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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895 TUESDAY JULY 17, 1951 PRICE: FIVE CENTS

.K-EGYPT DISPUTE HEADS FOR SHOW DOWN







Britain Trying To | Russia starts | Se, i io
Hold On To Suez AnticAmeriea iia oe Reds Outline

By H. SHACKFORD | ee Three Points
LONDON, July‘ic. | Im Middle East .
For Ceasefire

GYPT’S long fesiering dispute with Great Bri-| NEW YORK, July 16.












































. cette “itis ae tase: aaeliad ae The Soviet Union has alreacy
tain plunged toward an eariy showdown Which! pesun to shift her heavy prooa |
aie , j beg to shift her heavy propa
threatens the once mighty British Empire with aj sands arullery trom Far to , KAESONG, July 16
f y
_ etn ig } Ni ec East < the Lrania gai :
loss of dominance in another stra tegic area. The| | etait Sree A DMIRAL JOY presented the U.N. stand during
proud British smarting under “the loss’’ of India, [point in inter: la | the first five minutes of the Korean cease-fire
Pakistan, Palestine, a vad maybe Iranian oil, are! s). a ele Pau ate taee ss today and was followed by the North Korean
; is 1 wrincipal villa yi08+
trying to hold at least the Suez Canal area ~$0 | new propaganaa barrage Gana Nam El, Chief of the Communist delega
i se of the Middle Bast, and stil]! Keynote of tis mia-easiern} tion
on ~ ne if lin ae os ote “¥ is (| brand of anti - United States} Pie teds have outlined three
the key point in the lifeline to Britain’s rema: | propaganda was sounded by the | | natu points: Firstly, a cease-fre
Empire. |} ent Soviet magazine Lit-| }m iately. Secondly, a demil- G Kall
The equally proud Egypt | Gazette WeTaL ORE es Fk | | tartzed zone six miles on each unmen I
smarting over British t ithe u ni ra d St: me mediati +) Sere } ide of the 38th parallel with
* : + j}in the Anglo-Iranian conflict was | ‘ye 1g , 7 =
fng still in the Canal S 1 | Cae ae | ve miles in between to return | b AC a
riding the crest of the w ex SUIT FOR A KISS penenmer 2 ist er | civilian administration as of e ane SE€
treme nationalism are taking fu .WSTERDAM. July 16 lune ee : sey senile as he status of June 25, 1950.
advantage of Britain’s Middle we Dutal a é tae States as porth | Thirdly, withdrawal as soon as AMMAN, Jordan, Jul 16
Eastern difficulties to get the last a aeat : Seva? be eS aay 1S {ec ne ae sie yes, GS es | ovactfeable of all foreign troops Rivyad Al Suhl, former Pr fee
British soldiers out of the Canal . “i o eee ae ev agai St fran’s interest and sec- Ine meeting ended on a note §of Lebanon, was shot ile
Zone and to ket Britein to +6 ners é + ; he an coy ond the United actually f increased cordiality and the fon Monday while en o the
linquish all claims to the Anglo-, Earn Y p rei Store intends to back Britain in order 4 tame ge e : oy . ommunist delegation did an un: J \mman Airport and the polic
Egyptian Sudan | for three h cent apiece. ee expand Wall Street's mid-| GANADA'S “ANNIE OAKLEY’—iiary Mclennan, aged $2, the first woman sharp shooter ever to go to recedented thing of posing fo mmediately shot d 1 one of
The Egyptians also claim that) People be to line up on eastern interests. Bisley with the Canadian Rifle Team, practices on the Bisley Range. She i school-teacher of Char }U.N. news photographers at the che three members of the Syria
they will refuse any kind of mili- the sidewalk outside the These accusations are based lotte Town, Prince Edward Island, and qualified in Dominion Contests in Ottawa Express. wind-up of the session National Party who were held
tary co-operation with Britain—} tore ; noon on Saturday ) upon the Soviet Union's reliance - The five-man negotiations tean esponsible for the assassination
whatever form the Middle Fast and there were thousands a ane: the oto y of eS + {elegation headed by Vice Admira J The former Lebanese Premier wa
Command takes—until the Bri when th re opened at 9 politics which seeks to explain Ke \é F i Is Turner Joy, arrived in Kaesong bs cheduled to board a plane
tish concede Egypt’s nation am history exclusively in terms of an Oo e or ruce ansas ooc 1elicopter but the remainder of ] jeirut, the capital of Lebanon,
demands. ' Three cents suits sold out }economic struggle : ‘ xi the party went as usual by over vhen the ineident occurred ,
: quickly, but othe ling United States’ mediation effort Ar R di land convoy. The convoy wen } lice shot and killed Michael
Early this month, more fuei was } for severel lashed prices } in iran is not. based primarily 7 e ece mg unmirked by any white flags ane |Cabrial Addick, Lebanese men
added to this fire, when a Brit also went fast ; upon considerations of powe S | mce in the city itself 20 news |r of the Syrian National Part
steamship, the Empire Roach, was! One store was giving away politics. Instead they reflect this | KANSAS CITY, Missouri, men attached to the party roamec
stopped and detained by an Egyp-) a eavraar r of blue serge |country’s desire to pour oil over | July 16 it will throughout the war They said two other member
tian warship. Britain sent a strong; suits to any customer who j stormy waters. SEOUL July 16, | The rampaging Missouri River stanied city. Only armed Commun f the party were involved in ti
protest to Egypt demanding dam- would kiss the sales : This conciliatory i ‘ an 45 ' relaxed its g : > { lot c ‘i :
aheiie subse iy Tannal a : —UP. | lis conciliatory attitude has 'hree basic conclusions may be drawn on U.N. thinking and | elaxed its grip on the twin Kan- | ists they saw were military police- }'0t Riyad’s body was taken to
ages, and subsequently Israel ap- a oP. |already become traditional in the intentions by ‘talking with the k fi : ne : sas Cities today but a state of men and they never were halted | ‘be Reyal Palace and will be r«
pealed to the U.N. Security’ United States’ foreign policy. s " 8g nL 1€ ey figures in the recent | emergency was both in flooded; or questioned noved by plane to Beirut
Council to consider Egypt's block= —UP. ceasefire negotiations. | north-eastern Oklahama and the| Today's meeting lasted but one } Tuesday morning.—w.P.
ade of the young rr ships P ° i PI ili : cinch iatetiban They are: Firstly, UN has no intention of giving up territory i welling Mississippi threatened} hour and 50 minutes, the shortest
: ee happens, all sides rince ll Ip ‘ held north of the 38th parallel, nor of withdrawing its front|"°W disaster at St. Louis | thus far, interrupted by a two
Oe iretiy that Egypt and the Sué ° 6 4 £6,000 Asked For ines at any point, Secondly, any hope of removing U.N ~ flooding ee oe mann hour recess beginning at 10.5% Ar, entire Has
s , the u : . | jsas Rivers ‘re e a > f
' “andl atea is ; hh its M ys troops from Kerea in the foreseeable future is without sub- eee eee eae ue eet ee 8 ne .
| Cana area is one of the x Prineéss Mar raret jrate of about an inch an hour in .
vital strategic areas in the worl es Ice s stance, both Kansas City, Kansas, ana eee ame rnnee Wh A Ho 2E8
and probably the most important | MALTA, July 16 . The individual identity of U.S.-— | Kansas City, Missouri, and a fire | > ; Lo i .
' spot for securing the entire Mid- : 5 ; ¢ LONDON, July 16 forces will change, however, aneclau



dle East against major aggression.

Secondly, any major trouble in
Egypt would easily set the entire
Middle East boiling again
especially in view of the delicate
situation in Iran.



as a tall blond young man was el oe asi are e Kaesong will be an uneasy one at flood, was burning itself out. The Argentine s oY art
rowed ashore in a small boat. The !® oe allowance Dewpaeae Aue the _ best, for Commur ; have | —U.P. LONDON, July 16 4bertondo said ate
officer in the rowboat was the! 8Ust 21 _when she celebr ates her] me rely been forced to change their Notes | The British Labour Government | @nglish Channel is a lot io at
Duke of Edinburgh, husband of 1 21st birthday When the Com-} tactics without altering their ob- ‘ sabe on } made go to-day its strong] hat the river PI tik: he t ane tc
Princess Elizabeth. mons in 1937 passed the Bill on] jective. FORGED ten-dollar Trini- | ie ypposition to any kind of military tp hele nie a Rite Opes to
He was ending his brief service |@/lowances to members of the}” This correspondent has listened | 4 dad notes are circulating in Elizabeth Drops pact between the United States ae a ca rssh guns 8 vn
as skipper of the Magpie and pos-|Royal Family, a £6,000 allow-| to confidential briefings given togl® pinidad, he forgery Mf andl Spain. A spokesman for the ak he Pe ene
sibly his active naval career.|ance for Margaret was included,| the entire Press corps by U.S. and one by superimposing the |} a | wertty Pounds British Foreign Office, commen- “The he Anished eighth,





Egypt’s restrictions on the use
of the canal may be an attempt
to bring the entire complex Egyp-

race in



_ Parit ten ; f . aie
tian issue to a head. Egyptian] Prince Philip flies back to London | payable when she became 21. British officers. He has had the op- ae ar ae aa heat j ‘ing on reports that some kind of | Condor Dati : sponeored by the
cfticials are adamant on canal re-|on Thursday to take on a new But by mistake no provision} portunity to hear certain irsdivi- ay ae = a iw en | 5 nilitary alliance between the es ,. wily Mail for the first
strictions, and, insist that Egypt]role of attending myriad Royal|was made for appropriating the|dual expressions on a _ personal a * ee oe Saree rth | ah sl LONDON, July 16, United States and Franco-Spain ‘ - > £1,000 is scheduled fot
will maintain them as her right|functions which require Eliza-|necessary money. King George] basis. A eng lg teat Kl < |. Princess Elizabeth has trimmed] might be in the wind in connec- | \U8Â¥St 13th,
under the principle of national} beth’s presence. has provided for his daughter The thinking of the military per- sient. aifke The ¢ Police | Some 20 pounds off her royal fig-| jon with to-day’s arrival of

< s é . ure because of a joking remark Admiral Forrest Sherman at Abertondo, Accompanied by

sovereignty.

The restrictions were first im-
posed on May 16, 1948, when the
Jewish-Arab war started They
consist mainly of the confiscatior
of war goods destined for Israel
and the blacklisting of ships car-
Tying such contraband material
But this inctuded oil tankers from
the Middle East to Israel, which
forced the closir of the impor-
tant Haifa refinery—very impor-
tant now that Iranian oil and re-
fineries may be lost

\ Egyptian confiscation is usually
based on intelligence reports, and
enforced by the Egyptian customs

Tt is problematical whether he meantime sonnel concerned is generally uni- neve wi reccived reports of
will ever go to 1 again, Philip Leftist Laboyr members pro-]| form with allowances for in- forged ‘five-dollar notes
made a speech on the deck of the} tested when Prime Minister Cle- | dividual opinions on matters r , ,
frigate before he

Little less than
had made another speech telling

made by her husband, said friend
on Monday. The Princess went on
ment Attlee introduced a Bill to} corollary to the main issues. All of a rigorous diet after Prince Philip

) — ientioned the “television” diet
craze then sweeping Britain while

Madrid, said: “We are not keen] ‘?8eoUnc's other participant, the
thout the Spanish Government ittractive blonde school teacher,
oining the Atlantic Pact or the] @oriqueta Duartes, arrived — in
tablishment of military pacts | London today, and will leave late:
betw een rit mbetr , of the No t! 0 Folke tone, the headquarters
\llantic Treaty Organisation and| of all participants,
he Spanish Government, ‘The ] Vas superstitious about swimming
Inited States are aware of that] on the 13th, the -year-old Miss
uct and realise that this is our] Duartes laughed and shook het
ent attitude”. eud It’s my lucky day.”
—UP. ; U.P,





year ago he pay the allowance. the foregoing points were stated

: They pointed out that Foreign] affirmatively by at least ¢ 9¢ 7 ‘
= ial 1 tie wad oon i “4 pied Secretary Herbert Morrison gets}sponsible person and not denied 39 Put Em bargo er a bp am visiting his naval
é s i her ¢ my ps ro only £5,000 a year.—U.P. by any other. i ‘ eae - Te earn a first
ee —— " ; a reason: re I of the year, ‘ ants s¢z
pper It is a reasonable presumptior On Arms To Reds | tea cease ei Naat
he s¢ * Pve kept my that these views and _ intention } 2 , ewspapers anc eleVi~

‘ .. . * me died Amman o the Magpie, one of the remier De Gasperi are known to Washington The NEW YORK, July 16 Peat eter oe filled those day

with “before” and “after” shots of



re

Asked if she





home with 1

1g their













. 0 Wie Tene asic position of the U.N. in the Thirty-nine nations ve 1-
the fleet. The last 11 x I . Page 18 V n= | women who were slimming

t e . 7 . r T WN
months have been the happiest 5 ( ) orn first day’s session at Kaesong, as,formed the United Nations they; ., aie ™ : : y
1ontihs € re€ he appies Re signs {fice Viee-Admiral -C. | are fully complying with United’! Friends said Elizabe th who hac
| . | put on weight after the birth last



announced by

ROME, July 16 Turner Joy, v that his negoti- | Nations arn embargo again aT it atte A |

Alcide de Gasperi “the military ]ating delegation would not con- le ommunist ( ms 1 and Norih mat “8 of _ I oa cond child Prin-
anti-Communist statesman who [sider military matters outside| Korea and it is expected he it’ the Anne too

days of my sailor life”.



—U.P.



up Philip’s face-
tious “challenge’—U.P.



_ Albanians Leave



ri re + : Pen “a |

authorities. Confiscated material | runian Will EF Iv led Italy into the Atlantic Pact,)Korea nor political matters of any (mens be be larg ty 3 fig ained |

is unloaded normally in a peace- , _ resigned as Premier today after one g : , , Maa Sa, SSSR ES te AST ANE | ss

ful manner according to the Egypt- TO ‘ aac five years and seven months of gut the positive points to~be Th U " ' °

: 5 7 ‘ : é ‘pee on > nited States h been mt

ians brought before the prize Ove r Flood Are as unbroken leadership of the Italian}@emanded within the framework ceporen anxious to nekn ‘the | Attlee Defeated ome ; 1 ee 20 J me
courts, and ultimately sold at the WASHINGTON. July 16 Government. The 70-year-oldjof the Admiral’s general outline embargo ineffect until’the Korean : : e bh . JU
auctions. Proceeds according to President Truman. ‘announced Premier decided to quit when his yy Ady not yet been ere e peace has been established with LONDON, July 16.

Egyptians are used to help the}here that he will fly over the |entire Cabinet resigned en masse |" ting the mosaic together on this || arantees against the resumption Prime Minister Clement Attlee’s

YUGOSLAVIA, July 16




j 7 ; - =. a crisic!side » g comparing it st l
Palestine Arab refugees. Missouri and Kansas ‘flood areas |in a dramatic climax to a crisis!side of the line, and comparing it|Gr the Red onslaught The em-! Lubour Government was defeated



The blacklisting of a ship by|on a one-day trip tomorrow. He|touched off by the earlier with-; With the Communists’ announce-| hargg was voted by the General by three votes in the House of POLICE TERRORISM in Albania has become “intol
the Egyptians, makes it impossible} will leave here soon after noon|drawal of Ginseppe Pella, 49-{| ble ye of the rp orn i 1S ie Assembly on May 18.. It calls for | Fommons last night and there erable” but is so thorough that it prevented any organised
i inane omthee - or j i 4 » Inde- | year- rez ry ster ¢ | . see points of collision bC-|4 far shipments of arms, am-| w “ries f “resign”? : - eo

henceforth for such a ship even] tomorrow in his plane The Inde year-old Treasury Minister and)/Die to * os a ban on shipmen | we loud cries of “resign” from esistance - sa var iM oo : ee
to get water at an Egyptian port,| pendence to fly over the flood areas | the chief architect of the Govern-j tween the two approac hes munition, implements of i resistance, recently arrived Albanian refugees reported



| - the Opposition. Defeat came when
atomic energy materials ‘oll fie Tor mendment to the Forestry
transportation of materials of Bill was carried against the Gov-
strategic value and items useful | ernment by a vote of 232 to 229
in war production ' Although Opposition members
The United Nations summary of | cheered and called for the Govern-
replies was issued on Monday and|â„¢ent to_resign, majority leader
it listed full compliance by 34 | Chuter Ede indicated that the
United Nations members and five | Government did not regard it as a
non members, West Germany juestion of confidence.--U.P,
Italy, Laos, Spain, and Vietnar

here. In this ancient little town within sight of the
Albanian: border emigres described “increasingly terrible
conditions of starvation and terror which forced them to
flee their homeland.
[hey gave their name and
iddresses but requested that they 1 .
{ be published because of pos-/ Turpin ae Robinson
Sle danger to families they left
hind. The families will be in- 4
rned in one of Albania’ h ight Septem ber
imerous concentration camps|
they said, just a oon
the autfiorttles learn of the |

: Fed ‘ siness dealings| 2nd will briefly alight at Grand |ment’s economic policy.—U.P. | 4 ‘ : 7
ei or “i yee a —e Missouri airfield to visit his home : _ Peiping Radio asserted that. the
with local Eeyptian traders at Independence. Missouri. and Communists desired the re-estab-

Until the Empire Roach affair, | + ee eee on en pti. . ; . {lishment of the re-W border

. hen return to Washington tomor- - shment o 1@/ pre-war bor
there had beer no cases of violence] oy night. His w ‘ i asta tal Russiaris Can Throw | along the 38th parallel, this time
as a result of the Egyptian block-) wil) accompany him 1d remain " e protected by a neutral zone 10

\ Ww acco: é " ! 1 | ms ii
@ On Page 3 a Independence,—U.P Bombers Against kilometres wide.
This reporter’s information i

oo | Britain from a “substantial source” that

General Ridgway has not th

|
J LONDON, July 16 slightest idea of moving back
ance S sti | Under-Secretary of State for|from his present front lines, This United Nations delegates of five

| Air Aidan Crawiey said on Mon-|also ties in with the third point; nations of the Soviet bloc have

| |day that Russia probably could| given above—that until the source| refused even to forward the em- ee coe HEADLINE
| throw more bombers against Bri-] of world Communism is met and|bargo resolution to their home
il Ou Ovt. \ tain than the Nazis did during| defeated, any peace in Korea will; er ils on the grounds it is ille- “Teer |

jthe famous Battle of Britain dur- be both transient and uneasy ; :
These Communist States, not









LONDON, July 16
Promoter Jack Solom
announced that a Randolph
Turpin-Sugar Ra Robinson 1
A, thirty-one year old merchant! {a fight for the World Middle
0 once ran a store in Uillages | weight Championship ; will. tek

itark district, population about! Dace in New York on Septemb«
\12, probably at the polo ground





PARIS, July 16. jing World War II. ie There is complete unanimity lin embers of the United Nations

¥ ; ’ Addressing two Royal Air Force 3 fo Via ae E
FINANCE MINISTER Maurice Petsche moved Mon- | squadrons West Gascony defeatea| 208 military leaders here oy [fave Hungary and Romani:
{
|
|
|

0, said over one-third of the
llage people have been execut- Solomons said a purse guarantes
| or jailed or had disappeared] of $500,000 with Turpin’s share
e the end of 1949. about $100,000 were more than he
rs : could offer because the Police re-

First Execution fused to permit a crowd of ove

. 50,000 > W eC
[he merchant arrived here only : Tn Daeg Bons ity.

ys' ago after a four day trek moter Harry Markson 1id th
rough the woods and over pre-|qate was not definit . :
itous mountains. He said the ae
t execution was that of a
rmer who had talked against
regime. One day in late 1949

was dragged out of his home Dipiomat Killed

d shot on the spot.

le lS a ai s ‘ , hasnt shes tise hvala el s the necessity of keeping a large ave taken similar stands—U.P.,
day night toward a showdown with France’s center parties | the Luftwaffe over Britain in 1941,| --cnational force in Korea. This

in his efforts to form a new Cabinet and end the nation’s |Crawley said that the R.A.F.j io diametrically opposite to the

: r ae a battle! #
_ political crisis vise pF geste an -_— = bed Y Communist
es Ptonenm mene anieanstes After four days consultations |"°W 1 War roke out suddenty | drawal of

ders Petsche’s | With Russia. Korea.—-U.P,





demand for with-
li foreign troops from



FIFTEEN DEAD

TEHERAN, July 16
hospital check showed tha
nie fatalities are 15 dead includ-
ing one policeman, Civilian

ed to split | bombs to Britain.—U.P. $25M FOR FLOODS
bodies will be collected at the

c I I major problems loom
weep y the major middle of the
WASHINGTON, July 16 Military Governor’s headquarters

ties. :
y-five years old Inde- 20TH MINISTER The House on Monday passed }for identification prior to burial.

y ; The fi
Violent sale? piv pendent eduled talks with out- CANBERRA, July 16. an emergency §:

northern Italy over the weekend
causing heavy damage to orchards




ith politi
Pane ae He said Russia has 19,000 first-

Violent Storms Cabinet ne C e dhe liberation line war planes, some known to

peared onl be even, as three |be capable of carrying atom



howevel pre







Pr



d par-







5,000,000 relief Two others are reported near





7 et :
going Premier Henri Queuille and| Premier Robert Menzies an-|meesure for flood swept areas in
various party leaders on Monday | nounced William MacMillan,] Kansas and Missouri. This is ten
night and |

|

death,

An official police count of four “And to think that 1 could
have been queueing back





ssday morning. and | eevonomist, appointed the twentieth { million dollars more than Presi-| was considered too low and Com- LIMA, July







>
: eee rae . which had destroyed elg || U.K. Oppose Pact
trigatn tamale ined the ratie pon i ng a feet a under the present rotation system. it ch had destroyed elght_ indus PI Sy SORn eaeee
ea ae — “|the House of Commons today to hirdly e hoped for truce a y % " eo — '
cheered themselves hoarse to-day | give Princess Margaret £6,000 . Thirdly, the hoped for truce at Forged $10.00 | of the river at the height of the Between US—Spain LONDON, July 16,



and crop and tearing down tele-] wade ; sat eae c ‘ home jor a set ol Hedy’s All members of his family were
phone and telegraph poles in sev- vin a = tate : : aa nt'| Minister of the Australian Cabine’ | jent Truman requested. munist claim of scores, too high ais iokhaina-ovleman ipped off to internment. and. his|. Pe ruvian newspaperman
A rent £ te late uesday r| i . he . ve ' ] . i 4 ze Mz zan Esteno
eral small towns which were com-| oo. w hat hether he} With portfolio of the Navy ane | —U.P, —U.P. voperty confiscated. A Govern- t an arse as i i hil driv
rp ie aie early, Wwe Ay Ww ! 1¢ | Ai J : cad sta lia i s§ shot and killed whil« vin
pletely isolated e day. or V would s \ssembly approval as | ‘+? UP. ——— nt supporter was installed to! an automobile along the outskirt
At Alessandra the River Vers« Premie | n his farm, Duting 1950 and] yf Lima. MacLean ;

“fic j Z 3 ¢£ 2 ag as forrne
overflowed its banks and flooded His answer depends on the re- )5i there were seven more such/ Peruvian Ambassador to Lisb«

the road leading to Asti. Seven- ‘ ¢ tal | eo : . t t
oo mata , 7 sults of his talks and on possible mn kecutions, and was here preparatory
ea aa uit aa [ hea bien "ante esters | IA ipinos isappoin nvec r : fm each vans tip thinliypns tn-| temuzatg ine sew poe ae foe





themselves in an effort to agre¢ rnéd and all property fis- jor to Quito, Tt k



























cino, uprooting sab gh Re on a coalition programme in oppo- | ted Eight families totalled] four bullet wound i
sons were iniured in an by | cit ' Chdtsi male 2 ; ‘ to dnt ; wisi
falling tiles —U.P. ee eet ee eenneee nee : ae NEW YORK, July 16. ° ; said, “while the proposed trea Philippines drain Ewioe over the | for ures to deter or repel ag-| perhaps 60 or more individyals.| figured by repeated |
â„¢ cove le U Pp General pak i@8 Felino Neri, Filipino Under-Sec- | compels smaller powers like the | bitter cup of sacrific first as a| gre sion even while it holds uy a tix other men from the same vil was found on
scdetecchecmammess lie tele |retary for Foreign Affairs said on| Philippines to relinquish repari victim of Japanese aggression and | the h principles of conciliation! |.9@ escaped across the frontier.| With the automobile abandone
| Monday that Filipinos of all parties | tions claims i: nevertheless ma'« now as a self denying martyr t nd understanding. Filipino if an~) (U.P.) .
7 ’ > » re unanimous in the opinion that! sure that the great powers will | Japan¢ interest not afford to be le realistic.| Their families too were
To-day § K eyuse $10,000 tk proposed Japanese peace! secure all territorial awards théy Neri said; “It is unjust to de-! Filipinos’ disappointment ill the} terned The merchant’s twe
ze treaty “all but ignores the right- ant from the deserted nation. mand that the Filipinos nore bitter because they hold the! immediate relative vill il oe ”
Weather Chart . : ae ful ims of the Philippines and their security on the unce Americans in the deepest esteem. | “automatically” land it Ades thei The “ADVOCATE
Sunrise: 6.45 a.m. | PeGCrar es owen a hk been written in the interest Neri continue: with the best | outcome of an experiment no mat- | tration camp ’
Sunset 6.25 p.m. i “Use accept the: $10,000 casi more of the defeated nation thar the wor rid the Filipino | ter how highminded it may be.” Ever O ve COT tinue to be -| pays for NEWS
Moon + Quarter : H anita , en 108 ¢ victorious wers.’ eople cannot “periment ith He id “moreover to say that lieve tt i the Ar ‘ an people on oes I tion, ag and wpe sa] Dial 3113
Lighting : «7.00 pt | Yeri, who ser on President; their own security and ional the treats n dt ey ) whose | e, they formed a ) rss |
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Caubh Calling

R. AND MRS. J

AUER arrived here
Saturday by the Lady Nelson
spend six weeks’ holiday in Bar-

bados, They ar laying at the

Ocean View Hotel.







Living just outside of Bostor
Dr Auer i a Professor. of
Philosophy at Harvard University
Their so is Dr. W F. Aue
Manager of the Barbados Guif
Oil Co., Ltd.

Trinidad Holiday

R DERMOT BYNOE who

had been to Trinidad for the
past three weeks, on it to his
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs, Roddy Bynoe, returned y
terday morning on B.W.1LA’s
flight from Trinidad. Mrs. Bynoe
has remained on for another
week’s holiday

Returning by the same ‘plane
vdas Mr. A. E. Taylor and his

grand-son Alfred who had been

in Trinidad for a couple of days

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Fashioned In London

Bridal

Transformation

By DOROTHY BARKLEY
LONDON, July 6.
Of all traditions that of the
ridal ensemble is surely the most
eluctant to give way to change
of a bride, don’t
piciure clouds of
ulle, gleaming satin and oran
lossom? New ideas on the a A
hitting London—ar

10WEVEer, are



One London
Judes in his range
nodels in soft shades
nlue. His materials
sroche damasks, brocade, heavy
satins to gold and silver
We were so impressed
appearance of a gown in
shown at a
that we chose
the gown of the

designer now in-
a number of
of pink and
range from



the

After “The Day”

More and more brides

Left: Full wedding dress in em
these proidered pink brocade,

days must plan and budge their
trousseaux with
thought. They welcome the ‘trans-
formation’ dress,

care and fore- dresses, perhaps in satin

read embroidery

maids
with silver th
bodice

on
which is easily the











of the West Indies Cricket converted after the wedding into If you decide agamst a trans-
Team to Australia flew in from an evening dress. This is done by formation dress, have you con-
Trinidad _yester- means of detachable long sleeves, cidered a crinoline? A London
lay by B.W.LA removable boleros, and aprons designer, who specialises in luxu-
gand is staying at which do double duty as capes. rious crinolines, now makes them
the Ocean View For this type of dress, it is wise for fridal wear. He suggests iv
Hotel. Mr. Merry to avoid satin, and best to choose gychye satin, embroidered b
returns to Trini~ a material that is young and ap- fand with pearl bugles. The de-
dad on Thursday propriate for wearing at dances. gion on the skirt outlined with
“4 Sal Rees. Organdie, tulle, net, brocade make drop pear! fringe, and the neck-
me t of GordoA exquisite dresses which, with |jne is outlined with the same
ant fo Prini- clever designing, look well both fringe and a veil of silk tulle
; dad. This trip is on, and after, “the day strewn with pearls ;
[ a business visit MME. RIVERA SCHREIBER (left), wife of the Pernvian Anibassa- To illustrate the design clearly, If, on the other hand, you feel
s “sin the interest of dor, went to the Venezuela National Day reception at Claridge’s hotel. we show two views of the dress vou want something particularly
his firm. wore a gown of dove grey 1 ind a picture hat to match. With —before and after transformation. .oung and fresh, yet another Lon-
Cc. A. MERRY her is Mine. Sosa Rodriguez, wife of the Veneznelan Ambassador, As wedding dress it is completo gon designer suggests white tuck-
He and other members, of the wearing a gown of black lace over taffeta and a yellow straw hat. with long-sleeved bolero, full eq organdie with a pale blue sash
W.I. team are due to leave Trini- train, and headdress, (Illustra-
dad at the end of August for Aus- if d tion left.) As evening dress it is Headdresses
tralia via England. Farouk Buys The Nest Hote! Business complete without the bolero, and We have noticed some particu-
“ . oo FAROUK OF EGYPT, R AND MRS. PETER the train has been levelled off. larly attractive styles for head-
Planter in St. Vincent expected in the South of MORGAN arrived from Trin- The brocade has an _ all-over dresses in London recently. seer
. sw in France with his bride in the next idad yesterday by B.W.1.A. Mr. honey-comb design. The bodice the floral variety—white camel-
ye aor eee 7 ae few days, has bought villa_in Morgan is in the hotel business, ih is boned, is encrusted with lias, marguerites, lilies of the
from St. Vincent yesterday nionoco, It is culled Le Nid (The and s formerly in Puerto Rico peading in pearls, silver bugles valiey, or the traditional orange
ROTTS by B. G. Airways Ai 4 Nest). ind the U.S, and cabochons to tone with the blossom finished with satin, tulle
short visit. Mr. Reece who is @ “ane villa was ihe property of For the past two months how- material, (Illustration right.) r organdie.
Barbadian is a planter = St Mme. Bleriot, widow of the pion- ever they had been in England. Leoking for something more
eee een per eer airman who made the first air They arrived in Trinidad last Crinolines jramatic? What about a small
House. ic staying with hig crossing of the Channel, flying week by the Colombie. They The same designer has also pill-box of white bridal satin,
oie ae men ‘tei from Cslais to Dover on July 25, a - th Viscount and range of dual-purpose brides- veiled with net?
-in- z SIS oa * 1909. icountess Dangan,
and Mrs, W. Eric Dash of Enters “"Bleriot’s study has been main- Mr. and Mrs, Morgan are guests
prise Road, Christ Church. ae 4 tained unchanged ever since his at the Marine Hotel. y
a brother of Mr. Sydney Reece of 7. ath in 1936, A smock which he Reunion George Malcolm Thomson Reviews the New Books
Navy Gardens. wore while working hangs from a FAHE QUEEN’S COLLEGE Old
Pakistan Embassy ee Girls’ Association are having F Pe N O L’:
\so TeAN COR, saasticr of | Comings And Goings a. inane alcraon tA Kew Notes On L’amour
Mr, and Mrs, B. C. Cox of RA) ARCHIO TAPPIN Avite of | Sucen se eae: seer eee On te
Mr. ' a 3 ‘ afternoon will be o netball match
“Hamilton”, St, Lawrence is in Dr. Tappin left on Sunday Past vs. Present (From the Frenchman who al- 30th Melanie and
Barbados on a month’s holiday. by B.W.1.A. for Puerto Rico en rs oo * ways kept his head). y disappointed. Stendhal
She came in over the week-end route to the U.S. on holiday : Incidental Intelligence LAMIEL, By Stendhal. Turnstile went off to Moscow with the
by the Lady Nelson from, Canada. Returning on Saturda: from "JFVHE only woman who ever Press. 9s. 6d. 191 pages. Grand Army.
“Jean works at the Pakistan Sominica by ‘he Lady Nelson was wore a veil well was Salome. When Napoleon was beaten at
Embassy’ in Washington as a Nurse Annic Edwards who had —Walter Florell, IN an international novel cham- Waterloo, Stendhal was drink-
steno-typist. been ihere on two weeks’ holiday LES. pionship, the Charterhous” of Pat- ing coffee on the Piazza of St

THE
















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ADVENT RES OF

















from France. Stendhal, who wrote
the book in 52 days, is thought by
the best
the best of French novelists.

real name

ma would be the seeded player Mark in Venice. It did not pre-
vent him from writing a brilliant
description of Waterloo in one of
his novels.

Ruined by the fall of the Emper-
, he went to Italy pursuing wo-
men and literature, with some
success and indifferent scruple.
Engaged to write a Life of Haydn
he found it easier to produce an
unacknowledged translation of a
German work. At last he became
French Consul at Civita Vecchia,
where he was bored and lonely.
He thought the police were watch-
ing him.

He composed epitaphs for him-
self, eg, “He respected one man
alone, Napoleon”. In fact, when
he met his idol he decided he was

a vulgar poseur. His final epitaph

of French judges to be
He
is read by hardly anyone else. or

It is a pity, for Stendhal, whose
was Henri Beyle, is a
writer of the profoundest insight.
His misfortune is that he com-
bines two qualities that go ill to-
gether; a dry style and a romantic
temperament.

He said that every morning he
reay the Code Napoleon to “catch
the tone” of that perfect “style.”
It was thought to be one of his
jokes It was the sober truth.

In the midst of passionate
action some piece of exact obser-
vation comes into his mind which















HE finding of a horse nine 4 deflates the emotion and increases was, “I lived, wrote, loved. And
feet up a tree (only four of B } ‘ i HE W re y ewe By Beachcomber the realism. One of his heroes true there was never a moment in
which feet were the horse’s) : kills a man in a duel, he rushes the life of this burly bright-eyed
seems to have puzzled the fire E _ to the mirror to make sure that Frenchman with the compressed
brigades. Even more curious was 2 tree in Berkeley Squat », with demand was accompanied by a his good looks have not been spoil- satirical mouth, but the rustle of
the horse found seventeen feet up @ rider on its back—a Mr. Hop- pamphlet called “The on ae ed by a_ knife-wound. Such a petticoat was to be heard some-
. liffe. ation of Wholesale Valu be T touches please a few; disconcert where, not too far off.
CROSSWORD It transpired that the lady, an will encourage eens © more. As each victim succumbed, he
eaeee a m4 ote ae ub eee nates wb oka of sak * wrote her name on his braces.
among 1e «branche as she was an) e who is suspecte <~ ” omit » arae senti_
on her way to visit an unele in ing a duleimer. One way to avoid oe the nearest he got to senti
the Shires. She climbed up, but trouble is to make the parts in In the Charterhouse, Count. afar writ S110 5 " .
could not induce the wayward nag Turkey, send them to Holland to Mosca, the subtle Minister (model- ot ee ee -
to accompany her to the ground. be sembled, and then go over led on Metternich), concludes his. oo reer 1€ Wan FUCKER y mace
Having no desire to on a there to play the instrument. The advice to his micztress’s ne celebrated by an ecstatic review
r nistress’s nephew, written by Balz: His ene s
branch, she mounted the horse, best way to get it into England about to enter the Church. itten by A1ZaC is enemies
y rs late he horse was is to take it to bits again, pack swore that he paid Balzac hand-
Two hours later the horse was i a i ‘ 3 ) “Believe or not as you choose
lowered by crane, but Mrs. Hop- the bits in tins labélled R but never raise ata chiestoa somely for it. “Outwardly he Te-
liffe was overlooked in the excite- imported Swedish Fancy Crab, Do not yield to the temptation to mained indifferent, saying, "I shall
ment. By repeatedly crying and have them addressed to the shine, be morose; discerning be read about 1935.
“Miaow!” she attracted the atten- London Docks, eyes will see your cleverness in ®
tion of a fireman, who threw het (“Sir, I think Mr. _Mibstone yours, and it will be time
{a bit of catsmeat. Eventually she em be i oot ne rn enough to be witty when you This amorous adventurer never
pemped on to a blanket held by ptont hs 1is workshop is on : are he ,archbishop.’ ; ventured into wedlock, though he
our charwomen ght. 7 -0ol irony and _ intellectual had one narrow escape. He de-
uF : The Narkover lacident weight | are a combination that voted a whole book of reflections
aie The Penalty Kick S° | complicated have conditions many find unpalatable. It is easy to the subject of love. It tells!
1. Whee. We coun ha according ae | become at Narkover that yes- to see what Goethe meant: more about its author than about
5. Made, (8) VEN the most hardened fol- ty a house master was arrest- “! don’t like reading Stendhal. He its subject Samples of its wis-
8. Tuber peel at the masthead. (4. ‘ lowers of ballet seem to be eq, | father dressed up ‘8 extremely impertinent. I re- dom. “One can acquire anything
5) perplexed by the production of for masquerading hake you to buy all his in solitude except character.’
1l. Likely tooth grater, (4) Vaselin’s “The Penalty Kick.’ Rev Bit fect 200KS. “Pruderv i ‘
F 2 . “prefec rudery is a kind of avarice,
12. Rothing to. member | of the The central incident, when the : the 1s-inspector” Stendhal was born in a family the worst of all.” ? |
13. Eager for a drink? (7) rejected nymph kicks the centaw h inked” out ton it of magistrates in Grenoble in |
> al Daper fashion. (4) ; on the shin, is described food-jnspector. When the 1783, and, aged 10, learned with The heroine of Lamiel (unfin- |
18, Batch mountain ravine. “By se inartistic and blatant. One criti: a ctie, a t Ave | fer history ‘ae liveliest approval of the exe- ished novel bearing the emphatir |
19. Fifty to one, (4) writes; “Tumbelova delivers. the wt mn ; . ae ' ; cution of Louis XVI. His instinct stamp of his genius) is concerned |
a foe eee 14 Across on ths (5) kick more in the manner of ere ee a ind +h Ons ,, was vight; the age of Napoleon with the question. ‘What precise- |
92° You yas Exeepe Gave. tithes this |Hotspur forward than a spurned 10 enukee of interlopers, a “ suited him beautifully. He fought ly is love?” Her portrait is based |
year. (4) nymph, and though Serge Trou- the place of the history mast ". at Bautzen as a lieutenant of on Giulia Ranieri, an Italian girl |
Down tserin receives the kick with ‘ »> had been locked into a cellar dragoons, noting in his diary ; of 19 who alarmeq Stendhal (aged
1. Bank cars in these. (3, 5) graceful pirouette, the whol y ra -iouts, was taken by “We saw all that one can see of 47) by a declaration of love. The
2. Where the burden lay ? (4) affair, in spite of clever produc croupier who had escaped during~+q@ battle—that is to say, nothing.” authority on love asked two
= gig p ekee (Ss) saaeiar 316) tion, is obviously outside tl id on the school gaming-house ? ; months to think it over. proposed
. eath it oa Ae eee thenhntnie. Go Prigge- . ; ene . . : ;
5. Buck up! (5) range of ballet-techni: 2 Goal- My, Nubmore,, the by no means in- The rest of his long military marriage; was turned down
$ ace a” may be Indian. (4) posts and Soi would ee { cause of this anarchy, has career he spent im the commis- The novel traces the develop-
iB Die kG rea het ft (ey oF Wansaenih . The man tat is ih cacahagle a win an hea ek There was an_ interval ment of Lamiel from a Norman
le en recover y gra pee: ; per } from the schoo ire aheac when pursuing an actress named peasant into a fashionable cocotte.
15. War Office advert eit ? (4) Paul Nochneez, the choreography i y a =f; eedt rnc asal a fas 2
16. Prous uhish cope ad ae ad thea cea the montage by Said Smart-Allick, “if you can‘find Me saree oar he went off to World Copyright Reserved
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The News; 10.10 p.m. Interlude; 10,15
p.m Macbeth 10.45 p.m. Festival in
Britais



OTEST TURNED DOWN

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 16.

It is reported in Trinidad that
the Secretary of State for the
Colonies, Mr. James Griffiths, has
turned down the Parliamentary

Opposition Group's protest against
the prorogation of the Legislative
Council by the Gov ernor last May
nn

GLOBE

OPENING FRIDAY
Plus:
SUPER STAR SHOW

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A Desperate
Killer-Kidnaper
Loose In...



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Starring

WILLIAM HOLDEN
Nancy Olson: Barry Fitzgerald

LYLE BETTGER - JAN. STERLING

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yaks ScneeMER + FUDGLUIN mart
Screenplay by Sydney Boehm
A Paramount Picture



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TUESDAY,

JULY 1i,

1951



BARBADOS ADVOCATE








‘No such thing as_ the . . » Therefore there's Morrison! foreign flagu ut fruman” A Persian —By Allah
Anglo-Iranian Oil Com- no head of the Anglo- Seeretars of a tenth rate Alban i aristorrnt can ignore an iy
pany—TI ignore it! Iranian oil plant — I Power—ignore him! ? s-haberdasher !
ignore Mr. Drake!
séilatasiimiaulighaadaael — antes



U. N. Delegates Get
Free Passage To Kaesong

By ERNEST HOBERCHT
KAESONG, July 16.

The U.N. cease-fire delegation had complete freedom of
movement in the cease-fire conference city on Monday, in
compliance with U.N. demands.
Jeep and truck convoys of the U.N. rolled into Kaesong
this morning without white flags and without being halted.
While the conference was in session I walked around the
City. It is badly battered by war. I rode in the third
vehicle going into Kaesong today, and saw only two armed
Communists military police while en route. It appeared
as if the Communists are complying—so far as the eye
could see—with U.N. demands that the city be demilitarized
and that the U.N. delegation personnel be given freedom
of movement. I saw about 30 Communist soldiers in a
company, about five were armed.

The UN» has ‘agreed that the
Communists will police the city.
Two of the Communists with guns

were sighted near the Conference
place and were very embarrassed



Gairy Allowed Two

Days In Trinidad

KINGSTON, July 15.

Eric Gairy, the Grenada politi-
cian and Labour Leader, arrived
to-day on a week's visit to have
talks with Bustamante and Man-
ley, but declined to say on what
topics. He said that he wanted to
stay in Trinidad longer, but the
Government gave him two days,
and two other islands, which he
refused to name, refused to allow
him to land,

when they found that they were
being photographed by UN civilian
photographers. They took off at
top speed across a field, with cam-
eremen running after them, and
snapping pictures.

I saw several other soldiers in
houses in Kaesong. They may or
may not have been armed. When
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy,
senior U.N. delegate, came out of
this morning’s session at approxi-
mately 1100 hours he told this cor-





respondent that the U.N. delega-
tion had had the floor all morning,
He said that he expected the Com-
munists to have it during the
afternoon,

The Communists asked for a
two-hour recess from 11.00 a.m.
to 2.00 p.m. The afternoon session
lasted 55 minutes and the Com-
munist delegation including Gen-
eral Nam Il Nam El posed for the
U.N. and Communist photogra-

He did not attempt to meet
Gomes, when in Trinidad as the
believes he is not favourably dis-
posed towards him. He said that
conditions were settled in Gren-
ada,- but the strikers were being
heavily fined, imprisoned, and he
feels that this might lead to
further and more serious trouble
in the near future.—(CP)

Cane Crop Exceeds
Factory's Capacity

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. GEORGE'S, July 16.
With this year’s sugar crop still



El smiled once slightly
during the 10 minutes that Com-
munists posed inside the confer-
ence room. The Communist
delegates, for the most part, how-
: ever were practically expression-
being reaped, the Grenada Sugar jess. Nam El has a strong military
Factory Ltd. has announced that appearance, and in the language
it is faced with an estimated of an U.N. Photographer there
supply of c2ne on the 1952 crop, “jie looks plenty rugged.”
far in excess of the factory’s Chinese Communists and North
maximum capacity, and it iS Koreans had about a dozen photo-
therefore compelled to limit pro- graphers and correspondents here
duction accordingly, thus necessi- for the talks. The New China
tating an allocation of quotas to News Agency correspondent who
each grower for the coming crop. said his name was Tang, said that
The factory is capable of they arrived on Saturday.
handling a maximum of 30,000 He said that the New China
tons of cane in a crop year, where- News Agency, the Communist
as it is reliably estimated that nC pews service had sent two top
less than 45,000 tons may be pro- men, The Communist newsman
duced for the 1952 crop. Tang said that, “about two months
Growers have been asked to ago.” he talked with the captured
register with the Company not ‘iated Press photographer
later than July 31 stating acreage, Prank Noel “somewhere in North
cultivation and estimated 1952 Korea.” —UP.

production. Quotas will be based
TUG COSTS $30,000

on 1950-51 deliveries.
‘From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 16.
Costing $30,000 without its
(From Our Own Correspondent) engine, a new 40-ton tug which
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 16. Sir Gerald Wight made, was
The Government of Trinidad launched recently by Lady Wight.
after the fullest consideration has The tug was built by Tugs and
found itself unable to accept the Lighters, and is the second larg-
new proposed prices of British est tug buiit by this company, It
Guiana rice. The matter, will is made principally of local lum-
therefore be determined by arbi- ber and was built to accommo-
tration, said Hon. Albert Gomes, date the expanding service of the

Minister of Labour. company within the harbour.








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U.K.-Egypt
Dispute

@ From Page 1

ade, because no ship even resisted
Egyptian customs orders. The
Empire Roach, however, accord-
ing to the Egyptians, refused to
halt in the Gulf of Ataba, was
given a warning shot by an Egypt-
ian corvette, and then was boarded
by an armed party of Egyptians,
searched and detained.

On the other side, Britain ac-
cused the Egyptians of “illegal
and unwarranted interference with
the movement of shipping through
the Suez Canal, and further
flagrant violation of international
law.”

Egyptian’s President said that
by the middle of next month, “cde-
cisive action will be taken—maybe
unilaterally by Egypt—-to abro-
gate the 20-year, 1936 Anglo-
Egyptian treaty, under which
Britain still maintains a foothold
in the Canal Zone and the Sudan.

The U.S. offer to use her good
offices in the Anglo-Iranian con-
flict, is also part of this country’s
policy to restrain Communism.
And the entire Western world has
become increasingly apprehensive
at the possibilities of Communist
expansion in the Mid-east. It is
well known that Communist
chances to seize continual power
will become greater if the Anglo-
Tranian tension is allowed,

—U.P.





Indian
Commissioner

For London Talks

NEW DELHI, July 16.
Informed circles say that Sir
Archibald Nye, the British High
Commissioner in India, is flying to
London for consultations with the
British Government on existing
relations between India and Pakis-
tan. Nye left here last night by
British Overseas Airways, and his
departure was described officially
as being connected with “routine
consultations”, There was no offi-
cial comment on Pakistan Prime
Minister Liaquat Ali Khan's state-
ment on Indian troops near Pak-

istan borders in East Punjab.
Informed sources said however
that such movements must have
become necessary because of per-
sistent talks of a “holy war” in-
dulged in by Pakistan leaders and

the Pakistan press. —U.P.

Gondoliers Strike

VENICE, July 16,
Hundreds of gondoliers went
on strike today. Gondoliers pro-
tested to city administration that
motor boats not only seriously dis-
turbed traffic especially in smaller
canals, but with their competition
left it impossible for the oldest
eategory of workers of Venice.
The strike was called when the
city administration refused to
grant the subsidy which would
help gondoliers and declined to
limit the number of motor boats
used for public transportation.
Gondoliers claimed that waves
raised by sweeping motor boats
eventually will damage the
foundations of the city’s centurie
old buildings. —U-P.













1MERICAN COLUMN:

Answer, General

NEW YORK, To stand—l7s. 6d.





Some time in the next 12 month
General of the Eisenhower EVEN in a roaring heatwave
will have to take a momentous Ethel Merman’s good-natured

musical ribbing of the American
decision, Ambassador to Luxemburg, Mrs

Pearl Mesta, in “Call Me Madam,”

accision.
It will not be a military
1 it neern the Atlanti



it wili not




armies which he is now & putting out the standing-room-

patiently welding at his Paris ly notices nightly. And if you

headquarters feel like standing it will cost you
But if he decides the answer !7@s. 6d,

is “Yes,” then, it would mean thot
the pact organisation would have
to seek a new Supremo.

G.L? No, soldier
THE ARMY is tired of the
phrase G.I. So its Chief of Public
Information, General Floyd Parks
sends out a circular to all com-
mands telling them to drop it.
G.I. is a slang term, says the

For, quietly gathering power
like a rising storm all over Ameri-
ca is the move to nominate Eisen-
hower for Republican (opposition





to Truman) President at next Circular. Henceforth, the army,

veal’S momentous election. when speaking of anyone in the
: army, should call him a soldier.

G.I. came into general use after

Significant developments come America entered the last war, Th«
thick and fast. Governor Thomas initials stood for General Issue.

Dewey of New York State—twice A soldier, says the dictionary, is

defined as “a skilled warrior,” anc
never before in history has
soldier so richly deserved this
definition.

an unsuccessful contestant—has
taken himself out of the field, this
time by saying he will back Fisen-
hower. And Governor of Penn-
sylvania James Duff, also hotly

tipped, has done the same. Truman tells



Rumours are seeping round ONE HUNDRED college men
Washington that the general has Who are visiting Washington to
already taken the decision—-aga learn something about Govern-

ment service, dropped in to see
President Truman, and the Presi-
dent told them: “I have been try-
ing to find out all about the Gov-
ernment for the past 60 years—

that it is Yes.

In the indicated
No. But he never did it with suecn
crashing thoroughness as_hard-
bitten Civil War General Sherman.

past he has

Said Sherman: “If nominated, [ but I've still got an awful lot to
shall not run. If elected, I shal learn.”
not serve.”
Laughter and tears
Building is cut
“PEOPLE like to weep swect
THE QUARREL grows more tears.” This was the firm belief

bitter on whether the Govern- of
ment’s sharp curbs on lending are
doing good or not.

Crities say that Washington has
caused a baby depression by in-
creasing the amount of down pay-
ment required on such things as bla
cars and refrigerators and short- Tr:
ening the time to pay.

David Warfield, a great figure
of the American stage, who ha
just died at 84,

But first he started out by mak-
ing them laugh. For ten years he
acted in burlesque, wearing
ck frock coat and a_bowle:
mmed down over his ears.
Then David Belasco saw him in





1900 and decided that the rela

Now the house-builders join the tively unknown young comedian
chorus. They say that Uncle was a great actor. So he starte:
Sam’s credit curbs, plus an ab- him on Broadway in “The Auc-
sence of mortgage money from ioneer,” a play written for him

the banks and insurance coimn- As with all great

panies, means fewer new houses./ Warfield put tenderness behind
In San Francisco housing pro-'the knockabout—and Broadway

wept when it was not laughing.

comedians,

jects t 2,000 have

reason.

alling homes

been abandoned for thi

|
If you like Scotch... |

AMERICANS, usually regarded

extrovert and optimistic, can
also be worrier

it worri them that there are
4,000,000 confirmed alcoholics in
the nation, and 700,000 in New
York City alone. And it worrie
them mightily that thousands ol

millions of dollars are lost every
year through absenteeism, and
the arrest, jailing, and treatment
of the elbow-benders.

So another organisaticn ha
started out to try to tackle things
It is made up of lawyers working
hand-in-hand with public health
official

Colonel larold Riegelman,
chairman of the new organisation,
says jailing drunks is as “barbar-
ous and futile as imprisonment



for insanity.”





|
|

The refinery co-'t |

ore ME!

Londen xpress Service

REGISTRATION
OF VOTERS
CONTINUES

(From Our Own Correspondent
ST. GEORGE'S, July 14

Work of the 91 Enumerators to
compiling a preliminary Register
of Voters for the Octeber general
election here has confounded the
erities of the Electoral Office’
publicity given the ten-day re-
cording period.

Out of an estimsmted populatio:
of 78,000 at the end of last yea
33,446 have been registered in
this initial drive and the figure is
likely to be considerably higher by
the time of revision, as last weer
at an extraordinary session ot
the Legislative Council an amend
ment was made to the Electio
regulations which removes a di
ibility that rendered many in-
eligible simply because they hed |
not resided six months at the dat»
of enumeration in a particula: |
district whereas they were reside

PAGE THREE





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RATES OF EXCHANGE

CANADA

TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1951

62.3% pr Cheques on
Bankers
Demand Dratts
Sight Drafts
62.3% pr Cable
60.8% pr Currency

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. BROADER TRADE
BETTER LIVING

Since the war, lack of dollars if the sterling area has meant many
trade restrictions and shortages. And these, in turn, have had a
serious effect on British West Indian trade—and so, on you.

Now there is a change for the better!

Because Canada is purchasing an increasingly large amount of
British goods and services, it is possible, now, under the British
West Indies Trade Liberalization Plan, to impor! many items from
Canada which you haven't seen in quantity for many a long day.

Pleasant news for you ... and for us!

A return to more normal trade with Canada should be as natural
to you as breathing. After all, we are traditional trading neigh
bours. Canadian East Coast fishing craft were a familiar sight in
your ports nearly 200 years ago. They brought in dried fish and
took out cargoes of sugar, molasses and rum, And, as sister nations
in the British Commonwealth, we have many mutual interests.

So, now that broader trade for better living is possible again
we suggest that, as of yore, you make Canada your first source
of supply ... your first port of call,

B.W.1. Importers please note

Under ‘he B.W.|. Trade Liberalization Plan, Canadian suppliers
with a history of expori to The British West Indies during
1946-7-8, are now eligible to ship quotas of approved
products for 50% or 334% (depending on categories) of
their average shipments during the basic period mentioned
obove. We suggest, therefore, thot you--

(a) get in touch with your established Canadian suppliers.

(b) get in touch with the Canadian Trade Commissioners
regarding items available and possible suppliers,

TRINIDAD, BARBADOS, WINDWARD AND LEFWARD
ISLANDS AND BRITISH GUIANA
wr. T. G. Majer

Cared'ar G wment Trade Commissioner








43 1. a? St, of Spain, Trinidad
tAMAIC BA (ND BRITISH HONDURAS
M A." Polover
Conc ! Trade Commissioner
Caned ammerce Chambers

1, Jamaica







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PAGE FOUR

BARBADOS

BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1951


































ADVOGATE

ECRET tals comes out to hide the facts



No Nk umah |



_reehieeenteesd | of what wel wrong under= | | BROADWAY DRESS SHOP
= 1951 ie : ;

July 17,

LAND USE

before the House of

Assembly, Mr. F. E. Miller, Member for
if St. George, asks the Government to pur-
chasé Drax Hall plantation of 700 acres
and to divide it into lots of one acre each

A SMALL SHIPMENT OF

AMERICAN DRESSES

«BROAD STREET

Tuesday,





In Russia —

LONDON, 4th July, 1951 |
THE between Britain’s colonies |
the of Soviet |

that under |2+USsia was spoken of by the Minister of State |

system inecompetent!for the Colonies, (Mr. John Dugdale), at aj
safe from the

THE WHEITENALL |
UMBRELLA...

‘I have known the Act to be
used to stave off that greatly By t
feared penalty—publicity’ rs es

IN an address now contrast

and “colonial government”

TEL. 3895

point out




penalty le fe Ashbridge Coil
ile stes amilies t Be . . they fear ‘nhoatexthe disgrace oF onference at Ashbridge College.
ns sae aapee ne et “FOR goodness’ sake: do not Chapman Pineler pulite. parse
ile it must be admit that there is print what I told you about those .. sision a huge pile had been | The Whitehall Umbrella cues itas ; Sai a
a great pressure on the land and severe | 0Micials,” said the director of the Siiowed te. eoliect. Sora, bi be evil enough if it confined iteeit| Britain, he said, had been visited recently | ss ALABAS g INE pe
- pain cet big building firm as T left his Lon- which at the worst mi explosions. | But it is widely | hy the leader of Government business in the |
land hunger in this island, to cut one of | don office yesterday. “We cannot killed one worker i! used to protect officials in more



afford to offend the Ministry of many more. eful branches of Government

Works, and remember, the project service.

is graded Secret.” POCKET CARTOON
So the Whitehall Umbrella by OSBERT LANCASTER

Gold Coast—Mr. Nkrumah. Anyone who |
doubted whether Africans could assume posi- |
tions of responsibility must have had their
minds set at rest when they met him. There
were indeed few men of any race “who can |
come straight out of prison to assume the |

the largest productive plantations into un-
economic lots would do violence to the
economy of the island,

The object of keeping plantations up to
full production is to provide employment
for the people; and the first essential to

The ideal FILLER for repairing damaged surfaces on Plaster,

: Walls, Birch, Wood ete:
It was the chief of a pharma- r . .

ceutical firm who urged me:
“Plea withhold the fact that we
could get no official medical sup-
port for importing the new Ameri-
can drug. We cannot afford tc
offend the Health’ Ministry.”

siinaipaninpaa linens abil

shields its own—and the word
SECRET finds itself the guardian
of inefficiency, not of security.
This is no isolated example of
an officially backed clamp on the

For inside and outside use,

Can be washed or painted over.

nt aes inieicaaeniaaenesiaenioatanne asians



i 7 oy > i isi 7 is “ a m t ; . ot
determine whether the divi ion of this land pacts. This ominous admission—“we |r e1"8 of Government without showing a trace
, © , f \ 7 y . ® ® y Mis man § admiss = e
will be advantageous, is to check whether The inquiry into the cause of cannot afford to offend the|of bitterness against those who imprisoned | § ae
the land is in full production and employ- pe - eae s ee at the Ministry”—is becoming a_ basic | them,” 1% Neg RAWEL PLAS a ic
: : . oya rdnance ‘actor é siness r any fr snter- ; |
ing the number of people required to the Bridgwe ster, Somerset, oa Bye ae Sehuaten Mt oltect "Se ts lt An Asbest 1 1 ul ded f
, men were killed, ended yesterda shi -eprimi Thitehal! ‘ i) n Asbestos p ugging compound, especially recommende or
acreage. as it began—in secret, ~ 4 Pe Wais Gunels the’ banding | low differeut all this was from Colonial | fastening Screws in Stone, Concrete, Brick and all types of
, No one could ever suggest that the pro- irweds Guihnes mutters. Government in Soviet Russia. “Imagine the | masonry.

Cover-Up

WHAT chance is there that the
public will ever be told the full
facts of the disaster?

Precious little. Supply Minister
George Strauss has already trotted
out the standard statement that

“inquiries of this sort are not pub-
lished because they are largely
technical and often have a good

prietors of Drax Hall plantation had not
been using the land advantageously and
so to divide it into lots would be a dis-
service to the island.

It has been proved time and again and
has been the subject of commissions that
small holdings in sugar cane cultivation
can never produce the quantity or the

consternation there would be,” Mr. Dugdale
continued, “if an Armenian, imprisoned for |
anti-Soviet activities, were released and

firms can afford to endanger by}â„¢ade Chairman of the Council of Ministers,
complaint this huge source of! of Armenia. )Â¥
revenue, k

Even firms not working for the
Government feel they
in favour with officials

The radio industry, for instance,
derives much of its income from
Government contracts for radar:
gear and guided missiles, Few

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; | deal of secret matter in them.” * : raw materials and licences SSS BSS". a, hf
quality of crops such as are produced by 3 “ But surely, Sir Septimus So almost every manufacturing}Of education their children should have, or ,
the large holdings. And as far as Barbados But is there anything to pre- the Academy must realise that PEPE PCP REE PEEL PPE PPP PPP PLP A POE POOSHS

concern now depends in some way; how much taxation they should pay and what X

on the good will of bureaucrats 2 E

should be done with their revenue ? Anyone ¥
in a Soviet colony who asked for those rights ¥

vent publication of the main find-
ings of the inquiry report aiter
genuine security matters have
been “blue-pencilled” out of it?

their best chance of selling
most of this little lot is to get
people tight!"

is concerned there are no really large plan-

tations comparable-to those in Louisiana,

Reprisals Fear
Cuba and Puerto Rico whose acreage is




~
, There is: The long-established ‘s Fs On November 14, Behind the slogan: “We can-| Would get short shrift. Yet in the Gold Coast x INTERNATIONAL PAINTS, LTD.
counted in thousands. availability of the Official Secrets ntists were watching a ; i anc >] istry” |thev alreadv have ¢ j j i
If it is the intenti ea aaa 3 nats Detua oe a cover-up for new rocket being test-fired at a hot afford eng Aint already have them and in Nigeria they |
‘“n uals e in ote “i e 2 ress to the shocking blunders which such Government research station. consequences might follow open | Soon will.” '
nd land for peasants who now have none, inquiries sometimes reveal. They knew that the experimen- Criticism of the activities — or ; THAT COVERS
) é xperimen- * e-o48 +
the mover would be well advised to turn And if there is no blunder to ‘#! fuel might explode. But they inactivities — of Government) Wy vii ter declared that a peaceful revo-| ae Sener
: a $y -cietripd Hi tl land:c4 t conceal, it is surely unfair to felt safe as they watched through officials. : f : € I PAINTING REQUIREMENTS
CYES ao Sear Ree, Lhe > SAG As everyone to conceal a report the thick armoured-glass windows Proof? The chief of a big air- lution was taking place to-day in British
’ being made full use of. There are in the which proves it , fitted into the concrete wall of craft firm asked me to withhold Colonial Africa [$
i Leeward parishes, several plantations I can support this charge ot ‘heir safety chamber. ed fa iat a Covenant Hane : id
: arisnes, 5 - writing about a Government blun- |} |
. ; wrong use of the Official Secrets The fue i » 2 — wi » Whdndise 4 oul > ‘air a
which are not in full production and there | Act with cases on which I have pares ee epee — he teceia be unfair) «tm whatever direction you look”, he said,
} is also some land owned by the Govern- eye-witness information, eral of the watching men and “Africans are finding a change in their whole!

seriously injured others. These Ministerial mistakes, ;

‘: . § rockets in a small room at an of which were not published— only by the officials responsible! ,, ‘ ;
Joseph and in St. Lucy, which while not ordnance factory during the war. revealed that the window frames but by the firms working for|lives in the new factories. In the countryside | O [ J 7
5 ore : : : The cordite somehow caught fire. holding the armoured glass had them.
suitable for cane cultivation might possibly | (he coum Sots the bulldint was been so insecurely fixed in the 'iiven when firms suffer injury | ‘Mey are being taught to use new methods of |
* support other crops, but which are uncul- a roaring furnace. concrete that the explosion blew and indignity from such blunders cultivation and to take care of the land. New,
re Ae ime ‘ . hem clean ou with tragic »y take pains st > facts : . ae =f
tivated at the present time. If the results of the inquiry consequences. pan a pee S00 a Constitutions are being granted to enable the |
Any suggestion for taking away lands into the accident had been pub- reprisals. African people to have a greater say in their | : ll
merely because they belong to absentee | lished a gross breach of the safe- So They're Safe a ha cian ‘uel wean | Whether you need paints for walls
. Pa ty regulations wou ave been O > é r 1 . '
roprietors cannot’ be supported on eco- revealed. My purpose in making these expands—and the word Security ; ‘
- . - ds - The workers should have taken disclosures is not to suggest that embraces the new and dangerous “All this presents a great opportunity both or woodwork, inside or out... for
nome grounds. the cordite to an unoccupied some scapegoat must be brought meaning: Safety from the penal- req ee I 6) bp y
: building every time they collected to account for every error made ties of failure, to Africa and to Britain. Together we can - ;
g ever; y to acer : 8 lab d ]
ONE WAY “ a trayful. But because of faulty in a Government department. —L.E.S so develop these great countries that the elaborate ecoration or economica
THE institution of a one-way traffic standard of life of their people can be raised : .
scheme for Speightstown will be followed ; beyond all expectations. At the same time| coating for factories. or
: P ° Fs’ Yes fie « bi
with interest by the rest of the island. It Hie lived like a Cheyney hero. an: his name was— :we ourselves can get more and more of those

ment which is lying fallow. There are
other lands, notably in St. Andrew, St.



is proposed that vehicles on leaving Road
View should turn off the main highway
and travel Round-the-Town and_ into
Church Street or up Dist. “E” Station Hill.
To continue from Road View to Heywood’s
must be by way of ‘Round-the-Town’ and
Church Street. These restrictions are lim-
ited to Mondays and Saturdays during the
experimental stage.

It is strange, however, that the High-

: Recognisi f > *heyney ‘rime and wrote brisk, authori- “am a1 : = 9

ways and Transport Authority and the inetinnk cae scliedvios Pg vhs tativ e articles on murder and . There is a0 need to remind Sey Es of the %
Police can find time to institute traffic formula of his novels—there were mayhem for newspapers and ee that Northern Rhodesia % :

: - : . ei about 35—varied only in time and magazines. is making to the Empire’s copper suppl It is
regulations in Speightstown when there 1S space. Their mood remained re- In 1936, when he was 40, his first will be greater still ve on t PP a t % x
crying need for something to be done with | markably consistent, novel. This Man is Dangerous, pci & en transport and other § 3

¢ fie p e i appeare s chief character was SNortages ar E i
regard to traffic on the Wharf and in Broad | tn A hard, urgent atmosphere of Rees, cael ern ek ah ges are overcome And the list does ¥ Tinie Mark x
Street. The time has come for a portion mystery and sudden death, Chey- in Dea faction eka Renata fnot end there. Sisal and tin, diamonds and %
7 art . a i ne whisky drinking women tg Phe ni 2 . rice sang. | Palm-oil, cocoa and z0ld—a
of the Wharf Road to be shut off from conscious heroes-—Lemmy Ceution, pe ana ya * ele aa mere aie C 1 ial A. ; S do-oll sonie iat of
through traflic and;the remainder made a Slim Callaghan, Aloysius O Mara Aenea Pr Althouen Chatnes ta ‘sh Colonial Africa, Most are coming out] %
an . q - s. leyney | in as 4:

one-way street. ee ea celts ees eantacdieesoone nowklan. @iuL ar ae ppohiens as we develop the %

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In other countries”access to warehouses jor the Black Market could pit Oe eer er ane OTe Vey aoe SOUR. 3 N
is restricted to thse employed in storing lagainst them. United States with his American-| wmpore js too, a chance of finding , % 3
or removing merchandise, In Barbados The merit of his novels was weaet WITH A FORMULA born wife, % aed » & chance o Bnding many |% %
readability and their aim sus- ; Two Books A Year more minerals — though British Colonial |‘ —_—_——— x
anyone can walk up to a warehouse where | pense. How successfulky Cheyney Peter Cheyney “5 4 nis| Africa does not seem likely to be one of the 8 %
cargoes are being stored and look on aim- | exploited these vritues can be Belgravia, silk shirts, an elegant , Cheyney used to dictate his} ; . . : .

a ea 2 judged by his claim that one cigareltccholder and’ | momocle POOKS at a steady pace of about] great mineral producers of the world. The For information and advice, consult our

lessly, block traffic, or disturb the progress
of the work. There are occasions when

@ .CASE 1: Workers were
emptying sticks of cordite out of



vicariously, the successful thriller-
writer is almost #& High Priest.
His name alone guarantees action,
excitement and escape from the
believable, He numbers his disci-
ples in the millions, Such was
Peter Cheyney, who died recently.





person in every 30 in the British

Isles, excluding lunatics, children popularity. He

An official inquiry—the results



were the outward symbols of his
liked to identify

which should get the widest pub-
licity, are being hushed up not



PETER CHEYNEY

In an age of seeking its violence By Milton Shulman

However, this career was closed
to him when he was seriously
wounded on the Somme.

The immediate post-war years
were spent writing songs, poems,
and sketches for music-hall artists,

In 1926 he began to take him-
self seriously as an expert on

3,000 words a day
self a target of two novels a year.

and he set him-

way of life. Many are moving to the towns
and starting work for the first time in their



raw materials that are vital to our very exist-

ence — and get them, too, without using
dollars.



“Take cotton for instance. Nigerian cotton

fields are expanding. She can supply us with ;

an increasing amount of the cotton we have
to import to-day from America. With our
help she will be able to do better still.

C.D.C., for example, is now prospecting for

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ee a te, be ae under 14 and people over 80, himself with the physical prowess These streamlined methods *ended coal in Southern Tanganyika, although the |»
goods or weer in ee ns bought a book of his every year. of his characters. to produce books that were re-|deposits at present indicated are small com- % >
in warehouses when porters, clerks an fe tae : ai markably alike in tone and con-|.. 3 an Mg 5 »
lightermen are porepitled to pay attention He Sold in Millions eee proud of his ability at tent. But it was obviously just ys with those at Wankie in Southern |< DA COSTA & CO.., LTD. — acents %
on ¢ , i encing, pistol shooting and jiu- ywhat his ic wanted. hodesia or Wi i i y
to the safety of passersby rather than ex- | Such statistics flowed easily from jitsu. He used to smoke Keay mine ‘ritics have ; nen + a pen meee JVs
. ; ’ a man who realised that to write cigarettes a day, and claimed he i Ri ; ‘tere os | eee not emphasise to you what effect it] Resececsoooosooeesecooneneeoeuseesetes %
iti >» work. D his re g 8 : ‘ ; ache ohh 5 compared him to such writers as VOCPRO9SS SPSL LLA LLL LAPD
pediting the work. Despite this care a |a aol was one thing, to sell it, could drink as much whisky Edgar Wallace and Robert Louis} Would have in East and Central Africa if coal
pera : “ : cP ve - ios another. any of his heroes—no inconsider- <“5* = ae ' Fo : 2 YPPPDISSSSSS99ISP9SOS IOS SOO FPO POSSESS SSSS9SS989F
clerk at one warehouse was seriously in Here was no simple, artistic able feat. Stevenson, Cheyney professed little] were found in sufficient quantities. ui gh aatas ae taah tect
jjured recently when he had both legs |soul, self conscious and reticent concern about what they thought

ae Phas le about the selling power of his Born in London of him. One of his pet hates was x
broken by a puncheon of molasses. aren, 7 any review containing the words.| “This” great economic advance can only 8
Motorists too take the Wharf as a “short He used to publish certified Peter Cheyney was born in Lon- The Last of Mr. Cheyney.

statements by accountants to don in 1896 and his early educa- Now that has come

ht jing take place if there is political advance at :
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cut” when Broad St. is busy and thus add prove the sales magic of his tion, devoted chiefly to shorthand true, many a_ tedious railway the same time—so that the Africans feel that

to the confusion on that highway. ne vor Givask - ee ent eee sear oer oo anny a oa developments are not being carried out by x
It is to be hoped that the Police and ihe copies of his books and in an- short spell as a repertory actor ay i oe Petar o neers Se Britain over their heads but that they are x
‘ panes nein 9 : . : other 2,500,000. His target was Was interrupted by the 1914-18 : . :

Highways Vepartment will not forget that no fewer than 5,000,000 buyers war, when he applied for a Regu- t® while away the sluggish hours. taking part in them themselves. The past

WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S.

Bridgetown as well as Speightstown needs a year. lar commission, He once said that
traffic regulations reached it. he thought soldiering was his real
ane resuie a A luxuriously-furnished flat in’ profession.

"ae And

He probably never five years have indeed seen great political

‘developments in Colonial Africa.”

They Sold
Too Much
In 1689





Then He

Vanished

Caught?
What happened to Frederick B.

Lloyd between those two mar-
bothered much about his youth. riagus® Did sanoethsing vest up



PEP POE ACO S

* Taxi!

er

a suite at the Savoy Plaza. His
life had followed the classic
American pattern for he was a
poor boy who had made good.

ernard Wicksteed continu-
ing his caste-histories of men
who never turned up again.

three weeks after the disappear-
ance and asked for food.

in America are seldom questioned.
it is sufficient just to be a success,
Lloyd was one. So no one
No Ransom




































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Some people have good reasons On the day he vanished he had ; The — Rr Peo ee If they — they might have on him? Or did he try to get HERE 8 C - aan
for wanting to disappear. Fred- lunched with his firm’s legal because they ought he mig found a clue. back to his early days? T was a time in Britain] % J 2
crick Brochwel Lloyd, a wealthy adviser at the New York Lawyers’ have been kidnapped, but no one = Qne man who did know some- He was a sick man when he when it was an offence to] % heck f P On These Tasty Bits 1!
British oil man, apparently had Club, Afterwards the two of Ccemanded a ransom, thing of his early days was disappeared. His doctor had told] give overweight, ‘ Fine qd anadian A Hody Builder
none. . Yet on the afternoon of them got in a taxi, and the One of the wilder theories was Lloyd's chauffeur in England, him to go carefully. Did he sud- s FOO % "
Octeber 22, 1936, he vanished in lawyer was dropped at the firm’s that Lloyd had been spirited Mr. W. E. Watts. The two often denly crack on that taxi ride| The records of Kingston-on-| } 3ARLOVA
York taxi and has never offices. away by the Nazis. He was said had long talks on their drives “North on Broadway” and de-|Ihames, open to the public from] ‘* Canadian Cheddar Cheese Builder of Strength
en again. As he got out he heard his to have sold Hitler a secret pro- together and Lloyd told him once termine to go back to a former|July 18 to 25, show that a number * Canadian Cheddar Cheese ec B &
companion say to the driver: cess for recovering aviation petrol that he was taken to America end more carefree life? America|of tradesmen were prosecuted in| % Grated in Pkg. Blend of Milk and Egg
Lloyd was 63 and head of an “Go north on Broadway.” And from oil waste and it was sug- from England as a baby and is a vast country. It would be] 1689 for using weights that were] $ Canadian Mill fed Chickens $1.22 16 oz. Size
oil business worth half a million that was the end of Lloyd the sested that he had been taken began to work at the age of nine. easier to vanish like that over|too heavy. g Smoked Waddock Quick Cooking Macaroni
pounds; he had een happily cil magnate. But was it the end to Germany to make the system At 14, he told his chauffeur, he there than it would be here, ’ Fillet Sole 15c. per } Pkg.
married for 32 years; he hegi com- of Lloyd the man? work. “ ‘ 1 ran away from home ne went What, was the event I've missed Visitors will see the Saxon Coro- x Cod Filleta :
m d no crime that anyone His wife, who had been ex- At all events Lloyd was legally to work in the oilfields of Texas. cut in‘the story? In 1948 fifty |oation Stone and documents dating A ae’ y , — e
] of; his affairs were in good pecting him back for an early resumed dead in 1944, Walton At 19 he got married. keys were stolen from the office|‘rom the time that Kingston was x eencat a ¥ egetables in Tins
! ; and there seemed to be no tea, thought he must have lost Oaks was sold and Mrs. Lloyd The oil firm he was working , New York lawyer. They|the seat of Saxon kings. ° SYGheass in "Tins Libby Mixed Vegets .
ther woman.” his niemory, but there was no ‘came a recluse. She died in a for at the time lent him £100 to belonged to trunks, deed boxes, I x , F $e ¥ Mixed Vegetables
trace of him in any hospital. I York hotel in 1945. set up house, and he spent it all and f deposits containing} “™ong documents is one with] % ERESC QUITS | Ro
Eng land he owned Walton The New York police thought That's the story, except for one on the honeymoon documents about the Lloyd estate. |the seal of Hugh Herland, Richard Fa Cae i Kale
Oak with 300 acres close by he might have been murdered more event which I'll come to Who was this girl? It couldn't rhe follov 4 in unidenti-|iUs “beloved carpenter,” " g Carr's Cré “ker
lton Heat Golf Club in and _ robbed. They circulated ment In the meantime have ut Mr l who the lav ston resident, who des & < arrs Cre |
He ke 20 servants and 20,000 copies pf his pic ler ahother poss 1 Ne At were back inbuilt the roof of We % Dr
there. description, but the only clue Perhaps he did mean to di t ( sarance hi And they were. Could timbers for ® 1
Classic Pattern they got was a st ry that a m after all. } they had arried that man have been Frederic nr # “sighbo * Phone
erica, to which he re- who looked like Lloyd called at BS IO ss $2 years, 1 1 that B. Lloyd? ston. &
ti every autumn, he lived in house in Ringwooc d, New Jersey Past live of recessful me Lloyd ried. ee ed + 3999999069



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TUESDAY, JULY 17,



Baby Murder Case Opens

1951



Ten Witnesses
Give Evidence

TEN prosecution witnesses

gave evidence at the Court of

Grand Sessions yesterday, in the case in which 65-year-old
Ruby Layne of Richmond Gap is charged with the murder
of her daughter’s female child.

The case is going on before His Honour Sir Allan Colly-
more. Mr. W. W. Reece, Solicitor General, is prosecuting for
the Crown and Layne is represented by Mr. E. Malone.

Layne is alleged to have thrown
her daughter’s new born baby into
a pit on June 13. Today five wit-
nesses will give evidence.

Mr. Reece outlined the case to
the jury before evidence . was
taken. He said that the baby was
Mabel Layne’s, Ruby’s daughter,
and a man named Vere King.
King and Mabel were living to-
gether about two years,

King had gone on his business
when the child was born. Ruby
Layne who lived in a house at the

side of King’s, came over soon

after the child was born.
Evidence will show,” he said,

“that the child was born in a

basin. Shortly after the birth, the
prosecution is alleging, Ruby, on
discovering what had happened,
took the living child and threw it
into a pit some 20 feet from the
house.”

She then removed all traces of
the birth.

In the case there was no ex-
pressed malice, but it would be
shown that malice was implied.

Medical Evidence

Dr. G. Stoker, the first witness
called, saiq that on June 15, he
attended a child in the maternity
ward of the General Hosiptal. The
child was about three days old
and there was a bruise on one

knee. It died of pneumonia which
it had contracted for about 48
hours.

“A child thrown into a pit as
soon as it was born,” he said in
answer to Mr. Malone, “might live
for five or six days.”

It was surprising that there
were no more injuries besides tne
bruise since it was alleged to nave
been thrown into a pit. He be-
lieved it could have been more
likely placed than thrown.

Dr. A. S. Cato was the next
witness. He said that on June 16
he performed a post mortem
examination ona _ female child.
The body was fairly matured.
There were two small superficial
pruises on each knee, There was
no evidence of any break of the
skull but both lungs were con-

gested and consolidated with
pneumonia.

The heart and abdominal organs
were normal and there were no
fractures to the limbs.

Pneumonia

“From my examination and from
consideration of the circumstances
of the case,” he said, “I am of
opinion that death was due to
pneumonia.”

It took at least two days for the
child to have contracted the pneu-
monia.

To Mr. Malone he said that if
a child immediately after being
born was without water for two
days, one would not have expected
it to be a hundred per cent, but
there would be nothing radically
wrong with it.

One would have expected a
child which had been thrown into
a pit to have more bruises, but a
child could stind a lot of buffet-
ing.

He would have expected traces
of the after birth 48 hours after
it had been there.

Dr. Reader was the other medi-
cal practitioner who gave evidence.
He said that he atvenaed Mabel
Layne on June 15. She had re-
certly delivered a baby.

Gwendolyn Hackett of the
Maternity Home, Bank Hall, said
that on June 15 a female child
two to three days old was brought
there by Cpl. Shepherd. The child
was suffering from shock. She
gave the child a_ stimulant and,
going by the doctor’s instructions,
6ent it to the General Hospital.

Something In Pit

Elaine Collymore, a nurse of the
General Hospital, said that on June
15 she went to the Maternity Home
in an ambulance for the child. She
took it to the Hospital. Gertrude
Holder, Charge Nurse, received
the baby.

The last nurse to give evidence
was Anetha Seale. She was the
night nurse on June.15 and she
said that she saw the child at
hourly intervals throughout the
night.

Cpl. Shepherd of District “A”
Station who was stationed at
Black Rock on June 15, said that
Vere King came at the station and
made a report that day. He accom-
panied him to Richmond Gap.

“King pointed out a latrine to
his house and carried me to it,”
he said. “Something was in the pit
which appeared to be a child.
The fingers on one hand were

P.C. 397 Forde and he removed
the wooden closet. Eugene Smali,
a woman of the district, came up
to the scene about that time and
he lowered her into the pit. Small
took out the child and handed it

to him, The pit, he said, was a
dry pit.
He carried the child to the

Maternity Hospital.

He searched about the house,
but he saw no signs of the birth
of the child. He took statements
from Vere King and Ruby Lane,

The police van took Mabel
Layne to the Hospital and Ruby
accomparied her. About mid-
day Ruby made a statement to him,
He



wrote it down and read it
back to her.
Arrested
The statement was that Mabel

was 20 years old and had had a
child about two years before. She
asked Mabel what had happened
to the child she had lately had
and she said she did not intend
doing what had been dene.

“While I was waiting on Dr.
Cato at the Hospital,” he said, “I
saw Ruby Layne again. I talked
to her about the child and she told
me that it was she who threw the
child in the pit. At that time I
did not suspect her and even after
she told me that I did not believe
her. I thought she was trying to
cover her daughter and took no
action,

After the post mortem was per-
formed, he saw her again, arrested
her and cautioned her. She said
nothing then, Inspector Springer,
Ruby Layne and himself went to
the police Station.

To Mr. Malone he said that
Layne entered the station about
2.15. p.m., and the statement was
taken from her about 5.10, In-
spector Springer, another police
and himself were discussing the
case for more than two hours.

Mabel Layne, said she was
twenty and lived with Vere King
for more than a year. She had had
a child on May 30 about two
years ago,

Crying

She then gave evidence of how
the child was born, but how she
did not know that a child has been
born,

Her mother, she said, carried it
out in a basin which she covered
over and returned with an empty
basin. Her mother told her not to
xv out that she was going out an
would return,

She asked her mother where the
thild was. Her mother said that
she had heard a crying.

She told King at the night what
had happened and he said it was
too late to tell the police,

Eugene Small was the last
witness to give evidence yesterday.
She said that she was passing near
King’s home on June 15 when she
saw Cpl, Shepherd. Shepherd
lowered her into a pit where she

took out a female baby she saw
there,

Today more evidence will be
taken.



Playing Field Gets
Sweet Lime Fence

The publie are now kept off the
Princess Alice Playing Field by
barbed wire and within a few
months their view of the playing
field will be cut off by a sweet
lime fence which was being plant-
ed yesterday.

The barbed wire runs along the
north, east and south boundaries
of the playing field. The fence is
being planted on the immediate
inside of the barbed wire to the
Reef Road side.

About six people were at work
putting the playing field into shape
yesterday. A few men were mould-
ing up a new cricket pitch. The
old cricket pitch whith Sir Alfred
Savage took the first knock on has
been done away with. A woman
was pulling up bush and unwant-
ed grass,

A water hose lying on the ground
was throwing its spray on the
tennis court while a dozen sheep
walked up and down the pasture
cropping the green grass.

Schoolboys and girls spent most
of their lunch time on the playing
field playing rounders and other
ball games. Along the coast, fine
white smoke was rising from
refuse which scavengers had
dumped there and set on fire. ;

Two ever green trees one on eacn
side of the pavilion are growing

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moving. well under their wire cage.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

F lying Fish Season Ends:

Potfishing Starts

THE HOUSEWIFE, who for the past six months or more
has been planning fish courses with flying fish, dolphin,
albacore, kingfish and even shark will now have to rely

upon breaming and potfishi



Shorthand
Results Bad

MANY of the shorthand papers
at the last LP.S. examinations
held at Combermere School under
the supervision of Mr. C. B. Rock,



F.1.P.S., assisted by Mr. J. M
Crick, J.P.. A. Graham and F.
Stuart were exceptionally bad,

the Examiners reported.

The results came to hand over
ihe week-end and were long de-
layed since one envelope was
missent to the Bahamas.

The examiners also pointed out
that although there were as high
as 70% error in the shorthand
papers, those who passed did ex-
ceptionally good work.

The results are as follows:

THEORY

Cecilia Tudor, J. Hinkson, B. Harris,
B Jones, S, Clarke, (Miss Ione Weekes)
O_ Burke, E. Jones, A. Jordan (Mr
LF Nurse)

Dorothy Coleman, Patricia Warner
McD. Haynes (Private)

C Pinder, G Jemmott, G Blenman
Miss M_ Linton)

J Taitt, G Goodridge, C. E. Gilkes,
(Modern High School)

a Selman, C. Norris, (Miss M. How-
ell)

Vere Rouse, V. Rock (Mr. FJ
Brathwaite)

T. Davis, S. Brathwaite, (Major J
Gibbs) .

E. Nurse, (Mrs



W. Gibbons); V. Gibbs
(Mr. H. Archer); DeCourcey Marshall,
(Mr. K. Sobers); M_ Bellamy (Mr. LS
Richards); D Collymore (Miss i
Boyce); M. Larrier (Miss A. Skeene);
S. Weatherhead (Mr. V_ Southwell); M
Doughlin (Mr. A. C. Best); J Bynoe
(Miss B. Layne)
SPEED
6o W.PM
CE. Yearwood, F. E. Reid (Mi M
Howell)
E. Blackett, M. Codrington, M. Mas-
eall (St. John’s El)
B. J. Warner, Sheila Knight, Thelma

Smith (Private)

N. Boxill (Miss Linton); D. Richard,
(Mr. E Mahon)
J. C. Grasnam (Mount Tabor E I.)
oO WPM
J. Billing (Mr. F. J Brathwaite)
ELEMENTARY
TYPEWRITING
MISS M. HOWELL
H. Bowen (D); K. Brewster (D); A.
Armstrong, J. Alleyne (D); C. Norris
(D); W. Hope

MODERN HIGH SCHOOL
J. Arthur (D); J. Humphrey (D); N







Trotman, G Night (D); G. Goodridge
(D); S. Amey (D); C Gilkes
MISS LINTON
C. Corbin (D); C Smith (Di; E
Roach (D); C. Pindar (D)
MISS L. WELCOME
A. Williams, I. Boyce
ST. JOHN EI
H. McCollin (D), G Yearwood
Mr LL. F NURSE
O. Burke (D); S. Skinner (D); Hildred
Worrell
V_ Rock (D), (Mr, J. F. Brathwaite);
A D._ Moe (D), (Private); Da Costa
Denny (Mr V_ Rouse); G. Walcott (Mr
L. Reid); K_ Beckles (Mr. R. C. Brath-
waite); B. Gall (Mr. P. L Reid); E
Gay (D), (Christ Church Boys’ Founda-
tion)
ae *
INTERMEDIATE
MR. J. F BRATHWAITE
G Sargeant, O. Kellman, E. Lynch, !
Trotman
MISS LINTON
G. Jemmott, C. Lovell, C. Bovell
ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
A. Doyle, L Williams
MR. U R SMITH
N. Miller, C Bynoe
E Hewitt (Mr. N. Worrell); Patricia
Warner (Private); P Branch (Mr H. I
Bell); A. Jones (Miss M. Howell); C
Headley (Mt. Tabor E I )
ADVANCED
MISS M. HOWELL
Jj Broome (ist), G Barrow (D), P
Mayers, P_E Reid (D)
MISS IONE WEEKES
B. Harris (D), J. Hinkson (D), E
Grannum (D)
PRIVATE
J Warner (D), L. Phillips (D)
E Byer (D) (Mr. N Worrell); V. S
Collymore (Mr. G B_ Bascombe)
CLIFFORD GITTENS, a
year-old radio operator of
Gills Road, St. Michael, was
charged before His Worship Mr.

H. A. Talmea by the Police yester-
day with posing as a policeman
while in the Ideal Store, Broad
Street, on July 13, The case was
adjourned until July 24. Mr. E, W.
Barrow is appearing on behalf of
Gittens.

The charge goes on to state that
Gittens posed as a policeman for
the purpose of escorting Anthony
W. Nicholson, a cashier of the
Ideal Store to and from several
cashier desks on July 13.



ON HOLIDAY IN B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGE'S, July 14.

Mr. Royston Lall, Science Mas-
ter at the Boys’ Secondary School
here since January, 1950, has left
the island for his homeland, Bri-
tish Guiana, on a short holiday be-
fore leaving via Trinidad and the
United Kingdom for India on a
four-year science scholarship
awarded him by the Indian Gov-
ernment, Mr. Lall holds the Lon-
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three weeks and flown a total you leave when you like. They

distance of 23,600 miles. cover the west coast. i

ft spent 120 hours 5 minutes in his quick picture of American

one aircraft, made 20 landings and motoring as I saw it in a week |

take-offs’in 16 countries. left one big “anti” thought I con-

ng. . \nd what is the thing that fess. I objected to feeling like an
‘ The majority of fishing boats sticks most in my memory after ant among so many busy, fast-
have been hauled up because suc trip? Why the incredible moving ants. For most cars look
with the approach of the hurri+ motor-manpower of America. alike, and there seems to be no
cane season—roughly July to From the air an American city individual pride of ownership on

September — it is hazardous for jgoks like an anthill that has been the roads.

fishermen to put to sea in their suddenly disturbed. The ants are TAILPIECE: The Americans
shifting ballast boats. the cars, the hills are twined with like our British cars. Not as sec-
In addition to this the majority clover-leaf roadways carrying an ond cars, but for good hard work
of them are only covered by in- unbroken, quick-moving stream An American commercial travell-
surance up to the end of June. A of traffic er gets seven cents a mile for his

few, however, are covered by in-
surance for the year »and
eatch red fish—snappers, for
most part.

ihese
the



Potrishing brings in a wick ar- ye
iety of fish, but only a small per
centage of housewives know the a
best of these fish. Those that do ha
can make a dish that is claimed ab
by those that fancy them to be
tastier even than the bigger fish.

Chubs
Best known among the potfish



are the chub family—the blue chub
and the marble chub, Then com¢





grunts queen’ mullets, scnool-
inistresses, ning-nings, rockhinds, ‘
pudding fishes and barbers.

Some fishermen are lucky to
catch in these pots an occasional }
shell fish, sea crab or lobster

These pots are generally weight-



ed and dropped near ti shore ¢%
and landmarks are used to locate
them. They can be seen from the
boat with the aid of a glass-box

that is a box with four sides, glass
at the bottom and an* open top
where the fisherman looks through



mé

cat









Lake



SINCE ihe beginning of June, Istay. You carry your own baggage ,
have travelled round the world in in, there is no food served, and!

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a country
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Those Cars—Yes.
Something ‘To Leave |

ae

You Breathless

By BASIL CARDEW

where

turns out
you expect
But

>» See
up from Long

ove

expre

sway
i. Three

to downt
lines of

a single
a million
to see a
many a
island on
ywn Man
cars sped

ast at 35 to 40 miles an hour.

a Bank Holiday on the Ports-
mouth road, cars stretched as fai
ahead as one could see.

\ Cadillac bumped the fellow
read. Both drivers stopped. In
time a thousand cars behind

> jammed and snorting a horn



phon
Posts Hit Often
Along the expressway were high
mp-posts made of wood. They
e made of wood because they
e hit So often and its cheaper
place them that way
t ilf-mile or so a standard
down, replaced temporarils
pole and lamp. After week

by







end revels,
no-parking expressway often looks
as damaged as the wooden Span

b

said a patrolman, this

after he has placed the box on ish Armada beaten by Drake
the surface of the water with the As we approached a new two-
glass side touching the water mile tunnel, we passed a_ con-

The more ambitious pot fisher- vertible that had just biffed hard
men make pots four or five time nto a limousine, The bumpers
the size of the ordinary pots and ved th saloon, but the con-
they calt these buoy pots. These vertible’s front was concertinaed
are set. much farther away from “Too t said a big fellow in
the shore and they cannot be seen the large on. Then he drove
from the boat. off.

They are recognised by the aid He w within his rights, Fo
of buoys painted white which float MY American companion told me
above them. ' Once the fisherman that it is the man who does the
is on his mark his glass box will bumping that has to stand the
pick up the white painted buoy racket. And there is no compul-
floating below ai.d after “creeping Sry car insurance in the United
the buoy”’—drawing it up with States.

a pronged piece of iron called the | Nearer town we passed hun-
creeper. dreds of second-hand cars in

These pots catch a bigger type Yard lined up for resale. I no-
of fish. These too catch the rea “ced good-looking Buick con-
snappers, cavalli, huge conger eels, Vertible, 1950 model, priced at
bigger types of chub and small 800 dollars (£285). In Warren-
sharks. street it would sell for £2,000.

= 2 There was a Cadillae 1949 tabbed
Small Variety at 900 dollars (£312). In Ruston-

The smaller variety will sell yoaq it would fetch more than
for eighteen cents per pound but ¢ 2,000
fishermen ask and generally get bt ae
the same thirty cents per pound Sheot First
for red snappers if they catch High-speed motor-cyclists fol

them in their pots as the fishermen
ask when they hook them











lowed us as we drove. They were
not so keen to stop speeding. But
they



Very few people are fortunate were waiting to hand a
enough to obtain the small fry ticket and a 15-dollar fine to the
caught in nets around the coast 8UY wh¢ viteched from one traflic
and the jacks and johns, a bigger !ane to another,
species of the jack family, “What happens if you refuse to

Sea cats can be got from fisher- Stop for a cop?” I asked
men who grain them in the rocks “Then he will first shoot at your
off the coast and even a few tyres,” said my companion,
conchs are dived up at times. In Manhattz the walkers ask

The seine boat is fast disappear- ed for trouble just as they do in
ing but it used to provide many London. They stepped out in front
pounds of cavalli, bonitas, blue of our bonnet without a thought
barbers and mackerel, The few for the 35,000 people killed in th
that remain make a good contri- United States last year and another
bution but they do not go too far a: ilion injured, (Comparative
around and some housewives do U.K. figure 4,000 Killed and
not even know of their existence. 250,000 injured.)

However for the housewife that 1 California, where every man,
has the time to search them ou!, wi and teenager has a car.
there is a tasty and interesting +) run 10 per cent. of all the
variety of fish to be had round the 40,000,000-plus cars in the United
coast during the intervals between States motorin even more
the flying fish and sea-egg seasons fabulous. On Sunset Boulevard in

Hollywood we searched two miles

City Site Set
Up For Sale

THE site of the buildings



used to house the Bridgetown Ice
and Cold Storage, The Crown
Mineral Water Co., the grocery
business of Messrs. W. A. Med-
ford and the Manhattan Club in
Prince William Henry Street, is
now being levelled to be sold a:
a whole or in lots. wt
The site is the property of

Messrs. Evelyn, Roach & Co., Ltd.



n

an

4 The winking amber or re

in tunnels when the

for parking space
sut these points
when driving in America:

appealed to me

L The danger-free absence of
cyclists in streets choc-a-
kk with car
9 The intolerance shown by
police and drivers to th
sish crown-of-the-road motor-
8 The cops who urge you o

speedo-

ter is already showing 40 mile

hour;

They purchased new premises for lights at night to mark
the Bridgetown Ice and Cold crossroads ahead, but you don’
Storage and decided to demolish have to stop if there is no traffi
the buildings. ‘ about; and

The stone work, timber Motels—those night st ;
wood work of the old build 5 : { or





were purchased by a Mr. Springer
for the purpose of demolishing
and clearing the site. This work
started in April and should be
finished by the end of this month.

The site was offered for sale to
the Government through the
Commissioner of Police to be
used as a parking lot, but this wa
not accepted by the Government.

80: Still Going Strong



STANDON, Hertfordshire, Eng-
land Seventy years ago

80-year-old Joe Whitaker joined
the village choir. Singing beside
him now are his and ww
grandchildren. ~(CP)

son





PEACHES per Tir 48¢,
IRN 7 48c
69¢



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where you clock in and see

one

to

1

(

j



AVE h



10,

» throughout

your

HEPHERD & €0., LTD.

11,12 & 13 BROAD STREET

motoring. With a big American
car it usually costs him 5% cents
a mile. With the smaller British
ears this is cut to under two cents
mile
And, of course
talks.—L.E.S8,

the bank book



olice Band Move
Into St. Cecilia
Herracks Tomorrow





THE Police Band will be mov-
ing into their new barracks in
Passage Road tomorrow. These

barracks will be named St. Cecilia

Barracks after the Goddess of
Tusic,

Formerly a residence, the bar-

} were up to recently, use

a dance hall, popularly know:

Club Willow.

he grounds are being prepare:
the Band Cadets and _ the

building is now receiving the fin-
shing touches,

Casuarina trees, hibiscus and
other shrubs are being planted
The building painted in green anc
white, looks very attractive and
imposing at the end of an avenu

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THEY ARE THE BEST







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¢ resembling a count H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. . Agents a
There is excelle ace le
én “wesllsuie fae tee Dena io BEBERBeBEeaBaRs a
actice as yell as f . 1 ving
ay rere: There ate alan. vemet 09999990 POSER POLLS ST
le gardens at the back of the %
premises and each man has been %
bus aring his l lot.
“The - Peal : ina of R Police MORE AND MORE MEN
told the Advocate ssterds that
when the Band leaves Central ARE CHANGING TO...
Station, its present quarters will
be used to relieve the congestion
which exists in the Police Bar- 4 i SHOES
i DAILY
Fire At Belleville

Shortly after 1 p.m, yesterday
fire broke out at the home of Mrs
Kenneth H, Bourne situated at 6ti











Avenue, Jelleville, The’ Fire

Rrigade received a report about

140 p.m. and went to the hous¢ e

only to find that everything was

iarhin, guvonge ty dea rhea Was HERE ARE THREE OF THE MANY VERY GOOD

not great. REASONS FOR THAT SUPERIORITY :

SHIPS’ NOTICE } e

__ ALL ships in the zone 10 to 2( %

oe ze 8 ‘s West have aa % (1) “K’ SHOES are made from the finest leathers

Singh ti Lorie conediien baece: % obtainable. Both soles and insoles are hand-
igth between July 16 and July | tested for flexibility and accurately graded

17 the hours 3 am. 6 am., 9 > by skilled craftsmen.

m,, 12 noon, 6 p.m. 9 p.m, and * 2
dnight 5, * * . woe 2
A cablegram to the effect war | (2) THE UPPERS of ‘K’ SHOES are selected,

received at the Harbour and : hand-cut and matched by experienced crafts-
Shipping Department yesterday, 1% men with a care that no machine could
JUDO GIRLS 3 imitate.

VANCOUVER Police consta-| % fends See ‘ss
bl here are instructing 30] % (3) ‘K’ SHOES are made over the famous ‘K
pretty girls in the art poe! ee 5 PLUS FITTING LASTS with the heel-parts
The girls are . , tnug the ‘ < te
aa daisies tans ee ost x one fitting narrower than the fore-parts. This
tory to summer jobs as playground x ensures a close fit at the heel and freedom
upervisors. cm 1% for the toes.

% @
NERVE DID IT/ :

CORNER BROOK, NFLD: gee =O Why not come in and be fitted with a pair
Mrs. Jonas Shears says “It's no] of these world famous shoes? We are sure
ocd living in this. world -unies you'll say like all the other ‘K’ wearers :—
ou’'ve got a lot of nerve.” One ,

ol the oldest residents in New- ; en Q
undland, she celebrated her $ “TLL NEVER WEAR ANOTHER SHOE
ws 6 on ‘ x”
\Olst birthday on June 26, % BUT ‘K
(cP)

WORKSHOP ON SEA
COPENHAGEN-—- A Danish
hipping company in _ installiag
hobby workshops in its ships, A
tanker has book-binding
equipment, a darkroom, a lathe

d drilling machine and special
about hobbies. In addition
there is the customary ship's
iry and a sound film projector
ith films, «CP)





ooks





SEE THEMI!

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of ‘K

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HARRISON'S

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Sole Distributors for ‘K’ SHOES in Barbados

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Because they have become convinced



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6 ft 4ins

8ft 10ins

8ft 9ins

TOUCH THEM?!

ELIGHTED _ .

CARPET

Made of Silk
and Egyptian

Cotton
e

Beautiful Shades

x 9ft Sins

$165.54

11ft 7ins

$275.90

x

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$336.00

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PAGE SIX
HENRY





BY CARL ANDERSON

RECEIVING





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MICKEY MOUSE.

BY WALT DISNEY






ANOTHER STAR
FROM YOUR MOVIE!
















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IT’S NOT MY FAULT
IF I'M LATE THIS MORNING

oy THE ALARM CLOCK
DIDN'T GO OFF















THE LONE RANGER
Sia MRS CARTER! MRS, CARTER! COME, QUICK! HERE COME
YOUR HUSBAND AND “THE MASKED MAN, AND “THEY'RE BRINGIN’ PRISONERS,
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JACKSON, YOU OUTSMARTED YOURSELF! HE DIDN'T OUTSMART HIMSELF,
SHERIFF. HE WAS OUTSMARTED
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GO AHEAR LAZARD...
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| MAZARDS GOOD!
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2 TMGOING

OUT!

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NO CONSTIPATION
FOR 25 YEARS

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well as for break-
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TUESDAY, JULY 17,



CLASSIFIED ADS.



DIED

MARSHALL — On July 16, 1951 at her
residence, Roberts Tenantry, St
Michael, Mrs. Mirian Albertha Mar-
shall. Her funeral leaves the above
residence at 4.30 p m. today for St

(ons . —

Barnabas Church.
Merton
and Mrs

Mervi and
Dottin ¢daugmers), Alban,

U S.A), Alma
trig
Sandra and Carl (grand children.)

_—

TROTMAN: On Jitily 16, 1951 at
res'dence Hunte Street—Everyl. Her
funeral will leave the above resi-

dence at 4.30 o'clock this afternoon
for St. Mary’s Church. Friends are
asked to attend,
Rosa Trotman (Mother), Violéne
and Veta Trotman (Aunts), Hya-
cinth and Gene Trotman (Sisters),
Rosailee Trotrnan (Grand Mother)
James Piggott (Uncte)



IN MEMORIAM

BRATHWAITE—In loving memory of my
dear eee Brighton Aubrey Brath-
waite, who departed this life on July
17th 1945.

“Gone from us but leaving memories
Death can never take away
Memories that will always linger
Whilst upon the earth we stay.”

Millicent Brathwaite (wife), Willie and

Eddie (children) and family.

17.7.51—1n.



CRAWFORD—In loving memory of our
dear mother, Elvira
died on July 18th 1940.

Sleep on and take your rest

William, Charles, Meta (U.S.A.),

Genevieve (children). 17,7.51—1n.

Crawford who

LICORISH—In ever
our dear beloved son, brother and
nephew Eugene Licorish, who was

drowned in Florida on the 17th July
1949,
Two years have passed since that sad
day

The one we loved was calied away

Time takes away the edge of grief,

But memories turn back every leaf

For only those who lost can tell

The means of parting without
farewell,

Licorish fatnil,. 17,7,51—1n,

PHILLIPS—In loving memory of our
dear beloved husband and father John
D. Phillips, who fell asleep in Jesus
July 18, 1929,

Asleep in God's beautiful garden
Away from all sorrow and pain
Some day when life's journey is
* ended

We shall all meet you (father) again,
Ever to be remembered b,—

Mrs. Annie L. Phillips (wife),

(U.S.A.), Dina, John (Aruba), Leonard

(sons), Miriam, Gwen, ‘ten grand-

children). 17.7.51—1n,

Rowena





PRICE—In loving memory of our beloved
daughter Daphne Christina Price, who
died on 17th July 1948,

Three years have passed since that
sad day
When the one we
away
The biow was hard the shock severe
We little knew that death was near.
The Price family. 17.7.51—In.

LOST & FOUND
LOST

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series Q.9945.
Finder please return same to Chrde
Craigg. Clapham, Christ Church.

17.7.51—1n.

ncn tina tiatatacoenftniesiagicilew

ONE SWEEPSTAKE BOOK — Mid-
Summer Meeting. Series A-5320 to 5329.
Finder rewarded on returning same to
Advocate Advt. Dept, 17.7. 51—1n

re

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

loved was called











_ POST of ASSISTANT ENGINEER

and ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR,
Electricity & Telephone Depart-
ment, Grenada.
Applications are invited for the
post of Assistant Engineer and
Electrical Inspector, Electricity &
Telephone Department, Grenada.
The conditions of appointment
are as_ follows :—
1. Salary in the grade of
$2,160 x 96 — $2,640 p.a.
2. Temporary cost of living
bonus at the rate of 10% on
salary up to $2,400 and
81/38% on salary’ over
$2,400.
3. Travelling allowance
exceeding $590 p.a.
4. The posi is pensionable.
5. Probationary period of one
year in the first instance.
The applicant should have good
technical knowledge of Electricity
and will be required to perform
any duties in connection with the
running and maintenance of the

not

Electricity and Te'ephone Depart-
ment which the Engineer-in-
Charge, to whom he will be

directly responsible, may require.
It will also be his duty to assist
the Engineer-in-Charge in the
work of supervision of the plant
at the Power Station (including
the Refrigeration Plant).

The initial salary may be at a
figure above the minimum in the
case of an exceptionally qualified
person.

Candidates should apply in
writing to the Administrator, Gov-
ernment Office, Grenada.
Government Office,

Grenada,

28th June, 1951,
13.7.51—4n,



To-day’s G. A. Song

‘EA for
wo

“Can't you see how

happy we would be
With GAS installed



RTE IEES
10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

HEAVY
PLASTIC SHEETING
in different Shades suitable
for Ladies’ Shoe Lops and
Table Coverings.
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SELLING?
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We buy anything connected
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cumulations and Covers,
Good prices Paid at the—

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loving memory

OF

1951



REAL ESTATE
ANNOUNCEMENTS tins Se eee |

_— ee. ieee. A
HOLIDAY RESORTS—Grenadn-Isle of ©

pection t arrangement



modern conve-
Dial







Spices. SANTA MARIA—loveliest hotel 17.7. 51-67 }

in Caribbean. Rates from $7.00 per head . i

per day. GRAND HOTEL—in best resi-; OWELLING HOUSE with 1.e4e square
feet of land situate Cypress Street



dential district under G House

hill. Rates from $5.00 per head: Bet day, St “hae! The house co
SEASIDE INN—On Grand Anse hing }#nd Dining Rnoms, two
Beach. Rates from $4.00 per head :y mucho § dewnstairs
day. Enquiries to D. M. Slinger, ped upstairs

tains Drawing j
bedrooms and
Two bedroom: !
Government water and
26.6.51—78n, | Weht frstalied,

electri





es | Sinilar experience is desirable. Appti- | most cf us have forgotten that ihe

a -anen—sestiatads — ee ahove prbhpesty will be set up fe {cations should be submitted in writing seCo os diss pared fror

OLD HARRISO : sole’ by Public competition at our offic -' giving details of previous experience } =e =. nee aie i ry :

The Annual Dinner will be held at |J#â„¢0s Street on Friday, 2tth July 1981) and enclosing copies of testimonials ana | !ose magic screen initials, M.G.M.

Marine Hotel on Saturday Suly 28th | #42 p.m |@ recent passport size photograph, ana| THREE years ago I met Louis

at 8 pm. | Inspection of application to Miss Cum | should be addressed to Messrs, Da Costa | 7; Mayer at the Santa Anita

Members attending are requested to |™iM# at the premises on Thursday: | & Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 103, Bridgetown.” ane sie ;

notify the Secretary by July 25th. j between 1 and 4 p.m | 13.7.51—6n | Tacecourse just outside Los
Subscription . ide ne tae YEARWOOD & BOYCE, —- — — | Angeles

s OG, _GITTENS, : | Solicttors.- FOR THE HAENGS MEMORIAL |_ He stood in his open box, like

Harsison Collage, - | A RESIDENT MATRON white) /Napoleon surveying the swaying

17.7.51—3n. LAND AT ST. LAWRENCE suitab}»| between the age of 30 and 80 years. rtunes of the battle. His chiefs



for buliding sites, For »p,



fticulars appl

































j
ait Ta aes ae Teh ee a |
PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY to K. FP. Hunte, telephone ¢ os = i
OF BARBADOS se i
—| Members are asked to attend an im-| MHOUSE—A board ied ho i
portant metting of the Society at the | in good condition, two bedrooms electr
Y.M.C.A. on Wednesday, July 18th at | and water. In good re al distrie . |
8 pm Can remain on spot particular: |
H. A. MAPP, apply to Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd.-
Hon. Secretary | High Street 10.7.51—19
17.7.51—2n. | nnn ~
a ~-——/ The undersigned will offer for sae |
PERSONAL jat their Office, No; 17, High Street. |
Bridgetown, on Friday the 20th day of
atten enc> 1 Sly, WG At 3 p.m. |
‘The public are hereby warned agai: A parcel of land containing 5,477 |
giving credit to any person or person: | Suare feet. situate on St. Stephen
whomsoever in my name, as I do not hold Hill, Black Rock, St. Michacl, with tt
myself responsible for anyone contract- Dwellinghouse thereon, called “The
ing any debt or debts in my name | Nest" containing. 2 public rooms, 2
unless by a written order signed by rne bedrooms, with usual offi
HAROLD E. WILLIAMS, | ‘Inspection any day between 10 a.m.
St. Matthias Gap, |and 4 p.m. on application to Miss

Christ Church. | Walton, on the premises.

| For further particulars, and conditions
} ot sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.

17,7.51—2n

FOR



SALE



7.7.51-—8n,
Minimum charge week 12 eents ane | —————————__—- —- ——-
96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 AUCTIV
words 3 cents.a word week—4 cents a) anti dtmainjaenttpata

word on Sundays.

AUTOMOTIVE





UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the
| Insurance Company I will sell on Friday









PUBLIC SALES

»} Minimum
1a e
u

}

| entering for

} whom fall particulars can be obtained

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WANTED

charge week 72 cents and
s Sundays 24 words -- over 24
vords 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays.

is |

HELP

SENIOR OVERSEER at Old Burs |
Pactory,~ Must have previous experience:

Apply in person to F. L. Ward, Old Bury
Fectory, St. Philip 17.7.51—3n,

TRINIDAD LEASEROLDS LTD.
“A vacane exists for a Relief Mess
Manageress Previous experience in
restaurants or hotels or





THINGS happen so_ swiftly
these days that great events are
jtiashed in the headlines aud hara-

y remembered until the next







street,

Already, im less than a week





Duties to be assumed on 17th September |
1851, Appiy by letter by 25th July to
Mrs. De Courcy Boyce, Strathclyde, from

of staff were about him ready to
charge. upon. the Tote windows
when the emperor gave the word
attack.
Film stars smiled at him hope-
| lly, but that giant mind, was on
the four-legged species and couid
not be distracted.
Difficult to convinee them
10.7.51—3n AT HIS invitation, [ went the
—jnext day to the M.G.M. studios,
; Where every girl attendant is an
| American beauty, and where an
awesome silence prevails.

was difficult to convince his
seeretariat that I actualy had an
appointment with Mr, Mayer.
Would I not see Mr. X or Mr. 7
or Mr. A? No, I would not,



S06

17.7, —an

MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED TO BUY
OLD SEWING MAGHINE out of use.
Good prices paid. Apply to Mrs Vaughn,
Corner of Fairchild and Probyn Streets





FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and |
86 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays.





HOUSES One secretary, braver than the

ythers, finally rang Mr. Mayer

Ke « (ON the phone and murmured
FROM AU tar something to him. “You are to go



SILVER WATERS—Silver Sands, dray-| "ight in,” he said. The walls of



ing and dining rooms 4 bedrooms with | Jericho were down,

ee water, garage and servant rooms IN a room almost ‘s big as
Nal 4462 82 Ask Poa testte 34 ’ in
pai ee Tp ah? | Mussolini's in the Palazzo Venezia,

I advanced towards a huge white

a

GRAND VIEW —Bathsheba for October,



j
j rere ; horseshoe desk, behind which
CAR—One . ,| July — 20 at Fort Roya BA: | Nntieoine = we)
See cas cig cor ya running | St. Mich a Tew) ds ori: | November and December me oe stood the great man. We shook
17.7.51—3n, | Saloon Car, 1949 Model. Damaged in ; hands and he beckoned me to a
| accident, (1) B.S.A. Motor Car in good NGRID Hood Road, Navy Garde ae
CAR, V-8 Ford 1934 in good order, good | © 4ition. Terms Cash. Sale at 2 p.m new ontera os "Theda er eacad seat. F
‘dh. kibide ca cine arte go tiercanect VINCENT GRIFFITH, ouse, reoms, draw- Then for 25 minutes he held



St. James or Dial 2175. 15,7.51—1n |
LS
CAR—1948 Dodge Sedan Fluid Drive
ark Blue, in excellent condition.
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Telephone 4504,

Auctioneer.
15.7.51—4n, |

}

| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

14.7.51—6n | The application of Da Costa Brathwaite |













rg room, dining room pantry, kitchen, ies
bath and toilet, garage and out house |forth on films, personalities, eco-
with servants’ room. Furnished or un-|homic trends, the theatre, Amer-
furnished. Apply to Messrs. Yearwood ica oliti n s
& Boyce. Dial 4223 or Dr. E. § | ‘8? polities and film
Massiah Dial 5172. Vacant from Ist

September 15.7.51—6n| He spoke with force and with



VAN—A Twelve H > Bedford | i bel Gap, Hindsbuny Road, St. | ~ rene > ___________._ |} authority, and I listened to the
— welve Horse Power Bedior Michael, for permission to sell Spirit OOMS—2 Cool poms i re) e) j . ni
Van in first class condition, Priced to Malt Liquors, ee at a wall and ponedian water, 10 minutes vente to ih fe anita ~daeigh end without ae eevee
sell. Apply; Courtesy Garage or Dial | building below Globe Theatre, Roebuck | With or without meals, Dial 3356. my mouth, At last he paused.
aii! 17,7.51—In, | Street, St, Michael 17.7.61—t.1..| “You've got a fine brain,” he said.
—— Dated this 13th day of July 1951 . e
ELECTRIC'’L To H. A. TALMA, Fsq “ROOSEVELT” — Maxwell Coast | Famous men came from here
ri Police Magistrate, Dist. “A“ Road. 3 Bedrooms with running water LOUIS B. MAYER is not Amer-
PH#LCO REFRIGERATOR: 944 cubic| Signed DaCOSTA BRATHWATTE, in each, Pully furnished ineluding|icam born. He came from New
ft. Full width freezing chamber, Brand | ; Applicant. | Frigidaire, Telephone etc. Available| Brunswick, that Canadian nur-
new unit. Reconditioned throughout,| N.B.—This application will be con-| from Ist September. Phone 2224, sery of far 3
may be inspected at Leo Yard, Cheap- | sidered at a Licensing Court to be held 14,7.51—3n | SCty Of Tamous men.
side. Apply H. L, Smith, Sandford, | 4t Police Court, District “A” on Monday | ————-—————___ Like his father, he was a junk
St. Philip. 7.7.51—t.f.n. | the 23rd day of July 1961, at 11 o'clock, ‘ Sr ae HOUSE, Br ae = merchant, and there were those
am St ohn, ‘ossession on ugust Is 7} ; Z , m ¢ j
REFRIGERATOR: General Electric Re- | H. A. TALMA, 1951 Inspection on afieent” of the WHO said that when he attained
frigerator 5% cubic feet, 642 months old Police Magistrate, Dist. “A" Tenant. Apply to B. L. Barrow (next|@minence in Hollywood he still
Condition as new, Owner leaving island. | 17.7.51—1n. | door) 12,7-51—5n | dealt in junk,

Price $390.00. Telephone 2459 or 2342,
17.7.51—t,f.n, |

-~ LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE |

KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR—7 Cu The application of Viola Hoyte, holder
Ft. Dial 95-239. 147 51.-t tn | of Liquor License No. 410 of 1951, granted

rp to her in respect of a wooden building
REFRIGERATOR— Kero:





oll burner, at corner of Hart and Chapel Streets,

7 City, for permission to use said Liquor
ner he Apply 8. G. WARD. License at bottom floor of a 2-stores







| Wall building in Hopes Alley, City. \
—-————| Dated this 16th day of July ‘1952
LIVESTOUUK | To H. A, TALMA, Esq..

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
Signed: CONRAD YEARWOOD,
for Applicant
N.B.—This



COW: One young Cow fresh in milk, |
22 pints daily. Apply Seawell Plantation. |

12 7.51—6n. | application will be con-
fe alee — | Sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
'SE—Suitable for Riding, Driving or | at Police Court, District “A" on Wednes-
Dienane | day the 26th day of July 1901, at 11
Apply: Manager, River, St. Philip. }e'clock, a.m,
ve *"14.1.61.—3n. | H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist, *



|
Cocker Spaniel Puppies + 17.7.8

PUPPIES—5
(Red and Whit} Pedigree Stock. Phone |
3y04

14751 —tfin
“LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

MISCELLANEOUS The application of Loletha Stoute of
mate - | Spruce Street, St. Michael, for permission
AMM-I-DENT TOOTHPASTE to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e., at
Start saving your Amm-i-dent Tooth | bottom floor of a 2-store'y wall building
poste Boxes, Within a short while-you+in Neison Street, St. Michael
may be the winner of one of the follows d this 16th day of July 196)









































eoerr-—————

all members please try to attend There



But that would be only a par-

BARBADOS TURF CLUB

FOR RENT tial truth. M.G.M. have many
One (1) 5 ft, Booth Space for Summer | great films to their credit.
Aci ton yt 4-00 per running foot.|" NEW BRUNSWICK ‘not ‘only
Apply to:—
vere G. A. LEWIS, gave Mr. Mayer to Hollywood, but
Secretary. nourished Bonar Law for No 10,
15.7,.51—3n.

Downing-street,

May I add that New Brunswick
is also responsible for Lord Beav-
erbrook, — that Statesman and
newspaper proprietor of whom the
Tories occasionally sing:—

“Why was he born so beautiful?
Why wags he born at all?”

For some reason they put more
emotion into the second line.
He never deceives himself

VAL PARNELL, of the Palla-
dium, has something of the same
gust of words as Louis Mayer.

He is a remarkable man, who
Hatters no one, takes heavy chances
with the caprice of public opinion,
and never deceives himself for a
moment,





PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sunday

HAIRDRESSING NOTICE
Miss RICHARDS of the Eleanor Par-
Jour ‘wishes to. notify her clients that
her Parlour will be closed from the 16th
inst. to 3lst 15.7.51—3n







QUEEN'S COLLEGE OLD GIRLS’
ASSOCIATION
Queen's College Old Girls will hold
their Annual re-union on Tuesday, July
17th at 5 pm., at Queen's College Will













— 00, 2nd Prize $15.00, | To A. McLEOD, Esq., will be a Netball match between Present ca i 4 ani
ti Prue sco yah Aten) bolita dab, tek ae Day and Old Girls, 14751-—~2n || He can be a good companion,

ae aie eit Siged LOLETHA STOUTE — | but there is one subject on which

Ceiling Fittings, in Copper Chromium, Applicant PARADISE BEACH CLUB he never jokes, and that is—
and Chromium Plated, WALL BRACK- N.B.—This application will be con- NOTICE TO MEMBERS laughter.

LTS, Table Lamps, Bowl Fittings, Plastic | Sidered at_a Licensing Court to be held In accordance with Rule 34 the Club HIS) PERSONAL fortune and
Shades, Adjustable Work Bench Lamps, | at Police Court, District "A" on Wednes- | will be closed to members on Saturday In “s 0) re anc
Bed Lamp Shades, “Premier” Electric | Gay, the 26th dey of July 196i, at 1] 2ist July, from & pom that of his mossy Empire depends
Irons, Kettles, Tonsters, and Coffee | o'clock, a.m 17.7.51—5n. | on laughter.
Percolators. E. A, MeLEop. ~ ee eens e-em enemas
THE EMTAGE ELECTRIC oe Ss a Polica Magistrate - . To see him talking to a comedian
7.7.51—2 ; ; aa
| NOTICE is like watching the Prime Minis-

“FARM” POWDERED FULL antes 2 ma * ‘ ter of Persia and the British For-
MiLK—Supreme quelity and only $4.22 | Vi . b Ele ( N THE MATTER OF JOES RIVER | oion: Socretary coh tidal
per S4b tin and $1.00 per i-th ‘tin, | esiry Ve-Eecuion LIMITED ile: Seoretany: tn eon teeenes. |
Get a tin to-day from your grocer | : NOTICE is hereby given that the first| Humour, he contends, is an
or Drug Btore and try the ; best} oy, Frets diate eT Surced meeting of creditors In the above matter | exact science, Just as certain in-

‘ 1 mily size is ereby give ersons i be held at the Office “881s janie mised in é " ae
Pualy aeanarlean PR a eee toe | duly qualified to vote at an election of Rava he oewde Pain meet aden. gredients mixed in a test tube will
the sake of your health and your pocket. | Vestrymen for the parish of St George | town. on Monday ‘the 23rd day of July | PrOduce definite results, so will a
If your dealer cannot supply, phone 2229, | ‘hat | have appointed St. George's Vestry | 165) ‘at 1 o'clock in the afternoon comedian if he can command the
27.6.51—t.f.n, | Room as the place where all such per- ed the 17th day of July 1951 »
ae ____. | Sons May meet on Monday the 23rd day A. DeC BOYCE ingredients.

MASTS—Two 30ft. aerial Masts voit. | 0! July 1951 between the hours of 10 and Liquidator IT WAS he who induced George
of heavy gauge copper wire. Apply| 1! o'clock in the morning to elect two 17.7.51--1n. | Black to bring Sid Field to Lon-
P. A. Lynch, McGregor Street. | Vestrymen for the parish of St. George ion, and it was at the P: lladi

» A. Lynch, 14.7.51—3n, | the places of Messrs ES. Robinson vn ATS ib Wes |S avacium

ste ae RASS iF fiill resianed NOTICE that he presented the greatest
* t a corr MASON, PARISH OF ST. PETER

a — lect corn . PE
eee tee Mee it “immediately | Parochial Treasurer, Applications for one or more vacant
with the aid of “Noxacorn” Antiseptic | St. George. Vestry Exhibitions at the Coleridge | }

Corh Rerhover, Price 3/8 bot. Knight's | 14-7 51.—3n School will be received by the under- j

Ltd 17.7,51—2n. | ~~ ——————- | signed up to July 26th 1951 y
F | didates must be children of Parish- ; r
“NERVITONE ‘WiNE"—We have in| NOTICE joners in staitened .circumstances and

stock *‘Nervitone Wine" which stimulates |
the nervés, enriches the blood and builds |
vigour. |

Re Estate ot
up ni rves of strength an ANNIE ERNESTA PADMORE,
Knights Td, . ree an. | nee SAVORY, deceased
———A EF ASHE Fe A—e—~-———- | Notice is hereby given that all persons
RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing | having any debt or claim upon or affect-
....and we will order for you if we ing the estate of Annie Ernesta Padmore,
f stock . res & Co.,/also known as Annie Ernesta Savory,
payee 5% Any : 4; *6.7.l--t.f.n. late of Wellington Street, in the parish of
+ ala —— | St. Michael, who died in this Island on
CREDCALY STHMA POWDER" is/|the 28th day of January 1951 intestate,
recommended 4 a safe relief for Asthma. | are hereby required to send in particu-
Price 2/3 tin. Knight's Ltd. lars of their claims, duly attested, to the
Stent 17.7.51—n. | undersigned, in care of Hutchinson &
es —_—_- | Banfield, Solicitors, James Street, Bridge-
IEFRIGERATORS, in| town, on or before the 25th day of
ee aN ie a “Frigidaire” | August 1951 after which date I shall pro-
. eo = “Princess”. Also some new | ceed to distribute the assets of the estate
% tabs ” yefrigerators still in stock | among the parties entitled thereto having
Frigidaire "Te latin Lower Broad | 'egard to the debts and claims only of
at our new t 5. K. R. Hunte & | Which I then shall have had notice and
Street. cash or terms, K- 7.7. blemm, | that I shall not be Hable. for assets 80
Or, : “| distributed to any person of whose debt
ay Se oie "| fhent or claim I shall not have had notice at
‘i er TRG bus ee the time of such distribution.
n sizes of 9%, And all persons indebted to the said
steel ae ae ee ace Wiahel lestate are requested to settle their
Enquire Au 'yre , ,

accounts without delay.
gar and Spry Streets. Pee ey Dated this 15th day of June 1951

GERTRUDE JONES,
ah ae Administratrix of the estate of
ANNIE ERNESTA PADMORE,
nee SAVORY
17.6 51-—4n,

HARBOUR LOG

In Carlisle Bay









“ Wallaba Posts All Sizes 6. 8. 10, 12
Good value Apply G. MAYHEW

EDUCATIONAL

NOTICE




































SE HA BLA ESPANOL

ORIENTAL

CURIOS, SOUVENIRS, AN-

20. MAYCOCK, Mary
21. MORGAN, Lols Cecily
22. MOSELEY, Maureen
23. PHELLIPS, Pauline
2 REID, Valerie Fiona
25, ROLLOCK, 'Cicel,
2%. SCOTT. Angela

Adella




Ione
Patricia



Yvonne
Winifred

QUEEN'S COLLEGE ‘ }

The foliowing list of pupils who have tie
gained admission into Queen's College) cya. oon vee tae a gat
for the School Year beginning 18th SeaOnet eth an '* a. ee 5
September, 1951:— mt, Capt. Selby, from St. Lucia

1. ALLIES, Pavia Orville | Schooner Amanda T., 70 tons net,

ae a Capt. Tannis, from Trinidad

3 ea Eee cane. M.V Antares, 50 tons net, Capt
4. ATKINSON, Linda Darre! Alison (Valentin, from St. Lucia

5. CARTER, Cicely Ione Laurie

6. CODRENGTON, Marlene Novarra DEPARTURES

7. CUMMINS, Genevieve Rita M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt
&. DEANE, Marion Eldena Parsons, for St. Lucia

9. EDWARDS, Julie Lawrence Schooner Florence Emanuel, 40 ton |
10. GARNES. Brenda Angeli et, Capt. Roberts, for fishing banks |
i GH, Marié Patricia Sch Mary Lewis, M.V. Sedge.
12. GRANT, June Maureen fled, Sch. Frances W. Smith, MV
13. HAP#EWOOD, Peggy Irma Lady Joy ch. Franklyn D.R/, Sch
14. HARTE, Dorothy Alma Island Star, Sch. Emeline, Sch Anita
15. HAYNES, Marcina Maureen li, Sch. Philip H. Davidson, Sch. Gar-
16. HERBERT, Margaret Doreen enia W., Sch. Mary E. Caroline, M.V. !
17. HOYTE, Pamela Adiyn Evangeline} Daerwood, Sch, Laudalphe, M.V. Blue

Douglas | Nose Mac., M.V- Caribbee
18. JONES, Ouida Yvonne *Alouine
Antoinette
19. KING, Marie Eugene oes ees
|

| TIQUES, TVORY, JEWELS,
| SILKS Etc,

_ THANT'S



Norma M
marie E}
an fant
Joyce

Orph:

ret



a SHEPEEPD
2% SMITH, Re
® THOMPSO
w WATERMAN,
31. WILSON, Gloria





must be betwéen the ages of 7 and 13
years

Applications must be forwarded with

4 birth certificate, forms may be obtained

at the Parochial Treasurer's Office during

office hours, an Examination will be held
at the School on July 20th at 10 a.m

G. S. CORBIN, |

Vestry Clerk

i2.7,51—4n |

NOTICE SARIS
Applications are invited for the post of
Assistant Nurse at St. Lucy's Almsnouse
at a salary of $60.00 per month Uniforms
ete., and quarters provided. Applicants
must be full certificated midwives and
general nurses, |
The successful candidate must com-
mence duties on the 25th. August 1951
Applications will be received by me up
to Saturday 4th. August 1951.
OSWALD L. DEANE,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardian,
St. Lucy.
14.7.51--6n

THE €











IT 1S

NOTICE

Sealed Tenders,





RALPH

(marked on the en- |





Things Happen Quickly

—Says Beverley Baxter

issue of the newspapers is on the



e
ANTRAL EMPORIUM

Corner of Broad and Tudor Streets

IIIS III LILIAN SAIL IIIS



These Uncertain Days

TO BE FREE OF ANY
OBLIGATIONS



So

WHY NOT CONSULT

A.

PAGE SEVEN



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variety show in history at mid- ‘Chelwood.”
night last Monday, when £ 18.000 | Gestons Road ‘
was raised for Sid Field’s widow | er ee .
and three children, | Ss St. Michael,
1 did not go to the performance, | Barbedo
but Aneurin Bevan described it | ey
to me so vividly that I found my- lay, July 16. 1951 ,
elf wondering why he himself ‘
had never been attracted to the |
stage, | To the elettors af the Parish of Saint Peter
With a little more weight he |

could play Falstaff, or, if he! in, this colony;

slimmed down, he might try Iago. |
Or what about Don Juan in Hell? |





All these are within his reacn. | I do hereby most humbly and most re-
Spot that is not ‘Londonised’ spectfully inform you that it is my. desire

LORD BOYD-ORR, who is given | and that it is my intention: ornfie tek oak
to pronounctamentos, told a Scot- | ; mer Bane see ae et ae
tish audience recently that Great | elected by you and to represent you in the
Britain is s ring from over- | . : ‘ ;
ccaenia aoe € ’ General Assembly of this island.

According to his lordship, this |
wend should be resisted and Bri+ | he antiinn ‘tin nibkia 2 “anc P
tain should retain her infinite | shall therefore ke offering mys ao

variety. |

I can tell him one spot that is
not Londonised. Last week-end I
stayed with Brigadier Peto,
D.S.O., whe was wounded in both
the world wars, and now repre-
sents North Devon in Parliametr.

THE HOME of the Petos was
ence a Danish castle, but appar-
ently the Danes have gone.

There is no television in the)
house, for it does not reach as far
as Devon. Even the B.B.C. re-
ception is bad in these parts. What
fascinated me was the teeming
life of the Petos’ farm,

There were arrogant red-topped |
hens like dowagers at a garden |
paily; there were pigs snorting |
like disgruntled shareholders, ]

There were cats disdainfully |
aloof from it all, and dogs that!

“pproved of everything, even the |
guests from London, PPE . ee 7)
1 5 3 wat Pagpt

MONTREAL,
r

candidate at the forthcoming election

i BELONG TO NO PARTY

CECIL HENDERSON CLARKE
Barrister-at-Law ©





Yen tiny duckiings
YET MY townsman’s faith in
the wisdom of nature received » |



AUSTRALIA,









NEW LINE, Limiirp. | (i)
shock on Sunday morning when | | go RAN 2D , * (
we found that during the night) 5° nai Pelten tae oie te as MV. ("Caribae Wphsccent go i

; | ? e . . a ane Asse t ¢ ca, )
ten tiny ducklings had been born | ‘ine, Port Alma .28th ‘June, | Sydney Antidia, ~Mowbedtrae 2 maa
to a happy father who probably | uly 4th, arriving Trisidad éna July, St. Kitie fond Briday “18th 4
was unaware of his d fortune, | "4 Barbados early August instant oe y

‘ SS. “FORT FAIRY" is scheduled to 2)

_ Now, what did the mother de- | citrom Habart late June. North Queens 7» ijudllecaoa’® eh) ny

cide to do? | and mid July, Brisbane end July, Sydney . ae ne a i a i 7 ; } {

She set off for a brisk walk | arly August Matbourne mid "August cares : She meee a {

through the deep grass by the bLibeons 1 ae eee: sengers only” for Finewnt {

wire fence so as to reach an open= | yard frozen cargo, Sailing Priday rity’! t
ing where she could lead her| [n‘addition to general cargo these

“BW SCROONER OWNEGS’
ASSOCIATION INC.

eseels have ample apace for chitied and

amily t t 00 ds
family to a pond about 300 yard | Sabie: Ser. teenahinenens we oesman |





away, , » British Guiana, Leeward ahd Wind. | |
THE PACE was like that which | ward tstands | Telephone 4047 }
Colonist wet in the Gold Cup. ®or further particulars apply | q
The ducklings were trailed off in| FURNESS, Withy & CO. LID. a SR 4
single file but staggered along | TRINIDAD | ADVERTISE
somehow without madame even | a | ° the
turning round to have a look, | DA COSTA.@ CO. LTD are
The last I saw of them was as | BARBADOS ADVOCA TE
they neared the pond. But imag- B.W.1,





ine such a forced march at the age
of one day!
The defiant spirit still

HAZLITT said that he regarded
the country as a sort of healthy
grave,

He was wrong. There is such
life on a farm as makes a London
street seem the centre of a de-
serted village. \

Steamship Co

Gre.

NEW YORK SERVICE ?

“SEARRERZE” snils 8th June Arrives Barbados 19th June, 1951
STEAMER sails 2th June Arrives Barbados 10th July, 1951,
+ eicintdunaciadidvissationatete r goannas bina
Gesture of delightful irony NEW GBLEANS MEBVICE. ss

HE OAD ernongn me capene wish 1.8, ALCOA POLARIS” sails 18th Juno Arrives Parbados 28th June, 1951
ed strangers and listened: to the | 3's. “ALCOA ROAMER® sails 27th June Arrives Barbados 13th July, 1951
Peers. His round face was like | 4.6. ALCOA PATRIOT” sails ilth July Arrives Barbados 27th July, 1981,
ebony, and his hair was strong and --- ead

crinkley ~ CANADIAN SERVICE
Thick-set,

we Alcoa.









of medium height | s;ouUTHBOUND















dressed in a blue serge suit, he Name of Ship Sails Montreal Salls Halifax Arrives Biden
listened to the tale of what hap “ALCOA PEGASUS June 27 June 20th Juty sth
pened to two men because — the “ALCOA PUKKIAN July 250 Judy | J 20th
younger one had married a whit ALCOA PENNANT July 20th July 5rd ane
girl against the traditions of his SOU ee
tribe. soe ALCON PARTNER due July 13th was for st Lawrence
iver Ports.

JUST then the spokesman for : so PN I ka

the Government said that at ¢ * These vessels have limited passencer accammodation

eonference of the>tribe it was al-

iceman eaneeneane

ways easy to find out what the! ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE
nag elebgaaeery eho APPLY:=DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
The ebony visitor raised hi:

hands in a gesture of delightful | — a iSite ca
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N. Thornton Seores





Century For Windward

THE SECOND SERIES of Intermediate cricket
ended on Saturday. N. Thornton the opening batsman
Windward scored a century in this Division. He was
defeated with 106 runs in the second innings of Windw
who scored an outright victory over Pickwick.





















matches

for
un-

rard



At all unds the vicket were . f rt ,
firm and some good score ver . ES a
returned { ,

At the Garrisor 9
Regiment cored 4 3
victory over Er re, In t z 1
innings the Regiment s 1 1
runs in to 87 runs : e
up by ire, In their sect tur Total ot

the wicket Empire were dis BOWLING ANALYSIS

miss for 101 runs, Skippe: o M. R Ww
Amor top scoring with 41 and # ‘ * ; . ;
W ; taking four wickets for 29 , im =n 14 5 23 5
ru With 67 runs for ctory R, Farner ae oe! ae oe
Regiment in t r second innings ® 4 il 2
( for five ckets Wanderers vs. Mental Hospitat



tal Hospital » scored at B.ack Reck
Aa over Wander- WANDERERS—tIst Innings

an outrignt ic
. MEAT AL mA PAb—tse

Inn.nés



























ri 1 the I ch which was ada ni Innings
pli at ental Hospital
Wi: rs scored 156 in thely 24- Cre rbs
first innings and Mental Hospital j :
replied with 167 c i
Lay tne nd innings Mental & c Mayers b Greenidge
Ho¢p c ted 161 runs, C. y b Rolfe
Wil s top ored with 58 anu N owes b Rolfe
the best bowler for Wanderers was . ne oe op erce
: not ot
L. Greenidge who took fou Extra
ets for . runs
\ ere . th 12 ITA
Skeete 30 and V. Carter BOWLING ANALYSIS
f ( Knight three Oo M R
. is 3 61
ime ae si , G. Skeete 3 12
Board H i the Spartan B packe 2 10
Cabie and Wireless game {| Greenida 10 1 35
ended in a dr Cable and Wire- Clarke 3 ret
Sy Y ’ Ro 45 6
le oO and Spa 8 1 4 14
r¢ Forced to VANDERERS—2nd Innings
follov at the end of A f e ibw t
play had scored 2 runs for the P e Bo wal ¢! cere . Carter
loss of six wickets, S. Griffith who ay weaehaiy
opened with A, Gittens scored 92 D. Mayers b Carter
runs before he was bowled by A Seale ¢ Crichlow b Boyce
i Clarke b Rock
Lawles
WAVES : © Packer ibw b Rock
Windward defeated Pickwick J. Skeete ¢ Roach b Knight

nidge not out






by 17 runs at Congo Road, Wind- & G

ward in their first innings scored ak b Knight
109 runs and Pickwick replied
with 177 runs. In their second TOTAL

innings Windward scored 176 runs, BOWLING ANALYSIS

N. Thornton scored 106, Pickwick me

were dismissed for 91 runs, D, C. Kniaht 82 3 22

Wilkie bagged five of the Pick- a Sant 7 3 i.

7 richlow 5 2

wick wickets for 23 runs Rock 12 2 3

Scores Chase 4 20

coe . Roach 2 4

Regiment v. Empire at Garrison p30. 5 23
REGIMENT Ist Innings 122



16

EMPIRE Ist Lonings 7 ee
EMPIRE 2nd INNINGS 7 e
F B Taylor ¢ Bispham b Parri 12 3 . D { ‘ t
B. Bourne b. Watts .......s0000+. 11 mpire etea
E. Amory l.b.w. b. Watt al
M. Armstrong b. Watts 0 C |
C. Prescod run out 3 »
&: Barrow run out ombermere
H. Wilson c. Watts b. Pinder 8
arris c. Richards b, Watts 12 , 5 2
Daan. an ie : 1 EMPIRE defeated Combermere
Spooner run out o by eight wickets on Saturday last
Harper not out 7 in the third series of Second
Extras » Division Cricket matches. Batting
Total 101 first the school boys were dismiss~
~ edin their first innings for 16 runs
BOWLING ANALYSIS and Empire replied with 75 runs
for three wickets declared In

oO M R Ww
y 2

Phillips Oem their second innings the Comber-
eye a ‘i 1,@mere batsmen showed more re-
Watth Paes gt a a4piistance and ended their innings
Brathwaite 8 19 —@git 118 runs L. Francis the not
Pinder 3 12 1° out batsman topscored with 47.

REGIMENT 2nd INNINGS Three of the wickets went to
Brathwaite b. Armstrong medium pace bowler §S, Beckles

Phillips c. Preseod b. Spooner



who conceded 26 runs after bo





wi-

Ishmael ¢, (w.k.) b. Armstrong
Pinder stpd. tw .k.) b, Harris ing 13 over:
Watts not out 18 Empire in their second turn
Bispham b. Harris 5 needing 59 runs for victory scored
eens 7 60 runs and lost two wickets in
Total (for 5 wkts) 7a doing so,
The Police-—-Car!ton mateh end-
BOWLING ANALYSIS ed in a draw. Police scored 165
. : Oo. M. RW. yuns in their first innings and
Sere a 3 : Carlton 155, Police in their sec-
Amieyy 3 i “6 ond innings declared when the
Armstrong ‘ 1 7 2 score was 71 for three wickets and
Harris 4 1 10 Carlton at the end of play had
Spartan v. Cable & Wireless it collected 58 runs for one wicket.
Boorded Hall The Y.M.P.C,-Wanderers match
CABLE & WIRELESS Ist Innings also ended in a draw, Y.M,P.C
SPARTAN First Tonings |... |. in their first innings scored 215
BEARTAN 300 INNINGS runs for nine wickets declared

A. D. Gittens ¢ Croney b R. Lawless 0
S.-T. Griffith b C Lawless
N. Wood ¢ MeKenzie b Br

and Wanderers 116
In their second innings Y.M.F

wnker





B.C.

B. D, Morris b C. Lawless declared again when the score had
N: Beni’ bw b C. Lawless ; reached 42 for no wicket trying
Sealy W é ‘ 4 ;
W. Jemmott not out 37 \o force a victory but when stumps
E. MecComie not out ‘ 19 were drawn Wanderers had lost
Extras ’ 13 six wickets for 96 runs.
The scores: —
; 3) 280 rage i eb COMBERMERE vs. EMPIRE
BOWLING ANALYSIS at Combermere
R. Lawless 3 ee Combermere-—First Innings 16
E. Branker 20 2 58 1 Second innings: 118 (L. Francis not out
c Se a ee ON
Ro! zie 1 59 Empire--First innings: 75 for 3 decid
E. Gilkes 3 18 Second innings: 60 for 2 (EZ Gill 27 not
A. Cozier 4 9 out

POLICE vs. CARLTON
Windward v. Pickwick at
WINDWARD Ist INNINGS 100 Police—first int












PICKWICK 1st INNINGS ...... 199 Second innings for 3 wickets de-
WINDWARD ¢%nd INNINGS clared
E. Evelyn Ibw b Lewi 12 Carlton—First Innings: 16
N Thornton not out 106 Second inning 58 for 1 wicket
K. Atkinson c&b Moor : Y.M.P. s. WANDERERS
H. Farmer stpd. (Wkr. Trotter) Y M.P.C 5 for 9 declared (B. Hoyos
b Hoad 3 60; Nicholls 3 for 49)
H. M. Farmer lbw b Hoad 3 Wanderers: 116
K. Durant c Evelyn b Noad 4 Y M PC --Second innings: 42 for no
T Farmer b Clarke wickets declared
R. Farmer c Marshall b Lewis 1 derers--Second innings: 96 for six
D. Wilkie stpd. (Wkr, Trotter) wickets (F. Austin 4 for 17; B) Hoyos 3
b Lashley { 2 for 2¢
H. Kirton absent > Cate eee —_——
R. Farmer b Clarke re q
Farme ® JESTER I. HEADS LIST
\ ~ (From Our Own Corretpondent)
Total 176 PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 16
- Heading a list of 13 entrants for
: BOWLING ANALYSIS — the Arima Derby Trial Stakes to
7 aay . 7 Hs be run at Santa Rosa, Arima next
B. Lewis 10 37 > month is Mr, W. Branker’s Jamai-
}{. Marshall 3 4 can-bred col{, “The Jester IL.”
fh. Hoad 10 1 M4 3 Among the ofher nominations are
; re ‘ a y le Ta ‘es 2oolk ic
' MoeICK WICK 2nd INNINGS Winfield Scott's Rock Diamond
A. Trotter b. M, Farmer 35 and Thunderation. Fifteen horses
D. Evelyn c. (w.k.) b. D. Wilkie 1 have been nominated for the
H. Kidney c. sub b, N. Thornto 19 Nursery Stakes

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SCORED 106

ERIC GOODING, of Advocate, who
scored 100 on Saturday in a B.C.L.
game against Rangers at Richmond.

Another B.C.L. century was sccr-
ed on Saturday by G. Kirton play-
ing for St. Barnabas vs. Shell.at
Black Rock. St. Barnabas collected
214 and Shell have lost 2 wickets
for 27 runs.

The Money
Must Be Found

FTHE Amateur Rowing Associa-

tion have acted promptly
after the sweeping successes of
Cambridge oarsmen at the Henley
Royal Regatta. They have asked
James “Crowden, president of











Cambridge University Boat Club,
how many of his crew wil) be
available for the European Champ-

ionships at Macon (France) on
Augus 25, 26



The no doubt, would like
to senc A, Fox (Pembroke),
winner of the Diamond Sculls and
either the Lady Margaret eight
which captured the Grand Chal-
lenge Cup or the Cambridge
University Boat Race crew.



For Fox, it particular, experi~
ence of racing abroad is most
important. If selected for the

Olympic Games at Helsinki next
year he will have to compete in
heats rowed six abreast, with
different methods of starting, time-
keeping and steering.

But it’s the old, old story.
ARA have no funds, Part
cost of sending crews to
championships is borne by
International Federation, but
larger proportion falls on
competitors,

What a contrast to the offer
made by the organisers of the
Toronto Winter Fair. Within an
hour of Fox winning the Dia-
monds they were putting out
feclers for a mateh between Fox
and Jack Guest, jun., in Canada
at the end of August. Every ex-
pense would be met, But of
course this clashes with the Euro-
pean championships.

Surely here is the opportunity
for the Royal Regatta Stewards
to make a handsome gesture by
offering a grant from the Henley
takings which must have bene-
fited considerably from the won-
derful box office appeal which the
success of the British competitors
added to the occasion.

Britis) rowing is at its
It should be seen by the
the werld The money
found.—L.E.S.

WHAT’S ON TO-DAY

Court of
(Richmond

The
of the
the
the
the
the

peak.
rest of
must be

Gyand Sessions

Gap Baby
Murder Case) — 10 a.m.

Meeting of the Legislative
Council — 2 p.m.

Enquiry into death = of
Arthur Lowe, District “F”
— 2.15 p.m.

Meeting of the House of
Assembly — 3 p.m,

Water Polo (Snappers vs.
Sword Fish) at the Aqua-
tic Club — 5 p.m,







Mobile Cinema, Constant
Pasture, St. George —
7.30 p.m.

CINEMAS

Empire: “Soldiers Three’ — 4.15
and 8.30 pm

Plaza: “Operation Pacific’ — 4.15
and 830 pm

Olympic: “The Undersea King-
dom" — 4.40 and 8.15 pm i

Roxy: “Rawhide” 440) and
4.15 pm

Globe: “The 18th Letter" — 5.00
and 815 pm

Yesterday's
Weather Report
From Codrington

Rainfall; Nil

Monthly Rainfall to date: 1.48

ins.

Highest Temperature: 87.5

Lowest Temperature: 74.5

Wind Velocity: 12 miles per
hour

Barometer: (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.912

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75 Horses Entered
For BTC Race Meet

A RECORD number of 75 horses will be entering the coming
four-day Mid-Summer race meet. There will be 29 races
during the four days: The entries are:—



First Race: Miss Panic, Dash- Twenty Second Race: Sun
ing Princess, Sweet Rocket, Fuss Queen, Fair Sally, Harrowen,
Budget, Ability, Maybouya, Dol- 3lainte, Notonite, Arunda, Ability,
drum, Lunways and Topsy. Wlieuxce, Oatcake, Tiberian Lady,

Second Race: The Eagle, Firét Gand Mark, and Infusion,

Flight, Apollo, April Flowers, Twenty Third Race: Vanguard,
Duleibella, Colleton, Pharos II, Hi-Lo, Soprano, Clementina, River

Mist, Water Belle, Usher, Viceroy.

Twenty Fourth Race: Cardinal,
March Winds, Dunquerque, Chut-
ney, April Dream, Cavalier,
Bright Light, My Love II, and
Rambler Rose.

Betsam and Epicure.

Third Race: Vanguard, Hi-l.
Soprano, Water Bell, Cross Roads,
Usher, Best Wishes.

Fourth Race: Atomic II, Slainte,
Gunsite, Burns, Rebate, Flieuxce,








Elizabethan, Drakes Drum. : Twenty Fifth Race: The Eagle,
Fifth Race: Infusion, Miss SUm‘one, Mery Ann, April Flow-
Panic, Fair Sally, Dashing @â„¢ Vixen, Colleton, Cross Roads,
Princess, High and Low, Notonite, Cross Bow and Bow Bells.
Catania, Arunda, Aberford Twenty Sixth Race: Infusion,
Flieuxce, Doldrur, Lunways, Oat- Miss Panic, Fait Sally, Dashing
cake, Tiberian Lady. Tc) Princess, Sweet Rocket, High and
Sixth Race: Suntone Mary Low, Notonite, Arunda, Ability,
Ann, First Flight Dulcibella Aberford, Flieuxce, Maybouya,
Vixen, Clementina ” “Water Bell. Doldrum, Lunwe Topsy, Oat-

cake, Tiberian Lady.

Twenty Seventh: Jewel, Gav-
otte, Miss Friendship, May ‘Time,
Blue Diamond, Monsoon, Joan’s
Star and Betsam.

Twenty Eighth Race : The Eagle,
First Flight. High and Low, Avol-
lo, April Flowers, Dulcibella,
River Mist, Pharos II, Viceroy,
and Epicure.

Twenty Ninth Race: Sun Queen,

Cross Bow, Bells, Willo the Wisp.

Seventh Kace: Sun Queen, Red
Cheeks, High and Low, Har-
roween, Catania, Demure, Topsy,
Land Mark.

Eighth Race : Sun Queen, Miss
Panic, High and Low, Harroween
Gunsite, Burns, Catania, Nan
Tudor, Demure, Lunways, Topsy,
Land Mark, and Drakes Drum.

Ninth Race : Vanguard, Hi-Lo, Red Cheeks, Atomic Il, Harrow-
Soprano, Miracle, Clementina, ©°" Slainte, Gunsite, 3urns,
River Mist, Water Bell, Usher, Rebate, Demure, Elizabethan, Land
Viceroy. Mark and Drakes Drum.

Tenth Race : The Eagle, Firsi
Flight, Apollo, April Flowers,






Dutcibella, Vixen, Colleton, Pharos
1I and Epicure.

Eleventh Race Cardinal,
March Winds, Apronusk, Chutney,
and Cavalier.

By M. Harrison-Gray
Dealer : East
reas game



Twelfth Race : Sun Queen, Red ° Q $ >
Cheeks, Dashing Princess, Harro- AIRS
ween, Slainte, Ability, Demure, emee
Lunways, Oatcake, and Land Mark. w. - Pe

Thirteenth Race ; Suntone, Mary : prea 3 9 ‘ :
Anne, Dulcibella, Colleton, Cross K 104% @9765
Roads, Cross Bow, Bow Bells, and Qiws @o74
Willo the Wisp. S

Fourteenth Race: J e we |, eos
Gavotte, Miss Friendship, May ir Saeed
Time, Blue Diamond, Monsoon, & 2 R2



Joan’s Star and Betsam.
Fifteenth Race : Infusion, Miss
Panic, Fair Sally, Dashing Prin-

Another World Champion-
hip hand in which both

ams made the ame Wal







cess, Sweet Rocket, Notonite ; a eg Sees a
A run da, Ability, Aberford, candard ne toma
Flieuxce, Doldrum, Lunways, rt — Three Diamonds ;
Oateake, and Tiberian Lady. vee Hearts—Three | No-
, unps. South could bid

16th Race : Jewel, Gavotte, No-Trumps at this stage

with honours ¢
point to be con
needle match—he
ibs in the hope th

Miss Friendship, May Time, Blue
Diamond, Monsoon, Joan's Star,
and Betsam.











Seventeenth Race Infusion, eS eee erent
Miss Panic, Dashing Princess, egies at
Sweet Rocket, High and Low, Ife American bidding was
Fuss Budget, Notonite, Catania 2 aE Aino: No- 3
Ability, Aberford, |Maybouya, : Four Olubs 5
Doldrum, Best Wishes, Bow ie Pik meen rooms. ¢
Bells, Lunways, Topsy, and Britain made al tks :
Oatcake. Pneana6 ° Pi - eri. 3

Eighteenth Race: Vanguard, Hi- = A), South ruled tye |
Lo, Soprano, Clementina, Rive re yee Woh ; ne :
Mist, Water Bell, Usher, and Vice- squeeze, and EB won the :
roy. \ trick with & 9 5




as emecerenaese Sc emtearnsie &

Nineteenth Race : Atomic I, aye
Harroween, Slainte, Gunsite
'
!



Burns, Rebute, Elizabethan, Tibe-
rian Lady and Drakes Drum,
Twentieth Race: Dunquerque,

CRYPTOQUOTE No, 58

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April Dream, Bright Light, My {Jj JODM NFELWND NJ NSD
Love If and Rambier Rose. HDCEG GZ USYNZEYD
_, Twenty-first Race: The Eagle, Last Crypt; In much wisdom is
First Flight, Apollo, April Flow- much grief Ecclestiastes

ee at | ine aaa,

ars, Dulcibelia, Vixen, Colleton
Pharos II, Betsam and Epicure.
















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HERE has been talk about ban-
ning the use of starting blocks
in all races in the AAA champion- |
ships except the 100 yards, and
making them fixed — though ad-
justable — even for that event.
This must not happen. I know
all the arguments about the time}
sprinters take setting blocks to}
uieir satisfaction and the little
advantage they really gain by their
use. Against that consider the
psychological effect of taking their |
toys away from them



Experime:ns in America are
said to have led to the conclu-
sion that starting blocks are |
worth .03 of a second. Well, that |
might be enough to affect a
watch by a tenth of a second
and thus make all the difference
between a new record and the
equalling of an old one,
Certainly there is not much need
for blocks for querter milers, but
most of the stars have become
accustomed to using them and it
would put them at a disadvantage

if only in mental outlook—when
meeting foreign runners still using
blocks.

No Check

Idea of fixing the blocks before
heats of the 100 yards, so that each
man would only have to adjuse
the foot pad to suit him is not so
pad, but even then, the man who

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Sports Window

WATER POLO
This afternoon's Water Folo
matches at the Aquatic Club are

Snappers, vs Swordfish and
Whipporays vs. Police The
referee is Mr. J. Knight. Play
begins at 5 o'clock,

To-morrow afternoon's match
is Starfish vs. Sea Nymphs.

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II 1 BDAY, JVI.V 17. INI n\Rii.\nos \n\or\Ti PACE FIVE Baby Murder Case Opens 1 en W ltlieSSCS Flying Fish Season Ends. Give Evidence PrtfuMng starts Those Cars Something I es, 11% S I o Lcavt* \ on Breathless By BASIL CARDEW TEH proMcutton wltnan nee at the C Grand Semkx In the cue ui which 85-yeer-old Kuby La\ lag "I Richmond Gap is charged with Ihe murrit'r of her daughter's female child. The case is yoinfi on before His Honour Sir Allan Collyl; W. W, RMMI Solicit i General, i proMcuttng for .. and Layr* I t by Mr. K MgJoni Shorthand Results Bad neece OUIIHUII mo case n Ih." | jrv bf was look oul tinetti IK utd thai the baby was t„ him The pil ler, irv ph. y i i'S Kini: had gOM SO III When (ho ch'ld was born. Kuby L side of King's, dime over bom. Kvit. I "th..t the ChUd was born %  lui-m. BhOTtU aftei the birth, the Jg H ""> ".adeaa prosecution is alleging. Rubj MANY or the shorthan the last |JJ %  %  It. Rock. i j Mi .i %  k, 'I' A Orahara and f, Stuai % %  %  %  i 1 llllHl Hill U ,Xf. %  ceptlonalb goo I I va thrown P-C JUT Ford) an bi her daughter's new born baby into the wooden closet. EUK* 1 u pit on June II TOd %  came LB i.-nee. • i Mi. Heece outlined the case to lie lowered her ml tax* ICabel I liter, dry pit the child '• Kelhc, apOUl tW, Of lh child. He took %  I. I;.I,. o the H %  :•' About a i statement to h; prosecution is alleging. Kub> %  *"<* !" ><< .eiing what had h.-pnencd. oac*ner. took the living child and tnn Arrested %  fmm the I and had had %  She then removed all tracat of child about two ret | the birti. asked Mabel what had happened In the cage then was no exto the child she had lately had pressed malice, but It would shown that malice was implied. doing what had been done. Medical Evidence on I>i Dr. G. Stoker, the ttrst witness CatO at the Hospital." he said, I called, said that on June 15. he aaW Ruby Layne again. I talked attended a child in the maternity • '"' r about the child and she told" ward of the General Hoslptal. The ine who thron I child was about three days old ">dd In the pit. At that time 1 QW and there was %  brukM on one w not suspect bar and even aftei E knee. Il died of pnaunionla : "" !" a1 I did not be!i. tor about 48 hpr 1 'nought she was trying hours. ''"'•' oaufhter and t<>k no fe "A child thrown Into ., pit as .'ct.on. soon as it was born." he said In An *T '' ,r post mortaw t... n*. . Ii> %  %  ** It w.. bruise sine K \.. tve pit. lie beTo M % %  said that sil THE HOUSEWIFE, who tor the pest ecn planning lish courses with flj albacoie. Hngflth and even sli.tik wtl upon breaming and pottlstung. orU) %  %  %  July to %  m then shifting i' ii %  ire ocuj coven I ip to the end of J i school uo %  %  %  %  only a %  tn i<> be %  % % %  . Chubs i %  ... %  and the >.. %  grunts, %  irbers. i %  SU %  %  %  %  isc thai d TUMMY II M-H Clark. A J...O-H I M> i IP Nuiw. 1 %  M. san Histi Beaosl C E (.ilKr-. Van %  saas, Mrm W i % %  %  I Dmatrilni israsai %  %  Smith* rll>. h i. • %  Bg i SPEED SB HI* M lieveii it could bavo been n the station about likely placed than tol 2.15 p.m., and the : Di. A. S. Cat n he." about 5.10. Inwltneas. He aald thai on Jun another | he perforate d %  post mortem and hlnuell were discussing the examination on a female child. ' The body was fairly matured. Mabcl H*y nc There were two small N : i lived bruises on each knee more than i no evidence of any tuck of the skull but both lungs were con>'* %  %  ••' lotted and conaoUdated with piieunionia. The heart and abdonn-mal and lh %  • fractures to tne limbs. riieumonia "From my examination consideration "i the circumstances Of the case," he said. I %  k IT, She hi 30 about two D HutH'il tEsaa Uoum Tabor g l i awn %  m i Braui* % %  ELEMENTAKY TYPEWE1TING llss *t llilMI | I I Allr,,.. %  Di. Crylssg ST She then tave evidence 01 I Lid was born, but how did not know that g ohil A Her moth* i lad it out In a 1 i I'd with an an U r mother told her not to *"' .* ...1 .1. ... i...mri ... .* %  %  MOItIRN Ml. .1 %  I %  ., AtlhUf IDK J II ,1 ::, D N man, a Night |Dh i. (i.xxlinU li iD> ; Ml-I IMUN ,. D wan* MISN "I I i IIMI -I IONS I I : I Mr b t Ml.i I %  IN' I that is ., iiox with : Ql j at the bot: G.WM i,|tei he h.is placed thl %  I Tne mod %  %  %  %  'I.e. i all I %  %  I %  I'll.,are r 1 bova thi a. 0 box will pla k up the wh I i %  I up with %  %  ; %  | i %  %  iger eels, %  %  %  Small Vartetj %  %  .. %  pound bul llshermc" i i all) '' %  '' %  1 %  N .1,%  rll HwK -Ui. IMi .i opinion that death was am i w l( iid leturn. D*n,.. pneumonia." I it tix;k it least i %  % %  | %  child to have contracted inmna she he IXTI liMI UI \ I I To Mr. laalona he aald th Bhe told K what ,:,'. ,!:,'.,: „,, n child immediately after beiiis; had happ.. %  I Md II va ,. ,, K born wtl I ro "-' la,t to tell the POUOB. iw would not have exped r,i %  Sma vas tn ','J ast it to be n hundred per cent, but w ^ u,cs ? 0 ^^^l there would b. "" ,l "**•'* Pf*" n "JJf wrons with V Ktoffg hOttM on JuOO 15 V taw Cpi. Bhopra rd B i pit where shi %  Today more evidence will b< taker m in thetfpot nraUiwaHti ' Da Ot % %  M'ah-uit i Mr %  I One would have expected child Which had been thrown into a Oil to have more brubMa, bul I child itiuld .-' iiul a lot of buffcti Do*. Ml" | IMON \l:i IM.IHV MII.M M II %  :: HR. i a HMim N Uikr.1 llritmli ill Tar,. i I i ADVANCED Niaa 'i now 111. lie would have aa after birth 48 hours alte it had been there. Dr. Header was the I [fa %  He said that he atOM I Lajna on June IB, BI eertly . J Very few people aro fortunate 'h to ught In net the coast a Uggei %  di the i ii a few eonchi are dived up al I The lelni : dlaappeai • hui it used to %  %  . : .. P %  III; C hulion bUl they (In not lo Inn I" 1 I.! | | Howevi %  %  there Is a %  coast during the lob i the I' I i — Prlncea Alkc Plajlni T&H W _,„__. Maternity Home. ]i„,,k Hall, %  ; '•* POSED AS POLICEMAN that on June |fl i remale chtl rtew of the playing two to three d- old u I MFFORD there by Cpl. Shepheru. Tne child Ume fence which was sufferinc from shock. She d yesterday. Gills Road, gave the child %  ad. The bartu along: the charged bof. going by the doctor 1 a" d •* ent it to the Genual II Soniethint; In Pit K sine Collymon i aeneral Hi plti iid that on June 1 City SUe Set Up For Sale %  %  i Brldgei %  15 she went to the Maternity Home in an ambulance for the child. Sh. took it to the H Holder, i the baby, The |l %  HUM .... n, ; up buh and unw.nlthat she saw l: • hourly intervals thro,; night Cpl. Shepherd of D OITT1 %  %  re His W n El tthp being Ranted o„ the h,nrnedUte g inside of iibarbed wire to the >•'" % % %  . on Jui) l. Th It. Mr.1 v. Al-iut six pe WOrll J!*'"';* ,!( n PP<''">'>8 on oehnlt I Bald Into shape A fow men an i icii The Old cricket pitch which Sir Alfred • ok the tirst knoek on hat with. A worn. 't ii rh-.i croppimr the gn %  la. said tn.il e,i,_,.ii„.._ ,_.t airU %  The eh BtOWn I %  % %  %  -.. %  %  %  I Nicholson, a cashier of Ua I %  for the purpose of iI A %  %  I % %  .: througli the loner Of Police to t* %  %  I %  %  Phn i %  %  %  POBtS ten %  I %  %  %  %  %  I Lj p. A %  %  : %  \ . thought I ci n buay. faat 9 i most cars look to Nmi aerahlp i IMI Tin i i \ Brttlah cars. Not as seebut for good hard work T'lnieni.il Ii avail' even cents i n With a big • % %  Police Isiuitl [tfove Into St Ceeffia i'a rratks Tomorrov) i HK police i win hi movheti new bai H %  di be named Si aftei trie • %  • %  %  the bai Club v. %  th. Pa.id Cadets and U* receiving the an%  1 that al rti sing planted i -. while, loo ... il 11 in%  countr %  %  %  % %  nt .. orninoda band toi I . • the back -r th, has bee %  i %  of Pollci \ii. at ate .i. ont quartan adll Ui n-lleve Ihe %  %  ti in the I' i Fire At BeJDevIIle aftei I i in t it the hi red %  repot i %  ant to II ruj to find tiiat everything was ontrol '.. the bouse %  l i %  %  SHIPS' NOTICE i tone 10 to %  %  • %  In on Uv %  : %  %  'feet W.I' 1 Shipping l JUDO^GES the nt of .in" uiKht Hi-' I %  tn NERVE DID IT.' i I >RNER BR< N IK MI | I" i. Id untoH it of n ui Now* i m Jui i %  WORKSHOP ON SEA n.,i %  i i u in Installing hops In its ships A %  %  I i latomary ship's ind lilin proje.ii.i WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALWAYS USE •EVEIUTE ASI.KSTOS-<:KMK\T CORRUGATED INSIST ON priiivi rnotvs THEY ARE THE BEST H JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents .-**-'-'#******.*•.**'**. ON HOLIDAY IN B.C. 'I'mni %  ST. 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Lima Mark, ami NinUi Race : Vanguard, Hi l>. Mil .i i. k Blvar Mist, Walei Bell, Usher, %  • l-nih Rare I Th Iwestti rosrth Rare: Cardinal, Marah Winds. IHinqueni A • %  Uight 1 .-• II, and %  Tv.ml> I ifih Rare: The Eagle. But April riowi : %  %  BOW Bells. Twenty Bbrts Baas: Infusion, %  BoU %  \ %  %  %  :ikc. *i .1 I Twr.n. rtwOl %  %  %  iakl 10 have lad lO the conclusion thai starting blinks are Well, tn it ... n tenth Of a second %  i and the uch nc<( i %  %  i %  b KMIM TOTAL ii ii i I Mlll.i NMI I %  %  ' It I It S H r.iidtr J 1 %  Mown tad nnimoi u %  I Empire Defeal Gombermere %  %  I light, Apollo, /i 1 of out ibetla, Vixen I Epicure. Il.-vriiui n ... ; arch Winds, A^ronusk. i 1 and CsValler. Twelfth Rare Sui. QuettO Red would lik-' cheeks, D.ishmi: I'nnn-s. H.iu. % %  :.. Blalnta, AbUtty, Diamond Sculls and umi %  I ...nd Mark. iarj rhlisuXh Sins i TJuiMuin, Mm i lha Orand ch.itAnna, Dulclbella, Collato i 1 isds, Cross Bow, Bow F* %  R 1.1 craw. win., the wisp. I |'. %  particular, <'*|'i Tourlemlh Rarr I .1 erica i >l %  broad Is nwsl Gavotte, Miss lYIendabip, M.., acted tot the -i ni e. Blue Dtaiuond, • Olympic Oenw t< BMsmkl aej %  Betaai (Klrriith Rare : h.lusion, Mi>srltri %  %  %  %  ,,by lha %  inal PedaraUon, bul "' Twent) rUhUi Raer : I \„ (her!. I %  lo. A|.ul Plowerf. Dulclbella, Idea ol nsirif • %  ; %  [the 100] .. ore i rreatj MI.UI Baeei Bun | -..ii . o| block %  Mark and l>r;.k. Drum. it is .ill vary well to %  %  sod I OK SLEEPING COMFORT DOUBLE 66 in Pink, Blue. Beige. i 86 Green $4.62 ea. .lifTjuuiLsuiiJLaj By M. Hsrrison-Crsv Bart irtai | i \ K M S t t t( aM Rocket A i II n n a, AbOltyi Aberford I I .! % %  : ii itcake, and Tlberlan Ladj ten %  tn the i : ' H | v. mi houi i.f 1-nx wlnnlni the Diathi %  tad i* I %  OWUHO I 1 I 1 I d in %  %  ti h between FW I Jack < i %  n!d in' met But of tl UM Buroi hips. Sure!) t are Is ih tor Ina Royal Rasatts > % % %  '"'' %  nnl fr nd i i ' %  .i innlrup ,t 118 run I with l" %  | Beckh %  %  i., i %  i %  %  Me 1 B Boarded it^" ., %  arwi M-ii i %  -|\KI \s t l.-i l.tnlntIPABTAM -I INHINOS %  i i %  %  .. ,,i. h end Police %  II %  Cariton IS5 POUM In I when the l %  %  %  end "i plaj had %  The v M r i *. YMI.P.C I Tl Hi I'll wickets declared in then second Inning) v M P.C I th 12 1 %  % %  i ILT;;. %  COMBEBMERR vs I MI'IRI al CumberMirre %  derful box offli ompetitors added In tl i I 1 i The mi i ES Ibtli Ree I Jewel, %  ivotte Friendship M % %  Tune, Blu. the Diamond, Men ..Nd it. lean Sr\entrrn|h Itace : Infusi' i. Uw Panic, Dastung i to set, High and Low, Fuss Bint: Catania At.ihly. AlHTfnn Duldrum. Baal Wishes. Bow Bells. I.unwnys. Topsy. and Clchtrenlh Rsrr: Vtinttund. II. L<. SopranOi Clementina, Rive i i ind Vleeroy. Ntnrternth Rai'i' I AtOmSfl 11 Nainte, Ounslia 1 i i [ban, Ttb.-:ui Ladi I )nim. 1 umtielh Raee: Dunqutiqiic. April Dieiim. 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PACI tWO BARBADOS .DVOCATE ri'FSDAV, JULY 17, IM1 (fahib falUny D i A C %  K Saturday l> Die Lady Nessea %  bado*. Thej I Dr. Am Phiic %  %  i Md Trinidad Holiday M i; DBAMOI %  past t son and Mrr Roddy Bynoc. returned < Icrdav morning %  !' II night from Trinidad i HI n alnwl on %  poHday. i i v#ts Mr A i M hi* uraiid-son Aid I'd who had in Trinidad for a couple W.I. Cricket Manager M i! cnoi. in %  %  :! In trom Tiimdutl f --lay h\ 1> W.I A land is at %  the Oeea I Ratal M I returns t" TrimI dad on Tl [ He If i 1 t merit ol I %  ,J Grant I "Jfdad Thi. trip %  i th. in', i Fashioned In London Bridai I ru n sj unit a lion B> DOROTHY HARM I \ LONDON. Julv 6. Of nil i of thbrtdal arum rt) the mos' reluctant .. change %  %  %  v I Ml. .11. lag populai | M.I n .;. .!• I.. %  1 pink and bliw. HJ brochc damask", brocadi brocades We ai %  ixaily pink brocade, shown at ;i collect Ion recentl>. th.it aw chow the gown of the pggg go UhclktB" ask for Gussonc LLXIKY TOILET SOAPS IMPI RU I LI U III R • 1 INDI.N HI IISsuM RIl F in v( I N I H "S2 Left Fnll evadMg dif ti.uW'd pink brocade. ii. i More and more bride* tfafjsa days must plan and budge II trousseaux arttli can and Eoi thoughtThey •nrUnrr.the transambroMarj on formmion' dress, which ta eaallj %  bVUfag intu i. B| dress Tht> means of detachable lung atai n removable boleros, and aprons on gnei i which do double duty a* c.it tfcaa them For this lype of draw, it is wts* f t .... %  ..... The deliansfoiined lute an eve.iuig dress with pearl embroidered bodice. %  i I.IVC Tlll.lhi> He iiiul i i W.I. team are due dad at the end of At tralla via England. Planter in St. Vincent M R ALBERT REECE flew M from St Vnnent | %  %  Wiling |>J 1! <*. Ait" %  hOti visit. Mr Heece who Ii .1 Barbadian is g ^Winter in St Vincent. He owns "Fountain H Mr. Rcere is staying with hil brother-in-law and sist.-r It' MMI sUTBEA SOIEREIBBR II-I-I %  vian Aartawa dor. went t'j ti tloaal Day reception at Clartdga'i. j,otel. wore a gown of dove grey tact 1 pictnr* hst to match. Wltli the Teneinelao Ambaaaador, wesnng a gowii of black lace over taCsta and vrllew utraw hst. ilch, with gnlag, li-'k well (Mitt. tin, and after, "the day" To iliu>: we show two view* of the ftfeal —before an formation i-omplet" with long-idecyed bolero, full ——^—— % % % % % %  — % %  —— trjin. gag (lUuatrar* i_ o "'i_ M> u i i n < Mini left.) A hnrouk Buv. %  h Hotel Buiinesa complete without m. bolei K ING FAI" I fPT, \|R AND MHS PETEl. lh( )ralll ha* be. SXpf " .TriiiThe broeadr ..II-.-.. ' ' %  I all honev-comb desiui Mon:'f.i. It Is culled Lc Nld (The and was ft I|1E ln pe oru ., 8 n V er bUgk and pcrty of For the pest two months howmaterial (Illustration right.) „.. tit it %  %  I i he ncck• the fringe an %  %  win want soma' oung and fresh %  hite t %  BaaaMvaaggg i N %  which la boned 'The %  < %  | nut In pearls, silver bugh 1 ,,s ibm MOMS to tone with -i ed nttv howmalarial (Illustration right.) Mm.. Bl l T the>had been In Knjjlan.' < rim.Mnes of ti,. cnai coMMble. They Tinsame dealgnei from C i i Julj : th Via ounl and rt tl and Mrs. W. Enr Dash of Enterprise Road. Christ Church He a brother of M. Navy Gardens. Pakistan Embassy JVyf'SS JEAN COX. Blarl it 1 J ti.incft ol" hai %  ' death in IS 1 %  or Coming* And (joitfs 1 IVf s AH( ,K r|A, |,; illton". St. Lawrence li in IW Dr. 1 Barbados on a month's holiday l>v B.WJ %  g week-end n utS tO Uw UJH 0 I hollt by the Lady Nelson iron. Canada Returning on Jeon works at the I t**j N I Embassy tn Washington as a NunAM I %  %  mi Aivi:\nm:s 11 ingan. %  •' Hotel. Reunion I' M*S COU l" II OU % %  %  having vnoen at ii i hi of the %  all mates i %  Incidental Intelligence 'T 1 '!!' OH Who ever %  %  %  ... Salome. Gtorg* Malcoim Thnmsun Review* th* VmwBaoka A Few Notes ()n L'amour B.B.C. Radio Programme i %  %  m e si p tl h ii* KW| 7 111 p m Nrwi [ I : I .. Nawaeaall • 11 p m MM I Intel i-..,., UM BJdHortau % %  i %  IIi.n. m.ao i>">. I i ham m I SHIPWRECK BALL PARADISE BEACH CLUB THIS SATURDAY NH;HT July 21st. Iliive yitii I. ..K. .I your T:ihli* ypl .... AT si.mi I-I:K PEBSON ? ? dour: :-: 2684 :-: Tn-duy JANETTA DRESS SHOP and in..I..your Kcs.Tvi.tion. JAJVETTA mUSS %Hl Lovcrr Rroad Si reel IWESSES — of all Types Ke.'idy-nuidc anil made-In-order Just arrived—IIres&c\ in larfier sires from -Jl 'is ORCTEST TURNED DOWN \ n Ful) 16 H gpot tad n Trli le foi BM lUlut, lias -I ihe Parl Oppoattlo the Li itlvi %  Council bv the Cuvonini! % %  -! M.I aliFrum the n—UhgsSII WaW ways kept hii hejd) LAMIEL. By Stendlul Turnstile rresa. y%. lid. 191 pages. —Ill 3 ggfi* T which -ill. feel up I tonJj tour of ii % %  '. wan ibe I ycems x have pUStatd Ihe tire 1 %  i i %  found seventeen (gel Up BY THE W AY ... *> a******* CROSSWORD %  4 -r J L. %  • 6 r • 1 1 1 % %  | J 1 '} } %  saws) 1. wncie the crown seta, accotdn lo the Navy. (5. 4i 5. Mad*. IBi a. Tuber peel at the mastneM. ll. ) Inmlly lor deourstiu '*' ..Jhlun. il 1& Hf*iK.nmble for the mis up T i: i. Uuicli mountain i-vlno. ISI la. Fifty lo one, I4I SO, Yuu get 14 Acrus* un tnu. (fii Jl. Dandy ot byguna data. (4) ti. Tou maiM-O tlin five times till year. (41 DOB L. Hriiiit cars In th<*#. (t. Bi ra the burden lay ? il i. Sleep ntaitar. (B) 4. Heeds round ib4 5. BUCK up I IS) O. Hiieh Sin may b. UMH \%\ ti. Incident ; I.e.. dupe*. < | i reeoTcrwl b* grail. (8) is. war omce ndvenivment v t.i -'i winch coppen %  > j I. r-ird 4 < %  1. A* itt; 14 U> l i. r.-i II. -.< more, %  it rider r. its back —a .. kod "The liffo H irai i it wV ancourage into i Ihe authorities about anyone ted of atak Lstt an UM lc In I peril In in the Ctartefhouse, Couv ilit ii. them I md the subtle M i • led on Mctternli I 1 nache* branch, she mnunteil I i-bqut lo cute ih.-I hoi, lowered by crane, bul M Hop the liffe was overiooked In the excite* Import! It. By M-pe.i1 il 'Mlaov he Mlbstone bit of cat) ner. The %  ),*hop Is on nil four ehni womei .. ami nted siendha ent off to Moscow with the % %  When Napoleon was beaten at IN an international novel chai Stendhal wns dnnkpkMMhip the i h i ma WOUld be the seeded player Horg Ml Vctuce If did } nee. StendhaL who wrote nl nun trom writing a bruuanl the book m n days, * thrmght by dest i ipt n one ot the best of French judges to be hlg Dovgli %  Of French tWVQllatl He Ruined by the mil of the Emperis lead by hardly anyone glga, or, he went to Italv pursuing woIt o pity, fur Stendhal, whose men and literature, with some ;-el name was Menu Beyle, is %  „ success and indifferent scruple WTHV of the pi-ofoundcsi insight. Knrug>-d to titu Life or lluvdn Hi.s misfortune Is that he comhe found it easier to produce un bines two qu insM thai n in tounactaiowledged translation of a i dry style ana g rananur Qsjnnan arorfc. At last he became ""' nl DCB Consul at Civita Vecchia. i loralng he whi red god looaly. I to "catch He thought the police were wntchftrle." nig him. ti. he 0M of his He composed epitaphs for him1 '*' I I ei truth. sHf. c.j: !: tme i ,. .-. .... %  nent. After writing unsuccessfully for %  i by an eesta!. written by Baliac Hat sstavalea swore that he paid Ball somely for it. Outwardly he remained indifferent, saying, "I shall tie read about I9U." S O i %  %  .. %  %  I %  %  i %  %  dhtp SfeiulhaJ Is rxtremelg tfangmaeni. I reu'l 'i %  Stendhal was born in a famih tratea In On 1783. and. aged 10. learned witl the UveUeei appi ration of LOUM XVI HiInatlrn -uileil him beautlfuUy. He foutfh Beutien as a lieutenant ol This amorous adventurer never ventured Into wedlock, though he had one narrow escape. He devoted a whole book of reflections essn to the subject of love It tells meant more about Its author than about ils subject Samples of its wisdom. "One can acquire anything in solitude except character." is a kind of avarice, the uorel of all." GLOBE OPENING FRIDAY Plu*: SI H it STMI SHOW A Desperate Killer-Kidnaper Loose In... %  -UNION—WIUIAM HOlDfN Nancy Olson Bany Fitzgerald tYlf 6ETTGF8 'JAN SIfl NG \*H X III 4 1.1 B riMMA (Momberi Only) A FOREIGi. AFFAIR'' V PARAMot'NT PK'Tt'RK drs^oons, inUn kick graceful pirouette, tt> affali i ng u hnirie (hgt'te to -house. range ol by m means lnand tpuchlli %  %  i.. | VUdlmlr The heroine of LanuV %  shed novel haatUlg the emphati %  np i oncei ne with the qua tlon. "Whel pr* 1st i' is love v" Uei portrait •i OluUa rianisri, gn Italian lniH.V AND ABStlKRINf! nit AM \ or HDMAN RELATIONS' \ IVIIil.V PRKSKNTKD BETTE -Beat! %  %  %  I/. s,m making H fog-kornf r "J' l"'!' r '' A W n i r for I me to Vi %  %  purchase t manuf* lurer ich %  % %  k. CrowdV l til on the SW rn Bti sap, nofhinu." The real of hilong milling career he spent m tin %  aria! There was an inte When pursuing an actress nant., Melante Quilberi he went uir t. and get up In diary of 1H who alarmed Stendhal (• • m u[ lo ithnrity on love asked tw mi to Thmk li over, propow ige: was turneil down The II rnent ol Urrual from a No peasant Into a fashionable coeotle VVurld i "1'iiirlil Keserved -ii n\ MEN'S SHIRTS -ARROW White $7.10 MEN'S SHIRTS B. V. D. Grey, Tan. Blue .__$7.31 MEN'S SHIRTS ELITE striped $4.03 MEN'S SHIRTS RELIANCE $3.90 4.55 4.87 <3aberdine 56" Per yard T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE 4606 TO IIKI.P vor KEEP YOUR GARDEN BEAUTIFUL WV Oftir — KIIIIIMT II,,.,. I N'OITICS ( lift CiniHTlui. I'liions ll.ik,.. Smutl Hand Turk. I'urilcn Korks N ,1.O„B Handle—4 Pronf) ALSO TRIPI.KX BPSAYEBB—SnMaUt l„i Taorii Cricket I Inh THE IIAIIIIAIIOS lO-OI'DIIATIVi: cenrTON FA roiiv I.TII. Hardware Department Tel. No. 203? with • [ mi,mi llll! UMIllicit IIID ,....,, um %  -—m !" CARIBBEAN PREMIERE %  I *# \ B TOWN i UDA1 .n i v ;OTH MUDOETOWN :,,.,! .In omen, i new ##.. i v.. i o-.-, M.„ JOHN WAYNE "OPERATION PACIFIC" ith Ml Ma HaVU. w^ia BOND Fhmp CAMBY NOW PLAYING '"<" and 'OKACNIT" Opining FRIDAY 20th mil DAVIS ." PAYMENT ON DEMAND Dial MM < IMM.I'KIII s %  ,„ | ssloN I.AIVI.IJSS VALI.KV QllM. III Sll UTDIN OF THE BAIIMIN 4.All 11 TIIE GARDEN — ST. |AVBf THIS WAS PARIS Ban Lvon. Ann Dvomk A i.i \s of un racofl Nl NSCT PASS 'TATKIN IW8T r.iipnif: ;: %  S OI.ItlKHS TIIHt.fV willi David NivrnHotorrt Nrwlon IIOY.%1. X Rrpubllc WI...1,S.,1-1 %  • DISKRT Aoarr • % %  MARSHALL OF LiRLDO •TMl WlllUm Ellloll — and § -HIIN Of BUFFALO HILL HOW i"n.. atatsn I-J.. i %  i-. •at* Csaesn r "'' **'" 1 "RAWHIDE" II.. -.,.i • ith gbtgh Mailowr-Dean JaSr OLYMPIC L.M %  HB1..1. tod., I I-. | i\ • mi: i SDBUKA \ I KI\I;DOM V#^v,v%v^*.v,*,.^vv^^ f0 M. O Mi K THEATRE TO-OAV LAST SHOWS 5 & B.13 P.M. THE 13th LETTER LINDA DARNELL CHARLES BOYER GRAND QUIZ CONTEST TO-MORROW NITE AT S.30 with Ihe Film IT'S ALL ABOUT WOMEN-AND THEIR MEN! all about eve "-. %  •iwir-"a^-0*^f.,il^^.iwtoi*^-W*i4si^ri*iirt#*Cb* O-s I





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HAKBADOS ADVOCATE HI -DAY. JULY U. 1951 Hf^NRY " h BRIDAL SH BY CARL ANDERSON 7 MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY CONCU;9 ON > -;-.-.-.".. =C-<9.-. rrr HIM C3M89 ^ ANO--BZ &"42 r A -xr.t aoci v.-o v\s ^2e?CT w ^u s A IS STAB V\-3N T-f^CANS SEE ~lS J--ZE — BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG ^f( THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER JACKSON. YOU OUTSMARTED VOUHSiir BY TRYING TO SMASH THE POVrER HE OON'T OUTSMART HIMSflP, SHERIFF HE WAS OUTSMARTED j BY THE LONE RANGER' j BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS : % %  %  JOJ' TO %  r A -: > OfT TO i _,. r-'~' i %  l ... JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS vou APE CULT TUE MAN AV VANT TO f-IBI -E GOBS %  sEET--A_*'NG EO SOME WORE *. _i_ ^*V. THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES ^ T il l-.l % %  coral limaMl > i-u t'"-> 'io)u>t rig/il. Yd kaoWi 1 v.liru yuu look flt till|>rinlag. t, JI vuu ran 1 £ vX (mer va ue Hl* 1r tc€ it a Tan Plain-front Oxford. Ti.il to every pair i. llie John 1 liile l.unr.i.if.Miield— Iho riga vhi.-li means juH riphl '.' Look for il in tcailiii" slorca in Barbados. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right J NO CONSTIPATION FOR 25 YEARS "My hueband introduced m to ALL BRAN ehortiy after we were married I uae it m my cooking u well M for break. fast. The DMUII. we're regular a clockwork 1 Mn AntorunA (•raziano. 453 Gartwld A. Jmty City, K. i)a* if many untohcitra 'etiers /n Aix-bRAN i*iei_. If .you suffer from constipation doe to lack of dietary bulk, eat an ounce (about j cup) of cnapy KeUofg'a ALI.-HKAN daily, dnnk plenty of water. If not satisfied after 10 dAy5,myrn eaipty bo* to Kellojf Co of G %  ii B-iUia, Ltd.. Mifttkeittr. EfieUsd. (Jet DOUBLE T0U1 HOHEV BACKl \'/rtV*w vvAvwwwyAt s CARROTS, (whole HM and diredl PEAS MlXHi VM.rTABLI s TOMATOES TOMATO ram CAMPBELL'S SOI'PS < In.A.,, nM Hre. rhlearn noodle, and Beef PINEAPPLE JI'ICE PEARS PEACHES APRICOTS a. Q. OATS. (large a, %  mail) CORNFLAKES • HAMS (litest M Ih. Complete your List from These STUARl Si SAMPSON (1938) LTD. j ;I HradquarteM for Bet Rum. II SAVE .^ $ If will. Am FERGCSOIV Wheel Traelor WORLDS MOST COPIED 1RACT0R ifeu!^i47tlj With UM I %  : '>! %  a RgBlOT your :. i.i oan %  %  < pkmihail UKl U<>unit is avaiUblt 1 js %  iTWMparl V. Iiu-le. I ..f this vnaatile TracU.r II one-third thai of a Truck Tractor, and you will be an it* performance. Further infonr.mion on apphcu< Ol III I NY I. Alt VI.I ,ROBT. THOM. LTD.) Dial 4616 S EVCE & Co. Ltd. j Gal These Tastv I Delights For Your Enjoyment -lb tin Daniah rlam.4 ,. Swifts Luncheon Beef ,. Vienna Sausage "Black Buck" Sauce Tln s Lamb Tongues ,. Cocktail Biscuits ,. Salted Peanuts .. Sliced Bacon AND OUR POPULAR Five Star Rom — Ul Bot MARK YOUR BRITISH CARRIER THI FASTEST SlUVICE TO EUROPE *** YOU JAVI MONfY TOO ON IVIRY LRTTII. *,*-yzrSK BRITISH WIST INDIAN AIRWAYS FOR AIRMAIL STICKERS. ALWAYS AIRMAIL "BRITISH CARRIER" FOR SPEED AND ECONOMT BWIA BilTISH WIST INDIAN AISWAYS ^THESE ^^ AUTO ACCESSORIES Ml !'.l Ii l: I rill K MATTING TYRE l'RF.SSl*RE GAUGES BATTERY HYDROMETER MMOMZ WAX & CLEANER CHAMOIS On. Tlnn HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID VALYE GRINDING COMPOUND ELIXITE GASKET CEMENT BLACK TOP DRESSING STEERING WHEEL COVERS ELECTRICIAN VI nil4 SCREWDRIVERS SPITFIRE LIGHTER FLUID FRONT SPRINGS FOR FORD S H.P. 1* HP. F'RONT SPRINGS FOR MORRIS H.P. & U H.P. ENGINE VALVES FOR ALL MODELS ENGLISH CARS DECARBONIZING GASKET SETS FOR ALL MAKES ECKSTEIN Bros. BAY STREET IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only WABVEMURE Isually Now Pkgs. Colibre Toilet Paper 2 for 58 Tins Klim (5 lbs) 2 for 1 Pkgs. Quaker Oats Tins Classic Cleanser Tins Heinz Tomato Soup Bottles Guava Jelly Usually NOW 6.98 <>.00 54 IH 42 : D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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. l I I.' \ \ 11 I \ BAKKUlovDVtM Ml p \t.i nun I Th* name .***ft. r~.r iMaff 'Ct***tt***" llelpm |0 clfnnnr l/ie .ivalVm f'riim liUmil intl'iirilivH Itnpurliln In the 1.1.. L mev caiiac rhrunuMW itvhr* and palm. Mil! *nJ painful lotnt*. bo.l, P.i....l. .-.ml dlmord.-r.. CaWfcc't Blood MUturv belpa to purify ihe blood. dMM 'I' >TI'f •"••* a.*ll* m r< "(urliif B-MH! hra'ih. •.ngiw-lr.ini.iii nil Con pin. —I U. 1\. Delegates Get Free Passage To Kaes*>ni> LUL-Egypl Dispute \wieirw uii.t /\ %  l rum Flga I %  Egyptian neat %  fc n saa r e Aeaca. a pwi v w ing lo tin I hail in the t.ulf of A: given .. warning ahoi i>> .. %  • Answer, General llv EBNEST lloilhltt HT KAESONQ, July lti. The U.N. c.. : .ition had complete lu.'dom of atni in the ccue-Hn conference cily on Monday, in compliance with I'.N demands. Jeep and truck convoys of the U.N. rolled inlo Kaes.ni; this morning without white Alga and without being hailed, by an armed partj ol i. While the COnfarenci 1 walked around the "'"'"'' 1 u a clrl1 Og lein*ithted o u 25S.'^ 1 vehicle going Into Kaeaong today, and saw only two armed jnn unwarri ,nted mti Communists military police while en route. It appeared iho a>wcn.om of ahinptaa tl as if the Communists are complying—so lar as the eve the Suez Canal, ana could see-with t* N demands that the city be demilitarized ii-cram violation ol international and that the UN. delegation Vg%** be given freedom a ^ (,.„., ,^ id( ,. I saw about 30 Communist soldiers In a h/Jne nilddle of next ': %  : %  %  %  I %  >. 'twm.lt %  i. Te itand ITI..I i \ I \ ..•>.m-i tlUK I %  %  l Madam Au.l it • %  ecl like %  %  CO t fW <..!.' NO, MilHirr mi \II\IV i PublM I r|M,|,,t Of movement I saw about 30 Communist soldiers in a toSTS co m pany, about five were armed. Tni UN has **Teed that Ihc unilaterally by Egypt lo abn w ... ,_. Commidateta v. ill oohce the cit> gute Ihe 20-year, 1936 AnuluIjaftirV MlOUt'lI |HO TW. if ihc Communttti with RUM Riyplinri treaty, were lighted near the Conference Britain itlll maintain! %  foothold Si* war, Tn place and were very embarrassed „, t \ lv Canal Zoiuend lha Budatl %  3 found thai they were The U.S afBar U3 uM in: |eod being photographed by UN civilian offices In the Anglo-Iranian conan rtcd aa rf a skilled ling Utern to forth, the army. one in the army, should rail him a soldier. Days In Trinidud Er „ K'_ : i GS T. ON ';. J, l> ..": ... cian to-day talk. iop'ics He la !•> %  in Trinid.. t the nuy noi ham been nri When ^jj katma • vd u, Truman tell. Government gaw which Va iral C. Tu an0 other ~- „,u become greater U the And".... TeiMO-iti fjinairtn T ttl.Ki-o. Joy. ame oJt of refused to niirn land, mately lioo hours he told thi.-...,, Hi that the U.N. dclegaLVIg UM Moor all morning. beUey* lUJeab dmHu said that he expected tinCompOMll lowai 10 have it during the cendJUon I ••Jlternoon. ala.-but cing The Communisti asked for a heavily lined, Imprisoned, ind he iwO-OOttT recess from 11.00 a.m. feels l hat this might l-hance* to el?r %  .l a t Commun I Iranian ten 1H. ;: Nam D poaed for the iniornied cat thai 8li i i ii tmmunut photograArchibald Wyi tn< Bi pAMn Commissioner >n Imiia. is II-n. Nam El smiled once lUghtly London for consultations with the duiii.H the 10 minutes thai ComBritish Government on i .-wd llUlOB the confarrelations betw.-en India II %  m i The CommtusW Ian. Kfe lefl here law nlghl b* [pr the most parti howItritish Overseas Airways, and his %  n pracl •! %  ileparture was desr.ipa. bei %  . Bb< utl Govt for tl e past eo Tears— ... .m awful lot i-> I.iiii^hler ..i%  ci tears lluiltline is n.t puorll hki MII >ti IMU i mere I Ihe iirm belief ....... I iixof the American stage, who ha not. %  I al 84. caused a baby depression by InIng Hie amount uf % % %  aring ment required on meti M H i"i down %  • Tnen Devtd Balaaco aa*e attn b v> v unknown ri nu %  gnat actor. So I .„ -ma AU. I he bank* and Insurance etwnA* with all area) <..tm-th.ni... REGISTRATION Of VDTEKS CIINTIM ES ..i.-thrnt %  s I (JO KGrS, J.a. 14 ffgorfe Of %  %  %  puhltt It) ordiag p Out ol %  HLeel ii % % % % %  i %  Ukeb i" n ihc time of • h %  Laalal tl %  %  %  % %  ibUtty ah i..ii.]. %  m it the 'kit %  dlatrkl %  i Aorordlng to i i 1 i me %  %  iNoiehl i Ml; St \i % %  ,s..uiii) 1,401 B Oavl %  n %  ihc lUii i .1 list s, ptcenbi %  i Lad BlecUon Daj 0 h Bo f.n there h been hit Hi K) Even i mp fratn enaii %  inning f.n 11..pai i-.ii i I Ml % % %  nit} knnu'ii hai not yei pi II: %  %  I! ., T ,\ I /?, ,/ f / / otoommp c4ook 4ft ATKINSONS i ofoaHfS .' being ruiinecti'i uilli "roulilie Factorv Ltd. I. n. Lna 1 nig' 11 !' 1 ion..ultatiuns". Tin it IS faced wMh Bfl ; n t N Photographer there rial COnUOCI Ian Prime suppiv of c ne on Ihc 18M i op. n. looka picntv rugged." Mini-ter Ueoun Ah Khan's staiefar In excess Of the factory-Chlnew CtinnninnUt and North ment on Indian B maximum cepacltKoreei -d about a doaen photoistan borders in F,..~t Punjab. therefor,COinpCslcd to Urni! Pro•nphen nnd cori-capondents here Informed sources said however l '"" duction according^, limit neceaslf or i ne talks. The New Chlni that such movements must have ; I""" the kiUK-k.iloul—and Broad Aganey corrwrnoDdeot who become necessary becau i i ..• wui. Tang, said that .sistent t.tlks Of a ln%  Ived on Seturm*. dulge.1 In by Pakistan laedi I that the New Chin —t'.r. News Agency, lie l nmmunisl RATES OF EXCHANGE e*M*aa Ji'iv IS, in ci>aquaa on toting %  quota • the %  %  maxt •.... %  us it is i led U ; %  %  %  G ten top 11 %  %  Communist newsman Tang i lid Ihat, "about two month' ted to u ho 1 Iked with the i %  graphef Gondoliiis Slrik Hundred on strike tiiia VF.NICI;. if gondo i Corn proth. ned f. ii Mm Ukc Scotch . Wll III l(| %  i %  holies ii. in New % %  Nod "somewhere in North t^,,,, to citv admlnistrai Ymk i ind it won cultiv itl produit —I*.P, TUG COSTS $30,000 NOT ACCEPTED motor boats not only • turned b canala, but with their compel throtifh left it iMpecaatbaa foi %  The strike w.iv r.dled \\\v<\ the cilv administration refused U> firanl UM %  n i!iV.'''iu.l.M help gondolier.-. working iyia*aog wicm niirp k PORT-Or-SPAIN, Julv 16. $30,000 without its FVom Oiir Own CttrTpomlr.n < enniiie. a new 40-ton tug which POH i righl made, was The Governmenl of Trinidad ly n fh**d r .*^' <, ".' .* ,.. bv ,_. %  Gondoliers daimed that waves i (tegelman, raised by aWCM will damage Ihi barbi n „. limn the numbe. of atotoi boat I %  Mod with pu S3*KS SPuS-sffc. :i %  tug built by this company Guiana rice. The n made principally of local lu... '""• %  %  •' : !" "'"'"!,;;,Mhe ;^„S serv^^X i !" X.?l,a,*, within tfio barlxnir. old bull" found It* new pro|M>sed Iration, said Hon. A11>ort Go i of Labour. —U.P. I A in's cho ..: fiea* ^% I0CWT CLASS Here rt toffe* with the inviting oromo, the heavenly flavor that mo*ei every tip o lotisfying ea perle n ce. w.th Choi* & Soriborn you get oil the flavor your cup con hold. Ask for Ooie & Sonborn today. \\ • %  For swift tf a ll fl u an.l I v iimiiiiniiili suburban areas, this van hi many types of mcr Juno. effect on Bnloh Weil Indian trade — ond so, on you. Now there i> o change for Ihe belter I Becuuie Conadu i purcho.ing an intreoiingly large omount of R>iti,h goods ond servicet, it l| po.ublr, now, under the Bfilith West Indie. Trade Liberaliiation Plan, to impori muny ilerm from Canada which you haven't seen in quantity '01 many a lona day. Pleu.unl new, for you . ond for utl A return to more normal trade with Cunado .hould be a* natural lo you ot breathing. Aller all, we are Iradilionul tuiii.ua neighbour!. Conadiun Eavl Coud fi-.hmg craft were a fam.i.ur sight in your porli nearly 700 yean ugo. fhey brought in dried fnh and took out cargo*, of iuyor, moloives and r w m. And, at siller nal-ons in the Britidi Common weo I lh. we have many mutual interests. So, now lhal brooder trade for better living ii povuble again N Ihot, o. ol yore, you make Canada your lirjt vouice of vwpply . your fn.t port of call. B.W.I. Importers alense note Undvi'heB.Wl.l'ctfobbarolizolionPlan.ConadianKjpplaen wieh a h.ilo. of t-.p-v. to lh* Bni.th W*.l IndMt during I94A 7 B, a


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Asks? ESTABLISHED 1 19 %  TUESDAY JULY 17. 1951 rui. E mi i r.\ rs U.K-EGYPT DISPUTE HEADS FOR SHOWDOWN Britain Trying To Hold On To Suez By H. SilACKFOAD LONDON, tJtUy'10. |£GYPT'S long tmUrmg dlipnt ii Br lain plungec. toward an air' ;'io, threatens the once mighty British Empire loss of dominance in anothor strategic area. The proud British si is" of India, Pakistan. Palest In .it a u i i, are trying to hold a', least the Suez Canal vital to the defence of tiu the key point in the lifeline Empire. Russia Starts AniiAmerica Propaganda In Middle Kast AWII o\Kin t |U1 -. %  (tig itD %  tretnt' l ... %  %  is out of Hi' l %  a • %  %  %  Bgyptlari Tin Egyptians also claim that i they toffy co-operation with Bni wnatavei form th. Ml Command lakes unlll the British concede Rgypt' demand* larly thti month, m addled to Ihli Are, whan steamship, the Kmntre n*rn. I I stoppe d i Ua protest to (Ung dan %  subsequently I pealed to tinL'.N Council to consider Eg> ; %  ads ni BH young Mta i I that Egvpt JI„ Canal area la ana of vital si %  I %  end probably the most important spot for die Bart against major aggression. u. any major troubla ii Egypt would i' u II Middle East boiling again r in t lam of ua situation in Iran. Egypt's restrictions on tin uag ni ina canal may in.a to bring tha anttra coaaplaa; Egyp.•to a head I ra adamant on canal restrictions, and lnatt| th I win maintain them u hac rtghl under the principle nf national sovereign \v. The real posed on M 16, I048i whan th* %  %  %  of the bin! iln r ryinc H* But this ii '-'i I %  %  the Middl" East to bran for>*ed the closing of the important Hi.' .. rv Important m w thai 1 %  • ; %  .... i |OBl %  ports, and tha l. %  HI customs Bttthorltle I is unloaded norm illy In till manner according to tons brought baton the prfsa courts, and according to I %  help ih I Arab refugees. The btscWstbia of n ahjp h' the Egypt! • for auch I ship even to %  %  Alan port. i, %  with loci l Ui 111 the %  aagHB* Kot.li ifl ill Egypt m On Pafe 3 A SUU FOR A K'SS up on %  %  %  %  %  One • away %  totnei .1 %  ile M I t r NEW YORK Jul) II 1 %  a i %  ., UI tra y Onset* %  %  %  %  to expand Wall Btj i eastern interests." %  %  %  • %  %  politico wl \ tusivel) m t %  athm offefi In Iran hi not based primarily %  Instead country's desire to pour oil over stormy a Itude bat ..i in *in i"i i s* IUH %  foreign policy — f.p. %  Prince Philip Quits 'Magfrie' ";' !" ""llhc llou^ol Con Reds Outline Three Points For Ceasefire KAESONG. Juiy 16 \UMIRAL JOY preaenUd the U.N. stand Ai the first five minutes of the Ron., i today and was followed by the North I (rener.il Nam El, Chief of the Communist delega tion. utll ed th aaai -An CANAUA H lotti Town, itNNIE OAKLEY* le Cnitadi.>. IM .1 I ii:ii | i %  I i saluted in uont nioa Oontt E6.000 Aflked Por *Vineess Margaret LONDON. July ll> Government %  %  %  us a tall blond young It %  officer in the rowboai Duke of Edinburgh, hui •th. ending bk brut • irl i of the Magpie and pos%  ibtj in active naval eareer. 1 on Thin i role ol lad Royal require Blsabeth's pre ei e [1 • iln, Philip ... 1 h telling the en : I %  %  hnntc with h %  • i I I %  -IP Princess Margaret EO.IKHJ allowance beginning Auj gust 2\ when sinLeisure tea rkea I'JJV uaaaiil tho Bin on members of the Royal family, a eSJJOQ allow* \tarnrr! ana I payable ime 21 But by mistake no 1 siting the • %  s-.ii -. n "i 1 %  Km h provided bar his daughter %  ', %  %  I Mill tl dlowance Ii Secretary Herbert Isorriaon geta B I, .1 yaai f.p. Truman \\ ill IK Over Flood Arfas WASHINGTON. July 10 %  mounrcd %  lelasourl and Kane u Boi d areas lp tomorrow lip %  %  M i ton tomorrow nigh; %  IT France Is Still Without A Govt. IS. July 16. FINANCE MINISTER Maurice I la showdown with %  i in his efforts to form a new Cabin I political Aftei ft Hope For Truce Is An Uneasy One SK( ITJL July Hi. uuons may be drawn on U.N. thirudi Intentions by talking with the key figures in the recant %  ions. Tin v are: Firstly. UN has no Ii tention of giving up territoo held north ol the 38th parallel, nor of withdrawing its fronl %  Secondly, anj hope ^i removing U-N. iture Ii without substance d ktaotitj of U s will rh.ingi !> it*mifr lit' fiaspfri i!< -iIIOffice ROME Jul] Ifl Alcide di Qasp> anti-Com/nuiaibt .. d Italj into ^ i M PI i unbrokan kaKlefshlp of the Italian lova i ni % %  1 %  %  to quit when h i-n mi-f Inuu lo %  erk* louched 'h-. %  .. naeppa Pella, M r,. asurj Hmutci and oi ' %  Thirdly, the hoped roi trues ii -ii be .ni unes tor Communism have anasj their %  This coi'cruondent h. given tn lhentire Pro.* rurpM by U.S. and British ornee rs Hv (uu li %  %  dual expression;; on a personal The third [tin lary per. !T iiii!fcrm — with aUoi mcei [01 mattan uea AH ni %  %  I one ii^ponsii>i>' parson .IIM not by any other. 1 t these vu arc known lo Wi hlngt %  i Ural c rurner Joj tlon wi .. %  i ... %  itut the ' %  of the A general dutltne have i'"' yet bo %  iijiists* Forged $10,00 Notes It AGED tan-doUai Trinl* irculattim " rrinldad The loci %  numlii'i Ian 04 'i %  .i %  At a glance the noli appeal to be of the two noi The Police i over to go to hln i Oku Bssu Kansas Floods Are Receding KANSAS CITY, M The rai u-l EUvei %  i wa i both li .Hi.i tin' %  welling aftssisBippl | i %  %  %  : .mil Kan* u Rlvci i its of about an Inch an hour In 1 %  %  l ad el tit Industrial Hod on Ihe Ml oui I Id* the height of tha flood, wa burning ItseTl ou) — t !• the chief architect of the Oovempollcy.— V.f. Violent Storms Sweep Italy MILAN. Juiy 18. storms swept northern Italy over the wee k end to orchard* and crop phone and telegraph iioles in eev> era) mull towns which tl In%  banks and flooded % %  %  ' hour wind damaged so hi tino. up:. tons wore Injured hi Milan % %  railing tile I.P. To-day's Wc&ther Chart Run:i-rgag s.n. I Moon: Fir't Ouartur I %  %  I a.m. 2.5S p.m. Lev Tide.Si am.. 841 protl %  %  pi %  U %  tit %  The flfl %  4) i %  rai %  %  I %  1 %  %  %  ChorleIP Kussiaiis Can Throv) KOIIIIXTS Against Britain LX>NDON, July 16 %  day lh;it Russia probably could | throw more bombers uu ^tain than the Nazis d i %  Battle of Britain dui %  n,g World War n Addressing two Royal Air Force that narrowly defeated the lanTtwarss overBril l ; Crawley said that the It A F. might easily lose such a battle now if war broke out suddenly with Russia. i Russia has 1B.000 firstbe capat rying atom iiiu.ui. f.p._ 20TH MINISTER CANBERRA, July |0. %  it..ix-rt Uanstaa anaj %  twantletn %  % %  %  IfOtlP of the N If. tw i %  39 Put Embargo On Anns To Rods • i ORB %  %  %  %  %  %  K-.i. i l>. r %  ad Th* lid it ill be 1 %  %  %  Mi/.iU IW DtMspil I tvtafy Pound* HI 'N. July Hi. ibeth h.i u-lnuned %  •mi M pounda of) in i i %  i Mond it" i %  M. Prince Philip I :, 1 tain xini. his naval .aid. ind televi* %  %  who were ild Elliot* th who IUH ter tin hlld Pi In \pne to a ip Phllli i r Mil..Defeated United Stab repemeo u in effeel until tl K IN, July II Clei ni Auii r ( r the K"i onslaught The i defeatad '. Assemlil. on 1 thnt l'ii ad tl llahmeni %  %  %  %  This ; %  not tir %  rom his present front Unes Tiu;| United Nai third poiai ;li linn a ban • I *. trannpoi'./ %  i I n .'r have token sin lar stand \ v FIFTEEN DEAD TKHKHAN. July IS. • i mt toudi' mg one pouo bodies will bu i %  %  Two i,' An official poll i %  munis t claim oi acoroe, too high 1 p ARTIES HEADLINE Filipinos Disappointed Over Jap Treaty Refute $10,000 NSW YORK. July Mi. laid, while the prop-." %  Ign Affairs said on pr Filipinos ol % % % %  ., Unous In the opinion thjt SUM that the groat powers will proposed Japanese peace .ward' If, 'i >RK Jn | %  %  •( %  need i* t r il but ignorem the right%  %  % %  • || %  • ted nation than red on President d i %  %  ...; . .. %  viM in the world th' %  %  lirst as a aression ei l %  %  %  | nold the dee|*st esteem. i may be."* I %  | say that I %  i r i retl) I .. | lath %  bet %  %  %  r ti> return iinistratlnii as of %  i ..... on a nob %  i ., %  %  %  %  wind-up of the hcssion. The live-man negotlai %  • lelKoptei but Ihe n nu ndea oi i i \ ovei land convo) The convo) wen unm irked t" an) w tiiti I %  it win ihroughou! u were ntilltorj in.in i men and ihej n km .1 hour and 80 mil it > thus far, toterruptad by %  two %  %  U.K. Oppose Pad Between US—Spain LONDON. Jub Ifl I made •kimwn t., %  to snj km.i of (inlt'.irv • • %  n Uie United Sliei Spain. A upokninan lor the i omm< a ung on n i '. • %  kind of • i %  %  In i*ir wind in conne Ion with lo-il.n'. iiinv.il i.f I i nnt keen about thi %  Inin ; the Atlantic pad oi tho %  %  %  of tfn %  ii-.n .mi' nisi i. . ..I %  • %  %  %  • i li ..in %  —UP. Gunmen Kill Lebanese %  S I %  1 %  I %  I. 1 % %  %  %  i ol ti i %  RJj id' bod .II be %  > i oved b) plane to iieimt ornli %  f.i' Argentine Has High lloprs Ms JOHN IMRRV i I 'M I\" .1 ,|, |.. rhi \ en Mimner. Alberta M.i rtondo, sold II lib ii i ii.i.i', ; %  I i %  II bv fin f if] U iii %  tiled f.i i Ith. . partJ ttntctive t londo eohool %  i.. | ed If ehe persl %  %  i %  Ith, the ." %  %  %  r r Albanians Leave Home: Flee Police YI OOSl .'.'• LA %  E TERROR1! M %  i able" bul i 11 i event* Uuice, roctntly arrlvi here In thlg snclsnl little lov/n wlthlB AJbatuan botoau srnigra ,./,.ii /„, %  "a"' '^' f'irni oei • %  %  %  %  • i %  | . ... %  %  %  I |alMd n had du ipcan d < rid of 1949. n iltSl Kxecution Ived here the woods and • %  %  %  Hintotos He aaeeuUon ana Ui il of %  i %  day to tote 19-m dragged oui of hie home t OO the spot. All nu nbers ti fn totsrnrnani %  int supporter was installed li 1950 am' i rned an I I lerhaps 80 or mon %  %  frontier. %  %  The in. %  %  %  %  In OO %  I V %  I tppeargood CI u 1 %  i turn Hghi : %  %  % %  %  about $100,0Q re than he %  .. 10.000 III the WI %  In Nee %  %  —f.p. Diplomat Killtti LIMA. Jul) diplomat J< %  long tin outskirts if Lima ^ I I %  and ww %  four bullet i I %  i i' The "ADVOCATE" pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night.



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II ESDAY, .11 IV II, i3i ll\RBAIM)S IDVOCAM CLASSIFIED ADS -**•*** !" T hings Happen Quickh iwr.i KEAL ESTATE DIKD I 1H1 at hn p..bertt TtMnirv. St KMM IRMrt .. ;!.. %  W**^H \l I %  Hh pp I Bi'uMa cnn ..run ana veron nn* | A Alma MK.1411 end M. I^T-m %  ,I,MW^,> Altai %  liYXOI \ I .MI.M-* IBOtUAN On J„K l IBM .1 jiei •"' HUM* Utrwlvri)l Hrr funeral will la... |IM above mi*"" al 4 J> o'lixk inn afternoon lor rU Mary Church Friend* i "•M tI'"O"H thai will aloa %  MR upon Ihe earth lli.ilhwaltr iwlffi Eddi. .children, and BMOH> %  linger r ota> • win*. HOLIDAY HXaORTS—GreB.tB—|*w o( ftptcoo SANTA MAHIA-l.-> in c i n xM DUN (nw r o "AND HOTEL—ta bon ml(liniial drftrwl uniri %  l i. %  %  I. > (n .. %  <(_\smr INN--On Qra-Hl An* Rathfnj be-eh Rate fiom M pri head per •. R**auirie* ... n M ffttn— niiiipja %  Ml Mil .; %  • HUP —fipm ItovvrU'y liuxivr riftb "I li I:\RRISON :i\\ ^ HMBI .... %  >••( ripn.a n. UITTENS. sat '_:• IMi I Thu^d., • I' I > V-INid : %  -. I in A vlcii. ,,i,' r al a RelUf W.. ... %  .:. P Y etMl M ( MI I I I K I , I aeanfap %  • %  • %  recent pa-*i>rl | •held be .dOi..-| io Mtun pa Coal* a, Co lid I'O Box l"J. Dnun !" "THINCiS happen hear days thai great i ished In U romcnibfml untd | -iue "f the -ireet. %  %  %  %  rea lust outi CM \!-M .i | %  Hi M .,i( || 1 i OF BARBADOS %  %  1 LA! j %  .. | Ian apvi %  %  %  I i.l. HI IH1SI Ml i ,,| ,i •moot A HI-SIPF-NT MATRON .hit*. %  %  %  1 MISCELLANEOUS niiM.wi undersigned will -i mrlr OflU. \ CSAWrORS 1 • i| ami .vi, j u i> hh 1M0 Mr.-,, pa -t t.,k r MU llllam. Charle* Met.. lU B A %  C*nr*wr ichlM IT 7 SI In :. %  aaaal debt rat] I-,I Mast" AXTT.lt TO III V Ol n stWlNO MACHINE n.it of uaa food prlrr. paid. Ai t..ncr of ralrrhild I 10 T 11 -3M ""if .* %  %  %  .1 i !'...%  I I In Florida %  MhM %  Thr imr * lot ed WM calird %  %  > Tim* takri nraj in. .,!*, ol gntf. Rut maaiorm luin b^rk r.erv |. ~ %  %  • laoaa who I.Mt I Th i-pan of pi.rtli.|| without > tamil 7 SI—li %  H %  I, D Phillip 13 -I. %  band and lathe %  %  Atlrrv In God • i>r.i.i!fil vard-Fn Awav Irom all lorrnw and pain Snmr day v hen iifr> loumvv U • p pas Wr .(.,11 .,; mr,l ... fMaaTI -|>ln %  rar \D i..i. LftMtart ..!,, HM %  T L. I "li I l-.vlnc mrmnr* or our brloVMl ilai 1( lii„ Ihph, lt Chrlatlnn Price dird on ITIh Jul> IMS Ttrcr yran have pakkfd imrr MMHT A i-oi .MI LOST HKE TICKET Berir Flndrr W"" n-tiini aarrw i Cram tlapaam Chrirt Chutrh Jvocalo Artvt Drm GOVERNMENT NOTKE. POST I.I ASSISTANT ENOINRCR and CLHTRIt'AL INSPrt'TOR. Klrrtrlrltv St Trlephone In p.rl mcnl, firrnads. Appllcatioiui are invited for Ihi po of Assistant Engineer and Elertncal Inspector, Ek-ctricity ti Telephone Dr-partrnpnl, Grenada The conditions of %  ppOtatOMOl ii. .i follows:— I Salnry in Ihe grade of $2,160 x US — $2,640 p.i 2. Temporary cost of uvLng bonm QI the i .Mr of in-; salary up to $2,400 and 8 I'STon salary over $2,400. .1. Travelline. allowance not -v-xc**ditiK $50 p.a. 4. The post is pensionable, ft. Probationi.ry pTiod of o year in the llr.it instance. The iipplie.int should h;ve good technical knowledge of Electricity and Will be required to perform any duties m connection with the rid maintenance of the Electricity amTe' 'phone Department which the Engineer-inC'h;irge. to whom he will be directly responsible, may require. It will also be his duty lo assist the Engineer-in-Charge In the work of supervision of the plant ill the Pow-r Station (including the Refrigeration Plant). The initial salary may be at a figure above the .minimum in the car? of an exceptionally qualified person. Candidates should apply in writing to th" Administrator. Government Office. Grenada. Government Office. Ground.!. 28th June. 1951. 137.51—4n. cTo-day's G. A. Song T EA foi WO •'Can't you see howhappy we would be With GAS Installed rO-DAVS NEWS FlASn HEAVY I'l. \STir SHtFTTNG in tliil nl Shade-; Miitahlili i I ui r* •.!,. |„|, and Table Covrrlni*. JOHNSONS S TATIONER Y JAXO FRFNf'li POLISH at N80IT8 HARDWARE f "-'.',','."'.'. %  ",',' '.'.',','.',',',',',',', W?K'£ \ {SELLING? WE ARE BUYERS We buy anything connected with STAMPS SheeVSingle Stamps. Collections. Accumulations and Covers, Good prices Paid tl the— (arlbbeaa Stamp Society 3rd Floor, No. 10, Swan St I FOR S\I I lurlhrr par) >. applv lo CiiTT! I. CATPORD to Mlaa uord on SirnddV*. AUTOMOTIVE AOCTWW UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER M>R aUMT KI-II-IH-I eftavpl kMaR Tj r--. aM M c*nu .*i"Ji,i M nunti — o*,r i* i-o-dj j cMtt a uoij iMa* ,,„„ a fw oa Saadopa HOUSES • lAK-OU M in ituvd ordrr. food it Mnifc. I in ui %  R —1M1 Dodar Snlan fluid Drtrt I i mi la.1* *i VAN A 1 Van hi ili. >ffll ApplLIQUOR UCBNSI NOTICE .,., r *. ai a wall Z I Dial ll... ; li .ucnuciu. IMI Plinx-o KE*'hk;i-.K.\riit. may b* Inapectad al Lo Yard. Chaapiide Apply II. L Hrnlt'. si Philip. ; -. :.i i i n • n TAtMA. Eaq Poller *!.. v iinATMWArn:. %  Opurl Itbr hrln JJIV ISSl at II %  inababa (or October ^.i Dr*eiiil--t n.ji 4IT1 triM A ID irii> Hi-.i Road Hat 1 rt .,m. -I..1 or un^ % % %  I at iniriim;M laai Monidaj whe was ral-e > widow %  i the [.rrf ( ,rm;w ff, %  ,fi Bevan described it I %  I %  i.l In (iiUttle more m PRlffaff; or. .t hi might try Ingi %  ..., %  i arc witMD hU reacn S|M.I that b not 'l.on.l.mis,-,! 1 LORD BOYD ORH, who M given £. %  "*\ L 1 -iv thin Gr-at am oftr. According lo Ma lordflhlp, this j llM le resisted and Brl* tain shoul i i %  --.•:T. ii. %  nrwtj I can tell him one spot that L.ist wrek-end I !..:.'! PttO Dundod in both %  inworld wars, and new repr N • ii. THE HOME ol the potoa wa iiiU\ but nppt.i tntly the Dan'** RRV* • in Ihe .i> far BfRP the 111 % %  • %  ] %  %  WM i! %  furni. There N .. p.n \. UK %  %  4dm. datnfulb %  the four-legged S| lliflirnll to convince them %  % %  %  .. .. • staved with %  i %  %  beaut) and M-aonv.ills, U was dlfhcull %  tli.il I nctu II rtp#ointmen( ii %  A MI M I not pre Mi \ or Mr. / %  >r Mr A" No, I would not. p) •parmar) bravi %  %  lioni munnured something to him "You an i" ^ti light in. mn down IN a i. hir ... • i : %  ' % %  „ St attebati, %  .ii thia i %  %  as a i I BELONG TO NO PARTY CECIL HENDERSON CLARKE Barrister-at-Law bohtnd prMch Rlool from li .ill. and dogs that 1 til the great man. We gboi rthmg, evtn UM hands ami he bacROntd rae From London. %  Thca f<.. M tti.nui. 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.K-EGYPT DISPUTE HEADS FOR SHOW DOWN







Britain Trying To | Russia starts | Se, i io
Hold On To Suez AnticAmeriea iia oe Reds Outline

By H. SHACKFORD | ee Three Points
LONDON, July‘ic. | Im Middle East .
For Ceasefire

GYPT’S long fesiering dispute with Great Bri-| NEW YORK, July 16.












































. cette “itis ae tase: aaeliad ae The Soviet Union has alreacy
tain plunged toward an eariy showdown Which! pesun to shift her heavy prooa |
aie , j beg to shift her heavy propa
threatens the once mighty British Empire with aj sands arullery trom Far to , KAESONG, July 16
f y
_ etn ig } Ni ec East < the Lrania gai :
loss of dominance in another stra tegic area. The| | etait Sree A DMIRAL JOY presented the U.N. stand during
proud British smarting under “the loss’’ of India, [point in inter: la | the first five minutes of the Korean cease-fire
Pakistan, Palestine, a vad maybe Iranian oil, are! s). a ele Pau ate taee ss today and was followed by the North Korean
; is 1 wrincipal villa yi08+
trying to hold at least the Suez Canal area ~$0 | new propaganaa barrage Gana Nam El, Chief of the Communist delega
i se of the Middle Bast, and stil]! Keynote of tis mia-easiern} tion
on ~ ne if lin ae os ote “¥ is (| brand of anti - United States} Pie teds have outlined three
the key point in the lifeline to Britain’s rema: | propaganda was sounded by the | | natu points: Firstly, a cease-fre
Empire. |} ent Soviet magazine Lit-| }m iately. Secondly, a demil- G Kall
The equally proud Egypt | Gazette WeTaL ORE es Fk | | tartzed zone six miles on each unmen I
smarting over British t ithe u ni ra d St: me mediati +) Sere } ide of the 38th parallel with
* : + j}in the Anglo-Iranian conflict was | ‘ye 1g , 7 =
fng still in the Canal S 1 | Cae ae | ve miles in between to return | b AC a
riding the crest of the w ex SUIT FOR A KISS penenmer 2 ist er | civilian administration as of e ane SE€
treme nationalism are taking fu .WSTERDAM. July 16 lune ee : sey senile as he status of June 25, 1950.
advantage of Britain’s Middle we Dutal a é tae States as porth | Thirdly, withdrawal as soon as AMMAN, Jordan, Jul 16
Eastern difficulties to get the last a aeat : Seva? be eS aay 1S {ec ne ae sie yes, GS es | ovactfeable of all foreign troops Rivyad Al Suhl, former Pr fee
British soldiers out of the Canal . “i o eee ae ev agai St fran’s interest and sec- Ine meeting ended on a note §of Lebanon, was shot ile
Zone and to ket Britein to +6 ners é + ; he an coy ond the United actually f increased cordiality and the fon Monday while en o the
linquish all claims to the Anglo-, Earn Y p rei Store intends to back Britain in order 4 tame ge e : oy . ommunist delegation did an un: J \mman Airport and the polic
Egyptian Sudan | for three h cent apiece. ee expand Wall Street's mid-| GANADA'S “ANNIE OAKLEY’—iiary Mclennan, aged $2, the first woman sharp shooter ever to go to recedented thing of posing fo mmediately shot d 1 one of
The Egyptians also claim that) People be to line up on eastern interests. Bisley with the Canadian Rifle Team, practices on the Bisley Range. She i school-teacher of Char }U.N. news photographers at the che three members of the Syria
they will refuse any kind of mili- the sidewalk outside the These accusations are based lotte Town, Prince Edward Island, and qualified in Dominion Contests in Ottawa Express. wind-up of the session National Party who were held
tary co-operation with Britain—} tore ; noon on Saturday ) upon the Soviet Union's reliance - The five-man negotiations tean esponsible for the assassination
whatever form the Middle Fast and there were thousands a ane: the oto y of eS + {elegation headed by Vice Admira J The former Lebanese Premier wa
Command takes—until the Bri when th re opened at 9 politics which seeks to explain Ke \é F i Is Turner Joy, arrived in Kaesong bs cheduled to board a plane
tish concede Egypt’s nation am history exclusively in terms of an Oo e or ruce ansas ooc 1elicopter but the remainder of ] jeirut, the capital of Lebanon,
demands. ' Three cents suits sold out }economic struggle : ‘ xi the party went as usual by over vhen the ineident occurred ,
: quickly, but othe ling United States’ mediation effort Ar R di land convoy. The convoy wen } lice shot and killed Michael
Early this month, more fuei was } for severel lashed prices } in iran is not. based primarily 7 e ece mg unmirked by any white flags ane |Cabrial Addick, Lebanese men
added to this fire, when a Brit also went fast ; upon considerations of powe S | mce in the city itself 20 news |r of the Syrian National Part
steamship, the Empire Roach, was! One store was giving away politics. Instead they reflect this | KANSAS CITY, Missouri, men attached to the party roamec
stopped and detained by an Egyp-) a eavraar r of blue serge |country’s desire to pour oil over | July 16 it will throughout the war They said two other member
tian warship. Britain sent a strong; suits to any customer who j stormy waters. SEOUL July 16, | The rampaging Missouri River stanied city. Only armed Commun f the party were involved in ti
protest to Egypt demanding dam- would kiss the sales : This conciliatory i ‘ an 45 ' relaxed its g : > { lot c ‘i :
aheiie subse iy Tannal a : —UP. | lis conciliatory attitude has 'hree basic conclusions may be drawn on U.N. thinking and | elaxed its grip on the twin Kan- | ists they saw were military police- }'0t Riyad’s body was taken to
ages, and subsequently Israel ap- a oP. |already become traditional in the intentions by ‘talking with the k fi : ne : sas Cities today but a state of men and they never were halted | ‘be Reyal Palace and will be r«
pealed to the U.N. Security’ United States’ foreign policy. s " 8g nL 1€ ey figures in the recent | emergency was both in flooded; or questioned noved by plane to Beirut
Council to consider Egypt's block= —UP. ceasefire negotiations. | north-eastern Oklahama and the| Today's meeting lasted but one } Tuesday morning.—w.P.
ade of the young rr ships P ° i PI ili : cinch iatetiban They are: Firstly, UN has no intention of giving up territory i welling Mississippi threatened} hour and 50 minutes, the shortest
: ee happens, all sides rince ll Ip ‘ held north of the 38th parallel, nor of withdrawing its front|"°W disaster at St. Louis | thus far, interrupted by a two
Oe iretiy that Egypt and the Sué ° 6 4 £6,000 Asked For ines at any point, Secondly, any hope of removing U.N ~ flooding ee oe mann hour recess beginning at 10.5% Ar, entire Has
s , the u : . | jsas Rivers ‘re e a > f
' “andl atea is ; hh its M ys troops from Kerea in the foreseeable future is without sub- eee eee eae ue eet ee 8 ne .
| Cana area is one of the x Prineéss Mar raret jrate of about an inch an hour in .
vital strategic areas in the worl es Ice s stance, both Kansas City, Kansas, ana eee ame rnnee Wh A Ho 2E8
and probably the most important | MALTA, July 16 . The individual identity of U.S.-— | Kansas City, Missouri, and a fire | > ; Lo i .
' spot for securing the entire Mid- : 5 ; ¢ LONDON, July 16 forces will change, however, aneclau



dle East against major aggression.

Secondly, any major trouble in
Egypt would easily set the entire
Middle East boiling again
especially in view of the delicate
situation in Iran.



as a tall blond young man was el oe asi are e Kaesong will be an uneasy one at flood, was burning itself out. The Argentine s oY art
rowed ashore in a small boat. The !® oe allowance Dewpaeae Aue the _ best, for Commur ; have | —U.P. LONDON, July 16 4bertondo said ate
officer in the rowboat was the! 8Ust 21 _when she celebr ates her] me rely been forced to change their Notes | The British Labour Government | @nglish Channel is a lot io at
Duke of Edinburgh, husband of 1 21st birthday When the Com-} tactics without altering their ob- ‘ sabe on } made go to-day its strong] hat the river PI tik: he t ane tc
Princess Elizabeth. mons in 1937 passed the Bill on] jective. FORGED ten-dollar Trini- | ie ypposition to any kind of military tp hele nie a Rite Opes to
He was ending his brief service |@/lowances to members of the}” This correspondent has listened | 4 dad notes are circulating in Elizabeth Drops pact between the United States ae a ca rssh guns 8 vn
as skipper of the Magpie and pos-|Royal Family, a £6,000 allow-| to confidential briefings given togl® pinidad, he forgery Mf andl Spain. A spokesman for the ak he Pe ene
sibly his active naval career.|ance for Margaret was included,| the entire Press corps by U.S. and one by superimposing the |} a | wertty Pounds British Foreign Office, commen- “The he Anished eighth,





Egypt’s restrictions on the use
of the canal may be an attempt
to bring the entire complex Egyp-

race in



_ Parit ten ; f . aie
tian issue to a head. Egyptian] Prince Philip flies back to London | payable when she became 21. British officers. He has had the op- ae ar ae aa heat j ‘ing on reports that some kind of | Condor Dati : sponeored by the
cfticials are adamant on canal re-|on Thursday to take on a new But by mistake no provision} portunity to hear certain irsdivi- ay ae = a iw en | 5 nilitary alliance between the es ,. wily Mail for the first
strictions, and, insist that Egypt]role of attending myriad Royal|was made for appropriating the|dual expressions on a _ personal a * ee oe Saree rth | ah sl LONDON, July 16, United States and Franco-Spain ‘ - > £1,000 is scheduled fot
will maintain them as her right|functions which require Eliza-|necessary money. King George] basis. A eng lg teat Kl < |. Princess Elizabeth has trimmed] might be in the wind in connec- | \U8Â¥St 13th,
under the principle of national} beth’s presence. has provided for his daughter The thinking of the military per- sient. aifke The ¢ Police | Some 20 pounds off her royal fig-| jon with to-day’s arrival of

< s é . ure because of a joking remark Admiral Forrest Sherman at Abertondo, Accompanied by

sovereignty.

The restrictions were first im-
posed on May 16, 1948, when the
Jewish-Arab war started They
consist mainly of the confiscatior
of war goods destined for Israel
and the blacklisting of ships car-
Tying such contraband material
But this inctuded oil tankers from
the Middle East to Israel, which
forced the closir of the impor-
tant Haifa refinery—very impor-
tant now that Iranian oil and re-
fineries may be lost

\ Egyptian confiscation is usually
based on intelligence reports, and
enforced by the Egyptian customs

Tt is problematical whether he meantime sonnel concerned is generally uni- neve wi reccived reports of
will ever go to 1 again, Philip Leftist Laboyr members pro-]| form with allowances for in- forged ‘five-dollar notes
made a speech on the deck of the} tested when Prime Minister Cle- | dividual opinions on matters r , ,
frigate before he

Little less than
had made another speech telling

made by her husband, said friend
on Monday. The Princess went on
ment Attlee introduced a Bill to} corollary to the main issues. All of a rigorous diet after Prince Philip

) — ientioned the “television” diet
craze then sweeping Britain while

Madrid, said: “We are not keen] ‘?8eoUnc's other participant, the
thout the Spanish Government ittractive blonde school teacher,
oining the Atlantic Pact or the] @oriqueta Duartes, arrived — in
tablishment of military pacts | London today, and will leave late:
betw een rit mbetr , of the No t! 0 Folke tone, the headquarters
\llantic Treaty Organisation and| of all participants,
he Spanish Government, ‘The ] Vas superstitious about swimming
Inited States are aware of that] on the 13th, the -year-old Miss
uct and realise that this is our] Duartes laughed and shook het
ent attitude”. eud It’s my lucky day.”
—UP. ; U.P,





year ago he pay the allowance. the foregoing points were stated

: They pointed out that Foreign] affirmatively by at least ¢ 9¢ 7 ‘
= ial 1 tie wad oon i “4 pied Secretary Herbert Morrison gets}sponsible person and not denied 39 Put Em bargo er a bp am visiting his naval
é s i her ¢ my ps ro only £5,000 a year.—U.P. by any other. i ‘ eae - Te earn a first
ee —— " ; a reason: re I of the year, ‘ ants s¢z
pper It is a reasonable presumptior On Arms To Reds | tea cease ei Naat
he s¢ * Pve kept my that these views and _ intention } 2 , ewspapers anc eleVi~

‘ .. . * me died Amman o the Magpie, one of the remier De Gasperi are known to Washington The NEW YORK, July 16 Peat eter oe filled those day

with “before” and “after” shots of



re

Asked if she





home with 1

1g their













. 0 Wie Tene asic position of the U.N. in the Thirty-nine nations ve 1-
the fleet. The last 11 x I . Page 18 V n= | women who were slimming

t e . 7 . r T WN
months have been the happiest 5 ( ) orn first day’s session at Kaesong, as,formed the United Nations they; ., aie ™ : : y
1ontihs € re€ he appies Re signs {fice Viee-Admiral -C. | are fully complying with United’! Friends said Elizabe th who hac
| . | put on weight after the birth last



announced by

ROME, July 16 Turner Joy, v that his negoti- | Nations arn embargo again aT it atte A |

Alcide de Gasperi “the military ]ating delegation would not con- le ommunist ( ms 1 and Norih mat “8 of _ I oa cond child Prin-
anti-Communist statesman who [sider military matters outside| Korea and it is expected he it’ the Anne too

days of my sailor life”.



—U.P.



up Philip’s face-
tious “challenge’—U.P.



_ Albanians Leave



ri re + : Pen “a |

authorities. Confiscated material | runian Will EF Iv led Italy into the Atlantic Pact,)Korea nor political matters of any (mens be be larg ty 3 fig ained |

is unloaded normally in a peace- , _ resigned as Premier today after one g : , , Maa Sa, SSSR ES te AST ANE | ss

ful manner according to the Egypt- TO ‘ aac five years and seven months of gut the positive points to~be Th U " ' °

: 5 7 ‘ : é ‘pee on > nited States h been mt

ians brought before the prize Ove r Flood Are as unbroken leadership of the Italian}@emanded within the framework ceporen anxious to nekn ‘the | Attlee Defeated ome ; 1 ee 20 J me
courts, and ultimately sold at the WASHINGTON. July 16 Government. The 70-year-oldjof the Admiral’s general outline embargo ineffect until’the Korean : : e bh . JU
auctions. Proceeds according to President Truman. ‘announced Premier decided to quit when his yy Ady not yet been ere e peace has been established with LONDON, July 16.

Egyptians are used to help the}here that he will fly over the |entire Cabinet resigned en masse |" ting the mosaic together on this || arantees against the resumption Prime Minister Clement Attlee’s

YUGOSLAVIA, July 16




j 7 ; - =. a crisic!side » g comparing it st l
Palestine Arab refugees. Missouri and Kansas ‘flood areas |in a dramatic climax to a crisis!side of the line, and comparing it|Gr the Red onslaught The em-! Lubour Government was defeated



The blacklisting of a ship by|on a one-day trip tomorrow. He|touched off by the earlier with-; With the Communists’ announce-| hargg was voted by the General by three votes in the House of POLICE TERRORISM in Albania has become “intol
the Egyptians, makes it impossible} will leave here soon after noon|drawal of Ginseppe Pella, 49-{| ble ye of the rp orn i 1S ie Assembly on May 18.. It calls for | Fommons last night and there erable” but is so thorough that it prevented any organised
i inane omthee - or j i 4 » Inde- | year- rez ry ster ¢ | . see points of collision bC-|4 far shipments of arms, am-| w “ries f “resign”? : - eo

henceforth for such a ship even] tomorrow in his plane The Inde year-old Treasury Minister and)/Die to * os a ban on shipmen | we loud cries of “resign” from esistance - sa var iM oo : ee
to get water at an Egyptian port,| pendence to fly over the flood areas | the chief architect of the Govern-j tween the two approac hes munition, implements of i resistance, recently arrived Albanian refugees reported



| - the Opposition. Defeat came when
atomic energy materials ‘oll fie Tor mendment to the Forestry
transportation of materials of Bill was carried against the Gov-
strategic value and items useful | ernment by a vote of 232 to 229
in war production ' Although Opposition members
The United Nations summary of | cheered and called for the Govern-
replies was issued on Monday and|â„¢ent to_resign, majority leader
it listed full compliance by 34 | Chuter Ede indicated that the
United Nations members and five | Government did not regard it as a
non members, West Germany juestion of confidence.--U.P,
Italy, Laos, Spain, and Vietnar

here. In this ancient little town within sight of the
Albanian: border emigres described “increasingly terrible
conditions of starvation and terror which forced them to
flee their homeland.
[hey gave their name and
iddresses but requested that they 1 .
{ be published because of pos-/ Turpin ae Robinson
Sle danger to families they left
hind. The families will be in- 4
rned in one of Albania’ h ight Septem ber
imerous concentration camps|
they said, just a oon
the autfiorttles learn of the |

: Fed ‘ siness dealings| 2nd will briefly alight at Grand |ment’s economic policy.—U.P. | 4 ‘ : 7
ei or “i yee a —e Missouri airfield to visit his home : _ Peiping Radio asserted that. the
with local Eeyptian traders at Independence. Missouri. and Communists desired the re-estab-

Until the Empire Roach affair, | + ee eee on en pti. . ; . {lishment of the re-W border

. hen return to Washington tomor- - shment o 1@/ pre-war bor
there had beer no cases of violence] oy night. His w ‘ i asta tal Russiaris Can Throw | along the 38th parallel, this time
as a result of the Egyptian block-) wil) accompany him 1d remain " e protected by a neutral zone 10

\ Ww acco: é " ! 1 | ms ii
@ On Page 3 a Independence,—U.P Bombers Against kilometres wide.
This reporter’s information i

oo | Britain from a “substantial source” that

General Ridgway has not th

|
J LONDON, July 16 slightest idea of moving back
ance S sti | Under-Secretary of State for|from his present front lines, This United Nations delegates of five

| Air Aidan Crawiey said on Mon-|also ties in with the third point; nations of the Soviet bloc have

| |day that Russia probably could| given above—that until the source| refused even to forward the em- ee coe HEADLINE
| throw more bombers against Bri-] of world Communism is met and|bargo resolution to their home
il Ou Ovt. \ tain than the Nazis did during| defeated, any peace in Korea will; er ils on the grounds it is ille- “Teer |

jthe famous Battle of Britain dur- be both transient and uneasy ; :
These Communist States, not









LONDON, July 16
Promoter Jack Solom
announced that a Randolph
Turpin-Sugar Ra Robinson 1
A, thirty-one year old merchant! {a fight for the World Middle
0 once ran a store in Uillages | weight Championship ; will. tek

itark district, population about! Dace in New York on Septemb«
\12, probably at the polo ground





PARIS, July 16. jing World War II. ie There is complete unanimity lin embers of the United Nations

¥ ; ’ Addressing two Royal Air Force 3 fo Via ae E
FINANCE MINISTER Maurice Petsche moved Mon- | squadrons West Gascony defeatea| 208 military leaders here oy [fave Hungary and Romani:
{
|
|
|

0, said over one-third of the
llage people have been execut- Solomons said a purse guarantes
| or jailed or had disappeared] of $500,000 with Turpin’s share
e the end of 1949. about $100,000 were more than he
rs : could offer because the Police re-

First Execution fused to permit a crowd of ove

. 50,000 > W eC
[he merchant arrived here only : Tn Daeg Bons ity.

ys' ago after a four day trek moter Harry Markson 1id th
rough the woods and over pre-|qate was not definit . :
itous mountains. He said the ae
t execution was that of a
rmer who had talked against
regime. One day in late 1949

was dragged out of his home Dipiomat Killed

d shot on the spot.

le lS a ai s ‘ , hasnt shes tise hvala el s the necessity of keeping a large ave taken similar stands—U.P.,
day night toward a showdown with France’s center parties | the Luftwaffe over Britain in 1941,| --cnational force in Korea. This

in his efforts to form a new Cabinet and end the nation’s |Crawley said that the R.A.F.j io diametrically opposite to the

: r ae a battle! #
_ political crisis vise pF geste an -_— = bed Y Communist
es Ptonenm mene anieanstes After four days consultations |"°W 1 War roke out suddenty | drawal of

ders Petsche’s | With Russia. Korea.—-U.P,





demand for with-
li foreign troops from



FIFTEEN DEAD

TEHERAN, July 16
hospital check showed tha
nie fatalities are 15 dead includ-
ing one policeman, Civilian

ed to split | bombs to Britain.—U.P. $25M FOR FLOODS
bodies will be collected at the

c I I major problems loom
weep y the major middle of the
WASHINGTON, July 16 Military Governor’s headquarters

ties. :
y-five years old Inde- 20TH MINISTER The House on Monday passed }for identification prior to burial.

y ; The fi
Violent sale? piv pendent eduled talks with out- CANBERRA, July 16. an emergency §:

northern Italy over the weekend
causing heavy damage to orchards




ith politi
Pane ae He said Russia has 19,000 first-

Violent Storms Cabinet ne C e dhe liberation line war planes, some known to

peared onl be even, as three |be capable of carrying atom



howevel pre







Pr



d par-







5,000,000 relief Two others are reported near





7 et :
going Premier Henri Queuille and| Premier Robert Menzies an-|meesure for flood swept areas in
various party leaders on Monday | nounced William MacMillan,] Kansas and Missouri. This is ten
night and |

|

death,

An official police count of four “And to think that 1 could
have been queueing back





ssday morning. and | eevonomist, appointed the twentieth { million dollars more than Presi-| was considered too low and Com- LIMA, July







>
: eee rae . which had destroyed elg || U.K. Oppose Pact
trigatn tamale ined the ratie pon i ng a feet a under the present rotation system. it ch had destroyed elght_ indus PI Sy SORn eaeee
ea ae — “|the House of Commons today to hirdly e hoped for truce a y % " eo — '
cheered themselves hoarse to-day | give Princess Margaret £6,000 . Thirdly, the hoped for truce at Forged $10.00 | of the river at the height of the Between US—Spain LONDON, July 16,



and crop and tearing down tele-] wade ; sat eae c ‘ home jor a set ol Hedy’s All members of his family were
phone and telegraph poles in sev- vin a = tate : : aa nt'| Minister of the Australian Cabine’ | jent Truman requested. munist claim of scores, too high ais iokhaina-ovleman ipped off to internment. and. his|. Pe ruvian newspaperman
A rent £ te late uesday r| i . he . ve ' ] . i 4 ze Mz zan Esteno
eral small towns which were com-| oo. w hat hether he} With portfolio of the Navy ane | —U.P, —U.P. voperty confiscated. A Govern- t an arse as i i hil driv
rp ie aie early, Wwe Ay Ww ! 1¢ | Ai J : cad sta lia i s§ shot and killed whil« vin
pletely isolated e day. or V would s \ssembly approval as | ‘+? UP. ——— nt supporter was installed to! an automobile along the outskirt
At Alessandra the River Vers« Premie | n his farm, Duting 1950 and] yf Lima. MacLean ;

“fic j Z 3 ¢£ 2 ag as forrne
overflowed its banks and flooded His answer depends on the re- )5i there were seven more such/ Peruvian Ambassador to Lisb«

the road leading to Asti. Seven- ‘ ¢ tal | eo : . t t
oo mata , 7 sults of his talks and on possible mn kecutions, and was here preparatory
ea aa uit aa [ hea bien "ante esters | IA ipinos isappoin nvec r : fm each vans tip thinliypns tn-| temuzatg ine sew poe ae foe





themselves in an effort to agre¢ rnéd and all property fis- jor to Quito, Tt k



























cino, uprooting sab gh Re on a coalition programme in oppo- | ted Eight families totalled] four bullet wound i
sons were iniured in an by | cit ' Chdtsi male 2 ; ‘ to dnt ; wisi
falling tiles —U.P. ee eet ee eenneee nee : ae NEW YORK, July 16. ° ; said, “while the proposed trea Philippines drain Ewioe over the | for ures to deter or repel ag-| perhaps 60 or more individyals.| figured by repeated |
â„¢ cove le U Pp General pak i@8 Felino Neri, Filipino Under-Sec- | compels smaller powers like the | bitter cup of sacrific first as a| gre sion even while it holds uy a tix other men from the same vil was found on
scdetecchecmammess lie tele |retary for Foreign Affairs said on| Philippines to relinquish repari victim of Japanese aggression and | the h principles of conciliation! |.9@ escaped across the frontier.| With the automobile abandone
| Monday that Filipinos of all parties | tions claims i: nevertheless ma'« now as a self denying martyr t nd understanding. Filipino if an~) (U.P.) .
7 ’ > » re unanimous in the opinion that! sure that the great powers will | Japan¢ interest not afford to be le realistic.| Their families too were
To-day § K eyuse $10,000 tk proposed Japanese peace! secure all territorial awards théy Neri said; “It is unjust to de-! Filipinos’ disappointment ill the} terned The merchant’s twe
ze treaty “all but ignores the right- ant from the deserted nation. mand that the Filipinos nore bitter because they hold the! immediate relative vill il oe ”
Weather Chart . : ae ful ims of the Philippines and their security on the unce Americans in the deepest esteem. | “automatically” land it Ades thei The “ADVOCATE
Sunrise: 6.45 a.m. | PeGCrar es owen a hk been written in the interest Neri continue: with the best | outcome of an experiment no mat- | tration camp ’
Sunset 6.25 p.m. i “Use accept the: $10,000 casi more of the defeated nation thar the wor rid the Filipino | ter how highminded it may be.” Ever O ve COT tinue to be -| pays for NEWS
Moon + Quarter : H anita , en 108 ¢ victorious wers.’ eople cannot “periment ith He id “moreover to say that lieve tt i the Ar ‘ an people on oes I tion, ag and wpe sa] Dial 3113
Lighting : «7.00 pt | Yeri, who ser on President; their own security and ional the treats n dt ey ) whose | e, they formed a ) rss |
High Tide: 1.40 a.m., 2.58 p Querino’s group, studying the il. Eve e ide fii princip he United | frie tion of the Albanian popula-| Day or Night.
sow Tide: 8.51 a.m., >.m | treat ft ma harges in the hrist eth rainec Charter € ‘ u t A
" ‘ | I P é : ‘ f : < Ut | : ws ee
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PAGE TWO









Caubh Calling

R. AND MRS. J

AUER arrived here
Saturday by the Lady Nelson
spend six weeks’ holiday in Bar-

bados, They ar laying at the

Ocean View Hotel.







Living just outside of Bostor
Dr Auer i a Professor. of
Philosophy at Harvard University
Their so is Dr. W F. Aue
Manager of the Barbados Guif
Oil Co., Ltd.

Trinidad Holiday

R DERMOT BYNOE who

had been to Trinidad for the
past three weeks, on it to his
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs, Roddy Bynoe, returned y
terday morning on B.W.1LA’s
flight from Trinidad. Mrs. Bynoe
has remained on for another
week’s holiday

Returning by the same ‘plane
vdas Mr. A. E. Taylor and his

grand-son Alfred who had been

in Trinidad for a couple of days

W.L. Cricket iis
R. CYRIL MERRY, Manager

























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When you think
you immediately

becoming popular

slipper
brocades
by
pearly pink brocade,
collection recently,
it immediately as
season.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Fashioned In London

Bridal

Transformation

By DOROTHY BARKLEY
LONDON, July 6.
Of all traditions that of the
ridal ensemble is surely the most
eluctant to give way to change
of a bride, don’t
piciure clouds of
ulle, gleaming satin and oran
lossom? New ideas on the a A
hitting London—ar

10WEVEer, are



One London
Judes in his range
nodels in soft shades
nlue. His materials
sroche damasks, brocade, heavy
satins to gold and silver
We were so impressed
appearance of a gown in
shown at a
that we chose
the gown of the

designer now in-
a number of
of pink and
range from



the

After “The Day”

More and more brides

Left: Full wedding dress in em
these proidered pink brocade,

days must plan and budge their
trousseaux with
thought. They welcome the ‘trans-
formation’ dress,

care and fore- dresses, perhaps in satin

read embroidery

maids
with silver th
bodice

on
which is easily the











of the West Indies Cricket converted after the wedding into If you decide agamst a trans-
Team to Australia flew in from an evening dress. This is done by formation dress, have you con-
Trinidad _yester- means of detachable long sleeves, cidered a crinoline? A London
lay by B.W.LA removable boleros, and aprons designer, who specialises in luxu-
gand is staying at which do double duty as capes. rious crinolines, now makes them
the Ocean View For this type of dress, it is wise for fridal wear. He suggests iv
Hotel. Mr. Merry to avoid satin, and best to choose gychye satin, embroidered b
returns to Trini~ a material that is young and ap- fand with pearl bugles. The de-
dad on Thursday propriate for wearing at dances. gion on the skirt outlined with
“4 Sal Rees. Organdie, tulle, net, brocade make drop pear! fringe, and the neck-
me t of GordoA exquisite dresses which, with |jne is outlined with the same
ant fo Prini- clever designing, look well both fringe and a veil of silk tulle
; dad. This trip is on, and after, “the day strewn with pearls ;
[ a business visit MME. RIVERA SCHREIBER (left), wife of the Pernvian Anibassa- To illustrate the design clearly, If, on the other hand, you feel
s “sin the interest of dor, went to the Venezuela National Day reception at Claridge’s hotel. we show two views of the dress vou want something particularly
his firm. wore a gown of dove grey 1 ind a picture hat to match. With —before and after transformation. .oung and fresh, yet another Lon-
Cc. A. MERRY her is Mine. Sosa Rodriguez, wife of the Veneznelan Ambassador, As wedding dress it is completo gon designer suggests white tuck-
He and other members, of the wearing a gown of black lace over taffeta and a yellow straw hat. with long-sleeved bolero, full eq organdie with a pale blue sash
W.I. team are due to leave Trini- train, and headdress, (Illustra-
dad at the end of August for Aus- if d tion left.) As evening dress it is Headdresses
tralia via England. Farouk Buys The Nest Hote! Business complete without the bolero, and We have noticed some particu-
“ . oo FAROUK OF EGYPT, R AND MRS. PETER the train has been levelled off. larly attractive styles for head-
Planter in St. Vincent expected in the South of MORGAN arrived from Trin- The brocade has an _ all-over dresses in London recently. seer
. sw in France with his bride in the next idad yesterday by B.W.1.A. Mr. honey-comb design. The bodice the floral variety—white camel-
ye aor eee 7 ae few days, has bought villa_in Morgan is in the hotel business, ih is boned, is encrusted with lias, marguerites, lilies of the
from St. Vincent yesterday nionoco, It is culled Le Nid (The and s formerly in Puerto Rico peading in pearls, silver bugles valiey, or the traditional orange
ROTTS by B. G. Airways Ai 4 Nest). ind the U.S, and cabochons to tone with the blossom finished with satin, tulle
short visit. Mr. Reece who is @ “ane villa was ihe property of For the past two months how- material, (Illustration right.) r organdie.
Barbadian is a planter = St Mme. Bleriot, widow of the pion- ever they had been in England. Leoking for something more
eee een per eer airman who made the first air They arrived in Trinidad last Crinolines jramatic? What about a small
House. ic staying with hig crossing of the Channel, flying week by the Colombie. They The same designer has also pill-box of white bridal satin,
oie ae men ‘tei from Cslais to Dover on July 25, a - th Viscount and range of dual-purpose brides- veiled with net?
-in- z SIS oa * 1909. icountess Dangan,
and Mrs, W. Eric Dash of Enters “"Bleriot’s study has been main- Mr. and Mrs, Morgan are guests
prise Road, Christ Church. ae 4 tained unchanged ever since his at the Marine Hotel. y
a brother of Mr. Sydney Reece of 7. ath in 1936, A smock which he Reunion George Malcolm Thomson Reviews the New Books
Navy Gardens. wore while working hangs from a FAHE QUEEN’S COLLEGE Old
Pakistan Embassy ee Girls’ Association are having F Pe N O L’:
\so TeAN COR, saasticr of | Comings And Goings a. inane alcraon tA Kew Notes On L’amour
Mr, and Mrs, B. C. Cox of RA) ARCHIO TAPPIN Avite of | Sucen se eae: seer eee On te
Mr. ' a 3 ‘ afternoon will be o netball match
“Hamilton”, St, Lawrence is in Dr. Tappin left on Sunday Past vs. Present (From the Frenchman who al- 30th Melanie and
Barbados on a month’s holiday. by B.W.1.A. for Puerto Rico en rs oo * ways kept his head). y disappointed. Stendhal
She came in over the week-end route to the U.S. on holiday : Incidental Intelligence LAMIEL, By Stendhal. Turnstile went off to Moscow with the
by the Lady Nelson from, Canada. Returning on Saturda: from "JFVHE only woman who ever Press. 9s. 6d. 191 pages. Grand Army.
“Jean works at the Pakistan Sominica by ‘he Lady Nelson was wore a veil well was Salome. When Napoleon was beaten at
Embassy’ in Washington as a Nurse Annic Edwards who had —Walter Florell, IN an international novel cham- Waterloo, Stendhal was drink-
steno-typist. been ihere on two weeks’ holiday LES. pionship, the Charterhous” of Pat- ing coffee on the Piazza of St

THE
















irene cen stat ap cpsacepennsathcntamatoa nests aamamantte









ADVENT RES OF

















from France. Stendhal, who wrote
the book in 52 days, is thought by
the best
the best of French novelists.

real name

ma would be the seeded player Mark in Venice. It did not pre-
vent him from writing a brilliant
description of Waterloo in one of
his novels.

Ruined by the fall of the Emper-
, he went to Italy pursuing wo-
men and literature, with some
success and indifferent scruple.
Engaged to write a Life of Haydn
he found it easier to produce an
unacknowledged translation of a
German work. At last he became
French Consul at Civita Vecchia,
where he was bored and lonely.
He thought the police were watch-
ing him.

He composed epitaphs for him-
self, eg, “He respected one man
alone, Napoleon”. In fact, when
he met his idol he decided he was

a vulgar poseur. His final epitaph

of French judges to be
He
is read by hardly anyone else. or

It is a pity, for Stendhal, whose
was Henri Beyle, is a
writer of the profoundest insight.
His misfortune is that he com-
bines two qualities that go ill to-
gether; a dry style and a romantic
temperament.

He said that every morning he
reay the Code Napoleon to “catch
the tone” of that perfect “style.”
It was thought to be one of his
jokes It was the sober truth.

In the midst of passionate
action some piece of exact obser-
vation comes into his mind which















HE finding of a horse nine 4 deflates the emotion and increases was, “I lived, wrote, loved. And
feet up a tree (only four of B } ‘ i HE W re y ewe By Beachcomber the realism. One of his heroes true there was never a moment in
which feet were the horse’s) : kills a man in a duel, he rushes the life of this burly bright-eyed
seems to have puzzled the fire E _ to the mirror to make sure that Frenchman with the compressed
brigades. Even more curious was 2 tree in Berkeley Squat », with demand was accompanied by a his good looks have not been spoil- satirical mouth, but the rustle of
the horse found seventeen feet up @ rider on its back—a Mr. Hop- pamphlet called “The on ae ed by a_ knife-wound. Such a petticoat was to be heard some-
. liffe. ation of Wholesale Valu be T touches please a few; disconcert where, not too far off.
CROSSWORD It transpired that the lady, an will encourage eens © more. As each victim succumbed, he
eaeee a m4 ote ae ub eee nates wb oka of sak * wrote her name on his braces.
among 1e «branche as she was an) e who is suspecte <~ ” omit » arae senti_
on her way to visit an unele in ing a duleimer. One way to avoid oe the nearest he got to senti
the Shires. She climbed up, but trouble is to make the parts in In the Charterhouse, Count. afar writ S110 5 " .
could not induce the wayward nag Turkey, send them to Holland to Mosca, the subtle Minister (model- ot ee ee -
to accompany her to the ground. be sembled, and then go over led on Metternich), concludes his. oo reer 1€ Wan FUCKER y mace
Having no desire to on a there to play the instrument. The advice to his micztress’s ne celebrated by an ecstatic review
r nistress’s nephew, written by Balz: His ene s
branch, she mounted the horse, best way to get it into England about to enter the Church. itten by A1ZaC is enemies
y rs late he horse was is to take it to bits again, pack swore that he paid Balzac hand-
Two hours later the horse was i a i ‘ 3 ) “Believe or not as you choose
lowered by crane, but Mrs. Hop- the bits in tins labélled R but never raise ata chiestoa somely for it. “Outwardly he Te-
liffe was overlooked in the excite- imported Swedish Fancy Crab, Do not yield to the temptation to mained indifferent, saying, "I shall
ment. By repeatedly crying and have them addressed to the shine, be morose; discerning be read about 1935.
“Miaow!” she attracted the atten- London Docks, eyes will see your cleverness in ®
tion of a fireman, who threw het (“Sir, I think Mr. _Mibstone yours, and it will be time
{a bit of catsmeat. Eventually she em be i oot ne rn enough to be witty when you This amorous adventurer never
pemped on to a blanket held by ptont hs 1is workshop is on : are he ,archbishop.’ ; ventured into wedlock, though he
our charwomen ght. 7 -0ol irony and _ intellectual had one narrow escape. He de-
uF : The Narkover lacident weight | are a combination that voted a whole book of reflections
aie The Penalty Kick S° | complicated have conditions many find unpalatable. It is easy to the subject of love. It tells!
1. Whee. We coun ha according ae | become at Narkover that yes- to see what Goethe meant: more about its author than about
5. Made, (8) VEN the most hardened fol- ty a house master was arrest- “! don’t like reading Stendhal. He its subject Samples of its wis-
8. Tuber peel at the masthead. (4. ‘ lowers of ballet seem to be eq, | father dressed up ‘8 extremely impertinent. I re- dom. “One can acquire anything
5) perplexed by the production of for masquerading hake you to buy all his in solitude except character.’
1l. Likely tooth grater, (4) Vaselin’s “The Penalty Kick.’ Rev Bit fect 200KS. “Pruderv i ‘
F 2 . “prefec rudery is a kind of avarice,
12. Rothing to. member | of the The central incident, when the : the 1s-inspector” Stendhal was born in a family the worst of all.” ? |
13. Eager for a drink? (7) rejected nymph kicks the centaw h inked” out ton it of magistrates in Grenoble in |
> al Daper fashion. (4) ; on the shin, is described food-jnspector. When the 1783, and, aged 10, learned with The heroine of Lamiel (unfin- |
18, Batch mountain ravine. “By se inartistic and blatant. One criti: a ctie, a t Ave | fer history ‘ae liveliest approval of the exe- ished novel bearing the emphatir |
19. Fifty to one, (4) writes; “Tumbelova delivers. the wt mn ; . ae ' ; cution of Louis XVI. His instinct stamp of his genius) is concerned |
a foe eee 14 Across on ths (5) kick more in the manner of ere ee a ind +h Ons ,, was vight; the age of Napoleon with the question. ‘What precise- |
92° You yas Exeepe Gave. tithes this |Hotspur forward than a spurned 10 enukee of interlopers, a “ suited him beautifully. He fought ly is love?” Her portrait is based |
year. (4) nymph, and though Serge Trou- the place of the history mast ". at Bautzen as a lieutenant of on Giulia Ranieri, an Italian girl |
Down tserin receives the kick with ‘ »> had been locked into a cellar dragoons, noting in his diary ; of 19 who alarmeq Stendhal (aged
1. Bank cars in these. (3, 5) graceful pirouette, the whol y ra -iouts, was taken by “We saw all that one can see of 47) by a declaration of love. The
2. Where the burden lay ? (4) affair, in spite of clever produc croupier who had escaped during~+q@ battle—that is to say, nothing.” authority on love asked two
= gig p ekee (Ss) saaeiar 316) tion, is obviously outside tl id on the school gaming-house ? ; months to think it over. proposed
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OTEST TURNED DOWN

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 16.

It is reported in Trinidad that
the Secretary of State for the
Colonies, Mr. James Griffiths, has
turned down the Parliamentary

Opposition Group's protest against
the prorogation of the Legislative
Council by the Gov ernor last May
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U. N. Delegates Get
Free Passage To Kaesong

By ERNEST HOBERCHT
KAESONG, July 16.

The U.N. cease-fire delegation had complete freedom of
movement in the cease-fire conference city on Monday, in
compliance with U.N. demands.
Jeep and truck convoys of the U.N. rolled into Kaesong
this morning without white flags and without being halted.
While the conference was in session I walked around the
City. It is badly battered by war. I rode in the third
vehicle going into Kaesong today, and saw only two armed
Communists military police while en route. It appeared
as if the Communists are complying—so far as the eye
could see—with U.N. demands that the city be demilitarized
and that the U.N. delegation personnel be given freedom
of movement. I saw about 30 Communist soldiers in a
company, about five were armed.

The UN» has ‘agreed that the
Communists will police the city.
Two of the Communists with guns

were sighted near the Conference
place and were very embarrassed



Gairy Allowed Two

Days In Trinidad

KINGSTON, July 15.

Eric Gairy, the Grenada politi-
cian and Labour Leader, arrived
to-day on a week's visit to have
talks with Bustamante and Man-
ley, but declined to say on what
topics. He said that he wanted to
stay in Trinidad longer, but the
Government gave him two days,
and two other islands, which he
refused to name, refused to allow
him to land,

when they found that they were
being photographed by UN civilian
photographers. They took off at
top speed across a field, with cam-
eremen running after them, and
snapping pictures.

I saw several other soldiers in
houses in Kaesong. They may or
may not have been armed. When
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy,
senior U.N. delegate, came out of
this morning’s session at approxi-
mately 1100 hours he told this cor-





respondent that the U.N. delega-
tion had had the floor all morning,
He said that he expected the Com-
munists to have it during the
afternoon,

The Communists asked for a
two-hour recess from 11.00 a.m.
to 2.00 p.m. The afternoon session
lasted 55 minutes and the Com-
munist delegation including Gen-
eral Nam Il Nam El posed for the
U.N. and Communist photogra-

He did not attempt to meet
Gomes, when in Trinidad as the
believes he is not favourably dis-
posed towards him. He said that
conditions were settled in Gren-
ada,- but the strikers were being
heavily fined, imprisoned, and he
feels that this might lead to
further and more serious trouble
in the near future.—(CP)

Cane Crop Exceeds
Factory's Capacity

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. GEORGE'S, July 16.
With this year’s sugar crop still



El smiled once slightly
during the 10 minutes that Com-
munists posed inside the confer-
ence room. The Communist
delegates, for the most part, how-
: ever were practically expression-
being reaped, the Grenada Sugar jess. Nam El has a strong military
Factory Ltd. has announced that appearance, and in the language
it is faced with an estimated of an U.N. Photographer there
supply of c2ne on the 1952 crop, “jie looks plenty rugged.”
far in excess of the factory’s Chinese Communists and North
maximum capacity, and it iS Koreans had about a dozen photo-
therefore compelled to limit pro- graphers and correspondents here
duction accordingly, thus necessi- for the talks. The New China
tating an allocation of quotas to News Agency correspondent who
each grower for the coming crop. said his name was Tang, said that
The factory is capable of they arrived on Saturday.
handling a maximum of 30,000 He said that the New China
tons of cane in a crop year, where- News Agency, the Communist
as it is reliably estimated that nC pews service had sent two top
less than 45,000 tons may be pro- men, The Communist newsman
duced for the 1952 crop. Tang said that, “about two months
Growers have been asked to ago.” he talked with the captured
register with the Company not ‘iated Press photographer
later than July 31 stating acreage, Prank Noel “somewhere in North
cultivation and estimated 1952 Korea.” —UP.

production. Quotas will be based
TUG COSTS $30,000

on 1950-51 deliveries.
‘From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 16.
Costing $30,000 without its
(From Our Own Correspondent) engine, a new 40-ton tug which
PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 16. Sir Gerald Wight made, was
The Government of Trinidad launched recently by Lady Wight.
after the fullest consideration has The tug was built by Tugs and
found itself unable to accept the Lighters, and is the second larg-
new proposed prices of British est tug buiit by this company, It
Guiana rice. The matter, will is made principally of local lum-
therefore be determined by arbi- ber and was built to accommo-
tration, said Hon. Albert Gomes, date the expanding service of the

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U.K.-Egypt
Dispute

@ From Page 1

ade, because no ship even resisted
Egyptian customs orders. The
Empire Roach, however, accord-
ing to the Egyptians, refused to
halt in the Gulf of Ataba, was
given a warning shot by an Egypt-
ian corvette, and then was boarded
by an armed party of Egyptians,
searched and detained.

On the other side, Britain ac-
cused the Egyptians of “illegal
and unwarranted interference with
the movement of shipping through
the Suez Canal, and further
flagrant violation of international
law.”

Egyptian’s President said that
by the middle of next month, “cde-
cisive action will be taken—maybe
unilaterally by Egypt—-to abro-
gate the 20-year, 1936 Anglo-
Egyptian treaty, under which
Britain still maintains a foothold
in the Canal Zone and the Sudan.

The U.S. offer to use her good
offices in the Anglo-Iranian con-
flict, is also part of this country’s
policy to restrain Communism.
And the entire Western world has
become increasingly apprehensive
at the possibilities of Communist
expansion in the Mid-east. It is
well known that Communist
chances to seize continual power
will become greater if the Anglo-
Tranian tension is allowed,

—U.P.





Indian
Commissioner

For London Talks

NEW DELHI, July 16.
Informed circles say that Sir
Archibald Nye, the British High
Commissioner in India, is flying to
London for consultations with the
British Government on existing
relations between India and Pakis-
tan. Nye left here last night by
British Overseas Airways, and his
departure was described officially
as being connected with “routine
consultations”, There was no offi-
cial comment on Pakistan Prime
Minister Liaquat Ali Khan's state-
ment on Indian troops near Pak-

istan borders in East Punjab.
Informed sources said however
that such movements must have
become necessary because of per-
sistent talks of a “holy war” in-
dulged in by Pakistan leaders and

the Pakistan press. —U.P.

Gondoliers Strike

VENICE, July 16,
Hundreds of gondoliers went
on strike today. Gondoliers pro-
tested to city administration that
motor boats not only seriously dis-
turbed traffic especially in smaller
canals, but with their competition
left it impossible for the oldest
eategory of workers of Venice.
The strike was called when the
city administration refused to
grant the subsidy which would
help gondoliers and declined to
limit the number of motor boats
used for public transportation.
Gondoliers claimed that waves
raised by sweeping motor boats
eventually will damage the
foundations of the city’s centurie
old buildings. —U-P.













1MERICAN COLUMN:

Answer, General

NEW YORK, To stand—l7s. 6d.





Some time in the next 12 month
General of the Eisenhower EVEN in a roaring heatwave
will have to take a momentous Ethel Merman’s good-natured

musical ribbing of the American
decision, Ambassador to Luxemburg, Mrs

Pearl Mesta, in “Call Me Madam,”

accision.
It will not be a military
1 it neern the Atlanti



it wili not




armies which he is now & putting out the standing-room-

patiently welding at his Paris ly notices nightly. And if you

headquarters feel like standing it will cost you
But if he decides the answer !7@s. 6d,

is “Yes,” then, it would mean thot
the pact organisation would have
to seek a new Supremo.

G.L? No, soldier
THE ARMY is tired of the
phrase G.I. So its Chief of Public
Information, General Floyd Parks
sends out a circular to all com-
mands telling them to drop it.
G.I. is a slang term, says the

For, quietly gathering power
like a rising storm all over Ameri-
ca is the move to nominate Eisen-
hower for Republican (opposition





to Truman) President at next Circular. Henceforth, the army,

veal’S momentous election. when speaking of anyone in the
: army, should call him a soldier.

G.I. came into general use after

Significant developments come America entered the last war, Th«
thick and fast. Governor Thomas initials stood for General Issue.

Dewey of New York State—twice A soldier, says the dictionary, is

defined as “a skilled warrior,” anc
never before in history has
soldier so richly deserved this
definition.

an unsuccessful contestant—has
taken himself out of the field, this
time by saying he will back Fisen-
hower. And Governor of Penn-
sylvania James Duff, also hotly

tipped, has done the same. Truman tells



Rumours are seeping round ONE HUNDRED college men
Washington that the general has Who are visiting Washington to
already taken the decision—-aga learn something about Govern-

ment service, dropped in to see
President Truman, and the Presi-
dent told them: “I have been try-
ing to find out all about the Gov-
ernment for the past 60 years—

that it is Yes.

In the indicated
No. But he never did it with suecn
crashing thoroughness as_hard-
bitten Civil War General Sherman.

past he has

Said Sherman: “If nominated, [ but I've still got an awful lot to
shall not run. If elected, I shal learn.”
not serve.”
Laughter and tears
Building is cut
“PEOPLE like to weep swect
THE QUARREL grows more tears.” This was the firm belief

bitter on whether the Govern- of
ment’s sharp curbs on lending are
doing good or not.

Crities say that Washington has
caused a baby depression by in-
creasing the amount of down pay-
ment required on such things as bla
cars and refrigerators and short- Tr:
ening the time to pay.

David Warfield, a great figure
of the American stage, who ha
just died at 84,

But first he started out by mak-
ing them laugh. For ten years he
acted in burlesque, wearing
ck frock coat and a_bowle:
mmed down over his ears.
Then David Belasco saw him in





1900 and decided that the rela

Now the house-builders join the tively unknown young comedian
chorus. They say that Uncle was a great actor. So he starte:
Sam’s credit curbs, plus an ab- him on Broadway in “The Auc-
sence of mortgage money from ioneer,” a play written for him

the banks and insurance coimn- As with all great

panies, means fewer new houses./ Warfield put tenderness behind
In San Francisco housing pro-'the knockabout—and Broadway

wept when it was not laughing.

comedians,

jects t 2,000 have

reason.

alling homes

been abandoned for thi

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If you like Scotch... |

AMERICANS, usually regarded

extrovert and optimistic, can
also be worrier

it worri them that there are
4,000,000 confirmed alcoholics in
the nation, and 700,000 in New
York City alone. And it worrie
them mightily that thousands ol

millions of dollars are lost every
year through absenteeism, and
the arrest, jailing, and treatment
of the elbow-benders.

So another organisaticn ha
started out to try to tackle things
It is made up of lawyers working
hand-in-hand with public health
official

Colonel larold Riegelman,
chairman of the new organisation,
says jailing drunks is as “barbar-
ous and futile as imprisonment



for insanity.”





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REGISTRATION
OF VOTERS
CONTINUES

(From Our Own Correspondent
ST. GEORGE'S, July 14

Work of the 91 Enumerators to
compiling a preliminary Register
of Voters for the Octeber general
election here has confounded the
erities of the Electoral Office’
publicity given the ten-day re-
cording period.

Out of an estimsmted populatio:
of 78,000 at the end of last yea
33,446 have been registered in
this initial drive and the figure is
likely to be considerably higher by
the time of revision, as last weer
at an extraordinary session ot
the Legislative Council an amend
ment was made to the Electio
regulations which removes a di
ibility that rendered many in-
eligible simply because they hed |
not resided six months at the dat»
of enumeration in a particula: |
district whereas they were reside

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Since the war, lack of dollars if the sterling area has meant many
trade restrictions and shortages. And these, in turn, have had a
serious effect on British West Indian trade—and so, on you.

Now there is a change for the better!

Because Canada is purchasing an increasingly large amount of
British goods and services, it is possible, now, under the British
West Indies Trade Liberalization Plan, to impor! many items from
Canada which you haven't seen in quantity for many a long day.

Pleasant news for you ... and for us!

A return to more normal trade with Canada should be as natural
to you as breathing. After all, we are traditional trading neigh
bours. Canadian East Coast fishing craft were a familiar sight in
your ports nearly 200 years ago. They brought in dried fish and
took out cargoes of sugar, molasses and rum, And, as sister nations
in the British Commonwealth, we have many mutual interests.

So, now that broader trade for better living is possible again
we suggest that, as of yore, you make Canada your first source
of supply ... your first port of call,

B.W.1. Importers please note

Under ‘he B.W.|. Trade Liberalization Plan, Canadian suppliers
with a history of expori to The British West Indies during
1946-7-8, are now eligible to ship quotas of approved
products for 50% or 334% (depending on categories) of
their average shipments during the basic period mentioned
obove. We suggest, therefore, thot you--

(a) get in touch with your established Canadian suppliers.

(b) get in touch with the Canadian Trade Commissioners
regarding items available and possible suppliers,

TRINIDAD, BARBADOS, WINDWARD AND LEFWARD
ISLANDS AND BRITISH GUIANA
wr. T. G. Majer

Cared'ar G wment Trade Commissioner








43 1. a? St, of Spain, Trinidad
tAMAIC BA (ND BRITISH HONDURAS
M A." Polover
Conc ! Trade Commissioner
Caned ammerce Chambers

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BARBADOS

BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1951


































ADVOGATE

ECRET tals comes out to hide the facts



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_reehieeenteesd | of what wel wrong under= | | BROADWAY DRESS SHOP
= 1951 ie : ;

July 17,

LAND USE

before the House of

Assembly, Mr. F. E. Miller, Member for
if St. George, asks the Government to pur-
chasé Drax Hall plantation of 700 acres
and to divide it into lots of one acre each

A SMALL SHIPMENT OF

AMERICAN DRESSES

«BROAD STREET

Tuesday,





In Russia —

LONDON, 4th July, 1951 |
THE between Britain’s colonies |
the of Soviet |

that under |2+USsia was spoken of by the Minister of State |

system inecompetent!for the Colonies, (Mr. John Dugdale), at aj
safe from the

THE WHEITENALL |
UMBRELLA...

‘I have known the Act to be
used to stave off that greatly By t
feared penalty—publicity’ rs es

IN an address now contrast

and “colonial government”

TEL. 3895

point out




penalty le fe Ashbridge Coil
ile stes amilies t Be . . they fear ‘nhoatexthe disgrace oF onference at Ashbridge College.
ns sae aapee ne et “FOR goodness’ sake: do not Chapman Pineler pulite. parse
ile it must be admit that there is print what I told you about those .. sision a huge pile had been | The Whitehall Umbrella cues itas ; Sai a
a great pressure on the land and severe | 0Micials,” said the director of the Siiowed te. eoliect. Sora, bi be evil enough if it confined iteeit| Britain, he said, had been visited recently | ss ALABAS g INE pe
- pain cet big building firm as T left his Lon- which at the worst mi explosions. | But it is widely | hy the leader of Government business in the |
land hunger in this island, to cut one of | don office yesterday. “We cannot killed one worker i! used to protect officials in more



afford to offend the Ministry of many more. eful branches of Government

Works, and remember, the project service.

is graded Secret.” POCKET CARTOON
So the Whitehall Umbrella by OSBERT LANCASTER

Gold Coast—Mr. Nkrumah. Anyone who |
doubted whether Africans could assume posi- |
tions of responsibility must have had their
minds set at rest when they met him. There
were indeed few men of any race “who can |
come straight out of prison to assume the |

the largest productive plantations into un-
economic lots would do violence to the
economy of the island,

The object of keeping plantations up to
full production is to provide employment
for the people; and the first essential to

The ideal FILLER for repairing damaged surfaces on Plaster,

: Walls, Birch, Wood ete:
It was the chief of a pharma- r . .

ceutical firm who urged me:
“Plea withhold the fact that we
could get no official medical sup-
port for importing the new Ameri-
can drug. We cannot afford tc
offend the Health’ Ministry.”

siinaipaninpaa linens abil

shields its own—and the word
SECRET finds itself the guardian
of inefficiency, not of security.
This is no isolated example of
an officially backed clamp on the

For inside and outside use,

Can be washed or painted over.

nt aes inieicaaeniaaenesiaenioatanne asians



i 7 oy > i isi 7 is “ a m t ; . ot
determine whether the divi ion of this land pacts. This ominous admission—“we |r e1"8 of Government without showing a trace
, © , f \ 7 y . ® ® y Mis man § admiss = e
will be advantageous, is to check whether The inquiry into the cause of cannot afford to offend the|of bitterness against those who imprisoned | § ae
the land is in full production and employ- pe - eae s ee at the Ministry”—is becoming a_ basic | them,” 1% Neg RAWEL PLAS a ic
: : . oya rdnance ‘actor é siness r any fr snter- ; |
ing the number of people required to the Bridgwe ster, Somerset, oa Bye ae Sehuaten Mt oltect "Se ts lt An Asbest 1 1 ul ded f
, men were killed, ended yesterda shi -eprimi Thitehal! ‘ i) n Asbestos p ugging compound, especially recommende or
acreage. as it began—in secret, ~ 4 Pe Wais Gunels the’ banding | low differeut all this was from Colonial | fastening Screws in Stone, Concrete, Brick and all types of
, No one could ever suggest that the pro- irweds Guihnes mutters. Government in Soviet Russia. “Imagine the | masonry.

Cover-Up

WHAT chance is there that the
public will ever be told the full
facts of the disaster?

Precious little. Supply Minister
George Strauss has already trotted
out the standard statement that

“inquiries of this sort are not pub-
lished because they are largely
technical and often have a good

prietors of Drax Hall plantation had not
been using the land advantageously and
so to divide it into lots would be a dis-
service to the island.

It has been proved time and again and
has been the subject of commissions that
small holdings in sugar cane cultivation
can never produce the quantity or the

consternation there would be,” Mr. Dugdale
continued, “if an Armenian, imprisoned for |
anti-Soviet activities, were released and

firms can afford to endanger by}â„¢ade Chairman of the Council of Ministers,
complaint this huge source of! of Armenia. )Â¥
revenue, k

Even firms not working for the
Government feel they
in favour with officials

The radio industry, for instance,
derives much of its income from
Government contracts for radar:
gear and guided missiles, Few

WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.
Successors to

C.S...PITCHER & CO.

‘Whoever heard of Turkmenistan or Azer- *Phones : 4472 & 4687 BECKWITH STORES

baidjan having the right to decide what sort

must kee;
who allot!






; | deal of secret matter in them.” * : raw materials and licences SSS BSS". a, hf
quality of crops such as are produced by 3 “ But surely, Sir Septimus So almost every manufacturing}Of education their children should have, or ,
the large holdings. And as far as Barbados But is there anything to pre- the Academy must realise that PEPE PCP REE PEEL PPE PPP PPP PLP A POE POOSHS

concern now depends in some way; how much taxation they should pay and what X

on the good will of bureaucrats 2 E

should be done with their revenue ? Anyone ¥
in a Soviet colony who asked for those rights ¥

vent publication of the main find-
ings of the inquiry report aiter
genuine security matters have
been “blue-pencilled” out of it?

their best chance of selling
most of this little lot is to get
people tight!"

is concerned there are no really large plan-

tations comparable-to those in Louisiana,

Reprisals Fear
Cuba and Puerto Rico whose acreage is




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, There is: The long-established ‘s Fs On November 14, Behind the slogan: “We can-| Would get short shrift. Yet in the Gold Coast x INTERNATIONAL PAINTS, LTD.
counted in thousands. availability of the Official Secrets ntists were watching a ; i anc >] istry” |thev alreadv have ¢ j j i
If it is the intenti ea aaa 3 nats Detua oe a cover-up for new rocket being test-fired at a hot afford eng Aint already have them and in Nigeria they |
‘“n uals e in ote “i e 2 ress to the shocking blunders which such Government research station. consequences might follow open | Soon will.” '
nd land for peasants who now have none, inquiries sometimes reveal. They knew that the experimen- Criticism of the activities — or ; THAT COVERS
) é xperimen- * e-o48 +
the mover would be well advised to turn And if there is no blunder to ‘#! fuel might explode. But they inactivities — of Government) Wy vii ter declared that a peaceful revo-| ae Sener
: a $y -cietripd Hi tl land:c4 t conceal, it is surely unfair to felt safe as they watched through officials. : f : € I PAINTING REQUIREMENTS
CYES ao Sear Ree, Lhe > SAG As everyone to conceal a report the thick armoured-glass windows Proof? The chief of a big air- lution was taking place to-day in British
’ being made full use of. There are in the which proves it , fitted into the concrete wall of craft firm asked me to withhold Colonial Africa [$
i Leeward parishes, several plantations I can support this charge ot ‘heir safety chamber. ed fa iat a Covenant Hane : id
: arisnes, 5 - writing about a Government blun- |} |
. ; wrong use of the Official Secrets The fue i » 2 — wi » Whdndise 4 oul > ‘air a
which are not in full production and there | Act with cases on which I have pares ee epee — he teceia be unfair) «tm whatever direction you look”, he said,
} is also some land owned by the Govern- eye-witness information, eral of the watching men and “Africans are finding a change in their whole!

seriously injured others. These Ministerial mistakes, ;

‘: . § rockets in a small room at an of which were not published— only by the officials responsible! ,, ‘ ;
Joseph and in St. Lucy, which while not ordnance factory during the war. revealed that the window frames but by the firms working for|lives in the new factories. In the countryside | O [ J 7
5 ore : : : The cordite somehow caught fire. holding the armoured glass had them.
suitable for cane cultivation might possibly | (he coum Sots the bulldint was been so insecurely fixed in the 'iiven when firms suffer injury | ‘Mey are being taught to use new methods of |
* support other crops, but which are uncul- a roaring furnace. concrete that the explosion blew and indignity from such blunders cultivation and to take care of the land. New,
re Ae ime ‘ . hem clean ou with tragic »y take pains st > facts : . ae =f
tivated at the present time. If the results of the inquiry consequences. pan a pee S00 a Constitutions are being granted to enable the |
Any suggestion for taking away lands into the accident had been pub- reprisals. African people to have a greater say in their | : ll
merely because they belong to absentee | lished a gross breach of the safe- So They're Safe a ha cian ‘uel wean | Whether you need paints for walls
. Pa ty regulations wou ave been O > é r 1 . '
roprietors cannot’ be supported on eco- revealed. My purpose in making these expands—and the word Security ; ‘
- . - ds - The workers should have taken disclosures is not to suggest that embraces the new and dangerous “All this presents a great opportunity both or woodwork, inside or out... for
nome grounds. the cordite to an unoccupied some scapegoat must be brought meaning: Safety from the penal- req ee I 6) bp y
: building every time they collected to account for every error made ties of failure, to Africa and to Britain. Together we can - ;
g ever; y to acer : 8 lab d ]
ONE WAY “ a trayful. But because of faulty in a Government department. —L.E.S so develop these great countries that the elaborate ecoration or economica
THE institution of a one-way traffic standard of life of their people can be raised : .
scheme for Speightstown will be followed ; beyond all expectations. At the same time| coating for factories. or
: P ° Fs’ Yes fie « bi
with interest by the rest of the island. It Hie lived like a Cheyney hero. an: his name was— :we ourselves can get more and more of those

ment which is lying fallow. There are
other lands, notably in St. Andrew, St.



is proposed that vehicles on leaving Road
View should turn off the main highway
and travel Round-the-Town and_ into
Church Street or up Dist. “E” Station Hill.
To continue from Road View to Heywood’s
must be by way of ‘Round-the-Town’ and
Church Street. These restrictions are lim-
ited to Mondays and Saturdays during the
experimental stage.

It is strange, however, that the High-

: Recognisi f > *heyney ‘rime and wrote brisk, authori- “am a1 : = 9

ways and Transport Authority and the inetinnk cae scliedvios Pg vhs tativ e articles on murder and . There is a0 need to remind Sey Es of the %
Police can find time to institute traffic formula of his novels—there were mayhem for newspapers and ee that Northern Rhodesia % :

: - : . ei about 35—varied only in time and magazines. is making to the Empire’s copper suppl It is
regulations in Speightstown when there 1S space. Their mood remained re- In 1936, when he was 40, his first will be greater still ve on t PP a t % x
crying need for something to be done with | markably consistent, novel. This Man is Dangerous, pci & en transport and other § 3

¢ fie p e i appeare s chief character was SNortages ar E i
regard to traffic on the Wharf and in Broad | tn A hard, urgent atmosphere of Rees, cael ern ek ah ges are overcome And the list does ¥ Tinie Mark x
Street. The time has come for a portion mystery and sudden death, Chey- in Dea faction eka Renata fnot end there. Sisal and tin, diamonds and %
7 art . a i ne whisky drinking women tg Phe ni 2 . rice sang. | Palm-oil, cocoa and z0ld—a
of the Wharf Road to be shut off from conscious heroes-—Lemmy Ceution, pe ana ya * ele aa mere aie C 1 ial A. ; S do-oll sonie iat of
through traflic and;the remainder made a Slim Callaghan, Aloysius O Mara Aenea Pr Althouen Chatnes ta ‘sh Colonial Africa, Most are coming out] %
an . q - s. leyney | in as 4:

one-way street. ee ea celts ees eantacdieesoone nowklan. @iuL ar ae ppohiens as we develop the %

_ | are S a sti crice ackg it was countries y 2 >
In other countries”access to warehouses jor the Black Market could pit Oe eer er ane OTe Vey aoe SOUR. 3 N
is restricted to thse employed in storing lagainst them. United States with his American-| wmpore js too, a chance of finding , % 3
or removing merchandise, In Barbados The merit of his novels was weaet WITH A FORMULA born wife, % aed » & chance o Bnding many |% %
readability and their aim sus- ; Two Books A Year more minerals — though British Colonial |‘ —_—_——— x
anyone can walk up to a warehouse where | pense. How successfulky Cheyney Peter Cheyney “5 4 nis| Africa does not seem likely to be one of the 8 %
cargoes are being stored and look on aim- | exploited these vritues can be Belgravia, silk shirts, an elegant , Cheyney used to dictate his} ; . . : .

a ea 2 judged by his claim that one cigareltccholder and’ | momocle POOKS at a steady pace of about] great mineral producers of the world. The For information and advice, consult our

lessly, block traffic, or disturb the progress
of the work. There are occasions when

@ .CASE 1: Workers were
emptying sticks of cordite out of



vicariously, the successful thriller-
writer is almost #& High Priest.
His name alone guarantees action,
excitement and escape from the
believable, He numbers his disci-
ples in the millions, Such was
Peter Cheyney, who died recently.





person in every 30 in the British

Isles, excluding lunatics, children popularity. He

An official inquiry—the results



were the outward symbols of his
liked to identify

which should get the widest pub-
licity, are being hushed up not



PETER CHEYNEY

In an age of seeking its violence By Milton Shulman

However, this career was closed
to him when he was seriously
wounded on the Somme.

The immediate post-war years
were spent writing songs, poems,
and sketches for music-hall artists,

In 1926 he began to take him-
self seriously as an expert on

3,000 words a day
self a target of two novels a year.

and he set him-

way of life. Many are moving to the towns
and starting work for the first time in their



raw materials that are vital to our very exist-

ence — and get them, too, without using
dollars.



“Take cotton for instance. Nigerian cotton

fields are expanding. She can supply us with ;

an increasing amount of the cotton we have
to import to-day from America. With our
help she will be able to do better still.

C.D.C., for example, is now prospecting for

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ee a te, be ae under 14 and people over 80, himself with the physical prowess These streamlined methods *ended coal in Southern Tanganyika, although the |»
goods or weer in ee ns bought a book of his every year. of his characters. to produce books that were re-|deposits at present indicated are small com- % >
in warehouses when porters, clerks an fe tae : ai markably alike in tone and con-|.. 3 an Mg 5 »
lightermen are porepitled to pay attention He Sold in Millions eee proud of his ability at tent. But it was obviously just ys with those at Wankie in Southern |< DA COSTA & CO.., LTD. — acents %
on ¢ , i encing, pistol shooting and jiu- ywhat his ic wanted. hodesia or Wi i i y
to the safety of passersby rather than ex- | Such statistics flowed easily from jitsu. He used to smoke Keay mine ‘ritics have ; nen + a pen meee JVs
. ; ’ a man who realised that to write cigarettes a day, and claimed he i Ri ; ‘tere os | eee not emphasise to you what effect it] Resececsoooosooeesecooneneeoeuseesetes %
iti >» work. D his re g 8 : ‘ ; ache ohh 5 compared him to such writers as VOCPRO9SS SPSL LLA LLL LAPD
pediting the work. Despite this care a |a aol was one thing, to sell it, could drink as much whisky Edgar Wallace and Robert Louis} Would have in East and Central Africa if coal
pera : “ : cP ve - ios another. any of his heroes—no inconsider- <“5* = ae ' Fo : 2 YPPPDISSSSSS99ISP9SOS IOS SOO FPO POSSESS SSSS9SS989F
clerk at one warehouse was seriously in Here was no simple, artistic able feat. Stevenson, Cheyney professed little] were found in sufficient quantities. ui gh aatas ae taah tect
jjured recently when he had both legs |soul, self conscious and reticent concern about what they thought

ae Phas le about the selling power of his Born in London of him. One of his pet hates was x
broken by a puncheon of molasses. aren, 7 any review containing the words.| “This” great economic advance can only 8
Motorists too take the Wharf as a “short He used to publish certified Peter Cheyney was born in Lon- The Last of Mr. Cheyney.

statements by accountants to don in 1896 and his early educa- Now that has come

ht jing take place if there is political advance at :
‘

cut” when Broad St. is busy and thus add prove the sales magic of his tion, devoted chiefly to shorthand true, many a_ tedious railway the same time—so that the Africans feel that

to the confusion on that highway. ne vor Givask - ee ent eee sear oer oo anny a oa developments are not being carried out by x
It is to be hoped that the Police and ihe copies of his books and in an- short spell as a repertory actor ay i oe Petar o neers Se Britain over their heads but that they are x
‘ panes nein 9 : . : other 2,500,000. His target was Was interrupted by the 1914-18 : . :

Highways Vepartment will not forget that no fewer than 5,000,000 buyers war, when he applied for a Regu- t® while away the sluggish hours. taking part in them themselves. The past

WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S.

Bridgetown as well as Speightstown needs a year. lar commission, He once said that
traffic regulations reached it. he thought soldiering was his real
ane resuie a A luxuriously-furnished flat in’ profession.

"ae And

He probably never five years have indeed seen great political

‘developments in Colonial Africa.”

They Sold
Too Much
In 1689





Then He

Vanished

Caught?
What happened to Frederick B.

Lloyd between those two mar-
bothered much about his youth. riagus® Did sanoethsing vest up



PEP POE ACO S

* Taxi!

er

a suite at the Savoy Plaza. His
life had followed the classic
American pattern for he was a
poor boy who had made good.

ernard Wicksteed continu-
ing his caste-histories of men
who never turned up again.

three weeks after the disappear-
ance and asked for food.

in America are seldom questioned.
it is sufficient just to be a success,
Lloyd was one. So no one
No Ransom




































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Some people have good reasons On the day he vanished he had ; The — Rr Peo ee If they — they might have on him? Or did he try to get HERE 8 C - aan
for wanting to disappear. Fred- lunched with his firm’s legal because they ought he mig found a clue. back to his early days? T was a time in Britain] % J 2
crick Brochwel Lloyd, a wealthy adviser at the New York Lawyers’ have been kidnapped, but no one = Qne man who did know some- He was a sick man when he when it was an offence to] % heck f P On These Tasty Bits 1!
British oil man, apparently had Club, Afterwards the two of Ccemanded a ransom, thing of his early days was disappeared. His doctor had told] give overweight, ‘ Fine qd anadian A Hody Builder
none. . Yet on the afternoon of them got in a taxi, and the One of the wilder theories was Lloyd's chauffeur in England, him to go carefully. Did he sud- s FOO % "
Octeber 22, 1936, he vanished in lawyer was dropped at the firm’s that Lloyd had been spirited Mr. W. E. Watts. The two often denly crack on that taxi ride| The records of Kingston-on-| } 3ARLOVA
York taxi and has never offices. away by the Nazis. He was said had long talks on their drives “North on Broadway” and de-|Ihames, open to the public from] ‘* Canadian Cheddar Cheese Builder of Strength
en again. As he got out he heard his to have sold Hitler a secret pro- together and Lloyd told him once termine to go back to a former|July 18 to 25, show that a number * Canadian Cheddar Cheese ec B &
companion say to the driver: cess for recovering aviation petrol that he was taken to America end more carefree life? America|of tradesmen were prosecuted in| % Grated in Pkg. Blend of Milk and Egg
Lloyd was 63 and head of an “Go north on Broadway.” And from oil waste and it was sug- from England as a baby and is a vast country. It would be] 1689 for using weights that were] $ Canadian Mill fed Chickens $1.22 16 oz. Size
oil business worth half a million that was the end of Lloyd the sested that he had been taken began to work at the age of nine. easier to vanish like that over|too heavy. g Smoked Waddock Quick Cooking Macaroni
pounds; he had een happily cil magnate. But was it the end to Germany to make the system At 14, he told his chauffeur, he there than it would be here, ’ Fillet Sole 15c. per } Pkg.
married for 32 years; he hegi com- of Lloyd the man? work. “ ‘ 1 ran away from home ne went What, was the event I've missed Visitors will see the Saxon Coro- x Cod Filleta :
m d no crime that anyone His wife, who had been ex- At all events Lloyd was legally to work in the oilfields of Texas. cut in‘the story? In 1948 fifty |oation Stone and documents dating A ae’ y , — e
] of; his affairs were in good pecting him back for an early resumed dead in 1944, Walton At 19 he got married. keys were stolen from the office|‘rom the time that Kingston was x eencat a ¥ egetables in Tins
! ; and there seemed to be no tea, thought he must have lost Oaks was sold and Mrs. Lloyd The oil firm he was working , New York lawyer. They|the seat of Saxon kings. ° SYGheass in "Tins Libby Mixed Vegets .
ther woman.” his niemory, but there was no ‘came a recluse. She died in a for at the time lent him £100 to belonged to trunks, deed boxes, I x , F $e ¥ Mixed Vegetables
trace of him in any hospital. I York hotel in 1945. set up house, and he spent it all and f deposits containing} “™ong documents is one with] % ERESC QUITS | Ro
Eng land he owned Walton The New York police thought That's the story, except for one on the honeymoon documents about the Lloyd estate. |the seal of Hugh Herland, Richard Fa Cae i Kale
Oak with 300 acres close by he might have been murdered more event which I'll come to Who was this girl? It couldn't rhe follov 4 in unidenti-|iUs “beloved carpenter,” " g Carr's Cré “ker
lton Heat Golf Club in and _ robbed. They circulated ment In the meantime have ut Mr l who the lav ston resident, who des & < arrs Cre |
He ke 20 servants and 20,000 copies pf his pic ler ahother poss 1 Ne At were back inbuilt the roof of We % Dr
there. description, but the only clue Perhaps he did mean to di t ( sarance hi And they were. Could timbers for ® 1
Classic Pattern they got was a st ry that a m after all. } they had arried that man have been Frederic nr # “sighbo * Phone
erica, to which he re- who looked like Lloyd called at BS IO ss $2 years, 1 1 that B. Lloyd? ston. &
ti every autumn, he lived in house in Ringwooc d, New Jersey Past live of recessful me Lloyd ried. ee ed + 3999999069



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TUESDAY, JULY 17,



Baby Murder Case Opens

1951



Ten Witnesses
Give Evidence

TEN prosecution witnesses

gave evidence at the Court of

Grand Sessions yesterday, in the case in which 65-year-old
Ruby Layne of Richmond Gap is charged with the murder
of her daughter’s female child.

The case is going on before His Honour Sir Allan Colly-
more. Mr. W. W. Reece, Solicitor General, is prosecuting for
the Crown and Layne is represented by Mr. E. Malone.

Layne is alleged to have thrown
her daughter’s new born baby into
a pit on June 13. Today five wit-
nesses will give evidence.

Mr. Reece outlined the case to
the jury before evidence . was
taken. He said that the baby was
Mabel Layne’s, Ruby’s daughter,
and a man named Vere King.
King and Mabel were living to-
gether about two years,

King had gone on his business
when the child was born. Ruby
Layne who lived in a house at the

side of King’s, came over soon

after the child was born.
Evidence will show,” he said,

“that the child was born in a

basin. Shortly after the birth, the
prosecution is alleging, Ruby, on
discovering what had happened,
took the living child and threw it
into a pit some 20 feet from the
house.”

She then removed all traces of
the birth.

In the case there was no ex-
pressed malice, but it would be
shown that malice was implied.

Medical Evidence

Dr. G. Stoker, the first witness
called, saiq that on June 15, he
attended a child in the maternity
ward of the General Hosiptal. The
child was about three days old
and there was a bruise on one

knee. It died of pneumonia which
it had contracted for about 48
hours.

“A child thrown into a pit as
soon as it was born,” he said in
answer to Mr. Malone, “might live
for five or six days.”

It was surprising that there
were no more injuries besides tne
bruise since it was alleged to nave
been thrown into a pit. He be-
lieved it could have been more
likely placed than thrown.

Dr. A. S. Cato was the next
witness. He said that on June 16
he performed a post mortem
examination ona _ female child.
The body was fairly matured.
There were two small superficial
pruises on each knee, There was
no evidence of any break of the
skull but both lungs were con-

gested and consolidated with
pneumonia.

The heart and abdominal organs
were normal and there were no
fractures to the limbs.

Pneumonia

“From my examination and from
consideration of the circumstances
of the case,” he said, “I am of
opinion that death was due to
pneumonia.”

It took at least two days for the
child to have contracted the pneu-
monia.

To Mr. Malone he said that if
a child immediately after being
born was without water for two
days, one would not have expected
it to be a hundred per cent, but
there would be nothing radically
wrong with it.

One would have expected a
child which had been thrown into
a pit to have more bruises, but a
child could stind a lot of buffet-
ing.

He would have expected traces
of the after birth 48 hours after
it had been there.

Dr. Reader was the other medi-
cal practitioner who gave evidence.
He said that he atvenaed Mabel
Layne on June 15. She had re-
certly delivered a baby.

Gwendolyn Hackett of the
Maternity Home, Bank Hall, said
that on June 15 a female child
two to three days old was brought
there by Cpl. Shepherd. The child
was suffering from shock. She
gave the child a_ stimulant and,
going by the doctor’s instructions,
6ent it to the General Hospital.

Something In Pit

Elaine Collymore, a nurse of the
General Hospital, said that on June
15 she went to the Maternity Home
in an ambulance for the child. She
took it to the Hospital. Gertrude
Holder, Charge Nurse, received
the baby.

The last nurse to give evidence
was Anetha Seale. She was the
night nurse on June.15 and she
said that she saw the child at
hourly intervals throughout the
night.

Cpl. Shepherd of District “A”
Station who was stationed at
Black Rock on June 15, said that
Vere King came at the station and
made a report that day. He accom-
panied him to Richmond Gap.

“King pointed out a latrine to
his house and carried me to it,”
he said. “Something was in the pit
which appeared to be a child.
The fingers on one hand were

P.C. 397 Forde and he removed
the wooden closet. Eugene Smali,
a woman of the district, came up
to the scene about that time and
he lowered her into the pit. Small
took out the child and handed it

to him, The pit, he said, was a
dry pit.
He carried the child to the

Maternity Hospital.

He searched about the house,
but he saw no signs of the birth
of the child. He took statements
from Vere King and Ruby Lane,

The police van took Mabel
Layne to the Hospital and Ruby
accomparied her. About mid-
day Ruby made a statement to him,
He



wrote it down and read it
back to her.
Arrested
The statement was that Mabel

was 20 years old and had had a
child about two years before. She
asked Mabel what had happened
to the child she had lately had
and she said she did not intend
doing what had been dene.

“While I was waiting on Dr.
Cato at the Hospital,” he said, “I
saw Ruby Layne again. I talked
to her about the child and she told
me that it was she who threw the
child in the pit. At that time I
did not suspect her and even after
she told me that I did not believe
her. I thought she was trying to
cover her daughter and took no
action,

After the post mortem was per-
formed, he saw her again, arrested
her and cautioned her. She said
nothing then, Inspector Springer,
Ruby Layne and himself went to
the police Station.

To Mr. Malone he said that
Layne entered the station about
2.15. p.m., and the statement was
taken from her about 5.10, In-
spector Springer, another police
and himself were discussing the
case for more than two hours.

Mabel Layne, said she was
twenty and lived with Vere King
for more than a year. She had had
a child on May 30 about two
years ago,

Crying

She then gave evidence of how
the child was born, but how she
did not know that a child has been
born,

Her mother, she said, carried it
out in a basin which she covered
over and returned with an empty
basin. Her mother told her not to
xv out that she was going out an
would return,

She asked her mother where the
thild was. Her mother said that
she had heard a crying.

She told King at the night what
had happened and he said it was
too late to tell the police,

Eugene Small was the last
witness to give evidence yesterday.
She said that she was passing near
King’s home on June 15 when she
saw Cpl, Shepherd. Shepherd
lowered her into a pit where she

took out a female baby she saw
there,

Today more evidence will be
taken.



Playing Field Gets
Sweet Lime Fence

The publie are now kept off the
Princess Alice Playing Field by
barbed wire and within a few
months their view of the playing
field will be cut off by a sweet
lime fence which was being plant-
ed yesterday.

The barbed wire runs along the
north, east and south boundaries
of the playing field. The fence is
being planted on the immediate
inside of the barbed wire to the
Reef Road side.

About six people were at work
putting the playing field into shape
yesterday. A few men were mould-
ing up a new cricket pitch. The
old cricket pitch whith Sir Alfred
Savage took the first knock on has
been done away with. A woman
was pulling up bush and unwant-
ed grass,

A water hose lying on the ground
was throwing its spray on the
tennis court while a dozen sheep
walked up and down the pasture
cropping the green grass.

Schoolboys and girls spent most
of their lunch time on the playing
field playing rounders and other
ball games. Along the coast, fine
white smoke was rising from
refuse which scavengers had
dumped there and set on fire. ;

Two ever green trees one on eacn
side of the pavilion are growing

i ” 4 .
moving. well under their wire cage.
POSES POOP ESOP POOP PO SAG,
—,
Malllevol 2
Urasal
ay To.
THESE HAVE [trradoi a.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

F lying Fish Season Ends:

Potfishing Starts

THE HOUSEWIFE, who for the past six months or more
has been planning fish courses with flying fish, dolphin,
albacore, kingfish and even shark will now have to rely

upon breaming and potfishi



Shorthand
Results Bad

MANY of the shorthand papers
at the last LP.S. examinations
held at Combermere School under
the supervision of Mr. C. B. Rock,



F.1.P.S., assisted by Mr. J. M
Crick, J.P.. A. Graham and F.
Stuart were exceptionally bad,

the Examiners reported.

The results came to hand over
ihe week-end and were long de-
layed since one envelope was
missent to the Bahamas.

The examiners also pointed out
that although there were as high
as 70% error in the shorthand
papers, those who passed did ex-
ceptionally good work.

The results are as follows:

THEORY

Cecilia Tudor, J. Hinkson, B. Harris,
B Jones, S, Clarke, (Miss Ione Weekes)
O_ Burke, E. Jones, A. Jordan (Mr
LF Nurse)

Dorothy Coleman, Patricia Warner
McD. Haynes (Private)

C Pinder, G Jemmott, G Blenman
Miss M_ Linton)

J Taitt, G Goodridge, C. E. Gilkes,
(Modern High School)

a Selman, C. Norris, (Miss M. How-
ell)

Vere Rouse, V. Rock (Mr. FJ
Brathwaite)

T. Davis, S. Brathwaite, (Major J
Gibbs) .

E. Nurse, (Mrs



W. Gibbons); V. Gibbs
(Mr. H. Archer); DeCourcey Marshall,
(Mr. K. Sobers); M_ Bellamy (Mr. LS
Richards); D Collymore (Miss i
Boyce); M. Larrier (Miss A. Skeene);
S. Weatherhead (Mr. V_ Southwell); M
Doughlin (Mr. A. C. Best); J Bynoe
(Miss B. Layne)
SPEED
6o W.PM
CE. Yearwood, F. E. Reid (Mi M
Howell)
E. Blackett, M. Codrington, M. Mas-
eall (St. John’s El)
B. J. Warner, Sheila Knight, Thelma

Smith (Private)

N. Boxill (Miss Linton); D. Richard,
(Mr. E Mahon)
J. C. Grasnam (Mount Tabor E I.)
oO WPM
J. Billing (Mr. F. J Brathwaite)
ELEMENTARY
TYPEWRITING
MISS M. HOWELL
H. Bowen (D); K. Brewster (D); A.
Armstrong, J. Alleyne (D); C. Norris
(D); W. Hope

MODERN HIGH SCHOOL
J. Arthur (D); J. Humphrey (D); N







Trotman, G Night (D); G. Goodridge
(D); S. Amey (D); C Gilkes
MISS LINTON
C. Corbin (D); C Smith (Di; E
Roach (D); C. Pindar (D)
MISS L. WELCOME
A. Williams, I. Boyce
ST. JOHN EI
H. McCollin (D), G Yearwood
Mr LL. F NURSE
O. Burke (D); S. Skinner (D); Hildred
Worrell
V_ Rock (D), (Mr, J. F. Brathwaite);
A D._ Moe (D), (Private); Da Costa
Denny (Mr V_ Rouse); G. Walcott (Mr
L. Reid); K_ Beckles (Mr. R. C. Brath-
waite); B. Gall (Mr. P. L Reid); E
Gay (D), (Christ Church Boys’ Founda-
tion)
ae *
INTERMEDIATE
MR. J. F BRATHWAITE
G Sargeant, O. Kellman, E. Lynch, !
Trotman
MISS LINTON
G. Jemmott, C. Lovell, C. Bovell
ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
A. Doyle, L Williams
MR. U R SMITH
N. Miller, C Bynoe
E Hewitt (Mr. N. Worrell); Patricia
Warner (Private); P Branch (Mr H. I
Bell); A. Jones (Miss M. Howell); C
Headley (Mt. Tabor E I )
ADVANCED
MISS M. HOWELL
Jj Broome (ist), G Barrow (D), P
Mayers, P_E Reid (D)
MISS IONE WEEKES
B. Harris (D), J. Hinkson (D), E
Grannum (D)
PRIVATE
J Warner (D), L. Phillips (D)
E Byer (D) (Mr. N Worrell); V. S
Collymore (Mr. G B_ Bascombe)
CLIFFORD GITTENS, a
year-old radio operator of
Gills Road, St. Michael, was
charged before His Worship Mr.

H. A. Talmea by the Police yester-
day with posing as a policeman
while in the Ideal Store, Broad
Street, on July 13, The case was
adjourned until July 24. Mr. E, W.
Barrow is appearing on behalf of
Gittens.

The charge goes on to state that
Gittens posed as a policeman for
the purpose of escorting Anthony
W. Nicholson, a cashier of the
Ideal Store to and from several
cashier desks on July 13.



ON HOLIDAY IN B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. GEORGE'S, July 14.

Mr. Royston Lall, Science Mas-
ter at the Boys’ Secondary School
here since January, 1950, has left
the island for his homeland, Bri-
tish Guiana, on a short holiday be-
fore leaving via Trinidad and the
United Kingdom for India on a
four-year science scholarship
awarded him by the Indian Gov-
ernment, Mr. Lall holds the Lon-
don Inter-BSc.







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three weeks and flown a total you leave when you like. They

distance of 23,600 miles. cover the west coast. i

ft spent 120 hours 5 minutes in his quick picture of American

one aircraft, made 20 landings and motoring as I saw it in a week |

take-offs’in 16 countries. left one big “anti” thought I con-

ng. . \nd what is the thing that fess. I objected to feeling like an
‘ The majority of fishing boats sticks most in my memory after ant among so many busy, fast-
have been hauled up because suc trip? Why the incredible moving ants. For most cars look
with the approach of the hurri+ motor-manpower of America. alike, and there seems to be no
cane season—roughly July to From the air an American city individual pride of ownership on

September — it is hazardous for jgoks like an anthill that has been the roads.

fishermen to put to sea in their suddenly disturbed. The ants are TAILPIECE: The Americans
shifting ballast boats. the cars, the hills are twined with like our British cars. Not as sec-
In addition to this the majority clover-leaf roadways carrying an ond cars, but for good hard work
of them are only covered by in- unbroken, quick-moving stream An American commercial travell-
surance up to the end of June. A of traffic er gets seven cents a mile for his

few, however, are covered by in-
surance for the year »and
eatch red fish—snappers, for
most part.

ihese
the



Potrishing brings in a wick ar- ye
iety of fish, but only a small per
centage of housewives know the a
best of these fish. Those that do ha
can make a dish that is claimed ab
by those that fancy them to be
tastier even than the bigger fish.

Chubs
Best known among the potfish



are the chub family—the blue chub
and the marble chub, Then com¢





grunts queen’ mullets, scnool-
inistresses, ning-nings, rockhinds, ‘
pudding fishes and barbers.

Some fishermen are lucky to
catch in these pots an occasional }
shell fish, sea crab or lobster

These pots are generally weight-



ed and dropped near ti shore ¢%
and landmarks are used to locate
them. They can be seen from the
boat with the aid of a glass-box

that is a box with four sides, glass
at the bottom and an* open top
where the fisherman looks through



mé

cat









Lake



SINCE ihe beginning of June, Istay. You carry your own baggage ,
have travelled round the world in in, there is no food served, and!

€



a country
acturer
year,



Those Cars—Yes.
Something ‘To Leave |

ae

You Breathless

By BASIL CARDEW

where

turns out
you expect
But

>» See
up from Long

ove

expre

sway
i. Three

to downt
lines of

a single
a million
to see a
many a
island on
ywn Man
cars sped

ast at 35 to 40 miles an hour.

a Bank Holiday on the Ports-
mouth road, cars stretched as fai
ahead as one could see.

\ Cadillac bumped the fellow
read. Both drivers stopped. In
time a thousand cars behind

> jammed and snorting a horn



phon
Posts Hit Often
Along the expressway were high
mp-posts made of wood. They
e made of wood because they
e hit So often and its cheaper
place them that way
t ilf-mile or so a standard
down, replaced temporarils
pole and lamp. After week

by







end revels,
no-parking expressway often looks
as damaged as the wooden Span

b

said a patrolman, this

after he has placed the box on ish Armada beaten by Drake
the surface of the water with the As we approached a new two-
glass side touching the water mile tunnel, we passed a_ con-

The more ambitious pot fisher- vertible that had just biffed hard
men make pots four or five time nto a limousine, The bumpers
the size of the ordinary pots and ved th saloon, but the con-
they calt these buoy pots. These vertible’s front was concertinaed
are set. much farther away from “Too t said a big fellow in
the shore and they cannot be seen the large on. Then he drove
from the boat. off.

They are recognised by the aid He w within his rights, Fo
of buoys painted white which float MY American companion told me
above them. ' Once the fisherman that it is the man who does the
is on his mark his glass box will bumping that has to stand the
pick up the white painted buoy racket. And there is no compul-
floating below ai.d after “creeping Sry car insurance in the United
the buoy”’—drawing it up with States.

a pronged piece of iron called the | Nearer town we passed hun-
creeper. dreds of second-hand cars in

These pots catch a bigger type Yard lined up for resale. I no-
of fish. These too catch the rea “ced good-looking Buick con-
snappers, cavalli, huge conger eels, Vertible, 1950 model, priced at
bigger types of chub and small 800 dollars (£285). In Warren-
sharks. street it would sell for £2,000.

= 2 There was a Cadillae 1949 tabbed
Small Variety at 900 dollars (£312). In Ruston-

The smaller variety will sell yoaq it would fetch more than
for eighteen cents per pound but ¢ 2,000
fishermen ask and generally get bt ae
the same thirty cents per pound Sheot First
for red snappers if they catch High-speed motor-cyclists fol

them in their pots as the fishermen
ask when they hook them











lowed us as we drove. They were
not so keen to stop speeding. But
they



Very few people are fortunate were waiting to hand a
enough to obtain the small fry ticket and a 15-dollar fine to the
caught in nets around the coast 8UY wh¢ viteched from one traflic
and the jacks and johns, a bigger !ane to another,
species of the jack family, “What happens if you refuse to

Sea cats can be got from fisher- Stop for a cop?” I asked
men who grain them in the rocks “Then he will first shoot at your
off the coast and even a few tyres,” said my companion,
conchs are dived up at times. In Manhattz the walkers ask

The seine boat is fast disappear- ed for trouble just as they do in
ing but it used to provide many London. They stepped out in front
pounds of cavalli, bonitas, blue of our bonnet without a thought
barbers and mackerel, The few for the 35,000 people killed in th
that remain make a good contri- United States last year and another
bution but they do not go too far a: ilion injured, (Comparative
around and some housewives do U.K. figure 4,000 Killed and
not even know of their existence. 250,000 injured.)

However for the housewife that 1 California, where every man,
has the time to search them ou!, wi and teenager has a car.
there is a tasty and interesting +) run 10 per cent. of all the
variety of fish to be had round the 40,000,000-plus cars in the United
coast during the intervals between States motorin even more
the flying fish and sea-egg seasons fabulous. On Sunset Boulevard in

Hollywood we searched two miles

City Site Set
Up For Sale

THE site of the buildings



used to house the Bridgetown Ice
and Cold Storage, The Crown
Mineral Water Co., the grocery
business of Messrs. W. A. Med-
ford and the Manhattan Club in
Prince William Henry Street, is
now being levelled to be sold a:
a whole or in lots. wt
The site is the property of

Messrs. Evelyn, Roach & Co., Ltd.



n

an

4 The winking amber or re

in tunnels when the

for parking space
sut these points
when driving in America:

appealed to me

L The danger-free absence of
cyclists in streets choc-a-
kk with car
9 The intolerance shown by
police and drivers to th
sish crown-of-the-road motor-
8 The cops who urge you o

speedo-

ter is already showing 40 mile

hour;

They purchased new premises for lights at night to mark
the Bridgetown Ice and Cold crossroads ahead, but you don’
Storage and decided to demolish have to stop if there is no traffi
the buildings. ‘ about; and

The stone work, timber Motels—those night st ;
wood work of the old build 5 : { or





were purchased by a Mr. Springer
for the purpose of demolishing
and clearing the site. This work
started in April and should be
finished by the end of this month.

The site was offered for sale to
the Government through the
Commissioner of Police to be
used as a parking lot, but this wa
not accepted by the Government.

80: Still Going Strong



STANDON, Hertfordshire, Eng-
land Seventy years ago

80-year-old Joe Whitaker joined
the village choir. Singing beside
him now are his and ww
grandchildren. ~(CP)

son





PEACHES per Tir 48¢,
IRN 7 48c
69¢



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one

to

1

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10,

» throughout

your

HEPHERD & €0., LTD.

11,12 & 13 BROAD STREET

motoring. With a big American
car it usually costs him 5% cents
a mile. With the smaller British
ears this is cut to under two cents
mile
And, of course
talks.—L.E.S8,

the bank book



olice Band Move
Into St. Cecilia
Herracks Tomorrow





THE Police Band will be mov-
ing into their new barracks in
Passage Road tomorrow. These

barracks will be named St. Cecilia

Barracks after the Goddess of
Tusic,

Formerly a residence, the bar-

} were up to recently, use

a dance hall, popularly know:

Club Willow.

he grounds are being prepare:
the Band Cadets and _ the

building is now receiving the fin-
shing touches,

Casuarina trees, hibiscus and
other shrubs are being planted
The building painted in green anc
white, looks very attractive and
imposing at the end of an avenu

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le gardens at the back of the %
premises and each man has been %
bus aring his l lot.
“The - Peal : ina of R Police MORE AND MORE MEN
told the Advocate ssterds that
when the Band leaves Central ARE CHANGING TO...
Station, its present quarters will
be used to relieve the congestion
which exists in the Police Bar- 4 i SHOES
i DAILY
Fire At Belleville

Shortly after 1 p.m, yesterday
fire broke out at the home of Mrs
Kenneth H, Bourne situated at 6ti











Avenue, Jelleville, The’ Fire

Rrigade received a report about

140 p.m. and went to the hous¢ e

only to find that everything was

iarhin, guvonge ty dea rhea Was HERE ARE THREE OF THE MANY VERY GOOD

not great. REASONS FOR THAT SUPERIORITY :

SHIPS’ NOTICE } e

__ ALL ships in the zone 10 to 2( %

oe ze 8 ‘s West have aa % (1) “K’ SHOES are made from the finest leathers

Singh ti Lorie conediien baece: % obtainable. Both soles and insoles are hand-
igth between July 16 and July | tested for flexibility and accurately graded

17 the hours 3 am. 6 am., 9 > by skilled craftsmen.

m,, 12 noon, 6 p.m. 9 p.m, and * 2
dnight 5, * * . woe 2
A cablegram to the effect war | (2) THE UPPERS of ‘K’ SHOES are selected,

received at the Harbour and : hand-cut and matched by experienced crafts-
Shipping Department yesterday, 1% men with a care that no machine could
JUDO GIRLS 3 imitate.

VANCOUVER Police consta-| % fends See ‘ss
bl here are instructing 30] % (3) ‘K’ SHOES are made over the famous ‘K
pretty girls in the art poe! ee 5 PLUS FITTING LASTS with the heel-parts
The girls are . , tnug the ‘ < te
aa daisies tans ee ost x one fitting narrower than the fore-parts. This
tory to summer jobs as playground x ensures a close fit at the heel and freedom
upervisors. cm 1% for the toes.

% @
NERVE DID IT/ :

CORNER BROOK, NFLD: gee =O Why not come in and be fitted with a pair
Mrs. Jonas Shears says “It's no] of these world famous shoes? We are sure
ocd living in this. world -unies you'll say like all the other ‘K’ wearers :—
ou’'ve got a lot of nerve.” One ,

ol the oldest residents in New- ; en Q
undland, she celebrated her $ “TLL NEVER WEAR ANOTHER SHOE
ws 6 on ‘ x”
\Olst birthday on June 26, % BUT ‘K
(cP)

WORKSHOP ON SEA
COPENHAGEN-—- A Danish
hipping company in _ installiag
hobby workshops in its ships, A
tanker has book-binding
equipment, a darkroom, a lathe

d drilling machine and special
about hobbies. In addition
there is the customary ship's
iry and a sound film projector
ith films, «CP)





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HENRY





BY CARL ANDERSON

RECEIVING





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MICKEY MOUSE.

BY WALT DISNEY






ANOTHER STAR
FROM YOUR MOVIE!
















it
HV}

HALT

LTTE]
IT’S NOT MY FAULT
IF I'M LATE THIS MORNING

oy THE ALARM CLOCK
DIDN'T GO OFF















THE LONE RANGER
Sia MRS CARTER! MRS, CARTER! COME, QUICK! HERE COME
YOUR HUSBAND AND “THE MASKED MAN, AND “THEY'RE BRINGIN’ PRISONERS,
IN ZS = =
















JACKSON, YOU OUTSMARTED YOURSELF! HE DIDN'T OUTSMART HIMSELF,
SHERIFF. HE WAS OUTSMARTED
BY THE LONE RANGER/



cAETNG "BIG BOSS”





LIGTEN - BELCORD -
WHAT TIME DID MRS












TONIGHT --I
WANT TO GIT TO
DINTY’S BY SIx
THIRTY-

IT'S SIX THIRTY-AN!
SHE HASH'T COME LIP
TO TELL ME NOT TD
~—- GO OUT- ,

vit

JOHNNY HAZARD

GO AHEAR LAZARD...
CONVINCE TNT THAT
LI'L SABLE'S ANKLE
IGN'T GPRAINED /

| MAZARDS GOOD!
I VANT TO TALK
WITH YOU /

YOU ARE CHUST THE MAN
AY VANT TO GEE / YOU MUST
NOT TAKE THAT YOUNG LADY
ON FIFTY-MILE WALK / HER

ANKLE...AY INGIGT YOU

REMAIN HERE %




aL YOUR POINT, SABLE /
TNT 16 READY TO GO
“BOOM” FOR YOU AT ANY
PROVOCATION! BUT MAYBE
IT WON'T HURT TO TALK
WITH HIM /









BY ALEX RAYMOND







JEFF WON'T COTHER YOu
OSE SN'T BELONG

2 TMGOING

OUT!

THERE HEGORS, \“Sq.>
SWEET-TALKING HER NL
SOME MORE. TILL ye'Or,
FIX THAT BIG
FAKER |

a
’



NOW... T'M-GOING IN
THAT FRONT GATE

51. King Restunes Seedicwe. tne. Word rch

BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES

IVE LEARNED ONE
THING FROM THIS:
NEVER BET WITH







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AIRMAIL

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HEIR good looks tell you theyre just right.
You know, too, when you look at the price

tag, that you can’t get finer value. Illustrated
is a Tan Plain-front Oxford. Tied to every
pair is the John White Guarantee Shield—the
sign which means ‘ just right’! Look for it in

leading stores in Barbados.

JOHN WHITE

means made just right







TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1951
NO CONSTIPATION
FOR 25 YEARS

“My husband introduced me to
ALL-BRAN shortly after we were
married. I use it in my cooking as
well as for break-
fast. The result:
we're regular as
clockwork!”" Mrs.
Antonina Graziano,
453 Garfield Ave.,
Jersey City, N. J.
One of many unso-
lici letters from F
ALL-BRAN users. "
If you suffer from cetetipaton due
to lack of dietary bulk, eat an
ounce {about 4 cup) of crispy
Kellogg's ALL-BRAN daily, drink
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TUESDAY, JULY 17,



CLASSIFIED ADS.



DIED

MARSHALL — On July 16, 1951 at her
residence, Roberts Tenantry, St
Michael, Mrs. Mirian Albertha Mar-
shall. Her funeral leaves the above
residence at 4.30 p m. today for St

(ons . —

Barnabas Church.
Merton
and Mrs

Mervi and
Dottin ¢daugmers), Alban,

U S.A), Alma
trig
Sandra and Carl (grand children.)

_—

TROTMAN: On Jitily 16, 1951 at
res'dence Hunte Street—Everyl. Her
funeral will leave the above resi-

dence at 4.30 o'clock this afternoon
for St. Mary’s Church. Friends are
asked to attend,
Rosa Trotman (Mother), Violéne
and Veta Trotman (Aunts), Hya-
cinth and Gene Trotman (Sisters),
Rosailee Trotrnan (Grand Mother)
James Piggott (Uncte)



IN MEMORIAM

BRATHWAITE—In loving memory of my
dear eee Brighton Aubrey Brath-
waite, who departed this life on July
17th 1945.

“Gone from us but leaving memories
Death can never take away
Memories that will always linger
Whilst upon the earth we stay.”

Millicent Brathwaite (wife), Willie and

Eddie (children) and family.

17.7.51—1n.



CRAWFORD—In loving memory of our
dear mother, Elvira
died on July 18th 1940.

Sleep on and take your rest

William, Charles, Meta (U.S.A.),

Genevieve (children). 17,7.51—1n.

Crawford who

LICORISH—In ever
our dear beloved son, brother and
nephew Eugene Licorish, who was

drowned in Florida on the 17th July
1949,
Two years have passed since that sad
day

The one we loved was calied away

Time takes away the edge of grief,

But memories turn back every leaf

For only those who lost can tell

The means of parting without
farewell,

Licorish fatnil,. 17,7,51—1n,

PHILLIPS—In loving memory of our
dear beloved husband and father John
D. Phillips, who fell asleep in Jesus
July 18, 1929,

Asleep in God's beautiful garden
Away from all sorrow and pain
Some day when life's journey is
* ended

We shall all meet you (father) again,
Ever to be remembered b,—

Mrs. Annie L. Phillips (wife),

(U.S.A.), Dina, John (Aruba), Leonard

(sons), Miriam, Gwen, ‘ten grand-

children). 17.7.51—1n,

Rowena





PRICE—In loving memory of our beloved
daughter Daphne Christina Price, who
died on 17th July 1948,

Three years have passed since that
sad day
When the one we
away
The biow was hard the shock severe
We little knew that death was near.
The Price family. 17.7.51—In.

LOST & FOUND
LOST

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET—Series Q.9945.
Finder please return same to Chrde
Craigg. Clapham, Christ Church.

17.7.51—1n.

ncn tina tiatatacoenftniesiagicilew

ONE SWEEPSTAKE BOOK — Mid-
Summer Meeting. Series A-5320 to 5329.
Finder rewarded on returning same to
Advocate Advt. Dept, 17.7. 51—1n

re

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

loved was called











_ POST of ASSISTANT ENGINEER

and ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR,
Electricity & Telephone Depart-
ment, Grenada.
Applications are invited for the
post of Assistant Engineer and
Electrical Inspector, Electricity &
Telephone Department, Grenada.
The conditions of appointment
are as_ follows :—
1. Salary in the grade of
$2,160 x 96 — $2,640 p.a.
2. Temporary cost of living
bonus at the rate of 10% on
salary up to $2,400 and
81/38% on salary’ over
$2,400.
3. Travelling allowance
exceeding $590 p.a.
4. The posi is pensionable.
5. Probationary period of one
year in the first instance.
The applicant should have good
technical knowledge of Electricity
and will be required to perform
any duties in connection with the
running and maintenance of the

not

Electricity and Te'ephone Depart-
ment which the Engineer-in-
Charge, to whom he will be

directly responsible, may require.
It will also be his duty to assist
the Engineer-in-Charge in the
work of supervision of the plant
at the Power Station (including
the Refrigeration Plant).

The initial salary may be at a
figure above the minimum in the
case of an exceptionally qualified
person.

Candidates should apply in
writing to the Administrator, Gov-
ernment Office, Grenada.
Government Office,

Grenada,

28th June, 1951,
13.7.51—4n,



To-day’s G. A. Song

‘EA for
wo

“Can't you see how

happy we would be
With GAS installed



RTE IEES
10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

HEAVY
PLASTIC SHEETING
in different Shades suitable
for Ladies’ Shoe Lops and
Table Coverings.
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY

JAXO FRENCH POLISH |





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cod ven

SELLING?
WE ARE BUYERS

We buy anything connected
with STAMPS. Sheets, Sin-
gle Stamps, Collections, Ac-
cumulations and Covers,
Good prices Paid at the—

Caribbean Stamp _ Society
3rd Floor, No. 10, Swan St

GPS 9S9996999S959 SOOO

loving memory

OF

1951



REAL ESTATE
ANNOUNCEMENTS tins Se eee |

_— ee. ieee. A
HOLIDAY RESORTS—Grenadn-Isle of ©

pection t arrangement



modern conve-
Dial







Spices. SANTA MARIA—loveliest hotel 17.7. 51-67 }

in Caribbean. Rates from $7.00 per head . i

per day. GRAND HOTEL—in best resi-; OWELLING HOUSE with 1.e4e square
feet of land situate Cypress Street



dential district under G House

hill. Rates from $5.00 per head: Bet day, St “hae! The house co
SEASIDE INN—On Grand Anse hing }#nd Dining Rnoms, two
Beach. Rates from $4.00 per head :y mucho § dewnstairs
day. Enquiries to D. M. Slinger, ped upstairs

tains Drawing j
bedrooms and
Two bedroom: !
Government water and
26.6.51—78n, | Weht frstalied,

electri





es | Sinilar experience is desirable. Appti- | most cf us have forgotten that ihe

a -anen—sestiatads — ee ahove prbhpesty will be set up fe {cations should be submitted in writing seCo os diss pared fror

OLD HARRISO : sole’ by Public competition at our offic -' giving details of previous experience } =e =. nee aie i ry :

The Annual Dinner will be held at |J#â„¢0s Street on Friday, 2tth July 1981) and enclosing copies of testimonials ana | !ose magic screen initials, M.G.M.

Marine Hotel on Saturday Suly 28th | #42 p.m |@ recent passport size photograph, ana| THREE years ago I met Louis

at 8 pm. | Inspection of application to Miss Cum | should be addressed to Messrs, Da Costa | 7; Mayer at the Santa Anita

Members attending are requested to |™iM# at the premises on Thursday: | & Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 103, Bridgetown.” ane sie ;

notify the Secretary by July 25th. j between 1 and 4 p.m | 13.7.51—6n | Tacecourse just outside Los
Subscription . ide ne tae YEARWOOD & BOYCE, —- — — | Angeles

s OG, _GITTENS, : | Solicttors.- FOR THE HAENGS MEMORIAL |_ He stood in his open box, like

Harsison Collage, - | A RESIDENT MATRON white) /Napoleon surveying the swaying

17.7.51—3n. LAND AT ST. LAWRENCE suitab}»| between the age of 30 and 80 years. rtunes of the battle. His chiefs



for buliding sites, For »p,



fticulars appl

































j
ait Ta aes ae Teh ee a |
PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY to K. FP. Hunte, telephone ¢ os = i
OF BARBADOS se i
—| Members are asked to attend an im-| MHOUSE—A board ied ho i
portant metting of the Society at the | in good condition, two bedrooms electr
Y.M.C.A. on Wednesday, July 18th at | and water. In good re al distrie . |
8 pm Can remain on spot particular: |
H. A. MAPP, apply to Harold Proverbs & Co. Ltd.-
Hon. Secretary | High Street 10.7.51—19
17.7.51—2n. | nnn ~
a ~-——/ The undersigned will offer for sae |
PERSONAL jat their Office, No; 17, High Street. |
Bridgetown, on Friday the 20th day of
atten enc> 1 Sly, WG At 3 p.m. |
‘The public are hereby warned agai: A parcel of land containing 5,477 |
giving credit to any person or person: | Suare feet. situate on St. Stephen
whomsoever in my name, as I do not hold Hill, Black Rock, St. Michacl, with tt
myself responsible for anyone contract- Dwellinghouse thereon, called “The
ing any debt or debts in my name | Nest" containing. 2 public rooms, 2
unless by a written order signed by rne bedrooms, with usual offi
HAROLD E. WILLIAMS, | ‘Inspection any day between 10 a.m.
St. Matthias Gap, |and 4 p.m. on application to Miss

Christ Church. | Walton, on the premises.

| For further particulars, and conditions
} ot sale, apply to:—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.

17,7.51—2n

FOR



SALE



7.7.51-—8n,
Minimum charge week 12 eents ane | —————————__—- —- ——-
96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24 AUCTIV
words 3 cents.a word week—4 cents a) anti dtmainjaenttpata

word on Sundays.

AUTOMOTIVE





UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the
| Insurance Company I will sell on Friday









PUBLIC SALES

»} Minimum
1a e
u

}

| entering for

} whom fall particulars can be obtained

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WANTED

charge week 72 cents and
s Sundays 24 words -- over 24
vords 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays.

is |

HELP

SENIOR OVERSEER at Old Burs |
Pactory,~ Must have previous experience:

Apply in person to F. L. Ward, Old Bury
Fectory, St. Philip 17.7.51—3n,

TRINIDAD LEASEROLDS LTD.
“A vacane exists for a Relief Mess
Manageress Previous experience in
restaurants or hotels or





THINGS happen so_ swiftly
these days that great events are
jtiashed in the headlines aud hara-

y remembered until the next







street,

Already, im less than a week





Duties to be assumed on 17th September |
1851, Appiy by letter by 25th July to
Mrs. De Courcy Boyce, Strathclyde, from

of staff were about him ready to
charge. upon. the Tote windows
when the emperor gave the word
attack.
Film stars smiled at him hope-
| lly, but that giant mind, was on
the four-legged species and couid
not be distracted.
Difficult to convinee them
10.7.51—3n AT HIS invitation, [ went the
—jnext day to the M.G.M. studios,
; Where every girl attendant is an
| American beauty, and where an
awesome silence prevails.

was difficult to convince his
seeretariat that I actualy had an
appointment with Mr, Mayer.
Would I not see Mr. X or Mr. 7
or Mr. A? No, I would not,



S06

17.7, —an

MISCELLANEOUS

WANTED TO BUY
OLD SEWING MAGHINE out of use.
Good prices paid. Apply to Mrs Vaughn,
Corner of Fairchild and Probyn Streets





FOR RENT

Minimum charge week 72 cents and |
86 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word on Sundays.





HOUSES One secretary, braver than the

ythers, finally rang Mr. Mayer

Ke « (ON the phone and murmured
FROM AU tar something to him. “You are to go



SILVER WATERS—Silver Sands, dray-| "ight in,” he said. The walls of



ing and dining rooms 4 bedrooms with | Jericho were down,

ee water, garage and servant rooms IN a room almost ‘s big as
Nal 4462 82 Ask Poa testte 34 ’ in
pai ee Tp ah? | Mussolini's in the Palazzo Venezia,

I advanced towards a huge white

a

GRAND VIEW —Bathsheba for October,



j
j rere ; horseshoe desk, behind which
CAR—One . ,| July — 20 at Fort Roya BA: | Nntieoine = we)
See cas cig cor ya running | St. Mich a Tew) ds ori: | November and December me oe stood the great man. We shook
17.7.51—3n, | Saloon Car, 1949 Model. Damaged in ; hands and he beckoned me to a
| accident, (1) B.S.A. Motor Car in good NGRID Hood Road, Navy Garde ae
CAR, V-8 Ford 1934 in good order, good | © 4ition. Terms Cash. Sale at 2 p.m new ontera os "Theda er eacad seat. F
‘dh. kibide ca cine arte go tiercanect VINCENT GRIFFITH, ouse, reoms, draw- Then for 25 minutes he held



St. James or Dial 2175. 15,7.51—1n |
LS
CAR—1948 Dodge Sedan Fluid Drive
ark Blue, in excellent condition.
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Telephone 4504,

Auctioneer.
15.7.51—4n, |

}

| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

14.7.51—6n | The application of Da Costa Brathwaite |













rg room, dining room pantry, kitchen, ies
bath and toilet, garage and out house |forth on films, personalities, eco-
with servants’ room. Furnished or un-|homic trends, the theatre, Amer-
furnished. Apply to Messrs. Yearwood ica oliti n s
& Boyce. Dial 4223 or Dr. E. § | ‘8? polities and film
Massiah Dial 5172. Vacant from Ist

September 15.7.51—6n| He spoke with force and with



VAN—A Twelve H > Bedford | i bel Gap, Hindsbuny Road, St. | ~ rene > ___________._ |} authority, and I listened to the
— welve Horse Power Bedior Michael, for permission to sell Spirit OOMS—2 Cool poms i re) e) j . ni
Van in first class condition, Priced to Malt Liquors, ee at a wall and ponedian water, 10 minutes vente to ih fe anita ~daeigh end without ae eevee
sell. Apply; Courtesy Garage or Dial | building below Globe Theatre, Roebuck | With or without meals, Dial 3356. my mouth, At last he paused.
aii! 17,7.51—In, | Street, St, Michael 17.7.61—t.1..| “You've got a fine brain,” he said.
—— Dated this 13th day of July 1951 . e
ELECTRIC'’L To H. A. TALMA, Fsq “ROOSEVELT” — Maxwell Coast | Famous men came from here
ri Police Magistrate, Dist. “A“ Road. 3 Bedrooms with running water LOUIS B. MAYER is not Amer-
PH#LCO REFRIGERATOR: 944 cubic| Signed DaCOSTA BRATHWATTE, in each, Pully furnished ineluding|icam born. He came from New
ft. Full width freezing chamber, Brand | ; Applicant. | Frigidaire, Telephone etc. Available| Brunswick, that Canadian nur-
new unit. Reconditioned throughout,| N.B.—This application will be con-| from Ist September. Phone 2224, sery of far 3
may be inspected at Leo Yard, Cheap- | sidered at a Licensing Court to be held 14,7.51—3n | SCty Of Tamous men.
side. Apply H. L, Smith, Sandford, | 4t Police Court, District “A” on Monday | ————-—————___ Like his father, he was a junk
St. Philip. 7.7.51—t.f.n. | the 23rd day of July 1961, at 11 o'clock, ‘ Sr ae HOUSE, Br ae = merchant, and there were those
am St ohn, ‘ossession on ugust Is 7} ; Z , m ¢ j
REFRIGERATOR: General Electric Re- | H. A. TALMA, 1951 Inspection on afieent” of the WHO said that when he attained
frigerator 5% cubic feet, 642 months old Police Magistrate, Dist. “A" Tenant. Apply to B. L. Barrow (next|@minence in Hollywood he still
Condition as new, Owner leaving island. | 17.7.51—1n. | door) 12,7-51—5n | dealt in junk,

Price $390.00. Telephone 2459 or 2342,
17.7.51—t,f.n, |

-~ LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE |

KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR—7 Cu The application of Viola Hoyte, holder
Ft. Dial 95-239. 147 51.-t tn | of Liquor License No. 410 of 1951, granted

rp to her in respect of a wooden building
REFRIGERATOR— Kero:





oll burner, at corner of Hart and Chapel Streets,

7 City, for permission to use said Liquor
ner he Apply 8. G. WARD. License at bottom floor of a 2-stores







| Wall building in Hopes Alley, City. \
—-————| Dated this 16th day of July ‘1952
LIVESTOUUK | To H. A, TALMA, Esq..

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.
Signed: CONRAD YEARWOOD,
for Applicant
N.B.—This



COW: One young Cow fresh in milk, |
22 pints daily. Apply Seawell Plantation. |

12 7.51—6n. | application will be con-
fe alee — | Sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
'SE—Suitable for Riding, Driving or | at Police Court, District “A" on Wednes-
Dienane | day the 26th day of July 1901, at 11
Apply: Manager, River, St. Philip. }e'clock, a.m,
ve *"14.1.61.—3n. | H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist, *



|
Cocker Spaniel Puppies + 17.7.8

PUPPIES—5
(Red and Whit} Pedigree Stock. Phone |
3y04

14751 —tfin
“LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

MISCELLANEOUS The application of Loletha Stoute of
mate - | Spruce Street, St. Michael, for permission
AMM-I-DENT TOOTHPASTE to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e., at
Start saving your Amm-i-dent Tooth | bottom floor of a 2-store'y wall building
poste Boxes, Within a short while-you+in Neison Street, St. Michael
may be the winner of one of the follows d this 16th day of July 196)









































eoerr-—————

all members please try to attend There



But that would be only a par-

BARBADOS TURF CLUB

FOR RENT tial truth. M.G.M. have many
One (1) 5 ft, Booth Space for Summer | great films to their credit.
Aci ton yt 4-00 per running foot.|" NEW BRUNSWICK ‘not ‘only
Apply to:—
vere G. A. LEWIS, gave Mr. Mayer to Hollywood, but
Secretary. nourished Bonar Law for No 10,
15.7,.51—3n.

Downing-street,

May I add that New Brunswick
is also responsible for Lord Beav-
erbrook, — that Statesman and
newspaper proprietor of whom the
Tories occasionally sing:—

“Why was he born so beautiful?
Why wags he born at all?”

For some reason they put more
emotion into the second line.
He never deceives himself

VAL PARNELL, of the Palla-
dium, has something of the same
gust of words as Louis Mayer.

He is a remarkable man, who
Hatters no one, takes heavy chances
with the caprice of public opinion,
and never deceives himself for a
moment,





PUBLIC NOTICES

Ten cents per agate line on week-days
and 12 cents per agate line on Sundays,
minimum charge $1.50 on week-days
and $1.80 on Sunday

HAIRDRESSING NOTICE
Miss RICHARDS of the Eleanor Par-
Jour ‘wishes to. notify her clients that
her Parlour will be closed from the 16th
inst. to 3lst 15.7.51—3n







QUEEN'S COLLEGE OLD GIRLS’
ASSOCIATION
Queen's College Old Girls will hold
their Annual re-union on Tuesday, July
17th at 5 pm., at Queen's College Will













— 00, 2nd Prize $15.00, | To A. McLEOD, Esq., will be a Netball match between Present ca i 4 ani
ti Prue sco yah Aten) bolita dab, tek ae Day and Old Girls, 14751-—~2n || He can be a good companion,

ae aie eit Siged LOLETHA STOUTE — | but there is one subject on which

Ceiling Fittings, in Copper Chromium, Applicant PARADISE BEACH CLUB he never jokes, and that is—
and Chromium Plated, WALL BRACK- N.B.—This application will be con- NOTICE TO MEMBERS laughter.

LTS, Table Lamps, Bowl Fittings, Plastic | Sidered at_a Licensing Court to be held In accordance with Rule 34 the Club HIS) PERSONAL fortune and
Shades, Adjustable Work Bench Lamps, | at Police Court, District "A" on Wednes- | will be closed to members on Saturday In “s 0) re anc
Bed Lamp Shades, “Premier” Electric | Gay, the 26th dey of July 196i, at 1] 2ist July, from & pom that of his mossy Empire depends
Irons, Kettles, Tonsters, and Coffee | o'clock, a.m 17.7.51—5n. | on laughter.
Percolators. E. A, MeLEop. ~ ee eens e-em enemas
THE EMTAGE ELECTRIC oe Ss a Polica Magistrate - . To see him talking to a comedian
7.7.51—2 ; ; aa
| NOTICE is like watching the Prime Minis-

“FARM” POWDERED FULL antes 2 ma * ‘ ter of Persia and the British For-
MiLK—Supreme quelity and only $4.22 | Vi . b Ele ( N THE MATTER OF JOES RIVER | oion: Socretary coh tidal
per S4b tin and $1.00 per i-th ‘tin, | esiry Ve-Eecuion LIMITED ile: Seoretany: tn eon teeenes. |
Get a tin to-day from your grocer | : NOTICE is hereby given that the first| Humour, he contends, is an
or Drug Btore and try the ; best} oy, Frets diate eT Surced meeting of creditors In the above matter | exact science, Just as certain in-

‘ 1 mily size is ereby give ersons i be held at the Office “881s janie mised in é " ae
Pualy aeanarlean PR a eee toe | duly qualified to vote at an election of Rava he oewde Pain meet aden. gredients mixed in a test tube will
the sake of your health and your pocket. | Vestrymen for the parish of St George | town. on Monday ‘the 23rd day of July | PrOduce definite results, so will a
If your dealer cannot supply, phone 2229, | ‘hat | have appointed St. George's Vestry | 165) ‘at 1 o'clock in the afternoon comedian if he can command the
27.6.51—t.f.n, | Room as the place where all such per- ed the 17th day of July 1951 »
ae ____. | Sons May meet on Monday the 23rd day A. DeC BOYCE ingredients.

MASTS—Two 30ft. aerial Masts voit. | 0! July 1951 between the hours of 10 and Liquidator IT WAS he who induced George
of heavy gauge copper wire. Apply| 1! o'clock in the morning to elect two 17.7.51--1n. | Black to bring Sid Field to Lon-
P. A. Lynch, McGregor Street. | Vestrymen for the parish of St. George ion, and it was at the P: lladi

» A. Lynch, 14.7.51—3n, | the places of Messrs ES. Robinson vn ATS ib Wes |S avacium

ste ae RASS iF fiill resianed NOTICE that he presented the greatest
* t a corr MASON, PARISH OF ST. PETER

a — lect corn . PE
eee tee Mee it “immediately | Parochial Treasurer, Applications for one or more vacant
with the aid of “Noxacorn” Antiseptic | St. George. Vestry Exhibitions at the Coleridge | }

Corh Rerhover, Price 3/8 bot. Knight's | 14-7 51.—3n School will be received by the under- j

Ltd 17.7,51—2n. | ~~ ——————- | signed up to July 26th 1951 y
F | didates must be children of Parish- ; r
“NERVITONE ‘WiNE"—We have in| NOTICE joners in staitened .circumstances and

stock *‘Nervitone Wine" which stimulates |
the nervés, enriches the blood and builds |
vigour. |

Re Estate ot
up ni rves of strength an ANNIE ERNESTA PADMORE,
Knights Td, . ree an. | nee SAVORY, deceased
———A EF ASHE Fe A—e—~-———- | Notice is hereby given that all persons
RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing | having any debt or claim upon or affect-
....and we will order for you if we ing the estate of Annie Ernesta Padmore,
f stock . res & Co.,/also known as Annie Ernesta Savory,
payee 5% Any : 4; *6.7.l--t.f.n. late of Wellington Street, in the parish of
+ ala —— | St. Michael, who died in this Island on
CREDCALY STHMA POWDER" is/|the 28th day of January 1951 intestate,
recommended 4 a safe relief for Asthma. | are hereby required to send in particu-
Price 2/3 tin. Knight's Ltd. lars of their claims, duly attested, to the
Stent 17.7.51—n. | undersigned, in care of Hutchinson &
es —_—_- | Banfield, Solicitors, James Street, Bridge-
IEFRIGERATORS, in| town, on or before the 25th day of
ee aN ie a “Frigidaire” | August 1951 after which date I shall pro-
. eo = “Princess”. Also some new | ceed to distribute the assets of the estate
% tabs ” yefrigerators still in stock | among the parties entitled thereto having
Frigidaire "Te latin Lower Broad | 'egard to the debts and claims only of
at our new t 5. K. R. Hunte & | Which I then shall have had notice and
Street. cash or terms, K- 7.7. blemm, | that I shall not be Hable. for assets 80
Or, : “| distributed to any person of whose debt
ay Se oie "| fhent or claim I shall not have had notice at
‘i er TRG bus ee the time of such distribution.
n sizes of 9%, And all persons indebted to the said
steel ae ae ee ace Wiahel lestate are requested to settle their
Enquire Au 'yre , ,

accounts without delay.
gar and Spry Streets. Pee ey Dated this 15th day of June 1951

GERTRUDE JONES,
ah ae Administratrix of the estate of
ANNIE ERNESTA PADMORE,
nee SAVORY
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CURIOS, SOUVENIRS, AN-

20. MAYCOCK, Mary
21. MORGAN, Lols Cecily
22. MOSELEY, Maureen
23. PHELLIPS, Pauline
2 REID, Valerie Fiona
25, ROLLOCK, 'Cicel,
2%. SCOTT. Angela

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QUEEN'S COLLEGE ‘ }

The foliowing list of pupils who have tie
gained admission into Queen's College) cya. oon vee tae a gat
for the School Year beginning 18th SeaOnet eth an '* a. ee 5
September, 1951:— mt, Capt. Selby, from St. Lucia

1. ALLIES, Pavia Orville | Schooner Amanda T., 70 tons net,

ae a Capt. Tannis, from Trinidad

3 ea Eee cane. M.V Antares, 50 tons net, Capt
4. ATKINSON, Linda Darre! Alison (Valentin, from St. Lucia

5. CARTER, Cicely Ione Laurie

6. CODRENGTON, Marlene Novarra DEPARTURES

7. CUMMINS, Genevieve Rita M.V. Lady Joy, 46 tons net, Capt
&. DEANE, Marion Eldena Parsons, for St. Lucia

9. EDWARDS, Julie Lawrence Schooner Florence Emanuel, 40 ton |
10. GARNES. Brenda Angeli et, Capt. Roberts, for fishing banks |
i GH, Marié Patricia Sch Mary Lewis, M.V. Sedge.
12. GRANT, June Maureen fled, Sch. Frances W. Smith, MV
13. HAP#EWOOD, Peggy Irma Lady Joy ch. Franklyn D.R/, Sch
14. HARTE, Dorothy Alma Island Star, Sch. Emeline, Sch Anita
15. HAYNES, Marcina Maureen li, Sch. Philip H. Davidson, Sch. Gar-
16. HERBERT, Margaret Doreen enia W., Sch. Mary E. Caroline, M.V. !
17. HOYTE, Pamela Adiyn Evangeline} Daerwood, Sch, Laudalphe, M.V. Blue

Douglas | Nose Mac., M.V- Caribbee
18. JONES, Ouida Yvonne *Alouine
Antoinette
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variety show in history at mid- ‘Chelwood.”
night last Monday, when £ 18.000 | Gestons Road ‘
was raised for Sid Field’s widow | er ee .
and three children, | Ss St. Michael,
1 did not go to the performance, | Barbedo
but Aneurin Bevan described it | ey
to me so vividly that I found my- lay, July 16. 1951 ,
elf wondering why he himself ‘
had never been attracted to the |
stage, | To the elettors af the Parish of Saint Peter
With a little more weight he |

could play Falstaff, or, if he! in, this colony;

slimmed down, he might try Iago. |
Or what about Don Juan in Hell? |





All these are within his reacn. | I do hereby most humbly and most re-
Spot that is not ‘Londonised’ spectfully inform you that it is my. desire

LORD BOYD-ORR, who is given | and that it is my intention: ornfie tek oak
to pronounctamentos, told a Scot- | ; mer Bane see ae et ae
tish audience recently that Great | elected by you and to represent you in the
Britain is s ring from over- | . : ‘ ;
ccaenia aoe € ’ General Assembly of this island.

According to his lordship, this |
wend should be resisted and Bri+ | he antiinn ‘tin nibkia 2 “anc P
tain should retain her infinite | shall therefore ke offering mys ao

variety. |

I can tell him one spot that is
not Londonised. Last week-end I
stayed with Brigadier Peto,
D.S.O., whe was wounded in both
the world wars, and now repre-
sents North Devon in Parliametr.

THE HOME of the Petos was
ence a Danish castle, but appar-
ently the Danes have gone.

There is no television in the)
house, for it does not reach as far
as Devon. Even the B.B.C. re-
ception is bad in these parts. What
fascinated me was the teeming
life of the Petos’ farm,

There were arrogant red-topped |
hens like dowagers at a garden |
paily; there were pigs snorting |
like disgruntled shareholders, ]

There were cats disdainfully |
aloof from it all, and dogs that!

“pproved of everything, even the |
guests from London, PPE . ee 7)
1 5 3 wat Pagpt

MONTREAL,
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candidate at the forthcoming election

i BELONG TO NO PARTY

CECIL HENDERSON CLARKE
Barrister-at-Law ©





Yen tiny duckiings
YET MY townsman’s faith in
the wisdom of nature received » |



AUSTRALIA,









NEW LINE, Limiirp. | (i)
shock on Sunday morning when | | go RAN 2D , * (
we found that during the night) 5° nai Pelten tae oie te as MV. ("Caribae Wphsccent go i

; | ? e . . a ane Asse t ¢ ca, )
ten tiny ducklings had been born | ‘ine, Port Alma .28th ‘June, | Sydney Antidia, ~Mowbedtrae 2 maa
to a happy father who probably | uly 4th, arriving Trisidad éna July, St. Kitie fond Briday “18th 4
was unaware of his d fortune, | "4 Barbados early August instant oe y

‘ SS. “FORT FAIRY" is scheduled to 2)

_ Now, what did the mother de- | citrom Habart late June. North Queens 7» ijudllecaoa’® eh) ny

cide to do? | and mid July, Brisbane end July, Sydney . ae ne a i a i 7 ; } {

She set off for a brisk walk | arly August Matbourne mid "August cares : She meee a {

through the deep grass by the bLibeons 1 ae eee: sengers only” for Finewnt {

wire fence so as to reach an open= | yard frozen cargo, Sailing Priday rity’! t
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THE PACE was like that which | ward tstands | Telephone 4047 }
Colonist wet in the Gold Cup. ®or further particulars apply | q
The ducklings were trailed off in| FURNESS, Withy & CO. LID. a SR 4
single file but staggered along | TRINIDAD | ADVERTISE
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ine such a forced march at the age
of one day!
The defiant spirit still

HAZLITT said that he regarded
the country as a sort of healthy
grave,

He was wrong. There is such
life on a farm as makes a London
street seem the centre of a de-
serted village. \

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HE OAD ernongn me capene wish 1.8, ALCOA POLARIS” sails 18th Juno Arrives Parbados 28th June, 1951
ed strangers and listened: to the | 3's. “ALCOA ROAMER® sails 27th June Arrives Barbados 13th July, 1951
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younger one had married a whit ALCOA PENNANT July 20th July 5rd ane
girl against the traditions of his SOU ee
tribe. soe ALCON PARTNER due July 13th was for st Lawrence
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eonference of the>tribe it was al-

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ways easy to find out what the! ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE
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N. Thornton Seores





Century For Windward

THE SECOND SERIES of Intermediate cricket
ended on Saturday. N. Thornton the opening batsman
Windward scored a century in this Division. He was
defeated with 106 runs in the second innings of Windw
who scored an outright victory over Pickwick.





















matches

for
un-

rard



At all unds the vicket were . f rt ,
firm and some good score ver . ES a
returned { ,

At the Garrisor 9
Regiment cored 4 3
victory over Er re, In t z 1
innings the Regiment s 1 1
runs in to 87 runs : e
up by ire, In their sect tur Total ot

the wicket Empire were dis BOWLING ANALYSIS

miss for 101 runs, Skippe: o M. R Ww
Amor top scoring with 41 and # ‘ * ; . ;
W ; taking four wickets for 29 , im =n 14 5 23 5
ru With 67 runs for ctory R, Farner ae oe! ae oe
Regiment in t r second innings ® 4 il 2
( for five ckets Wanderers vs. Mental Hospitat



tal Hospital » scored at B.ack Reck
Aa over Wander- WANDERERS—tIst Innings

an outrignt ic
. MEAT AL mA PAb—tse

Inn.nés



























ri 1 the I ch which was ada ni Innings
pli at ental Hospital
Wi: rs scored 156 in thely 24- Cre rbs
first innings and Mental Hospital j :
replied with 167 c i
Lay tne nd innings Mental & c Mayers b Greenidge
Ho¢p c ted 161 runs, C. y b Rolfe
Wil s top ored with 58 anu N owes b Rolfe
the best bowler for Wanderers was . ne oe op erce
: not ot
L. Greenidge who took fou Extra
ets for . runs
\ ere . th 12 ITA
Skeete 30 and V. Carter BOWLING ANALYSIS
f ( Knight three Oo M R
. is 3 61
ime ae si , G. Skeete 3 12
Board H i the Spartan B packe 2 10
Cabie and Wireless game {| Greenida 10 1 35
ended in a dr Cable and Wire- Clarke 3 ret
Sy Y ’ Ro 45 6
le oO and Spa 8 1 4 14
r¢ Forced to VANDERERS—2nd Innings
follov at the end of A f e ibw t
play had scored 2 runs for the P e Bo wal ¢! cere . Carter
loss of six wickets, S. Griffith who ay weaehaiy
opened with A, Gittens scored 92 D. Mayers b Carter
runs before he was bowled by A Seale ¢ Crichlow b Boyce
i Clarke b Rock
Lawles
WAVES : © Packer ibw b Rock
Windward defeated Pickwick J. Skeete ¢ Roach b Knight

nidge not out






by 17 runs at Congo Road, Wind- & G

ward in their first innings scored ak b Knight
109 runs and Pickwick replied
with 177 runs. In their second TOTAL

innings Windward scored 176 runs, BOWLING ANALYSIS

N. Thornton scored 106, Pickwick me

were dismissed for 91 runs, D, C. Kniaht 82 3 22

Wilkie bagged five of the Pick- a Sant 7 3 i.

7 richlow 5 2

wick wickets for 23 runs Rock 12 2 3

Scores Chase 4 20

coe . Roach 2 4

Regiment v. Empire at Garrison p30. 5 23
REGIMENT Ist Innings 122



16

EMPIRE Ist Lonings 7 ee
EMPIRE 2nd INNINGS 7 e
F B Taylor ¢ Bispham b Parri 12 3 . D { ‘ t
B. Bourne b. Watts .......s0000+. 11 mpire etea
E. Amory l.b.w. b. Watt al
M. Armstrong b. Watts 0 C |
C. Prescod run out 3 »
&: Barrow run out ombermere
H. Wilson c. Watts b. Pinder 8
arris c. Richards b, Watts 12 , 5 2
Daan. an ie : 1 EMPIRE defeated Combermere
Spooner run out o by eight wickets on Saturday last
Harper not out 7 in the third series of Second
Extras » Division Cricket matches. Batting
Total 101 first the school boys were dismiss~
~ edin their first innings for 16 runs
BOWLING ANALYSIS and Empire replied with 75 runs
for three wickets declared In

oO M R Ww
y 2

Phillips Oem their second innings the Comber-
eye a ‘i 1,@mere batsmen showed more re-
Watth Paes gt a a4piistance and ended their innings
Brathwaite 8 19 —@git 118 runs L. Francis the not
Pinder 3 12 1° out batsman topscored with 47.

REGIMENT 2nd INNINGS Three of the wickets went to
Brathwaite b. Armstrong medium pace bowler §S, Beckles

Phillips c. Preseod b. Spooner



who conceded 26 runs after bo





wi-

Ishmael ¢, (w.k.) b. Armstrong
Pinder stpd. tw .k.) b, Harris ing 13 over:
Watts not out 18 Empire in their second turn
Bispham b. Harris 5 needing 59 runs for victory scored
eens 7 60 runs and lost two wickets in
Total (for 5 wkts) 7a doing so,
The Police-—-Car!ton mateh end-
BOWLING ANALYSIS ed in a draw. Police scored 165
. : Oo. M. RW. yuns in their first innings and
Sere a 3 : Carlton 155, Police in their sec-
Amieyy 3 i “6 ond innings declared when the
Armstrong ‘ 1 7 2 score was 71 for three wickets and
Harris 4 1 10 Carlton at the end of play had
Spartan v. Cable & Wireless it collected 58 runs for one wicket.
Boorded Hall The Y.M.P.C,-Wanderers match
CABLE & WIRELESS Ist Innings also ended in a draw, Y.M,P.C
SPARTAN First Tonings |... |. in their first innings scored 215
BEARTAN 300 INNINGS runs for nine wickets declared

A. D. Gittens ¢ Croney b R. Lawless 0
S.-T. Griffith b C Lawless
N. Wood ¢ MeKenzie b Br

and Wanderers 116
In their second innings Y.M.F

wnker





B.C.

B. D, Morris b C. Lawless declared again when the score had
N: Beni’ bw b C. Lawless ; reached 42 for no wicket trying
Sealy W é ‘ 4 ;
W. Jemmott not out 37 \o force a victory but when stumps
E. MecComie not out ‘ 19 were drawn Wanderers had lost
Extras ’ 13 six wickets for 96 runs.
The scores: —
; 3) 280 rage i eb COMBERMERE vs. EMPIRE
BOWLING ANALYSIS at Combermere
R. Lawless 3 ee Combermere-—First Innings 16
E. Branker 20 2 58 1 Second innings: 118 (L. Francis not out
c Se a ee ON
Ro! zie 1 59 Empire--First innings: 75 for 3 decid
E. Gilkes 3 18 Second innings: 60 for 2 (EZ Gill 27 not
A. Cozier 4 9 out

POLICE vs. CARLTON
Windward v. Pickwick at
WINDWARD Ist INNINGS 100 Police—first int












PICKWICK 1st INNINGS ...... 199 Second innings for 3 wickets de-
WINDWARD ¢%nd INNINGS clared
E. Evelyn Ibw b Lewi 12 Carlton—First Innings: 16
N Thornton not out 106 Second inning 58 for 1 wicket
K. Atkinson c&b Moor : Y.M.P. s. WANDERERS
H. Farmer stpd. (Wkr. Trotter) Y M.P.C 5 for 9 declared (B. Hoyos
b Hoad 3 60; Nicholls 3 for 49)
H. M. Farmer lbw b Hoad 3 Wanderers: 116
K. Durant c Evelyn b Noad 4 Y M PC --Second innings: 42 for no
T Farmer b Clarke wickets declared
R. Farmer c Marshall b Lewis 1 derers--Second innings: 96 for six
D. Wilkie stpd. (Wkr, Trotter) wickets (F. Austin 4 for 17; B) Hoyos 3
b Lashley { 2 for 2¢
H. Kirton absent > Cate eee —_——
R. Farmer b Clarke re q
Farme ® JESTER I. HEADS LIST
\ ~ (From Our Own Corretpondent)
Total 176 PORT-OF-SPAIN, July 16
- Heading a list of 13 entrants for
: BOWLING ANALYSIS — the Arima Derby Trial Stakes to
7 aay . 7 Hs be run at Santa Rosa, Arima next
B. Lewis 10 37 > month is Mr, W. Branker’s Jamai-
}{. Marshall 3 4 can-bred col{, “The Jester IL.”
fh. Hoad 10 1 M4 3 Among the ofher nominations are
; re ‘ a y le Ta ‘es 2oolk ic
' MoeICK WICK 2nd INNINGS Winfield Scott's Rock Diamond
A. Trotter b. M, Farmer 35 and Thunderation. Fifteen horses
D. Evelyn c. (w.k.) b. D. Wilkie 1 have been nominated for the
H. Kidney c. sub b, N. Thornto 19 Nursery Stakes

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SCORED 106

ERIC GOODING, of Advocate, who
scored 100 on Saturday in a B.C.L.
game against Rangers at Richmond.

Another B.C.L. century was sccr-
ed on Saturday by G. Kirton play-
ing for St. Barnabas vs. Shell.at
Black Rock. St. Barnabas collected
214 and Shell have lost 2 wickets
for 27 runs.

The Money
Must Be Found

FTHE Amateur Rowing Associa-

tion have acted promptly
after the sweeping successes of
Cambridge oarsmen at the Henley
Royal Regatta. They have asked
James “Crowden, president of











Cambridge University Boat Club,
how many of his crew wil) be
available for the European Champ-

ionships at Macon (France) on
Augus 25, 26



The no doubt, would like
to senc A, Fox (Pembroke),
winner of the Diamond Sculls and
either the Lady Margaret eight
which captured the Grand Chal-
lenge Cup or the Cambridge
University Boat Race crew.



For Fox, it particular, experi~
ence of racing abroad is most
important. If selected for the

Olympic Games at Helsinki next
year he will have to compete in
heats rowed six abreast, with
different methods of starting, time-
keeping and steering.

But it’s the old, old story.
ARA have no funds, Part
cost of sending crews to
championships is borne by
International Federation, but
larger proportion falls on
competitors,

What a contrast to the offer
made by the organisers of the
Toronto Winter Fair. Within an
hour of Fox winning the Dia-
monds they were putting out
feclers for a mateh between Fox
and Jack Guest, jun., in Canada
at the end of August. Every ex-
pense would be met, But of
course this clashes with the Euro-
pean championships.

Surely here is the opportunity
for the Royal Regatta Stewards
to make a handsome gesture by
offering a grant from the Henley
takings which must have bene-
fited considerably from the won-
derful box office appeal which the
success of the British competitors
added to the occasion.

Britis) rowing is at its
It should be seen by the
the werld The money
found.—L.E.S.

WHAT’S ON TO-DAY

Court of
(Richmond

The
of the
the
the
the
the

peak.
rest of
must be

Gyand Sessions

Gap Baby
Murder Case) — 10 a.m.

Meeting of the Legislative
Council — 2 p.m.

Enquiry into death = of
Arthur Lowe, District “F”
— 2.15 p.m.

Meeting of the House of
Assembly — 3 p.m,

Water Polo (Snappers vs.
Sword Fish) at the Aqua-
tic Club — 5 p.m,







Mobile Cinema, Constant
Pasture, St. George —
7.30 p.m.

CINEMAS

Empire: “Soldiers Three’ — 4.15
and 8.30 pm

Plaza: “Operation Pacific’ — 4.15
and 830 pm

Olympic: “The Undersea King-
dom" — 4.40 and 8.15 pm i

Roxy: “Rawhide” 440) and
4.15 pm

Globe: “The 18th Letter" — 5.00
and 815 pm

Yesterday's
Weather Report
From Codrington

Rainfall; Nil

Monthly Rainfall to date: 1.48

ins.

Highest Temperature: 87.5

Lowest Temperature: 74.5

Wind Velocity: 12 miles per
hour

Barometer: (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.912

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

75 Horses Entered
For BTC Race Meet

A RECORD number of 75 horses will be entering the coming
four-day Mid-Summer race meet. There will be 29 races
during the four days: The entries are:—



First Race: Miss Panic, Dash- Twenty Second Race: Sun
ing Princess, Sweet Rocket, Fuss Queen, Fair Sally, Harrowen,
Budget, Ability, Maybouya, Dol- 3lainte, Notonite, Arunda, Ability,
drum, Lunways and Topsy. Wlieuxce, Oatcake, Tiberian Lady,

Second Race: The Eagle, Firét Gand Mark, and Infusion,

Flight, Apollo, April Flowers, Twenty Third Race: Vanguard,
Duleibella, Colleton, Pharos II, Hi-Lo, Soprano, Clementina, River

Mist, Water Belle, Usher, Viceroy.

Twenty Fourth Race: Cardinal,
March Winds, Dunquerque, Chut-
ney, April Dream, Cavalier,
Bright Light, My Love II, and
Rambler Rose.

Betsam and Epicure.

Third Race: Vanguard, Hi-l.
Soprano, Water Bell, Cross Roads,
Usher, Best Wishes.

Fourth Race: Atomic II, Slainte,
Gunsite, Burns, Rebate, Flieuxce,








Elizabethan, Drakes Drum. : Twenty Fifth Race: The Eagle,
Fifth Race: Infusion, Miss SUm‘one, Mery Ann, April Flow-
Panic, Fair Sally, Dashing @â„¢ Vixen, Colleton, Cross Roads,
Princess, High and Low, Notonite, Cross Bow and Bow Bells.
Catania, Arunda, Aberford Twenty Sixth Race: Infusion,
Flieuxce, Doldrur, Lunways, Oat- Miss Panic, Fait Sally, Dashing
cake, Tiberian Lady. Tc) Princess, Sweet Rocket, High and
Sixth Race: Suntone Mary Low, Notonite, Arunda, Ability,
Ann, First Flight Dulcibella Aberford, Flieuxce, Maybouya,
Vixen, Clementina ” “Water Bell. Doldrum, Lunwe Topsy, Oat-

cake, Tiberian Lady.

Twenty Seventh: Jewel, Gav-
otte, Miss Friendship, May ‘Time,
Blue Diamond, Monsoon, Joan’s
Star and Betsam.

Twenty Eighth Race : The Eagle,
First Flight. High and Low, Avol-
lo, April Flowers, Dulcibella,
River Mist, Pharos II, Viceroy,
and Epicure.

Twenty Ninth Race: Sun Queen,

Cross Bow, Bells, Willo the Wisp.

Seventh Kace: Sun Queen, Red
Cheeks, High and Low, Har-
roween, Catania, Demure, Topsy,
Land Mark.

Eighth Race : Sun Queen, Miss
Panic, High and Low, Harroween
Gunsite, Burns, Catania, Nan
Tudor, Demure, Lunways, Topsy,
Land Mark, and Drakes Drum.

Ninth Race : Vanguard, Hi-Lo, Red Cheeks, Atomic Il, Harrow-
Soprano, Miracle, Clementina, ©°" Slainte, Gunsite, 3urns,
River Mist, Water Bell, Usher, Rebate, Demure, Elizabethan, Land
Viceroy. Mark and Drakes Drum.

Tenth Race : The Eagle, Firsi
Flight, Apollo, April Flowers,






Dutcibella, Vixen, Colleton, Pharos
1I and Epicure.

Eleventh Race Cardinal,
March Winds, Apronusk, Chutney,
and Cavalier.

By M. Harrison-Gray
Dealer : East
reas game



Twelfth Race : Sun Queen, Red ° Q $ >
Cheeks, Dashing Princess, Harro- AIRS
ween, Slainte, Ability, Demure, emee
Lunways, Oatcake, and Land Mark. w. - Pe

Thirteenth Race ; Suntone, Mary : prea 3 9 ‘ :
Anne, Dulcibella, Colleton, Cross K 104% @9765
Roads, Cross Bow, Bow Bells, and Qiws @o74
Willo the Wisp. S

Fourteenth Race: J e we |, eos
Gavotte, Miss Friendship, May ir Saeed
Time, Blue Diamond, Monsoon, & 2 R2



Joan’s Star and Betsam.
Fifteenth Race : Infusion, Miss
Panic, Fair Sally, Dashing Prin-

Another World Champion-
hip hand in which both

ams made the ame Wal







cess, Sweet Rocket, Notonite ; a eg Sees a
A run da, Ability, Aberford, candard ne toma
Flieuxce, Doldrum, Lunways, rt — Three Diamonds ;
Oateake, and Tiberian Lady. vee Hearts—Three | No-
, unps. South could bid

16th Race : Jewel, Gavotte, No-Trumps at this stage

with honours ¢
point to be con
needle match—he
ibs in the hope th

Miss Friendship, May Time, Blue
Diamond, Monsoon, Joan's Star,
and Betsam.











Seventeenth Race Infusion, eS eee erent
Miss Panic, Dashing Princess, egies at
Sweet Rocket, High and Low, Ife American bidding was
Fuss Budget, Notonite, Catania 2 aE Aino: No- 3
Ability, Aberford, |Maybouya, : Four Olubs 5
Doldrum, Best Wishes, Bow ie Pik meen rooms. ¢
Bells, Lunways, Topsy, and Britain made al tks :
Oatcake. Pneana6 ° Pi - eri. 3

Eighteenth Race: Vanguard, Hi- = A), South ruled tye |
Lo, Soprano, Clementina, Rive re yee Woh ; ne :
Mist, Water Bell, Usher, and Vice- squeeze, and EB won the :
roy. \ trick with & 9 5




as emecerenaese Sc emtearnsie &

Nineteenth Race : Atomic I, aye
Harroween, Slainte, Gunsite
'
!



Burns, Rebute, Elizabethan, Tibe-
rian Lady and Drakes Drum,
Twentieth Race: Dunquerque,

CRYPTOQUOTE No, 58

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April Dream, Bright Light, My {Jj JODM NFELWND NJ NSD
Love If and Rambier Rose. HDCEG GZ USYNZEYD
_, Twenty-first Race: The Eagle, Last Crypt; In much wisdom is
First Flight, Apollo, April Flow- much grief Ecclestiastes

ee at | ine aaa,

ars, Dulcibelia, Vixen, Colleton
Pharos II, Betsam and Epicure.
















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This must not happen. I know
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PACE mvR IIAKHADOS ADVOCATK TUESDAY, III.Y IT, 1W1 BARBADOS mtmi rifclil *1 tb. Adrorm .. i "l Jnmt %  !. MfliUafi TU.MIJV. JIII> IT. IS.M LAND USE I lably, Mi F K Miller. Member for Si O" e .* ' %  % %  Government to purpUnUtion <>f 700 teadg Bos funll %  be atlmlttetl that then Is "il ihc land and severe land hunger in this island, to cut <>i the largest productive plantations into uneconomic lots would do violence to the econon land The objed of keeping plantations up to full produ'rovide employi pie; and rtio first essential to • mine whether the division ol this land will j and is in lull production and employpi n quired to the acreage. iggest that the proprietors oil Drax HJII plantation had not advantageously and so to ild be> a It hail been proved time and again and F cornn thai small holdings in sugar cane cultivation never produce the quantity or the qua! .d by the larj;e holdings. And as fa• is concerned there are no really urge plan* i;ie to those in Louisiana, Cul i %  Puerto Rica thousands. If it is the intention of the address to find land for peasants who now have none, i be well advised to turn where the land is not being made full use of. There are in the Le< >am parishes, sevetal plantaUons which are not in full production and there is also some land owned by the Qovtcnment which is Lying fallow. There are other lands, notably in St. Andrew. St Joseph and in St. Lucy, which while not .suitable for cane cultivation miht possibly BUppOtl Othei crops, hut which are untul!.\. t(.xi ..t ihc pre* -i* time. lion for taking away lands %  iy because the) belong to absentee proprietors cannot be supported on economic grounds. ems WAY THE institution ot a one-way traffic i i' .: %  Fhtstown will be followed with i' ; %  I by %  '< re*! % %  !-*. mil in liiil* Ili< furls oft' MII.SI me* ill i. rni uti.l* %  — WHITE HAUL I >lltl(l I I A... 'I have i. TI..V, ., |hr Arl In hr ii<.-a tn slave HIT Uul srrall> %  • in a i" lull' pa bib m F( >R Kuodncss' sake do not print what I tolfl you about those official*." big building Arm .-. I |*jf| % %  OflaDd the Ministry of many Works, and remember, the pro j ect So the Whitehall Umbrella shields It* own—and the word SECRET tinriItself th< the shocklns blunder* which such aovernmenl looiniies .sometMne.t reveal. SI 1 \S1 %  ': itcblni ;i And if then conceal, u i surety unfair to i-\ PI^ 1 one jo ..-il which proves it. i can support 'hi charge ot wrong use of tlie Official Secrets They knew that lha i %  no blunder to [\*'"! : Ian sara % %  ihay watched ihrouch a Indow i Fety (hambl r Tha fuaJ did x ( .iode — with An with COM on which i ha' i %  that 1 sje wllneee Inrbnnetkn. aral ot tha watchlni man and seriously Injured vhlch ware not pub f> CANE 1: WOt emptying atlcki ol cordite out ot / rockets in a sniull room at JIM ol ordnance tactory ( aha %  iiies — or of Oo v arn m ant • Proof? The thief of %  Ma alr. I ... writing abo 'nt blunder, **becau i • ", | % %  hoidei Mlnisti %  I i %  i Up DOl only by MM* ocDci rcapdoalble but by the flrms* workini for %  Kv ii whin firmmlTcr Injury i I >. h blunders ii..-. take palni \> the faetri H>] t> so the Whitehall u j tin of ft —L.E S. No Nkrumah In Russia LONDON. 4th July, 1951 THE Britain's colonies and thi> "colonial government" of Soviet thai Minister of State i Mr. John Du^dale). at a idaje CoUsajo. BROADWAY DiltSS SHOP A SMALL SHIPMENT OF AMERICAN DRESSES BROAD STREET TEL. 3895 He li*i-fl likr a <'heyny li'rr. %  -%  %  a l *!' In an ae of so il thrill writer i Hfa oaina ill rrorn u e believable. Ho nut pica in th< i ; %  'hej in hi BUM rich aatlab fonpula of hii noveu thi ra wen aboul SB varied onlj In i markabl] in J hai myatarj and Hidden death. Choj nay's whl i .. Slim Caltai Uo iahl and out[drank tinbi or the in.,.;. Market c. uld i>'i %  gainst them I!* 'IIII.MI Miiilni.tn t*he ii..rit %  %  II. > Kplolted thai Judged i i person in every %  >.i ludlng under 14 and bough) .i i h .M be claim that one M in tha BrH I children %  %  : i | %  Mr Sold in Millions : i man who res %  ed that to a i Iti a book was one thing. t.> sail it. inotht i Hers waj no ifanpla, trnstlc soul, self conadoui an.t ibout tin • %  ".. %  %  i i tn pnbllah statements i<> accountanU li i rova ini lak %  Rtagtc <>' hla %  : ," % %  • | rod that In rear ha sold i.isn.ooo copies ot his looks and In ;mi : : %  .m>.ono His : no fewi %  lhan B.000,000 i i real Hr iiroimiih never .,i it. A luxurl %  ii Bat In I WITH A FOfiMULA ntmCkmmm shirts, an elegant ,. i wan tha outward symbols of his popularity Ha liked t Identify id lha physical proWess Ha was proud >*f hii ibtutj il lltSU. lie '.red tn snuike 7n %  nd rlalmed he could drink .is much whisky ;is ;iiiii> feat. Born in London Pol born In London in 18 tion. devoifi chiefly to %  borthand and book-keapli : %  %  rather . b) the 19U-IH %  i.ir commJ i he thought soldiering was bis re;d lii*. H;IIIII Miis— NEV %  i linn when be wounded on thi kwri Hia ii %  %  'ii yean i % %  %  at artists. in i!'-'i be %  e in to take hlm%  k. authori[Ol %  | niiigiiiincs. In i93fi. whan be was 40. his first %  i icier was .in Am.i i. i and its dia' d much to .,i stardom, then i mi n H wood films. All With ;tn II was not untn i94!< tfa il visited lha United States with 'lis A born wife. T.i Books \ Year dictate iii^ I nf aboul 3.000 words %  daj ai d b> I i In produce books that WOTS %  *%  tent. But it wai oovlously just what his public a Althou i %  bun i" h writers as %  %  Stevenson, Chej m ibout what the* though) of him. One of his pet bates was .ii ) review containing ti' words i Now that that line b s l sip l sai nger vrithoul s new Pel I.I while .. glsh hours. WORLD COPYRIOHT RKS1 I —L.K.M. Britain, ha said, had lx*€n visited recently ty Uka IruutT of Govenunaot business in the (iold Citast—Mr. Nkrumah. Anyone whu doubted whether Africans could assume posi: %  ponslbUity must have had then minds eat I hen they met him. There any raoa "who can out ol prison lo assume the nment without gboerbuj g tract >f bltU g whu imprisoned then." :,t all tins was from Colonial K'nent in Soviet RtlsaUL "Imagine the nation there would be," Mr. Dugdalc .(.-•I. "ii an Armenian, imprisonetl lor % %  Viet activities, were released and made Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Armenia. heard ol Tuikmenistan or Azert to decide what sort of education their children should have, ur txation they should pay and what :v with their revenue ? Anyone olony who asked for those rights ri thrift Yet In the Gold Coast the} already have them and in Nigeria they ill." The sred that .* peaceful revolution was taking place unlay In British Colonial \ "In whatever direction you look", he said. "Africans are finding a change in their whole : Die. Many are moving to the towns and starting work for I he tirst time in their lives In the new tgotoriea. In the countryside they are being taught to use new methods of cultivation and to take care of the land. New Constitutions ore being granted to enable the African people to have a greater say in their affaire, "All this presents g great opportunity both to Africa and lo Britain. Together we can 1 so develop these great countries that the 1 ird of lift' of their people can be raised! beyond all expectations. At the same time I WO ourselves can gal more and more of those nals that are vital lo our very existence — and gat them. too. without using "Take cotton for instance. Nigerian cotton fields arc expanding. She can supply us with an increasing amount of the cotton we have to import to-day from America. With our help she will be able to do better still. "There is nu need to remind anyone of the groat contribution that Northern Rhodesia is making to the Empire's topper supply. It will be greater still when transport and other shortages are overcome. And the list does not end there. Sisal and tin, diamonds and Maim-oii. coi old all come out of in Colonial Africa. Most are coming out In increasing quantities as we develop the countries where they are found. %  There is. too, a chance of finding many more minerals — though British Colonial Africa does not seem likely to be one'of the mineral producers of the world. The C.D.C., for example, is now prospecting for coal in Southern Tanganyika, although the present indicated are small comi with those at Wankie in Southern Rhodesia or Wit bank in the Union. But I need not em p h as i se to you what effect it would have in But and Central Africa if coal were found in sufficient quantities. "This great economic advance can only take place if there is political advance at the same time—so that the Africans feel that developmentg are not being carried out by Q over their headg but that they are taking part in them themselves. The" past iviyears have indeed seen great political developments in Colonial Africa." I ;i\i!"Aifl TlWn llr VaiiiftsWcl rd H 11 MUSSS* .I. *.i -1 iUsterses ot mm • he %  ever mmrd up Jiain. ; %  ople have good reasons ppear. FredvrealUu %  the afternoon of i .. million n happily i nftjt cofn%  %  %  nod Walton close hy Club In k Pattern h he rca suite at the Savoy Plasa. His life had Followed H" pattern 'or he was a poor boy who had madi lay he vanished he had lureated with his firm's le^nl %  rdo New York 1 Club. Afterwards the two "' and the the firm's An he got out ho -• i %  L say to Uu %  (,i, north i And n the end ot U< I the Mid I.I. %  %  eat %  epttaL Th.' .V I I l.ouse in litngwood, Kev mice and asked lor food. 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