NOTICr Tfl appnc-it. "I Okraamiti • I Mo It ..„ V.rel St Mlch--I Ml 1-' rriaalon to *-'ll Spirll.. Mall IJajiKir.. *V al IM *d isMS of No I* Swan Stre. lotcd thi* Bth day of July 1MI o II A TAlAtA. Eaq Police Mfl*lr*le. DUt. "A" OPtANKT M A i .. per J K C. GBANNUM, ApplKant* N 0 Thi. application .ill be conaid .... ....:. Police Court Dl-lrlct "A" on Thurad* Ihe ISth dav of Jul> IMl at II oclocl II A TALMA. Police M isMSa 'D I A ANDREW II jpfflM tafadaraUea U'r A****JaUaa CiO F. It ARMSTROIIO LTD. UhllXiTOWr *l/HBAl>OS StLECT THE FOLLOWING BUILDING NEEDS !! ( nirNT (llrunu ARiifx) It \K IRON I In .ill Shreal IM'WIHII Ml I VI tin jll Sliea) HAM IKMRIl %  •AIN'TS X KNAMtXS iln ill Brand*.) All ELECTRICAL ACCESSIIRIKS And Many Other t *rtul III MS Dm Numernu. to M l*a> I'S a Vlall hefore n. ,.m. vour Selerllon Useuhere. Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. THE HOUSI FOB liAHCiAINS) \ l aw gawt n,,.H. 'in'., lim.... .;.MI SAC IKONS *S.2 TOASTERS .Sl..7 HOT PLATES SI2..0 "JUNIOR" ELECTRIC COOKER . WITH OVENGRILL and HOTPLATE.. .-&T2AMI a CITY GARAGE TRADING Co., Ltd. VICTORIA STREET-DIAL 4671 I BEAUTY TAKES SILK Say* Helena Rubinstein NOTICE Il herebv ijiven 0 ih^t SALEH HAHMAD £ Mahojiany l .MI is •nplyini 0 i rnor f> cal, 7*' I•• !" 5 I L. S. WILSON R*BV ST. I DIAL 4(Hi9 EVERY WISE WOMAN knowi Ihtl thi _..,.•**— %  %  .'ippculiii km'! MI llcau %  -Ii t.'-ii'l '.'. .in i liiilly fr-miiniit' (tin onMthlng tbsl is lai ramovwl trora a mmak llkt, nud*u| SH.K MCE POWDER ipmdl a transparent film DVtr UM skin DMlDJ > tintiny Silk par' Ii a |h1 '-Ivi %  • 'i msuarent. Natural tlnb and hi %  i rw througli thia ii irittble Silk lilin The S. iei. ili, He,ml v It tl.lers mid Cnsmclic < rtiilioiis of HELENA RUBINSTEIN are obtainable at... Wm. FOC.AIMV. LTD. AOBNTI REAL ESTATE JOHN M. in IIIOS icm. \ F S.. IV A. FOR SALE I <*>und cotillion thi.....-I i I' ...i.ge .1.1. I fin. In.lied r/maoAU lotefl inirtri... unit S nniiulei I,,..,. I.... .,.'.. 1 llv. %  ..( I tie le ....... • It I I" I'. %  I nf tha Ealal* Type xrth -..lull. %  -.1..I n -i laiae loui rnch -i.i.l ... arnica there %  %  %  rr aav Th* S 'lraie l.ige ao.l i %  !. %  Th.r, tub %  niodarniaalion taj be carried out %  %  %  ground* a.. e.t.nt W rll |>lante.t with U.e* and i.ll vartetla* Ther i %  .i I I : i UM %  II.. %  ellent bathing Hli Mil II I i llh 1 % % %  >. BaMe•iiu *.u maintal i ma .u.b* %  kBsajaf % %  • '<% %  % %  %  !# %  ". cn.i.u of an enrloaed galVfT*. living n-.oi din.ng ... Id %  % %  gal's rauni %  nd aheuble gJMaue The piitpeTtP %  %  — • %  nard arid I. -: RENTALS I'l I \\I II \l I ( IIIHOI ," tayrella HI -HIIIH..I | ll*|. I',v| rlngton inn ill Michael Modern : ... ITSMTUIOaU %  r.i M i^i \n M,I sis At'CTIONHKRS andT SCBVLVOKS PL AM \IIIN> |ti II IHNt. I'hone 4640



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mm,,,. mW; MUCH ESTABLISH!*!) 1895 U.N. WAISTS ASSURANCE OF GOOD FAITH FROM RED PEACE DELEGATES WEDNESDAY LY TRICE rr.HtvTs IUM QM:T MUNSAM. July 10 fHE FOLLOWING is the text of the opening .tatement at to day's Kaesong meeting by Vice Admiral C Turner Joy, Chief U N delegate "The U N Command Delegation here present represents and speaks for the Commander in Chief of the U.N Command. It does so fully and solemnly conscious of the great importance to the peoples of the entire world, of the discussions begun here to day i* .', %  %  ,.. %  .. L. Dig) %  v 111 continue in all %  i Liiril lonn % %  < h lime JIS %  n .i|:reemcnt on terms in %  h time n.< an approved l %  I N %  trying thoaa %  i -ii.to ml 1* N COBUUnd delegation will :,1 III good faith. We must be as.surcd that the representatives of %  %  Ki %  ,.i do Uk*wkn General H.Q. issued the following communique on cvaaeflrc %  j ••Five virtually axpri men returned to the advance peace camp m Korea at 6 55 p.m. today, nfier concluding the first day's cease Are talks with Chinese Com•;it Kaesong. Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy. chief of the live man U.N. DaleRatlon to the Cease Fire Talks. i i iikly from the first helioOftCBf, and said, "no comment %  -UP It Mo* Trade Of 4 total value of SI.03K.WIT. Karhjdos exported SI.4U0.373 to Canada in Ma> 1931. I \ ports to the t'nlleif I-1 II. il..m for the -.in.in nth Mere tlttl.tW. Iliiiim May Kjrhados Imli.irti-.l M.H'.H.I ,i| on.lli Kim Canada and S?,119.566 from the I mini Kingdom. tram Au-tralla S3T8.84I of ..i.iis Mere imixirled and from tile I idled Stairs .if America $333,333Truman s Prestige mu m !" // Korean War Ends iB> A. I OI.spM WASHINGTON. July 10 Ti mi.in'. political Stock, which has bobbed up and down apeo laculajrly In the last aix years. is due for a powerful nt'A up* swing if the U N < I successful t-i'.i-i-fire In Korea, aeOni Of .in lent political source Tri.conamsui of Informed opinion ithai the "vindication of. Truma Kon p Ucy ivhsen is how hi' supporters would interpri't i permanent ceased re— might Mpiipulanty that would earnhim r four year term in the White House. Euu.iiK ooganl irfumas bail leal firm days t*i..t the end of the ftji.-.mg In Korea. providing it last*, for a| least a year, II aiToffi the President the opportunity to retire from his high nftlce graceful!) and with honour. Truman has resolulaly refused to say whether he will be a candidate again for the Presidency naatl paw Whalevei his thoughts on this subject were heretofore, it is generally conceded that Truman will have to re-assess his position a* a result of the ovents set off by the Soviet diplomat. Jacob Malik's cease-fire proposal of June 24. -UP. Red Troops Fire On UN WEST CF.NTPAI. I Chu op, red tion. in iho Chorwon-Kumswa %  nigii of Com* MinUts" gra lanftrata he m B arms and in the .lorth eeniul 'I fill palm] mid Kumowo und I Intelligence officers -aid "the B %  M'uig dowi %  ilrcflghtwere the "rti*t arldo ap tt %  %  ostyi to aUiai troop* patrolling ivtensivilv lower reache of the foi-mei triangle. t f Jet Fighters For Europe NEW JERSEY. July in. It was learned on flM lay tl %  fltpnMnl of jet rlghtei I Lines pD leave the Until under the mutual del* i i stance pa If I I i Europe. The plane* are loaded on the deck of a freighter which cleared Newark harbour on July 2. unbar of plant%  Ippad .mi tht .i txacl destination w %  n i|ltai Hrigielier Cenci..! Will MChOtBi tl commanding the An Forces recenlh reactivated -'H47th transportatioii OM the shipment was He in what planned to be stream of tataal Bghlar craft bah •sent to Atlantic pact members CkrBi lab said Mvaral 1 Ipnwi la Hi fighters including latest jets have been shipped from this depot since the initial 1 .iiibeing shipped from the depot after hemg Down hem from plants thrniigluuit the Cnitcl States—r.P. Criticise Salaries For Top Govi. Jobs 'pRENCHANT CRITICISM was levelled .. MTIWinnl tl vt-s'erday's meeting of th tive Council chiefly by Hon'ble G. D. L. Pi' deplored the difficulty in the recruitment of M to fill senior administrative and twbalcal i nmi'iit Service Honlda Dr. H a. Massiah also pointed out that Oownmanl had followed I policy of b officer; :.|U i.111v I T aiti--i. ir and then transferring them to complete! departments than those in which th-y ha.. I special training prnumn BL1CABBTB ii old Jinet Oulhtl* whik Mrs. OnthrU KIV. of hmnorOKx nrl in BtickingbaM F.iUc. ro*d. wail'"i A Ml mKb Mi co.1 anil tiirM •> at lh< a— In Utlk l bora-. II IUlUBll "illi %  L.BJ Allder Finds 11 Hard To Speak The Tru lit —* MR W A CRAWFOfcl5 II ihe HUUM I yeaterd; ' i ;. %  • in. tit hr li.iii IIUKIP compai r w ,„k, |hi %  Wi %  Ii Ii i workt i i Mi F.I W.. \ .,1111 n ver> difflcull to gpMk the ttuih. Mi Crawford wanted Mi Walcotl to withdraw hti I | Knallyl decided i % % %  .... werr^i .. . i ution lor 917.400 which w.is th. I f ii: watt ;igreed to -Money Needed To Promote Economic Development" — Prof. Lewis Supports A Plan LONDON Bic; CAPITAL Uiv a alm apl In under-developed areas %  ui -\\ ara) %  Improva the standard of living und promote the economic development of these areas, according to Prof. W. Arthur Lewis. Profeaaor of Political Economy in the Universit] ol Manchester, who comes from l';i^!' lea, St. Lucia were available on scry cosy terms. This is lantanji -• oaflcancy o' also de%  %  %  lot have th<%  .•-n-iiii mi aducatlon, on public health and on other public l*rmd they cannot bOfTOW money foe these %  no productive" purpoaaa. "This I % %  '..! i.. Pne i { II i' to niaki | expand tleu pabbV nibftitutc prtvata invertment. On 1 the pu I waj one of the %  %  %  DO RDM m New York in • the raqja I'r.iti'd NaUoae t<> danat a ih<> of under Altar lan snal ilsta drafted %  article In the Li Observer. While he '. enee 10 the 1 appltcabhi to Waal -, problem*. No Mom \ do not because %  %  n %  %  %  -most of it ..itter*—but IOH mi non. %  %  poor con10 increase %  nnum (which is the i •';. Buropo and %  .nnunl import of %  lllon dollars %  •old by potentl resources. If an Invedment is to be nude there must be peopl< 'ho can ;. patently -IMI people to run It. I sadly lacking m skilled people. administrators, aclantlflta, mcchnnI will. Grnnls AciurdiniU Ihr Krpurl recommends Hut cuntu N( li i>. in id" to the under-drveloped esunlrie* fur cerUln *prcilir purposes, >uch a* asrleultura) e\lenlii, crvlee. research, public health, trrh%  laal ir^iniim aad iiInaeavemi-iii "I rural public uork*. "It recommend* thai a %  pedal I filled Nalluna acnc> b.irraled l make and "uprrvi-r naeafl sranU .mi that It drrlve IU income from conirlhulKiiiby the countries of Western r'urope. North America and Australasia T h i a income should ri*e over the *ears in j le\rl of three billion dollars a year.*" prof. Li '* ,f iat three %  in the < %  wcumstdiices. It %  of the incomes b in it. For the I'niled Kln| %  I eentrlbui nwde tc colonial development. 0:.c leaaon En I population in K> annum. I imlucti* irtane of foodttufni and "Thl na %  ">ntlnues I as could be doubled in iwat only i*r %  %  %  %  %  %  Oatis l-i IIIIIIMTIII Says State Dept. WASHINGTON. July 10. The S!-.t Deparuneni said on Tuesday night that evii. awted ;t the Prague trial of wU3 :'i i American eni of si>> ,\ Communlat i victed Oatis who reported for the • he Aaaoclated Pn Inm to ten years' unpi i Western •uthorltiea gsnerali) havi insisted ihe chaises were trumped up and tetiminy ;it trial WOI forced. But even if atrhft takan aci urateb Wa State DepartI it tvould not convict %  Uce prevails —II.P. Bishop 4ppoiiited VATICAN env J Pope Pius XII today .. Father Pellegniio Da I pfiaaatly Supartor of ttw of the Trinity In Rome, chief pie-, late of Batanes ai the I'lnltppines the Pope elevated rathei Da U Fi.eiiie to LM MilosaI r NO CASUALTY NKW i i 'P.K I ... %  | Stati %  %  i %  ml'' if I %  and promise-! t.i keep m rajsi A :-#aa. I r Pour hundred dollars of th< if U R< purchase nf i ^ n d adjoinlna Shrewslur ] ,.,.! [0 hi used as a playiiv.: ti-l.i foi IB* School The rema %  %  %  %  %  idenduia to tin tion reads: %  •a of appro) %  % %  School, si Philip for use as %  %  ., %  % %  leeai of SI", per annum and is the only .liable for playlleld am' %  .,, [,i;i pot %  llai II w adlfinf io *-n It and. ii purl Dt, It will -iiv of the BchooL r2> The Inereaea in %  espeeiallv ': rop whii %  i dilation hai H urteni need i;nlair RAN, JuU in I Mihtaiv Qovernoi 11 Ah %  %  %  %  .... ... %  i'iist Abi%  %  %  Iran bad not I fli idrewing her %  i %  i %  %  %  i %  ... 'he ml dl %  %  i %  (riif/ndiiy Is Important To Free \\ orld D> II CL <)imm.n* (1 i the i of the 1 %  Old might %  | %  %  %  nf AiiiM 'illin I HI %  iv hand i : raa therel .. %  %  Cummins then res the Director on the matter of thel manure. Mr. |\ I. H holt .1.) pSCOBdl I %  the motion Mr. O I. Alldrr (1.1 drew nt| lention to the •. 1 ,md spreade/.' 1 1 a* iijii noi necessity '.<<• lit%  i %  e On Page I i .. Mn %  I In ai ... %  %  M th* world .' -i %  hiring, th I. i aid he had pounded %  I i r. kVuiuanGefe VKoek From Corregidor WA8HII Bataan I Truman with .. ... %  %  % %  .: seek of cerel Plfl i of the %  i" a token tr. %  %  d in peace r.P. .*.<.. Will Protest Beating CM It Mian In Soulli \friea %  ; %  %  I Sevan Makes Bid For Power %  : %  eml ici 1 forci % %  .. %  %  %  I %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  he hit i %  1 i i i %  %  he hlahj> %  I %  .it.. ,, i llal J %  [ i 'mini %  i . l i i m enl •>! effect Io %  i inin* I %  i i i %  %  ..Heel Ihe Publll %  place win and lhal *• R. i ..Mi th* i %  %  hi • nme effort i" deal with tha i %  hot th. fai to havi adth reajai I i On race .'. i Qril 1 G %  %  %  ilonli 11 %  %  %  I The "ADVOCATF." pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. I INTRODUCING ... aborb much 1 effort r Be^'an and left wing launched Labour Pai %  i: :i *lash In the %  : %  ].' | I %  %  'lome and fon icies, Bevuu and 24 foil' sued a pamphlet laviii, %  .•t of prii tain should follow. They Jndl..I %  our and resources to %  Id aroara >ig ..' %  rest rain%  on Amei %  %  • %  setUen %  %  thai r* ilent Trui' general settlemenl -.f \ %  Dardanelli .i eat;.. %  '" Seek To Guard A lorn Secrets %  II %  the West 1 %  %  i %  i p I HI I Mil.IT THAT III I II \ I s Ml KIMIS OF I* rUN Will// i %  C at nza win// r f. | >i 111 %  ... i %  %  ' D WHIZZ i a 12 Tahiti i lived I | I'.VM.I



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TWO U.\Ki:\lM)s ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, JULY II, 1851 Cakib fiaUinq UU31 %  a hoarn . | %  %  ymr. Mi f i %  %  Married in B.G. :: .. i . ,.r.. on Satu %  I %  ; i niu I Mayo, BJ wh Honed .ii st i >..!.') Expected To-day AM. \1itS. II R I C B % %  D (iiUinilMr. [j.niii who u swaying mediclfl'* %  B iw mv for lie is I %  [ Leaving To-day M l v. i | an re iui %  %  BxpOCU I tn. HUM 'I %  l!cmn ittee Meeting M l; JAMES NICOL, I D u item n for Trinidad %  %  mooting %  ; %  r 1 |nd U:. | I i 141 la K prampti id W. flew %  end %  >( ihi Quick Work M i %  %  Davis %  In Tiinidad lor iwi>. Bank of I ,!ty nl the danca on [ghl They led ffcirhiii Trinidad, from Plan On honeymoon M R AN!) MK.s. RICHARD K1N<, arrived from TiinH id iv( i '.h' week-end lo spend their %  %  .... Mr. King is the a I ., i i '. •! Kins. Mrs Utuj is iiu forma iKdelU Habtb ieorj nidad Frorr Germany A T peewt." holidaying in Ml Hatter* While WHO plans to be here lor about Ihroi she arrived • •%  "many, sucaidintc %  week In New York on route. %  ho is ill preaeni with 20th CenFiirr.s -tnd for the pa it %  <• b • %  tr, tn flermony. M, W!iil. is !!,< %  Nil II Pan .i..iiii.it.. r of Mrs. s M Perelra and sister of Mrs Jack Kgnn and Mrs Clarice bat holiday *h* with her state* Mr* <..,.. % %  .it Glcni . Si 1., %  Three Months M ISS MA IDA H1I.L. daughter ami Mr*. Carlton Hill -t Holborn. Fontabelle left fut Trinidad on Monday afternoon by II W.I.A. to spend aba months* holiday staving with h*i BUM in San Fernando. Eminent Hawks 'p!!A! vxduaive body o: I brfdfB apflrfjaaaj) DM %  gwk dub bald a moat succeasfiil annual dinner last night at %  Home, Lord Iff, •>( HO, .. dinner lawn tenril>> •uil. wan in the chair. • ai the rlub entertiiic. ... their ifucnl of hnnnui one c.nnbridge man who inot a Hawk. This ttaM Lord llnil>n/i>n of Tara wan invited. Also the club invited the Casnbtldjl rowing crew. All ni.ni:! tha onmmlttaa wished to show Their appreciation '•( the IT.* achievamants on the Thames and in UM United States. K R Brown uw l the ruur othei n,embers of the club who wen! v itli the liCC, team to AuKlftil),i were present. Incidental Intelligence I NSTRUCTIONS in the stair guida "f •* big I-ondon store % %  F,ah aaaaataaft, upoa sntaruoi Ujis -'i vice of the store, after aeeing the buyer of the department must report tn the manager of the lUsaatllng office." —L.E.S >//** is GMAt II Hi I if* Ml// ill I — Let's Face It -I Have No Talent She may be the met. Fields and the dawgfatai "But I. i have no la* i i . i today. aotud DM v-a-i to go on U. I would not want lo drag the family UwsftK name "lown." "as just won the right u. %  Britain's Festival (jirl Mother Will <.... Too Training ti. ixa rnannaquin i he was persuaded by hei • -> mto Mi.i ontael Boa prtaa %  a month's ,nr trip around the world. lands down, and paand Tn Ann ighnj. ,< chuh^. She won the Brighton heat i-i.ds down, a Bouthorn Area ter. There, too, winner. Should Gh hi i mothoi "in not lei the worhl trip alone M | shall %  %  i eajiaeitv bf I Lffg \^ : wA. m i i F^" B.B.C. Radio Programme WEON'EADAY JI-I V II 1SB1 II 11 am t^-Mtramno Parsd*. lib l '. <KPOT *or Bibles anii (AiDoinlng lr. Lowes iChlropi 0P| V H.M A.M. TO 12 H — K MPwl IN BAY STREET ? ii Literature aagar) 'iiin rtomi N00M I1AILY I PI-I I I j • 11 p m Boulbafii (kfridr Otihr.tr. I Today • OV'i ; ~— II M|a -HUB St Mai \. m : i p m Nr*: u p m Twm> QjaaaUaai %  %  %  ••••. pi.i-11., N-f %  IS |i in I SarM— A.aw—il. %  4S >— w PlaM %  • i 10 II Ifl pin InOlluak*. IB li p i NUn„.r.al I-h.prl I>Ml-a1l. ISpn Mid V rtk Talk R 0 E SWORD 1 %  %  %  %  > 1 %  1 1 1 _i i in MISS ORACF WAKffllll) I r-i'i il queen SOLEMN STEALING RANGOON i ..i I bu bad Unas, dernirty bandlia armed with saandad 5,000 rupaoa. The abbot 1 MI th.-m the kev, and bid them on the out %  • monastery as he had l Ihe .-urn demanded. Tha band*0 the pr.'.LUniK BbOOt .m,i. n, Hi got awaj '-nth 350 rupees roitfhiHf./'Uhut ...,.i liitmm PLAZA FRIDAY IIIIIIM.I I on \ a.ao1 IS A ..I0 ....... nn.1 CONTINUINC DAILV at 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. T • i | the wn D I ...... %  %  %  -it b %  adventure implanted In them %  : %  .: %  / Iv, ///. il\ I n)n„vmvnl Officer* T in I Oating r I %  1 ul i!i< hou Intormi PC lo pui 'i UV > %  ''i"ii w in illi^uin'ed but peculiar. Hi win it iha Soutn Alricmi cricne'i-rBill b~ pisvitig '*' I Taaif viiough to :.'0-t a tap. i*. I. Kaport you may rea.1 ol the not I lead i*. i Wnii paintlna. Si i Id OAIIC in U> au.t.jmlje. i7| In in. oat l>ir>i I. A Mam >M' la upart. |4) To alrlko. aa a Olrd IM pre*. (SI Daani DM Sirlllan oiira Indicate UIF Saaier Monday maaaacre in IJSJ. I7I 2. Adorn with luaire %  • H> wa* uHad lo accouni fur the ( crsceutlon. it) m ripe to jo> up a* underaiaad. Ill 5>acied aiorlea aet to raualc, |H| HorealU-r would be mlw.iii. (J) What a Blrl | Pit 10 go lo P.T. .i.>wity. IS) L Folluwins a DM ne wuuld quality :or a wen-known near. <3i i Lt Oolly uae them at Christmas tima. (4. t i Tha bulging part or a caaK. <6) i. Itiey made tha aallor aall. (Si I. P'aee tn a mass nt matter. 161 i By which you are allowed nuir ad*ertUament In Bio. (5) VIM \IH II.IH AU DVOKAK and "GUNS OF THE PECOS ..l', FWn l.YON Tha Slnalr Cowbov Dirk rOKAN "OPERATION PAClFH '* John WAYNE SUNSET PASS" STATION WEST" U All! V TIIK OABDBM — ST. JAMES "T HE H UNTED" NEWSHOUNDS" I... I'.OHUnA !>..,u I IS ...in > %  '.V.VVV/V//VV*V/V*V*V*',^V/*.V,V.V.V,V/.-,',V,V,',',*, EMPIRE ll*d Arlul PirMllU OlARI.ir. CIIAP1.IN in ••Cm LIGHTS BOXY HOY.ll. r*a.y a T aaai n ia i.stasif' O Stth C-Pox Doubk * %  M.i"., Ii,,,. m Ij %  l>/\ II* <;JHL o -iul^oai of jeilMdar'* |IM^ —Aera^r O w.t-: \ apmuat; ja, i,id. 13. Km. 14. Lia; \\ Briea: W. IA N laaai a iaaw r taai LSI * SalpMSII Willir.,n t-|litl in %  'i*r: al, Amu: R. Crrcp*. !•• % %  : I. Innuroer; a. 1 E IarnmL4. &aO*i: :>. Te:*w1 T. .. %  -, I-...-.; IS, HMpa, IS. Ora 81 IfABLA ESPAXOL Ollll VI Al [ CURIOS, SOUVENIRS. ANI TIQUES, IVORY. JEWELS, SILKS Etc. HUMS I % %  <; \I.I. i w t.f:cio\i 1 3> % %  i:sriv\Tio\ BIO HOI sirB-*-SrS.iw, j; %  Jl HOLE PATROL •Wl Kri.i,,,, M,i|„. „„„, „„, Oil A1I-I4 Taa a l aaaiiiio at a %  is loth C-Fox Double ITr.lo,, KtiMrr. Vlcl.ir Mrbon In %  K tMilM HHII) GANGSTnS" ... and %  I M'/WA-.S' XWKWir SEA VIEW GlEST HOUSE HASTINGS UARBADOS Under new rranagement. Dally and lonn'' quoted on request Permanent guests welcome. Dinner and Coi Stall parties arranged. J. II. BL'CKLAND. Proprietor in enfotes h %  1 %  i %  <.IO.II; Opening I'ritlnv lllth with The All. STAR CONTEST ,•( the new vt w | lo j s pestered by fools. Ta Ua imoB t 'opy %  Moiilniarfri but to read n| plain i i rrosaing the Atlantle "wwout Mi and not s drink In drawing rein" %  %  ^.^ •' v that : Dont %  : I %  : %  %  • %  I Sturm* M>, ifinj I P I %  W i || %  I %  %  %  mmuig the Channel IMCAI 2S:J PATRICIAINLML VOR^'SGNE I • raafssssi HTHII % %  he hinrft (he drawing IO the little hear. It'* J con ol inni." murmurs Rupei'. Then he Kara banlsr. "Why. i'v BMB ihu btsso %  a u. "I '. ISM .ne th-: M Oe the moio:-iii ol ihf lidv who Ri^e i" well." uy* ili* ok) ni.ii. h l II** Fish II....ks St.niil-ss SI, i 1 \', Cotton iinil Seine Twlnei TIIK 11 I ISO VIMIS* MI-III'IIIIIMI COTTO.A' I AITOIIV I.TI. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 TOMORROW XiTE al II. Ill MADAM 1F1I.L PRKSF.NTS : THE STARBUDS OF 1951 FEATUIUNG •• ThiUI. Oil I HI STEPPERS I III I I It I Tlir < IIKIST l III 1:1 II BABI WKLFAKE LCAODI C LIMC Under the Patronnge of Hon. V. G, CALF., M.L.C. and Mr F II MOTTLEY. M C P. Orrh. & Box Sral, ~ 51.00 I H;nsr — Tie, : Balrony — 48r, TICKETS on SALE TODAY : Globe 4 Madam IHII'a llesldenre A GRAND PROGRAM IN ANY TOWN I Unda DARNEIJ. IharKs ROVER ; Michael RENMEConstaim SMITH | QUIZ rn.MTi: .:.o QUIZ GLOBE THEATRE Sponsored by II'IHIS AGENCIES LIMITED Aftsstl of The Car of The Year "CITROEN" toijether with "BOOMERANG" Dana ANDRF.WS — Jane WYATT '• CONTESTANTS CHOSEN FROM AUDIENCE a A THREE-SECTION QUIZ (1) The True or False Quiz (L'l stop The Marie Quiz (3l The Yes or No Quiz And the s&l.oo Question Wm Ihe JACK POT with -Jl'."" Music by MegSie (ioodriilye and Percy Green's Orch. • The Film "BOOMERANG" will be thown :u the 5.00 p.m. Show TO-da] I ^W////V-.W//MW/VAV/.V.V.W,W,



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PACK FOl'R B.AKI: MillMiMK \ll WIIIM-IIW. -H I1 II BAKM^_SjS_Am r OfrfTE Prtnt*d by thm Ad>i-i >o. W.dmsdav. Julv II. 1951 llll I AMI IT HAS btSJI olluuillv anno,.i the Government will release five acres of land at Dodds and twenty nine at Seawell %  il in small plots, In thil n :> %  tallows a long 1 sstablWbed pra ct ice of the plantations to ''' la bou %  • The decision is to be wck-omeu. It offers an opportunity uunining the question 'if land settlement m Bsrbf tins and it sflordi the Government the means of open. operative scheme in agriculture The details f the matter will undoubtedly be left to the of Agriculture and it is most unfortunate that Barbados has no Cot .pei alive Officer, if the Government hail not been so unmindful of the needs of the future it would have been possible to appoint an officer to succeed Mr. Cave and who would, by now, have returned from training. The absence of such an nlrker should not be allowed, however, to prevent the launchscheme. Theie arc certain fundamentals which must be observed. The land at Seawell can be divided Into tout acre lots and should be leased to people who are solely agriculturists. Those who follow other callings and lake land cultivation as a side line should be debarred. II a four or even five acre plot is re^ardi-d as an economic unit the land should be so divided and the number of applications should not be allowed to influence the division. Uneconomic holdings would defeat the scheme and probably be the undoing of the co-operative movement in Barbados, With the Government Agricultural Station at Sayes Courl in close proximity and the officers of the Department in constant supervision it should be i | v. having collected lessees from various perishss, tO l'->k alter the supply of manures, the use of machinery for cultivation, proper methods of tillage, proper attention to animal husbandry and the rotation of crops. These are the essentials for .success in such a scheme. In this way the merit of co-operative BOCJetisS would be proved. As there is no %  | iblished marketing centre for the disposal of the crops, the Seawell Co-OpC I 1th • as it might well be called, should have the opportunity to supply Government InstttUtions with such provisions and vegetables as are produced. If the land is l*-.i>I (01 .1 spsciflad short period tins Brrangemsf] would have the effect of allowing a review at convenient times. Lessees whe had not fully complied with the terms of ti<" IsBSS could be removed: the success of UK) Cooperative could be publicised and would .< as an impetus for the formation of otrtSf -ocieties. It might be that Indlvidualawho bad It ssed plantation lands would then be willing to Join a similar movement in their parish. The scheme has the merit too of bl 111 n about effective land settlement, a question which has not been seriously examined but which needs now to be. In the I I changing ondittons it is clear, thai In > community almost wholly agricultural people should lie encouraged to remain on the land Instead of joining the Jobless group, li can only be done where there is some attraction. The rewards from labour must be such as to afford %  reasonable standard of living It is discouraging today to find that although it is known that we depend on agriculture there are tracts of land in this island allowed to go out of cultivation because of lack of laboui and in some cases because of bad management. And the same people who refuse to work as agriculturisti here join a scheme nibsiensad by Government to work in fields in the United States of America. The lesson is clear Proper land settlement or well-conducted oo-opcralive %  ehasnea will keep people on the land. The) will be able to rear families and to enjoy a reasonable standard of living TWi will prevent agriculture becoming the Cinderella of occupations and will help to mainlain the economy of the island. A Century Of News Thrill* _^__ '.ifhlinji w Il %  • %  I I w %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .^ ' %  : < -i %  i22 th.ut ..nil hidden Bv STANLEY (l.\RK It*ut.-i ^mrd one of It ".t.nn | "' hml, %  I I I-,-hft "" %  Tomh i Vail '< %  • %  "l".lml...v %  ValeSJ , vh „ wm OBI the imlliunaire'a maim | *ld f.me as c ina owi...iir I w: '' wm *£ whe:c Mahatma GamSii. apostl.•• disjfi "' authori%  'lead, is ha daad? C amp,he slorj to Th.Time*. London. I--II shouted "Don'I know, rwl" %  (l Luxor knows . man flred four ">***_ until lie WDI certain that thr lu> llll.N\lfl WKKSTH l> i -inspired by the thaappearng dipl' ; %  Ding mart n l^>e Bevan (right). Reuters. and tini la land bj on D-Bas Yarm Li %  %  %  il mtrrnntional new* who h %  ... I 1 I world f'>r ,i limnlred years. Nobody knows if dM ,„ doi* ; t ,.i %  it* v,.„. spued < imphsmd He had I a i K f K.... OM ol Mi i >K M, <( th< loml) I of U • %  i, t driva w,.v iwi %  I %  '• %  l c : Chin-deep In Bltb I — %  r**UnS Vsrro ... I„m rapidly across tothe .-If forward -lay Wen ^ t I moment I >" e W Who did B U* 1 "* „ory. He had ..l thought of all my friend* and anything to anybody Roy You %  .. What UM <.fnre would don't kn.n-iMU, h;id us.-.! M a In-raft to i %  fr-im the enemy fulU the iTW P I i\ice was euirtod which bi-ouKht sn out uf UM hrlr;ii;uTcil clly. Thi' ihow the half-starved i Uon were nahung cm were datelmed: "Reutvr-Havw balloon service First With Lincoln Assassination But il has not I*•- % %  i onl) wars iinri rumours of WI.IH that have EMiioi lorraspoi .i sf news baafai, When Prtalcwnl Uncoln was assassinated bv John Wilk.-s Booth in Ford"* Thoaln-. W..*hini{ton, ISA. on April 14. IHIi.'., the newi reached NSW Yoik only (iftri the weekly mall ship had left for Europe. U %  laba i'i -. and M".'S|>.I[-I u)iroapondenji used t" lend their i . %  b hip While the unils (is Uie pld plied rcvcrberii'oi fron UM shafl Two hour: i'> my deadline for the Londoi . %  "Tinnotn of UM pa I Tlic.| • ii Carnarvon (In chars* of the excavations) shot likirockol oui .,t tba dark entranc %  U death, and th. %  wool mi rtamins dWm i inin atu looa three puB (lui | | %  : Lack int.. tt.. SA CLOSED I WlUUnM had only few mUUltl hu deadlme | Bsyptlan toon : '\from the tomr. %  %  ru >.' ha said, racnovlBj his wn lioiuni'. .vail I, bow. • % %  ., it true th;d Up nrci phaH?" N... no,* 1 in m-d the fut man bn <>nl> one." "Quito phUQ, they tell me." %  •No. tu." OM Bsyptlan adi %  K al n it It mapdi docormted, all 11 ic and eolcL" Thai he % %  uni and let < %  young steady monotony. Most of the stall '"' •BSW ^' %  • %  Bui the report? .i.mi.s ICcLean, Rautar 1 conescrowded round %  Campbell typed *•*< Iha river bank %  pondanl in New York, rhnrtered the fust RMaaan: "Gandhi shot the mesage B ws and chaaod UM mail ship. n t four timca—worst fcurcd." K wrlUng UM story on UM way. Th Rautec pawi adUM In Nr W Delhi, u n r o ap o n d a n t with dM BrtUsh tralta, Hw '/.• %  aiiimi. and Lndti .,I,. i: MM ihr .M'IIJI.K <.f forobo, J PfSXol cnt .m hoai to under a Trail Deed which ensureJanuary 30. 1948, when his telehour service o( news ..f the battle dial It will he non-profit-making phone rang. "' Id-el-Kohir, a place only 40 will never DaM into Hie li.iulol ^. r, *.i miles from Cairo. The Duke of any sincle gn>iip nr faction oi '>Ian Hired l-our Bams At Connausht, ion ..f Quean Vletoria, under the control uf onj "(ihundi" was ansaaad learHna the Brigade ment, and will aradtyi A voles .ni "afan Bred f"i" .f Uiianb and the yiiirn recordtervica wbafeh \without bias of .1 I.I ai QandhJ M feared 1 1 In bei dlerj MOUMI teb my Mnd to all i aintriai ol UM That new*! Campbell recalls, camo | Iron vorkl f What happens to a city when there's — JAMES COOPER watches an experiment inpaying cash NO MORE 'TICK 9 TORONTO. YOU must live on this yvedkl wages 'i teed of on UM thought Lams DSnlnd I %  latest CUrbt on hire purchase. The> are all port "f %  new war on llfe-on-stn-k. And they hsva alreed) caused ; slump in the demand for QtVi thai may. if it conttouea, Bffeci the |0be Of 23.000 out of no.ouo in one Ontario city alone. Bui it li difficult for many In live on Uiis week's F axe 0 km already heavily martsasad u< mssl peymentj due on foada bounht months or yes UM neveriii ver, Now whal K worrybu Udi %  n cH r of 1 weeks ago dw Qoveriunenl Intro. uUUOBS mi leasing the oiii'\ MII ,i ne" cai from one-third to one-half, and reducl nt tune from 18 monUtt, rear, %  i %  lino hu ,ITI iiVei.iKe £8llO %  It II i [40 oonth. Hu li too much even %  who eani upwards of eekly. UK L'hi. THIRTaBN [ a buyer I. |ght have i id i<> months fr d< liver) Tt ran have tdi i holi i rid drive it away from junking spaces jammed with new ears, still with tho brown paper round the bumpers. cue Toronto in bai i.omi can fni which ii cannoi and buyona "Hid I ;.E120 off h*t price, with 500 gallon* of pet ml to bOOt, if he barsabu hard enough. New cat own bj 78 per cent, and maken |U know wh^t t.. .i "iih UM .nplus. Nut fur Export gJCPOnT thorn to UM United gtatea' No, fa pen from duty. UM lax fa %  ompared with CS n sda'i .I. Th. send then to Europe, whan there are no dolbin to toy f %  akam, Soeono*hnnd ... -.ties .m UM ni.m who can afford onl> a s,-e.Tul-h,in.i c;u L. u.illy cannoi kfford to pay half UM prlea one big I in,position is the sane m all consumer MKIS" wa>hini{ machines, reMaSffBtora, and I i that th. o keen a labour-savinu dovlcei for he homo that ins hsi to go out tc work to M B> .v lo paj I %  im UM dot let %  work. But, "Not now. T; arho can put down £40 on %  new refrigerator. Sri i r...t know where it will Lifacturer beUevei il) way lo l>eat inflato produeo more g the City via Eton and Oxford. ile didn't drink, and he had the religious 'i\il of an evangelist. You couldn't imagine uiyone more respectable. I'K.NDll.lM SWINGS EVERYONE said bed go far in the City .iili all ib.it integrity and all those family onnectlons, He dM, He became g millioniire. During the 1914-18 war he was made 'ubacco Controller—though he himself nevsjr ni-fkcd. When the war ended be was the [irecior of dozens of leading financial concerDS and chairman of the great City EquilH* Fire Insurance Company. Then something went wrong in the mind f Gerard I.ee Bevan. The pendulum swung, he zealot became a rake, desperate to make p I'M lost time. At the age of 50, he collected mistresses /ith Ihe abandoned vigour of a libertine in he early twenties. He drank. He lost that former sense ol esponslMlity SO completely that he faked ; llance %  h ast and committed other business rimes. The shares of the Equitable slumped s< 1 w mat you couldn't give them away. On Wednesday, February 8, 1922 Gerard Lee ''evan cracked completely. He borrowed ISO from s relative, took a taxi from the 'arlton to Croydon and accompanied by a French woman boarded an airliner called the Paris Express (top speed 90 miles an hour) The flight made history because it was the Brat time anyone had tied from his responi bihties by air. COULDN'T FACK THE STAFF WHO was this woman he was travelling v, ith? There was no secret about hei Identity, Her name was Mile. Pertuisot The financier was an old friend of hers anc he was to see still mure of her in the future The couple parted in Paris, but not befort i dramatic scene outside an hotel that Bcvat mo ly owned. Tho fugitive, discredited and fallen eould Ot face the reproachful looks of the stafi hat bad once fawned on him. Mademoiselle went in alone and left ; M> Anandcr huddled miserably in the tax with his luggage and bis thoughts. Insidi ie met, evidently by arrangement tw< friends still loyal. Together they telephone a K.C. in Londor to ask what the sentence would be if Bevar elurncd anil faced the law. Tivi yean," said the K.C. The news wa; tkflfl out to the taxi. "1 can't take it," salt Bevan and drove off alone into Ihe unknown FOX BREAKS COVER YOU can imagine the sensation when tin news broke in London. The hunt was on The fox had broken cover and everyone ha< us theories about which way he'd run. Bul lbe tally ho was in Italy The fo> wus sighted in Naples anil then wrut lo earth main. Just Look Ai Yom S4-U! n> J. u MU.I.AI.IU. M.r SINCF the war, we BngUali have talked more about owaetvoi greed lew, than nt any uma tliii. m tury Halt %  century 1 ..an we ,t bother ntx>ui oui eii ,„,.iu %  we were -HI'. To-day we iiriuncertain. We suspect that we've come down ir. the worl't and ask questions. Son.wars can be I-.und in HOME AND AWAY (Hulchinion, 12. 8*1.1. • liphlly written but sober survey of English people as wg STS BOW. The author. Adam *le llcgedus. was born in llunnnry hut OU live here at the age of 20, because I ... mil w.* the place t" be. At H, bi appointed. After the war ho lived in the tea %  : may mag* %  difficult to compile i in the future. Iw example lean n nice girl, parhspa just trifle heavier than Oishionr humour ami good temper; but her culture it little more than gentility and good f.,nii n. aven' and tna end' her favourite sdjectlvasj 1 bad ti" %  iat she drank a trifle ;ieh." l donl nippow that Jean will ...: again help UM authoa ftrnt-hana InflDrmaUon about the ituddw CUM IT, ; From the Jeana, tba Lei BlUi n >t Hegadui anowi and vQlagw *f Bngland has 1 out the pnst• %  aual moraui of l*nre mill girls, about what hat 1 %  Hegedus passt ,< numlJudginei gnget ike UJ IISHK Sample One Parody is grant run in small if you know UM Q Anal r myi a lot for John Poes'i KI.KSII ANII BLOOD (Dfnnts Doj *. 6d.> thai. allhoiiK'i I know little of th* original! it pei I road ilinmch its SOS The book BNUBM fun of the %  nln*a-and-elgpenny % %  i > %  .i t u I" Kkool <>f wrHoni which hai Raymoncl Chiiii"]. form, J a a n aa Hadlay t'h;e in iu bottom, no B t Hei an oxtm-mural ibsaai I Here i5 a twmple "I'd WAlarf ken of mupoari nd Pd MCn them more bad%  thuiR sinister shout Joai %  arhkh gsvs m Then I realiI M the %  even th* I LI S|| \Mi HL4H>lt Will do on a tram kwmey -v i. babty all it's n ami (• Basasls Two nut wh.it ;iiut thii! Veaterday monunti I aSn droam <•< pesSBi equal parti ot ajtonat and Val 6H. ti firm that Auggtnn wi here. The last Taf had fluttered ,.ff the 'yV'trtA* and the la-r domaatle <-f '> | i ad packed hei hut me milk train out <>r Trt i %  cellar. Sta) %  t drive through any opeif you ican hum-..,i M>U will < BILD'fl GAEDffM OF < I KM B by S Pereln in i H 12.t. (W.i _iiTliere were rumours that he'd returned to England, that he was holding wild parties 01) the Riviera, that he'd been seen in Greece And all the time Gerard Lee Bevan was ir Vienna. He called himself Leon Vernier He grew a beard and raid he was an artis) f.om Paris. SHE TALKED BUT Leon Vernier, the artist from Pari: couldn't live alone. He found a woman companion, and she talked. He was arrested in Innsbruck, The bunt was over and the chase bad lost Its tbriM. Brought back to England to fact Ins trial Gerard Lee Bevan was no longer g fox. He was merely a dop, that had been i iu [ht staMding The sentence? Seven years penal servitude. His wife divorced him and on his release he returned to France—and Mile. Pertuisot Yee they married but whether they lived happily 1 can't say. Gerard Lee Bevan died -ed 66, a strange man who might have been great.—L.E.S. FOR REPAIRS Advocate Stationery "ALABASTINE" The ideal FILLER for repairing damaged surfaces on Plaster, Walls, Birch. Wood etc: For inside and outside use. Can be washed or painted over. "BAWL PLAfslIC" An Asbestos plugging compound, especially recommended for fastening Screws in Stone, Concrete, Brick and all types of masonry. WILKINSON & HAVNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Phones : 4472 & 4687 BKC'KWITH STORKS M W MIIMI H.M.V. RADIO RECEIVERS 5-TUBF. MODEL SMI S 98.311 6-TCBK MODEL ".112 125.00 '• I I HI BANDSPKKAD i MI mi •Ne Model K WHO GBAMS exp.-iCid shortly • Please cull at our Sales Department and hear the new type 7-ineh Keeord. Revolvimat II r.p.in. with MieroKrove. THE HALL DA COSTA & CO., LTD. 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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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ESTABLISHED 1895

U.N. WANTS ASS



OF GOOD FAITH FROM
RED PEACE DELEGATES

MUNSAM, July 10
"THE FOLLOWING is the text of the maida
statement at to-day’s Kaesong meeting by
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy, Chief U.N. delegate:
“The U.N. Command Delegation here present,



































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WEDNESDAY,



ULY 11, 1951:

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PE.SENTS BOUQUET





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PRICE: FIVE CE

Criticise Salaries



For Top Govt. Jobs

“‘TRENCHANT CRITICISM was levelled ms Gov-

ernment at yesterday’s meeting of the Legisia-
tive Council chiefly by Hon'ble G. D. L. Pile whe
deplored the difficulty in the recruitment of eeu
to fill senior administrative and technical pc 1
the Government Service

Hon'ble Dr. H. G. Massiah also pointed out
that Government had followed a policy of having


































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oe and speaks for the Commander-in-Chief| WEST CENTPAL FRONT 0] officers specially trained in particular department
ui ers speci a particular aepa f
of the U.N. Command. It does so fully and solemnly Chinese troops fined on Uni-| and then transferring them to completely differer
conscious of th . ae en i a ansfe g completely differ
of the great importance to th i . - : :
Pp nce to the peoples of | ted Nations patrols in five loca departments than those in which they hac receive
the entire world, “ot the discussions b h t tions in the Chorwon- Kumswa- p , nts the 105 tNSy au @1V
d egun here to-!pyonggang triangle on Tuesday | special training.
ay and air observers reported Said the Hon'ble D Massiah: think all Hone
It is understood, of course, that | “many small groups of Com- The statistietan: e told u agree, &
hostilities will continue in all ‘ nn nunists’ are infiltrating into aM oe lappens tw ne. This list does fh
areas except in those neutral zones | B dos I rade the area. wee times it is a coincidence# ith other lists anc
agreed upon. Until such time as| Small arms and automatic . iore than feurable Membe
there is an agreement on terms| Of a total value of veapons’ fire was directed at fous ce t then ft the resul at offices have been inet
governing the Armistice, and|| $4,028,997, Barbados export- Jnited Nations patrols in the icv or lack of policy. | hich should have been. « t
until such time as an approved! ed $2,460,373 to Canada in aorth central sector Artillery i D. L. Pile initiated the ind vice I have
Armistice ‘Commission is prepared | May 1951. “hy mortar. shells, fet) Upon. | we \ estior if which veral copies of this lst to +4
to function, the U.N. Command| Exports to the United Se. DARL | BEEwAY | -HerMeeY tea ae” previous rable Members in 61 :
Delegation is prepare - . Kumswa and Pyonggang { ’ 1 previous ev may follow on iia
elegation is prepared to do its Kingdom for the same Intelligence Rama we Pre f &. Coundtil: the amen “
part in trying to work out an month w $1.251.3 __ Intelligence officers said the s eater ease. but | re I q
, } were $1,251,388, Chinese ws A . tales \ hich the Hon. Colonial oan, a ‘
A ae i ; os Ps nese want control of this area: iv figures from it 1
Armistice agreement with repre- During M. Barbados 1 t os
sentatives of the Communist! eee see im- they are probably sending dow: , we \ ne to refer to the answer \
i Fake ean ee ported $682,831 of goods enough men to ambush any of Mr. J ked Colonial Secretary has given
forces in Korea, for the cessation from Canada and $2,119,566 our patrols.” Tuesday firefight | Is the Government experi In the last h of t
stilities i ler s "2 oa - : =" . at) ) Y ace 1 © » 0 » vw. ons al se 0 o.¥ mee =e ‘ % nthe last paragraph of hi O-
Se na = y Under con from the United Kingdom. were the first widespread enemy PRINCESS ELIZABETH accepts a bonqnet of ily f tine | i ion aul xe from three-year H ‘ fficulty in the ply he reminds the Legislatis
: pane Wiion, Wilt secure against) From Australia $378,841 reaction in five days to allied old Janet Guthrie—while Mrs, Guthrie gives a hand. The Princess, who was visiting an exhibition ruitment of officer to }Council that recommendatio
their resumption, of goods were imported and troops patrolling extensively in of humorous art in Buckingham Palace road, wears her Ascot hat traw bonnet brim underlined to ! ) idministrative tated to the conditions of service
This delegation is here for that from the United States of the lower reaches of the forme match her coat and curled tp at the sides in little flat horns, It is trimmed with velvet forget-me-nots. cal px the | generally and to leave pa ‘
sole purpose. It will discuss} America $335,335. iron triangle. Y ‘ LES. | Gover Servic { in | particular are contained in the R
military matters in Korea relating —UP. he retention of their ser-]port ef the Commission on
to that subject. . ices after recruitment Unification of the Publie Se
This delegation will not discus | Tr ton S > ° e | ~ ~ ing to the inadequacy o regarding which the views of thé
4 ruman’s Prestige ae \; Legislative Council we
political or economic matters of ¢ eles e 1 ers Bi laries paid in Barbados t sogislative ouneil were sou
ony kind. This delegation will re ° hol of these post nd {in His Excellenes messé
not discuss military matters un- Will Rise If * . tu e the unfavourable conditions |48/1950 of the 26th of April 195t
related to Korea. The success o1 K W E d or Euro e ver Wires of service (such the pa condition -" the ane tion ¢ the
failure of the negotiations begun Ge /, . kL nent’of leave paskages) m oO wrvices anc
here today depends directly upon orean ar £nas a J D Cea comps with othe: , Pas is rekerred to tn the
. “tai 4 raliea Wena NEW JERSEY, July 10. BADAN., J . o tport anc I have already noted tt
the good faith of the delegations (By A. J. OLSEN : ‘ \BADAN, July 10 of the Colonia
at Pa ‘ : y A. J. =N) It was learned on Tuesday that Iran seized control saciny | fact however, the Honourabl
here present, With good faith on WASHINGTON, July 10 | the first shipment of jet fighter Can Bendealicae Gikdaaeten: | Ce, SC em She Meme th coljmal Secretary is eritici
both sides there can be created Thiman* 1i hts , ; a" : i all British-owned communica } wvepared take cary fj ,

‘ ‘ ruman’s political stock, which | planes to leave the United States J I tions. Unking the as”) teenie eC pret the Legislative Council for nat
an atmosphere of mutual confi-!has bobbed up and down spec-| under the mutual defence as- z2e ] u ee Walcott | i gunna, tea | oe ane as teps to remove these anom= |having a replied to the Ge
dence. In such an a tacularly in the last six years.|sistance pact are now en route ed uns tae a Hes with A view ‘to ensut> ternons*-Meskage the. .oxit
there is every reason to hope for|js que for a powerful new up-|to E ee ve ‘ 7 " . sty ee ee See e oe ooe n hat the ‘ ms ta me rather unfair in tl
suceess. Such an atmosphere can swing if the e aaeetatee a ak the Sek Pr er MR. W. A. CRAW FORD in the House of Asst mbl VeSs¢ ci etin Manager trex il date ! ectured (pres ent connection If the Legi

c $ z ch ison orderec iritish off o i |
exist where truth prevails. As} successful ceasefire in Korea, ac-| cleared Newark harbour on July yesterday, requested that the Official Reporter be aske 5 ai . " ; % ; ae re 1 2 = fe posts and { i ative Council are to blame for not
st nior U.N c Command delegate} cording to the predictions of an|9, to read back a statement he had made comparing Barbadia: ratchet a te ld rele blunt OPeRNes . |! wing replied ret ; ’
a be ae ee independent political source The exact number of planes) workers’ wages with wages of other West Indian worker | thhir private lephane lin pointed 14 ve been on general gro
U nN" Command, I rv i vi vate | the consensus of informed!being shipped and their exact} This was after Mr. F. L. Walcott had said that Mr. Craw-] from Basra—traq wou be cut, jachey Gotoh 1 BO% Tit, enn cael tigre ct
“ ‘ ak cauenmeehaas le i} opinion is that the “vindication’ destination was a military secret 4 7 5 oe . an vak th The line went out on Tuesday | epited re a ee ie ee
with the utmost earnestness anc °F Coe eee oe neee whacn | Brigadier General Will Nicholson ford and Mr. Allder found it very difficult to speak the | ''™ nihe leaving the Grit mie: | aeoted?. Deke Be stevice which We are now
emphasis, and in language so clear\ i Pees CN | commanding the Air Forces re-{ truth. Mr. Crawford wanted Mr. Walcott to withdraw his} i. ae ne en the question my ic vo [ing :
it cannot be misunderstood ex- is how his supporters would in- cently reactivated 2847th trans 5 wake pletely dependent on the shaky | p.c. publ ' ty SR The Honourable the Colonial
cept by those who deliberately|terpret a permanent ceasefire— y senctiveted S0erth ane-| remarks, Iranian circuit for outside com-|)CVCUS eee alten’ Sceretary ha, said that a P
oe ‘A Semen cami th .t the|might set off the President’s ft control Mes here, said | His Honour the Speaker finally | | municatior r wich is. of ? great it ant of: toee: Deaeel Orde
a eco eer eer s aici. lb - cer “| the shipment was the first drop’ decided that nothin vould. -t : : wh med riance ood government 4, ime
L .N Command delegation wil)| popularity that would carry him in what plained to be a steady ee me - ee A. v ou S vee) a - | Traniay openly acknowledge] ef Barba BE in oe Rar. 1950 to give effect to a recom:
act in good faith. We must be as-|to another four year term in the | stream of latest fighter craft being| ee ey je Are cy — $300m for Ot | that the purpose of the control is|padians, and T want t lerlun ,@ation ef the Committee appointe
sured that the representatives of] White House. sent to Atlantic pact members. sod read back what Mr. Crawford somber” ‘dade cen j to inform them elves on British ne word “AL to examine the establishm
the Communist forces in Korea,}| Equally cogent arguments have] Ogfcials said several shipments had said : ph perg! Ste 4 a ure policy and also to find out} idministrative, professional
here present, will do likewise.”|been advanced in the last few | of Sohinee. aH ain i cae: vf Mr. Allder objected to his being |’ The Chancellor of the Ex- | hen the British are puting out,| “That matter the inadea technical offices in relation bot
: days that the end of the fighti ak et ae ack thie | Called a liar, While Mr. Walcott. Chequer said. to~day, Ee. 8 m Wednesday Gacksaran oilfield | of the salaries and conditi to their reeruitment and t
General H.Q. issued the follow-|in Korea, providing it latls f t | depot cinta the Oa shipment, \the Chairman and Mr. Allder were bed vicar reny te Peete. {yswsen ABNOR) Latahan will be \ f service of Civil Servants © |yetention,;, and to make recom-
ing communique on ceasefire/at least a year, will afford the} | ciscussirg’ the objection, Mi ery ™ ns over to the Tranians=-the }{he higher grade ervings 4) Dmendations “for the remova
sean a ; / All planes are being shipped from initial dollar cost of main- ; ' 1 . ,
negotiations at 9.15 a.m. er the opportunity to retire the depot after being flown here Mottley moved that progress be taining Britain’ ait teen i st eld to change hands com- ar ! i not toda feal fany eauses which threaten
fr ; y ice grace rf > “te the 250, for 7 ‘ o . oh y nee og ing vit tl OM andes oO be . Boh +H ¥ neni
Hbieely vittuallyy, expressionless ana? sul office gracefully and from plants throughout the Unite- 1] seas - ane Bede g pe a without supplies from Iran | I etel i 1 crisis began oy [ a is w + oe oe ; pce oy alle ct the Public Service gen
‘ 7 Hh . oe Oper: States. —U.P. | . ee Lae would be somewhere be- | UPL, rae a ‘4 7 ally’ was sent down to the othe:
men returned to the advance peace consideration, This was agreed to ys . we expressing no opinion of th ticks As dt a rae
camp in Korea at 6.55 p.m. today Truman has resolutely refused mien) j Rea re eee et acquacy. OF ae of salé | ind he tt Re hu bag rp
; : ct ; c 5 ' ‘ 7 as ask - ar sf e! 000,000 U.P. | r : ; ; rT as as , and that the Resolution lap
after concluding | the first day’s}to say whether he will be a can- Oatis Is Innocent Four ete poy oom of * } ’ ries paid any o ill of then [with the prorogation of th
cease fire talks with Chinese Com-|didate again for the Presidency} . 5 money of this Resolution is for the Orman S today coneerned slely wi es astatiire in 1950: The G
munists at Kaesong. next year. purchase of land _ adjoining | ¢ | 4 e ¢ higher grade ecouse it it (eens he Tc taite hiaadd s
_{| Whatever his thoughts on this Says State Dept. Shrewsbury Boys’ School to be 'Govt. Orders Curfew n them that the good, indiffer-| ne emort to deal with tl
Vice Admiral C. Turner JOY,| subject were heretofore, it is gen- R used as a playing field for the “ Mr n0rlantl t or bad Government of Bar-() ing question of leave
chief of the five man U.N. Dele-|erally conceded that Truman will WASHINGTON, July 10. |School. The remainder is for F E ans Al i : Dae ie ae 1ges but they do not appé
gation to the Cease Fire Talks,‘ have to re-assess his position as a| The State Department said on|equipment at the Central Livestock | or ntire waaali , -yr + neve One INKGE- J to ave introduced le
stepped briskly from the first heli- | result of the events set off by the} Tuesday night that evidence pre-|Station, Pine Plantation | sale ad at Oo "7 ree or ad - , te Pay . with regard te 1 ( |
copter, and said, “no comment;Soviet diplomat, Jacob Malik’s|sented at the Prague trial of Wil- The Addendum to the Resolu- _ TEHERAN igher § ) i My te eniominte | tae Colontal: Becr
boys.” cease-fire proposal of June 24. liam N. Oafis proved the American] tion reads __ Brig. Gen. Azizallah Kartal, ‘th WASHINGTON. July 10 1 nae ‘ eyo See dee S ; @ On Page 5 :
—UP. —U.P. [correspondent is innocent of spy] (1) It is proposed to purchase | Tuewin, “aneee c nian mit ta ferman Minister of Beonomy | “ivil Servants in Trinidad, Brit
charges. A Communist court con-|yn grea of approximately } acré S ay cs rec a os nigt to > Perit ~ a : . nm S Cliteas aka maaecas rae s
M N d d T P vieted Qatis who reported for the] adjacent to the Shrewsbury Boy: | abnchn: oa ; “on so Pte st nt Tuesday fat an. exclusive Ur eve that these list how the Th ADVOCATE”
1 : : t the Associated Press and sentenced] School, St. Philip, for use as OGRM BPA, ENC Se © gian r : ihe : 1 ’ yp
§ é ae. s » ot. p, for use as ®) angio-Iranian Oil Compat Pre interview th We 1 saluric ow being paid in those e ~
‘ oney ee € oO romo € him to ten years’ imprisonment.) playground for the School. The} Aner . The b on goe ee on fe ct li Germany cannot play an impar olonic here are one two
‘ ; 49 Western authorities generally have} site is at present leased at the rate| 5) Wednesday, at . aera mnt role in the defense of th ses Where personal allowance pays for NEWS
Economic eve opment insisted the charges were trumped] of $16, per annum and is the only| 4. 41) shippiné.co the Shi OR: ova’ Juniia’-thier ccc te ive been paid but these office Dial 3113
F up and testimony at ee WaS}space available for playfield and} ayah River which flows ast aha t ul Nine Us raw materials on al ive not been included, If there 1a
forced. But even if avidence were | gard eS, The owner , ¢ . | wit NY J : 1ould be a fev innaceuracie ’
e . garden purpos ‘Sd can was ordered stopped. No ren- j pan basis with North Atlanuc Day or ight.
—Prof. Lewis Su orts A Plan taken accurately the State Depart-[ now willing to sell it’ and, if pur-féon was iven fc rr ower iesé will not affect the overall
. . é for ‘ : x the orders. | pow
PP ment said it yet iat convict "chased by the Government, it will f ; +f ird said he had repeatedt|y icture and that pict
Ty T Oatis in any court where true JUS-/pecome a valuable amenity of the The sudden moves ca emphasised this fact during th 2 i
BIG CAPITAL investment in under- dice i g| Ce Sell hata tes | School. | Iran had notified the U.N “thi it v one eries of conferences hert ;
r 4 inv nt in under-developed areas | °) The i nd was withdrawing her reco or iC 4s confident t
} (2) The increase in the cane; wa ithdrawing t gniti é confiden the itua
is the only way to improve the standard of living and pro- ‘ é lcrop cultivation over the past five} of the Worla Court at Hague. The tic n of Germany” was now fully
mote the economic development of these areas, according Bishop Appointed | ye ars and especially the record} ‘ mat last week racamaniy nded an n| under tood here
> > thich has recently beet 0 Shelve her nationahsation plan ci aid he had pounded] (?
to E rot, W f Arthur I ewe x ceeneeee of Political anny VATICAN CITY, July 10. Hea nedtataiind Pine Plantation has! for the British - owned company,| home | American officials hi
in the University of Manchester, who comes from Castries,| pope Pius XII today appointed) 1G. the urgent need for the| 2d join with Britain in nam or that the expansion of
St. Lucia. Father Pellegrino De La Fuente, | following items of additional | 2 board of five to superv the lth 1e Germs industry i vitally
But social capital is also de-,were available on very easy terms. presently Superior of the Cony rent! ens heed at thé Pitte Pl: antation | industry until the final settlement [im the security of ths
ficient, he says, because govern-{This is largely a deficiency of] of the Trinity in Rome, chief pre-) | and " ‘antes 7 Livestock Station in| %! the main issue is achieve j U.P.
ments do not have the money to| human resources. If an investment) jate of Batanes and Babuyan int der that the efficiency and the Meanwhile, the Prime Minister fil tae Ve ale
a as 1 ear 4 at . = ae eee oe rp ee pees the Philippines at the same time) revenue-earning capacity of the| Mohammed Mossadegh, today
vealth and on other public ser-| who can prepare the project com-|the Pope elevated Father De L@) , ative ick Sam vreaiia tals cume under fire in th Majlis ,
vices; and they cannot borrow) petently and people to run it.| Puente to be titular Bishop nearness n might be Increased (Parliament), for his ‘on atin’ of } B. G. W ill | rotest
money for these “unproductive”) Under-developed countries are] yijasa.—U.P. oe Wheel Type Tractor $5 400 ;the oi] dispute. Noisily shouting | | . : ee
sur ses * ac “ _ ‘ane arts 5 400 : : ‘ ‘
Sophis i a bottleneck,” says tae sinserctrrs siuktgie seen. or Porn yard manure loader and a rs eee ee | Seal ing Ot iB dian
Ms tg ’ Says; é | sts, schan- ‘ , nade 2 sliver > right to eonsider doc
Professor Lewis. ‘The only way|ics, artisans or what you will. NO CASUALTY arotcat lee mt pr merit pitied Back the ( pas a a | In s tl Af .
to break it is to make grants to Grants y ( Pipes and Fitting: 2499 J|offices here, and to decide on any | oul rick
poor countries to enable them to “Accordingly the Report : NEW YORK, July 10. | Vepeeene on ~6| further action tha Lidl ! a! a : i
expand their public services. “ : 7 United States said today tha rotal $17,000 iken CP) A ‘K OR GE row NJ 1¢
These grants are not a substitute recommends that grants should the free world’s economic devel- wer : ; | raed h Guiana Tt C a
for loans or private investment. be made to the under-devel- | Goment “cannot be made a c¢as-| pr, H. G. Cummins (L) moved —__—oooo | now ncaa tad tol fe sla
Oo he re 2y WwW : oped countries for certain al f the Defence Programme’ | the passing of tt Resolutior | ! ee Peek " on
n the contrary, they will prime sacifi h ri ualty of the } e passing 0 e Res er public demonstration in Au
the’ pump.” specific purposes, such asagri- =| 31.4 promised to keep up a his! s \ ray ‘ sainst the South Africar
: cultural extension, services, | 4. Of aid to needy areas. Of the half acre of land he sai¢) | rymanGetsA Roe k!, he aOR abt ; tga
Professor Lewis was one of the! research, public health, tech- UP that it had for some time been § a eae v6 on :
five leading economists of the| nical training and the improve- used as a playing field, and might! ; -

world who met in New York inj ment of rural public works.

February at the request of the; “It recommends that a spe-
United Nations to debate the} cial United Nations agency be
problem of under - developed created to make and supervise
areas. After ten weeks of dis- these grants and that it derive
cussions, the evonomists drafted its income from contributions

a report, which is reviewed by by the countries of Western



Professor Lewis ‘in an article in Europe, North America and
the London Observer. While he Australasia This income
makes no direct reference to the should rise over the years to
West Indies, much of what he! a level of three billion dollars

says is directly applicable to West a year.”






























be made use of by the children}

From Corregidor >"









| of the school as a play ground . dere be hel the
Turpin News’ | He said that it had been pointed es: WASHINGTON, July 10 , “y in ott | hf i
out by the Director of Agriculture | Two survivors of the Bataan \ a I (
< that it was difficult to get the Farm | Death March presented President on } rec
Wor ld Champ yard manure removed by hand Truman with a id
jabour, and it was therefore neé from Corregidor
LORE July 10 cessary to get other means. Dr,| 4 ymbo! of endur friend } bet m1 South Africans of Euro-
Randolph Turpin, 23 year Cummins then read a note from) between the Philippine nd|pean descent entering the British
old British negro to-day the Director on the matter of the; American peopl The presenta-| Caribbean territoric ma alles
stunned the boxing world ion in the oval White He upon all Caribbean Labour ar

when he claimed the World

Middleweight title by defeat- Pree

| week of cerebration here, n

Mr, F. L. Walcott (L) seconde | office of the ident climaxed a] Political Or iiions to take a

the motion irking | united nforee such a



Oa
200-pound rock 44} the T.U.C.. embdds
| 0 Tue , | esol tics lo be passed that aay
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Indian problems Prof. Lewis points out that three
até ° 4 § ‘ ing the American negro title- = ‘ > ‘
‘ ted tee ~ ine ; r, O. T. er (L) drew at-|the ft iverse of the] bz ind © an « yargo on all
No Money billion dollars is not a large sum holder Sugar Ray Robinson i. ae aon Y 1 ate om } pa vies h Am es a! f the wy I \ mbarg @ ll
Some Governments, do not|in fhe circumstances. It is less at Earl’s Court to-night. n Sen ab pe pe! s rudder ’ oe er the Car } fe ; t me Ps
promot development because] than one per cent. of the incomes Turpin is the first British nid “eaid Ge did not , see the} Truman said he accepted that The Union alse r il d upon the
they are bad; others, because they| of the countries asked to subscri ibe | hoxer to gain the Middle-~ necessity for it. He did not know] ‘a @ token from the Phili pit ne} Trade Unio particularly sea
go not know what to do; but the | to it. For the United Kingdom it is weight title in 60 years, oe : = | people of our friendship | farir snd watec front worker
majority simply because the y| about £100,000,000 a year, les the @ On Page 5 nd in peace.”—U.P. forganisations to co-operate
have not the money,” he writes. | contri butions already made to —— + jo ordinate their efforts for the
Money is not the only ing| colonial development. I‘ nforcement of such a bar
required—most_ of the \
deals with other matters—but/ One reason for making such a evan 41a res 1G or ower
* : ‘ oo ‘ ‘ nt the i” ;
money is the sine qua non. | grant, ays, is that the world: | ’ k Ti ’ i
We ca to the conclusion that! population is growing at the rate| | Seek oO Guare
if the peo; 2se poor con-| Of one and a quarter per cent. per LONDON, July 0 programme at the Labot Pa rh UD
tinent to increase| num less world productio Former Health Minister Aneurin ty’s annua -onference in Octo the 1 i 4/ S. > of .
tinen ner um. Un Alom Secrets
ving by two} grows even faster, there w 1|Bevan and left wing ee ber reme weste ,
(which is; progressively greater ho of| launched a bid for the Their iy hinge on the pre- settlement with Ru LONDO!
Europe | foodstuffs and raw |Labour Party on “ aj}mise that Brita dhe allie two eat be a oa
would 1 This need not be.” he continues.| Manifesto urging a in the | should itch much of theif lab-! 1953. it a be “to te pre of : oe ss
nae Atlantic Pact Re-a ment O- \¢ and resource t an é f ' evel Ame British
{ import The agricultural output of the tle act Re-armam pro ir and resources to a miutué ramme of economic and techr aca
sita 3 te nder-develot ountries could be} S7@mme d programme for fighting pov il aid that would dwa P ~ahyadl ’ , ‘
: ie oll sims ae, ton tyofiwe’ ‘yeas ¢}| In the opening phase mf a car erty throughout the world and,dent Truman point four i per ’ ;
nt inf ae © the | paign to change the labour gov-|at the same time keep a restrain-| general settlement of all S (16 security to ‘protect ‘the West
tt j ' ernment’s‘ home and foreign ; i hand « ny Americ rom which the cold war t : ital at ecret he F¢ r
We ¢ i est~! hatter : ol icies, Bevan and 24 follow +| drift toward war a wary eye eloped includi ontrol « Off ed that SiOr
, ’ etter seeds at 0 are sued a pamphlet laying down a\on American | bases i vorld’s oil ‘ nd ecurtt ia proce
anno’ able ertuiusers, pesticide set of principles they think &ri- 3ritain The re alled fe iternationa ate i } ) ble 1 he t
iva deed ee . i t “i h 1 i
water Tt need bine tair should follow They indi- olute Br eto i uU Jardanelle ne 1€Z ar Pp t ywrrnation’ tarted
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‘] CI ND LADY
S ViIALAINE ici i Grenada
xy B.W.LA

it net roa

u Ss Al i

g Fie Enquir;

He nortty be going to
Antigu member -of a boara
of Eng vhich will enquire ink



he cause of the various le
h have occurred
year.
tin Antigua
urn at

rest. Mr. F. 1

bou
im
that « iy d 1g tne



of A ure, Antigua
Married in B.G.

MiSs SHEILA MAINGOT

| daughter of Mr. Elliot Maingo







and the late Mrs. Maingot of Trini-
ds arried in Georgetown,
I 1 Guiana, On Saturday to
M tay -Spencer-Clerk. They
\ rried at.the Sacred Heart
R 1 Catholic Church ‘on Main,
by Fr. F. Mayo, $.J., who for
many y« was stationed at St
Patrick’s Church, Jemmotts Lane
The reception was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cannon ot
Georgetown
They are spending their honey-
on at Monos, Trinidad, and they
iil be retarning 10,B.G. where
Mr. Spencer-Clerk is with Ash anc
WwW mn. Lote

Leay ing To-day









RAR MRS. ANTHONY
LVL iOMES who have been holi-
ince March 12th ;
iL ior British Guia
" noon by B.W.iL.A Mit
Gom ; nt in Geors
own hi parents ere alsc
holidaying in Barbados returned t
b.G. sometime ago
Expected to leave by the same
plane is Mr. Ted Benjamin wh«e
plans to be away for one week

Committee penetiey

Mw JAMES NICOL, C. D. and
lV Educational Adviser
his afternoon for Trinidad

1 committee meeting of
ibbean Commission to dis-

io atter



tional and technical edu-

sation in the Caribbean area, He
is expected to- return July 14th.

Vr. A. de K,. Frampton, Agricul-

ival Adviser to C. D. and Ws flew



Trinidad on Sunday and is ex-
pected back towards the end of the

THE
4



BY THE





rye laring revelation, by a
4 nileman described as an
econ st, that the cise in_ the
a of ving is due te atsing
p lead mere Nnon-@co-
nomi to susp@ct that falling
pi ht lower the cost of
Ly
mn comments such
able the public



a il is Happening
Blectricits Enfore ement
phd ers































! that the building
Gove rent offices is 1
b chech raise the question
of the housing of the new coi
of spi and informers who will
} nee to enforce the’ switch
: of] of electricity in homes and
I re rt ence more to my
tion that compulsory bil
uid be introduced, Ii
family uspec {f dis-
e had an offich inform-
y billeted on the premises the
of the itinerant spies would
e considerably facilitated, In-
st F tioning the house-
h would receive hi
I from the informe:
on the premises
Ainda Cute
A XARRY ‘me out in a little bas-
ket! Dame Betsy Grable is
rted te have said that too
nich fuss ‘ts made about her legs, |
r hat it is n acting that
h lies ‘Yor ©. just He |
i Dietrich. Don't tell me re |
I is geing to we the more}
eriou tudent of the drama]
tf nifty picturisation of aa
let; n edlirely noo reading
the part. “Legs” Grable Does ‘A
Stratford On Us Rip-rearing
Dame Busl$ Elsinore Wide bei
Does That'*Patootie Hot Up 10 |
Classie Stuff! |
A Stormy Meeting |
T F babies are not to b erent
wim the channel,’
he Wretcn yeste day |
at g of the World Cul-
ture C nittee, hat becomes
of our ptoud — bc of “giving
youth a chance?” s. Babbling
1 prod iting out



POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER



Expected To-day

R

AND



MI

Saturday night.

so they

must

ha

RS

They left Barba-
dos the same evening for Trinidad,
straight

ve




gone

BRU

from Piarco. to the Cluw.

On honeymoon

R

over the

urday. Mr. King is the son of
Mrs. Louisa King of, Fontabelle
and the-faté Mr. J. King. Mrs
King is the former Adelle Habib

AND
KING

honeymoon
were married in Trinidad on Sat-

N

at

daughter of Mr
Habib of Trinidad.

WAs.nse By Beachcomber

meetings in Trafalgar Square tc
protest against such cruelly. Mrs.
Wretch retoried that this was
the Dark Ages mentality which
would have prevented baby
Mozart from playing the pi-
ano at the age of five
if babie iose the spirit of
iiventure implanted in them b
Drake and Frobisher,” sdded
Mrs. Wretoh, “this great Empire
will become a_ laughing-stock
throughout the civilised world.”
Jn Passing

‘as Ww ts now open for the

four oreign Ministers

discuss the subjects h_ their
deputies could not agree to pui

on the’ agenda

Copy

THE MOTLEY crowds to be
scen in the cafes of Moutmartre
have now but a shadowy connec-
tion with art or letters, and are
apt to inelude elements against
which the tourist should be on
his guard,

HE re-opening of the new

Moulin Rouge last week In-

duced me to copy this sentence
from a guide-book

I well remember, as a young-
ter, going into a sinister

place in Montmartre
a gloomy
pering people, and not




hall

IRS.

and Mrs.



ADVENTURES

filled

RICHARD
arrived from Trinidad
week-end to spend their
Bathsheba.







There
with



G:F



They

George



OF PIPA

looking hotel-ships
was
whis-
a drink in



From Germany
~~" present holidaying in

Barbados Mrs. Herbert
White who plans to be here Tor
about three months. She arrived
recently from Germany, spending
a week in New York en route.
Her husband who is at present
in New York is with 20th, Cen-
tury Fox Films and for the past
fow years..they have been
stationed in Germany.

is

Mis White is the
reen Pereira, daughter

former

Ix of Mrs.

S. M. Pereira and sister of Mrs
Jack Egan and Mrs. Clarice
Gomes. During her holiday she
is staying with her sister Mirs
Gomes at “Glenroy,” St, Law-
rence.
Three Months

ISS MAIDA HILL, daughter

of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hili
of Holborn, Fontabelle left for

Trinidad an Monday afternoon by
B.W.LA. to spend about three

: months’ holiday staying with het
WEATHERHEAD expect their | ; ‘ . i
P, maMia: aA datas Mant aunt in San Fernando,
home today by the Colombie. Emi
David who is studyin medicis minent Hawks
at the University College ‘HAT exclusive body ol
pital, London, is down Cambridge sportsmen the
the summer holidays He iS Hawks Club held a most success-
nét due back until October, For guj annual dinner last night at
Nancy the visit is also a holidey. Grosvesior House. Lord Lye, of
She is studying nursing at Croydon Westbourne, a former lawn tennis
Hospital, Surrey international, was in the chair.
. Eaca year the club entertain
Quick Work as their. guest of honour one
VM" TKEVOR “Hammer” Davies famous Cambridge man who is
2 and Mr. Vivian “Rabby” Cox not a Hawk, This time Lord
have gone to Trinidad for two, Brabazon of Tara was invited.
veek liday. 1 Javies is w
ee C a ae oes Also the club invited the Cam-
‘ 7 = ae are Da C : ng Sgt bers of the crew are Hawks; but
Trinidad Country Club's dane on bt ie ore ee Ay glnA
ri é s é ee ; i i >
j their appreciation of the crew’s

achievements on the Thames and
in the United States.

F. R. Brown and the four other
members of the club who went
with the M.C.C, team to Austra-
lia were present,

Incidental Intelligence

NSTRUCTIONS in the - staif

guide of a big London store:
Sach assistant, upon entering
the service of the store, after
seeing the buyer of the depart-
ment must report to the manager
of the dissecting office.”

‘ —LE.S.



Rae
-

Copyriqht - P77) Vaz Dias Int Amsterdam

When the heavy curtains
parted at the end of the hall,
there were no high-kickiny girls.
A cadaverous man in black be-
gan to lecture about literature.
1 left at once, convinced that the
night-life, of Paris was_ boring
rather than wicked
A Deep-drinking Goddess
N arcicle
into which the old Greek gods
vurned those who annoyed them,
nits a story told in Ovid's “Meta-

sight

morphoses,” The goddess Ceres
the time of her exhausting
rch for Proserpine, frequently

eveloped a howling thirst. When
ine fit was on her, she drank like

horse. One day us she was nuz
ling down to a great bowl of
Samian wine, an til-bred youth
mocked her, telling he she
drank more like an old sail-
or than a goddess. Whereat
she turned him into a newt, and
went on with her drinking.
useful accomplishment for a drink
er who is pestered by fools.

77

Tail-piece

IKE the old sea-dogs we are,
we still talk about the largest!

“sailing” out of port.
{ hope one day to read of a plane
crossing the Atlantic “without
drawing rein,”





Rupert and ton ae

The Professor smiles as he hands





the drawing to the little bear. ** It's
a coat of arms,’’ murmurs Rupert.
Then he stares harder. ‘' Why,
I've seen this before,’’ he cries.
“It's the same thet was on the
motor-car of the | who gave me
the wild iris."’ crest





know chat

LADIES SHOES

ARCOLA in stack suEDE, TAN SUEDE,

& WHITE NUBUCK 13:39 15:24

c

SMART

4220

STYLES
Black Laced OXFORDS

For NURSES & SCHOOL GIRLS ‘7.60 & '7.63

T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS



YOUR SHOE STORE

CRASS BER eas Ses eeeaene

well," says the old man, “It
belongs to the oldest family here
abouts, They live at Deepwood
Manor. If you take your locke:
straight there you may solve you!
mystery without troubling Constable
Growler at all.’ Rupert thanks hin
and in a few moments he has saic
goodbye to his friends.



"sueeeenee







ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1951

BARBADOS











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VECK BUT— ; J rs : ‘
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9 | THE DEPOT for Bibles and Christian Literature
eft S Face Nt WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1951 (Adjoining Dr. Lowe's (Chiropractor) Waiting Room)
1115 am Programme Parade, 11 25 OPEN 9.00 A.M. TO 12 NOON DAILY
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| ment of Account, 12.00 noon The News, ( ee eee eee :
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6 15 So Ss a
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Today's Sport















_She may be the niece of Gracie ee Se she Se oS in Technicolor
Fields and the daughter of the 700 pm “The News, 7 10 pm. News Starring; TYRONE POWER ORSON WELLES CECILE AUBRY
late Duggie Wakefield, Analysis, 715 pm Twenty Questions JACK HAWKINS
745 pm On Being A Good Traveller 3 : 7 ;

“But let’s face it—I have no 800 pm, Radio Newsreel, #15 pm A 20th Century-Fox Picture
talent,” r: Tey reac ocievaly Serious Argument, 845 pm _ Report |
al t. said 17-year-old Grace From Wimbledon, 855 pm From The] == = ——SSS—SS—=—=—=—=
Wakefield today. Editorials, 9 00 pm Frenchman's Creek — —

E tI 930 pm Piano Playtime, 945 pm

“Even i had I would not Statement of Account, 10 00 p.m. The es
want to go on the stage,” she phe 10 Be m S eneee an 2 DIAL 2310 = PLAZA =— BRIDGETOWN

. es o"s ws American Memoria rape cation
went on. “I would not want to Service, 10 45 pm. Mid Week Talk TODAY — 445 and 8 30 P M_ (Warners Doubie)
drag the family theatre name

down,”

| “THIS WAS PARIS”

with Ben LYON :o: Griffith JONES :o: Ann DVORAK

“GUNS OF THE PECOS”

The Singins Cowboy Dick FORAN

Grace has just won the right to
compete in the final search for
3ritain’s ‘Festival Girl.”

Mother Will Go, Too

Training to be a mannequin, she
was persuaded by her colleagues

and

Opening FRIDAY (3 Shows) 2 30 — 445 and 8 30 pm
“OPERATION PACIFIC” — John WAYNE

















te go into tl test—the . SSS OE LL—_———— EES
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TODAY & TOMORROW 5 & 8.30 p.m THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES
















































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She won the Brighton heat wera oe ” PNP SOME REOS 80 SSA:
hauds down, and passed into. th SUNSET PASS THE HUNTED”
Southern Area fials at Chiches- James WARREN & | Preston FOSTER &
ter. There, too, #ie was an easy STATION WEST” |. * NEWSHOUNDS "
winner.
ee Dick POWELL ||] Leo GORCEY & Dend End Kids
Should Grace win the final, { FRIDAY to SUN: 5 & 8.30 p.m. | "FRIDAY TO Ss 2
a mother will not ict her do sha ee eet sone ty The BIG HIT DOUBLE! | ¢ Mat. SUN. M,
the world trip alone, “I. shall 1 r seer as ory. (> | “UP IN ARMS” | “FLAMINGO ROAD" &
‘i ‘ sneé sai ‘ * 0. What made the doctor roar? ‘ | “SAN 3 rio”
be there in a mother-came-too MISS GRACE WAKEFIELD Ask a gunner. (6) epine Tree agaNt | | __ Color & oon [
capacity,” she said 1 Spirited but peculiar. (3) : —'h) aor eae
ae ee ve i Festival queen? 2. V he South African
—L.E.S. * D a, wil! be playing (4) YEPOSOPSOPPLASII OSS PPPSD Soe ee eee EO, ODISTOTTE
13. Tasty enough to label a tap. (Â¥) ~
16. Report you may read of the riot | %
. m AReE We a < EMPIRE ROYAL :
y a: u Painting. (5) S ~
O 10. I'd barge in to epitomise. (7) - ‘
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pees ning as tk e have prevente ne 1 . ie L 7 d
7 rial being lost on the way to the sense of dignfiy and integ mports Lea
R li Reef would be observat gh, th no
a infa Miss Betty Arne i the Ves f estiga- E - I Yr
+ 7 ~_ 4 t a fcr a whole hut, but if she were tion AXports Ss ni
EN I y EN DED. Although the maximum rainfall Present at the inquiry, she woule We at the n
in October was .47 inches for the "@Ve gone away satisfied that she vestigated,” he a et = son M tl
week, it was on many days, ah. had found her hut. ed our st g val o reé on 1s
cient to prevent work. ¥ ChurechWarden’s ner in ca
ADDRESSES by the Acting Attorney General Hon. phere is, Positive proof,” he Tenders rying out the work without con- Barbados imported $10,414,64f
.P fy _ Said, “that what Mr udor and sulting his Committee ot gocds during the quarter Janu-
al j aa ae a —— _ be ia % were “th Mr, Maynard said was true, that As to the question of the ten- It has never been the custom ef @fy_ to March 1951. :
clu ed cess ice aying ie nquiry at the for five weeks it was practically ders, no notice had been put in any Churciwarden or anybody This was an increase of
Council Chamber on Monday evening. impossible te do much work.” One for ‘a time limit and if one was representing the Vestry, to open $1,843,216 as compared with the
Sir Clement Malone was the sole Commissioner. found oneself in a position of hav- going to complain about giving tenders before all were in. It was corresponding quarter of 1950,

ing to work shorter hours a day

The Attorney General said that Mr. Tudor suggested that he and that increased labour cost.
when things of that sort were should hurry up the work and ‘“ :
done, they arouse suspicion and therefore the tavese was. in- op, motes Mr. Franklin likes
the public began to wonder. From creased. If 50 people were work- not, we are dealing with high
the information which he had at ing on that at least 25 were em-
his disposal, there was no sug- ployed to see the others work.
gestion of fraud on Mr. Tudor’s’ ‘Statements have been made
part. Other Churchwardens had about the rainy weather,” he said,
told him that they would have “but I see from the rgin figures
acted in a different way if they at Central Station that far from
had the matter to deal with. rain falling, it seems to have been
“As to the question of the a drought.
certification of the vouchers, we “T still say that he should have
have it from Mr. Pile, the Audi- taken his committee in his confi-
tor, that some vouchers were not dence and not go purely on his
certified and some not properly own.”
certified. The latter were signed

by Mr. Ashby on the instructions . * 7 ;
of the Churchwarden, That is iunds, not the Governor's, he said properly spent.

why I say that if Mr, Redman, The suggestion was that the $5,000
the Clerk of the Playing Fields Would be made available to Mr. Improperly Spen
Committee was functioning, he TUdor when he submitted the
would have been the proper per-
son to certify certain vouchers.

expect that labour, as distin
from material, would go up.
It was to be noted, he said, th

would go up.
The Attorney Gen@ral had su

“vaving been carried away ar

and he said he would let him have improperly spent,” he said,” th

Similarly, if Mr. Ramsay was the remainder. That should not is Where Miss Betty Arne will 1{ was Mr. Perowne who had been

used in his capacity as Building

be taken literally as funds were —
Supervisor/Overseer. Having fail-

still passing through the hanes of

terial cost down, but the labour

ere was no question of the

Mr. Cex the tender, one might as true to.#ay that not only had one
well complain about receiving a to shun, evil, but also the appear-
it tender on the twenty seventh. ance of evil.

ly The Churchwarden hid nothing. The Attorney General had said

organised Trade Unions. You wil] He said he was expecting a ten- that with all the evidence they

ct der from Mr. Cox. had heard, the Commission could
“It would have been reprehen- not say where the hut was, but
at sible,” he said, “if Mr. Cox had he belleved that the atmosphere

wherever there was second hand tendered for $250 and he hag had cleared up any doubt in the
material, they would cut their ms

a- given it to him as against another minds « the public as to who
who had tendered for $150.” knew about and who did not
There was the talk of Mr, Du- This concludes the sitting of



' a ; > “ne and the Commission
gested’ that there bad heen: an guid. But he had turned out and
traud and he took it to mean there
was no question of any money

helped Mr. Cox for $18 a trip,
He was submitting that they had

vq Seen that the first figure had not What An M.P.



The funds were Government Merely a question of it being im- ™€t with favour and they were

putting in a completely ne Va ¢ .
= Wants To Know
l The huts, too, were bein In the House of Assembly yes-

on t€ vy raw ; av
pushed upon Mr. Tudor. It wa tday, Mr. Crawford (C) gave

estimate to the Acting Governor “Ag to the question of it being not that he wanted them, to buy rotice of the following questions.

at the huts that Cox helped him out. @ist Government aware of
‘ ) T T awe > €

he difficulty and inconvenience

pushing it. Otherwise Mr. Tudor xperienced by fishermen at Megs

ed to utilise the services of these ‘he Social Welfare Officer. Governor not pressing Mr. Tudor oe ee. have bothered to look Channel. and Skeete’s Bay, St.
ates a ition tisk buatentel ae : to get it.done. It all had to boil ~ «asp... f ai 7 Philip, due to the activity of coral
officers and being Churchwarden “Whatever good or
and Chairman of the Playing come out of it,’ the Acting Atto
* ‘ = . Bp é r- rer -
Fields Committee at the same ney General said, I or iy Hope it the Governor

was Satisfied as to
how the money was spent. There

there is one thing which emerged

. m through the reef?
from the enquiry, “that just as : * ,

time, there was no one to pro- wij] have served a useful purpose was no reason to believe other Mr. Tudor saved when he built @ Will the Government take

perly certify the vouchers. as there are still a lot of playing than that if Mr.

. z a Perowne w
“As to the Question of huts,” elds to be built.” present,”

he would have been ab



as the Children’s Roof, he saved jmmediate steps to have these
le When he built the Princess Alice. passages cleared in order to facil-



he said, “you have heard how the to prevent a waste of time. It was . itate and make safer their us
tenders were asked for.’ The No Fraud ur ‘erstood all along that more Howling by fishing craft?

question was, he said, that hav- funds would be required and the -

ing received three and opened Mr. E. K. Walcott addressing Churchwarden drew the Govern- Mr. E. D. Mottley, speaking for

them, a fourth was received the Commission said: “Naturally ©F’s attention to that. the Vestry, said that it was really

which happened by mere co-in- it is a pleasure to hear the Attor- They would note further from a matter between the Vestry and DISCHARGED
cidence to be the least. ney General say that so far as Mr. the minutes—*. for pro- the Government. Mr. Walcott zeslie Howard was discharged

Tudor is concerned, there is no viding an eight acre field with

a said that as a result of quite a lot py His Honour the Chief

hill ie sab ae ; . . A Justice,
= es ge Lia oe question of fraud.” timber built house, specially of howling the inquiry came Sir Allan Collymore, at the Court
tS WER CHERDE. SYO Skater Wwoee adapted, it will cost $15,590. stout. But as hed been given in of Grand Sessions Monday when

method was adoptes, it was “If an inquiry, only half as This does not compare unfav-

: vidence, away ac i 949 . i 2ece, Solicitor Gener
cheaper. This tender was award- thorough ‘as what had been done ourably with other schemes of evidence, away back in 1949, Mr, W. W. Reece, Solicitor Gener-

ed to Miss Francis through her re- there,” he said, “had been done at the Vestry and I have therefor



after the huts had been remove al prosecuting for the Crown, en-

presentative to remove these huts the Vestry, or if they had had pleasure in supporting the re- it became public property that a tered a nolle prosequi in the case

from Seawell. The huts were some lawyer to help them out, tt. report had been made to the against Howard charging him with

removed to the Reef under bit there would never have been need t was. Miss Betty Arne’s Police in respect of missing mate- manslaughter.

by bit conditions and then it was for the inquiry then. Not that it note. trial which had been removed Mr. Reece told the Court that

discovered by Mr. Worrell the had not done good—for whether from Seawell to the Princess Alice the evidence for manslaughter

contractor that part of the hut @ man acted rightly or wrongly— “If anything is to be thown at laying Field. was not sufficient and there was

was missing. no harm was done by having an Mr. Tudor,” he asked, ‘what is to “It cannot be therefore argued need for further _ investigation
“I am not going to comment investigation, be thrown at Miss Arne who had_ that the Vestry tried to make any into the matter. He therefore

on the various allegations which , “My swtbmission is,’ she said, to be there to watch this money
have been made on this hut and “that at the end we are going to whose job it was.”

2 seape goat of Mr. Tudor or made could not proceed with the case,
any unnecessary row,’ Mr. Mott but there may be another ch



the people that removed it,” he be looking for one thing—this 80 Miss Arne further stated that ley said. under the Road and Traffic Act

said. “I myself feel that they bah gt a sae nee expenditure on that scale cou
6 ave | red i e day.” rest, WV r cost, mané ent or not be envisaged in the oth
should have moved it one day. anything else, will have been schemes. g n e

ld
er

” At by » Police
It was only a year after the hrougt . Y the Police.
ure anda letter Sra: tie Mr.. EB. W. Barrow appeared or
estry received a ver irom * behalf of Howard,



“1 go not know, at ony evidence ‘hve fost and the nicney abent, up gomiion tain wae, whe hed {20"Siat the investigation com cn
which connects Mr. Cox to the y ‘ = ys » suffered, the public or the Gov- ee a e »stigatio came
unlawful disappearance of this properly spent. ernment. They were npt looking ont gd ga Pag sap: as be COAL RUSH CONTINUES
hut.” Pte oR Bie nA as od “ths as some see for ¢ estry, with that ir aw, ani
It is said,” he continued, “that e seemed to think for a with ‘an Me. ‘Weathasaae, cea tickl siagh; doe Bhavosel: on ae

It had undoubtedly been stolen. ; ‘e 5 ta, scape goat. They were mere ‘
the best committee in the world pee : The Said, the auditors statement of waterfront continued yesterday.

yeas is a committee of three with two inquiring into the matter.
Politics absent. It took the Governor-in- most that could be done to him

The Commissioner, he _ said,
would appreciate the fact that But Mr. Tudor was able to give Napoleon himself might have sa
although the Vestry was not a
political body, matters of a poli- months, “If I had known.”

tical flavour were diseussed there “Hie ; i . . 7
and & could sell be vanlised> that His evidence, at no time, was The Attorney General had mer

a lot of the allegations seemed to

Executive Committee some two and that was a question of ethics
years to give them the money. —was allow him to say like what matter. There was no evidence berth of the schooner Philip H.

such as to suggest that he was try- tioned that the Clerk of the Com-
ing to shelter behind anybody, In mittee should have been used.

ly

vouchers not properly signed, Men and women, donkey and
cs were still content about the hand carts swarmed around the

iq at ali to show that they had been Davidson.

them the pavilion within five when he was at Elba many a day, ®Dy malpractices by the Church- The Davidson was here since

warden. Monday with a supply of heavy
i- ‘The Vestry had stated thet Mr. charcoal from British Guiana, but

she did not get a berth to dis-
or he »x - Churechwarden, * n :
‘Tudor, the ' ex qa : charge the charcoalwuntil yester-

er people pelienelly 4 he 2nswer to Mr. Mottley, he eandid- The clerk had every right to ee bn ott aT day.
“It is no concern Of mine?” he jy said he took the blame for refuse. Mr. Weatherhead said ha “DOWlecge of the ee ere aa Motor vessel Lady Joy arrived

said, “and that is why I do not everything. The Acting Governor would have fired him. ‘That was the Vestry, and that was still the during the

think it is necessary for mé to wanted it done at once and in a stupidity.

comment on the various denun- hurry. The Funds came from the. “At one Vestry meeting Mr. the evidence, Mr. Tudor admitted
ciations. Governor-in-Executive Committéed..Aveatherhead suggested” said Mr. that responsibility

Two experts had been callea and he regarded the Governorias..qwalcott, “that the clerk of

who had given estimates of the the proper person to be pleased. vestry is the Head of the Depar

As Mr. Tudor said, he visited ”
regularly and acted sometimes

under his directions and certainly

cost of erecting at present, a ment. That was nonsense,
building of a similar design and
size. The most striking thing
about their evidence
ference in the amounts allocated
to_ labour.

Mr. Coppin put it at a mini- ‘There were two absent from the to follow up the matter.
mum of 60 per cent of the labour inquiry, both of whom would have
to the value of the material. Mr. peen serving the interest of his A Car enter
Franklin did not agree with that client and the commission, Mr P
figure. They had heard running Perowne was somewhere in Per- phe
through the enquiry how such a sia, They had not had the advan- pr
large amount of money was used, tage of seeing him. They had, due
but even Mr, Coppin could not to the scrupulous care of the At-
have been more generous in his torney General, been allowed to

@ man who keeps a_ ngtebog

be got ready, it was said, for the

avvival Go? Lend iustowel.” asked Mr. Ramsay for plans ar

was missing,” Mr. Walcott argue
“was the carpenter and

Again, should a man deal with at any time

only person who could
have told that some of the hut

morning with a ton of
light charcoal from St. Lucia. The
Lady Joy too drew a crowd to the
“The personality, of Mr, Per- W&terffont,

. owne carried away Mr. Tudor and _ People did not flock to Messrs.

prevented him from remembering Manning & Co., coal yard for ehar-
» that he was still ap- coal as they did on Saturday and
sk pointed by his colleagues,” he Monday. About 350 bags of char-

position then, Throughout all

is the dif. With his consultation. It was to against him? And although he Said. The Vestry still felt that coal were sold in that coal yard

id whatever might have been his 0n Monday. Yesterday the yard

specifications, he made no attempt personal feelings, Mr. Tudor was empty

should have used Mr. Redman ;
and Mr. Ramsay. He should have | (y=
seen to it that they carried out



put our and confi-
dence in our Executive officer,

ae but we deprecate much any Gov- A SMALL SHIPMENT OF

ernor officially, coming out to use

number of workers than putting see certain minutes of Miss Betty Would be after he had put it to- ality or position on such an
it to 25. If they read the docu- Arne, She had noted that she had &8¢ther again. executive officer so as to cause '
ments they would see that 50 been in active touch with the St. Nor was there a presumption, him to side-step a Committee
people were employed in build- Michael Vestry which was going he said, that the work was badly appointed cr tiny | Uldates.< seit
ing the 50 by 40 building. ahead with speed in the prepara- done, Everybody knew the ma- work. ;
Mr, Tudor had said that he got tions of the Reef Ground, The terial was good. The foundation | â„¢ : |
rid of Worrell because he thought huts were bought since June and had not sunk, it was properly dug. In the whole matter it had been

he was not getting value for his were not brought down until the Mr. Ramsay would not have gone) iq that ance one became a
money and there were too many end of September. The matter to saw up huts, either, and even | Vectryman, and particularly a St.

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Wednesday, July 11, 1951





THE LAND

IT HAS been officially announced that
the Government will release five acres of
land at Dodds and twenty nine at Seawell
for rental in small plots. In this the Gov-
ernment merely follows a long established
practice of the plantations to let lands to
‘labourers.

The decision is to be welcomed.
offers an opportunity for closely examining

’ the question of land settlement in Barba-
dos and it affords the Government the
means of opening the first big co-operative
scheme in agriculture. The details of the

matter will undoubtedly be left to the
Director of Agriculture and it is most un-
fortunate that Barbados has no _ Co-
operative Officer. If the Government had
not been so unmindful of the needs of the
future it would have been possible to ap-
point an officer to succeed Mr. Cave and
who would, by now, have returned from
training.

The absence of such an officer should not
be allowed, however, to prevent the launch-
ing of dscheme. There are certain funda-
mentals which must be observed. The
land at Seawell can be divided into four
acre lots and should be leased to people
who are solely agriculturists. Those who
follow other callings and take land cultiva-
tion as a side line should be debarred. If
a four or even five acre plot is regarded as
an economic unit the land should be so
divided and the number of applications
should not be allowed to influence the
division. Uneconomic holdings would de-
feat the scheme and probably be the un-
doing of the co-operative movement in
Barbados. With the Government Agricul-
tural Station at Sayes Court in close
proximity and the officers of the Depart-
ment in constant supervision it should be
easy, having collected lessees from various
parishes, to look after the supply of
manures, the use of machinery for cultiva-
tion, proper methods of tillage, proper at-
tention to animal husbandry and the rota-
tion of crops. These are the essentials for
success in such a scheme.

In this way the merit of co-operative
societies would be proved. As there is no
established marketing centre for the dis-
posal of the crops, the Seawell Co-operative
as it might well be called, should have the
opportunity to supply Government :nstitu-
tions with such provisions and vegetables
as are produced. If the land is leased for
a specified short period this arrangement
would have the effect of allowing a review
at convenient times. Lessees who had not
fully complied with the terms of the lease
could be removed; the success of tlie Co-
operative could be publicised and would
serve as an impetus for the formation of
other societies. It might be that individ-
uals who had leased plantation lands would
then be willing to join a similar movement
in their parish.

The scheme has the merit too of bringing
about effective land settlement, a question
which has not been seriously examined but
which needs now to be. In the face of
changing conditions it is clear, that in 1
community almost wholly agricultural
people should be encouraged to remain on
the land instead of joining the jobless
group. lit can only be done where there is
some attraction, The rewards from labour
must be such as to afford a reasonable
standard of living. It is discouraging to-
day to find that although it is known that
we depend on agriculture there are tracts
of land in this island allowed to go out of
cultivation because of lack of labour and
in some cases because of bad management.
And the same people who refuse to work
as agriculturists here join a scheme sub-
sidised by Government to work in fields in
the United States of America.

The lesson is clear. Proper land settle-
ment or well-conducted co-operative
schemes will keep people on the land. They
will be able to rear families and to enjoy
a reasonable standard of living. This will
prevent agriculture becoming the Cinder-
ella of occupations and will help to main-
tain the economy of the island.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE





A Century Of News

nded in Normand
the lider forces in the
sion. I crawled’ as LI have
crawled before, It was dark, it was
deadly, and we landed in a coun-
try of stinking swamps and hidden
snipers. When I left the fighting
area | left something behind me
—my face print in the mud of
Normandy’s ditches.

That was the introduction to
one of the last war’s most thrill-
ing despatches. It was sent by
Marshall Yarrow, Canadian-born
war correspondent for Reuters,
and the first reporter to land by
glider in the Cherbourg Peninsula
on D-Day, Yarrow is one of a
long line of correspondents with
the great international news
agency which this year cele-
brates its centenary who have
cevered all the wars and all the
incidents in every part of the
world for a hundred years,

with
inva-
neve




“Chin-deep in filth I slid along

knows...
Nobody knows if dead.

feared,” the voice replied,
bell recognised it now as that 0
K.Cc.
dian reporters,

that fighting going on, and
that the enemy had been routed
ri & with heavy losses at Tel-el-Kebir,
mye h agitated.”
was in Egypt in 1922 that
By STANLEY CLARK Howler gained one of its most

important world
announcement of the finding of
the Tomb of ‘Tutankhamen in the
Valley of the Kings of Luxor,

Reuters News Agency Cel
brates Its Centenary Today

4 Valentine Williams, who was
from the millionaire’s mansion later to ¢caig world fame as oa
where Mahatma Gandhi, apostie novelist, was the Reuter corre-

ef nonviolence and father of In- spondent at the time and he was
dia’s independence, lay dying from cxcluded from the actual site of
the wounds of an assassin’s bullets. the digging because the authori-
ties had sold the full rights in
the story to The Times, London.
* Williams waited around Luxor
man fired four shots. until he was certain that the day
Worst to open the tomb was close at
Camp~ hand, He had laid all his plans—
bought an auto wnich he hid close
to the tomb but on the other side
of the river, engaged a fast driver
as chauffeur, and hired a felucca

“Is he dead, is he dead?’” Camp-
bell shouted, ‘‘Don’t know, nobody

Roy, one of his young In-

Roy. Don't move,

eli ery veak,.” “ro: “Stay there, , 5
Pena MT cots cand ewes stay there. Get a story ready. Did 5 Fagan eT onicin to the
with my hands. For a moment I you see it? Who did it? Don’t say pt ee ‘fe neal = obtained the
thought of all my friends and anything to anybody, Roy. You § a pao - _also written two
wondered what the office would don’t know a thing, You haven't opssan > ace an King’s
think if it failed to get any seen anything. Stay there—we’re sarcophagus discovere
despatches from me. I clung to coming round,” Campbell ordered.

the mud and prayed.”

Yarrow got his story through
after several days. It was date-
lined, simply: “Somewhere in
Normandy (delayed) .”

That Normandy story came out
by air, Almost a century before
Julius Reuter, not many years
ufter he had begun his news
agency in two small. rooms in
London, had used an aircraft to
transport news. While Paris was
besieged and under fire from the
enemy guns in the Franco-Prus-
sian War, a balloon service was
started which brought news out
of the beleaguered city. The
stories of how the half-starved
Garrison and population were
fighting on were _ datelined:
“Reuter-Havas balloon — service
from Paris.”

First With Lincoln
Assassination

But it has not been only wars
and rumours of wars that have
given Reuter correspondents a
century of news beats, When
President Lincoln was assassinated
by John Wilkes Booth in Ford's
Theatre, Washington, U.S.A., on
April 14, 1865, the news reached
New York only after the weekly
mail ship had left for Europe.
There was no Atlantic cable in
those days and newspaper cor-
respondents used to send their
messages by ship.

While the other correspondents
reconciled themselves to waiting
for the next ship, however, young
James McLean, Reuter’s corres-
spondent in New York, chartered
a tug and chased the mail ship,
writing the story on the way. The
message which he threw aboard
was tossed into the sea again off
Crookhaven, Ireland; and the
Reuter tender “Marseilles” which
met all mail ships there whatever
the hour of the day or night and
whatever the weather, picked it
up. Reuters secured a world beat
of some days by that piece of
quick thinking.

Again, almost a century later,
another assassination which shook
the whole world was first reported
by Reuter. Doon Campbell, the
Reuter news editor in New Delhi,
was at his desk on the evening of
January 30, 1948, when his tele-
phone rang.

‘Man Fired Four Shots At
“Ghandi”
A voice said: “Man fired four
shots at Gandhi — worst feared.”
That news, Campbell recalls, came

2? What happens to a
cily when there’s—

NO MO

TORONTO,
YOU must live on this week's
wages this week instead of on
next year’s... that is the thought
for citizens bé@hind Canada’s

latest curbs on thire purchase.
They are all part of a new
war on. life-on-stick. And they
have already caused a slump in
the demand for new cars; a
slump that may, if it continues,
affect the jobs of 25,000 out of
130,000 in one Ontario city alone.

But it is difficult for many in’
Canada to live on this week’s
wages . They are often already
heavily mortgaged to meet pay-
ments due on goods bought

months or years ago on the never-
never,

Now what is worrying this
motor city of Windsor?+ Thirteen
weeks ago the Government intro-
duced regulations increasing the
deposit money on a new car from
one-third to one-half, and reduc-
ing payment time from 18 months,
to one year,

That means a buyer has to find
£400 for an average £800 car, and

pay nearly £40 a month,
This is too much even for
workers who earn upwards of

£16 weekly.

Beside
chattered

Thudding Sounds

He describes the last moment:
of the opening of, the tomb ir
these words: “Now heavy, thud-
ding sounds as the picks were
plied reverberated from the shaft
I glanced at my watch. Two hour:
to my deadline for the Londor
evening papers,

tickers
same

the
the

only
with

him
away





POCKET CARTOON

by OSBERT LANCASTER

“The noise of the picks stopped
There was a long, long silence
hard to bear . the next mo
ment Lord Carnarvon (in charge
of the excavations) shot like a
rocket out of the dark entrance
He was as pale as death, and the
sweat was running down his face
With shaking hands he lit :
cigarette, took three puffs, flung
the cigarette away, and _ strode
back into the tomb,”

At last Williams had only a
few minutes to go to his deadline
He saw an enormously - stout
Egyptian come up from the tomt
and fell into place beside him.

“Exeellency,” he said, removing
his sun helmet with a bow, “i:
it true that they have found’ two
sarcophagi?”









‘There, you see, Donald,
if only we'd been dishonest,
bed-ridden and anti- -British




the Gbvernment would’ve “No, no,” replied the fat man im-
given us the Stone without portantly: “Only one.”
@ murmur '” “Quite plain, they tell me,’
Williams said,
“No, no,” the Egyptian saic
again, “It is magnificent!)



decorated, all blue and gold.” Ther
he glanced at Williams and let ou
an angry shout. But the reporte
was running for the river bank

Within seconds the mesage
“King's sarcophagus discovered’
was on the way to Cairo in the
auto and a new Reuter news bea
was in the making.

The chronicle
beats could be

steady monotony. Most of the staif
crowded round as Campbell typed
the first message: “Gandhi shot
at four times—worst feared.”

Roy had even saved them the
search for a formula of phrasing
to tell the story in the first flash
in the fewest and most effective
words.

The Tutankhamen “Beat”

In all the numerous exploits of
British troops in the Middle East-
ern countries throughout the past
half century Reuters has played a
big part, During the Arabi Pasha

of Reuter news
continued indefi-
nitely, Julius Reuter, who begar
his news agency with a pigeon
service and lived to see a world
wide chain of telegraph commu-
nications established, set a high
standard of accuracy, speed anc
impartiality. To-day, the agency
which he founded is owned b)

revolt in Egypt in 1882 the Reuter the newspapers of Britain, Aus-
correspondent with the British tralia, New Zealand, and Indi:
forces, J, Piggot, sent an hour to under a Trust Deed which esure:

hour service of news of the battle
of Tel-el-Kebir, a place only 40
miles from Cairo, The Duke of
Connaught, son of Queen Victoria,
was engaged leading the Brigade
of Guards and the Queen record-
ed in her diary: “Another tele
gram, also from Reuter, saying

that it will be non-profit-making
will never pass into the hands o!
any single group or faction o1
under the control of any govern-
ment, and will always’ supply
service which is without bias of
any kind to all countries of the
world,







JAMES COOPER watches

an experiment inpaying cash

a TICK”

\His Choice









THIRTREN weeks ago a buyer i in household » gods _— o!
might hawe had to wait three it wien hacieeac: Sie :
months for delivery. To-day he Ss o be said that the

Canadian housewife is so keen on
labour-saving.. devices for her
home that she has to go out to
work to earn the money to pay
instalments on the devices to save
her housework,

But, “Not now. There aren’
many families who ean put down
£40 on a new refrigerator,

“We do not know where it wil)
lead. The manufacturer believec
that the only way to beat infla-
tion was to produce more goods
Now, if he cannot sell the good:
he will have to produce f-wer
and his costs will go up over ane

rr de above the increase in the tax on
to the United them.”

mists N apart from duty, *
he tax jis 7 per cent., compared ket °
with Canada’s 35. They Cannes Taking a Chance
send them. to Europe, where there
are no dollars to pay for them.
Second-hand car sales are
almost zero, as the man who can
afford only a second-hand car
usually cannot afford to pay half
the price as deposit. One big
manufacturer says that the posi-
tion is the same in all “heavy
consumer goods” — washing
machines, refrigerators, and

ean have his choice and drive it
away from parking spaces jammed
with new cars, still with the
brown paper round the bumpers.

One Toronto firm has 1,000 cars
for which it cannot find buyers.

A customer can get as much as
£120 off list price, with 500 gal-
lons of petrol to boot, if he
bargains hard enough.

New car sales are down by 75
per cent. and makers just do not
know what to do with the sur-
plus.

Not for Export

EXPORT
States? No, for,

them

ALL this may mean that own-
ers as well as motor workers
will be out of work and the curbs
may lead to depression.

But Canada’s Liberal
ment seems determined to take
the chance, Apparently it wants
to see what it.is like to have too

many goods chasin too little
Mean, g o little

qovern-

—L.E.S,



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Just Look At Yourself! .

By J. W. MALLALIEU, dificult to compile a similar one judgments—to please us, to anger i

f in the future. For example:— us, to make us think, 8 “a chee AND BLOOD will do
SINCE the war, we English have “Jean is a nice girl, perhaps Sample One batt aa journey—which is pro

talked more about ourselves, and just a trifle heavier than fashion- Parody: daigheat fin in'Psmell yably all it’s meant for.

agreed less, than at any time this | able, with a sense of humour and doses if you know the original. It Sample Tw
century, Half a century ago we good temper; but her culture is says a lot for John Foss's FLESH But what atout this? “Yester
did not bother about ourselves little more than gentility and good AND BLOOD (Dennis Dobson ‘aie whe ; out his? Yester-
because we were sure. To-day we form. ‘Heaven’ and ‘the end’ are 9s. 6d.) that, although I know Sonik oe rei ol arte
are uncertain, We suspect that her favourite adjectives. I had the little of the originals it parodies equa’ art sof alk nalrand" Vet 69.
we've come down in the world impression that she drank a trifle I read through its 206 pages. F re ani eae Bs — Aosclaca
pnee renee) > Es li too much.” The book makes fun of the hené The last. ad Histtored
Te Oh Te oe ; , ; Pe “nine-and-sixpenny dreadful” , bs Sree
found in HOME AND AWAY I don’t suppose that Jean will school of writers which has Ray < a et ee ; ce
(Hutchinson, 12s. 6d.), a lightly ever again help the author to a omestie o summer solstice

written but sober survey of Eng-
lish people as we are now.
The author, Adam de Hegedus,

first-hand information
middle class in Leeds.
From the Jeans,

about the mond

the Lens, the

James Hadley Chase in its bottom,
and Ernest Hemingway
tra-mural student,

Chandler in its” top form, had packed her bundle and caught

the milk train. out of Trenton.

as an ex- Peace to her ashes, which I shall

was born in Hungary but came to Bills that Hegedus knows in the . 2 carry up hence-ferward from the
live here at the age of 20, because towns and villages of England has Here is a sample: “I'd seen large cellar, Stay as sweet aS you are
he thought that England was the come other copy about the post- numbers of murdered men in my Honey, and don’t drive ‘through
place to be. At 40, he is not dis- war manners of Eton schoolboys, time, and I’d seen them more bad- any open drawbridges.”
appointed. about the sexual morals of -Lan- ly mangled, but there was some- _ If you like this brand: of Amer-
After the war he lived in the cashire mill girls, about what has thing sinister about Johnny’s ican humour you. will read A
United States for a year, then happened to Oxford University corpse which gave me the ¢reeps CHILD’S GARDEN OF CURSES,
came “home” with a fresh eye and the coal industry Then I realised that it was the by S. Perelman (Hetmemann,
His book distils what he saw and On the basis of this information, silence of the house; there was not 12s. Gd.)
heard, His candour may make it Hegedus passes a number of even the sound of a zither." mink a

news beats—the

1 BERNARD WICKSTEED

1 —inspired by the disappear-
{ing diplomats—examines the
jtechnique of past masters.

First: Lee Bevan (right).

BUT A WOMAN LED
TO HIS BETRAYAL

GERARD LEE BEVAN disappeared too.
There was a story for you. It had every-
thing — great names, millions. of missing
pounds, tales of lavish parties, a beautiful
Frenchwoman, panic-stricken flight, and a
hase round Europe that went on for months.









Gerard Lee Bevan was an aristocrat of the
City. He was a financier by hereditary
tight, for all his relations were bankers and
financiers,

He went to the City via Eton and Oxford.
ie didn’t drink, and he had the religious
veal of an evangelist. You couldn’t imagine
inyone more respectable.

PENDULUM SWINGS

EVERYONE said he'd go far in the City
vith all that integrity and all those family

‘onnections. He did. He became a million-
1ire,
During the 1914-18 war he was made

‘obacco Controller—though he himself never
moked. When the war ended he was the
director of dozens of leading financial con-
cerps and chairman of the great City Equit-
ble Fire Insurance Company.

Then something went wrong in the mind
f Gerard Lee Bevan. The pendulum swung.
he zealot became a rake, desperate to make

|
p for lost time.
At the age of 50, he collected mistresses

vith the abandoned vigour of a libertine in
he early twenties.

He drank. He lost that former sense of
esponsibility so completely that he faked
‘alance sheets and committed other business
rimes.

low that you couldn’t give them away. On
Seareetns February 8, 1922 Gerard Lee
evan cracked completely. He borrowed
£150 from a relative, took a taxi from the
‘arlton to Croydon and accompanied by a
i'rench woman boarded an airliner called the
Faris Express (top speed 90 miles an hour)
The flight made history because it was the

|
The shares of the Equitable slumped
first time anyone had fled from his sey!

WHO was this woman he was travelling
with? There was no secret about hei
identity. Her name was Mlle. Pertuisot
The financier was an old friend of hers anc
he was to see still more of her in the future

The couple parted in Paris, but not before
a dramatic scene outside an hotel that Bevan
formerly owned.

The fugitive, discredited and fallen could
1ot face the reproachful looks of the stafi

hat had once fawned on him.

Mademoiselle went in alone and _ left
the financier huddled miserably in the tax
with his luggage and his thoughts. , Inside
he met, evidently by arrangement twc
friends still loyal.

Together they telephone a K.C. in London
to ask what the sentence would be if Bevan
-eturned and faced the law.

“Five years,” said the K.C. The news was
aken out to the taxi. “I can’t take it,” said
Bevan and drove off alone into the unknown

sibilities by air.
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YOU can imagine the sensation when the
news broke in London. The hunt was on.
The fox had broken cover and everyone hac
his theories about which way he'd run.

But the tally ho was in Italy. The fox
was sighted in Naples and then went to earth
again,

There were rumours that he’d returned to
England, that he was holding wild parties
on the Riviera, that he’d been seen in Greece.

And all the time Gerard Lee Bevan was ir
Vienna. He called himself Leon Vernier
He grew a beard and said he was an artist
from Paris.

SHE TALKED

BUT Leon Vernier, the artist from Paris
couldn't live alone, He found a woman
companion, and she talked. He was arrested
in Innsbruck.

The hunt was over and the chase had lost
its thrill. Brought back to England to face
his trial Gerard Lee Bevan was no longer g
jfox. He was merely a dog that had been
| caught stealing.

The sentence?
tude. ‘

His wife divorced him and on his release
he returned to France—and Mlle. Pertuisot.
| Yes they married but whether they lived
happily I can’t say. Gerard Lee Bevan died

Seven years penal servi-

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1951



Criticise Salaries For
Top Government Jobs

@ trom Page 1.

tary Says that the Committee
express€d tne opin:on first and most important measure
to overcome the difficulties of re-
cruitment and retention of admin-
istrative, professional and _ tech-
nicai offices was tne provision of
return leave passage privileges
to the holders of the offices
listed in the Schedule to
Report. It is true that the Com-
mittee did express this opinion
but in Section 6 of their kKeport
they also said this: —
“A considerable
the recruitment and retention
of senior officers arises from
the inadequacy of some of the
salaries offered by, the Bar-
Sados Government as com-
pared with the salaries now
offered by the Governments of
British Guiana and Trinidad.
We have been required to re-
port to Your Excellency on the
20th. of December, 1949 and as
we believe that the considera-
tion of the salary problem
deserves a more detailed ex-
amination than can be under-

its

difficulty in

taken by us in the limited
time at our disposal, we
recommend that a committee

should be appointed to review
the salaries of administrative,
professional and technical offices
in .their relation to the new
salaries of corresponding offices
in Trinidad, Britisn Guiana and
other West Indian territories,”
Now as tar as I know no such
Committee has been appointed.
Now, Sir, I am not so foolish as
to suppose that an increase in the
talaries paid to the higher grades
of Civil Servants in Barbados
would necessarily mean that we
would always get a civil servant
of greater experience and efficiency
than we do now and still less that
those in office now are all lacking
in the qualities required, but what
I do contend is, Sir, that if salaries
in Barbados remain as they are the
chances are that we shall as a rule
fail to get as experienced and
efficient higher grade officers as we
need. I consider, Sir, that for posts
such as that of Colonial Secretary,
Financial Secretary, Chief Justice,
Comptroller of Customs, Commis-
sioner of Police, Attorney General,
the Directors of Agriculture, Edu-
cation and Medical Services, to
mention some of the most impor-
tant, we should if necessary pay
the same salaries as Trinidad for
we want no less efficient service
in those Departments as Trinidad
does or British Guiana or any
other Colony. I submit, Sir, it is
not a question of whether we can
afford to pay these salaries but
whether we can afford not to pay
them. It has been said that as
far as possible a Barbadian should
be appointed to fill posts in the
Barbados Civil Service, I don’t
think anybody will disagree with
that provided that Barbadians can
be found to fill these posts who
are as qualified by training and
experience as others who may not
have been born ir Barbados. As
time goes on more and more Bar-
badians will no doubt be found in
the category and in the mean time
if the people under whom Bar-
badians may be serving in vari-
ous departments are really first
class, surely the time will come
all the more quickly when
most posts will be filled by Barba-
dians who have deserved appoint-
ment. not merely because they are
Barbadians but because they are
first class Civil Servants.

I lave looked through the Esti-
mates of Revenue and Expenditure
for the Year 1951—52 and I find
that if one adds up all the personal
emoluments of the various depart-
ments we are spending about
$4,000,000 a year. If Honourable
Members will refer to Column 4
of the list of offices and salaries
which I have given them, they
will see that we are paying the
holders of these offices $187,500 a
year. If this sum is taken from
the $4,000,000, which the personal
emoluments of all servants of the
public amount to in round figures,
the personal emoluments paid to
the holders of all posts other than
those on the list I have given Hon-
ourable Members come to more
than 33 million dollars a year. If
Honourable Members will refer to
column 4 of the List which I have
given them, they will see that in
all the more important officeq men-
tioned, Barbados in order to meet
Trinidad would have to pay
about $16,000 a year more in
salaries. That is a large sum
but I do not think Honour-
able Members will consider that
it is too much to pay annually
in order to set an example of
efficiency to civil servants drawing
about 3# million dollars in salaries,
and to get as much good work out
of them as possible.

Mr. Pile referred to the unsat-
isfactory state of. affairs which
exists at the Department of Science
and Agriculture through the ab-
sence, of a Deputy Director. of
Agriculture, who when he was
here, was doing good work in in-
structing peosant holders.

He criticised the use of the soils
expert Mr. Robinson as Govern-
ment Analyst and also drew atten-
tion to the imminent departure of
Mr. Knowles for a more lucrative

post.
Recent appointments in the
Service seem to emphasise the

threat to the good government of
Barbados which lies in that situa-
tion, I refer to the appointments
to the posts of Financial Secretary
and Auditor General. I want to
state clearly that there is nothing
personal in what I am about to
say and no one will be better
pleased than I if the Honourable
the Colonial Secretary is able to
show that these appointments have
real merit.

Taking first the appointment ‘to
the post of Financial Secretary
which surely is a very important

one. That at Jeast is what we were



told when it was created. If that
is so, surely anyone appointed to
it ought to have the special quali-
fications which would make him
a fit person to hold it? Is that

important and most unpopular
post? A reference to the list I
have given you will show I think
that an increase could be justified.
It will be seen in Columns 4 and 5
of the list of offices given to Hon-
ourable Members that the salary
attached to the office @f Labour
Commissioner in Barbados is less
than that attached to the office of
Labour Commispigairdin Trinidad
by $2,160 a year, and.Jess than
that attached tothe Same office in
British Guiana by $1,680 a year.
It may be that the answer to the
riddle of the appointment just
made to the office of Financial
Secretary is the question of ¢al-

aries, This post in Trinidad
carries a salary of $2,040 per
annum more than it does
in Barbados, and $1,200 more
in British Guiana than in
Barbados. However, when we
compare the salaries paid in

Barbados for the posts of Finan-
cial Secretary and Labour Com-
missioner we find that the
difference in favour of the former
post is $1,920 a year. The
second recent appointment to
which I have referred is that of
Auditor General. It is said that
the officer appointed has been in
the Customs for years and his ex-
perience of auditing is nil,

I understand that he is a most
reliable hard working — public
servant but that he has never
served in the Audit Department

I think, Sir, I have said enough
to demonstrate the seriousness of
the situation and I would ask
the Government to do what they
were asked to do by the Commit-
tee appointed by the Governor to
which reference has been made in

their report dated the 20th ot
December 1949, a course which
was recemmended also by the

Select Committee appointed by in
the @ther Place to consider the
question of leave passages which
report was dated 14th February,
1950.

Hien’ble Dr. fi. G. Massiah said
that he wanted to support what
the Hon'ble Mr. Pile had said
with regard to leave passages. He
thought it was he who at that
Ceuncil had raised the question a
couple of years ago when he

asked Government what was their
policy about schools and the
lamentable condition that the

teaching of boys was getting into
for want of foresight in having
proper salaries and leave pas-
sages for teachers.

“There is another aspect of this
question of recruitment of officers
which has been puzzling me for 4
very long time. I think it has
been puzzling the majority of the
thinking public and I think it is
what I may call the policy or lack
of policy on the part of Govern-
ment in selecting officers for cer-

tain posts,” he said.

There were many examples
where a man had been sent to
England on a scholarship and

trained in a specialist department.
He had been brought back and
had remained in that department
only a few weeks and then trans-
ferred to another, the working of
which he had no knowledge.

There were several examples of
that and one that came to His mind
was in the’case of Mr. G. B. Niles
who had now retired from the Ser-
vice and was a Barrister. Mr. Niles
was sent to the United Kingdom
and trained as a Labour, Officer.
When that office was temporarily
vacant, the Postmaster Ceneral
was asked to act.

Mr. L. N. Chenery wno was
sent to England and trained in
customs work, was appointed

after he came back, in the Auditor
General's Office. Since then, he
was made an Assistant Secretary
in the Colonial Secretary's Office.
He was at that time, the only
officer in the Customs Department
with a special training in cus-
toms duties. He was taken away
on the eve of the retirement of
the Comptroller of Customs and
put into an office for which he
had no special training.

Hon'ble Mr. Massiah said that
there was also the case of Mr.
Wiles, the Librarian. He was seni
to Toronto and trained as a Li-
brarian. He got all the qualifica-
tions and came back and did
magnificent work in the Library,
but he had been moved and taken
to another office altogether.

Why spend money on people to
do special work and then take
them away and put them in places
for which they have had no
special training and possibly no
talent?

“I believe that statisticians say
that if a thing happens two or
three times,-it-may be a coinci-
dence, but when it happens sev-
eral times, it must be due to some
policy or lack of policy.

“I want to focus attention now

on what is happening in these
posts. A raan can never be satis-
fied after being trained for a

special job to be taken away and
sent at the same salary or slightly
more to do something he knows
nothing about.

“It is Impossible for anyone to
give wholehearted service to a
Government when that sort of
thing goes on.”

He said that it would be very
much better in the case of Mr.
Wiles and others to increase their
salaries and keep them on jobs
they were doing. “The library is
one of the most important depart-
ments in this country. It serves
the whole community and we
should have an experienced and
trained man there.” Be

Mr. Wiles had given magnifi-
cent service in the Library, and
it seemed a tragedy and want ot
foresight that such things shouid
be allowed to happen continu-
ously.

Hon'ble V. C. Gale supported
what the Hon'ble Mr. Pile, had
said in the case of leave passages.
He said that the matter had been

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ASSEMBLY

@ From Page 1
any other plantation or dairy
in the island had anything of the
sort.

They had always been hearing
of the necessity for devising ways
and means to get employment for
the people, but it did appear to
tim that Government was travel-
ling faster than private enterpr
in putting more people out of en
ployment. “I daresay soine
technical officer has advised on
fetting this piece of machinery,
but we have to think in ternis.of
to be ma- how many people are going to be

_ rest of their lives put out of employment.”
unt



hanging fire for nearly two years
and it would be increasingly hard
for the Government to get people
to come this colony, having ft
the requisite qualifications, if they
were not going to give leave pas-
sages,
AS

Hon'ble Dr. Massiah had
said, the Education Department
Was experiencing extreme diffi-
culty in keeping qualified mem-
bers of the teaching staff

“It is not like in the old day's
when a man could get passage 10
Engiand for £30 return. That
passage to-day is nearly £10C cnc
way. You cannot expect people
to come to this colony
rooned for
wait



or they get another

appointment when the next doo Mr a that

colonies are giving leave passages. the ite: ne 8 leted from the
“We have lIcst some of the best asta tion oe

masters at Harrison College ana “™‘S ; a) Pret

Lodse ‘School aieerthen. a lagke Mr. W. A. Crawford {o) ae

of leave passages. | am at pre- referred to the land for the piay-

ing field. He said: “I want to
suggest to Government that this
half acre is totally inadequate as
a playing field for the school
even if it were a playing field
before. Steps should be taken to
acquire some more of the adjacent

sent, Cigarman of the Governing
Body of Combermere School. We
have been trying to get masters
for the last six months, but they
will not come unless they can get
leave passages.



‘It is very difficult f > 2 .
when they cone lea oes a eae ao an the blic
reasonable housing accommodaa- = Spagtepeaet eee

schools the proportion is one acre
to every 30 children. This school
has approximately 300 children.

Speaking of the reouirements
at the Central Livestock station,
Mr. Crawford said that it was
more or less significant that both

tion and I am pleased to see that
the Government have made a
move in that respect. They have
taken buildings belonging to the
Imperial Government at the Gar-
ilson and are now letting them to

civil servants. They are moving the hon. senior member for St.
in the right direction and I com- John and he should have risen
pliment them on that.” almost simultaneously to offer

He said that they should face observations on this matter.
up to this matter of leave passages A certain” amount of mechan-
and face up to it very soon, or ism of agriculture in the island
they would find themselves in was more or less inevitable if it
great difficulty in filling any of were to increase production, said
the executive posts in the island, Mr. Crawford, and if it were to
especially in the Education improve our standard of efiicien-
Department, ey to the maximum extent, “But
The Hon'ble the Colonial this Farm Manure Loader and
Secretary also spoke on this sub- Spreader can be regarded as an
ject, a report of which will appear unusual machine, I doubt wheth-
in a later issue, er there are many others in this
colony. I have never seen one,
1 am of the opinion that it is a
machine which, at this stage, we
should do without.”
Not Dithcuit
what I know of this
Own Correspondent) colony, I really cannot support
LONDON, July 10. the claim, that it is so difficult
Sponsored by the British Coun- to get farmyard manure spread
cil, Mr. A, Bonner, a member of that the Government Farm _ has



Jamaicans Will Get
Lectures On Co-Op.

(From Our

“From

the staff of the Co-operative to get a machine for the purpose,
College, Loughborough, leaves What is necessary is to offer a
London by air on July 13 for little extra incentive for loading
Jamaica, where he will spend @nd throwing out the manure.”

six weeks as lecturer to a sum- It was distasteful work of

mer school n the Co-operative Course, and_unless one loved the
Movement g oe soil he would not get near it. A
" : 7 ‘ s i . 1
This is being organised by the little extra pay, however, would
Jamaica Co-operative Union in — Saat ae
conjunction witia the Extramural ,, The big plantations had createc
eave bh : .,, dissatisfaction in many phases of
Department of the University {oultural k Th Kk
Cotlege of the West Indies and agr ural work, e workers

were dissatisfied year after year

the Jamaica Social Welfare Com- for doing work on the estates for

mission, Mr, Bonner’s expenses ; :
in Jamaica will be met by the be ene. bs - treed
Loughborough college and the they oe Oo Pe
Jamaica Co-operative Union, Pp ,

Mr. Crawford said that the

while the British Council is paying \orkers should be allowed to

his return fare, He is due to ;
eiatix ihe oie dae te occupy a portion of the land and
oe back in London on August pointed t that where this had

been done there was seldom any
complaints about lack of labour
or anything of the sort. “At the
Pine where we have this dairy
farm there is also a_ certain
amount of agricultural land, put
people on some of this land,” he



Jca Govt. Plas Big
Anti-T.B. Campaign

(From Our Own Correspondent) .
KINGSTON, J’ca. June 29. said,

Mobile Units, laboratory equip- Mr. H. A. Dowding (E) said
ment, refrigerators and other that he loved the people; he loved
material for a two-year campaign the smell of the manure; and he
against tuberculosis planned by also loved the people that tilled
the Government have arrived in the soil.

Jamaica and this week the Medical The manure spreader was
Department will seek premises to mecessary to any dairy industry
set up the laboratary which will Which also had land under culti-
be headquarters of the campaign, Vation. There was already one,

The country’s biggest anti-tuber- to his knowledge, in the island;

culosis programme is to be pro- there was another to his know-



secuted jointly by the Government !edge on order, and there was
and the World Health Organisa- ancther one shortly to be orderea,
tion, a subsidiary of the UN, and “To suggest that plantations

wait and watch what is happen-
ing at the Central Livestock
Station before they adopt methods

is planned to test every person in
the island, immunising those who
are free of the disease and treat-



. seis Kohat om which increase production, is
ag AG” CARES: COV ELSE, ridiculous to say the least,”

Mr, Dowding said that as fat
Vierchants Demand as he knew the item “manure

loader and spreader” was two sep-
arate things. The manure Joader
is attached to the wheel type
(From Our Own Correspondent! tractor that loads the manure 1
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 10. its receptacle, This has a revol-
Retail merchants of Trinidad ving bottom with a machine at
have met in Port-of-Spain and the back of it to swvoread the
agreed to “close down’ their manure out over the field.
business, if the Government did He personally thought it was
not consider giving them a more} worthwhile to have this equip-
reasonable margin of profits on| ment,
consumer commodities, am
Emphasising the necessity for
changes in the mark-ups, Mr.
Almandoz, a leading businessman
said: “We want te go forward
step by step in a_ responsible
manner, so that when we put
forward our memorial to the
Government asking for what we
want, there will be no retreat.
We are not asking for anything
extraordinary, We are asking the
authorities to give us just rates.”

Bigger Profits

Mm-m!
nothing
tastes
SO

good as
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To Organize Pilot Service

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, June 29.

Establishment of a Pilotage
Authority has been accepted fn
principle by the Government of
Jamaica and steps are being taken
for the setting up of a committee
to make recommendations for the
functioning of such a body.

Conditions under which pilots
operate in the Port of Kingston
have deteriorated considerably and
the Government has decided that
it is desirable that the pilotage
service should be orderly organ-
ised.



Cure For Athlete's Foot

I
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 10. good CUp
The discovery of a new anti-
bictic described as a cure for
athlete’s foot and a deterrent of
mildew was announced by Dr.
A. C. Thayseen, head of the O
Micro Biological Institute of the

British Empire Research Centre

here, and patented under the
name comirin, It is now being |
tested in Britain, —(CP) ( O ee .

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TRADE WITH
CANADA

“We in Canada look upon
the British West Indies as
our natural export market.
We have seen our trade de-

velop there over the years
and we have farmed many
close friendships in that
area. In many ways, the
trade of Canada and _ the
West Indies is naturally
“omplementary; and, as we

are great believers in two-
way trade, we are glad to
see the steady increase in
imports from the Islands
from 20 millions in 1988 to

7 millions in 1950.

“On the other hand, our
exports to the BWI have un-
fortunately not grown pro-
partionately. Despite very
substantial exports to the
B.W.1, during the war years
and in the years immediate-
ly after the war, the impo-
sition by the United King-
dom government of ex-
change and other restrictions
on exporters seeking to do
business in the sterling area
has meant that our Canadian
export trade to the Islands
has been limited in scope and
artificially restrained.

“The U.K. Government
has made some concessions
to help our trade with the
West Indies. So far we
must admit that the conces-
sions have been small and
disappointing. We are most
hopeful that the’ recent ‘ne-
gotiations in London and
Ottawa will bring about a
more substantial measure of
relief from restrictions.

“We cannot believe that
the present barriers to our
trade inthe B.W.I are in the
best interest of Canada and
the BWI, or indeed of the
United Kingdom. We urge
most strongly that this prob-

lem be approached with
broadmindedness, with cour-
age and with foresighted-
ness.

“Trade cannot be artificial-
ly channelled and deflected
from its natural course and
still survive and develop
healthily. The experience
in the B.W.I. leaves no
doubt that the measures
taken to restrict our natural
trade there have not really
been to anyone’s advantage,

“We look with confidence

to the time (which we hope
will be very soon) when all
exchange restrictions will be
removed between Canada
and the B.W.I, allowing trade
to take its natural course in
the atmosphere of healthy
competition.”
. J. |Gwynn, President
Canadian Exporters Associa-
tion, welcoming the B.W.1.
delegation to Montreal.



House Postpone
Scholarship Bill

The House of Assembly yester-

day postponed discussion on an
Amendment to the Government
Scholarships Bill by the Other
Place,

The Bill, as passed by the
House, gave the Governor-in-

Executive Committee the perog-
ative to inerease the allowance
for the Barbados Scholarships
from $240 to $576 as from Sep-
tember 28, 1950.

The Amendment suggested by
the Other Place sought to give
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee the power to interact the
Bill from September 1 and added
“not exceeding” $576.

The amendment from the Othe
Place was accompanied by an ex
planatory message which wa
seeking the House's approval
Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) drew to the
attention of the House that it wa:
an intrusion on their perogative
“It should not be done,” he said
“because it was equivalent to
making a new Bill.”

Dr. Cummins (L) who hac
moved that the House approve
of the Other Place’s amendment
finally asked to withdraw his mo-
tion for the time. being.










40 Sit B’dos

Scholarship

the Bar-
year—34

Forty Barbadians sat
bados Scholarship this
boys and six girls.

Thirty-two of the 40 were
from Farrison College, two fron
Lodge and six from Queen's Col-
lege.

Harrison College entered 11 fo
Matheniaties, and seven for eacl
ot the other groups, Modern
Studies, Classics and Science.

Seventy-seven entered for
General . Certificate of Education
at. the advanced level. Fifty
three were from Harrison Col
lege, 11 from Queen's Collegy
12 from Lodge and 1 from Cod-
rington High School

Three hundred and thirty eigh
students will sit the Genera
Ceptificgte at the Ordinary leve
this month. Ninety-two from
Harrison College, 46 fron
Queen's College, 27 from Lodge
i4 from Codrington High Schoo
40 from Foundation Boys, Parr
7, Coleridge 11, Alleyne 11, Mod-
orn High Sahool 56, Girls Foun-
dation 6, Alexandria 13, St
Michael’s” Girls’ 29, Ursuline
Convent 15 and St. Winifred 1.

ih
th



Combermere has entered n
pupils, but pupils from thr
school will take the Camnbridg

at the end of the year



ined, Bound Over
For Bodily Harm

A jury at the Court of Grana
Sessions yesterday found Clot-
telle Miller guilty of — inflictin,
grievous bodily harm on Mets
Payne on November 7. His Hon
our the Chief Justice Sir Allar
Collymore fined her $4.80 anc
bound her over to keep the
peace for 12 months in the sun
of $48.00.

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker appeare:
on behalf of Miller while Mr. W
W. Reece, K.C., Solicitor Gen
eval, prosecuted for the Crown.

Meta Payne of Spooner's Hii
said that she knew Miller fo
about two years. On Novembe
7 avout 4.30 p.m. Clottelle Mil

lee threw two stones at her an
ws her left thumb as_ the
“caught hold and fought.”

She went to the General Hos

pital for the bite after being ai
\ended by Dr. C. Manning. He
lett thumb was amputated at th
Hospital.

One witneSs for the defence
Gwendolyn Yard--said that Met
Payne put her left hand on Mil
ler’s mouth while tney wer
fighting



C.J. Postpories
Seiitence

His Honour the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymore at the Cour
of Grand — Sessions yesterday
postponed sentence on Mervir
Lashley who was found guilty o
aiding and abetting Winifrec
Bryan in throwing corrosive fluic
on St. Clair Bryan.

The offence was committed
March 5, 1951. Counsel
Lashley was Mr. J. S. B, Dear anc
Mr. W. W. Reece prosecuted fo:
the Crown

The keeper of the criminal re
cords told the Court that Lashley
was convicted in 1945 for aidin;
and abetting Richard Harding i
throwing corrosive fluid on Reu-
bin Crick,

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WANTED ee i SaaS SS. Axe
sis| tacmenwone ass s.-st| Glands Made Young ¥_ xorice ‘a
week—4 cents a/werds 3. cent: sord A a z r ra . | .
ses Soman, me ones con : Yi) LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER #8, sper avon |
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additional word. word on Sundays July 15. Telephone 3103 Securnte ang -sapia Sehagtheman tease Jelly Crystals, Salad Cream, Mayonnaise, Horlick’s Malted person who knows any réa-
| ? s , capa- \ aie , . . . ; ’ pt BB.

Par, tints Mertens 6: Bagadement 11.7.51—in tile of preparing working, drawings and | jp2%¥ou feel old before your time or sulter Milk, Sweet Corn, Empire ¢ offee, Breakfast Rolls, C & B son Ww h y naturalization
announcements in Carib Calling the AUTOMOTIVE FLAT—At Coral Sands, Worthing. 1 an for first class buildings, all tynes.| you will Fyn Sappineen and health in Browning for Gravies, 5, 7 and 8-Ib. Tins Toffee, Extra should not be granted should I
charge ts $3.00 for any number of words! | modern furnished flat, good sea bathing nterviews will be arranged in Barbados;/ in American medical discovery which re- Strong Mints, Chef Sauce, Apple Sauce, Heinz & Fray send a written and signed
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each! For further particulars. Dial 8134. Alma write - giving full particulars age, ig] stores youthful vigour and vitality quicker Bentos Canned Soups, 7-lb. Tins Prunes statement of the facts to the
additional wo-d. Terms cash. Phone 2508 | ~~~ ene eee nemo | RN. 27.6.51—t¢ perience, selary required to W. H./ han operations. It is a simple home Colonial Secretary ry

my 7 Re ccithie hevthte fm [Watkins & Pa r | jreatment in tablet form, discovered by an al * é "ae

between 8.30 und 4 p.m., U3 for Death; : } — seine biip ails rpc rtners, FF. R.IB.A Ameri ‘Doctor. Absolutely harmless and 11.7.51.—3n + he
Notices only after 4 p.m, | C ne 19 7 Chevrolet in good order SMALL FLAT, partly furnished For P.O.B. 251, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad } easy to ‘e, but the newest and most pow- e 02 .—vohh, J

; App y to Springer, Rock Hall, + Angrer further particulars Phone 83835 11.7.51—3n. | srful tnvigourator known to solence. is % oe

7 5i—in Saih 2S Soh See eas Se cows pianda, Bates, On R5GGGSSSSCESCEESSSSELET,

a at a ean be eis te] FOGMION OrERED Anime | Mi ormae gulieees eect || OW DP, TAYLOR & SONS LTD. Nik NoTICE. ON
F UNCEMENTS ik jodge Car, 5 passengers, First uired for our office. Salary $40.00. t you can see ‘eel now ji a y # ; WV Ey . ~ %
ANN riass order, Ncw tyres. Apply Fort Royal » = Applicant must , . body pewer and vigour in 24 to 48 hours s >
ccourvmemeieaiaiatenae haa iamamtbaacan | OUTege 11 7.61--3n i ILI¢ SALES knowledge of aa cal Weleda’ Because of its So pa » is enn CE 2

HOLIDAY RESORTS—Grenada—Isie of | ———~ repr - Student with School Certificat in| 2erves, your er, mory an is hereby given 5 .
Spices. SANTA MARIA—loveliest hotel} CARS--Vauxhail 14/6 in perfect con- . | also be considered Write ‘stating quali: open roe improve amazingly, vieeur that SALEH MAHMAD AS-._ &
in Caribbean, Rates’ from $7.00 per head | tlition new tvres, paint ete, Also Vaux- REAL ESTATE fications and references \ -estorer, Walled VieTabs, is Suaraatest Ti WAT of Mahogany Lane, s
per day. GRAND HOTEL—in best resi- | hall 1° (Wvvern) in good shape, Apply | ——-—— sdf, Ar tications should be posted and not| tas been tested and proved by thousands Bridgetown is applying to vine
dential district under Government House! Barbados Agencies. Ring 4908 ALLEYNE VILLE, a cottage in Hasti brought in n America, and: is now available at all c » Gov 4 - ; > vsat
till, Rates from $5.00 per head per day. | 10.7.51. —6n | Mext to Hotel Royal. All modern ae Johnson's Stationery 10.7.51—-2n,} 2hemists here. Get Vi-Tabs from your A as. ae the Governor for naturaliza- e
SEASIDE INN—On Grand Anse Bathing niences. inspection by arrangement Piel Stosindeligindaidipinieiendiiiainemadiood chemist today. Put it to the test. See the tion, and that any persen-

Beach. Rates from $4.00 per hi per! CAR—One (1) Prefect Ford in good ! 4151 , 11 7.$t—s big iycovemens te 36 Bours. Tske the who knows any reason why y
day. Enquiries to D. M. Slinger, Grenada, | condition. 4 new tyres. Apply to M. C cea reli ta LO T full bottle, which lasts eight days, under } nat lizati should
26.6.51—78n.| James, c/o Bata, Swan Street HOUSE: Board a —— oe ST & FOUL ND the positive guarantee that it must make aturalization should not be s
| able « a and shingled 20 x 11 you full of ur, energy and vitality, granted should send a writ- %
8,7.51—6n., | See po ese os 9, enclosed. Situ- ey ee ee and feel 10 © 20 years younger oF : ten and signed statement of
MENT NOTICE | =Scee ear e| Reaeear ie elope ene gt nied statement of
-u good working C. Skeete, Dist. “E" Sts ‘ A special, double- h bottle of 48 Vi- the facts to the Colonial %
GOVERN iodine. With. Stains camer DRED, Romie 1 PONE. No renabnakie eae ee St serge Bridgetown on Friday 6th. > abs costs little, Secretary é x
Stoute’s Drug Store or Marshall & 10.7.31—2 ye keys attached by a small brass | abs and the tee es ‘ Xs 3
Ee Edward's Garage, Roebuck Street, ie Finder will be rewarded on | protects you, 11.7,51.—8n. % Sh
where it can be seen. Phone 249 or| POULTRY FARM— including how even same to the ADVOCATE| Restores Manhood and Vitality } EnbrOrtatat atest tb uctd tated x -—S
TERMINATION OF THE £ TATE) %53 22.6.51—tf-n. | bungalow; over an acre of land with on Ce Es ae e AAR AANA nn lla
OF WAR WITH GERMANY. entrancing View of the sea. Hatching | —— RE Sirians: ea
: ELECTRIC sz. ae and other Poultry appliances ie aoe nea ens —— _s = i

It is notified that the formal} ——~—-——~- -— - ; as present stock of chicks etc SELLING? 3} =
state of War with Germany is| PHILCO REFRIGERATOR: 914 cubic eee “ane tae Series aeeeias tos Pann OFFICIAL NOTICE . eS ? $=
terminated as from 3 p.m. today ft. Full width freezing chamber. Brand | Isiand Poradas. latechated leaving tne | BARBADOS. aes

AY) new unit. Reconditioned throughout, | Kelly ¢ reste write O. IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY A E BUYERS mma
(GMT), the 9th day of July, 1951.| may be inspected at Leo Yard, Cheap- y. ¢/O the Advocate. —10.7.51—1n. IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906 I de hereby give notices to all s
On the instucticte. of His! side Apply H. L. Smith. Sandford, | | Persons having or claiming any estate vigtt os aoe e notics to a We t enti t Lee s
) om ru ; S| St. Philip. y 9th tee AUCTION brane in or affecting the pate. vient erest ur any lien or incum- e buy anything connecte
ty’s ‘ipa ~ ary ‘ property hereinafter mentioned (the oper ‘ . mi
State. ‘tor *Farewgn ‘Amine es REFRIGERATOR — One (1) Westing-| 1 atineinetn +e Ae Of thee wipiow aris herr teitoueces, with STAMPS, Sheets, Sin- )
' ‘ ¥ , oe e esting~- have been instructed by Th ents and vouchers to be examined by me or any Tuesda’ or Friday between 3 . ; a
United Kingdom High aa at house, in good working order. Apply:|Govt. in Exccutiy 7 @}the hours of 12 noon and 3 o'cl s afte , : Mico gle Stamps, Collections, Ac- :
J , ® Con o'clock in the afternoon at the Registrat OMice %,
sioner in Germany addressed a, ¥: ®- Tempro. Phone eae roe es sell by | public Auction at Senet, a that caste iene pemesann berare the 14th day of ‘September, 1951, In coe SELECT THE FOLLOWING BUILDING NEEDS !! cumulations. and Covers, % >
‘ ake _ 6.51.4. ednesday the llth at 2 o'clock. : claims may, be report on and renked according to the nature ar P , oe
communication to ‘ the Federaly —————_______ Dodge Ambulance ohne doe One| priority thereof respectively, otherwise such panne ai be cheskidaa ss CEMENT (Drums & Bags) Good prices Paid at the— ¥ a
Government of Germany in the MECHANICAL DARCY A. SCOTT the benefits of any decree and be deprived of all claims on or against the said 3 ¥ id
following terms: Government Auctioneer, | P™Perh : BAR IRON (In all Sizes) / Caribbean Stamp Society ¢ —
His Majesty’s Government in] , MOWER—One Ransome Motor Mower. ¥-U6}—in Ditendant? ROSITA GORDON COO! wae aaa er / 3rd Floor, No. 10, Swan St s
ta . sail +. | little used Apply J Connell Phone | 7 ~~ r. ; . a “OOLS YALL 0 Db , . » Swan * v

the United Kingdom, bearing in} 9953 8 7.51—Sn I am instructed to offer for sale that By Orey THAT PAINTS & ENAMELS (In all Brands) »

mind that on 3rd September, | —————— —_________ | very comfortable stone Bungalow called certain sugar plantation called “THE SPA” situate in the ” per OOOO

1939 a state of war was notified MISCELLANEOUS Marwin” at Maxwell Road, Christ | B@t!sh of Saint Joseph in this Island and containing by estimation WI All ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES = | — —§ Wi 6ooos ¢ POPP SOPOL SEs

with the German Reich | Church. It is nearly shaded with trees} A's 26 perches of land or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands now x

3 an Reich, —__—_——__— ——-———_ | ind is off the main road with open |e late af Mount Wilton, Parkes, Richmond Hill, Cane Garden and Fruitful Hill And Many Other Useful ITEMS Too Numerous to Mention $

t ANTIOUF: pe ‘,
that active hostilities were nus pt iigd ur Pa oer Be Paiva drawing and dining rooms. age al es 7 or late of WN. Vaughn, Joseph Bradshaw, Samuel a
, . anlarati ren | » * ewels, ne iver | 3 bedrooms, toil ; uentin an rederick Augustus Ishmael and the blie a : yeve " *

oe bss - as eneH re-| water-colours. Early books, Maps, | servants alan Tecate ee a else the same may abut and bound Palethes coils the ticeeeane Srakeciinekon Pay US a Visit before making your Selection

garding the surrender of the; Autographs etc., at Gorringes Antique|/on which it stands. Ht is at Bieaent windmill, boiling house and other buildings thereon and thereto belonging ; Elsewhere. x

German Peich issued on the 5th] Shop, adjoining Royal sae ee in vacant. : * H. WILLIAMS, d h x 2

> theless 50—~ ‘or parti 8,3 , Registrar-in-Chancer p Aw

Jute, see but nevertheless the] __ nartichiate spats Birk sid CUCM suka -ades egistrar-in-Chancery © an other x sy

orma Movs e os mad or oe A wind-blown look isn't pretty Sisetine ean Dated 9th July, 1951 | h ~ —

many has continued to subsist] “Amami Wave Set” makes your hair so] Dial 3743 i i -_ ¥

so far as Municipality Law of] sy to set so quick to dry. This ee 6 _ Jee Barbado H rd r Co Ltd cL ld z

the United Kingdom is concern- non-olly preparation keens curls and| I y been instructed by the S a ware * ° 2 Kohler & Cnmpbeli tamdus }

ed, and will so nontin = intl waves firm and wind-proof. Government in Executive Committee to <1 TS ‘ brand upright Pianos. Matchless >

» and. S0 ¢ nue wu KNIGHT'S LTD 11.7.51-—3n. | offer for sale by public auction at the THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS) Value for their Low Prices, One

appropriate action is taken by $$$ ——________——_ | yard of the Department of Highways has Player-action whieh might x

H.M. Government to terminate Shark Retin Tach Ree ed aeR OEE ge peeeins ne ay next the 13th No. 16 Swan Street ‘one Phone 2109, 4406 or 3534 be repairable x

it § sa -i- a e 1949, Jauxha :

i paste Boxes. Within a short while you | Velox blue Saloon car. It ha rom - y E a a o -
that through circumstances| may be the winner of one of the follow- psralively new tyres and tne whee ; Ms ae he eee ore * be
beyond German control it has] !n¢:— 1st Prize $50.00, 2nd Prize $15.00, | holstery as good as new. Terms cash. - i .
as yet proved impossible to con- bye! Ertae’ O00, poner avian, aaa SSS a Electric Pick-up Bakelite Arms $
om ve uc’ e oo Sl eh ‘
clude a Treaty which — would| BLUE JAY— Corn Plasters. Fresh 7 Tate ‘ Plane Rolle, Roane ane Clngal: ¥

dispose of questions arising out} stock at Bruce Weatherhead A nila cal, 72c Gramophone Reeerds s 47

of the state of war with the 1 5!*" | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM de, to 48, — BUY NOW. s +8

German Reich, have determined|} BRASSIERS: Fi 4 . »

1, Hevea emale Beauty begins ‘ .

that, without prejudice to the] with beautiful Brassiers. We have Amer- af ae ne : sceived, I will sell Vessel From Leaves Due 'e le e 2

Occupation Statute, or to the] lean style Brassiers to At every type of € taste! "Garage, Church Villas ah IGS, “S " Bacoasoe *

decision of questions the settle-] street ‘ 11.7.51—1n | Light Hudson Car 1946 Model. Insured Ss ph TATESMAN +. London 23rd June 9th July % -

ment of which must await the | and iicensed until “1982. tn perfect | 2°S" eee, a .. Glasgow 6th July 20th July e e ‘% .

conclusion of a Treaty, the for-| COMBS & BRUSHES for Dogs, New FR peace ten aha for Taxi. Terms Cash. as’ ADER ee Liverpool 7th July 2ist July 6 SPRY ST ~——-

mal state of war betw th shipment at Bruce Weatherhead Ltd oale F ene S. “STUDENT London 10th July 24th July ‘ .

} _of war between the 10.7.81--2n VINCENT GRIFFITH, SS. “EXPLORER” uly h July i ~~

United Kingdom and Germany Auctioneer S'S. “SPEAKER” London 10th July = 25th July f} CGE ES ere ae e DIAL 4069 aoe See

shall be immediately termin-| ‘Christy's Emulsion” is a healing and | !!.7.51—@n ens R .. Liverpool 20th July 4th Aug.

ated. ipparenrts Emulsion for Chafing, Sun- Se een sanentnrindiinnnnininninimensnetnaiae a

Hurd CCRIGHIER and OCRLERIE wots the HOMEWARD FOE THE UNITED KINGDOM '
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SYLVAN D. C. SKEETE,
E. Station
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with water
for kitchen garden.

Price: £500, 0. 0.
Mortgage can be arranged |

Dist
Peter
10.7, 51—2n
—
are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife GERALDINE
HOLDER ‘nee Blades) as I do not hold
lf responsible for her or anyone cise
debts or debts in my
a written order signed

CECIL JEMMOTT
Phone 4563
Over Knights, 33, Broad St.
10.7.51—1n,

The public

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FRANK HOLDER,
Delamere Land,
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' FOR YOUR INSURANCE

NEEDS — CONSILT
ANDREW D-. SHEPPARD
Representing

Confederation Li’e Association
C/o F. B. ARMSTRONG LTD.,

LRIDGETOWP “3ARBADOS.

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ing published that the formal state; ready for emergencies. Price 1/6 bot Piv tnstructeite Waeebtes Closes in oD 4
of war with Germany has termin- KINIGHT’S LTD 11,7, 51—3n Tete Ti tea eee Vessel For Barbados ’ Sus ets eH e ,
for sale by public auction on Thursday | S.S. “SCULPTOR” Liver *,
ated as from 3 p.m. (GMT) on the] = — | next the 12th July at 2 o'clock at Lower|Gig’ « 9 . Liverpool 18th July *
9th day of July, 1951. See pee ae sy iee Station Hill, St, Michael, one double] o'a “TRIBESMAN” . London 25th July
His Majesty's Gove > shapes, all of good quality | roofed house with shop attached, and S.S. “STRATEGIST” . Greenock 26th July
is ajesty's sovernment in] and marked Cheap. KNIGHT'S DRUG | ; 168 sq. ft. of land. Also the household | =——>——————— S VN -_
the United Kingdom must reserve! STORES 10.7,51—2n. | sirniture. ‘Terms cash. D'Arey A. Scott, | For further information apply te wept Re HO I PLA I KS 12 0
the right to retain any money or| ~gsTERBROOK PENS—We have them | Auctioneer. 6.7.51—5n pply si NT amie oD =-
property subject to control by|—a’so a few spare nibs. Call early} |... DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—Agents 3
virtue of Trading with the Enemy] Knights (Pheonix). 10.7,51—2n. PUM 1m NOT CE v4 ;
legislation or in the custody of any “FRERE PILGRIM. SLING—You can 4 I Ss e ° e a9 ay y * -
prize court but they desire to re-] get this from our Soda Fountain. Ten cents per ayate line on week-days n ational Steamshi j s “J UNIOR I LE - I RIC a
call that under that legislation no} (KNIGHT'S Pheonix). 30.7,51—2n. | 2nd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, 4 og
obstacle has been placed since] ————————————_ reais pharne | $1.50 on week-days sips aiiphaepsthdiieahciaialenlain Dadi ansssisocihanditaneahisabiteatin ree } 7
29.3.49 in the way of the resump- mare cleaning your Suits, Frocks, Hats, .80 on Sundays. SOUTHBOUND ei, a eis _
rr” fe, . ‘oats ete., ete, try ‘‘Scrubb’s Dry 7 Sails Sails Arrives Salts
a - oa pecsceeriee and finan-] Cleaner.” Price 1/9’ bot. * NOTICE Name of Ship Montreal, Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados | & co
cia ealings between persons in] Obtainable at KINGHT'S LTD. Applications for a vacant Bulkeley “ ‘ COOKER
the United Kingdom and persons ni heneeoes Tn Bote eae eee vena Rey Sete GANS CRUISER i0 ae 13 a ‘ a a uly - vue = * WITH OVEN i
in Germany or of the acquisition —— i rst or second grade school of the Island| CAN. CHALLENGER 20 July —.23. July ae cue A.F.S., F.V.A
; GENTS THREE PIECE GRAY 2 will be receiv , ’ 3 July -- 1 Aug. 2 Aug .F.S., F.V.A. ;
of property not then subject tc] surT. Approximate erat x Wee ya. be received by me up to the 1th. | LADY RODNEY .. 80 July 2 Aug 4 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug
: ain a2 . ill I 38 DI . y Se ‘ CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 9 Aug. 12 Aug . 21 Aug 22 Aug ey
control, and this position wi 10.7,.51—t.f.n, Candidates must be sons of parents] LADY NELSON 20 Au 23 A 5A 3 Se . y
remain unaltered. _ 5 ened aaa in straitened circurmstances having a a a PES ali it ee . : ug. s ci sbabd Sey 4 Sept. GRILL d e FOR SALE
Contracts concluded before thel « aA ANOS an vy gauge 9 settlement jin St. George or liable to NORTHBOUND an HOTPLATE.. ial e al
ran Mate ceeds TT fi $7.50, 7 is sf umi ‘ium be rated there and must not be more Arrives Salls Arrives Arrives Arrives "TOBRUK", Cattlewash, Bath-
war between persons in the Unitec] Sheets 6 ft. 8 ft. 10 ft. At Ralph| than 13 years of age Name of Ship Barbados Barbados. Boston Halifax Mont sheba-—A picturesque holiday t
Kingdom and persons in Germany | Beard’s Hardwood Alley. 10.7.51-2n.| A baptismal certificate and letter, : Tere on the beach with about a. berg
will also remain subject to Trad Seg - from the Headmaster of the school] LADY NELSON 27 July 29 July 7 Aug 9 Aug 12 Aug. of land Timber construction
ing with the Enemy legislation dre ROOL | Sg are BARS—| which applicant attends must accom-] LADY RODNEY 25 Aug. ‘8 Aug 6 Sept 8 Sept 11 Sept oe raised on stone pillars, sound con-
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PAGE EIGHT



Rain Hampers
League Cricket



Turpin Defeats





little one—-if I win
He travels round with a “royal



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aheiomnaes iomens tiikinion and Wi Thi d
me," ie oes round In a, 17-toot nglan in ir
long mauve car I hope to buy a

Test By 9 Wickets



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‘ 7 « * x ‘ % f
Reports Clyde Su a R b SOD paves.” 1 ike to the with’ my ola
g t . I oO il pals, like Jackie Worrall and s aa Ww alle s ‘ diate
f “Dango.” He lives in luxur. a: ae m_ Correspondent) owever,’ when nglan was
Walcott ly Peter Wilsen netala. I've. ast "pasa See LONDON, July 10 eaught on the damp pitch ana
JUNE 28 house in Hanworth-road, War- ,,.28!8nd beat South Africa by fF, R. Brown’s rescuing act was
After a leng spell of bright I N my first two years as a professional IT wick, ao vhiew _ a not one moment too soon for the
sunshine, rain stopped play in had 22 fights, and in 12 of them I met Maybe his way’s right—maybe edhe’ Bie et” ate Ot the eventual winners.
ew ema of League game fellows Dick—he’s my eldest brother—had ine is Anyway, we'll all know dour and frequent interrup- Again, when it looked as though
as aturday

A nodding crowd at























fought before I had.







The tips he gave me
























after the night of July 10. All 1
hope is that I don’t let anybody

England might clinch matters on

tians by rain.
the Saturday, Cheetham and



s Seek ea rida yn “ . . Bngland’s danger period was in é
eek, Manehan Cheech a ake were wonderful. down. went she» final half hour last night, Rowan held out, and finally, it
vt tv a fo the most p 7 ‘ . eng s. when McCarthy and Chubb un- was Bedser and then Hutton who
cricket: ‘There ite fade. excit- There was the Australian Johnny Best, who ite Jeashed a ferocious onslaught brought England safely home.
ee es oo a alacant toshl forced Dick to retire with an injured hand in four wpon Ikin and Hutton. Both No one could have anticipated
vs Mi of col ur in the b tting rounds. It didn’t do him any good, for Dick told Cc . k t R Its batsmen received knocks on the such a firm fight when the
abs p Olt * at i ma 7 ‘ an . et h <- ‘ ‘
of both teams. Lowerhouse bat- rod, oan fear at en ee whctee sine atl Sie ricke esu band and body from balls which Test commenced, and South Af-
ted first and were all out for 166 Whites suet he tite was The victory I like to ; LONDON, July 9. ose quite sharply off a good rican prestige has risen emasider-
fommy Lowe dismissed the open- thin it is the one with Albert Finch—-my sec- English first class cricket results t-ngth. But, despite these injur- ablv as a result of their efforts.
sug’ batsmen, Marshall and Der ub- ond with him. on October 17, 1950 on Monday . they held firm, and today were The remaining two Tes ; wil
Sec. > oe ea ay Og Oxford University 177 and 159 only narrowly denied the al be subjects of great interest.
shall’s contribution being 20. ‘The :gaq for 6. Cambridge University 168, cf moking the necessary runs for
ower ise 3s} rs are ve C ‘inch bes ie oir in my bad ye; 948, . p —- ¢ ‘ s s
Low thou ©. spe ator are tt F neh best ine gus in ¥. a ay bed yen i} a Somerset 241, Glamorgan 84 victory between ..em—lIkin being SCORES
ae. hath stone nike. whee I won the British middle-weight title. for 3, only 15 mimutes play due out when the total was 18 short. sourn arRICA IST INNINGS 138
tur Rain ee lay when on the Bri n Sg ‘ 2 Melayge ave £ is-
Church had scored 107 for 4 wick- It pleased Dick too, for Finch ; the man who ‘rain, — 6 ne ets, Marshall teking 1 wicket fo had robbed him the honour of winning a Lons- Yorkshire 224 and 31 for 1, p'ay on a wicket where e pa NGLA}
et verti. AS: amore Turpin—fighter dale belt outright Middlesex 207, played strange tricks, but which, .opry AFRICA 2=ND INNINGS it
daetad, Ueaed seceded e bait Kent 202 and 18 for 0, Surrey generally, was too wet to assist : “ Se
santury on. Rawienstail’s pe Up To Ten | 451 for 5, declared. the bowlers. His 98 not out was RNGLAND 2=ND INNING
electric scoreboard on Saturday I still can’t understand how th Twenty-turee year old Ran- Essex 384 for 8 declared, compiled in just under three | sutton not out 8
Australian George Tribe struck teleree made Dick a loser tha doiph Turpin, British Empire Lancashire 221 for 6 bcurs, and apart from a difficult j“rkin b. Mann 38
back by taking 7 Bacup wicke night. Anyway, IT made up my and European champion last Derbyshire 235 and 167 for 2, c'anee off a McCarthy bumper Rk. Simpson not out ;
for 48 runs, and Rawtenstal|, Mind there wasn’t going to be any night defeated Sugar Ray Hampshire 161. when in the 80's, he batted with- Extras ’ ‘
proud to be the first Club in the need for the referee to give Robinson of U.3.A. to become Nottinghamshire 238, North- out a flaw. Total ifor 1 wicket) 142
aancashire League th « ee. decision when I met Finch new middleweight champion amptonshire 371 for 4. ; a
er oe ene oe iahiston All he was going to have to do of the world. 7 : Gieugseterthize 103 and 211 This insleed soe hoon §. male BOWLING ANALYSIS
ion of seeing it register a sixth Was to know how to count—up to The 15 round contest ended for 4, Sussex 376 for 8 declared. of aE ae aa when con or M--R ow
Wicket victory for them. Bacup, '®9 in a decisive points win for Warwickshire 343, Worcester- ting on the rn , ’ 7 their MeCarthy 19 4 46 0
batting first were all out for 134 PETER WILSON says: Arthur Turpin, shire 95 for 6, rain restricted ditions were probably at thelr’ chupb 6 : i" 0
kes topes 55. Raw Batty, a muscle control exper Here is the final instalment play best, could not score well against fewer oe i : ;
tenstall had no difficulty in pa who helps to train Randolph tr of his lire story as he told it , —«cp) _Bedser. They fought back strongly, ™
ing the score for the loss of the gym over a gelatine factory to Peter Wilson
wickets, Weekes taking 3 fo: 9 in Warwick, brewed up the
in 12 ove ; mn : poison for Randolph before that ———
For the first time thig seas dl zi : Be we Whats daa: Sadat ay fobinson and I’m certainly not bet ow | $ | S|
crag ota ae: {ee an re a YC Raenate, enph of. the doing Worried _— ; pethgege = oe For all white shoes — — )
1 their sco at v7 wicl - : ape punches or that he's a foul highte
on Then i a 7 ymne round and then gowy to the ‘ . 7 int
ees eee : sg ‘ end of the queue You don't et a record aes 4
eMuli Cina tine! it Acide At the finish only one of them Robinson's if you're just a dirty i ss muster
anon ary noid —_ ‘ baat — was still standing. But Ran- fighter. White shoes, to pass
ie “i ri eit "the a a f ag dolj he was full of hate I never really studied any boxer, in company, must be spot-
ao Pere ee Finch was on to the biggest apart from Dick, but when I was ,
vith ee ap id Pon 7 , ya 4 thrashing of his lift the only nipper I used to read stories less, immaculate. Use Here's a way to relief . bie
Stylis $ 1e made ‘ ;
even dead-bat defence joo time Ne has ever been knocked ‘ ‘ Do you know that a common
graceful H , tually ?# Propert’s White Renovato cause of backache lies in the
a Pw wes eventuenly He had to burn himself out SONS i hen are health:
caught and bowled by Monkhouse ype q candle to make 11st. 6lb. or Propert’s Shuwhite. No = Sto Shae’ iapurities oe
2 BAW and Turpin gave him the cat-o 1 am proud of my sons— ‘ of the m. When they grow
acne ana eee 2 oe Bine-~taile treatment round -the a "cae oe 8 lot of surer way of making sure lugei these impurities ac-
ir batting strength again on body (he was warned inciden 0 y were ‘ . is umulate and the resulting con-
field when they declared at 199 fo tally for punching near the kid- nothing. — Well, my sons that white shoes are white f gestion is v sina enemas
4 wickets. They maintained their neys) until Finch collapsed have shown them— 3 backache. Witt's Pills are
record of not being bowled out starfishwise in the fifth Randolph Turpin’s mother , special prepared to invigorate
this season and never looked in There was only one blot on Pp RO PE RT’S Kegan kidneys. They act
danger of that event. Bruce Doo- Randolph’s meotettctst record directly on these vital organs, act
land and Reid smashed Enfield’s the time when he had retirec ee i rh as a tonic, toning them up and
hopes of being the first team to - to the Frenchman Jean Stock a A zn See cove, eee SHUWHITE & WHITE RENOVATOR speedily restoring, them to thelr
‘ \ am tt ; a y : re -aVy-weik mn iyi js
bowl them out by taking the score Me wiped that one clean u hen of te World). anid T tried en naa in Cartons with Sponge natural activity. Relief from
from 51, to 156 before Gorton /t¢ thrashed Stock to a standstill | te eS backache follows as a natural

at Leicester last March.

He'd been forced to retire at
the end of the fifth round. It
was ring revenge when he forced
the referee to intervene before
the end of the fifth in his return,

stumped the amateur off Riley and
seven runs later Riley bowled the
professional. Rain stopped play
after Enfield had scored 3 for no
wickets. A poor finish to what had
been a grand afternoon's cricket

: Dick and Jackie aren’t the
Walcott bowled 11 overs for 49 runs only members of his family to
without taking any wickets. have helped Randolph. There

In the Central Lancashire League
Stockport were bowled out by
Crompton for 165 runs. Ramadhin
who has been taking plenty of
wickets in the last few games cap-
tured 4 wickets for 44 runs. Rain
stopped play before Crompton be- things I want to do. I
gan their innings. buy a good runabout car. T want

Ramadhin has re-signed for © go on holiday with George
Crompton for another two years. Middleton to Paris—I boxed there

Castleton Moore batted first ON¢e aS an amateur—or go back
against Radcliffe and declared at to Brussels where I helped Dick to
228 for 6 wickets. Frank Worrell, **4in once. ;
who is suffering from a strained But the thing I want to do most
back did not bowl in the match, 1% t0 buy my mother a really nice
At the close of play Radcliffe house of her own, She deserves
seored 153 for 3 wickets, Worrell Very brick of it.

is his mother. His rather im-
mobile expressionless face soft-
ems and his brown eyes become
liquid when he talks about her,
He says:—

If I win this fight there are three
want to





did not get going on this occasion 494 what does Turpin’s mother
and was out for 5 runs. say? She has the face of a
In the Ribblesdale League Ken Agnter and the anpeaer oh
Rickards was out for a “duck” fighters. | Her blue Se ats
when Darwen had lost 3 wickets nearly Serre. ape 38 vant
for 28 runs before rain. stopped very deaf. There aes caer
lay. tatooed on her fore-arm. He
pia iron-grey hair is twisted back

The West Indies XI did not play
last Sunday. but are scheduled to
play at Fleetwood on Sunday.

tautly.

When she hears you her voice is
strong and fiercely challenging
1s she says:—

1am proud of my sons—proud of
them. They’ve had to do every-



Barracudas

° .
thing for mselves. i
Win Six—One hing or themselves ‘ 1 did
everything I could but it wasn’t
Barracudas scored their third much,



win for the season when they de- A lot of people thought they were
feated Whipporays six goals to one nothing; wanted them to be
in their water polo match at the down. Well, my sons have
Aquatic Club yesterday afternoon, showr them. I won’t say I'm
Harold Rogers playing in the back not worried about this fight, but
line scored two goals for Barracu- I have never stood in Randolph's
das while captain Basil Brooks light He can give as good as he
Eric Johnson, Kenneth Taylor and gets.

Keith Armstrong scored one each, Not This One

Dudley O’Neal scored the lone goal i ;

for Whipporays earily in the first [Ud like vo see him against this
half, Robinson. But Randolph says
In the other game Harrison Col- ‘No, not this one’ and I wouldn't

lege outplayed their heavily built Want to upset him. He says 1
opponents eleven goals to love ean come and watch him when
Billy Manning scored five, “Morti- be, defends his Lonsdale belt.
mer’ Weatherhead three and He's a good boy—like they all
Frank Manning, Geoffrey Jordan ®Fe-

Turpin has no
plans for this fight

particular

and Rolf Redman scored one each a
but he’s not

The teams were:

: > ree hink
Police. M. Richards (Capt.), G. oe oy a fool oe rink that
ea , DP an fader vee he’s going to get out of it en-
Porter, W. Phillips, E. Harris, R. tirely unscratched and without
Alleyne, L. Best and L. Dodson. being hit. He says:—
Harrison College. J. Chabrol, B. You can’t go out into a rain-

Manning, F. Manning, M. Weath-
erhead, G. Jordan, R. Feldman,
and T. Clarke.

Whipporays. C. O'Neal, A. Hunte
(Capt.), R. Redman, F. Redman,

storm
drops.

and expect to miss all
But I'm not

the
worried about



Tavior, P. Fletcher and K. Arm-

Dudley O'Neal, R. Gibson and L, strong

Spence. This afternoon's fixture is Sea
Barracudas. FE. Lopez. BR. Brooks, Nymphs vs. Ursuline Convent.

(Capt.), H. Rogers, E. Johnson, K. Referee : Mr. Mr. K,. Ince,



Regiviorsd U.S Patent Ofer

| They'll Do It Every ‘Time

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Scene.t: OUTER OFFICE OF
TITWILLOW BIRDSEED CO.-TIME: 1927:
MORTIMER BOBBLE SPEAKS*+

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4 AAA , Sere. 7
‘] THAT DOES (T!! rvE HAD
ENOUGH !! THIS PLACE WOULD
DRIVE ANYBODY crazy !!!
I'M QUITTING !! LET “EM
_ GET SOMEBODY ELSE! .
I'M THROUGH! THROUGH!
I TELL you!!



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So
Pll be as fit as I can possibly be

The
mer
year

Reginald
carpenter of
Church was treated at the Genera!
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TIME: 1951 MORTIMER STILL RAVING «+

THAT DOES rl! a MAN CAN
ONLY STAND SO MUCH!! THIS
IS FINAL!!! FRIDAY T WALK
OUT I! I’M THROUGH UE Quit!
UNDERSTANDS |

on his, blocking and

parrying with my arms instead of
using exaggerated footwork.
Boxing is

the most serious thing

my life. Without it I'd be a

builder’s labourer.

Ambitious

you can be darn sure that

The Night. After all, how

many chances do you get to be a
world champion?

And, of
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PAGE KIOI1T RAKBAOOS ADVIK'ATE IWIIM-IMY. JII.V II. IHI night A AII hi Itain llanijMMs League Cricket III (Mil 1% < l'lr Unlroll JUl I I..nc IP*U %  sunshine, tatn sUippni the majority ol League game* La* A noddu %  %  %  •raial >*.'Cot tf>p MM %  kltnli and an almost total ..bsenre > tits batting i f both | i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  :>5 run* in II am itvordcd a hair U %  %  %  %  1 ing ihf A %  %  %  F..I n IaMe i *i-i-i.i o %  i not gi\. tu>m .i chanci %  : %  %  In III.Ill, 9TCB :i -l-liit i %  fence |ool I i-aiiRht an %  thm bati i i .it iu& i<>. %  i %  danger of thai event Bruce Dooland and I EnJIeld'i hope* ..( ix>wi them oui by lakia from 51 to 15*i i..-I C stumpoif'iho amateur of! i:.l.-in* 1 tiler Rih'y Mm %  d |l• %  .i :i roi n< lo what had been B 0 DM %  !! run-; without taking Sfockifirt were bowled out by Crompion for 18.1 run*. RamadMi who hai bean taklni %  last aanati • nprured t artckaai for 4i tuns. Rain %  i ra Cmnpton began their innings. Raiiuidliin 1ms re-sinrh Empire %  uaatoa i>t night defeated Bngai %  v .< A to beceeae lasUawetght iliampion ". i, i *iti inr Twain. Hne is KIP final instalment of inhistory a* he told it lo 1'rt. WllOtl i i i arti i no -. . I. % %  .1 foul hghb i I I lie vi i i I %  %  Dick, but wj boxm *'.*t> l.' lag .mini,)!, in I Up I'll' %  II iy in Mil At fJU %  hale pan fn %  ouf. We iifld i i a M oal %  %  %  HI-VI) mmtU sfur/tihirl'r ht rhc flllh. There HMM onltf eaa %  oui Jack John I himplon a riandatlll wa world), and I triad, to modal „t j • March. n, y v,vl ''•'• l "'Mocking and (i,.,( -.. pBrra ing w lib raj / ualng ex iggcr itad root t %  %  i ui thing %  i'. life Wtt'iout it I'd be %  the <-irt of Ihe flflh in his return, builder'* inbourer. ; •'• %  '.-' '"'. "''' Amhitimis .;;; so you e, .„ r h a. Cricket Results U>NTX>N. July . Rnglish first class cricket result. >.. Oxford Univerfiily 177 and 15) for fl. Camondge liniversity lag. Somerhet 211, Glamorgan 81 fit 3. only 15 minute* play due to t.t.u Yoiksnire 224 and 31 for 1. Miuulrtax 207. ".' and 18 for 0. Surrey 4S1 for ft. declared. :i84 f.,i H deelared. I tor I and H;T f.M2. I NofCsV Ire 111 for 4. 103 and 111 Hi l 8 declared. hire "i :* v. %  %  i .. ., play. -MY SONS-, I am proud of m sunnproud of in. in ... a lot of people thought they were nothing. Hell, my sonhare ahown them— Randolph Turpln's mothtr esdeei foci %  %  talici aboNi d". He snns — .. i light ihera are three %  hing! I w.int to do. l I v.. I I for 1 R M holiday with Mo % %  • ( %  a? op back w: %  load Dtok to -.ruin om i But the thing I %  her own ..... i Anil ltil lii-s Tuipln'B molhtr agi s %  I aca i'f %  > Bggiter and tha mothei ol fighters. Her blue +\*an nearly rlghtkan Si" very daax Than Bra Inltkua uit %  > i.i in. lore-arm. n kfan-fri tautly. When n The Night. After ill. "how %  world ehamplonr Ami. of count. Pro %  %  ambHkatfl, I'd Itkg \open a big MK'Uil club when 1 retire—not th;i! that's gm far n lornTin mil. |UBt 23. %  FIRST PRIZE POH I "F'-SI'AIN. July I'llTrlntgad Tun Cjub take fliart prke n Will DO 338,480 FELL OFF ROOF (eatod Whipporayi six goala t<> one m their water polo mutch ,it thl Aquatic Club yesterday .ift.-i | Harold H"^'-i %  playing in the b.ck line Bcorad two goali tt Barracu* das while captain hdsil Brooki Km Johnson. Kenneth Tgjloi Keith Armitrong %  COM I on Dudley O'Neal scored the lone goal for Whi|pur.i>earth In %  %  In the at] %  i km Hilly Man Mortb Weatherhend three and Fi-jnk alannlng. QeotTroy Jordan and Rolf Redman %  eon Tlii 1 bnuru rstiiee. M Richard (Copt.). Q. W PhllUpa, V. llnrris. R. Allevr r lfarr.v.Ni ftWago. J Chabrol, R. I am proud of my sons—proud nf them. Itsay've bad u d" everyi %  Btlvei i OM everything i oould but much. Ihought Reginald Weeks ii 4.'> earpenter of Fair View, Chris 'hurt h n %  i in itad al tinGeneral pltal when be fell off a roof %  %  r u two Btorey building In r"a • %  1 %  .II tl>0 rtof %  aha] ..i thai down. Well, my sons have IAOWI tharn I won't say I'm noi v.i'i r'nht. but i i Randolph'i light Hi gOOd as he rot No'. This One Blntl tini But Rai klph aayi %  i wouldn't i e nnd watch him when I %  d ila u-it. i i are. Turpiis has no pnrtu-ular %  in hut he's noi eajottgft oj it fool in think Mint he's yoiuu '•> id'f our cralrnrd and uThhottl bet V*O*J i out Into a rainF. Manning. M. Weal iThead. r,. Jordan, R roldnian droi ;md T Clarke Whlapora*-. C O'Neal. A. HlUltl %  K \. i: i. 'i in ifti ioon*i tb lee jBeiieiiagai r Lopct B Bro I Mg aag b a DraBhaw convent. (CapL), H. R> i • loce. WHAT'S ON TO-DAY t'ourt of l.rsnd Se^slmis — 1U.00 a.m. Court of Original Jurisdiction — 10.00 a.m. I'olhe Couru — 10.00 a.m. MX-IIIIK of < ham her ml Commerce — 2.00 p.m. Meeting of (ieueral Board of Ile.illh — 3.:t0 p.m. t ntstssMI The Weather TO-DAY sun Rises: 5.43 a.m. sun Srls 6.23 p.m. Monti i first Quarter) Ju It lishllni : 7.00 p.m. HIKII Water: H.34 a.m.. 9. They II Do Ir Every Time SCENE l: OUTER ornce OF TITWILLCW BlROSCED CO. -TIMS: 1927— AlOffTIMEK eOBSLE SP&AKSli\ Jimmy ll.illo SCENE 2: SAME AS SCENE 1 EXCEPT FOR UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE — TTMe:i*i-,WORTIMER STILL RAVINS — THAT Does rrll A MAN CAN T i ONLY STAND 50 MUCd!! THIS Sj IS FINALlI FR/OAV 1 WALK. „ \ OUT!! TM IMROLOH i!r oorrt 1 .' j UNDERSTAND? ^ ^S r-nm u under three | i from B difficult i *nce ofl %  MoCarth] bumpei v in n In the BO'a, he batted wttaV> bt i daw. Thai kaJeed bast been •• noteti StHtth Africa balUng -HI tb.ilrst dav. when con%;[ ,. a „, dillon* were probably at their l.i MO' More well against %  bey fought bach strongly, when England wa caught on the damp i F H ssrOernS rescuing act wns, not one moment loo soon for the eventual a Again. wh"n n looked as though England might ctmcA n the Saturday. Cheelham and Rowan held out. and finally, i* waa Bedser and then Mutton who brought England '.dely home. No onr could have antlelpal NI such a Arm fight when the Test commenced, and South Afliron prestige has risen eorsiderablv as a result of their efforts The remaining two TWB I be * — W UBJ shoes, to n.is muster in company, must be spotless, immaculate. Use i|kt> Propcrt's While Renovate >r Propcn's siumhue. No .^?:;i-^dncra? When they are healthy they help to niter impurities oot .if theayatern. When they grow -loggiao, these impurities acnmulate and the resulting ron^esbon is very often the cause of ttackachc. 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\UI)\ESDA. JULY II. 1951 atAKK WHiS AD\OCATF r\<.* i I\I Mon olc lit. said, the Edu. I %  Criticise Salaries For Top Government Jobs tary *a? 'ErSTc 1 — £ A?r-^ ,1^ CumnUllea havr given you will show I !hink %  %  n |iv i HO. %  return leave passage privileges th.ip that attached to the I.. ihihuldeis ol the offices Labour ComruapjpjtPay-UBTi Trinidad hated in the Schedule to it* by 12.180 a year, and less than Repo.i It U true lhat the Com(hat altacharf WWWlVt mittee did exi ,1,1011 British Guiana by S1.68P .1 paw but in St-ttiun (1 u l men neport n n ay be that the answer to ihe nddle -r tha appomtmen: luff 1 to UM off au rvcruttmnl ind rouauon Secretary is UM oucalion ados Government Bi camLq I %  pnrvd • %  u Ruffian now ,„ British Guiana than in n ed by the Governments ol Barbj. However, when we Bjitish Guiana ani Trinidad, compare the salaries paid 111 We Dm been icquired to reBarbados for the posts of Ftnanport to Your Excellemy on trnc rM | Secretary and l-ibour Com20th. of December. 1949 and as missioner wc llnd that the we believe that the consider*.*difference in favour of the (.inner Uon of the sa.ary problem post is $1,920 a year. The deserves a more detailed exsecond recent appointment to ..iiiiiiation than can be underwhich I have referred is lhat of taken b> ug Ln the limited Auditor General. It is said thit time at our disposal, we the officer appointed has been in recommend that a eomniilleu the Customs for years and .should be appotntad In i-avian perienca of auditing is nil. the salaries of adimnistialive. I undantand that he is a most %  skonal and technical offices in Bhcir lelalioii to the new seivant but that he ;. salaries of correspond inn ofttces served in the Audit Depart ASSEMBLY From Irare 1 nation or dairy rUng 1 f tbi hanging nre for nearly two years %  -tit to get people 1 h ''J^ yU ,' S,U ^ UflMUOn *: '1 >h>y in the UUutd had *ere not going to | or1 M . . They had alarm been hearing Massiah had „f the necessity for devising wv 1 Deparimeni ;U1: | „,„„. to c cm clovment for exper.encng extreme dimth, | jQ ppf>, ,„ IMBI" 1.. M i thai Oovammant aria ling faster than private ei u K n peopk out % %  %  • Bear riOCcM %  ,., %  „,. this piece ot nnch.nery. -pact people but we have to think in terms "' < to this colony to be marooned for the 1, 01 n 1,.nil ibaj net riMthtr atpoinlmcm when the %  %  b the lack paaaagi 1 in. i 1 iim HI ,.1 the t. oar* School We 1 but they will not c mi unlaaa thaj eon aa* -ages. .. %  ly dlfhCUll I when they come here to ge*. I rWUtlBg ."tcimmoaal:on and I am pleased to see that the Govei ninent h;u c made a injve 'ii tl niey have Ukaa buildings belonging to thw _. ln,p,„„l .OmaM: , ,h. tor&r&S8H SfidlS ,. • "~ how many people are going to bput out of employ men!."' Inadequate Mi Allder I'nally moved 'ha'. llM lU'iii In deleted from the ReaolutUon. Mr. W. (-rowford ( I referred to UM) laud [Of '' • ing Held. He said: "I want to :uggent to iiiiveriunent that Ihu halt .Ilk Mpjau a playing Held for the srhKl even if II were a pla> before. Step* should he uk. acquire *ome more of the adjacent land for the pui p In England at the public rcaWoai UTH to every 30 children This school has approximately 300 chDdri Speaking of the reo : invn and are now letting them to Mr. Crawford said more or less significant ih.il in mi 1 .-..1. HI in.t* He is a muft _. ri ab,c hard^ working pubhc ^TV^T^.l^ 1 •"• %  ''^"'g UM hon. sacdof DMaabar fw the right dlncUon and 1 comj„ hn „,„, m sbouM hov .-ii almost simultaneously to 1 Trinidad. Bntisn Guiana and other Wet Indian tern: Now M far as 1 know DO sum Committee has l)e*-n appointed Now, Sir, I am not M foolish ah to ^iippo-;o that an increase In the talane.s paid 1 tghar of Civil Servant, In Barbados would necessarily mean that we would always *•t think. Sir. I h to demon^lr.iTi Hit eiiousness the situation and I would ash the Government to do what ihev were asked 10 do by the Commit__ tee appointed by U| Q< vtrnot to mdea *W** n-fen'nee has been made in Utah* report dated the 20th -• December 1949. a course rrojntjndad ..].. by ttv of greater experience an., efflelaney 3£?&£gVl" tKES&£*JL He said that they should face observation* on tills matte. n up to this matter ol leave passages *. certain amount of mechansaid enough •*"*' aco up * l( vrr y soon or '*m of agriculture in itwIsland they would llnd themselves in „.„ ,„,„-,. .., i,. ss inevitable if n great dlflkulty in tilling any ol were to Increase produrii. the executive posts in the island. Mr. Crawford, and if it weie to I. in the Education improve our standard ol • iX'partr:cy \ a the maximum extent. "But Tin' Ho 1 hie the Colonial thl.s Farm Manure I....!i Secretary also spoke oil thai I Which Wet %  n port of which will appear i.-ti 1 than we do now those 111 oflka now IN til lacking in the qualities required, but what I do contend is. s in Barbtidos remain H Uwy an the chances are that we shall as a rule fail to get as txparlanotd ind efficient higher grade officers as we need. I consider. Sir. that for posts suelaj that of Colonial Secretary, Financial Secretary, Chief Jusi.ee. Comptroller ol Customs. Com sioner of Police. Attoi %  question' of leave passages which icport was dated 14th February. IBM Hcn'blf Or. II. G. Massiah Mid that he wanted to support what UM Hon'bla Mr. PUa had Hid with regard to leave passages. He thought COtUlCll had Jamaicans \\ ill Gel Lccluri'sOn Co-Op. LONDON. July 10. tl Sponsored by the British Countc I, Mr. A. Boniier, | member of that the Government tnal the staff of Ihe Co-o|>erative to get a machine for the purp" ised the question a College. l>ughboiough, leaves What is necessary is to offer Spreader can be regarded as unusual machine. I doubl whether there are many others in UUs colony. I have oaves I t am -if the opinion lhat it 1 machine which, at Udf should do without." Not Dithcu.t "From what 1 know of tins colony. 1 really cannot supi-ort laim. that it Ls so dim ul: get farmyard manure spread FHrm ba couple of years ago when he Umdon by .. Julv 13 for httle extra incentive for loadinu '.'_ aikad Government what was their Jamaica, where he will spend nd throwing out the manure." policy about schools and tin M< weeks as lecturer to a sum'•was distasteful work top of Agriculture, hdu%  0CM of the most important, we should if ncce Ihe same salarie•ran] DO It 1 0 kanl iervlee lamentable c* ndJUt and nless lovci! the IMIUllI much difference. The b.g plantations had create. 1 ..,v„i.,o djfMUsJacilon fn.nvany phases of West Indus ml %  *'cultural work. The workers "s..,,Tl vvvII.te Comwere <-**'' JI "ed year after year %  *" for doing work on Uie estates for an ordinary wage and getting no share in the profits which they produce. Mr. Crawford said that the workers should be allowed t" portion of the land and l>olnted out that where UUs had been done there was seldom any complaints about lack of lubou: or anything of the sort. "At the I'lne where we have this dairy farm there is also a certain amount of agricultural land, put people on some of this land," he TRADE WITH CASADA '. >ok upon the British Weil Indies as our natural export n W' %  %  % % %  :i our hade 6a%  and we have formed man\ i. -, in. ndahtpa m that .11 e.. 111 in.ipy n -. ;tu u.uie of Canada and tin w rap InaaM 1naturally %  Osnj Icmcnlary; and. as we are great bo ttav ari in twoway trade, we are glad to see the steady increase in imports from the Islands *>*>m 20 millions in I9SH to 67 millions in I WO "On the other hand, our export* to the BWI have unfoitunai.l> not gTOWn priip-ntinnately IVsplle -., %  \ %  M" '* to the it w I during the wi 1 and pi the years imin. K ..tier the war. the imposition b3 the Unltfd Kingdom government of exchange Hid %  '-del re-: 1 on exporters seeking to do ifiuj area has meant that oui Canadian 1 gporl tnda to UM islands has baan limited in scope and artificially restrained. "The U K GiAerniniiit baa made OORM eonce 1 to help OUI traite with the Waal ladles So tar w muat admit Uiat the con. e*. •MCM li.i\y. was getting into Kerne?,' "" ""' to - P rul,VC soil he would not get nea "**• lo for want of fOPMlght ... having T,.,. [| talng o.gan.s.-d by the ll "' txlr FflTh H v BlartoJ and leave p.— Jan.,oca Co-nperative Union in "" %  onjunction witi thrExtromurnl "There Is another aspect of Ihi Department of the University u. .* .* l( L PUfSJtioo of recruitment of officers COilaga of Slr?LruSI^ SS!*a*T ,VZ vv '> U '"* ,ll, %  l ,h,nk "•' %  nnssion. Mr Bonner's ttrfMTUUa other Colony. I ubmlt. Sir, U , .. v i lng the majority of the |„ j,,,,.,,,, will bo met by the not a question of whether we can thinking public and 1 think it is Lougliborough college and the afford to pay these salaries but wha t l may call the policy or Lick Jamaica Co-operative U nlon, whether we can offord not to p ()f „ lll; ,. v IU Ul) 1I1(I ( r ( ; ovrrn „., ul ,. lh( Brilah Council is paying i.'.em 11 has been said that as Im m |n ialaetlni ortlcers for carhis ieturn fare. He i> due lo far as possible a Barbadian should t ...n post arrive bin k 111 Ixndon on August €M T u py be appointed to fill posts ... the The,. KM many examples 24 ^ "" l -' Barbados Clyll Service ] don't uheie | mm h ul bPtH sent to think anybody wlU dlaagraa with England on a scholarship and .. — __. that provided thai Qn dl m can tralnad in %  speclallal department J fU (fO\l. I laiiS Kill be found to fill these postWHO He had ben brought buck and ore as qualified by training and bad remainej in thin departmc %  as others who may nol Only :i tew weeka and then j 11 have been born ir Barbados. As ferred to another, the working of 'VV„*i" time goes on morj and more Barwhich he had no knowledge m< MNGSluls. J ca. June 2'J saio. Am bndims will no doubt be found in „. , %  ,obl1 -^'*Mr A lta *ding H.l wld Boh the rglaann and In the mean time There were aevei %  ipu Ii I of ment, refiigoratori and other thai hi lovetl (be pe..ple. he l.vc.l I'h. lhat undone thai cairnUi hi* iniiiii material for u two-year oampalgD the smell of the manure. nri he The Bill, as passed by the was m the case of Mr. G. 8. Nllea attii, B t tuberculosis planned !>> %  aW lOVVd UM DOOpM that Idled House, gave the Govcrnor-inwho had now retired from the Serthe Government have arrived in the soil. Executive Committee Ihe perogand was a Barrister Mr. Miles Jamaica and this week the Medical Tr,p manure spreader was alive to increase the allowance Departmcr*. will nek premises to necessaiy to any daily industry for the Barbados Scholarships %  t up UM laboratary which will which also had land under cultifrom (240 to $57 as from Sep Mi t-'l. i ion mi Over For MniliK Harm A Jury at the Couit Cd QncH aaaato ni ya a uinlay found Clot• lie Miller KUIIM of infllrtln, grlOVOUfi bodily harm || I'.iyne on November 7 His tfon our the Chief ItltUCC Si, Ul.r > order. aie thei one moi tl rmolumentsof the various deiiart'V " Colonial s-cu^ manta S4.WW.01HI are •Bending ''about H *' vvus *" UiM """'' """ unlv .If Honourable W* '" ^ Customs Department plannad lo laal avary person in l. immunising UMfM who ttfC free ol the disease ,nig the cases discovered. toms dutlei i takei of the list of offices nd salaries which I have fiivrn ,h,.,„. ,hoy " ' ,',"'?, '"„ C S.'J.T"' I> i IIKilll Bigger Profita i,, %  DOl asking for anything extraordinary We are asking the BltuSorillaa to give us (tap lo Organize Pilot Service • rm.fi Our 0n CorTMpOl i. KINQSTON, June 29 Eatabl ihinant oi Authority h;ts bean year. If this sum is taken from the S4.000.000, which the personal Hon'l I.Mi. ..lassiah said that emoluments of all servants of the there was also Ihe case of Mr. public amount to in round figure-*. V. %  I in. H WH Mtni the personal emoluments paid lo to Toronto and trained as 11 Lithe holders of all posts other than brartan. H. got all UH qu Ul 1' P4l aw those on the liit 1 l;jve given lionlloni and came bock and did %  %  1 of proflti ournble Members come to more iragmilcetit work in Ihe Library. Cn*OTr commodltlea. than 3| million dollar-* a year. If but he had U-en moved and taken n ni p n aming the nacaaattj Honourable Members will refer to to another office altogether. changes in the mark-ups, Mr. column 1 of Uu Usl which 1 have Win spend motiey on people to Ain.. ndon, uiessman given them, they Will see thnt m do IptCial work and then take sard Wo want U go fo.wai-l alt the more important offices menUiem away and put them in places %  '•l> "V step m .1 le-poiisible tione.1. Barhado In order to meet for which t*hny have had no manner, so that when we put Trinidad would have to pav special training and possibly no f0*r*a """ • %  '' lo the about $1(1.000 a vear more in talent' Ooveinment .eking for what we salaries That i* a larKe sum "I believe that statisticians gay want, UMrra will be no retreat, but I do not think Honourthat if a thing happens two '" able Members will consider lhat three tunes il nmv be %  coinciit is too much to pay annually danca. but when H happt in order to set an example of oral times. || must be due to some efficiency to civil servant', drawing obey or lack ol policy about 3f million dollars %  1 ention now and to ic much pood I ,waning In thaae of thini as piJsibie i 1 mil CM nevti !• Mi PUi i-i.-iied to ual''"' "Wei being trained for isfactory slate of am... %  h.li 1 il v> hi b. %  %  •theDepar-me,,f 8ei. 1 • -1..1 o, si„.i,tu .' %  • %  %  • '> # ' ^ .'"."' ,. K „,. and Agriculture through the -bmOW I do ^W\Uv %  • committee AgriCUlUire p-ho a-han M waa "It is impossible f... inyop. n, m.ke .e,on:n,e,„ ( ..t.on.s for the here was doing good work In IngJva wholehcnrie.l fTaVVteP la a functioning of such a body. structing peoa-UTt holders. to.veinnieiit when thai sort of Conditions under which pilots He crTtlClsed the use of the soils thing goes on." operate In UM Port of Kingston -xpert Mr Robinson as GovernHe said that it would be very have del. 1.. -ably and ment Analvst and also drew attenmuch better 111 the ease of Mr. the Oovarnmanl hfU decided that tion to the jmrnment departure of Wiles and others to Increase their It is desirable that the pilotage Mr. Knowles for T more lucrative salaries and keep them on Jobs service should be orderly organpost, they were doing. "The library b | Recent appointments in the one of the most important riepartService win to emphasise the ments In this country. II Mire.it to the good government of Hie whole community and we Barbados which lies in that situashould have tn axpartanca IWD, I .ele: to the ippointhMntl trained man th> TtT. ,7c !" ,f t ihe posts of F.n-m-.al See..-.,, IrVl '-'V %  ' ' %  and Auddo, General I < "rvlce m the Lib) state clearly v. • %  jtragedy aiui want ol gthktol I personal In what I am about to foresight lhat such things sbou.i mlloPw say and no one will be better l"-' allowed to happen coniinuA. C pleased than 1 if the Honourable n "^J>' .. the Colonial Secretary is ab!e to show that these appointments have real merit. Taking first the nppoinimcn head-, one. Icmbci 2H. l3ll. n the island; to his knowThe A.nenom ut suggested hv id there wa,,M Othai PlaCO MUtpM to give tO b%> Kxecutive ComTo suggest that planUtlOfU mlttaa UM power to interact the wait and watch whal 1hasten. ll11 ''"" September 1 and added l) the Central Uv-ttOCH '"* %  xcifding' ga7. Station U-fore Ihey adopt nielli,-i. , lrae ndnMnl uTOn the iMIie which HiLiaasa product la ,.,,„ wni e companlo tenla IpOIMd -entem %  011 \lei v n Lfaahatj w*ho vnu found cuilty o %  Mini and aUtliiiK Wiuifie. Bryan In throwing eoCTOstrf fluli %  %  Tl St I The olleo. I RFtal ( ,. 11 nulled oi March :>. IB:I COUIIM-I |,., l_i lit. -. was Mi .1 S ll li. ,, ,III< Mr. w. w. it.e.e proaacutad tn %  1 .own. Ths kaapai ot UM ciimlnsl n cords lohi td. C 1 lhal i uhlaj was convict.-.1 m IP46 for ai M..oh'. \ ivhat the Hoi C. Gale %  :• %  Mi worthwhilo ment. Of th.' Other Place's amendment finally asked to withdraw his motion for the time being. // AT ARRIVED I %  •! III.VA I UM K I STARTEXA A *.ltn\\ 1 \ \ Obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co., Ltd 1 j Eipeciolly if me cup holds Chow Sonborn. For here's coffee ot CoA' vhovld be —rich, hearty ond satisfying. Just sniff that inviting oromaT . then tip mat heavenly coffee flavor. Then 1 MO rf you don't agree Chose & Sonborn gives you oN the flavor your cup can hold. So don't jmt ask for "coffee,' osfc for Chose & Sonborn. Frosh (Umwlian liar CHOCOLATE M II IONH— Nut PollKue Buds I'epperinliit Cherry Vtr •>ii It. 1 M Mil Liuuld tour Jerwy Milk Jrrse> Nut r.n>e MIU Iturnl Almn.uK Mailed Mtlk I.IK Chrrrt l.is • M 1 I I.. *Gi iKhii <;< -d." pm< f: : n enm IA0B HIM i: wfAiiiiminii IIMIIIII 10it ism 111 si i.x MATCHES ISA HHt THREE PLUME MATCHES AAV SAMJS i 111 in tt 111 in y, ,M ,-\v n r v 1 r Al ; -; N Ll'XOB CLEAB GLOSS VAIIMSII HI IN QUALITY ANI) FINISH — Also — OAI.V OH. CANS — 1. I A I Qh| Sires KtUblUhcd Igtio I. UFKBEKT Lift. !" ia ,i 1' 1:01111 1 K sun i:r RIDE A "HOPPERS BICYCLE law i Hii.iitas HHX1111Y 1.1.1. Whili' Turk Ko.il. .-.•.-.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.v. RUB AWAY THAT COLD mm 'CANDA' VAPOUR RUB The Hem AniiM'jiiN Vnpouiaslai OtatnMnJ 1 %  ir 1.1 1 -1] I %  ... • '. tion and inflan hvpd and cheat coli 11 threat %  nt tn \ %  ,1 1 '.ii.Hrh. \ l / I'm l..r :ii Canli l KMt.lll S HUM. VIOIUS ,:•,;'.:',•,;:•.;•,'.*,;'.•.•*• -,','-'.--',',*.*,-,',*-'-•.-.'-',', il's I. IV I//7 >/ A SII I It I VAN HRUgEN WHITE SHIBTg Colin ittachwl Blxi i M lo It B.v.i>. WHITE SHIRTS Coltar SUa 14' lo 11 in 1 HM Eieta SKA ISLAM) COTTON ( I I.I.I 1.Ml ATHLETIC VI:STS, ,., ,\ i i.xsT.r W VIST TKI'NK PANTS S:/.. for Panu ;i i %  Si/.-. I .1 W.N :n; %  ; 1 11 MNTZEN AM. lvniii. MATH SUITS Shadi '• d Royal Sites 38 11 111 11 %  1 Sull IANTZEM Ml WOOL BATH TRUNKS MM CoHon and Rayon, and Laali \ S1/1 :io 11 to 44 Ii I'tii.il Cram S.V33 lo *7.r.ll LEATHER GLOVES f..r Tr.,.,ll,„: : Wool Lined -; 11 M im CAVE SHEPHERD £ (0.. LID. 10. II, I!. A ll 11KH U) >IKI II



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\WI.\l-li\Y JII.V 11. 1*51 B Mil. MM.-. \|i\l>( \ II r u.i niKi r. PLAYING FIELD ENQUIRY ENDED ADDR1 %  i Ad Attorney General Hon. I I Field, Mi E K Walcotl and Mr. E. "D. Mottley coniludeU the Princess Alice Playing Field Inquiry at the Council Clumber on Monday evening. Sir Clement Malone was the sole Commissioner. ly pressing one. It wu to be imitf-^ci I November. Rainfall The Attorney General said that when things of that done, they arouse suspicion and the public began to smk i Prom ..tti'n ha n he tiad at lus disposal, there was no suggestion of fraud on Mr. Tudof*s paii Other Churchwardens had told him that they would have •icted in a different Bra* if Miov had thr 'r..iltrr 10 "<'.'l with. %  As in Itaa Qu es tion een the proper per.iif. ceitain vouchers %  M UM.I in hta capacity as Building Supervib-ii %  Having fallad to utilise the service 1 <>f thaga od being Chut nnd Chnirman of the Playing Fields i:ommmee at the same lime, there was no one to pro%  roXV the vouchers. "As to tne Question Of hnts." he said, "you have heard how th-' tenders were nskrri for." The question was, he said, that having received three and opened them, n fourth was reeelve.1 whlota happened i>y man co-ln(idence to be the least. It served %  useful purpose since i: was cheaper. No matter what method Vfai ad opt iv, n wa> cheaper, 'Plus tender was awardFrancis through her rally* to remove than huts Si %  well Th.Imt wrre ramovad to tha Roof under bit bj i-H ( % % %  iidilions and (hen it was d by Mr. Worrell the contractor that part of the hut %  .. .ma*. "I am not goinn to comment on the various allegations which have been made on this hut and the jieople that removed it." he .said I myself feel that they %  hOUld have mow : %  %  1 (!i> not know Of anv evidence which eonnaetf Mr. Cox to the unlawful disappearance of this hut" It had undoubtedly been stolen. Politics The Commissioner, he said, wi uld appreciate the fact i*iat although i"' V*e %  %  poUUeal body, matters of u poliIM i RavOOT were discussed there and it could well be real ;. lot of eao allegations leamed to people poMUealb %  It |i no concern of said, "and that is why I do nut think it is necessary for me to rimment on the varii Two experts hurl been called WOO had given estimates of the %  lie.imp at present, %  liuiliiing of a similar design and Bhte. The mest .striking thing about then* evidence If the difunounte allocated to labour. Mr Coppin DDt it nt a minimum of Go per cent of the labour to %  %  < %  value off the material Mr Franklin did not agree with that figure. Tiny had heard running through the enquiry how such a Luxe amount of money wag used. Mr. Coppin eould not have been more generous In ins number of workers than putting It to tB If they read the documents they would soc that 51) peopla ware employed in bulldinc the 50 by 40 building. Mr. Tudor had said that he got ri .... %  at iaaat IS were employed to see the others work "Jfcatement'. have been msde about the rainy weather." he said, "but I soe from the rain figures at Central Station that far from have been a drought. "I .till say that he should have taken nil committee In his confidence and not go purely on his own.'" The fund.*; were COM rnmeni fund*, not i ..he said. Mai that the $5,000 would tie marie available to Mr Tudor when he submitted the %  %  : DC WOtfid let hun have leader. That should not he taken literally as funds .rre still passing through the handr of %  Acer. "Whatever good o. „vtl may come out of it," the Acting Attorney General said, I niW hope It will have served ., useful purpose n* there arc still a lot of playing ... be built." No Fraud Mi F K Wnlrott nddressing th* Commission said "Naturally it is a pleasure to hear the Alloir\(\ General say that so far is Mr Tudor is concerned, there question of fraud." If an inquiry, only half ai thin ough as what had been o.nr Ihere." he said, "had been done ni II ihej had )iad I %  er to help them out. Ihere would never have been need for the inquiry then. Not that It had not done good for whether a man acted rightly or wrongly no harm was done bv having an investigation. "M\ wftrntgaioo is," . But Mr. Tudor was able to live them the pavilion within live months "His evidence, at no time, was BUCh .itO suggest that fW WI ti %  ing to shelter behind anybody. I answer to Mr. Mottley. lie candidly said he took the blSBM foi everything. The Acting Governor wanted it done at once and in a hurry Th* Funds came from the. Governor-in-Kxerutive C" i and he regarded the G* Ihe proper person to be pleased. As Mr. Tudor said, he visited regularly and acted sometime* under his directions and certainly with his consultation. It was to lie gol ready, was said, for the arrival of Lord lastowel." There were two ibsent rrom the Inquiry, both off whom would have IMMMI serving the client and the commission. Mr Perowne was somewhere In Persia. They had not had tin advantage) of seeing him. They had, due to the scrupulous Ogra off the Attorney General, Iwen allovnd to sec certain minutes of Miss Betty A. M sinhad noted th %  been in active touch with the St Michael Vestry v/alea was going ahead with speed in the preparations of the Beef Ground The i re taught Since JuiH and were not brought down until uuend of September. The matter came to the Wetrv SI an extremeAlthough the maximum rainfall week, it v.as on many days, aum: revent work. I '>of,'" he said, "that what Mr. Tudor and M mart said was tiue. that for five weeks it was prssaieafl) %  to do much work One found oneself in a position of having to work shorter hours a day and that increased labour cast Whether Mr. Franklin like.* ll or not. we are dealing with highh %  'igitiiMNi Trade Unions Von will expect that labour, us distinct from material, would go up It was to be noted, he said, that wherever there eeei •Id cut their material coet down, but the labour would go up. The Attorney General had sugge*ed That there had been no iraud and he took it to mean there wai ao question of any money eing bexn carried awav and merely a question of it heine improperly si>eiit. Improperly Spent "As tO Ihe Question of it Ix-ing improperly •pent," he said." thai is aherc Miss Betty A me will help Ui Tneri Wai no question off the Governor not pressing Mr Tudor to get it done It all hail to tail down to the qne'Iion of whether the Goven ::e<| as to how the none) wai ucnt There was B0 reason to ball* than that if Mr. l'ero*ne was present," he would have been able to prevent a waste off time It uas tirserstood all along ti funds would be required and Ihe Churchwarden draw th. I or's attention to that. Thai would note further from the minutes-—" for providing an eight atfej held witn H timber built bouse, ipaeialb adapted. It will cost Jlfi.son This does not compare unfavourably with other schemes of th*' Voatn end i have ti PWasu ra In supporting UM nsInst'was Miss Betty Arne'i note If anything is to be thown it Mr. Tudoi." he asked, 'what is u> be thrown at Miss Arne who hnd lo be there to watch this money ? whose job it wan." Miss Arne further stated that expenditure on that scale could not be envisaged In the other schemes. The question then pros, who bad suffered, the public oi ernment. They weir not ktoMng as some seemed to think to.a bcspe goat. Th inquiring into the matter. The mult that eould be done to him — and that was a question od stl —was allow him lo say like what Napoleon himself might have sam when he WSJ -l RUM n "If J had known." Tlie Attorney General had mentioned that the Clerk el the Cominittee should have twen used. Tlie clerk hud every right to refuse. Mr. Weatherhead said h > would have fired him. That was stupidity. "At oil" Ve.-ll> II etillg Ml TVcntherln-ad %  UggeStOd*' said Mr. Walcott, -that the clerk of B Vestry is the Head of the Dapasl ment. Tii.it „.,nonsonsa.* 1 Again, should a man deal with a nrin who kivpi i n.'.' %  I against him*' And although ha asked Mr. Ramaaj for plans and Kpccihcatitins, he made no attempt to follow up the matter. A Car/tenter "The only person who could have told that some B| th* ) i lepreeer I it waa true to > %  % that .is an increase off IU4SJlf as compared with the corraapondtng quarter of iso. Kxpnru of domestic pr*duce during the quarter were va'ucd at s4.0S0.521 an increase off $2,048,881 i ver the correspond in c quarter ol IffeM, Ma)or i %  si.MSaWi. with the United l.dirdom second ,Sl.;2.41ti*. froni bldH i were valued t Sasg.nss from Trinidad MOaJtt; hrom Itritish Guiana sS8tf,484. fiom the Unite.1 Slates . America P4T.TM; from Argen11 ii i Highest value of import* was irtaehlnary ($52J.2fttii %  NOBSJ IghSM value was flour and -. rnnteal ($MMBI8I. Hnchest valaea off exports ware ugai 48V34 a* comKh the .orres|>ondin i 195(1 anil BBASBBWb I V 30.10% ol the estimate tf ij.aeo.oorj. w Xour Vox DISCHARGED i | inHO el Juatlei Sir Alia'. t the COUIL Mondaj wheii Mr w w 1 I foi tin Ctowa, eniinlle proseaui in the an %  n irglnj nun with manaliughtei. I Ihe O in' thai %  %  ihere was furthei invi the cose %  undei ihe Road sod Tvaflb A* I v the Police. behalf "1 HoWi RED FISH COME \ largo i etch i f ri--r: was landeado>. HARBOUR LOG In Carliile Buy 50013 Allt* I KAMBUKS IT0, iOrNOON H A C T [ j| C C rkkll VINEGAR Iti Pun %  Its Brewtd from MaHtd Barley SEE THtl T0U GET — ROSSE & LACKWELL GENUINE Hall VINEGAR Lecti/Afenu • T Geddei Grant Ltd B-idftio*" >Wt .1 COAL RUSH CONTINUES The rush lor chut coal on the WSSSVffrOnt i %  uln %  • 'in ..! %  %  %  ..linen. M.'iala. with I suiijiU CharOOal from Hritish OUBBBg, Out Ji Jeiarrive*! during the morning wilh a Ion ot lighl rsssreoel Irean Si Lucia Tha Id) Jtj Towd to the %  % %  inii 1'eoffle dirt not (lock to Meaira. Mannings Co.,coaJ eard for vhai• i • %  : %  %  ... i wen..in HI that i...ii yard or afoaoay Testeraay the yard w emptj > 1. M V %  • Fv*c**or s. % %  ii \l \ l.tOv Ii Vh |l ; k X %  i Bj % %  I. 1... at nuns n l*o .1 i. i ii..,a—i. %  i %  ,i B. Cro AIIRIVAU* iir\ ceal %  inMng iMi.k. tWM-%  ti N J it uaa BBS. 1, : IKi %  r. HVfirvti i u lean RM %  s i Li g v Prat %  %  .., Baal Htuh Kates of Exchange inTH Jl'l V iMl WAIIA iliHllMlPS Nr( u .itl %  I (ii 1-liMl.ir. on Baodvi 1. KLIM: .Mfcall 2. KLIM h.vp. wiiimi ..(..,...n. 3. KLIM quality It %  Iwiyi walUrai 4. KLIM It .ILIM I.. ft.U .lHr. 5. KLIM tilt mrMMl H •••>•* •" % %  •< KLIM is recommended (or infant feeding i.hini MRi lo %  II ih.. %  I.I.I.. hi IM *.. MAIL NOTICE v IS im i u.i. n AagSH -u.i Mi., HI KIIW le I i wlM. .ill I. rlHM M IM •;< )•• %  . isat M.il. (..I Ttinidud i. le* tel I t> .ai tsi mn .i hnsee! ttmcr -. I'ni-ol Mall -nil Mrfliliml M< UrdlMry M-ll ..I I >. i II| I ill "PEEK FREAN Him rii vs BBgfK IIISI i UM OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STORES TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS CHEESELETS MARTINI CRACKERS PLAY BOX TWIGLETS Etc. Etc. DELICIOUS & APPETISING 99 BROADWAY DRESS SHOP A SMALL SHIPMENT OF AMERICAN DRESSES BROAD STREET — TEL. 38t5 I.I IM ...ilk .M* \Ys r ,rc. lulli nourish digrti. Thi i h II '•• '/. KLIM ll ml. la tha .preiall, po(Wd tin t, KLIM it praincvd BJBBV iMBSBsJ caetrel KLIM SB MILK rilST IH BIIMRINCI THI WOULD OVIR cer i" B#u>*" r uwsiim St"" Do You Suffer Distress From fmooic fffMtfm which nukes you SO nervous several days before? io fttmirr f UHI>II unniini ill* ( %  ruakr |)> l*Ut fc*/Of iu\tr piii J I INi >t>r< Uklti l.ill i. I'l ham's VMPtaitir r,.mp.iunfl lo in"p nali .,ii.i." in. Nu oi n.Hdteiit* of Hi" Hi* fiw "• iiu • urn a Ions Ti-flra of BUMHU I'IN.II.N i onayui I < % %  l^llr. HiM asOMBSl 1-IT, blllalMI L i|.-l mi'-'.' anas u-n^ 1 it* Tiii| I'I# ironian • t'" %  lha im to carry on your srork chaerfutty and *fficleml*. O 'Ovaltinr' ptoviilca alcotraia. IncluJ' las vitamin*, of ih highcar BBBBSSfre value darived from Naiura'a 6B,, i feoda. 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statement at to-day’s Kaesong meeting by
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy, Chief U.N. delegate:
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ernment at yesterday’s meeting of the Legisia-
tive Council chiefly by Hon'ble G. D. L. Pile whe
deplored the difficulty in the recruitment of eeu
to fill senior administrative and technical pc 1
the Government Service

Hon'ble Dr. H. G. Massiah also pointed out
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oe and speaks for the Commander-in-Chief| WEST CENTPAL FRONT 0] officers specially trained in particular department
ui ers speci a particular aepa f
of the U.N. Command. It does so fully and solemnly Chinese troops fined on Uni-| and then transferring them to completely differer
conscious of th . ae en i a ansfe g completely differ
of the great importance to th i . - : :
Pp nce to the peoples of | ted Nations patrols in five loca departments than those in which they hac receive
the entire world, “ot the discussions b h t tions in the Chorwon- Kumswa- p , nts the 105 tNSy au @1V
d egun here to-!pyonggang triangle on Tuesday | special training.
ay and air observers reported Said the Hon'ble D Massiah: think all Hone
It is understood, of course, that | “many small groups of Com- The statistietan: e told u agree, &
hostilities will continue in all ‘ nn nunists’ are infiltrating into aM oe lappens tw ne. This list does fh
areas except in those neutral zones | B dos I rade the area. wee times it is a coincidence# ith other lists anc
agreed upon. Until such time as| Small arms and automatic . iore than feurable Membe
there is an agreement on terms| Of a total value of veapons’ fire was directed at fous ce t then ft the resul at offices have been inet
governing the Armistice, and|| $4,028,997, Barbados export- Jnited Nations patrols in the icv or lack of policy. | hich should have been. « t
until such time as an approved! ed $2,460,373 to Canada in aorth central sector Artillery i D. L. Pile initiated the ind vice I have
Armistice ‘Commission is prepared | May 1951. “hy mortar. shells, fet) Upon. | we \ estior if which veral copies of this lst to +4
to function, the U.N. Command| Exports to the United Se. DARL | BEEwAY | -HerMeeY tea ae” previous rable Members in 61 :
Delegation is prepare - . Kumswa and Pyonggang { ’ 1 previous ev may follow on iia
elegation is prepared to do its Kingdom for the same Intelligence Rama we Pre f &. Coundtil: the amen “
part in trying to work out an month w $1.251.3 __ Intelligence officers said the s eater ease. but | re I q
, } were $1,251,388, Chinese ws A . tales \ hich the Hon. Colonial oan, a ‘
A ae i ; os Ps nese want control of this area: iv figures from it 1
Armistice agreement with repre- During M. Barbados 1 t os
sentatives of the Communist! eee see im- they are probably sending dow: , we \ ne to refer to the answer \
i Fake ean ee ported $682,831 of goods enough men to ambush any of Mr. J ked Colonial Secretary has given
forces in Korea, for the cessation from Canada and $2,119,566 our patrols.” Tuesday firefight | Is the Government experi In the last h of t
stilities i ler s "2 oa - : =" . at) ) Y ace 1 © » 0 » vw. ons al se 0 o.¥ mee =e ‘ % nthe last paragraph of hi O-
Se na = y Under con from the United Kingdom. were the first widespread enemy PRINCESS ELIZABETH accepts a bonqnet of ily f tine | i ion aul xe from three-year H ‘ fficulty in the ply he reminds the Legislatis
: pane Wiion, Wilt secure against) From Australia $378,841 reaction in five days to allied old Janet Guthrie—while Mrs, Guthrie gives a hand. The Princess, who was visiting an exhibition ruitment of officer to }Council that recommendatio
their resumption, of goods were imported and troops patrolling extensively in of humorous art in Buckingham Palace road, wears her Ascot hat traw bonnet brim underlined to ! ) idministrative tated to the conditions of service
This delegation is here for that from the United States of the lower reaches of the forme match her coat and curled tp at the sides in little flat horns, It is trimmed with velvet forget-me-nots. cal px the | generally and to leave pa ‘
sole purpose. It will discuss} America $335,335. iron triangle. Y ‘ LES. | Gover Servic { in | particular are contained in the R
military matters in Korea relating —UP. he retention of their ser-]port ef the Commission on
to that subject. . ices after recruitment Unification of the Publie Se
This delegation will not discus | Tr ton S > ° e | ~ ~ ing to the inadequacy o regarding which the views of thé
4 ruman’s Prestige ae \; Legislative Council we
political or economic matters of ¢ eles e 1 ers Bi laries paid in Barbados t sogislative ouneil were sou
ony kind. This delegation will re ° hol of these post nd {in His Excellenes messé
not discuss military matters un- Will Rise If * . tu e the unfavourable conditions |48/1950 of the 26th of April 195t
related to Korea. The success o1 K W E d or Euro e ver Wires of service (such the pa condition -" the ane tion ¢ the
failure of the negotiations begun Ge /, . kL nent’of leave paskages) m oO wrvices anc
here today depends directly upon orean ar £nas a J D Cea comps with othe: , Pas is rekerred to tn the
. “tai 4 raliea Wena NEW JERSEY, July 10. BADAN., J . o tport anc I have already noted tt
the good faith of the delegations (By A. J. OLSEN : ‘ \BADAN, July 10 of the Colonia
at Pa ‘ : y A. J. =N) It was learned on Tuesday that Iran seized control saciny | fact however, the Honourabl
here present, With good faith on WASHINGTON, July 10 | the first shipment of jet fighter Can Bendealicae Gikdaaeten: | Ce, SC em She Meme th coljmal Secretary is eritici
both sides there can be created Thiman* 1i hts , ; a" : i all British-owned communica } wvepared take cary fj ,

‘ ‘ ruman’s political stock, which | planes to leave the United States J I tions. Unking the as”) teenie eC pret the Legislative Council for nat
an atmosphere of mutual confi-!has bobbed up and down spec-| under the mutual defence as- z2e ] u ee Walcott | i gunna, tea | oe ane as teps to remove these anom= |having a replied to the Ge
dence. In such an a tacularly in the last six years.|sistance pact are now en route ed uns tae a Hes with A view ‘to ensut> ternons*-Meskage the. .oxit
there is every reason to hope for|js que for a powerful new up-|to E ee ve ‘ 7 " . sty ee ee See e oe ooe n hat the ‘ ms ta me rather unfair in tl
suceess. Such an atmosphere can swing if the e aaeetatee a ak the Sek Pr er MR. W. A. CRAW FORD in the House of Asst mbl VeSs¢ ci etin Manager trex il date ! ectured (pres ent connection If the Legi

c $ z ch ison orderec iritish off o i |
exist where truth prevails. As} successful ceasefire in Korea, ac-| cleared Newark harbour on July yesterday, requested that the Official Reporter be aske 5 ai . " ; % ; ae re 1 2 = fe posts and { i ative Council are to blame for not
st nior U.N c Command delegate} cording to the predictions of an|9, to read back a statement he had made comparing Barbadia: ratchet a te ld rele blunt OPeRNes . |! wing replied ret ; ’
a be ae ee independent political source The exact number of planes) workers’ wages with wages of other West Indian worker | thhir private lephane lin pointed 14 ve been on general gro
U nN" Command, I rv i vi vate | the consensus of informed!being shipped and their exact} This was after Mr. F. L. Walcott had said that Mr. Craw-] from Basra—traq wou be cut, jachey Gotoh 1 BO% Tit, enn cael tigre ct
“ ‘ ak cauenmeehaas le i} opinion is that the “vindication’ destination was a military secret 4 7 5 oe . an vak th The line went out on Tuesday | epited re a ee ie ee
with the utmost earnestness anc °F Coe eee oe neee whacn | Brigadier General Will Nicholson ford and Mr. Allder found it very difficult to speak the | ''™ nihe leaving the Grit mie: | aeoted?. Deke Be stevice which We are now
emphasis, and in language so clear\ i Pees CN | commanding the Air Forces re-{ truth. Mr. Crawford wanted Mr. Walcott to withdraw his} i. ae ne en the question my ic vo [ing :
it cannot be misunderstood ex- is how his supporters would in- cently reactivated 2847th trans 5 wake pletely dependent on the shaky | p.c. publ ' ty SR The Honourable the Colonial
cept by those who deliberately|terpret a permanent ceasefire— y senctiveted S0erth ane-| remarks, Iranian circuit for outside com-|)CVCUS eee alten’ Sceretary ha, said that a P
oe ‘A Semen cami th .t the|might set off the President’s ft control Mes here, said | His Honour the Speaker finally | | municatior r wich is. of ? great it ant of: toee: Deaeel Orde
a eco eer eer s aici. lb - cer “| the shipment was the first drop’ decided that nothin vould. -t : : wh med riance ood government 4, ime
L .N Command delegation wil)| popularity that would carry him in what plained to be a steady ee me - ee A. v ou S vee) a - | Traniay openly acknowledge] ef Barba BE in oe Rar. 1950 to give effect to a recom:
act in good faith. We must be as-|to another four year term in the | stream of latest fighter craft being| ee ey je Are cy — $300m for Ot | that the purpose of the control is|padians, and T want t lerlun ,@ation ef the Committee appointe
sured that the representatives of] White House. sent to Atlantic pact members. sod read back what Mr. Crawford somber” ‘dade cen j to inform them elves on British ne word “AL to examine the establishm
the Communist forces in Korea,}| Equally cogent arguments have] Ogfcials said several shipments had said : ph perg! Ste 4 a ure policy and also to find out} idministrative, professional
here present, will do likewise.”|been advanced in the last few | of Sohinee. aH ain i cae: vf Mr. Allder objected to his being |’ The Chancellor of the Ex- | hen the British are puting out,| “That matter the inadea technical offices in relation bot
: days that the end of the fighti ak et ae ack thie | Called a liar, While Mr. Walcott. Chequer said. to~day, Ee. 8 m Wednesday Gacksaran oilfield | of the salaries and conditi to their reeruitment and t
General H.Q. issued the follow-|in Korea, providing it latls f t | depot cinta the Oa shipment, \the Chairman and Mr. Allder were bed vicar reny te Peete. {yswsen ABNOR) Latahan will be \ f service of Civil Servants © |yetention,;, and to make recom-
ing communique on ceasefire/at least a year, will afford the} | ciscussirg’ the objection, Mi ery ™ ns over to the Tranians=-the }{he higher grade ervings 4) Dmendations “for the remova
sean a ; / All planes are being shipped from initial dollar cost of main- ; ' 1 . ,
negotiations at 9.15 a.m. er the opportunity to retire the depot after being flown here Mottley moved that progress be taining Britain’ ait teen i st eld to change hands com- ar ! i not toda feal fany eauses which threaten
fr ; y ice grace rf > “te the 250, for 7 ‘ o . oh y nee og ing vit tl OM andes oO be . Boh +H ¥ neni
Hbieely vittuallyy, expressionless ana? sul office gracefully and from plants throughout the Unite- 1] seas - ane Bede g pe a without supplies from Iran | I etel i 1 crisis began oy [ a is w + oe oe ; pce oy alle ct the Public Service gen
‘ 7 Hh . oe Oper: States. —U.P. | . ee Lae would be somewhere be- | UPL, rae a ‘4 7 ally’ was sent down to the othe:
men returned to the advance peace consideration, This was agreed to ys . we expressing no opinion of th ticks As dt a rae
camp in Korea at 6.55 p.m. today Truman has resolutely refused mien) j Rea re eee et acquacy. OF ae of salé | ind he tt Re hu bag rp
; : ct ; c 5 ' ‘ 7 as ask - ar sf e! 000,000 U.P. | r : ; ; rT as as , and that the Resolution lap
after concluding | the first day’s}to say whether he will be a can- Oatis Is Innocent Four ete poy oom of * } ’ ries paid any o ill of then [with the prorogation of th
cease fire talks with Chinese Com-|didate again for the Presidency} . 5 money of this Resolution is for the Orman S today coneerned slely wi es astatiire in 1950: The G
munists at Kaesong. next year. purchase of land _ adjoining | ¢ | 4 e ¢ higher grade ecouse it it (eens he Tc taite hiaadd s
_{| Whatever his thoughts on this Says State Dept. Shrewsbury Boys’ School to be 'Govt. Orders Curfew n them that the good, indiffer-| ne emort to deal with tl
Vice Admiral C. Turner JOY,| subject were heretofore, it is gen- R used as a playing field for the “ Mr n0rlantl t or bad Government of Bar-() ing question of leave
chief of the five man U.N. Dele-|erally conceded that Truman will WASHINGTON, July 10. |School. The remainder is for F E ans Al i : Dae ie ae 1ges but they do not appé
gation to the Cease Fire Talks,‘ have to re-assess his position as a| The State Department said on|equipment at the Central Livestock | or ntire waaali , -yr + neve One INKGE- J to ave introduced le
stepped briskly from the first heli- | result of the events set off by the} Tuesday night that evidence pre-|Station, Pine Plantation | sale ad at Oo "7 ree or ad - , te Pay . with regard te 1 ( |
copter, and said, “no comment;Soviet diplomat, Jacob Malik’s|sented at the Prague trial of Wil- The Addendum to the Resolu- _ TEHERAN igher § ) i My te eniominte | tae Colontal: Becr
boys.” cease-fire proposal of June 24. liam N. Oafis proved the American] tion reads __ Brig. Gen. Azizallah Kartal, ‘th WASHINGTON. July 10 1 nae ‘ eyo See dee S ; @ On Page 5 :
—UP. —U.P. [correspondent is innocent of spy] (1) It is proposed to purchase | Tuewin, “aneee c nian mit ta ferman Minister of Beonomy | “ivil Servants in Trinidad, Brit
charges. A Communist court con-|yn grea of approximately } acré S ay cs rec a os nigt to > Perit ~ a : . nm S Cliteas aka maaecas rae s
M N d d T P vieted Qatis who reported for the] adjacent to the Shrewsbury Boy: | abnchn: oa ; “on so Pte st nt Tuesday fat an. exclusive Ur eve that these list how the Th ADVOCATE”
1 : : t the Associated Press and sentenced] School, St. Philip, for use as OGRM BPA, ENC Se © gian r : ihe : 1 ’ yp
§ é ae. s » ot. p, for use as ®) angio-Iranian Oil Compat Pre interview th We 1 saluric ow being paid in those e ~
‘ oney ee € oO romo € him to ten years’ imprisonment.) playground for the School. The} Aner . The b on goe ee on fe ct li Germany cannot play an impar olonic here are one two
‘ ; 49 Western authorities generally have} site is at present leased at the rate| 5) Wednesday, at . aera mnt role in the defense of th ses Where personal allowance pays for NEWS
Economic eve opment insisted the charges were trumped] of $16, per annum and is the only| 4. 41) shippiné.co the Shi OR: ova’ Juniia’-thier ccc te ive been paid but these office Dial 3113
F up and testimony at ee WaS}space available for playfield and} ayah River which flows ast aha t ul Nine Us raw materials on al ive not been included, If there 1a
forced. But even if avidence were | gard eS, The owner , ¢ . | wit NY J : 1ould be a fev innaceuracie ’
e . garden purpos ‘Sd can was ordered stopped. No ren- j pan basis with North Atlanuc Day or ight.
—Prof. Lewis Su orts A Plan taken accurately the State Depart-[ now willing to sell it’ and, if pur-féon was iven fc rr ower iesé will not affect the overall
. . é for ‘ : x the orders. | pow
PP ment said it yet iat convict "chased by the Government, it will f ; +f ird said he had repeatedt|y icture and that pict
Ty T Oatis in any court where true JUS-/pecome a valuable amenity of the The sudden moves ca emphasised this fact during th 2 i
BIG CAPITAL investment in under- dice i g| Ce Sell hata tes | School. | Iran had notified the U.N “thi it v one eries of conferences hert ;
r 4 inv nt in under-developed areas | °) The i nd was withdrawing her reco or iC 4s confident t
} (2) The increase in the cane; wa ithdrawing t gniti é confiden the itua
is the only way to improve the standard of living and pro- ‘ é lcrop cultivation over the past five} of the Worla Court at Hague. The tic n of Germany” was now fully
mote the economic development of these areas, according Bishop Appointed | ye ars and especially the record} ‘ mat last week racamaniy nded an n| under tood here
> > thich has recently beet 0 Shelve her nationahsation plan ci aid he had pounded] (?
to E rot, W f Arthur I ewe x ceeneeee of Political anny VATICAN CITY, July 10. Hea nedtataiind Pine Plantation has! for the British - owned company,| home | American officials hi
in the University of Manchester, who comes from Castries,| pope Pius XII today appointed) 1G. the urgent need for the| 2d join with Britain in nam or that the expansion of
St. Lucia. Father Pellegrino De La Fuente, | following items of additional | 2 board of five to superv the lth 1e Germs industry i vitally
But social capital is also de-,were available on very easy terms. presently Superior of the Cony rent! ens heed at thé Pitte Pl: antation | industry until the final settlement [im the security of ths
ficient, he says, because govern-{This is largely a deficiency of] of the Trinity in Rome, chief pre-) | and " ‘antes 7 Livestock Station in| %! the main issue is achieve j U.P.
ments do not have the money to| human resources. If an investment) jate of Batanes and Babuyan int der that the efficiency and the Meanwhile, the Prime Minister fil tae Ve ale
a as 1 ear 4 at . = ae eee oe rp ee pees the Philippines at the same time) revenue-earning capacity of the| Mohammed Mossadegh, today
vealth and on other public ser-| who can prepare the project com-|the Pope elevated Father De L@) , ative ick Sam vreaiia tals cume under fire in th Majlis ,
vices; and they cannot borrow) petently and people to run it.| Puente to be titular Bishop nearness n might be Increased (Parliament), for his ‘on atin’ of } B. G. W ill | rotest
money for these “unproductive”) Under-developed countries are] yijasa.—U.P. oe Wheel Type Tractor $5 400 ;the oi] dispute. Noisily shouting | | . : ee
sur ses * ac “ _ ‘ane arts 5 400 : : ‘ ‘
Sophis i a bottleneck,” says tae sinserctrrs siuktgie seen. or Porn yard manure loader and a rs eee ee | Seal ing Ot iB dian
Ms tg ’ Says; é | sts, schan- ‘ , nade 2 sliver > right to eonsider doc
Professor Lewis. ‘The only way|ics, artisans or what you will. NO CASUALTY arotcat lee mt pr merit pitied Back the ( pas a a | In s tl Af .
to break it is to make grants to Grants y ( Pipes and Fitting: 2499 J|offices here, and to decide on any | oul rick
poor countries to enable them to “Accordingly the Report : NEW YORK, July 10. | Vepeeene on ~6| further action tha Lidl ! a! a : i
expand their public services. “ : 7 United States said today tha rotal $17,000 iken CP) A ‘K OR GE row NJ 1¢
These grants are not a substitute recommends that grants should the free world’s economic devel- wer : ; | raed h Guiana Tt C a
for loans or private investment. be made to the under-devel- | Goment “cannot be made a c¢as-| pr, H. G. Cummins (L) moved —__—oooo | now ncaa tad tol fe sla
Oo he re 2y WwW : oped countries for certain al f the Defence Programme’ | the passing of tt Resolutior | ! ee Peek " on
n the contrary, they will prime sacifi h ri ualty of the } e passing 0 e Res er public demonstration in Au
the’ pump.” specific purposes, such asagri- =| 31.4 promised to keep up a his! s \ ray ‘ sainst the South Africar
: cultural extension, services, | 4. Of aid to needy areas. Of the half acre of land he sai¢) | rymanGetsA Roe k!, he aOR abt ; tga
Professor Lewis was one of the! research, public health, tech- UP that it had for some time been § a eae v6 on :
five leading economists of the| nical training and the improve- used as a playing field, and might! ; -

world who met in New York inj ment of rural public works.

February at the request of the; “It recommends that a spe-
United Nations to debate the} cial United Nations agency be
problem of under - developed created to make and supervise
areas. After ten weeks of dis- these grants and that it derive
cussions, the evonomists drafted its income from contributions

a report, which is reviewed by by the countries of Western



Professor Lewis ‘in an article in Europe, North America and
the London Observer. While he Australasia This income
makes no direct reference to the should rise over the years to
West Indies, much of what he! a level of three billion dollars

says is directly applicable to West a year.”






























be made use of by the children}

From Corregidor >"









| of the school as a play ground . dere be hel the
Turpin News’ | He said that it had been pointed es: WASHINGTON, July 10 , “y in ott | hf i
out by the Director of Agriculture | Two survivors of the Bataan \ a I (
< that it was difficult to get the Farm | Death March presented President on } rec
Wor ld Champ yard manure removed by hand Truman with a id
jabour, and it was therefore neé from Corregidor
LORE July 10 cessary to get other means. Dr,| 4 ymbo! of endur friend } bet m1 South Africans of Euro-
Randolph Turpin, 23 year Cummins then read a note from) between the Philippine nd|pean descent entering the British
old British negro to-day the Director on the matter of the; American peopl The presenta-| Caribbean territoric ma alles
stunned the boxing world ion in the oval White He upon all Caribbean Labour ar

when he claimed the World

Middleweight title by defeat- Pree

| week of cerebration here, n

Mr, F. L. Walcott (L) seconde | office of the ident climaxed a] Political Or iiions to take a

the motion irking | united nforee such a



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200-pound rock 44} the T.U.C.. embdds
| 0 Tue , | esol tics lo be passed that aay
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Indian problems Prof. Lewis points out that three
até ° 4 § ‘ ing the American negro title- = ‘ > ‘
‘ ted tee ~ ine ; r, O. T. er (L) drew at-|the ft iverse of the] bz ind © an « yargo on all
No Money billion dollars is not a large sum holder Sugar Ray Robinson i. ae aon Y 1 ate om } pa vies h Am es a! f the wy I \ mbarg @ ll
Some Governments, do not|in fhe circumstances. It is less at Earl’s Court to-night. n Sen ab pe pe! s rudder ’ oe er the Car } fe ; t me Ps
promot development because] than one per cent. of the incomes Turpin is the first British nid “eaid Ge did not , see the} Truman said he accepted that The Union alse r il d upon the
they are bad; others, because they| of the countries asked to subscri ibe | hoxer to gain the Middle-~ necessity for it. He did not know] ‘a @ token from the Phili pit ne} Trade Unio particularly sea
go not know what to do; but the | to it. For the United Kingdom it is weight title in 60 years, oe : = | people of our friendship | farir snd watec front worker
majority simply because the y| about £100,000,000 a year, les the @ On Page 5 nd in peace.”—U.P. forganisations to co-operate
have not the money,” he writes. | contri butions already made to —— + jo ordinate their efforts for the
Money is not the only ing| colonial development. I‘ nforcement of such a bar
required—most_ of the \
deals with other matters—but/ One reason for making such a evan 41a res 1G or ower
* : ‘ oo ‘ ‘ nt the i” ;
money is the sine qua non. | grant, ays, is that the world: | ’ k Ti ’ i
We ca to the conclusion that! population is growing at the rate| | Seek oO Guare
if the peo; 2se poor con-| Of one and a quarter per cent. per LONDON, July 0 programme at the Labot Pa rh UD
tinent to increase| num less world productio Former Health Minister Aneurin ty’s annua -onference in Octo the 1 i 4/ S. > of .
tinen ner um. Un Alom Secrets
ving by two} grows even faster, there w 1|Bevan and left wing ee ber reme weste ,
(which is; progressively greater ho of| launched a bid for the Their iy hinge on the pre- settlement with Ru LONDO!
Europe | foodstuffs and raw |Labour Party on “ aj}mise that Brita dhe allie two eat be a oa
would 1 This need not be.” he continues.| Manifesto urging a in the | should itch much of theif lab-! 1953. it a be “to te pre of : oe ss
nae Atlantic Pact Re-a ment O- \¢ and resource t an é f ' evel Ame British
{ import The agricultural output of the tle act Re-armam pro ir and resources to a miutué ramme of economic and techr aca
sita 3 te nder-develot ountries could be} S7@mme d programme for fighting pov il aid that would dwa P ~ahyadl ’ , ‘
: ie oll sims ae, ton tyofiwe’ ‘yeas ¢}| In the opening phase mf a car erty throughout the world and,dent Truman point four i per ’ ;
nt inf ae © the | paign to change the labour gov-|at the same time keep a restrain-| general settlement of all S (16 security to ‘protect ‘the West
tt j ' ernment’s‘ home and foreign ; i hand « ny Americ rom which the cold war t : ital at ecret he F¢ r
We ¢ i est~! hatter : ol icies, Bevan and 24 follow +| drift toward war a wary eye eloped includi ontrol « Off ed that SiOr
, ’ etter seeds at 0 are sued a pamphlet laying down a\on American | bases i vorld’s oil ‘ nd ecurtt ia proce
anno’ able ertuiusers, pesticide set of principles they think &ri- 3ritain The re alled fe iternationa ate i } ) ble 1 he t
iva deed ee . i t “i h 1 i
water Tt need bine tair should follow They indi- olute Br eto i uU Jardanelle ne 1€Z ar Pp t ywrrnation’ tarted
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‘] CI ND LADY
S ViIALAINE ici i Grenada
xy B.W.LA

it net roa

u Ss Al i

g Fie Enquir;

He nortty be going to
Antigu member -of a boara
of Eng vhich will enquire ink



he cause of the various le
h have occurred
year.
tin Antigua
urn at

rest. Mr. F. 1

bou
im
that « iy d 1g tne



of A ure, Antigua
Married in B.G.

MiSs SHEILA MAINGOT

| daughter of Mr. Elliot Maingo







and the late Mrs. Maingot of Trini-
ds arried in Georgetown,
I 1 Guiana, On Saturday to
M tay -Spencer-Clerk. They
\ rried at.the Sacred Heart
R 1 Catholic Church ‘on Main,
by Fr. F. Mayo, $.J., who for
many y« was stationed at St
Patrick’s Church, Jemmotts Lane
The reception was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cannon ot
Georgetown
They are spending their honey-
on at Monos, Trinidad, and they
iil be retarning 10,B.G. where
Mr. Spencer-Clerk is with Ash anc
WwW mn. Lote

Leay ing To-day









RAR MRS. ANTHONY
LVL iOMES who have been holi-
ince March 12th ;
iL ior British Guia
" noon by B.W.iL.A Mit
Gom ; nt in Geors
own hi parents ere alsc
holidaying in Barbados returned t
b.G. sometime ago
Expected to leave by the same
plane is Mr. Ted Benjamin wh«e
plans to be away for one week

Committee penetiey

Mw JAMES NICOL, C. D. and
lV Educational Adviser
his afternoon for Trinidad

1 committee meeting of
ibbean Commission to dis-

io atter



tional and technical edu-

sation in the Caribbean area, He
is expected to- return July 14th.

Vr. A. de K,. Frampton, Agricul-

ival Adviser to C. D. and Ws flew



Trinidad on Sunday and is ex-
pected back towards the end of the

THE
4



BY THE





rye laring revelation, by a
4 nileman described as an
econ st, that the cise in_ the
a of ving is due te atsing
p lead mere Nnon-@co-
nomi to susp@ct that falling
pi ht lower the cost of
Ly
mn comments such
able the public



a il is Happening
Blectricits Enfore ement
phd ers































! that the building
Gove rent offices is 1
b chech raise the question
of the housing of the new coi
of spi and informers who will
} nee to enforce the’ switch
: of] of electricity in homes and
I re rt ence more to my
tion that compulsory bil
uid be introduced, Ii
family uspec {f dis-
e had an offich inform-
y billeted on the premises the
of the itinerant spies would
e considerably facilitated, In-
st F tioning the house-
h would receive hi
I from the informe:
on the premises
Ainda Cute
A XARRY ‘me out in a little bas-
ket! Dame Betsy Grable is
rted te have said that too
nich fuss ‘ts made about her legs, |
r hat it is n acting that
h lies ‘Yor ©. just He |
i Dietrich. Don't tell me re |
I is geing to we the more}
eriou tudent of the drama]
tf nifty picturisation of aa
let; n edlirely noo reading
the part. “Legs” Grable Does ‘A
Stratford On Us Rip-rearing
Dame Busl$ Elsinore Wide bei
Does That'*Patootie Hot Up 10 |
Classie Stuff! |
A Stormy Meeting |
T F babies are not to b erent
wim the channel,’
he Wretcn yeste day |
at g of the World Cul-
ture C nittee, hat becomes
of our ptoud — bc of “giving
youth a chance?” s. Babbling
1 prod iting out



POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER



Expected To-day

R

AND



MI

Saturday night.

so they

must

ha

RS

They left Barba-
dos the same evening for Trinidad,
straight

ve




gone

BRU

from Piarco. to the Cluw.

On honeymoon

R

over the

urday. Mr. King is the son of
Mrs. Louisa King of, Fontabelle
and the-faté Mr. J. King. Mrs
King is the former Adelle Habib

AND
KING

honeymoon
were married in Trinidad on Sat-

N

at

daughter of Mr
Habib of Trinidad.

WAs.nse By Beachcomber

meetings in Trafalgar Square tc
protest against such cruelly. Mrs.
Wretch retoried that this was
the Dark Ages mentality which
would have prevented baby
Mozart from playing the pi-
ano at the age of five
if babie iose the spirit of
iiventure implanted in them b
Drake and Frobisher,” sdded
Mrs. Wretoh, “this great Empire
will become a_ laughing-stock
throughout the civilised world.”
Jn Passing

‘as Ww ts now open for the

four oreign Ministers

discuss the subjects h_ their
deputies could not agree to pui

on the’ agenda

Copy

THE MOTLEY crowds to be
scen in the cafes of Moutmartre
have now but a shadowy connec-
tion with art or letters, and are
apt to inelude elements against
which the tourist should be on
his guard,

HE re-opening of the new

Moulin Rouge last week In-

duced me to copy this sentence
from a guide-book

I well remember, as a young-
ter, going into a sinister

place in Montmartre
a gloomy
pering people, and not




hall

IRS.

and Mrs.



ADVENTURES

filled

RICHARD
arrived from Trinidad
week-end to spend their
Bathsheba.







There
with



G:F



They

George



OF PIPA

looking hotel-ships
was
whis-
a drink in



From Germany
~~" present holidaying in

Barbados Mrs. Herbert
White who plans to be here Tor
about three months. She arrived
recently from Germany, spending
a week in New York en route.
Her husband who is at present
in New York is with 20th, Cen-
tury Fox Films and for the past
fow years..they have been
stationed in Germany.

is

Mis White is the
reen Pereira, daughter

former

Ix of Mrs.

S. M. Pereira and sister of Mrs
Jack Egan and Mrs. Clarice
Gomes. During her holiday she
is staying with her sister Mirs
Gomes at “Glenroy,” St, Law-
rence.
Three Months

ISS MAIDA HILL, daughter

of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hili
of Holborn, Fontabelle left for

Trinidad an Monday afternoon by
B.W.LA. to spend about three

: months’ holiday staying with het
WEATHERHEAD expect their | ; ‘ . i
P, maMia: aA datas Mant aunt in San Fernando,
home today by the Colombie. Emi
David who is studyin medicis minent Hawks
at the University College ‘HAT exclusive body ol
pital, London, is down Cambridge sportsmen the
the summer holidays He iS Hawks Club held a most success-
nét due back until October, For guj annual dinner last night at
Nancy the visit is also a holidey. Grosvesior House. Lord Lye, of
She is studying nursing at Croydon Westbourne, a former lawn tennis
Hospital, Surrey international, was in the chair.
. Eaca year the club entertain
Quick Work as their. guest of honour one
VM" TKEVOR “Hammer” Davies famous Cambridge man who is
2 and Mr. Vivian “Rabby” Cox not a Hawk, This time Lord
have gone to Trinidad for two, Brabazon of Tara was invited.
veek liday. 1 Javies is w
ee C a ae oes Also the club invited the Cam-
‘ 7 = ae are Da C : ng Sgt bers of the crew are Hawks; but
Trinidad Country Club's dane on bt ie ore ee Ay glnA
ri é s é ee ; i i >
j their appreciation of the crew’s

achievements on the Thames and
in the United States.

F. R. Brown and the four other
members of the club who went
with the M.C.C, team to Austra-
lia were present,

Incidental Intelligence

NSTRUCTIONS in the - staif

guide of a big London store:
Sach assistant, upon entering
the service of the store, after
seeing the buyer of the depart-
ment must report to the manager
of the dissecting office.”

‘ —LE.S.



Rae
-

Copyriqht - P77) Vaz Dias Int Amsterdam

When the heavy curtains
parted at the end of the hall,
there were no high-kickiny girls.
A cadaverous man in black be-
gan to lecture about literature.
1 left at once, convinced that the
night-life, of Paris was_ boring
rather than wicked
A Deep-drinking Goddess
N arcicle
into which the old Greek gods
vurned those who annoyed them,
nits a story told in Ovid's “Meta-

sight

morphoses,” The goddess Ceres
the time of her exhausting
rch for Proserpine, frequently

eveloped a howling thirst. When
ine fit was on her, she drank like

horse. One day us she was nuz
ling down to a great bowl of
Samian wine, an til-bred youth
mocked her, telling he she
drank more like an old sail-
or than a goddess. Whereat
she turned him into a newt, and
went on with her drinking.
useful accomplishment for a drink
er who is pestered by fools.

77

Tail-piece

IKE the old sea-dogs we are,
we still talk about the largest!

“sailing” out of port.
{ hope one day to read of a plane
crossing the Atlantic “without
drawing rein,”





Rupert and ton ae

The Professor smiles as he hands





the drawing to the little bear. ** It's
a coat of arms,’’ murmurs Rupert.
Then he stares harder. ‘' Why,
I've seen this before,’’ he cries.
“It's the same thet was on the
motor-car of the | who gave me
the wild iris."’ crest





know chat

LADIES SHOES

ARCOLA in stack suEDE, TAN SUEDE,

& WHITE NUBUCK 13:39 15:24

c

SMART

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CRASS BER eas Ses eeeaene

well," says the old man, “It
belongs to the oldest family here
abouts, They live at Deepwood
Manor. If you take your locke:
straight there you may solve you!
mystery without troubling Constable
Growler at all.’ Rupert thanks hin
and in a few moments he has saic
goodbye to his friends.



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Grace has just won the right to
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pees ning as tk e have prevente ne 1 . ie L 7 d
7 rial being lost on the way to the sense of dignfiy and integ mports Lea
R li Reef would be observat gh, th no
a infa Miss Betty Arne i the Ves f estiga- E - I Yr
+ 7 ~_ 4 t a fcr a whole hut, but if she were tion AXports Ss ni
EN I y EN DED. Although the maximum rainfall Present at the inquiry, she woule We at the n
in October was .47 inches for the "@Ve gone away satisfied that she vestigated,” he a et = son M tl
week, it was on many days, ah. had found her hut. ed our st g val o reé on 1s
cient to prevent work. ¥ ChurechWarden’s ner in ca
ADDRESSES by the Acting Attorney General Hon. phere is, Positive proof,” he Tenders rying out the work without con- Barbados imported $10,414,64f
.P fy _ Said, “that what Mr udor and sulting his Committee ot gocds during the quarter Janu-
al j aa ae a —— _ be ia % were “th Mr, Maynard said was true, that As to the question of the ten- It has never been the custom ef @fy_ to March 1951. :
clu ed cess ice aying ie nquiry at the for five weeks it was practically ders, no notice had been put in any Churciwarden or anybody This was an increase of
Council Chamber on Monday evening. impossible te do much work.” One for ‘a time limit and if one was representing the Vestry, to open $1,843,216 as compared with the
Sir Clement Malone was the sole Commissioner. found oneself in a position of hav- going to complain about giving tenders before all were in. It was corresponding quarter of 1950,

ing to work shorter hours a day

The Attorney General said that Mr. Tudor suggested that he and that increased labour cost.
when things of that sort were should hurry up the work and ‘“ :
done, they arouse suspicion and therefore the tavese was. in- op, motes Mr. Franklin likes
the public began to wonder. From creased. If 50 people were work- not, we are dealing with high
the information which he had at ing on that at least 25 were em-
his disposal, there was no sug- ployed to see the others work.
gestion of fraud on Mr. Tudor’s’ ‘Statements have been made
part. Other Churchwardens had about the rainy weather,” he said,
told him that they would have “but I see from the rgin figures
acted in a different way if they at Central Station that far from
had the matter to deal with. rain falling, it seems to have been
“As to the question of the a drought.
certification of the vouchers, we “T still say that he should have
have it from Mr. Pile, the Audi- taken his committee in his confi-
tor, that some vouchers were not dence and not go purely on his
certified and some not properly own.”
certified. The latter were signed

by Mr. Ashby on the instructions . * 7 ;
of the Churchwarden, That is iunds, not the Governor's, he said properly spent.

why I say that if Mr, Redman, The suggestion was that the $5,000
the Clerk of the Playing Fields Would be made available to Mr. Improperly Spen
Committee was functioning, he TUdor when he submitted the
would have been the proper per-
son to certify certain vouchers.

expect that labour, as distin
from material, would go up.
It was to be noted, he said, th

would go up.
The Attorney Gen@ral had su

“vaving been carried away ar

and he said he would let him have improperly spent,” he said,” th

Similarly, if Mr. Ramsay was the remainder. That should not is Where Miss Betty Arne will 1{ was Mr. Perowne who had been

used in his capacity as Building

be taken literally as funds were —
Supervisor/Overseer. Having fail-

still passing through the hanes of

terial cost down, but the labour

ere was no question of the

Mr. Cex the tender, one might as true to.#ay that not only had one
well complain about receiving a to shun, evil, but also the appear-
it tender on the twenty seventh. ance of evil.

ly The Churchwarden hid nothing. The Attorney General had said

organised Trade Unions. You wil] He said he was expecting a ten- that with all the evidence they

ct der from Mr. Cox. had heard, the Commission could
“It would have been reprehen- not say where the hut was, but
at sible,” he said, “if Mr. Cox had he belleved that the atmosphere

wherever there was second hand tendered for $250 and he hag had cleared up any doubt in the
material, they would cut their ms

a- given it to him as against another minds « the public as to who
who had tendered for $150.” knew about and who did not
There was the talk of Mr, Du- This concludes the sitting of



' a ; > “ne and the Commission
gested’ that there bad heen: an guid. But he had turned out and
traud and he took it to mean there
was no question of any money

helped Mr. Cox for $18 a trip,
He was submitting that they had

vq Seen that the first figure had not What An M.P.



The funds were Government Merely a question of it being im- ™€t with favour and they were

putting in a completely ne Va ¢ .
= Wants To Know
l The huts, too, were bein In the House of Assembly yes-

on t€ vy raw ; av
pushed upon Mr. Tudor. It wa tday, Mr. Crawford (C) gave

estimate to the Acting Governor “Ag to the question of it being not that he wanted them, to buy rotice of the following questions.

at the huts that Cox helped him out. @ist Government aware of
‘ ) T T awe > €

he difficulty and inconvenience

pushing it. Otherwise Mr. Tudor xperienced by fishermen at Megs

ed to utilise the services of these ‘he Social Welfare Officer. Governor not pressing Mr. Tudor oe ee. have bothered to look Channel. and Skeete’s Bay, St.
ates a ition tisk buatentel ae : to get it.done. It all had to boil ~ «asp... f ai 7 Philip, due to the activity of coral
officers and being Churchwarden “Whatever good or
and Chairman of the Playing come out of it,’ the Acting Atto
* ‘ = . Bp é r- rer -
Fields Committee at the same ney General said, I or iy Hope it the Governor

was Satisfied as to
how the money was spent. There

there is one thing which emerged

. m through the reef?
from the enquiry, “that just as : * ,

time, there was no one to pro- wij] have served a useful purpose was no reason to believe other Mr. Tudor saved when he built @ Will the Government take

perly certify the vouchers. as there are still a lot of playing than that if Mr.

. z a Perowne w
“As to the Question of huts,” elds to be built.” present,”

he would have been ab



as the Children’s Roof, he saved jmmediate steps to have these
le When he built the Princess Alice. passages cleared in order to facil-



he said, “you have heard how the to prevent a waste of time. It was . itate and make safer their us
tenders were asked for.’ The No Fraud ur ‘erstood all along that more Howling by fishing craft?

question was, he said, that hav- funds would be required and the -

ing received three and opened Mr. E. K. Walcott addressing Churchwarden drew the Govern- Mr. E. D. Mottley, speaking for

them, a fourth was received the Commission said: “Naturally ©F’s attention to that. the Vestry, said that it was really

which happened by mere co-in- it is a pleasure to hear the Attor- They would note further from a matter between the Vestry and DISCHARGED
cidence to be the least. ney General say that so far as Mr. the minutes—*. for pro- the Government. Mr. Walcott zeslie Howard was discharged

Tudor is concerned, there is no viding an eight acre field with

a said that as a result of quite a lot py His Honour the Chief

hill ie sab ae ; . . A Justice,
= es ge Lia oe question of fraud.” timber built house, specially of howling the inquiry came Sir Allan Collymore, at the Court
tS WER CHERDE. SYO Skater Wwoee adapted, it will cost $15,590. stout. But as hed been given in of Grand Sessions Monday when

method was adoptes, it was “If an inquiry, only half as This does not compare unfav-

: vidence, away ac i 949 . i 2ece, Solicitor Gener
cheaper. This tender was award- thorough ‘as what had been done ourably with other schemes of evidence, away back in 1949, Mr, W. W. Reece, Solicitor Gener-

ed to Miss Francis through her re- there,” he said, “had been done at the Vestry and I have therefor



after the huts had been remove al prosecuting for the Crown, en-

presentative to remove these huts the Vestry, or if they had had pleasure in supporting the re- it became public property that a tered a nolle prosequi in the case

from Seawell. The huts were some lawyer to help them out, tt. report had been made to the against Howard charging him with

removed to the Reef under bit there would never have been need t was. Miss Betty Arne’s Police in respect of missing mate- manslaughter.

by bit conditions and then it was for the inquiry then. Not that it note. trial which had been removed Mr. Reece told the Court that

discovered by Mr. Worrell the had not done good—for whether from Seawell to the Princess Alice the evidence for manslaughter

contractor that part of the hut @ man acted rightly or wrongly— “If anything is to be thown at laying Field. was not sufficient and there was

was missing. no harm was done by having an Mr. Tudor,” he asked, ‘what is to “It cannot be therefore argued need for further _ investigation
“I am not going to comment investigation, be thrown at Miss Arne who had_ that the Vestry tried to make any into the matter. He therefore

on the various allegations which , “My swtbmission is,’ she said, to be there to watch this money
have been made on this hut and “that at the end we are going to whose job it was.”

2 seape goat of Mr. Tudor or made could not proceed with the case,
any unnecessary row,’ Mr. Mott but there may be another ch



the people that removed it,” he be looking for one thing—this 80 Miss Arne further stated that ley said. under the Road and Traffic Act

said. “I myself feel that they bah gt a sae nee expenditure on that scale cou
6 ave | red i e day.” rest, WV r cost, mané ent or not be envisaged in the oth
should have moved it one day. anything else, will have been schemes. g n e

ld
er

” At by » Police
It was only a year after the hrougt . Y the Police.
ure anda letter Sra: tie Mr.. EB. W. Barrow appeared or
estry received a ver irom * behalf of Howard,



“1 go not know, at ony evidence ‘hve fost and the nicney abent, up gomiion tain wae, whe hed {20"Siat the investigation com cn
which connects Mr. Cox to the y ‘ = ys » suffered, the public or the Gov- ee a e »stigatio came
unlawful disappearance of this properly spent. ernment. They were npt looking ont gd ga Pag sap: as be COAL RUSH CONTINUES
hut.” Pte oR Bie nA as od “ths as some see for ¢ estry, with that ir aw, ani
It is said,” he continued, “that e seemed to think for a with ‘an Me. ‘Weathasaae, cea tickl siagh; doe Bhavosel: on ae

It had undoubtedly been stolen. ; ‘e 5 ta, scape goat. They were mere ‘
the best committee in the world pee : The Said, the auditors statement of waterfront continued yesterday.

yeas is a committee of three with two inquiring into the matter.
Politics absent. It took the Governor-in- most that could be done to him

The Commissioner, he _ said,
would appreciate the fact that But Mr. Tudor was able to give Napoleon himself might have sa
although the Vestry was not a
political body, matters of a poli- months, “If I had known.”

tical flavour were diseussed there “Hie ; i . . 7
and & could sell be vanlised> that His evidence, at no time, was The Attorney General had mer

a lot of the allegations seemed to

Executive Committee some two and that was a question of ethics
years to give them the money. —was allow him to say like what matter. There was no evidence berth of the schooner Philip H.

such as to suggest that he was try- tioned that the Clerk of the Com-
ing to shelter behind anybody, In mittee should have been used.

ly

vouchers not properly signed, Men and women, donkey and
cs were still content about the hand carts swarmed around the

iq at ali to show that they had been Davidson.

them the pavilion within five when he was at Elba many a day, ®Dy malpractices by the Church- The Davidson was here since

warden. Monday with a supply of heavy
i- ‘The Vestry had stated thet Mr. charcoal from British Guiana, but

she did not get a berth to dis-
or he »x - Churechwarden, * n :
‘Tudor, the ' ex qa : charge the charcoalwuntil yester-

er people pelienelly 4 he 2nswer to Mr. Mottley, he eandid- The clerk had every right to ee bn ott aT day.
“It is no concern Of mine?” he jy said he took the blame for refuse. Mr. Weatherhead said ha “DOWlecge of the ee ere aa Motor vessel Lady Joy arrived

said, “and that is why I do not everything. The Acting Governor would have fired him. ‘That was the Vestry, and that was still the during the

think it is necessary for mé to wanted it done at once and in a stupidity.

comment on the various denun- hurry. The Funds came from the. “At one Vestry meeting Mr. the evidence, Mr. Tudor admitted
ciations. Governor-in-Executive Committéed..Aveatherhead suggested” said Mr. that responsibility

Two experts had been callea and he regarded the Governorias..qwalcott, “that the clerk of

who had given estimates of the the proper person to be pleased. vestry is the Head of the Depar

As Mr. Tudor said, he visited ”
regularly and acted sometimes

under his directions and certainly

cost of erecting at present, a ment. That was nonsense,
building of a similar design and
size. The most striking thing
about their evidence
ference in the amounts allocated
to_ labour.

Mr. Coppin put it at a mini- ‘There were two absent from the to follow up the matter.
mum of 60 per cent of the labour inquiry, both of whom would have
to the value of the material. Mr. peen serving the interest of his A Car enter
Franklin did not agree with that client and the commission, Mr P
figure. They had heard running Perowne was somewhere in Per- phe
through the enquiry how such a sia, They had not had the advan- pr
large amount of money was used, tage of seeing him. They had, due
but even Mr, Coppin could not to the scrupulous care of the At-
have been more generous in his torney General, been allowed to

@ man who keeps a_ ngtebog

be got ready, it was said, for the

avvival Go? Lend iustowel.” asked Mr. Ramsay for plans ar

was missing,” Mr. Walcott argue
“was the carpenter and

Again, should a man deal with at any time

only person who could
have told that some of the hut

morning with a ton of
light charcoal from St. Lucia. The
Lady Joy too drew a crowd to the
“The personality, of Mr, Per- W&terffont,

. owne carried away Mr. Tudor and _ People did not flock to Messrs.

prevented him from remembering Manning & Co., coal yard for ehar-
» that he was still ap- coal as they did on Saturday and
sk pointed by his colleagues,” he Monday. About 350 bags of char-

position then, Throughout all

is the dif. With his consultation. It was to against him? And although he Said. The Vestry still felt that coal were sold in that coal yard

id whatever might have been his 0n Monday. Yesterday the yard

specifications, he made no attempt personal feelings, Mr. Tudor was empty

should have used Mr. Redman ;
and Mr. Ramsay. He should have | (y=
seen to it that they carried out



put our and confi-
dence in our Executive officer,

ae but we deprecate much any Gov- A SMALL SHIPMENT OF

ernor officially, coming out to use

number of workers than putting see certain minutes of Miss Betty Would be after he had put it to- ality or position on such an
it to 25. If they read the docu- Arne, She had noted that she had &8¢ther again. executive officer so as to cause '
ments they would see that 50 been in active touch with the St. Nor was there a presumption, him to side-step a Committee
people were employed in build- Michael Vestry which was going he said, that the work was badly appointed cr tiny | Uldates.< seit
ing the 50 by 40 building. ahead with speed in the prepara- done, Everybody knew the ma- work. ;
Mr, Tudor had said that he got tions of the Reef Ground, The terial was good. The foundation | â„¢ : |
rid of Worrell because he thought huts were bought since June and had not sunk, it was properly dug. In the whole matter it had been

he was not getting value for his were not brought down until the Mr. Ramsay would not have gone) iq that ance one became a
money and there were too many end of September. The matter to saw up huts, either, and even | Vectryman, and particularly a St.

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Wednesday, July 11, 1951





THE LAND

IT HAS been officially announced that
the Government will release five acres of
land at Dodds and twenty nine at Seawell
for rental in small plots. In this the Gov-
ernment merely follows a long established
practice of the plantations to let lands to
‘labourers.

The decision is to be welcomed.
offers an opportunity for closely examining

’ the question of land settlement in Barba-
dos and it affords the Government the
means of opening the first big co-operative
scheme in agriculture. The details of the

matter will undoubtedly be left to the
Director of Agriculture and it is most un-
fortunate that Barbados has no _ Co-
operative Officer. If the Government had
not been so unmindful of the needs of the
future it would have been possible to ap-
point an officer to succeed Mr. Cave and
who would, by now, have returned from
training.

The absence of such an officer should not
be allowed, however, to prevent the launch-
ing of dscheme. There are certain funda-
mentals which must be observed. The
land at Seawell can be divided into four
acre lots and should be leased to people
who are solely agriculturists. Those who
follow other callings and take land cultiva-
tion as a side line should be debarred. If
a four or even five acre plot is regarded as
an economic unit the land should be so
divided and the number of applications
should not be allowed to influence the
division. Uneconomic holdings would de-
feat the scheme and probably be the un-
doing of the co-operative movement in
Barbados. With the Government Agricul-
tural Station at Sayes Court in close
proximity and the officers of the Depart-
ment in constant supervision it should be
easy, having collected lessees from various
parishes, to look after the supply of
manures, the use of machinery for cultiva-
tion, proper methods of tillage, proper at-
tention to animal husbandry and the rota-
tion of crops. These are the essentials for
success in such a scheme.

In this way the merit of co-operative
societies would be proved. As there is no
established marketing centre for the dis-
posal of the crops, the Seawell Co-operative
as it might well be called, should have the
opportunity to supply Government :nstitu-
tions with such provisions and vegetables
as are produced. If the land is leased for
a specified short period this arrangement
would have the effect of allowing a review
at convenient times. Lessees who had not
fully complied with the terms of the lease
could be removed; the success of tlie Co-
operative could be publicised and would
serve as an impetus for the formation of
other societies. It might be that individ-
uals who had leased plantation lands would
then be willing to join a similar movement
in their parish.

The scheme has the merit too of bringing
about effective land settlement, a question
which has not been seriously examined but
which needs now to be. In the face of
changing conditions it is clear, that in 1
community almost wholly agricultural
people should be encouraged to remain on
the land instead of joining the jobless
group. lit can only be done where there is
some attraction, The rewards from labour
must be such as to afford a reasonable
standard of living. It is discouraging to-
day to find that although it is known that
we depend on agriculture there are tracts
of land in this island allowed to go out of
cultivation because of lack of labour and
in some cases because of bad management.
And the same people who refuse to work
as agriculturists here join a scheme sub-
sidised by Government to work in fields in
the United States of America.

The lesson is clear. Proper land settle-
ment or well-conducted co-operative
schemes will keep people on the land. They
will be able to rear families and to enjoy
a reasonable standard of living. This will
prevent agriculture becoming the Cinder-
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sion. I crawled’ as LI have
crawled before, It was dark, it was
deadly, and we landed in a coun-
try of stinking swamps and hidden
snipers. When I left the fighting
area | left something behind me
—my face print in the mud of
Normandy’s ditches.

That was the introduction to
one of the last war’s most thrill-
ing despatches. It was sent by
Marshall Yarrow, Canadian-born
war correspondent for Reuters,
and the first reporter to land by
glider in the Cherbourg Peninsula
on D-Day, Yarrow is one of a
long line of correspondents with
the great international news
agency which this year cele-
brates its centenary who have
cevered all the wars and all the
incidents in every part of the
world for a hundred years,

with
inva-
neve




“Chin-deep in filth I slid along

knows...
Nobody knows if dead.

feared,” the voice replied,
bell recognised it now as that 0
K.Cc.
dian reporters,

that fighting going on, and
that the enemy had been routed
ri & with heavy losses at Tel-el-Kebir,
mye h agitated.”
was in Egypt in 1922 that
By STANLEY CLARK Howler gained one of its most

important world
announcement of the finding of
the Tomb of ‘Tutankhamen in the
Valley of the Kings of Luxor,

Reuters News Agency Cel
brates Its Centenary Today

4 Valentine Williams, who was
from the millionaire’s mansion later to ¢caig world fame as oa
where Mahatma Gandhi, apostie novelist, was the Reuter corre-

ef nonviolence and father of In- spondent at the time and he was
dia’s independence, lay dying from cxcluded from the actual site of
the wounds of an assassin’s bullets. the digging because the authori-
ties had sold the full rights in
the story to The Times, London.
* Williams waited around Luxor
man fired four shots. until he was certain that the day
Worst to open the tomb was close at
Camp~ hand, He had laid all his plans—
bought an auto wnich he hid close
to the tomb but on the other side
of the river, engaged a fast driver
as chauffeur, and hired a felucca

“Is he dead, is he dead?’” Camp-
bell shouted, ‘‘Don’t know, nobody

Roy, one of his young In-

Roy. Don't move,

eli ery veak,.” “ro: “Stay there, , 5
Pena MT cots cand ewes stay there. Get a story ready. Did 5 Fagan eT onicin to the
with my hands. For a moment I you see it? Who did it? Don’t say pt ee ‘fe neal = obtained the
thought of all my friends and anything to anybody, Roy. You § a pao - _also written two
wondered what the office would don’t know a thing, You haven't opssan > ace an King’s
think if it failed to get any seen anything. Stay there—we’re sarcophagus discovere
despatches from me. I clung to coming round,” Campbell ordered.

the mud and prayed.”

Yarrow got his story through
after several days. It was date-
lined, simply: “Somewhere in
Normandy (delayed) .”

That Normandy story came out
by air, Almost a century before
Julius Reuter, not many years
ufter he had begun his news
agency in two small. rooms in
London, had used an aircraft to
transport news. While Paris was
besieged and under fire from the
enemy guns in the Franco-Prus-
sian War, a balloon service was
started which brought news out
of the beleaguered city. The
stories of how the half-starved
Garrison and population were
fighting on were _ datelined:
“Reuter-Havas balloon — service
from Paris.”

First With Lincoln
Assassination

But it has not been only wars
and rumours of wars that have
given Reuter correspondents a
century of news beats, When
President Lincoln was assassinated
by John Wilkes Booth in Ford's
Theatre, Washington, U.S.A., on
April 14, 1865, the news reached
New York only after the weekly
mail ship had left for Europe.
There was no Atlantic cable in
those days and newspaper cor-
respondents used to send their
messages by ship.

While the other correspondents
reconciled themselves to waiting
for the next ship, however, young
James McLean, Reuter’s corres-
spondent in New York, chartered
a tug and chased the mail ship,
writing the story on the way. The
message which he threw aboard
was tossed into the sea again off
Crookhaven, Ireland; and the
Reuter tender “Marseilles” which
met all mail ships there whatever
the hour of the day or night and
whatever the weather, picked it
up. Reuters secured a world beat
of some days by that piece of
quick thinking.

Again, almost a century later,
another assassination which shook
the whole world was first reported
by Reuter. Doon Campbell, the
Reuter news editor in New Delhi,
was at his desk on the evening of
January 30, 1948, when his tele-
phone rang.

‘Man Fired Four Shots At
“Ghandi”
A voice said: “Man fired four
shots at Gandhi — worst feared.”
That news, Campbell recalls, came

2? What happens to a
cily when there’s—

NO MO

TORONTO,
YOU must live on this week's
wages this week instead of on
next year’s... that is the thought
for citizens bé@hind Canada’s

latest curbs on thire purchase.
They are all part of a new
war on. life-on-stick. And they
have already caused a slump in
the demand for new cars; a
slump that may, if it continues,
affect the jobs of 25,000 out of
130,000 in one Ontario city alone.

But it is difficult for many in’
Canada to live on this week’s
wages . They are often already
heavily mortgaged to meet pay-
ments due on goods bought

months or years ago on the never-
never,

Now what is worrying this
motor city of Windsor?+ Thirteen
weeks ago the Government intro-
duced regulations increasing the
deposit money on a new car from
one-third to one-half, and reduc-
ing payment time from 18 months,
to one year,

That means a buyer has to find
£400 for an average £800 car, and

pay nearly £40 a month,
This is too much even for
workers who earn upwards of

£16 weekly.

Beside
chattered

Thudding Sounds

He describes the last moment:
of the opening of, the tomb ir
these words: “Now heavy, thud-
ding sounds as the picks were
plied reverberated from the shaft
I glanced at my watch. Two hour:
to my deadline for the Londor
evening papers,

tickers
same

the
the

only
with

him
away





POCKET CARTOON

by OSBERT LANCASTER

“The noise of the picks stopped
There was a long, long silence
hard to bear . the next mo
ment Lord Carnarvon (in charge
of the excavations) shot like a
rocket out of the dark entrance
He was as pale as death, and the
sweat was running down his face
With shaking hands he lit :
cigarette, took three puffs, flung
the cigarette away, and _ strode
back into the tomb,”

At last Williams had only a
few minutes to go to his deadline
He saw an enormously - stout
Egyptian come up from the tomt
and fell into place beside him.

“Exeellency,” he said, removing
his sun helmet with a bow, “i:
it true that they have found’ two
sarcophagi?”









‘There, you see, Donald,
if only we'd been dishonest,
bed-ridden and anti- -British




the Gbvernment would’ve “No, no,” replied the fat man im-
given us the Stone without portantly: “Only one.”
@ murmur '” “Quite plain, they tell me,’
Williams said,
“No, no,” the Egyptian saic
again, “It is magnificent!)



decorated, all blue and gold.” Ther
he glanced at Williams and let ou
an angry shout. But the reporte
was running for the river bank

Within seconds the mesage
“King's sarcophagus discovered’
was on the way to Cairo in the
auto and a new Reuter news bea
was in the making.

The chronicle
beats could be

steady monotony. Most of the staif
crowded round as Campbell typed
the first message: “Gandhi shot
at four times—worst feared.”

Roy had even saved them the
search for a formula of phrasing
to tell the story in the first flash
in the fewest and most effective
words.

The Tutankhamen “Beat”

In all the numerous exploits of
British troops in the Middle East-
ern countries throughout the past
half century Reuters has played a
big part, During the Arabi Pasha

of Reuter news
continued indefi-
nitely, Julius Reuter, who begar
his news agency with a pigeon
service and lived to see a world
wide chain of telegraph commu-
nications established, set a high
standard of accuracy, speed anc
impartiality. To-day, the agency
which he founded is owned b)

revolt in Egypt in 1882 the Reuter the newspapers of Britain, Aus-
correspondent with the British tralia, New Zealand, and Indi:
forces, J, Piggot, sent an hour to under a Trust Deed which esure:

hour service of news of the battle
of Tel-el-Kebir, a place only 40
miles from Cairo, The Duke of
Connaught, son of Queen Victoria,
was engaged leading the Brigade
of Guards and the Queen record-
ed in her diary: “Another tele
gram, also from Reuter, saying

that it will be non-profit-making
will never pass into the hands o!
any single group or faction o1
under the control of any govern-
ment, and will always’ supply
service which is without bias of
any kind to all countries of the
world,







JAMES COOPER watches

an experiment inpaying cash

a TICK”

\His Choice









THIRTREN weeks ago a buyer i in household » gods _— o!
might hawe had to wait three it wien hacieeac: Sie :
months for delivery. To-day he Ss o be said that the

Canadian housewife is so keen on
labour-saving.. devices for her
home that she has to go out to
work to earn the money to pay
instalments on the devices to save
her housework,

But, “Not now. There aren’
many families who ean put down
£40 on a new refrigerator,

“We do not know where it wil)
lead. The manufacturer believec
that the only way to beat infla-
tion was to produce more goods
Now, if he cannot sell the good:
he will have to produce f-wer
and his costs will go up over ane

rr de above the increase in the tax on
to the United them.”

mists N apart from duty, *
he tax jis 7 per cent., compared ket °
with Canada’s 35. They Cannes Taking a Chance
send them. to Europe, where there
are no dollars to pay for them.
Second-hand car sales are
almost zero, as the man who can
afford only a second-hand car
usually cannot afford to pay half
the price as deposit. One big
manufacturer says that the posi-
tion is the same in all “heavy
consumer goods” — washing
machines, refrigerators, and

ean have his choice and drive it
away from parking spaces jammed
with new cars, still with the
brown paper round the bumpers.

One Toronto firm has 1,000 cars
for which it cannot find buyers.

A customer can get as much as
£120 off list price, with 500 gal-
lons of petrol to boot, if he
bargains hard enough.

New car sales are down by 75
per cent. and makers just do not
know what to do with the sur-
plus.

Not for Export

EXPORT
States? No, for,

them

ALL this may mean that own-
ers as well as motor workers
will be out of work and the curbs
may lead to depression.

But Canada’s Liberal
ment seems determined to take
the chance, Apparently it wants
to see what it.is like to have too

many goods chasin too little
Mean, g o little

qovern-

—L.E.S,



nt
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Just Look At Yourself! .

By J. W. MALLALIEU, dificult to compile a similar one judgments—to please us, to anger i

f in the future. For example:— us, to make us think, 8 “a chee AND BLOOD will do
SINCE the war, we English have “Jean is a nice girl, perhaps Sample One batt aa journey—which is pro

talked more about ourselves, and just a trifle heavier than fashion- Parody: daigheat fin in'Psmell yably all it’s meant for.

agreed less, than at any time this | able, with a sense of humour and doses if you know the original. It Sample Tw
century, Half a century ago we good temper; but her culture is says a lot for John Foss's FLESH But what atout this? “Yester
did not bother about ourselves little more than gentility and good AND BLOOD (Dennis Dobson ‘aie whe ; out his? Yester-
because we were sure. To-day we form. ‘Heaven’ and ‘the end’ are 9s. 6d.) that, although I know Sonik oe rei ol arte
are uncertain, We suspect that her favourite adjectives. I had the little of the originals it parodies equa’ art sof alk nalrand" Vet 69.
we've come down in the world impression that she drank a trifle I read through its 206 pages. F re ani eae Bs — Aosclaca
pnee renee) > Es li too much.” The book makes fun of the hené The last. ad Histtored
Te Oh Te oe ; , ; Pe “nine-and-sixpenny dreadful” , bs Sree
found in HOME AND AWAY I don’t suppose that Jean will school of writers which has Ray < a et ee ; ce
(Hutchinson, 12s. 6d.), a lightly ever again help the author to a omestie o summer solstice

written but sober survey of Eng-
lish people as we are now.
The author, Adam de Hegedus,

first-hand information
middle class in Leeds.
From the Jeans,

about the mond

the Lens, the

James Hadley Chase in its bottom,
and Ernest Hemingway
tra-mural student,

Chandler in its” top form, had packed her bundle and caught

the milk train. out of Trenton.

as an ex- Peace to her ashes, which I shall

was born in Hungary but came to Bills that Hegedus knows in the . 2 carry up hence-ferward from the
live here at the age of 20, because towns and villages of England has Here is a sample: “I'd seen large cellar, Stay as sweet aS you are
he thought that England was the come other copy about the post- numbers of murdered men in my Honey, and don’t drive ‘through
place to be. At 40, he is not dis- war manners of Eton schoolboys, time, and I’d seen them more bad- any open drawbridges.”
appointed. about the sexual morals of -Lan- ly mangled, but there was some- _ If you like this brand: of Amer-
After the war he lived in the cashire mill girls, about what has thing sinister about Johnny’s ican humour you. will read A
United States for a year, then happened to Oxford University corpse which gave me the ¢reeps CHILD’S GARDEN OF CURSES,
came “home” with a fresh eye and the coal industry Then I realised that it was the by S. Perelman (Hetmemann,
His book distils what he saw and On the basis of this information, silence of the house; there was not 12s. Gd.)
heard, His candour may make it Hegedus passes a number of even the sound of a zither." mink a

news beats—the

1 BERNARD WICKSTEED

1 —inspired by the disappear-
{ing diplomats—examines the
jtechnique of past masters.

First: Lee Bevan (right).

BUT A WOMAN LED
TO HIS BETRAYAL

GERARD LEE BEVAN disappeared too.
There was a story for you. It had every-
thing — great names, millions. of missing
pounds, tales of lavish parties, a beautiful
Frenchwoman, panic-stricken flight, and a
hase round Europe that went on for months.









Gerard Lee Bevan was an aristocrat of the
City. He was a financier by hereditary
tight, for all his relations were bankers and
financiers,

He went to the City via Eton and Oxford.
ie didn’t drink, and he had the religious
veal of an evangelist. You couldn’t imagine
inyone more respectable.

PENDULUM SWINGS

EVERYONE said he'd go far in the City
vith all that integrity and all those family

‘onnections. He did. He became a million-
1ire,
During the 1914-18 war he was made

‘obacco Controller—though he himself never
moked. When the war ended he was the
director of dozens of leading financial con-
cerps and chairman of the great City Equit-
ble Fire Insurance Company.

Then something went wrong in the mind
f Gerard Lee Bevan. The pendulum swung.
he zealot became a rake, desperate to make

|
p for lost time.
At the age of 50, he collected mistresses

vith the abandoned vigour of a libertine in
he early twenties.

He drank. He lost that former sense of
esponsibility so completely that he faked
‘alance sheets and committed other business
rimes.

low that you couldn’t give them away. On
Seareetns February 8, 1922 Gerard Lee
evan cracked completely. He borrowed
£150 from a relative, took a taxi from the
‘arlton to Croydon and accompanied by a
i'rench woman boarded an airliner called the
Faris Express (top speed 90 miles an hour)
The flight made history because it was the

|
The shares of the Equitable slumped
first time anyone had fled from his sey!

WHO was this woman he was travelling
with? There was no secret about hei
identity. Her name was Mlle. Pertuisot
The financier was an old friend of hers anc
he was to see still more of her in the future

The couple parted in Paris, but not before
a dramatic scene outside an hotel that Bevan
formerly owned.

The fugitive, discredited and fallen could
1ot face the reproachful looks of the stafi

hat had once fawned on him.

Mademoiselle went in alone and _ left
the financier huddled miserably in the tax
with his luggage and his thoughts. , Inside
he met, evidently by arrangement twc
friends still loyal.

Together they telephone a K.C. in London
to ask what the sentence would be if Bevan
-eturned and faced the law.

“Five years,” said the K.C. The news was
aken out to the taxi. “I can’t take it,” said
Bevan and drove off alone into the unknown

sibilities by air.
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FOX BREAKS COVER

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YOU can imagine the sensation when the
news broke in London. The hunt was on.
The fox had broken cover and everyone hac
his theories about which way he'd run.

But the tally ho was in Italy. The fox
was sighted in Naples and then went to earth
again,

There were rumours that he’d returned to
England, that he was holding wild parties
on the Riviera, that he’d been seen in Greece.

And all the time Gerard Lee Bevan was ir
Vienna. He called himself Leon Vernier
He grew a beard and said he was an artist
from Paris.

SHE TALKED

BUT Leon Vernier, the artist from Paris
couldn't live alone, He found a woman
companion, and she talked. He was arrested
in Innsbruck.

The hunt was over and the chase had lost
its thrill. Brought back to England to face
his trial Gerard Lee Bevan was no longer g
jfox. He was merely a dog that had been
| caught stealing.

The sentence?
tude. ‘

His wife divorced him and on his release
he returned to France—and Mlle. Pertuisot.
| Yes they married but whether they lived
happily I can’t say. Gerard Lee Bevan died

Seven years penal servi-

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1951



Criticise Salaries For
Top Government Jobs

@ trom Page 1.

tary Says that the Committee
express€d tne opin:on first and most important measure
to overcome the difficulties of re-
cruitment and retention of admin-
istrative, professional and _ tech-
nicai offices was tne provision of
return leave passage privileges
to the holders of the offices
listed in the Schedule to
Report. It is true that the Com-
mittee did express this opinion
but in Section 6 of their kKeport
they also said this: —
“A considerable
the recruitment and retention
of senior officers arises from
the inadequacy of some of the
salaries offered by, the Bar-
Sados Government as com-
pared with the salaries now
offered by the Governments of
British Guiana and Trinidad.
We have been required to re-
port to Your Excellency on the
20th. of December, 1949 and as
we believe that the considera-
tion of the salary problem
deserves a more detailed ex-
amination than can be under-

its

difficulty in

taken by us in the limited
time at our disposal, we
recommend that a committee

should be appointed to review
the salaries of administrative,
professional and technical offices
in .their relation to the new
salaries of corresponding offices
in Trinidad, Britisn Guiana and
other West Indian territories,”
Now as tar as I know no such
Committee has been appointed.
Now, Sir, I am not so foolish as
to suppose that an increase in the
talaries paid to the higher grades
of Civil Servants in Barbados
would necessarily mean that we
would always get a civil servant
of greater experience and efficiency
than we do now and still less that
those in office now are all lacking
in the qualities required, but what
I do contend is, Sir, that if salaries
in Barbados remain as they are the
chances are that we shall as a rule
fail to get as experienced and
efficient higher grade officers as we
need. I consider, Sir, that for posts
such as that of Colonial Secretary,
Financial Secretary, Chief Justice,
Comptroller of Customs, Commis-
sioner of Police, Attorney General,
the Directors of Agriculture, Edu-
cation and Medical Services, to
mention some of the most impor-
tant, we should if necessary pay
the same salaries as Trinidad for
we want no less efficient service
in those Departments as Trinidad
does or British Guiana or any
other Colony. I submit, Sir, it is
not a question of whether we can
afford to pay these salaries but
whether we can afford not to pay
them. It has been said that as
far as possible a Barbadian should
be appointed to fill posts in the
Barbados Civil Service, I don’t
think anybody will disagree with
that provided that Barbadians can
be found to fill these posts who
are as qualified by training and
experience as others who may not
have been born ir Barbados. As
time goes on more and more Bar-
badians will no doubt be found in
the category and in the mean time
if the people under whom Bar-
badians may be serving in vari-
ous departments are really first
class, surely the time will come
all the more quickly when
most posts will be filled by Barba-
dians who have deserved appoint-
ment. not merely because they are
Barbadians but because they are
first class Civil Servants.

I lave looked through the Esti-
mates of Revenue and Expenditure
for the Year 1951—52 and I find
that if one adds up all the personal
emoluments of the various depart-
ments we are spending about
$4,000,000 a year. If Honourable
Members will refer to Column 4
of the list of offices and salaries
which I have given them, they
will see that we are paying the
holders of these offices $187,500 a
year. If this sum is taken from
the $4,000,000, which the personal
emoluments of all servants of the
public amount to in round figures,
the personal emoluments paid to
the holders of all posts other than
those on the list I have given Hon-
ourable Members come to more
than 33 million dollars a year. If
Honourable Members will refer to
column 4 of the List which I have
given them, they will see that in
all the more important officeq men-
tioned, Barbados in order to meet
Trinidad would have to pay
about $16,000 a year more in
salaries. That is a large sum
but I do not think Honour-
able Members will consider that
it is too much to pay annually
in order to set an example of
efficiency to civil servants drawing
about 3# million dollars in salaries,
and to get as much good work out
of them as possible.

Mr. Pile referred to the unsat-
isfactory state of. affairs which
exists at the Department of Science
and Agriculture through the ab-
sence, of a Deputy Director. of
Agriculture, who when he was
here, was doing good work in in-
structing peosant holders.

He criticised the use of the soils
expert Mr. Robinson as Govern-
ment Analyst and also drew atten-
tion to the imminent departure of
Mr. Knowles for a more lucrative

post.
Recent appointments in the
Service seem to emphasise the

threat to the good government of
Barbados which lies in that situa-
tion, I refer to the appointments
to the posts of Financial Secretary
and Auditor General. I want to
state clearly that there is nothing
personal in what I am about to
say and no one will be better
pleased than I if the Honourable
the Colonial Secretary is able to
show that these appointments have
real merit.

Taking first the appointment ‘to
the post of Financial Secretary
which surely is a very important

one. That at Jeast is what we were



told when it was created. If that
is so, surely anyone appointed to
it ought to have the special quali-
fications which would make him
a fit person to hold it? Is that

important and most unpopular
post? A reference to the list I
have given you will show I think
that an increase could be justified.
It will be seen in Columns 4 and 5
of the list of offices given to Hon-
ourable Members that the salary
attached to the office @f Labour
Commissioner in Barbados is less
than that attached to the office of
Labour Commispigairdin Trinidad
by $2,160 a year, and.Jess than
that attached tothe Same office in
British Guiana by $1,680 a year.
It may be that the answer to the
riddle of the appointment just
made to the office of Financial
Secretary is the question of ¢al-

aries, This post in Trinidad
carries a salary of $2,040 per
annum more than it does
in Barbados, and $1,200 more
in British Guiana than in
Barbados. However, when we
compare the salaries paid in

Barbados for the posts of Finan-
cial Secretary and Labour Com-
missioner we find that the
difference in favour of the former
post is $1,920 a year. The
second recent appointment to
which I have referred is that of
Auditor General. It is said that
the officer appointed has been in
the Customs for years and his ex-
perience of auditing is nil,

I understand that he is a most
reliable hard working — public
servant but that he has never
served in the Audit Department

I think, Sir, I have said enough
to demonstrate the seriousness of
the situation and I would ask
the Government to do what they
were asked to do by the Commit-
tee appointed by the Governor to
which reference has been made in

their report dated the 20th ot
December 1949, a course which
was recemmended also by the

Select Committee appointed by in
the @ther Place to consider the
question of leave passages which
report was dated 14th February,
1950.

Hien’ble Dr. fi. G. Massiah said
that he wanted to support what
the Hon'ble Mr. Pile had said
with regard to leave passages. He
thought it was he who at that
Ceuncil had raised the question a
couple of years ago when he

asked Government what was their
policy about schools and the
lamentable condition that the

teaching of boys was getting into
for want of foresight in having
proper salaries and leave pas-
sages for teachers.

“There is another aspect of this
question of recruitment of officers
which has been puzzling me for 4
very long time. I think it has
been puzzling the majority of the
thinking public and I think it is
what I may call the policy or lack
of policy on the part of Govern-
ment in selecting officers for cer-

tain posts,” he said.

There were many examples
where a man had been sent to
England on a scholarship and

trained in a specialist department.
He had been brought back and
had remained in that department
only a few weeks and then trans-
ferred to another, the working of
which he had no knowledge.

There were several examples of
that and one that came to His mind
was in the’case of Mr. G. B. Niles
who had now retired from the Ser-
vice and was a Barrister. Mr. Niles
was sent to the United Kingdom
and trained as a Labour, Officer.
When that office was temporarily
vacant, the Postmaster Ceneral
was asked to act.

Mr. L. N. Chenery wno was
sent to England and trained in
customs work, was appointed

after he came back, in the Auditor
General's Office. Since then, he
was made an Assistant Secretary
in the Colonial Secretary's Office.
He was at that time, the only
officer in the Customs Department
with a special training in cus-
toms duties. He was taken away
on the eve of the retirement of
the Comptroller of Customs and
put into an office for which he
had no special training.

Hon'ble Mr. Massiah said that
there was also the case of Mr.
Wiles, the Librarian. He was seni
to Toronto and trained as a Li-
brarian. He got all the qualifica-
tions and came back and did
magnificent work in the Library,
but he had been moved and taken
to another office altogether.

Why spend money on people to
do special work and then take
them away and put them in places
for which they have had no
special training and possibly no
talent?

“I believe that statisticians say
that if a thing happens two or
three times,-it-may be a coinci-
dence, but when it happens sev-
eral times, it must be due to some
policy or lack of policy.

“I want to focus attention now

on what is happening in these
posts. A raan can never be satis-
fied after being trained for a

special job to be taken away and
sent at the same salary or slightly
more to do something he knows
nothing about.

“It is Impossible for anyone to
give wholehearted service to a
Government when that sort of
thing goes on.”

He said that it would be very
much better in the case of Mr.
Wiles and others to increase their
salaries and keep them on jobs
they were doing. “The library is
one of the most important depart-
ments in this country. It serves
the whole community and we
should have an experienced and
trained man there.” Be

Mr. Wiles had given magnifi-
cent service in the Library, and
it seemed a tragedy and want ot
foresight that such things shouid
be allowed to happen continu-
ously.

Hon'ble V. C. Gale supported
what the Hon'ble Mr. Pile, had
said in the case of leave passages.
He said that the matter had been

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any other plantation or dairy
in the island had anything of the
sort.

They had always been hearing
of the necessity for devising ways
and means to get employment for
the people, but it did appear to
tim that Government was travel-
ling faster than private enterpr
in putting more people out of en
ployment. “I daresay soine
technical officer has advised on
fetting this piece of machinery,
but we have to think in ternis.of
to be ma- how many people are going to be

_ rest of their lives put out of employment.”
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hanging fire for nearly two years
and it would be increasingly hard
for the Government to get people
to come this colony, having ft
the requisite qualifications, if they
were not going to give leave pas-
sages,
AS

Hon'ble Dr. Massiah had
said, the Education Department
Was experiencing extreme diffi-
culty in keeping qualified mem-
bers of the teaching staff

“It is not like in the old day's
when a man could get passage 10
Engiand for £30 return. That
passage to-day is nearly £10C cnc
way. You cannot expect people
to come to this colony
rooned for
wait



or they get another

appointment when the next doo Mr a that

colonies are giving leave passages. the ite: ne 8 leted from the
“We have lIcst some of the best asta tion oe

masters at Harrison College ana “™‘S ; a) Pret

Lodse ‘School aieerthen. a lagke Mr. W. A. Crawford {o) ae

of leave passages. | am at pre- referred to the land for the piay-

ing field. He said: “I want to
suggest to Government that this
half acre is totally inadequate as
a playing field for the school
even if it were a playing field
before. Steps should be taken to
acquire some more of the adjacent

sent, Cigarman of the Governing
Body of Combermere School. We
have been trying to get masters
for the last six months, but they
will not come unless they can get
leave passages.



‘It is very difficult f > 2 .
when they cone lea oes a eae ao an the blic
reasonable housing accommodaa- = Spagtepeaet eee

schools the proportion is one acre
to every 30 children. This school
has approximately 300 children.

Speaking of the reouirements
at the Central Livestock station,
Mr. Crawford said that it was
more or less significant that both

tion and I am pleased to see that
the Government have made a
move in that respect. They have
taken buildings belonging to the
Imperial Government at the Gar-
ilson and are now letting them to

civil servants. They are moving the hon. senior member for St.
in the right direction and I com- John and he should have risen
pliment them on that.” almost simultaneously to offer

He said that they should face observations on this matter.
up to this matter of leave passages A certain” amount of mechan-
and face up to it very soon, or ism of agriculture in the island
they would find themselves in was more or less inevitable if it
great difficulty in filling any of were to increase production, said
the executive posts in the island, Mr. Crawford, and if it were to
especially in the Education improve our standard of efiicien-
Department, ey to the maximum extent, “But
The Hon'ble the Colonial this Farm Manure Loader and
Secretary also spoke on this sub- Spreader can be regarded as an
ject, a report of which will appear unusual machine, I doubt wheth-
in a later issue, er there are many others in this
colony. I have never seen one,
1 am of the opinion that it is a
machine which, at this stage, we
should do without.”
Not Dithcuit
what I know of this
Own Correspondent) colony, I really cannot support
LONDON, July 10. the claim, that it is so difficult
Sponsored by the British Coun- to get farmyard manure spread
cil, Mr. A, Bonner, a member of that the Government Farm _ has



Jamaicans Will Get
Lectures On Co-Op.

(From Our

“From

the staff of the Co-operative to get a machine for the purpose,
College, Loughborough, leaves What is necessary is to offer a
London by air on July 13 for little extra incentive for loading
Jamaica, where he will spend @nd throwing out the manure.”

six weeks as lecturer to a sum- It was distasteful work of

mer school n the Co-operative Course, and_unless one loved the
Movement g oe soil he would not get near it. A
" : 7 ‘ s i . 1
This is being organised by the little extra pay, however, would
Jamaica Co-operative Union in — Saat ae
conjunction witia the Extramural ,, The big plantations had createc
eave bh : .,, dissatisfaction in many phases of
Department of the University {oultural k Th Kk
Cotlege of the West Indies and agr ural work, e workers

were dissatisfied year after year

the Jamaica Social Welfare Com- for doing work on the estates for

mission, Mr, Bonner’s expenses ; :
in Jamaica will be met by the be ene. bs - treed
Loughborough college and the they oe Oo Pe
Jamaica Co-operative Union, Pp ,

Mr. Crawford said that the

while the British Council is paying \orkers should be allowed to

his return fare, He is due to ;
eiatix ihe oie dae te occupy a portion of the land and
oe back in London on August pointed t that where this had

been done there was seldom any
complaints about lack of labour
or anything of the sort. “At the
Pine where we have this dairy
farm there is also a_ certain
amount of agricultural land, put
people on some of this land,” he



Jca Govt. Plas Big
Anti-T.B. Campaign

(From Our Own Correspondent) .
KINGSTON, J’ca. June 29. said,

Mobile Units, laboratory equip- Mr. H. A. Dowding (E) said
ment, refrigerators and other that he loved the people; he loved
material for a two-year campaign the smell of the manure; and he
against tuberculosis planned by also loved the people that tilled
the Government have arrived in the soil.

Jamaica and this week the Medical The manure spreader was
Department will seek premises to mecessary to any dairy industry
set up the laboratary which will Which also had land under culti-
be headquarters of the campaign, Vation. There was already one,

The country’s biggest anti-tuber- to his knowledge, in the island;

culosis programme is to be pro- there was another to his know-



secuted jointly by the Government !edge on order, and there was
and the World Health Organisa- ancther one shortly to be orderea,
tion, a subsidiary of the UN, and “To suggest that plantations

wait and watch what is happen-
ing at the Central Livestock
Station before they adopt methods

is planned to test every person in
the island, immunising those who
are free of the disease and treat-



. seis Kohat om which increase production, is
ag AG” CARES: COV ELSE, ridiculous to say the least,”

Mr, Dowding said that as fat
Vierchants Demand as he knew the item “manure

loader and spreader” was two sep-
arate things. The manure Joader
is attached to the wheel type
(From Our Own Correspondent! tractor that loads the manure 1
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 10. its receptacle, This has a revol-
Retail merchants of Trinidad ving bottom with a machine at
have met in Port-of-Spain and the back of it to swvoread the
agreed to “close down’ their manure out over the field.
business, if the Government did He personally thought it was
not consider giving them a more} worthwhile to have this equip-
reasonable margin of profits on| ment,
consumer commodities, am
Emphasising the necessity for
changes in the mark-ups, Mr.
Almandoz, a leading businessman
said: “We want te go forward
step by step in a_ responsible
manner, so that when we put
forward our memorial to the
Government asking for what we
want, there will be no retreat.
We are not asking for anything
extraordinary, We are asking the
authorities to give us just rates.”

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To Organize Pilot Service

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, June 29.

Establishment of a Pilotage
Authority has been accepted fn
principle by the Government of
Jamaica and steps are being taken
for the setting up of a committee
to make recommendations for the
functioning of such a body.

Conditions under which pilots
operate in the Port of Kingston
have deteriorated considerably and
the Government has decided that
it is desirable that the pilotage
service should be orderly organ-
ised.



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TRADE WITH
CANADA

“We in Canada look upon
the British West Indies as
our natural export market.
We have seen our trade de-

velop there over the years
and we have farmed many
close friendships in that
area. In many ways, the
trade of Canada and _ the
West Indies is naturally
“omplementary; and, as we

are great believers in two-
way trade, we are glad to
see the steady increase in
imports from the Islands
from 20 millions in 1988 to

7 millions in 1950.

“On the other hand, our
exports to the BWI have un-
fortunately not grown pro-
partionately. Despite very
substantial exports to the
B.W.1, during the war years
and in the years immediate-
ly after the war, the impo-
sition by the United King-
dom government of ex-
change and other restrictions
on exporters seeking to do
business in the sterling area
has meant that our Canadian
export trade to the Islands
has been limited in scope and
artificially restrained.

“The U.K. Government
has made some concessions
to help our trade with the
West Indies. So far we
must admit that the conces-
sions have been small and
disappointing. We are most
hopeful that the’ recent ‘ne-
gotiations in London and
Ottawa will bring about a
more substantial measure of
relief from restrictions.

“We cannot believe that
the present barriers to our
trade inthe B.W.I are in the
best interest of Canada and
the BWI, or indeed of the
United Kingdom. We urge
most strongly that this prob-

lem be approached with
broadmindedness, with cour-
age and with foresighted-
ness.

“Trade cannot be artificial-
ly channelled and deflected
from its natural course and
still survive and develop
healthily. The experience
in the B.W.I. leaves no
doubt that the measures
taken to restrict our natural
trade there have not really
been to anyone’s advantage,

“We look with confidence

to the time (which we hope
will be very soon) when all
exchange restrictions will be
removed between Canada
and the B.W.I, allowing trade
to take its natural course in
the atmosphere of healthy
competition.”
. J. |Gwynn, President
Canadian Exporters Associa-
tion, welcoming the B.W.1.
delegation to Montreal.



House Postpone
Scholarship Bill

The House of Assembly yester-

day postponed discussion on an
Amendment to the Government
Scholarships Bill by the Other
Place,

The Bill, as passed by the
House, gave the Governor-in-

Executive Committee the perog-
ative to inerease the allowance
for the Barbados Scholarships
from $240 to $576 as from Sep-
tember 28, 1950.

The Amendment suggested by
the Other Place sought to give
the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee the power to interact the
Bill from September 1 and added
“not exceeding” $576.

The amendment from the Othe
Place was accompanied by an ex
planatory message which wa
seeking the House's approval
Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) drew to the
attention of the House that it wa:
an intrusion on their perogative
“It should not be done,” he said
“because it was equivalent to
making a new Bill.”

Dr. Cummins (L) who hac
moved that the House approve
of the Other Place’s amendment
finally asked to withdraw his mo-
tion for the time. being.










40 Sit B’dos

Scholarship

the Bar-
year—34

Forty Barbadians sat
bados Scholarship this
boys and six girls.

Thirty-two of the 40 were
from Farrison College, two fron
Lodge and six from Queen's Col-
lege.

Harrison College entered 11 fo
Matheniaties, and seven for eacl
ot the other groups, Modern
Studies, Classics and Science.

Seventy-seven entered for
General . Certificate of Education
at. the advanced level. Fifty
three were from Harrison Col
lege, 11 from Queen's Collegy
12 from Lodge and 1 from Cod-
rington High School

Three hundred and thirty eigh
students will sit the Genera
Ceptificgte at the Ordinary leve
this month. Ninety-two from
Harrison College, 46 fron
Queen's College, 27 from Lodge
i4 from Codrington High Schoo
40 from Foundation Boys, Parr
7, Coleridge 11, Alleyne 11, Mod-
orn High Sahool 56, Girls Foun-
dation 6, Alexandria 13, St
Michael’s” Girls’ 29, Ursuline
Convent 15 and St. Winifred 1.

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Combermere has entered n
pupils, but pupils from thr
school will take the Camnbridg

at the end of the year



ined, Bound Over
For Bodily Harm

A jury at the Court of Grana
Sessions yesterday found Clot-
telle Miller guilty of — inflictin,
grievous bodily harm on Mets
Payne on November 7. His Hon
our the Chief Justice Sir Allar
Collymore fined her $4.80 anc
bound her over to keep the
peace for 12 months in the sun
of $48.00.

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker appeare:
on behalf of Miller while Mr. W
W. Reece, K.C., Solicitor Gen
eval, prosecuted for the Crown.

Meta Payne of Spooner's Hii
said that she knew Miller fo
about two years. On Novembe
7 avout 4.30 p.m. Clottelle Mil

lee threw two stones at her an
ws her left thumb as_ the
“caught hold and fought.”

She went to the General Hos

pital for the bite after being ai
\ended by Dr. C. Manning. He
lett thumb was amputated at th
Hospital.

One witneSs for the defence
Gwendolyn Yard--said that Met
Payne put her left hand on Mil
ler’s mouth while tney wer
fighting



C.J. Postpories
Seiitence

His Honour the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymore at the Cour
of Grand — Sessions yesterday
postponed sentence on Mervir
Lashley who was found guilty o
aiding and abetting Winifrec
Bryan in throwing corrosive fluic
on St. Clair Bryan.

The offence was committed
March 5, 1951. Counsel
Lashley was Mr. J. S. B, Dear anc
Mr. W. W. Reece prosecuted fo:
the Crown

The keeper of the criminal re
cords told the Court that Lashley
was convicted in 1945 for aidin;
and abetting Richard Harding i
throwing corrosive fluid on Reu-
bin Crick,

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WEDNESDAY, JULY. 11, 1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.

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The charge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknow!- FOR SALE
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

Minimum charge weék 72 eents and
9 cents Sundays 24 words uver 24
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sis| tacmenwone ass s.-st| Glands Made Young ¥_ xorice ‘a
week—4 cents a/werds 3. cent: sord A a z r ra . | .
ses Soman, me ones con : Yi) LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER #8, sper avon |
Â¥, hat MOHMED SAYED
HELP —Vigour Renewed PIPRAWALA of Kensingtot
ote | \ FOR New Road, St Michael ig ape om °
break edesaren on ee att ot Renker Avie } plying to the Governor for S °
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additional word. word on Sundays July 15. Telephone 3103 Securnte ang -sapia Sehagtheman tease Jelly Crystals, Salad Cream, Mayonnaise, Horlick’s Malted person who knows any réa-
| ? s , capa- \ aie , . . . ; ’ pt BB.

Par, tints Mertens 6: Bagadement 11.7.51—in tile of preparing working, drawings and | jp2%¥ou feel old before your time or sulter Milk, Sweet Corn, Empire ¢ offee, Breakfast Rolls, C & B son Ww h y naturalization
announcements in Carib Calling the AUTOMOTIVE FLAT—At Coral Sands, Worthing. 1 an for first class buildings, all tynes.| you will Fyn Sappineen and health in Browning for Gravies, 5, 7 and 8-Ib. Tins Toffee, Extra should not be granted should I
charge ts $3.00 for any number of words! | modern furnished flat, good sea bathing nterviews will be arranged in Barbados;/ in American medical discovery which re- Strong Mints, Chef Sauce, Apple Sauce, Heinz & Fray send a written and signed
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each! For further particulars. Dial 8134. Alma write - giving full particulars age, ig] stores youthful vigour and vitality quicker Bentos Canned Soups, 7-lb. Tins Prunes statement of the facts to the
additional wo-d. Terms cash. Phone 2508 | ~~~ ene eee nemo | RN. 27.6.51—t¢ perience, selary required to W. H./ han operations. It is a simple home Colonial Secretary ry

my 7 Re ccithie hevthte fm [Watkins & Pa r | jreatment in tablet form, discovered by an al * é "ae

between 8.30 und 4 p.m., U3 for Death; : } — seine biip ails rpc rtners, FF. R.IB.A Ameri ‘Doctor. Absolutely harmless and 11.7.51.—3n + he
Notices only after 4 p.m, | C ne 19 7 Chevrolet in good order SMALL FLAT, partly furnished For P.O.B. 251, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad } easy to ‘e, but the newest and most pow- e 02 .—vohh, J

; App y to Springer, Rock Hall, + Angrer further particulars Phone 83835 11.7.51—3n. | srful tnvigourator known to solence. is % oe

7 5i—in Saih 2S Soh See eas Se cows pianda, Bates, On R5GGGSSSSCESCEESSSSELET,

a at a ean be eis te] FOGMION OrERED Anime | Mi ormae gulieees eect || OW DP, TAYLOR & SONS LTD. Nik NoTICE. ON
F UNCEMENTS ik jodge Car, 5 passengers, First uired for our office. Salary $40.00. t you can see ‘eel now ji a y # ; WV Ey . ~ %
ANN riass order, Ncw tyres. Apply Fort Royal » = Applicant must , . body pewer and vigour in 24 to 48 hours s >
ccourvmemeieaiaiatenae haa iamamtbaacan | OUTege 11 7.61--3n i ILI¢ SALES knowledge of aa cal Weleda’ Because of its So pa » is enn CE 2

HOLIDAY RESORTS—Grenada—Isie of | ———~ repr - Student with School Certificat in| 2erves, your er, mory an is hereby given 5 .
Spices. SANTA MARIA—loveliest hotel} CARS--Vauxhail 14/6 in perfect con- . | also be considered Write ‘stating quali: open roe improve amazingly, vieeur that SALEH MAHMAD AS-._ &
in Caribbean, Rates’ from $7.00 per head | tlition new tvres, paint ete, Also Vaux- REAL ESTATE fications and references \ -estorer, Walled VieTabs, is Suaraatest Ti WAT of Mahogany Lane, s
per day. GRAND HOTEL—in best resi- | hall 1° (Wvvern) in good shape, Apply | ——-—— sdf, Ar tications should be posted and not| tas been tested and proved by thousands Bridgetown is applying to vine
dential district under Government House! Barbados Agencies. Ring 4908 ALLEYNE VILLE, a cottage in Hasti brought in n America, and: is now available at all c » Gov 4 - ; > vsat
till, Rates from $5.00 per head per day. | 10.7.51. —6n | Mext to Hotel Royal. All modern ae Johnson's Stationery 10.7.51—-2n,} 2hemists here. Get Vi-Tabs from your A as. ae the Governor for naturaliza- e
SEASIDE INN—On Grand Anse Bathing niences. inspection by arrangement Piel Stosindeligindaidipinieiendiiiainemadiood chemist today. Put it to the test. See the tion, and that any persen-

Beach. Rates from $4.00 per hi per! CAR—One (1) Prefect Ford in good ! 4151 , 11 7.$t—s big iycovemens te 36 Bours. Tske the who knows any reason why y
day. Enquiries to D. M. Slinger, Grenada, | condition. 4 new tyres. Apply to M. C cea reli ta LO T full bottle, which lasts eight days, under } nat lizati should
26.6.51—78n.| James, c/o Bata, Swan Street HOUSE: Board a —— oe ST & FOUL ND the positive guarantee that it must make aturalization should not be s
| able « a and shingled 20 x 11 you full of ur, energy and vitality, granted should send a writ- %
8,7.51—6n., | See po ese os 9, enclosed. Situ- ey ee ee and feel 10 © 20 years younger oF : ten and signed statement of
MENT NOTICE | =Scee ear e| Reaeear ie elope ene gt nied statement of
-u good working C. Skeete, Dist. “E" Sts ‘ A special, double- h bottle of 48 Vi- the facts to the Colonial %
GOVERN iodine. With. Stains camer DRED, Romie 1 PONE. No renabnakie eae ee St serge Bridgetown on Friday 6th. > abs costs little, Secretary é x
Stoute’s Drug Store or Marshall & 10.7.31—2 ye keys attached by a small brass | abs and the tee es ‘ Xs 3
Ee Edward's Garage, Roebuck Street, ie Finder will be rewarded on | protects you, 11.7,51.—8n. % Sh
where it can be seen. Phone 249 or| POULTRY FARM— including how even same to the ADVOCATE| Restores Manhood and Vitality } EnbrOrtatat atest tb uctd tated x -—S
TERMINATION OF THE £ TATE) %53 22.6.51—tf-n. | bungalow; over an acre of land with on Ce Es ae e AAR AANA nn lla
OF WAR WITH GERMANY. entrancing View of the sea. Hatching | —— RE Sirians: ea
: ELECTRIC sz. ae and other Poultry appliances ie aoe nea ens —— _s = i

It is notified that the formal} ——~—-——~- -— - ; as present stock of chicks etc SELLING? 3} =
state of War with Germany is| PHILCO REFRIGERATOR: 914 cubic eee “ane tae Series aeeeias tos Pann OFFICIAL NOTICE . eS ? $=
terminated as from 3 p.m. today ft. Full width freezing chamber. Brand | Isiand Poradas. latechated leaving tne | BARBADOS. aes

AY) new unit. Reconditioned throughout, | Kelly ¢ reste write O. IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY A E BUYERS mma
(GMT), the 9th day of July, 1951.| may be inspected at Leo Yard, Cheap- y. ¢/O the Advocate. —10.7.51—1n. IN PURSUANCE of the Chancery Act, 1906 I de hereby give notices to all s
On the instucticte. of His! side Apply H. L. Smith. Sandford, | | Persons having or claiming any estate vigtt os aoe e notics to a We t enti t Lee s
) om ru ; S| St. Philip. y 9th tee AUCTION brane in or affecting the pate. vient erest ur any lien or incum- e buy anything connecte
ty’s ‘ipa ~ ary ‘ property hereinafter mentioned (the oper ‘ . mi
State. ‘tor *Farewgn ‘Amine es REFRIGERATOR — One (1) Westing-| 1 atineinetn +e Ae Of thee wipiow aris herr teitoueces, with STAMPS, Sheets, Sin- )
' ‘ ¥ , oe e esting~- have been instructed by Th ents and vouchers to be examined by me or any Tuesda’ or Friday between 3 . ; a
United Kingdom High aa at house, in good working order. Apply:|Govt. in Exccutiy 7 @}the hours of 12 noon and 3 o'cl s afte , : Mico gle Stamps, Collections, Ac- :
J , ® Con o'clock in the afternoon at the Registrat OMice %,
sioner in Germany addressed a, ¥: ®- Tempro. Phone eae roe es sell by | public Auction at Senet, a that caste iene pemesann berare the 14th day of ‘September, 1951, In coe SELECT THE FOLLOWING BUILDING NEEDS !! cumulations. and Covers, % >
‘ ake _ 6.51.4. ednesday the llth at 2 o'clock. : claims may, be report on and renked according to the nature ar P , oe
communication to ‘ the Federaly —————_______ Dodge Ambulance ohne doe One| priority thereof respectively, otherwise such panne ai be cheskidaa ss CEMENT (Drums & Bags) Good prices Paid at the— ¥ a
Government of Germany in the MECHANICAL DARCY A. SCOTT the benefits of any decree and be deprived of all claims on or against the said 3 ¥ id
following terms: Government Auctioneer, | P™Perh : BAR IRON (In all Sizes) / Caribbean Stamp Society ¢ —
His Majesty’s Government in] , MOWER—One Ransome Motor Mower. ¥-U6}—in Ditendant? ROSITA GORDON COO! wae aaa er / 3rd Floor, No. 10, Swan St s
ta . sail +. | little used Apply J Connell Phone | 7 ~~ r. ; . a “OOLS YALL 0 Db , . » Swan * v

the United Kingdom, bearing in} 9953 8 7.51—Sn I am instructed to offer for sale that By Orey THAT PAINTS & ENAMELS (In all Brands) »

mind that on 3rd September, | —————— —_________ | very comfortable stone Bungalow called certain sugar plantation called “THE SPA” situate in the ” per OOOO

1939 a state of war was notified MISCELLANEOUS Marwin” at Maxwell Road, Christ | B@t!sh of Saint Joseph in this Island and containing by estimation WI All ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES = | — —§ Wi 6ooos ¢ POPP SOPOL SEs

with the German Reich | Church. It is nearly shaded with trees} A's 26 perches of land or thereabouts abutting and bounding on lands now x

3 an Reich, —__—_——__— ——-———_ | ind is off the main road with open |e late af Mount Wilton, Parkes, Richmond Hill, Cane Garden and Fruitful Hill And Many Other Useful ITEMS Too Numerous to Mention $

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that active hostilities were nus pt iigd ur Pa oer Be Paiva drawing and dining rooms. age al es 7 or late of WN. Vaughn, Joseph Bradshaw, Samuel a
, . anlarati ren | » * ewels, ne iver | 3 bedrooms, toil ; uentin an rederick Augustus Ishmael and the blie a : yeve " *

oe bss - as eneH re-| water-colours. Early books, Maps, | servants alan Tecate ee a else the same may abut and bound Palethes coils the ticeeeane Srakeciinekon Pay US a Visit before making your Selection

garding the surrender of the; Autographs etc., at Gorringes Antique|/on which it stands. Ht is at Bieaent windmill, boiling house and other buildings thereon and thereto belonging ; Elsewhere. x

German Peich issued on the 5th] Shop, adjoining Royal sae ee in vacant. : * H. WILLIAMS, d h x 2

> theless 50—~ ‘or parti 8,3 , Registrar-in-Chancer p Aw

Jute, see but nevertheless the] __ nartichiate spats Birk sid CUCM suka -ades egistrar-in-Chancery © an other x sy

orma Movs e os mad or oe A wind-blown look isn't pretty Sisetine ean Dated 9th July, 1951 | h ~ —

many has continued to subsist] “Amami Wave Set” makes your hair so] Dial 3743 i i -_ ¥

so far as Municipality Law of] sy to set so quick to dry. This ee 6 _ Jee Barbado H rd r Co Ltd cL ld z

the United Kingdom is concern- non-olly preparation keens curls and| I y been instructed by the S a ware * ° 2 Kohler & Cnmpbeli tamdus }

ed, and will so nontin = intl waves firm and wind-proof. Government in Executive Committee to <1 TS ‘ brand upright Pianos. Matchless >

» and. S0 ¢ nue wu KNIGHT'S LTD 11.7.51-—3n. | offer for sale by public auction at the THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS) Value for their Low Prices, One

appropriate action is taken by $$$ ——________——_ | yard of the Department of Highways has Player-action whieh might x

H.M. Government to terminate Shark Retin Tach Ree ed aeR OEE ge peeeins ne ay next the 13th No. 16 Swan Street ‘one Phone 2109, 4406 or 3534 be repairable x

it § sa -i- a e 1949, Jauxha :

i paste Boxes. Within a short while you | Velox blue Saloon car. It ha rom - y E a a o -
that through circumstances| may be the winner of one of the follow- psralively new tyres and tne whee ; Ms ae he eee ore * be
beyond German control it has] !n¢:— 1st Prize $50.00, 2nd Prize $15.00, | holstery as good as new. Terms cash. - i .
as yet proved impossible to con- bye! Ertae’ O00, poner avian, aaa SSS a Electric Pick-up Bakelite Arms $
om ve uc’ e oo Sl eh ‘
clude a Treaty which — would| BLUE JAY— Corn Plasters. Fresh 7 Tate ‘ Plane Rolle, Roane ane Clngal: ¥

dispose of questions arising out} stock at Bruce Weatherhead A nila cal, 72c Gramophone Reeerds s 47

of the state of war with the 1 5!*" | UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM de, to 48, — BUY NOW. s +8

German Reich, have determined|} BRASSIERS: Fi 4 . »

1, Hevea emale Beauty begins ‘ .

that, without prejudice to the] with beautiful Brassiers. We have Amer- af ae ne : sceived, I will sell Vessel From Leaves Due 'e le e 2

Occupation Statute, or to the] lean style Brassiers to At every type of € taste! "Garage, Church Villas ah IGS, “S " Bacoasoe *

decision of questions the settle-] street ‘ 11.7.51—1n | Light Hudson Car 1946 Model. Insured Ss ph TATESMAN +. London 23rd June 9th July % -

ment of which must await the | and iicensed until “1982. tn perfect | 2°S" eee, a .. Glasgow 6th July 20th July e e ‘% .

conclusion of a Treaty, the for-| COMBS & BRUSHES for Dogs, New FR peace ten aha for Taxi. Terms Cash. as’ ADER ee Liverpool 7th July 2ist July 6 SPRY ST ~——-

mal state of war betw th shipment at Bruce Weatherhead Ltd oale F ene S. “STUDENT London 10th July 24th July ‘ .

} _of war between the 10.7.81--2n VINCENT GRIFFITH, SS. “EXPLORER” uly h July i ~~

United Kingdom and Germany Auctioneer S'S. “SPEAKER” London 10th July = 25th July f} CGE ES ere ae e DIAL 4069 aoe See

shall be immediately termin-| ‘Christy's Emulsion” is a healing and | !!.7.51—@n ens R .. Liverpool 20th July 4th Aug.

ated. ipparenrts Emulsion for Chafing, Sun- Se een sanentnrindiinnnnininninimensnetnaiae a

Hurd CCRIGHIER and OCRLERIE wots the HOMEWARD FOE THE UNITED KINGDOM '
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SYLVAN D. C. SKEETE,
E. Station
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with water
for kitchen garden.

Price: £500, 0. 0.
Mortgage can be arranged |

Dist
Peter
10.7, 51—2n
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are hereby warned against
giving credit to my wife GERALDINE
HOLDER ‘nee Blades) as I do not hold
lf responsible for her or anyone cise
debts or debts in my
a written order signed

CECIL JEMMOTT
Phone 4563
Over Knights, 33, Broad St.
10.7.51—1n,

The public

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FRANK HOLDER,
Delamere Land,
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' FOR YOUR INSURANCE

NEEDS — CONSILT
ANDREW D-. SHEPPARD
Representing

Confederation Li’e Association
C/o F. B. ARMSTRONG LTD.,

LRIDGETOWP “3ARBADOS.

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ing published that the formal state; ready for emergencies. Price 1/6 bot Piv tnstructeite Waeebtes Closes in oD 4
of war with Germany has termin- KINIGHT’S LTD 11,7, 51—3n Tete Ti tea eee Vessel For Barbados ’ Sus ets eH e ,
for sale by public auction on Thursday | S.S. “SCULPTOR” Liver *,
ated as from 3 p.m. (GMT) on the] = — | next the 12th July at 2 o'clock at Lower|Gig’ « 9 . Liverpool 18th July *
9th day of July, 1951. See pee ae sy iee Station Hill, St, Michael, one double] o'a “TRIBESMAN” . London 25th July
His Majesty's Gove > shapes, all of good quality | roofed house with shop attached, and S.S. “STRATEGIST” . Greenock 26th July
is ajesty's sovernment in] and marked Cheap. KNIGHT'S DRUG | ; 168 sq. ft. of land. Also the household | =——>——————— S VN -_
the United Kingdom must reserve! STORES 10.7,51—2n. | sirniture. ‘Terms cash. D'Arey A. Scott, | For further information apply te wept Re HO I PLA I KS 12 0
the right to retain any money or| ~gsTERBROOK PENS—We have them | Auctioneer. 6.7.51—5n pply si NT amie oD =-
property subject to control by|—a’so a few spare nibs. Call early} |... DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—Agents 3
virtue of Trading with the Enemy] Knights (Pheonix). 10.7,51—2n. PUM 1m NOT CE v4 ;
legislation or in the custody of any “FRERE PILGRIM. SLING—You can 4 I Ss e ° e a9 ay y * -
prize court but they desire to re-] get this from our Soda Fountain. Ten cents per ayate line on week-days n ational Steamshi j s “J UNIOR I LE - I RIC a
call that under that legislation no} (KNIGHT'S Pheonix). 30.7,51—2n. | 2nd 12 cents per agate line on Sundays, 4 og
obstacle has been placed since] ————————————_ reais pharne | $1.50 on week-days sips aiiphaepsthdiieahciaialenlain Dadi ansssisocihanditaneahisabiteatin ree } 7
29.3.49 in the way of the resump- mare cleaning your Suits, Frocks, Hats, .80 on Sundays. SOUTHBOUND ei, a eis _
rr” fe, . ‘oats ete., ete, try ‘‘Scrubb’s Dry 7 Sails Sails Arrives Salts
a - oa pecsceeriee and finan-] Cleaner.” Price 1/9’ bot. * NOTICE Name of Ship Montreal, Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados | & co
cia ealings between persons in] Obtainable at KINGHT'S LTD. Applications for a vacant Bulkeley “ ‘ COOKER
the United Kingdom and persons ni heneeoes Tn Bote eae eee vena Rey Sete GANS CRUISER i0 ae 13 a ‘ a a uly - vue = * WITH OVEN i
in Germany or of the acquisition —— i rst or second grade school of the Island| CAN. CHALLENGER 20 July —.23. July ae cue A.F.S., F.V.A
; GENTS THREE PIECE GRAY 2 will be receiv , ’ 3 July -- 1 Aug. 2 Aug .F.S., F.V.A. ;
of property not then subject tc] surT. Approximate erat x Wee ya. be received by me up to the 1th. | LADY RODNEY .. 80 July 2 Aug 4 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug
: ain a2 . ill I 38 DI . y Se ‘ CAN. CONSTRUCTOR 9 Aug. 12 Aug . 21 Aug 22 Aug ey
control, and this position wi 10.7,.51—t.f.n, Candidates must be sons of parents] LADY NELSON 20 Au 23 A 5A 3 Se . y
remain unaltered. _ 5 ened aaa in straitened circurmstances having a a a PES ali it ee . : ug. s ci sbabd Sey 4 Sept. GRILL d e FOR SALE
Contracts concluded before thel « aA ANOS an vy gauge 9 settlement jin St. George or liable to NORTHBOUND an HOTPLATE.. ial e al
ran Mate ceeds TT fi $7.50, 7 is sf umi ‘ium be rated there and must not be more Arrives Salls Arrives Arrives Arrives "TOBRUK", Cattlewash, Bath-
war between persons in the Unitec] Sheets 6 ft. 8 ft. 10 ft. At Ralph| than 13 years of age Name of Ship Barbados Barbados. Boston Halifax Mont sheba-—A picturesque holiday t
Kingdom and persons in Germany | Beard’s Hardwood Alley. 10.7.51-2n.| A baptismal certificate and letter, : Tere on the beach with about a. berg
will also remain subject to Trad Seg - from the Headmaster of the school] LADY NELSON 27 July 29 July 7 Aug 9 Aug 12 Aug. of land Timber construction
ing with the Enemy legislation dre ROOL | Sg are BARS—| which applicant attends must accom-] LADY RODNEY 25 Aug. ‘8 Aug 6 Sept 8 Sept 11 Sept oe raised on stone pillars, sound con-
ae 2 3 These are in great deman Call ear’y pany application. Forms of application| LADY NELSON 16 Sept. 18 Sept 27 Sept 28 Sept, 2 Cet dition throughout. There are 3
b . t * elude ) 5 f &
ut contracts concluded on 0)] Knight's (Pheonix) 10,7,.51—2n. | must be obtained from me LADY RODNEY 16 Oct, 18 Oct 27 Oct 28 Oct, 1 Novr. bedrooms with wash — basins, fi
after 29.2.49 have been in the | S=conpe - - __ K. MASON, i i lounge, wide gallery overlooking *
same position as contracts con aah ae Ae eee Pe Soe GSK, Yaar eh ees } the sep, kitchen, servant's rooms x
é ven’ ( %
omen with . e sae < hace Ma t got it in stock. A ey f eo GARDINER AUSTIN & co LTD. Agents CITY GARAGE TRADING Co Ltd j Offers invited a
Fi v country anc oO gbste a. c= ch = -. . '
have been or will be raised it BAtee: . Geccnanand Pads. Call at NOTICE —_—_——— _ - “WINSDALE”, Cheapside— Single ~y
connexion with them by reason ¢ } toberts Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Bay PARISH OF ST, JOHN \ storey residence only $ minutes
the fact that a formal state of wa | Steet | Prefer to sell by doren ‘or in| Applications for one) Vents Exnibl:| ROVAL NETHERLANDS VICTORIA STREET—DIAL 4671 an So eee ny ees cue i
has previously existed betwee J wser_ quantities Bee TOD ae ee ee enia Gade 800. pare on STEAMSHIP CO. FRE H dahs, 4 bedrooms. Good value for
the United Kingdom and German: SPFCIAL OFFER: 6 Jars of Chivers | Thursday the 12th July. 1951. ‘ the accommodation offered ‘
11.7.51—2r ssorted Jams, one pound size, for onk Candidates must be the sons of SAILINGS FROM AMSTERDAM = SAAD DLL BLAIS ~~ “COUNTRY HOUSE”, St. Jol o
—— ff 2.88. W. A, Medford & Company, Rickett ee re a ere circumstances! M § MAAS—12th July 1951 Cie Gle Transatlantique atone seo cacao : A. e treet 1h 1.61—Bn 1. ae ae en the Tree at the wean M S BONAIRE—13th July 1961. % COLCA PLP OE stone built with shingled roof.
SPRING CUSHION UNITS FOR UP-|tion which will be held at the School|™ 8. HERA—Sist July 1961 % % yA dal A ay che Ia
IOLSTERERS:—Ready packed in Burlap | at 10.30 a.m, on Friday the 13th July. SAILING TO PLYMOUTH? AND ‘ s ms Accommodation comprises 2 ifving :
> Bag), each contains 42 Springs (6 rows | 1951. Applications forms can be obtained AMSTERDAM | - SAILING TO eo s coor = Deer onins kitehen pan
of 7 each) Dimensions 18” x 21”, Limited | at my office during office days and hours|M $8 WILLEMSTAD—10th July 1951 a > ’ Pe > re ‘coms, gurage, servant's
( Ki | din 3 Da § Quantity available, Apply immediately | only. Baptismal certificates to accom-| gaiping To Wauivah cicAad ENGLAND & FRANCE 2 $ bed Vitis Bhatetes aetab le +
+ ‘ " , - POR i " egetable | Ss
ause Ie Y rH Swan Street. Phone 3020 See he Ch, ute aero AND GEORGETOWN S.S. “Colombie” 22nd, July % x garden. Well recommended~ at} 9
: ‘The very first appiication of Nixo- 10.1,51—6n Clerk to the Vestry, ae MOMREnE Sit tone tori 1951, via Martinique and $ price quoted |
erm begins to clear aw: Bd ee ee ee St. John. : ’ tuade » ee
like magic. Uso Nixoderm ‘onl ne TWIN PLEX SHARPHNERS—Sharpen 5.7.51—6n ARTLINE BO SRIAIO AL LA GUAIRA, Guadeloupe. $ ca ttint, Sant i, St. Janes
and you will soon see yo : your Razor Blades with this well known na = Fi AND KINGSTON > d ‘4 eae
s ; Sern ane $33 od sey age > ay
fon ee a tae tat ‘Libs Sharpener—They get a Life time Edge |THE SUGAR INDUSTRY AGRICULTU-|M 8 CONDOR—17th July 1951. ; % building iar eeatiarla in this ‘che
germs and parasites on the skin that | KNIGHT'S DRUG STORE = 10.7.51—2n. RAL BANK ACT, 194% MS ORANJESTAD—18th July 1951 } clusive district, The owne ‘
See re ae ole, Red. Hiotshes,. | ———— DRE 10.7512") tg the creditors holding spectalty liens | ) 2x ua SOUTH BOUND. > had-tai} the ising, ite Te
Wesema, Ringworm, and Eruptions WELDING MATERIALS— Electrodes| against Roach's Plantation, St. Lucy aaa y x sie ete Foe 1 and ts [Prepared to
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Rain Hampers
League Cricket



Turpin Defeats





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Reports Clyde Su a R b SOD paves.” 1 ike to the with’ my ola
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f “Dango.” He lives in luxur. a: ae m_ Correspondent) owever,’ when nglan was
Walcott ly Peter Wilsen netala. I've. ast "pasa See LONDON, July 10 eaught on the damp pitch ana
JUNE 28 house in Hanworth-road, War- ,,.28!8nd beat South Africa by fF, R. Brown’s rescuing act was
After a leng spell of bright I N my first two years as a professional IT wick, ao vhiew _ a not one moment too soon for the
sunshine, rain stopped play in had 22 fights, and in 12 of them I met Maybe his way’s right—maybe edhe’ Bie et” ate Ot the eventual winners.
ew ema of League game fellows Dick—he’s my eldest brother—had ine is Anyway, we'll all know dour and frequent interrup- Again, when it looked as though
as aturday

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after the night of July 10. All 1
hope is that I don’t let anybody

England might clinch matters on

tians by rain.
the Saturday, Cheetham and



s Seek ea rida yn “ . . Bngland’s danger period was in é
eek, Manehan Cheech a ake were wonderful. down. went she» final half hour last night, Rowan held out, and finally, it
vt tv a fo the most p 7 ‘ . eng s. when McCarthy and Chubb un- was Bedser and then Hutton who
cricket: ‘There ite fade. excit- There was the Australian Johnny Best, who ite Jeashed a ferocious onslaught brought England safely home.
ee es oo a alacant toshl forced Dick to retire with an injured hand in four wpon Ikin and Hutton. Both No one could have anticipated
vs Mi of col ur in the b tting rounds. It didn’t do him any good, for Dick told Cc . k t R Its batsmen received knocks on the such a firm fight when the
abs p Olt * at i ma 7 ‘ an . et h <- ‘ ‘
of both teams. Lowerhouse bat- rod, oan fear at en ee whctee sine atl Sie ricke esu band and body from balls which Test commenced, and South Af-
ted first and were all out for 166 Whites suet he tite was The victory I like to ; LONDON, July 9. ose quite sharply off a good rican prestige has risen emasider-
fommy Lowe dismissed the open- thin it is the one with Albert Finch—-my sec- English first class cricket results t-ngth. But, despite these injur- ablv as a result of their efforts.
sug’ batsmen, Marshall and Der ub- ond with him. on October 17, 1950 on Monday . they held firm, and today were The remaining two Tes ; wil
Sec. > oe ea ay Og Oxford University 177 and 159 only narrowly denied the al be subjects of great interest.
shall’s contribution being 20. ‘The :gaq for 6. Cambridge University 168, cf moking the necessary runs for
ower ise 3s} rs are ve C ‘inch bes ie oir in my bad ye; 948, . p —- ¢ ‘ s s
Low thou ©. spe ator are tt F neh best ine gus in ¥. a ay bed yen i} a Somerset 241, Glamorgan 84 victory between ..em—lIkin being SCORES
ae. hath stone nike. whee I won the British middle-weight title. for 3, only 15 mimutes play due out when the total was 18 short. sourn arRICA IST INNINGS 138
tur Rain ee lay when on the Bri n Sg ‘ 2 Melayge ave £ is-
Church had scored 107 for 4 wick- It pleased Dick too, for Finch ; the man who ‘rain, — 6 ne ets, Marshall teking 1 wicket fo had robbed him the honour of winning a Lons- Yorkshire 224 and 31 for 1, p'ay on a wicket where e pa NGLA}
et verti. AS: amore Turpin—fighter dale belt outright Middlesex 207, played strange tricks, but which, .opry AFRICA 2=ND INNINGS it
daetad, Ueaed seceded e bait Kent 202 and 18 for 0, Surrey generally, was too wet to assist : “ Se
santury on. Rawienstail’s pe Up To Ten | 451 for 5, declared. the bowlers. His 98 not out was RNGLAND 2=ND INNING
electric scoreboard on Saturday I still can’t understand how th Twenty-turee year old Ran- Essex 384 for 8 declared, compiled in just under three | sutton not out 8
Australian George Tribe struck teleree made Dick a loser tha doiph Turpin, British Empire Lancashire 221 for 6 bcurs, and apart from a difficult j“rkin b. Mann 38
back by taking 7 Bacup wicke night. Anyway, IT made up my and European champion last Derbyshire 235 and 167 for 2, c'anee off a McCarthy bumper Rk. Simpson not out ;
for 48 runs, and Rawtenstal|, Mind there wasn’t going to be any night defeated Sugar Ray Hampshire 161. when in the 80's, he batted with- Extras ’ ‘
proud to be the first Club in the need for the referee to give Robinson of U.3.A. to become Nottinghamshire 238, North- out a flaw. Total ifor 1 wicket) 142
aancashire League th « ee. decision when I met Finch new middleweight champion amptonshire 371 for 4. ; a
er oe ene oe iahiston All he was going to have to do of the world. 7 : Gieugseterthize 103 and 211 This insleed soe hoon §. male BOWLING ANALYSIS
ion of seeing it register a sixth Was to know how to count—up to The 15 round contest ended for 4, Sussex 376 for 8 declared. of aE ae aa when con or M--R ow
Wicket victory for them. Bacup, '®9 in a decisive points win for Warwickshire 343, Worcester- ting on the rn , ’ 7 their MeCarthy 19 4 46 0
batting first were all out for 134 PETER WILSON says: Arthur Turpin, shire 95 for 6, rain restricted ditions were probably at thelr’ chupb 6 : i" 0
kes topes 55. Raw Batty, a muscle control exper Here is the final instalment play best, could not score well against fewer oe i : ;
tenstall had no difficulty in pa who helps to train Randolph tr of his lire story as he told it , —«cp) _Bedser. They fought back strongly, ™
ing the score for the loss of the gym over a gelatine factory to Peter Wilson
wickets, Weekes taking 3 fo: 9 in Warwick, brewed up the
in 12 ove ; mn : poison for Randolph before that ———
For the first time thig seas dl zi : Be we Whats daa: Sadat ay fobinson and I’m certainly not bet ow | $ | S|
crag ota ae: {ee an re a YC Raenate, enph of. the doing Worried _— ; pethgege = oe For all white shoes — — )
1 their sco at v7 wicl - : ape punches or that he's a foul highte
on Then i a 7 ymne round and then gowy to the ‘ . 7 int
ees eee : sg ‘ end of the queue You don't et a record aes 4
eMuli Cina tine! it Acide At the finish only one of them Robinson's if you're just a dirty i ss muster
anon ary noid —_ ‘ baat — was still standing. But Ran- fighter. White shoes, to pass
ie “i ri eit "the a a f ag dolj he was full of hate I never really studied any boxer, in company, must be spot-
ao Pere ee Finch was on to the biggest apart from Dick, but when I was ,
vith ee ap id Pon 7 , ya 4 thrashing of his lift the only nipper I used to read stories less, immaculate. Use Here's a way to relief . bie
Stylis $ 1e made ‘ ;
even dead-bat defence joo time Ne has ever been knocked ‘ ‘ Do you know that a common
graceful H , tually ?# Propert’s White Renovato cause of backache lies in the
a Pw wes eventuenly He had to burn himself out SONS i hen are health:
caught and bowled by Monkhouse ype q candle to make 11st. 6lb. or Propert’s Shuwhite. No = Sto Shae’ iapurities oe
2 BAW and Turpin gave him the cat-o 1 am proud of my sons— ‘ of the m. When they grow
acne ana eee 2 oe Bine-~taile treatment round -the a "cae oe 8 lot of surer way of making sure lugei these impurities ac-
ir batting strength again on body (he was warned inciden 0 y were ‘ . is umulate and the resulting con-
field when they declared at 199 fo tally for punching near the kid- nothing. — Well, my sons that white shoes are white f gestion is v sina enemas
4 wickets. They maintained their neys) until Finch collapsed have shown them— 3 backache. Witt's Pills are
record of not being bowled out starfishwise in the fifth Randolph Turpin’s mother , special prepared to invigorate
this season and never looked in There was only one blot on Pp RO PE RT’S Kegan kidneys. They act
danger of that event. Bruce Doo- Randolph’s meotettctst record directly on these vital organs, act
land and Reid smashed Enfield’s the time when he had retirec ee i rh as a tonic, toning them up and
hopes of being the first team to - to the Frenchman Jean Stock a A zn See cove, eee SHUWHITE & WHITE RENOVATOR speedily restoring, them to thelr
‘ \ am tt ; a y : re -aVy-weik mn iyi js
bowl them out by taking the score Me wiped that one clean u hen of te World). anid T tried en naa in Cartons with Sponge natural activity. Relief from
from 51, to 156 before Gorton /t¢ thrashed Stock to a standstill | te eS backache follows as a natural

at Leicester last March.

He'd been forced to retire at
the end of the fifth round. It
was ring revenge when he forced
the referee to intervene before
the end of the fifth in his return,

stumped the amateur off Riley and
seven runs later Riley bowled the
professional. Rain stopped play
after Enfield had scored 3 for no
wickets. A poor finish to what had
been a grand afternoon's cricket

: Dick and Jackie aren’t the
Walcott bowled 11 overs for 49 runs only members of his family to
without taking any wickets. have helped Randolph. There

In the Central Lancashire League
Stockport were bowled out by
Crompton for 165 runs. Ramadhin
who has been taking plenty of
wickets in the last few games cap-
tured 4 wickets for 44 runs. Rain
stopped play before Crompton be- things I want to do. I
gan their innings. buy a good runabout car. T want

Ramadhin has re-signed for © go on holiday with George
Crompton for another two years. Middleton to Paris—I boxed there

Castleton Moore batted first ON¢e aS an amateur—or go back
against Radcliffe and declared at to Brussels where I helped Dick to
228 for 6 wickets. Frank Worrell, **4in once. ;
who is suffering from a strained But the thing I want to do most
back did not bowl in the match, 1% t0 buy my mother a really nice
At the close of play Radcliffe house of her own, She deserves
seored 153 for 3 wickets, Worrell Very brick of it.

is his mother. His rather im-
mobile expressionless face soft-
ems and his brown eyes become
liquid when he talks about her,
He says:—

If I win this fight there are three
want to





did not get going on this occasion 494 what does Turpin’s mother
and was out for 5 runs. say? She has the face of a
In the Ribblesdale League Ken Agnter and the anpeaer oh
Rickards was out for a “duck” fighters. | Her blue Se ats
when Darwen had lost 3 wickets nearly Serre. ape 38 vant
for 28 runs before rain. stopped very deaf. There aes caer
lay. tatooed on her fore-arm. He
pia iron-grey hair is twisted back

The West Indies XI did not play
last Sunday. but are scheduled to
play at Fleetwood on Sunday.

tautly.

When she hears you her voice is
strong and fiercely challenging
1s she says:—

1am proud of my sons—proud of
them. They’ve had to do every-



Barracudas

° .
thing for mselves. i
Win Six—One hing or themselves ‘ 1 did
everything I could but it wasn’t
Barracudas scored their third much,



win for the season when they de- A lot of people thought they were
feated Whipporays six goals to one nothing; wanted them to be
in their water polo match at the down. Well, my sons have
Aquatic Club yesterday afternoon, showr them. I won’t say I'm
Harold Rogers playing in the back not worried about this fight, but
line scored two goals for Barracu- I have never stood in Randolph's
das while captain Basil Brooks light He can give as good as he
Eric Johnson, Kenneth Taylor and gets.

Keith Armstrong scored one each, Not This One

Dudley O’Neal scored the lone goal i ;

for Whipporays earily in the first [Ud like vo see him against this
half, Robinson. But Randolph says
In the other game Harrison Col- ‘No, not this one’ and I wouldn't

lege outplayed their heavily built Want to upset him. He says 1
opponents eleven goals to love ean come and watch him when
Billy Manning scored five, “Morti- be, defends his Lonsdale belt.
mer’ Weatherhead three and He's a good boy—like they all
Frank Manning, Geoffrey Jordan ®Fe-

Turpin has no
plans for this fight

particular

and Rolf Redman scored one each a
but he’s not

The teams were:

: > ree hink
Police. M. Richards (Capt.), G. oe oy a fool oe rink that
ea , DP an fader vee he’s going to get out of it en-
Porter, W. Phillips, E. Harris, R. tirely unscratched and without
Alleyne, L. Best and L. Dodson. being hit. He says:—
Harrison College. J. Chabrol, B. You can’t go out into a rain-

Manning, F. Manning, M. Weath-
erhead, G. Jordan, R. Feldman,
and T. Clarke.

Whipporays. C. O'Neal, A. Hunte
(Capt.), R. Redman, F. Redman,

storm
drops.

and expect to miss all
But I'm not

the
worried about



Tavior, P. Fletcher and K. Arm-

Dudley O'Neal, R. Gibson and L, strong

Spence. This afternoon's fixture is Sea
Barracudas. FE. Lopez. BR. Brooks, Nymphs vs. Ursuline Convent.

(Capt.), H. Rogers, E. Johnson, K. Referee : Mr. Mr. K,. Ince,



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on his, blocking and

parrying with my arms instead of
using exaggerated footwork.
Boxing is

the most serious thing

my life. Without it I'd be a

builder’s labourer.

Ambitious

you can be darn sure that

The Night. After all, how

many chances do you get to be a
world champion?

And, of
ambitions.
social club when I retire—not that
that’s going to happen for a long
time yet.

course, I’ve got some
I'd like to open a big

I'm only just 23.



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