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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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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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Another Dollar Crisis Faces Britain

Abadan Refinery Will

Cost $350m Per Year

A NEW DOLLAR CRISIS Shuster inn:
is brewing in Britain, |
and may force the British edvanidnes to seek | D iplomats
‘rs ¥ the first repayment instalment of the! iT
S. loan due on December 31.
The cause of the new crisis, as being widely, urn Down
advertised, is the rearmament programme in the|
Western world. It has forced down British oe Red Plans |
drastically, and caused Britain to pay much higher|
dollar prices for essential raw materials. + idebias “eae: “ae
The result—the shadow of a new dollar gap,—!anxiae tha tens, °
the excess of dollar imports over dollar exports oe, ee Senta We fentert.
(which Britain wiped out early in 1950, so that she} cf newsmen’s caravan by the Rese.
was able to wipe out Marshal! Aid at the beginning) Some of the Communist condi-
of 1951). or a truce appeared te aim





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; at a final settlement of the con-
Now the vicious cycle appears —— — fict rather than for an agreement
to be starting all over again. The }on an armistice,
gold and dollar surplus for the Or } Informed circles described as
entire sterling area dropped dras- 25,000,000 “completely unacceptable,” Com-
tically at the end of June to munists suggestions for the

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cease-fire talks as delivered to the U.N. Iiaise:
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in March, and to $398,000,000 for From Our Own Corre paspeprst | from the present line of defence ot | enti hi
the last quarter of 1950 ee ees “July i U.N. forces. They warned against | ‘ ‘Secondly, cur opinion on the
Thus Britain and the sterling a this Oni ate, ant j; hopes for an easy and speedy ; | ited off i throw tht} problem of nev report
area are headed back for the are ao a - tal oe | agreement. | . ed ( mit t forees of | representatives of the Pre
ts maica increased by over 20% | Tt Re . . ? fe rag bs :
tamiliar days of gold and dollar above the corresponding . le suggestion for a demilitar- va are ted treach- | that neither side's news reporters
deficits. Tne Chancellor of the) period tant year ene if the ized buffer zone in the vicinity of THESE SHEEP phetegraphed in a pen at the Market yesterday were buichered later in the | atiach r 1eV representative can
Exchequer, Hugh Gaitskell, ad-|]° rate is kept up, as is antici- | 2 parallel, i ie mo SC day to provide to-day’s meat ty the housewife, From Montreal comes the news that lamb chops Ailied vnit umped off on inte the area of the meeting
mitted recently, “It is quite likely |] pated, this year’s tourism ie ‘P na ) Ee SO He oo cost more than caviar. Spring lamb, there, is selling at $1.49 per Ib. ave iy ci to -Rummsan. yester until both sides have agreed
that these less favourable influ-|} wi}! contribute almost $25- ee ed it runs north, of the ; Cy , te So ee og sia iba ek Sk, cal aes y hi morning attackit ‘Thirdly, we propose that the
ences will continue during the 000.000 to the national in- aaa grt _ Which be ULN. 8 oe up _anothes mile anc | meeting will be continued at 9.00
next few months.” He was re- come. | forces are holding presently. m . . ] bl lee ti rt Army later were tt a.m. (Pyongyang time). today.”
‘erring to the unfavourable trade This will mean _ nearly Reasons earmamen | OvVves Halians Upse t 1 wundin 2 at dug-in Reds whe Signed: General Nam I }
situation. But all these will be $5,000,000 additional tourist ism three Keasons : af 3 * jeoured heavy imachinegu in Tsenior delegate of the Korean
aggravated by the Iran oil crisis. income this year. Increase }} The withdrawal behind that line i Over Allied } against then Peaples Army, Chinese Peoples
Gaitskell said that the closing of in short stay, visitors is now {| by the U.N, forces during an }, Other U.N. patrol ined up t | Volunteer Delegation. 6.00 a.m.,
the Abadan refinery will cost the| 17% while the number of armistice was said to be not n es sermany “Sell Out” } miles on the eastern front bu'} 13th July, 1951
sterling area another 0,000,000} ee ree peers, DRE Sout oT eet res Jrnade no headw gZainst stee In addition to this message, the
arf ] t 1 lar oil up by 29% | irstly, the present line has * ¢ With the Western Powe: uit efenses arou the Re Chinese cease-fire representative:
su ties a ob r | been established at expense of PRANIEURE ‘Paty 19 ng i eal : : ble R us t . the west.—U.P delivered the Potent messav
Pury : invaluable lives and material WEST GERMAN REARMAMENT moved another ste j & up agi Pipes WUSSIi . 5 bain
h WA ad | effort British, F ' LU tes |? Communist satellit verbally to the U.N. Linaiso:
Ma 5 Wi epOre. closer as a result of Britis rench, anc nited Sta 1 S ‘ : Officer: “Due to difficulty of com-
a u ve | Sac, , . . ee ? . Trieste assumes a great strategi | . ic uc ulty co
sin Milverton ill sata tontae oe a ge Be action ending the legal state of war with this divided coun- | , wwortance, Tt ison the “door | Mer ‘adley Sa Ys U.S. [munication and because the 1
eT: s e at area, which ; : ielicopter did not come-(to Kae-
How will the British get out of AVES also would afford suffici . try. The major political result of the moves was the|siep” of Austria, Hungary d elicop
als ord sufficient pro- , on es on he 9.0
the next dollar crisis? In 1947, Le sc C.D.C. | tection to Seoul. powerful Socialist chieftain Kurt Schumacher’s concession] '1e Balkans, If war came, Trie mene Expand . Aid ne re Py Me Re cue a ee ae
ar ee the an or _ Agee From Our Own Correspondent | acne it is from this area that} that one of his conditions for supporting the new German] “°Uld be one of the object ASHINGTON, July 13 enior delegate has passed. 1
ang the stopping Of senda 2ea ; LONDON, July 13 the Communists have previously “ OF any aggressive arm prim 2 ; vu ‘ ; vi, 4%

’ ’ Sl) y ha 2en met by ied action. He said “the end of : instructed to orn at
$375,000,000 U.S, loan which s starts! A successor is expected to be| launched their most powerful at- Arm) had been met 7 All 7 | ¥ be i Ps dutpost for a defending for Bt Generé ral Umar N Braale hos an 4 Seve i We nt cy net
to fall due at the end of this year! announced shortly to Lord Milver-| tacks against U.N. forces. ‘the state of war is long overdue, It must be considerec But Yugoslav Marxism { Ufying before the House 0 Ase U yggetag , ;
kept the British afloat financially.;ton on the Board of Colonial De- The withdrawal of all foreign one of the pret equisites for solving the problem of Germar | Nationalism and Italian “Irrede 4 fe Poreigr Altairs Committers ot :

By the beginning of 1948, how-] velopment Corporation troops from Korea, would neces- defense contribution.” ism” cannot seem to be meshed ipport of Trumar reque _
ever, It was almost exhausted.j Lord Milverton, former Gov-fsitate the settlement and an t ‘Schqynacher was bitterly anc}Wwith Western overall defense| °° 90,800,000" for econom
The second dollar crisis in that"ernor of Jamaica, was with cp. adequate international control of |eonstantly opposed’. .tos Gerraar | plans. iit ay aid t¢ the nation UK Bae ‘ks UN Chief
year was solved by Marshal! Aid tfor three years. is term o ap- | the whole of Korea, including r x * | e4armament until his cofditions Today, the Italians are e ae oo St rt aid
from which Britain alone drewjpointment ended last month and )Communist controlled areas. The Korean Conflict i ad been met. They fret erembly concerned “nt perarstent Spite BM oe 4 262,900,000. The third erisis-ee-/Mr.James Griffiths, Secretary of | present terms are not considered ‘ . rirst, complete equality for] rumours that the Allies are pr sructnitelia te hea Britain sald that she agreed with
curred in the midst of the Marshall{State for the Colonies, has not | suitable as the basis for an arm- Can Help Sugar Western Germany—diplo.natic-| paring to “sell out” Trieste, and Pogré ere to ay pn mu sian jeneral Matthew Ridg@way’s insis
Aid Programme—late in 1949—and | asked him’ to continue. : .,_ [istice but for the agreement on ar , Jally, politically and in terms off abandon their 1948 pledge to rm REET, LOTT ' ADY.. BYE tence that U.N. newsmen be ad
forced the British Government toj _Last ad bas oe Lord Mil- overall political and _ military NEW YORK, July 13. | military contribution ; The end-| turn it to italy. Yugoslavia, so far . a ae world {Mitted to Kaesong cease-fire talk
Cevalue the pound sterling. From bbe bl if d iP tt YN nea ‘ain settlement of the Korean conflict The continuation of the ||i78 of the wale war Be nt has been silent on the recently t wer ee ee the North| Spekesmen said “the British Gov
then on for 18 months, everything eth i r 1 Reith the: Cor ee at some later date. Korean conflict may bring | long way at ete y Had aip re 4-lreported manoeuvre regardin At lantic: ts a Org lanion 4 ronment coneurs in General Rid
went well. Gold and dollar de- Pacis ouatirate but. rouge Informed circles said that the the sugar market out of its oe anaes F Rey Te Oa ei the Trieste “headach« €ven more important. te a wy than] Way's action He declined
ficits turned to surpluses when} ments to the Corporation ‘rest en-| Original Russian and Chinese current doldrum which may | by ign te cturel Seneenst ont * ill The U.S. policy in trying to sup wa two years agoi. As far a mplify the statement but then
Americans started — stock-piling itirely with the Secretary of State, |2PPproach for an armistice was con-|| result in refiners not buying, || Vitaly satisfy — the politica al] port both Italy and Yugoslavia,} tne North Atlantic area is con-|@4ded “we do not want to do any
rubber and tin for rearmament. “We do not see eye to eye. I sidered as an “expression of thei but awaiting developments. | nabidision Increased speed and to took out for her own tt cerned, there no direction to thin sto prejudice success of nego
At the end of 1950, Britain be-! don’t |agree with their Colonial | genuine desire for an agreement. Sugar Analyst, George E. || -coxing agreement from Frat terests is up again against a Blan! but forward U.P. ition —UP
came the first nation to forego’ policy.” But some of the terms now sug- Keiser, commented about || pyitain and other European coun-| wal! Trieste ihe trae tereiney| Eee
Marshall Aid, but now the rear-! Por twelve months Lord Mil-| gested that the Chinese might the raw sugars thus: “Not tithe on the German thilit of rrieste with sanilatin oft HARRIMAN OFF
mament programme has boomer-jverton was a member of the So-}have had “second thoughts”, un- a sale has been reported this || contribution of full sized divi-| abou 389,000 has been. and stil TO IRAN
anged and British financial affairs cialist Party. He resigned last |less the present terms have been week. With negotiations for || sions plus a tactical air fore: and ind probably will be, one of the “He ll On W he e is” ASHING TC Tul ‘
began to look ominously like they| year and since then has been a| put out as an initial feeler and ty a cease-fire in Korea, the a skeleton navy is expect biggest headaches in Europe, It Ww i ait ae ae bs Ws i
did in 1946, 1947, and 1948, } strong opponent of the proposed} readiness to modify them.—U.P. market seems to be in a neet the military demand has for centuries been the focal BREMEIERHAVEN yr te oY . oe i '
By the end of the year, sterling} Anglo-Cuba Trade Pact. waiting mood with buyers’ centre of Italian “irredentism”.| G ny, July 13 Mrpiane On Py iiey: ty! Aw
area gold and dollar figures will and sellers’ ideas far apart. arenes S ae bie word Maredéhtion’” ia teal The “hell on ahi to try hale settle e Angk
be showing a deficit again,—but’ _ i ° 4 What the market does will conc ition, before he Ww eres Italfan ‘origin. and’ mean an! ond rmoured division began at Iranian oil dispute, a he person
against a very fat reserve of New Job For Bowles Var tety Show Al depend on which side gives || German: coat er LO tn sihieekit: of border districts} riving here to swell the U.S. Army|7CPresentative of Preside: nt
$3,867,000,000 compared with the; 9 k h way first. Cuban sellers are fede {eg ot ‘ oui oe 7 noe AGS) ere -Italian poken U.P.| strength in Germany t n esti-} Pruman. —U.P.
Gevaluation low of $1,340,000,000, WASHINGTON, July, Pocket Theatre particularly firm in their ig rem a) " tential Bo. \mated 150,000 mer 1
3ritain and the sterling areaj Chester Bowles, former Demo- ideas. Raaeery Gene PNY POenusl: Sonnaaee ‘oct Gener i ‘ n, “ ”
can absorb smal) surpluses wath tobaein Governor of Connecticut will | THE University College Extra- Some small lots in Puerto bk emer te mn ns er uc : f: an a : aN Ge is ral ec » Ca tan + | The “ADVOCATE
this reserve. But it is question- be offered the job as next United)Mural Association presented a Rico and the Philippines ™ oat con * he Biatten ' Ate 10 Air mer Killed 100 Fe fy Fi ad “heater 3 mas i A ; f NEWS
wble whether Britain can absorb States Ambassador to India ac-/Variety Show last night at the occasionally make their ae KF Germany UP 1S ave j! rater ’ rhe Divi Mi ar ace Se ‘e | pays for
in that reserve also annual pay- cording to the present Adminis-|British Council Pocket The-; appearance, but buyers seem | 4 any - ? * i i i 1 1 ; E 7 Dial 3113
ments on the U.S. loan and the tration’s plans. atre. Produced and directed unwilling to show _ their In i lane Crash a ee ' : A a ee ; “ A
m On Page 5. ' —U.P. {by Miss Eleanor Nurse the hands.” | LONDON. July 12 [ is oe r sheet Dei rane , of Day or Night.
i cast of thirty students of The Journal of Commerce B | G l i” Sete erate rca g ils 10m na ¢ 1 0
yw : |Queen’s College and Harrison|| has reported European in- e gium x0 “ back aft Beant pe lon , ieave |! forees in Rurope.— —U.t
° I 000 MILLION FLOGDS College gave a lively performance | terest in Cuban sugar tem- | . es \ Ved 6 leat Aen i ¥ "|
9 ' f throughout. Singing, dancing and porarily withdrawn. The | Kin Tuesda cave, ¥ atta Lesin amet ane
- E THREE LIVES IN U. “iacting together the youngsters} ere of bei agen te has We ehiact> pet Mameat. tite: ine
wy treated the audience to amusing regarded as an “unfavour- ms : | ; mld cA) witlen siveat
TAK. °™ episodes. Sketches from “Ham-|| able factor” the drop in BRUSSELS, July 18. | SORA Bs Heid 20 millon we
let” (in rehearsal) “Hiawatha,” deliveries to 103,085 tons for A 20-year-old Prince Royal wil}|! rt a lot Off , Dingle "|
é ; 5 arse awatha, rye f oe e ; e Pilo cer, < ir
KANSAS CITY, Missouri, July 13. “Goodbye Mr. Chips” added to} the be o, a! become = ~ Rive et the io I ara 7. oe es ‘ ioe ri ¢
DISASTROUS FLOODS swamped the huge industrial Ithe variety of the show. Guest| ppt prod en» B, _ er Se ene ore ‘ ent Sasa aha RAW ewe. men |
district of twin Kansas cities on Friday and cut off two- ae Spchaties. pipes || fhe ansed Week « Jear age, pute which nearly plunged. this! quarters — at the edge of Lyneham,
thirds of this city’s drinking water supply and washed Seine Mee, oun pa ai by Mr.| Comment ran “even with- country into civil war, Prince|airfield, but was unable to pull |
ss se was assiste | . ; in ! 10 V tt oY lete out of the
residents from the rooftops. At least three were drowned|"",°"G” Haynes, Mr. P. ©.|| oUt the relation to those | Baudouin, Albert Charles Leopold! the Valetta com; f
5 Seat ti = pape. see i ‘|| weeks the deliveries as they Axel Marie Gustav will succeed) spit There were no survivors, |
and five missing. Many clung to the tree tops awaiting |Eyelyn, and Mr. Gendall who! stood at 103,000 tons could Fig Wisner Den aenis aticenraliliac 10" eismés a” anal 6
rescue, ; i i jirected the Harrisonian be termed low. What is jKing Leopold III, as King Bau-) Lyneham, last night, after a flight)
Major General Lewis A, Peick, more, next week's figure is | douin after a simple swearing in| from Malta where some of them |
° ° owned on pe ‘ ay yu mngloe Rane likely to show a drop of |'ceremony at the Belgian Parlia-| had served several year Phen, |
‘ estimate: ood damage in Kan- ~ i 7 . “ye ared with he “ap ky se NypliresSrigye 7
Gairy Going | sas Say ae ane ee Se Grady Will Resign Te eten aah seed lam , x oy Monday, King Leopold wiil oe a RA F static ; UP
: | 000,000. ; " interna- e the way for his 3 suc~| : } 1
* e : is aa ial Only an unsettled interna we the way for his sor su
G amalca ioe. Soe. aes ae, 6 Waar ete July (18. || tional picture is likely to re- ession by signing the abdication|
crushed two levees and inundat- The White House said on Frey verse the trend and keep the t in Brussels Royal Palace. The ‘* . {
ed 125 city blocks populated by] that Henry F, Grady again re market for the balance of (wy prince was not much more| Fires Kill 14 And
From Our Own Correspondent 10,000 which makes up the ven-| quested permission to resign a the year in step.” Len SAaAlas - | tral industrial area. Ambassador to Iran and Truman ’ p . _UP. } sin fal pare Sat duaante Saat IC i 65 Di ve
GRENADA, July 13 | Part of the area is in this city, | wil] grant the request at an ap- } et off a bi ons a resentme! zause $om AINA
Permission has been granted by | part across the Missouri River in propriate time.—U.P. jamong a great p of his coun-! 3 eo
the Trinidad Government to admit; the sister city of Kansas City. trymen by urrendering the Bel- NEW YORK, July 13 \
Mr. E. M. Gairy an intransit flight] The flood knocked out Turkey ian Army to the Germans in at 4 serics of disastrous explosion
to-day to Jamaica. Gairy has not|Creek pumping station which 940, n res killed 14 persons and |
disclosed the object of his visit, | pi vides two thirds of the water er Last summer the King turned| t least $5,000,000 damage |
but the reason generally accepted} for this city of 453,000 popula- over all his functions to Baudouin : North: in M.M.W.U. circles is that he/tion and for President Truman’s after anti-Leopoldists staged 4). 94 hour period j
goes to consult Mr. N. W, Manley|hqme town of Independence, series of general trike and’ The explosions blew up a build-
in respect to the recent sentences | Missouri and other suburban bloody riots ling at the Du Pont dynamite pla
imposed on people convicted dur-| areas in Jackson County oun Cc in 2 Leopold had remained in volun-} i, elec aid killing four |
ing the June Assizes on charges! Homes and buildings crumbled tary exile in Switzerland since| ' a ns ry at ree noo} srrels of |
‘rising out of the February—junder the torrent. Some one- : the liberation, agent ene 5 i
March riots with a view to their, storey Guildings were covered and ALABAMA, July 13 Police’ believed the ehthrone-| o d gasolin: ning ton |
ones |> nly the tops of some of the Syo THREE MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS reported on Friday |ment would take place without) (ee ye ged building ai. the
The feeling is known to exist torey at ta Were " that they conquered Mount Mec Kinley A North America’s } incidents Violent msg athe op Indianapol ie aireraft plant
above the we é —U. ' return hac n led by| : : : ;
among Unionites that they lacked |#>°V" ‘aoe highest peak on the first successful ascent of its west Mie rctetiote ‘tt | re a of! Fire the waterfronts a
*xecutive s . > we fre Socizlists who are no ( So arolir
teak oat er ene oaee, x oe ’ buttress. Three members of the Mount McKinley Scientific Rune th ehiveement to-put Bbu-| ‘ we oe. me nae
ence, several o > accused re- by th Cas ! g Islar : and ragec
¢ heir o1 ‘ounse 7 y Expedition announced by radio they reached the mountain-|daouin on the Throne ie line : erlanc
¢aining their own counsel . Pp ) ulin or ; brough acres of rich timberla
It is believed that Gairy will sim For Bananas top on Tuesday evening. » Washington and British Colum |
also see Bustamante. Earlier Gairy From Our Own Correspondent - Five ther men were “still
had arranged for air trave’ via KINGSTON, July 10 clin bing’, they said It va iz inted seven expl
Barbados More Lacatan bananas are be- University College |i: 1 time the 20,300 foot moun- A CHOP COSTS $1. 49 r 4 3 t rire ind two othel
ing grown in Jamaica. It is esti- tain has been scaled, put the first | blazes u dnight, last night
2 ated that this variety will add Takes In erry |time anyone has reached the } MONTREAL, July 13. | 7 lamas ire expected
Ss ) ed Ev acuation between 154 and 2 million stems to vee othe pernous unexplores Lamb chops cost more than| exceed 000,000 No eviden i:
| € {2 maica’s banana exports this (Feom Our Own Correspondent Aon Re Three were Dr. Brad-| waviay here. Spring lamb is gell- | bbomade Was found Jes
4 f r L ford Washburn, leader = the ex ny at $1.49 per pound, —U.P. disaster U.P.
ABADAN, July 1s es the of 1951 KINGSTON, July 10. | pedition, James Gale, Arctic ie oe caldsd iis teiiisdibedidsdal eno.
Evacuation of British te chai : pa ors INORINS Ol 100 The University College of the! vival ex and ( Willian r-| >
0,000 stems of Lacatans ye ¢ as ne t i t vatars ‘ | .
ins from Iranian oil fields will : wt West Indies has gone into Hackett, veteran army moun | 2 | i
be tepped ' next week were picked, ©} laundry business climber \ pprove L il 1Ore e an |
ke the iglo-Iran er The laundry the de- a me ze aid = the
< ( . j activated U.S el Air pent day night on the ) uA
. ounced albase has bee vy t pinnacle eturning to the ve - P
: : f h 1 gr Unive College font a on Wednetday Te HOUSE RMED SERVICE OM I
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE JULY 14,

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IS EXCELLENCY the Gov — their author. Loneliness. That is
I eee oe oan erties Coming Announcement the recurrent theme IRDAY, JULY * 5
ernor and Lady Savage are 4 E mor SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1951
Gus back this hoteine by TCA ARTIE S HEADLINE 2 XPECT soon an announcement And N >
Bhi “ eee eee . astineventalianibirs si : ‘wee , ‘ An ow ? 11 10 am. A. A. A_ Championships,
Since they left Barbados on June so that Lieutenant-General Sir iby EVELYN IRONS 1130 am. Programme Parade, 11 45
23, they have been in Canada arnest Wood has quit his job a HAT next? Her plans are &â„¢ Surrey v. Yorkshire, 12 00 noon
on a visit: as guests of Trans- Controller of Operations at the OOLWORTH heiress Barbara, Hutton is not vague, uncertain. When she The News, 1210 pm News Analysis
Canada Airlines, ; Colonial Development Corporation. the richest woman in the World (she has feels better she may move on to 4 15—¢ 45 pm — 19. 76m
Short Visit He is going to be Chief of Staff, cniy about ten million pounds, end the fortune of the U.S.A.. She has no home in —————— ae on —aseinn
ADY STOW who had _ been Production, with the North Atlan- (ocbacco heiress Doris Duke i timafed at five times London now (she handed over , ry J Rag an ghia Ms -~ oa ig
eh pal el preg Mage a tic Treaty organisation _ that), But she has divorced more fusbands (three Winfield House, Regent’s Park, }, "ty "Listeners Choice, 6 00 pm Music
: paying : ae Fy pen seer His departure from the Colonial to Miss Duke’s two), and althcUgg both are the bu.lt for £150,000 and furnished For Dancing, 645 pm. Programme
on Crease venucued ren Gres. Development Corporation means same age, 38, Miss Hutton has gotherself into the for £250,000 to the American Parade
c 7vrenadé ; m i - . faa piereahi . 5 ar x ~ SS ier alia ~ nin hh werer
ada by B.W.LA. yesterday. that the Chairman, Lord Reith, has ew ve: times more frequently - Embassy ). ; + iets 0S wo i m=. 21.83 m
2 . - now lost all the joint Controllers Now, arriving in London in the mrfdst of divorc- The only house she owns is that Saini ately anaei tpi econ Sine
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THOMPSON fiew in from Hugh Weeks recently left to sick bed to fly from Paris spe to see Baron fast two marriages “because 1 al- 7.0 0m. Sandy Macpherson at the

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Grenada yesterday morning by take a big steel and concrete job Gottfried von Cramm play at Wifpbledon for the ways wanted to live like an Arab.” reel, 815 pm London District Tattoo,
B.W.1.A. to spend about two in industry, Chartered account- ‘irst time since the war . ' But a hotel nomad, even a rich 8 30 pm Portrait of an Airman, 9 20
weeks’ iholiday, staying at the int Richard Cable left for health When the 41-year-old Bayon, in his elegantly one, is a sad character. Isn’t it P ™ Interlude, 930 pm Margaret
. See pe: Cee ae ; : tailored navy blue suit and the frail pale Princess 0, Princess? Lockwood, 10.00 pm. The News, 10 10
Crane Hotel. Mr. Thompson who reasons in : ee os a P SOAR 0, incess? pm Interlude, 10 15 pm _ Fine Goings
is a brother of Mrs, Theo Al- F. Sir Ernest Wood, who is 57, '” her fur jacket and plainly cut tack dress ap- On, 1045 pm. Yours Faithfully.
leyne of “Newcastle”, St. John Pay Pins went to the CDC in 1948, Dur- peared arm-iti-arm at the tol-nament, they WORLD COPYRIGHT
is a merchant in Grenada and nee Ee _ ing his Army career, he was in oes neesian pay wea © tht ve a. Saree S
head of Granby Stores in St. RE SS charge of getting the British Army cs ever vomnaeee players. Coud this be Bar- ‘ —LES. 1 y
George's. + “le and about 250,000 refugees out of “Definitely tigt em friends say Back in 1946 a RAINBOW NCHO L
Other passengers on the Gren- t's the heat. 3urma in 1942. when she had divorced Brist-'-born film star Cary THE GOOD COMPANIONS

Von Cramm escorts Barbara Huttoz at Wimbledon
her at her hotel to commiserate.
But she does not encourage them

For his new job he has been Grant, but had not yet alliea aerself to the Lithua-~

ada plane were Mrs. Eva Jaru-
nominated by the British Govern- pian Prince Igor, von Cramm was question of waiting until the in-

sek who has come over to spend 150 shades set tone for work



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two weeks’ holiday staying at - . seat ae

a neie ¢ . 2 Saeed R. GRANTLEY AD S, lead- ment, “ats obliged to deny persistent reporis fection wor ks itself out. i r
Ca oe and Mr. aterhe os Mic er of gre one Sr ttn His pay at the CDC has bee that she would become Baroness But after a few days in bed this to call. She feels too sick to sce " HURST, Kent

Intosh, arenada druggist Bs a Is wn venue attended the Ww rid around 500 a year. His Army yon Cramm. They have been week she was well enough last any but such old intimates as von - ee Lge a § , en he

mere SCE VER Cavs) Saying Bt Fede yee ih hata retived pay: £1,100, friends for years, that is all. night to go dancing. Cramm. ; etters are Chislehurst children who go ‘0

ee ae Milan, hae Bret ee tea With the reservation that any- Clinic To Clinic Peace of mind would be the only Redhill junior school, ong he

in Milan, has been elected to rep- . . Pn te gene tetiaoel aa \ eee attr ’ basis of & real cure th: va . “rainbow” school — the _ colour

“After 31 Years t,uiin, os been lected © 769, Back Front Public shin, ois Wy ihe cate QOVENTEN, sears ao wher aithetweaty Barvara tution mos MQ -WHYNIRE here nes ot het

tana NG, brother of Executive Board of the Interna- Health Course ‘tueeera that the relationship ts : she wants
Mrs. Harold Proverbs Of tional Confederation of Free Trade ay a Pp second husband, Danish Count suitability to the type of Work

BIRMINGHAM. children undertake in the various

R. CLARENCE HAYNES, cf one of pure kindness and syme. yyy ewitzeReventlow, s tly am
Srahirahinnesteniunn y y y a Haugwitz-Reventlow, shortly Her Gifts Peete inhiboveareold Mr. Cyril Comes

Reckley Terrace is at present in yy
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poeeten on. boltey Se mon, ay 1s turned f Jamai Thurs. Barbara Hutten needs all the fering, it was f Evesham Road, Ast
treal. This is his first visit since aa : Sno saci . returned from Jamaica on irs~ aroare : vies nursing home suffering, i as 3 4 Houghton, o vesham Roa st- x
he left heré Pity coca vane ugh, , Mr. Adams who is at presént M qsy afternoon by B.W.1.A. after kindness and sympathy she can™ said, from drastic slimming treat- HE has given. away many wood Bank, iccneutintanire: the Entrances to classrooms are in
With him’are his wife and two England is due back in Barbados attending a ten month Public get She is a very sick woman, ment thousands of pounds of her factory clerk who wrote to the a soft grey to put the children in
daughters Daphne and Kit. Mr shortly Health Course in Jamaica and in spite of her immense “After that the girl with all the money. Apart from settlements on yinister of Food in verse—and quiet and serious mood for study.
King works with C.N.R. in Mon- ° Before he went to Jamaica, Mt wealth, a sorry one, too money could never buy health. ex-husbands—her first, polo-play- got a revly from civil servant Miss The outlet to the playing-fie}d
treal Chief Reason Haynes had been acting Visiting She Wept She nearly died when her son ing Prince Alexis Mdivani, who Margaret Cross also in verse—has ‘8 a shining blue,

They have come down for R. & MRS. B. AVERBOUKH Officer at Seawell during the time é ie illness which caused her Lance Haugwitz-Reventlow, now Jater died in a motor accident, got \ 15 i tatters’ 1h , any Lay) Sel .
the weddihg of Miss Kathleen M cnivaie from Trinidad yes- Mr. sari Gibbons, the present to collapse at Wimbledon and 15 and ata boarding-school in the £70,000 a year when he was ae more than 600 . : Colour ae 1h Se
Proverbs | Who is to be married terday by B.W.LA. on a short Visiting Officer was in Jamaica take to her bed in her suite at United States, was born at her divorced after seven months of “jr, began 17 years ago, always range rons agi de By of pink te
this afternoon at St. Matthias holiday. Chief reason for their taking a similar course, Claridge’s is due to a rare virus house in Hyde Park Gardens marriage, and Count Haugwitz- writes in vei'se, whether the let- from WE esa)

Church to Mr. Bill Mayor of visit is to be present at the wed- Other Barbadians returning on infection picked up when she was Since her third divorce in 1945 Reventlow, now remarried and an 421. are to friends, strangers or ee oe rad Tue Csi HEA
Bermuda. Bill’s parents, Mr. and ding of Miss Helen 3ernstein, ‘Thursday who also attended the in Mexico. ae appened at i ue r- (after three years of this marr eae ia nrg psy enc rang i to. Royalty. Jetates no eomfortable little
Mrs. W. H. Mayor have also come daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J mg yourse were Mr. Basil Jor- navaca, near Mexico City, where she complained that Cary rant Nave s B ENCOME IFO 8 mete, has answers from the King Ghairs.

down for the wedding. They ar- Betastein ts Mr M Raizman HesCniet Sanitary Inspector, St. me en early this Sel as start ae like her nie ps her eae res pola yd pe te eusen Mioy, Princess Elizabeth ere

ive rig amaicz : rsday » 5 is Verena A “ att . i ‘Te and 4 divorcee action agpins rinc ids been a series of illnesses, In generous s s enarities a oO, he . re me eC
rin ed via Jamaica or Thursday whose home is in Buenos Aires. Philip, Nurse Unice Clarke and G cw ee eaiiphe merried four Yeats three yedts whe had four opera- friends And mostly without pub- and other members of the Roy ul INFANTS SCHOOL
afternoon. by B.W.LA. They are to be married this Nurse Pearl Thompson. ay his alleged ‘cruel and in- tess one of them for cmpected lieity b Family. His next letter will £9 he; as designed by Mr.

, ‘ evening. ; aT aae ae ; Ora ee feta Matas th : ‘o Mr. Attlee. Garnham Wright, Kent county
re st . an treatment kidney trouble. From doctor to : : ie yarnham , 3
To Rome For Silver Mr, Averboukh is a dry good Two Weeks Droppin the suit, she entered Moator from clinic to clinit, she But these acts have evidently Mr. Houghton likes cycling, architect.
Jubilee merchant in Port-of-Spain. ' suinitet aw York with a tem- hunted for health in Switzerland, failed to bring the soul-satisfaction wens — Rata sometimes i 26.000
f 2 3 ’ : SON aa cad ; an tna ate ama 2 that is said to be the reward of }|pays the church organ. The school spreads over 26,
BR rn oer reine Carib Research Council wt . aa ae pestis “ 108; as ao. Venki n ip Paris, in IR sa ait pelea a ‘And his Vérses? He wrote one square feet, and will cover even
..0 x : eee vr a oY .— I oe J é ar us in v ‘ § sha / : as De aiac tte y ‘ 9 ; , : sho ¢ infant?
yesterday morning by B.W.I1LA. IR JOHN AND LADY SAINT yy 1, Narriares was among the to arrange an out of court settle- plumpish, gay, party-loving Bar- She read Maeterlinck, and o-me eo I saw him, Of them yore ground Wapstemes torent
She is on her way to Italy via leave for Trinidad this after- passengers leaving for Trinidad ment of her broken marriage, that bara Hutton of the carefree days. thought wistfully that she too was | ie said: 4 school, planned on similar iines,
New York. and England to be noon by B.W.LA. They expect to Yesterday morning by B.W.1.A. she wept at the airport She weighs only about 7st looking for a Blue Bird. She had “Tye found many friends is added. g aie
in Rome for the Silver Jubilee be away for one week, She will be away for two weeks. She is still convalescing—ac- People who saw her at Wimble- the power to put most things in a Whom I visit week-ends All is on one: ‘eae
of the Rev. Mother General of Sir John is going to attend a Miss Harrison is on ‘holiday companied. by her gre y-haired @on this week were shocked to cage, but happiness, peace and By writing these letters in what will be the library.
the Order of St. Ursula. meeting of the Caribbean Re- from Carleton © College, Ottawa, :ecretary, Miss Latimer. No doc- find how tired and ill she looked, content eluded her rhyme.” cot ea,
Mother Ryan has not visited search Council which is to be where she is studying journalism. \ors are attending het It is a Many London friends telephone to She made big, romantic de- L.E.S.
Europe since she first came out held next week in Port-of-Spain. She is not due back in Canada mands of life and of people. But ae es wicindlinl insmod
t means taal n ¥ _ : — " cae Tae mea ————___——-————— life and people obdurately refused Roane comm — ——
to this area over nineteen years Same Plane until September. to go the way she schemed for
ae RS. P. HEWITT MYRING Y k A | 66 | (i mo T () [ | e sense, IN {
f c are : S. c NG, ‘ . ‘ 1 them. In one sense, she was al- Q LU CINEMA (Members On y)
She hopes +3 return: in October. wife of C.D. and W’s Public Going to Windsor A an He S oing () X ore ways stone cold sober, she never A VATIC CLUH TODAY PM. :
Not Coming This Year Relations Adviser returned from ANON P. D. W.. MOORE will drank. It was just those big ideas TO-NIGHT TO MONDAY NIGHT at 8.30
R. WILLIAM GREEN, son of her short visit to Antigua on c; be leaving Barbados on July By NEWELL ROGERS sity, and a post-graduate of the that went to her head. A TRULY GREAT MOTION PICTURE
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Mrs. Clara Green of 22nd for England by the ra a zs , 7
“Pioneer” Upper Collymore Rock, | Mt. and Mrs. Clarence Hart who Guisniite: He a going to work The oddest Yank at Oxford | He spent 25 years in the Rockies When she came to London for “ THE HEIRESS”
who is studying medicine at “°te married recently in Antigua Ae
Loyola College, Montreal has also arrived from Antigua on {” sect Aral ae . will wlso year-old Alfred E. Perkins. He is drills. lously wealthy, and _ extremely Ste OLE Oe ALDH RICHARDS Moet :
successfully passed his’ third Thursday, He is attached to Bar- a * : a ety ir a retired steel sales manager, and He way in the £5,000-a-year beautiful—she gave the clue to with MIRIAM HOPKINS —— MONA FREEMAN
year examinations. “Bill’ as he clays Bank’s branch here. vi 4 x ours. M a es . if a \ he is going to Oxford because re class till he retired on a handsome her troubled story. “I am a rest- A Paramount Picture
is better known as will ee be Mrs, Frank Morgan returned by Winc “ Pe rs. Moore is already Wants to “study English history pension. And he says: “All my less individual who likes to be
coming olit to the West Indies for the same plone from the U.S, via in England. where it began.” life I have been an engineer and continually seeing new lands and SSS SSS SSS OO
eng or ic > has alre 00ke 1 salesman, , ¢ up.” njoying new experiences,” sh SSS eae OO
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He i soeadion it at a ctoeedis Incidental Intelligence at an hotel At frst Oxford refused to have said. DIAL 2310 = PLAZ A “a BRIDGETOWN
; - ; i , Says he ‘Tll buy me a little him But Perkins went to Pro- ; La ZL
Seah. Fe Hopes to come dows Learning English NEVER throw an old hat ou. sogjish automobile, and it wil! fessor Ernest Llewellyn Wood- A few months ago, after nearly TODAY (2 Shows) — 445 & 8 30 & Continuing Daily 445 & 8 30 p.m
amine Pag Boig ao _— ~ oer aoe te " Fort- until I’ve sat on it - punch- take me to classes and around the ward, a Fellow of Worcester Col- = os of renee ave ie The Dive-for-Glory of the Submarine “THUNDERFISH”
_ Is course at that col- de-France who had been in ed it around to see if I can give country to look up any old ruins e, who Was visiting professor at try to country and from husbanc WwW Br resent JOHN in
lege. He will then spend a holi- Barbados for several months it a different look.—Mrs. J. D. 1 want to see.” Princetown University, New Jer- to husband, she exclaimed dis- gic vida WAYNE 99
day with*his mother before going learning English returned to Lodge, wife of the Governor of His friends say it will also take ‘ey. gustedly, speaking of her quarrel bs PACIFIC
him to London for some fun. An Said Perkins: “He straightened With Prince Igor, “I can never do -

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DIPLOMATS
SEEN IN
PRAGUE

VIENNA, July 5

The British Embassy in Czecho-
slovakia, hes been informed that
Guy Burgess and Donald Mac-
lean have been seen near Prague

This is the first time any re-
liable clue has been produced to
take the trail of tne missing
diplomats up to — and inside
the lron Curtain.

Between May 28 and June
they visited the Czech Embassy in



9

Paris. That date has been pinned
down.

Next day they were inside
Czechoslovakia

The report was made by an

Englishman of unquestioned repute
who reached Vienna to-night from
Prague, and it has been forwarded
to London for close study. He
said:—

On June 3, which was a Sunday,
I drove with my wife about 12
miles out of Prague to the Hotel
Rene, a pleasant little two-storey
place among pinewoods and a
couple of miles off the main road

Luxury

At Rene’s which has half a dozen
luxurious rooms, a saucy~-pictured
bar, and a rustic-styled resiaurant,
you escape the feeling of being
spied on that we all get in Prague.

Western diplomats often go there
for lunch or tea. When everything
was nationalised the Communists
made the owner keep Rene’s going
mainly for foreigners.

My wife and I arrived about
2.30, which was late for lunch.
Only one table was still occupied
—by two Englishmen’ and two
Czech girls.

The Englishmen were strangers
to us, and in Czechoslovakia these
days you can count all the British
there. We know them all

The girls were pretty, and
smartly dressed, the type of girls
who are paid to show foreigners
a good time, and keep an eye on
mem.

The Englishmen took little notice
of the girls. They were finishing
a bottle of red wine with a Bul-
garian label, and talking to each
other in clear, educated voices.

No Unionist







We wondered who they could
be. Obviously not trade union-
ists, sampling the “people’s demo-
cracy” — the Press would have
heralded such a visit anyway.

Not diplomats; we know them
all and meet most of them for
cocktails every week.

Not businessmen -— there is no
Lusiness to be done. English fel-
jow-travellers? iin, the Press
would have made a fuss of them.
It always does.

The taller man, sitting in pro-
file about six yards away from us









in the empty restaurant, seemed
to resent my scrutin;

He drained his wine, then the
four rose. I did not see bill
presented.

off
Through the wide window I

saw them go off in a chauffeur-
driven Buick, sky-blue, with or-
dinary Czech number plate — for-
eingers in Prague get distinctive
plates, yellow with red numbers.

I had not heard of Maclean and
burgess then,

A week later we saw an English
newspaper and we recognised their
pictures with a shock. The tall
man in Rene’s was Maclean, the
other was Burgess.

It is dangerous to discuss such
discoveries on the phone, so I
went round to a British diplomat,
a friend of mine in Prague, and,
sitting in his bathroom—with the
taps running in case there was a
n.icrophone about—I told him what
we had seen.

He knew Burgess and Maclean
and said they were exactly as I
described them.

I went back to Rene’s once or
twice in the hope of running into
them, but they did not show up.
The belief in Prague is that they
have “gone on” to Warsaw












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“Scram, Charlie — they'll have you — window boxes is luxury building.”



AMERICAN COLUMN:

A Way To Be Cool

NEW YORK.

Millionaires queued in 86-
degree temperatures tonight for a
luxury cruise to the ice zone.

The 35-day cruise, in the 34,000-
ton Cunard liner Caronia, was
more than sold out

A wealthy Californian, who
flew 3.000 miles to New York on
a chance that someone would can-
el his passage at the last minute,
was left on the pier. No one ERIC JOHNSTON, who used to
backed out. be Hollywood's Czar and. skir-

There were champagne parties mished with Arthur Rank, pops up
in the state rooms. Many of the in a new—and highly unpopular
568 passengers threw coloured —role. As Economic Stabilisation
streamers at the sweltering left- Administrator, he tells glum Sena-
behinds on the pier, and the tors that there should be an im-
Caronia was dressed overall with mediate rise in taxation of at least
pennants. $10,000 million (£38,571 million).

or peace depends on Russia. You
can have either; we do not want
war.’

* ‘Well,’
peace.’

“ *Yeg’ I said, ‘but you want
peace in your own image without
reference to the satellite countries
or the lives of other people.’ ”

he said, ‘We want



Films to finance

The cruise will take the cool-
ness-seekers to Iceland, Norway,
Sweden, Scotland, Ireland, France,
and England.

Will Hays, ex-motion picture
chief, and Mrs. Hays head the
passenger list, which is studded
with corporation presidents, bank-
ers, and company directors. They
are paying from 950: dollars
(£339) to 9,500 dollars ( £3.390)
apiece,

Occupying one of the two 9,500-
dollar suites (bedroom, parlour,
and bath) is the Rev. Stanley
Gasek, Rector of Grace Church,
Utica, New York. The trip is a
gift from one of his wealthy var-
ishioners.

Duels mean jail

SENATORS, busy trying to
hammer out a “code of ethics for
those in government,” toy with the
notion of restoring duels as a form
of redress for “character assassin-
ation.” Unfortunately, there is a
law that yS you can go to jail
for ten y if you so much as
issue a challenge with pistols or
swords






The sheik’s wife

EVERYBODY said how roman-
tic it was when a society woman
married the sheik in 1945. She
became the wife of Khalil Ben
Ibrahim Al-Rawaf. But now the
sheik’s lady is petitioning the
Manhattan court for permission to
change her name back to Mrs.
Constance Wellman, She says the
other version is so cumbersome.

On the phone
ONE-TIME baseball star Hugh

Casey phoned his wife today in

Atlanta, Georgia, and denied a4 Stop, caution—

charge that he was the father of CALIFORNIA'S superior Judge
another woman's child. He Edward Molkenbuhr is fed up
threatened to kill himself. His \ith the ary-cleaners. They asked
wife pleaded with him. But he him if it would be all right to en-

said: “No, this is my time’—and force minimum prices in San





WEST INDIES

performed great

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service in World

War I? Wl he also bear in mind

Pam , that its reformation would do

IN PARLIAMENT much to encourage regional con-
sciousness and pride in the West

LONDON, July 9 Indies and form a valuable addi-

a

of
July:—

asked the Secretary
the Colonies if he is aware that an
epidemic

vomiting

The following written answer to
question was given in the House
Commons on Wednesday, 4th

Co

Ww

sa

Jamaica (Sickness)

(Labour, Leyton) to
of State for T

stands

Mr. Sorensen
er

disease
sickness

described
due to malnu-

trition has broken out in Jamaica
and what steps are being taken to

tion to the strength of the British

ymmonwealth?

Mr. Wyatt I fully appreciat
hat the honourable Member h:
id. I am sure he also unde
that many interests have
considered in this matte
assure him that good pr

being made.

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budget includes £10,000 for de- or peacetime research into the |
tailed laboratory investigation of â„¢YS!res of the universe, now be-|
the condition with the co-opera- ing caried on in the tiny village of!
tion of the staff of the University J°@Tell Bank, near Manchester
College of the West Indies, ’ In charge is Professor A. C. B.|
Lovell, 37-year-old, and greying,
West Indies Regiment for whom Manchester University |
Mr. Braine (Cerservative, Bill- have just created their first pro-
ericay) askea the Secretary of {fessorial chair of radio astro-
State for War whether any steps nomy \
have now been taken to re-form Insiead of casting searching
the West Indies Regiment. beams towards the sea, as wa:
Mr. Wyatt: My right honour- done in a submarine detecting

able Friend is in consultation with

my right honourable Friend the
Secretary of State for the Colonies se
on this subject. st

Gentleman bear
formed opinion in the British West the

device perfected during the war
Professcr

Lovell and 20 young
ientists are directing them at the
irs, searching the galaxies for

Mr. Braine: Will the honourable traces of the eight thousand mil- |

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BARBADOS ADVOGAT E

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a by the Advocate Co., Lt4., Toad Bt. ——
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SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1951
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CLEAN FOOD

THE continued expressivn of Public dis-

satisfaction over the condition of the
Market has not beeii without result. It
announced last week that

was officially
plans have been submitted by the Colonial
Engineer for a new abattoir, The decision
is long overditie.

For some years now the condition of the
abattoir needed attention but it would seem
that it was not regarded as important
despite its relation to the general health
of the community. An attempt was made
twelve years ago to modernise the abattoir
on the instalment plan instead of equipping
a new one of adequate size. The onfy
modern piece of equipment installed was
the electric stunning apparatus.

During the intervening years there has

been an increase in the number of animals
slaughtered in the market but there was no
effort to make the conditions under which
they were killed answer modern demands.
It had been previousiy pointed out that
the position of the abattoir having regard
to its close proximity to the Public
Mortuary where human bodies dis-
sected for post mortem findings warranted
its removal. It should be comparatively
easy to build a new abattoir on another
site and instal the new equipment. The
conditions under which meat inspection
has been done in the Market have been
trying and it is fortunate that there has
been no outbreak of disease traceable to
faulty examination of meat. The high
standard of the work has been due to the
efticiency of Dr. Stoute the Superintendent
of the Market who is responsible for the
meat inspection.

The climax came with the visit of an
official from the Colonial Office, who re
marked recently that if the S.P.C.A. and
the Public Health authorities had been
severe no meat for public consumption
would have been allowed from the Market.
The decision to build a new abattoir has not
come too soon and it is to be hoped that
the Government will not only build a new
slaughter house with adequate modern
equipment but that the existing relation
between the abattoir and the Public
Mortuary will be ended soon.
| With all due deference to the Colonial
Office Official’s observations it must be
admitted however that under the present
regulations in Barbados the most modern
abattoir at the Public Market can only be
in the nature of a show window so long as
the present regulations governing the ki!l-
ing of stock and the marketing of meat
continue.

These meat incpection regulations only
apply to the City of Bridgetown.

Official slaughterhouses outside the City
limits, where qualified inspectors would be
detailed to examine the meat, would have
to be established if the entire population is
to be protected against d diseases.

REVIVAL

are

WITHIN the last couple of months
Britain has shown a decided revival in
sport. The standard in Britain in certain

forms of sport had touched a new low level

after the war and therefore it is encourag-

ing to find that a come-back is being staged.

She is again top of the world in rowing,
thanks to the magnificent Cambridge
University crew which crossed the Atlantic
to administer a severe drubbing to rival
American crews. And at Henley this week
British crews gained the laurels chiefly
through the skill of Cambridge College
crews over all comers.

In the racing world British horses have
made up much of the ground lost and have
at last regained a stage where they appear
to be more than a match for the French
invasion.

After suffering defeats at the hands of
the Australians and the West Indies and
struggling with India and New Zealand,
England has produced some new talent in
her Test team against South Africa which
should help her to build up a test cricket
team for the future capable of taking on
any country on equal terms.

At Wimbledon this year there were faint
signs of a revival in English Tennis but it
will be many a year before England can
field players like the Dohertys and Mrs.
Lambert Chambers who were outstanding
in the days when lawn tennis had not yet
developed into the terrifically fast and
scientific game that it is to-day. Fred
Perry was the last of the really great Eng-
lish men players and Britain is still looking
for a woman player of the calibre of Miss
K. McKane who won the championship
way back in the 20’s.

In the Boxing Ring there is the same slow
but steady recovery of British boxers
crowned this week by the amazing defeat
of Sugar Ray Robinson by Randolph Tur-
pin who has won for Britain the Middie-
weight championship of the world, a title
not held by Britain for sixty years. It is
true that Turpin’s parents hail from British
Guiana, but Randolph was born in England
and has lived all his life in Britain. Two
West Indians domiciled in England, Mc-
Donald Bailey and Wint have done much
to help Britain to regain much of_ her
prestige on the running track.

Even though there has been a falling
off in the standard of British Association
Football, or rather a more rapid improve-
ment in continental and South American
teams, taken all in all, British sport is now
definitely on the upgrade, and as soon as
rationing is a thing of the past there is

every indication that Britain will once
again occupy the proud position in sport
that she did in the early years of the

century.



Henry Stanley by adoption,



year-old Richard

adopted
marriage the explorer
boy

The Boy Who Bears |

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Qne Of The World's
Greatest Names

when seventeen-
Morton Stanley

NEXT

year





Richard is the grandson of Sir
himself was an
After a childless
adopted a
Denzil

Sir Henry

child.
who

is today Major

Morton Stanley.



Major Stanley in turn adopted
Richard 11 years after marrying.

A Poor Man’s Son

THE romantic story of the three
adopted heirs begins with the birth
in 1841 of John Rowlands, son of
a poor grazier of Denbigh, Wales.

John Rowlands became the ex-
plorer. His father died when he
was two weeks old and at the age
of six the boy was sent to a work-
house, here he suffered for nine
years idee a brutal master.

At 18, after shipping to America
as a cabin boy, he was befriended
by Henry Stanley, a cotton broker.
Rowlands took his name, and he
never forgot the American’s kind-
ness.

In 1890, when he
ternational fame under
of Stanley, he married beautiful
Dorothy Tennant in Westminster
Abbey. They settled at Furze Hill,
near Pirbright, Surrey

Adopted Baby

of the

had won in-
the name

HERE part nine-acre

gardens was laid out to represent °

Stanley's African journeys. Most
of the 14 rooms of the mansion
were filled with his treasures,

Earnestly he longed for a son to
carry on the name he had made so
famous,

But no child was
So he adopted a

born to him,
baby boy—as

The Other Persian

NEW YORK.

LIGHT, dark-haired Nasrollah

Entezam, president of the
United National General Assem-
bly, is a man who confesses that
he likes “to be alone.”

But in the past few days—and
perhaps for weeks to come—Ente-
zam will have little chance, In the
whirlwind of
United Nations headquarters, he
is charged with the task of bring-
ing to a climax UNO’s negotiations
with Russia and to end the Korean
conflict.



He is probably the quietest pre-
sident of the Assembly that UNO
has yet produced. He lacks the
brilliance of Belgium’s Paul Henri
Spank, the flamboyance of Austra-
lia’s Herbert Evatt.

But he has an impressive ability
to keep the volubility of delegates
to a minimum and to maintain a
cracking pace unheard. of in the
meeting places of diplomats

Even Rus Jacob Malik, who
is known for his delaying tactics,
is reported to have great respect
for Entezam’s ability to get things
done,





He always speaks in an even
voice—whether using his native
Persian, a faultless French or
slightly accented English. He has
complained more than once that
personal attacks “are not in keep-
ing with the dignity of the United
Nations.”

His grooming has a_ perfection
that seems indestructible, but he
claims that replacements for his
excellent wardrobe are ordered en
masse “I do not like to change a
tailor or a barber. I am too lazy
to explain twice the same thing.

He has a narrow face dominated
by a bright smile, large brown
eyes and a hawk nose that he ridi-




tune

High Sheriff for

conferences at -

By SIDNEY RODIN







At his death Stanley left a for-
of £136,000.



age

Send j

‘Herbert. HERBERT
Por MES) ye i
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The adopted son went to Eton
and Sandhurst, served in the first
World War with the 14th Hussars.

Later as Major Stanley, he did
notable public work in Surrey,
and was rewarded by the King in
1946 with the appointment as
the country.

Memories

IN 1922 he married Miss Helen
Kirk. Together they have main-
tained Furze Hill as the explorer
would have wished.

While his country gets em-
broiled with Britain, Mr, En-
tezam tries to settle another
conflict on the other side of
the world,

though it were of de Ber-
gerac proportions
“TL will tell you everything about
me in one sentence,” he once said
in an attempt to ward off an inter-
view. “I am a bachelor. I am 60,
and I have a very small nose.”

3orn in Teheran, Entezam was
the third of five children in a fam-
ily

He hates
private life as
away from all publicity.
appointments he can
upon to break are
newspapermen,

Entezam received degrees in
political science and law at the
Universities of Teheran and Paris
and entered the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs at the age of 18.

cules as

questions about his
much as he shies
The only
be relied
those with



By the time he was 30 he had
Served as secretary to the Persian
Legations in Puris, Warsaw and
London

In 1942 he was appointed to the
“Arabian Nights” post of Grand
Master of Ceremonies at the Im-
perial Palace of the Shah of Persia,
“Tt was an ironical thing,” he com-
mented later, “for a man who
hated ceremony to be master of
ceremonies.”
latef he

Four years was ordered



to San Francisco to attend the
birth of the United Nations, He
has remained identified with it
ever since.

“I have no more ambitions,” he
says now. “What has happened
has been too much already. I never
fought to get anything. That is

true.”

BENE Number 14 |

as powerful an inspiration

But once again no child was

born to the Stanleys, and in 1934

Jeaves Eton to » es w caer he had himself been adopted—and they adopted the baby whom they
Serviceman, a are name Wis named him Denzil Morton Stan- renamed Richard Morton Stanley
inspire him. lt has inspired him ), -the boy Who will soon leave
all his ee Sir H Shortly before Stanley died in Eton °
It is the name of Sir Henry 19094 he wrote in his diary: “May ‘
| Morton Stanley, the explorer who ;,, grow to noble manhood and His boyhood, too, has been spent
found Livingstone and did more g.tve God zealously.” at.the house that teems with the
than any other man to open Up Little Denait Stanley played in Memories of a great personality,
Africa the African garden at Pirbright 4! who knoW him shy he loves
Schoolboy and explorer are) the rivulet they named. the Furze Hill very dearly,
linked by one of the most remark- Congo, thriller ‘ys by the as- , © environment influence a’
able chains of coincidence known Cvsaic' ana cannibal shields that boy as strongly as heredity? Car
in any illustrious family. hung on the mansion walls. reverence for a great man prové

as a
blood tie?

Mr. O. Van Oss, Richard’s tutor
at Eton, told me; “ I am certain
the boy is inspired by Stanley’:
achievements just as much as boys
from notable families— and there
are very many here—are inspirec
by the honours won by their blood
ancestors.

“After his Army service, Rich-
ard is due to study science at
Cembridse. He should do well.”

A Clue
HOW Major Denzil Stanley o7
how Richard in his time was

chosen for their splendid heritage,
I do not know.

But perhaps a clue is given by
Lady Stanley, the explorer’s wife,
when she said that the sole reason
her husband wrote his~ auto-
biography was to encourage poor
boys everywhere to make a career
for themselves.

She also wrote of her husband.
“A boy of intense and passionate

feelings, the longings for home
love, friends and encouragemen
at times amounted to pain.

natural blessing:
he received ne

“Yet all these
were denied him;
affection from parents, no shelte
of home, no kindness or helt
of friends excepting his adoptec
father, who died soon after be-
friending the lonely boy.”

An urgent force impelling Stan-
ley to make good was his ever-
burning desire to ‘obliterate the!
stigma of pauperism which had
been branded into his very soul”
by his years in the workhouse,

—L.E.S.

|
a
|
|

.

But he adds, “If this assembly
succeeds it will be the main thing
in my life.”

Sleepless

He is so busy at the United Na-
tions that someone once observed
that romance would have to be
listed on the agenda there to gain

his consideration.
“I can never answer when I am

asked why I am not married,” he
said. “But let’s say as a joke I
am too young.”

Sufferer from insomnia, Ente-
zam reads such authors as Mau-
rois, Zweig and Maugham until he

feels sufficiently exhausted to
sleep.
He goes to movies alone and

often walks in on a film that he
has seen once or twice before. He
can’t remember titles. Unfortun-
ately he doesn’t have the same |
difficulty with plots. “It wouldn’t
be so bad if I had a bad memory
for both,” he says sadly.

Unlike most diplomats, Entezam;,
is not in love with the sound of
his own voice. He once proposed
that delegates to the United Na-j
tions should be compelled to listen!
to their own orations.

The Best Speech

He still recalls the day that New
Zealand's Sir Carl Berendsen ex-
pressed his country’s views in two
succinct sentences. “It was_ the
best speech I ever heard, Many
have taken hours to say less,” he
said.

Asked if he was optimistic about
the future, he warned: “You
should never be a pessimist. Ss

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SATURDAY, JULY i,



NOBODY'S DIARY
CLOSED

Suspicion, they used to say two
years ago was what was wrong with
the people in Barbados. You don’t say,
as my North American friends cutely
put it. I find that suspicion is no special
characteristic of this little island. I was
telling a stranger something about the
island the other day. He didn’t believe a
word I said. Why should he doubt me?
My guess would be that someone had
been pumping him. Which only goes ta
prove that gossip is a bad thing.

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fellow who was enjoying himself at a

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YVednesday—One method of keeping down

the cost of living is to be a fisherboy.

Long hours of the day can be spent with

nothing on and only a rod in hand baiting

small fish on the coast. You can’t wear

out your trousers if you don’t wear them.
‘hursday—“Church stop that noise” are the
exact words which my son used and the
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harmony.

These bells—“churching bells” he calls
them—go dong, dong, dong, dong, dong,
dong, until they stop. They make a dread-
ful noise. I remember reading somewhere
that there is a bell-ringing society in
Barbados, in fact I am certain that the
British Council once gave them £50 or
so either to buy a bell or to teach people
to ring bells. There may be bells that
ring tunefully in Barbados, but I haven’t
heard any to beat old Joe Frank ringing
out break, lunch and school over.
‘riday—Everything changes. At Harrison

College there is a very modern little
library on a spot where we used to roam |
through the woods as boys. But the old j
library is still there converted into an
office and book shop and bearing the
rather frightening sign in block letters
SCHOOL FEES. Where the Rover Boys
and Fennimore Cooper, Jeffrey Farnols
and Hereward the Wake used to show
tattered covers and stained leaves now
gleam bright blue books about calculus.
In another corner are textbooks on Biol-
ogy while there is shelf after shelf of the
‘History of Our Religion”. Caesar’s Gallic
Wars are in evidence and many more.
There are no Punches. But one thing has
not changed. The window where I
smashed the pane with the ball I lifted
off the 2nd eleven nets is still there even
though the pane has been repaired.
Saturday—My spies tell me that Princess
Alice is becoming the spot for Bebop.
Cricket they say is the national sport in
Barbados, but judging by the dances I see
advertised in the Advocate every Satur-
day, I would have thought more people

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There is they tell me a lot of jive. Seems
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By a curious coincidence each
of the three letters comprising the
word Bim are initial letters of the
three major obstacles which have

to be surmounted by all writers. oe vine what grimace to
These major obstacles are bom- Medioe ita) is informed by a
bast, insincerity and mediocrity. bright sense of bluff

They are to be found in large And Democracy a convenient
measure in the latest publication attitude for many.

of Bim (Volume IV, Number 14). Studenis whom the huge city
Fortunately they are recognised has shorn of glamour — ;

by at least one contributor to the Divorced from their status by



publication. In a Birthday Poem, a defect of colour
George W. Lamming writes: Find consolation in Saturday
iad i j P nights
Nothing is changed in the With eloquent white whores
news that reaches me here that dance:
Papers continue to. print the Or at: nightfall over their new
impossible, and rumours-teles habit of tea
grap, aie Argue with an eclephant’s lack
Whtitever falls within the of intelligence 7
sense’s gauge Our cul » must be spelt with
Young poets are decorated wit! a West Indian C.”

foreign approval

For precoctous statements in a This is not the kind of writing







borrowed language, that wins popularity but it com-
Fashionable women whom pels attention for its sincerity, its
comfort couldn't bless with clearness and its simplicity. Com-
_sense pere it witht Geoffrey Drayton in
Still flock to applaud lectures Kevisiting Barbados. “Absolute
by, men f - silence is white, snow-white, soft
W ho t 4 a Sots eer or the and smoth A seream would lie
_ Sound of Mew vores, across like a splash of blood—
Corruption is keen; time throbs es ”

: c but vithout' permanence. A
With the ache of the proud knowledge of language certainly
and the sensitive like you KNOW IEEE ang) s

but how often have we not seen
that kind of writing ad nauseam
in Joyee, D. H. Lawrence, Dos
a multitude of mod-

Who angrily wade through the
vacuum

Forever afloat with oily seas,

Passos




While politicians posing in- and
credible paunches erns,
> ; ste nacical 7)
eee ee rarer ee Revisiting . Barbados provokes
Fit the incompetent into jobs vitention to the cardinal sin of the
najority of West Indian writers
Life is similar in (what so ntrospection, There is little to be
call) the Mother Country 1uined from what been vul-
Where our people wear pro- rly called “gaz own on your
fessions like a hat oe tion.” “T
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BY GEORGE HUNTE

Campbell is a poem that suggests
affinity with the mainstream of
poetry,—the world’s poetry. The
reproduction of John Harrison's
Art in the Caribbean (a B.B.C.
broadcast) was worthwhile, be-
cause John Harrison has some-
thing to say and says it well. His
review of The Traveller’s Tree
by Patrick Leigh Fermor must
also be read, Other reviews which
are unsigned or have initials can-
not possibly interest more than a
few readers. There is no doubt
that Bim is serving a purpose in
the Caribbean, but there is no
doubt that it could be more pro-

cortect answer to this uncalled for
piece of autobiography from a
youth is “other people have” or
“keep trying old man, the end is
not yet”.

When we read E. McG. Keane
on the contribution of the West
Indian to Literature, we are face
to face with bombast, the kind of
bombast which is evident when
people say: “The contribution of
the Trinidad steel band is the
greatest contribution to the world

of musie that this century has fitably edited if the bias were
seen,” jess on quantity and more on
We are asked to consider rele- Guality.

vant the irrelevant remark ‘the za ty ‘

W.1. Radio does little or nothing Even the technically well writ-

to put over W.I. writing to the ten Mark Learns Another Lesson
oy Frank Collymore would be

W.[. public,” a sentence of a
certain rugged charm but devoid
of any pertinent application to
writing. We are asked to confine
ourselves to a very brief qualita-
tive survey of the last thirty or
forty years but when we have
had’ it we must still agree with
Henry Swanzy when he savs, “By
all that has gone before it is clear

more at home in the Comber-
merian than in a literary maga-
zine. Hugh Popham’s “Selene”
hardly seems to merit publication.
Derek Walcott’s “The North Coast
at Night” does not appear up to
the standard which he has unde-
niably established already. There
are far too many stories and not
even Karl Sealy, whose writing

that whether rightly or wrongly, is known to the newspaper pub-
I do not think that there is as lic, appears to be at his pest
vet ‘any clear sign of a definite » SRO st.

Edgar Mittelholzer’s conversation
piece is competently written.

If West Indian writers were to
concentrate a little less on won-
dering about their contribution to
literature and a little more on
combating the evils of bombast,
insincerity and mediocrity, there

West Indian literature.”

If there was, we the readers
would know about it. There is
certainly every encouragement be-
ing given, and writers like Edgar
Mittelholzer show that where
there is ability there is always an



utlet would be greater scope for the
But Bim has improved. critic At present the editorial
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For Provision Crops P

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planters are making every effort to prepare their land for
the plantin f provision crops
A i t | i
number of planters told the Aavoeate yesterday
re 16 st extended crop season and the weather con-
aitions in the early part of the year, preparation of the
ans ‘ th
lancl Was much later than usual.
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fen fields hich are still plante
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The “special” class is a feature
of modern school organisation
everywhere, arising from public
acceptance of responsibility for
the education of “all the people
In this connection, it will be of
interest to note that previous to
the introduction of age-grouping,
60% of the pupils were to be
found in the Junior Departments
of the Schools and only 20% in
the Senior Departments,

The conclusion must be that

a large number of children end-
ed their school life without
benefiting from the fuller school
experiences that were suited to
their age, since the formal les-
sons they received were adapt-
ed to pupils much younger,
though of higher potentialities,
than themselves.

Today the proportion in the
Junior Department has fallen
and that in the Senior Depart-
ment has risen to 48% and
21% respectively. Th the
pupils whose educational expe-
rience was formerly limited to
that suited for the Junior De-
partments of schools, now enjoy
a fuller school experience more
consistent with their age, and
get the opportunity, denied un-
der the the old organisation, to
discover and develop their spe-
cial interests and aptitudes.
So far as equipment is con-

cerned, large orders have already
been placed and the shortages
from Which the schools suffered
during the war years are being
steadily made good.

While in some schools large
classes are still found, the staffing
position has greatly improved and
will improve further as the gap
between enrolment and attendance

















continues to narr¢ partly as a
result of the ir ised accommo-
dation and the amenities that are
now being provided
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TURTLES ARE IN

Most of the fiying fis boats
have been hauled up and the
turtle season has begun. A tur-
tle dealer said yesterday that he
had bought about a dozen turtle
trom fishermen during He
had two in his yard yesterday,
which he said he would kill on
Sunday

“People like turtle he
said. “I cannot let it known
generally I have a turtl else-
wise I get more than I
can supply with mee

When this dealer sells the
meat, he puts by the shell to
cure. “I then scraj and polish
it. Some shells I sell whole and
others I make in toys and orna-
ments.”

Only two weeks ago he sold
ene nearly four feet in cireum-
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for first repayments at the ena ol
the yeai
re
Waiver
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loar he S. will be
500,000 « 37,000,000
i interest, and nce of
$51,500,000, cap! But
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has not been planted, planters ar

still trying to get in their quota of



this crop.

Some of them said that they are
p and p 1 by the comparatively
few tractors available in the island
for ploughing
: The young plant cane crop is
nowever in good condition but
there are a number of fields of
ratoons which have a yellow ap-
pearance and ore only now re-

ceiving their application of nitro-
gen.

At
rop

Haggatt’s,
linished at

St. Andrgw, the
the end of June.

Overhauling Machinery

Mr. W. A. Harris, the Faciory
Manager, Said that they are now
pulling down their macninery fis
overhauling and repairing. "This
year, the machinery worked well
throughout the crop. The factory
was only held up during the last
six weeks due to insufficiency of
canes for grinding purposes, —

t River Plantation, St. Philip,
S. G. Ward said that they



Mr.

, finished their crop two weeks ago

ind are now ploughing the field in

for the planting of

1 ground provisions

At Warners, Christ Church, Mr
G. C. Ward said that they finished
their crop about a month ago. Al-
though they were held up a little
by rain during the reaping season,

yet it did not interfere with the
crop.

They are now applying fertilizers
to the 1952 crop, but have already

planted a small quantity of yams
in thrown-out fields and are
aan a tractor to prepare the
field

Showers Needed

“This year we had a good rain-
fall and could not complain. This
month, however, has been prac-
tically dry and some showers are
badly needed in my district
these will help the young crop
considerably”, he said.

Mr. B. H. V. Outram, Manager
of Lancaster, St. James, d that
his young crop is)looking very well,
on account of the late crop,
they.are very backward in culti-
vation for vegetables.

During the last crop, they had
many delays due to rain and break-
downs at the factory, but in spite
of those, they had the biggest crop
ever reaped at Lancaster.
Hanson, St. George, they
just finished supplying arti-
ficial manure to the ground. Thev
e very backward this year with
regird to ground provisions due to
the reaping, season and the early
rains, but they still have planted
six acres of yams and five acres of
black eye peas.

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cl ay omen

Jackie Grant
Warns W.I.
Oricketer
F PORT-OF-SPAIN,

Note of warning that the West
Indian team would be up against
a tough bowling side that would
give nothing away, but be always
on the offensive was sounded in
Trinidad by Mr. G. C. Jackie
Grant who led the W.I. team to
victory in the last Test Match of
the 1931 tour “Down Under.” Mr
Grant now on a month’s vacation
is Principal of Adams College in
South Africa. While conceding
that the present side had a wealth
of batting talent, as well as the
advantage of spin bowling, he re-
gretted as one of its weaknesses
he absence of fast bowlers of the
calibre of Martindale, John, Con-
stantine and Griffith.

“T have not seen a West Indian
Test cricket since 1935” he said,
“but have followed it through the
Press and Radio. I have no hesi-
tation in saying that the present
side is better than any I have been
privileged to captain. “On the
form shown by our players during

the visit of the M.C.C. to the
West Indies in 1947—48, the West
Indices visit to India in 1948—49,

and then the English tour in 1950,

it will be very surprising if they
did not do well,” But, Mr, Grant
had a word of warning about! the

Australian bowling. He observed
I think the West Indies will find
that the Australians have the best
bowling sid@ in any country. they
rely on n@ one bowler, but they
have at least.five who are capable
of bowling the best team oltt. |

would like to stress,” he. con-
tinued they will be up against
bowlers who will give nothing
away For instance, the Atstra-



lians had one of the world’s best
fast bowlers, Bill Johnston, there

was also Lindwall, Miller recog-
nised as one of the outstanding
bowlers—and then Davidson and
then Ian Johnson Each had a

different style in bowling and they
were always attacking

“Making runs against the Aus-
tralians therefore would be the
severest test.”





Lumber Comes

Two ships brought approxi-
mately 370,300 feet of lumber to
3arbados yesterday. The Saguenay
Terminals’ Sunwhit brought about
370,000 feet of rough pine from
Halifax while the schooner Rain-
bow M. brought 300 feet of cedar

from Trinidad
Almost’ every berth in the
Inner Basin of the Careenage was

congested with lumber. Schooner

captains were finding it difficult to
berths for their vessels to dis-
their cargoes.

» Sumwhit also brought 1,275
bags of scratch grain and 18 bags







of stor batterie from
Mon l Other cargo of the
Rainbow M. included 200 drum
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LERY





DISAPPEARING



PICTURE SHOWS workmen engaged in dismantling the gallery at James A. Lynch's building, Me-

Grego: Street.

id Not Throw
Explosive
Substance





Israel Layne a fisherman of
Maxwell Hill, Christ Church, was
lischarged by His Honour the

Chief Justice Sir Allan Ccllymore
the Court of Grand Sessions
yesterday when a jury found him
not guilty of throwing explosive
substance in a house with intent

at
at



to do some bodily harm on April
1.

Mr. D. H. L. Ward appeared tor
Layne while Mr. W. W. Reece
K.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted
for the Crown

First witness called for the
yrosecution was Mr. J. B. Robin-
son Acting Government Analyst

who said that on April 7 a green
carpet was brought to him with
metal attached. He examined the
carpet and found a hole in it and

The building is ninety-three years

old and was once a hotel.

Overhanging Galleries
Leave Bridgetown

ANOTHER GALLERY is leaving the City.
it is the one belonging to Messrs. James

_Ltd., of McGregor Street.
16,175 TONS OF
SUGAR SHIPPED

The Motor vessel Canadian
Constructor began loading a ship-
ment of 5,800 tons of sugar at
Speightstown for St. John and
Montreal yesterday. She anchor-
ed at Speightstown on Thursday
everne

From 6 a.m. yesterday, Speights

town’s harbour was teeming with
activity. Lightermen from the City

were arriving by buses and getting

straight to work. Bond workers,
wharf workers and board-of-ship
laboure



. some of whom were
‘ sdge was ¢ e a im .
se fare we | ve A trail’ 9 from Speightstown—were astir
He assumed that the hole was a and schooners ee
caused by a detonator by means “08s ide the jetties at Speights-
of a length cf fuse. To prove his town and Six Men's receiving
ithe f 2 "7 “ sugar from trolleys which were

assumption he exploded a_ deton-

running to and from the bonds.

ator which confirmed his suspic-
160) Messrs R. & G. Challenor ari
Report Made shipping 3,250 tons of sugar anc
Cpl. Reuben Hurdle said that Messrs Plantations Ltd., 2,250
on April 1 Beryl! Welch came to tons. All the sugar being shipped



the Oistin Station and made a
report and he went with her about
9.45 p.m. to Maxwell Hill and
there saw Layn

He was told that Layne threw
dynamite into a house Layne
lenied it.

Beryl Welch showed him a

green carpet which he carried to
ihe Gevernment Actg. Analyst.

Police Constable Pilgrim told
the court that on April 1 about
10.30 p.m. he went to Maxwell
Hill to the house of Beryl Welch
and found Cpl. Hurdle taking a
statement,

He went
end found a
eight inches
burnt and
particles. A
floor was burnt
hole in it.

To Mr. Ward: Pilgrim sa‘'d that
the house has two rooms. Pieces
of metal were found in the sitting
room.

Bery! Welch said that she lives
at Maxwell Hill with Layne. On
April 1 she received a telephone
message at Windsor Hotel where
she works.

She went home and found that
some of the things in the. house
were damaged. She saw Layne
who appeared to be drunk

room
about

was
small
cn the

was a

sitting
of fuse
which

into the
piece
long
two other
green carpet
ind there

Explosion
About ten minutes
got home she heard an



and called Cpl, Hurdle and later
the Police came. for the carpet.
She could not say whether the
carpet had a hole.

Layne still lives with her and
they “get on well.” Both of us
have been living together for 26
years and have six children.

Elong Ingram said that Layne

was with him on April 1 and he
did not see him ,throw any ex-
plosive stuff,



Guilty Of Larcenty

Griffith, maid at
the General Hospital who lives
at King Street, St. Michael, was
fined $19.20 to be paid by instal-
ments or two months’ imprison-
ment with hard labour by a Cit)
Police Magistrate who found her
guilty of larceny.

Griffith stole a quantity of
ds valued at $1.26, the pro-
rty of the Governor-in-Execu-
ive Committee from the Genera)
lospital on July 7.

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She was arrested by Harboui
Police Constable Gill after in-
vestigations into the matter were
carried out.

Three people gave evidence fo
the prosecution.

\
Jatlte 1 a
Guilty Of Throwing
. “ .
Corrosive Fluid

Louise Walkes was found guil-j
ty of throwing corrosive fluid with
intent on Hughson Chase on
March 8 at the Court of Grand!
Sessions yesterday

His Honour the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymore postponed
sentence

Mr. W. W
icitor General,
the Crown

STORMY WEATHER

Schooner Rainbow M. wa
struck t quall after squall when]

Reece, K.C.,
prosecuted

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for





frem Six Men's is taken to the
ship by schooner.

The Constructor is the fourth
ship to call at Speightstown thi

crop. When the Constructor sails
for Canada. a total of 16,175 tons
of sugar will have heen shippee

from Speightstown this year.



Twelve Months For
\ttempted Murder

Allan Blunt and Hilda Ifill were

each sentenced to 12 months’ im-
prisonment by His Honour the
Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore

at the Court of Grand Sessions
yesterday for attempted murder.

Both of them pleaded xuilty
of the offence, His Honour told
Blunt that the offence of attempt-
ed murder was a_ serious one

Certain people have spoken in his

favour but he must control his
temper,

David Forde pleaded guilty of
housebreaking and larceny ana
was put on probation for 18
months, Probaticg: Officer H, Wal-
cott told the court that Forde i
19 years old and was convicted
for stealing fowls. He comes,

however, from a respectable fan
ly.

St, Clair Foster who was
guilty





by a jury of buggery was

This time
A. Uynch & Co.,,

This business was established in
1859 but the building is believed

to be over 100 years’ old. It was
frst used, it is said, as a hotel.
The work of taking down tht
gallery has been going on f

Hout two weeks.

With the establishment of nev
buildings in the City, gallerie
seem to be going out of fachic
but there still remain *a large

number

In McGregor Street where the
allery of Lynch's building is be-
ing taken down, there remain five
ethers, and in Broad Street about
six

There has been little change in
the structure of buildings in Tudor
Street and Baxters Road however,
and almost every building has a
gallery, There must be some 50
of them.



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A line was yesterday im-
posed on R. D, N. Maxwell of
Tudor Street by the judges of
the Assistant Court of Appeal,
Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr, J, W.
B. Chenery, Maxwell was found
guilty of selling wholesale price
regulated goods on January 15
without showing on the bill the
maximum retail price at which
the purchaser could sell

Police Mogistrate, Mr, G. B
Griffith before whom the case
was heard in the Lower Court,
had fined Maxwell 15 shillings.

Edward Evans, Chief Price

Control Inspector, prosecuted the
case, The person to whom Maxwell
old the goods—Red Rose tea, was
Isolene Weatherhead, «a shop-
keeper of Kew Road.





Ihree Unload Cargo

Three
eamships are
cargo from the
ent and Canada

It is the first time that
ships of this line have been dis-
charging cargo at Barbados to-
gether. The ships are S.S, Sunavis

Saguenay Terminals’
n port unloading
U.K., the Contin-

three

(Capt. McLeod), S.S. Sunwhit
(Capt. Amon) and SS. Sunray
(Capt. Gardiner).

The Sunray which arrived this

morning, brought 1,000 tons of
fertilizer, general cargo and mail
from the U.K. The Sunavis and
Sunwhit arrived on Thursday and
vesterday respectively

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sentenced to nine months’ im- To Consider Runway |
prisonment, Mr. J. E, T. Branch By arrangement with the Minis-
who appeared for Foster, inform- ter of Transport, Ottawa, Mr.
ed the court that there wa > Johnson, a Senior Engineer on the;
previous conviction against his staff of Trans-Canada Airlines,
client, will arrive in Barbados on Sat-

His Honour told Foster that urday, the 14th of July, for con- |
people must be saved from ultation regarding the condition ;

ruption.

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Yesterday morning at 10.39
clock the market was alive with
the squeals of pigs and the bar-

zaining voices of butchers and
speculators

Bargaining goes on on a bushy
pot of land, below the stalls,
vaoere the animals are put up

after they are sold
At this spot, one regularly hears
“I asked you to sell me

this one

first, Bill,” When a butcher and
peculator have agreed on the
buying and selling of an animal

they get him weighed.

ithe animals walk unwillingly
They have to,be pushed out of
the carts, be half dragged, and
almost lifted into the scales. The
seep like to stay close to each
cther

“When we look over a sheep,”
aid a butcher yesterday, “we
prefer the ones whose bellies are

not filled, as that only adds weight
Waich the animal does not really
pcssess,”

Theugh the animals are starvec

before killing, the pigs do not
keep as much noise in their stal
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Y "Y .
Fortune Telling
Judge G. L. Taylor and Judge
J. W. B. Chenery agreed with a
cecision of Mr. C. W. L. Walwyn,
Police Magistrate. and dismissed
without prejudice a case the police
brought against St. Aubyn Cook
of Suttle Street, charging him of
pretending to tell fortunes
Cook’s agent who wanted a
more complete dismissal, had ap-

pealed against the Police Magis-
rate’s decision Mr, E. W. Bar-
row represented Cook

Policewoman Olga Clarke who
was doing duty on Suttle Street
yn January 8 at 7 o'clock when
the offence was committed, was
he chief witness

the said that a man who said his
nace was Harold Lynch carried
he- to the house where Cook was
Lynch knocked and Cook opened
the door, Lynch told Cook that he
used to feel very hot at night and
‘ould not sleep, Cook invited

n to sit around a table
“He then went into a part of the
room which was screened off and

th

returned with a glass in which
was a lighted wick, floating on
some liquid,” she said He also
brought with him a_ piece of
paper

He put the lamp on the table
and told the man to watch the

lamp and write his name on the
piece of paper Lynch wrote his
name and Cook took up the piece
of paper and carried it behind the
sereen,
Cards and Glass

When he came back, Lyneh told
him he wanted his fortune told
Cook said it would cost two shil-
lings and again went behind the
screen, This time he brought out
two packs of cards and a glass
He spread out six picture cards
on the table and told the man to
choose two of them Behind
one the man chose was the pic-
ture of a serpent and Cook told
Lynch that that was why people
were grudging him for his job

At this point P.C: 476 Conliffe
whe was also on duty on Suttle
Street and had been waiting out-
side the house, went into the

oom

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The charge for announcements 0! ri eee ne ik HOUSES sby tifi s | :
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for any number of words up to 50, and| Spices. SANTA MARIA—loveliest hotel | *!°! 1 al within 14751 —In Office of the Harbour aad Shipping Mast : iach S ‘ 4 A .
3 cents per word on week-days and| i Ca-ibbean. Rates trom $7.00 per head | —— cetera ie ee eae ame : ot ere ae Highgate Signal Station pping Master. __ Evening Classes preparing students for certain subjects in this
4 cents per word on Sundays for each | per GRAND HOTEL—in best resi- If you are interested in buying a} PEDROO} Two (2) large cool bed- | E & 5 e Signal Station Examination, on a two year course, will be held from September
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HOPKINS: The Rev. Father W. E.| One GOLD WATCH made by Hamp- tae et “District nw reer Arts.
Hopkins, on July 13, 1951 at John's} den Watsh Co. with sola chain ateactied You can purchase St. Elmo at Max.|. "ROOSEVELT" aanieait Coaat Belleplaine Polic a _ . | _. The subjects offered’ are English, Latin, Maths, and
Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, N.D..| All persons are warned against rece.ving | ®€4 Road tor cash or on terms, or ii| Read. 3 Bedrooms with running water I . e Station. | either Spanish or French or History, according to the num-
54. ee | or buying said watch. Reward paid | ¥0Ur house is too small and you want | im, each Fully furnished including | . Cautionary Warning | ber of applications received from properly qualified per- ivi
cha? arion Hopkins through Advocate Co., Ltd., on return- | Te room you can exchange. It stands|PMeidaire, Telephone ete. Available} (1) Visual (a) by day—One red flag with black square cent sons ; 5 .
oe 18.7. 51—8n | 0 Bar Sais and ‘has 4 bedrooms, Re Pee eS eee ee an (b) by night—One red light eer cae me ae Ordinary Level
te eae — — — an ook it over. Fot leachitasid 9 ; >, 1, 5 - e : ’ = . : :
: | bs i Particulars see DyArcy A. Scott, Maga | pom mrrencer r—— | (2) Audible--(a) Plantation and Church bells will be rung rapidly, . There are a few vacancies in the Senior and Junior Classes now
THANKS } GOVERNMENT NOTICE zine Lane 18.7.51—gn, | ,, THE CAMP—On the-GEa. St. Lawrence. | at frequent intervals for a period of a quarter of | being held at Harrison College preparing for examinations im June
eer aaa Reese (b) a ie : | tates ee — 1953 respectively. he subjects offered are English,
———$_—_____—— a E , , " " 2 j S ” = le ie > ‘ a . ~ .
We the undemigned «with: to A well established Chemical Manutags} “UNFURNISHED MODERN RESIDE] Wert 1 re own at Central, Brittons Hill | tin, Maths, rench or Spanish, History or Geography. (The niim-
ikst one. Wekion uparetintin tos turing Business of long standing, wih | ON! RNISHED MODERN RESIDENCE | orthing, Boarded Hall, and District “E” Police | et of vacancies in English, Latin, and Maths is very small.)
those who came, sent cards, andj CONSTITUTION SWAMP AND | £004 local and expor Interesting | Convenience “Siyated Top. eae tome | Stations for one minute, three times, with an in- | Prospective applicants at both levels may obtain further informa-
nants Gone oe Ge CONSTITUTION RIVER prngtionily and etme al purchaser | Cool) for viewing. Apply: Ralph A. terval of half a minute between blasts, This will| tion and advice from either: —
recta ag: Ppa Re eg as Pat a ge tere cansetae te Pe | Beard, Harewood ADley. Phone 4683 | _ be repeated every quarter of an hour for an hour. | (a) The Principal, Department of Education, preferably be-
aint mer wae _All persons who have placed or| working processes: Brewing of | After hours 8569 14 7 51 --In I. Hurricane Warning tween 10.00 a.m, and 12.30 p.m, on Saturday mornings (Telephone WS
Randolph Fieid. (Father). Audrey riela [ Caused to be placed any matter Stout and Porter, Compounding — of a enamot es). Visual (a) by day—Two red flags with black square centres | 2989.)
(Mother), Albertha Green (Aunt) |or thing in or on the Constitution Rais aetna erie ait types oe WANTED hoisted one above the other. | or (b) R. C. Springer, Esq., M.A., Dean of Academic Studies
1.5 rr ¢ ¢ " * ‘ » Li s d various Toile 3 + 4 4 “4 x ” . : x a oy
14.7.51~in|Swamp and all persons owning| Preparations. | Vines: Proprishy Mett-| iseintekues Tokabod semeks } (b) by night—Two red lights hoisted one above the | — , Government Hill, St. Michael, (Telephone 2783.)
jany matter or thing placed or|cines etc., etc. Steck in Trade at cost | 9g cents Cimdeue Sh toowhs tt Ae i. : other. be 1 applicants must obtain from the office of the Department of
IN MEMORIAM jlying in or_on the Constitution | Price. Reasons for selling: Retirement, | words 3 cents a word week—4 cents ¢ | (2) Audible—(a) Plantation and Church bells will be rung rapidly | Pducation application Forms, which must be filled in and forwarded
|Swamp or Constitution River are] Ying fer Burope. For further partieu~ | word om Sundays. | and continuously over a period of a quarter of an |\.? the Dean of Academic Studies, the Barbados Evening Institute, at
euuitedita Wemaua aneho wniee a. yogi nae 5 im Bridge | hour. \ the office of the Department not la er than Saturday, 21st July, 1951.
. p ee: 207 or a ntme . ‘ s . - ; od
DA COSTA—In fond memory of our|or thing by the 15th of July, 1951 mpe'b.1.51—$n HELP (b) Two rockets or maroons will be fired’ from /the each ose RE sha euatoees ae ie cake tat eee
darling elder son Captain Darnley| and no person may place any mat- 2 caeinintiehebile. comtageces a COOK-—Competent Cook. General Ap | Harbour Police Station and, if possible, from Dis-|©@ch subject which the applicant wishes to take, but these forms
os Costa Who died in Burma July ter or thing in or on the Consti AUCTION 14751. | trict Police Stations. | shone be Sreereas sogeener in a single envelope. Applicants should
. Or 2 r : se = - mention whether they wish to be admitted at Ordinary or Advanced
His ever sorrowing Father and|tution Swamp i i Sate en STENOGRAPH Ww - evel—. ; aa a's -
ae a es Sear davan gy yg Ae Rafe a gray ~ Tt. All Clear Le vs —they cannot apply for some subjects at Ordinary and others
er lei Lae Se Te = 115th of due te tie Seth ce hte, Under The Diamuod Hammer us Street--Salary according to expe. | (1) Visual — Flags or lights will be hauled down. at Advanced Level, ; ; z
SMITH—In loving memory of our dear | 20) Of re . e 1 0 o- rience and ability. Apply in writing in | (2) Audible—Sirens will be blown continuously for three minutes. _ The exact compliance with these requirements is regarded as a a
fat ier isbes 3M Smuitn who fell asleep ean an Cae —— a BY instructions from Mrs. Worrell 1 the frst instance. __(18.4.61—-3n In addition to the above warnings: — Son af ae and failure én this matter may prejudice the admis-
tied flak the Sivek Gnee feém vue tes ee mis Nol ll set! her entire lot of housthold| sTENOGRAP & TYPIST for our | (1) The Police will warn parochial authorities isolated | * PpMcants,
homes Pe loved ones from our! will be lable to proceedings under|frniture at her. residence Bank Ha‘! | ofice Seman tie’ setts GET oor | districts asta mre and isolated | 5)" COMMERCIAL AND TECHNICAL
; 3 ? opposite the xy Theatre : ‘oa 2 = * t « « seer od . | fi ott
gn never irom our jhearts ‘ an Pad of the Department Of Gnuseday coer the THR Tier TSEC ae gusting experiente. Good salary offered. | (2) Reports will be made over Barbados Rediffusion, Ltd. at | No applications can yet be received for entry to these Classes.
ne ah ae mee he Transport Act,| 1 ccicek. The sale includes One| Building, Broad Street, Bridgetown. | hourly or half hourly intervals at a quarter past every /!t will be publicly announced in the Press when it becomes possi-
Mitehel, Davie aes ea ogee . Piano, Mahog. sitting, arm and mortis } ‘ oh 8) hour or at a quarter past and a quarter to every hour as ble to recruit new classes,
; id, A. Shi (Grane ’ 12.7, $1—6n F 1
children), Pearl” Walcott” rnece) CE ee ae eR a rrr cereal the case may ‘be, (3) “COUNTRY CLASSES
biniigsnctanelabdme aia ' olding chairs, Mahog . a » » . . “te will ; * 5 ‘
14.7.51-—1n ——-———————--| Waggon and. tables. larder a ieee DEAREHO Ds {BED (3) aan we be broadcast at hourly or half hourly ie | ee for men and women will be also held in the country
ease soupireniery —— aido ron bedstead y & Vacancy exinw sor & Helis ess | vals, as will be announced from the Barbados Regiment | i! the following centres: — ;
MORRISON—In loving memo f eran | DY | Manag Previous. éxptrience ; ’ arbados | :
pay Sintec tibcces 7, tentelcon ene FOR SALE Greasit € table, n ent chair, MOL, Loutativier” Sk Geataueaniacree hotetn aed transmitter at the Garrison at a quarter past every hour | St. John’s Mixed School, St. John;
Med bn ay 4th, 1060 n tables and presses, ij similar experience is desirable e or at a quarter past and a quarter to every hour as the | Mt. Tabor Mixed School, St hn;
Minin che Tithe ware. leben Selenelia wes aaa si perience is desirable. Appli ) . x chool, St. John
Stas Gites Cummi M C t 96 cents Musidaue aa cacrdet os ocas oe Bihar items +66 Tiaeene Mere 5 Bane ene media ea ee ue eee me POY be. Frequency 5.40 megacycles. Speightstown Boys’ School, St Peter

. Gladys mmins, Miss Constance Ter as giving details of previous experience ond | : y ni = ’ a
Veer (aatien George W. Morrison, wre Sundees SOONG MR: COREE: Ep RUTINE SAE D'ARCY A. SCOTT and enclosing copies of testimonials ‘and ae MA rem hy Leontine tee weikent manne

etroit) ren) 14.7,.51—-1n t ae a recent passport size photograph, and | -—-—— | ot, s s ool, " eorge;

_ Auctioneer. | should be addressed to Messrs, Da Costa Hol i , i
i ! a s essrs, Da a | y Trinity Boys’ School, St, Philip;
51—Sn . | ’ ’ ¥ ’
& Co, Ltd, P.O, Box 103, Bridgetown.” The Alley i
GOVERNMENT NOTICE | Avromomve “ SHIPPING NOTICES 1.00 soos:
3.7.51—6n 5 : ‘ .
N | Prospective pupils may obtain particulars from the Supervisor
' ‘ ~ | : - 5 .
PUBLIC NOTICES MISCELLANEOUS | | of the Centre in which they are interested
- 7 , at ! mee 4 | aw ,
wCAR—Willys; Good “Tyres; In gooa| Ten cents per agate tine on week-days | One LIQUOR LICENSE, ‘Harold Prov- | MONTREAL, AUSIMALIA, = === , | Department of Education,
TERMINATION OF THE £TATE| Niles, Saiters St. George, "| Mintnum charge p80. on’ weeks | et Mah Street NEW ZEALAND TINE, LIMITED. | 20th June, 1951, 24.6.51—2n.
. ists . * e. himinum charge 50 on week-days 12.7.51—3n | (M.A.N.Z.) } — » aan eee wa en ne —-
OF WAR WITH GERMANY 14.7.51—1n, | and $1.80 on Sundays —_—— si sata |
! i 7.8 4 i — — ~ |. &S8. “ARABIA" 4 scheduled to sail a bee” will ac t cargo {
——— aces 3 ANTED TO BUY | from Melbourne 12th June, Brisb a ae ane parca |
It is notified that the formal ea caaan 1946 Chevrolet Car, in very . _OLD SEWING MACHINE out. of use. | June, Port. Alma. 28th ‘June, Savane | at ee ntniat. eave” ane % oe Sees
state of War with Germany is| Apply L Ae, Chae eee tins hee a8 NOTICE ean priogs paid AR 1p bits Vaughn, | fuly | 4th, arriving Trinidad end July, St ‘Kitts Sailing Friday 13th \3 \(
* ? . - ’ . P aire a Streets a vie 2 . ‘ >
terminated as from 3 p.m. today] James Street. Phone 3757. 14 7.51—1 We beg to notify our friends and cus nd Probyn: Streets. | amd. Barbados early August. instant. 4 +
(GMT), the 9th day of July, 1951.] ~cxn™o Someta atee Sn eee tomers, that we will be Sila i inet ADEs Pere S.S, “FORT FAIRY" is scheduled to | li % res i Stoe Ss
’ . , I CAR— ie . ‘siete cil tae sail ffom Hobart late June, North Queens- “ ” |
janet t ae instructions of His| park ene arimeneeeretamenct | "We wil comean on, - Wasncedas. ut EDUCATIONAL fant id Suis, Brisbane end duly, Ryans cargo" and asengers. for St. t ; i
ajesty’s Principal Secretary of FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD August. Wm. D. RICHARDS & Son,| ———— Satiy) AUSUat, Sopnausne ad Amst, ‘ 7 Pas- i us eceived os
‘ < ian. sempre. heath tei 3 Lucia, Grenada and Aruba, Pas » rr yey 7 7 }
Sta ered Telephone 4504. 7: Mc Greg 3 © aya arriving at Trinidad mid September, . . 2 ont. ome 3 aw
——. 43 eg Affairs, the 14.7,51—6n | Me Gregor St. City, 14. 7.91 —2n ALLEYNE SCHOOL rie ‘anckaiad con ‘thtoue Se ot sengers ny, for Bt, Vincent i Office cdiien Gavel. Kae tale “
Kingdom High Commis-| CARS—Hiliman Saloon, first licensed ha : | ENTRANCE EXAMINATION, _ |hard frozen cargo, Malling ?r ; THE MONEY SAVING WAY PARK DAVIS PALATOL COMP: =
sioner in Germany addressed a] February 1951. Low Mileage condition as NOTICE There will be an Entrance E In addition to general cargo these , ‘ 4 PARK DAVIS PALATOL PLAIN es
communication to the Federal new Also Higiman s Wagan feat QUEEN'S COLLEGE OLD GIRLS’ pee 2 Monday 20th July at 9.30 am vores neve apipeseesk for one ne B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERS Miiohss Vanities Diaaae PARK DAVIS LIVIBRON “a
a ‘ . icense pr (a 5 low mil SSOCIATION or New upils neg for ranshipment a” rinidad | ON INC, } : 3 id . = f 5 r —
Government of Germany in the Apply: Ralphtal Head Prone ent Queen's College Old Girls will hold Applications must be made in writing | to British Guiana, Leeward and Wind- ASSOCIATI 1 eee Bedsteads, with Style to PARK ae me on
following terms: 8569 nt Shan. | their Annual re-union on Tuesday, July|to the Headmaster and must be accom- | ward Islands, Telephone 4047. Se Pea lee a ane Ai ee =
His Majesty’s Government in] cana wag Re —" | 17th at 5p m.. at Queen's College’ Will] benied by a Birth or Baptisinal Cectifi- For further particulars apply-— faving Hons Soe DODD PILLS - =
tat , ees : : 1947 Ford Prefect. 34,370 miles. | 4!l members please try to attend There , cate and a Testimonial of Good Condyet : . | > , horns n - ;
the United Kingdom, bearing in] tyres, coachwork, engine. upholster’, ali | Will be a Netball match between Present | from the last School of aiataantes | FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., ” oor re Cabinets, Waggons DR en oi is +o
ae — yr 3rd September, in good condition. To be seen at Cour- | Day and Old Is 147 51 —2n Closing date for receiving applications ee ADVERTISE | SiNbR Canine hee eens : Dh. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD "
a state of war was notifiea, tesY Garage 12,7. 51—3n will be 28rd July | Wt. and Rush Chaire. rag ian ; : ;
" ‘ ' . = ‘ " . | tush Chairs—Desks in plain YEASTVITE TAB ed
with the German Reich —<— a sennereeenennni NOTICE There is a ant Foundation Scholar- | es and maho 1 De i " - LETS .
9 acti settefac, CAR; 1937 Chevrolet in good order e Ship tenable at the Alleyne School, | DA COSTA & CO. LTD in the anata 4 ganiea al, and hard- MUM
that active hostilities were] Apply to Springer, Rock Hall, St, Andrew. PARISH. OF BT. PRTER Applications must be made in writing to | BARBADOS ms oe Chairs—Rope Mats $1.08 ANALGESIC BALM

— ~ the pect =o 11.7.51—1n | Applications for one or more vacant oe Se and must be accom | BW. ADV OCATE

garding the surrender of the jenna Vest Exhit wor ees | panied by Birth Certificates and Testi cdicciaiiiieaiiaia:

German Sith idvied"on'the 8ti CARS—Vauxhall 14/6 in perfect con- acta ws th ee ocala iy we ides monials. Applicants must present sthem- | a

J e ss oth) dition new tyres, paint etc. Also Vaux-| signed up to July 26th 1981. under | selves for examination at the School on } ~. CARLTON BROWNE

une, 1945, but nevertheless the] ball 12 (Wyvern) in good shape, Apply Candidateg must be children of Parish- | Monday July 30tn at 9.30 a.m *

formal state of war with Ger-| Barbados Agencies. Ring 4908. foners In. staltened” civcumatancog any | Closing date for receiving appiientions 0 $ " ¥ Wholesale & Retail Druggist

many has continued to subsist 10.7.51--6n | must be bet awee DET aad; {9 will be Monday 23rd July | 7 Bae

zi 7 4 ee ‘ a ——_— —_—_—— — 4 ae D. C. CUMBERBATCH, SPRY STREEY. DIAL 4060 146 Roebuck St, Dial 2418

so far as Municipality Law of} CARS—1950 Morris Minor 10,000 Miles e haatibatiose must. be forwarded Headmaster. |

the United Kingdom is concern-| 1950 Morris Oxford 9,000 Miles. Like] q birth certificate, forms may be obtained | 23.1914 Gns. |

ed, and will so continue until Tlcad tae ee Pah ie ars Low | at the Parochial Treasurer's Office during

appropriate action is taken by| in vey goed poo sigga hoy Reon pag office hours, an Examination will be held WANTED NEW YORK SERVICE i.

H.M. Government to terminate] Royal. A bargain. Fort Royal Garage | “* ‘"® “*noo! on July fath at 10.9 mm QUEEN'S COLMEOE BARBADOS, |s.S. “SEABREEZE” sails 8th June Auived Detacie jon dulye ir, .

es teks. : ; Led. Telephone 4504. 6.7.51—6n. 7 Vestry Clerk Government Aided Secondary Day | A STEAMER sails 29th June sid ves ee es : ‘

5 hrough . circumstances} “y ener eee neem er | 19.7, 61-40 pohael Foot aiekn leer ers pig —_—_———— \
beyond German control it has Water inte CLAM tor Deltas oie ‘nla taasenermeesnnemseasnsnsiccleerene eepintineimintenviesteiie Required for January, —1952—Senio NEW ORLEANS SERVICE t nam tH

as yet proved impossible to con-| pool Both new For further particulars PROFESSIONAL NOTICE History Mistress to organise the Himotyi) 3 ALCOA POLARIS” sails 13th June Arrives Bariaton Sie arty ti | You have a HOUSE FOR SALE

a f hin " < sar 7 . 4A This is to infor satients and ,| 0 e@ School up to Open University 8 8, ALCOA ROAMER” sails 27th June rrives arba 4 o |

clude a Treaty which would| “PP!y: Ralph A Beard, or phone 4088. | tic that inform amy Patients and the | ccnolarship standard. First or Second| §.$, ALCOA PATRIOT” sails 11th July Arrives Barbados 27th July, 1961, ‘ 26 mm

147.51 —2n 1b et US find a Buyer

dispose of questions arising out : a closed from July 9th and will be reopened | C!a88 History Honours essential; Teaching or mae _—— | =f . € y

of the state of war with the on July 28rd Pinions and Sepecstics deestes | CANADIAN SERVICE | .

German Reich, have determined ELECTRICAz Dr H.. HUNT. Sroiee SLPS abot a tenaate) | SUL J |

; ve d ’ psig, | Honours $(1,584 x 72—2,304 x 120-2,784) | SOUTHBOUND |
that, without prejudice to the SNe ee ne A tS "| ber annum. An additional salary of $216 | Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives B'dos i
Occupation Statute, or to the es eset a aa . | per annum will be given to a Mistress |
us : One NORGE REFRIGERATOR, 6 cubit PROFESSIONAL NOTICE who has a Teaching Diploma “ALCOA PEGASUS June 27th June 29th July 9th | 2 2
decision of questions the settle-| (t. open type unit, to be seen at_Red- nety office will be closed for the annual Superscale salary for high qualifin-| sas “ALCOA PURITAN" July 26th July 9th July 19th | You wish to BUY A HOUSE
ment of which must await the] ™an & Taylors Garage 12.7,.51—3n Paeeay en the oe ae and opened on tions and good experience $(2,880 x 120--| 5s. ALCOA PENNANT" July 20th July 23rd August 2nd |
* s —— = . bn np Sere a y i hose persons who | 9.840 lus $216 per é : Fi t > i. a i ‘

conclusion of a Treaty, the for-| PHHLCO REFRIGERATOR: 9% cubic | have ul here pleare call. in. and| {oa Mistress who. har @. Teaching | NORTHBOUND Let US find it for YOU

af oe , war ae the) ft. Full width freezing chamber. Brand | collect same before the 7th. July. * Diplo. Position on this scale will start| «% “ALCOA PARTNER" due July 13th — sails tor st. Lawrence :

nitec ingdom an ermany] ew unit. Reconditioned throughout, H. HARCOURT-CARTER. at the Sétlon, | 4 River Ports. |

shall be immediately termin-| â„¢8Y be inspected at Leo Yard, Cheap- Ophthalmic Ontiec The passage will be paid out to Bar | ae |

ated. Boa Bie H. OL, sett Sree bados, but not the return passage, Tho | * These vessels have limited passenger accammodation, - ie

A notification is, therefore, be- > : aay! carl appointment is for three years, with she | —— |
se at 2 ’ . ss 7 option of joining the permanent staff — YORK AND GULF SERVICE. |
ing published that the formal state BADIO™{6-tube: Philips Battery Radio ASSOCIATION after that, when a term’s leave on full KOBERT THOM LTD. NEW ANADIAN SERVICE F é
of war with Germany has termin-| “4 @ wind charger prly to the > AGENDA pay will be granted after five years’ APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—C V.A.

y t manager of Ruby St. Philip of special general Meeting to be held at} service, but unfortunately leave passages
fn eae on the 14.1.51-—2n. | Combermere School Hall Roebuck Street, not paid : gen EL LN | Hardwood Alley i ’Phone 4683
ay 0 uly, Dh. "hn war A Men nea ; on Saturday, 14th July, 1981, at 1.30 p.m Applications, with copies of recent . ;

His Majesty's Government in Piaacr br at > REFRIGERATOR—7 Cu. 1 pee. by Mr K u w testimonials, should be forwarded, not t My — _ =
the United iingdont irust wunerve 5-239. Sey Shiota Economist of the Tnatitute on reial |jater than 31st July, 1961, to the Acting K ¢ |< APPLE PPL PLE 3 =

‘ foe he ’ onomic evar Headmistress of Queen's College ° \4 ) >
Sa ene UT le caninel’ te] REPEAT. Rarer al Gnaaee.| Geactnnt Tere Ome nanos, BW si—2n. | Ht |X x
s | . i , — 2 .. ne on —_ — . »
: : adi ; | Electrolux 3c. ft. Apply S. G. WARD, There will be a short Break pr .
virtue of Trading with the Enemy . ; a? a ee WANTED | 1% e x

* ; ‘ : * | Rices St. Philip. 14.7.51—3n 2. Minvtes ef last General Meeting e 1 >
legislation or in the custody of any 3. Aud tee 5ON © cGF : OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM .

gs stod) yy . uditors Report HARRISON COLLEGE, BARBADOS t 1 Sy ‘a
prize court but they desire to re- REFRIGERATOR— One Superfex oil] 4. Proves marks by President BW fl >) ) :
call that under that legislation no burning Refrigerator. In perfect work- 5. General iness eside REQUIRED: If possible in JANUARY | Webel Fron haaden Due 1s A Vacancy exists with the National Cash Register Com- %

= “ eas ing order. Apply Miss Johnson, Cana-| Please be in your seats early 1952 | esse * snts . j i j | ¥
ee a been placed sirice'l wine Bank af Cammeares. 10.08 i ks sate: A GRADUATE. to teach PHYSICS up| = Berveies 1h pany’s Agents for an Apprentice Mechanic. Applications are x a
29.3.49 in the way of the resump- General ‘Secretary to OPEN SCHOLARSHIP STANDAT |S.S, “TRADER . Liverpool 7th July 22nd July | invited from individuals between the ages of 19 and 22, who % s
tion of full commercial and finan- LIVESTUULK 12.7.81—2n |. SALARY: This ia by annual incre-|S-S- “EXPLORER” .. —., London ith July 28rd July | ssess the following attributes: Education fo School Certificat ee
cial dealings between persons in ie “WN TRE ASSISTANT COURT D7 | ments of £30 to a maximum of £000. In|S.S, “STUDENT” .. — .. London tite muly ‘ Seem-daly | R) bomen The seeewing site bubesr eee er ertificate =
the United Kingdom and persons}, COW: One young Cow fresh in milk, 7 " OF APPEAL addition £45 per annum will be paid for|S.S, “ADVISER” Ve .» Glasgow 12th July 25th July & Standard; mechanical aptitude; initiative personality, The suc- % ‘
in Germany or of the acquisition |*? Pints dally. Apply Panwa rece Re: The Workmen's Compensation Act, Sete EXEENSES: ae ontoe S.5. “NOVELIST” .. . London 23rd July 6th Aug. % cessful applicant will be required to undergo a three to six: by
of property not then subject to eee a Set eee g 148 ot exceeding 2900 will be paid against |5-S. “SPEAKER” —.. ., Liverpool 25th July 8th Aug. | x ; : cc a
control, and this position “will HORSE—Suitable for Riding, Driving or uance is hereby given that Carl Reid ppropriate vouchers, Up to the present enone neermennniasnaatinaceindaiseeesiacetttig — ——. ean ee | % months probationary period in Barbados, followed by a similar ~ 4 ce
remain unaltered. seh cee is wis Bui Gied as a result St an’ injury sustainna | 02 passdge money je available for leave HOM“ WARD FOR TH UNITED KINGDOM % period in training in Trinidad. Salary during the periods .of “2

ppiy: Manager, River, § pili * . may o turn ” ‘ les't : ”

Contracts concluded before the . Cn aE ae ¥ an Whee eae as a Laboratory “The post is pensionable under the Bar- Closes in % probation and training will be between $45.00 and $70.00 per —%&. 2
war between persons in the United |} ———_____| mnie, now a eo Arbor Factory, | yados Teachers’ Pension Act. No contri- | Vessel For Barbados > 3 : , x
Kingdom and persons in Germany| ,PUPPIRS—5 Cocker Spaniel Puppies |}, Ee ed heen eer has} putions are payable, but the minimum |s.S_ “SCULPTOR” Liverpool 16th July | month depending on the age and experience of the individual *
will also remain subject to Trad-| sy9, °"¢ White) Pedigree Stock. Biome! ALL the denendants of the said Carl Serrlarn Cnienk, 1s deucred Bb qualifying | 5:S. “TRIBESMAN - London 19th July ~ Apply in writing only, giving full particulars, and submitting %& -
ing with the Enemy legislation, Reid (deceased) are hereby required to! | caer the English Teachers’ Superannu- | S.S. TRATEGIST” . Greenock 24th July 12? Sos , par ; * aa elae -

& g . ae 2 ‘

b ac “onclud 4 MISCEL’ i appear at the Assistant Court of Appeal | ation Act. saeaneneninsenthenoerennrnesitets ———— veee a Passport Photograph to The National Cash Register Co's. %&

ut contracts concluded on or S LLANEOUS on Wednesday the 18th day of July,|“ \f{ARRISON COLLEGE is a day Gram-| For further information apply te -- - , ee ‘ y
after 29,3.49 have been in the|——————— 1951, at 10 o'clock, a.m mar School of 580 taking the O. & C | pply x R Agents, c/o T, Geddes Grant, Ltd,, Bolton Lane 2
same position as contracts con- iit ee rks RULER Pacth Dated this 14th day eae General Certificate and working to Open DA COSTA & Cco.. LTD.—Agents 1.7.51—8n .
cluded with persons in any] >; a a x! , Scholarship standard, It has a Six x

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Test Games At Lords
Leave Out Old Trafford

By Johe MacAdam

LONDON.

ONE OF THE QDDER PHENOMENA of the British

sporting scene is the addiction to Old Trafford as a venue

for Test matches Test matches that often don’t get fin
ished, or if they do, get finished in one unsatisfactor:
manner or another

It is time somebody in the higher realms of cricket
upped and made a move to throw Manchester out of the
ericket curriculum.

rae _ — Foc that matter, they might
E mal a move to get Nottingham

ae cut of it, too, for obviously that
feather-bed of a wicket at Trent

Fridge no place for a test of

thing more exacting than

b lliards.
Cricket is the

game, ancl it
re apparent that

national summer
becomes more and

its great mo-





“avitt: Now
For Davis Cup

(By FRANK ROSTRON)

New Wimbledon champion Dick
Savitt headed the great annual
tennis exodus by flying from Lon-
don to play in the U.S. clay court
champion starting in Chicago.

Savitt told me: “My main pre-
occupation now is to make
Davis Cup team to play against
Japan in a couple of weeks’ time.”

Savitt added with naively under-
stated modesty: “I think my Wim-
bledon win will help me to get a
place,”

It certainly will, Master Savitt,
and, by the look of things, Aus-
tralia will find it a much bigger-
than-anticipated problem to
prevent the holder of the Wim-
bledon and Australian titles
proving the deciding factor in
the regaining of the Cup

Next Target

The new and jhighly popular
triple Wimbledon title-holder Miss
Doris Hart to Birmingham
this morning with her women's
doubles ghampionship partner

goes

reents should be enacted excius- Shirley Fry to play in the Edgbas-
ively at the headquarters of the ton tournament,
game, Then she returns to London fo:
Lord's is the place for all Test a four-day shopping expedition
imatches--end an end to all this “to see the Festival, to go to a
ily business of taking touring show or two, and do all the things
sides all over the country to play a girl can’t do when ghe is con-
them. centrating on winning Wimble-’
Write Them Off don. :
Neither Nottingham nor Man- No planes this time. | She sails
chester (to say nothing of the ‘9° New York On Friday week
Oval) can supply these conditions !% the Queen Elizabeth for a few
for a fair test of cricket and the “@ys’ rest at sea.
sooner they are written off in the . Then she plays at Orange, New
international sense the better. Jersey, in the doubles only, then
All the fans have had hunce t@ the tournament at Essex Massa-
to see the touring side against chusetts, on to Boston with Shirley
county teams in i between the Fry for the national doubles
ALFRED VALENTINE Tests. Those who want to see oer ee followed by the
them also in Test conditions will ign Pet Ses
“VALENTINE” LEAVES make the trip to London and see She is the fourth player to win
(From Our Own Cocrespondent) them under the best conditions, ll three titles. The others are
KINGSTON, July 10. Suzanne Lenglen, Alice Marble,

: I : You don’t have the Derby run
Alfred Valentine leaves
island by plane on August 31 for race for the Diamond Sculls at

the at Manchester or Plumpton, or the

and Louise Brough.
And now my snapshot summary

Panama where he will join the Lowestoft, or the Cup Final at of this topsy-turvy 1951 Wimble-

S.S. Akaroa, bearing the other Accrington, or the All-England ©. Main feature: unparallelec

West Indies players from the Lawn Tennis Championships at (loseness in ability of the first 12

Southern Caribbean. Kirkintilloch. men, making one afternoon’s form
They will proceed to New These events all have their the decider,

Zealand, then on to Sidney, Aus- special significance in the sporting

tralia.

B.G. Lifter For

calendar and venue exclusive
themselves. It is time that cricke
stayed at home for big matches
and home is Lord’s,

More than that, there should be



to
“t post-war years

(Painful lesson: No visible’ pro-
gress by British players after six
Our girls par-

ticularly depressing because none

cf them can serve hard enough to
, initiate an attack. A little less
style and more hitting seems the

W ‘Id G: ha an aa of this business of the rainedy
or yames att it ints te a sath of cricketing ., Best. tennis of the fortnight:
tAdvocate. Correspondent) ability, then let it be a test under oe oe eon i k
GEORGETOWN, July 11. equal conditions. Why shouldn't ability Teepe eet | :
Gordon Petrie, 26-year old the wicket be moved for each “7 0) MOG eS Sedgman; 2
British Guiana heavyweight S@parate innings, so that each side Drobny; 4, Flam; 6. McGregor: 6
weightlifting champion who now Shall have a comparable surface Sturgess: 7 Bergelin; 8, Larsen; 9
lives in England will represent ‘0 play on? P: a ‘10 Richardson Rte so
British Guiana at the World | As it is, too much depends on Women: 1. Hart; 2, Fry; 3
Championships in Italy this year. ihe toss and on the groundsmen Brough; 4 Chaffee 5, ‘Baker 6.
The b.G. Association decided to 22d on the weather—all things 1 eS Wai aith: :

that have nothing whatever to dc
with the actual batting, bowling
felding, and tactical abilities o
the sides.

send Petrie to Italy on the recom-
mendation of the Secretary of the
British, Empire Weightlifting
Federation.

Petrie started lifting in 1942 and
in 1946-broke all existing records
in the heavyweight class in the
three Olympic lifts. At the con-
test he totalled the highest aggre-
gate ever accomplished in British
Guiana — 806 pounds. In August
the same year he beat his own



TOURNAMENT

tournament
r.oon.

continues this after

record in the three lifts, ending the semi-finals for the Y. de Lima
with a total of 825 pounds. In doubles trophy.
November, 1948, he broke the E. R. Atkinson and C, V. Gittens

British Empire snatch record vs. C. R. E. Warner and L. G.
when he pulled 270 pounds over- Hutehinson.

head to better the mark then held D. W. Wiles and J. S. B. Dear
by the Knight of England 264 vs. Hon. V. C. Gale and V. H

pounds. Chenery.

SUMMERHAYES TENNIS

The Summernayes Tennis Club’s

Matches to be played are

Walker-Smith; 8, Sco-
9, Bolton; 10

du Pont; 7,
field-Davidson
» Tuckey.

f
Trinidad Sports Shorts

(Advocate Correspondent’
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 13.
Frederick Forde, 52-year-old
walker beat James Jackson, Trini-

>



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* miles 625 yards, distance on
Sunday.

It is reported that the winner of
the T.T.C, Summer sweep is Cyril
Morgan a woodcutter of Biche
{this is a semi forest where coal
burners and woodcutters live),
Sangre Grande, Trinidad. He ik
- paid to be the purchaser of the

ticket that drew Lupinus.



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WHAT’S ON TO-DAY

Police Courts — 10.00 a.m.
Meeting of the Barbados
Civil Service Association
at Combermere school —
1.30 p.m.
Opening of a Baby League,
St. Andrew — 4 p.m.
Police Band Charity Concert
Wakefield, British Coun-
cil. — 5 & 8 p.m.
CRICKET
Today is the last day of
the second series of First
and Intermediate cricket and
the last day of the third in
Second Division.
In the First Division the
matches are —
Wanderers vs. Empire at
the Bay
Pickwick vs. Spartan at
the Oval
Police vs. Y.M.P.C. at the
Park
College vs. Carlton at Col-
lege
Combermere vs. Lodge at
Combermere
The Intermediate
matches are :—
Cable & Wireless vs. Spar-
tan at Boarded Hall
Mental Hospital vs. Wan-
derers at Black Rock
Regiment vs, Empire at
the Garrison
Windward vs. Pickwick at
Congo Road
The Second Division
matches are :—
Empire vs. Combermere
at Bank Hall
YÂ¥.M.P.C, vs. Wanderers at
Beckles Road

Division

Lodge vs. Foundation at
Lodge

Carlton vs Police at Carl-

ton

Central vs. College at
Vaucluse

Leeward vs. Pickwick at
Foster's,

CINEMAS
Empire: “Soldiers Three’? — 4 45

and 8 40 pm

Olympic: “Belle of Old) Mexico”
and Jungle Stampede” — 4 30
and 815 pm

Plaza: “Operation Pacifie’ — 4 45
and & 80 pm

Aquatic Club: “The Heiress”
5 and 830 pm





| Tour Of India
Is Temptation
To Bedser
M.C.C, are carefully feeling the
way before officially choosing their

ide for India, the only memver
ot which thug far announced ia

Nigel Howard captain (writes
Bruce Harris).
Soundings are being taken to

find out who is available, the
upproach being through the county
ciubs in the case of the pros,

I understand that such inquir-
ies have been made concerning
«very member of the side. Players
decline to discuss the matter until
they are definitely asked, but it
is easy to judge how the wind
viows.

My prophecy is that Ikin,
Evans, Statham, Tattersall, Laker
and Graveney will certainly go,
but not Brown.

Unlikely

The choice of Howard implies
es much. Compton, is unlikely
because of his knee trouble, Wat-
son because of his football com-
mitments.

Doubtful cases are those of
Hutton, Bedser and Simpson; all
inese had a _ severe tour of
Australia last winter and have
nad a surfeit of cricket. .

Spooner, the Warwickshire
keeper-batsman, is a strong can-
didate. So are Ridgway, of Kent,
1s a fast bowler, and Poole, of
Notts, as a left-handed batsman.

Bedser, who has done an enor-
mous amount of work in the last
three years, would do well to take
a winter’s rest, even though the
temptation does exist to add to
he 150 Test wickets already his.

The Weather

TO-DAY

Sun Rises : 5.45 a.m.
Sun Sets : 6.25 p.m.
Moon (Full) July 18
Lighting : 7.00 p.m.
High Water : 12.10 p.m.
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for month to yester-
day: 1.43 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 86.5°F.
Temperature (Min.) 73.0°F.
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) S.E.,
(3 p.m.) ENE
Wind Velocity 9 miles per
hour
| Barometer (9 am.) 30.817,
(3 p.m.) 29.963

ANSWER TO 48
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PM CM, EM RDPPRW CMXwW,
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I'M.I 1UO ll.XKII U)OS \l)\ el Ml SATIKI1.W JIIY II. Ml fyuub Callinq H is and i %  left Barbados ) Tram%  Short Visit L ADY STOW who had been Mil A ot Gn Ownada bj B.W.LA Brother and Sister M l MRS ASHLEY PH< IMPS) >\ •* MI from morning bj B.W.i. A • spend about two --intl Bl tin i Hotel Mr. Thompson who J a brother of Mis Thee Al ssync "i N< in Ui ft John is a merchant In Grenada an i ,....' < .: %  %  %  St • the oreraBva JHi ho I id, I ARTIE S HUDU^K IIIIHIIJJ %a ^-:^.:r lr'. rhr haa*.** Con ink Announcement E uncement %  w le is .1 •hat' ment Corpo>..'.i that (he Chairman, Lord Keith, ha* now loot %  II the joint Controller thele when hied I*ord TrefRarne. Hugh Week.* tereiUlv jajfl %  ,, . tared account%  The Rich Hotel Nomad Makes One More Halt of happy poemi." *he during %  Uut the VOtSeS :>riC wrote were nut oftei. %  -'.her was their author loneliness. That is the recurrent theme B.B.C. Radio Programme SATURDAY HIV H EVELYN moWS #%  %  h are the !f into the %  %  is. left I for the Bit Ernoal Wood wnl t" the CDC in 11*48. During hiAirny caraar, hi : LieUintf the British Am > rf U50.000 refutees out of (Surma In l. ing her fourth husbaiI tick bed i von Cramm plaj il V. p IMi i i. B nan ii i %  the furBMUien players I be Barm.ince? I). ., Hack in 1. im star C W2 IT 111 %  n. J II J" %  m 1 And Now? rHAT BSATt? Her plans are ague, uncertain When she i may move on to -i A sr> 500 a vaai l 1 nian Prince Igor i nt report %  I I ... %  in the .dre* %  I i„ B W.I.A T.IE OOOD COMPANIONS the UthuaVon Cfuam BhCort Barbara Hutto^ -t Wimblodon tlon uf waiting until the inher at her hotel to commiserate i rks Itaall <>ut Hut sha does not encourage them i lut iftaj a i i II i '" ll Bl. %  M i lo see Well enough last any but such old intimate* as von • • • pas Back From Public Health Course M p CLARENCE HAYNES. the Q, of He, %  M 11 %  • %  ndlnal Health I %  Bafora I a weni lo Jam %  %  M Chief Reason Kayna had beet „.,. 4 Mits B AVi.nr.urKu Ofno 'I ' .i.bbons. the preaaid I lo Lslttnl Offleer was In Jamaica nilai coume. %  is raturnlng ight to KO dancing ( lini. TO Clink EEN yean agao n wilh her %  sh Count %  feKpn HauarwiU-Bcvenilow. -hortl:. 1 i'. tru Ilutton n' home surlertng. it w-as %  i %  kiimming treat%  i %  i i Mi Hull •;•) %  Peace of mind would be Ihe onl> ...;.: i . M i urbara Hutton hoi never poasessea, eaieepi nrietiv Her Oi'ts All man's letters are in ithyme BIRMINGHAM ^..itv-nme-year-old Ml C>n. Houghlon. of Evesham Rood, Astwood Bonk. Worcotcrnhne, Ihe RAINBOW SCHOOL CHISUXHURST. Kent Chlslehursl chtldran who go to He.lhill junior school, cull their "rainbow" whool the coluur %  theme l b iso r them for suspecte.! llcttj v trouble From doctor to Two Weeks Dropnli Un limr • sh f for health in Sw JOAN HARRIS*' London ghter l Mr. and %  %  tti I'sris i-.nU Now she the to arrai .,„,„,!,,, leaving for Trinidad ,„ent of hei broken marria v^nfay morning to B-W.ljA. fl he wept at the airport Sha will be awaj fot two wei k i n awaj man iiids of pour.d< oi her -',-1 with ill II %  .! %  %  froi %  .-Tu-nts liolo-playjjy, a reo ly from civil servant Miss Mdivani. who Margaiet Cross also in verse— has written more than 600 letters in Colour along the corridors rhvme. range from grey to eau-de-nil, and Ra began 17 years ago, always (rom wann %  hades of pink to A.itrill vei-e. iMi-'ln. tha let., lll:(l ,,. ,,;l,,v. ters are to trtends, strangers or Thc ciin t C cn has vivid stnpcti • %  Royalty. He has answers from the Kint Queen Mary, Princess EliiabeWi %  dlstrlDuti %  awnings %  i gin and comfortable little £.,.£ S3 other m ;-n,ber, ol tn. V Itly without pubM ISS I, Mis> %  Harrtaon from Caileton College. hleh Is ii %  id: %  l Bha la still compnni' I But these acts have %  --..disfactlon Sid to IKthe reward of i She read Maeterlinck. and thought vMstfully th t she too 1 %  ikiiin for a Hlue Bird She had power to pnl most things In Same Plane M RS P HEWITT MYRING, wife ol c i) snd w P Advlaai returned from %  hti sno I rl II to Antigua on Truant la r and Mi s. Cl a I tlj in Antigua arrtvad rrero Aniii lathed to Bai clays Bank'i branch %  i %  lined by earning out to the wMatwS for £ an.e,plant from tha UA ti rnrfaBi vnealimi SIN formerly. Iuwlu ""'" pending it al Lannosrvtlia . c l* k Quebec. He raopaa n coma -town Learning hnglisn .r when he will have Tk* Iss LINE IHHtMi-Y of aTdrtcumpleted his COUree at lhat COlIVl de-Frame who had bteil U1 bald next week in Port-ot Spain, she U not dua back la Canada ..I-. She hopes to i • Not v MM mi. I ins Year M R W'll.l IAM .. who is adieUM at I•> la Collaaje, Montr Ins third yeai axsjmlnaUoni Mill' si, ht known as will II.,| hi f||] Ho will then spend a huhll;.rh:idos %  Ith hla mother before goinu |e,):ninu BtUdlCS. for SB Engllnh i,til Bepta Going; to Windsor C ANON P i) w MOORaX b) leaving Barbados on Julv I Ind for Engh'iut M t hi Oalatbla. He is going i" •wra In Wlndai I' He will U.lit.nhe.' ta i church then and will ..i>" b, Chaplain "f a ho-pitol In Witdaor Mrs Moore u already .mi. Incidental Intelligence I '.IVKII throw an old until I've sal on ii and punchi d Ii w '""i lo saa it i different look, M iW of thr S ih, gay. i'."' utton oi the carefi i about 4 ,"" '••'i'j'"'"*•" w %  m.u!:;..:"ni',:r,;;^ ffi lifiand peopll olxluralely refused u go ihe araj she acharntd for one sense, she was al %  bti. aha oavt Irank It was just those big ideiis A Yank Aged li Is (iimig lo Oxford Cl Ot .ink 11 %  l I; W I A art] returned lo Lodge wtl* "' thi Oovernoi ii, NEWELL RtKiEKS YORK The Oddt V WfOl %  next W j %  ir-old Alfred I %  ... %  %  %  %  i h hlstor> i. i Sayi hi 111 bi litl n anl< t ike me lo i laara and around ihe Look up ,niv %  'I iJtieQ -'I Ills e of the i Mines IIIn the Rockies that went to her head. Whan she came to London for t he first lima al i!> young fabulously wraalthy, and extremely the e5,000--yeai 'e.iui.iui \ ^ • iva tha due to I handsome Jtr troubled story. I am a restA l, m, J-ss mdyidual who likes to be ,,,„., .„,„ txmUnuaUy seeing new la .. i,,,^ ,. p oylng new as^rlancai, shi ..... MtM %  th< .g., an., ,,...., -. aster Col%  %  %  %  %  m kwtog from eounintry and from huaband Princetown University New Jer"• husband, she exclaimed disttustedly. speaking of her quarrel I K 5 111! '> llll AlrVIVIIICIA Ol I %  fun Ai. u s.o-i Perkins He straightened *"'' •• ^mtvihtn* out." %  itherine HOI Ha U i Tn I Sal i I ixford %  Alfred . i %  %  %  Not thai hi lot iminntiii %  %  Ike VtTJ Rev I on holi' lornwall raid l doal o enent of the doubl It has taken ,r %  38 years lo learn helter. I guess I am still a child From childhoodthat of an only child longing vainly for a normal borne baeuround she poured forth her frustrations and other B 1 shall live a BY THE WAY Ify llvachcom hvr I rtrhampi n of which i tcet our heads '.limn are are In his recent "Anthi 128, council t—dlllg SDtttra In tha .lark" Readings," for wlmh ht consulted houses are to be built with %  eilnn.Moreover, thev ue a badga oi mOTt than live hundie., net lower than usual, "to office. guaranteeing thai the books 01 hla COilOftfuet. Mr. Edgai r rw-flylna airwearer is a serious-minded. fulK Catyton. who read for the old craaV qurJined meter-reader, and not a Stoke-Wonu-rsley Gas Company To give more room to aircraft tfndabout r.ppieiitu e. glancing quotas aomo dtllghtfUl figures %  may haw rldewaya al gtrli all tha time. Fatty ftirn tlwir BttPaVn qpHl^SK men h IV0 W |Hlt I with such idiotic q -v "Have you rood '•nv good meters lately"** And n 1 humour th.anti-social hog i tailed say, two mcher eft the CTOWn if %  bowler or fel. R %  i %  ram of a top h .• One of tha councUlon idea of tha lo;ei oalhhi back Into the nttary" He probably meant .-i step forward Into the nexl %  %  : %  i %  Bui ba thai Umt oir. ByTng in and.rut of doors and basement windnv d people will live under the ground, for safety. I trim 11 %  •-• HlUl'lT' S MACK into the brimless bowler tin. Uxtse talk nf depriving ion of their bow I ..in ewaro that there is some truth In the remark of the laded 1 hoataaa who with languid inso'.I I I MB one gas' II v bowler, you've seen them all.*' It is also true that gas-inspectors', bowlers always look cither as if they had been left out all night, or Bj if nondescrlpt had btan sna weeks on i with ihe in: boaa beta proMEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S SHIRTS Gaberdine 56" tor instance. "Index rending: 342 add two cipher*,' 1 which was oiu ol Mi 0surge Farnham's maslcrMJ rarnbarn, who roaa %  |. ; i m luantl) beeam %  chlal mete. for the Edmonton Gu^ Companj 11 IN bowlti is now In vhosays: "I really cant think tni > Natural History Mu I ,vhy you do this. What's it for V Cheltenham. Jl'I.Y 2IST tor MlirttllM K IIAI.I." PARADISE BEACH (II II BROADWAY DRESS SHOP A SMALL SHIPMENT OF AMERICAN DRESSES BROAD STREET — TEL. 3895 Rupert and Simon — 32 NOW SHOWING DAILY l. ir, A 9.39 .. ,17 .. EM&MBE 4-G-M'S lAKGH UiO THIILL KH %  ^ %  ^ Jlt i asai w a v %  • he star of 'King Solomon's Mines". STEWART GRnNStR, isleiT'fic "i a bg MGM dthenUe 1 INFANTS' SCHOOL The school WBI (U MKncd by Mr Gamham Wright. Kent county .trehiii't ti.nnlv. His next letter will go •Q MI Attlee Mr. Houghlon likes cycling. walking and music, sometimes pan the church organ. | .-. hool spreads over 26.000 And his VTraes? He wrote one SQUlirr f. r \ and will COW o me after I saw him. Of them ||ll|(l K ,-„und when an it Mafl school, planned on similar lines. "I've found many friend* ti m ,._ Wh I visit w,-. All i;. M Boor %  ^xcepl lor writing il..-..l'"'i iv hl will be inc linrory. By i hynio IJ:..V. —L.E.S. AQI'.Vri CUlBl t'l.N'KSIA (M.mb.r. Only) •• THE HEIRESS OIJVIA IW HAVIL1 AND Ml.NTOOMEKV HAI.I1. II II VHIIS.N v.i.1. V.IRIAM IKll-KIVb MOXA nOTCTtAN A r.~~.." r...... MU 2-110 roo.%v .1 *•' ##. \f i rauacsroaw n >.o, p....i -OHN WAYNE OPERATION PACIFIC" -„..,., ...... ...... i r-i CARIBBEAN PREMIERE I -PHANTOM ml CIIISATOWVJ „..,„. „ -5'ADDUE SSSSSSKI PAYMENT ON DEMAND IM. \/. \,:?.. %  tip Uold*>n Ciirl* a I I" IN AHMH h. lr.hnl.-Ur a THI I \1 riUION SiTe TUNITS; urriKN os TS *rixi\ LugDil At John Carradinc A HEsrMAHU HOI KD i r.ibioT. Ken Witiuid Hob SteelGAIETY Till' f.\KI>LN — ST. JAML> raaai I BU.SJBIMM.i "• %  • %  Hisno ao\o SAN ANTONIO" ry ir!tri'd that ih*-c to ulk IO, Rupen *nd Jtk iht jy ro I>rpn.>.i i, WtB, wall, w you mu \ the olil 1 1 hi ok! wosdn *' %  %  .!!; 1 %  %  hr.-e Scm io J woodlind inKfc, Thr H .if milci iwsi %  %  %  i ind *n they ttt %  h:*li w.ll r. ihaak ARROW B. V. D. Grey. ELITE Striped RELIANCE Per yard White $7.10 Tan. Blue .__$7.31 $4.03 $3.90 4.55 4.87 i ftII iff lit visit < LIB AlOIU.W The matt fleauriful Mohr Club from Miami to Rio with a icortd-tride routotion for good food Hfu sic, Da n ring En terta in m en t throughout the night Dial 4000 for reservations ii f, O u E r MI K i f it i: To-day 5 6. 8.15 p.m. and Conlinulng They meoW a bargain when may married. -tBM 7 // / c o i v r t; a r 81 r c \ r *'4&S++&*VSS*,UW*S*S' r 'S*^ T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE 4606 STEWA9T WALTER GRANGERPiDGEON DftViD ROBERT NIVLN %  NEWTuK CYRIL CUSACK • GRETA GYiiT FRANK ALLENGV 3^PMTTHC PUDVUD xir; s.nrini, wmsucmu' ion Keo md m Dinciid HI TAV GARNEn Mtir CALLING ALL FISHERMEN! .... Rylands Mesh Wire for Fish Pots Lacing Wire Hounsclls Fishing lines C — 36 lbs. i looks Stainless Stocl Win Cotton and Seine Twines THE iiAiiiiAiios o-nii:n ATIVI: (OTTO.x HI mm mi. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 EMPIRE ..., U.li. i n ...J I ROYAL M-G-M ivasaati "SOl.DIKftS 7///Vrr' %  %  %  iaa %  i and Robert Nvl> now •HOCK ISIAND TRAIL OLYMPIC ii ..... I>r/./> ii .'SWVSSrsSSA**. "JUN0MS STAMPS!**"



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S vi i 1:1 %  \ \ HIS 11 KAKUAIKIS U>\OI Ml i",(.i i n i P Planters .rivpare For Provision Crops I IT THE 1951 CH ahcd. %  %  i UncM md the wnll %  I | %  %  %  till .1 number oi Ik Id* whJ | well %  them said thai ... ;. %  %  l nix pl.mt n tondiliOn but number Of lleids nf %  ' reUow apl) now re%  %  At li 4.\III;II\ mwi'i'i \itM(. Goi I. Approve %  : p will %  %  %  %  %  St. Andra* the 0\ whauHng Macilnfttj us down thaii I TgB Die In Bridgetown .it 10.30 %  live with i the barj.iiiriv ,.. %  uiai Bargain h] % %  t t ( t i md behM ti.-rtaii^. u % %  .iuiin.ilm pui sold At thi i %  : ,,-ki d I I %  in. anicinls walk umriUlngl) Th i h.nr to lie pushed nut of %  %  | ties rhe • Wht i. m aid ;( butcher yaata i I'n-f.i the DOM %  BOM %  Th< ugh tha an much noise ii. M one WOuU OXpCCI •" "i i. imi"' re usualb il i til ML FortUHB Telling School. wll -' Tins L,.il\ amUlMd III > worked well UghOUt the ciop. Th. held up during pupUi will ad .. r,,,^ ,,i %  i % %  jects; S H i Ward appi %  ra-oul neid. md ire La; W W Reeci a iltini .i tractor lo prepare tin K Showers Ycedrd "S|ic. i;il" %  t h.ss %  lion %  ; It %  tha pupils m < %  to found In the Junior Di | n I In i iiiiiluoi.ii must DC LI a targa masbar af anil • %  ed their vhool Hie without benefiting from Hie lull.r %  aheol i\|Mrinn.". lli.l wan -uili-,1 II their age. itnce UM formal lessons the> r.. ilveil i M..d.iptBd t< pupiU miieh younaer ihoush oi ahracff patontJaUtlai Haai lhem*elvev lod.it the (iroriurlieii In tluJunior Iteiurlinriil h Ml''!' .ni.i iii.ii in the Baadar itepartmrni han risen l W %  •>' I .'7 1 respetth < %  ) %  Ilius the aawlla wfaaat adnea U a na l axpert ea aa waa lannarl] limited to ih.it -uiiiit im Hi.Jnaler Dal> riin in< f MIHM>K. umi en)*> %  fuller MfeaeJ rxperleneimar.ronalaaanl with th.-ir aar. an-l :;.t UH opp-irtlllliti dill" I iind.r Hie tha "ifi a rganw a Han ta dlMtiirr and deelr Ihau iperUI Interesls and -plitudei. s.. Car aa e-pilpmont is conhavi %  dch the school%  ufteTM 1 oi %  %  .'ded In my these will help tbl ibly", he said. n. v. Outran i .,. j. Crop is-liiokllig very well. but on account >( tha lata crop, rerj bai Irward lo cultt%  %  %  During the laii crop, they bad %  %  tha faetoi v. but the < i rot tin' Hi .1 !l Hiilimson Acting Govern m ent Analyst *'ho aaid that un Ajml T .. green ...ipet was brought to hirn with ,._._.. metal attached Hi i umlnad Uia rpet %  %  found •• hola In it and rop along the edge black li, umed thai tha hole wu .•.•.,' %  • %  -. liu'.nr. ' I I .... . %  i %  16,173 TONS OF SUGAR SHIPPED Tde Motor vsate] OajaMHUi t iiHoiru.'ior began loading ;i ahlp* menl "< • MO tons Bpeightstown tin st. John and Montreal yesterday. Shi .'d ,,t Bpetghtatown on Thui-wav From B lawn*! harbout wai teeming with I miiti-i rnan from tin en. wars arrivbig by busaa arid gatung to woi i 'hart workei labourers—some of wd from Spelghtatown ware %  > th l.ighteiv i < %  touai and six M< n'l m trolleys, wh tunning t (1 md rrom u* %  %  tha building >believed Id It w.is i i ia .i hotel 11. ol taking down lh< sen going mi f With ,i, the City, gollen to Dt ill *.. Iarg< %  %  Street whi rc t> : Lynchs building IN bethere n nudn tin i in Broad Blraat about .... i' .:. %  I ..i %  B Boxt Road liowavar, %  nd abnoat every building has gallery Their rn -t iagma N : tl %  JU.IKC r. 1. Tavlor and Judge .i W. B. i %  d with %  echnon .f Mr .• w i Walwyn, Police Hagbttrata and wlthoul prejudice • caat tht police \iibin rook Suttla stict. charging hbn "f ling tn tell fortui agent who wanted •• %  !•.. %  %  eon | . %  | had aped against the I Magi Lynch & Co ,•.'. a., ialon Mi I w Bar.V I < %  i oman (>lga Clarke who wag doing dull on Sutt HI J..IHI.UV .it 7 o'| || tl %  offenci wai commlWad wai he chief %  %  .. ., Harold Lyiv h • i led bouar when ( t.i %  h km. ked and Conk opened ih< door Lynch told Cook Hi.it ha .i. .i in feel vci\ hot -it nlghl and %  nii.i not ileep took invited th n to ill around i law He than wonl Into i i ."t • %  the mom whli h wa crei ned "tr and returned with % %  glaaa In which tlahisd v"i* floating on %  ome iiiHi %  %  frith in" 1 .< %  !!, %  put the lama on %  and told tl i i ima mi "I i.i.v r i r papai Lyni h wrota hi %  ., and i"" 1 took up tha pteci led I behind u* DRINK & ENJOY COOLING & REFRESHING 24TIN I flt-r Slttr't I ii I., a., PICNIC SETS II .V Cl {'ii. Ilenor ;.r. Rnporl M KM shipping i i tons. AH tl %  they h a ,i the Uggaatcrop ,,„ . ,, 0 „d tram 51* ifi I b .. i.. tt>. MERCHANT WILL PAY £5 Ordand OIoM A cs unc was yaotardai imWhat back Lynch told K i) N. Maxwell of I ha wanted in fortuna toM %  1...i. i Street by tha u i I i W.K.M ...M i i I thi Court of Api ' l 1 ;' 1 ""' Mi G ir.nii., and ML J W a reao Thfc r Crienen Maxwell % %  found two id %  %  ...: ill %  in Th. in/ %  At Hani st <; %  j 9,4 .1 ixwell mil and I (In h al ed sup|.i>n Bcial manure to tha ground. They H wai ball %  threw %  .. %  • %  0 ground provudi n 1 enU tii . %  • %  Beryl Welch V tlfllilltt'll >1 II M l< < 1 Hurdle tiikin a Allan Blunt and Hilda lllll 1 lung wholaaala price %  • 1 ds I'" Januar) 18 i Ins %  the lull tha maximum retail price %  Mi G. U. Jackie Grant Warns W.L Cricketers PORT-OF-SPAIN, warning thai the West 1 • .. ;i tough bowling alda thai would give nothing uway. lull be always on t li. offensive was sounded in Trinidad by Mr. G. C. Jackie Orant who led tha W 1 team to victory in the last Test Match of the I9SI tOUl "Down fn.l.i Ml month'! vae.1in.11 is Principal "f Adams, college in Africa. While conceding Oaaatraetar ki %  call .it Sin ightatown thi* Whan the Ceaaarneui 1 %  till of 16.175 tl of sug.H will h ( %  1 tfflth Mfora •! %  from Spelghtstown thli • %  deind in the LOWOI Court, 1 %  Maxwell IB ahlUlngn. 1 K..,ir. Chial Price .'i'.1 the i 1 n to wl htaj IS—Rl ffenthe r head, ibop..' Ken 1 c *-^ %  %  1 .. he brought %  %  %  %  the table and Md thi in I" 11 two "' them Behind ,,.,,theman chew ai thi pti -,..,. ..( ., ... Cook told Lynch that thai %  tna him [01 M ,|,|v %  I • %  • %  CmU . .1 %  ling oul ,,| ( ii., 1 ouae, "'"id Into the for ASKKTS .AL1SES 3. .'I. A I /...././. ATTACHMENT i A MPP CASKS KMGIII S \ VV^xTvrt ,K. the rittmg I".. 1 ..,.-: .-nmncvd to ..' month, m.-III I B1 l.v,..I I n .'.... priaonmant bj HU Hot Uw 1 III ft' I IIMMtM .ill go 1 '..' I % %  ollj mull at thai Court "i Grand s:..i attempted murdi i:. th .( diem pa 1 oi tha oiic I %  Ptoc Biurdai wa 1 ax % %  %  %  Certain pi pic havi poki favour but he mu' 1 Welch %  -1 thai aha llyej tamper. mesaaar"1 : Wnvl-. % %  Hotel who "g and larceny igbt knchei lea. A gri %  hole in it. di ward 1* Terminals' the ConllnU K . 111...1.1 n tha niNt lima thai three 1 %  hava i" n dm ., %  Itiul 11 1 %  %  %  ss Banavla (( %  ;,,. %  Mi I .. %  S S Sun whit IC ; • Amon) und ss Sanray f (C'apt. Gardner). %  enemy %  ich at ENTER rAWED ON DOM Th.Weal Indian si I 1 tonight entertained n H 1 t.. t£a raatlval at thali C % %  . si i ,.,. ,. Town Hall • ',','.'•••• %  %  ••'''• JACOBS c a E A M ( 11 \ c o;e !':... ;• now UM ^ .. how W.M Price 4 1 IGIIII i'i.' 1 IB.6S now 1:1.1111 Price 1 |) .: Pricci 20 00 IS Oil •• .. ;. l.illll j LTD. J .-.*.'.'.'.'.-*'.'.%', .'.','.:'. -'. MORE AND MORE MEN ARE CHANGING TO .. K SHOES DAILY classes are llu ; th.it the preaanl ride had •d no ... ,11 a „ the the cap odvantagc if spin bowling, he reetted ai one >.f it.weakn. ..... -,i f,. t .. %  ,, ..< %  rhe works. She ( the th put ought 1.000 tons of %  and found thai m rVobaucii Ofllcer H anei I cargo and mat] tt 1 Id the court that Forda n fron Ux K The Suanvls und IK year* obi and was convlcte* Hunuh11 arrived on Thursday and i do TURTLES ARE IN I %  .. !,< % 
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    r.'VT.n EIGHT RARRADOS ADVOCATE SATIHOAY. Jll.Y 14. 1951 Play All Cricket Test Games At Lords Leave Out Old Ttafford ll loinMac Adam SavillrNow For Davis Cup (By I KWK ROSTKONi Nrw Wlmbtodon ctempioo DU i .i annual • 'lus by flying from Loni lay court i hurting in Chicago. told nv U %  L no is In in;ikc lh< %  %  J.ipan it. %  CO tpta < %  weeks' time i'l, n.uvelvunderi think my Wimbledon win will h>-ii> mo I<> •! %  place." I m K.inly will. Muster Savitt, and, >>>' ona l"'k of things. Ausill llnd it H much biggerthm-uiUclpftMd probtam t'<> proven! the in.hid of the WimMOdOn und Auntruliiiti li'i< the deciding I I \l TargH populni i Wiml Ion IH %  -hold I I INI i PI idlotioi • a Old Ti.iitMid u I vcnut fur Test mala thai often don't H tin ished. manner or another Il time sumubodv in the blgh*1 n-alms of ericktf upped and made %  move t<> throw Manchaat cricket curriculum mattei i ngham .t iii [t, too, I it from %  i i| summer %  w II Hart | .<•. to Ettl i .1: WOfUOQ 1 %  ..,,i Shirley fry to plu> ii) HM Ktg|,..-Ihe headquarb it i I i %  . %  • t hii n to London to the pi ice I Bl %  %  ,l,: "'' e the t 'i % %  to to to %  OT I D, ami 00 i'll the thing! lidoa ill over |hi oanl do whi :i tin. [on winning v. In Write Them Oil %  "'" %  Neithri Nottingham nor ManNl> l lL "". lor a ran %  %  ; ,''' v sooner tl %  l ," K AH ii tournament at iea M.. — iShlrli foi the national double! ALPBBD V til MIX 'VALENTINE" LEAVES %  cjuniy teonu In b< I Th< %  ' %  ll " t ,i l them also make the Hip to I II i OH July III ,. i Awed valentine leave* Ihe at B ton. or the Wand by plan,, on August 3i for raoa f. i the Oh nd rnnama when ha will km thi Loweetofl 01 the Cup Final at s.s. Akaroa, bearing ihc other Aecrlnfton, or the All Wilt I bbean. Tnej will proceed Zvaland. Ihi n i trataa, fron the i %  Cup She Ii the fourth pl.'iycr to win ii three title* The oil i anglen, Alice Marble, and l-' British Guiana at the World A5 tt Is. too I toss and The I>.G. Association > to '" I iwn T. i KIrkinUlloch. i %  riln| %  j vie and more tutUng aoanui '-i' m-si tennit of the fortnight ..'it;.. equal eondltlong I. I uldnt :,., Men WHAT'S ON TO-DAY Pol Ire ( .inn— 10.00 a.m. Meeting of the Karbadix. Civil Service Association at t'ombermere school — 1.10 p.m. Openliii of a Bab} Leaxur. St. Andrew — 4 p.m. r.>!i' c Hand Charily Concert Wakcfield. BrilUh Council. — 5 & 8 p.m. CRICKET Today is (he l*i day al the second series of First and Intermediate crtrket and the l..-i day of thr third in Srcond IHvUlon. In the Flrat Dlvblon the matches are — Wanderers w F.mplre al the Bay Plrkwlck vs. Spartan at Ihe Oval Police vs. Y.M.P.C. at the Park Cnlleie vs. Carllon at College Combermere vs. Lodge at Combermere The ltitrriTiKll.tr Division matches are ;— Cable AVtlrcles> w Spartin al Boarded Hall Menial llospllal vs. Wanderer-, jt Hi.. Roek I:ii-mi'in n. Empire al Hie Garrison Windward vs. Plrkwlck at i "in:.. Road The Second Division malrhea are :— l i r. vs. Combermere at Bank Hall Y.M.P.C. va. Wanderers at lsc'kles Road I.,tdie vs. Foundation at Lodge Carllon vs Police al Carlton Central \%. (nllere al Vaucli Leeward vs. l-irkwlck Foster-a, CINEMAS i % %  %  %  ,.i,i..., Thr**" — • >.4 %  v m '"" %  •ii •*'..ii. W ail 11 Tour Of India 18 Temptation To Bedaer MCC ore caiefuliy leeling the >. v uefore officially cnoosing their me for India, tri*. only metnua?r I which thus far announced U .NiH'l Howard captain (write* :'ru'i Harris). Sourdinga arc being Uken to nd >.ui who is available, th# ..f.pruwh being through the county nubs in the caa of the pro*. I understand that such Inquiri s havg been made concerning very member of the side. Players decline to discuss the matter until ihey are definitely asked, but it 11 easy to Judge how the wind UOWB. My prophecy is that Ikin, Kanan, Taiiersall, Laker and Graveney will certainly go, Lut not Brown. Unlikely The choice ot Howard implies i %  much. Compton. is unlikely m-cause of his knee trouble, Wat>cn because of his football comfitments. Doubtful cases are those of Mutton, Bcdser and Simpson; all .'nese had a severe tour of Australia last winter and have nad a surfeit of cricket. Spooner. the Warwickshire keener-bataman. is a strong conJldate. So are Rldgway. of Kent, ,s a fast bowler, and Poole. of Moiu, as a left-handed babtman. Hedser. who ha* done an enormous amount of work In the last three years, would do well to take i winter's rest, even though the ierr.ptation does exist to add to he ISO Test wickets already his. YACHT CLUB TENNIS RESULTS Following are the re*..)U Of yesterday's Tennis at the Yacht Club: — Men* Sini-lr*. (Semi-Final*.) C. Godfree beat W A Cnchlow 7—5. •—S. Mixed Doubles (Semi-Final*) Miss G. Pilgrim and G. H. Manning beat Mr. and Mr* If S. Bancroft. 6—0. 7—3 MONDAYS FIXTURES Mixed Doubles (Semi-Finals) Miss J. Wood and J D. Trimingham vs. Mis* D Wood and Dr. C. G Manning. 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    SATURDAY, JOLT II. ltd BARBADOS ADVOC ATF PACE THREE DIPLOMATS SEEN IN PRAGl E %  %  (in;. |. i %  %  Tim w the in liable clue has teen produced u < trail of ine musin diplomats up to — ami ine Iron Curtain. 26 aixl June 2 i.mbauy in : Bt date Has been pmneu down. Next .1. 1 %  perl am %  I'raguc, and it l to London for close f %  aid:— On June 3. which was a Sunday. I drm with my wife about 12 mile* out of Prainte to tne Hotel RMM .. plMMllI little %  I %  %  couple if Luxury .1 BUM hall .i dawn room*, %  %  ..Hi | -pi' itirva bar, ana .. %  you escape '.tic foiling oi being •pied on lh.it we all get in Prague Western diplomats often go there VI i %  •i the Communists %  %  | ml for I mljnari My wife md i an h i %  140, WhI N.I lun.lt i Ul] occupied —by two Ei>K''nj Caech girls. The ffl : : %  strangers to lit, :.nd in Ciechoslovakli these mi all the British tbera, Wi all The girls WIT.pi. the type of girls who ure p.nd to show n good llri them. The BngUahmen look Utt* %  i They wen r rod win* v.. bet and tnlkim• other in dear, educated No Unioimt We wondered who |1 %  be. Obvioosi> not trade union* %  crac] ould have piaanata: we know them all and meet most ol them lor then li no %  gib h reii %  rhe taller man, littlng In proi (•; away Irom Id In 'he empty re m) aerutlny %  %  four roee, i did noi at anted. on Through the wide window 1 %  aw them Ro off in a ehaufleurdrtVOn Hunk, sky-blue, with urI i BCh l itnljerplnlc — forelngers in Prague get distinctive How with red numbers. %  %  |. :., Maclean .md IL'II A week later we taw U El %  i and wirecce? .. itii .i enock. The tall man in Rene's MU Ma.ie.m. the other wi %  Bui % %  • It is dangerous to discuss such discoveries on the photic. ao 1 went round to u British diplomat, i. friend of mine in Prague, and. sitting in his bathroom—with the %  i, ..rophoneabout—I told Inm what we had Man. Ha knew Burgess and and said they % %  : them. I went hark to Ran**! onea Of twice in the hope of running into tiu'Tii. but thai did not inow up The belief in Pr*fUS ll that they have -gone on" to Want* HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle B&V i. W Smill.. H V I-'. Sen Fiao.lyn l> K M 1 r. ,,r i 4>i fcUrt' (T,* TlW *M Bi MlH> M V MlaianUl MM r.aj Cani llod-.n I i i ii Ul R a Aim Knam-i. 4*: xitafibo V)i IiUnd *r U Ion J.^eph Imi rWnarta %  ratkm la •* %  nrf Capl Gumba. (i I' Rheumatism, Ankles Puffy) Backache, Kidneys Strained! Ir Touch With Barbados Coast Station ilh llir lollbWInl %  I i|. li.111 ili %  Atoll. H S ll.iiin. LaW %  Ah-oa RoanK' s s it.. > a* M n>M. si .ii*fi.. v.., v %  I. s s ,. 0 d Oull II Hivr I .1. %  ... %  i. Pi %  % %  • I 18 iiiin'i Pi 1 S Dodm i umit. i v ion M\ A Way To Be Cool NKW YORK t i V: e u e d in BO< an havt A. lilt degree temperatures tonight for a > ar.' %  % %  -Wen; ha .aid. We %  The fa-day cruise, in the 34.000d liner (artinia. w,is more than sold out A wealths Cauforgdan, who (lew 3 000 miles to New York on a chance that someone would cani I his passage at the lal minute. thi BtSI No one : .Hit Thenwere champair.' in the state rooms Many of the 568 paiei)K r ,vl n 5.500* parlour, and both* is the Rev Rtanwy Ga^rK (iertor of Clracc Chttrch, %  ,'. %  rhe i -dfl from a ilth) oartln Ihe phone ONE-TIME bnseball 'Ur Hugh wile today In Atlanta, fieorgi.i. and denied %  etaarai thai hf w... tin f.i'.ii.-i <>( %  ncthef woaaan'i child He .11 hlmaaU Ul wife pleaded with him. Bu' he %  aid: NO, thi* is my tin hot I wf dead To|>-se*rel senrch si ORia OF aOEM Ul searching tvi i *'-•! trf the wild and desolate i Mountain, Colorado where a giant airliner smashed 50 people to death The men are military Intelligence 0d tiiev arc looking for top-secret document! which one of the 'i-.id. Lieut -Cotonel_ Merle Parti was earrylna. Is il prarv? ELDER STATESMAN Barnard %  %  .delight Ha writer -Malik asked Da you think the appolntnent of Oeneral Marshall as Defence Secretary m.nn^ a prrvenIva war*' l .1 know General M.Mhflll %  n i Vi, i aatd, 'but you want peace in ) ifC without niWrenee to the satellite eouniries or the live* of o'.ier people.' I ilniv bj tm in.. E1UC JOHN8TI IN, br Hollywood'l '.., BI Kh Anhin Ranh and highly unpopular —role. As Econonuc Btabulaatlon Adimnistralor. I.c tdls glum Senators that tneta should be an Immediate rise in taxation or at least $10,000 million (1:3.571 million) Duels mean jail SENATORS, btii) trying to hammer out a 'code o[ ethic* foi tovernmenV' loy with the tiotiiiii of taatorlna dueti a %  • form foi charai lei assassingoloi Unfortunately, there li %  law that says you can i;o to jail fur tea J %  ii % % %  much ; issue | challenge with pistols or swords Tlie sheikwife FVEHVIHiDY said how romantic H wai ..Inn petitioning the Manhattan court for permission to change her name bock to MrConstance W.llin-n She nays the other version is so cumbersome. Stup, t .. %  I I I M i.— CALIFORNIA'S .Su|)erior Judge Edward Molkcnbuhr is fed up Witli Hie d|V-clC I him if it would be all figlit to enforce minimum prices m MB Said the fudge, .i I.. (xrrmanent Injunction restraining them from go doing, "Where are wa to gtop in the i i latton m this country founded on ( %  . | :.'. —till thOM scenes THE portly opera slAr whose girth outwalghl bet glamour has long been a Mandb) jest. But now New York's Metropolitan Opera it in trmitic with the police becaus* nery. Tin icKuiaiion -..*> ii" s.cnctv longer than 33ft. can be unloaded in a New Yi ;k -licet And hawkeyed policemen, ain.cd with tape %  %  i pointed "Ut that the an (Of Aidn* T "• %  the limit WEST INDIES m PARLIAMENT LONDON. July \\ inj i itten Ivan m ihe House if Commoni op Wednesday. 4th %  Jiunuiia (Sickness) .; %  %  i i it., ii i %  aakad t'"' Sacratorj ol the otori ea II ht b J %  m thai % % % %  epidemic ribad H iiuc t > malnutrnion has broken out in Jamaica and what *tep* are bBSJ taken lo deal with tins ind Ita i Mr Dugdale There are m eases of vomiting sieknesx reported at pie i i"g current hudgcl includes i; lo.oon for de tailed labt: i' m MlnnUon ' Ihe condition with the co-operation of the slaff of the l I I lbs WIM Indies U'i'sl Indies Kcuinifiil Mr Bramt < . rvatlva, Bill* the Secret. II v | Slate fin W.ii %  have now been taken lo re-form the We-i i. i c hnent Mr. Wyatt Mi right able Friend is In consultation wltk my right honourable friend uV Si I rotarj of Stati fot ita i on this aubjact Mr. Hrnme Will tha honourable Gentleman hear in mind that Informed n| Inlon in the Bi I n favour <>t re-fortnuu this volunleet iwgfmanl wiu.'i >.. %  !, %  li CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!! REPLACEMENTS COST £'$ %  awp — />o ftnwfon costs you era tyar D O you know rhr amcunt %  • Corrugated Irv>n Impcfted int.' tropical countries cverv yi ar t The figure ts as'omsh:ngAs' high. ar.J after allowing for new Wprks th balance represents a heavy forleir f>" lack of taking rroper precaution-; Protection is easy with Ant I'-CU'I os.tr Paint for every INCH of metal. FhPROOENE ia an anti-corroai-t paint designed for the tropic*. It clinfi C'OseW tc the lurface of meUl-wrrk,forming l r*ainp>proof. air-proof skin which preserve* itslifr^lmost iudefuiitely. In three at tract m sha^.w-Red. Grcv anrl Green. A.S. BRYDEN& SONS (BARBADOS, LTD. —-H v. at i w ii he also beat %  • i ition would i o %  Ul tlie We i form .i valuable idd %  lion t" Ihe itrength "i U l 'offllMI %  Mi Wyatl i full* What I he honour,itii* Mcmlici li s.iid I am "ire he .ilsn uodei .stands thai IM %  %  %  ure hun thai i made, Atlantic Batik Beams Now Probe Secret* of Stan A iple wnidi, in war, da euictt t" %  ii the Balus i n "' A 'i o lit hai i. %  Into the now lie d on in the tinv illage I : In ehargi Pi ,\ f Q 1. .veil. 17-yeor-old, ai d Mar 1 i %  %  of radio %  itro. %  mi. | II the sea. an wai done in a mbmai tai k b device t rf* %  • d during the wai ret ling thata ai tin : i hlng The ,;.!.. the eight thOU 01 i i ind Ihei i ,i i -I.F.S 'Patricia' taglHW The niotoi VfaMl Ld> I'alrkU eaterda* i venina with upplol lima and nan t"i st \ ineani rha La*f) PalrleU in m %  urln i ihe ire* k I aaafa Ba dry dock. She wa %  mil painted RATES OF EXCHANGE Ll ii, is i QAM \n % i .. %  "N BBSti Dram < %  in l-ablr PI Vigour Restored, .-lands Made Young In 24 Hours It la no i I • 1 %  I %  -. I Ui %  1 i-'ai form, i.. %  "">'' %  • ' %  • ii i %  I ho | %  ur 'if, • i I i Ulillll \l.n.l ,. And Ihi-ma.In, mar ch.^t ami vl...ir i ..I. ...ii. i v, Hi!., l. | || i, | , HlMttd b ihin.iM.1 I,...MM a I n-k Vl-Taba ir>u i 1 %  : 1 Uj l l I %  .1 |,.. ( „ r RIM,* i,.,k A .i--'.l. .Ii.i.l".BlimiKlh lMh i.f *\ Vi.Taba coal. /f-if... Mmmkood and I itmllly •Ml ptara a h>a. v %  •. M that ti-, I „,. tli, i-.. rti and 1....1 Wall. MVToiwrit pw'ifv >o"4 %  '!* I* VMS • avlanH*ia^4 lik^ p-w ai%  ..-, ., r^ %  •• %  III--II-I %  %  v ... ha .1. ,,.\ f if wot Cyst ex Ia ..( i*4*Titn lor 1 DN 1r i • lADD I• .... IHIUM1TIIM Take ^ spoonfal BEMflX doily you're bSlntP to benelit %  >.-. • • : 1 md minrrali ll | 1 . in 1 In imp-.. ml p#-MMaaaS NM * I II..UQ V 11 ece Povdh* • eartaty amoei Aetlcataly prrfumed . .Ilnga Mftty foi 1.. in %  and h..ur. giving >uu thai nmutal pfftd lookraci rowoia roa IHAT NAtURAl VIVID LOOK -YtrUY WATER" VII IIN w \ 11:1; owaa Ita old and Ugh iwputalton t> Ita 1 •. Cunge % %  •: 1 coins, diabetea, and chronic affi irrinary organ* v..... J %  Irttl Oaatrli I nti i U I otbei In luable to the Qouty, end i" Ihe Dyspeptie it 1 %  %  %  lenarallj i G %  %  1 11 .11 i> ihould l 1 OB YOUR MI ILTH' I SAKt i "ViCMTV WATER \\ rrtt-aa | I 1 BOOKER'S (B'dot) DRUG STORES LTD. I ",l\ PHARFACT] I v 0 THK BRITISH COLONIES Wh.it 1. :ite future of Ihe HritUho ton v. arc bcinj; encountered in tfM pro i idva epvernmeni within the Comnn wejalla? By what rr.tihou'. are colonial industr ire hcingr-panded ? Arc POJ needs in ibecoloniR betni met* 'n wbal my ^r<-1 oloaial ptoblem* t.'-d.i\ bound up with a Theae an quntiotn of the graatc i importgoog to avary rcspon-.ibie ncr...n m ine Hiitt.li eoluBin. rhej kioderue ilic c*r*n and imparti il dhcu sum of every a*pe. t of colontal afTain lo be found in Dhr Tk %  Heviewofih* British Coh*ki Ttahii publishedb) In. Times, ih %  (..rtmost new-pjper in mc world, and BDpeara Ibui lams i yaaj :i Mtrofc, June, Scpicmbci ami ber. Die CtlfTCtil kaaue resume the pcneral commentary on colonml %  fain and introduces JII inaportani .enc ofirtidef on tbe raao nt cei if the coioajpi with a spcs-i-il ariH-lc nn rabher. Amonj the tubjecti arficla by Special < riiics on colonial .'-"( Imiiimr THE fe TIMES IU Ml w ol THI BatiTISt. COLONIES 24 ftif^ Pt,.r S„r<* dir-A-i rrom ihr Pa Wi ia a r, rw Tlum I ondoa. Ofdan u*uliJ be ..1(4 I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Keepfrc\h<7//day)ong us,Lifebuoy Toilet Soap in wjurdssn betnoi iliowcr.MwtaeiH fnilillh f inliinij' %  Hill,ifcsan tlaamlm laihcr really frees YOU ol WC-HR-V., keeps ynu fresher so muih hinger. So start using Lifebuoy Toilet Soap now —lor lre-.hnev. all day and every day! FOR PERSOK II. FRESHNESS 11.11 11-. IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS!! Our Planter iricnds arc rtCjHI tl I to let M know thrlr rr-qiiin.-tr %  immediately to onaure eatlv dtUvnO of the following i-quipmrnl: — • Wheel ;nid Tmrk Tr:ic tors • CatfaM cullers and lu:ider. • Hump and side delivrrv l!.il,< • Manure spreaders • Trailers, etc. . ROBERT THOM LTD. White Park Road DIAL 4616 COURTESY GARAGE





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    I-M.I F c.l I! B \I:I:\IMS \IIMM MI s\n 1:1\s ii i v 1i B\RR\DOS#AIA r OGATE CLEAN IOOII TIM %  %  %  %  %  j.-,,, Itloo oi DM aba'! U .,1 || vai %  >< % % %  M ;| d % %  %  :|r ; ,; -"> l of th, attemp. mi i turh. i modi ""I 1 plan Instead <>t quipping i si/r. Tn*i luJpmenl Installed brie stunning appai Dui: there has been an Incr lumbar <( anlmala II, the market but thara was no effort in make the conditions undai which the! It had bean previously pointed out that poattton o. U %  to its cloaa proximity to tha Public i.n\ whara human both' %  ctad for past marten %  easy to build a new abattoir on anothai iita and inatal tha new equipment Tha ContUttens under which meat Inspactlon been done in tha Mai kai haw I Irving and it is fortunate thai thara has been no outbreak "f disease traceable i<> faulty examination oi meat. Tinhigh adard cA tha work has been due to the ciencyoiCh Simile tha Superintendent (I the Market who is responsible for the inspection, Tinclimax came with tha visit oi an m tha Colonial Office, who marked recently that if the S.P.C'.A. and the PubUc Health iiullimilu-s hail bean r'iTij no meat for public consumption would have bean allowed from the Market The decision to build a new abattoir hi i come too roan and it is to be hope*! that the Government will not only build I %  laughter house with adequate n equipment but that tha existui relation between the abattoir and the Public Mortuary will be ended With all due deference to the C Office OfficiaTi obaervations it must be admitini however that under the present regulations in Barbadoa the most modern i ttoir -it the Public Market can only be in the nature of a show window to loi regulations governing Ihe Miling of stock and the marketing of meat continue. apply i. tjie. Civ. ..f Bridgetown. slaughterhouses outside the Cit / limits when qualified Inspectors would be detailed to examine the meat, would have to be established If the entire population ii to bo protected a galnsl dls> REVIVAL WITHIN the hist couple -i months Britain ha i %  revival in sport. The standard in Britain in certain forms of sport had touched a new low level aftei tha war and therefore It ii en ira ing tffind ih.it a coma-back is beij top of the wo: Id in i \ Randolph Turpin who has won for Britain the Ml weight championship of the world, a title not held by Britain for sixty yean it is true that Turpin's parents hail irom Bl (;.ii.ma. I.ui Randolph was born in England baa lived all hu life In Britain Two West Indians domiciled In England, M aunnftng track Even though there has been a tailing •iff in thistandard of British Football, or rather a more rapid bapra ment in con! d South Amei taken all in all. British spori is now definitely on the u] rationing is a thing uf the pa I ; Indication thai Britain will \ t'nr proud posit i-M-. in : the century The* Boy Wilts Hear* One* Of The World* lr< aiesC IX'aine* %  s< %  %  : any other i A %  n> ii'i. %  Hi -ii v I.I: pall boy who la today M; < %  %  marrying. ,\ Peer Haa'i Baa %  %  %  % % %  in IK4! .f John Howl .i %  John Reertsndi b* i an %  ..n'i Hi %  SIX tin I si ,i brutal %  %  %  %  %  1890. %  f St.llLl.V. illI %  Adopted Bab] 1 I I %  t the 14 roomi I ... .. Itm no child %  %  l UDM RODH1 pied—and %  1U04 he %  M i* iie crowto ii-.nlr BMSBail f> %  l.nt / %  .( %  Ml] I pirbrlghl %  i %  HI H IEK1 : %  .. j j M.I.J ." i | in Eton I World Wai with thi I Ith : notable public work %  Htrh Sherlfl f"i H"com Mpmorii'N %  %  I would h %  sii.i wai u %  ta baby whom Ihey renamed Hicnard Morton Stanley riie boy who -.will soon leave too. i,% been ip*nt at llu> house j with th I All who knW hln, Ay he love* h .11/ Hill \ei \ %  | I ivironmcnt influence a" trcagely .ibated • %  Mi o %  irers lut-ii %  ii .. i .wn esrtalii the boy ir. astpirad bj ;n-iiifvrments just as much as boyi 11 tents f.iiTiihf and) t tati man> here—are inspiret '•ouurs won by their blood "After his An i H I . hould do well." 1 A Clue HOW Ma M DensU B< i '' for their ai rwrld herltase, %  know. Bui peiii-pN a duo u " i i plorQ wtfa winic hi*auto%  %  She a! i %  low, rriendi and tncouratjamao %  pain. Vi'l .ill Hit natural blessing: ...... i,-, ha received m n i: %  "i bell %  ptinf his atloptet bo died soon itl niondlna tba lonoly boy An urgent (orcImp) till %  i ... I .. inirmng dSSlra 10 'Njbllti n lam which had %  %  i>v i a.* ye Tlir Oilier IVr.sian NKW YORK. S N Enl uf the %  %  Finr ITI • %  daya—and perhapi foi we< i-. asm will bsva little ohanee, in iha ..... taik or bl insIns to a cltn i rod to and the Korean conflict II i pro) bl) the qulele I preN I produn I. H. %  I Haul hTonrl Iia'i Herbert I iiui ho i i i i Ive .it.ill'• %  Li> a itiiiiiinmii and 1 i i i Even Russia*! Jacob Malik, who % %  : lactln, . %  . %  He alwa rs %  peeks in %  i %  t eneh M lithai complained more than once thai II. u with tin' dlsnl Nations." Mi* grooming has n | oatruci nti for hi* exi ellent \ i do not iikin change %  tailor or n barbei i .mi too lax) to explain twice ti"' MOM thins i.mdominated % %  %  hi..: i in awn that ho ridltviiiie hK eeeatry ieta • %  • hrollrd Wttfa Itnt.iMi. Mr. Inlesaaa trirs in aaUJa aaotawr iidillii I mi Ihr "llii r side ut I'tr Htitld. %  "I will icll you < viivHung about • >nc said :' ,in Inleri l ..in DO, ..nil l have a very sm:iii i tosam was %  i .i ram.ii>oiit hli . ho ahiei il |lclt> The only appointmenti he can be n Had upon i" i ved degrees In law ;il the heron and Paris I ol i %  U %  i %  men ted 11* man who e master i r B .1 i'i ittond the birth of II 11 with n i h.iv %  Lions," ho %  i navei ythlng. Thai is I ;'..ii hi adjoa If this assembly %  will be tha main thine in my lifi.'." Sleepless o busy st the United Nati oi that aameono once observed ..nld have to be Lilted on the agenda there to gain hl consul' l i MI n.v.r HII when I >m asked why I am not married,* 1 >-.• i lut id' aay ii* a j<-k<" i am loo young." Sufferer fron insomnia, Bate* Utn rcadj itch authors as Mau; \l.uighnm until he entlj exhausted tu %  He goea t" movie alone and Hu in on .i tUm that he once or twice before. He can't it-member titles. Unfortunt neve the same %  ;!h plots. I; ooldnl bad memory i %  most diplomats, Bntassm is not In low with QM sound of ins own vol Ha once proposed that doJegatea to the Un b | N H on pelted to listen to then I i TinSeal Speech !., that Nee ( • i Berendaon aa. i tan i'ii v..i %  tha i i ever heard Man) %  n hours to sa> Ii %  the waa option I the future, he warned: "•You be ;i iH-SMinist Ite., re you lose courage.' 1 (..I'vmuHT naaanvcD r. NOBODY'S DIARY .Hea n fay—Suapscion, they used to H| wit); aopla in Barbados. You don't say. as my North American friends cutely put it. I lind that suspicion is no special cfaanwterlstk oi this little island. I was telling; .i itranajai tomethlng ;iiut the island the other day. He didn't believe a •POIsJ I .said. Why should he doubt me? My KUCSS would be that someone had been pumping him. Which only Roes to prove that gossip is a bad thing. Tuesday—My friends tell me that there is a racket in culture going on. People affect to be interested in culture with a capital C. It takes many forms. Best example of the week is that given by an old schoolfellow who was enjoying himself at a barn dance in British Guiana. His enjoy* ment was somewhat marred by a poet who broke in on the festivities during a lull in dancing with the inane remark What are your cultural activities? v'ednrMlay—One method of keeping down the cost of living is to be a fisherboy Lonj; hours of the day can be spent with nothing on and only a rod in hand baiting small fish on the coast. You can't wear out your trousers if you don't wear them, hursday "Church stop that noise" are the words which my son used and the bells stopped ringing then My son loves noise but coming from n musical family (I have slept In hundreds of halls throughout Europe) he can't stand disharmony. These bells—"churching bells" he cal them—go dong, dong. dong, dong. dong. dotlg, until they stop They make a dreadful noise I remember reading somewhere that there is a bell-ringing society Barbados, in fact I am certain that the British Council once gave them £50 or so either to buy a bell or to teach people to ring bells There may be bells that ring tunefully In Barbados, but I haven't heard any to beat old Joe Frank ringing oul break, lunch and school over. rleaj ftrerythuuj changes. At Harrison 1 legs there is a very modern little library on I spot where we used to roam through the woods us boys. But the old library is still there converted into an office a*id book shop and bearing the rather frightening sign in block letters SCHOOL FEES. Where the Rover Boys and Fennimore Cooper, Jeffrey Farnols and Hcreward the Wake used to show tattered covers and stained leaves now gleam bright blue books about calculus. In another corner are textbooks on Biology while there is shelf after shelf of the 'History of Our Religion". Caesar's Gallic Wars are in evidence and many more. There are no Hunches. But one thing has not changed. The window where 1 smashed the pane with the ball I lifted off the 2nd eleven nets is still there ever though the pane has been repaired. 'ntiirday—My spies tell me that Princes* Alice is becoming the spot for Bebop Cricket they soy is the national sport ir. Barbados, but judging by the dances I sec advertised in the Advocate every Satur day, I would have thought more people danced than played cricket. Another thing about dancing is that it creates trade for the pudding and soust vendors to say nothing of the drinks. My spies tell me that the bebop at the Alice is getting really anatgetk and the partners gat thrown around quite some. Than is they tell me a lot of jive. Seem; time to me to change the Playing Field'! go'd name. How about the Reef Hop Palais? 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'A the BUB %  in be furmoui %  born%  Thej • %  lest pubUcal I n.in V 14) I %  ""iiui" Peeea. lae %  %  young ;,. i •Is In a borrouvd taguag. 1 %  Still lltvcl: li if Who've i % %  "''' apol sound ol tlifil unil the mtutrirr like Who asifl I i %  IfclM NIMIIIM II BY GEORGE HUNTE %  %  %  %  • I. %  UMH. I . WUn %  %  f I lorl, %  %  a U n 'i Iha Wnd %  i %  %  i I.v i i %  Bert ugoe %  %  %  \ %  ream would He '•[ blood— %  turn ad nauseam | i nultltude i llr\ i-.il nrUrh.il.-, %  1 correct an-suiv to this uncalled lui pleCO "I ;iutobiugraphy Irom a youth la "other people have" or. k.-v trying Old man, Iha end II rel when \'.read tf Met;, Kaana on the contribution o( me weal In iian ti. l.ner.iii %  m tad i. (aciwith lxnnu.it t. the kind <>t ivhMh HI avUent arnen iit aey: -The eootrtbuUOB oi tool band i* the ii >ntnbulion to the uorld %  ,.. .: i. ide %  %  ml ti n'i van! W I. Radin Hi"-.h'tliin iiothint! I i pm over w i writing to the W I. public." a sentei [ nt:ged charm but am pertinent appUcsUon to writing Wean h %  : quell tori 0 jrean but erhen H ere must tUU Heno 8* r .ill that has none before II la clear tt ;>i whether rlghtlt i I ri. not think th.it th Ign of .i definite tcrai .. M uld know about It There is irourasement beand writers like Edgar . iiui where ilwaya an Bam %  C( mpbell is a poem that suggests oflnO) with Iha insinislr''.m of |M,eiry.—the worlds poetry. The iipiiKUiitlon of John Harrison's Art in the Caribbean (a B.B.C. broia leeal | ara worthwhile, because John Harrison has somethlng t<> *>ay and raya II well, HIrevfcrw o( The Traveller's Tree by Patrick Leigh Fermor must bo l>e read. Other reviews which BUI unsigned or have initials cunnni pcanbtj Interest more than a fiw reeden. There i-. no doubt that Blm in serving .1 purpose In the Caribbean, but there ts no I :liat It could be more profitably edited If the bias were lias on ojuantti; and more on quality. I %  IIUloehnlcally well mitten Mark Learnn Another Leioen 03 Frank CoUymore would be more at home in the Combern.erlan than in a literary magazine. Hugh I'opham'o "Selene" 1 ardly aaami to merit publication Derek WalcotlS 'The North Coast at Night" does not appear up to %  i t ; which he has unde' %  cslablisheil alreedy. There re '-ir too many stories nd not 1 Bl ln'se writing la known to the newspaper public, appears to be at his best Kilgnr Mlttelholzcr s conversation umpetently written. II We>t Indun writers were to ntrata %  • Uttkt less on wonHering about their rontribulioTi to llteraluic and •' little niore on eombating the evils of bombas*. Insincerity and mediocrltv. there I be greeter scope let the At present the editorial la u*ed. FURNISHING FABRICS A WONDERFUL RANGE AT THE KEENEST PRICES! Need we remind you that we ere unexcelled for Furnishing Fabrics We are showing a wonderful range by SANDERSON'S which includes CRETONNES ami TAPESTRIES in LINEN and COTTON. 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    ESTABLISHED 1895 SAT I KDAY. .H'l.-i Another Dollar Crisis Faces Britain Reds Reply To Abadan Refinery Will Cost $350m Per Year LONDON, July 13 \ NEW DOLLAR CRISIS is brewing in Britain, and may force the British Government to seek a waiver on the first repayment instalment of the 1946 U.S. loan due on December 31. The cause of the new crisis, as being widely advertised, is the rearmament programme in the Western world. It has forced down British exports drastically, and caused Britain to pay much higher! dollar prices for essential raw materials. The result -the shadow of a new dollar gap,— the excess of dollar imports over dollar exports (which Britain wiped out early in 1950, so that she was able to wipe out Marshal! Aid at the beginning of 1961). Now the vicious cycle appear s U oil over aga:n. Tnc 1 gold and dollur surptu I >i the rilng area dropped drastically m the tod i June lo 3&4.0OO.OO0 compared to $360,000000 at the end of Hie lirst iuarier 10 S3W.000.PO0 for IBM, Thus Britain and the ttaruni %  %  lamiliar davs of gold and dollar ilehcit*. Tne Chancellor of the .. r. Hugh Gailskeli, adir.ittcd recently, 'It U quite likely M ies favourable influanoai ili eontlnua durum the next few month*. He was retiring to the itnfavourabla irada altuation, But all than aggravated hy the Iran oil crisis. GalUkell wild that the closing of the Abadan rail i -I'.O.OOO.OOO supphi at laael fi i di il H Marshall Aid Mow iu tinBrttiah ge "in oi In 1947, light alter the doM I $25,000,000 From 1 autism July 10. For the first four month* pear vtatton to / %  above the corresponding period last year, anil if the rate I* kept up. as t... 'his year's tourism will contribute almost $25ooo.ooo t.i UH oauooal inThl Will ll:i $5,000,000 additional tourist Income Udi iraai Incraaao In short stay visitors is now 17'. while the IUIIT long-term visitors has gone up by tfl Milvertoi. \\ ill Leave C.D.C. Iron ''.IT ii-,. ( ,rrM)nliiil LONDON, Jul) 13 i d lit ii u announcad ihorlb to Lu %  lll >ton on the Hoard of Colonial !>cKv the beginning of ii48. now-|valopmanl Corpa • exhausted.] Lord Hilvarton, tonner Oov%  d dollar art %  mo? <•! Jamaica, was with (' D.C >ear wan solved by Marshall AldffOl Ihxe I term of api draw j potntmenl ended last month and ,00e. The thiru erHU •e-'W' Ihe, Secretary of State for the Colonies, has not ashed bun to continue. Lord Milverton 'old a Daily Express reI m on the beet of terirm with Lord H*itli Hi It P menti to tl i he Secretary of state. %  i % %  %  don't agree with their COtonl*] eurrcu in the midst of li % %  • Aid Pragrammt —lati in M %  forced IBM %  .i oment lo Cevalua the pound itarllnf. Pram than on hw IH .. %  i i ilollor de. lu %  • s whan tock-pllini! rubber and llfl for At the end ol 1*90, BliUln beUon to forego piic Aid, but now the reai-j p ur (.waive months I rruunenl programme hi ambai i the Bolallat Part) He realgned Uwl began to look oininou .i> Ilka they j year and nnce thee ha did in 1940. 1947. and 1948. and of the year, sterling{Anglo-Cuea Trade Pact area gold and doUai figurea will! —-^^^—^^ be showing a deficit again,—hut -, ,, „ \<'u Job rort>OWi6a | I |61 uon.liii,. i.wni ;ired with Mi -. ition low ot $1.340,(MHIII I WASHINGTON. July, i and the .sterling area Chester Bowie*, former Democan absorb small surpluses with cratie Governor of Connecticut will tlonbe offered the job as next United able whether Britain can absorb Suites Ambassador to India acin that reserve also annual pavcording to the present \ D the U.S. loan and the tration's plans. A On Pate 5 I —IP. Diplomats Turn Down Red Plans LONDON. July 13. li | anxiety thai tt"> Korean armlatlca telks were endangered i>> factors, %  aarloua than the halting %  I newnmen's .nav.m ,. %  %  .-., u, i. Some of the Communist condition* for a truie at a final settlement BJ I BfcTt rather than for an oi> an armistice 'nf.ii. id ir i, i-rrlbed as, completely unacceptable,' 1 Com, diuniMsuggestions for The' I tection to Baou Thirdly, it is from thi the Communists have p i launched their most powi tacks against UN. forces. Hie wlthdi iwa] of all loralfln troops from Korea, would IHfaa sitate the aettll ( L(iHiti„t. intarnatlonal control ot the whole o| Korea. Inchldlng %  i nvnuntal oontroUad araaa. The present terms are not couatdared suitable ns the basis for an armistice but for the agreement „u Ml Dvarall political ami mlHtarj settlement of the Korean conflic at some later date. Ihal the original Russian and ChUMM approach for an anniBtii' i, %  %  .i ( ii axprai i Ion "f Uwli tanutna desire for an ai> But now suggested that the Chlneaa mhjpil huve had "second thoughts", unless the present terms have b.c put out %  March riots with a viereversal. The foaling Is Known to gxltl aniont' Unlonltaa that they lacked Executive support by • i fence, several of the ao %  their own counsel. ; %  leved tl ..• G Oarh.i. Gftad) W ill Redgn WASHINGTON. July 13 Tlie White House gald On Tt klaj thai Banry P. Orady ugain re don to resign s i. %  ira n will grant the reijuest Bl Bfl BB* proprbitc time —I'.P. UaN. Message TOKYO, July 13 •|HE TEXT OF THE REPLY ..i thi garth Korean Geiua.il N.i.i< 1. Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy ti ceasefire talks as dellvereii C Hcer at 5.00 a.m., am annonno Supreme Headquarters "To Vice Admiral Joy of the United States Navy. We have received your letter. Following is my answer. %  i.ii.i tttt u i t j n I 11.1,1 M.r'M ,1 i .HIS -.II.I.C ,,| SI (9 iir, to %  III si: SHI l:l' phrloBt.iphrd In J prn it d. |„ |ir„\i,l.. Ilij l j*! m.t f<*t III. % % %  %  nisi mor. Uun nkVUr. spniv l.mh. Ihrri' KrannaiuvMil Moves Lp In West Germany KI. UVKFURl J. WEST CIKRMAN KKAHMAMCNT mo\cd Htmthcr stoi resull ol Bnti-h, Freiu-h, and United action ending ihi legal itita M wu with thla dividad ooun ii> The major political i< ult of the moven wai 'lit powerful Sociausl chieftain Kuri Si humaehi %  conca that one of his conditions lor >>; new Qern > had been met bj AJIted actioi ll, gald "the end < %  the iUU ol ".H : long Vl '" %  %  i: ""' t be < %  %  a contribution." Iiiiiili'ii-d liter in Hie iitr nr th o i una) i kega iidered i if(j %  ktM'fuii r.ut.ttii-i (ian Help Sugar SI H VOKK. July 13. The r.iptlmiati.m of the Korean %  < > i may hrmi the MI;:.H market out ot lt> • INK i .i iil'iiiii uhieh ma) result In retlnert mil bMJBBgi liul liualtlmt developments. Sugar Analyst, (.run. K. K.ISI i ..niinn-iit.il eJjeeri thraw smaro thus: "Not a sale has been rraorted Ihin week. Wllli neotlatlons fur a reabe-lire in Korea, the mjrkrt sra to he In a watting mimd ltli buyer*' and Hellers' Ideas far apart. What the nurket dte will depend on ubirh side gives wii dr-t Cuban seller* jrr t>.rin id.ti. lirm in their Haaa. Home small lots in Puerto Rleo and the rhlllpplnrs, aaaaaaafjaUr make their app'-aramr. hut buyers, u^m unwillliiR to -I"-". Ihelr handn." The Journal uf Commerce, has rrrorlr,| Furopean Interest in Cuban sugar temporarily withdrawn. I he Journal of (Ommrrr. has regarded a* an "unfavourable iarUr" the drop in deliveries I* 103.0X5 urns lor the week ending July 7. rum pared with 33K.96N ton* the j.r. i urn, week and %  1 11: the ago. iithout the relation lo tin... weeks the deliverirs as they Mood at 103.00(1 tons rould Intermed low. What K morr. net wrek s llgure is HheJi lo -how a drop of i:.. n N, inns compared with Ihe tame week a year ago, Only an unsettled international nlelure ! likrlv to rerrrse the trend and keep thr market for Uie balance of Ihe year in utep." —I'.P. ietaiit)\ oppoted to **a*w*e •* eqoalily foi .'. 1 mlilUrrj contrTbuttcHi Tl nd ing of the state ot* wi long way to utltfy the %  J %  %  .1 %  -., %  %  virtual*) tin condition reeking Prai %  Britain -T nt OUHM Europi • li I ontiil.iition of (nil -1IMIpill • n run r I .n-i Olid ill Si-hof %  andluoi %  ,.MI II ,, ttini i ii h Into uni I western mllltai I ll viet attack i.ot io countei m attack and ..hift IhO bat Ilex round rend tinPolish bordei -I'.P I'cl^iinii Gets King Tuesday Italians I /.,•/ > %  ,Allied Sell (till" With .'. P< UP I" U i ihv I Trie %  %  BUI VIM. -I.-. MH.I rumoui I ^rin k 0. "sell ut" Trio turn it I. || %  %  ; i • u %  |. it both lUlj :,-..! and lo In.. i I.. territory -. %  ,„ %  %  %  i %  I ..... centra M lull ....... i i naxat aen Italian pokei i c 10 Airmen hilteil In Plane Crash Force In Knglai long let %  .-re kllle %  . %  .'.II ilit BrtDSSKLS, Julj n %  %  ""•* A 20-VIMI -old Pi i giana on Tueaday and bring dov oie ohal <-iirt,.in on the royal dl %  ' %  %  '" %  • pula ehldh nearli pi %  ountry btto %  i I i fathi .uaed Leopold in i MIII pie the Helgi.n Old wll Speed Evacnatkyd in Jackson County rum I den %  %  %  %  svered and UMM Ol Mime ol Uie two %  tcrey bulldlnr. above the waters. -I P. ABADAN'. July /3. h techni ;in oil fields will i ed up next week .... gj .my said on The id that with %  i I bananas • —I P $lm lor Bananas KUfOSTON. July" 10 M %  • %  Liijtan bananas arc being growr. J i %  will add %  I million stems lo cportj this For the first six months of 1951 %  % %  %  ed. 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    advertised, is the rearmament programme in the|
    Western world. It has forced down British oe Red Plans |
    drastically, and caused Britain to pay much higher|
    dollar prices for essential raw materials. + idebias “eae: “ae
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    the excess of dollar imports over dollar exports oe, ee Senta We fentert.
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    was able to wipe out Marshal! Aid at the beginning) Some of the Communist condi-
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    to be starting all over again. The }on an armistice,
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    entire sterling area dropped dras- 25,000,000 “completely unacceptable,” Com-
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    in March, and to $398,000,000 for From Our Own Corre paspeprst | from the present line of defence ot | enti hi
    the last quarter of 1950 ee ees “July i U.N. forces. They warned against | ‘ ‘Secondly, cur opinion on the
    Thus Britain and the sterling a this Oni ate, ant j; hopes for an easy and speedy ; | ited off i throw tht} problem of nev report
    area are headed back for the are ao a - tal oe | agreement. | . ed ( mit t forees of | representatives of the Pre
    ts maica increased by over 20% | Tt Re . . ? fe rag bs :
    tamiliar days of gold and dollar above the corresponding . le suggestion for a demilitar- va are ted treach- | that neither side's news reporters
    deficits. Tne Chancellor of the) period tant year ene if the ized buffer zone in the vicinity of THESE SHEEP phetegraphed in a pen at the Market yesterday were buichered later in the | atiach r 1eV representative can
    Exchequer, Hugh Gaitskell, ad-|]° rate is kept up, as is antici- | 2 parallel, i ie mo SC day to provide to-day’s meat ty the housewife, From Montreal comes the news that lamb chops Ailied vnit umped off on inte the area of the meeting
    mitted recently, “It is quite likely |] pated, this year’s tourism ie ‘P na ) Ee SO He oo cost more than caviar. Spring lamb, there, is selling at $1.49 per Ib. ave iy ci to -Rummsan. yester until both sides have agreed
    that these less favourable influ-|} wi}! contribute almost $25- ee ed it runs north, of the ; Cy , te So ee og sia iba ek Sk, cal aes y hi morning attackit ‘Thirdly, we propose that the
    ences will continue during the 000.000 to the national in- aaa grt _ Which be ULN. 8 oe up _anothes mile anc | meeting will be continued at 9.00
    next few months.” He was re- come. | forces are holding presently. m . . ] bl lee ti rt Army later were tt a.m. (Pyongyang time). today.”
    ‘erring to the unfavourable trade This will mean _ nearly Reasons earmamen | OvVves Halians Upse t 1 wundin 2 at dug-in Reds whe Signed: General Nam I }
    situation. But all these will be $5,000,000 additional tourist ism three Keasons : af 3 * jeoured heavy imachinegu in Tsenior delegate of the Korean
    aggravated by the Iran oil crisis. income this year. Increase }} The withdrawal behind that line i Over Allied } against then Peaples Army, Chinese Peoples
    Gaitskell said that the closing of in short stay, visitors is now {| by the U.N, forces during an }, Other U.N. patrol ined up t | Volunteer Delegation. 6.00 a.m.,
    the Abadan refinery will cost the| 17% while the number of armistice was said to be not n es sermany “Sell Out” } miles on the eastern front bu'} 13th July, 1951
    sterling area another 0,000,000} ee ree peers, DRE Sout oT eet res Jrnade no headw gZainst stee In addition to this message, the
    arf ] t 1 lar oil up by 29% | irstly, the present line has * ¢ With the Western Powe: uit efenses arou the Re Chinese cease-fire representative:
    su ties a ob r | been established at expense of PRANIEURE ‘Paty 19 ng i eal : : ble R us t . the west.—U.P delivered the Potent messav
    Pury : invaluable lives and material WEST GERMAN REARMAMENT moved another ste j & up agi Pipes WUSSIi . 5 bain
    h WA ad | effort British, F ' LU tes |? Communist satellit verbally to the U.N. Linaiso:
    Ma 5 Wi epOre. closer as a result of Britis rench, anc nited Sta 1 S ‘ : Officer: “Due to difficulty of com-
    a u ve | Sac, , . . ee ? . Trieste assumes a great strategi | . ic uc ulty co
    sin Milverton ill sata tontae oe a ge Be action ending the legal state of war with this divided coun- | , wwortance, Tt ison the “door | Mer ‘adley Sa Ys U.S. [munication and because the 1
    eT: s e at area, which ; : ielicopter did not come-(to Kae-
    How will the British get out of AVES also would afford suffici . try. The major political result of the moves was the|siep” of Austria, Hungary d elicop
    als ord sufficient pro- , on es on he 9.0
    the next dollar crisis? In 1947, Le sc C.D.C. | tection to Seoul. powerful Socialist chieftain Kurt Schumacher’s concession] '1e Balkans, If war came, Trie mene Expand . Aid ne re Py Me Re cue a ee ae
    ar ee the an or _ Agee From Our Own Correspondent | acne it is from this area that} that one of his conditions for supporting the new German] “°Uld be one of the object ASHINGTON, July 13 enior delegate has passed. 1
    ang the stopping Of senda 2ea ; LONDON, July 13 the Communists have previously “ OF any aggressive arm prim 2 ; vu ‘ ; vi, 4%

    ’ ’ Sl) y ha 2en met by ied action. He said “the end of : instructed to orn at
    $375,000,000 U.S, loan which s starts! A successor is expected to be| launched their most powerful at- Arm) had been met 7 All 7 | ¥ be i Ps dutpost for a defending for Bt Generé ral Umar N Braale hos an 4 Seve i We nt cy net
    to fall due at the end of this year! announced shortly to Lord Milver-| tacks against U.N. forces. ‘the state of war is long overdue, It must be considerec But Yugoslav Marxism { Ufying before the House 0 Ase U yggetag , ;
    kept the British afloat financially.;ton on the Board of Colonial De- The withdrawal of all foreign one of the pret equisites for solving the problem of Germar | Nationalism and Italian “Irrede 4 fe Poreigr Altairs Committers ot :

    By the beginning of 1948, how-] velopment Corporation troops from Korea, would neces- defense contribution.” ism” cannot seem to be meshed ipport of Trumar reque _
    ever, It was almost exhausted.j Lord Milverton, former Gov-fsitate the settlement and an t ‘Schqynacher was bitterly anc}Wwith Western overall defense| °° 90,800,000" for econom
    The second dollar crisis in that"ernor of Jamaica, was with cp. adequate international control of |eonstantly opposed’. .tos Gerraar | plans. iit ay aid t¢ the nation UK Bae ‘ks UN Chief
    year was solved by Marshal! Aid tfor three years. is term o ap- | the whole of Korea, including r x * | e4armament until his cofditions Today, the Italians are e ae oo St rt aid
    from which Britain alone drewjpointment ended last month and )Communist controlled areas. The Korean Conflict i ad been met. They fret erembly concerned “nt perarstent Spite BM oe 4 262,900,000. The third erisis-ee-/Mr.James Griffiths, Secretary of | present terms are not considered ‘ . rirst, complete equality for] rumours that the Allies are pr sructnitelia te hea Britain sald that she agreed with
    curred in the midst of the Marshall{State for the Colonies, has not | suitable as the basis for an arm- Can Help Sugar Western Germany—diplo.natic-| paring to “sell out” Trieste, and Pogré ere to ay pn mu sian jeneral Matthew Ridg@way’s insis
    Aid Programme—late in 1949—and | asked him’ to continue. : .,_ [istice but for the agreement on ar , Jally, politically and in terms off abandon their 1948 pledge to rm REET, LOTT ' ADY.. BYE tence that U.N. newsmen be ad
    forced the British Government toj _Last ad bas oe Lord Mil- overall political and _ military NEW YORK, July 13. | military contribution ; The end-| turn it to italy. Yugoslavia, so far . a ae world {Mitted to Kaesong cease-fire talk
    Cevalue the pound sterling. From bbe bl if d iP tt YN nea ‘ain settlement of the Korean conflict The continuation of the ||i78 of the wale war Be nt has been silent on the recently t wer ee ee the North| Spekesmen said “the British Gov
    then on for 18 months, everything eth i r 1 Reith the: Cor ee at some later date. Korean conflict may bring | long way at ete y Had aip re 4-lreported manoeuvre regardin At lantic: ts a Org lanion 4 ronment coneurs in General Rid
    went well. Gold and dollar de- Pacis ouatirate but. rouge Informed circles said that the the sugar market out of its oe anaes F Rey Te Oa ei the Trieste “headach« €ven more important. te a wy than] Way's action He declined
    ficits turned to surpluses when} ments to the Corporation ‘rest en-| Original Russian and Chinese current doldrum which may | by ign te cturel Seneenst ont * ill The U.S. policy in trying to sup wa two years agoi. As far a mplify the statement but then
    Americans started — stock-piling itirely with the Secretary of State, |2PPproach for an armistice was con-|| result in refiners not buying, || Vitaly satisfy — the politica al] port both Italy and Yugoslavia,} tne North Atlantic area is con-|@4ded “we do not want to do any
    rubber and tin for rearmament. “We do not see eye to eye. I sidered as an “expression of thei but awaiting developments. | nabidision Increased speed and to took out for her own tt cerned, there no direction to thin sto prejudice success of nego
    At the end of 1950, Britain be-! don’t |agree with their Colonial | genuine desire for an agreement. Sugar Analyst, George E. || -coxing agreement from Frat terests is up again against a Blan! but forward U.P. ition —UP
    came the first nation to forego’ policy.” But some of the terms now sug- Keiser, commented about || pyitain and other European coun-| wal! Trieste ihe trae tereiney| Eee
    Marshall Aid, but now the rear-! Por twelve months Lord Mil-| gested that the Chinese might the raw sugars thus: “Not tithe on the German thilit of rrieste with sanilatin oft HARRIMAN OFF
    mament programme has boomer-jverton was a member of the So-}have had “second thoughts”, un- a sale has been reported this || contribution of full sized divi-| abou 389,000 has been. and stil TO IRAN
    anged and British financial affairs cialist Party. He resigned last |less the present terms have been week. With negotiations for || sions plus a tactical air fore: and ind probably will be, one of the “He ll On W he e is” ASHING TC Tul ‘
    began to look ominously like they| year and since then has been a| put out as an initial feeler and ty a cease-fire in Korea, the a skeleton navy is expect biggest headaches in Europe, It Ww i ait ae ae bs Ws i
    did in 1946, 1947, and 1948, } strong opponent of the proposed} readiness to modify them.—U.P. market seems to be in a neet the military demand has for centuries been the focal BREMEIERHAVEN yr te oY . oe i '
    By the end of the year, sterling} Anglo-Cuba Trade Pact. waiting mood with buyers’ centre of Italian “irredentism”.| G ny, July 13 Mrpiane On Py iiey: ty! Aw
    area gold and dollar figures will and sellers’ ideas far apart. arenes S ae bie word Maredéhtion’” ia teal The “hell on ahi to try hale settle e Angk
    be showing a deficit again,—but’ _ i ° 4 What the market does will conc ition, before he Ww eres Italfan ‘origin. and’ mean an! ond rmoured division began at Iranian oil dispute, a he person
    against a very fat reserve of New Job For Bowles Var tety Show Al depend on which side gives || German: coat er LO tn sihieekit: of border districts} riving here to swell the U.S. Army|7CPresentative of Preside: nt
    $3,867,000,000 compared with the; 9 k h way first. Cuban sellers are fede {eg ot ‘ oui oe 7 noe AGS) ere -Italian poken U.P.| strength in Germany t n esti-} Pruman. —U.P.
    Gevaluation low of $1,340,000,000, WASHINGTON, July, Pocket Theatre particularly firm in their ig rem a) " tential Bo. \mated 150,000 mer 1
    3ritain and the sterling areaj Chester Bowles, former Demo- ideas. Raaeery Gene PNY POenusl: Sonnaaee ‘oct Gener i ‘ n, “ ”
    can absorb smal) surpluses wath tobaein Governor of Connecticut will | THE University College Extra- Some small lots in Puerto bk emer te mn ns er uc : f: an a : aN Ge is ral ec » Ca tan + | The “ADVOCATE
    this reserve. But it is question- be offered the job as next United)Mural Association presented a Rico and the Philippines ™ oat con * he Biatten ' Ate 10 Air mer Killed 100 Fe fy Fi ad “heater 3 mas i A ; f NEWS
    wble whether Britain can absorb States Ambassador to India ac-/Variety Show last night at the occasionally make their ae KF Germany UP 1S ave j! rater ’ rhe Divi Mi ar ace Se ‘e | pays for
    in that reserve also annual pay- cording to the present Adminis-|British Council Pocket The-; appearance, but buyers seem | 4 any - ? * i i i 1 1 ; E 7 Dial 3113
    ments on the U.S. loan and the tration’s plans. atre. Produced and directed unwilling to show _ their In i lane Crash a ee ' : A a ee ; “ A
    m On Page 5. ' —U.P. {by Miss Eleanor Nurse the hands.” | LONDON. July 12 [ is oe r sheet Dei rane , of Day or Night.
    i cast of thirty students of The Journal of Commerce B | G l i” Sete erate rca g ils 10m na ¢ 1 0
    yw : |Queen’s College and Harrison|| has reported European in- e gium x0 “ back aft Beant pe lon , ieave |! forees in Rurope.— —U.t
    ° I 000 MILLION FLOGDS College gave a lively performance | terest in Cuban sugar tem- | . es \ Ved 6 leat Aen i ¥ "|
    9 ' f throughout. Singing, dancing and porarily withdrawn. The | Kin Tuesda cave, ¥ atta Lesin amet ane
    - E THREE LIVES IN U. “iacting together the youngsters} ere of bei agen te has We ehiact> pet Mameat. tite: ine
    wy treated the audience to amusing regarded as an “unfavour- ms : | ; mld cA) witlen siveat
    TAK. °™ episodes. Sketches from “Ham-|| able factor” the drop in BRUSSELS, July 18. | SORA Bs Heid 20 millon we
    let” (in rehearsal) “Hiawatha,” deliveries to 103,085 tons for A 20-year-old Prince Royal wil}|! rt a lot Off , Dingle "|
    é ; 5 arse awatha, rye f oe e ; e Pilo cer, < ir
    KANSAS CITY, Missouri, July 13. “Goodbye Mr. Chips” added to} the be o, a! become = ~ Rive et the io I ara 7. oe es ‘ ioe ri ¢
    DISASTROUS FLOODS swamped the huge industrial Ithe variety of the show. Guest| ppt prod en» B, _ er Se ene ore ‘ ent Sasa aha RAW ewe. men |
    district of twin Kansas cities on Friday and cut off two- ae Spchaties. pipes || fhe ansed Week « Jear age, pute which nearly plunged. this! quarters — at the edge of Lyneham,
    thirds of this city’s drinking water supply and washed Seine Mee, oun pa ai by Mr.| Comment ran “even with- country into civil war, Prince|airfield, but was unable to pull |
    ss se was assiste | . ; in ! 10 V tt oY lete out of the
    residents from the rooftops. At least three were drowned|"",°"G” Haynes, Mr. P. ©.|| oUt the relation to those | Baudouin, Albert Charles Leopold! the Valetta com; f
    5 Seat ti = pape. see i ‘|| weeks the deliveries as they Axel Marie Gustav will succeed) spit There were no survivors, |
    and five missing. Many clung to the tree tops awaiting |Eyelyn, and Mr. Gendall who! stood at 103,000 tons could Fig Wisner Den aenis aticenraliliac 10" eismés a” anal 6
    rescue, ; i i jirected the Harrisonian be termed low. What is jKing Leopold III, as King Bau-) Lyneham, last night, after a flight)
    Major General Lewis A, Peick, more, next week's figure is | douin after a simple swearing in| from Malta where some of them |
    ° ° owned on pe ‘ ay yu mngloe Rane likely to show a drop of |'ceremony at the Belgian Parlia-| had served several year Phen, |
    ‘ estimate: ood damage in Kan- ~ i 7 . “ye ared with he “ap ky se NypliresSrigye 7
    Gairy Going | sas Say ae ane ee Se Grady Will Resign Te eten aah seed lam , x oy Monday, King Leopold wiil oe a RA F static ; UP
    : | 000,000. ; " interna- e the way for his 3 suc~| : } 1
    * e : is aa ial Only an unsettled interna we the way for his sor su
    G amalca ioe. Soe. aes ae, 6 Waar ete July (18. || tional picture is likely to re- ession by signing the abdication|
    crushed two levees and inundat- The White House said on Frey verse the trend and keep the t in Brussels Royal Palace. The ‘* . {
    ed 125 city blocks populated by] that Henry F, Grady again re market for the balance of (wy prince was not much more| Fires Kill 14 And
    From Our Own Correspondent 10,000 which makes up the ven-| quested permission to resign a the year in step.” Len SAaAlas - | tral industrial area. Ambassador to Iran and Truman ’ p . _UP. } sin fal pare Sat duaante Saat IC i 65 Di ve
    GRENADA, July 13 | Part of the area is in this city, | wil] grant the request at an ap- } et off a bi ons a resentme! zause $om AINA
    Permission has been granted by | part across the Missouri River in propriate time.—U.P. jamong a great p of his coun-! 3 eo
    the Trinidad Government to admit; the sister city of Kansas City. trymen by urrendering the Bel- NEW YORK, July 13 \
    Mr. E. M. Gairy an intransit flight] The flood knocked out Turkey ian Army to the Germans in at 4 serics of disastrous explosion
    to-day to Jamaica. Gairy has not|Creek pumping station which 940, n res killed 14 persons and |
    disclosed the object of his visit, | pi vides two thirds of the water er Last summer the King turned| t least $5,000,000 damage |
    but the reason generally accepted} for this city of 453,000 popula- over all his functions to Baudouin : North: in M.M.W.U. circles is that he/tion and for President Truman’s after anti-Leopoldists staged 4). 94 hour period j
    goes to consult Mr. N. W, Manley|hqme town of Independence, series of general trike and’ The explosions blew up a build-
    in respect to the recent sentences | Missouri and other suburban bloody riots ling at the Du Pont dynamite pla
    imposed on people convicted dur-| areas in Jackson County oun Cc in 2 Leopold had remained in volun-} i, elec aid killing four |
    ing the June Assizes on charges! Homes and buildings crumbled tary exile in Switzerland since| ' a ns ry at ree noo} srrels of |
    ‘rising out of the February—junder the torrent. Some one- : the liberation, agent ene 5 i
    March riots with a view to their, storey Guildings were covered and ALABAMA, July 13 Police’ believed the ehthrone-| o d gasolin: ning ton |
    ones |> nly the tops of some of the Syo THREE MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS reported on Friday |ment would take place without) (ee ye ged building ai. the
    The feeling is known to exist torey at ta Were " that they conquered Mount Mec Kinley A North America’s } incidents Violent msg athe op Indianapol ie aireraft plant
    above the we é —U. ' return hac n led by| : : : ;
    among Unionites that they lacked |#>°V" ‘aoe highest peak on the first successful ascent of its west Mie rctetiote ‘tt | re a of! Fire the waterfronts a
    *xecutive s . > we fre Socizlists who are no ( So arolir
    teak oat er ene oaee, x oe ’ buttress. Three members of the Mount McKinley Scientific Rune th ehiveement to-put Bbu-| ‘ we oe. me nae
    ence, several o > accused re- by th Cas ! g Islar : and ragec
    ¢ heir o1 ‘ounse 7 y Expedition announced by radio they reached the mountain-|daouin on the Throne ie line : erlanc
    ¢aining their own counsel . Pp ) ulin or ; brough acres of rich timberla
    It is believed that Gairy will sim For Bananas top on Tuesday evening. » Washington and British Colum |
    also see Bustamante. Earlier Gairy From Our Own Correspondent - Five ther men were “still
    had arranged for air trave’ via KINGSTON, July 10 clin bing’, they said It va iz inted seven expl
    Barbados More Lacatan bananas are be- University College |i: 1 time the 20,300 foot moun- A CHOP COSTS $1. 49 r 4 3 t rire ind two othel
    ing grown in Jamaica. It is esti- tain has been scaled, put the first | blazes u dnight, last night
    2 ated that this variety will add Takes In erry |time anyone has reached the } MONTREAL, July 13. | 7 lamas ire expected
    Ss ) ed Ev acuation between 154 and 2 million stems to vee othe pernous unexplores Lamb chops cost more than| exceed 000,000 No eviden i:
    | € {2 maica’s banana exports this (Feom Our Own Correspondent Aon Re Three were Dr. Brad-| waviay here. Spring lamb is gell- | bbomade Was found Jes
    4 f r L ford Washburn, leader = the ex ny at $1.49 per pound, —U.P. disaster U.P.
    ABADAN, July 1s es the of 1951 KINGSTON, July 10. | pedition, James Gale, Arctic ie oe caldsd iis teiiisdibedidsdal eno.
    Evacuation of British te chai : pa ors INORINS Ol 100 The University College of the! vival ex and ( Willian r-| >
    0,000 stems of Lacatans ye ¢ as ne t i t vatars ‘ | .
    ins from Iranian oil fields will : wt West Indies has gone into Hackett, veteran army moun | 2 | i
    be tepped ' next week were picked, ©} laundry business climber \ pprove L il 1Ore e an |
    ke the iglo-Iran er The laundry the de- a me ze aid = the
    < ( . j activated U.S el Air pent day night on the ) uA
    . ounced albase has bee vy t pinnacle eturning to the ve - P
    : : f h 1 gr Unive College font a on Wednetday Te HOUSE RMED SERVICE OM I
    of A, | t ynaquered N i tight t tior
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    B.B.C. Radio

    BARBADOS ADVOCATE JULY 14,

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    her second honeymoon in

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    : not often happy, and neither was ] rogramme
    IS EXCELLENCY the Gov — their author. Loneliness. That is
    I eee oe oan erties Coming Announcement the recurrent theme IRDAY, JULY * 5
    ernor and Lady Savage are 4 E mor SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1951
    Gus back this hoteine by TCA ARTIE S HEADLINE 2 XPECT soon an announcement And N >
    Bhi “ eee eee . astineventalianibirs si : ‘wee , ‘ An ow ? 11 10 am. A. A. A_ Championships,
    Since they left Barbados on June so that Lieutenant-General Sir iby EVELYN IRONS 1130 am. Programme Parade, 11 45
    23, they have been in Canada arnest Wood has quit his job a HAT next? Her plans are &â„¢ Surrey v. Yorkshire, 12 00 noon
    on a visit: as guests of Trans- Controller of Operations at the OOLWORTH heiress Barbara, Hutton is not vague, uncertain. When she The News, 1210 pm News Analysis
    Canada Airlines, ; Colonial Development Corporation. the richest woman in the World (she has feels better she may move on to 4 15—¢ 45 pm — 19. 76m
    Short Visit He is going to be Chief of Staff, cniy about ten million pounds, end the fortune of the U.S.A.. She has no home in —————— ae on —aseinn
    ADY STOW who had _ been Production, with the North Atlan- (ocbacco heiress Doris Duke i timafed at five times London now (she handed over , ry J Rag an ghia Ms -~ oa ig
    eh pal el preg Mage a tic Treaty organisation _ that), But she has divorced more fusbands (three Winfield House, Regent’s Park, }, "ty "Listeners Choice, 6 00 pm Music
    : paying : ae Fy pen seer His departure from the Colonial to Miss Duke’s two), and althcUgg both are the bu.lt for £150,000 and furnished For Dancing, 645 pm. Programme
    on Crease venucued ren Gres. Development Corporation means same age, 38, Miss Hutton has gotherself into the for £250,000 to the American Parade
    c 7vrenadé ; m i - . faa piereahi . 5 ar x ~ SS ier alia ~ nin hh werer
    ada by B.W.LA. yesterday. that the Chairman, Lord Reith, has ew ve: times more frequently - Embassy ). ; + iets 0S wo i m=. 21.83 m
    2 . - now lost all the joint Controllers Now, arriving in London in the mrfdst of divorc- The only house she owns is that Saini ately anaei tpi econ Sine
    700 pm. The News, 710 pm. News

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    Brother and Sister who were thefe when he succeed- ing her fourth husband she makes headlines again

    R. and MRS. ASHLEY ed Lord Trefgarne. Princess Igor Troubetzkoy, as = still is, left a gier which she-bought between her Analysis, 7.15 pm. Behind The News,

    THOMPSON fiew in from Hugh Weeks recently left to sick bed to fly from Paris spe to see Baron fast two marriages “because 1 al- 7.0 0m. Sandy Macpherson at the

    - — Bt : ’ G : : ie net x ~ Theatre Organ, 8 00 pm_ Radio News-
    Grenada yesterday morning by take a big steel and concrete job Gottfried von Cramm play at Wifpbledon for the ways wanted to live like an Arab.” reel, 815 pm London District Tattoo,
    B.W.1.A. to spend about two in industry, Chartered account- ‘irst time since the war . ' But a hotel nomad, even a rich 8 30 pm Portrait of an Airman, 9 20
    weeks’ iholiday, staying at the int Richard Cable left for health When the 41-year-old Bayon, in his elegantly one, is a sad character. Isn’t it P ™ Interlude, 930 pm Margaret
    . See pe: Cee ae ; : tailored navy blue suit and the frail pale Princess 0, Princess? Lockwood, 10.00 pm. The News, 10 10
    Crane Hotel. Mr. Thompson who reasons in : ee os a P SOAR 0, incess? pm Interlude, 10 15 pm _ Fine Goings
    is a brother of Mrs, Theo Al- F. Sir Ernest Wood, who is 57, '” her fur jacket and plainly cut tack dress ap- On, 1045 pm. Yours Faithfully.
    leyne of “Newcastle”, St. John Pay Pins went to the CDC in 1948, Dur- peared arm-iti-arm at the tol-nament, they WORLD COPYRIGHT
    is a merchant in Grenada and nee Ee _ ing his Army career, he was in oes neesian pay wea © tht ve a. Saree S
    head of Granby Stores in St. RE SS charge of getting the British Army cs ever vomnaeee players. Coud this be Bar- ‘ —LES. 1 y
    George's. + “le and about 250,000 refugees out of “Definitely tigt em friends say Back in 1946 a RAINBOW NCHO L
    Other passengers on the Gren- t's the heat. 3urma in 1942. when she had divorced Brist-'-born film star Cary THE GOOD COMPANIONS

    Von Cramm escorts Barbara Huttoz at Wimbledon
    her at her hotel to commiserate.
    But she does not encourage them

    For his new job he has been Grant, but had not yet alliea aerself to the Lithua-~

    ada plane were Mrs. Eva Jaru-
    nominated by the British Govern- pian Prince Igor, von Cramm was question of waiting until the in-

    sek who has come over to spend 150 shades set tone for work



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    two weeks’ holiday staying at - . seat ae

    a neie ¢ . 2 Saeed R. GRANTLEY AD S, lead- ment, “ats obliged to deny persistent reporis fection wor ks itself out. i r
    Ca oe and Mr. aterhe os Mic er of gre one Sr ttn His pay at the CDC has bee that she would become Baroness But after a few days in bed this to call. She feels too sick to sce " HURST, Kent

    Intosh, arenada druggist Bs a Is wn venue attended the Ww rid around 500 a year. His Army yon Cramm. They have been week she was well enough last any but such old intimates as von - ee Lge a § , en he

    mere SCE VER Cavs) Saying Bt Fede yee ih hata retived pay: £1,100, friends for years, that is all. night to go dancing. Cramm. ; etters are Chislehurst children who go ‘0

    ee ae Milan, hae Bret ee tea With the reservation that any- Clinic To Clinic Peace of mind would be the only Redhill junior school, ong he

    in Milan, has been elected to rep- . . Pn te gene tetiaoel aa \ eee attr ’ basis of & real cure th: va . “rainbow” school — the _ colour

    “After 31 Years t,uiin, os been lected © 769, Back Front Public shin, ois Wy ihe cate QOVENTEN, sears ao wher aithetweaty Barvara tution mos MQ -WHYNIRE here nes ot het

    tana NG, brother of Executive Board of the Interna- Health Course ‘tueeera that the relationship ts : she wants
    Mrs. Harold Proverbs Of tional Confederation of Free Trade ay a Pp second husband, Danish Count suitability to the type of Work

    BIRMINGHAM. children undertake in the various

    R. CLARENCE HAYNES, cf one of pure kindness and syme. yyy ewitzeReventlow, s tly am
    Srahirahinnesteniunn y y y a Haugwitz-Reventlow, shortly Her Gifts Peete inhiboveareold Mr. Cyril Comes

    Reckley Terrace is at present in yy
    L Unions the General Board of Health, pathy ‘ after their marriage she went to a























    poeeten on. boltey Se mon, ay 1s turned f Jamai Thurs. Barbara Hutten needs all the fering, it was f Evesham Road, Ast
    treal. This is his first visit since aa : Sno saci . returned from Jamaica on irs~ aroare : vies nursing home suffering, i as 3 4 Houghton, o vesham Roa st- x
    he left heré Pity coca vane ugh, , Mr. Adams who is at presént M qsy afternoon by B.W.1.A. after kindness and sympathy she can™ said, from drastic slimming treat- HE has given. away many wood Bank, iccneutintanire: the Entrances to classrooms are in
    With him’are his wife and two England is due back in Barbados attending a ten month Public get She is a very sick woman, ment thousands of pounds of her factory clerk who wrote to the a soft grey to put the children in
    daughters Daphne and Kit. Mr shortly Health Course in Jamaica and in spite of her immense “After that the girl with all the money. Apart from settlements on yinister of Food in verse—and quiet and serious mood for study.
    King works with C.N.R. in Mon- ° Before he went to Jamaica, Mt wealth, a sorry one, too money could never buy health. ex-husbands—her first, polo-play- got a revly from civil servant Miss The outlet to the playing-fie}d
    treal Chief Reason Haynes had been acting Visiting She Wept She nearly died when her son ing Prince Alexis Mdivani, who Margaret Cross also in verse—has ‘8 a shining blue,

    They have come down for R. & MRS. B. AVERBOUKH Officer at Seawell during the time é ie illness which caused her Lance Haugwitz-Reventlow, now Jater died in a motor accident, got \ 15 i tatters’ 1h , any Lay) Sel .
    the weddihg of Miss Kathleen M cnivaie from Trinidad yes- Mr. sari Gibbons, the present to collapse at Wimbledon and 15 and ata boarding-school in the £70,000 a year when he was ae more than 600 . : Colour ae 1h Se
    Proverbs | Who is to be married terday by B.W.LA. on a short Visiting Officer was in Jamaica take to her bed in her suite at United States, was born at her divorced after seven months of “jr, began 17 years ago, always range rons agi de By of pink te
    this afternoon at St. Matthias holiday. Chief reason for their taking a similar course, Claridge’s is due to a rare virus house in Hyde Park Gardens marriage, and Count Haugwitz- writes in vei'se, whether the let- from WE esa)

    Church to Mr. Bill Mayor of visit is to be present at the wed- Other Barbadians returning on infection picked up when she was Since her third divorce in 1945 Reventlow, now remarried and an 421. are to friends, strangers or ee oe rad Tue Csi HEA
    Bermuda. Bill’s parents, Mr. and ding of Miss Helen 3ernstein, ‘Thursday who also attended the in Mexico. ae appened at i ue r- (after three years of this marr eae ia nrg psy enc rang i to. Royalty. Jetates no eomfortable little
    Mrs. W. H. Mayor have also come daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J mg yourse were Mr. Basil Jor- navaca, near Mexico City, where she complained that Cary rant Nave s B ENCOME IFO 8 mete, has answers from the King Ghairs.

    down for the wedding. They ar- Betastein ts Mr M Raizman HesCniet Sanitary Inspector, St. me en early this Sel as start ae like her nie ps her eae res pola yd pe te eusen Mioy, Princess Elizabeth ere

    ive rig amaicz : rsday » 5 is Verena A “ att . i ‘Te and 4 divorcee action agpins rinc ids been a series of illnesses, In generous s s enarities a oO, he . re me eC
    rin ed via Jamaica or Thursday whose home is in Buenos Aires. Philip, Nurse Unice Clarke and G cw ee eaiiphe merried four Yeats three yedts whe had four opera- friends And mostly without pub- and other members of the Roy ul INFANTS SCHOOL
    afternoon. by B.W.LA. They are to be married this Nurse Pearl Thompson. ay his alleged ‘cruel and in- tess one of them for cmpected lieity b Family. His next letter will £9 he; as designed by Mr.

    , ‘ evening. ; aT aae ae ; Ora ee feta Matas th : ‘o Mr. Attlee. Garnham Wright, Kent county
    re st . an treatment kidney trouble. From doctor to : : ie yarnham , 3
    To Rome For Silver Mr, Averboukh is a dry good Two Weeks Droppin the suit, she entered Moator from clinic to clinit, she But these acts have evidently Mr. Houghton likes cycling, architect.
    Jubilee merchant in Port-of-Spain. ' suinitet aw York with a tem- hunted for health in Switzerland, failed to bring the soul-satisfaction wens — Rata sometimes i 26.000
    f 2 3 ’ : SON aa cad ; an tna ate ama 2 that is said to be the reward of }|pays the church organ. The school spreads over 26,
    BR rn oer reine Carib Research Council wt . aa ae pestis “ 108; as ao. Venki n ip Paris, in IR sa ait pelea a ‘And his Vérses? He wrote one square feet, and will cover even
    ..0 x : eee vr a oY .— I oe J é ar us in v ‘ § sha / : as De aiac tte y ‘ 9 ; , : sho ¢ infant?
    yesterday morning by B.W.I1LA. IR JOHN AND LADY SAINT yy 1, Narriares was among the to arrange an out of court settle- plumpish, gay, party-loving Bar- She read Maeterlinck, and o-me eo I saw him, Of them yore ground Wapstemes torent
    She is on her way to Italy via leave for Trinidad this after- passengers leaving for Trinidad ment of her broken marriage, that bara Hutton of the carefree days. thought wistfully that she too was | ie said: 4 school, planned on similar iines,
    New York. and England to be noon by B.W.LA. They expect to Yesterday morning by B.W.1.A. she wept at the airport She weighs only about 7st looking for a Blue Bird. She had “Tye found many friends is added. g aie
    in Rome for the Silver Jubilee be away for one week, She will be away for two weeks. She is still convalescing—ac- People who saw her at Wimble- the power to put most things in a Whom I visit week-ends All is on one: ‘eae
    of the Rev. Mother General of Sir John is going to attend a Miss Harrison is on ‘holiday companied. by her gre y-haired @on this week were shocked to cage, but happiness, peace and By writing these letters in what will be the library.
    the Order of St. Ursula. meeting of the Caribbean Re- from Carleton © College, Ottawa, :ecretary, Miss Latimer. No doc- find how tired and ill she looked, content eluded her rhyme.” cot ea,
    Mother Ryan has not visited search Council which is to be where she is studying journalism. \ors are attending het It is a Many London friends telephone to She made big, romantic de- L.E.S.
    Europe since she first came out held next week in Port-of-Spain. She is not due back in Canada mands of life and of people. But ae es wicindlinl insmod
    t means taal n ¥ _ : — " cae Tae mea ————___——-————— life and people obdurately refused Roane comm — ——
    to this area over nineteen years Same Plane until September. to go the way she schemed for
    ae RS. P. HEWITT MYRING Y k A | 66 | (i mo T () [ | e sense, IN {
    f c are : S. c NG, ‘ . ‘ 1 them. In one sense, she was al- Q LU CINEMA (Members On y)
    She hopes +3 return: in October. wife of C.D. and W’s Public Going to Windsor A an He S oing () X ore ways stone cold sober, she never A VATIC CLUH TODAY PM. :
    Not Coming This Year Relations Adviser returned from ANON P. D. W.. MOORE will drank. It was just those big ideas TO-NIGHT TO MONDAY NIGHT at 8.30
    R. WILLIAM GREEN, son of her short visit to Antigua on c; be leaving Barbados on July By NEWELL ROGERS sity, and a post-graduate of the that went to her head. A TRULY GREAT MOTION PICTURE
    " ; NEW YORK. Colorado School of Mines. William Wyler's

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    Mrs. Clara Green of 22nd for England by the ra a zs , 7
    “Pioneer” Upper Collymore Rock, | Mt. and Mrs. Clarence Hart who Guisniite: He a going to work The oddest Yank at Oxford | He spent 25 years in the Rockies When she came to London for “ THE HEIRESS”
    who is studying medicine at “°te married recently in Antigua Ae
    Loyola College, Montreal has also arrived from Antigua on {” sect Aral ae . will wlso year-old Alfred E. Perkins. He is drills. lously wealthy, and _ extremely Ste OLE Oe ALDH RICHARDS Moet :
    successfully passed his’ third Thursday, He is attached to Bar- a * : a ety ir a retired steel sales manager, and He way in the £5,000-a-year beautiful—she gave the clue to with MIRIAM HOPKINS —— MONA FREEMAN
    year examinations. “Bill’ as he clays Bank’s branch here. vi 4 x ours. M a es . if a \ he is going to Oxford because re class till he retired on a handsome her troubled story. “I am a rest- A Paramount Picture
    is better known as will ee be Mrs, Frank Morgan returned by Winc “ Pe rs. Moore is already Wants to “study English history pension. And he says: “All my less individual who likes to be
    coming olit to the West Indies for the same plone from the U.S, via in England. where it began.” life I have been an engineer and continually seeing new lands and SSS SSS SSS OO
    eng or ic > has alre 00ke 1 salesman, , ¢ up.” njoying new experiences,” sh SSS eae OO
    his s “yr Vace as , Puerto Rico, . ; : He has already booked roon ilesman, and I’m fec up. en,
    He i soeadion it at a ctoeedis Incidental Intelligence at an hotel At frst Oxford refused to have said. DIAL 2310 = PLAZ A “a BRIDGETOWN
    ; - ; i , Says he ‘Tll buy me a little him But Perkins went to Pro- ; La ZL
    Seah. Fe Hopes to come dows Learning English NEVER throw an old hat ou. sogjish automobile, and it wil! fessor Ernest Llewellyn Wood- A few months ago, after nearly TODAY (2 Shows) — 445 & 8 30 & Continuing Daily 445 & 8 30 p.m
    amine Pag Boig ao _— ~ oer aoe te " Fort- until I’ve sat on it - punch- take me to classes and around the ward, a Fellow of Worcester Col- = os of renee ave ie The Dive-for-Glory of the Submarine “THUNDERFISH”
    _ Is course at that col- de-France who had been in ed it around to see if I can give country to look up any old ruins e, who Was visiting professor at try to country and from husbanc WwW Br resent JOHN in
    lege. He will then spend a holi- Barbados for several months it a different look.—Mrs. J. D. 1 want to see.” Princetown University, New Jer- to husband, she exclaimed dis- gic vida WAYNE 99
    day with*his mother before going learning English returned to Lodge, wife of the Governor of His friends say it will also take ‘ey. gustedly, speaking of her quarrel bs PACIFIC
    him to London for some fun. An Said Perkins: “He straightened With Prince Igor, “I can never do -

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    S ™ j man, “who lived in a Tudor manor undergraduate? Said Oxford’s benefit of the doubt. It has taken Special Today 9.30 am, & 1.30 p.m) RIBBEAN PREMIERE!
    THE ADVENTURE: OF PIPA house.” vice-chancellor, the Very Rev. ™e 38 years to learn better, I guess “PHANTOM of CHINATOWN”|| CAR BBEA (aes
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    was mayor in 1928, council reading meters in the dark.” Readings,” for which he consulted | . p.m. g
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    DIPLOMATS
    SEEN IN
    PRAGUE

    VIENNA, July 5

    The British Embassy in Czecho-
    slovakia, hes been informed that
    Guy Burgess and Donald Mac-
    lean have been seen near Prague

    This is the first time any re-
    liable clue has been produced to
    take the trail of tne missing
    diplomats up to — and inside
    the lron Curtain.

    Between May 28 and June
    they visited the Czech Embassy in



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    Paris. That date has been pinned
    down.

    Next day they were inside
    Czechoslovakia

    The report was made by an

    Englishman of unquestioned repute
    who reached Vienna to-night from
    Prague, and it has been forwarded
    to London for close study. He
    said:—

    On June 3, which was a Sunday,
    I drove with my wife about 12
    miles out of Prague to the Hotel
    Rene, a pleasant little two-storey
    place among pinewoods and a
    couple of miles off the main road

    Luxury

    At Rene’s which has half a dozen
    luxurious rooms, a saucy~-pictured
    bar, and a rustic-styled resiaurant,
    you escape the feeling of being
    spied on that we all get in Prague.

    Western diplomats often go there
    for lunch or tea. When everything
    was nationalised the Communists
    made the owner keep Rene’s going
    mainly for foreigners.

    My wife and I arrived about
    2.30, which was late for lunch.
    Only one table was still occupied
    —by two Englishmen’ and two
    Czech girls.

    The Englishmen were strangers
    to us, and in Czechoslovakia these
    days you can count all the British
    there. We know them all

    The girls were pretty, and
    smartly dressed, the type of girls
    who are paid to show foreigners
    a good time, and keep an eye on
    mem.

    The Englishmen took little notice
    of the girls. They were finishing
    a bottle of red wine with a Bul-
    garian label, and talking to each
    other in clear, educated voices.

    No Unionist







    We wondered who they could
    be. Obviously not trade union-
    ists, sampling the “people’s demo-
    cracy” — the Press would have
    heralded such a visit anyway.

    Not diplomats; we know them
    all and meet most of them for
    cocktails every week.

    Not businessmen -— there is no
    Lusiness to be done. English fel-
    jow-travellers? iin, the Press
    would have made a fuss of them.
    It always does.

    The taller man, sitting in pro-
    file about six yards away from us









    in the empty restaurant, seemed
    to resent my scrutin;

    He drained his wine, then the
    four rose. I did not see bill
    presented.

    off
    Through the wide window I

    saw them go off in a chauffeur-
    driven Buick, sky-blue, with or-
    dinary Czech number plate — for-
    eingers in Prague get distinctive
    plates, yellow with red numbers.

    I had not heard of Maclean and
    burgess then,

    A week later we saw an English
    newspaper and we recognised their
    pictures with a shock. The tall
    man in Rene’s was Maclean, the
    other was Burgess.

    It is dangerous to discuss such
    discoveries on the phone, so I
    went round to a British diplomat,
    a friend of mine in Prague, and,
    sitting in his bathroom—with the
    taps running in case there was a
    n.icrophone about—I told him what
    we had seen.

    He knew Burgess and Maclean
    and said they were exactly as I
    described them.

    I went back to Rene’s once or
    twice in the hope of running into
    them, but they did not show up.
    The belief in Prague is that they
    have “gone on” to Warsaw












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    “Scram, Charlie — they'll have you — window boxes is luxury building.”



    AMERICAN COLUMN:

    A Way To Be Cool

    NEW YORK.

    Millionaires queued in 86-
    degree temperatures tonight for a
    luxury cruise to the ice zone.

    The 35-day cruise, in the 34,000-
    ton Cunard liner Caronia, was
    more than sold out

    A wealthy Californian, who
    flew 3.000 miles to New York on
    a chance that someone would can-
    el his passage at the last minute,
    was left on the pier. No one ERIC JOHNSTON, who used to
    backed out. be Hollywood's Czar and. skir-

    There were champagne parties mished with Arthur Rank, pops up
    in the state rooms. Many of the in a new—and highly unpopular
    568 passengers threw coloured —role. As Economic Stabilisation
    streamers at the sweltering left- Administrator, he tells glum Sena-
    behinds on the pier, and the tors that there should be an im-
    Caronia was dressed overall with mediate rise in taxation of at least
    pennants. $10,000 million (£38,571 million).

    or peace depends on Russia. You
    can have either; we do not want
    war.’

    * ‘Well,’
    peace.’

    “ *Yeg’ I said, ‘but you want
    peace in your own image without
    reference to the satellite countries
    or the lives of other people.’ ”

    he said, ‘We want



    Films to finance

    The cruise will take the cool-
    ness-seekers to Iceland, Norway,
    Sweden, Scotland, Ireland, France,
    and England.

    Will Hays, ex-motion picture
    chief, and Mrs. Hays head the
    passenger list, which is studded
    with corporation presidents, bank-
    ers, and company directors. They
    are paying from 950: dollars
    (£339) to 9,500 dollars ( £3.390)
    apiece,

    Occupying one of the two 9,500-
    dollar suites (bedroom, parlour,
    and bath) is the Rev. Stanley
    Gasek, Rector of Grace Church,
    Utica, New York. The trip is a
    gift from one of his wealthy var-
    ishioners.

    Duels mean jail

    SENATORS, busy trying to
    hammer out a “code of ethics for
    those in government,” toy with the
    notion of restoring duels as a form
    of redress for “character assassin-
    ation.” Unfortunately, there is a
    law that yS you can go to jail
    for ten y if you so much as
    issue a challenge with pistols or
    swords






    The sheik’s wife

    EVERYBODY said how roman-
    tic it was when a society woman
    married the sheik in 1945. She
    became the wife of Khalil Ben
    Ibrahim Al-Rawaf. But now the
    sheik’s lady is petitioning the
    Manhattan court for permission to
    change her name back to Mrs.
    Constance Wellman, She says the
    other version is so cumbersome.

    On the phone
    ONE-TIME baseball star Hugh

    Casey phoned his wife today in

    Atlanta, Georgia, and denied a4 Stop, caution—

    charge that he was the father of CALIFORNIA'S superior Judge
    another woman's child. He Edward Molkenbuhr is fed up
    threatened to kill himself. His \ith the ary-cleaners. They asked
    wife pleaded with him. But he him if it would be all right to en-

    said: “No, this is my time’—and force minimum prices in San





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    service in World

    War I? Wl he also bear in mind

    Pam , that its reformation would do

    IN PARLIAMENT much to encourage regional con-
    sciousness and pride in the West

    LONDON, July 9 Indies and form a valuable addi-

    a

    of
    July:—

    asked the Secretary
    the Colonies if he is aware that an
    epidemic

    vomiting

    The following written answer to
    question was given in the House
    Commons on Wednesday, 4th

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    (Labour, Leyton) to
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    disease
    sickness

    described
    due to malnu-

    trition has broken out in Jamaica
    and what steps are being taken to

    tion to the strength of the British

    ymmonwealth?

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    hat the honourable Member h:
    id. I am sure he also unde
    that many interests have
    considered in this matte
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    budget includes £10,000 for de- or peacetime research into the |
    tailed laboratory investigation of â„¢YS!res of the universe, now be-|
    the condition with the co-opera- ing caried on in the tiny village of!
    tion of the staff of the University J°@Tell Bank, near Manchester
    College of the West Indies, ’ In charge is Professor A. C. B.|
    Lovell, 37-year-old, and greying,
    West Indies Regiment for whom Manchester University |
    Mr. Braine (Cerservative, Bill- have just created their first pro-
    ericay) askea the Secretary of {fessorial chair of radio astro-
    State for War whether any steps nomy \
    have now been taken to re-form Insiead of casting searching
    the West Indies Regiment. beams towards the sea, as wa:
    Mr. Wyatt: My right honour- done in a submarine detecting

    able Friend is in consultation with

    my right honourable Friend the
    Secretary of State for the Colonies se
    on this subject. st

    Gentleman bear
    formed opinion in the British West the

    device perfected during the war
    Professcr

    Lovell and 20 young
    ientists are directing them at the
    irs, searching the galaxies for

    Mr. Braine: Will the honourable traces of the eight thousand mil- |

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    Cable and Wireless (West Indies)
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    with the following ships through
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    SS Donna Lane, 8S S_ Southern
    Districts, SS Norselady ss Salon
    Turman, SS. Skandinavia, SS Casa
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    Aleoa Roamer, SS Hecuba, S S_ Lady
    SS. Mereator, SS Uruguay
    Britkon, SS. Colombie, 8S Fort
    Townshend, SS. J W Vandyke, SS
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    BARBADOS ADVOGAT E

    Ss SS Se = Fe.

    a by the Advocate Co., Lt4., Toad Bt. ——
    TT

    SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1951
    ms

    CLEAN FOOD

    THE continued expressivn of Public dis-

    satisfaction over the condition of the
    Market has not beeii without result. It
    announced last week that

    was officially
    plans have been submitted by the Colonial
    Engineer for a new abattoir, The decision
    is long overditie.

    For some years now the condition of the
    abattoir needed attention but it would seem
    that it was not regarded as important
    despite its relation to the general health
    of the community. An attempt was made
    twelve years ago to modernise the abattoir
    on the instalment plan instead of equipping
    a new one of adequate size. The onfy
    modern piece of equipment installed was
    the electric stunning apparatus.

    During the intervening years there has

    been an increase in the number of animals
    slaughtered in the market but there was no
    effort to make the conditions under which
    they were killed answer modern demands.
    It had been previousiy pointed out that
    the position of the abattoir having regard
    to its close proximity to the Public
    Mortuary where human bodies dis-
    sected for post mortem findings warranted
    its removal. It should be comparatively
    easy to build a new abattoir on another
    site and instal the new equipment. The
    conditions under which meat inspection
    has been done in the Market have been
    trying and it is fortunate that there has
    been no outbreak of disease traceable to
    faulty examination of meat. The high
    standard of the work has been due to the
    efticiency of Dr. Stoute the Superintendent
    of the Market who is responsible for the
    meat inspection.

    The climax came with the visit of an
    official from the Colonial Office, who re
    marked recently that if the S.P.C.A. and
    the Public Health authorities had been
    severe no meat for public consumption
    would have been allowed from the Market.
    The decision to build a new abattoir has not
    come too soon and it is to be hoped that
    the Government will not only build a new
    slaughter house with adequate modern
    equipment but that the existing relation
    between the abattoir and the Public
    Mortuary will be ended soon.
    | With all due deference to the Colonial
    Office Official’s observations it must be
    admitted however that under the present
    regulations in Barbados the most modern
    abattoir at the Public Market can only be
    in the nature of a show window so long as
    the present regulations governing the ki!l-
    ing of stock and the marketing of meat
    continue.

    These meat incpection regulations only
    apply to the City of Bridgetown.

    Official slaughterhouses outside the City
    limits, where qualified inspectors would be
    detailed to examine the meat, would have
    to be established if the entire population is
    to be protected against d diseases.

    REVIVAL

    are

    WITHIN the last couple of months
    Britain has shown a decided revival in
    sport. The standard in Britain in certain

    forms of sport had touched a new low level

    after the war and therefore it is encourag-

    ing to find that a come-back is being staged.

    She is again top of the world in rowing,
    thanks to the magnificent Cambridge
    University crew which crossed the Atlantic
    to administer a severe drubbing to rival
    American crews. And at Henley this week
    British crews gained the laurels chiefly
    through the skill of Cambridge College
    crews over all comers.

    In the racing world British horses have
    made up much of the ground lost and have
    at last regained a stage where they appear
    to be more than a match for the French
    invasion.

    After suffering defeats at the hands of
    the Australians and the West Indies and
    struggling with India and New Zealand,
    England has produced some new talent in
    her Test team against South Africa which
    should help her to build up a test cricket
    team for the future capable of taking on
    any country on equal terms.

    At Wimbledon this year there were faint
    signs of a revival in English Tennis but it
    will be many a year before England can
    field players like the Dohertys and Mrs.
    Lambert Chambers who were outstanding
    in the days when lawn tennis had not yet
    developed into the terrifically fast and
    scientific game that it is to-day. Fred
    Perry was the last of the really great Eng-
    lish men players and Britain is still looking
    for a woman player of the calibre of Miss
    K. McKane who won the championship
    way back in the 20’s.

    In the Boxing Ring there is the same slow
    but steady recovery of British boxers
    crowned this week by the amazing defeat
    of Sugar Ray Robinson by Randolph Tur-
    pin who has won for Britain the Middie-
    weight championship of the world, a title
    not held by Britain for sixty years. It is
    true that Turpin’s parents hail from British
    Guiana, but Randolph was born in England
    and has lived all his life in Britain. Two
    West Indians domiciled in England, Mc-
    Donald Bailey and Wint have done much
    to help Britain to regain much of_ her
    prestige on the running track.

    Even though there has been a falling
    off in the standard of British Association
    Football, or rather a more rapid improve-
    ment in continental and South American
    teams, taken all in all, British sport is now
    definitely on the upgrade, and as soon as
    rationing is a thing of the past there is

    every indication that Britain will once
    again occupy the proud position in sport
    that she did in the early years of the

    century.



    Henry Stanley by adoption,



    year-old Richard

    adopted
    marriage the explorer
    boy

    The Boy Who Bears |

    BARBADOS ADVOCATE



    Qne Of The World's
    Greatest Names

    when seventeen-
    Morton Stanley

    NEXT

    year





    Richard is the grandson of Sir
    himself was an
    After a childless
    adopted a
    Denzil

    Sir Henry

    child.
    who

    is today Major

    Morton Stanley.



    Major Stanley in turn adopted
    Richard 11 years after marrying.

    A Poor Man’s Son

    THE romantic story of the three
    adopted heirs begins with the birth
    in 1841 of John Rowlands, son of
    a poor grazier of Denbigh, Wales.

    John Rowlands became the ex-
    plorer. His father died when he
    was two weeks old and at the age
    of six the boy was sent to a work-
    house, here he suffered for nine
    years idee a brutal master.

    At 18, after shipping to America
    as a cabin boy, he was befriended
    by Henry Stanley, a cotton broker.
    Rowlands took his name, and he
    never forgot the American’s kind-
    ness.

    In 1890, when he
    ternational fame under
    of Stanley, he married beautiful
    Dorothy Tennant in Westminster
    Abbey. They settled at Furze Hill,
    near Pirbright, Surrey

    Adopted Baby

    of the

    had won in-
    the name

    HERE part nine-acre

    gardens was laid out to represent °

    Stanley's African journeys. Most
    of the 14 rooms of the mansion
    were filled with his treasures,

    Earnestly he longed for a son to
    carry on the name he had made so
    famous,

    But no child was
    So he adopted a

    born to him,
    baby boy—as

    The Other Persian

    NEW YORK.

    LIGHT, dark-haired Nasrollah

    Entezam, president of the
    United National General Assem-
    bly, is a man who confesses that
    he likes “to be alone.”

    But in the past few days—and
    perhaps for weeks to come—Ente-
    zam will have little chance, In the
    whirlwind of
    United Nations headquarters, he
    is charged with the task of bring-
    ing to a climax UNO’s negotiations
    with Russia and to end the Korean
    conflict.



    He is probably the quietest pre-
    sident of the Assembly that UNO
    has yet produced. He lacks the
    brilliance of Belgium’s Paul Henri
    Spank, the flamboyance of Austra-
    lia’s Herbert Evatt.

    But he has an impressive ability
    to keep the volubility of delegates
    to a minimum and to maintain a
    cracking pace unheard. of in the
    meeting places of diplomats

    Even Rus Jacob Malik, who
    is known for his delaying tactics,
    is reported to have great respect
    for Entezam’s ability to get things
    done,





    He always speaks in an even
    voice—whether using his native
    Persian, a faultless French or
    slightly accented English. He has
    complained more than once that
    personal attacks “are not in keep-
    ing with the dignity of the United
    Nations.”

    His grooming has a_ perfection
    that seems indestructible, but he
    claims that replacements for his
    excellent wardrobe are ordered en
    masse “I do not like to change a
    tailor or a barber. I am too lazy
    to explain twice the same thing.

    He has a narrow face dominated
    by a bright smile, large brown
    eyes and a hawk nose that he ridi-




    tune

    High Sheriff for

    conferences at -

    By SIDNEY RODIN







    At his death Stanley left a for-
    of £136,000.



    age

    Send j

    ‘Herbert. HERBERT
    Por MES) ye i
    RE nA. RRR

    The adopted son went to Eton
    and Sandhurst, served in the first
    World War with the 14th Hussars.

    Later as Major Stanley, he did
    notable public work in Surrey,
    and was rewarded by the King in
    1946 with the appointment as
    the country.

    Memories

    IN 1922 he married Miss Helen
    Kirk. Together they have main-
    tained Furze Hill as the explorer
    would have wished.

    While his country gets em-
    broiled with Britain, Mr, En-
    tezam tries to settle another
    conflict on the other side of
    the world,

    though it were of de Ber-
    gerac proportions
    “TL will tell you everything about
    me in one sentence,” he once said
    in an attempt to ward off an inter-
    view. “I am a bachelor. I am 60,
    and I have a very small nose.”

    3orn in Teheran, Entezam was
    the third of five children in a fam-
    ily

    He hates
    private life as
    away from all publicity.
    appointments he can
    upon to break are
    newspapermen,

    Entezam received degrees in
    political science and law at the
    Universities of Teheran and Paris
    and entered the Ministry of For-
    eign Affairs at the age of 18.

    cules as

    questions about his
    much as he shies
    The only
    be relied
    those with



    By the time he was 30 he had
    Served as secretary to the Persian
    Legations in Puris, Warsaw and
    London

    In 1942 he was appointed to the
    “Arabian Nights” post of Grand
    Master of Ceremonies at the Im-
    perial Palace of the Shah of Persia,
    “Tt was an ironical thing,” he com-
    mented later, “for a man who
    hated ceremony to be master of
    ceremonies.”
    latef he

    Four years was ordered



    to San Francisco to attend the
    birth of the United Nations, He
    has remained identified with it
    ever since.

    “I have no more ambitions,” he
    says now. “What has happened
    has been too much already. I never
    fought to get anything. That is

    true.”

    BENE Number 14 |

    as powerful an inspiration

    But once again no child was

    born to the Stanleys, and in 1934

    Jeaves Eton to » es w caer he had himself been adopted—and they adopted the baby whom they
    Serviceman, a are name Wis named him Denzil Morton Stan- renamed Richard Morton Stanley
    inspire him. lt has inspired him ), -the boy Who will soon leave
    all his ee Sir H Shortly before Stanley died in Eton °
    It is the name of Sir Henry 19094 he wrote in his diary: “May ‘
    | Morton Stanley, the explorer who ;,, grow to noble manhood and His boyhood, too, has been spent
    found Livingstone and did more g.tve God zealously.” at.the house that teems with the
    than any other man to open Up Little Denait Stanley played in Memories of a great personality,
    Africa the African garden at Pirbright 4! who knoW him shy he loves
    Schoolboy and explorer are) the rivulet they named. the Furze Hill very dearly,
    linked by one of the most remark- Congo, thriller ‘ys by the as- , © environment influence a’
    able chains of coincidence known Cvsaic' ana cannibal shields that boy as strongly as heredity? Car
    in any illustrious family. hung on the mansion walls. reverence for a great man prové

    as a
    blood tie?

    Mr. O. Van Oss, Richard’s tutor
    at Eton, told me; “ I am certain
    the boy is inspired by Stanley’:
    achievements just as much as boys
    from notable families— and there
    are very many here—are inspirec
    by the honours won by their blood
    ancestors.

    “After his Army service, Rich-
    ard is due to study science at
    Cembridse. He should do well.”

    A Clue
    HOW Major Denzil Stanley o7
    how Richard in his time was

    chosen for their splendid heritage,
    I do not know.

    But perhaps a clue is given by
    Lady Stanley, the explorer’s wife,
    when she said that the sole reason
    her husband wrote his~ auto-
    biography was to encourage poor
    boys everywhere to make a career
    for themselves.

    She also wrote of her husband.
    “A boy of intense and passionate

    feelings, the longings for home
    love, friends and encouragemen
    at times amounted to pain.

    natural blessing:
    he received ne

    “Yet all these
    were denied him;
    affection from parents, no shelte
    of home, no kindness or helt
    of friends excepting his adoptec
    father, who died soon after be-
    friending the lonely boy.”

    An urgent force impelling Stan-
    ley to make good was his ever-
    burning desire to ‘obliterate the!
    stigma of pauperism which had
    been branded into his very soul”
    by his years in the workhouse,

    —L.E.S.

    |
    a
    |
    |

    .

    But he adds, “If this assembly
    succeeds it will be the main thing
    in my life.”

    Sleepless

    He is so busy at the United Na-
    tions that someone once observed
    that romance would have to be
    listed on the agenda there to gain

    his consideration.
    “I can never answer when I am

    asked why I am not married,” he
    said. “But let’s say as a joke I
    am too young.”

    Sufferer from insomnia, Ente-
    zam reads such authors as Mau-
    rois, Zweig and Maugham until he

    feels sufficiently exhausted to
    sleep.
    He goes to movies alone and

    often walks in on a film that he
    has seen once or twice before. He
    can’t remember titles. Unfortun-
    ately he doesn’t have the same |
    difficulty with plots. “It wouldn’t
    be so bad if I had a bad memory
    for both,” he says sadly.

    Unlike most diplomats, Entezam;,
    is not in love with the sound of
    his own voice. He once proposed
    that delegates to the United Na-j
    tions should be compelled to listen!
    to their own orations.

    The Best Speech

    He still recalls the day that New
    Zealand's Sir Carl Berendsen ex-
    pressed his country’s views in two
    succinct sentences. “It was_ the
    best speech I ever heard, Many
    have taken hours to say less,” he
    said.

    Asked if he was optimistic about
    the future, he warned: “You
    should never be a pessimist. Ss

    5 Benesch ieee



    cause aS soon as you are you lose

    courage.”
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    Suspicion, they used to say two
    years ago was what was wrong with
    the people in Barbados. You don’t say,
    as my North American friends cutely
    put it. I find that suspicion is no special
    characteristic of this little island. I was
    telling a stranger something about the
    island the other day. He didn’t believe a
    word I said. Why should he doubt me?
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    By a curious coincidence each
    of the three letters comprising the
    word Bim are initial letters of the
    three major obstacles which have

    to be surmounted by all writers. oe vine what grimace to
    These major obstacles are bom- Medioe ita) is informed by a
    bast, insincerity and mediocrity. bright sense of bluff

    They are to be found in large And Democracy a convenient
    measure in the latest publication attitude for many.

    of Bim (Volume IV, Number 14). Studenis whom the huge city
    Fortunately they are recognised has shorn of glamour — ;

    by at least one contributor to the Divorced from their status by



    publication. In a Birthday Poem, a defect of colour
    George W. Lamming writes: Find consolation in Saturday
    iad i j P nights
    Nothing is changed in the With eloquent white whores
    news that reaches me here that dance:
    Papers continue to. print the Or at: nightfall over their new
    impossible, and rumours-teles habit of tea
    grap, aie Argue with an eclephant’s lack
    Whtitever falls within the of intelligence 7
    sense’s gauge Our cul » must be spelt with
    Young poets are decorated wit! a West Indian C.”

    foreign approval

    For precoctous statements in a This is not the kind of writing







    borrowed language, that wins popularity but it com-
    Fashionable women whom pels attention for its sincerity, its
    comfort couldn't bless with clearness and its simplicity. Com-
    _sense pere it witht Geoffrey Drayton in
    Still flock to applaud lectures Kevisiting Barbados. “Absolute
    by, men f - silence is white, snow-white, soft
    W ho t 4 a Sots eer or the and smoth A seream would lie
    _ Sound of Mew vores, across like a splash of blood—
    Corruption is keen; time throbs es ”

    : c but vithout' permanence. A
    With the ache of the proud knowledge of language certainly
    and the sensitive like you KNOW IEEE ang) s

    but how often have we not seen
    that kind of writing ad nauseam
    in Joyee, D. H. Lawrence, Dos
    a multitude of mod-

    Who angrily wade through the
    vacuum

    Forever afloat with oily seas,

    Passos




    While politicians posing in- and
    credible paunches erns,
    > ; ste nacical 7)
    eee ee rarer ee Revisiting . Barbados provokes
    Fit the incompetent into jobs vitention to the cardinal sin of the
    najority of West Indian writers
    Life is similar in (what so ntrospection, There is little to be
    call) the Mother Country 1uined from what been vul-
    Where our people wear pro- rly called “gaz own on your
    fessions like a hat oe tion.” “T
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    BY GEORGE HUNTE

    Campbell is a poem that suggests
    affinity with the mainstream of
    poetry,—the world’s poetry. The
    reproduction of John Harrison's
    Art in the Caribbean (a B.B.C.
    broadcast) was worthwhile, be-
    cause John Harrison has some-
    thing to say and says it well. His
    review of The Traveller’s Tree
    by Patrick Leigh Fermor must
    also be read, Other reviews which
    are unsigned or have initials can-
    not possibly interest more than a
    few readers. There is no doubt
    that Bim is serving a purpose in
    the Caribbean, but there is no
    doubt that it could be more pro-

    cortect answer to this uncalled for
    piece of autobiography from a
    youth is “other people have” or
    “keep trying old man, the end is
    not yet”.

    When we read E. McG. Keane
    on the contribution of the West
    Indian to Literature, we are face
    to face with bombast, the kind of
    bombast which is evident when
    people say: “The contribution of
    the Trinidad steel band is the
    greatest contribution to the world

    of musie that this century has fitably edited if the bias were
    seen,” jess on quantity and more on
    We are asked to consider rele- Guality.

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    W.1. Radio does little or nothing Even the technically well writ-

    to put over W.I. writing to the ten Mark Learns Another Lesson
    oy Frank Collymore would be

    W.[. public,” a sentence of a
    certain rugged charm but devoid
    of any pertinent application to
    writing. We are asked to confine
    ourselves to a very brief qualita-
    tive survey of the last thirty or
    forty years but when we have
    had’ it we must still agree with
    Henry Swanzy when he savs, “By
    all that has gone before it is clear

    more at home in the Comber-
    merian than in a literary maga-
    zine. Hugh Popham’s “Selene”
    hardly seems to merit publication.
    Derek Walcott’s “The North Coast
    at Night” does not appear up to
    the standard which he has unde-
    niably established already. There
    are far too many stories and not
    even Karl Sealy, whose writing

    that whether rightly or wrongly, is known to the newspaper pub-
    I do not think that there is as lic, appears to be at his pest
    vet ‘any clear sign of a definite » SRO st.

    Edgar Mittelholzer’s conversation
    piece is competently written.

    If West Indian writers were to
    concentrate a little less on won-
    dering about their contribution to
    literature and a little more on
    combating the evils of bombast,
    insincerity and mediocrity, there

    West Indian literature.”

    If there was, we the readers
    would know about it. There is
    certainly every encouragement be-
    ing given, and writers like Edgar
    Mittelholzer show that where
    there is ability there is always an



    utlet would be greater scope for the
    But Bim has improved. critic At present the editorial
    There is an excellent illustrated ball-pointed pen is too little used.
    le on the Bridgetown Player:
    Liisa «Ac Bim", Vol. IV, No. 14, Price 2/-
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    The “special” class is a feature
    of modern school organisation
    everywhere, arising from public
    acceptance of responsibility for
    the education of “all the people
    In this connection, it will be of
    interest to note that previous to
    the introduction of age-grouping,
    60% of the pupils were to be
    found in the Junior Departments
    of the Schools and only 20% in
    the Senior Departments,

    The conclusion must be that

    a large number of children end-
    ed their school life without
    benefiting from the fuller school
    experiences that were suited to
    their age, since the formal les-
    sons they received were adapt-
    ed to pupils much younger,
    though of higher potentialities,
    than themselves.

    Today the proportion in the
    Junior Department has fallen
    and that in the Senior Depart-
    ment has risen to 48% and
    21% respectively. Th the
    pupils whose educational expe-
    rience was formerly limited to
    that suited for the Junior De-
    partments of schools, now enjoy
    a fuller school experience more
    consistent with their age, and
    get the opportunity, denied un-
    der the the old organisation, to
    discover and develop their spe-
    cial interests and aptitudes.
    So far as equipment is con-

    cerned, large orders have already
    been placed and the shortages
    from Which the schools suffered
    during the war years are being
    steadily made good.

    While in some schools large
    classes are still found, the staffing
    position has greatly improved and
    will improve further as the gap
    between enrolment and attendance

















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    result of the ir ised accommo-
    dation and the amenities that are
    now being provided
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    TURTLES ARE IN

    Most of the fiying fis boats
    have been hauled up and the
    turtle season has begun. A tur-
    tle dealer said yesterday that he
    had bought about a dozen turtle
    trom fishermen during He
    had two in his yard yesterday,
    which he said he would kill on
    Sunday

    “People like turtle he
    said. “I cannot let it known
    generally I have a turtl else-
    wise I get more than I
    can supply with mee

    When this dealer sells the
    meat, he puts by the shell to
    cure. “I then scraj and polish
    it. Some shells I sell whole and
    others I make in toys and orna-
    ments.”

    Only two weeks ago he sold
    ene nearly four feet in cireum-
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    jsollar Crisis Faces
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    idian loan, both of *h call
    for first repayments at the ena ol
    the yeai
    re
    Waiver
    On De Zist, 1951, Brit-
    loar he S. will be
    500,000 « 37,000,000
    i interest, and nce of
    $51,500,000, cap! But
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    has not been planted, planters ar

    still trying to get in their quota of



    this crop.

    Some of them said that they are
    p and p 1 by the comparatively
    few tractors available in the island
    for ploughing
    : The young plant cane crop is
    nowever in good condition but
    there are a number of fields of
    ratoons which have a yellow ap-
    pearance and ore only now re-

    ceiving their application of nitro-
    gen.

    At
    rop

    Haggatt’s,
    linished at

    St. Andrgw, the
    the end of June.

    Overhauling Machinery

    Mr. W. A. Harris, the Faciory
    Manager, Said that they are now
    pulling down their macninery fis
    overhauling and repairing. "This
    year, the machinery worked well
    throughout the crop. The factory
    was only held up during the last
    six weeks due to insufficiency of
    canes for grinding purposes, —

    t River Plantation, St. Philip,
    S. G. Ward said that they



    Mr.

    , finished their crop two weeks ago

    ind are now ploughing the field in

    for the planting of

    1 ground provisions

    At Warners, Christ Church, Mr
    G. C. Ward said that they finished
    their crop about a month ago. Al-
    though they were held up a little
    by rain during the reaping season,

    yet it did not interfere with the
    crop.

    They are now applying fertilizers
    to the 1952 crop, but have already

    planted a small quantity of yams
    in thrown-out fields and are
    aan a tractor to prepare the
    field

    Showers Needed

    “This year we had a good rain-
    fall and could not complain. This
    month, however, has been prac-
    tically dry and some showers are
    badly needed in my district
    these will help the young crop
    considerably”, he said.

    Mr. B. H. V. Outram, Manager
    of Lancaster, St. James, d that
    his young crop is)looking very well,
    on account of the late crop,
    they.are very backward in culti-
    vation for vegetables.

    During the last crop, they had
    many delays due to rain and break-
    downs at the factory, but in spite
    of those, they had the biggest crop
    ever reaped at Lancaster.
    Hanson, St. George, they
    just finished supplying arti-
    ficial manure to the ground. Thev
    e very backward this year with
    regird to ground provisions due to
    the reaping, season and the early
    rains, but they still have planted
    six acres of yams and five acres of
    black eye peas.

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    cl ay omen

    Jackie Grant
    Warns W.I.
    Oricketer
    F PORT-OF-SPAIN,

    Note of warning that the West
    Indian team would be up against
    a tough bowling side that would
    give nothing away, but be always
    on the offensive was sounded in
    Trinidad by Mr. G. C. Jackie
    Grant who led the W.I. team to
    victory in the last Test Match of
    the 1931 tour “Down Under.” Mr
    Grant now on a month’s vacation
    is Principal of Adams College in
    South Africa. While conceding
    that the present side had a wealth
    of batting talent, as well as the
    advantage of spin bowling, he re-
    gretted as one of its weaknesses
    he absence of fast bowlers of the
    calibre of Martindale, John, Con-
    stantine and Griffith.

    “T have not seen a West Indian
    Test cricket since 1935” he said,
    “but have followed it through the
    Press and Radio. I have no hesi-
    tation in saying that the present
    side is better than any I have been
    privileged to captain. “On the
    form shown by our players during

    the visit of the M.C.C. to the
    West Indies in 1947—48, the West
    Indices visit to India in 1948—49,

    and then the English tour in 1950,

    it will be very surprising if they
    did not do well,” But, Mr, Grant
    had a word of warning about! the

    Australian bowling. He observed
    I think the West Indies will find
    that the Australians have the best
    bowling sid@ in any country. they
    rely on n@ one bowler, but they
    have at least.five who are capable
    of bowling the best team oltt. |

    would like to stress,” he. con-
    tinued they will be up against
    bowlers who will give nothing
    away For instance, the Atstra-



    lians had one of the world’s best
    fast bowlers, Bill Johnston, there

    was also Lindwall, Miller recog-
    nised as one of the outstanding
    bowlers—and then Davidson and
    then Ian Johnson Each had a

    different style in bowling and they
    were always attacking

    “Making runs against the Aus-
    tralians therefore would be the
    severest test.”





    Lumber Comes

    Two ships brought approxi-
    mately 370,300 feet of lumber to
    3arbados yesterday. The Saguenay
    Terminals’ Sunwhit brought about
    370,000 feet of rough pine from
    Halifax while the schooner Rain-
    bow M. brought 300 feet of cedar

    from Trinidad
    Almost’ every berth in the
    Inner Basin of the Careenage was

    congested with lumber. Schooner

    captains were finding it difficult to
    berths for their vessels to dis-
    their cargoes.

    » Sumwhit also brought 1,275
    bags of scratch grain and 18 bags







    of stor batterie from
    Mon l Other cargo of the
    Rainbow M. included 200 drum
    f kir 1, 100 cylinder

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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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    DISAPPEARING



    PICTURE SHOWS workmen engaged in dismantling the gallery at James A. Lynch's building, Me-

    Grego: Street.

    id Not Throw
    Explosive
    Substance





    Israel Layne a fisherman of
    Maxwell Hill, Christ Church, was
    lischarged by His Honour the

    Chief Justice Sir Allan Ccllymore
    the Court of Grand Sessions
    yesterday when a jury found him
    not guilty of throwing explosive
    substance in a house with intent

    at
    at



    to do some bodily harm on April
    1.

    Mr. D. H. L. Ward appeared tor
    Layne while Mr. W. W. Reece
    K.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted
    for the Crown

    First witness called for the
    yrosecution was Mr. J. B. Robin-
    son Acting Government Analyst

    who said that on April 7 a green
    carpet was brought to him with
    metal attached. He examined the
    carpet and found a hole in it and

    The building is ninety-three years

    old and was once a hotel.

    Overhanging Galleries
    Leave Bridgetown

    ANOTHER GALLERY is leaving the City.
    it is the one belonging to Messrs. James

    _Ltd., of McGregor Street.
    16,175 TONS OF
    SUGAR SHIPPED

    The Motor vessel Canadian
    Constructor began loading a ship-
    ment of 5,800 tons of sugar at
    Speightstown for St. John and
    Montreal yesterday. She anchor-
    ed at Speightstown on Thursday
    everne

    From 6 a.m. yesterday, Speights

    town’s harbour was teeming with
    activity. Lightermen from the City

    were arriving by buses and getting

    straight to work. Bond workers,
    wharf workers and board-of-ship
    laboure



    . some of whom were
    ‘ sdge was ¢ e a im .
    se fare we | ve A trail’ 9 from Speightstown—were astir
    He assumed that the hole was a and schooners ee
    caused by a detonator by means “08s ide the jetties at Speights-
    of a length cf fuse. To prove his town and Six Men's receiving
    ithe f 2 "7 “ sugar from trolleys which were

    assumption he exploded a_ deton-

    running to and from the bonds.

    ator which confirmed his suspic-
    160) Messrs R. & G. Challenor ari
    Report Made shipping 3,250 tons of sugar anc
    Cpl. Reuben Hurdle said that Messrs Plantations Ltd., 2,250
    on April 1 Beryl! Welch came to tons. All the sugar being shipped



    the Oistin Station and made a
    report and he went with her about
    9.45 p.m. to Maxwell Hill and
    there saw Layn

    He was told that Layne threw
    dynamite into a house Layne
    lenied it.

    Beryl Welch showed him a

    green carpet which he carried to
    ihe Gevernment Actg. Analyst.

    Police Constable Pilgrim told
    the court that on April 1 about
    10.30 p.m. he went to Maxwell
    Hill to the house of Beryl Welch
    and found Cpl. Hurdle taking a
    statement,

    He went
    end found a
    eight inches
    burnt and
    particles. A
    floor was burnt
    hole in it.

    To Mr. Ward: Pilgrim sa‘'d that
    the house has two rooms. Pieces
    of metal were found in the sitting
    room.

    Bery! Welch said that she lives
    at Maxwell Hill with Layne. On
    April 1 she received a telephone
    message at Windsor Hotel where
    she works.

    She went home and found that
    some of the things in the. house
    were damaged. She saw Layne
    who appeared to be drunk

    room
    about

    was
    small
    cn the

    was a

    sitting
    of fuse
    which

    into the
    piece
    long
    two other
    green carpet
    ind there

    Explosion
    About ten minutes
    got home she heard an



    and called Cpl, Hurdle and later
    the Police came. for the carpet.
    She could not say whether the
    carpet had a hole.

    Layne still lives with her and
    they “get on well.” Both of us
    have been living together for 26
    years and have six children.

    Elong Ingram said that Layne

    was with him on April 1 and he
    did not see him ,throw any ex-
    plosive stuff,



    Guilty Of Larcenty

    Griffith, maid at
    the General Hospital who lives
    at King Street, St. Michael, was
    fined $19.20 to be paid by instal-
    ments or two months’ imprison-
    ment with hard labour by a Cit)
    Police Magistrate who found her
    guilty of larceny.

    Griffith stole a quantity of
    ds valued at $1.26, the pro-
    rty of the Governor-in-Execu-
    ive Committee from the Genera)
    lospital on July 7.

    Winifred

    a









    She was arrested by Harboui
    Police Constable Gill after in-
    vestigations into the matter were
    carried out.

    Three people gave evidence fo
    the prosecution.

    \
    Jatlte 1 a
    Guilty Of Throwing
    . “ .
    Corrosive Fluid

    Louise Walkes was found guil-j
    ty of throwing corrosive fluid with
    intent on Hughson Chase on
    March 8 at the Court of Grand!
    Sessions yesterday

    His Honour the Chief Justice
    Sir Allan Collymore postponed
    sentence

    Mr. W. W
    icitor General,
    the Crown

    STORMY WEATHER

    Schooner Rainbow M. wa
    struck t quall after squall when]

    Reece, K.C.,
    prosecuted

    Sol-
    for





    frem Six Men's is taken to the
    ship by schooner.

    The Constructor is the fourth
    ship to call at Speightstown thi

    crop. When the Constructor sails
    for Canada. a total of 16,175 tons
    of sugar will have heen shippee

    from Speightstown this year.



    Twelve Months For
    \ttempted Murder

    Allan Blunt and Hilda Ifill were

    each sentenced to 12 months’ im-
    prisonment by His Honour the
    Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore

    at the Court of Grand Sessions
    yesterday for attempted murder.

    Both of them pleaded xuilty
    of the offence, His Honour told
    Blunt that the offence of attempt-
    ed murder was a_ serious one

    Certain people have spoken in his

    favour but he must control his
    temper,

    David Forde pleaded guilty of
    housebreaking and larceny ana
    was put on probation for 18
    months, Probaticg: Officer H, Wal-
    cott told the court that Forde i
    19 years old and was convicted
    for stealing fowls. He comes,

    however, from a respectable fan
    ly.

    St, Clair Foster who was
    guilty





    by a jury of buggery was

    This time
    A. Uynch & Co.,,

    This business was established in
    1859 but the building is believed

    to be over 100 years’ old. It was
    frst used, it is said, as a hotel.
    The work of taking down tht
    gallery has been going on f

    Hout two weeks.

    With the establishment of nev
    buildings in the City, gallerie
    seem to be going out of fachic
    but there still remain *a large

    number

    In McGregor Street where the
    allery of Lynch's building is be-
    ing taken down, there remain five
    ethers, and in Broad Street about
    six

    There has been little change in
    the structure of buildings in Tudor
    Street and Baxters Road however,
    and almost every building has a
    gallery, There must be some 50
    of them.



    MERCHANT
    WILL PAY £5



    A line was yesterday im-
    posed on R. D, N. Maxwell of
    Tudor Street by the judges of
    the Assistant Court of Appeal,
    Mr. G. L. Taylor and Mr, J, W.
    B. Chenery, Maxwell was found
    guilty of selling wholesale price
    regulated goods on January 15
    without showing on the bill the
    maximum retail price at which
    the purchaser could sell

    Police Mogistrate, Mr, G. B
    Griffith before whom the case
    was heard in the Lower Court,
    had fined Maxwell 15 shillings.

    Edward Evans, Chief Price

    Control Inspector, prosecuted the
    case, The person to whom Maxwell
    old the goods—Red Rose tea, was
    Isolene Weatherhead, «a shop-
    keeper of Kew Road.





    Ihree Unload Cargo

    Three
    eamships are
    cargo from the
    ent and Canada

    It is the first time that
    ships of this line have been dis-
    charging cargo at Barbados to-
    gether. The ships are S.S, Sunavis

    Saguenay Terminals’
    n port unloading
    U.K., the Contin-

    three

    (Capt. McLeod), S.S. Sunwhit
    (Capt. Amon) and SS. Sunray
    (Capt. Gardiner).

    The Sunray which arrived this

    morning, brought 1,000 tons of
    fertilizer, general cargo and mail
    from the U.K. The Sunavis and
    Sunwhit arrived on Thursday and
    vesterday respectively

    Here To-day







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    who appeared for Foster, inform- ter of Transport, Ottawa, Mr.
    ed the court that there wa > Johnson, a Senior Engineer on the;
    previous conviction against his staff of Trans-Canada Airlines,
    client, will arrive in Barbados on Sat-

    His Honour told Foster that urday, the 14th of July, for con- |
    people must be saved from ultation regarding the condition ;

    ruption.

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    Ye 65 6GSODS SCD FO OO SISSIES SEG POSS GOGO DIOOE

    Bridgetown

    Yesterday morning at 10.39
    clock the market was alive with
    the squeals of pigs and the bar-

    zaining voices of butchers and
    speculators

    Bargaining goes on on a bushy
    pot of land, below the stalls,
    vaoere the animals are put up

    after they are sold
    At this spot, one regularly hears
    “I asked you to sell me

    this one

    first, Bill,” When a butcher and
    peculator have agreed on the
    buying and selling of an animal

    they get him weighed.

    ithe animals walk unwillingly
    They have to,be pushed out of
    the carts, be half dragged, and
    almost lifted into the scales. The
    seep like to stay close to each
    cther

    “When we look over a sheep,”
    aid a butcher yesterday, “we
    prefer the ones whose bellies are

    not filled, as that only adds weight
    Waich the animal does not really
    pcssess,”

    Theugh the animals are starvec

    before killing, the pigs do not
    keep as much noise in their stal
    as one would expect from hung!
    pigs That may be because the
    are usually about a dozen in one

    stall,



    Y "Y .
    Fortune Telling
    Judge G. L. Taylor and Judge
    J. W. B. Chenery agreed with a
    cecision of Mr. C. W. L. Walwyn,
    Police Magistrate. and dismissed
    without prejudice a case the police
    brought against St. Aubyn Cook
    of Suttle Street, charging him of
    pretending to tell fortunes
    Cook’s agent who wanted a
    more complete dismissal, had ap-

    pealed against the Police Magis-
    rate’s decision Mr, E. W. Bar-
    row represented Cook

    Policewoman Olga Clarke who
    was doing duty on Suttle Street
    yn January 8 at 7 o'clock when
    the offence was committed, was
    he chief witness

    the said that a man who said his
    nace was Harold Lynch carried
    he- to the house where Cook was
    Lynch knocked and Cook opened
    the door, Lynch told Cook that he
    used to feel very hot at night and
    ‘ould not sleep, Cook invited

    n to sit around a table
    “He then went into a part of the
    room which was screened off and

    th

    returned with a glass in which
    was a lighted wick, floating on
    some liquid,” she said He also
    brought with him a_ piece of
    paper

    He put the lamp on the table
    and told the man to watch the

    lamp and write his name on the
    piece of paper Lynch wrote his
    name and Cook took up the piece
    of paper and carried it behind the
    sereen,
    Cards and Glass

    When he came back, Lyneh told
    him he wanted his fortune told
    Cook said it would cost two shil-
    lings and again went behind the
    screen, This time he brought out
    two packs of cards and a glass
    He spread out six picture cards
    on the table and told the man to
    choose two of them Behind
    one the man chose was the pic-
    ture of a serpent and Cook told
    Lynch that that was why people
    were grudging him for his job

    At this point P.C: 476 Conliffe
    whe was also on duty on Suttle
    Street and had been waiting out-
    side the house, went into the

    oom

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    14, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE AGE

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    +186 cents Sundays 24 words — evr 24/
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    REAL ESTATE vord on Sundays. } HURRIC , sweater
    — . conenenstlitiinsie-e-eilitimn | Cc: WARNINGS BARBADOS EVENING’ INSTITUTE “

    The charge for announcements 0! ri eee ne ik HOUSES sby tifi s | :
    pine: “Sen See ee ANNOUNCEMENTS Sik derieh VALLE © Skea a. ee | av Anedbnee EAU Rees coinin t Vina It is hereby notified that on the approach of storms, visual warn-| (1) GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF “
    edgments, and in’ Memoriatn notices, $3 | xem | 2EXt to Hotel Royal. All modern conye.|Greens Lane. "3° Bedrooms, Drawing | "S* 45 described below will be displayed at the folowing places | LONDON ‘*
    $:.50 on week-days and $1.80 on Sundays] HOLIDAY RESORTS—Grenada—tsle of | “ences pection by arrangement. Dial! Room Electric Light and Water Apply Public Buildings |A. Advanced level 3
    for any number of words up to 50, and| Spices. SANTA MARIA—loveliest hotel | *!°! 1 al within 14751 —In Office of the Harbour aad Shipping Mast : iach S ‘ 4 A .
    3 cents per word on week-days and| i Ca-ibbean. Rates trom $7.00 per head | —— cetera ie ee eae ame : ot ere ae Highgate Signal Station pping Master. __ Evening Classes preparing students for certain subjects in this
    4 cents per word on Sundays for each | per GRAND HOTEL—in best resi- If you are interested in buying a} PEDROO} Two (2) large cool bed- | E & 5 e Signal Station Examination, on a two year course, will be held from September
    additional word. dentia district unicr Government House | "©me whether small or large, in the|Tooms ct Bei Air (furnished or unfur- | a Pek ese. } 1951.

    1H. Rates fron 99 per head per day. | “UNtry or town; a bee - tt das nished). Dial 3643 13,7.51-—2n | South Point Lighthouse. | lacnes r . nnaace : ‘ Sat
    For Births, Marriage or mighennena} SEASIDE IN On Grand Anse Bathing | °¥S!"ess place ora ca eahastan. or a ; = — Harrison Point Wiatithoued | uk aheee claaets replace those preparing to: Intermediate Arts. “Only
    announcements in Carib Calling the! Beach. Rates from $4.00 per head per | look at my list which "e FURNISHED ro gust 1s y ‘ ae Ut. Jeonen hose intending to qualify themselves to proceeding to a Londor B.A.
    P Pp is too ext EL From August = Ist. | Mount Standfast, St. James y $
    charge is $3.00 for any number of words] day. Enquiries to D. M, Slinge:, Grenada. | 1 Pp ace here? I have exactly what you} ‘Clifvvune” Garden Gap, Worthing Crane Hotel, St.’ Phili a jpearee end who have, slvsedy, hy way of Tendon Matrewlelds or
    up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each 26.6.51—78n. | Want . bedrooms, garage, telephone etc. For | Hackleton's ‘Clift St eK h Credits in a School Certificate, passed in the subjects required at
    additional wo-d. Terms cash. Phone 2508, —-—~—-—— D'Arcy A, Scott, Magazine Lane.| Particulars Dial 4304 between 8 a.m. and : mae ee SORT, Ordinary Level, are eligible.
    between 8.30 und 4 p.m., 3113 for Death Dial—3743 13.78 an.) 1% aan, 30.6.51—t.f.n. | Golden Ridge, St. George. | N.B.—By taking 3 subjects, chosen according to London Uni
    Notices only after 4 p.m. LOST & FOUND nm peeaeaes a meetin f St. Lucy’s Church. sity Repalations aan taeda ak ee aah eke eee
    c HOUSE SPOTS—At Amity Lodge. | _ROSE-MONT HOUSE, Near Massiah St. | District “B” Police Station. tics ralations, and taken at one and the same expmjing-
    Water, light; Roads being constructed. | St. John. Possession on August Ist. | District “C” Police Station | toh, shidenta uno aleady have the required quminceiony
    DIED LOST pes service at entrance Apply to Nor ie re o approval of the} District “D” Police Station | at the equivalent of Ordinary level, may simultaneously
    Ss eyne, “Fairways Worthing | Tenant pplyto L. Barrow (next istri \. achieve Matriculation and exemption fre I ate
    Phone 8164. 51-—_sn_ | door) 2.7-51--6n | District “E” i | <7. : 4 = ption from Intermediate
    HOPKINS: The Rev. Father W. E.| One GOLD WATCH made by Hamp- tae et “District nw reer Arts.
    Hopkins, on July 13, 1951 at John's} den Watsh Co. with sola chain ateactied You can purchase St. Elmo at Max.|. "ROOSEVELT" aanieait Coaat Belleplaine Polic a _ . | _. The subjects offered’ are English, Latin, Maths, and
    Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, N.D..| All persons are warned against rece.ving | ®€4 Road tor cash or on terms, or ii| Read. 3 Bedrooms with running water I . e Station. | either Spanish or French or History, according to the num-
    54. ee | or buying said watch. Reward paid | ¥0Ur house is too small and you want | im, each Fully furnished including | . Cautionary Warning | ber of applications received from properly qualified per- ivi
    cha? arion Hopkins through Advocate Co., Ltd., on return- | Te room you can exchange. It stands|PMeidaire, Telephone ete. Available} (1) Visual (a) by day—One red flag with black square cent sons ; 5 .
    oe 18.7. 51—8n | 0 Bar Sais and ‘has 4 bedrooms, Re Pee eS eee ee an (b) by night—One red light eer cae me ae Ordinary Level
    te eae — — — an ook it over. Fot leachitasid 9 ; >, 1, 5 - e : ’ = . : :
    : | bs i Particulars see DyArcy A. Scott, Maga | pom mrrencer r—— | (2) Audible--(a) Plantation and Church bells will be rung rapidly, . There are a few vacancies in the Senior and Junior Classes now
    THANKS } GOVERNMENT NOTICE zine Lane 18.7.51—gn, | ,, THE CAMP—On the-GEa. St. Lawrence. | at frequent intervals for a period of a quarter of | being held at Harrison College preparing for examinations im June
    eer aaa Reese (b) a ie : | tates ee — 1953 respectively. he subjects offered are English,
    ———$_—_____—— a E , , " " 2 j S ” = le ie > ‘ a . ~ .
    We the undemigned «with: to A well established Chemical Manutags} “UNFURNISHED MODERN RESIDE] Wert 1 re own at Central, Brittons Hill | tin, Maths, rench or Spanish, History or Geography. (The niim-
    ikst one. Wekion uparetintin tos turing Business of long standing, wih | ON! RNISHED MODERN RESIDENCE | orthing, Boarded Hall, and District “E” Police | et of vacancies in English, Latin, and Maths is very small.)
    those who came, sent cards, andj CONSTITUTION SWAMP AND | £004 local and expor Interesting | Convenience “Siyated Top. eae tome | Stations for one minute, three times, with an in- | Prospective applicants at both levels may obtain further informa-
    nants Gone oe Ge CONSTITUTION RIVER prngtionily and etme al purchaser | Cool) for viewing. Apply: Ralph A. terval of half a minute between blasts, This will| tion and advice from either: —
    recta ag: Ppa Re eg as Pat a ge tere cansetae te Pe | Beard, Harewood ADley. Phone 4683 | _ be repeated every quarter of an hour for an hour. | (a) The Principal, Department of Education, preferably be-
    aint mer wae _All persons who have placed or| working processes: Brewing of | After hours 8569 14 7 51 --In I. Hurricane Warning tween 10.00 a.m, and 12.30 p.m, on Saturday mornings (Telephone WS
    Randolph Fieid. (Father). Audrey riela [ Caused to be placed any matter Stout and Porter, Compounding — of a enamot es). Visual (a) by day—Two red flags with black square centres | 2989.)
    (Mother), Albertha Green (Aunt) |or thing in or on the Constitution Rais aetna erie ait types oe WANTED hoisted one above the other. | or (b) R. C. Springer, Esq., M.A., Dean of Academic Studies
    1.5 rr ¢ ¢ " * ‘ » Li s d various Toile 3 + 4 4 “4 x ” . : x a oy
    14.7.51~in|Swamp and all persons owning| Preparations. | Vines: Proprishy Mett-| iseintekues Tokabod semeks } (b) by night—Two red lights hoisted one above the | — , Government Hill, St. Michael, (Telephone 2783.)
    jany matter or thing placed or|cines etc., etc. Steck in Trade at cost | 9g cents Cimdeue Sh toowhs tt Ae i. : other. be 1 applicants must obtain from the office of the Department of
    IN MEMORIAM jlying in or_on the Constitution | Price. Reasons for selling: Retirement, | words 3 cents a word week—4 cents ¢ | (2) Audible—(a) Plantation and Church bells will be rung rapidly | Pducation application Forms, which must be filled in and forwarded
    |Swamp or Constitution River are] Ying fer Burope. For further partieu~ | word om Sundays. | and continuously over a period of a quarter of an |\.? the Dean of Academic Studies, the Barbados Evening Institute, at
    euuitedita Wemaua aneho wniee a. yogi nae 5 im Bridge | hour. \ the office of the Department not la er than Saturday, 21st July, 1951.
    . p ee: 207 or a ntme . ‘ s . - ; od
    DA COSTA—In fond memory of our|or thing by the 15th of July, 1951 mpe'b.1.51—$n HELP (b) Two rockets or maroons will be fired’ from /the each ose RE sha euatoees ae ie cake tat eee
    darling elder son Captain Darnley| and no person may place any mat- 2 caeinintiehebile. comtageces a COOK-—Competent Cook. General Ap | Harbour Police Station and, if possible, from Dis-|©@ch subject which the applicant wishes to take, but these forms
    os Costa Who died in Burma July ter or thing in or on the Consti AUCTION 14751. | trict Police Stations. | shone be Sreereas sogeener in a single envelope. Applicants should
    . Or 2 r : se = - mention whether they wish to be admitted at Ordinary or Advanced
    His ever sorrowing Father and|tution Swamp i i Sate en STENOGRAPH Ww - evel—. ; aa a's -
    ae a es Sear davan gy yg Ae Rafe a gray ~ Tt. All Clear Le vs —they cannot apply for some subjects at Ordinary and others
    er lei Lae Se Te = 115th of due te tie Seth ce hte, Under The Diamuod Hammer us Street--Salary according to expe. | (1) Visual — Flags or lights will be hauled down. at Advanced Level, ; ; z
    SMITH—In loving memory of our dear | 20) Of re . e 1 0 o- rience and ability. Apply in writing in | (2) Audible—Sirens will be blown continuously for three minutes. _ The exact compliance with these requirements is regarded as a a
    fat ier isbes 3M Smuitn who fell asleep ean an Cae —— a BY instructions from Mrs. Worrell 1 the frst instance. __(18.4.61—-3n In addition to the above warnings: — Son af ae and failure én this matter may prejudice the admis-
    tied flak the Sivek Gnee feém vue tes ee mis Nol ll set! her entire lot of housthold| sTENOGRAP & TYPIST for our | (1) The Police will warn parochial authorities isolated | * PpMcants,
    homes Pe loved ones from our! will be lable to proceedings under|frniture at her. residence Bank Ha‘! | ofice Seman tie’ setts GET oor | districts asta mre and isolated | 5)" COMMERCIAL AND TECHNICAL
    ; 3 ? opposite the xy Theatre : ‘oa 2 = * t « « seer od . | fi ott
    gn never irom our jhearts ‘ an Pad of the Department Of Gnuseday coer the THR Tier TSEC ae gusting experiente. Good salary offered. | (2) Reports will be made over Barbados Rediffusion, Ltd. at | No applications can yet be received for entry to these Classes.
    ne ah ae mee he Transport Act,| 1 ccicek. The sale includes One| Building, Broad Street, Bridgetown. | hourly or half hourly intervals at a quarter past every /!t will be publicly announced in the Press when it becomes possi-
    Mitehel, Davie aes ea ogee . Piano, Mahog. sitting, arm and mortis } ‘ oh 8) hour or at a quarter past and a quarter to every hour as ble to recruit new classes,
    ; id, A. Shi (Grane ’ 12.7, $1—6n F 1
    children), Pearl” Walcott” rnece) CE ee ae eR a rrr cereal the case may ‘be, (3) “COUNTRY CLASSES
    biniigsnctanelabdme aia ' olding chairs, Mahog . a » » . . “te will ; * 5 ‘
    14.7.51-—1n ——-———————--| Waggon and. tables. larder a ieee DEAREHO Ds {BED (3) aan we be broadcast at hourly or half hourly ie | ee for men and women will be also held in the country
    ease soupireniery —— aido ron bedstead y & Vacancy exinw sor & Helis ess | vals, as will be announced from the Barbados Regiment | i! the following centres: — ;
    MORRISON—In loving memo f eran | DY | Manag Previous. éxptrience ; ’ arbados | :
    pay Sintec tibcces 7, tentelcon ene FOR SALE Greasit € table, n ent chair, MOL, Loutativier” Sk Geataueaniacree hotetn aed transmitter at the Garrison at a quarter past every hour | St. John’s Mixed School, St. John;
    Med bn ay 4th, 1060 n tables and presses, ij similar experience is desirable e or at a quarter past and a quarter to every hour as the | Mt. Tabor Mixed School, St hn;
    Minin che Tithe ware. leben Selenelia wes aaa si perience is desirable. Appli ) . x chool, St. John
    Stas Gites Cummi M C t 96 cents Musidaue aa cacrdet os ocas oe Bihar items +66 Tiaeene Mere 5 Bane ene media ea ee ue eee me POY be. Frequency 5.40 megacycles. Speightstown Boys’ School, St Peter

    . Gladys mmins, Miss Constance Ter as giving details of previous experience ond | : y ni = ’ a
    Veer (aatien George W. Morrison, wre Sundees SOONG MR: COREE: Ep RUTINE SAE D'ARCY A. SCOTT and enclosing copies of testimonials ‘and ae MA rem hy Leontine tee weikent manne

    etroit) ren) 14.7,.51—-1n t ae a recent passport size photograph, and | -—-—— | ot, s s ool, " eorge;

    _ Auctioneer. | should be addressed to Messrs, Da Costa Hol i , i
    i ! a s essrs, Da a | y Trinity Boys’ School, St, Philip;
    51—Sn . | ’ ’ ¥ ’
    & Co, Ltd, P.O, Box 103, Bridgetown.” The Alley i
    GOVERNMENT NOTICE | Avromomve “ SHIPPING NOTICES 1.00 soos:
    3.7.51—6n 5 : ‘ .
    N | Prospective pupils may obtain particulars from the Supervisor
    ' ‘ ~ | : - 5 .
    PUBLIC NOTICES MISCELLANEOUS | | of the Centre in which they are interested
    - 7 , at ! mee 4 | aw ,
    wCAR—Willys; Good “Tyres; In gooa| Ten cents per agate tine on week-days | One LIQUOR LICENSE, ‘Harold Prov- | MONTREAL, AUSIMALIA, = === , | Department of Education,
    TERMINATION OF THE £TATE| Niles, Saiters St. George, "| Mintnum charge p80. on’ weeks | et Mah Street NEW ZEALAND TINE, LIMITED. | 20th June, 1951, 24.6.51—2n.
    . ists . * e. himinum charge 50 on week-days 12.7.51—3n | (M.A.N.Z.) } — » aan eee wa en ne —-
    OF WAR WITH GERMANY 14.7.51—1n, | and $1.80 on Sundays —_—— si sata |
    ! i 7.8 4 i — — ~ |. &S8. “ARABIA" 4 scheduled to sail a bee” will ac t cargo {
    ——— aces 3 ANTED TO BUY | from Melbourne 12th June, Brisb a ae ane parca |
    It is notified that the formal ea caaan 1946 Chevrolet Car, in very . _OLD SEWING MACHINE out. of use. | June, Port. Alma. 28th ‘June, Savane | at ee ntniat. eave” ane % oe Sees
    state of War with Germany is| Apply L Ae, Chae eee tins hee a8 NOTICE ean priogs paid AR 1p bits Vaughn, | fuly | 4th, arriving Trinidad end July, St ‘Kitts Sailing Friday 13th \3 \(
    * ? . - ’ . P aire a Streets a vie 2 . ‘ >
    terminated as from 3 p.m. today] James Street. Phone 3757. 14 7.51—1 We beg to notify our friends and cus nd Probyn: Streets. | amd. Barbados early August. instant. 4 +
    (GMT), the 9th day of July, 1951.] ~cxn™o Someta atee Sn eee tomers, that we will be Sila i inet ADEs Pere S.S, “FORT FAIRY" is scheduled to | li % res i Stoe Ss
    ’ . , I CAR— ie . ‘siete cil tae sail ffom Hobart late June, North Queens- “ ” |
    janet t ae instructions of His| park ene arimeneeeretamenct | "We wil comean on, - Wasncedas. ut EDUCATIONAL fant id Suis, Brisbane end duly, Ryans cargo" and asengers. for St. t ; i
    ajesty’s Principal Secretary of FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD August. Wm. D. RICHARDS & Son,| ———— Satiy) AUSUat, Sopnausne ad Amst, ‘ 7 Pas- i us eceived os
    ‘ < ian. sempre. heath tei 3 Lucia, Grenada and Aruba, Pas » rr yey 7 7 }
    Sta ered Telephone 4504. 7: Mc Greg 3 © aya arriving at Trinidad mid September, . . 2 ont. ome 3 aw
    ——. 43 eg Affairs, the 14.7,51—6n | Me Gregor St. City, 14. 7.91 —2n ALLEYNE SCHOOL rie ‘anckaiad con ‘thtoue Se ot sengers ny, for Bt, Vincent i Office cdiien Gavel. Kae tale “
    Kingdom High Commis-| CARS—Hiliman Saloon, first licensed ha : | ENTRANCE EXAMINATION, _ |hard frozen cargo, Malling ?r ; THE MONEY SAVING WAY PARK DAVIS PALATOL COMP: =
    sioner in Germany addressed a] February 1951. Low Mileage condition as NOTICE There will be an Entrance E In addition to general cargo these , ‘ 4 PARK DAVIS PALATOL PLAIN es
    communication to the Federal new Also Higiman s Wagan feat QUEEN'S COLLEGE OLD GIRLS’ pee 2 Monday 20th July at 9.30 am vores neve apipeseesk for one ne B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERS Miiohss Vanities Diaaae PARK DAVIS LIVIBRON “a
    a ‘ . icense pr (a 5 low mil SSOCIATION or New upils neg for ranshipment a” rinidad | ON INC, } : 3 id . = f 5 r —
    Government of Germany in the Apply: Ralphtal Head Prone ent Queen's College Old Girls will hold Applications must be made in writing | to British Guiana, Leeward and Wind- ASSOCIATI 1 eee Bedsteads, with Style to PARK ae me on
    following terms: 8569 nt Shan. | their Annual re-union on Tuesday, July|to the Headmaster and must be accom- | ward Islands, Telephone 4047. Se Pea lee a ane Ai ee =
    His Majesty’s Government in] cana wag Re —" | 17th at 5p m.. at Queen's College’ Will] benied by a Birth or Baptisinal Cectifi- For further particulars apply-— faving Hons Soe DODD PILLS - =
    tat , ees : : 1947 Ford Prefect. 34,370 miles. | 4!l members please try to attend There , cate and a Testimonial of Good Condyet : . | > , horns n - ;
    the United Kingdom, bearing in] tyres, coachwork, engine. upholster’, ali | Will be a Netball match between Present | from the last School of aiataantes | FURNESS, WITHY & CO. LTD., ” oor re Cabinets, Waggons DR en oi is +o
    ae — yr 3rd September, in good condition. To be seen at Cour- | Day and Old Is 147 51 —2n Closing date for receiving applications ee ADVERTISE | SiNbR Canine hee eens : Dh. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD "
    a state of war was notifiea, tesY Garage 12,7. 51—3n will be 28rd July | Wt. and Rush Chaire. rag ian ; : ;
    " ‘ ' . = ‘ " . | tush Chairs—Desks in plain YEASTVITE TAB ed
    with the German Reich —<— a sennereeenennni NOTICE There is a ant Foundation Scholar- | es and maho 1 De i " - LETS .
    9 acti settefac, CAR; 1937 Chevrolet in good order e Ship tenable at the Alleyne School, | DA COSTA & CO. LTD in the anata 4 ganiea al, and hard- MUM
    that active hostilities were] Apply to Springer, Rock Hall, St, Andrew. PARISH. OF BT. PRTER Applications must be made in writing to | BARBADOS ms oe Chairs—Rope Mats $1.08 ANALGESIC BALM

    — ~ the pect =o 11.7.51—1n | Applications for one or more vacant oe Se and must be accom | BW. ADV OCATE

    garding the surrender of the jenna Vest Exhit wor ees | panied by Birth Certificates and Testi cdicciaiiiieaiiaia:

    German Sith idvied"on'the 8ti CARS—Vauxhall 14/6 in perfect con- acta ws th ee ocala iy we ides monials. Applicants must present sthem- | a

    J e ss oth) dition new tyres, paint etc. Also Vaux-| signed up to July 26th 1981. under | selves for examination at the School on } ~. CARLTON BROWNE

    une, 1945, but nevertheless the] ball 12 (Wyvern) in good shape, Apply Candidateg must be children of Parish- | Monday July 30tn at 9.30 a.m *

    formal state of war with Ger-| Barbados Agencies. Ring 4908. foners In. staltened” civcumatancog any | Closing date for receiving appiientions 0 $ " ¥ Wholesale & Retail Druggist

    many has continued to subsist 10.7.51--6n | must be bet awee DET aad; {9 will be Monday 23rd July | 7 Bae

    zi 7 4 ee ‘ a ——_— —_—_—— — 4 ae D. C. CUMBERBATCH, SPRY STREEY. DIAL 4060 146 Roebuck St, Dial 2418

    so far as Municipality Law of} CARS—1950 Morris Minor 10,000 Miles e haatibatiose must. be forwarded Headmaster. |

    the United Kingdom is concern-| 1950 Morris Oxford 9,000 Miles. Like] q birth certificate, forms may be obtained | 23.1914 Gns. |

    ed, and will so continue until Tlcad tae ee Pah ie ars Low | at the Parochial Treasurer's Office during

    appropriate action is taken by| in vey goed poo sigga hoy Reon pag office hours, an Examination will be held WANTED NEW YORK SERVICE i.

    H.M. Government to terminate] Royal. A bargain. Fort Royal Garage | “* ‘"® “*noo! on July fath at 10.9 mm QUEEN'S COLMEOE BARBADOS, |s.S. “SEABREEZE” sails 8th June Auived Detacie jon dulye ir, .

    es teks. : ; Led. Telephone 4504. 6.7.51—6n. 7 Vestry Clerk Government Aided Secondary Day | A STEAMER sails 29th June sid ves ee es : ‘

    5 hrough . circumstances} “y ener eee neem er | 19.7, 61-40 pohael Foot aiekn leer ers pig —_—_———— \
    beyond German control it has Water inte CLAM tor Deltas oie ‘nla taasenermeesnnemseasnsnsiccleerene eepintineimintenviesteiie Required for January, —1952—Senio NEW ORLEANS SERVICE t nam tH

    as yet proved impossible to con-| pool Both new For further particulars PROFESSIONAL NOTICE History Mistress to organise the Himotyi) 3 ALCOA POLARIS” sails 13th June Arrives Bariaton Sie arty ti | You have a HOUSE FOR SALE

    a f hin " < sar 7 . 4A This is to infor satients and ,| 0 e@ School up to Open University 8 8, ALCOA ROAMER” sails 27th June rrives arba 4 o |

    clude a Treaty which would| “PP!y: Ralph A Beard, or phone 4088. | tic that inform amy Patients and the | ccnolarship standard. First or Second| §.$, ALCOA PATRIOT” sails 11th July Arrives Barbados 27th July, 1961, ‘ 26 mm

    147.51 —2n 1b et US find a Buyer

    dispose of questions arising out : a closed from July 9th and will be reopened | C!a88 History Honours essential; Teaching or mae _—— | =f . € y

    of the state of war with the on July 28rd Pinions and Sepecstics deestes | CANADIAN SERVICE | .

    German Reich, have determined ELECTRICAz Dr H.. HUNT. Sroiee SLPS abot a tenaate) | SUL J |

    ; ve d ’ psig, | Honours $(1,584 x 72—2,304 x 120-2,784) | SOUTHBOUND |
    that, without prejudice to the SNe ee ne A tS "| ber annum. An additional salary of $216 | Name of Ship Sails Montreal Sails Halifax Arrives B'dos i
    Occupation Statute, or to the es eset a aa . | per annum will be given to a Mistress |
    us : One NORGE REFRIGERATOR, 6 cubit PROFESSIONAL NOTICE who has a Teaching Diploma “ALCOA PEGASUS June 27th June 29th July 9th | 2 2
    decision of questions the settle-| (t. open type unit, to be seen at_Red- nety office will be closed for the annual Superscale salary for high qualifin-| sas “ALCOA PURITAN" July 26th July 9th July 19th | You wish to BUY A HOUSE
    ment of which must await the] ™an & Taylors Garage 12.7,.51—3n Paeeay en the oe ae and opened on tions and good experience $(2,880 x 120--| 5s. ALCOA PENNANT" July 20th July 23rd August 2nd |
    * s —— = . bn np Sere a y i hose persons who | 9.840 lus $216 per é : Fi t > i. a i ‘

    conclusion of a Treaty, the for-| PHHLCO REFRIGERATOR: 9% cubic | have ul here pleare call. in. and| {oa Mistress who. har @. Teaching | NORTHBOUND Let US find it for YOU

    af oe , war ae the) ft. Full width freezing chamber. Brand | collect same before the 7th. July. * Diplo. Position on this scale will start| «% “ALCOA PARTNER" due July 13th — sails tor st. Lawrence :

    nitec ingdom an ermany] ew unit. Reconditioned throughout, H. HARCOURT-CARTER. at the Sétlon, | 4 River Ports. |

    shall be immediately termin-| â„¢8Y be inspected at Leo Yard, Cheap- Ophthalmic Ontiec The passage will be paid out to Bar | ae |

    ated. Boa Bie H. OL, sett Sree bados, but not the return passage, Tho | * These vessels have limited passenger accammodation, - ie

    A notification is, therefore, be- > : aay! carl appointment is for three years, with she | —— |
    se at 2 ’ . ss 7 option of joining the permanent staff — YORK AND GULF SERVICE. |
    ing published that the formal state BADIO™{6-tube: Philips Battery Radio ASSOCIATION after that, when a term’s leave on full KOBERT THOM LTD. NEW ANADIAN SERVICE F é
    of war with Germany has termin-| “4 @ wind charger prly to the > AGENDA pay will be granted after five years’ APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—C V.A.

    y t manager of Ruby St. Philip of special general Meeting to be held at} service, but unfortunately leave passages
    fn eae on the 14.1.51-—2n. | Combermere School Hall Roebuck Street, not paid : gen EL LN | Hardwood Alley i ’Phone 4683
    ay 0 uly, Dh. "hn war A Men nea ; on Saturday, 14th July, 1981, at 1.30 p.m Applications, with copies of recent . ;

    His Majesty's Government in Piaacr br at > REFRIGERATOR—7 Cu. 1 pee. by Mr K u w testimonials, should be forwarded, not t My — _ =
    the United iingdont irust wunerve 5-239. Sey Shiota Economist of the Tnatitute on reial |jater than 31st July, 1961, to the Acting K ¢ |< APPLE PPL PLE 3 =

    ‘ foe he ’ onomic evar Headmistress of Queen's College ° \4 ) >
    Sa ene UT le caninel’ te] REPEAT. Rarer al Gnaaee.| Geactnnt Tere Ome nanos, BW si—2n. | Ht |X x
    s | . i , — 2 .. ne on —_ — . »
    : : adi ; | Electrolux 3c. ft. Apply S. G. WARD, There will be a short Break pr .
    virtue of Trading with the Enemy . ; a? a ee WANTED | 1% e x

    * ; ‘ : * | Rices St. Philip. 14.7.51—3n 2. Minvtes ef last General Meeting e 1 >
    legislation or in the custody of any 3. Aud tee 5ON © cGF : OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM .

    gs stod) yy . uditors Report HARRISON COLLEGE, BARBADOS t 1 Sy ‘a
    prize court but they desire to re- REFRIGERATOR— One Superfex oil] 4. Proves marks by President BW fl >) ) :
    call that under that legislation no burning Refrigerator. In perfect work- 5. General iness eside REQUIRED: If possible in JANUARY | Webel Fron haaden Due 1s A Vacancy exists with the National Cash Register Com- %

    = “ eas ing order. Apply Miss Johnson, Cana-| Please be in your seats early 1952 | esse * snts . j i j | ¥
    ee a been placed sirice'l wine Bank af Cammeares. 10.08 i ks sate: A GRADUATE. to teach PHYSICS up| = Berveies 1h pany’s Agents for an Apprentice Mechanic. Applications are x a
    29.3.49 in the way of the resump- General ‘Secretary to OPEN SCHOLARSHIP STANDAT |S.S, “TRADER . Liverpool 7th July 22nd July | invited from individuals between the ages of 19 and 22, who % s
    tion of full commercial and finan- LIVESTUULK 12.7.81—2n |. SALARY: This ia by annual incre-|S-S- “EXPLORER” .. —., London ith July 28rd July | ssess the following attributes: Education fo School Certificat ee
    cial dealings between persons in ie “WN TRE ASSISTANT COURT D7 | ments of £30 to a maximum of £000. In|S.S, “STUDENT” .. — .. London tite muly ‘ Seem-daly | R) bomen The seeewing site bubesr eee er ertificate =
    the United Kingdom and persons}, COW: One young Cow fresh in milk, 7 " OF APPEAL addition £45 per annum will be paid for|S.S, “ADVISER” Ve .» Glasgow 12th July 25th July & Standard; mechanical aptitude; initiative personality, The suc- % ‘
    in Germany or of the acquisition |*? Pints dally. Apply Panwa rece Re: The Workmen's Compensation Act, Sete EXEENSES: ae ontoe S.5. “NOVELIST” .. . London 23rd July 6th Aug. % cessful applicant will be required to undergo a three to six: by
    of property not then subject to eee a Set eee g 148 ot exceeding 2900 will be paid against |5-S. “SPEAKER” —.. ., Liverpool 25th July 8th Aug. | x ; : cc a
    control, and this position “will HORSE—Suitable for Riding, Driving or uance is hereby given that Carl Reid ppropriate vouchers, Up to the present enone neermennniasnaatinaceindaiseeesiacetttig — ——. ean ee | % months probationary period in Barbados, followed by a similar ~ 4 ce
    remain unaltered. seh cee is wis Bui Gied as a result St an’ injury sustainna | 02 passdge money je available for leave HOM“ WARD FOR TH UNITED KINGDOM % period in training in Trinidad. Salary during the periods .of “2

    ppiy: Manager, River, § pili * . may o turn ” ‘ les't : ”

    Contracts concluded before the . Cn aE ae ¥ an Whee eae as a Laboratory “The post is pensionable under the Bar- Closes in % probation and training will be between $45.00 and $70.00 per —%&. 2
    war between persons in the United |} ———_____| mnie, now a eo Arbor Factory, | yados Teachers’ Pension Act. No contri- | Vessel For Barbados > 3 : , x
    Kingdom and persons in Germany| ,PUPPIRS—5 Cocker Spaniel Puppies |}, Ee ed heen eer has} putions are payable, but the minimum |s.S_ “SCULPTOR” Liverpool 16th July | month depending on the age and experience of the individual *
    will also remain subject to Trad-| sy9, °"¢ White) Pedigree Stock. Biome! ALL the denendants of the said Carl Serrlarn Cnienk, 1s deucred Bb qualifying | 5:S. “TRIBESMAN - London 19th July ~ Apply in writing only, giving full particulars, and submitting %& -
    ing with the Enemy legislation, Reid (deceased) are hereby required to! | caer the English Teachers’ Superannu- | S.S. TRATEGIST” . Greenock 24th July 12? Sos , par ; * aa elae -

    & g . ae 2 ‘

    b ac “onclud 4 MISCEL’ i appear at the Assistant Court of Appeal | ation Act. saeaneneninsenthenoerennrnesitets ———— veee a Passport Photograph to The National Cash Register Co's. %&

    ut contracts concluded on or S LLANEOUS on Wednesday the 18th day of July,|“ \f{ARRISON COLLEGE is a day Gram-| For further information apply te -- - , ee ‘ y
    after 29,3.49 have been in the|——————— 1951, at 10 o'clock, a.m mar School of 580 taking the O. & C | pply x R Agents, c/o T, Geddes Grant, Ltd,, Bolton Lane 2
    same position as contracts con- iit ee rks RULER Pacth Dated this 14th day eae General Certificate and working to Open DA COSTA & Cco.. LTD.—Agents 1.7.51—8n .
    cluded with persons in any] >; a a x! , Scholarship standard, It has a Six x

    | peste Boxes. Within a short while you Acting Clerk, A.C_A ic ’ 00 and . sented the | . .
    friendly country and no obstacles| may be the winner of one of the follow- : NS RST dele ae Oe acc hvdtieas BODORL.. See oe = = PPP PLL LAE
    have been or will be raised in| i"#!—_ 1st Prize $50.00, 2nd Prize $15.00, | ————____---_— — - -| APPLICATIONS together with TWO SS = 0)
    connexion with them by reason of | %° Prize $9.00. aoa NOTICE RECENT TESTIMONIALS, the NAME ;

    5 oe ee fe = = —_—_——_—_-———_——_ OF TWO REFEREES, A PHOTOGR/ aby
    the fact that a tor mal state of war neue POWDERED FULL CREAM) Applications are invited for the post of | and A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE stating oe tf
    has previously existed , between |M#-K--Supreme quolity and only $4 aide ianlat »* | fitness for service in a tropical climate,
    r Assistant Nurse at St. Lucy's Almshouse ( 1 \ 1
    r per 5-tb tin and $1.00 per 1-Ib tin b ail J.C HAM {
    the United Kingdom and Germany. | Beh oe ang oe your grocer| Mt @ Salary of $60.00 per month. Uniforms | Should be sent by wma’ to oe a TON ‘|
    11.7,51—2n. | or Drug Store and try the best | ¢e.. and quarters provided. Applicants (, EGE, } f ce 3 HOT Da. |
    , ; " ae COLLEGE, BARBADOS, BWI, to| '
    SUT wateiben is. Tae Poe ay meee ee nia ee eee NOT LATER than 8th September, | or @ y |
    << tor really economical. Insist on “Farm” for - ‘ 1951 14 7 51.—2n |
    a a The successful candidate must com-
    (ere ee eee aed the sake of your health and your pocket. : stichelilapinaicisieh Usindcanistseitin ageing — CORPN. LTD.
    7 2229, | Mence duties on the 25th. August 1951 | be
    10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH BS TEE CE PROS wep Fe oe ss. Applications will be received by me a | i 1 T
    os : x ci “| to Saturday 4th, August 195) e ile
    MAS" Two 30ft. aerial Masts pvit | OSWALD L DEANS, a ,
    ef h gauge copper onire Apply | or Poor Law ha. ei DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 5 4
    1 Only Set of 2 Volumes:— A neh, tregor Street. — | 7 etn mi AND TRANSPORT NOI ICE
    4 , 14,7.51—3n 14.7. 51--6n : \ )
    KEMPES ENGINEERS’ a Bice Paar 1 -Bi—se | Closing of Villa Road, Ladies! See our ,
    YEAR BOOK 1950 to 1951 RECORDS Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing | r : 2 ft Britton's wi |
    and we will order for you if we| estry Ve- HeCHOn As ftYom Monday, 16th Jul; | I ry I
    ¥ + haven't got it in stock. A. Barnes & Co . . AS on 7% $.© Y
    r ,
    SORENSON S BTASIONED*. ue. Ran sMert £9 PARISH OF ST. GEORGE 1951, Villa Road, pesons Bilt atest Styles ANNUAL AUDIT
    “TT : a a ——| I hereby give to all persons} from the corner o vaynes Gap)
    MIRRORS CUT TO ORDER SPRING CUSHION UNITS FOR UP-| quiy qualified to at an election of | to the junction of Upper Collymore | .
    HOLSTERERS:—Ready packed in Burlap | Vestrymen for the parish of St George | Jun PE : NEW SHIPMENTS i ‘ bs aiid ‘
    at (Bag), each contains 42 Springs (6 rows | that I have appointed St. George's Vestry | Rock, will be closed to throussh | | A LL PERSONS having ACCOUNTS against
    = 7 each) Dimensions 18 2 21", Limited | Roorn as the place where all such per-| traffic until further notice for the} |
    JOHNSON’S HARDWARE uantity avatlable. Apply immediately |sons may meet on Monday the 23rd day) nurpose of laying a water main. |
    to:— The Standard Agency (B’dos) Co.,| of July 195 Aween the hours of 10 anal’ pose of laying % a oe i are wes be good
    ena : 114 Swan Street, Phone 3620. SE veloc te the morning tc. elect wee | —14.7.51—2n.,% JUST OPENED this Corporation are requested to be g
    5 10.7.51—6n | Vestrymen for the parish of St. George ee } .
    FOO F FFF OF FF FE t T rE ‘
    POSES S OSS err oe gg cen n the places of Me S$. Robinso BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT | . : enough to send them in, made up to the
    STS NTIES; Superfine djand C ¢ 3 n ; > : - ~
    aie 4:9 Bele ee ee aaa Ter eens eee ee Anne : AND EMIGRATION also a wide selection ss _) ib!
    8 E L L £ RN Gi? : wear oF Gift packets in Beautiful Envel-| Parochial Trea | The Bureau of Employment and 30th OF JUNE as soon as possib e :
    opes set » Swan Street St. Ge Emigration will be re-opened for +
    7.51— 7 $1 --2n eon r mete : { ‘ 7
    WE ARE BUYERS a ic) ier sao ot eM ee oes — jregistration and renewals from of Hosiery, Cleaners . o
    WELDING MATERIALS- Electrodes} | Monday next the 16th July, 1951.) ~ + 7 an 1 =
    g We buy anything connected in ee 8 . Hees ce also eae NOTICE This office will be open to the! 4,3 d P li h | THE BARBADOS ELEC TRAIC ES
    e % steel an ux for cetylene welding. | j : 3 Mei dates es. » ~
    g with STAMPS. Sheets, Sin- Enquire Auto Tyre Company, Trafal-| ceaied Tercder arked on tt ieee ae Fi peaen an ous : ary, > eo repr DR AVION LTD. 9
    % le Ste s, Collections, Ac- X& | #4" 2nd Spry Streets Phone—2696 | welcome, ‘Ruesdae > for’ To . en-| between the hours of 9.00 a.t SUPE Ly oO 4 4 e
    & Fe EEA a a hae ne x 30.7.51-—t.f.n. | ceived at my office up to tne }and 3.00 p.m. ,

    * cumulations and COVED, | ot) a as T love \ : sasiar C19 ‘
    oad bad at thew. &| MATCHES — A” new "assortment ofl the Parisi eae i IR eo g ending a R. B. FRANCIS, M.LE.E., A.M.LC.E. { ;
    @ Good prices Paid a Ne— % | Ladies’ 9 ct Gold 15 Jewel wrist Watches. | Interest not exceeding 4% t ste eae ? PERSE VES { }
    ore. bes or se cs App! e a CLAPKF. J ler, No 12) be repaid in three equal ir of | their registration . Any domestic } Acting Manager. }

    & Caribbean Stamp Society x James Str | £100 each, commenc n the ofjwho has a reference from ar () ))) 5 !
    y . - | October 1952 ver ‘ 2 ‘ os

    § 3rd Floor, No. 10, Swar o| wa 8 le ee a ere | ernployer asked to brit 1) ty 12.7.51. ’

    7 | Good MAYHEW C ong 4h t

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    PAGE EIGHT



    a Paws

    MDNR A SNR lh ETON ee

    Test Games At Lords
    Leave Out Old Trafford

    By Johe MacAdam

    LONDON.

    ONE OF THE QDDER PHENOMENA of the British

    sporting scene is the addiction to Old Trafford as a venue

    for Test matches Test matches that often don’t get fin
    ished, or if they do, get finished in one unsatisfactor:
    manner or another

    It is time somebody in the higher realms of cricket
    upped and made a move to throw Manchester out of the
    ericket curriculum.

    rae _ — Foc that matter, they might
    E mal a move to get Nottingham

    ae cut of it, too, for obviously that
    feather-bed of a wicket at Trent

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    thing more exacting than

    b lliards.
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    game, ancl it
    re apparent that

    national summer
    becomes more and

    its great mo-





    “avitt: Now
    For Davis Cup

    (By FRANK ROSTRON)

    New Wimbledon champion Dick
    Savitt headed the great annual
    tennis exodus by flying from Lon-
    don to play in the U.S. clay court
    champion starting in Chicago.

    Savitt told me: “My main pre-
    occupation now is to make
    Davis Cup team to play against
    Japan in a couple of weeks’ time.”

    Savitt added with naively under-
    stated modesty: “I think my Wim-
    bledon win will help me to get a
    place,”

    It certainly will, Master Savitt,
    and, by the look of things, Aus-
    tralia will find it a much bigger-
    than-anticipated problem to
    prevent the holder of the Wim-
    bledon and Australian titles
    proving the deciding factor in
    the regaining of the Cup

    Next Target

    The new and jhighly popular
    triple Wimbledon title-holder Miss
    Doris Hart to Birmingham
    this morning with her women's
    doubles ghampionship partner

    goes

    reents should be enacted excius- Shirley Fry to play in the Edgbas-
    ively at the headquarters of the ton tournament,
    game, Then she returns to London fo:
    Lord's is the place for all Test a four-day shopping expedition
    imatches--end an end to all this “to see the Festival, to go to a
    ily business of taking touring show or two, and do all the things
    sides all over the country to play a girl can’t do when ghe is con-
    them. centrating on winning Wimble-’
    Write Them Off don. :
    Neither Nottingham nor Man- No planes this time. | She sails
    chester (to say nothing of the ‘9° New York On Friday week
    Oval) can supply these conditions !% the Queen Elizabeth for a few
    for a fair test of cricket and the “@ys’ rest at sea.
    sooner they are written off in the . Then she plays at Orange, New
    international sense the better. Jersey, in the doubles only, then
    All the fans have had hunce t@ the tournament at Essex Massa-
    to see the touring side against chusetts, on to Boston with Shirley
    county teams in i between the Fry for the national doubles
    ALFRED VALENTINE Tests. Those who want to see oer ee followed by the
    them also in Test conditions will ign Pet Ses
    “VALENTINE” LEAVES make the trip to London and see She is the fourth player to win
    (From Our Own Cocrespondent) them under the best conditions, ll three titles. The others are
    KINGSTON, July 10. Suzanne Lenglen, Alice Marble,

    : I : You don’t have the Derby run
    Alfred Valentine leaves
    island by plane on August 31 for race for the Diamond Sculls at

    the at Manchester or Plumpton, or the

    and Louise Brough.
    And now my snapshot summary

    Panama where he will join the Lowestoft, or the Cup Final at of this topsy-turvy 1951 Wimble-

    S.S. Akaroa, bearing the other Accrington, or the All-England ©. Main feature: unparallelec

    West Indies players from the Lawn Tennis Championships at (loseness in ability of the first 12

    Southern Caribbean. Kirkintilloch. men, making one afternoon’s form
    They will proceed to New These events all have their the decider,

    Zealand, then on to Sidney, Aus- special significance in the sporting

    tralia.

    B.G. Lifter For

    calendar and venue exclusive
    themselves. It is time that cricke
    stayed at home for big matches
    and home is Lord’s,

    More than that, there should be



    to
    “t post-war years

    (Painful lesson: No visible’ pro-
    gress by British players after six
    Our girls par-

    ticularly depressing because none

    cf them can serve hard enough to
    , initiate an attack. A little less
    style and more hitting seems the

    W ‘Id G: ha an aa of this business of the rainedy
    or yames att it ints te a sath of cricketing ., Best. tennis of the fortnight:
    tAdvocate. Correspondent) ability, then let it be a test under oe oe eon i k
    GEORGETOWN, July 11. equal conditions. Why shouldn't ability Teepe eet | :
    Gordon Petrie, 26-year old the wicket be moved for each “7 0) MOG eS Sedgman; 2
    British Guiana heavyweight S@parate innings, so that each side Drobny; 4, Flam; 6. McGregor: 6
    weightlifting champion who now Shall have a comparable surface Sturgess: 7 Bergelin; 8, Larsen; 9
    lives in England will represent ‘0 play on? P: a ‘10 Richardson Rte so
    British Guiana at the World | As it is, too much depends on Women: 1. Hart; 2, Fry; 3
    Championships in Italy this year. ihe toss and on the groundsmen Brough; 4 Chaffee 5, ‘Baker 6.
    The b.G. Association decided to 22d on the weather—all things 1 eS Wai aith: :

    that have nothing whatever to dc
    with the actual batting, bowling
    felding, and tactical abilities o
    the sides.

    send Petrie to Italy on the recom-
    mendation of the Secretary of the
    British, Empire Weightlifting
    Federation.

    Petrie started lifting in 1942 and
    in 1946-broke all existing records
    in the heavyweight class in the
    three Olympic lifts. At the con-
    test he totalled the highest aggre-
    gate ever accomplished in British
    Guiana — 806 pounds. In August
    the same year he beat his own



    TOURNAMENT

    tournament
    r.oon.

    continues this after

    record in the three lifts, ending the semi-finals for the Y. de Lima
    with a total of 825 pounds. In doubles trophy.
    November, 1948, he broke the E. R. Atkinson and C, V. Gittens

    British Empire snatch record vs. C. R. E. Warner and L. G.
    when he pulled 270 pounds over- Hutehinson.

    head to better the mark then held D. W. Wiles and J. S. B. Dear
    by the Knight of England 264 vs. Hon. V. C. Gale and V. H

    pounds. Chenery.

    SUMMERHAYES TENNIS

    The Summernayes Tennis Club’s

    Matches to be played are

    Walker-Smith; 8, Sco-
    9, Bolton; 10

    du Pont; 7,
    field-Davidson
    » Tuckey.

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    Trinidad Sports Shorts

    (Advocate Correspondent’
    PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 13.
    Frederick Forde, 52-year-old
    walker beat James Jackson, Trini-

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    * miles 625 yards, distance on
    Sunday.

    It is reported that the winner of
    the T.T.C, Summer sweep is Cyril
    Morgan a woodcutter of Biche
    {this is a semi forest where coal
    burners and woodcutters live),
    Sangre Grande, Trinidad. He ik
    - paid to be the purchaser of the

    ticket that drew Lupinus.



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    Today is the last day of
    the second series of First
    and Intermediate cricket and
    the last day of the third in
    Second Division.
    In the First Division the
    matches are —
    Wanderers vs. Empire at
    the Bay
    Pickwick vs. Spartan at
    the Oval
    Police vs. Y.M.P.C. at the
    Park
    College vs. Carlton at Col-
    lege
    Combermere vs. Lodge at
    Combermere
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    matches are :—
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    tan at Boarded Hall
    Mental Hospital vs. Wan-
    derers at Black Rock
    Regiment vs, Empire at
    the Garrison
    Windward vs. Pickwick at
    Congo Road
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    matches are :—
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    at Bank Hall
    YÂ¥.M.P.C, vs. Wanderers at
    Beckles Road

    Division

    Lodge vs. Foundation at
    Lodge

    Carlton vs Police at Carl-

    ton

    Central vs. College at
    Vaucluse

    Leeward vs. Pickwick at
    Foster's,

    CINEMAS
    Empire: “Soldiers Three’? — 4 45

    and 8 40 pm

    Olympic: “Belle of Old) Mexico”
    and Jungle Stampede” — 4 30
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    | Tour Of India
    Is Temptation
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    M.C.C, are carefully feeling the
    way before officially choosing their

    ide for India, the only memver
    ot which thug far announced ia

    Nigel Howard captain (writes
    Bruce Harris).
    Soundings are being taken to

    find out who is available, the
    upproach being through the county
    ciubs in the case of the pros,

    I understand that such inquir-
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    «very member of the side. Players
    decline to discuss the matter until
    they are definitely asked, but it
    is easy to judge how the wind
    viows.

    My prophecy is that Ikin,
    Evans, Statham, Tattersall, Laker
    and Graveney will certainly go,
    but not Brown.

    Unlikely

    The choice of Howard implies
    es much. Compton, is unlikely
    because of his knee trouble, Wat-
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    Doubtful cases are those of
    Hutton, Bedser and Simpson; all
    inese had a _ severe tour of
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    Spooner, the Warwickshire
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    1s a fast bowler, and Poole, of
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    three years, would do well to take
    a winter’s rest, even though the
    temptation does exist to add to
    he 150 Test wickets already his.

    The Weather

    TO-DAY

    Sun Rises : 5.45 a.m.
    Sun Sets : 6.25 p.m.
    Moon (Full) July 18
    Lighting : 7.00 p.m.
    High Water : 12.10 p.m.
    YESTERDAY
    Rainfall (Codrington) nil
    Total for month to yester-
    day: 1.43 ins.
    Temperature (Max.) 86.5°F.
    Temperature (Min.) 73.0°F.
    Wind Direction (9 a.m.) S.E.,
    (3 p.m.) ENE
    Wind Velocity 9 miles per
    hour
    | Barometer (9 am.) 30.817,
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With the Enemy Ii but cootracUi concluded on or I %  I I %  an in the same position a< COntl eluded with persons in any friendly country and no obstacle? i ,\ %  been <e fact that a formal -: .* t as prc\ between the United Kingdom and Germany 11 -51—sn liOVWXMlNT XOIHI CONSTITUTION SWAMP AND CONSTITUTION RJVEH All persons who have placed or caueed to be pi... %  or think' m or on the Conatttutlon ind all pers.ii. aiQ matter Or thing lying fn M on the Conatttutlon %  ConatltuUon rUvai an required to raaaove such matUH or lhin by the 15th of July. 1951. and in. peraon may place any matUr or thine in or on t( tution Swamp or Constitution River during the period of th> 15th of July to the 30th of KoV ember, 1951. Any person inthe terms of : able lo proceedings under •action 18 of the De]>artment of Ii and Transport Act. 1945 6 7.51—SB ! %  IM II SALES I OH 111 M GOVERNMENT NOTICE MrXKKNMKYI NOTICE REAL ESTATE %  1*1 *'tirthrr ima:l or M %  %  %  You can purcfain si rid -ii.l l-. 4 ( % %  .. I,.. and look i da i., %  HOVSEfl %  Ingi %  % %  %  %  %  II T-WM,... Road 3 licdt—.m-ah I U II I 1 %  OK XI I A wrll aalauatli-.l %  :• i •%  %  %  v. tacrkln* | Sli-ul an. I I I %  Preparation) I %  %  tors, add: • • AI ( mix I %  M ; I n %  %  II Modem : \ %  In I mill Till' lliiniHiiil ll.iiniiirr FOR SALE ••III. I on 5u'nld|i. 14 tpordl — Sundiiyl. o* '; AUTOMOTIVK KM %  tuiidilwm AppU l taotga 14 III gooo %  lM Chevrolet Car m varj n. nwner driven CLAHKr. J-eller. N.i 12 Pnnne 37ST II T ft) In CAM IN" Hi-'.. I POUT IOYA1 r.AHAGE LTD. Trie poo '* 45,M uiM a, CAR! Milhnan Saloo,.. %  urn Al-i, llllliTi*! l.rrnwd Apr | — Apal) Kalph A H-4 -. BtXrl Wa| I] Affe> I,., i Baaai PI %  i r IMaaaad Waaon Hi-' CAH IB47 ford P %  | obotoUf ai n food roiidiiiun To be aen ai Cool %  '• i.7 m-* n i i CAM v ,.,,i M •• m p-.(-,i candllton new tvrei pau.i ri, Alao VaUKhaJI l? (Wrvaral in Bood hjpt Apply BarWdOB Acemlei Ring 4BOS 10 7 It lln CAM UH Morrti UU %  I Hilaa I f)foid 00 Mllr. Mkr HW IBM Monlf M, 18 H I' 1 9W Wlleaae IBU Pord Pn-fret I4.00B Mi:.. in way a>od eondlOon 1B3I Chrj.loi Royal A narlaln Fort Royal Oaraar Ltd Telephone 4MM. 7 M—On NATIONAL DIESEI. Rt* panic IIIJI KLETTRiC .*.:ii.. i UlCit l.l.rRKJk.1 \i< It open IVPt WIW. to be BMl.>i*B Oaniae \/ 1 SI PIIILCO nnrimiCHATi>i{ . ibtc I l -..itii iirenna .hamber. Brand in unit HccoTidliioiKd throuahukil nay be impnird at Lao Yard. ChaaptOf Applv 11 I. Smith. Sandlnnl .1. finlip 7 7 31 lln Plilhpa II-'. II %  anPH Apply tn s Miiiiiit I it KELVINATUH KEPKIUKKA I • il< : i Pi Dial tJ-£lt 14 7 II 1 f n IH.HCUiriKA-HiR KaM I lilt II Ai>|i S I'hlhp. II RATOR Ol %  % %  I ill ulna Rrfilaerilor In |iei ^ i.uler. Ai.pl, I burner WARD I 7 31 In rO-DAVS NEWS HASH I.IVKSTin K 31 plnl* dall\ Appl> %  suitable I Aapf) Manaarr. I I'lTTIFM Ml and Wl %  • MISCELIJVNEOL'S 4Mal-l-DBKf TOOTIIPA1T1 8taH savina -our Amm-l-drnt Tonlh nHItoxr* Within a rhnrt while you may be the •H.i.rr of ana ol Iha follow Ingl |.( prlie 3P OO. Jnd PR** I3 'id I'm* a) w i: r,i ah i. rnr.AM onl< H I |l oo per t-l>, ar.d trv Ihe bel The 3-tb family afcM IInaiat on "rarm"' for vealth and your porket not supply, phona US. 17 6 9) I f II IIO -• I foil." KIKPI8 P:M;INKH:S r*SAD %  '. %  % %  •':'. '• M lo lMi iNtR Y r TO ORDER at JOHNSONS IIAKliW VW//rVrV/>VrV#V///// si i i i \<.y I WE ARE BUYERS 1 .'. %  with STAMPS SbceVSingle Stamps. Collet' A cumulations and Covers. ^ I O ( .nlihcjii IftnTf i* 3rd F. Two fi aenal Maati .il VI I ThiW Mahoa BRI I %  i %  %  \ st'tvrr. !•• in II NerriCBS Tea eanlB r- a**:* Una 4 U eenia per ouaie llaa mi"*" cliu-oe 1130 oi and II Bo ...i fanO NOTICE %  %  tn j.u, .iu, %  %  %  i St City l I a IP H.IMIII MI-iPiui Cfcaa p a .* M BJ <••)!* Suadaya ;< I aaorda 1 t*af a lp<*4 nee* %  Bonl oa Aiadapa HELP C.M.K Competcnl Cook 8TCNOCHA|-Hk.l( II T 91 -nd aly, I i" Street t-,ia,j arronlli -rll-i. In 13 7 ftl SB %  %  %  alma e|KrleiH.> O.-kl BBla I UI-tOWTl I I IMI-MI I 1 V-l ROI PS I 111 %  %  %  %  %  • dMir-Ple Appli %  4 U "titaph. and I MISI I I.I.WIOI S I IQI'tlK .'. I I I I 11,1.' Ill KKK \\| w UtNINGS nial warn %  %  Harbour P. id Shipian*: M Hig.'. iliori I South Point Upjithoiutr. Harrison Point Light! .i. tnes ohn n Rkbja, st George. s: Lucyl Church. rhatriri B" i'' lf< e station District "C* Police Station. • %  -ii" Police Bt i aStal StatloD. BelUplaine Police Btal t latfour] Wanda* Hag wiih black pauara centre. ad light I Churn 1-.-M-. will be rum at frequent Interval* DM %  an hour B lown at Central, Brill i i Pouei ns (or one minute, three time* with an In* I .^t. Thli ili be repeated aver] ffuartti oil i i houi i^i an houi llurricanr Warninc Two red flags with Mack •ejuare centres bolsted one above "tei on.' above the other %  %  i) Plantation and Church belli will be run. and conimuousi. over ; period of %  quart* hour iiu Two mi ht<>r BMnreoni will be nmi from the Harbour IN>Uce Station and, it ruutirlbl*, ( trld Poll., 91 III. All Clear i ) Visual Ptata nc lighta will he hauled down c') Audit B '. (rill be blown conttnuouaiy for three minutes the above warnlna>: — ill The Police will wain paiochi.,1 authorities ami distr I %  .!•(Mli I.made i-vei H.ubados Rediffusi<>t hourly 01 hall hourly Interval! al %  quarbH pi I ever) hour or at a quarter pnst ami a quarter to every hour as ty be %  : orta di i"in .lit.'.i.i .ii bourb oi ball hour)) Interrill bt innounced 'nan the Barbadoi Reginvanl ti i .i! the Qarriaon it %  quart) t paal evet quartet paal and a quarter to ever] ho iv be. }' %  I megai yi lei 12 7 51 2n SHIPPING NOTICES II %  \ H IMHI to ni v HI n icwuta UACHINI %  i .1 i .. .,1 Slir'L I.H \IION\l NOllfE %  f.JO i Hold Bl 9 p m neinl.. | .utmd Tin 0 %  %  p %  ai ihe I'ai AI.I.KVM; SCHOOL l s Ti: M I l v.tis 1TION Tlieir .ill > %  -,, KJ.I,,. !" .., ... I %  %  i ba %  MiomI rate and a Te-i rrom iiii %  -I,IP %  .1.1, %  II ti SMn I 7 |l %  %  %  ... %  I'R.IH vSKINAI. N.ITK ( II i %  ... "-" fri.ii. lutj H i -'3rd !> II MINT I.1J1—4n PROl I RRIONAI MUM I the annual lot RI %  'he 13rd July Will Ulnae p Collect me before %  11 HARCOURT i .MU't P 0-jr.Ihalm.r Ont-.an n \i:i ii...< it II -i IMI, i \--i II nOM AOI NTM %  %  %  %  %  V < W 1 A MM I %  IITII a thr Merhin IBJOM Uan *.< %  an thai Carl Raid . I %  Ii him win UPa p l a h alPm baa ... %  aald Carl %  i ..-ii Me hrt<*T raoulrad la appear at Ihe. AuiO u.| Court of Appeal I %  Idol, at 10 o'rlnrk, > Dnted thu llth dav of lune 1PSI. | | Adinp i %  -. A i ,\ NOTICE % %  % %  %  %  n a BBlar* %  .' a&um p. tereral nuiv. Tha Bueraaaful .andld..' rnrnre .1 Apt>IHatii>i.> -:.l H-rn OSWALD l i %  \ i MM /I M \S|> I IM I IMHI l> IM A N.I I AlllA" .rl*rtuli-.l lo ...1 (Una IliKbane tlnO Alma SBOi JUJM inly *th arriving Tmiii.ii one J.a> i early \ RT KAI1IV !• %  < %  Ilil.Uanr end July. 8ldne> e..rly Auaail. Malbounie mid Auauit l .1... i fanf .x.lplcil on lbrmi£i Hii— "i iarao. a tn genera) cargo the i ample tpace for chilled BrM IJOPHIB lor liin-hipmeni aTrlnlrta* l. Iinti>i. OuPMM, I-etaard .ml Wind luithi partlcul" I I MSI -> HltllV A I IHIMIiMI II W I RAKltxiMis RVENING INBIIIUTI (1) UENERAL CERTIFICATE OI EDUCATION. UNIVERSITY OF LONJ)ON A Advancod level Evening Claioes preparing lludenti for eert in this *ill be held from S' Itftl. %  quallf* therri ion B.A Ordinal %  N.B I tion. at th. on ImcrmBdiatc Arts. The English, Latin. Maths, and either Spanish or French r Hletory, according to the numbet nf applications R Ordinary Lovol. There arc ;i Uw v;n %  i< I RN now I %  • 1' i :,r June i^iUn, Maths. Trench or Spanish. I ton or Geography (Th ec of racanxiea in bigtish LaUn, and Matht I*ropeetive ippli.-aiil r :h*r informaiion and advice h i i] The Principal botween UHKI i n and IJJO pji or (hi It < % %  v Oovernmeni Hill si. Michael, (Telephone 2THa < Nil B| Ill Ml mil t i hi.tin from the %  -• %  I i MIS. whll .i must ba lille.1 l| lo the Dean ol \ %  % % %  i. Bl lo r... i .... i | .11 l July, lil&l N H .Si'iKiroi* fofmi "mat be fill, d in aid fotnoord. ,rach lubjerl IphiCh III* npi'li.a ur Iplunild be forwarded roo^rter i ir n %  nil to be I aiipli; for pom ur Adveticed Edrpel rhe c inn coaiplieitcfl wita prettmtnarv t.st. a d fmUmn fa IM %  MR of ajmhrand O COMMERCIAL AND TECHNICAL No applications can yet be ren-ived for en!i\ It iii be pu b licly anriouneed ba ihe Praaa when it isoaa. (3) COUNTRY CLAHBER Classes for men snd women will be also held m th> th. foUowtBgj centres:^ St. John's Mixed School. Bt John. Ml Tabor Mlxwi School. St. John; Speight town Boya 1 BcbOOi. st. peter. Si Jude'a Boys* School. St. George; St. Aiitfustine's Boys' SchtMil, St. George; .loly Trinity Boya 1 BchOOl, St. Philip. rhe rYUeyne aVrhool, si Ajvdrew, i i active pupils may obtain partlculai f the Centre In which abey are interested. of Education, 20th June. I9M. 24.0.51—2n. rake, bui th. w %  "iiid-ii ai i I i i %  ,• rrgui'.'"'.''I'* |g rWOroVd 01 t\ 'Carlbee*.'\ • Pooaoweori f lltti SalllnB I %  Darrwood" will accept aaoaetri *R %  Grenada and Ami I j only 'or ft Vim-rut „ Pybpai Ulh inelanl HWI MMousn oanrhM 1 ASSOCIATION INC. ABVEtmSE in lht> ABV9CATB FURNISH II.mi. ft Office ind othei 11 Re K %  I i -earina Choi Ri i %  i i I VtllVrlHATCH •m-..l UdOd '..ndri lla> ...,|. Ulalroo %  .. i 1UJH i n-UH I pel annum An ne avpn ttapa ho ha* n %  I The pa*. i ..I a i I. %  option .a % %  t %  Liter Ihat B : M ,MHbui BPftVO |!4iMe .... ROH poM %  • %  •• %  1901. lo the AcllnB i badoa |W| VRW YORK NRKVICB ,. „ .... %  „„. AIVCI Barl-adoi 10th Jun M'lJune Ame Barbad.lO^h Jd> fr I %  r* i.i I' CARLTON BR1WNL i! L S .WILSON I I'II'HII Stocks Just Received K DAVIR >• '. i II i^ TAHd K DAVIS PAI "' K nAVW I'AI.ATi %  a 1 ,'. 'AUK DAVIR II'. )W IK DAM N .V WINC — rjooo IINiPNI 1 'H i MAS*'. 4 1 Ulll PI I HAgg 1 YEA*TV*TK TAI1I ET-i Ml M ANA! '.I.'.I' 11.M M %  ::;:'.'.'.:::'.'.-.%-.' %  •:•.:; % %  .• :%:'.•. % NBW ORIJEANR MRVlCot r lle lh Jun. AlTtvaa Itarbadoa Mil. June W -all. I7lh Jwi Artiiri Harbadoa lllh July IT-' BUia nu. July An"" iiaiinuiu. ntn Juiv. IF -onririoi MB ALCOA i AU'OA I AlCdA PBrlNAR I CANADIAN SER VICE SalM H....i -.i -.iiRalMaa Arrlre* Ilia June Win lull M* jun mn July Itth Misiiinoi sn WANTED llKMi-os. COIXBOI BABUSADOI r H i JANVAKY I "HYBlca ..; %  ROBERT TIIOM UIA NEW YORK ANII GLI.F SERVICE APPLY:-DA COSTA g> CO. LTD-CANADIAN HERVH E You i..iv .. norsi: IIIK SAI.I: i.ei rs ilnd n Buy i IF You wish I.. BUY \ BOUSI I., i rs Bad it lor fOU RALPH-A-BEARD llanlu.,,,,1 ,\||,. 'Pliant li.-'. HARRISON LINE OUTWARD PROM THE UNITED KIN0D0M oi i.in. bj .....i 1 Barb-dilloa CWO ill be until 0 000 01 BpproprUllO vi.lichen I'p lo tliDieient ... ... %  %  %  %  %  %  ROE la a day Grom.( Han laH.no the O. A : %  % %  vpp| ICATH 1 . n-ik.iiAPII 1 %  IIHAM %  COLLCGE HAiiliAItov n W 1 to : 1 ATER than " IBM I* 7 il m Vessel ss TRADER' S.S EXPLORER" s -sn ADVISER" SS "NOVELIST" -SPEAKER I.IM'I pool Ixindon l.i.li.lia tllaago-.v I > melon LIVII pool Leevei 7th July ?Ui July llth July i2th July 23rd July 2ath July Due Bofbodoi 12nd lul) 23rd July 26th Jul. 28th July flth Aug Bttl A || HOftiaiWARD FOR fHfc UNITED KHfODOM S( rii'ioii ss TRIBESMAN ss "STRATEGIST" ror i London %  %  In Barbadoi llth Julv llfth July 24th July For farther information apply tc %  • DA COSTA A CO.. LTD.— Afenta prrOBDt Charlie Kun/. Rm. Bark* and we will order for you If we %  M in nock A. P.' .id < I -l-i f n Vislrv l!\i'-HHliMii TOR L'PItOLBTKRERB -Ready packed in Burlap • De|>. each contain. > %  Applv immediatel' 1 n dmi Cn Street. Phone 3630. VERTS 0 PANTIES *u[— %  %  Dtfl packet, in Re..' I f. 03 00 — KIUPAUM Swan Stiwt II 7 ilin M Hiee of 1. I and 10'a alao bronie •teel and ftul tor Company. Tra(a). (ar and Bpry Street• Phone 3000 WATcrtga — A new auortment o %  lal Wajefioi %  BB toad 14.7*1 -In WalUba PoO. All II I vin-ii M ~i oaoaoi 1 he i urn* nun %  ol Julv %  %  %  % %  1 .. NOTICE %  tn j. %  £!'- • Octobe iau ATI GfVUNMENT NOTICES DVARI'MRMT oi nOHWATH ANI> lit iNStXHtl t teeing i \ Illi Rasel It.itt.ui\ Hill %  I BAI, Villa Road, Briti bom l 1 through %  for the %  HI HIM OP I aTPLOTMl NT \Mt I MIGB MIUN The BUI i ily. 1951. pubbc from Mondays I %  %  %  Lit' er 'Ag i A COOL Shoe for a HOT Day l.„-' W our lalvitt SliflvM NEW SHIPMENTS JUST OPENED also a wide selection ol Hosiery, Cleaners and Polishes. Matctt -%  !" -; ., ?^--, ?l?--* ?f? ?f Wa4WTEP. A Vac,m i . lei <;,„,i>iuiy'B Avajanti (01 an Arjprentlci Martiank invited from indl KM ef IB and ;... %  % %  -. the fallowing attrlbutei Mucation t-> Behool i i inical %  ptllude; I I efui npiihrant will in loojuUed lo iiDderas I ihn 11 ii.-( m Barbado [perl I %  %  parloda M probatton and balnlng will ba b iejaen BeB.OB and |70JM u.> j monUi dtopaodlJiB on th adivldual k Apply in writing only, giving full perl cv a Pass|Hirt Photograph t<> TI %  : I i i75i In THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPN. III). NOTICE AWI.ll AI JUT A II. PKBS0N8 hartal ACCOUNTS if*bu< fltis <'..r|.or.i(iol. ..i.raqiiMlgd lo !"• rood ..::li lo si'nd llirin in i..(,dup t< Ihe :ioHi gaj JUNK aa •*> %  aaj |B*aaU>le lilt: BAMMtABOS BLECTBiC f #/'/.! lOitl'OHlllO.X I.I IK !< I) rRANCIS M I E K... A M I C E. Acting Manager. 12.7.51.—2n.