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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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U.N. ADVANCE BASH, Korea, July i7 =
r ‘ ninte " r f > >a , + x
| HE Communisis opened the first session today B AL DOL IN voleanic eruption occurred las Fay ae
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with a discussion of the items of tho acenda | f J area where the Soviets had been re ted erectin
proposed previously by the United Nat eam. | KK) TI IRONED an atomic plant. The agency identitied the a
>, | ma ‘ ris sin
Clarification of the definitions and transiatious too” 4 Yutien County, a southel n Sinkiang province
a “considerable tims’’, according to an aie ali Arne of Relvians Weare Sperprted, British atomic. salparies, Bysne
report. \ ‘© ne ee 7 Pontecorvo who disappeared behind the Tron
Ninety minutes of _ cing today ran the ic USSEL Curtain, had been roported supervising atomic
negotiations to a total conference time of 14 hours} ,,Si"s, Bavtoum ae a instaliations,
12 minutes in the five meetings. | Belgi x¢ ‘ J The mystery heighten od by the fact that travellers
Both delegations appeared in good spirits. Nobody), who are familiar with that area said this is the
called for time out for separate coliierences as tie] first time they ever heard of volcanic eruptions in
Reds did yesteriay. No armed versonnel were soon Ea PHEORS MN the Kwanglun Mountains, which run between
os ae 9 ve ‘ . :
at the conference sits itself today. Just two armed jria Frese Southern Sinkiang an which reportedly is a rich
Communists were scen in the area and they wee | source of uranium or: ]
; j oO Am 1 ‘ en fl -
policemen, one directing the virtually non-existent}: a st clint ahi al | U.N Pi SH]
a 3 fi 1 ; ‘ 7 , : ver) el Jw
traffic and the other leading an ox-cart along 2a : well by plane
bs ¢ vere definitely 1 olcanve he
Kaesong street. He was cheere. for full min- i4ICHBLLE GODDARD daughter of Jolin Goddard, W.I ickot ptain, ro v her pri om Fr , The « fic ial age va a pol es the 0. N 3 ed > MT Ei S
When the meeting brok« ut ute by more than 1,00) hinh Bel Morrison at the Ursuline Conyont sori and Propa ry Prizo Giv fternoon t that the first eruption ox Syed of A
senior United Nations dele ss Pe i gian dignitarie parliamentari- Ursuline Convent 3.50 today followed by loud ex EIGHTH*ARMY, Korea
Vice-Admiral C. Turner Joy came | ii 4 i 7g) ] ans and fore diplomats in t plosior Ibservers here recall Hundred 0 1
out smiling as did all othe ‘United’ 1 i € m in Chamber There were cries of hyp Breviou indication Py ft nto ; micas ‘i ou a Re i 20
Nations negotiators, North Korean: ™T ent le roi!’ Then Baudouin RI¢ y i ERS CLASH ee ae AG 7 activity in yuthern Sinkiang : low the neutralized tru be pay of
smiled but the Chinese were las New Plan jsat down on the throne and be- The Reds |} , , stagin: | Kaesong i f
ar 2 giipr.:te live y sa rm - 1 LOK ave been stag OnE on 1¢ f }
ees | mn tovdetiver he snon WITH POLIGE es Crisis: Qn | 35.53 eno tee Ee 2 ni
Inited Nations Supreme Com-| 7 ' ° te BaIC, ut mys at + for skilled wearkmen who United Natior
: . | > service > ni 2 rier A | . ch ark i m a Nat ri oy
mander General Ridgway was a i oi Satellites oe ore of - nation of Bel \ BEIRUT, Let July W S U k R rahe 1 ( being offered premium wages | laily. There was no official )
the advance United Nations c m)! leona uring the course of my) Armoured cars patrolled the e e e ° € al LOnS x0 Sinkiang for three year f the mea
to greet delegates when they re-; LONDON, July 17 x: “ ‘ cores} had to face the!streets of Beirut, following the ’ Red Army ig also construc ments, arc 1 Kae
turned and heard their confidentic! Communis: parties in Eastern | MOSt tragic events in its history. !riots touched off by the assassina- 1 NY n in extensive canal sy ter vhi bh followed an Eighth
" | LONDON, July 17
report on the exact amount of|Europe have been ordered by { He added: “I bow myself before |tion of the ex-Premier of Leba- INTE _ ‘ ma there ostensibly for irrigating innouncement that at least 27
I ts | | ; a ae | BRITISH Labour Prime Minister Cle t Attlee hara:
progress being made. |Moscow to tighten their grip on| those who have given their life for } t El Solh in Am! t | oy Ae eee em ment Attlee harassec | desert with mountain stream Communi t divisior a hes, = Seas
‘An official apuree'said that ealthe life f satellite states and! their country. But throughout the | ma } Some 2,000 follow-}.. 2' NOME by Por les and his own Left Wing Labour Part: Observers pointed out howeve. | rus shat. o the Korean fro
the present U.N. team head Sovietisation according | Xperience, Belgium s_independ- |¢ f Solh clashed last naght with! members on Tuesday faced a full fledged crisis in Anglo th ut large supply of runnis rT frontline stren
Vice-Admiral C. Turner Joy worl ‘ iron curtain publica- | Fnees Peete water in- th police and the Syrian Nation- American relations It has been questionable for some time ter so necessary for atom 720,000 me
: y ' é tallit ‘ ae egrity, as well as the » Con arty memt sever ; F . atic —U.P 1 itor ! one con
out an agenda with the Commu- | ton itellite states have also | 3G Sy aan ec eate rst er or | j nbe Several how much longer Attlee could hold on to the Government installations U.! i. thi ree platoons and on
nist armistice negotiators, a new;eon Ins tructed to adjust their, " ill to hoe raaly ise ae a jper ie reported killed Unless some drastic ‘chang ‘1 t ay of ¢ oe mad were key
Allied delegation may be forme?| economic plans for the “closest },, ” Mn nimam-)| The body of thé ex-Fremier cur soon the Anglo-/ rican } eee Owes: Nea Mey Shihee

= ne ‘|S Tao tained. He adde “My fe ar , in the Anglo-American > ; o s
under the leadership of Lt. Gen-| possib-e c sopere tion with Russia | jeer me ere ees i I 1.0 Wa a yes iy, Was ex- crisis and Attlee’s own, the cri Seeks Statesm: 1 T Announce Rita’ $ round Red defen . Pent biceil
eral James A. Van Fleet, th2| and step up output above earlier | will be scrupulously faithful in Satire ted to be bre back here! should reach a climax this fall ' re | - . Deci ision To-da T! >. te en : a ant

‘ x |} dcterm 1 > »vels 7 7 Oly te , Q@S- ly plan } Ort The ates | > a ! cle ce : )
Eighth Army Commender, to write} dc‘erm-ned target levels. | suring the happiness of the coun- eee eee The Leba~} In October Attlee will face the Speege 1 D » G: 1 of yi y | Kaesons Re a ene =
the actual terms for the end of the; goth moves are held by lead-! ttY.” ci ss eae ae ment ant aera three} annual Labour Party Conference | ‘ UECEEL ( rasper i HOLLYWOOD, July 17 Welfons attack during cease! re
shooting. He dondiedle i Bags The King was cheered : days of mourning for the ex-=jin Scarborough at which Aneuri Rita Hayworth's divorce de | No rest ee

irg experis on eastern aftairs a he King was cheered after= | oftici i who will t iy tatel a1 ANGCUEN R * ; en tita Hayworth’s divorce deci+ | talk Nov restrictio oply t
; ficial who wi e given a ite! Bevan who auit Attlee’s Cabine tOME, July 17 ion will be announced Wedne » R
\e un indication of the new Kremlin; Wards for another full minute. ! poy pa) Te G nent! ‘ 1 , ibinet) = president Luigi Er rat 1 2 announced on ding h fed «=held zone uth ane
The First Phase : ey orate as , | Shortly after the speech, Baudouin | i Res ni Geverament aid’ to lead left 4 g revolt Inst | 4, . 1aual returne iay morning in New York Cit outheast of the ci th la

; gen te sole its position e hind left Parliament Ae badin chty. cir it at it had dec ided against hold=)\the rearmament programme wiil | de Rots ees his summer resi-}and a close friend of the actre ‘ommunist holding in South Ko

The Soviet U.N. delegate, Jaco| the iron curtain in view of sigMS! Giitous tour back to the palace, | tng a popular funeral for fear of| try to seize party leadership j dence and began immediate con-}said he was sure she turned {rea but United Nations patrols
Malik, proposed in his original of slac kening and subversive poli-| through streets lined with thous-|“"% " demonstrations The’ Bevan’s group is small, but ver \eher tate with Italy's elder states-}down Aly Khan’s plea for a six} have refrained from any brushe
ceasefire suggestion, that the “field 7 rent ape oe ‘ands of cheering Belgians. More state funeral will permit. strict cal and very anti-American, | oy er We a leaders, to find a nonth waiting period, with Communists there as th
comoander” should work out the; ,, EE ORES SACO arta ie easter? |tian 10,000 Belgian _ soldiers | °°*. rnment control : rear to Premier Alcide De] Friends said “there is ever 1ikks go on. The Reds ha
actual armistice, since those talks Sens | ee aniieins al Pane : indication” that the shapely sta>|lived up to their agreement to pull
will deal primarily with military: purges of top government postSithe youte. The King stopped | 1" an said that Premier Solh ha 1 ‘ 17e I roblems bhai itary circles said that }will le shortly for Nevada to |all their troops out of the neutral
matters, ‘to mass deportations have been | briefly-at the Belgium’s tomb. of| been a sinated by members oy “ \( Was more thon probable that the |fle for divorce. They sald ghe|Kaesong eircle and soldiers have

The Reds gave no indication ot! linked to subversive activities in}the unknown soldier a laid | the Syrian Nationalist Party. One lor weeks, the strain in Ang)» hennee would be given again te}apparently decided to turn dow not been in evidence from the road
how long it will take to draft the various spher es of the satellites j wreaths. He rode in an open Cad- “4 =. - sins, bry Cabrial, or a relations increased wit 1 Cee eh = Cnn ned Prince t request that sh when United Nations convoy
agenda of the programme on political, social and economic life. | iNae in the middle of a three car euitke iae ri ci oe by nam cere fe re Here are ju 1} eS * Sadting eae 7 ao een ean ag ocak eee fe ee ied into a city But nite d

pint > actus seasefire talks - co A saravan.—U.P. ) ‘ second man, a ale e 0 1 major yrobler : a : ye P > gov- m 8 » coul Oo wo} Nations natre have potte un
vee tes oe Ml ceakefire talk First indication of the tighten- | aravan.—U.E | tinian attempted suicide The| making Anglo-Amer idan ot ernment before calling the 70-yher back Idreds of Red troops well back

Fic: -snieaaad setings @ o| ing of the Soviet grip came from saieeiestataneeicnesiinemanes driver of the assassination car. difficult year-old Christian Democratic Rita’s Attorney, Bartley Crur: ;from the road
ag eee aii Pravda, | escaped, The Syrian Nationalist} Spain: Britain has taken | ider was flying to New York from [ U.N. patrols on the east and
jun reeks will ef i with the! An editorial pointed to the Party wos outlawed in Lebanon | unusual step of stating officially | Enaudi was at his summer villafHollywood on Tuesday night to} central front hammered awa

p abl; y ne itt o sa 1 . Can : ftey + attemnt \ , ' 7 45 miles north of Ro yh ~idiscu detail of hes eeision t Cor i t pos }

a z : j ‘vanguard role of the Communist ift i mpted to overthre and publicly it oppo ans : 101 Rome, when Ds ; 4 N Mt i posili i
ae NE OF the ieee as parties in the new life of the peo- | fhe Ciavarhinent tepatorca UP. Prilitusey’ WiTlenee oo an Sc i Gasperi called on him last night to with Aly’s Attorney Charle rucsjay pushing shead ;
a = ae phase will begia ples’ democracies | | : Atlantic pact ’ re. | turn in his resignation and those | Forem | miles on the coast in Kanson;
when Unitec Jations and Com- a “a Wa ; | noes cd ANE gy. yd erry ry 1 of his entire Cabine F Crum said he and Toren yuld area. North north t of K

Pa prs The second hint came from} | United States is } Hireet | OF ut ntire Cabinet, ‘ ; | ; san
munist | delegates start point by | the Cominform journ’} which in | | ago si Hiaern ant a “ob dir ’e Gasperi formally advised me L on Wednesday m ening | song far ranging United Na
point discussion of the items on the) study on Poland, flatly said that | | ritish Bombers witins> td isan rt, being | the Chamber of Deputies today of }!en, issue a joint announcemer | tions patrols had two bri
agenda. I OE re v | ide = =economic Ind | his Government's resignation. The of Rita’s decisio He said “Rita clushes with the Re

g ing was now based on se f mn | milit aid fo ) ' ate ghation Ol lA ate Tae i ° ‘

Members of the present United] fis vaauate bi ae saa ( bn T rainine Flights | tA mt ae if fs SI alr against air| chamber promptly recessed to old me her deci lon on Monda On the central front Allied |
Nations delegation may continue, git g: , , . ae) pttts | AVG!) DASEs IN Spain await the formation of ane ght I relayed the decision |*rols advanced nearly two mile
to handle the second phase of t! the U8 Sk. _wup.| LC NDON, July 1 2 German Rearmament: — Unite), Cabinet without detaila to Torem in New | north of Kumhwa, Sotth of tt
ceasefire talks but as part of aa >| “2 ‘| Britain annsiince 1 “ . 5 : a t _ mtate is pressing full speed ahead | The crisi farted fron tI % ae pra p aey, oe ’ I ly ta Re nf ipply neat it ae v

| an: a 3 oO sw that = : Be W scuss dets w ee li inited Nations 10 who we
expanded team under the leader- ze i Arctic training flights on Tuesda | ¢ se te a anges Big Fou 1 eek-end resignation — of the | him.—UsP Sarg " ow . ant hich ease n : tk :
ship of General Van Fleet. will send a British bomber ré antes erie nave broken do | treasut Minister Guiseppe oil ‘ ’ Waals} ie

vi Fleet has visited the United | sa 3 553 ' ye o ie the Nor! [aoe an early agreement, on Pella, owing to what he considere 1 Lee CRD Se Ban rove Be

an et has visited : : : Pe gr 4 ng 3,553 miles over the North! creating German division , inicea ae Lats ; I INDIA—PAKISTAN vo Communist squads with
Nations advance base below) ua y itis 1 4ainp Pole to land at the American air-| w ; . , Tt of Nis “ae trouble. There continued but light
Kaesong to talk things over wit! 1} base in Alaska. Four other bomb-! eer eee fen fense of the lira’ economic poli SITUATION CRITICAL \ratrol action on othe front aye
Joy and his team and is keeping} o Ses ers will fly a 2,478-mile triangular taney &0 britain has agreed in| program of limited govert SYDNEY, July 17 | Bad weather kept do Allied
in close touch with the ceasefire} C oming i po mie 4 | course from Keflavik, Iceland vl eritk oe, le om never looked |ment spending and — restricted Pakistan High Commissioner trikes.—U,P.
4 ke i - fr inal Sha ) and o he eas t omplete favour on the - | credit Australia Y f Haroo told a SaaS
agenda talks from his front line ONDON, July 17 Shannon Island off the east coast | , ene he re-| ; ri usu aroon, f
post. Simu oy. ee ered of t the | of Greenlane and then acro \ for alot, Germany a militar De Gaspert who upported|}ress conference on Tuesday that | 3 DIE IN TRAIN SMASH
# British Filn Lady ith the! Greenland to Goodhaven o1 Di °| Sa ‘ hiasdth Pell polies atrempred to per-|relations between India and Pak-|NEW HAVEN, Indiana, July 17
, -| British BS aD et eet Island before returning to Ic elm anian ot iis is one ef the | suade him to withdraw his resis istan are moving toward ‘ A freight trai ammed into t

On Right Tracks } pee. ae os Paes meet The fierts ater anhediled most difficult issues because ir ination et a hectic Cabinet meetin violent crisis He said “it ji 1} side of ipa sankey ee ee oie t

ightengale, pioneer spite i s \ saat A whi eae ad ai an : 2 : 2 a passeng ain, last nigl

It red fror comedies will be given throughout tween July 21 and 27, the Air Min- past Americans have never ! aha When Pella refused to)matter of days and hours }killing three persons and injurir

+ APLERTSS e. 5 i sh yo hae a 4 1 Se tember s iid. The bomber which their view that the British } | budge, other minister turned He warned that unles India j11, All four cars of the passeng
available here that it may be some; the Commonwealth ep he : SAN GRAU MARTIN mak trans-p la trips rom the problem badl the resignations and De Gasperi; promptly withdraw her troop|train were shoved th ’

ss Anche ase f mis- | 22 "he i] starring / a ak ra Ohad s fre ‘. r w i Over ne
ane Y eras og n ied pion Neagle will na ivi Scat Sits y. ° grouy of advanced bases at I Pere |" USpICIO u n a ee ise-—-U jccncentrations on the Pakistan |and overturned I train

ice neetings are nae and ; Neagie * Bi 1 . nae, = : lh, 99 \ iritish « t t t + one eee it ig! A w > t r r

: aaey . = ; Asatratis Ik P ~g Greenla July 22 is the ((Ari juarters tha he An {border fighting might break out! bound from Toledo to Fort Was
sat peack ne pine ap t ee ie w “bes "f can a aoa X= resident a long range version of the Lir Cims are trying to ‘muscle in’ 1 jat iny moment UP. Indiana U.P.
S — Tee Aas: Wai well! Africa, India, Pakistan, Malaya, T Fi I D | coln bomber built in Britain to Perrone + Iran. : Arrest $ uSspec tin
§ as on Pog : match the American B-29 iP eception o resider , Pees
as agenda meetings since ¢ range | Malta The Bahamas Ceylon oO ig nh ue : : ’ Truman’s special envoy W a erelt | I | Ki li
in location would bring éurther Sot a West Indies, Hong eat ate oe mi ei l Am pussador i img or an an ts e Jane
delay | Kong, and Singapore. j HAVANA, Cuba, July 17 F cool. U.P e oo ae i
Wnt? > ¥ ire my LIMA era, July 7
When Tuesday’s mecting of the | Princess Eliz-beth and the Duk pl 1 ee eae : rye chai- 2 h Hours W ithout Soda Police id "th it 7 th x rw
en esady 5 Tee oe : + } will nd. the enged a Senetor ‘o a duel yester- ‘ " . ‘ eo e
two delegations began it started'cf Edinburgh will a a rrested man identified
in an atmosvhere that indicated I i premiere on the ¢ Nea " ie challes ke prompt! Any U.S. Deaths Ital ; Asks For Antonio Pe 6 Cacere 6 O 4 d y 1 i y y ress i a > i R
ge 3 the lep Cana CP) yh ae Pp : L uspect ir j . , f .
@ On Page 3 : oe accepted, Former President Ram- WwW ASHI} NGTON. July 17 rc y & wy |
‘ 7 ‘ Vacla f ~“ —<
2 sibaasanne jon Grau San Martin nt hi e Arn evealed on Tuan > . ) te at
onnioat } ] y al ) 1 . Pert t | ‘
Sohte ti) eae! Manator Pelnyd higts 4h one. Ameri I act R wWic gel | AMMAN, July 17
fe ‘ ne + \c ervo Navarro when Grau's ire gsoldic va ed in action inf evision he: 7 fa ty | Premier Samyr Pasha Rifai appealed for arms and }
Britain Cold Shoulder ve SO ee by published a e- Korea during the 24-hour pet | WASHINGTOD bod foun esterdi to guard the free world’s “back door” in the Midd }
—_ ++ ” ‘ uervo uel- oY ASHING N
time i rohibited i Cubs ‘bt t yeti song ope’ Piteet fica | ss isked the United States |’ ‘ ed against Communist aggression Rifa uid that A
Y yf Fi Yr ae : 1 ; is believed to be the frst. time|5n Tuesday to di lk ‘ L The Police ma no furth ations have plenty of good fighting f {
( ] s, CL in duels are not unusual here. since Korean feht gin mor ay to drop clauses in t , Aout Do nations have plenty of gooc fig ing men bu ha
oe Pr OpOsa s or Sp U —C.P. than a year ago a full das Italian i ce treaty which limi Li ’ d a 4 j aa ; t a need are weapons and military assistance. He said in ai
sod. atten ida er armed forces to 300,000 me . Cen BNOt 10 i { w ‘sve Arab states realise tl ‘
NT 7 I thout ) An é 7 ‘ nm ( ce s . erview “we Arab states realise . rte » of defend
LONDON, July 143 | i in Sattle me es The United tate replied n I : ! as ae ae ing ourselves cael ae Mi ire concen a : ! +} eh
: A athetically to the Ital OW which authoritie yO lie 7 selves api St any aperession. We KNOW WIth pos
SUGGESTIONS that the United States may be ready sii mie Army said some men were}?# talian reques'| were dealt wit a rt tia fale Gath ;
_—_ | c C t i ye v } ings fror which ec 1 it may come
te ike some kind of defense arrangement with Franco US Japs In Se crel * 1 in small-scale skirmish-} #04 Indicated it will consult ot Police said that MatLen hor ~ ee ee Tee
Spain sot a cold shoulder here. S ity Deal which persisted despite} Western Powers on how ») was lying near an aband aad | Vit Ve see Ree
gotac Ss. >. re pg ° ‘ r. Tr treaty ce Se ‘ 7 eee “ : Bpanmonea ¢ ry ' ccomp! t lef
ey. Securit ea tice talks at Kaesong But|weaty can be changed ts a eebiaks ; } orev ° ai accom} efence
There were even reports that the British had specific- ; J scene very low.” | *.Mario Luciolli, Charge D’Affai et eee tees Se ees Fruman Will Visit | bu: initiat neip must be in
ally asked the United States not to form direct alliance wAeEINO aes, July 1 —uUP of the Itelian Emba formally |recently returned frot "labios | jform of militar weapot
with Generalissimo Franco. The British Socialist Labour) mises iv ar es Metts { go equested the treaty revision pric to assu iood Ravaged Area; apes ls to” enat :

Government has taken the lead for a iong time In OppOS!-) intends t ee Te eieaat ae eoee ae 1 conference with Secretary o | Amba ike’ aNttida ih Mcuade bili Yresou

v3 : ; 1, fae. the. inclarei ¢{! . ey 4 RED ORDER state Dean Acheso He ss also a former rf KANSAS CITY lissouri ANtAR
tion to the United States proposals for the inciusion OF | tails of wrrangement } Luciolli. told Acheson “with|man.——U.P ; ing _ | Rifai who also | i
Spain in the North Atlantic Pact. pact witt t ) \ ly 17 Aevi¢an help Italy hasiachie ; ee ae: ; July 17. jover the portf
Now it looks as though British wt Secretar f Sta 1948 aoe t I | Eust ent{full restoration of democracy an . ame rat will ~o Foreign Viinister €

ale icbarthinan. es 4 ialinheen it ne security arrange mn i ‘ I to | take ' ack. el niin ae we Bah ¢ Y ington - and] time was running ou ;
eet seems ty ed € : ; be i “| sists of two entirel j ref i only ir for th Fars f a. 1 r Lid lo Schools Hoke ally inspect the t €X-| those whe re ;

kind of direct arrangement where- , tl ivoured the -| ments, one iota aa , « i ; . r o Gen ( v | -ensive flood, whic close] + $

; ; . a ; iments, one of ( t i¢ Leade of he ’ > " Bes ime t he Al

under the United States would get ss ae 1 é Portu-| xt , t a re = ° of ] ‘ Semmror his home at, Independer :

> mi ¢ > t y r t w he othe ; ce ¢ Ip, ¢ viet Ru t | ; & . help themse t i

naval bases and air rights in Spain ' Eise we ow 13 vat ea Sick | t I anne the : ( t s Up Ne Ww i remiret | uri Truman will "A ove! bee of ; : ite rs a ,

im return for ‘ilitary equipment tat ataeke UP 7 i ean ce : ¥ PARIS. J $750,000,000 flood ravaged . find tne dirnpetst ;

for Franco's armi cals el Nehru Replies To | Diste, verwoon Socialists an] £,.8ith, Major Generel Lewis] roam.” he sa

General George C farshall Sed 1 lic Popular Republicans o Pick, the Chief of the U.S He said the efforts of Ay
it tary that) | >» sm ’ e tat 146 ohuire hool | .«rmy Engineer The flood rolled Mai t build the 4 -
ae. honstisla,s ihe cate Fi li of U N A g >| Pakistan Premier [7it.otoncn on Tuesday’ y eM At Stl fone be taker -
1 ble That % % ed i here ( :
y 7 hl j so unear & ti ter Ma : t t t
Four Thousard onst to th nevit I € tion i ipinos or el ef i my ; IEW DE LHI, J ly 17 | : : ts { ips red ; . } AY
shout So lusio A officia yurces | : : ' { riv u
r 7 Sur | N uy - .-s I ) maey rl ! ir pable
* , | Atlant } | EW YORK, July i Council 1 ymme iti N i ( t t I i floc .
From Norway | ed #. + SP mind ie Whey sme page pae the Pi Conse ‘already flooded. Stockyard: | yyy
NEW YORK, July 17. | Nations on Tuesday tha id that the status of the moveme Inc } 40 feet h See bated Arab La I
Norway pledged on ay its| A ee : eu ; ‘ to furth Paki pr t was expected at St ,

4.000 man_ occupation rece | g Filipino tro in K ders ed on T ‘ I es Friday. —U.P. "eee Ang Sen

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he United Natior | To-day’s for, United ervice ur g te of Net te ram to K iatior hict Arab
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Caubh Calling

JOE STAUBLE



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Oth are due
1 to-day, Mrs
owns Stauble’s
Fernando, Dur
bados, they
of Mrs. Beatrice
‘op Rock. Mrs,

Mrs. Lashley are sisters

Back to Canada
ISS PAM REED,
Mrs. Lilian Reed
who had been in
ice June 16th on
tives returned to ¢

veekend by T.C.A.
Leaving by the same








Mr. Johnnie I who has gone
to Canada to settle.
Routine Visit

M* HARRY LEE, Security

Liaison Officer in Trinidad
and Lt. Frank Sonntag U.S
Naval Intelligence attached to the
U.S. Naval Base in Trinidad who
arrived from Trinidad on Mon-
day morning on a routine visit
returned to Trinidad yesterday
afternoon by B.W.1.A.

She Signs ‘Nancy Oakes’

ye she
Nancy Oakes,

the late Sir Harry

Ailsa 10

ing
were

goes,
daughter
Oakes,

nd

nave

to returt
Stauble’
Bakery
their
the
Lashley

Stauble and

daughter
f Fonta-
Barbados
a visit to her
ida ove!

‘plane was

Mis

Canadian mining millionaire,

Eunice Lady Oakes, of

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registers and forms with
maiden name
How is this, when she
formerly known as_ Countess
Alfred de Marigny? She is in
London now—as Miss Oakes. Mes. Taylor Ritter, pictured in London,
The answer is that Miss Oake
er mee Tie | Serotrees. anes UBURN-HAIRED Mrs, Ritter
marriage to De Marigny was ahs’ deemed foeck ith natiteae
annulled by the Supreme Court in the United State ts in London Jomeipes Jockey
of New York State. The decrec with ‘her | rofiliedaire hui band R oR NEWMAN
of annulment has been in effect tani Ritter. She 34 “MM 7 i 7 i
since February, 1950. It voided 10! itter. She 24 wriv va from Trinidad on
: , the early fifties Monday to ride in the B.T.C’s
the marriage from its inception Three years ago Taylor (her Summer Meeting for Mr. K. D.
a = oy ns tee first name) Ritter was a New Edwards. He is a Jamaican
obligations _ 0 he mariage in york actress Ritter forme: i
1942, kitchen boy from Hungary, first Tuning the Chorus
There were no children, suw her at a cabaret. Soon they
were married. Now they have a USICAL DIRECTOR William
Not Much Left st a aole thontheck. Haaker planned to hire boys
se ce Ritter is a hotel owner His to clear bullfrogs out of Virginia
ILFRED R HODES, fortune began in the fur busi- Rush River so that they would
Yorkshire and England jogs Now he has nine cars. His not disturb the Blue Ridge
cricketer, has left Moorfields poppy is collecting foreign cars Mountains festival.
Hospital after an operation “Her hobby is collecting me,” But when he struck q note on
glaucoma. he quips about his wife. She is the stage piano at the river’s
Che surgeons saved what sight the daughter of a Polish mother bank, the frogs burst into a
was left; they could not restore snq Dutch father. She wears a throaty croak in C sharp. Direc-
what had already gone. And not ping with _ diamond as big a tor Haaker was so pleased that
much sight was left. Rhodes wore thumb-nail =L.E.S. he is going to use the bull-froe
dark glasses, was helped down chorus in his programme.
the steps to a taxicab by two e ‘
nurses, niet Tenggration, oerntet : Incidental Intelligence
But Rhodes, 73-years-old, wa M’ Immigration OM in Trini WRITER friend of mine pro-
still brisk alert. He will con- dad is at present in Barbad for vided in his will that he be
valesce at his daughter’s home at ppyout six weeks’ holid He cremated and that ten per cent.
Burton-on-Trent, And then? arrived on Monday by B/W . of his ashes be thrown in his
“T’ll watch a bit of cricket,” and is staying with Mr. and Mrs, agent’s face.~U.S. author Donald
said. “I can’t see well, Just Wocdley Anthony at Battery Clark
make them out, you know,” House, St. Lawrence —L.E.S.
‘inhalants sagen aassitibbaaitaitiy
THE ADVENTURES OF PIPA



7MHE

what I
has led
why the

said yesterday.
some inquirers
egg could not be
in an upright position

the joists.

Here we wave red teal,

In this is a plain hunch,
Mabel's upset by little credit,
Under the shadow of death.

(7)

Seacne

epithet for part of it.

Down
Robot. (9)
Stair mice upset for a truce,
zeather borer. (3)
Enveloped (6)
Hil they all
wholesome fashion,

(4)



Se

(9)

Follower ot
It's

, aes enc

Arius,
A point scorer,

(5)
(3)

Crow &

to

Stre abismus Says

(7)

sage wishes me to correct



(34

Wavy is no longer suitable as an

(9)

get mixed up in

Mound that could be a barrow. (7)
From @ noun Cella used, (5)

Would test any player's 6kill, (6)
Roy's shed conceals them, (8, 5)

Solution of vesterday’s pans. -— Across:

} Nest: 5,
Ps ter, 11,
News i6,
) Radio: dl. Dude; 22
Cab Kanks; 2, Onus;
>. Elate: 6
ode: 10. Tattoo;
jot: J Rent
&) “A4rsnowsdsneuy ‘ws nod ‘ON
(ff) “Qsta48 ojuRd 8 WoI1g
9) ‘@apnaninw we jo woidn oul
(9) ‘Queutedury
aavy [euRO & PINeD
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13, Athirst;
19, Lone:

16,

as:
placed

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that

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The younger generation, (6)



BY THE

this could be done ina
sense, but that the upright posi-
tion might well be the downright
position, unless one had previous-
ly settled which end of the ege
was, in reality, the top end. An
egg between joists is no more
likely to be the right way up
than the same egg in an egg-cup
or balanced on a solid sur
The fact that it is held between
the joists in a sloping position is
an admission that the categorie;
of up and down, or top and bot-
tom. in one of which the ege will
ultimately be placed, are at pres-
ent unresolved

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Skeletonette

S I passed iwo girls, one said
4 to the other, “I like it be
cause it makes me look skinny.’
Oh, admirable honesty! Not
“slim.” you notice, but kinny.”
A shade more honesty, and the
word becomes “scraggy” that
present-day ideal of beauty to-
wards which our women move
in a t, hopeful herd, like
beasts going down to a waterhole

Narkover Fees

rFTHE present quesiton of higher

public school fees does not
touch Narkover, where the finan-
cial arrangements are left fluid

Parents pay what they can afford,
unless the Headmaster has some
hold over them There are many
anomalies. For instance, the son
of a rich man, even if he is
awarded a scholarship, pays
cording to the father’s

rather than according to tl

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that he comes to an arrangement
with the Headmaster, may pay

nothing at all in fees, while a poor
parent who, as it were, plays his

cards wrong, may have to pay a
very large sum — though mort-
gages are not frowned upon.
There is, for instance, a certain
senior master who holds mort-
gages,on the homes of four boys
Shortage of Donkey Meat

HE attention

of Agriculture
called to the
for human
Minister made
vin him fame,

of the
was
import of
consumption
a reply that should {
He said that only
a small number of donkeys was
imported for this purpose. Per-
haps mules are unobtainable

Ministry
recently
donkeys

New Bridge
morning the

ee ie
of the convex

young inventor
horse-bridge sets sail from Bex-
hill for Bombay, where he will

construct, on Malabar Hill, one of
these bridges

Interviewed ye
vealed that the

sverduy he re-
idea for the bridge

came to him when he noticed
that canges surfaced with sphog-
num roxite shrink in hot cli= }
mates He therefore substituted,
in an experiment conducted in an

overheated shed

welt-shaft spankers
the ordinary Denison-Blake jacks
and encased in tubular catpots.
Under the curve of each migot a

canges with
curved over

small bropper-feed was inserted,
to connect with the figels by a
roller tension rod with © stack

attachment



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PRINCESS Elizabeth’s October
visit to Canady will make Norman ar < |
Hartnell a busy man. Not only Welcome, Princess if
must he create exclusive design | }
for he Princes suits, dresse 1
sata, cocktail oud evening gowns. + |
but many mat-rials will 4 to »
be specially obtuinec and dy . |
Hartnell spent several hours at
Clurenee House the other after-
noon talking to the Princess about

hor Wardrobe. She is the only one

of his customers to see the closely

piarded secrets of his export col-
lection, due to be shown in Lon-
am en duly 24. Designs chosen
will have to be withdrawn froin
the collection avd veplaced during
the next fortnight.

Sage green, the colour the Prin-
e>ss fas worn recently so suecoss-
fully, is likely to figure prominent-
ly in her Canodiah wardrobe. It |

fw more flattering than the soft
pastel pinks and bluec she has
fivoured in the past.

Most of the meteérials will be

smooth, cut en slimming lines and
there will be lavish touches of the
new spot-procf, crease-proof vel-

et.

Hartnell likes to do most of hi¢
designing qui tly at his Regency
house, which stands in the News
Forest surrounded by paddocks,
woods and lake. One day he wants
to build a small Greek temple on
the island in the middic of the
lake—‘‘when I find time to design
it.”

Shaggy Dog Hats

THE Princess's hats will be de-
signed by Danish born Aage Thaa-
rup. He has lready completed a
number of his ai tumn models and
if the Princess chooses any of
these they will be withdrawn from
the collection. All the Royal hats
must be exclusive.

Thaarup is using a lot of bear-
skin felts, like the eye-catching
Trooping the Colour model. Most
of his autumn materials are long-
haired vélours, fringed velvet and
plush. “Shaggy dog models,” he
ealls them.

As they contain silk and reflect
the light, colours are stronger than
usual including all the wonderful
jewel shades in Gothic church
windows, There will be few veils,
many jewelled buckles and hat-
pins, and ostrich feathers used in
a new way, split and tailored over
the base of the hat and then veiled
with tulle.

Less Make-up

THE Princess will find
dian fashions less elaborate
ours,

When I visited Canada recently
I made these notes:

Outside Montreal few
wear hats in the daytime.

Black is not the traditional win-
ter town colour as it is in London

Cana-
than

women

Simon pulls at the bell chain and
listens. “‘ Nothing seems to be
happening," says Rupert Let me
have a go." He pulls harder until
he is swinging on the chain, bur
there is no sound of any bell. Simon
helps him back to the bridge in

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said President Truman. They
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cept by visitors.

The short evening dress is far
more popular among the smarter,



younger set than here.

Women wear ake-up, and
are more modest in their style of
8s, particularly in French Can-
In Quebec province I did not
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1951



Bulk Handling Of Sugar
Will Reduce Costs

ACCORDING

to the Producers’ Review (Queensland) bulk

handling of sugar if successfully applied in Queensland
could reduce the cost associated with the transport of sugar

in that State by between £1 m. and £2

m. a year

It is pointed out that bulk handling would eliminate bagging
machinery and processes at mills, effect a saving of £2.1 m.
on bags now costing 3s. 4d. each, cause less drag on water-

side labour and bring about

a quicker turn round of ships,

allow ships to carry 20 per cent. more sugar in their holds
and reduce deterioration losses.

Mr. A. J. Herbert, of Hawaii, one of the leading experts on
bulk handling of sugar, who visited Queensland for the

congress of the

International

Society of Sugar Cane

Technologists last year, gave it as his opinion that Queens-

land could profitably switch

Bulk handling in Hawaii has
been in operation since 1942 and
the original installation of Kahalui
now loads 6.000 tons of raw sugar
in 12 hours, independent of other
cargo loading. A similar quantity
of bagged sugar loaded at Towns-~
ville, Queensland, recently took
ten days, due to antiquated
methods of handling and a short-

age of dock labour; if sufficient
labour had been available the

loading time would probably have
been four or five days, A Hawaiian
comparison puts the amount of
sugar loaded at 1.43 short tons of
bagged sugar per man hour
against 20 short tons with bulk
handling. In 1950 the sugar re-
fineries at Crockett, California,
received 550,000 tons of sugar in
bulk from the Hawaiian Islands
which still send sugar in bags to
the eastern seaboard of the United
States.

The initial installations at
Hawaii and at Crockett cost nearly
a million dollars in 1941. Sub-
sequent additions cost a further
$280,000. To transport raw sugar
in bulk from the mills to the coast
warehouses the Kahalui_ R.R
Company placed four independent
wooden bins on flat cars. Each of
the wooden bins holds 7 short tons
The sugar is protected from
weather damage by canvas covers,
Motor trucks and trailers are
similarly fitted with two bins each
holding 5 tons, On reaching the
port the railway wagons are
weighed and the sugar is dumped
in the hoppers. Two electrically
driven winches tip the bins, It
takes eight minutes to unload 28
tons from a railway wagon and
six minutes to unload 29 tons from
a motor truck and trailer. A belt
conveyor takes the sugar from the
receiving hopper to the top. of the
bunker 58ft. high at a normal
speéd of 160 short tons an hour
Gates at the bottom of the bunkers
are opened to allow the sugar {to
be loaded into ships’ holds. Con-
veyor belts make it possible to ré~
move the old sugar first, and
ensure 2 steady flow to the ships’
holds.

as



Conveyors from the hoppers
move the sugar to a “weighto-
meter” where it is automatically

weighed. It is then carried on and
dumped on to two belts travelling
in opposite directions. The sugar

is loughed off these belts on to
movable gantries, which are
moved into position abreast of

the ship’s cargo hatches. Two gan-
tries are used on each ship and
each has two feeder belts which

carry the sugar into the holds
through a pipe at the hoppered
upper end. The raw sugar is
expelled through a 30-inch trim-

mer, which spreads it at the rate
of 200 tons an hout

Unloading at Crockett is accom-
plished by the use of marine legs
designed to travel along the sides
of the ship, raising and lowering
booms to remove the sugar. A
digging bucket elevator attached
to the booms picks up the sugar
and discharges it on the conveyor



belts which carry it to refinery.
Stee] scrapers are used to remove
from the hold any sugar which

the eleva-
methods
the air
crys-

cannot he removed by
tor. Vacuum or suction
cannot be used because
transport breaks the sugar
tal. .

There is a saving of about 30
percent. in ship’s time at Kahu-
lui since the introduction of bulk
handling.

FOR



UALITY

over to bulk handling.

There are now bulk
installations in Sweden
ada. In England Tate and Lyle
have received severa) trial ship-
ments from overseas and 55,000
tons of the United Kingdom raw
beet sugar was transported in
bulk by road and rail to the
Thames refinery. These trials are
being energetically pursued, and
it is hoped to bulk ship at least
20,000 tons of Dominican sugar to
England and to double’ the
amount of U.K. beet sugar handled
in this manner during the past
season. Longer term Thamesside
plans include the provision of
facilities at the Plaistow wharf
refinery to permit the direct dis-
charge of ships up to 5,000 tons,
The Peruvian wharf is also being
equipped for this purpose,

Some mills and ports in North
Queensland already have the
warehouse space and others have

handling
and Can-





some of the necessary conveyor
equipment for bulk handling.
Mr, Herbert believes that it is
only a matter of time before
every cane growing country in
the world will be shipping in
bulk. Engineering is the main

problem

RUSSIANS HAVE
LOW INCOMES

LAKE SUCCESS, New York,

The Soviet Union has the next
lowést income per capita of all
industrialized nations, and Poland
has the lowest, according to the
United Nations Statistical Office,
which bases its report on official
Soviet statistics.

The report shows that the
average annual income of a Soviet
citizen in 1949 was equivalent to
$308 and that of a Polish citizen,
$300. These figures compare with
$1,453 in the United States and
$773 in the United Kingdom,

The Soviet figure was based on



the 1946 population estimate of
193,000,000. However, if based on
the 1949 population of about
200,000,000 the per capita income
would be only $298, which is
tower than Poland's

The dollar value used in the

estimates is that of 1949, and the
income figures include social in-
surance, unemployment assistance,
and government general services.



No Meeting In
House

THE meeting of the House of
Assembly which was to have
taken place yesterday, was not

held for want of a quorum.
Present were Mr. E. K. Walcott,
Mr. F. C. Goddard, Mr. J. A.
Haynes, Mr. L. E, Smith, Mr. M. E.
Cox, Dr. H. G. Cummins, Mr. H. A.
Dowding and The Speaker.



Iaquiry Adjourned

FURTHER hearing in the in-
quest touching the death of 39-
year-old labourer Eusta’ + Arthur
Forde of Cleaver’s Hill, St. Joseph
was further adjourned until July
20 by a District “F” Police
Coroner yesterdiy.

Eustace Forde was found dead
near a stream in Cleaver’s Hill
St. Joseph with a revolver in his
hand about 9 a.m. on July 14.

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men in Washington will have their
ears cocked as keenly as anyone
in the world on what is said at the
Korean truce talks to-morrow.
They are the members of
America’s Congress, and in the
next few days they are going to
start voting on President Truman's
request—anqd it is a very urgent
request—for tough economic con-
trols on the home front,



And the action they take on con-
trols will be taken by Truman
and the nation as a significant
index of Congress’s mood on a
whole variety of other vital mat-
ters tied in with readiness for
war—taxes, military spending, and
aid to foreign countries among
them.

Truman and his top men watch
anxiously. For they know that
immediately after Malik’s original
peace feeler, the Senate passed
a Bill even weaker than the one
that was already in effect.

Truman had asked for two more
years of stronger controls. The
Senate gave him an eight-months’
green light—with no authority to
roll back prices. What happens
now?

The Little Fliers

MEANWHILE the Senate h
produced a report which is e>
tremely critical of the Civil Aero-
nauties Board, the Government
agency which con¢rols American
civil aviation.

It accuses the board of having
given the smaller airlines a ray
deal. It says they have not re-
ceived proper protection against
the giants and adds that there is
veiled opposition to anyone try-
ing to operate without direct Gov-
ernment aid.

And the report says bluntly that
if the board’s “constant harass-
ment” goes on, the smaller lines
will be eliminated.

Boom-Time City
THE BOOM TOWN,

associated with America’s
has come to Washington.





usually
West,

mitory” — Montgomery County,
in nearby Maryland — has had a
population jump of 95.5 per cent.





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As a result of the tremendous
influx of people and trade over the
past ten years, Washington’s ‘“dor-

to 165,000 people.

And last year house and luxury
chop building — totalled 77,600,000
dollars ( £27,678,570).

The King Regrets

THE LITTLE TOWN of Beth-
lehem, in New Hampshire, wrote
to the King and asked if he could

Sign a town charter to replace
the original one issued in 1774 and
now missing.

A reply, signed by Sir Allan

Lascelles, the King's private secre~
tary, has been received.

Majesty would
gladly help you, but regrets that
it is constitutionally impossible
for him to sign the document en-
closed with your letter

“The King directed me to in-
quire at the Public Record Office
if any information could be pro-
duced bearing on the charter given
by Governor Wentworth in 1/74,
but I am sorry to say that a search
reveals nothing relevant,”

It says His

Very Angry Men
ERIC JOHNSTON, the

Director

of Economie Stabilisation, is in
very hot water. The wool men
are up in arms because he said

the other day that synthetic wool
would soon replace the real thing

Gathering himself together in
Rapid City, South Dakota, Harry
Devereaux, president of the Ameri-
can Wool Council, fired off a tele-

gram which accuses Johnston of ,

and incorrect
has done disser-

“making a rash
statement which
vice to the industry.”

Heartbreak Steak

CONGRESSMAN Peter
a Democrat from New
determined to see for himself how
housewives feel about the high
price of steak. So for five hour
he stood behind the meat counter

Rodino,
Jersey,

in a butcher’s shop pretendin
to be an assistant
He sold only one piece of steak,
That was to a young newly wed,
who confessed that she knev/
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THE Protestant Church
Shanks Village, New York, to
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usual there. But what focuses
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of them, the Rev. Paul Kimmel,
is white, the other, just appoimted,
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showing “poodle cloth” in a score
af ‘textures for overcoats, jackets,





Suits, and dresses. jally it
comes in canine colour ond may
be shaggy dog or close curled.

Some enthusiastic manufacturers
Say it is going to make mink old-
fashioned. .

Sabotage Ruled Out

JUST WHAT can have caused
the series of 70 devastating ex-
plosions which rocked a huge
petroleum plant in Newark, New
Jersey—across the river from New
York City — and caused damage
of over $6,000,000 ?

Experts swarming over the
blackened site have ruled out
sabotage. And although there

were lots of old artillery and mor-
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€. vegetable store in a shoddy sec-J
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in Wie history of the United)

« e
thesy report, the Federal Re-
e Tard declared that, “not

n the great railroad, steel, oil,

reco, Or aluminium ¢ “ss dis-

ed the existence of greater
er in one or isation direct-
ty to affect the economic life of

» great a ceographical area o
business lives of so many people
and companies as does the record

this case.”

The Giannini banking empire
which was started at the turn of
the century with the opening of a

all bank in San Franciseo, te-

667 branches and is re-
vonsible for half of all bank loans
riade in five western States
Son Took Over

its total deposits exceed £2,000 -
000,000,

The Board charged that
‘Trans-America Corporation's con-
tecl of other banks was in viola-
tion of the Anti-Trust Act,
said that it would be necessary
the directing corporation \
solve by divesting itself of all
stock and interest in banks other}
than the Bank of America in Cali-
formia.

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has

the

andy
for

to dis-|

director of the

Corporation 1s
Lawrence Mario Giannini, 55-|
year-old of founder A. Pj
Giannini Lawrence took over}
control after the death of A.P,”2)
in 1949. |

The late A. P. Giannini was}
born of Genoese immigrants who,



son

owned a small vegetable market!
in San Francisco which he took}
over at the age of 19

he was thirty, hi

largest in the city

he retired because

real competition—I

However, he

less, and started the Bank of Italy |

Within its first ten years, the}
bank's assets had multiplied 60}
times, and it had twice moved to!

better quarters
Stole a Wagon
When 6an Francisco was hit by
the earthquake in 1906, and the
cistrict where his bank was lo-



cated began to turn, Giannini com
mandeered a wagon and two
horses and drove between flaming}

buildings to his bank
By the time the fire had reached |
his buildings he was driving aways

past drunken looters with nearly |
2,000,000 dollars in gold and se-
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viete freedom on their trix ) | ,
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vee , ‘omplaints, this man writes to
tell us how Kruschen brought
sbout a (oo transforma-
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Butier liport the Joy of hiving’:
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and Soft Currency surces fo ntil T gave uschen Salts a
arrival in Barbados before the | trial. In Zone weeee Bececnee
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A SMALL SHIPMENT OF

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; HUGH DUNDAS
qt TTERS | isihs SS (Reports to you on S-H-A-P-E) :
UNTIL mid-day on Monday I had neve: AMERICAN DRESSES
i This is the party badge heard the word infrastructure. Now, 50 hours

whieh the f ex-Nazir :
in the r so later, it is ringing in my ears.

tapel ’ ‘ der Hitler A two-page staff paper defines the word, ~-mBROAD STREET saci TEL. 3895

ed wear the wr . as cr
which has cropped up again and again dur- |=
|







THERE has been some improvement in The long, angular young man

the condition of the gutters in Bridgetown fixed his grey eyes.on mine, smiled
: 7 ms and said: “Please don't- mis-
due to the vigilance of the staff of the | understand me, Herr Delmer. But

Sanitary Department but occasionally | .:,5°° this-car of yours 9 German
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there are offending lapses. Yesterday | or? , a aa on
th : tt : asia Milk k t be asen tna Brion - ro ' a ee ing conversations I have been having over
‘ning the gutters arounc ilkmarket | : a British car. ehind tt : ad hi ele a ais : : ‘ ae | SSS
moi ni g € 8 sa 1 Sarah aie tay patente Stine Se os , “ on ait in France with high-ranking officers in Gen-
be staan ious > a yo =e a ea : % : a v to-¢ . | wae ‘ ”
and Lower Broad Street w ere tidy and | car I told him, was a pure-bred eral Eisenhower's SHAPE* headquarters. | ee °
there was a continuous “flow of water. | erman Opel. I had hired it in by SEFTON DELMER | I have read aris ' isang ALABAS iNE
: 3 = 5 alae ae ‘ | Dusseldorf. Not only did it have ave read it in the Paris papers. It is the | . a
Within two hours these were blocked and an unmistakably German number Foreign Reporter who word of the moment. For lack of infrastruc- |
there was a smell arising from some of for all to see, but a driver who had more closely than any other ture ~ausing . Atl . Palins ae : . eae
rm, p eo Sanitary | told. me with pride h« he had English writer, knew the : Phe ee Pag lesresigalbaates: « eenaed Wal apiceh, Wee Pe LES eR SerienS 2a Te
them. The weter cart of the Sanitary been a member of the Nazi Party, leading Naz's from their machine to stall. It may cause it to become |} alls, Birch, Wood ete:
Commissioners had flushed the gutters had suffered for it, and was early days to the full peak of bogged down altogether ‘
extremely anxious to meet the their power 2 . ? 4 For inside and outside use,

Infrastructure is even more important
Can be washed or painted over.

|
|
from Tudor Street about 9 o’clock but soon | young man.

after leaves, skins, small limbs of trees That dispelled all further qualms. right now than div s, or ¢ ; or planes
a ; : \ i The car was summoned. We got ca al VEenORts OF SX aay ae planes. ;
and other refuse had blocked them. in and drove off ; It means airfields, communications, har- | Ce ee
It is clear that there can be no great bours, munition dumps, all the necessities |

Thus it came about that I spent
a sunny and instructive summer
week-end ferrying from one
: : . political meetir to another the
refuse into the gutters instead of the bins most controversial figure in Europe
to-day, Otto Ernst Hhemer, 539-



improvement unless vigilance is maintain-
ed and people are punished for throwing

w t a cee y ane os + . ; .
| withou ce h divisions cannot fight, ¢ uns | sé RR aq L 99
, cannot fire, planes cannot fly.

|
And, Eisenhower is now having more |

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; A : year-old ex-major-general of the . * S
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choked by refuse but the insanitary condi- Hitler’s military bodyguard, to-day but cannot be brought into the line for lack |

e the highly active prophet of a
tions created. The pungent smell of decay- fourth Nazi Reich. :

Remer has startled the world by
: 2 starting from scrateh and, in hi
those who have to work in the surround- first try, winning 16 seats for hi
neo-Nazi “Socialist Reich Party”

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As long as hawkers are allowed to s the little West German State of Ine RY SOURS 0 ve generals and air ’
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: i = Ba sagt by : State, as did in 1930 when woul oe ae ce : ; - +e
nut shells and shopkeepers are allowed to his party aa SHE denonene would be at a time and place of the Russians %
throw refuse into the gutter, these condi- | largest in the Reichstag elections. hoosing, and so it follows that the Western &
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{is neither acceptable in policy nor available ,%
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present there are, I calculate, about 40 &
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tions will continue. The police have the The Parallel
right to deal with people who throw fruit
8 ‘. . It was the parallel between his
skins on the street and sidewalks and if career and that of Hitler which
they exercised this right it would serve to | fascinated and alarmed the world
es y “ ‘ a Hitler was a house-painter who
reinforce the efforts of the Sanitary Staff had turned soldier, Remer was a
who should maintain greater vigilance and | soldier who had turned brick-
: layer. Both had then become
not allow people to nullify the work done
early in the day.



At
Radical-Nationalist politicians ap- am
pealing to returned soldiers to
clean up the “traitor profiteers of

:
:
:
|

It is not possible for the Sanitary Com- | Germany's downfall %
missioners to maintain a staff to watch for es is not enough. Everyone knows it. R
Hitler's rise to power had begun | ‘The R

| he number could probably be doubled by AND

i the end of this year—if the airfields were

javailable, They are not. 8 O U 1.
| The main burden falls on France. So far, $

,only about 30 French military airfields have
been, or are being, brought up tothe standard $ = — rig
| necessary for modern jet warplanes. Some of ;
| them are borderline cases, ncetesti for oa % Whether ies need poms a —
| gency only. | x
Others must be modernised at once. Run- x
| ways have to be lengthened and strengthened, %
servicing facilities and barrack accommoda-| $
|tion improved, communciations and signals %
systems installed, is
Even that would not be enough. A large |
number of new airfields must be built from %
|scratch. At least 50 are needed by the end e

* you'll find the perfect paint in the

of this year; four times that number within | $

people likely to throw refuse into the gut- in the small States of Bavaria and
ters but it would be easy to institute vigil-
ance patrols. Prosecutions against offend-
ers would serve as a deterrent if the Mag-
istrates imposed adequate penalties.

It is a waste of time and money and
energy for the Sanitary Commissioners to
pay a staff to clean the streets and gutters
and to provide bins for refuse and vehicles
for its removal; and for the Publicity Com-
mittee to be publishing pamphlets about
“Beautiful Barbados” encouraging visitors
to come to the island if they are to be
offended by heaps of refuse along the street
and choked gutters which give off pungent
smells. The people who commit these
offences should be curbed or punished.

Thuringia. Remer appears to be
beginning his in the small State
of Lower Saxony.

Hitler was imprisoned for his
unsuccessful coup d'état of 1923.
Remer; after passing through 17
different Allied prisons since the
war, was recently sentenced to
four months’ imprisonment for
libelling the German Government.
(He is appealing against the
sentence).

or woodwork, inside or out... for

He had repeated at one of his
meetings a Hearst Press report
published with impunity by
Jerman newspapers that Chan-
cellor Adenauer and his colleagues
had prepared evacuation heac-

quarters in London for the event

elaborate decoration or economical
coating ... for factories or

plantations, hotels or houses,

of Soviet invasion of West
Germany

As we drove through the towns
and villages and the fat green
countryside of Schleswig I dis-



omnes
’ covered my own parallel. the next 18 months > 4 i vs
BL N D I thought back to that June day Pes : 9 International ran :
in 1982 when I had accompanied LITTLE ACTION x ange
| x

Hitler on an electioneering tour
through this very same district,
hard on the Danish border. And
I wondered: Is all this fuss about
Remer really justified?

; All these sins of omission were clearly r j i
ss y re-'9% Now
cognised months ago by the SHAPE planners, | 3 . _ auniyee ee

but so far there has been a lot of talk wi $ . ° *
obec en a lot of talk withi® insist on the best in paints.

THE opening on Friday of the Blind
Centre by His Excellency the Governor at
the Hurd Memorial School in Bridgetown
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help afflicted persons. In the past it was A Come-back? The root of the matter is partly political, |$
felt that people who were afflicted with Does his success in Lower partly financial. %
blindness had lost their usefulness but Saxony seetly mean that e sane On the political side, the successive French | #
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modern methods have proved that they can Germany, that de-Nazification im- Gover nments, based on uneasy coalitions %
regain their confidence and become useful posed by 2s Allies is now giving with Leftist emphasis, have had one eye on *
; way to re-Nazification imposed by ‘ ‘ BR i - “TE
members of any community. an incurable German. public? . Too. big? Ah! But I'm a growing boy .... defence, the other turned anxiously towards % Trade Mark
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‘ ra . ¥ azi enthusiasm of 1932. Not that o longer do Germans disclaim These have hithert “mi: i ta ‘rench ¢ $48 %
the teaching of Braille have adv anced to I expected them to line the streets the they were members of the aloof ¢ a setitioe Mae aed The F For h authorities are cheerfully and %
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Bo cies its aa e A bicie shabby grey suit. r to senc le number of mont they spent licensed” by the Allied occupiers soldiers ar : odr ‘ athe “
reach university standard in their studies. brass bands and blond children out in Allied prisons, serene SB a r COnipeste. get ae of airmen. %
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bitious but aims at helping those who have But they did not even recognise other high-up German I met faced and ascetic in his pas io Frenchman’s precious land (or his hard-|% 3
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who have been sent to the neighbouring lua Seokanaae cake sania on German generals dia ‘gl bare who 14 BA el nate et NS will jar the electorate from % Commission Department
‘ P Trini tots i sing risits . and diplomats ich they try 4 a ; alais ars 3
island of Trinidad. The local Association ans bis vis ‘ Remer {, ehova ese oe ee y {Y until five minutes after the end.” ac ov hacen % e
speaks at’. .” Anc ne time was A 4 ‘ : Nex 7 i Yr > ana -£
has now gone one step further and has filled in with chalk © was all conspiring against Hitler have — This kes him carry idealistic | of sat 0 God, in the Frenchman’s scheme | 3 4 ¥
instituted classes where blind people can Nor was the attendance at the Produced a predictable reaction conviction when he -rails against of things, come Jand and money. : DA COSTA & %
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tion should do much to focus public atten- | Prussia or Poland. > , best in National Socialist tradi-| a nufact Cc : 2
: Remer invariably reaps asu tions of service to the Germar < acturing Communist votes
tion 6n a duty which has been overlooked. ibi ie ihe “sala baa , , f : : yee ‘
tion 1 duty ich has been overlooked The Alibis ovation when in his speech, he People’s community For Communism is the only definite rally- x
: refers to the surviving ‘Traitors ing point for 4 Fu ae
USA ‘ : ‘ i _. Remer had some alibis. It was of the 20th of July” and announces Russians ‘Ready’ 1g point for people who, for one reason or | $ z
S.A. AND IMMIEIGRA TiON 5 wees wie. i was cangerons ‘One day it will be our job to put 1 TY another, are hostile to the build-up of power 8
peta, ie | or people o be seen at his these gentry before an bjec- oP . wn of Remer's | ¢..,. : ,
NEW YORK, = |_- meetings. tive tribunal and have them {s0lationist | nme to the col-| fr the Atlantic team. $
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} : oe f instant dismissal if they showed other prophets Befor . %
has held wide open the door of immigra- | signs of sympathising with his Roverse of ‘Boss’ f his par each this doctrine, efore the elections last month there was x
tion ; movement, business men = and highly att ve to Germans. some sympathy wi is nerv : sash
i ; | farmers stood in danger of having 3. The immense appeal which, Phe Russi ey say, are only * E y with this nervous balancing x
Great waves of people—the Irish and | their bank credits withdrawn after watching him duri I too 1 cept a united on the fence, but everyone hoped that, whe: x
fi ‘ : " Now in the face of all these Meetings and private conferen Germ m al > the electi . _ : . .
Cermans and Italians ¢ >oles— rec ‘ © we itll gchar ; mall ties to/the elections were over, 3 WwW ef :
te ians ind Pc les poured alibis IT might have been tempted I am certain Remer’s personality ¢!ther t or the Com-| differ ver, things would be] >
in from the Old World to mix with Amer- to dismiss this Remerism as some- Must have for vast numbers of Mmuntst bie E different. It seems that it is not to be. g 2
tints the ‘ hing whose importance has been Fresent-day Germans yarticu- Now the $43 . . %
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But abruptly all that stopped in 1924. A | would have had on my side some eA their main pre]? @ plausible excuse for stalling, the finan-
law passed then cut down the incoming “ons ee ve eee poe Se ee eee a ee of cial side has taken over. Until it is settled x
inte ¥ . aap Net nave come to respect. . a anc e pro-| who should pav for whe Re m! 4 >
millions to a theoretical trickle of 153,174 | But four things make me warn cd : oilfields against] _,_ “t ; : pay for what, the French will not
ealpaiedah you to say Mbention ta thie ih POCKET CARTOON ne menace nerican ateds” we eye fl
iy : and his party. pan ee Sa ear her ate id remilivarisa= ut because a tz at ein thank te shle |?
Only about half this number ever comes Sa by OSBERT LANCASTER eae a ne the other | ncanisati ( Seeay ie ee ae is a flexible % —
ad Pe . s "My recollecti a } i they vill p ke Russia | OFS$anisation, it is impossible for Eisenhower | % Y y, e 4 -
fay heeauee “high i a te . My recollection of the early y provoke Russi k tisenhower | & > °
oy a ' ; we ot 1 fp : } wae beginnings cf the Hitler movement immediate attack, and doom] and his staff officers to sav: “This airfield will . note. © P On These Tasty Bits = Z
Britain do not fill them, and the eager lands | under even Jess impressive condi- Ger iny to final destruction ‘ 7 -. on “ty ; Y =
such as Poland, Italy and Greece have tions. : ; be used, and therefore paid for, by the} ¢ wie Le we | “ itody Builder
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small quotas. Germany is becoming fertile Ge a Earope in shaking ities ) eo” Cheddar Cheese We ingls
Now hear Congressman Jacob Javits ground once more for a Nation- i ee Mey hind WRESTLING ... gc Cheddar Cheese a ee 3
, ‘ ; ; , alist-Radical revival which will be ere d forma neutral third The dreary story does t end w ‘ ; ed i , Blend of Milk and E °
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DL ead cae ae i irae 1 a. | Remer type even if it is not Reme: think its| fields, or with France. B gba Liknoh feels co eee Soe Meee ar eee
brilliant career has culminated on the For- | jimselt. Pre not Remez " : lav. f ; 2 ut that’s enough for] % Smoked Waddock Quick Cooking Macaroni
eign Affairs Committee of the House of | Industrial reconstruction helped oe Ok " vide the details are pathetically XY on ako 15c, per 4 Pkg.
Donrneentahves eu the - dusnentiing. oF old an dangerously, the same % Od Filleta %
Representatives. | y the di ng of old id ; > i , c ic. S N aiid r °
; | Siewark alan’ for pene ta leavers \ Livi Force c, 5 s : es ; b§ Macaroni ¥ eget 2e tn T
Boldly Javits proposes to introduce leg- | etuaintanis Riri tce pane Some of the ablest officers in the world are] % Spaghett getables in Tins %
tion to admit 10,000,000 immigrants in | pment under Marshall aid, is ee ling with spectacular energy against | § \| : ule Spat oe 3
F rf . producing a ney rosperity and " his lkie } coy 7 : ‘ 7 . Y . seet Root :
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Leg. Council Consider Gpgqndmother Not ee
Holiday With Pay Bill Gyjiz

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL at their meeting yesterday
referred back to a Select Committee a bill to make provision

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'y Of Murder Parents At Convent

FOR THE BEST IN

MATCHES

for holidays with pay for employees
The bill was read a second time on November 28 last year
and was referred to a Select Committee which reported on

Apr il 24 this year.

Select Comniittee























When the



report came up for
consideration yesterday with the
bill there was such a widespread
divergence of opinion on clause 2






















RUBY LANE of Richmond Gap, St. Michael, was discharged
by His Honour the Chief Justice, Sir Allan Collymore at the
Court of Grand Sessions yesterday when a jury found her
not guilty of murdering her daughter's female child.

Mr. E. Malone oe on behalf of Layne while Mr. W. W
Reece, K.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted for the Crown
The prosecution closed its case after calling five more wit-
nesses yesterday, bringing the total to 15.


















Prize Giving

PARENTS were asked to be patient with their children a
the Distribution of Prizes of the Preparatory School of the
Ursuline Convent yesterday. “I am quite sure” the Heai

mistress said: “that your little children’s songs have brough
happiness to you, and as much enjoyment as they have

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ee a id of the bill defining employer After the i ‘
yer, B > jury had returned +} vas sles * in nheantinges °
May Consi er employee, average pay and total their verdict His Honour thanked S‘#tement of Ruby Layne. He said themselves derived from ae —— hag
aS remuneration that the Hon. Mr. Malone for ct vase that there was some doubt about vear. Singin and especially choral singing, always
‘ > . ’ € : Mr. Malone for handling the case me 7 - Singing, & specially singing, 4 ay
"ON Se | opulation * = = eee that the for ihe defence. the ste “i t soe bates it, wa manjfest a union in contentment, gaiety and lighthearte -|
ratter should ye ironed out voluntarily obtained. je sug aa = cs Se, a al cla iis » 4}
THE HON. F. C. HUTSON yes- @vound a table but the Council When hearing resumed -ester- gested ,that the accused never ness, and teaches children to give pleasure to others by thx
terday successfully moved that table was too big. day Mabel Layne was recalled to Made a statement. This point was good use of their own gifts and powers. |
the Legislative Council send an He moved, seconded by the the witness stand. She said that overruled. In his address Mr During the past school year we
address to the Honourable the en Og D. L. Pile that the bill she had left Vere King’s house Malone, defence counsel, told hve tried to develop that creative for instance, when a child has
House ci Assembly informing the Shoule , 2&, referred back to the since she had come out of the Hos- the Jury that there were certain faculty which God has given passed into a higher class, All
House that they are of the opinion thatthe i ,Committee and pital. She said that he prevented Pane DIS which the law _ laid to each of these little children; SÂ¥llabuses and schemes of work
that in order to investigate the ! js — on. Attorney General her from coming to his house be- down and one of them is that a we have directed our efforts are carefully planned and graded |
question of over-population in an the Hon. Frank Hutson be cause people said that she was try- Sone is sera until he is proved towards this aim, and the Mis- £0 that the work in no class i |
arbados it is desirable that a @¢@eda to \hat committee, ing to lock hin “’* to be guilty. The prosecution must . ave et , “4 ) ifie for —< /
. “ ‘ 7} , nh up. 1 f Art and Needlework in teo difficult for the child who ha
joint Selec nn 2e of st} The Counci agreed 4 4 ve ir case ; t ‘The. :
Foinke c f le agence. ane mouio ene aren She had done nothing in connec- seh er ni Soon a They hool have succeeded . in been promoted. |
- 7% se siole > Sn ’ 7 ; H = 4 ‘ ( le c SO . :
be appointed with the foli ba In ir report the c ‘ tion with this case as regards to guilty beyond ee Reeonel. ae vise the enthusiasm of the Reminder

é ointed ¥ € olowing ! port the committee him > ty eyor any reasonable Sci aa . ied — . .
terms of reference: have recommended ira 24 . ‘ doubt, To bring in a verdict of lildren in| their spheres of Further, let me remind t

“To examine the question of 2™endme®@ts thet include the . oe k-year-old Vere King guilty they must have no doubt aa The PS: of these oe eee children have not

over-population in Bart nd addition of two new sections to 7. ™<' mond Gap, said that he and if there is a doubt it’s their CUOTs have been displayed and the same ability, intelligence ot

fo muke recommendations for the original bill of nine s etions. knew Mabel King for eight to nine du y to acquit the accused, It is | ask yom, She Parent to take a ee erren ree np —
dealing with this problem ; months, Ee knew her in June 1950 the duty of the prosecution to — uae =p =e Sead of fad phon A yh ape quick 70/00

_ 2. if the Honourable House is All Classes when she used to bring wa@r to show that someone was killed, YOu! ittle children by looking at tai fresh knowledge, while othe

in agreement with this proposal The committee in their report iS Place. She started to sleep at The prosecution must prove that the exhibition of Art and Needle- are sometimes very, very slow

the Council will be glad to re- state that they are in favour of his house in March 1951 it was the accused who put the work. You. will undoubtedly find Consequently, I ask you not to :

ceive at an early date its nom- “he principle of holidays with P 9 child in the pit and that the some result, no matter how too quick to condemn a meth " . ~y

ination of members to serve on Pay to ail classes of workers, but regnant accused put the child in the pit small,—of the creative power of or the efficiency of the Staff if ¢ ON SALE

the proposed Select Committee. are of the opinion that the pres- He could not say if sh ing ith an intention, — your child, and the Parent's in- little child is not making progre

Mr. Hutson said that when he ent Bill cannot be made applica- pregnant. He ; uld eae ee The particular thing in the case terest and praise wil! be the best Which you would like or whic! wy Bry , y 7

f , s¢ > ¢ > i Bite . > ‘0 1 Sz é - ae , ' ay > are 5, > >
had invited the attention of the ble to employees whose thing about pa Be ay uny- was whether the accused was the form of reward and encourage- other pupils in the same class a. E J ER? Ww HERE

~ act rer “e ov nee & i . ae ) > pers h . a

ee to the question of over- remuneration is computed on aa morning Mabel asked } » one person who put the child in the ment to the child to continue to making. A teacher with a clas:
population two weeks ago that the hourly, daily or piece-work basis can g Mabel asked him to call pit develop her gifts. of 25 pupils cannot give individua
honourable the Colonial Secretary and they are of the opinion that-"® ™ ther. Mr. Malone told the jury that | The academic work of the tuition each day to every membei eS ese
in his replies had said that he the Bill should be so amended as After he called the mother he ov @ whe Jury tne Preparatory School has been very of the cl If a child constanti, " Po
regarded it a matter of such car- to make this quite clear, went into town and came back Mabel Layne had teld lies while sat fact ry ‘in th “th ee Mon- neecs individual attent : rai .
dinal importance to the life of the Before the Council considereq !OMe about 4.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m in the witne ‘ ae i ; Mabel ari " Classe ; . as HA eannot wal . rogr ss the it thi for feather
island that the appointment of a the amendments recommended by He noticed that Mabel had made Dayna id rf it be wp ri Eioak clea are the M meee ‘| nat aed eat ie
joint committee of Hoth Houses of the Select Committee. the car teu for him. seh e sat Ma she € xDerie Preparatc \ es ISSeS, € ; istress class’ work must b or every colour—
the Legislature to examine the H. A. Cuke expressed the view During the time Mabel « enced certain sensations when The members of the three supplemenied by the parents ’
problem and to make recommen- that the only pewuls of the bin sates Borin ce a Sele the child was born and still she Houses have continued to vie with Let me assure you that eaci r
dations was suggested. would be negative in character hae a ah e ‘ ~ GaSe did not know that a child was wach other to secure the cups for member of the Preparatory Schoo It cleans, preserves—and how it

In view of that he had asked Said Mr. Cuke-- ethos neat Ea - er hearing born. There was no doubt that Study and Games, St. Stanis- Staff is fulfilling her duties mos ‘.

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leave to make his motion for the “When this bill came. for the people speaking. He did Layne was wilfully lying on the jaus’s House winning the Study conscientiously and lovingly wit polishes! Ask your retailer for Propert’s.
address to be sent to the Other first time, before the Legis} ative no ROUCE whether Mabel was stand. She described the house Cup, and Therese’s House the regard to the children entruste ;
Place in that connection. Council I’ then stated that, while ue oh er y goats ny and said she was sitting on the Sports Cup. to her, and that each one is work Nothing else is quite the same, Watch
He had _ purposely avoided { was F : see whether she was slimmer bed. Vere King was probably I â„¢ ; : with heart and s : :

A : : ¢ in agreement } = making any mention as to the ¢iple of holidz a oe the prin or fatter after June 13 trying to cover up for someone. jcen eis most popular gimes g00d of your children, Ursulint the difference it makes to your shoes!
numbers but he thought that there had for the past , : eae oye I _ After he heard people talk- Both of them—Vere King and gmong the members of the are trained to be not mere!

Ss * six ’ ors ‘a ee . . years given ing ak Mabe . abel Li » his ie —. - . ; : : wren a
Gar Pee unk cee a holidays with pay, both to my look Se Mabel he did. not Mabel Layne—had told lies, Preparatory School and we are ‘teachers’ but ‘mothers’ to tak
from that Council. ; “ Office staff and domestic em- 7 By What Mabel King said about Pleased to know that we can ex- She te ee een eee
Hon. Dr. A. S. Cato seconded, ployees, I did not agree with the — His place has a toilet and on the pit and about the child was PF Ys 1 ee nat har ane . gel Seer ae eer i
He said that although opiniong terms of the bill since it was un- Friday morning when he went 2°t true. Anyhow, Mabel Layne} Netball hs ddan UM ag cant bbe r 2s asibill es trea ea
might differ as to the methods in workable, and far from bringing there he heard a sound as of a Went on to say that her mother ext term. rae oe ility, for through wor
dealing with the problem yet they about better relations between child crying He never before told her that she had tilted the Musical Enthusiasm She vee = ie my WANS. §
were all agreed that it was an employers and workers would heard anything like that in the basin into the pit. The accused hae a ee te ont ( tine l tl a of eternal life
important one and needed to be tend to make relations more difi- pit. He went to Black Rock Sta- ©oUld not have thrown the child ' ghegh 9 will be repeals Pc —— e souls and to lead then
ackied, cult, It was my view that the bi!) ; ate nto the pit, there would have Hear that a remarkable enthusia oer
avre i . . ms ’ ali ne + tion and reported the matter. (" \ pit, a a f me . g as 12) “fore ” Site i ‘
se —— with ig st Mr. if there was to be one should be Mabel I nie was in the ; ard been bruises on the ee oo ee ee re 2 ae = ene eet
y -epar > : Me 1 ai as é : ave syOUS , ors . , f rize
pa te is an rt Ft in general terms and should le when he left and when he Could not have lowered the child ‘isplayed a ne pa ee “03 the ee Hi ap ASE HAE OF prize
Select ; Con mitte : ES Eopotnted late for only particular classes came back with Corporal Shep- into the pit a feat which the 3 o ee ae ioe sen f eres rf a oe rs
4 ee ee, hich would ; 4 ; % ayn accused was incapable of doir especially among the boarders of gramme performed by pupils of
should be authoritative without “© would be listed under a herd, Mabel was still in the #ecusec a ae 1 ‘hool. The Musical Society the Montessori ; Pr °
oul a ! eheaule . ia? ae ape ete: ae : the school. ne Musical Society tt I itessori and Preparatory Ww ll h that h if
Seri BEC oo Sa te ceed tains deg Statement Untrue entertainments which have taken School, ° Soon ave ai g er
Other Groups A TR ara es Small Soe The Crown brought as their place regularly each term and in Sacred Songs sung by a selected
ee eee , “SS abel Layne and what hich members have displayed group from the Main Sct l s
9 i‘ ° ‘ ‘As experienc . ‘ Cross examined by Mr. Malone, W-'™&s Ma : v : School wa
B dos Gulf Oil Co. ; os experience was gained King said that he has a horse Ste said about this matter was their talents, have been an in- the final item onthe programme
v x th epiaier ae wo iy Se: which he bought in February "ot true. centive to serious practice and After the distribution of prize
oT e Specified classes of em- 5 " j The accused is the ther of » fostere t gress yarents 1 rel 1s
(| 5 a aU , em 1950, On June 13 he was looking ve accused is the mother Of )ave fostered much progress } and relatives who attend
Continue Surve y noress under the scheauie, after his horse when Mabel told the girl who gave birth to the Let me now thank you, the ed the prize giving inspected an SEPTIC COUNTER
The Barbados Gulf Oil Co. is athies sroups would be added, him to call her mother, After child, There are many suspicious Parents, for the very real interes! exhibition of art and needlework Children’s accidents quickly te-
continuing routine seismographic Ms view was shared bota by returning from Mabel’s mother things about this case, There are you are taking in your children’s done by the pupils during the past spond to the s othing and healing
work which at present is taking the Acting Governor and the he went back to the horse, . times without number when progress, Many of you have year cicirisetian ‘a solais witebs
them trom St. Lucy through St Labour Commissioner, and was He keeps his horse and cart mothers will put themselves in come to me personally to discuss aoe “ye ter i bias rs 1
Andrew to Christ Church in tne ‘conformity with U.K. Legis- outside of the yard at the back of danger to protect their children. their studies and their Application eee ee oe th mab h yy ‘a ia Oe
haat lation. However. ainst the the house. What the accused did would be heir + -k. This has pl C s *acitle ; he growth of n Ka
vicinity of Oistin’s Bay, said Dr. » agains: he i to their work us as j St. Cecilia, after whom the new
. ve a > wl : rg - any or ying + 7 men 1 a“ the damaged aren, Keep a tin
W. F. Auer, the company’s Man. #4Vice of those whose experi- natural for any mother—trying me much snd I shall always wel- headquarters of the Police Band is
ager ier, the company’s Ma ence and knowledge slioukd Looked the Same to protect her daughter, The con- come you. RSA: 24 the patron aula of music handy for family use,
aS , 5 ' g a : 3 2g, ras ‘aly . 3 agers er musical fame rests on the pass
“The survey is still too much in aii on taken, the _ bill, Mabel and ‘himself never talked es eee oe. as On the other hand, I ask vou ing notice in her legend that
its infancy to be able to judge as Which is before us to-day, was = about anything on the night of ,,,Mabel Layne has hed, sald. to realize that a little eb Jd’s praised God by instrumental as weil FOR
to results sent to the Legislature, was June 13. She looked just the same The fact remains that someone propre is normally very siow, by voeal music. This has inspire SPOTS, BRUISES
Pe , : i passed by the Other Plac . e : f put this child into the pit. Every- - - ents ay -nktnape Oh a masterpiec in art the , BR "
In order to speed up the seis- ¥ er Place but = to him. eae RA MAME RA ab BY | Wok a and some parents may f Raphael at Bologne, the Rubens in Bet RASHES,
mic work, it has recently been Tedected by this Council, in At this stage Dr, Stoker was body knew that Mabel was preg- be inclined to expect too much iin, and in literature, she is commemo AS ’
. as : . : . ra ‘ t . m1 :
decided to carry on the seismic ‘he rejection of which I made recalled, Dr. Stoker said that the ["" roe cate cy ere oars of the children in too short a tated by Dryden famous ode, set oS ABRASIONS, Ete,
3 seis C rey ¢ ave r gs the . sie by Handel in 1736, and later by 2 oo
shot hole drilling work in two 4 ,Â¥ery big contribution. injection that the child was given - haeaeeetaice: it? OF purring space of time. Sir Herbert Parry in 1889 ae oe Se
shifts a Gay -vethey than abe. All the criticisms of the bill never affected his treatment, The © i a int pe i. bac By all means we must condemn GERMOLENE soothes at a touch—heals in record time.
“Rumours to the effect that Gulf “ich I then outlined are as valid child was suffering from shock As counsel for the defence he ja7iness and idleness in any child. eth a eee ih
; ; % ¥ ru’, to-day as ever. I donot retract one The injections that the child re- ™USt examine the evidence. The 14 jet us not forget that it takes CLL LALLLPPPVAAPPP PEL PPLE CPOE EE
is drilling for oil in any one of ord -of criticism which I then ceived could ave done no harm, Prosecution has to prove that the tine and much repetition of the ee ee 2 PPO OOOO ORI OES,
the above parishes are incorrect “ : reived © lave me no na an aes irs » wit > al : a r
ye oe Spun? b andl upon re- pronounced, and I am still of the A five minute examination was accused put uns ‘ hild ae ame truth rbefore it.really does |
ports from the aounies ve mervatiid opinion that those who in the past sufficient for the child and he gave with an intention of doing i penctrate inte the little one’s mind.
the snail shot hole drill which enjoyed holidays with pay will instructions for the child to be Seme ev! We must be very patient at the
is “Helpe us in conhestion ‘soit continue to do so, bill or no bill, taken to a ward. - @ On Page 7 teginning of a new school year, )
the naternic survey and that many who in the past Inspector G, Springer said 7
"7 tn feaaeteagh ce did not get holidays with pay 1) that on June 16, about 9.55 p.m., = ”
This drill will at no time pene- ot be any ation off en yi he was at Black Rock Police a 2 a | a a a a ba ‘a aS i 2 e
és a . + ret ¢ + ) e
ee oe 300 a . o sie passage of this bill, Station where Ruby Layne was in B I N S Is 7 oO N B 6
resulfing holes are used only for *‘\n yh ' iy. He charged her with the
; : } he only result that can ensue Custody, He charged her with the
the setting and exploding of dyna- so r . eo naehh a female chil
- > . from this bill will be negative Murder of a female child 7
mite charges. r silinn she wanted to sa
. ae in character. However, I. have *Sked her if she wanted to sa y w
“The Barbados Gulf Oil Co., will 2). 7 , ari ; _ ’ , ’ ‘my
nak be mena tes drill its first deep always held the view that a sec- Freee. as ica ead a VL di My, Zn) SAFE
: 7 4 rt ‘ he Ond chamber should not set it- uby Lane saic eo
oil test hole until April 1952 at the ; ay chi “t is . » I told 2 r nen ab NA
padtiestal until Ay r self up to block for all time the oe T eh a es thie Catt ee B 8 It's easy to keep Lio aD AN VISEPTIC
legislation which the people's writing, read it over to her and THEY ARE THE BEST the lavatory clean! a, eo
See ee ue ae oer bande signed it, a Shake some ‘ Harpic’ into the bowl w
& > pass SS > extre > 7 eo
I Tih C A if ae re ee u Press n - ne a ‘eae To Mr. Malone Inspector a pormeees leave overnight then flush a sl ‘ ae F
Pp ie Counc iiherties ya rien ae a ee Springer said that he was working Phat's-all, “Mo; brush ie-naeded. Oe Though a powerful and penetrating germicide, it can
her! =. a « wo acck an® on the case since the child wa | H JASON JONES & co LTD ¥ Agents ‘Harpic's thordagh. action cleats “ be used not only on the skin, in the nose, throat and
7 ds 4 since the bill has been submitted found. He was in charge of the ‘i ‘ ; : a) . I Is ak i y
ester ay to the Other Place a second time, ease and interviewed Mabel Layne | disinfects and deodorises the whol eyes, but alson taken internally,
s : ase an 2 Mabe af i ’
EEN er eee ea reer and has again been passed by a about three times. Twice at nel a a B Ki Bw a uw w a a a pan—even where no brush can reach
yesterday, Sane Se 5 _ antial ane it : my in- Hospital ae oe ene pied and leaves the air refreshed RELIEVES PAIN AND PROMOTES
The Hon. the Colonial Secretany laid tention to vote for it to-day in its went to the Hospita e saw her 3 : 4 - > I "
documents comprising the Colonial Esti- orjginal form, or with such amend- on June 16 at the Hospital and Harpic’ és safe to use in all lavatories, >) RAPID HEALING
mstes, 1951—52 and the Government of sage ‘ fs . “ould t remember the time including those connected Co septic tanks. %
Coleridge and Parry School Scheme, 1951, Ments as may be accepted by the could not remember 'S 5 ' on .
The Council passed a Reply to His administration Stat t 6 ’ = i% ON SALE AT ALL DRUG STORES
Honour the Governor's Depiity’s Message Statemen % $
egarding the Economic and Co-op . ,
tion Agreement between the Governments an Pages a et hn said , He could nbt remember if Ruby} 1S 1 1c + ns 1 CY %
of the United Kingdom and the United . . ’ . wl, Sala ft ane told C Shepherd that she THE SAFE LAVATORY CLEANSER i kh If HIS PRU STORES— ,
: ates of America. The Council that before the Bill was proceed- w ae as Coe Se +i a 1 @ i \ | ie ak DISTRIBU ORS %
to tt itanieek yi ed with, he would like to say some- “"Gpj, Julian Watts said that on oan }% 3
, Ss agreeémen , : ~ a. atls Se y
“The Council passed an address to the thing of the attitude of the rare June 16 he went to Black Rock ttt tetetetetetet tt bitte ttttttttet ttt tststt ttt ttt tt tttsttN
with the form- Committee and _ the principles ————

Other Place in connectic
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and the steps that should be taken to ’ ¢ . Inspector Springer were in the ’
‘ i : The Select Committee realized ; sie a case spec
rlieve the proble office discussing a case, Inspector Ti
~The Council began consideration of the that the Bill was something en- Springer left a aaah’ after 4 AKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
ser iin pay Bill. ‘This was referrea t?ely new to Barbados and they im. Cpl. Shepherd questioned 7)
back to the Committee concluded that it would be wise Ruby Layne who made a volun-' vi RSION FAR }
ae ae Sead pei occ capa 3h to ee Hig eee er “ tary statement which Cpl. Shep-
of a Bi o amend the stri st posal anc imi le operation Of herd read back to her. She said j
of living Bonus to Emplcerees: Act 1947 eS ‘ ip bali 1erd read back to her. one sak e
(1947-6); and a resolution for the com- the Bill to regular employees it was true and correct and he now in effect
sr acquisition of 8 parses os Tan, As ee ae oe —, e the signed it as a witness,
pert o snantry lands of OSV IRE * recommendations o 1e nterna- Later the same day Ruby Layne} Enj ‘- .
> purpose of establishing a district 4:.), ag ab +a Leeda sar ' are J “NjOy a holida n ,
rate. be a , th ee a Seip col oe was formally charged and caution-| famed "vacation-lands —- aa ake
The Council adjourned sine die. 1e se obtained copies Of eq and made a statement to In- BC f
2 those recommendations and studied gnector Sprin rer Taepector! oo time and money on the vi MEW BOE TO
them. Spr ve our | aye ts 29
Springer signed the staternent, ~ aah
- “The International Labour Con- Police Constable 397 Willis] Li VERY ROOM
: / ’ : > i > oe owes
Rosalin« M. Calls ference considered that the pur- Forte said he went to the house| ® t fares ever.
ROSALINE M. is a new schooner Cee es oe meee - are, King on June 13 a @ 60-day excursions. We offer
f : >» shi ng los » Bar. p10} sons, N= jooked into a pit the and le
name in the shipping log for Bar ties for rest, recreation and thu King’s place to get a ladder, Cpl. @ All flights by “North star”
bados. But the schooner Rosaline 4 ../.) t off-thélr facultie: g's I Skyt
vhict ‘rived here from St. °°’ ‘uqn ent, OF ear facu ues. _ Shepherd took away the child but yliners. 31” at $2.06 yd.
» a Coats eigpneyraget Sacer es _ “The International Labour je remained at the house on duty :
Lucia yesterday Ww gnpeerenae oa Conference made it quite clear abel Layne was taken to the $2.25
Barbados, She was here quite what is meant by regular em- General Hospital by a police van. | ” 99 Dhed 4
Often perere 6 ne ae a. . Ployees. In sub section one of police Constable 182 Jones said » “$4.09 5,
The Leander J. was bought over section one of their recommen- on June 16 he went to Vere King’ ” ’ ?
by Captain Neville McLawrence dations, the Conference recom- )lace in Richmond Gap and wa stats %
— Se eae ae b mended among other things that handed a basin and a bleck dress
bigger and is now on tie run be- the continuity of service re- At this stage Mr. W. W. Reese
tween St. Lucia and Parbas quired in order to become en- asked His Honour to amend thé 50” 52
again under the name Rosaline M. to a holiday, should- not gate of the charge from June 13 5 » S652 2
She was renamed after the skip- be affected by interruptions t4 Junc 16 Mr. Melone raised no I ei
“ _ sai ote iG di Gooemonen oy ane or an objection. fet ist) Bae ca
ne osaline Mi. iS a ot onner dent, amily ove s, military ee
The Leander J. was not quite 30 service, the exercise of civic Pleads Guilty » 9, 98.65",
™ + : ‘ _ anag . : tion, see
tons. The Rosaline M. has brought rights,- changes in the manage- Nae ee J6, eno o .. Ltd §
for Barbados fruit—mangoes most- ment of the undertaking i: Mr. G. B. Griffith, next witnes McGregor St., Bridgetown ” » ® ”
} + tawod } + VLC P ”
ly—and copra Her ents are which the employed person is called, said that while acting a 4 ae.
the Schooner Owner ociation ployed, or intermittent in- Police Ma istrate of District “A’ Phone—4516 ” » $3.62 5,
Vv intar unemple ent if tt Ruby “Layne appeared before hin
ee duration of the nployment charged v murder. After every- TRANS - CANADA em f
ar tre aoa tok once eribed thit ncladed Ruby’ Layo cm ffir [nes
IDA li nd if the € mn d I am iil { the International e
3 se : cerned, resumes employment Mabel L e was one ie Trans-Atiantic 1 1 Qn
GOVERN a i ‘ tne i he heary Transcontinental j i T
boat Ida was Prescribed Period ( 3 a J oe d na d ‘ }UR INSPECTION
eneral repa c # tiny + of J ¥
€ “i to be off do i ri at Inte | { © eT 1" .
et
will be doing extra wv f 1 ene —
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For Births, Marriage or Engagement
@ennouncements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.00 for any number of words



up to 80 and 6 cents per word for each Minimum charge week 72 cents and
additional wo'd. Terms cash. Phone 2508] 9% ‘cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
between 8.30 und 4 p.m., 3113 for Death; “97s 3 cents @ word week—4 cenis o

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The charge for announcements of
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e-wv UL ween-days“ana $1.80 on Sundays
for any number of words up to 50, and} CAR—Austin 7, good tyre Phone
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4 cents per word on Sundays for cach 18.751
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. Autographs etc., at Gorringes Antique
General Certificate and working to Open | & “ *
Scholarship standard. It has a Sixth Shop, adjoining Royal Yacht Club.







Form of 100 and is represented on the 3,9 ;00—-8,6-%
HMC as an Overseas School . ; "HP >
APPLICATIONS together with TWO SEE CDENT TOOTHE ARTE

Start saving your Amm-i-dent Tooth
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and A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE stating | â„¢4Y be the winner of one of the follow-
fitness for service in a tropical climate, | !"8:— 1st Prize 350.00, 2nd Prize $15.00,
should be sent by airmail to J. C HAM- | 39 Prize $5.00. 1.7.51-—-288
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| PUBLIC SALES | FOR RENT PUBLIC NOTICES

cr nee etenee
. Ten cents per agate line on week-days



Minimum charge week 72 eente and |
6 cents Sundays 24 words — ows M4}













i a and 12 cents per agate line un Sundays,
REAL ESTATE } wae en by | & word week—4 cents O! nininum charge $1.30 on weekdays
ndays. ond $1.80 on Sundays
(E VALE, » cotiage in Hastings om : OTICE |
=e HOUSES areas
fitineas © Tommoetien ae tt seat |
151 77 Shade PARADISE BEACH CLUB |
- . NOTICE TO MEMBERS |
HOUSE SPOTS—At Amity Luage BPIGHTY CoD Lawrences Gap. T) accordance? with Ruts %4 the Chub |
Water light: Roads being cénstru n@ period F ished or unfurnie “an bu closed to members on Saturday
Ru vice at entrance. Apply to Nor. i.opection bY appointment only | #8 July, from 3 pom ik
n Alleyne, “Fairway Worthing 12 7 Bian. | Ve Btestin
Phone 8164 14.7. 5i-—sn | - i. eames
—— | INGRID: Hood Road, Navy Gardens! MOTICE
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ite i & room, dining room pantry, kitehtn, SFALED TENDERS
c . RB 2 LAS will } ~elve
t ite, 10 j “th ena << warage and out house, by the undersigaed up to the ath -
wt servants’ room. Furnished 6° un-: Avgust 198? for the remova :
ws ; emoval f th
oe Secs ot mimainenitettele costes anished Apply to Messrs Yearwooa | « roof and the craction ia . ads ane
suiMiings at Wildey Plantation Boyce Dial 4993 or Dr. EF. $8 i. Glendale, St. Thomas. Tend \ I
St. Michael. ¢ miles from tostiah. Dini 5172. Vaeant from ist] » ¥ ders for] ARY

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CAR, V-8 Ford 1934 in good order, DWPLLING HOUSE—Two-rtorey wall} visit client at Gisndale
HOLIDAY RESORTS—Grenada—isle of | tyres. Apply: Ammont Minds. Peoseeee | building With paraper nooks very One] FROM AUGUST 1ST ie Mmspection and further particulars | Lapy
Spices. SANTA MARIA—loveliest hotel| <: James or Dial 2175 7.51—1n | View is obtained of the harbour at | SULVER W F " eer
3 7 b Aye Mag eam ‘ n€ harbour and th th ATERS-Silver Sands, draw- | w
in Caribbean. Rates from $7.00 per head | | parishes of St Thomas and St. George @ and dining rooms 4 bedrooms with | § F , GOODING,
ber day. GRAND HOTEL—in best resi-| Can —1949 Dodge Sedan Fluid Drive FACTORY BUILDING. 100 it 40 ft nning water, garage and servant rooms. | trong Hope Plantation
dential distriet under Government House | nari: Blue, in excellent condition § Suitable for u 8 Warehouse « al 4462 or 8711. Ask for Mr. Joh Chureh Warden
hill. Rates from $5.00 per head per day. FORT KOYAL GARAGE ITD bond Fe lia, a eh 1S TS ay |
SEASIDE INN—On Grand Anse Bathing Telephone 454. — 14.7.51--6n IF. DOUBLE GARAGE, puilt ar! ceetetescighiiae teat earcettisay ae eet ee ecient _
Beach. Rates from $4.00 per head per tas tone. roofed with Ra “diron. | ROOMS=H Coot Rooms with running | NOTICE
day. Enquiries to D.“M. Slinger, Grenada. VAN--A Twelve Horse Power Bedford | TWO-STOREY W ING, useu] ater, 10 minutes walk to city or clubs. | Re Estate of
aa aan 7 first c.ass condition. Pr.ced to | ®3 Storehouse and g vith or without meals. Dial 3356 | CHARLES AUGUSTL S HARMON
eeneeans z page Te ed | Pply; Courtesy Garage or Dial Lad K PENS. For 17.7.81—t j BRANCH (Dece
<> BARRISONIAN SOCSTY gill i7.7.51—in culars apply to the Manage: = Is HEREBY G-VEN that all
e Annual Dinner wi Pred at | pm 18.7. 51 THE CAMP--On the Sea, S y ' : ‘
Marine Hotel on Saturday July 28th Pick-up Morris 8 in good working | amen ai Saimaineioti S 4 ‘ully Turnished Dial asst, ee jt Estate of. Guites Adowie oe
at 8 p.m. lorder wiin almost new body. Appiy | THE ROSARY" St. George (near St. 147 51.— | Branch, deceased, late of We: oy
. Sl.—t fn, » late of Westbury Road
Members attending are requested to| Stoute’s Drug Store or Marshall & | George’s Rectory) — 5 miles from town— a the Ps f Sain iohe ‘i
Parish of Saint Michael, in this
notify the Secretary by July 25th. Edwara’s Garage, Roebuck Street, | 0" a bus route 3 bedrooms, drawing- BARBADOS TURF CLUB Island who died in this island on the
Subscription .............. es 85.00 | shore it can be seen. Phone 2549 or | "Om, eri ao and breakfast ¢oom, FOR RENT | '@th day of June 1951, are requested to
S. O'C. GITTENS. 453, 22.6.51—t.f.n, | Verandah on South Side, Company's One (1) 5 ft. Booth Space for Summer d in particulars of their claims duh ‘
Hon. Secretary, —— CO er, Telephone and electric light ‘ecting, 1951, at $4.00 per runnin foot | tested to the undersigned Martin Fitz-
. =
Harrison College. ELECTRICAL ; about %4 acres of grounds surrounded by spply to: ssrald Thorne of Richmond Gap, St
: 17.7.51—3n. oe Sane wea pet Ke cs Oa te oi Ga LEWIs, enact cee or eon the Sist day of Ss
—— PHILCO REFRIGERATOR: rr eee! won = 1 Oe jarage or Secretary. " gus 1, after which date 1 ghai|S Ps
PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY | ft. Pui width freezing chamber. Brand ayaa cea nea ee Serr £5,7,61-—Sn, ireencd een oe ~ oo énthiak 49
new unit, Reconditioned throughout, Tan peaks . | hhaknonen ~ "5 : ee - 3.5.
ath nerd BARBADOS E sel ieee de inasereen ate werd. Gheent tainsPection on application to the care« REMOVAL NOTICE ene of E. peuard, only ; ta such ss
ortant mecting of the Society at the} Side. Apply H. L, Smith, Sandford, | “wij p or sale etlor re : fake ieee :
PMC A. on Waddaeday, July. 1eth. at| St. Philip. 7.7.51—t-£.0. | our "Ditoey ot Striney. ony Fas aes a Me are Hist te miotity: cur Customers | Tere AAG ©. wal not -be Mable for ths ve
eee KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR? Gu )2Pâ„¢ + a Lome Me Paniitere Meee, | eoay Batenn of Whore Gait ot elatnt oo:
HW. A. MAPP, ; GERATOR— u - LING a . re-open our Furniture Business at the ee yhose debt or claim
Hoi Bonebiatx Ft. Dial 95-239. CARRINGTON & i i Corner of Middle and Victoria Streets \i shall not then have had notice
Seen iek 14751.-tin “TE \} where we have served ou so efficiently an all persons indebted to the said
hae =" slliaticaeal dy co ae ND : in the past. We thank you for your ate are requested to settle t*otr
SECOND HAND PEFRiIGERATORS, in AUCTI pust Support and solicit your continual Werdtedness without delay,
EDUCATIONAI nines pay coniition, one “Frigidaire” Al ON patronage, So for Purniture try Susie “ie ath 7 ae soe Ss
4 a an one “Princess” Also some new | —————____..._.. hnintintnsitlintncenctatai jainhec executor oF the Estate ©
“Frigidaire” refrigerators still in stock MIDDLE STREET FURNITURE Depot, | Charles Agustus Harmon Brar4, | §
at our new Showroom, Lower Broad UNDER THE SILVER 18.7. 51---2 consed. 4751-40 1
WANTED ' Street, cash or terms. K. R. Hunte &/} ea St ean
2 . oh?» Co., Ltd. 17.7.#-—mn; | NOTICE (S HEREBY GIVEN that it is
HARRISON COLLEGE, BARBADOS, Sl lara ns HAMMER he intention of the Conimissioners of NOTICE
eS } LIVESTOCK iighWays of the Parish of St. Philip of | ,APplications are invited for the post of
ee eee If possible in JANUARY “ £0s8 “ar . this Island to cause to be introduced | “stant Nurse at St. Lucy's Almsnouse
; - Ae | a -MORROW THI RSD AY wT nto the Legislature of this Island a Bill | “$4 S#lary of $60.00 per month. Uniforms
A_ GRADUATE to teach PHYSICS up PUPPIES—5 Cocker Spaniel Puppies} Sale of the House Appointments of authorising the said Commissioners to etc., and quarters provided, Applicants
to OPEN SCHOLARSHIP STANDARD. {Red and White) Pedigree Stock, Phone | Mrs. Florence Alleyne at the Rosars ta) Increase the — sé sof the | ust be full certificated midwives and
SALARY: This will be on the Special | 3304 147 51:~Â¥in. | St. George. Both antique and modern! Inspecto: and Assistant Inspecto f| Seneral nurses
oon oe aor rising ee sie ee — _ nw eon | Furniture and a Hillman Motor Car in| mighways of the said Pariah 16 atin The successful candidate must com-
ents o 30 to a maximum o! . In LIVESTOCK—One Mule and one miich | g00d condition not exceeding Sate na 1th ae vence duties on the 26th, A s
7 2 oxce $200.00 and $175.00 ; uh. August, 1951
See daeatmu om fae gz -AODS Wis Pn Bho | sgdhsepetgt agg" NTH | Scan il eset by ne v>| ROYAL NETHERLANDS
ethene eC eens 2856. 18.7.51—2n BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. (b) Increase the travelling allowances | '? Saturday Ste ks
E aan of said Inspector and Assistant Ingpector . a
eon as eae against POULTRY Auctioneers to sums not exceeding $10.00 and 0.00 | Clerk, Poor Law Guardian,
no passage money is available for icave,| ——————— ——————“— __ 18.7.51—In. | per month respectively St. Lucy.
or, teturn. PIGEONS—Runts, From imported and =o i a tas et eae ; ae ine te ee to. have effect as 14.7.51--60. | tS MAAS—12th July 1951.
e post is pensionable under the Bar-| CUP Winning strain. al 4361 or 35, | ‘ 5. , > owes, ine sd en See ee oe neat eae
bacos Teachers’ Pension Act. No. contri- G. L, W, Clarke, 167 51—sy) Under The Diamund Hammer Dated -thip 16th, day of July, 4900. } NOTICE M
tutions are payable, bu he minimum eae dadnaneeenirartie A 5) : nae © ae | PARISH OF ST. LUCY
qualifying period is ten years, Service at MISCELLANEOUS | By instructions from Mrs, Worrell I) soiicit hae ee Se oe fe APPLICATIONS for one or more
Harrison College is counted as qualifying oue — will sell her entire lot of houschold| “Highways for the Paris of et Pollin’ |) cent Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at | ys
under the English Teachers’ Superannu- ANTIQUES — Of every description.| frniture ai her residence Bank Hail 2 ' P 18.7 51- ite e Parry School will be received by 5 ’
ation Act. . Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver |X Road opposite the Roxy Theatre on rs Jie not later than Saturday 1th August | SATLING
thar Bahool Of bed" raking ine 3 cratp Water-colours. Early books, Maps,| Thursday next the 19th July, 1951 at 1951. Candidates must be sons — of



1 ofelock, The sale includes One







Piano, Mahog. sitting, arm and morris 1

chairs, Mahog, Couch, Rockers, hardwood J “nad not more than. twelve years of
bentwood and folding chairs, Mahog Sealed Tei-ders, (marked on the en- | %8¢. Forms of applications must be
Waggon and tables, larder, hatstands,} Velope, ‘Tender for Loan) will be re-|cutained from the Parochial Treasurer Ms
radio iven bedstead, Mahogan ceived at my office up to Saturday, the | « office days. A Baptismal Certificate | wg
dressing table, night chair, was 28th July, 1951, for the loan of £800 to! must accompany each application

Kitchen tables and presses, glass and] the Parish of St. Joseph, at a rate of |

Candidates must present themselves to
Interest not exceeding 4% per annum, to! the Headmaster for. examination on
be repaid in three equal instalments of | Thursday, 9th August 1651, at 10 o'clock
£100 each, commencing in the month of | +
October, 1952 |
A. T KING,
Clerk , St Joseph Vestry

| Grandmother Not fiolidays With Pay
Guilty Of Murder @ From Page 5

china ware, kitchen utensils and many
other items too nume€rous to mention,
Terms Cash
D'ARCY A, SCOTT,
Auctioneer
13.7.51—5n

LOST & FOUND

LOST

SWEEFPSTAKE TICKET—Series $S.0070.
Finder please return saine to Joseph
Atherley. Parks Road, St. Joseph

18.7.51—1n

OSWALD I DEANE
Vestry ¢ rk, §















that in employment in which work
From P K is not carried on _ regularly
Even 9, the samme: ut the throughout the year, the conditions
+: : OEP pe Pp 2 of continuity of employment
child into the pit she did so to i
saa oi sHitd’e 14 Dil should be regarded as satisfied by
Freserve the child’s life when she
lowered it in that pit. The post ‘e working of a preseribed num-
mortem examination showed that ber of days during the prescribed
the cord was cut. period







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MARY JUNE EDWARDS 17.7.51-—2n, | Certificate No, A-3516 in respect of two
WAPLE BRATHWAITE ae! a steer i shares numbered 2849 and 2850 “J” series
PEGGY ELLEN ANDREWS LS— Electrodes}! the name of the Estate of Edit)
JUDITH DEANNA MARSHALL tei Sou os, a heard ive hie boone, Warner has been lost or misiaid and
ELSA GWEN BURNETTE i } cannot now be found.









teel and flux for Acetylene welding
JUNE ROSEMARY MARVILLE £ Reams al-
JANET ROBERTA MOORE eae Mut Rrcetn Phona’2606.” | the above Certificate be received by thet was the first
MAUD EVANGELINE WEST 7 ' 10.7.61--t.£n, | Seeretary of the Association on or before |
BETTY EMELETA GIBBONS " Friday 20th July 1951, a new Certificate
MARGARET BOYCE — 5

t
: ae a aie eee will be issued to the persons entitled to
VEPA JUANITA HURLEY WANTED the shares

Parents or Guerdians of the above will Dated this Third day of July 1951,
be interviewed on Saturday 2ist July at Minimum charge week 72 cents and} J.F. AGARD,

9.30 a.m., and those who have applied 93 24) Secretary,
elas 1 od cents Sundays 24 w0rds over 24 re

at ee aor eee oom ki words 3 cents a word week—4 cents aj 4.7.51—4n

Forms to be signe 7.3~—-In | word on Sundays. | —_—— -——— $$$ $$



ae HELP Boy Drowned
PERSONAL a SENIOR OVERSEER at Old Bury | Ee





Suffered From Shock

A mass of eviaence had been

The public is hereby notified that un'ess| given by witnesse~, Sister Hackett

: person to see this
child which was suffering from

| shock. It was necessary that the

child be given injections. When
the child arrived at the General
Hospital it was given a five minute
examination, During the time a
the Hospital the child did not get
ihe attention it should have re-
ceived If the child perished a
result of not getting proper care

j
Factory. Must have previous experience,| SEVENTEEN - YEAR - OL D|st the Hospital. the accused could



Apply in person to FR. L. Ward, Olu Bury | Ishmael Husbands of St. Martin,
t

The public are hereby warned against | pactory Philip, 17.7.51—8n

riving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name, as I do not hold D LEASEHOLDS LTD. a.m. yesterday while bathing at

myself responsible for anyone contract- “A vacanq? exists for a Relief Mess} Foul Bay with friends.
ca rie Ege os ao eee tha Manageress, Previous exptrience in
unless by a written order signe: y me ior restaurants or hotels or oe : :
HAROLD E. WILLIAMS, Seliat’ enpirtence is desirable. Appli-|S!. Philip fished out his body
St. Matthias Gap, | cations should be submitted in writing | which was taken to the St. Philip
Christ Church. | giving details of previous experience | Mortuary where a post mortem
17.7,51—2n and enclosing copies of testimonials and . oe Bs Sect at are
a recent passport size photograph, ana|€Xamination was pc rformed by

DOSS SSSSSSSSSSSISIS SSN, | should be addressed to Messrs, Da Costa) Dr. C. L. Hutson.

& Co, Ltd, P.O. Box 103, Bridgetown.”| An inquiry has been fixed for

MOTORISTS . 18-7-51—6n | today at 10° a.m.
ATTENTION! MISCELLANEOUS

Reginald Applewhaite — Motor

Mechanic — Can now be found at EXPERIENCED MALE Steno-Typist | H U
his workshop in Lakes Folly. seeks position. Speaks and Writes | ARBO R LOG




















Dial 5062, 8,11.51—4n Spanish well. Has some Sa npeeTine. ant
other clerical work, Reasonable salary | ‘
¢i*% | acceptable. Dial 3720. 18.7.51—5n. | In Carlisle Bay



Coo fern reine
i ELECTRIC READING LAMP swith | Sch. Lady Noeleen, Sch, Rosaline M.,
’ focussing attachment. Dial 2543. |M.V. Sedgefield, Sch. Freedom Fleary
0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH 18.7.51—2n. | Sch, Emanuel ©, Gordon. Sch. Amber-
| Jack Mac., Sch. Sunshine R.; Auxiliary

| Sch. Antares, Seh. Marea Henrietta
ee | Sch. Mary E, Caroline, Sch. Blue Nose

$ Mac., Sch. Anita H., Sch. Gardenia W.,
WHITAKER’S ALMANACK |Kch.'D'Ortae, Seh. Franklyn D.R.. Sch
‘ 1951 | Emeline, Sch. Philip H. Davidson, Sch
at Laudalpha, Sch. Rainbow M
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JOHNSON’S STATIONERY Don’t let morning and night cough- Sch, Lady Noeleen, 41 tons net, Capt
— iy SiAcks og tempeh agr hae | Noel, from Dominica

AB! jeep and ene Sch. Rosali M., 30 tons net, Capt

wien ga without MENDACO. This great \'Mc Lawrence, from’ St. Lucia, a

OPENING NOW internal ma crit oe oe sil Sch. Amberjack Mac, 41 tons net, Capt.
plood, | MecLawrence, from Martinique

tubes and lungs. Btasts helping mature | sch, Franklyn D.R., 82 tons net, Capt

asian te ial tees sa mnesllh tay Site oS ct | Sealy, from British Gatana. :

Bows, hg ‘ine and S.S. Alcoa Partner, 931 tons net,

Bi nonnooonenencnnoeenenqneneeneed! te Mesh Get MENDACO | Capt Pembroke, trot New Orleans via

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Seen o money beak guaranteed. ss Hana, 5,144 tons net, Capt. Her-

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The next I.P.S. Short- "| Seh ances W. Smith, 74 tons net,
hand Exam takes place at | Capt. Hassell, for British G a
fl Sth. Mary M. Lewis, 69 tops net, Capt
Combermere School on Sat And You'll Feel Young—Look Young = Marshall, for British Guiana

urday, 28th July. Nothing ages man or woman more
The next Typewriting than aches caused through bad kidney

tion, Thi k ffer fro i
Exam takes place on Sat- Getting Up. Nights, urning, stohing fr Touch With Barbados









; , Passages, Nerves, Dizziness, Rheu-
urday, 1st September matism, Backache, Leg Pains, Circles Coast Station
Cc. B. ROCK, F.1.P.S., under Byes; Swollen nkles, Loss of |
i i Appetite, Energy, etc., because kid- 5 ‘ Sata awe o
Pitman Representatives Hh! neya which should Miter blood fail to | anor thes, can vanes ears ania wine
18.7.51.—2n. throw off acids and poisons, now creep- | following ships through their Barbado

ing to joints and muscles. In 24 hours

Cystex kills kidney germs, strength- | C29*t Statior









ens kidney® and expels acids and poi- $8.8. Alcoa R xmer, Prospector Tista,
sons, Get Cystex from ar7 Chemist on | Rincon Hills, Condor, Aj
Guarantee to put you rf¢ht or money Loide Peru, Brazil, Giuba, Dolores, Fort
back, Act Now! In 24 hours you will | Townshend, Republica De Venezuela,
CLOSING feel better and be completely well in S. Paula, Uruguay, Antonitto, Usodi-
one yeek. mare, Del Norte, Rodos, S. Soria. Trin-
ée stex The Guar- | ity, Rangitane, Bonito, Grey Count
=a antee pro- Bunavis, Southern Districts Oranqjestod
For Kidneys, Rheumativm, Bladder tects you. Sculptor, Orion Macor?} Peareol,
2 Drtigor.. Hecuba, The Cabins, Gerons
WE beg to inform our Cus- Canadian Constructor and SS, Nikos.
tomers and the general public D VE. E |
ADVERTIS
that our DRUG STORE will
%,

§ be closed from the 28rd of “ADVOCA TE | REAL ESTATE AGEN Ts

% July and will Re-open on the

= ith of August, perme



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THE

murder.

not be guilty, If they had an)

St. Joseph was drowned about 9.15 (doubt on any of the points they

miust return a verdict in favour of
the accused. The prosecution had

Albert Mason of River Tenantry, | failed to prove satisfactorily thei

case, “Do not allow your natural
feeling of vengeance to vent it-
self on the accused,” he said.

Mr, W. W. Reece started to ad-
dr the jury for the prosecution
at 3.40 p.m. He told them that al!
of them should consider the facts
of the case, In that Court they
were supreme. On questions of
fact they were supreme. They were
to judge whether the accused per-
son was guilty or not. This wa
a case Which the prosecution wa
alleging that the accused mur-
dered a child who had no chance
on tnis earth. The facts were ap-~
palling and terrible. They should
look at all the evidence of the
case. If the child was already in
the pit when Vere King called
the girl’s mother; then it was up
to them to decide, They were en-
titled to draw inferences, The
Corporal had described to them
how he saw the pit and how he
got the child from the pit.

Lowered into Pit

A child found at the bottom of
a pit could have been lowered
down in a bucket or by a hoe.
The thing was that the child was
actually in the pit. That was a



Sch. United Pilgrim $., 47 tons net,| deliberate and cruel act in which

any jury would imply that ther:
was malice.

They heard the three points of
the defence counsel. The real
thing in that case was who put
the child in the pit.

In that matter the Police had
a duty to perform and after the
accused told Cpl. Shepherd that
she had thrown the child in the
pit, the Police could not have
dene anything else but arrest her
In that case it was who put the
child in the pit and that person
was guilty of murder. On. the



oa Puritan,| ¢vidence it was the accused whc

put the child in the pit. It war a
matter for them to decide.

His Honcur the Chief Justice
then summed up. The Jury de-
liberated for ten minutes and
returned a verdict of not guilty of

A.F.S., F.V.A,

$ HUTSON’S aie as estat oa | J ohn M ° Bladon & Co.



Plantations Building.

He said that the Select Com-
mittee had, in their study of the
details of the Bill,, kept in mind,
the fact that regular employment
meant continuous employment and
had therefore adopted the Inter-
national Labour Conference’s re-
commendation of having a pre
scribed number of working days in
a prescribed period in order to
satisfy the conditions of continuity
of employment.

The International Labour Con-
ference realized that it would take
a longer time for the principle of
holidays with pay to become
workable in the case of agricul-
tural undertakings than in the
case of industrial and commercial
undertakings.

At the 34th Session of the
International Labour Organisation
hela in June this year, it had been
desided to put on the agenda for
next year’s conference: “a pro-
posed convention and recommen-



dation on holidays with pay in the] ¢

case of agricultural workers.”
Agricultural Workers

The International Labour Con-
ference were not clear in their
own minds what was the best
way to deal with holidays with
pay for agricultural workers.

“While the Select Committee
are in favour of holiday with pay
for all classes of workers, they
fee] that in the case of workers not
in regular employment, it is diffi-
cult to put that recommendation
into practice.”

He suggested to honourable
members thet if they found any
of the Com.nittee’s amendments
unacceptable, they should adopt
the recommendations of the Inter-
national Labour Conference to
tit loeal conditions rather than
depart in principle from the re-
commendations,

The Committec themselves,
since tne presentations of their
report, realized that some of their
amendments could be improved
‘pon.

After some doubt was expressed
as to the definition given i: clause
2, the Council ii the motion of the
Hon. Mr. Evelyn, referred the
metter back to the origirel Select
Committee with the addition of
the Hon. the Attorney General and}
ihe Hon, F. C. Hutson,





Launch Arrives

ANOTHER passenger launch
will be pressed into service within
« few weeks. The launch un-
named as yet—arrived here over
ine week-end by the Saguenay
Terminal’s freighter Sunavis from







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Snappers py ‘inst
Defeat In 2 Years



NAPPERS suffered ‘their first set-back yesterday after
noon at the Aquatic Club when Swordfish beat them two
goals to one. Snappers have played unbeaten in this com-
petition for two years: ‘Their last defeat was in July 1949

The result was the same
the odd goal in three

Sea Scouts beat them.
,ea Scouts won by

when 2nd
as yesterday's, &





Herbert Portillo scored both goals for Swordfish and Ken

Ince sent in the lone goal for Snappers.

In the second game, Whippe- ‘funie (Capt.) R Redman, D
rays defeated Police four goals te O'Neal. GC W L. Spence and D
ne Lisle Spence and David Weatherhead.

Booch Weatherhead scored two This afternoon's, fixture 38 Star-
each for Whipporays. Police got fish vs. cee Nymphs Referee: Mr.

Gir goal late in the second half. P. Fos
ul. Franklyn was the scorer. paenirrnenetenere a oe

Ove two hundred water polo
fans were kept on their toes from Inter- Bindon



















ng to end of the exciting
; r S ppers c | 30th ‘ 2a
Sone ted talturont ane Compelition At
n the water .
$ Combermere
It was a terrific struggie as earch
side by careful and close marking The Competition for the Inter-
kept off all attacks. When the game Piatoon Drill Cup ‘of the No. 3
was nine minutes old however, Compuny (Combetmere Cadets)
Swordfish on one of their many ‘ook place yesterday afternoon at
att broke through the Snap- Combermere School. No. 3 Platoon
pers f Nesta Portillo got the under the command of Cadet 2nd
ball brother Herbert who Lieut. by Richards won with a
a forcing shot. Half gran tal cf 371 points out of a
e found Snappers ooking for pogs ible "450. No. 1 Platoon vvitr
e equalis Cedet, 2nd Lieut. K. Reece . in
\ “ charge w second with 332 points,
Lqualiser ind No, 2 Platoon with Cadet, 2nd
Lieut. C. Clarke commanding, was
cam iorily after t having gained 318 points.
i Sna in an all After the competition Cpt
( offensive got the ball insi¢ D. R. Perkins invited the Staff
their oy} nts rea. Bannister Officers to chat with the cadets
nappe d 1 it high bout the Competition and Major
th nee. I jumped Warven asked Major Foster, his
t out of the water and prececess in office, to present
t! e ball into the net the Cup which had been donated
sh 1, Snappers | by previous members of No. 3
ige Swordfish began Company who were now Officers





























pace of the 1e and of the local Forces
iO who i a
] game throug hout was eet
unfortun: in not scorin On ny r
several occasions his shot sraped leachers XL
the top left hand corner of the "
woal. One of these concedes a Defeat Army
cornet! vhen goalkeeper Taylor
shed the ’ over the bar A Barbados Regiment XI
thing resulled and Snappers Opposed a team of past and pres-
f the ball upfield. Browne on ent students of Erdiston Training
the wing receiyed a pass. Hia College at the Erdiston Ground
opponent had left him momen- in a two-day cricket fixture end-
tarily and he was un-marked, It ing last Saturday The Teachers
was a golden opportunity, hut the Won.
ball eannoned into the right up- The Regiment batted for most
right. of the day and seored 74.. The
Teachers then went in and by
Y close of play on the first day they
Second Goal had iar 86 for 8. Resuming
Awavatiah got the nomdgonk (on Saturday the Teachers took
wordtisn got their s€concd goa’ their overnight total to 90 for all.
after four minutes of play — the The Army again took the
second half Herbert Portillo wicket but due to the accurate
again cored from about — SIX bowling of Cuffley and Norgrove
yards outside the goal Sten This they were all back in the pavilion
sent the crowd on the bridge fran- for a total score of 65. The Teach-
uuc, made Swordfish more aggres~ are jin their turn at the wicket
sive and Snappers on yet scored 50 for 9
another all out attempt to equal- Satting for Teachers Norgrove
ise, But Swordfish held firm top Albert Weatherhead in goal for grove and Cuffley shared the
Swordfish was always in position Howling honours for their team.
and Geoffrey Fostex kept the Recruit John Clarke, a speedster,
mighty Bannister well under con- wreaked havoc among the Teach-
trol. Gerald Jordan too — for ers in both innings and 2/Lt
Swordfish was marking Ince © larke collected 27 not out for the
extremely well and Maurice Fitz- Regiment in the first innings
Gerald was left to hold the third
Snappers attacker at bay. The
game ended soon after. Swordfish Connell To s
were the winners and still a ip
undefeated so far this season. ° ~v
The second game was some- Rifle Shool
what of an anti-climax after the
first. Nevertheless the two teams The best eight scores recorded
were evenly matched. The game at the 25 yards range of the
was four minutes old and neither Barbados Small Bore Rifle Club
side had scored when a terrific on Saturday 14, were:
cloudburst cleared the crowded Lt, Col. J, Connell 99
pier of all the ectators and the Major J. E. Griffith 98
referee too h to halt play and Mr. M. Gardner 97
take cover. This stopped play for Major A, S, Warren 97
about three minutes. Mr. K. Yearwood 96
One minute after the referee Mr T. A. L. Roberts 95
threw the ball into play, Whippo- Mr G, C. May 95
rays got their first goal Lisle Mr. T G. McKinstry 95
Spence was the scorer. Half time The next handicap spoon shoot
faund Police en the offensive will be on Saturday 11th. August.
Whipporas sot their second The handicap will be worked out
goal after five minutes’ play in the 9" the scores made in July,
second half, This was scored by
David “Boocna” Weatherhead
Weatherhead ecently arrived SUMMERHAYES TENNIS
from England where he is study-

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Swordfish, but this year is lining oe . . s
up for Whipporays. Both Ward MONDAY Ss RESULTS
and Spence tried unsuccessfully to - Men's Singles F
score before the ball bounced out _ ©. R. Atkinson beat D. A, Wile
to Weatherhead and he scored 81, 7—9.
from close inge, Two minutes | J S.B. Deir beat Dr. D, A, Gale
later W head scored again 6—1, 7—5,
with another werful shot, TODAY'S FIXTURE

* Men's Singles

; With two minutes to go’ Police J. C. Barker vs J. S. B. Dear
in one of their attacks on the
Whipporays goal, got the ball to Y
Franklyn who unmarked, He YACHT CLUB TENNIS
opened the scoring for his team. “1
Jkisle Spence ‘ored the fourth RESULTS
goal for his team soon after and Rita: :
shortly after this the time-keeper THE result of Monday's tennis
blew the game off at the Yacht Club was:

The referee was Mr. J. Knight Men's Singles Finals:—J. _D.

The teams were: Trimingham _ beat C. Godfree

Swordfish: A Weatherhead, 6-4, 6—3 and 6—4

(Capt.), CG. Foster, M. Fitzgerald, The result of yesterday's tennis,
N. Portillo, G. Jordan, M. Jordan’ Men's Doubles, Semi-finals was:—
and H Portillo. Dr? i; 3G Manning and J. D.
Snappers: A. Taylor, G. McLean, Trimingham beat R. S, Nicholls
(Capt.), C. McLean, K. Ince, M. and G, Hunte 6—1, 6—2 and 6—1
Browne, D. Bannister and Hazell Today's tennis is G. H. Manning
Police: E Harris, W. Phillips, M. and F. D, Barnes vs J. D, Triming-
Richards (Capt.) R. Alleyne. L ham and Dr, C, G. Manning
Best, L. Dodson and M. Franklyn Club tennis will begin from
Whipporays: Cc. O’Neal A. Friday





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^ I'M. I 1H1> B \Kll.tIM>s IDVOCATE Ul DM -l>\\ .11 II Il'l.l Cwdb Callinq WA1STED 0\ VOYAGE THE r M VfRS. JOE STAUBLB .md hag .* I 110 have %  I Bakery ins; then |j.-hl.^ ible and %  Back to Canada :, daughter of i %  %  I • ho -haa been in Itnrbados Uuve lfilh on a %  kaD to ha. irned to < la of .. r.c.A. i %  hn hn fbno •ante. Routine Visit M R. IIARIIY UK, Becurttj Liaison Officer In T and Lt. Frank Sonntaj is Naval lntelli. %  to the Naval Base In Trinidad who arrived from Trinidad on %  V %  ( %  turned to Trinidad yesterday afternoon by B.WJ \ She Signs 'Nancy Oakee' W nvuvn ihe goa %  the lal Cessd Eunice Ij.dy Onkes, of NlMU. Bihar%  hotel rfglaten and rorma with her How a thi-.. when formerly known Of. Oot Alfred de Marigny? She l in London now—ns Miss OakeS, The umi b thai Mise Oak." was never divorcad, Hei marriage to Dc Ifarignj annulled t>y the Bupren i of New York Stats The daer* of annulment has been in efTer*. I February. 1950. It voided the marriage from ils im< ; and freed both parti* mm the obligation* of the marriage in IMJ Thoro were no children. Not Much Left W 1LFHEI) RKODC& ihe Yorkshire and England crickhtar, I KoapHsl afu i an optratli I ma. Tha nrget na aavi was left; they could not %  what had atfoad) gone. And run much alghl wai left. Rhodaa worUark glones, in helped down Ihe step* to a tji\i by Ufa nurea. Rut Rhodaa, n-yaara-old, ansi Mill brisk, alert. Me will cotl%  i,is daughtei' Burion-on-Trcnt. Aim ru watch .1 i>n of crtekeC h i %  aid. "I caul tea well Just make them out. you know." The Ptincmt PicJcs the Cfothes to Put In Her Trunk \ >l..r BMt<*r itirtwred In 1 A UBt'RN-HAIl I aron .i beaut) London v ilh bet mill.. %  I liftiea \ i klirhen boy from Hungary, iir*t %  aw h,, | rrtad. I on of lour a ituter ii %  hot*, owner. His U -''iii. bl Bn In ihe fur business. Now ha h %  I I Her hobbj re she i* !,'.-. %  : ., Poll %  h rather, She waai MOB witti thumh-nnil — LA X. Chief Irr.rrif-ration Officer M AJOR l I Itnmi i %  I llWl.A. • mt ill' Mi Wo* dl< i fVnthonj m Batter) Home. St. I.nw I Jamaican Jockey M R LESTER NEWMAN rrlvad from Ti.mdad on | in MM BT.t'N Summer Mi-rtlng fir Mr K. DHi Jamaican Tuning the Chorui M USICAL DinCTOfl William Haakat planned to hire boya to etaoi bullfrogs out of Virginia H h Rlvo* ao that they would '.i I. ihe Blue Rid table festival. Bui whan ha strut t.a 0 Bl the river's bank, the frog* bunt i"t<< %  ik b I i..n-|). Direc*.. i>tc,t*ed that h, is S*bl| to ue the Udll -ft • %  •_ %  programme. Incidental Intelligence A WHITER friend of mine proln btl will that he be Did thai ban per cent. of his ashn be thrown In hn agent's face V S BMllMtr Donald —L.E.S. PTUNCnal Btzsbeth'a October Canad 111 MB*' Norman Hartnrll J buaj nun. Not only nmt be tie:. i\i I I...... | i. ii n %  Harm-II i p-nt arveral h > %  i nrc Houw fothei aftern ion talking to UH Princes* alxnit H w.i.d.-obe. SV ll Iht only one Ml riiflomers to net the closely a tarried *eeret oJ his expoii coll.rtlcn. due to be shown in I^ni i %  .Inly 2i. DfiCni cho"en ll hive to IK* withdrawn hrofn 1 e rotlfeUott a* ii .eiiiactMi during netl fnrtniglil. ^ag.urfrti, the enliiui the" I'nii%  nM worn in mtl) i 'i I l lly. is likely to figure promumtI In her t/iiindmn wardrobe. It ,t t >r moie flatteing thi.n ihe soft piatel pinki and bl'ie. she m.s ( vourvd m the past. Moat of the mrterials will be imooth, cut en slimming linn iind t'lpre will he Irvish touches of the rw apot-proef. rreaae-pioof velnartnaU tth** to do most of hi/ M<'stgn'ng qu' >\\y at hij Reaetii \ ivhtch stands in lh Ne*a Foreat surrnunded by paildockv woods nnd lake. Ono dav he wnnts to build a small Oreek tempi., on the island bl the middle or the lukewhen I find time to fhaalgfl Shaggy l > %  II.. i THIS Princess's hats will be denned In Danish born Aage Thaar ip. He hai %  Ireadv completed a number of hla a p tumn models and if the Princess choose* any of these the* will be withdrawn from the collection. All the Ruy.-I hats must be exclusive. Thaarup is using a lot of bearskin fcltt. like the eye-catching Trooping the Colour nwdeJ Hoat Of Iniotiumn mataruua are longhaired velours (ringed velvet and plush. "Sheggv dog mudeU," (]< %  % %  •Us them. As they contain %  ilk nnd reflect the light, colours we ttrongcr than usual includiriK all the WonoWful jewel shades in Gothic church WtBdiowm. There will be few veils, many jewelled buckles and hatpins, *nd ostr:cn fathers used In .i new .vay, split and tailored over the bjisc of the hat and then veiled with tulle. Ix** Make-up THE Princess will llinl Canadian fashions less elaborate lhan ours. When I visited Canada recently I mad* these notec: o: it side Montreal few women wear hats In the daytime. Black is no; UN traditional winter town colour as it is m London Welcome, Princess lor | netdj itltm in i DRESS lee M0A9WA1 rRiNi>e.si EUEABcn Philip w.ii a *'i welcLn.. said ("resident Truman. They going to Canada In Od %  ml is rarely %  i epj i" rktttora. The short evening drat tore popular rn'ong the smnrter. oungtr set than I Women %  ra. particularly in French CanM In Quabac province I or CO) kUJrfl got I'II a lo d* World Copyright i:>' < %  > %  f_ff fl %  HIK AliVI'MI HIS l VIV\ T*HE %  •• %  wishes mo la OOTTOCI I tii II inquirat to oak wh) tha i a i ""'ii not be placed in an upright poattton batwaao the JolstN nHwoUmua says that BY Till. WAY rnossuoiii > He., P „.Te red leal. t j, i In tin* ia %  piam nuncti, >?i I Mabels np.rl Dx mur erwlli. ISI • Under ihe atiadow .f dpsin, is, ) Wttrr i no lunger •unable a* KO epithet Mr psrt of . (41 gean %  %  mice upset tor a tmoa, tu> borer, (tii ,: % %  I|>| 'I is) all gat mind up in •ihoiahjmv fashion. (HI Mound u.jopuiu br rt bsrrow. (7j i. from a noun Oils rued, IBI • Md ts*t an* player's •n:i, to) Roi %  ., roBesais ihsm. lUdiiM;du I i*' (iai J*SII lsnsa v Dtno.i i '— JL JIJLZ L aa.' - n literal t pi tlon might well poatuon, unit a one had previous, (j M-ttict which end of the egg %  u Ln reality, the lop end M m betweea Jolats is no avort be Hi* 1 right than the same van in gn %  or balan> • %  -{ on %  solid rha i. II i that It iv bald i an ..omission that Iht ot up and down, 01 in; turn in one ol which tl ultimately be pi %  %  %  Ski'hli-ni'lliA ''• %  . ii. the othar, "I 111 %  %  took sklnni Oh. admirable hotssi t yl No) ,-lun %  von notice, bul mora bmatty, and Ihe word becomes "Kraggy" thai .. Ideal ol .-.. wards whirh our woman move a vast, hopeful herd, like baaati going down to %  t he mag to an n i With the HeiidmusWr. may pay nothing at nil in fc, vvti.l. %  pool il were. t -lavs h i irdi wrong may have to pay <• v\< large sum — though morti;.o:-.ire not frowne.l upon. for instance, a certain maatat who hold i tin homes of fnnr hoys Sttofl*£ / Ilnnkiv W-nf T IIK ittantlon or the Ministry of Agriculture a M rax anil) railed to ihe import „f donkevs (or human eonaumpilon TW rapt) that should .in him lame. He said thai only J smell number of donkey* was for this purpose PerBObl nimble By Beachcomber H'ht, -f iiii :n. I 3fi I S in N ndie-tafetta, i %  illeta. i >ilks. i the oeiich ttofl, African | i %  %  kei ln.m MM Bathii %  %  piece i %  Blouses in the latest itylei gr I mati J skit is—m prints, ptqua, ilk taffetas, tropical, %  Inc Nylon strapless brssslerai HI black & white 1 housecoats from >". .vi gpm |-s | BBIDOI I SVBtl 8HUm %  it inilaai J'*n p n and Psi now ft-satl A T' %  !> A t* HKKSIIML OF \ LAMSDO •/HIS Of llltTU.O •: mil % %  OLYMPIC Is-Ssi a ts ssa rm i us I N serial %  ////. / SOOtBKA utmoom •• Bay Orris.n and Ism CM Hi, OHE TIIK A I It M IH'IVIM; IIIIIHV ;n n :. ... .1 i.11 pjf. Vllll THE SUPER :'l .Mi TALENT Shi iv. I GLOBE THEATER TIIK GRAM) VAMITY QUlI COXTFST S|Minsored Bv B'd AflgneifM Lid. TOJVMTE at H..SO p.m. JACK POl IS NOW $40.00 With the 1950 Academy Award Film \arknrcr I't-r* T*Hfc praaant quaauon ol rslghai imiiii> noo rlnl iirr;iri|;enieiit^ an kft fluid pay a hat the) can afford, i He.ulmnster has some ll ifn 11 in i %  tha ion a run man I W1 it he ts arocd a schofarshtiJ cording to the brilliance. This La to avoid mnkmg 'li OSer Kubbrr How Noarlea Clip, Connector. I'nions Kllk,Small II.,ii,l Fork* .. i ..,i ,l,n Forks (Long Handle—4 Prong) TKIPLKX SPKAVKRS—Suitablr lor TennU Laws*, Cricket Clubs etc. UH: %  (vim AIIOS co-oi'KiiATi.i: I Ol IO\ I XI Kill) I III. Hardware Department Tel. No. 203? IMPORTANT NOTICE Our Downstairs Premises are being improved, but we will continue business on the Second Floor as usual We solicit the co-operation of our Customers and the General Public. CORNER STORE MANNING & CO.. LTD. ill—



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PACE f.ll'B n\RBADOS ADVOCATE M l>vi -n w HI \ IIMI BARBADOS t^ AlMMTF t 1-— -.-^T— -1 TTiiMiiiiy. Job ls l951 GUTTERS THERE nprovesasert n .n .if ilio cur.. Bridge town %  tment but occasionally j i in: lapses yesterday :.i Milkmarket •:ily and linn m a continuous 'f Within two liours these were Ma I from some ol ihcm. The wsU'i can ol the had flushed the nutters net about 9 o'clock but !" f the Blind Centre by His Excellency me Governor at in.Kurd Memorial School In Bridgetown .:. another step In a praiseworthy effort to help afflicted persona In the past it was fell that people who were afflicted with blindness had lost their USatulni proved that they can regain their confidence and become useful members of any c o mmu nity. In other parts of tile world schools for bang of Braille have advanced to : extent that young people can even reach university standard in thenstudies The programme in Barbados is not so ambitious but on ll helping those who have lost their sight to be able to support tbemome useful work. Efforts have been made to assist children who have been sent to the neighbouring island of Trinidad. The local Association has now gone one step further and has ted classes where blind people can lit lo do handwork. This is :.n undertakini! wlll.h UBSlll Vm public support. Friday's funclUld do much to focus public atteni . ... :. erlooked iS A l\ew Hitler Rising? i .S.A. \\i> I>IMI.HVIIO\ NKW YOltK. %  . history in. is : aol irnmlgra* %  %  % %  . people—the Irti '• and i end Hah..;. i poured in from the OKI World to mte with Amcr. ixon sit)tk>. .til that itopped in 1924. A %  i M oil) down the incomini; %  ll iout half 1 mber over comes Igb i[uots" countiI i:ii them, and the eagei landi I It Now I %  -sman Jacob Javits, born in i New York slum In 1904, whoea bnllia' n Ihe For%  %  J.iviis proposes lo introduce leto admit 10,000,000 immi| %  i| only in %  The lout;, angular yoii.fi mad %  ... %  : %  ... is tin* car of yours a Ota cur? H mm' Lor'" ll would not do for Hi IKseen In a British car." I m I. hi 111. Til' car i i %  %  •torad fscrman Opel. I had hired il In %  an uaa %  %  .%  %  i with pride how hr had ... iffered tOr II %  UM young man. Thai dispelled ill furtl %  H I Thui n sunny and %  Od fcriyinn from OIM i.i. u> anoOiar Ike i f tin %  A rmy, i %  -co mma od' ll'!.: (hr high ) active i %  i 1 '" I "f ; %  itli Nazi ft RSHIMI M rid '" I %  lint ; %  in the .'. ixony II. %  n| ;i wro ittioii, %  > makini it n' little State, ei Hltli hti party I ...,. %  Thr Parallel ft a %  in. i. %  i the world jlii i< l who had turned a toldler who had turned brick%  Radical %  clean up the in lor pi I laai %  A c lit man) i don nhll H 11 J i i i %  11 %  %  in tt* i %  il 1 ThunriRi,. Ram < appear! to ' %  i Bute of Low. i S %  Hitler wai imprisoned for rus unsuccessful coup d'etat Of 1923. Reman %  %  i hi ugh iv dlflerenl A1U< .... I.four monih %  ImprUonment rw UbeUlni I"*' German Governraenl (lie is iippe.tlinc .ifiiimst the tanca] He had repeated el "in11 hli l tnanlim •• ii..i' %  i~ii 1 i uUiNhed with Impunitj OarnsBn r cellor Aden,.m'l and hli 11 Imd prepii"I i • %  n London foi the even ,.i Boi lei ,: W> ; %  Lhe town tountryekle ol BcWaawii l dla, overed mj i p| pa r a l lel. i thouuht bach lo thai June d i> ID H)S-' when i had accompanied iiiii.T on through this very same dlslrirt. hard on the Danish border. Ami i won d Ii ill thil I %  A 4 oinc-hacV.' a Lowei Si nonj nail] i %  in lhal the Naai ..re making -t Come-baclt M itton "ui %  %  new giving way to re-Nailflcatlon imposed by an incurable German public' l could aee no trace of the wild N.,/1 anthuili %  of lM Not thai I ejipvti them lo line lhe itreeti for this young ei-gCpeTal Hi hit i.\v ~tnt. Or to Mind da ud btond children out to meet htm. Bui they did not even rcroeiii*e htm whan ho arrived al the boat hall in Molrii 11 where Dt hold his tirsi iiniUng thai day, There ware no (Ufa, no recep%  primitive M placai' i announelnjj hu vialt; "Retnei speaks at . '" And the Ume itv niled in nti chalk, lendai meatlni Itaell • % %  if the ISO then wen i'\ iv Ume I lal .,.'!> of lhe ci iwd i found be or %  he % %  % % %  P I The JUibta Ml It Wai dangan ua %  .j ;it hi:. ', I Inatanl dlsrnlflaal if IIK %  with hU bitatneasi man and %  %  %  Now in i all these ..inns i in. ;i. have been tempted thing wli and In da i %  f whoa 1 Bui few toil make • lion to this man and hi* I. My neoUectlon of I Hitler mm %  g. My eonvfrlloa ih.it Weal Germany K bl lB| % % %  for i NaUonalist-ltudu-iil !% %  A il which will !' exploded %  b T of tlie %  hinteelf. Industi by Ihe %  I Marshall aid, w %  %  %  humility "Mil* Iv III. put) Jadce N nu %  g In ihr %  r 11,11. wrar Ike m if %  'i v l ml II ';\s (Ueporls to reaj on S-II-A-P-K) i I hours ..ii %  r.i\ geu I A tW .vni'l. '.vluch has cropped up again and again dur-1 log a rUom i have bam having over| :'h lin;h-innki!ii; RaOCn III <•< a %  iwer*i &R \II.' beedquarti I have read it In the P;. nenl For lack of infrastrucAtlantic Powatrs 1 defence %  %  %  t to I • iniiii.'iniriui'• is iM-n non hnpoi mill now than ::is. or planes. i' meal airfield rxHnmuntcatlona, harmuniUon dumpe, all tin lit which <. i.div reaMaTrtntended for fastening Screws in Stone, Concrete, Unck and all types of auaoniy. WILKINSON & BATHES CO. LTD Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. Thanci : 4472 & 46S7 BECKWITH STORKS ;^*.; ~ VZGVZXV MWV INTERNATIONAL PAINTS, LTD. THE ORGANIZATION THAT COVERS PAINTING REQUIREMENTS INSIDE AND OUT For information and advice, consult our J Commission Department I DA COSTA 8c CO.. LTD. AGENTS | ;.-.-.***.-,'.'.*.'.*.-.•.-.---.-,*-'.'..,•, •.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. %  .'.•.•.'.'.'.•.'.•.::',::\ Whether you need paints for walls or woodwork, inside or out... lor elaborate decoration or economical coaling ... for factories or plantations, hotels or houses, you'll find the perfect paint in the "International'' range. Now that supplies are easier, insist on the best in paints. Trade Mark */,• %  f'/ 0m #/,•*• ln-.li/ ttitx ! V H...I. Ilnil.l.-r I in' I uaiailiaai IOOIIS I. :, Mill red Ch Si rillel Bi Cod Y Macaroni S: IIIM'I ITS 1 BAH I. Strength %  $1 22 16 .,/ ,:oni 15c. per J PkS. > t-i>i'l.illt"s in Tins %  r S Phone GODDARDS We Deliver I SSSSSS,'-'.'***' >,'+'*ysV, W//V/.V,



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I'M.I I II.Ill ll\RR\IM>S ADVOCATF. Ml I'M Ml \\ II I 1 IIMI Snappers Get First Defeat In 2 Years Aquatic Club when Swordfish boat them two i mbeaten In L win n I by the "dd j: %  '. .. .-;. .... rhoad. b i : %  IbltM ' S'v; i>ra)i Police ". %  laic in the second heit MM MM MM IS (nter-Plaloon Competition \\ Combermerc Ph* Coa petti mi lot %  Drill Cup Dl ihc No. 3 i .,.-... ., %  ttu scorer. id nt proa %  • %  %  %  broke through U I • 1! on With a ..Ui a forcing shot I 1 ,i | :,-, i polntl oul ol 1 i I.i.u! K K I ,. % %  ,,.. h i ifii.i ll sii I Mo -' PI itoon with Cadet, 2nd C. Clark* commanding, woa IVtni gained 318 point*. npetltlon C" pi Perkins to %  ith ih< radota %  PBoter, his %  V the which l>ad horn Monoid ers 1 by pi i mi ben of No. 3 %  MV Offlrrr-. • I local for T^iManwuwto \ I I aped I \ W III rS £%M* %  %  Barbf Reflmenl XI l|n\ Kat'lM Si,ni i i and on I rdisten TrainniR i-i. I 'i %  i .: ll i frcUston Oroun i I %  i rlchet IUIUII endSaturdaj The Teachers 8UOAR RAY ROBINSON, la tlm pose beari a striking resemblance to Joe Low* ,< i imdlxpilleil inl'i of the boxing world It in New York la tan Bset* •thf dwarf one of Ray'* bout mtly "dethroned hy~RandoIph Tma: %  Oaln-ford. BobU 00*1 MUMfar, J"* Salomon*, right promoter, and devoted fol'owerv This picture wataken prior to the eaaSB| Gai iiian lieu Is Prnden MILWAIKKK. Jal) IT Kid Gavilian (1481) of -Cuba Fnt/ie IK',p of Din. nl.i in a 10-round 11011-1 n hia flrRt appe. '' I %  stood a sturdy at1.. in :he • i the con. rid boot*! Qavulan %  'lie bout, Gavilian said that tie is ready to <• "any day %  tag Cl .b %  %  . % %  • 11 I levillan'i manager I Baldo said thai Ml 1'iahani in New York In lal A or < fembcr. Oavlllan wno won nil 1 ich Ith Johnnj Rrath n of 1. %  ".:.,. ind with 4. punchea, which closed trie Canadian's right rye and hud blood running 1 1 lace. %  croud, put up a good llRht in the %  iv. landing mani b and ho %  *. and holding his own during any in-nghting. Gavilian ruing bolu >< cnMonally biit confined blow* nuunl) in fail left Jabs. We oifer on exceptionally nice assortment of LADIES' READY-TOWEAR HATS FELTS and STRAWS Black. White & Colours VARIOUS PRICES CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. MILLINERY DfPT 10, 11, 12 13, BROAD ST %  I belly, ••I limes Gevtllei %  round Pruden*i id the crowd 1 r I eacners Defeat Arim American In Soup Derb) Vu^iisf AKRON. Ohio 1 ... byt tile I %  Second (iiMil Swon half. H< 1 bert %  i.atUti for most • 74 The and by %  %  day they it H6 iijr H Reaurnlng nn Saturday the Teacher* took nighl total to B i '.1 Ai II. i again loi k the it due to the ,,„_ „| u „,| ,,"'•*' %  "I" I"*"111 (IIC •H't-IIIiilf | ft . J V . I I < I1 I lilt I .... Lbaii tu i' all hack in lh< Rcon % %  U it. 1 Ti i< hon ><'! to equalId firm Ml for Swunlil t. .. always ill wUng „,.,„„„. ,,„ t the nckel About 5U,OUM DOyi 1.. .tn the United st.iies. Ghtri %  and Alaaka we MMtrucitog amal tinlourteanUi annual AH-Amai Ii .-. s mp i' Derby lo be bald here on August ;:-. C.IIIHI the K i%  .,(. %  •( ,imab u lutitiK event in tli,. world." 10O.(KHI speetntors ara exported watcti the boys co mp e te for four-yenr college icholaiahlp .. !. %  .1 M 0 f"i it Noigrov v .tit :IH whlti N01 and Cuffley Iheii Heiiuil John Clarke. • %  • ha the read ers in iMilh Innlnga ind 2/Ll % %  %  %  .ii the iir>i mi ConneU Top$ Rifle Shoot ..,_.,. 1 Ol th %  % %  might v B U met i 011... PIU1 The I Sllll %  omewhat M let the teanu rhe l i nghi sthe M rarai 11 u bedi Small Bn Mri 1 terrlftr on Saturday 14. wer %  sad 1.1 Col .1 Connell ] % % %  %  1 M .' I 1; Ifltth hall Mr M. G \ s Warren Wl -bout ihi %  Mr K yearwood %  86 M T A 1Roberts M 95 Mr. a McKlnetry N" 1 '"' er Half 1 i„. „,.„ handicap (l(Km „hooi lonnd Police en the offei Iv. „ ,,. ..,, Ssnurdaj llth! August. dice* iu be worked 1. n the "" thp w, r ** acond %  Uaviil W( arrived I 1 play for %  no i.-.. %  1 %  -. from (i minutes %  I Q| from 11 to 15, 1'iini months designing their itmlorlasa csrs tu Powet kg pm i'ii ^ bj grat ily since the races axe doe r icaa Bw h small srasjan must in built by the boy driver si .1 minimum financial coal said in accordance v I resjtitaUona. Rifle Club 90 PI 1 July 1 %  SUMMERHAYES TENNIS TOURNAMENT MONDAY'S Kfcsu/rs >' % % %  Silt sirs E H Atkinson beet n A Wile j s 11 Den beal n. n A c.„\,* %  %  ...: ilul Shot V. %  % %  A Frank)} n who I leami Lisle S| fourth goal loi b 1 shortly altar this ihe Ui blew UM gl nM I'fT. Mi. J Kmghl The tennu SMUIII' %  '. IODAVS KIXTl'KK Men* Single* I C Itnikei V| .1 S |l ])e.n %  and 11 P si* uiji.-r> A Taj lor,' Ui Lean. K loco M I rmUtr I L pi I R I h 1. Hbtppt.r.)-: ( 1 I YACHT CLUB TENNIS RESULTS THl reaull >•' lftonday*i term • UM V.i.ht Cklb was:— Men-. Singles Plnals:—J D. Trimlngham baal C Oodfn 1 1. s and ft—4. lay's mini PreUmtnarj allml are run off in local oanteists. wsnnei <>f each local race vi mpetes loi U 1 pionshlp Poi example, there will aa tine ragtoaal cogstaats In Oermany, Ons aach will be held in the American, British, and Prendi sones The Oerman RnaS iii be held I,, Munich with the winner receiving ,1 trip m the United Stab %  agalnsl the American a ,1 d cbamptasssi Ahonored gut its "' Ihe ' %  oi Aknm during Derb) weekend the 1 ban pions fi am .1 ing nations will be entertained with p.u 1 tnal propammas, and thai even! rhs 1 "'•' uras painted green UJ %  n [tare Ii 1 H feel wide I #76.4 8 per cam bui II lelli to ., t per cen which enahlaa th,. racerj reach ; i speed .if slightly mom than 30 nulas an hour. Originated annualb bj leadli 1 newspapers ol ">,United State* and ihe Chevrolet Motor Division "i General ,: l lutomoolle leaminK to work with their minds and hands while bulldmg si 1 rat IIIK theli can In the Soai 1 will be bet) %  %  w B ri Chevrolet's gonei al 1 1 agar. Girt (iuides Raffle Cycle avlng .1 tair. TO help 1 they urg^nisetl ,1 t.i<>.le TMX'.V noon at the Bas> 1 kats were brawn 'i be lu* I 2008 and r The Otl '-i rk 'i'* slso drawn, The doll was won by Rosalind Iiuriaa, ths Ai in %  .A I' Ho %  Mr 1. Wllaoti Lucky wlnnei %  can i • Gu Departmci . 1 1 td WHAT'S ON TO-DAY Court of Grand Beion 10.00 a.ta. Court of Original Jurisdiction 10.00 a.m. Poliee Court10JW ; pa IMM M(l UII net i 1 as a a. is a ai ssi/i BIAB1 " -* M'l'h lh-i.ip-. i!-. n rh—ptiin* raawpw 11., v 1 rrll I.IN-II New Loveliness For Vou v m IMLIIIIMIi: Mill 1 l ^ Follow this Simpli' Hmiity Plan *u..h ram Im arlm Naaasta saaa S Then, for 44 ucom 'Mssastfs'aish.ioieq btaar'RlaM *n uiu Ham a J.. io u d JT . %  ". r l i aa ski g mawagi iwing* jour *kin l>tt(,i..i.. r %  lull Imtitiliiiifi aflecil P.s. lor bath ID I sh, DOCTORS PROVED*" PV ysszss-r,','. ^',','s,;;*,*.: ; %  .',v,v&v,v?.v& "'•VA^VA'Vi'^'t VfiiW *X) MIIC SAII Yesterday's Weather Report From Codringto'i Rainfall Monthly Ralnrall to date %  lli.li. -i Trmperatiire | Temperature "!>.o F W;mt Velocity !_' mile* per hour Barometer: (9 am ) Wt 962. i : rm ) 20S03 HOOKS lleromms-Hslsil U% the S. I. C. 14. %  .i.-.'.v. •: I/>M>. i, ^ ,.. il %  : %  : %  ,,,', I f. i I .1 %  I nil: (.u.ii uy oi i < >,i> MIHII: cviiBNCE* i. <-,' rVKNI Tin: BOUNDASn I Blaion MTt CANASTA By OtWtU JacOS HOW TIP WIN AT CANABl I RELIGIOUS BOOKS Tin acnaw-rAi Tlir WAV IN PRAVIW KNOW Ttivsnj M ...I i IN r.nrrs PAXTX-RTX OOMh vAPART lOai STILL WATI.i %  ell •\ VI'Ml Ol b> J %  ind arriinirM t J I G FOR THE CHILDREN PICNIC BBA 'ii IIIK 1*1 ,Mi CASTLE TUB m.L'E STORY lUKIh TUB IMM'LM, PBINI I 's THE IK1LV in I Kl LNQ .nh Ki.-l Blytott Bntd HIMIW OS b! Bold Bbten %  %  nr RiivMr--. i .TTi r. rouca m PAINTING BOOKS S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENF or Telephone 4427 BUILDING SITES l IIH.III.M. S|. MMasMl Cool anrl Attractive Situation In well lald-out trea. Water mainj and electric maing hare been Inetalled and first class private mads completed. Sites from 10,000 sq. ft. upwards For further infiirmnlinii '|il |l>n <* 12-S<> Wilkinson & Haynes Co.. Ltd. I Oflirr. Prince Alfn i54itM4'-.' BTC Entries bice, Semi-Onal c. c. Manning and J. D. IN the data race, r the ent Trimlngham beal if. 8. Nlcholls for she Barbodoi Turl Club Uidj m i. H '.' 0—1.1 8—1 Summer Meeting publish Ii <, II Mam and F i> Darnw vsJ. D Trimlng lot Ball In Race M HI Lo shoul< imlng appeal In puce ol High ..id Uw %  • urns iii begin I II ol i tot i I Included in this even! Meee*aea*aev**di CHARCOAL BOX IKONS DELUXE #//#; CENTRAL KMIIHIH'%1 ^to!SM-^l£iSSlClSm;SfWi'-^'.-^.*-'--.'^Si'-SK£lii^5Ci5K<*>54S555-'. WiV/AW'V////'' Eczema Itch Killed in 7 Minutes : pori "in-'"., p i i IV.IIti* llllttilr i i tber bi>n.i iKIV^ -nly %  N .Clr %  %  %  ||( %  ...| • They'll Do It Every T. mc ,gS.FTeR TP£ ALL-TIME LOSMG STREAK rIENRY RCKEO A LONG-SHOT RIGHT ON THE BEAK.*"* _— By Jimmy H.ulo BLTT ARRMNG AT TME CASH-IN WiCKCT'SrJlF!) I CRY WHEN I TELL ITHEP LOST THE TICKET — MAKE SURE THAT YOUR NEXT SUIT BEARS THIS LABEL OF DISTINCTION iv pa-Hag*. 1 l Ml I \l (In all Si/eo) WALL BOAKI' I'AINTS A KNAMU.S




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Wl DNESDAY, JILV 1. 1*51 11 AKHAIHiN \|i\ in \u VU.I CLASSIFIED ADS. J!^! M SAM %  wmn • %  • % %  %  • %  nmm TlLIFHONi UN Poc BIT V-ri.,, nr liif^nwn a m Cartb I %  3 00 for Hn number of svordi. and G cent* per swd lor eatn "'"'' | OMh. Phone UMl m *•""• " %  : JO „nd 4 it 3111 for Desih -•"'" ftaMm BMJ UM • Mill BALE I %  .•*. %  i-i .-, %  noae ol .rid* MI to M. and r sv.it.I mi spaaa-dssPS ,>d 1 word on Sundays lor <-.n; AXXOI \>:MI:.\TS %  .. *plad per •lay. Enquiries to D *l Sllnaai. Oranada MS 51-Mil. OLD IIARRISONIAN SOCIETY The Anim-l Dinner ., he held .*. Marine Hotel on Saturday July 18th < in, M'i'!" .itlrndlnf ar reqiirslrd l.i notify the RWrelarv bv July 3Sth *' Pennon Atl No rontrl butiona are pavahle. but in mlnimun qualllvli K period i| Harn.on College irounted a> aiullf)ina EniliUi Tea. her. Huperannu MkM Art HAHHIsoN COLLEGE %  > a day Oram mar School of 5*0 taklnl the O i C Cleiieial CeilltVate and wnrhini to Open Kch.ilii.il i n •tandard It ha* a Smh Tor in of ion and H rppmented on the H \l i %  a O n maj lafaaja) APPLICATIONS toiathar with TWO RECKmTESTIMONIAL!*. Die NAMES i T*. %  I'llt.KIXB, A I'llOTiKiitAI-ll and A MEUICAL CtrrlTIF.CATt %  latin* fllneta (oi wri.re m a irop:i.i cUmoM %  hould be -ent Of airmail to J < HAM MONO, M A Cntab' HAKH1SON COLLEGE. HARBADOP., B JV I i., arrive NOT LATER than nth SepteTTiber 1WI 14 7 SI 2n ALEXANDRA SCHOOL %  JOCELVN CELJRTC BOVCF. I Utl.f MAIHETK VERONICA TI'DOII UsTTA IIAYNES NoitMA VVONNF foltTF MAHIOHIK JANET M.COLI.LN MAKVA NAOMt MaC OLiJM l'HVIJ.W IMII^INE noTTIN IMIRin. WAKir-iT. nitATHWAITT. MARV JITNE EDW Mills WAPIJ: nHATHWiAITE I \ ANDREW!* .'1'IXTII DEANNA MARSHAII. i:t.s-\ ..v.h-v BirRNI IT! JUNE ROKFMAKV MAHVIllJ/ .1 .NIT Rlllll I TA MOOR! %  I rTTV rMFIITA GIBB) MAKCAIV.T BDVrr. I'AN.TA IICnUEV %  I. . ... I %  Jl.l III. .Il 30 a m and Ihoae who have uppllrJ I (h BUI • brine Ihe l-'ninu lo I|*T nIB PI IISOMI ( .l.i,. credll ..I., ma. an 1 do no! hold m>ll HMJniiafili | in( any debt or debti in my name unlaaa by • wrltun order iifned In me HAROLD E infill.Mi 81 Mallhiaa Qop, i %  in nt Church MOTORISTS ATTENTION! nrslnald Appkewhj Meehanle Can now be found >t 5 in. iroriulwv u..I i i' Di-l now. a || M .. ^ fO-UAVS NEWS FLASD L WIH'I AKr.R'K ALMANAC K 1951 at IOHNSON s s[ \TIONI Rl 1 MUll AKAHl.t WIND-SIIIKLD GLASS OPKNINO NOW by JOHNSON'S ll \i: w\\ vi:i I. P. S. EXAMS The next IPS. Shorthand Exam takes place at Combtnwn School oti Saturday. 28th July. Tho next Typewrit In* Exam takes place on SMurday. 1st September. C. B. ROCK. F IP S. Pitman Representative. 18 7.51.— 2n. ;>V**,'*VO"e*e*e**-****e-e'e'y-e'e'e**'e**< CLOSING WE ben tu inform our Customers and the general public that our DRUG STORE will be closed from the 23rd of .'uly .md nm Re-open on the 7th of AunuJt. HUTS0NS STORE I ^ DRUG '* 22 M.Ik Market. .; 15 7 51—Sr. j i • % %  Ihe Manarer. ""' i : .i %  "" '>v4 \ ,.. nMr , % %  a bua ro.ile J he-lro.. %  %  %  -.'-one J!t I elc." .. ma ..i (round. %  %  .-n 3 *ldr Mo.. I -lone with %  i i;..ra* Is !• the ei %  < room Pui ,i i %  KM T.arwood F I | __E10M \loi 'I 101 .1 VPR WrtTfR* ..•' %  IT. M i". . %  r.ooMB— r.v.1 R .. r la aajriHIeS walk to %  .*. k i sue ll.tJH i i -i THE CAMPO" the Sea n\i:iiii.... n m , „ tl IIM I t Booth Space Hi al MM per r %  pee we, II. „ i.aefc-*... -d II re. . .^,4,,, -,. %  .-.!,-. ,*.,, | *d II BO ., .^Me. NOTIC K I' K VOISI Rlt'lliiiit 1J uroipia< Iactoadane' ,"• P> • t l*. el.-. %  %  %  NOTM I eRI-M OI -tl^l III.IU , n utu TT at i %  r .,n IM>| rotthe rir-.x.i ad i-ve i I W E GOOPtNC. %  %  VOTKr: B> r.laf al I %  %  %  %  %  ABSIOta RH4M I H M Iji H 1 %  thai alt WeMI I %  %  i SHIPPING NOTICES* Canadian National Sipainsliij^ land %  rm.ieitlrd I \i ( noN %  %  • out i %  si... ,...,,, Loai II,. . K R. Co Ltd LIVESTOCK PUPPDEK3 Cm-. Red and Whll. i Pedigree Stn 004 l.VF.ST.-K Oni %  oat Ami. N IS 7 II J POULTRY UNDER THE SiLVER HAMMER M MIIUBOW I Ml UDA1 i.TH Ba* of Ihe Hmiar Api%  i %  %  BKANKtR. TROTMAN CO. .(!i li.inrrrs 10 7 SI lr. I in! r Mir llieii lit lluiiiiurr MISCELLANEOUS ANTIQI'ES — Of PVPry deacrlpuon Glaaa. China, old Jewal'n. %  Water-toiiiuri Early hooka. Map*. Autonrat.il. elp al Gonl'iflea Antiquo Khop. adjoining Roval Yari I H. A1MIDFM TOllTNr\MI Starl MVIIIR voiir Amm-i-dent Toolh Wllhln .1 ...ii! %  ny be the winner ol one i.t !>nlollowI !.: Prire SSC 00. 2nd J-nrr IIS i iirl Prize fS 00. 1.7S1—2p X hoad ...i TLuraday nt Ihe IBIh Julv. Ipal M idea One. |, arm and morria Hoc ken. hardwood. hentwood and foldlrm .halm, kfahoc tabl art) m .1.1.-1 kU %  NOXACdR.N Nrv.i a tallouh the aid rn itetnovc PiK-a 3 1 bot KnlRht 'i Ltd 17 7 SI 2J-, OHM -I'd preaava. gla.s a.id china wan < and many I D'ARCY A aeOTT. %  i • Met rt.v RP.MOVA1. N OT M I < %  %• at Hi ,l,n *i f iddk and Yidotta Wrettf *' e h.ve •-!.. IIhe pan| Inai-bai dlruj now ..,„! aanso per "IIII.I %  efleet a. lOtri dav al J,. "7*h I Mull lha NEHVITONE WUn V* have In rk "Nervitona Win* which .imuilntea MM .. anrtehM the bioo.i .. new reeTV-ei of rtrenpth and vlfMur. K-.ight I Ud I" I %  RECORDS: Charlie Kuni. Bin* RwtrM) and we Will order lor yoti II we haven't got It tn Mock A. Barnei ft Co IIM t 1 .1 LOST A FOIMI LOST Til I l< 1 ; : NOTICE 1 -lope. 'Tender for loam a gjar.'S .f St Ji.u-ph at a ,„ n | %  ec*edin 4 per annum. i t> repaid In three equal initalrnenU n i lloo each, rommenclna In Ihe norith n Octal M II 7 A T KINi. C-StB Il Jo*|ih Veatry •* of wl hen have I .1 anana Wdcbted to the *aid -a.e are requrated lo MM tie f If %  %  in da> ai ji,i. ir-i ^ ilirled And ..1 I I NOTICE %  N I...I ruih I JnBHMMM IIV uteit A '..!!..: %  II % %  auceeeaful candidate murt I e-..e .tulle. .„i Irvr 3M'i Aiigi.-.! Alienation, .ill | v n.eue.1 |, y „ i s..lurday 4th Au|u.l IS'.I OBWA! II I HI AW Clerk. Poor Law Uuardian NOTICE PARISB HI -l II. %  %  %  •th Am '"IIMIM \1I *aa af BBtl AS CRtTMb •• ,11 < .'IRIIIBOI Ml aaaf af *.ki, : nv M %  I \DY %  : Mallfx %  I •*• %  %  ^ b-tiiy's i. I %  : A.ir I Baa) n ftepi %  • %  GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-Ag.nl.. HARRISON LINE "OTWARD raoM raa UNITED KINODOM V.JPI THADCB'iatpi OBI n -. UDEN1 ADVlSgP S.S. "NOVFI Is S-. -HERDSMAN l I 1.... SI '-I.PTORIRESMAN \rccim For funber inrormatlon apptT I. 1,,, IxMliloi' i a I.I VHP \ :tii Juh nth Jtib Juh tub 1 '.!h Jul< 1 )Bfai^ 'JlflTED EnfCDOli 1 Llvti i %  CeOfH r BfJM Jul) mill J Illl. DA COSTA K CO.. LTD. A f ml. GrandmoUier \oi tioUdam M Uh I'm ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. B4IL!*U* IKIM AMSTEBIiAM II I >tt uih Juiv last i •BONAIM MIR Ji.i. IMI >• i.i "I.t Julv i-M ^ \u IM. ID ri HOI TB *NH SMallMH VnniMMtll HMl July 1PM MI IM, in r hi sin ID r MI VM \atrto IMI fiBoani m* s 'I Hit t HA —IS'h Jul) la.ll M I BO!> \1HI (111 I ,n AStTHWA rOWDBR' U Tided a a sale relief lor Afthma Price 1 ) tin Knight • Lid 111 l—In. WELDING MATTHIALH Electrodes A. g and IDs also bronre teel and flu" for Arei>ie, Enquire Auto Tyre Daa na iT i y. Iraluland Spry •llrreta Phone • wMxmm um chitrue tpeek 71 ee"H n-.d i .CanddMS 74 U'O-d. — ..-M ; renla n urd weak—4 caw'a a Awiidapi. I .IM -II > 1,11111 ATS It haa been n ported lo the Trinidad %  Pfo A-SSla In re.. •harea nu.i,b.-.ed tB4g and B> • In tha inn a of lha 1 %  ... vad h. lha %  %  I l„ I l|) 10*1 j r rUaABD, >. orat : *T11 1.. HELP Appli In i-i--. Phil laiMiivii i i v-t ii i n %  %  %  alwiagereH. Fravtoua eipsrscnce In catering ( similar experience I* draltable Anpli cathtna Should ba aubmltled giving detalla of pel I enclnsli I eOBlN -t ti-tiliuonlaU snfl ecent naaaport lit* pnotom •lid be addreased lo Me.tr. 1). <*,..! ar Co Ltd. P.O. Box HO. Bndc-u 13711 n Bay Drowned 1 \ i. OLD N rrujfr) ,i i in!.h illiing al roui Baj with i • %  %  1 Philip ii hd a/hlch wrai taken to the PsMI ittortrm ;mM l,v Dl C. IHutson. An Inquiry hu* been fixed fur 10 a.m. MISCELLANEOUS I",ITH:>. .< I"!' MAI • Uti Bka po.iin.i. -i•spanisl) aril %  •> %  r ,|.fir..l w..rk Waaow al Dial T7 II T Sl-lri ra.rVTRiC READING l-AUT> tail rat Dial 3M3. II T II • HARBOUR LOG In ( .irh-.li Bay Bed B, %  V MNNINGCOUGHS ruin %  e.-iT'and %  kHfJl aAOthar ssBJ %  lUloJt UTlOg MKNl'AiM Thla gr-a.1 j.'-rt.al nwdl-in* woeha Umi UM BI-K-J. tiiua raaehUui tfca BSsPsashiaJ lubssa am! mil !:larta h a l pi n ft 0*lura mavediaialr W ramoea Uilaa_ *.c*r '.lug eougnhsg and IM V. Hedgefleld. Brh Prredr S.-I, Em., .. lack Mai 'Ml Ant...' |f '' • lli-i.nel! %  Mac Srh Anita H *rh %  i ft Srh I ,..* M till* si -•].. tl lapt ,M at I .—'..Revitalise Your. KIDNEYS *-d Voii'll r.-l 'o-fip leak Tounp Nothing %  -• n.an oc woman mot. I'.n .. 1.... action Thin nakes, von fi Getting up N.g-ts. Burring, it,. %  PasssQ'i. Nerves. D;i.u. I %  ., matiam, Backache. Lag P*.n, Circle* Ivvoli.ei Ankics. Lou af Sen %  an ,. v. B) ISM I I .1.1 M. 1 ... • %  %  M Capt M.I.. 1 -. i... Capt %  K Ft aas. wBj thai the cord was cut Suffered Erm Shock A mass of evident <• Unit !>• riven by sfttnaaW Blattr Hackett %  | . hud which was hock, it tvaa nacaaiBry ui.it tho 'iilti be liivn, inj.Mi.ms When rrivad at I %  '..HI nute %  . II • %  ttenUon H ihould i resull 'if not ~et Ii al ihe Ho : %  i %  • %  i niliy. If tin" Ctutlt.t MM ,111. c.l Tl .%  %  the accu-ed Th. f r ,. e. .ilion bail hsihNl tn i %  .nt ;iiiiiv. posir natural feeling, of vent ItMil on the MC si a soY* he suid. Mi w w Raoea started to dreas the Jury for ihe prOshBnitlOFI at 3.4X1 i> ni He (old them that a'l Df them should p h % %  • i rl 'i %  . %  tact they %v*ra stiprama Tbi | % %  •' % %  in ludne ,-iieiiu-i the sccuaad per• n . %  .. %  hai the .... m dered a child who had no chance %  ith. The facts were appalling and Hi-nhli Tin i. thl %  BJ %  • .t tin i.i' II the child wag already n tin' pit when Vein King called the girl's niother. then lo Ihem t decide The>\ wenmtitled to ri" how ho SJIW the iit and huw h child from the pit lowered lulu Pit A chiltl fOUOfJ a pit could have been to ws i ed -.... %  ., i,... Ih. HUNK was thai lha child arai i the li That wii i. III svhich any Jury svould was malice sard the ihre.. %  %  thing In that case was who pui the rhlld In the pal In that matter the Police hi | to perform and tflm the '••Id Cpl, Shepherd lhal she ha.i thrown U pit, the Pi dene .-mvthing elv but arrest her In that t hil.l in U %  was guilty oj : %  ptil the child in the pit |l m.iltcr for then, urh lii~ Honour the Chi-' then summed up Tin liberated for ten minutes anH returned %  a> t'rtim I'age S 'ii i-ivi.l'..i,ent in which WOI ll ui iiiithniiu .,( Bsisptoynient hi uld be reiardocj ..., %  the wurkltui ol a pgBBBBtl ter of day* dui Ing pereOd "* ih Mdd ih..t the s-i.-. • i en %  !.. F the B II., kepi In mind the fact tl i inpaoymai \ Uv Into itatri nal i i ... |i %  I nf empli' i 'II i iti ... i .in Iple 11 %  [th p.i. tn bet ofTM %  %  %  .ui im" taklru than In ths %  rtdertal Ai the Mth Session <>f tie lehj in Ji., |i had best '.raided to put mi the rerenct .1 proi-f^sod eonvt %  md recofnnsen> pay In Ihe 1 nta /\Kric-nIItirsil Workers The [fltl 11 l in their 1 1 WII Ihe best '. .,1 .Vllll 1',.). %  %  ' far ail dassBao ol irarki (eel thai noi m fcgulai rnnployment, 1 olt 'i> pui I 'at re in into prat 11' %  %  1 'i 1*1 PMndmenti %  the Internal al the ic' I %  1 .,!,,, % %  ',. Iheni elvas, pre* rttatloni of thei: •h .1 '..imnf thei I %  1 SI K : 1 %  ... 1 n of t Hon. Mi 1 matte, back i" %  ro.nmltlee WlUl %  sddltlon ol %  HM %  be Hot F. C Hutaon Launch Arrives lain. in i• 1 %  law v IM ii ui 1 1 It 1 .ttinai-| froi B^tajand. rttatl wenBrOTsI ssoards. 1 hue %  %  1 % %  Ltd FRENCH LINE I lr (.It* Triiuallantlqur KAIUNQ 10 iNt.l AMI A tK\S) I llnd, July oupe -.in 111 noi MI Acreplhig I .... in. 1 i ui" JIKI M ni K. M.J.\ESsV('n.. 1.1.1. A<;I :. l-hon* ::: 11.11 I ls-sllais ei'lnin !!•* I I IS TO BE HIK' Of ANV OBUOA1 IIIVS ... II VI I'll A. III. !!• KV \ ABOUT ULLINa YOUR ilOUSI OR r*UBN11 Q NO SAM. — MI t OMsOtefOOe. : I *i. IvSTATK M I i Ii INKER HirdMtHsd Alley 1'lione Ml | s*ww.t*.:sw.*.ww; \.V//V ) V/V////////AV,VAV//,V.*.V///.V.'////''''''/.'.''.; SILK FACE P0 WDER #s t.mm i tut in it SKt.X. ADVERTISE 1^ THE ADVOCATE SF. VAB1 1 FSPASOL Olt 11 MAI CURIOS. SOUVENIRS. ANTlQrrS. IVORY JI S1IJ<~ THA MS REAL ESTATE ACiENTS Johe M. Bladon & Co, A I' S I.V.A, Till, i IHM WITH Tilt: REPUTATION. IM.,...,-(MO PlanlBlions Hu.ldinu Ii corrects oiliness by Making up the minute fat globules '.hat cause this condition. Ii corrects drynes:. by acting ; n the reverse way. In this case, the Silk, particles tcke up ffloistui i from the atmosphe e. enabling a Dry Skin to be supplied with moisture so thai is kept cooi and com -table. arv HELENA RUBINSTEIN'S SILK FACE POWDER is A suratUTiri HI II unt.K. Win. FOaiiTV. LTD. (AfjM I AUCTION SALE AT 111. V \. ii i noNi. •ka S|. Iliad. t> I.. AUCTION SALE DAI i i Mil RBDA1 %  VI lliM 1 (. Jesl... Vfl. Ill.iils.ss y €•. II \ \ \ J



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Ml l>\-.li W. II IV iv la:.I BARBADOS MIMH Xfl I' VI.I .Mill! Bulk Handling Of Sugar Will Reduce Costs !* %  %  •*' > K %  9 in Queensland msport of sugar m. a vear to th rwinaltnp of SUK&I could redact tha o I id thai BtBtl %  C I* i out thai bulk m tag <'i C2 l m, %  •ide b I out ;i qiitckai turn round allow rfy 20 per cent, more su^ar in their holds and reduce deterioi Mr. A. J. Herbert, of Hi I U iiriy experts on bulk htndting of nunr, who visited Qwnniftnd (IT the CongreM "f the International Society ol Techn iplnion that Q hind could profltab lull bandhng in 1 bull handlini been In op< i In Knglatul Tali. In 1bou %  "i overseas and 55.000 cargo loading; A rinular auai of bn;c i' was transported in vllle. Queensland, recently too* %  *"* %  hv rofld m < 1 ra to ,lw I v. due tO ,riBU methodi of handling and a shortbeing energetically pu age of dock labour; if suflV luboui hi loading time would probably have been four or Bve duo. A I mount <r enpita of all weighed and the sugar Is dumj in the Hoppers. Two i ..:,. t(l ,„; driven winches 'ij. Uu ,.,1 office, ghl minute., to unload 20 whi.h bases 111 report on official tons fron i sragon gnn sovlel %  ixnunuU ; MB T*M report %  been that the %  motor truck and trailer. A bolt average annual Income ol a Soviet %  i tixen in 1949 was equivalent to N and thai Ol hunker 58ft. high at I normal s3l)0 The* speed of 160 h..rt tons ^n b. 1hv United states and Qatt) %  r::i ; „ the United Kingdom are ni-oncd to allow the *ugor l-< Thp soviet figure was based on be loaded into ships holds. Cm.(he ,„„, |K puli ,.. %  %  Of the IMCI RUSSIANS HAVE LOW INCOMES v (k, om bosnb ni-ilr cnii.tr. oi'M.l.tr Aiiii'rirmi Column: Eve rvone L islens toai • %  — %  I it %  l %  NEW y live bui men m Washington will have ihei, <( ears rocked as keenly g| l\S \\ai;t To Split 667-Brttfch Bank fonpirv Was Budt Up Cy ItaUu.i I MIK UNITED -... i %  %  %  %  in i of downi %  I'III.' Oil. %  Ututed Pa tte rn talks % Wwmm ww t %  organ f IB49, and UM Income ngurea Ini I i ctal Inlurance, unemployment assistance. mei i ei rlci No Meeliii" In House THE meeting ol the Bouaa if which was to have t iken plai *as n..l held ( ; want of I quorum. • were Mr. K. K W klcotl Hr, r, >'GocMard, Mr. J A M.E. Cox, Dr. II. G. Cummins. Mr. H. A. gad The Speaker. %  Id on what H ml Korean Irucc UUka to-naorroe %  re the mem America's Congress, and in the Deal lew days they are gouig to start votinit on l'irequest—and it in a vei %  request—for tough eoone tioion the imme (roni And the action they take on controls Will be taken b> Tnn and the nation as a glgjnlncant index of Congress's mood on a whole variety of other vital matin win-, raadi war—taxes, military spending, and aid to foreign countries urnornt IM& Truman and his top men watch anxiously Kor they know that im media lei.v aJtM M.-ik' peace feeler, the Senat. a Hill even WWakl that was gin ad] U) efPM I Truman had asked for two more vears of stronger controls. The Senate gave hun an eight-months' green light—with roll back prices. In Kaiih Together THI' I'rolestan: I (hanks village. \. Ion. Nothing UBUal there Hut whal %  foi Bta. thi Rev Paul K Iwhit*, the other, just appointed, i^ NVki.. Shelbj Rocks The cooTill; UaTLI TOWN ol Bethgregstlon Is nearly all wl lehim. i rote shuggv it... Cnau sign %  town chartai to iepiac IN rnrviiiws ol Uv the original one Issue,! in 177* md ,.,Hectlons. fashion designer* are %  .it h waa he turn ol imv ,.f i %  I Btaiti Baa Took t>ver I Board cha ^ I oka wai In viola%  the ftj i i i in to dla>. Ive bs div. atlng ItaeU %  •( all %  the Bank 4 t Then KMSCHiN J rough t a happy change alnful to 1'.' Butter Import i %  %  rtval in n ., %  end of Dec 1 %  i .it the Im M Eight Ul "f Blft %  .%  .i ita I %  %  1,000 bau •two baga let ; I %  %  %  I HHcw. imp lain l 1 complete traaal rn*e(ion %  and quKklv rave him bicg iti Joy oi t a month ago. 1 bad %  klJner :.. aid I gei 1 waa ooruu • %  If Urad I triad tnanv rtinrli"" bat wttbou* ffct trial In four nk Kruachea has brousht about a rompleta 1 once mor feat %  Thn Vldn-'Vi* ar* iha nit*m of tbe human t.ody If tl.y become Impurltlea %  •'". im and I i.-iiuu ailmooto la aosrn. I I %  i" ban, .(HKklr in* Kidney* to normal .'tir ra. nmrv .1 am vtimulauvd o that "TM amoolhlr v inipuriuaa and < xaita aro rasularljr .-in* vAfliaa—lint i O y.)iuflt. Ton • aai !>• in Ilia Tbe Kint* Kerc|s %  lof. %  Laaxelle*. the King 1 pi I Uiry. has be< I > would %  reai thai it -..>.gla ii %  i Imppaafble ? lor him HI en%  %  .I ma io mti ii oBea %  I ler given . ] .i search showing "rxHxile rktth' con %  • I port which ". critical of the Civil Aero' '" -' <" 1 """ naulics* Board, the (iovernment !" ,h %  *" Saholuce Killed Out II !tT WHAT BH the series of T> rooked a huge potfplouin i>l—Tit in Newark. N< w Jersey—aCTOI UV York City and eauearj of "vei M.ora.ono? txperta swarining OVOl UU blai kened rite havi ul .ilthouKh ll.eie 4 old ..i tiiin p %  neai laftH %  n wartime immunlUon dump, the) %  IIMII NOTaV AM the Invt '.I %  Upn went mi. lira aw 'i ntn'i %  tor* II mile away. ,,f Vmerl I rpoi .. Olannlni, 1 G annlni i ontrol iftet Uv deatli %  •! A P II IIM9. The late A P Oiannini wasj 55, I* .f Gen <• immlgi anl ..market BJ t be took i in.Hrne i. thirty, in tun laiKe^l in the i It) Thi I %  real cotapetlilon i i" : intereal Howevei II Bank 'ii. which eon^roN civil aviation. ll accuses the board of h. given the smaller ||] IttMl deal. It says they have not calved proper pi narUon n*t cONOBalBBIflAN %  luximo, %  %  : %  i position to anyone trydetermined to eae for him lag to operate without urai tQ en manl aid. teal %  bneTi And therei-irt -av bluntly UMI ho stood behind I If the board's "constanl hart hop pretendln ment" goes on. the smalli'r lm> t.. be all I will be eliminated. n %  Bt.om-Tinic titv „|„, i kneti THE BOOM TOWN. associated with Ameio has come to Washington As a result of the trenktndoUl Influx of peoplr i. %  i'l trart,i>ast ten years, Washing* mitory" — Montgomerji county. Ill nearby Maryland — has had i %  jump of 955 MALT VINtGAR It* Purt Its Brtwed from Mailed Barley V Ittt'.'wiih'a'iia.iM, %  "ill,I., i (wur. fm. ,..-' ai .. l.rairnn.l ai.a -n •* uaM t anla %  >•.'.. '"<• i < aka l V' i 10 UM Feel u.-uU-. in 1 Ooy Vl l.lK, %  M iiiiii no MINI *BI 1-1' FOR QUALITY & FLAVOUR STANDS SUPREME



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Reds Smile As Fifth Session of Peace Talks End: All in Good Spirits U.N. ADVANCE BASU, Korea Jbiy 17 THE Gommur.l^Ls opened with a discus jit j of the items of tii: i proposed previously by the United Ha Clarification of the it initionfl and Iran I a "considerable time", aeeecdlug to an report. Ninety minutes negotiations to a total conference timi 12 mlnntea in the fire meetings. Both delegations appeared MI odspi called for time out for Reds did yestei lay. No armed per tonnel we at the conferen-' Itself today. Just two.-: Communists were seen in the policemen, one directing the virtually non-exi traffic and the other leading e-n ox cart along; a Kaesong street. When thi *Uni senior United NationVk-o-Atlnni.il l I Iff .HIT smilm* ;.s did -'I' %  N %  . • \ . . Tl'.eM. United Nation Supri manner General Ridge the advanea United Nati n • %  % % % %  '-' turned nnd heard thru report %  %  | amounl of [J proxi-cMi brinii made. An Official Kource said that once The! Kremlin lias New Plan For Satellite* l.r >M> IN Jllly 17. %  to tighten in grip on n anl U.N team ) % %  Vice-Admiral C. TurtMl out an gonda with r ' nlat armuitlca nagotia t i Allied delegation may : % %  under the leadership of LI Q eral James A. VM t Einhth Army Conui nd\ the actual terms ir*ks MatVsinan I > %  i kUloa iii face the C wblch ih.' ...I • ..i the UghttnI bt bDMd. lllt „j pu govIM pip w Tiir Km;: irai i-iii. i. n. wards for onotlwf (nil minute, i H.ui.l.iiiin ll tl l'.„ll„ln.-,ll %  ,, ,, I'" I II, van ',"' %  '•'":;'•"" ":','" %  %  ancU of rhc.-rin llrliii.iii .1 'K'"K i'" roard ol bonoui lion ••'" r .,,. The K„u: ,. '" the unknown solriier anrt laid ., „„i i I i r Attli • rearm... partj "p U Miuiii. but verv ery otill-A l Thv. Problem* He rinli ill.ic In the middle of t'.r. .ii"'ri Cad %  three i asalna, M The pn i arc lha ftt phase t the irnuaUoB aftTorl and probably will ei unnouncemnt .>( tin Tlten the aacond phaao will beg] i when Unii--v forei i r lUor kiikii i Hen ... %  U Hill, nil i'i lij-li Bombers On 1 raining FUghU % %  %  % %  11 l.r 4DON, Jul> 11 • i %  i %  dlltUull S|iiu it, | %  %  %  p %  ol %  , . %  mlllten i Qanaan Bearmaaaaal i i Cabinet. i full ipev i Bhead j again m lajhi in 1 %  .. Sojeeeeq l>* Gasperi Julv 17. i linn. I n in aummei real begaj Imm %  '""i i part) leaden to find %  \i. HI., pe 1 Perl -ii .i\ rlrelei %  aid thai u was mere ihnn probofati I I I i .ii. i i*> grven again to 1 might h anotnei b Uh . %  logothi rear-old Chrl Han i h %  Enaudl i when D turn in in. n lignatlon and thoM his entire Cabinet %  dvl i .'inn Th • i ceaaad n f .. i fnj u < %  the North I ctratine ( B>l> •-. I. ...] .. %  >>. \ I site for c ,u locatloi delay. • %  Australia Soutti i i. The uld %  saAre t U I %  %  i Britain Cold Shoulder U.S. Proposals For Spain ; ONDON, July 17. SUGGESTIONS thai ihe United • to mak.some kind of dcfenie UTUigmMnl with Spam Bol ii cold shoulder here. There wew even report* that tl • iked the United States not lo lorm direct alliance witn Generalissimo Franco. Th. British! Labour : ,ment has taken the lead for .1 United Stele0| Soair In Uw North Atlantic Pact. %  whi Hi.. Allan) p 1 SAN I.IIM MARTIN Ex-Presktanl ToFighl Duel HAVANA. Cuba, July 17 Cuba's forme %  ; • : %  i; Si ; Mi rl Senate %  i %  ling i p-ohihit.d In < Pole <>> thei botnbira wilt fly a a,4TS-mll< n % %  Ik, liland %  Shannon i %  %  %  Di ko laland bafore retumlni l . i ly gl end ST, U i i bonibei whtel %  %  %  1 %  coin bombei bulll li Bi 11 i matrh I v I I %  ion <>i %  l %  looks as though Itntish lea will not irai %  %  under th. .vould gel naval be* in return for mllil nnlcs, ll Geor*e C Four Thoiisanil From Norway NEW YORK 4.000 man occupation hattalni for uie bv the United N •epellin^ re earmarked ll Qeneral %  %  %  %  i r %  %  US — Japs In Secret Security Deal WASIUNOTi %  • Authors. I K I %  I range I %  %  t P 21 Hours \\ illioul \n\ I .S. I). Hills WAS1U V %  night If • Amern .. >' hicti enu^d at 7 | i believed I lino Kot full daj %  men % %  la gklrmbai%  %  • K %  %  %  — V V Although • 1 I I liaalaa ail 11 me of Uu i D u || %  ; trying to i %  titiproblarri o In %  Their reccpUe ol Truman' i %  p ...i. r.r. %  \ oleanic iiiasl On Chinese Territon Linked With Disappearance Of Etrilislt Atomic Scientist HONG KONG, Juiy 17. ^N OFFICIAL news agency reporM that a volcanic eruption occurred i area where the SovieU had been i )mic plant. The igencj tdttntid I *: Yutien Cnuntv. a avathein Sinkiang province where the not-n. Bn:. Po&ttOOTTQ who dis.ippeaved k ITOTI Curlam. had been i lai*a|llattfiin The mystery heighten ft' by Ihr 1 reHon trbo are familiar wit? 1 that area s.v-l this is the flrst time they ever heard of volcanic eruptions in the Kwaiurjun Mou< i's, wh-rh run between Southern Stnkiang an which reportedly is i source of uranium or.' %  %  n %  lOUd M %  clang China %  . i | Kil. > in s %  %  three feel II i:< .i Arm i i %  . • %  .. .! ( %  ... 'II in ta lietli m I I* Announce itihi V Deci$lon To-day Rll HOLLYWOOD, Jul) 17. Hay wniil %  I nut .i cleaa fin-mi ol U .mi be *'•• mre aho tun lown AI) Khan t nonth ...iitink period %  %  indication" that the ih ii son i led lturn i(.." inI'nri.i requeat thai •( %  i Uori (' •1.x monlha ha could tn iMi Miotnej Barl 1 uk ITOI nlghl %  • %  with All ittoi Torem | %  %  Hjncomei ,t it %  in I l< He mi K %  %  ,i I relay* Is to Torei U York <'" Tue da; afb t r REO ORDER .. %  %  Ii % %  l IV llah Asks For Pad Reyision WASHIl %  Italian i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  M irlo i %  %  if lha it h.. i%  %  Luciolll To Fight Aggression %  tly 17. Preinii i Sat to HU^MI the frag win Id'g %  have plenty \CM Premier ) % %  .i || R %  %  I I I Jul] IT %  %  %  ; %  %  ii Lick eloaa I %  %  .,.. .i i i ; Lewb Chief < %  %  %  %  %  %  • i'. P. t P The "ADVOCATE" paya for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. Bui ii (in in %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  i. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  % 


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HI DNI -l> IT, JOLT is, 151 B viti: MHIV \i.\... \ • i ru.i: FIVE Leg Holiday jg. Council Consider Grandmother \ol Children Sing For [ oliday Wilh Pay Bill Guilty Of Murder Parents At Convent Prize Giving THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIl i back lo a Select Committee a bUJ for holidays with pay for emplOQ The bill was lead a second time on November 2!t lu-' and wi referred to a Select Committee which repoi Apul I'l this % %  port came Up tor %  %  • rday with the I %  total thi Select Committee May Consider • \< i—Population RUBY LANEol Ri tunond %  %  narged Cou mi Jury found hi n ordering In: rmale child ii\ii w u KA the The prosecution clou .1 to 19 Aftr, thf lura had %  .-tinned iui thanked Jtawmunt c4 Rul Uiyne.HcMl' ibt abouC. H. Evelyn ( oc hei ll wa Iwuld be Iron • %  u too hif. He move.). ordinal %  II iiliiilltv. THI HON. P. i Icrday n., % %  I I loint Bettct I : %  | U %  %  %  : ilvrn .! ii the H „ is All OaaNOg in aarecrmu! with this proposal "he "'nun'.,,. UM Council %  .. u %  <•''• '' %  %  %  %  It) .v vU| I the [.ropesed Select Cca Hul^tn said thai when hecnt Bill cannot In meek i.e. Von K %  houae J **" lo J %  till (I|>_ thing i U had iir. : pioyeea Council to the %  inlon Hi I' -plies had said that he the Bill > %  %  Once ahe had %  %  H i '' select Con tal. Sh that which the la laid 'u-use hedo !l 1 %  i HI i pei i .. %  .. i %  %  ' ,„prove thi hilt. The* aim ' nf RW % % % %  : %  itton i ... killed. %  i %  child In ii i regnant vulh II PARBNTS were ntki d to ipatient with their children the Distribution of IVi/rs ut UM Prepaiatii> Urfultnc Convent yejlerda) "1 m Butte mfV the He it your little children s gongs hgvt I and as much enjoyment as thl dtrtved front thenprtotjcM throng %  > ii ggpecially chore alwa; .n contentment, Ktiety and llghtl %  : i %  Lve p l ae jur e to 11 iwen %  child ti I into iaae. AJ iiuj pla nn ed ai : I Need ''' child who in noted. %  %  t • Uulr thOl I i %  aotivit) Hirosulu <>i ihn .baen dlap I %  %  peeial intereai %  children bj looking ir i 1 I .' II 111'.. %  child, and the Parent'* Incould not i in h regarded dinal lm| %  .1*, 1,1 : Island th > : %  ... • i In vi. w i t thai he had asked leave t n iki %  UM Othet Place in thai coi lectli He had purpoa h numbera but he thought ( %  1 mittee, the Hon H. A. I %  negative in h for the I thi prin%  %  >l.ths I I oaf %  Ha MM: In I,. Other Plac. from that A. 8. Cal %  nand, Mabel Lara* %  aid thai * ttXB bcr mother that i i %  lilted ih %  ihould irleldly. %  The the child 1 i the child, ; m.i %  i the child oil i (..II ,.inch the i 'i doing B'dofl (iiilf Oil Co Continue Sur\e\ II heard anyuung like thai In pit. H lack Rock Sta* bin. non ind reported the In 1 nd should legUx hi n ne lofl Corj cal Bhep II in the k the child out of the pll innc 1 Ci ed b> Mi Malone, Kb which he bought In 1950. On June 13 he W8j I • .kinu told n "' ii hi i mothi i. Afte Oilier Qroupi Muatcftl Enthuahum %  nth u %  p| i.i.i I | u ( ihe Preparatoi j 9< %  chool The Muekel Soi let) I i Keininder Purther, lei "• remind i thai ..ii ebUdran haw i %  intaUlgence me ehildr. %  and quack t.. i m iwlee. a hue .din very, verj aao tently, I .isk you not to too quick to condemn 0Q1 ol the Stall ii lltUa child i> not II ..1 k i: i -I '.illlii like 01 i.Iir other pupils in tho aam< making A too ch ei v> II of _'*> puplli cannot give mdlvlduj %  %  %  %  .. %  . ol ihe .1.1 %  ll .. ettent cannot mal Ihoul tm rk mutl . Lai me aaaure rou thai eat %  %  Preperatoi p Scho dtitkM in i i tioutu and lovltudj %v .t House the regard to Ihe children entrust '" her, IHK with bean and aoul fot ih good of your children ad to bo nnt ,i pi %  %  eel noun %  %  rlvilege i lllty, i") through wot and prayei th< i i waj ol eternal life U) (loo Befon th< Headmtatre <>-\< %  %  %  there waa %  ahorl nvialcal 11 i pupila Montei orl ol Uu rim nm BEST MM >lAll HIS ISA I-OH THREE PLUME MATCHES .V SALE EVERYWHERE xaxgaarimi wa gaCaed in m akn uj regetataaaM to eevei the •! %  Hied ,1 mM „f eil) i.i.n %  < %  •, under the %  aaaQgeu. ounr croups would \jiio.,i. I hi* view M a. Niurrj hoio lit UH Aeuuj Qeeareet aeg me Libour ( niiimi.-.onrr. t id MJ > mconlormily with 1 h. Legal'" Bhneowet, agalaau the Jdncc oi iheea whaea experiem-e and knulcde M.OUI,. have been tJk.u. Ike bill. uhirb U before us to-day. mi sent M the LeiUlature. WJS pawd by the Other Plaee but rejected by this < uumil. hi the rejection of which I m-ide %  ran hag contribution. •'All tl ol thi which I then OU Looked the Same %  .. %  : %  talked iboul anything '' i June 13 Si: U The Barbi conunumg routine MunuograiHiK work which at i ihem ti"-' undrew to i vi.uiny >f Oistln'a Be] w. f Auer, the too much in %  i In order to speed up mlc work, it baa recently been decided to carry on '. % %  • shot hole drUllng work in two nay rlther than one. %  and in itrubti I • : Itc %  %  with ..nd fit poratc siiitenieni 1 ntrtie i hevi lake i Bchool. : Men term end In Bai n gabel Layne and what jiich member hava dliplayed froup from Uv Halt | ml % %  ..in ahoul Uu .n ii"* final Item on Ihe programm ot true. Wler the dlib ibutton of prln The BOCUfed b tinmothei "f ered much progi relattvea who atten.l . i to UW the prl n.. t eal ml (hlbltlon ol orl and i* Ing Iron Mabel 1 hoi bout Una can There are ,, v.. MI chUdren'i vent I to the hone, • Umoi wlthoul numbei when uruinei atari) ol rou lie ke put thomaolvi he bocl ol danger lo protael UiaHi child) ., %  %  ,end Uieli ppfd the house, What the eccu* Id be (( theli tl %  pu] lb during tinpai At thla %  taga Di Stoker w... thai the i net fleeted I from shock. natural for any mothei trying I i nipt %  he laid ... %  r that i %  i..mi What poaaU %  for putting the \ i i the i • den. %  i hn.' 1.1 i to the | i Mention * ber %  %  . %  .... %  %  %  : Mll BOQM oot remembei the time %  i | .. ; %  %  l e II..!: %  pan By all m %  time and 0 il ii ..Ih di •' Idlle .. •I in.i' ..I >iei ii< ,,M i. %  i %  ***** al' every eo/i/r— It clean., preierveg and how it \-k yotif rcLiilcr (or ProncrtN. NolhiO| cl^: is quite ihe MOM. Watch ihe difference n ragka lo your shoes! *? %  '*". v.... iMioiMinrs % %  I IRK A >. Well soon have lhai belter r "*" -ea \ ''' %  %  %  Ki-cpit FOR SPOTS, aruisES, R^ShtS, .B::.'.? i0';?, Etc %  %  Slitlement that lbtb.i | thi* ur 7',. ...nicil |>.>-vtl JI %  %  • both H-i %  i be t*lie An.nlnienls ,. H ll Ruby 1 nil was proceed^ anU d ed with, he would like llic l>.ch lo ihe Ti. Coui %  „t a Hill Ii. .mend Uu\ i • %  %  I 'ill uaj'iiimeil lne J" ,..v ? ,m *"" CplJ" 1 1 Wati ttltuoe of the Bel to Black Rock %  "< '" making thei.,., ... 6 en. bi the ieject Com mittee he Hill wu eomething enS|;n ll|n ,,.,. . lo tMrbadoa and %  Shepherd aw it would be %  i the op true and o %  of the Int Rosaline M. Calls ROS\I INK M name in thi dpi hados. Bu Ro"*line here from St. i %  Barbados. Shotten before as the Leander J. The Leander J. waa twucht ov r i | NevLI — who Bkip] %  again under the name RaeaUne II per'd *ifThe Rosaline M. N tOOnef The Leander J Umr. Th. leeajkei M ,.t— mangoes moat* %  %  :h. i %  %  ; those re. ... Will.it to ihe houae urh holidays is t.. **• :1 | (r • %  K lent of then : -ihIntent it %  i..ne sab on J datioi an ,j Wl • V %  tlUed Juno i be affected by 'aised n 1 dent, fanulj Plegajg Gaill) %  %  .... ... |r 0 I %  %  %  Pi e • riherl P er i od i i < nmbermTe Wfll i> | On face t IDA ON DOCK boat Ida v general n I 'da is ex'*V,'/V/,',Vi'*') T. C. P. J) i HI: IIIII.I.V S.XI-I: i un tit i \rist;irn powerful ind pcgwtraluigi Bermldde, ii run WgaJ no) oiil\ on (IHskill, in tinBOM, Ihnml untl nt iilson tiiken inleriiiilh R| I II \ I S PAIN AMI I'KOMOTIIS RAPID HEALING I IN BALE AT ALL DRUG STORES KNIGHTS DRUG SIDIUS-DISTRIBUTORS FABRICS .!> %  M" III I IO mm IM Wl offer II" al UM vd. .. .. S2.2.', .. ., .. (4Jt .. .. „ OJI .. It .. |UI .. .. .. S7..10 .. .. .. S6.B3 .. .. .. SG:I? .. .. .. na .. CAVE SHEPHERD & (0.. LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET YOUR INSPECTION INVITED &f


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| HE Communisis opened the first session today B AL DOL IN voleanic eruption occurred las Fay ae
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with a discussion of the items of tho acenda | f J area where the Soviets had been re ted erectin
proposed previously by the United Nat eam. | KK) TI IRONED an atomic plant. The agency identitied the a
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Clarification of the definitions and transiatious too” 4 Yutien County, a southel n Sinkiang province
a “considerable tims’’, according to an aie ali Arne of Relvians Weare Sperprted, British atomic. salparies, Bysne
report. \ ‘© ne ee 7 Pontecorvo who disappeared behind the Tron
Ninety minutes of _ cing today ran the ic USSEL Curtain, had been roported supervising atomic
negotiations to a total conference time of 14 hours} ,,Si"s, Bavtoum ae a instaliations,
12 minutes in the five meetings. | Belgi x¢ ‘ J The mystery heighten od by the fact that travellers
Both delegations appeared in good spirits. Nobody), who are familiar with that area said this is the
called for time out for separate coliierences as tie] first time they ever heard of volcanic eruptions in
Reds did yesteriay. No armed versonnel were soon Ea PHEORS MN the Kwanglun Mountains, which run between
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at the conference sits itself today. Just two armed jria Frese Southern Sinkiang an which reportedly is a rich
Communists were scen in the area and they wee | source of uranium or: ]
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policemen, one directing the virtually non-existent}: a st clint ahi al | U.N Pi SH]
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traffic and the other leading an ox-cart along 2a : well by plane
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Kaesong street. He was cheere. for full min- i4ICHBLLE GODDARD daughter of Jolin Goddard, W.I ickot ptain, ro v her pri om Fr , The « fic ial age va a pol es the 0. N 3 ed > MT Ei S
When the meeting brok« ut ute by more than 1,00) hinh Bel Morrison at the Ursuline Conyont sori and Propa ry Prizo Giv fternoon t that the first eruption ox Syed of A
senior United Nations dele ss Pe i gian dignitarie parliamentari- Ursuline Convent 3.50 today followed by loud ex EIGHTH*ARMY, Korea
Vice-Admiral C. Turner Joy came | ii 4 i 7g) ] ans and fore diplomats in t plosior Ibservers here recall Hundred 0 1
out smiling as did all othe ‘United’ 1 i € m in Chamber There were cries of hyp Breviou indication Py ft nto ; micas ‘i ou a Re i 20
Nations negotiators, North Korean: ™T ent le roi!’ Then Baudouin RI¢ y i ERS CLASH ee ae AG 7 activity in yuthern Sinkiang : low the neutralized tru be pay of
smiled but the Chinese were las New Plan jsat down on the throne and be- The Reds |} , , stagin: | Kaesong i f
ar 2 giipr.:te live y sa rm - 1 LOK ave been stag OnE on 1¢ f }
ees | mn tovdetiver he snon WITH POLIGE es Crisis: Qn | 35.53 eno tee Ee 2 ni
Inited Nations Supreme Com-| 7 ' ° te BaIC, ut mys at + for skilled wearkmen who United Natior
: . | > service > ni 2 rier A | . ch ark i m a Nat ri oy
mander General Ridgway was a i oi Satellites oe ore of - nation of Bel \ BEIRUT, Let July W S U k R rahe 1 ( being offered premium wages | laily. There was no official )
the advance United Nations c m)! leona uring the course of my) Armoured cars patrolled the e e e ° € al LOnS x0 Sinkiang for three year f the mea
to greet delegates when they re-; LONDON, July 17 x: “ ‘ cores} had to face the!streets of Beirut, following the ’ Red Army ig also construc ments, arc 1 Kae
turned and heard their confidentic! Communis: parties in Eastern | MOSt tragic events in its history. !riots touched off by the assassina- 1 NY n in extensive canal sy ter vhi bh followed an Eighth
" | LONDON, July 17
report on the exact amount of|Europe have been ordered by { He added: “I bow myself before |tion of the ex-Premier of Leba- INTE _ ‘ ma there ostensibly for irrigating innouncement that at least 27
I ts | | ; a ae | BRITISH Labour Prime Minister Cle t Attlee hara:
progress being made. |Moscow to tighten their grip on| those who have given their life for } t El Solh in Am! t | oy Ae eee em ment Attlee harassec | desert with mountain stream Communi t divisior a hes, = Seas
‘An official apuree'said that ealthe life f satellite states and! their country. But throughout the | ma } Some 2,000 follow-}.. 2' NOME by Por les and his own Left Wing Labour Part: Observers pointed out howeve. | rus shat. o the Korean fro
the present U.N. team head Sovietisation according | Xperience, Belgium s_independ- |¢ f Solh clashed last naght with! members on Tuesday faced a full fledged crisis in Anglo th ut large supply of runnis rT frontline stren
Vice-Admiral C. Turner Joy worl ‘ iron curtain publica- | Fnees Peete water in- th police and the Syrian Nation- American relations It has been questionable for some time ter so necessary for atom 720,000 me
: y ' é tallit ‘ ae egrity, as well as the » Con arty memt sever ; F . atic —U.P 1 itor ! one con
out an agenda with the Commu- | ton itellite states have also | 3G Sy aan ec eate rst er or | j nbe Several how much longer Attlee could hold on to the Government installations U.! i. thi ree platoons and on
nist armistice negotiators, a new;eon Ins tructed to adjust their, " ill to hoe raaly ise ae a jper ie reported killed Unless some drastic ‘chang ‘1 t ay of ¢ oe mad were key
Allied delegation may be forme?| economic plans for the “closest },, ” Mn nimam-)| The body of thé ex-Fremier cur soon the Anglo-/ rican } eee Owes: Nea Mey Shihee

= ne ‘|S Tao tained. He adde “My fe ar , in the Anglo-American > ; o s
under the leadership of Lt. Gen-| possib-e c sopere tion with Russia | jeer me ere ees i I 1.0 Wa a yes iy, Was ex- crisis and Attlee’s own, the cri Seeks Statesm: 1 T Announce Rita’ $ round Red defen . Pent biceil
eral James A. Van Fleet, th2| and step up output above earlier | will be scrupulously faithful in Satire ted to be bre back here! should reach a climax this fall ' re | - . Deci ision To-da T! >. te en : a ant

‘ x |} dcterm 1 > »vels 7 7 Oly te , Q@S- ly plan } Ort The ates | > a ! cle ce : )
Eighth Army Commender, to write} dc‘erm-ned target levels. | suring the happiness of the coun- eee eee The Leba~} In October Attlee will face the Speege 1 D » G: 1 of yi y | Kaesons Re a ene =
the actual terms for the end of the; goth moves are held by lead-! ttY.” ci ss eae ae ment ant aera three} annual Labour Party Conference | ‘ UECEEL ( rasper i HOLLYWOOD, July 17 Welfons attack during cease! re
shooting. He dondiedle i Bags The King was cheered : days of mourning for the ex-=jin Scarborough at which Aneuri Rita Hayworth's divorce de | No rest ee

irg experis on eastern aftairs a he King was cheered after= | oftici i who will t iy tatel a1 ANGCUEN R * ; en tita Hayworth’s divorce deci+ | talk Nov restrictio oply t
; ficial who wi e given a ite! Bevan who auit Attlee’s Cabine tOME, July 17 ion will be announced Wedne » R
\e un indication of the new Kremlin; Wards for another full minute. ! poy pa) Te G nent! ‘ 1 , ibinet) = president Luigi Er rat 1 2 announced on ding h fed «=held zone uth ane
The First Phase : ey orate as , | Shortly after the speech, Baudouin | i Res ni Geverament aid’ to lead left 4 g revolt Inst | 4, . 1aual returne iay morning in New York Cit outheast of the ci th la

; gen te sole its position e hind left Parliament Ae badin chty. cir it at it had dec ided against hold=)\the rearmament programme wiil | de Rots ees his summer resi-}and a close friend of the actre ‘ommunist holding in South Ko

The Soviet U.N. delegate, Jaco| the iron curtain in view of sigMS! Giitous tour back to the palace, | tng a popular funeral for fear of| try to seize party leadership j dence and began immediate con-}said he was sure she turned {rea but United Nations patrols
Malik, proposed in his original of slac kening and subversive poli-| through streets lined with thous-|“"% " demonstrations The’ Bevan’s group is small, but ver \eher tate with Italy's elder states-}down Aly Khan’s plea for a six} have refrained from any brushe
ceasefire suggestion, that the “field 7 rent ape oe ‘ands of cheering Belgians. More state funeral will permit. strict cal and very anti-American, | oy er We a leaders, to find a nonth waiting period, with Communists there as th
comoander” should work out the; ,, EE ORES SACO arta ie easter? |tian 10,000 Belgian _ soldiers | °°*. rnment control : rear to Premier Alcide De] Friends said “there is ever 1ikks go on. The Reds ha
actual armistice, since those talks Sens | ee aniieins al Pane : indication” that the shapely sta>|lived up to their agreement to pull
will deal primarily with military: purges of top government postSithe youte. The King stopped | 1" an said that Premier Solh ha 1 ‘ 17e I roblems bhai itary circles said that }will le shortly for Nevada to |all their troops out of the neutral
matters, ‘to mass deportations have been | briefly-at the Belgium’s tomb. of| been a sinated by members oy “ \( Was more thon probable that the |fle for divorce. They sald ghe|Kaesong eircle and soldiers have

The Reds gave no indication ot! linked to subversive activities in}the unknown soldier a laid | the Syrian Nationalist Party. One lor weeks, the strain in Ang)» hennee would be given again te}apparently decided to turn dow not been in evidence from the road
how long it will take to draft the various spher es of the satellites j wreaths. He rode in an open Cad- “4 =. - sins, bry Cabrial, or a relations increased wit 1 Cee eh = Cnn ned Prince t request that sh when United Nations convoy
agenda of the programme on political, social and economic life. | iNae in the middle of a three car euitke iae ri ci oe by nam cere fe re Here are ju 1} eS * Sadting eae 7 ao een ean ag ocak eee fe ee ied into a city But nite d

pint > actus seasefire talks - co A saravan.—U.P. ) ‘ second man, a ale e 0 1 major yrobler : a : ye P > gov- m 8 » coul Oo wo} Nations natre have potte un
vee tes oe Ml ceakefire talk First indication of the tighten- | aravan.—U.E | tinian attempted suicide The| making Anglo-Amer idan ot ernment before calling the 70-yher back Idreds of Red troops well back

Fic: -snieaaad setings @ o| ing of the Soviet grip came from saieeiestataneeicnesiinemanes driver of the assassination car. difficult year-old Christian Democratic Rita’s Attorney, Bartley Crur: ;from the road
ag eee aii Pravda, | escaped, The Syrian Nationalist} Spain: Britain has taken | ider was flying to New York from [ U.N. patrols on the east and
jun reeks will ef i with the! An editorial pointed to the Party wos outlawed in Lebanon | unusual step of stating officially | Enaudi was at his summer villafHollywood on Tuesday night to} central front hammered awa

p abl; y ne itt o sa 1 . Can : ftey + attemnt \ , ' 7 45 miles north of Ro yh ~idiscu detail of hes eeision t Cor i t pos }

a z : j ‘vanguard role of the Communist ift i mpted to overthre and publicly it oppo ans : 101 Rome, when Ds ; 4 N Mt i posili i
ae NE OF the ieee as parties in the new life of the peo- | fhe Ciavarhinent tepatorca UP. Prilitusey’ WiTlenee oo an Sc i Gasperi called on him last night to with Aly’s Attorney Charle rucsjay pushing shead ;
a = ae phase will begia ples’ democracies | | : Atlantic pact ’ re. | turn in his resignation and those | Forem | miles on the coast in Kanson;
when Unitec Jations and Com- a “a Wa ; | noes cd ANE gy. yd erry ry 1 of his entire Cabine F Crum said he and Toren yuld area. North north t of K

Pa prs The second hint came from} | United States is } Hireet | OF ut ntire Cabinet, ‘ ; | ; san
munist | delegates start point by | the Cominform journ’} which in | | ago si Hiaern ant a “ob dir ’e Gasperi formally advised me L on Wednesday m ening | song far ranging United Na
point discussion of the items on the) study on Poland, flatly said that | | ritish Bombers witins> td isan rt, being | the Chamber of Deputies today of }!en, issue a joint announcemer | tions patrols had two bri
agenda. I OE re v | ide = =economic Ind | his Government's resignation. The of Rita’s decisio He said “Rita clushes with the Re

g ing was now based on se f mn | milit aid fo ) ' ate ghation Ol lA ate Tae i ° ‘

Members of the present United] fis vaauate bi ae saa ( bn T rainine Flights | tA mt ae if fs SI alr against air| chamber promptly recessed to old me her deci lon on Monda On the central front Allied |
Nations delegation may continue, git g: , , . ae) pttts | AVG!) DASEs IN Spain await the formation of ane ght I relayed the decision |*rols advanced nearly two mile
to handle the second phase of t! the U8 Sk. _wup.| LC NDON, July 1 2 German Rearmament: — Unite), Cabinet without detaila to Torem in New | north of Kumhwa, Sotth of tt
ceasefire talks but as part of aa >| “2 ‘| Britain annsiince 1 “ . 5 : a t _ mtate is pressing full speed ahead | The crisi farted fron tI % ae pra p aey, oe ’ I ly ta Re nf ipply neat it ae v

| an: a 3 oO sw that = : Be W scuss dets w ee li inited Nations 10 who we
expanded team under the leader- ze i Arctic training flights on Tuesda | ¢ se te a anges Big Fou 1 eek-end resignation — of the | him.—UsP Sarg " ow . ant hich ease n : tk :
ship of General Van Fleet. will send a British bomber ré antes erie nave broken do | treasut Minister Guiseppe oil ‘ ’ Waals} ie

vi Fleet has visited the United | sa 3 553 ' ye o ie the Nor! [aoe an early agreement, on Pella, owing to what he considere 1 Lee CRD Se Ban rove Be

an et has visited : : : Pe gr 4 ng 3,553 miles over the North! creating German division , inicea ae Lats ; I INDIA—PAKISTAN vo Communist squads with
Nations advance base below) ua y itis 1 4ainp Pole to land at the American air-| w ; . , Tt of Nis “ae trouble. There continued but light
Kaesong to talk things over wit! 1} base in Alaska. Four other bomb-! eer eee fen fense of the lira’ economic poli SITUATION CRITICAL \ratrol action on othe front aye
Joy and his team and is keeping} o Ses ers will fly a 2,478-mile triangular taney &0 britain has agreed in| program of limited govert SYDNEY, July 17 | Bad weather kept do Allied
in close touch with the ceasefire} C oming i po mie 4 | course from Keflavik, Iceland vl eritk oe, le om never looked |ment spending and — restricted Pakistan High Commissioner trikes.—U,P.
4 ke i - fr inal Sha ) and o he eas t omplete favour on the - | credit Australia Y f Haroo told a SaaS
agenda talks from his front line ONDON, July 17 Shannon Island off the east coast | , ene he re-| ; ri usu aroon, f
post. Simu oy. ee ered of t the | of Greenlane and then acro \ for alot, Germany a militar De Gaspert who upported|}ress conference on Tuesday that | 3 DIE IN TRAIN SMASH
# British Filn Lady ith the! Greenland to Goodhaven o1 Di °| Sa ‘ hiasdth Pell polies atrempred to per-|relations between India and Pak-|NEW HAVEN, Indiana, July 17
, -| British BS aD et eet Island before returning to Ic elm anian ot iis is one ef the | suade him to withdraw his resis istan are moving toward ‘ A freight trai ammed into t

On Right Tracks } pee. ae os Paes meet The fierts ater anhediled most difficult issues because ir ination et a hectic Cabinet meetin violent crisis He said “it ji 1} side of ipa sankey ee ee oie t

ightengale, pioneer spite i s \ saat A whi eae ad ai an : 2 : 2 a passeng ain, last nigl

It red fror comedies will be given throughout tween July 21 and 27, the Air Min- past Americans have never ! aha When Pella refused to)matter of days and hours }killing three persons and injurir

+ APLERTSS e. 5 i sh yo hae a 4 1 Se tember s iid. The bomber which their view that the British } | budge, other minister turned He warned that unles India j11, All four cars of the passeng
available here that it may be some; the Commonwealth ep he : SAN GRAU MARTIN mak trans-p la trips rom the problem badl the resignations and De Gasperi; promptly withdraw her troop|train were shoved th ’

ss Anche ase f mis- | 22 "he i] starring / a ak ra Ohad s fre ‘. r w i Over ne
ane Y eras og n ied pion Neagle will na ivi Scat Sits y. ° grouy of advanced bases at I Pere |" USpICIO u n a ee ise-—-U jccncentrations on the Pakistan |and overturned I train

ice neetings are nae and ; Neagie * Bi 1 . nae, = : lh, 99 \ iritish « t t t + one eee it ig! A w > t r r

: aaey . = ; Asatratis Ik P ~g Greenla July 22 is the ((Ari juarters tha he An {border fighting might break out! bound from Toledo to Fort Was
sat peack ne pine ap t ee ie w “bes "f can a aoa X= resident a long range version of the Lir Cims are trying to ‘muscle in’ 1 jat iny moment UP. Indiana U.P.
S — Tee Aas: Wai well! Africa, India, Pakistan, Malaya, T Fi I D | coln bomber built in Britain to Perrone + Iran. : Arrest $ uSspec tin
§ as on Pog : match the American B-29 iP eception o resider , Pees
as agenda meetings since ¢ range | Malta The Bahamas Ceylon oO ig nh ue : : ’ Truman’s special envoy W a erelt | I | Ki li
in location would bring éurther Sot a West Indies, Hong eat ate oe mi ei l Am pussador i img or an an ts e Jane
delay | Kong, and Singapore. j HAVANA, Cuba, July 17 F cool. U.P e oo ae i
Wnt? > ¥ ire my LIMA era, July 7
When Tuesday’s mecting of the | Princess Eliz-beth and the Duk pl 1 ee eae : rye chai- 2 h Hours W ithout Soda Police id "th it 7 th x rw
en esady 5 Tee oe : + } will nd. the enged a Senetor ‘o a duel yester- ‘ " . ‘ eo e
two delegations began it started'cf Edinburgh will a a rrested man identified
in an atmosvhere that indicated I i premiere on the ¢ Nea " ie challes ke prompt! Any U.S. Deaths Ital ; Asks For Antonio Pe 6 Cacere 6 O 4 d y 1 i y y ress i a > i R
ge 3 the lep Cana CP) yh ae Pp : L uspect ir j . , f .
@ On Page 3 : oe accepted, Former President Ram- WwW ASHI} NGTON. July 17 rc y & wy |
‘ 7 ‘ Vacla f ~“ —<
2 sibaasanne jon Grau San Martin nt hi e Arn evealed on Tuan > . ) te at
onnioat } ] y al ) 1 . Pert t | ‘
Sohte ti) eae! Manator Pelnyd higts 4h one. Ameri I act R wWic gel | AMMAN, July 17
fe ‘ ne + \c ervo Navarro when Grau's ire gsoldic va ed in action inf evision he: 7 fa ty | Premier Samyr Pasha Rifai appealed for arms and }
Britain Cold Shoulder ve SO ee by published a e- Korea during the 24-hour pet | WASHINGTOD bod foun esterdi to guard the free world’s “back door” in the Midd }
—_ ++ ” ‘ uervo uel- oY ASHING N
time i rohibited i Cubs ‘bt t yeti song ope’ Piteet fica | ss isked the United States |’ ‘ ed against Communist aggression Rifa uid that A
Y yf Fi Yr ae : 1 ; is believed to be the frst. time|5n Tuesday to di lk ‘ L The Police ma no furth ations have plenty of good fighting f {
( ] s, CL in duels are not unusual here. since Korean feht gin mor ay to drop clauses in t , Aout Do nations have plenty of gooc fig ing men bu ha
oe Pr OpOsa s or Sp U —C.P. than a year ago a full das Italian i ce treaty which limi Li ’ d a 4 j aa ; t a need are weapons and military assistance. He said in ai
sod. atten ida er armed forces to 300,000 me . Cen BNOt 10 i { w ‘sve Arab states realise tl ‘
NT 7 I thout ) An é 7 ‘ nm ( ce s . erview “we Arab states realise . rte » of defend
LONDON, July 143 | i in Sattle me es The United tate replied n I : ! as ae ae ing ourselves cael ae Mi ire concen a : ! +} eh
: A athetically to the Ital OW which authoritie yO lie 7 selves api St any aperession. We KNOW WIth pos
SUGGESTIONS that the United States may be ready sii mie Army said some men were}?# talian reques'| were dealt wit a rt tia fale Gath ;
_—_ | c C t i ye v } ings fror which ec 1 it may come
te ike some kind of defense arrangement with Franco US Japs In Se crel * 1 in small-scale skirmish-} #04 Indicated it will consult ot Police said that MatLen hor ~ ee ee Tee
Spain sot a cold shoulder here. S ity Deal which persisted despite} Western Powers on how ») was lying near an aband aad | Vit Ve see Ree
gotac Ss. >. re pg ° ‘ r. Tr treaty ce Se ‘ 7 eee “ : Bpanmonea ¢ ry ' ccomp! t lef
ey. Securit ea tice talks at Kaesong But|weaty can be changed ts a eebiaks ; } orev ° ai accom} efence
There were even reports that the British had specific- ; J scene very low.” | *.Mario Luciolli, Charge D’Affai et eee tees Se ees Fruman Will Visit | bu: initiat neip must be in
ally asked the United States not to form direct alliance wAeEINO aes, July 1 —uUP of the Itelian Emba formally |recently returned frot "labios | jform of militar weapot
with Generalissimo Franco. The British Socialist Labour) mises iv ar es Metts { go equested the treaty revision pric to assu iood Ravaged Area; apes ls to” enat :

Government has taken the lead for a iong time In OppOS!-) intends t ee Te eieaat ae eoee ae 1 conference with Secretary o | Amba ike’ aNttida ih Mcuade bili Yresou

v3 : ; 1, fae. the. inclarei ¢{! . ey 4 RED ORDER state Dean Acheso He ss also a former rf KANSAS CITY lissouri ANtAR
tion to the United States proposals for the inciusion OF | tails of wrrangement } Luciolli. told Acheson “with|man.——U.P ; ing _ | Rifai who also | i
Spain in the North Atlantic Pact. pact witt t ) \ ly 17 Aevi¢an help Italy hasiachie ; ee ae: ; July 17. jover the portf
Now it looks as though British wt Secretar f Sta 1948 aoe t I | Eust ent{full restoration of democracy an . ame rat will ~o Foreign Viinister €

ale icbarthinan. es 4 ialinheen it ne security arrange mn i ‘ I to | take ' ack. el niin ae we Bah ¢ Y ington - and] time was running ou ;
eet seems ty ed € : ; be i “| sists of two entirel j ref i only ir for th Fars f a. 1 r Lid lo Schools Hoke ally inspect the t €X-| those whe re ;

kind of direct arrangement where- , tl ivoured the -| ments, one iota aa , « i ; . r o Gen ( v | -ensive flood, whic close] + $

; ; . a ; iments, one of ( t i¢ Leade of he ’ > " Bes ime t he Al

under the United States would get ss ae 1 é Portu-| xt , t a re = ° of ] ‘ Semmror his home at, Independer :

> mi ¢ > t y r t w he othe ; ce ¢ Ip, ¢ viet Ru t | ; & . help themse t i

naval bases and air rights in Spain ' Eise we ow 13 vat ea Sick | t I anne the : ( t s Up Ne Ww i remiret | uri Truman will "A ove! bee of ; : ite rs a ,

im return for ‘ilitary equipment tat ataeke UP 7 i ean ce : ¥ PARIS. J $750,000,000 flood ravaged . find tne dirnpetst ;

for Franco's armi cals el Nehru Replies To | Diste, verwoon Socialists an] £,.8ith, Major Generel Lewis] roam.” he sa

General George C farshall Sed 1 lic Popular Republicans o Pick, the Chief of the U.S He said the efforts of Ay
it tary that) | >» sm ’ e tat 146 ohuire hool | .«rmy Engineer The flood rolled Mai t build the 4 -
ae. honstisla,s ihe cate Fi li of U N A g >| Pakistan Premier [7it.otoncn on Tuesday’ y eM At Stl fone be taker -
1 ble That % % ed i here ( :
y 7 hl j so unear & ti ter Ma : t t t
Four Thousard onst to th nevit I € tion i ipinos or el ef i my ; IEW DE LHI, J ly 17 | : : ts { ips red ; . } AY
shout So lusio A officia yurces | : : ' { riv u
r 7 Sur | N uy - .-s I ) maey rl ! ir pable
* , | Atlant } | EW YORK, July i Council 1 ymme iti N i ( t t I i floc .
From Norway | ed #. + SP mind ie Whey sme page pae the Pi Conse ‘already flooded. Stockyard: | yyy
NEW YORK, July 17. | Nations on Tuesday tha id that the status of the moveme Inc } 40 feet h See bated Arab La I
Norway pledged on ay its| A ee : eu ; ‘ to furth Paki pr t was expected at St ,

4.000 man_ occupation rece | g Filipino tro in K ders ed on T ‘ I es Friday. —U.P. "eee Ang Sen

i lus one extra batta A. , : ould be pe r I cor ‘ ( i c th il Obse } e } ea

he United Natior | To-day’s for, United ervice ur g te of Net te ram to K iatior hict Arab
epe ture gpressor Tt I terr r A der the } liable ‘ a b. ite £ othir Gree

a rye tee Weather Chart vd el | . The “ADVOCATE” |] sna Turkey receive

yene 1 1 Secon, Gar is In a letter to Secretary G { ell Pr pays for NEWS We «

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PAGE TWO



Caubh Calling

JOE STAUBLE



vir n B





Oth are due
1 to-day, Mrs
owns Stauble’s
Fernando, Dur
bados, they
of Mrs. Beatrice
‘op Rock. Mrs,

Mrs. Lashley are sisters

Back to Canada
ISS PAM REED,
Mrs. Lilian Reed
who had been in
ice June 16th on
tives returned to ¢

veekend by T.C.A.
Leaving by the same








Mr. Johnnie I who has gone
to Canada to settle.
Routine Visit

M* HARRY LEE, Security

Liaison Officer in Trinidad
and Lt. Frank Sonntag U.S
Naval Intelligence attached to the
U.S. Naval Base in Trinidad who
arrived from Trinidad on Mon-
day morning on a routine visit
returned to Trinidad yesterday
afternoon by B.W.1.A.

She Signs ‘Nancy Oakes’

ye she
Nancy Oakes,

the late Sir Harry

Ailsa 10

ing
were

goes,
daughter
Oakes,

nd

nave

to returt
Stauble’
Bakery
their
the
Lashley

Stauble and

daughter
f Fonta-
Barbados
a visit to her
ida ove!

‘plane was

Mis

Canadian mining millionaire,

Eunice Lady Oakes, of

Bahamas,







documents,

of

ana
Nassat
hote

1














registers and forms with
maiden name
How is this, when she
formerly known as_ Countess
Alfred de Marigny? She is in
London now—as Miss Oakes. Mes. Taylor Ritter, pictured in London,
The answer is that Miss Oake
er mee Tie | Serotrees. anes UBURN-HAIRED Mrs, Ritter
marriage to De Marigny was ahs’ deemed foeck ith natiteae
annulled by the Supreme Court in the United State ts in London Jomeipes Jockey
of New York State. The decrec with ‘her | rofiliedaire hui band R oR NEWMAN
of annulment has been in effect tani Ritter. She 34 “MM 7 i 7 i
since February, 1950. It voided 10! itter. She 24 wriv va from Trinidad on
: , the early fifties Monday to ride in the B.T.C’s
the marriage from its inception Three years ago Taylor (her Summer Meeting for Mr. K. D.
a = oy ns tee first name) Ritter was a New Edwards. He is a Jamaican
obligations _ 0 he mariage in york actress Ritter forme: i
1942, kitchen boy from Hungary, first Tuning the Chorus
There were no children, suw her at a cabaret. Soon they
were married. Now they have a USICAL DIRECTOR William
Not Much Left st a aole thontheck. Haaker planned to hire boys
se ce Ritter is a hotel owner His to clear bullfrogs out of Virginia
ILFRED R HODES, fortune began in the fur busi- Rush River so that they would
Yorkshire and England jogs Now he has nine cars. His not disturb the Blue Ridge
cricketer, has left Moorfields poppy is collecting foreign cars Mountains festival.
Hospital after an operation “Her hobby is collecting me,” But when he struck q note on
glaucoma. he quips about his wife. She is the stage piano at the river’s
Che surgeons saved what sight the daughter of a Polish mother bank, the frogs burst into a
was left; they could not restore snq Dutch father. She wears a throaty croak in C sharp. Direc-
what had already gone. And not ping with _ diamond as big a tor Haaker was so pleased that
much sight was left. Rhodes wore thumb-nail =L.E.S. he is going to use the bull-froe
dark glasses, was helped down chorus in his programme.
the steps to a taxicab by two e ‘
nurses, niet Tenggration, oerntet : Incidental Intelligence
But Rhodes, 73-years-old, wa M’ Immigration OM in Trini WRITER friend of mine pro-
still brisk alert. He will con- dad is at present in Barbad for vided in his will that he be
valesce at his daughter’s home at ppyout six weeks’ holid He cremated and that ten per cent.
Burton-on-Trent, And then? arrived on Monday by B/W . of his ashes be thrown in his
“T’ll watch a bit of cricket,” and is staying with Mr. and Mrs, agent’s face.~U.S. author Donald
said. “I can’t see well, Just Wocdley Anthony at Battery Clark
make them out, you know,” House, St. Lawrence —L.E.S.
‘inhalants sagen aassitibbaaitaitiy
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7MHE

what I
has led
why the

said yesterday.
some inquirers
egg could not be
in an upright position

the joists.

Here we wave red teal,

In this is a plain hunch,
Mabel's upset by little credit,
Under the shadow of death.

(7)

Seacne

epithet for part of it.

Down
Robot. (9)
Stair mice upset for a truce,
zeather borer. (3)
Enveloped (6)
Hil they all
wholesome fashion,

(4)



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(9)

Follower ot
It's

, aes enc

Arius,
A point scorer,

(5)
(3)

Crow &

to

Stre abismus Says

(7)

sage wishes me to correct



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Wavy is no longer suitable as an

(9)

get mixed up in

Mound that could be a barrow. (7)
From @ noun Cella used, (5)

Would test any player's 6kill, (6)
Roy's shed conceals them, (8, 5)

Solution of vesterday’s pans. -— Across:

} Nest: 5,
Ps ter, 11,
News i6,
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Cab Kanks; 2, Onus;
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BY THE

this could be done ina
sense, but that the upright posi-
tion might well be the downright
position, unless one had previous-
ly settled which end of the ege
was, in reality, the top end. An
egg between joists is no more
likely to be the right way up
than the same egg in an egg-cup
or balanced on a solid sur
The fact that it is held between
the joists in a sloping position is
an admission that the categorie;
of up and down, or top and bot-
tom. in one of which the ege will
ultimately be placed, are at pres-
ent unresolved

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Skeletonette

S I passed iwo girls, one said
4 to the other, “I like it be
cause it makes me look skinny.’
Oh, admirable honesty! Not
“slim.” you notice, but kinny.”
A shade more honesty, and the
word becomes “scraggy” that
present-day ideal of beauty to-
wards which our women move
in a t, hopeful herd, like
beasts going down to a waterhole

Narkover Fees

rFTHE present quesiton of higher

public school fees does not
touch Narkover, where the finan-
cial arrangements are left fluid

Parents pay what they can afford,
unless the Headmaster has some
hold over them There are many
anomalies. For instance, the son
of a rich man, even if he is
awarded a scholarship, pays
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that he comes to an arrangement
with the Headmaster, may pay

nothing at all in fees, while a poor
parent who, as it were, plays his

cards wrong, may have to pay a
very large sum — though mort-
gages are not frowned upon.
There is, for instance, a certain
senior master who holds mort-
gages,on the homes of four boys
Shortage of Donkey Meat

HE attention

of Agriculture
called to the
for human
Minister made
vin him fame,

of the
was
import of
consumption
a reply that should {
He said that only
a small number of donkeys was
imported for this purpose. Per-
haps mules are unobtainable

Ministry
recently
donkeys

New Bridge
morning the

ee ie
of the convex

young inventor
horse-bridge sets sail from Bex-
hill for Bombay, where he will

construct, on Malabar Hill, one of
these bridges

Interviewed ye
vealed that the

sverduy he re-
idea for the bridge

came to him when he noticed
that canges surfaced with sphog-
num roxite shrink in hot cli= }
mates He therefore substituted,
in an experiment conducted in an

overheated shed

welt-shaft spankers
the ordinary Denison-Blake jacks
and encased in tubular catpots.
Under the curve of each migot a

canges with
curved over

small bropper-feed was inserted,
to connect with the figels by a
roller tension rod with © stack

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PRINCESS Elizabeth’s October
visit to Canady will make Norman ar < |
Hartnell a busy man. Not only Welcome, Princess if
must he create exclusive design | }
for he Princes suits, dresse 1
sata, cocktail oud evening gowns. + |
but many mat-rials will 4 to »
be specially obtuinec and dy . |
Hartnell spent several hours at
Clurenee House the other after-
noon talking to the Princess about

hor Wardrobe. She is the only one

of his customers to see the closely

piarded secrets of his export col-
lection, due to be shown in Lon-
am en duly 24. Designs chosen
will have to be withdrawn froin
the collection avd veplaced during
the next fortnight.

Sage green, the colour the Prin-
e>ss fas worn recently so suecoss-
fully, is likely to figure prominent-
ly in her Canodiah wardrobe. It |

fw more flattering than the soft
pastel pinks and bluec she has
fivoured in the past.

Most of the meteérials will be

smooth, cut en slimming lines and
there will be lavish touches of the
new spot-procf, crease-proof vel-

et.

Hartnell likes to do most of hi¢
designing qui tly at his Regency
house, which stands in the News
Forest surrounded by paddocks,
woods and lake. One day he wants
to build a small Greek temple on
the island in the middic of the
lake—‘‘when I find time to design
it.”

Shaggy Dog Hats

THE Princess's hats will be de-
signed by Danish born Aage Thaa-
rup. He has lready completed a
number of his ai tumn models and
if the Princess chooses any of
these they will be withdrawn from
the collection. All the Royal hats
must be exclusive.

Thaarup is using a lot of bear-
skin felts, like the eye-catching
Trooping the Colour model. Most
of his autumn materials are long-
haired vélours, fringed velvet and
plush. “Shaggy dog models,” he
ealls them.

As they contain silk and reflect
the light, colours are stronger than
usual including all the wonderful
jewel shades in Gothic church
windows, There will be few veils,
many jewelled buckles and hat-
pins, and ostrich feathers used in
a new way, split and tailored over
the base of the hat and then veiled
with tulle.

Less Make-up

THE Princess will find
dian fashions less elaborate
ours,

When I visited Canada recently
I made these notes:

Outside Montreal few
wear hats in the daytime.

Black is not the traditional win-
ter town colour as it is in London

Cana-
than

women

Simon pulls at the bell chain and
listens. “‘ Nothing seems to be
happening," says Rupert Let me
have a go." He pulls harder until
he is swinging on the chain, bur
there is no sound of any bell. Simon
helps him back to the bridge in

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said President Truman. They
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more popular among the smarter,



younger set than here.

Women wear ake-up, and
are more modest in their style of
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1951



Bulk Handling Of Sugar
Will Reduce Costs

ACCORDING

to the Producers’ Review (Queensland) bulk

handling of sugar if successfully applied in Queensland
could reduce the cost associated with the transport of sugar

in that State by between £1 m. and £2

m. a year

It is pointed out that bulk handling would eliminate bagging
machinery and processes at mills, effect a saving of £2.1 m.
on bags now costing 3s. 4d. each, cause less drag on water-

side labour and bring about

a quicker turn round of ships,

allow ships to carry 20 per cent. more sugar in their holds
and reduce deterioration losses.

Mr. A. J. Herbert, of Hawaii, one of the leading experts on
bulk handling of sugar, who visited Queensland for the

congress of the

International

Society of Sugar Cane

Technologists last year, gave it as his opinion that Queens-

land could profitably switch

Bulk handling in Hawaii has
been in operation since 1942 and
the original installation of Kahalui
now loads 6.000 tons of raw sugar
in 12 hours, independent of other
cargo loading. A similar quantity
of bagged sugar loaded at Towns-~
ville, Queensland, recently took
ten days, due to antiquated
methods of handling and a short-

age of dock labour; if sufficient
labour had been available the

loading time would probably have
been four or five days, A Hawaiian
comparison puts the amount of
sugar loaded at 1.43 short tons of
bagged sugar per man hour
against 20 short tons with bulk
handling. In 1950 the sugar re-
fineries at Crockett, California,
received 550,000 tons of sugar in
bulk from the Hawaiian Islands
which still send sugar in bags to
the eastern seaboard of the United
States.

The initial installations at
Hawaii and at Crockett cost nearly
a million dollars in 1941. Sub-
sequent additions cost a further
$280,000. To transport raw sugar
in bulk from the mills to the coast
warehouses the Kahalui_ R.R
Company placed four independent
wooden bins on flat cars. Each of
the wooden bins holds 7 short tons
The sugar is protected from
weather damage by canvas covers,
Motor trucks and trailers are
similarly fitted with two bins each
holding 5 tons, On reaching the
port the railway wagons are
weighed and the sugar is dumped
in the hoppers. Two electrically
driven winches tip the bins, It
takes eight minutes to unload 28
tons from a railway wagon and
six minutes to unload 29 tons from
a motor truck and trailer. A belt
conveyor takes the sugar from the
receiving hopper to the top. of the
bunker 58ft. high at a normal
speéd of 160 short tons an hour
Gates at the bottom of the bunkers
are opened to allow the sugar {to
be loaded into ships’ holds. Con-
veyor belts make it possible to ré~
move the old sugar first, and
ensure 2 steady flow to the ships’
holds.

as



Conveyors from the hoppers
move the sugar to a “weighto-
meter” where it is automatically

weighed. It is then carried on and
dumped on to two belts travelling
in opposite directions. The sugar

is loughed off these belts on to
movable gantries, which are
moved into position abreast of

the ship’s cargo hatches. Two gan-
tries are used on each ship and
each has two feeder belts which

carry the sugar into the holds
through a pipe at the hoppered
upper end. The raw sugar is
expelled through a 30-inch trim-

mer, which spreads it at the rate
of 200 tons an hout

Unloading at Crockett is accom-
plished by the use of marine legs
designed to travel along the sides
of the ship, raising and lowering
booms to remove the sugar. A
digging bucket elevator attached
to the booms picks up the sugar
and discharges it on the conveyor



belts which carry it to refinery.
Stee] scrapers are used to remove
from the hold any sugar which

the eleva-
methods
the air
crys-

cannot he removed by
tor. Vacuum or suction
cannot be used because
transport breaks the sugar
tal. .

There is a saving of about 30
percent. in ship’s time at Kahu-
lui since the introduction of bulk
handling.

FOR



UALITY

over to bulk handling.

There are now bulk
installations in Sweden
ada. In England Tate and Lyle
have received severa) trial ship-
ments from overseas and 55,000
tons of the United Kingdom raw
beet sugar was transported in
bulk by road and rail to the
Thames refinery. These trials are
being energetically pursued, and
it is hoped to bulk ship at least
20,000 tons of Dominican sugar to
England and to double’ the
amount of U.K. beet sugar handled
in this manner during the past
season. Longer term Thamesside
plans include the provision of
facilities at the Plaistow wharf
refinery to permit the direct dis-
charge of ships up to 5,000 tons,
The Peruvian wharf is also being
equipped for this purpose,

Some mills and ports in North
Queensland already have the
warehouse space and others have

handling
and Can-





some of the necessary conveyor
equipment for bulk handling.
Mr, Herbert believes that it is
only a matter of time before
every cane growing country in
the world will be shipping in
bulk. Engineering is the main

problem

RUSSIANS HAVE
LOW INCOMES

LAKE SUCCESS, New York,

The Soviet Union has the next
lowést income per capita of all
industrialized nations, and Poland
has the lowest, according to the
United Nations Statistical Office,
which bases its report on official
Soviet statistics.

The report shows that the
average annual income of a Soviet
citizen in 1949 was equivalent to
$308 and that of a Polish citizen,
$300. These figures compare with
$1,453 in the United States and
$773 in the United Kingdom,

The Soviet figure was based on



the 1946 population estimate of
193,000,000. However, if based on
the 1949 population of about
200,000,000 the per capita income
would be only $298, which is
tower than Poland's

The dollar value used in the

estimates is that of 1949, and the
income figures include social in-
surance, unemployment assistance,
and government general services.



No Meeting In
House

THE meeting of the House of
Assembly which was to have
taken place yesterday, was not

held for want of a quorum.
Present were Mr. E. K. Walcott,
Mr. F. C. Goddard, Mr. J. A.
Haynes, Mr. L. E, Smith, Mr. M. E.
Cox, Dr. H. G. Cummins, Mr. H. A.
Dowding and The Speaker.



Iaquiry Adjourned

FURTHER hearing in the in-
quest touching the death of 39-
year-old labourer Eusta’ + Arthur
Forde of Cleaver’s Hill, St. Joseph
was further adjourned until July
20 by a District “F” Police
Coroner yesterdiy.

Eustace Forde was found dead
near a stream in Cleaver’s Hill
St. Joseph with a revolver in his
hand about 9 a.m. on July 14.

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Everyone Listens

NEW YORK.
Five hundred and thirty - one
men in Washington will have their
ears cocked as keenly as anyone
in the world on what is said at the
Korean truce talks to-morrow.
They are the members of
America’s Congress, and in the
next few days they are going to
start voting on President Truman's
request—anqd it is a very urgent
request—for tough economic con-
trols on the home front,



And the action they take on con-
trols will be taken by Truman
and the nation as a significant
index of Congress’s mood on a
whole variety of other vital mat-
ters tied in with readiness for
war—taxes, military spending, and
aid to foreign countries among
them.

Truman and his top men watch
anxiously. For they know that
immediately after Malik’s original
peace feeler, the Senate passed
a Bill even weaker than the one
that was already in effect.

Truman had asked for two more
years of stronger controls. The
Senate gave him an eight-months’
green light—with no authority to
roll back prices. What happens
now?

The Little Fliers

MEANWHILE the Senate h
produced a report which is e>
tremely critical of the Civil Aero-
nauties Board, the Government
agency which con¢rols American
civil aviation.

It accuses the board of having
given the smaller airlines a ray
deal. It says they have not re-
ceived proper protection against
the giants and adds that there is
veiled opposition to anyone try-
ing to operate without direct Gov-
ernment aid.

And the report says bluntly that
if the board’s “constant harass-
ment” goes on, the smaller lines
will be eliminated.

Boom-Time City
THE BOOM TOWN,

associated with America’s
has come to Washington.





usually
West,

mitory” — Montgomery County,
in nearby Maryland — has had a
population jump of 95.5 per cent.





ST

ANDS

SUPREME





As a result of the tremendous
influx of people and trade over the
past ten years, Washington’s ‘“dor-

to 165,000 people.

And last year house and luxury
chop building — totalled 77,600,000
dollars ( £27,678,570).

The King Regrets

THE LITTLE TOWN of Beth-
lehem, in New Hampshire, wrote
to the King and asked if he could

Sign a town charter to replace
the original one issued in 1774 and
now missing.

A reply, signed by Sir Allan

Lascelles, the King's private secre~
tary, has been received.

Majesty would
gladly help you, but regrets that
it is constitutionally impossible
for him to sign the document en-
closed with your letter

“The King directed me to in-
quire at the Public Record Office
if any information could be pro-
duced bearing on the charter given
by Governor Wentworth in 1/74,
but I am sorry to say that a search
reveals nothing relevant,”

It says His

Very Angry Men
ERIC JOHNSTON, the

Director

of Economie Stabilisation, is in
very hot water. The wool men
are up in arms because he said

the other day that synthetic wool
would soon replace the real thing

Gathering himself together in
Rapid City, South Dakota, Harry
Devereaux, president of the Ameri-
can Wool Council, fired off a tele-

gram which accuses Johnston of ,

and incorrect
has done disser-

“making a rash
statement which
vice to the industry.”

Heartbreak Steak

CONGRESSMAN Peter
a Democrat from New
determined to see for himself how
housewives feel about the high
price of steak. So for five hour
he stood behind the meat counter

Rodino,
Jersey,

in a butcher’s shop pretendin
to be an assistant
He sold only one piece of steak,
That was to a young newly wed,
who confessed that she knev/
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general attention is that while one
of them, the Rev. Paul Kimmel,
is white, the other, just appoimted,
is Negro Shelby Rocks. The con-
gregation is nearly all white.

in

is

Shaggy Dog Coats
IN PREVIEWS of the autumn
collections, fashion designers are
showing “poodle cloth” in a score
af ‘textures for overcoats, jackets,





Suits, and dresses. jally it
comes in canine colour ond may
be shaggy dog or close curled.

Some enthusiastic manufacturers
Say it is going to make mink old-
fashioned. .

Sabotage Ruled Out

JUST WHAT can have caused
the series of 70 devastating ex-
plosions which rocked a huge
petroleum plant in Newark, New
Jersey—across the river from New
York City — and caused damage
of over $6,000,000 ?

Experts swarming over the
blackened site have ruled out
sabotage. And although there

were lots of old artillery and mor-
tar shells near, left-overs from
a wartime ammunition dump, they
have been absolved, too

FOOTNOTE; As the investige
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7 ‘HE UNITED STATES Govern




ment are tryir break up
cee of the country’ est bani
empires—ah empire that can

trace their origins to a small corn-
€. vegetable store in a shoddy sec-J
Uc. of downtown San Francisco,}
the Trans-America Corporation,}
unded by the late A. \P. Giannini,]
th» son of poor Italian immigrants, |
ac accused by the Federat Re-
ve Board of having become one













the biggest economic monopo-
in Wie history of the United)

« e
thesy report, the Federal Re-
e Tard declared that, “not

n the great railroad, steel, oil,

reco, Or aluminium ¢ “ss dis-

ed the existence of greater
er in one or isation direct-
ty to affect the economic life of

» great a ceographical area o
business lives of so many people
and companies as does the record

this case.”

The Giannini banking empire
which was started at the turn of
the century with the opening of a

all bank in San Franciseo, te-

667 branches and is re-
vonsible for half of all bank loans
riade in five western States
Son Took Over

its total deposits exceed £2,000 -
000,000,

The Board charged that
‘Trans-America Corporation's con-
tecl of other banks was in viola-
tion of the Anti-Trust Act,
said that it would be necessary
the directing corporation \
solve by divesting itself of all
stock and interest in banks other}
than the Bank of America in Cali-
formia.

Present-das
Trans-America

has

the

andy
for

to dis-|

director of the

Corporation 1s
Lawrence Mario Giannini, 55-|
year-old of founder A. Pj
Giannini Lawrence took over}
control after the death of A.P,”2)
in 1949. |

The late A. P. Giannini was}
born of Genoese immigrants who,



son

owned a small vegetable market!
in San Francisco which he took}
over at the age of 19

he was thirty, hi

largest in the city

he retired because

real competition—I

However, he

less, and started the Bank of Italy |

Within its first ten years, the}
bank's assets had multiplied 60}
times, and it had twice moved to!

better quarters
Stole a Wagon
When 6an Francisco was hit by
the earthquake in 1906, and the
cistrict where his bank was lo-



cated began to turn, Giannini com
mandeered a wagon and two
horses and drove between flaming}

buildings to his bank
By the time the fire had reached |
his buildings he was driving aways

past drunken looters with nearly |
2,000,000 dollars in gold and se-
eurities hidden under heaps of

vegetables in the waggon



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wg and definite progr ‘
nade on the Agenda [ U.N
elegation wet to Kaesoi
ecti 1 two
conveys and tw I ( rte fight
Tne five negotiat
last helieoptei
There was no | 1€ |
to Kaesong following the i Then
ment in every wey of the Rex
promise to Keep all armed gua | KRUSCHEN
it of the neufra!l 20 and giv
the United Nations’ conveys com- | brought ahappy change
viete freedom on their trix ) | ,
: t af the city—UP fter suffering from three painful
vee , ‘omplaints, this man writes to
tell us how Kruschen brought
sbout a (oo transforma-
ion’ and quickly gave him back
Butier liport the Joy of hiving’:
_ ! “Up to a month ago, I had
IMPORTERS can import as suffered continually from kidney




















much as 35 tons of disorder, sctatica, rheumatism,
115 tons of salted coo and I generally felt off-colour.
ae 24. t6 i h ne | I was constantly tired. I tried
aid 2 tons of cheese fro | many remedies but without effect
and Soft Currency surces fo ntil T gave uschen Salts a
arrival in Barbados before the | trial. In Zone weeee Bececnee
on , Yecemb i > 1as rought adou a complete
1 os soa he ‘ be i a pa yy re bp ted pone more feel
at€ x aS Wi SSuUeCC | it is good to be alive.’’—8.V.N.
at the local Control Office | ae :
' ; The kidneys are the filters of
Bight thousand bags of af the haman body. If they become
winter wheat flour car also b | igwish, impurities seep into the
imported between early Augus! | yod stream and the seed of
and late September under and/o } Leann common ailments is
outside of international wheat] “"." _
agreement Tho solentific combination | of
ngre . : : mineral Salts {in Kruschen, quickly
The flour will arrive in ship restores the Kidneys to normal
ments of 2,000 bags early in| Realty action. ‘The other eucresary
August, 2,000 bags late August the whole system works smoothly
2,000 bags- early September and and eile Lively, ol) dmburi ise Soe
2.000 bags late September ‘nen ailments vanish—life
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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1951
UEP. Sue é » th 3, Jo

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site cena Gor Uk on Be A N ew fiitler A Pile OF wine BROADWAY DRESS SHOP

Wednesday, July 18, 1951





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A SMALL SHIPMENT OF

R @ 3 ° ?
; HUGH DUNDAS
qt TTERS | isihs SS (Reports to you on S-H-A-P-E) :
UNTIL mid-day on Monday I had neve: AMERICAN DRESSES
i This is the party badge heard the word infrastructure. Now, 50 hours

whieh the f ex-Nazir :
in the r so later, it is ringing in my ears.

tapel ’ ‘ der Hitler A two-page staff paper defines the word, ~-mBROAD STREET saci TEL. 3895

ed wear the wr . as cr
which has cropped up again and again dur- |=
|







THERE has been some improvement in The long, angular young man

the condition of the gutters in Bridgetown fixed his grey eyes.on mine, smiled
: 7 ms and said: “Please don't- mis-
due to the vigilance of the staff of the | understand me, Herr Delmer. But

Sanitary Department but occasionally | .:,5°° this-car of yours 9 German
’ . car? Has it got a German num-























this js the ne


















there are offending lapses. Yesterday | or? , a aa on
th : tt : asia Milk k t be asen tna Brion - ro ' a ee ing conversations I have been having over
‘ning the gutters arounc ilkmarket | : a British car. ehind tt : ad hi ele a ais : : ‘ ae | SSS
moi ni g € 8 sa 1 Sarah aie tay patente Stine Se os , “ on ait in France with high-ranking officers in Gen-
be staan ious > a yo =e a ea : % : a v to-¢ . | wae ‘ ”
and Lower Broad Street w ere tidy and | car I told him, was a pure-bred eral Eisenhower's SHAPE* headquarters. | ee °
there was a continuous “flow of water. | erman Opel. I had hired it in by SEFTON DELMER | I have read aris ' isang ALABAS iNE
: 3 = 5 alae ae ‘ | Dusseldorf. Not only did it have ave read it in the Paris papers. It is the | . a
Within two hours these were blocked and an unmistakably German number Foreign Reporter who word of the moment. For lack of infrastruc- |
there was a smell arising from some of for all to see, but a driver who had more closely than any other ture ~ausing . Atl . Palins ae : . eae
rm, p eo Sanitary | told. me with pride h« he had English writer, knew the : Phe ee Pag lesresigalbaates: « eenaed Wal apiceh, Wee Pe LES eR SerienS 2a Te
them. The weter cart of the Sanitary been a member of the Nazi Party, leading Naz's from their machine to stall. It may cause it to become |} alls, Birch, Wood ete:
Commissioners had flushed the gutters had suffered for it, and was early days to the full peak of bogged down altogether ‘
extremely anxious to meet the their power 2 . ? 4 For inside and outside use,

Infrastructure is even more important
Can be washed or painted over.

|
|
from Tudor Street about 9 o’clock but soon | young man.

after leaves, skins, small limbs of trees That dispelled all further qualms. right now than div s, or ¢ ; or planes
a ; : \ i The car was summoned. We got ca al VEenORts OF SX aay ae planes. ;
and other refuse had blocked them. in and drove off ; It means airfields, communications, har- | Ce ee
It is clear that there can be no great bours, munition dumps, all the necessities |

Thus it came about that I spent
a sunny and instructive summer
week-end ferrying from one
: : . political meetir to another the
refuse into the gutters instead of the bins most controversial figure in Europe
to-day, Otto Ernst Hhemer, 539-



improvement unless vigilance is maintain-
ed and people are punished for throwing

w t a cee y ane os + . ; .
| withou ce h divisions cannot fight, ¢ uns | sé RR aq L 99
, cannot fire, planes cannot fly.

|
And, Eisenhower is now having more |

—



An Asbestos plugging compound, especially recommended for

provided by the Commissioners. It is not trouble getting these things than in getting | fastening Screws in Stone, Concrete, Brick and all types of



; A : year-old ex-major-general of the . * S
merely the unsightliness of these gutters German Army, ex-commander of |troops. Fighting formations are available, | masorry.
choked by refuse but the insanitary condi- Hitler’s military bodyguard, to-day but cannot be brought into the line for lack |

e the highly active prophet of a
tions created. The pungent smell of decay- fourth Nazi Reich. :

Remer has startled the world by
: 2 starting from scrateh and, in hi
those who have to work in the surround- first try, winning 16 seats for hi
neo-Nazi “Socialist Reich Party”

| of installations,

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Most serious shortage by far is of airfields.

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a tase eee it in the parliamentary elections for > me by n f tl 1 1
As long as hawkers are allowed to s the little West German State of Ine RY SOURS 0 ve generals and air ’
erman ol! : | Phones : 58 ECKW e
and sell on almost every sidewalk in the | WaT gee at marshals responsible for planning the defence ! 4472 & 4687 BECKWITH STORES
Ie has caused almost as mucl " . $
city, shell grain throw the husks into the Gia Anton: by paniciaa fe the of Western Europe. | Soo nee. SOLOS OOS RG “
gutter to mingle with fruit skins and cocoa- fourth largest party in this little These men know that if war started it 6006000006600 090-2990 9 FOO PPSIIPS SSP PS SOV PP ODPD IID
: i = Ba sagt by : State, as did in 1930 when woul oe ae ce : ; - +e
nut shells and shopkeepers are allowed to his party aa SHE denonene would be at a time and place of the Russians %
throw refuse into the gutter, these condi- | largest in the Reichstag elections. hoosing, and so it follows that the Western &
I >

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Potentially, the Allies’ greatest strength! $
' >

INTERNATIONAL PAINTS, LTD.
| in defence lies in air power. For the alterna- %

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| tive to air power is a wall of flesh, and that THE ORGANIZATION THAT COVERS

1% ith y 200 ‘ j ; ; x
{is neither acceptable in policy nor available ,%
%,

|in practice. 1s PAINTING REQUIREMENTS

* . + x
present there are, I calculate, about 40 &
%,

squadrons available for support duties in the %
central sector of Eisenhower’s command. That | %

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j = ri * i > yy > ice g >
tions will continue. The police have the The Parallel
right to deal with people who throw fruit
8 ‘. . It was the parallel between his
skins on the street and sidewalks and if career and that of Hitler which
they exercised this right it would serve to | fascinated and alarmed the world
es y “ ‘ a Hitler was a house-painter who
reinforce the efforts of the Sanitary Staff had turned soldier, Remer was a
who should maintain greater vigilance and | soldier who had turned brick-
: layer. Both had then become
not allow people to nullify the work done
early in the day.



At
Radical-Nationalist politicians ap- am
pealing to returned soldiers to
clean up the “traitor profiteers of

:
:
:
|

It is not possible for the Sanitary Com- | Germany's downfall %
missioners to maintain a staff to watch for es is not enough. Everyone knows it. R
Hitler's rise to power had begun | ‘The R

| he number could probably be doubled by AND

i the end of this year—if the airfields were

javailable, They are not. 8 O U 1.
| The main burden falls on France. So far, $

,only about 30 French military airfields have
been, or are being, brought up tothe standard $ = — rig
| necessary for modern jet warplanes. Some of ;
| them are borderline cases, ncetesti for oa % Whether ies need poms a —
| gency only. | x
Others must be modernised at once. Run- x
| ways have to be lengthened and strengthened, %
servicing facilities and barrack accommoda-| $
|tion improved, communciations and signals %
systems installed, is
Even that would not be enough. A large |
number of new airfields must be built from %
|scratch. At least 50 are needed by the end e

* you'll find the perfect paint in the

of this year; four times that number within | $

people likely to throw refuse into the gut- in the small States of Bavaria and
ters but it would be easy to institute vigil-
ance patrols. Prosecutions against offend-
ers would serve as a deterrent if the Mag-
istrates imposed adequate penalties.

It is a waste of time and money and
energy for the Sanitary Commissioners to
pay a staff to clean the streets and gutters
and to provide bins for refuse and vehicles
for its removal; and for the Publicity Com-
mittee to be publishing pamphlets about
“Beautiful Barbados” encouraging visitors
to come to the island if they are to be
offended by heaps of refuse along the street
and choked gutters which give off pungent
smells. The people who commit these
offences should be curbed or punished.

Thuringia. Remer appears to be
beginning his in the small State
of Lower Saxony.

Hitler was imprisoned for his
unsuccessful coup d'état of 1923.
Remer; after passing through 17
different Allied prisons since the
war, was recently sentenced to
four months’ imprisonment for
libelling the German Government.
(He is appealing against the
sentence).

or woodwork, inside or out... for

He had repeated at one of his
meetings a Hearst Press report
published with impunity by
Jerman newspapers that Chan-
cellor Adenauer and his colleagues
had prepared evacuation heac-

quarters in London for the event

elaborate decoration or economical
coating ... for factories or

plantations, hotels or houses,

of Soviet invasion of West
Germany

As we drove through the towns
and villages and the fat green
countryside of Schleswig I dis-



omnes
’ covered my own parallel. the next 18 months > 4 i vs
BL N D I thought back to that June day Pes : 9 International ran :
in 1982 when I had accompanied LITTLE ACTION x ange
| x

Hitler on an electioneering tour
through this very same district,
hard on the Danish border. And
I wondered: Is all this fuss about
Remer really justified?

; All these sins of omission were clearly r j i
ss y re-'9% Now
cognised months ago by the SHAPE planners, | 3 . _ auniyee ee

but so far there has been a lot of talk wi $ . ° *
obec en a lot of talk withi® insist on the best in paints.

THE opening on Friday of the Blind
Centre by His Excellency the Governor at
the Hurd Memorial School in Bridgetown
is another step in a praiseworthy effort to

















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g p PP : will incorporate, only what was|know with absolute certainty that you are | } eo eeeOoOO OOOO FOSS SS SSIS SSIS OSSD





help afflicted persons. In the past it was A Come-back? The root of the matter is partly political, |$
felt that people who were afflicted with Does his success in Lower partly financial. %
blindness had lost their usefulness but Saxony seetly mean that e sane On the political side, the successive French | #
are making a come-back nm . ” . eo
modern methods have proved that they can Germany, that de-Nazification im- Gover nments, based on uneasy coalitions %
regain their confidence and become useful posed by 2s Allies is now giving with Leftist emphasis, have had one eye on *
; way to re-Nazification imposed by ‘ ‘ BR i - “TE
members of any community. an incurable German. public? . Too. big? Ah! But I'm a growing boy .... defence, the other turned anxiously towards % Trade Mark
In other parts of the world schools for nics es see no trace of the wild ao the enemy within. XR
‘ ra . ¥ azi enthusiasm of 1932. Not that o longer do Germans disclaim These have hithert “mi: i ta ‘rench ¢ $48 %
the teaching of Braille have adv anced to I expected them to line the streets the they were members of the aloof ¢ a setitioe Mae aed The F For h authorities are cheerfully and %
such an extent that young people can even — young ex-gengral in _ ae oe Instead, they boast of their resentment of the parties conscientiously contributing divisions of ]%
Bo cies its aa e A bicie shabby grey suit. r to senc le number of mont they spent licensed” by the Allied occupiers soldiers ar : odr ‘ athe “
reach university standard in their studies. brass bands and blond children out in Allied prisons, serene SB a r COnipeste. get ae of airmen. %
The programme in Barbados is not so am- to meet him. udience from his platform, gr : u ley know that if they take yay alx
‘’ ; > are oa r auaiel y i , grey- ‘ ) away ala
as i : | Gone are the days when every Sais an at as YF oaiilaaiahan hs staat hie ail , . %
bitious but aims at helping those who have But they did not even recognise other high-up German I met faced and ascetic in his pas io Frenchman’s precious land (or his hard-|% 3
lost their sight to be able to support them- ao Ww — = nee “ the beer ea wee been tae, fat' Navi hoes bratets Aeabiaed ies earned money in taxes) and convert them X ss
A yall in Melderf where he was to With the 194 plot against Hitler . ; F “Tint . , . nee ———
selves by doing some useful work. Bolathis Ahet mAstin g , July 20 German soldiers. into so much concrete for Americ: a ae xg
2 f : : g that day, (July 20). an war- | %
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Efforts have been made to assist children siete koe Sin a The spate of behind-scenes aoe vee ¢ Ni malt we | fPopite Eee, ae will be nealigs eta al from the Com- * For information and advice, consult our 3
who have been sent to the neighbouring lua Seokanaae cake sania on German generals dia ‘gl bare who 14 BA el nate et NS will jar the electorate from % Commission Department
‘ P Trini tots i sing risits . and diplomats ich they try 4 a ; alais ars 3
island of Trinidad. The local Association ans bis vis ‘ Remer {, ehova ese oe ee y {Y until five minutes after the end.” ac ov hacen % e
speaks at’. .” Anc ne time was A 4 ‘ : Nex 7 i Yr > ana -£
has now gone one step further and has filled in with chalk © was all conspiring against Hitler have — This kes him carry idealistic | of sat 0 God, in the Frenchman’s scheme | 3 4 ¥
instituted classes where blind people can Nor was the attendance at the Produced a predictable reaction conviction when he -rails against of things, come Jand and money. : DA COSTA & %
s U SSes A . ate . ¥ x ‘ . a “quisiti re ‘ . : x
ih taiaght to vio: Handwork meeting itselt very impressive. Hee HEI bon incans sa seat ee ent slave” regimes in East Requisition valuable small-holdings, which x CO.. L To. — AGENTS 2
au! a . | s re 6¢ — verdad - . ee > an t Gerr P alls ‘ . ‘
ore wing , pace of the 250 there were yumber of Germans that Hitler {yo West Germany and calls on} probably have been owned and worked by] $
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: Remer invariably reaps asu tions of service to the Germar < acturing Communist votes
tion 6n a duty which has been overlooked. ibi ie ihe “sala baa , , f : : yee ‘
tion 1 duty ich has been overlooked The Alibis ovation when in his speech, he People’s community For Communism is the only definite rally- x
: refers to the surviving ‘Traitors ing point for 4 Fu ae
USA ‘ : ‘ i _. Remer had some alibis. It was of the 20th of July” and announces Russians ‘Ready’ 1g point for people who, for one reason or | $ z
S.A. AND IMMIEIGRA TiON 5 wees wie. i was cangerons ‘One day it will be our job to put 1 TY another, are hostile to the build-up of power 8
peta, ie | or people o be seen at his these gentry before an bjec- oP . wn of Remer's | ¢..,. : ,
NEW YORK, = |_- meetings. tive tribunal and have them {s0lationist | nme to the col-| fr the Atlantic team. $
Throughout most of her history the U.S. | i oe res ee liable to sentenced. ead t the Western FINANCE $
} : oe f instant dismissal if they showed other prophets Befor . %
has held wide open the door of immigra- | signs of sympathising with his Roverse of ‘Boss’ f his par each this doctrine, efore the elections last month there was x
tion ; movement, business men = and highly att ve to Germans. some sympathy wi is nerv : sash
i ; | farmers stood in danger of having 3. The immense appeal which, Phe Russi ey say, are only * E y with this nervous balancing x
Great waves of people—the Irish and | their bank credits withdrawn after watching him duri I too 1 cept a united on the fence, but everyone hoped that, whe: x
fi ‘ : " Now in the face of all these Meetings and private conferen Germ m al > the electi . _ : . .
Cermans and Italians ¢ >oles— rec ‘ © we itll gchar ; mall ties to/the elections were over, 3 WwW ef :
te ians ind Pc les poured alibis IT might have been tempted I am certain Remer’s personality ¢!ther t or the Com-| differ ver, things would be] >
in from the Old World to mix with Amer- to dismiss this Remerism as some- Must have for vast numbers of Mmuntst bie E different. It seems that it is not to be. g 2
tints the ‘ hing whose importance has been Fresent-day Germans yarticu- Now the $43 . . %
ica’s basic Anglo-Saxon stocks. thing portance has been ) an partic = Now that the political situa ; Y ~
7 ce = saxon stocks exaggerated—and in doing so I larly for the 20 to 40 age group wae the Russians] ,» , lausi P ; RS is no long
But abruptly all that stopped in 1924. A | would have had on my side some eA their main pre]? @ plausible excuse for stalling, the finan-
law passed then cut down the incoming “ons ee ve eee poe Se ee eee a ee of cial side has taken over. Until it is settled x
inte ¥ . aap Net nave come to respect. . a anc e pro-| who should pav for whe Re m! 4 >
millions to a theoretical trickle of 153,174 | But four things make me warn cd : oilfields against] _,_ “t ; : pay for what, the French will not
ealpaiedah you to say Mbention ta thie ih POCKET CARTOON ne menace nerican ateds” we eye fl
iy : and his party. pan ee Sa ear her ate id remilivarisa= ut because a tz at ein thank te shle |?
Only about half this number ever comes Sa by OSBERT LANCASTER eae a ne the other | ncanisati ( Seeay ie ee ae is a flexible % —
ad Pe . s "My recollecti a } i they vill p ke Russia | OFS$anisation, it is impossible for Eisenhower | % Y y, e 4 -
fay heeauee “high i a te . My recollection of the early y provoke Russi k tisenhower | & > °
oy a ' ; we ot 1 fp : } wae beginnings cf the Hitler movement immediate attack, and doom] and his staff officers to sav: “This airfield will . note. © P On These Tasty Bits = Z
Britain do not fill them, and the eager lands | under even Jess impressive condi- Ger iny to final destruction ‘ 7 -. on “ty ; Y =
such as Poland, Italy and Greece have tions. : ; be used, and therefore paid for, by the} ¢ wie Le we | “ itody Builder
ot 1 as c . a a A -ece—-nav © x : 2 Say “let us ” . F ‘ :
: a 2. My conviction that West a ee ey? et us) British. R FOODS BARLOVA
small quotas. Germany is becoming fertile Ge a Earope in shaking ities ) eo” Cheddar Cheese We ingls
Now hear Congressman Jacob Javits ground once more for a Nation- i ee Mey hind WRESTLING ... gc Cheddar Cheese a ee 3
, ‘ ; ; , alist-Radical revival which will be ere d forma neutral third The dreary story does t end w ‘ ; ed i , Blend of Milk and E °
born in a New York slum in 1904, whose | exploited by some leader of the bound to neither ield i ig y does not end with air- % lian Mill fed Cl $1.22 16 ox Siz 2
DL ead cae ae i irae 1 a. | Remer type even if it is not Reme: think its| fields, or with France. B gba Liknoh feels co eee Soe Meee ar eee
brilliant career has culminated on the For- | jimselt. Pre not Remez " : lav. f ; 2 ut that’s enough for] % Smoked Waddock Quick Cooking Macaroni
eign Affairs Committee of the House of | Industrial reconstruction helped oe Ok " vide the details are pathetically XY on ako 15c, per 4 Pkg.
Donrneentahves eu the - dusnentiing. oF old an dangerously, the same % Od Filleta %
Representatives. | y the di ng of old id ; > i , c ic. S N aiid r °
; | Siewark alan’ for pene ta leavers \ Livi Force c, 5 s : es ; b§ Macaroni ¥ eget 2e tn T
Boldly Javits proposes to introduce leg- | etuaintanis Riri tce pane Some of the ablest officers in the world are] % Spaghett getables in Tins %
tion to admit 10,000,000 immigrants in | pment under Marshall aid, is ee ling with spectacular energy against | § \| : ule Spat oe 3
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Leg. Council Consider Gpgqndmother Not ee
Holiday With Pay Bill Gyjiz

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL at their meeting yesterday
referred back to a Select Committee a bill to make provision

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Sing

'y Of Murder Parents At Convent

FOR THE BEST IN

MATCHES

for holidays with pay for employees
The bill was read a second time on November 28 last year
and was referred to a Select Committee which reported on

Apr il 24 this year.

Select Comniittee























When the



report came up for
consideration yesterday with the
bill there was such a widespread
divergence of opinion on clause 2






















RUBY LANE of Richmond Gap, St. Michael, was discharged
by His Honour the Chief Justice, Sir Allan Collymore at the
Court of Grand Sessions yesterday when a jury found her
not guilty of murdering her daughter's female child.

Mr. E. Malone oe on behalf of Layne while Mr. W. W
Reece, K.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted for the Crown
The prosecution closed its case after calling five more wit-
nesses yesterday, bringing the total to 15.


















Prize Giving

PARENTS were asked to be patient with their children a
the Distribution of Prizes of the Preparatory School of the
Ursuline Convent yesterday. “I am quite sure” the Heai

mistress said: “that your little children’s songs have brough
happiness to you, and as much enjoyment as they have

ASk FOR













































ee a id of the bill defining employer After the i ‘
yer, B > jury had returned +} vas sles * in nheantinges °
May Consi er employee, average pay and total their verdict His Honour thanked S‘#tement of Ruby Layne. He said themselves derived from ae —— hag
aS remuneration that the Hon. Mr. Malone for ct vase that there was some doubt about vear. Singin and especially choral singing, always
‘ > . ’ € : Mr. Malone for handling the case me 7 - Singing, & specially singing, 4 ay
"ON Se | opulation * = = eee that the for ihe defence. the ste “i t soe bates it, wa manjfest a union in contentment, gaiety and lighthearte -|
ratter should ye ironed out voluntarily obtained. je sug aa = cs Se, a al cla iis » 4}
THE HON. F. C. HUTSON yes- @vound a table but the Council When hearing resumed -ester- gested ,that the accused never ness, and teaches children to give pleasure to others by thx
terday successfully moved that table was too big. day Mabel Layne was recalled to Made a statement. This point was good use of their own gifts and powers. |
the Legislative Council send an He moved, seconded by the the witness stand. She said that overruled. In his address Mr During the past school year we
address to the Honourable the en Og D. L. Pile that the bill she had left Vere King’s house Malone, defence counsel, told hve tried to develop that creative for instance, when a child has
House ci Assembly informing the Shoule , 2&, referred back to the since she had come out of the Hos- the Jury that there were certain faculty which God has given passed into a higher class, All
House that they are of the opinion thatthe i ,Committee and pital. She said that he prevented Pane DIS which the law _ laid to each of these little children; SÂ¥llabuses and schemes of work
that in order to investigate the ! js — on. Attorney General her from coming to his house be- down and one of them is that a we have directed our efforts are carefully planned and graded |
question of over-population in an the Hon. Frank Hutson be cause people said that she was try- Sone is sera until he is proved towards this aim, and the Mis- £0 that the work in no class i |
arbados it is desirable that a @¢@eda to \hat committee, ing to lock hin “’* to be guilty. The prosecution must . ave et , “4 ) ifie for —< /
. “ ‘ 7} , nh up. 1 f Art and Needlework in teo difficult for the child who ha
joint Selec nn 2e of st} The Counci agreed 4 4 ve ir case ; t ‘The. :
Foinke c f le agence. ane mouio ene aren She had done nothing in connec- seh er ni Soon a They hool have succeeded . in been promoted. |
- 7% se siole > Sn ’ 7 ; H = 4 ‘ ( le c SO . :
be appointed with the foli ba In ir report the c ‘ tion with this case as regards to guilty beyond ee Reeonel. ae vise the enthusiasm of the Reminder

é ointed ¥ € olowing ! port the committee him > ty eyor any reasonable Sci aa . ied — . .
terms of reference: have recommended ira 24 . ‘ doubt, To bring in a verdict of lildren in| their spheres of Further, let me remind t

“To examine the question of 2™endme®@ts thet include the . oe k-year-old Vere King guilty they must have no doubt aa The PS: of these oe eee children have not

over-population in Bart nd addition of two new sections to 7. ™<' mond Gap, said that he and if there is a doubt it’s their CUOTs have been displayed and the same ability, intelligence ot

fo muke recommendations for the original bill of nine s etions. knew Mabel King for eight to nine du y to acquit the accused, It is | ask yom, She Parent to take a ee erren ree np —
dealing with this problem ; months, Ee knew her in June 1950 the duty of the prosecution to — uae =p =e Sead of fad phon A yh ape quick 70/00

_ 2. if the Honourable House is All Classes when she used to bring wa@r to show that someone was killed, YOu! ittle children by looking at tai fresh knowledge, while othe

in agreement with this proposal The committee in their report iS Place. She started to sleep at The prosecution must prove that the exhibition of Art and Needle- are sometimes very, very slow

the Council will be glad to re- state that they are in favour of his house in March 1951 it was the accused who put the work. You. will undoubtedly find Consequently, I ask you not to :

ceive at an early date its nom- “he principle of holidays with P 9 child in the pit and that the some result, no matter how too quick to condemn a meth " . ~y

ination of members to serve on Pay to ail classes of workers, but regnant accused put the child in the pit small,—of the creative power of or the efficiency of the Staff if ¢ ON SALE

the proposed Select Committee. are of the opinion that the pres- He could not say if sh ing ith an intention, — your child, and the Parent's in- little child is not making progre

Mr. Hutson said that when he ent Bill cannot be made applica- pregnant. He ; uld eae ee The particular thing in the case terest and praise wil! be the best Which you would like or whic! wy Bry , y 7

f , s¢ > ¢ > i Bite . > ‘0 1 Sz é - ae , ' ay > are 5, > >
had invited the attention of the ble to employees whose thing about pa Be ay uny- was whether the accused was the form of reward and encourage- other pupils in the same class a. E J ER? Ww HERE

~ act rer “e ov nee & i . ae ) > pers h . a

ee to the question of over- remuneration is computed on aa morning Mabel asked } » one person who put the child in the ment to the child to continue to making. A teacher with a clas:
population two weeks ago that the hourly, daily or piece-work basis can g Mabel asked him to call pit develop her gifts. of 25 pupils cannot give individua
honourable the Colonial Secretary and they are of the opinion that-"® ™ ther. Mr. Malone told the jury that | The academic work of the tuition each day to every membei eS ese
in his replies had said that he the Bill should be so amended as After he called the mother he ov @ whe Jury tne Preparatory School has been very of the cl If a child constanti, " Po
regarded it a matter of such car- to make this quite clear, went into town and came back Mabel Layne had teld lies while sat fact ry ‘in th “th ee Mon- neecs individual attent : rai .
dinal importance to the life of the Before the Council considereq !OMe about 4.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m in the witne ‘ ae i ; Mabel ari " Classe ; . as HA eannot wal . rogr ss the it thi for feather
island that the appointment of a the amendments recommended by He noticed that Mabel had made Dayna id rf it be wp ri Eioak clea are the M meee ‘| nat aed eat ie
joint committee of Hoth Houses of the Select Committee. the car teu for him. seh e sat Ma she € xDerie Preparatc \ es ISSeS, € ; istress class’ work must b or every colour—
the Legislature to examine the H. A. Cuke expressed the view During the time Mabel « enced certain sensations when The members of the three supplemenied by the parents ’
problem and to make recommen- that the only pewuls of the bin sates Borin ce a Sele the child was born and still she Houses have continued to vie with Let me assure you that eaci r
dations was suggested. would be negative in character hae a ah e ‘ ~ GaSe did not know that a child was wach other to secure the cups for member of the Preparatory Schoo It cleans, preserves—and how it

In view of that he had asked Said Mr. Cuke-- ethos neat Ea - er hearing born. There was no doubt that Study and Games, St. Stanis- Staff is fulfilling her duties mos ‘.

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leave to make his motion for the “When this bill came. for the people speaking. He did Layne was wilfully lying on the jaus’s House winning the Study conscientiously and lovingly wit polishes! Ask your retailer for Propert’s.
address to be sent to the Other first time, before the Legis} ative no ROUCE whether Mabel was stand. She described the house Cup, and Therese’s House the regard to the children entruste ;
Place in that connection. Council I’ then stated that, while ue oh er y goats ny and said she was sitting on the Sports Cup. to her, and that each one is work Nothing else is quite the same, Watch
He had _ purposely avoided { was F : see whether she was slimmer bed. Vere King was probably I â„¢ ; : with heart and s : :

A : : ¢ in agreement } =
making any mention as to the ¢iple of holidz a oe the prin or fatter after June 13 trying to cover up for someone. jcen eis most popular gimes g00d of your children, Ursulint the difference it makes to your shoes!
numbers but he thought that there had for the past , : eae oye I _ After he heard people talk- Both of them—Vere King and gmong the members of the are trained to be not mere!

Ss * six ’ ors ‘a ee . . years given ing ak Mabe . abel Li » his ie —. - . ; : : wren a
Gar Pee unk cee a holidays with pay, both to my look Se Mabel he did. not Mabel Layne—had told lies, Preparatory School and we are ‘teachers’ but ‘mothers’ to tak
from that Council. ; “ Office staff and domestic em- 7 By What Mabel King said about Pleased to know that we can ex- She te ee een eee
Hon. Dr. A. S. Cato seconded, ployees, I did not agree with the — His place has a toilet and on the pit and about the child was PF Ys 1 ee nat har ane . gel Seer ae eer i
He said that although opiniong terms of the bill since it was un- Friday morning when he went 2°t true. Anyhow, Mabel Layne} Netball hs ddan UM ag cant bbe r 2s asibill es trea ea
might differ as to the methods in workable, and far from bringing there he heard a sound as of a Went on to say that her mother ext term. rae oe ility, for through wor
dealing with the problem yet they about better relations between child crying He never before told her that she had tilted the Musical Enthusiasm She vee = ie my WANS. §
were all agreed that it was an employers and workers would heard anything like that in the basin into the pit. The accused hae a ee te ont ( tine l tl a of eternal life
important one and needed to be tend to make relations more difi- pit. He went to Black Rock Sta- ©oUld not have thrown the child ' ghegh 9 will be repeals Pc —— e souls and to lead then
ackied, cult, It was my view that the bi!) ; ate nto the pit, there would have Hear that a remarkable enthusia oer
avre i . . ms ’ ali ne + tion and reported the matter. (" \ pit, a a f me . g as 12) “fore ” Site i ‘
se —— with ig st Mr. if there was to be one should be Mabel I nie was in the ; ard been bruises on the ee oo ee ee re 2 ae = ene eet
y -epar > : Me 1 ai as é : ave syOUS , ors . , f rize
pa te is an rt Ft in general terms and should le when he left and when he Could not have lowered the child ‘isplayed a ne pa ee “03 the ee Hi ap ASE HAE OF prize
Select ; Con mitte : ES Eopotnted late for only particular classes came back with Corporal Shep- into the pit a feat which the 3 o ee ae ioe sen f eres rf a oe rs
4 ee ee, hich would ; 4 ; % ayn accused was incapable of doir especially among the boarders of gramme performed by pupils of
should be authoritative without “© would be listed under a herd, Mabel was still in the #ecusec a ae 1 ‘hool. The Musical Society the Montessori ; Pr °
oul a ! eheaule . ia? ae ape ete: ae : the school. ne Musical Society tt I itessori and Preparatory Ww ll h that h if
Seri BEC oo Sa te ceed tains deg Statement Untrue entertainments which have taken School, ° Soon ave ai g er
Other Groups A TR ara es Small Soe The Crown brought as their place regularly each term and in Sacred Songs sung by a selected
ee eee , “SS abel Layne and what hich members have displayed group from the Main Sct l s
9 i‘ ° ‘ ‘As experienc . ‘ Cross examined by Mr. Malone, W-'™&s Ma : v : School wa
B dos Gulf Oil Co. ; os experience was gained King said that he has a horse Ste said about this matter was their talents, have been an in- the final item onthe programme
v x th epiaier ae wo iy Se: which he bought in February "ot true. centive to serious practice and After the distribution of prize
oT e Specified classes of em- 5 " j The accused is the ther of » fostere t gress yarents 1 rel 1s
(| 5 a aU , em 1950, On June 13 he was looking ve accused is the mother Of )ave fostered much progress } and relatives who attend
Continue Surve y noress under the scheauie, after his horse when Mabel told the girl who gave birth to the Let me now thank you, the ed the prize giving inspected an SEPTIC COUNTER
The Barbados Gulf Oil Co. is athies sroups would be added, him to call her mother, After child, There are many suspicious Parents, for the very real interes! exhibition of art and needlework Children’s accidents quickly te-
continuing routine seismographic Ms view was shared bota by returning from Mabel’s mother things about this case, There are you are taking in your children’s done by the pupils during the past spond to the s othing and healing
work which at present is taking the Acting Governor and the he went back to the horse, . times without number when progress, Many of you have year cicirisetian ‘a solais witebs
them trom St. Lucy through St Labour Commissioner, and was He keeps his horse and cart mothers will put themselves in come to me personally to discuss aoe “ye ter i bias rs 1
Andrew to Christ Church in tne ‘conformity with U.K. Legis- outside of the yard at the back of danger to protect their children. their studies and their Application eee ee oe th mab h yy ‘a ia Oe
haat lation. However. ainst the the house. What the accused did would be heir + -k. This has pl C s *acitle ; he growth of n Ka
vicinity of Oistin’s Bay, said Dr. » agains: he i to their work us as j St. Cecilia, after whom the new
. ve a > wl : rg - any or ying + 7 men 1 a“ the damaged aren, Keep a tin
W. F. Auer, the company’s Man. #4Vice of those whose experi- natural for any mother—trying me much snd I shall always wel- headquarters of the Police Band is
ager ier, the company’s Ma ence and knowledge slioukd Looked the Same to protect her daughter, The con- come you. RSA: 24 the patron aula of music handy for family use,
aS , 5 ' g a : 3 2g, ras ‘aly . 3 agers er musical fame rests on the pass
“The survey is still too much in aii on taken, the _ bill, Mabel and ‘himself never talked es eee oe. as On the other hand, I ask vou ing notice in her legend that
its infancy to be able to judge as Which is before us to-day, was = about anything on the night of ,,,Mabel Layne has hed, sald. to realize that a little eb Jd’s praised God by instrumental as weil FOR
to results sent to the Legislature, was June 13. She looked just the same The fact remains that someone propre is normally very siow, by voeal music. This has inspire SPOTS, BRUISES
Pe , : i passed by the Other Plac . e : f put this child into the pit. Every- - - ents ay -nktnape Oh a masterpiec in art the , BR "
In order to speed up the seis- ¥ er Place but = to him. eae RA MAME RA ab BY | Wok a and some parents may f Raphael at Bologne, the Rubens in Bet RASHES,
mic work, it has recently been Tedected by this Council, in At this stage Dr, Stoker was body knew that Mabel was preg- be inclined to expect too much iin, and in literature, she is commemo AS ’
. as : . : . ra ‘ t . m1 :
decided to carry on the seismic ‘he rejection of which I made recalled, Dr. Stoker said that the ["" roe cate cy ere oars of the children in too short a tated by Dryden famous ode, set oS ABRASIONS, Ete,
3 seis C rey ¢ ave r gs the . sie by Handel in 1736, and later by 2 oo
shot hole drilling work in two 4 ,Â¥ery big contribution. injection that the child was given - haeaeeetaice: it? OF purring space of time. Sir Herbert Parry in 1889 ae oe Se
shifts a Gay -vethey than abe. All the criticisms of the bill never affected his treatment, The © i a int pe i. bac By all means we must condemn GERMOLENE soothes at a touch—heals in record time.
“Rumours to the effect that Gulf “ich I then outlined are as valid child was suffering from shock As counsel for the defence he ja7iness and idleness in any child. eth a eee ih
; ; % ¥ ru’, to-day as ever. I donot retract one The injections that the child re- ™USt examine the evidence. The 14 jet us not forget that it takes CLL LALLLPPPVAAPPP PEL PPLE CPOE EE
is drilling for oil in any one of ord -of criticism which I then ceived could ave done no harm, Prosecution has to prove that the tine and much repetition of the ee ee 2 PPO OOOO ORI OES,
the above parishes are incorrect “ : reived © lave me no na an aes irs » wit > al : a r
ye oe Spun? b andl upon re- pronounced, and I am still of the A five minute examination was accused put uns ‘ hild ae ame truth rbefore it.really does |
ports from the aounies ve mervatiid opinion that those who in the past sufficient for the child and he gave with an intention of doing i penctrate inte the little one’s mind.
the snail shot hole drill which enjoyed holidays with pay will instructions for the child to be Seme ev! We must be very patient at the
is “Helpe us in conhestion ‘soit continue to do so, bill or no bill, taken to a ward. - @ On Page 7 teginning of a new school year, )
the naternic survey and that many who in the past Inspector G, Springer said 7
"7 tn feaaeteagh ce did not get holidays with pay 1) that on June 16, about 9.55 p.m., = ”
This drill will at no time pene- ot be any ation off en yi he was at Black Rock Police a 2 a | a a a a ba ‘a aS i 2 e
és a . + ret ¢ + ) e
ee oe 300 a . o sie passage of this bill, Station where Ruby Layne was in B I N S Is 7 oO N B 6
resulfing holes are used only for *‘\n yh ' iy. He charged her with the
; : } he only result that can ensue Custody, He charged her with the
the setting and exploding of dyna- so r . eo naehh a female chil
- > . from this bill will be negative Murder of a female child 7
mite charges. r silinn she wanted to sa
. ae in character. However, I. have *Sked her if she wanted to sa y w
“The Barbados Gulf Oil Co., will 2). 7 , ari ; _ ’ , ’ ‘my
nak be mena tes drill its first deep always held the view that a sec- Freee. as ica ead a VL di My, Zn) SAFE
: 7 4 rt ‘ he Ond chamber should not set it- uby Lane saic eo
oil test hole until April 1952 at the ; ay chi “t is . » I told 2 r nen ab NA
padtiestal until Ay r self up to block for all time the oe T eh a es thie Catt ee B 8 It's easy to keep Lio aD AN VISEPTIC
legislation which the people's writing, read it over to her and THEY ARE THE BEST the lavatory clean! a, eo
See ee ue ae oer bande signed it, a Shake some ‘ Harpic’ into the bowl w
& > pass SS > extre > 7 eo
I Tih C A if ae re ee u Press n - ne a ‘eae To Mr. Malone Inspector a pormeees leave overnight then flush a sl ‘ ae F
Pp ie Counc iiherties ya rien ae a ee Springer said that he was working Phat's-all, “Mo; brush ie-naeded. Oe Though a powerful and penetrating germicide, it can
her! =. a « wo acck an® on the case since the child wa | H JASON JONES & co LTD ¥ Agents ‘Harpic's thordagh. action cleats “ be used not only on the skin, in the nose, throat and
7 ds 4 since the bill has been submitted found. He was in charge of the ‘i ‘ ; : a) . I Is ak i y
ester ay to the Other Place a second time, ease and interviewed Mabel Layne | disinfects and deodorises the whol eyes, but alson taken internally,
s : ase an 2 Mabe af i ’
EEN er eee ea reer and has again been passed by a about three times. Twice at nel a a B Ki Bw a uw w a a a pan—even where no brush can reach
yesterday, Sane Se 5 _ antial ane it : my in- Hospital ae oe ene pied and leaves the air refreshed RELIEVES PAIN AND PROMOTES
The Hon. the Colonial Secretany laid tention to vote for it to-day in its went to the Hospita e saw her 3 : 4 - > I "
documents comprising the Colonial Esti- orjginal form, or with such amend- on June 16 at the Hospital and Harpic’ és safe to use in all lavatories, >) RAPID HEALING
mstes, 1951—52 and the Government of sage ‘ fs . “ould t remember the time including those connected Co septic tanks. %
Coleridge and Parry School Scheme, 1951, Ments as may be accepted by the could not remember 'S 5 ' on .
The Council passed a Reply to His administration Stat t 6 ’ = i% ON SALE AT ALL DRUG STORES
Honour the Governor's Depiity’s Message Statemen % $
egarding the Economic and Co-op . ,
tion Agreement between the Governments an Pages a et hn said , He could nbt remember if Ruby} 1S 1 1c + ns 1 CY %
of the United Kingdom and the United . . ’ . wl, Sala ft ane told C Shepherd that she THE SAFE LAVATORY CLEANSER i kh If HIS PRU STORES— ,
: ates of America. The Council that before the Bill was proceed- w ae as Coe Se +i a 1 @ i \ | ie ak DISTRIBU ORS %
to tt itanieek yi ed with, he would like to say some- “"Gpj, Julian Watts said that on oan }% 3
, Ss agreeémen , : ~ a. atls Se y
“The Council passed an address to the thing of the attitude of the rare June 16 he went to Black Rock ttt tetetetetetet tt bitte ttttttttet ttt tststt ttt ttt tt tttsttN
with the form- Committee and _ the principles ————

Other Place in connectic
ation of a joint Committee of both House
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which guided them in making their
amendments















Station. He saw Inspector Springer

about 3 p.m. Cpl. Shepherd and












































and the steps that should be taken to ’ ¢ . Inspector Springer were in the ’
‘ i : The Select Committee realized ; sie a case spec
rlieve the proble office discussing a case, Inspector Ti
~The Council began consideration of the that the Bill was something en- Springer left a aaah’ after 4 AKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
ser iin pay Bill. ‘This was referrea t?ely new to Barbados and they im. Cpl. Shepherd questioned 7)
back to the Committee concluded that it would be wise Ruby Layne who made a volun-' vi RSION FAR }
ae ae Sead pei occ capa 3h to ee Hig eee er “ tary statement which Cpl. Shep-
of a Bi o amend the stri st posal anc imi le operation Of herd read back to her. She said j
of living Bonus to Emplcerees: Act 1947 eS ‘ ip bali 1erd read back to her. one sak e
(1947-6); and a resolution for the com- the Bill to regular employees it was true and correct and he now in effect
sr acquisition of 8 parses os Tan, As ee ae oe —, e the signed it as a witness,
pert o snantry lands of OSV IRE * recommendations o 1e nterna- Later the same day Ruby Layne} Enj ‘- .
> purpose of establishing a district 4:.), ag ab +a Leeda sar ' are J “NjOy a holida n ,
rate. be a , th ee a Seip col oe was formally charged and caution-| famed "vacation-lands —- aa ake
The Council adjourned sine die. 1e se obtained copies Of eq and made a statement to In- BC f
2 those recommendations and studied gnector Sprin rer Taepector! oo time and money on the vi MEW BOE TO
them. Spr ve our | aye ts 29
Springer signed the staternent, ~ aah
- “The International Labour Con- Police Constable 397 Willis] Li VERY ROOM
: / ’ : > i > oe owes
Rosalin« M. Calls ference considered that the pur- Forte said he went to the house| ® t fares ever.
ROSALINE M. is a new schooner Cee es oe meee - are, King on June 13 a @ 60-day excursions. We offer
f : >» shi ng los » Bar. p10} sons, N= jooked into a pit the and le
name in the shipping log for Bar ties for rest, recreation and thu King’s place to get a ladder, Cpl. @ All flights by “North star”
bados. But the schooner Rosaline 4 ../.) t off-thélr facultie: g's I Skyt
vhict ‘rived here from St. °°’ ‘uqn ent, OF ear facu ues. _ Shepherd took away the child but yliners. 31” at $2.06 yd.
» a Coats eigpneyraget Sacer es _ “The International Labour je remained at the house on duty :
Lucia yesterday Ww gnpeerenae oa Conference made it quite clear abel Layne was taken to the $2.25
Barbados, She was here quite what is meant by regular em- General Hospital by a police van. | ” 99 Dhed 4
Often perere 6 ne ae a. . Ployees. In sub section one of police Constable 182 Jones said » “$4.09 5,
The Leander J. was bought over section one of their recommen- on June 16 he went to Vere King’ ” ’ ?
by Captain Neville McLawrence dations, the Conference recom- )lace in Richmond Gap and wa stats %
— Se eae ae b mended among other things that handed a basin and a bleck dress
bigger and is now on tie run be- the continuity of service re- At this stage Mr. W. W. Reese
tween St. Lucia and Parbas quired in order to become en- asked His Honour to amend thé 50” 52
again under the name Rosaline M. to a holiday, should- not gate of the charge from June 13 5 » S652 2
She was renamed after the skip- be affected by interruptions t4 Junc 16 Mr. Melone raised no I ei
“ _ sai ote iG di Gooemonen oy ane or an objection. fet ist) Bae ca
ne osaline Mi. iS a ot onner dent, amily ove s, military ee
The Leander J. was not quite 30 service, the exercise of civic Pleads Guilty » 9, 98.65",
™ + : ‘ _ anag . : tion, see
tons. The Rosaline M. has brought rights,- changes in the manage- Nae ee J6, eno o .. Ltd §
for Barbados fruit—mangoes most- ment of the undertaking i: Mr. G. B. Griffith, next witnes McGregor St., Bridgetown ” » ® ”
} + tawod } + VLC P ”
ly—and copra Her ents are which the employed person is called, said that while acting a 4 ae.
the Schooner Owner ociation ployed, or intermittent in- Police Ma istrate of District “A’ Phone—4516 ” » $3.62 5,
Vv intar unemple ent if tt Ruby “Layne appeared before hin
ee duration of the nployment charged v murder. After every- TRANS - CANADA em f
ar tre aoa tok once eribed thit ncladed Ruby’ Layo cm ffir [nes
IDA li nd if the € mn d I am iil { the International e
3 se : cerned, resumes employment Mabel L e was one ie Trans-Atiantic 1 1 Qn
GOVERN a i ‘ tne i he heary Transcontinental j i T
boat Ida was Prescribed Period ( 3 a J oe d na d ‘ }UR INSPECTION
eneral repa c # tiny + of J ¥
€ “i to be off do i ri at Inte | { © eT 1" .
et
will be doing extra wv f 1 ene —
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Tins Birds Custard Powder 45 40 Moirs Chocolate (3 Bars) 33 24

Pkgs. Lemon Puffer Biscuits 52 44 Pkgs. Quaker Corn Flakes 30 26
Bots. Local Vinegar (Brown) 22 18

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CLASSIFIED ADS.

FOR SALE





For Births, Marriage or Engagement
@ennouncements in Carib Calling the
charge is $3.00 for any number of words



up to 80 and 6 cents per word for each Minimum charge week 72 cents and
additional wo'd. Terms cash. Phone 2508] 9% ‘cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
between 8.30 und 4 p.m., 3113 for Death; “97s 3 cents @ word week—4 cenis o

Notices oniy after 4 p.m. word on Sundays

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The charge for announcements of
Forths. Marilages, Deaths, Acknowl-
edgments, and In Memoriam notices
e-wv UL ween-days“ana $1.80 on Sundays
for any number of words up to 50, and} CAR—Austin 7, good tyre Phone
3 cents per word on_ weck-days and, 8675. Hamilton, Wertning View Gap
4 cents per word on Sundays for cach 18.751
additional word.







erder, 4 new tyres. Dial 4389,

ANNOUNCEMENTS 11.7.51—3n,
































































. Autographs etc., at Gorringes Antique
General Certificate and working to Open | & “ *
Scholarship standard. It has a Sixth Shop, adjoining Royal Yacht Club.







Form of 100 and is represented on the 3,9 ;00—-8,6-%
HMC as an Overseas School . ; "HP >
APPLICATIONS together with TWO SEE CDENT TOOTHE ARTE

Start saving your Amm-i-dent Tooth
eres REPEHIGE: a DEO TOGT TT prste Boxes. Within a short while you
and A MEDICAL CERTIFICATE stating | â„¢4Y be the winner of one of the follow-
fitness for service in a tropical climate, | !"8:— 1st Prize 350.00, 2nd Prize $15.00,
should be sent by airmail to J. C HAM- | 39 Prize $5.00. 1.7.51-—-288
MOND, MA. _ (Cantab), HARRISON i js ie |, eee
COLLEGE, “BARBADOS, BWI, me *‘NOXACORN’'—Never neglect a corn
arrive NOT LATER than 8th September,]®" 4 Callous. Remove it immediately
1951 14751.—2n | With the aid of “Noxacorn” Antiseptic
Corn Remover. Price 2/6 bot. Knight’
Ltd 17.7 ,51—

ALEXANDRA SCHOOL “NERVITONE WINE"—We have in|

stock “‘Nervitone Wine” which stimulates |

The following candidates have gained! the nerves, enriches the blood and builds |

Seraiealort to the School in September] up new reserves of strength and vigour. |
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LORNA EILEEN CLARKE RECORDS: Charlie Kunz, Bing, Swing |
MAUREEN VERONICA TUDOR ....and we will order for you if we|

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CAR—One Mofris 8 good running | ———

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
| PUBLIC SALES | FOR RENT PUBLIC NOTICES

cr nee etenee
. Ten cents per agate line on week-days



Minimum charge week 72 eente and |
6 cents Sundays 24 words — ows M4}













i a and 12 cents per agate line un Sundays,
REAL ESTATE } wae en by | & word week—4 cents O! nininum charge $1.30 on weekdays
ndays. ond $1.80 on Sundays
(E VALE, » cotiage in Hastings om : OTICE |
=e HOUSES areas
fitineas © Tommoetien ae tt seat |
151 77 Shade PARADISE BEACH CLUB |
- . NOTICE TO MEMBERS |
HOUSE SPOTS—At Amity Luage BPIGHTY CoD Lawrences Gap. T) accordance? with Ruts %4 the Chub |
Water light: Roads being cénstru n@ period F ished or unfurnie “an bu closed to members on Saturday
Ru vice at entrance. Apply to Nor. i.opection bY appointment only | #8 July, from 3 pom ik
n Alleyne, “Fairway Worthing 12 7 Bian. | Ve Btestin
Phone 8164 14.7. 5i-—sn | - i. eames
—— | INGRID: Hood Road, Navy Gardens! MOTICE
J AT ST. 4 e new mene hens i ’ N ICE



a bedrooms, draw PARISH OF SAINT THOMAS



ite i & room, dining room pantry, kitehtn, SFALED TENDERS
c . RB 2 LAS will } ~elve
t ite, 10 j “th ena << warage and out house, by the undersigaed up to the ath -
wt servants’ room. Furnished 6° un-: Avgust 198? for the remova :
ws ; emoval f th
oe Secs ot mimainenitettele costes anished Apply to Messrs Yearwooa | « roof and the craction ia . ads ane
suiMiings at Wildey Plantation Boyce Dial 4993 or Dr. EF. $8 i. Glendale, St. Thomas. Tend \ I
St. Michael. ¢ miles from tostiah. Dini 5172. Vaeant from ist] » ¥ ders for] ARY

Bridgetown ptember 15 7.5180



































































|
CAR, V-8 Ford 1934 in good order, DWPLLING HOUSE—Two-rtorey wall} visit client at Gisndale
HOLIDAY RESORTS—Grenada—isle of | tyres. Apply: Ammont Minds. Peoseeee | building With paraper nooks very One] FROM AUGUST 1ST ie Mmspection and further particulars | Lapy
Spices. SANTA MARIA—loveliest hotel| <: James or Dial 2175 7.51—1n | View is obtained of the harbour at | SULVER W F " eer
3 7 b Aye Mag eam ‘ n€ harbour and th th ATERS-Silver Sands, draw- | w
in Caribbean. Rates from $7.00 per head | | parishes of St Thomas and St. George @ and dining rooms 4 bedrooms with | § F , GOODING,
ber day. GRAND HOTEL—in best resi-| Can —1949 Dodge Sedan Fluid Drive FACTORY BUILDING. 100 it 40 ft nning water, garage and servant rooms. | trong Hope Plantation
dential distriet under Government House | nari: Blue, in excellent condition § Suitable for u 8 Warehouse « al 4462 or 8711. Ask for Mr. Joh Chureh Warden
hill. Rates from $5.00 per head per day. FORT KOYAL GARAGE ITD bond Fe lia, a eh 1S TS ay |
SEASIDE INN—On Grand Anse Bathing Telephone 454. — 14.7.51--6n IF. DOUBLE GARAGE, puilt ar! ceetetescighiiae teat earcettisay ae eet ee ecient _
Beach. Rates from $4.00 per head per tas tone. roofed with Ra “diron. | ROOMS=H Coot Rooms with running | NOTICE
day. Enquiries to D.“M. Slinger, Grenada. VAN--A Twelve Horse Power Bedford | TWO-STOREY W ING, useu] ater, 10 minutes walk to city or clubs. | Re Estate of
aa aan 7 first c.ass condition. Pr.ced to | ®3 Storehouse and g vith or without meals. Dial 3356 | CHARLES AUGUSTL S HARMON
eeneeans z page Te ed | Pply; Courtesy Garage or Dial Lad K PENS. For 17.7.81—t j BRANCH (Dece
<> BARRISONIAN SOCSTY gill i7.7.51—in culars apply to the Manage: = Is HEREBY G-VEN that all
e Annual Dinner wi Pred at | pm 18.7. 51 THE CAMP--On the Sea, S y ' : ‘
Marine Hotel on Saturday July 28th Pick-up Morris 8 in good working | amen ai Saimaineioti S 4 ‘ully Turnished Dial asst, ee jt Estate of. Guites Adowie oe
at 8 p.m. lorder wiin almost new body. Appiy | THE ROSARY" St. George (near St. 147 51.— | Branch, deceased, late of We: oy
. Sl.—t fn, » late of Westbury Road
Members attending are requested to| Stoute’s Drug Store or Marshall & | George’s Rectory) — 5 miles from town— a the Ps f Sain iohe ‘i
Parish of Saint Michael, in this
notify the Secretary by July 25th. Edwara’s Garage, Roebuck Street, | 0" a bus route 3 bedrooms, drawing- BARBADOS TURF CLUB Island who died in this island on the
Subscription .............. es 85.00 | shore it can be seen. Phone 2549 or | "Om, eri ao and breakfast ¢oom, FOR RENT | '@th day of June 1951, are requested to
S. O'C. GITTENS. 453, 22.6.51—t.f.n, | Verandah on South Side, Company's One (1) 5 ft. Booth Space for Summer d in particulars of their claims duh ‘
Hon. Secretary, —— CO er, Telephone and electric light ‘ecting, 1951, at $4.00 per runnin foot | tested to the undersigned Martin Fitz-
. =
Harrison College. ELECTRICAL ; about %4 acres of grounds surrounded by spply to: ssrald Thorne of Richmond Gap, St
: 17.7.51—3n. oe Sane wea pet Ke cs Oa te oi Ga LEWIs, enact cee or eon the Sist day of Ss
—— PHILCO REFRIGERATOR: rr eee! won = 1 Oe jarage or Secretary. " gus 1, after which date 1 ghai|S Ps
PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY | ft. Pui width freezing chamber. Brand ayaa cea nea ee Serr £5,7,61-—Sn, ireencd een oe ~ oo énthiak 49
new unit, Reconditioned throughout, Tan peaks . | hhaknonen ~ "5 : ee - 3.5.
ath nerd BARBADOS E sel ieee de inasereen ate werd. Gheent tainsPection on application to the care« REMOVAL NOTICE ene of E. peuard, only ; ta such ss
ortant mecting of the Society at the} Side. Apply H. L, Smith, Sandford, | “wij p or sale etlor re : fake ieee :
PMC A. on Waddaeday, July. 1eth. at| St. Philip. 7.7.51—t-£.0. | our "Ditoey ot Striney. ony Fas aes a Me are Hist te miotity: cur Customers | Tere AAG ©. wal not -be Mable for ths ve
eee KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR? Gu )2Pâ„¢ + a Lome Me Paniitere Meee, | eoay Batenn of Whore Gait ot elatnt oo:
HW. A. MAPP, ; GERATOR— u - LING a . re-open our Furniture Business at the ee yhose debt or claim
Hoi Bonebiatx Ft. Dial 95-239. CARRINGTON & i i Corner of Middle and Victoria Streets \i shall not then have had notice
Seen iek 14751.-tin “TE \} where we have served ou so efficiently an all persons indebted to the said
hae =" slliaticaeal dy co ae ND : in the past. We thank you for your ate are requested to settle t*otr
SECOND HAND PEFRiIGERATORS, in AUCTI pust Support and solicit your continual Werdtedness without delay,
EDUCATIONAI nines pay coniition, one “Frigidaire” Al ON patronage, So for Purniture try Susie “ie ath 7 ae soe Ss
4 a an one “Princess” Also some new | —————____..._.. hnintintnsitlintncenctatai jainhec executor oF the Estate ©
“Frigidaire” refrigerators still in stock MIDDLE STREET FURNITURE Depot, | Charles Agustus Harmon Brar4, | §
at our new Showroom, Lower Broad UNDER THE SILVER 18.7. 51---2 consed. 4751-40 1
WANTED ' Street, cash or terms. K. R. Hunte &/} ea St ean
2 . oh?» Co., Ltd. 17.7.#-—mn; | NOTICE (S HEREBY GIVEN that it is
HARRISON COLLEGE, BARBADOS, Sl lara ns HAMMER he intention of the Conimissioners of NOTICE
eS } LIVESTOCK iighWays of the Parish of St. Philip of | ,APplications are invited for the post of
ee eee If possible in JANUARY “ £0s8 “ar . this Island to cause to be introduced | “stant Nurse at St. Lucy's Almsnouse
; - Ae | a -MORROW THI RSD AY wT nto the Legislature of this Island a Bill | “$4 S#lary of $60.00 per month. Uniforms
A_ GRADUATE to teach PHYSICS up PUPPIES—5 Cocker Spaniel Puppies} Sale of the House Appointments of authorising the said Commissioners to etc., and quarters provided, Applicants
to OPEN SCHOLARSHIP STANDARD. {Red and White) Pedigree Stock, Phone | Mrs. Florence Alleyne at the Rosars ta) Increase the — sé sof the | ust be full certificated midwives and
SALARY: This will be on the Special | 3304 147 51:~Â¥in. | St. George. Both antique and modern! Inspecto: and Assistant Inspecto f| Seneral nurses
oon oe aor rising ee sie ee — _ nw eon | Furniture and a Hillman Motor Car in| mighways of the said Pariah 16 atin The successful candidate must com-
ents o 30 to a maximum o! . In LIVESTOCK—One Mule and one miich | g00d condition not exceeding Sate na 1th ae vence duties on the 26th, A s
7 2 oxce $200.00 and $175.00 ; uh. August, 1951
See daeatmu om fae gz -AODS Wis Pn Bho | sgdhsepetgt agg" NTH | Scan il eset by ne v>| ROYAL NETHERLANDS
ethene eC eens 2856. 18.7.51—2n BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. (b) Increase the travelling allowances | '? Saturday Ste ks
E aan of said Inspector and Assistant Ingpector . a
eon as eae against POULTRY Auctioneers to sums not exceeding $10.00 and 0.00 | Clerk, Poor Law Guardian,
no passage money is available for icave,| ——————— ——————“— __ 18.7.51—In. | per month respectively St. Lucy.
or, teturn. PIGEONS—Runts, From imported and =o i a tas et eae ; ae ine te ee to. have effect as 14.7.51--60. | tS MAAS—12th July 1951.
e post is pensionable under the Bar-| CUP Winning strain. al 4361 or 35, | ‘ 5. , > owes, ine sd en See ee oe neat eae
bacos Teachers’ Pension Act. No. contri- G. L, W, Clarke, 167 51—sy) Under The Diamund Hammer Dated -thip 16th, day of July, 4900. } NOTICE M
tutions are payable, bu he minimum eae dadnaneeenirartie A 5) : nae © ae | PARISH OF ST. LUCY
qualifying period is ten years, Service at MISCELLANEOUS | By instructions from Mrs, Worrell I) soiicit hae ee Se oe fe APPLICATIONS for one or more
Harrison College is counted as qualifying oue — will sell her entire lot of houschold| “Highways for the Paris of et Pollin’ |) cent Vestry Exhibitions, tenable at | ys
under the English Teachers’ Superannu- ANTIQUES — Of every description.| frniture ai her residence Bank Hail 2 ' P 18.7 51- ite e Parry School will be received by 5 ’
ation Act. . Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver |X Road opposite the Roxy Theatre on rs Jie not later than Saturday 1th August | SATLING
thar Bahool Of bed" raking ine 3 cratp Water-colours. Early books, Maps,| Thursday next the 19th July, 1951 at 1951. Candidates must be sons — of



1 ofelock, The sale includes One







Piano, Mahog. sitting, arm and morris 1

chairs, Mahog, Couch, Rockers, hardwood J “nad not more than. twelve years of
bentwood and folding chairs, Mahog Sealed Tei-ders, (marked on the en- | %8¢. Forms of applications must be
Waggon and tables, larder, hatstands,} Velope, ‘Tender for Loan) will be re-|cutained from the Parochial Treasurer Ms
radio iven bedstead, Mahogan ceived at my office up to Saturday, the | « office days. A Baptismal Certificate | wg
dressing table, night chair, was 28th July, 1951, for the loan of £800 to! must accompany each application

Kitchen tables and presses, glass and] the Parish of St. Joseph, at a rate of |

Candidates must present themselves to
Interest not exceeding 4% per annum, to! the Headmaster for. examination on
be repaid in three equal instalments of | Thursday, 9th August 1651, at 10 o'clock
£100 each, commencing in the month of | +
October, 1952 |
A. T KING,
Clerk , St Joseph Vestry

| Grandmother Not fiolidays With Pay
Guilty Of Murder @ From Page 5

china ware, kitchen utensils and many
other items too nume€rous to mention,
Terms Cash
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ae HELP Boy Drowned
PERSONAL a SENIOR OVERSEER at Old Bury | Ee





Suffered From Shock

A mass of eviaence had been

The public is hereby notified that un'ess| given by witnesse~, Sister Hackett

: person to see this
child which was suffering from

| shock. It was necessary that the

child be given injections. When
the child arrived at the General
Hospital it was given a five minute
examination, During the time a
the Hospital the child did not get
ihe attention it should have re-
ceived If the child perished a
result of not getting proper care

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murder.

not be guilty, If they had an)

St. Joseph was drowned about 9.15 (doubt on any of the points they

miust return a verdict in favour of
the accused. The prosecution had

Albert Mason of River Tenantry, | failed to prove satisfactorily thei

case, “Do not allow your natural
feeling of vengeance to vent it-
self on the accused,” he said.

Mr, W. W. Reece started to ad-
dr the jury for the prosecution
at 3.40 p.m. He told them that al!
of them should consider the facts
of the case, In that Court they
were supreme. On questions of
fact they were supreme. They were
to judge whether the accused per-
son was guilty or not. This wa
a case Which the prosecution wa
alleging that the accused mur-
dered a child who had no chance
on tnis earth. The facts were ap-~
palling and terrible. They should
look at all the evidence of the
case. If the child was already in
the pit when Vere King called
the girl’s mother; then it was up
to them to decide, They were en-
titled to draw inferences, The
Corporal had described to them
how he saw the pit and how he
got the child from the pit.

Lowered into Pit

A child found at the bottom of
a pit could have been lowered
down in a bucket or by a hoe.
The thing was that the child was
actually in the pit. That was a



Sch. United Pilgrim $., 47 tons net,| deliberate and cruel act in which

any jury would imply that ther:
was malice.

They heard the three points of
the defence counsel. The real
thing in that case was who put
the child in the pit.

In that matter the Police had
a duty to perform and after the
accused told Cpl. Shepherd that
she had thrown the child in the
pit, the Police could not have
dene anything else but arrest her
In that case it was who put the
child in the pit and that person
was guilty of murder. On. the



oa Puritan,| ¢vidence it was the accused whc

put the child in the pit. It war a
matter for them to decide.

His Honcur the Chief Justice
then summed up. The Jury de-
liberated for ten minutes and
returned a verdict of not guilty of

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Plantations Building.

He said that the Select Com-
mittee had, in their study of the
details of the Bill,, kept in mind,
the fact that regular employment
meant continuous employment and
had therefore adopted the Inter-
national Labour Conference’s re-
commendation of having a pre
scribed number of working days in
a prescribed period in order to
satisfy the conditions of continuity
of employment.

The International Labour Con-
ference realized that it would take
a longer time for the principle of
holidays with pay to become
workable in the case of agricul-
tural undertakings than in the
case of industrial and commercial
undertakings.

At the 34th Session of the
International Labour Organisation
hela in June this year, it had been
desided to put on the agenda for
next year’s conference: “a pro-
posed convention and recommen-



dation on holidays with pay in the] ¢

case of agricultural workers.”
Agricultural Workers

The International Labour Con-
ference were not clear in their
own minds what was the best
way to deal with holidays with
pay for agricultural workers.

“While the Select Committee
are in favour of holiday with pay
for all classes of workers, they
fee] that in the case of workers not
in regular employment, it is diffi-
cult to put that recommendation
into practice.”

He suggested to honourable
members thet if they found any
of the Com.nittee’s amendments
unacceptable, they should adopt
the recommendations of the Inter-
national Labour Conference to
tit loeal conditions rather than
depart in principle from the re-
commendations,

The Committec themselves,
since tne presentations of their
report, realized that some of their
amendments could be improved
‘pon.

After some doubt was expressed
as to the definition given i: clause
2, the Council ii the motion of the
Hon. Mr. Evelyn, referred the
metter back to the origirel Select
Committee with the addition of
the Hon. the Attorney General and}
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Snappers py ‘inst
Defeat In 2 Years



NAPPERS suffered ‘their first set-back yesterday after
noon at the Aquatic Club when Swordfish beat them two
goals to one. Snappers have played unbeaten in this com-
petition for two years: ‘Their last defeat was in July 1949

The result was the same
the odd goal in three

Sea Scouts beat them.
,ea Scouts won by

when 2nd
as yesterday's, &





Herbert Portillo scored both goals for Swordfish and Ken

Ince sent in the lone goal for Snappers.

In the second game, Whippe- ‘funie (Capt.) R Redman, D
rays defeated Police four goals te O'Neal. GC W L. Spence and D
ne Lisle Spence and David Weatherhead.

Booch Weatherhead scored two This afternoon's, fixture 38 Star-
each for Whipporays. Police got fish vs. cee Nymphs Referee: Mr.

Gir goal late in the second half. P. Fos
ul. Franklyn was the scorer. paenirrnenetenere a oe

Ove two hundred water polo
fans were kept on their toes from Inter- Bindon



















ng to end of the exciting
; r S ppers c | 30th ‘ 2a
Sone ted talturont ane Compelition At
n the water .
$ Combermere
It was a terrific struggie as earch
side by careful and close marking The Competition for the Inter-
kept off all attacks. When the game Piatoon Drill Cup ‘of the No. 3
was nine minutes old however, Compuny (Combetmere Cadets)
Swordfish on one of their many ‘ook place yesterday afternoon at
att broke through the Snap- Combermere School. No. 3 Platoon
pers f Nesta Portillo got the under the command of Cadet 2nd
ball brother Herbert who Lieut. by Richards won with a
a forcing shot. Half gran tal cf 371 points out of a
e found Snappers ooking for pogs ible "450. No. 1 Platoon vvitr
e equalis Cedet, 2nd Lieut. K. Reece . in
\ “ charge w second with 332 points,
Lqualiser ind No, 2 Platoon with Cadet, 2nd
Lieut. C. Clarke commanding, was
cam iorily after t having gained 318 points.
i Sna in an all After the competition Cpt
( offensive got the ball insi¢ D. R. Perkins invited the Staff
their oy} nts rea. Bannister Officers to chat with the cadets
nappe d 1 it high bout the Competition and Major
th nee. I jumped Warven asked Major Foster, his
t out of the water and prececess in office, to present
t! e ball into the net the Cup which had been donated
sh 1, Snappers | by previous members of No. 3
ige Swordfish began Company who were now Officers





























pace of the 1e and of the local Forces
iO who i a
] game throug hout was eet
unfortun: in not scorin On ny r
several occasions his shot sraped leachers XL
the top left hand corner of the "
woal. One of these concedes a Defeat Army
cornet! vhen goalkeeper Taylor
shed the ’ over the bar A Barbados Regiment XI
thing resulled and Snappers Opposed a team of past and pres-
f the ball upfield. Browne on ent students of Erdiston Training
the wing receiyed a pass. Hia College at the Erdiston Ground
opponent had left him momen- in a two-day cricket fixture end-
tarily and he was un-marked, It ing last Saturday The Teachers
was a golden opportunity, hut the Won.
ball eannoned into the right up- The Regiment batted for most
right. of the day and seored 74.. The
Teachers then went in and by
Y close of play on the first day they
Second Goal had iar 86 for 8. Resuming
Awavatiah got the nomdgonk (on Saturday the Teachers took
wordtisn got their s€concd goa’ their overnight total to 90 for all.
after four minutes of play — the The Army again took the
second half Herbert Portillo wicket but due to the accurate
again cored from about — SIX bowling of Cuffley and Norgrove
yards outside the goal Sten This they were all back in the pavilion
sent the crowd on the bridge fran- for a total score of 65. The Teach-
uuc, made Swordfish more aggres~ are jin their turn at the wicket
sive and Snappers on yet scored 50 for 9
another all out attempt to equal- Satting for Teachers Norgrove
ise, But Swordfish held firm top Albert Weatherhead in goal for grove and Cuffley shared the
Swordfish was always in position Howling honours for their team.
and Geoffrey Fostex kept the Recruit John Clarke, a speedster,
mighty Bannister well under con- wreaked havoc among the Teach-
trol. Gerald Jordan too — for ers in both innings and 2/Lt
Swordfish was marking Ince © larke collected 27 not out for the
extremely well and Maurice Fitz- Regiment in the first innings
Gerald was left to hold the third
Snappers attacker at bay. The
game ended soon after. Swordfish Connell To s
were the winners and still a ip
undefeated so far this season. ° ~v
The second game was some- Rifle Shool
what of an anti-climax after the
first. Nevertheless the two teams The best eight scores recorded
were evenly matched. The game at the 25 yards range of the
was four minutes old and neither Barbados Small Bore Rifle Club
side had scored when a terrific on Saturday 14, were:
cloudburst cleared the crowded Lt, Col. J, Connell 99
pier of all the ectators and the Major J. E. Griffith 98
referee too h to halt play and Mr. M. Gardner 97
take cover. This stopped play for Major A, S, Warren 97
about three minutes. Mr. K. Yearwood 96
One minute after the referee Mr T. A. L. Roberts 95
threw the ball into play, Whippo- Mr G, C. May 95
rays got their first goal Lisle Mr. T G. McKinstry 95
Spence was the scorer. Half time The next handicap spoon shoot
faund Police en the offensive will be on Saturday 11th. August.
Whipporas sot their second The handicap will be worked out
goal after five minutes’ play in the 9" the scores made in July,
second half, This was scored by
David “Boocna” Weatherhead
Weatherhead ecently arrived SUMMERHAYES TENNIS
from England where he is study-

ing medicine. He used to play for TOURNAMENT











Swordfish, but this year is lining oe . . s
up for Whipporays. Both Ward MONDAY Ss RESULTS
and Spence tried unsuccessfully to - Men's Singles F
score before the ball bounced out _ ©. R. Atkinson beat D. A, Wile
to Weatherhead and he scored 81, 7—9.
from close inge, Two minutes | J S.B. Deir beat Dr. D, A, Gale
later W head scored again 6—1, 7—5,
with another werful shot, TODAY'S FIXTURE

* Men's Singles

; With two minutes to go’ Police J. C. Barker vs J. S. B. Dear
in one of their attacks on the
Whipporays goal, got the ball to Y
Franklyn who unmarked, He YACHT CLUB TENNIS
opened the scoring for his team. “1
Jkisle Spence ‘ored the fourth RESULTS
goal for his team soon after and Rita: :
shortly after this the time-keeper THE result of Monday's tennis
blew the game off at the Yacht Club was:

The referee was Mr. J. Knight Men's Singles Finals:—J. _D.

The teams were: Trimingham _ beat C. Godfree

Swordfish: A Weatherhead, 6-4, 6—3 and 6—4

(Capt.), CG. Foster, M. Fitzgerald, The result of yesterday's tennis,
N. Portillo, G. Jordan, M. Jordan’ Men's Doubles, Semi-finals was:—
and H Portillo. Dr? i; 3G Manning and J. D.
Snappers: A. Taylor, G. McLean, Trimingham beat R. S, Nicholls
(Capt.), C. McLean, K. Ince, M. and G, Hunte 6—1, 6—2 and 6—1
Browne, D. Bannister and Hazell Today's tennis is G. H. Manning
Police: E Harris, W. Phillips, M. and F. D, Barnes vs J. D, Triming-
Richards (Capt.) R. Alleyne. L ham and Dr, C, G. Manning
Best, L. Dodson and M. Franklyn Club tennis will begin from
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SUGAR RAY ROBINSON, in this pose bears a striking resemblance to Joe Louis, once undisputed ruler
of the boxing world. Robinson, recently dethroned by Randolph Turpin, has just signed for a return bout
in New York. In this picture are Gainsford, Robinson's manager, Jack Solomons, fight promoter, ane
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Kid Gavillan
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(14814) of Ontario,
in a 10-round non-title
his first appearance as the
elterweight champion.

(1484) of

Gavillan withstood a sturdy at-





from Pruden early in the |
ind then dominated the con-
test with fast footwork and faster
unching to win. However, the
wd of 9,069 fans who paid
468 both cneered and booed
iilan as he left the ring. After
the bout, Gavillan said that he is

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ace.

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Preliminary elimination races GLOBE: “All About Eve" 8.30 p.m.
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winner of each local race thor emt neific’’ 4.45 & 8.90 p.m. B
competes for the regional cham- exaneetuacaa oat
pionship. For example, there will ROYAL ‘Marshal of Laredo &
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Germany, One each will be held 1.45 @ 6.15pm at Wl BHGATE St. Michael
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of Akron during Derby weekend, ‘ x: : : 7
the oaeans008 on all oneee Yesterday's Sites from 10,000 sq. ft. upwards
ing nations wi Je entertained
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grammes, and other events. The From Codrington
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