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r \I.I i '(.in RAKIIAIKIV XllVOI \TI II f -.!> \ -s II LI .:. IMI % %  *•* t,i u |U Jtfe Louis Is Lou Scores Prevail Back At His J11 Intermediate Games Old Job .< >w so >RE8 %  -. %  found ti a • '' U %  liking %  JOHN M \< \lt\M Do Not yVofea// McCarthy Now Sports \\ inttow M slisi'o. I %  J KM C I Hr* ru,. Bo P* I „T Fall of w. f". *. .* f... ROWUMG %  It I Tmm dot s wnn %  %  I. CrKhlow I lop IS .4 I ( U r II 3 < Mill A "Kill" r* 'MUM* f'afcl* a Wtr#l...-l.i l"l..|. IIIUM M M Ml %  I %  Irak They • ir u*. Tlw I .|. Ulil' %  %  I 10 i %  Pick • octod • %  .."rl.-U IHl H I rt M ii H u no) %  %  % %  %  \ vain*! % %  %  %  %  < 'A %  %  %  I 'A U %  'M fid '. %  I I"" Ickei t<>r 2ii runi I : | .1. %  >. %  %  I %  .. I .-:: I I'll A ur lot lips and for 11. :.\y %  i the wray They %  %  %  %  v 1 ( knocl %  it and Frank I %  %  gave the hest bowlli %  %  i in %  1 III axiom They N. Back is %  'fi,tight Umr and it is MM tha .gainst the passage of tune It %  fwt tha. no world cl Bolli Uv ind the historians reckoned without I'.ai iccord-busttr.K body the British lawful it Is Ditto i.nxing Eli By SPORTSMAN MR SID PEGLER, the Souih African mi Ml I asked him (i I %  lions that the bowling action of Cuan McC.it ,l HI the Test) is open to (|ui I think it if. I %  mil*. p-u 1 might can matches an<' .i varletv of county dot i -aid games have passed his eetlon as Gold ci-ring. %  basil** 11 ptayej rrlwr four kept dropping off TftTL* mini lad Joe Louis as he.. . gsma Her weight eJtampion of thi fork! '' %  leellng*' aft""' defeat if ... .. A ..„ that match waa: "1 In thr.^o lerma: In 1849. nldid so. If Frank r in of Jo.1r final sot you have Louis a* world heavy-weight %  '• "" %  < .. .s %  ,,„. ton%  erliei In the u.ui : %  %  -, in. I did talk with Mr Now I know differently/ ButhortUaa us thu %  F %  .: ha [hi % %  • Aoeordtngl] arhen the match was made betwi %  Empire, and European champion, the H.ll U. of C. made id it (hey trai winner *s world he,.. I defeated under chami Pegler %  houl McCarthy Ha told me that two <>r three years ago If) South Africa. As %  result, unknown to the bowler, a slow motion film was taken of him MM TVM SavM And Flam Cause Upsets At \\ imhlrdoif Cricfcnt authorities saw the film. passed the action a* corn l k since than i M been MB, Ihrough two Test ani %  %  and was iheretore i recognised, land, imludlni one against KIIKBarveai has now been man In boxing I doubt it hi mininu an im.,,„,. (., SHII.IS The Sili-nt WIMBLEDON. July 2. Dlek Saviti of New J%  ii A. P. Lgrsei ,i.(i ii* rb Flam t Callfori ia eliminated Frank Sedgmsfl Of Australia in a pah c4 ranch the men';. .singles emi-uiials .d the Wimni. tournament Mondj. i en 6—1. 6^—4. "perl 6^4, me from tar behind to beat Sedgman on the sweltering oeniri court In one "f tha %  %  ten In aU Fngl.ixl tawn tennis rhampioi:slupFl.m BpOtted SetlKir :.i I I I—6 ti -3, fi i. I ... hook Ihriller to reach toali v M rr ,i UJVI* II m.l."ci and I i.rrlor. l -coriil t* th Fix Cl'ib llh IH WHATS ON TO-DAY I'rm.est \ I n qulry al Legtskam.< m II ll Cenrt N '.r ia*f ""iinii pitiiee Cenrta ( ourt of Orlclnal JuriMtirllon Mrellns of the I ci:i-l ii.v. I le a.m. f i nl HaaUag efl the %  enaa • %  f AanatnM] Mobile ( ineina nlvrs *how it Srarle-. Factory Yard. ChrWt church :.3' Policr Band BBsye al SI. Peter's Almshouse ~ 4. I i\i M a —pai -nan BI--B-. I I p ... Md %  Aqaalli— MH*f l lh is* %  > %  OIIHIBK— Thai i.t.nii. >n< HU.k tSTM • %  nd %  m • m I'liii •nriatrl — II aliRrl l.,-r, I I Tda Marina Stampeta Spun H and %  %  pa' yarrl SI :, [ ] l!;i\r !iln:|iln-nl h. I'M.. Lhl. 10, II, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET .:....( ... ......ii Taylor Scores 101 For Police .-hiiinpmii Si. tl.l I gaslight in .i Novemher fog %  l-Woodeock ... world title batlle. now Hnds ll •ii. poaiti % %  to thn niie rurthei iwaj thai U he • been Hew in last night for his light with Mel Brown, at Carls Court on July 10 (Jut hi < %  old Tom Maguire, is as loquacious as ever Davi warm himself up on Brown in readiness foi Ran* nolph Turpin it be do> to me fr ii. %  The Aii n change blng piie,. -trie 'II dower pinpointed pbtcefnenl threw Sedgman Dfl lournnment. 1'I.LJ ll, the cKel in,itch rd -Police marked brtlilant 101 not out by F. Taylor Charles. In the second round of the n vc.l doubles Arm.. mind. They win go mto They call me AMbl King of Ays** at 1 Qn Mr l1 "'" Si-oiieui the record books as being the Hist tralia," said the man who fiJl "* v >dMin United States IK r folks ever lo restore woild ir iruiged U Cham!" m ? n1 r ,h 1 rlllllpptni and much joy may it bring them, ph •"*; < %  *;'" >' Poor old Joe is the loser by all "Dave proved himself the best 6 —3.—D.P. %  (: %  He I He-weight in the British BmThe \\ eather TO-If AY Sun Rises : j.4U a.m. Sun Set?.: Ii.!'. p.m. Moon CNew)J July 4 I nhtni. 7.00 p.m. Ilich Hater ; I Ji J m.. 3.53 %  JSJ, IMIKIIAV Kalnlall (C odrimtun) ; 64 In. Temperature I Max. I IIS 5* F rrmprralure (Mhi > : ::..".• I Wind Direction: ( a.m.) E.. (3 p.m.i I N I Wind VetSetty; ll miles per hour Barometer: l a.m.) 39.903. 1.1 p.m.) tgJfg "Every Ptctura (elli a Storyl" S-j Dv h Jiftnw, imepirm. M %  it polios wh'i opened ioi h Taylor bH n foui in ins ioi to help PoU< %  oi Hirer %  Mini Leeward al t I ihe last day in .... ... the three %  i' I %  .i mi dei %  i ....id had %  again came up t i hitting 39 not out For PoUce Q three wi.ki Is lor 2& runs and gfcipDSji IK-miv %  : took two i.ii 18 rum in ihe Empire Pickwick match at Hall, Pickwick bowled out a/hO will probablj Ink 1 when ha kmn-ked OUl rurpln here two tears ago. Now tn irj his hardest to do to Randolph Nobody would Fur i I listening to rngnaggr Mugutre's %  alei talk, that he and Sands were al loggerheads only a fn him aga llut supposing Charles does nof JOS dO then %  H ".I have In drag himself out again to defend the world title Hie British Hoard ha* so graciously awarded him. Against whom T Against Savold %  | tor how many peanuts Or JHck Oardnar, M Hem Tea HofT. or that othor eminent (iceman pugilist Fin Zwei Dn If we all had bats we'd hi iwts In the belfry if bats. Rnctygsj in ll.inini WITH the Open golf efaamplonship only nine days ill %  mi holes challenge match %  had the Australians. Norman von Nida nd Hill Bhankland, and Dal Res B.(;. Boxing Bourd Mines io Prevent ratal Injuries ( T I <->l(ill. %  I perman%  ".-.I throughout | rrshlp by it. grounds. Kl ,. i(ll i ingi He.kle I their first %  — they have planned n ent national Soccer side. No league and Cup matehet Un these elite players : nothing but .!.,I l HIM H '' KU! f ,r 3 ru 5 .... international inutrhw. all of it "I •' I %  i"" I'.^'-Kk ,„„,,., ,„ r ( N.H M. lt.,.„ '" In.cl r*pUM uill. Mil : i -I..K.S. •• %  "" '" ll l..,:,;,, :.i udc BMkk R. MrKrnilc 4 w ickcts foi 30 rulU "~ IB Craw Cutton m poinU Mike, icoml 21 nrh )„„,„„ lvatI „.,„.„ ,„,.„ ,„.,„.,, with Wanikr.Ts nt Carllon ,n,l,-,l "" Wand m tor 123 Harris three The 1 %  loUowi pit Kwu K .smnswABg Wlna-aol l.l ln.l.,>. n. rani %  %  M 1 %  %  %  4 D %  a It K bR 1 .1 %  t> 1 TtSal 10' 1 ., '> %  ur. %  M> UN, b tKALVsae c M %  3; 1 %  t 1 Ii U II Mr...:i 1 ;-• -" ... 1 %  — %  %  %  1 %  11 %  H %  g lloau 11 %  Tot*' si II their rirst innings. A good bowling spell by r Matthews who sven of the Wanderen wickets lor f!2 runs was perhaps in.' 111.011 eausa foe the collapse. Carlton in theti turn replleil with foi lOSl of live wieheti when stump, waradrswn %  Leer.ard'K First |i 7 wickrU ..*~. %  -kache, 4 nrt aching nuulci or loiau, lumbago, rheumatic pain* and common uni..ov troublai due %  rcosM %  nard reui health by itralniog and harmful wastes 1 m. W ILII I n is maJc^uait and rdasbl ircqucni reiulli. Dean'* Hackachc K being happy rsasf b) t r*j**| to cleanse the fchlnrv lilnn : %  . %  You can rrly upon tfah well ksjowfl diuretic ao>l urinary %  ndssplsc. Many thoutandi of grateful men and women have testified to iligood health they ban regained bv taking Doan'i 1'illv Loduc also ot points lot tnsi I'lekwleh—140 lor 1 wlekrU i Lodge fsowllni out Ccenbefnwe % %  I 41 rum -J Outram tlx foi when the 1 w i kol I Qrai I I with 40 in the second Innings Comber* GEORGETOWN. June 27 move to prevent fatal Injuries In the ring; the no And. speaking of the opposite o( end Fred Daly al U-tchworth BOkUtg Board ,,r Control has. bets, wc note that the ArgentlM nkfrtl | assumes special signiiilssul to oOlcials a circular dirocF.A. has done nffleiaUy what most ' un cc, , t'ng attention to the rule giving countries outside Britain have The mulch is In aid or charity, the referee power to *top n l>out hc*n doing unofflviiillv ii long tune ,LI !, '' I,,M> w| h '-*' '"> punch.-, when in his opinion it had iKtome pulled and local! ire expt eUi -ee the coiir Abe Mitchdl 20 vears ;ig<> hrok* >< Hull (iilkes Alfred Ferdinand Nancy'* Worry Referee Roy acmsalves • in for sever.WHAT Nancy Chaffee was Jusl fsli th* boul before mad about" after her match *l h n | n to a %  %  I I which hou close %  thavt she had had J eat, but that her Bano Rule I0J Ings—119 for Ralph Kiner. the IS baseball (bl Which • star, had not received her Igti lettei The referee shall have the "I guess I am more worried %  *ti to atop i boul o ntc about his baseball than my own i aia} Hags and n Minis, 1 the wid to her mother if he considers it t.H, on "I have had such a sarcastic letter It is not necessary for I from him He has not rail i borne '" wait until %  boxer Is knocked run foi the PiMsburg Pirates since %  'he ground to knew he is leit And she turned to me benign. The moment a light to say: "And normally he hits I "-comes One-elded, i.e. when one M inns than any other boaer ia unable to defend him%  IA it l*eco:nes the refer.,,,,..„,. ,. % %  '"" I ils rule, to Hop tha light M. Chaffee told me the will Imnjadiateb end .u-e-i.ie tha other 1 aiiied when she return the win,., Wheneve: ., )> •ll he kisukiNl down nnd ha rlSM bout the lettei i. tore the ti*!ht %  n. to pontli us u is his duty to nthln ell that tha boxer could ith ficrit again ami hi not out on nil ANNUAL DAM I *hlcli II1 lie Sivrn Al llir l')X HUB UARWS ST. XASO On rdnf.O< Mhl %  ' "•• %  l iDMissioh %  xnscri.l Ml llT. I . %  ,n M Mii<* Quarter ... % % %  ,b III %  EMPIRE vs. I'KKWH K ui Hiink Hall tmpu-e 133. (C lie. kl.-s 54. C. Downes 30, I. Foster 3 !.. %  1. S-i-U 2 tor 45. A MX koln V^i wro ."S D i*SS [or 31.) I I .. | H, H. Williams 39. S f. %  M, i Becklea :i Ioi no i CARLTON *s WANDRRI Rfi Wanderen 123. (I Path J Annstiong 27 T Mali for 112. C Cnx 2 for 14). Wimbledi %  %  Then then iii be centration on net TV work which KIIIIT will team up i FIKSr ANMAI. HAM I • hleh |al ... ii,.. I I II ROOnbealfi ilulaa ft" I' I ablalMbl* al Ihr .1 ...t OegflsH lie fee* t Kt ivl en stuinpx The v M p.c n irrlsn Colle* • % %  n ended in .. no in the Orst Innings i 144 %  %  fM I M declared G W not out v ll Pm v M p.c i i. irk. tool • rui %  i %  .1 v M I-' ti the nd of i key ,,plied with tit mil' for th | |CS Ol four of the wlcln is for 21 The s. %  T. Matthews 12. E Hi 1 Pierce 2 for ,3. T it for 44 >. is (OMHrlCMI lil al I eel %  Oul , IM'll.ll. MrMal Ha.all.Wl.l l.,"...i UEEWARD iv POl H 1 ii Fosters "ollee First InningH—166 for :t wlcki-ls rieeUrrd (f T...I01 101 19 M imbrrrnere H. I l( .l.'hnsoi ii*er no fat 4 ersskets aoelarsd. i Qrant 40. J. Hutaon M, K s 2 lor 19*. I embOfSBjen Semnd Inninns|< for losa or five wickets V.M.Pt. n, HARRISON COLLEGE t V.M.P.C Harrison 4'olleie 141 lor deefd'; Worms Si 1 Hinke I for 541. Variety Sandal Shoppe OUR ANNUAL REDUCTION SALE 7 MAYS Ot 111 Al. r)IAHI.AI\S BEGINNING MONDAY JULY 2nd. I.Mill ^ < utadl n Oeejrf fussi i hi While, lll.i.k x Whtta Brawn m White, formerly S7.RB euimt now al HM Leea0) nude sunns all kind, formerly $8."0 uolnc now ( i. ... Cheap al 5.1.9k ii M III i; swim, ..II CstMu nd Btaea gotni now at harciin P l i U SI 91 *>< Bat Pair I 1 \ IIIIK PI SIII.KS In QreSBBi Blue A Brow, gnins i. iu at S!.r>0 per Pair ( WV \* -lllll s with Bui kiei in Green A VfUti *i T.I u. it. :111. Tprice S1.5K. Srlllne now al St.20 A Real Ban iin I. Mill s I ,11 and straw II Ms ..!.. n.i. In..in all (olouc. Heal lltriMHis l> i now St $1.90 Jamaica straw HATS, alee suitable lor bench wear coin* now 2 lor SI.OB BHVM I'rlces are unbeatable Jamaica FANCY HANDBAOfl Krcular Price J3.B5 from SS.S0 to l.98 HAND BAtiS BellbNj .It s I "11 They'll Do It Every Time Hl\£ 7RPOO SPZKDS AK MOOR ^LSSJ ^P THE LIGHTS A\Z> SJBJZCTSWST Wc % % %  % %  •—— By Jimmy Hatlo jueac-wu SWKC HANDS W.TJ WE ^? VAX* AS0 BE HA^I0l^4e MM WE M nK*M)'.-A.SKJlCWArCX-TAKE < / WE MifZ. AUnIT HIDES XXI? \ FACE—LEAN MA LITTLE CLOSER,) *?. I'alrs lor 91.00. COTTON WKI.I IS I'l.lii and ulth borders, all slses redurcd to One Shlllin: (l/-> per Pair (.1 \ i PELT HATS irduced from 93.TS lo *2.e ( \NV.\S IMHITS with Rubber Soles all si Ms In slo<;.. -elllnc now at S1.95 itCHKlit SHOPS— || rises Clearlns at 2 PIT Pair %  ova I'l \-IIC Bll/rs at 1/enah, i Soehi in Grry and Brown. formerly $1.0(1 Srlllna now. 2 pairs for |L i Hll.liltlN's HAND-BAGS with Ions Straps, redurerl to 60e. each. We are also ClearLng :.0 pairs „t I/ifUm la-ither Shoes al S?.*!."* per Pair. He are offerlnic tou a 10' llbllienesl on all other Iten Hi.i. are too numerous to he nientloiird durios the 1 days I M I I .one In and Srifur Volireglfl -.%  in. Is Bellevlnc rni: i A IIII: ii SANDAL MUM 1 Ceobe Broad St. — Dial 2981 i'i: 117i#.#..r#*f" thv .\V#/ RED HAND PAINTS PROYtm RF1.IABLF PROTECTION FOR I.XII ItlOltS HIC.H-f I.ASS IhV.CORATlON FOR INTERIORS i:i D HAND HARD GLOSS Tulip Grren "S 1 ( rram. '%' White. RU) HAND I Kol'li \\. WIUTF Retains IU whltrness. i:i l> II VMi -I'l t I \I I'MNTsI or 1 vt^riors and Interiors. Gray. Hark Or.-.. B*dea UgM & Dark Shine Oak Brou::. RFli BAND ri KM \N' s I OBJ I M With Gres assseressthsg, RED 11 \M> MMIM" M.\T Oil. PAINT lor Inlerior< KSSB, Uhile (irerii. I;I 11 IIXNII COM 1:1 11 11 OOB l*ADI 1(,r. Mid Grewa, Hrighl Red. WILKINSON i IIAYNES CO., LTD.



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TUESDAY. Jl'LY 3. 1SI %  '. \iIII.\IHIS \IIM)l \Th PAGE 'IIIKKI. Shark Hunting SHARK huntine is a pursuit not normally connected with British waters, hut that il can be done'around the coasts of Britain i by Patrick O'Connor in a B.B.C broad irt shark hunting season enjoyed around the Hebrides, those romantic islands off Scotland's West coast where the hunters' object is the Basking Shark. — l eiiRtti mid. cm p l e d with the grca'. Housing ll.lriialrs %  I '*'W ,I : O Thrw shark* surface in (he t£l*rvi>U U„,.„ W...., lUnch, UM rtratl ih.ii lies between ShOUld HUM" aTeiT UM USS of Skye and the outer r* w* . c< a islands. Bankln* Shark* appear KUV hstalC N'llf'IIlt' • "round Britain but their J m.nn concentration in amongst the Mr. John L. Chapman. ExeruEflfST. If^iJ'ZirtSSZ ,,., f -.. „• ,K „,(,ri > n Aprti ana. *o fir as OTonnor /^ "Hii mn *,^ ulhor,t > \orlhwarrR dropping off little ..f St. VUcent returned home on li: .,. Tnc Hivalw Sunday morning by 11C. Airway:, number come in May .. after Miending tba Conference of wbt0 herring fatMrmen 11 housing experts of the Canbbean nama ,. c Hone t their I area;hark:i think nothing of barging After the Conrereni-e. he vuuted hrough tWS or three net* :ii a the Bay Estate Housing Scheme Mme In July seven-foot lont: baby whlrh is being executed by the shark* bejpn to appear und from Bridgetown Housing Board of that time onwards the nuniUr of which Mr. T. O Lnshlev is the adults seen begins to di-i U StSretar) %  then shark hunter*, provided they are nol frightened of long "As an achievement. 1 gtva thl.i> %  -uf work, have a large number wheme pride of place among UM nf -lurk ceres* fasl alongside Board's sctfvUMa In CO I %  or boats. with the rehousing of the lower "| j Vf r (} n |y" income groups." he said. Sl)jrk ;irr hunIrif for helr It is very often the case that phenomenal livers, which Vretsk people who are intunatelv conjut under a ton, and render down < bul as O'Connors Only s.>m such txpleMdioa can tnand Harry used to cry with a account fur delegates not having ^Jwdthirsiy yell whenever they been invited to go and see the io e,i * the kill. 'Its llHeillll ..l the Bav Mate befOW v : "**'• Those mini* jnvwhere elw *' no E •harking Deed a strong %  im.n..uncl. full description X£S. t S" S toSuSSu g.aphs. would have enriched the K( ., h( |( „, ,.,„ t JJfjgj J^ dimnnenlalion of lhe < oularcnce „. |m ,,,„, ,,,,. „, hnrpo01 „ He !" w. bm ..HWWlH •.,„., „.„. „,, shackles and comminil y_,w !" nprUhl8 ~nu. r 11H Tnfy mu5 ,,, j.,,., 400 families—sv.lh Hie outward r,„ mamreslauoiw ot orsler. IIOTMaa, Inches In dmunfartlioa and coslance They had an example of lhat once when a tin abowod bgflBlB to loll aborU] aftor l!l (l,,n ,lf them, risinit and hnldtni: Up ahlpih*ln several times. They in UM Hrbour. "J* '" ll "i< towards it and tSeamship Tyra. the only steam* %  "">, *• "' '" 'he >P? foun" hip in pott, had he, hatches COV!" %  .' or < v "' ,h k on lhe llic Inrcivn Oil raheJudl here."Tourism Is Natural Resource (If B'doi Imporfanee (if Trinidad (lil Opemtion-s of the United BriBorne tWi Oil fields of Trinidad, Lid., Otl not been are .wing conducted HBtt M II piling up all tl I %  My by the Local tfafl man. Sir Robert Waley Cohen, tnt Williams. Read. \ru Vsstirialioiis For .<;. Catholics %  %  %  %  ..t which of making arrange%  lent* for the Keruni vlclMdllii B J I undertake UM h '. %  r %  jmpkq %  rtiti arei <.*t*. di cnthoMo Churehc from the B .'. . %  •ui acnifu. UIP Chanibei or ot li LYacM i %  1 %  %  I Teaching nnd *t< H maj in' posail i. Of thi* In Mag non%  itTengtmenta win t-e i nga to i %  %  t We oell i 1 lo i'i 'i. %  then %  i-. ptetel) to) .i to i it) ol %  .%  ,.,,,*. fc-.-.t--. ugarclr* COny Anil l,i emplo l,.nd.i. bx..re M J3erY. ,.., N(>| %  n t'. thoae wl i unchnsHari %  oluU i 1 •olutMn fully tin VW//.V//AV/,V////////////A'//AV.' CLEARANCE SALE 'MI! ire ifon'l .nimi QiaWcoal Come i Rain Holds Up Work On Waterfront told the annual §KU In Londo i b i on he had in.me in ( ounl %  Mv visU nM once more," he added, verv urent extent to vv lut i |h I land u* dspOBdanl upon th. ire*, Thr-n which can l>e tarried forward only ""orees. .f the compsnli •arn %  hareoel arrived I Bl i.i. 11 postal lay by th< •r loiaRfi Star. Tins %  h ln m enl %  < • i bit the shortage of charR|[V"U/AV .t i* befng s sp eflsueed In iua*njwl 'tit %  ) i-und Mar ami berthed slengsMe in ins dn] : (iiiimiiiis(s %  the Pwi f. f ihem wented cfuu %  .* ,,r the r many were flioniiiMiinted Tom page I i-ilhnjE anrwd n %  ggoggel u irnrn Hrj£iimiil lii-tlux Tl t>IM\ HH.t.lSI H\K(.\I\> t\IK III It Kill /N / U>/*' HI i/> ro-%K\/t Many ilerrs reduced to haff the regular selling price. Take advantage of these real savings. DRESSES Silk and Cottons in assorted sizes Regular 82 I reduced to 9TJ.OO | ART SILK SLIPS Full length Jersey Slips 2 lor .WOO I BATH SUITS All Bathing Suits in stock reduced 1 to ss.ee j: HAND BAGS A large variety of better Handbags S in assorted colours. Sale Price SSeSS Other Items at special reduced prices PANTIES, BLOUSES. HOUSECOATS and a lew more too numerous lo mention (or waiil ol space MODERN DRESS SHOPPE ': BKOAB .WAV/ J II x \ mi-i Nauons w u.N. I"vs I-.%  i hero a. (n| sod i %  I i %  mtuation ''""• who l,rr,e < 1 ln ' R; 3 p ping suffieient i nun twee %  are future ".eel %  i teu) big thai during the %  %  ; %  vossels broughi Oi i si I i "' ' '' *• '" ; ered while her deck hands took %  hnfter. Lighten Lying alongside the Tyrm. with general cargo hod to bo covered with canvan. LongBhiiretiieii wore ntbl 'Id jackets to seep the rain off. fare Ul re were ten or twent> D0BBM ot Ihem cruMiiK %  i pairs. In what Harry celled the LOVS Dance. Such was their concentration that they look II Of Hie boat but ban UM thno came lo shoot He told the mooting < %  pnsQra sssislstirnUon work in Tniu. %  \'< i nintil apple f.irm Mi an*.. %  Inosre In Iheli offi pla] In ..i> isllll pood UOI-tH, Wit'Kdtb •<•" bni th. dirn i %  (. the *u In .,1 cow The bland Mai i packages of fresh dm 14 bag of cocoar wood Lightermen, who were caught gt clOOS range, there was a terrlfflc i ithi i Kit their way lo the ship or ro mmoUtm li ..iiit-l us though the Careenage, took lhe "wetting" th.hoat would DS upset and its while manipulating their oars. ,. r0 vv thrown Into ,t -.en thick with Hawken, tally clerks aiul water.sharks. The atrangeM thing WSJ front workl rl Hempen d t" shelter thai although 11 %  a* the rain bout UCBlly sa the harpoonexl of schooners wimii were unlosd>'. torword none "f nig cargo battened down the the others paid much att en tion. hatches. Boms were working The crew got ten sharks from that through the dnzrles. shoal in under a wei-k and never As Sana aa the nln Shated the caught any others so easily, for waterfront flrsi OUSy again. The shark hunting was a dnejOU Tyra was back to work. l..;hte, K-'ne. When a fish had hcon harmen were throwing on** of MlP^^ phate or aramonla on the 1 when ttiej-e is .1 great i i %  range by mrmtM-r of the and 1 ^hoon^^e'l^nding^S &*&*£ ^'^ rSj fflt, Brewond and bag, of charU &*%£&&£$. Rof ust's Noii-Suil .lll.leillU'lll whip off or the shark break away Wnen he was close in he had to be laeaoocd by the tall as. held fart by the head, he twisted and turned "It's a great game." concluded O'Connor. "Next year we tirojv.ie Liking one or two paying guests. But they'll have to be j repsred 'or a rough-house." Security Systt'in Ulther Fields of Fitl I VII Sf, James, yesterday refused a non-kuii doculon In a brought against Clarence Otttens of Richmond Clap, Bsglo Hall, r lir \ll*f lilt'I'r.ill I'.III claiming $69.80 debt. The Judges Ur BWUITO1,, '" B of the Asttatant Court of Appeal. ifiNlVifJ funa *tn In giving judgment (or Cittern i;,,h '' r han %  M,d,,lc ^ast defence the Judges reversed lhe decision ^ tc ",: H ," ls ltl to lewlt of Petty Debt Judge Mr. S. II. trr,m th<1 Commonwealth Defence Nurse who had given judgment MinistersConference here. Infer Fields. formed sources said on Saturday The) soid that the Conference Fields la a sliopk.cper In Flits (need up squarely to the fact ihn: Village. He said Dull Olttena borih.. Middle r-i-i oould not rowed the money frt,m him while into a barrier against Commurnsl Joseph PiggoU of the same district expansion withoul American help was present. Olttena gave htm a or w iuiout the co-oporstlon ol tb< receipt for the money and i mort^.^ countries •%£5'JX*H , rf ,he problem, taev lew "uy ssnlorntl '11 is felt that %  letanl using the niusi BBOdi td i-trsi to ehn lauea, may provide Information which assist In selecting further location. j, u 1( In the ti:' i afford us mi a better appredetlen <>i KM % %  \ n\ would be nui ted -tinctures Thl could be more now been Merted on an oxperirapid Interchange, mental basin, but it Is too early The more knowledge poopli yet to snow whathor 11 nnU be I sw % %  i i successful. If it Is. il should leal would '* %  and th) greater would to better ting of teal "' making use attendant roductloo In risk and of I nteisaouealy In earpondil m ered right thai nhudren -hould Sir Robert reported that the company's profit for 1950 WS E210.574, after E7HO,t.ion bad been Comoen thai counti appropriated to reserve The DOTSSld, Wtt* Ami %  responding SfUN fOi l'H' • i %  £125,241 after Ef.uO.0n0 bad been when it If considered that every Hppvi.printed ti resei-ve. Value of gen Oil sale* Increased from E6.540.00U the one Ui ltf49 to E8..178.0O0 in 1950. due i bangs* of method.. %  O trust thev could exploit their l-ctter. ; "A country may And th il -. ... ... tan. go-vks Dynamiting Fun 1 %  %  be to make Ith the i -I S.D.A. 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I'M.I KITH RARRADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, JII.V 3. 1931 BARBADOS XtoWttE |F 1 -—* f -1 LM. ••>-' Needs m Vouiii II4MMX4. DUttiM. from British Caribbean colonu met iti Barbados to con il houainfi on n rfK" i ind w recommtnd ID UM tiuvcrnmonts what mi^hi be dOM t6 improve the prMMl conditions. From time to tune vis.'. I MtfolU and others battfWMd In U % % %  • %  • %  'have reported on and criticised ihe general tandard ol houi i The 1939 Royal Commission attributed the tU'i. i-.dicated by %  a increasing illegitimacy rate, to bad bousing, This expression of opinion differs in no way from those of responsible West Indians itu-niselvis. The problem had bMB correctly diagnosed but the solution was not MSjr. Vsi %  l>een tried in vartooa colonVM but thost wort InoAoi tive In so h tadim bousing was concerned. In BOflV vi i nmenls Undertook hoUSil I varying merit. Individual bousing with long-term nents or communal housing with per..! low rent'has been tried in Barband Other COloalei Slum clearance as an answer to housing ha Bind in others, The last and most popular method is that adopted in the Leeward Islands. The people of the Upwards, unable to support building societies, fell on a plan of self help. In the lirst stages it meant that thOM who wanted to build or repair hot pooled their resource and each individual helped Ihe other wlwr Ins turn came tu build. Tin%  eheme has developed however into something greater ; and now it would appear that with the manufacture of building material in one or two place* in the area and the Idea ol self-help generally accepted the West Indian housing problem can be solved. But this idea of seU help must not be limited to the actual physical assistance lead could be given by labour unions In the area, by encouraging savings from workers' pay packets towards housing funds. The contribution of small Mils from tin ai ol members would lead to accumulations to be used for the repair, rent Of even the purchase of houses. In Great Britain the National Health Insurance Scheme which preceded the new Health Scheme was financed by contributions from workers and employers Instead '•< drawing all his mall amount Wl credited to the workei a:, his contribution towards N HI. while the employer paid a tly higher sum The paid up subitloni were kepi In special stamp books which were entered Up weekh St the same time as the pay packet was issued. The practice of making deductions from wages for health or housing schemes pays dividends. It makes the worker feel proud that he is looking after himself and family: it encourages thrill and saving: and it lights Inflation. It is true that the Labour Welfare Fund provides now for the building or repaii ol houses but the Labour ...,,. Fund can augment "self-help" housing. Sell-help which originated with contributions made by worker and employer would provide B primer for those who needed funds from the Labour Wel[Bea Fund, or who were building houses thrOUfh building SO Thei, is no reason why trade unions and other organisations could not assist in this launching of a real scheme of self-help and by so doing contribute greatly to solving the problem of West Indian housing. Governments in the islands stand or fall on housing policy. The provision of homes for the familj is %  policy that no political par,, | i Employers of labour will not put obstacles In" the way of a scheme designed to promote output and in1 labour. Labour unions ivbicl iys pressing foi In i wa gc an ought to support any h rfl helps to keep down the nerd for increased wages. No Items of a labourer 1 ax se sheet are more Important than ( alth and food. A scheme which made everv worker deduct at source a propor,. lor housing would effectively lower housing costs and brim: down the cost of living. No Or/ ment action is necessary: only co-operation between employer and employee. Our Kr.nl* is Sa> : Thtink* To ti.< •'' %  >' — We would like I medium io thank all thouj members of the mercantile communii RICH School .i -v 25lh ara %  rstMuda Is •>• %  lo tra Pk kwkk H e UWJI pounds *"::.. Hi. retumtd iv with thorn '''" 1,n Area. i Foster %  nts for us and all those friends made it possiiii' who bail aval sMucalfoa in a Free Socarfs mtia a chance b Hie quality of alert and afi li hkch to compromise are niallsm is cMontial The younfc men and the younx niv **tfar} if be seeks to hasten n> p>o.| eili/rnshlp. and the Bond %  %  out fn.ir, *-h<" %  loduUdiis In wldoranglni • ol individual) % %  formulata i narsys mat are roralgn fc paaataart m outlook wt of general principle* l*v wrdsii Ncxl ,f> ,r *' n < •.irmselves while inc. Only the* if !h *' '• ul 1 t "' "' ''V' 1 '" *" %  %  a/ulinf U subocdinate their ^j^s^ ffi yeor autunsi Thc Good u e %  '5 an,*, c, :; t&JttiSSrta.Zi That living democraucat^s tbe ST&t^ft""S ^V^VZI^ most samfyinc form of soeM* abundant Maute, but bis) UM alojry Of great men j|ff Canada, and many other With much MM lime than mud,., lw mR mnra tofrthrr solely jobs allow, men in UM pO , wros: a | lvm g froin the sotl W know that Canada's welfare That freedom Is an 11 thins: everyone must t That he is part of SOCS broadened intelloctn.il ( activity .leiwruis upon the giveand present .i :..c.i d arid-take, the communication, of most remarkable works on record, f. _„ ^ 1 '•;,:? P *V? M • {IOU '"' Of politics, but on goodThat evcryUnna he nears Is not In the evening mow oral of UM nCs an ^ wls< iom neeesaanly Hue: he muM sift Ihe majoi wks Of philosophy. Mr. W e have three'institutions that ll we dare say. has been conlrtbule mighuiy ,„ mn i U iini That he must discipline tumseU a pretty l>usy man, but he found U9 (n theBe Vlrlue ^. ,, (C cnUrch to meet difnculttes, unpleasanttime to make self i. painirr the lchoo | | and ^c home The nesa. discomfort, frustration and whose work is respected, and a pr i mary H hapina of character nardsnip and keep his colours matar wityr. TBW late Lorn takcs p|nce m BmiIv :ife wnerr tlyins; ^orke-l I'.tnself literally h<> (hl|(l Browg tnm fcUf( That he needs a spiritual to death in public duties, became =n autriorlty Ttiat hi* I rial ballet and theatre. satlsf actions will arise from tags "f conlldence. skill, slfsction tnc inponslbitity and undersUmdinrf Then the child leunis the rudinwnta of social life in school, ssosnl tl.iougli work. Ktadin^ and Tliinkins where he associates with Some of She* • i ii if wo want lo And out what of other children of many creedbj tha Etomai ueesi id, what happiness and and from environments that dlf. Marcus Anreiius Antonlcontentment are. it would be fer from his. in the church, h* mis more than 1,780 rears ajoc "I irall u, ascertain what other is taugm that not all hi. afforti andurai S -I labour, an I Utlokan have thought success, can lift a man higher than th lo wan*, little, .am lo work witn happiness and cotitrnlnient to level of humanity, that only by my 0*m lianrls. .md not to rm.l.il. I"' A little library Will bring to setting rns gaze God-ward car with other people'* afl.ii> -, tad any of us the prol.le.ns. dlSCOVhe rise. not to be readv lo ii.,ten t,, i..ndci STiM, WCCasBei and failures of The Good life is no! the idl< and not to"b\u>y mvself wiUi Ustory. Those now-dead authors Ufa of a beachcomber who subtrifling tint. dom of speech, and to Ix-come ir UmatS with philosophy." Kveryone Witnl* Success II ill, in '• %  — i) not .i linatiiy. BVi bsalnnhafi n thc '.tnving .,: men) living and breathing in their sisls on the bounty, the left-over: and tftrir words speak and thc wrecks of oth'-i It clearly today to all rational men. a strenuous life of raspo n Wide reading will help us to Life has no savour foi UM BOO) haap our balance in a world that man unless he makes it consist l-ecoining iiu-i' eclalm sorvice If one service li Ind in narrow grooves, n rUI cornpMad, he grows iestlew am W, M help us to think clearly, and to invents some new standard, mon ourselves meaningfully, difficult. Nopreianatioii. no planning and Th( M arc doys ttften wr culToward a Better World T^ success. UM )( u some confll!llont nn K s fcU p ropPialCi lh dan amrMly nii". if gained the basic ethical valuo. or democfailure. A man who is doing his at the expense Of goodwill, is racy—devotion to equality, mdtMt each dS aUve, tmbought too dearly. Co-operutum vidual worth, intelleei a man who did his beet yesterday ->";' affaiwiuv have commarclal poUUcal Uberty, democratic prois startlns I J %  '•"• % %  '"'' n •' '-* 1 •"" ,l %  '" %  M and sanieral well e, and Choice ol Work "' n "5JS 2fi5* B, i lHJ " <• %  broaden down In) %  evary. r, hot.bie.1 by un %  ,'; ."'„., '" V 1'bii I u : 0U, making and J^S^JJmLT^SSS 2£ —** '" ** *#* .... Mil i%  OM unknown ... hj , HMO. ouatiy Uucatlon, knowledge j,,',,.',', ',. "' "Il is ^11 very talk in and uittUecuial iklU eoalrlbul* M —. — 'tew RWWPHIK wordf," s'• "•', <"" %  ""'' """' "ur garden. But it tun, IKfo, tl,„, rut";,^fftMnfto hoa S ••,;,, I ;.v 1 ;i 1 ,'-;;:;: 11 !" £ ood. „, *„ H m w •itwtiit n-dlv la hOW much OBI nee. The wlsi man of lioighbOUrS, to CO-operalC In 0 |MMlouii.iiM.e is iieend doubt the mic U-st wav a new M-IUHII who never Shoots cannot carry ofl (l v „ ntTi>{ ., llK ,.„., ,,,., ,,„ T BMSBBI and hapolne [amanatoaTa^Xonnow free .: .re not Worthy, for that man of goodwill conduct themIhlng does not repay the solves In the present crisis. ; 1 Young people of t.i ,y have the ird for CO-OparaUon capacity to build ne* and tranhlch qull cities of freedom, and il erect lofti,. r and happier towers slinks away from ii battle cannot be a here, nos can he who eon I himself with paper plans evei ;,.,,! aohleve success. Anotlu. iiie exuberance will caris participation. A life in youths through the everyone h"Uls his home extraordinary world expei icmts ,.,..i;,. im l refrains from inter,,f aehievement t embarked UPOD. They fering with Others II a communSome ninv (-• -ivimi UM power and fld>Uty to It, Tn a negative sense only, from the truth that'ihe future purpose. Those who succeed will Democracy is fraternity and codepends on them IUU there ihe men and women who. In operation for the common good, enourei others for u to be s treased to thc that todays passing turmoil Of freedom we fall into uur uffairs shall nH end in endnlo ml women who, n the most effective manner open Win .. to them, go abOUl getting thing! %  XfilUSfa done ,11 not miss, and |.,t..hl. ,,„„, hut when t.o.-don, loss chao,, and that the ilbrrti„11 ,,,„ M nuawd by. the ,, „ !" ,c d exclusively v.,1,11 „c men's minds shall !" hi fcS XEW YOIIK LETTEII H> li Win TKMI'I.I KdltKKIS NBW VOltK. June 25. i in buy, even in '.J.iilem. last night Fer the p.^t wiH'k %  dopc-lrifllc scandal has been pou n d i i .. fwavily across thu headlines of Ne i Vorh papers. The the scandal was testimony befori a public InvestigaUng eomiu ion, (these thing-, are not romim-d to Washington and politics), thai probably thousands of New York boys and girls of school age ere drug addicts. Carl %  tree! oei %  ear Times Squ ire and In Harlam w i ii ibuUon "."tit-. So. tii.: night, reporters of New York papers set out on .1 1 g with the local went such inquisitive 1 could And a guide. We were lold in advance that strangers w. old end n dllBi nil to buy drugs that night, Wh.it WS all wanted to -1, is what the people looked -landing on the DM ot-< %  1 ken keep appointnie Credit To Us Now this scandal has been .\ .shocking, ugly story* The evidence played U) the inquiry tron ,n anonymously recorded tape revealed cases ol yOUnf women thieving and finding the money by %  % %  on these street COmerSi it is .1 story that denauooers ol t n revel In Radio Moscow cm put Its own special l* tor) like this. Bui the l: alb is. surely, that a scandal of this kind does the United States great redlt—and New York in particular for what has happened. Tremendous resources of press and radio, the glare of puBttcHy, police, social w or k ers, the action ol Municipal and Slate government ore now being turned to the cure %  aneraUon of a minute handful ol 1 In the nothing is 1 r %  11, .ii, mi e scale in I %  happen, in New York, partly DO%  %  1nty. B7I i Wees t told the li %  e used to spend £70 a week on drugs. She bed a radio job. among other entertainment contracts, that %  .mud her a little more than 180. I not manage on these earnings. Having 1 embed the named cafes and milkbars ol Broadway we went up to Harlem and found ihe but some smartly hug addicts — lounging at street corners. Going into one bar or another, and quickly slipping oul again — few drugs addicts can beat alcohol. But lb so many watched a single street corner was fearful afsltlng for Hie courier who was to signal a meeting place later in the Bight In spite ol polite on V/atch and headlines In the press, the courier came — a dapper little man With a small moustache, looking like any New York grocer. He did to arrive, he Just appeared, had „ word with one w.utu g man ond slipped away again. The rendezvous had been arranged. The man whispered and word passed through the waiting, 1 %  little knot of idling strangers up and down the Street si p.1i.1t. I, Trealed They dispersed Some were Old 1 bul many 1 young. A large number o( the women wore trousers instead of skirts; many of the men ware wearing n arkintnshc* on a tine warm night. Strange, and inexplicable. Some reporters approached various addicts to learn Ihe jargon of drug buying. The next day Governor Thomas Da way, now Internationally forgotten, but still Governor of New York Stale), announced thai convicted drug addicts would be aegregaled and separata ] ; 1 i-mis ami institutions. 1 have thought il worth describing some of this scandal nol for It* sensational value but tor its I indignation here is spontaneous and effecti v e; there is no tetidem v. n in many large cities, to say: •These things wilt Bin pan" No doubt 11 lacular In its vice as in everything •us at an %  li. HI fcehsaoa And The Press ima back from Washington convinced thai Mr Dean Acheson 11 the iaost e.ip.ibie Secretary of Stale America has had for many a year — certainly since Cordeli Hull, though opinions differed about him. loo. But I was also convinced by the gossip of the day and the ..eight of the opinions ( >f ihe exi>crienced, thai this same man would resign, or be compelled to resign his job by thc Autumn. And one of Ihe mam reasons w h y he w j)l g„ in that he cannot suffer fools gladly. H Is apparent at h i s weeklv press raoSoronces. These are institutions virtually embedded in ihe Amerk-.m to be loved in Washington It wan Interesting to S visitor to hear Ihe Secretary of ."-' ing out. quickly and fir DSSnss of almost every who asked a question. It SMS %  of the vast status of) the lournaUsf and immense power of the press, in this countrv Of long dist.uur: Mr IVan Achaeoa commands a SP of respect from half Washington. and .' great deal of i.mcour from I half— Including numerous press 11 which be %  iirsdei nil 1 Lord Nelson—who has left England became of high taxes—talks aboitl his new life I Am Glad I Have Moved in Dublin By KVAN STKKLE DUBLIN. FOR the last 143 years, the first Lord Nelson has stood lirmly on his celebrated pillar, looking down O'Connell Street with the salt whiff of the Liffey m his nostrils. Said the policeman on the corner, "We'll not be blowing him up until We get the Six Counties." Just over two months ago. on April 12. the sixth Lord Nelson breezed in here as a refugee from British income-tax. lie too seems settled in Dublin. Sixty-one next September, Albert Francis Joseph Horatio Nelson is the picture of a retired admiral with his bright red cheeks. Olazing blue eyes, and bluff, hearty manner. In fact he has been a rubber planter in Malaya, a gold prospector ("Quite lucky too") in Australia, a pearl ii slier in the South Seas, a middle-weight boxer, amateur and professional, in many parts of the world, and an Anzac sergeant at fJallipoli. "I'm a Colonial," he explains in his slightly Australian accent, "although I was born in Wiltshire." /G INCOME TAX Now he thinks of going into business in Eire. Meanwhile he has been driving liundreds of miles over the country getting material for a book about it. ("I am never happy without something to do.") He is the first Lord Nelson to be cut off from thc annuity of £5,000 granted to the Admiral's heirs after Trafalgar. How does the cost of living work out for the emigre Lord Nelson now that he has slipped from the clutch of the Inland Revenue ? Here in Eire the income-tax rate is 6s. 6d. In tha L compared with 9s. 6d. in England. After J: 1.500 it rises in Eire by a sliding scale of surtax lo a peak total of 15s. for incomes over 120.000. (At home anyone passing the £15,000 mark pays 19s. 6d. in the £.) Lord Nelson expects to better himself considerably by quilting Britain. "There was no law to stop my transferring all my capital here." he said "But I decided not to disturb mv British nvestments. and the bulk of my money is still in England. It will be some time before the question of income-tax is straightened out. but they say that I shall gel a refund of British income-tax and pay the Irish rate a permanent resident here." NO HEADACHE NOW Another sum still being argued is the amount of death duties payable on the £110,000 fortune of the fourth'Lord Nelson. the present Earl's uncle, who died in September 1947, and ihe estate of the fifth Earl. Ihe present Lord Nelson's father, who died only three ond a half years later. The most conservative estimate of the probable total is £150,000. and it is expected to be considerably more than that. At Normanswood, his 18-bedroom, live-reeption-room house at Tilsford. Surrey. Lord Nelson and his wife (they have no children) ved at the rate of about £4.000 a year. They had 80 acres, three gardeners, three indoor servants. "I could not afford it." Lord Nelson declared roundly, "with laxation and death duties as they are. Ii was nothing but a headache. But here in Ireland the headache has disappeared." Lord Nelson sold Normanswood, sold the family furniture, sold for £2,600 (to Mrs. Francis, the new tenant of Normanswood) the diamond necklace which the tirst Lord Nelson gave to Lady Hamilton. Now he and Lady Nelson are installed at Ballsbridge, five minutes' drive from Ihe centre of Dublin, in a two-bedroom ground floor flat. Rent is £5 a week, garage included. "We live now at something under £ 1,000 a year for the two of us." said Lord Nelson CLOSED CIGARKTTKS 20 FOR 1/8 To-day he drove into lown from his flat in his 1950 16 h.p. British car. Price out of covenant in London—£ 1.400. "In Dublin I paid £ 560 for it." said Lord Nelson. "I save on petrol, too." (Price in Dublin— :is. Old. a gallon, against .Is. 6Jd, in London.) Cigarettes cost him Is. 8d. for 20; Irish whiskey 27s. 6d. a bottle. Butler and sugar are supposedly rationed But the Nelsons, or anybody else, can get plenty if they can afford to pay extra. Butter costs 2s. 8d. a lb. for the ration of Jib. a head J weak. Off-ration butter is 3s. 8d. a lb. Bread is dearer, too. "I paid 101d. for two small loaves yesterday." the Earl said. "But UMM food prices affect me very little. I don't eat much: 1 didn't come here to gorge on steaks." Lord Nelson says he is not greatly interMtad in politics. But he is downrichtly against the Socialists and their taxes. And ha thinks they were wrong to deprive the NVisons <>f their annuity by Act of Parliament without compensation. ("The Duke of Wellington's £10.000 a vear was cut off, but he got £210,000.")' .. %  ly country. H will be UM ,. w,, r id t„ become Communiat Ol Socialist either." —L.E.S. FOR REPAIRS Advocate Stationery Galvanized Wove Wire 4" MESH X 18" W.G. y 2 feet 2" ., X 14" „ > L' .. 2" „ X 14" „ 3 „ Galvanized Soft lashing Wire 12 to 20 GAUGE Galvanized Mesh Wire FOR FISH POTS 1MESH from 18" to 72" Wide IV4" „ „ 18" „ 72" „ WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. 'Phones : 4472 & 4G87 111 I K\\ I I II STORES WHEN SELECTING VOl'R TENNIS RACQUETS SEE THAT SOU GET THEM STRUNG WITH THE HEST GUT AT VOl'R .... KE(|l IRI l> TENSION IVOHin Slock . GUT by W. R. TRACY which is the Seal of Durability. Quality and Power. Also BASKET BALLS and Oilier SPORTS GOODS for your Selection IK COM 1 t> CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. y//v///w*wvv'/w'*v>',v/ i BORDER THESE HEALTH FOODS Arc Bran Shrrddrd Wheat W'rrt-a-Blx I'rufT Wheat Puffed Wheat KOR YOl'R CAKE Sultanas ( nrr.i'MMlxrd Fruit Prunes NuU Almond Irlnr. Irin* Sugar Canadian Chrddar elieenc Calk foi II KUKC. KCI Its it todsv Spec/at 1 \h Pk. Cut Macaroni —lsr. Each ; ?Ib tin Ripberrv Jam —52c. Each ; Mat (in Orame Jam —52c. Each KOR THE CHILDREN J & R Bread with Jam Pig Jam Pineapple Jam Blark Currant Jam Hratnhle Jam -'-W/',',*,*, W.*, VEGETABLES ; LibbyV* Mixed Ve-felablii* * < arroi. tn f'n\ Reet Root In Una S PHONE GODDARDS H 1 III LIVER 1



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II I M>\\ JIM !••-. BARBADOS \l)\'i>( Ml I'M.I I HI Sir Clement Malone Opens Princess Alice Inquiry %  1 ield Inquiry Chamber JI J p.m. i CMversieai <>l "Reef P, K Field A' Hi <. %  ndnon. F.I r li Id h he pi... The Km unl and conslil'iu Ibc IMic. Ah. %  • .' %  I %  I Authority GfgiatteaJ by %  Fisherman s Inquiry Uljontmnl 0.1 III! until le-d Griffith w ted. i %  i und dead '" on H :. tha mleen Davi %  Mi hi -i and Ian ,„., : I \ I %  p rn the w him dead M the Public Hor' ) *hmri Uned h,s %  pi Doveruah Arthur Leyne ol Harts Gap. %  walking along th.' bam h End v*ith another chap Ungale on '.in* 2:' whon be yuag on Uu ratal II. reported th, matter to in.Hastings Police nomi ,n,r MO the prosecution .f youi enquirj g % %  Si Philip e< r !" '" r ( u.n>iwnrt>iu .f i nvotvad In Council <.r Innot cot the %  "Won, iccldent witiVa IT lot cai P-171 poiitK-.ii or rween parties. Son v. In all the su f '(' Cornoussk this Act 1908: ,„,,.. Hill and driven I I Hon. K. :•, P-MU AI Include ai I I ling of Golden G tfUOpr, m i ire of m id disposal of certain buildecu nd the | %  %  %  \\ 11 II, i more IK t o mm awwoii Independ W tneasec conunU out S %  %  like to taaphai aw, ml te ie aa atnnib *s | ran. ih.it IlUe <<„.Uelf bound by %  .,.. mivvion will |*rform Ip. rUBCUS • lit ol thc I ield. ti.t%  I I ind it" .-prtait; be carried our I ..„, building* (rein tinSoewell Aii %  called wmil-t . 1 S.I). \. Cotuidcv I IBnie For B'doa %  liarbado* \ UU cUah ^ uupublic. R i %  Cd tu "' t.a*cge, said: "Irintdad al.i owttc %  %  : %  11 ry BMntD 1 I only for i i I lines a* thai Bul %  tdgjatown." TheTrii i I QueenT r v riaa (wo pro c tors but a not hat two ted t,. win '•<',• 11 Bat barged %  .. .i ni.inn of tall rei 1 | race ,v DOUJ being ggftended." He S.U.I tii.ii iii.AaSn Jamaica a tanned part —1 a i-ham of 160 rMSpttels the arorid in rat HM has M ; %  "i member) Re> White was .u'oimpemed h> nil f.nulv Thi m %  % %  %  dlcal [netJtutJo Parbadoa. Make a beautiful jelly . with Bird's jelly-de-Luxe! i\ -"ii il otln-rw f l-.-IHM.lt III npetcol I ihiii!!.!^ W'i Mm i^;. ';'.'"" '" I '"' I I < i EVI I IND IONn ..f Hanson HIU.J ... .. charged ilrj in public union you 13 %  the n< lindj conaWec I mont 1 *, he property o| Stanley Seal "iCiO m following the at %  % %  this matl The Vettrj of St. V % %  I %  annuaUj %  %  Exnlauuttoiu nh their permission he wished %  %  A • i 1 : eliciting the %  "I frith paiHealari) te N i Mr. Fli-ld RSU that i II. i to nwkr .i eaM ... "ii •-11*1 Ir*,-, in .l.inut ....,,. i I,,. • a (art .iiiilin lion. K i' i %  .. ,. w 11 the Vestry along i iDi the iwi nnnthrr < pail) . i %  i I *hp up%  d in the i. VIMI II. II— m %  A ill Id ,.i ststance." Chun s,r deinei I i tho wal< i i een to „ Price StabllbMtkM Blr, ui hat m product of tni' %  h..v.. ,, I %  11 would It VW.lllcl . In furll 'f" %  %  I : | „ ,,„ (II %  %  ,. V.' (2i n. And 1 ftirthei \RIII1K HAJUUSON ider n %  .! %  aatl Hall was lifir,! $4.Sil by ;i > PolkM Magistrate for assault19*1 %  %  P %  I %  ;hc hub whjch pavl | of t!.. "' tned th. uniform. He laid "Il iMOTi :.nd run :il buildinvs du i} ora '" 'I 1 *" %  Busmen \\ ill Save On New I nifonta %  bus cori. i Ci Byi on Juno 2\ 11. %  oi guilt) of the charga and ii tha One is not paid m it %  1 menl lib hard labour I%  i lib Road, ho sraa and dis.i %  ,',! V% of Ihe Plaj I Commltt' e to I %  %  i The tunic ha^ an open ft %  vet and mans i "it b %  %  %  • ii i now up to thi' I>I. te daclde II i %  ovet ho Ihli %  %  %  %  %  I ,. ... %  helmIhe purchase c ring mil of playii %  letter was aani tu all I. whom most of the correrroni I Fund fur th, n hanv labmlttod which fl) The "pur, Iof .. : I t that 1 Reel erectto I frou. These terms of refermc Enqulrj Functions Imlrpriidenl 1 should like to emj) %  %  wilt perform II • functions completely of Qi irneni %  .. of an or iiwiivuiuiii .. tun) ur Oi %  %  I full eo-operatlon <>t evi this Colon Commission In arrlvii nnd pr*i|'< vhlch fal' to i>e con Under Sectl. • IS i i id In tha matte %  may appear and be n i uld. in accordi j i .. conducting this Inquiry, I prop i to adopt the i fldds from this appointing a and i do not propose being bound bj be ihe strut miis ei evidence, Sessi'H with put.). be hi'ld In public each day from -ubmiited. they i %  %  %  i bat the n l %  %  • the puhth ; %  public funds muat be ab I who eon I %  %  i : %  . %  !!• | IF V ] Visit to Pbyfleid %  %  1 visii the %  knon %  of Princi %  playlru; Held which IN C.nnmis'. HI !(' Before ihe %  • jp* ne' yesterday Mi V. i deL They Had To Turn Hack \ f. a CJPI U M who did i"'t oberve the thin Bi idga > %  rlatn 'i""i Broad ttrei l to fiiiu .i rope from which n %  \|>|H'uls To Gomi Of Error Gordon Bi ith*. dte ol Bank M ,II M | .. %  appealed tt i curs i>i the Aaststani Court of Apaal III i \ McLeoi H irate had found him iiuiiu of causing vehlctei t.• wall In Milk ink. t longer than wai :.. pick up ..: >t down passengers while he wai the drlvei ol Uu i si M-M;.I %  Mi Bl Brathwaite I'. Uom I Sir.l aiuii afarkel l i n draw II up before Brathwaite was behind the wheel and he lold him he could not park thei %  olm ii, was %  a friend eitlnued t<> pah II ii. iary and i end h .,f evidence they deelre to ,, c '|, the nature of the taetl wl.uhl %  %  full statement Is no) I now declare the Inq I formally opened. 1 am Roini to Invite Attorney G Comm; Un lo which he pVopoaaa t< direr' %  think I Sh..ll mo th" | f this "!* %  i ..It-. ireatmenl in King lo eon daily to be irnlng i %  10 • crtt I" the he -aid On I onb vhool chU • : ISM of i hlktren M I • hlldran usual!. u p i i %  iii. i. are al • n mj u< and moth) ra" Di Km | The -i %  %  i %  Lumber. Kfeftt Copra Arrivr 11 -1 i ptckled am ..... i %  .., t night foi % %  A shipment <>f 671 bai %  %  %  I TI ra rrom st Vtav the schnone nvimtren ii., B rt iaeia i.roui(ht up three fcisaotll '. oanl 7 IMF. FOR RENEWAL OF LICENCES IS UP Up to the end of lh i ,, i %  ...•-I with 7,0*1 net I j renewing drivers, condi i nded Boturdaj the Polle .d (MUM r..w on '" i.n> Utah Ith ihem If tl %  %  . FISH l\ SmCHTSTOH \ % %  %  %  %  • %  ho wen) out early in %  %  %  .. i catchi fl %  i id ex-be "'' COOK'S SIEVES COTTON SOCKET MOPS GLASS BUTTER CHURNS CHARCOAL BOX IRONS HURRICANE LANTERNS GALVANIZED OIL CANS ICE CREAM FREEZERS—3 Sizes OCEDAR MOPS WITH HANDLES GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANS ENAMELLED NIG I IT-CHAIR PANS GALVANIZED CLOTHES LINES KELLY NON-TURNOVER NIGHT LAMPS ENAMELLED (GREEN) BREAD BINS — and — IllimiOV I .,„d 2 Plnti II ASKS .l -2 Pmls Wide Mouth JAM HP] • IN U so OFFER SAMSONITE £HT THE HI IT PBOOI Mini SIM: in ( in. II s s \ I si:.i NGTII Only 27 Cenli Per Tube. | HARRISON'S H ^3 0 rJ >'-'.'''-'-'. rjo/aajon ATTENTION TO CAHLE OWNERS 111 RB8FORD CAIXI M \i: %  Mick to the one In use at i I among the bUI \*\ KaaaHal ,i \d..ir ii was t-u>d UU %  been aw I I ihlik %  %  %  %  i | t with ip*akmj,,r ilMrtf iwr IMif/httuI iyhtlul DIMM | \fifaJ&*wUM a ** ''m Mb in... Mc. a f yV*^ QIC?** TP S i, .i jiiPa\i%  which v %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I AFHICAN CO %  THREE HAYS WHOI : NCH COFFEE SMEDLEVS GARDEN BEETRI AKDFA PEAS. jr tin ; %  U> %  I CRACKERS .. 4c. EN & HAM I'AS'I I • %  jar SI 41 DANISH -fl 66 $120 %  . AS A SUPERB THRILLER... ITS COCKADE FINE RUM STAXSFEI.il SCOTT A Ul.. LTD. "1 SELECT ZEV %  ui':!': HOOK wld'b makes GODS WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN PNaflg wrll^ fnr ana i_ Samuel KoliitU. Ixnprl | ( Bcuk and Trad Service, 1 •", Ceotral Avenue, Ranlllshlv raeataianded for: I DI temper! Catarrh • '"il Ihi,..i i, Poulin tad aitie . in t Ui .i i.i (tu il KNIGHTS l(i SI III! IS %  :':-'^V m',*.-.'.-.'.-.c-.'.•-'.'.-.;•-'. //. Ipt ti> i Vi'iinx' f/ie tvafavn from hlinnl lmpurit$6M %  mpurlili.-* in ihe HIO.KI ma. cau \e rheumatic ache* and paVnv -tin" ant puliiful Ji.lnea, %  plasaatdl nm^ .ki-. dl*urd*rs. Oarka'a Blood Mlarer* %  l*S o purifv blnoJ. I % %  ..(..] h i tha i il : .1.1. I %  Jl >/ MtKIYU) %  %  PURINA run K gj %  SI All I h\ A A I.HOUiWB %  J Oblainafak from %  a H. JASON JONES & Co., Ltd B % % %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  II A ii S SEVEN BRAND NEW STYLES lo chooae from I most gorqeoua multicolours. Found. square, sling and short handles. Mado ol Plastic with Waterproof Rubber Linuui. Prices from $3.67 to $6.48 CAVE SHEPHERD


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ru.KSlX ll\Kll\l"'s AKV1A \TK TUESDAY. JULY 1. 1*51 HENRY CARL ANDERSON HAVE VOU POOSOTTBN SOMEONE"5 BIOTUOAV %  3 MICKEY MOUSE WALT DISNEY l SE^i'VE WE A ST '. ( CANS "T-s~ ?_: .:-A\Ji? iJ> : A.-.? v xf> I 5 1 BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG s %  mar ''OSOUITO ( Kjg&vs EVEPVTSO: JSIN TMpi3AME--.M ^/ %  v vf £ NOT D6A4.1N3 WTH *^S -| >-< AN AMATEUR 1 THE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER ffl? SI7WaG l.V# MASTEX TO RAINS of PILE' Stopped in 10 Mimic oturi"* h i,^c<> U ••• ^J^ j.i.drum.--%  and TheMott Versatile Band in the Land" EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT at 8.15 p.m. O I fill ni im 11 sio.X 9rSTBM nnmuur TO YOF BY THE \I\EEHS OF THE it i % %  > BaM I ,:*• 11. ! •••ry or H.IM (to, mown %  <"hinaroid> H,ta n*sta i ,rk ..I IB mtnulaeaaa' f" I pain bul %  !••> UIM i bl..d1' and f. 'Mtatlan JJWl Gums Bleed, Teeth Loose! anil ANTISEPTIC TOOTH top I Trench Mouih in 24 Hours lllr.d i n( (uma. aera moMk. atlooaa ••nn II %  l. >uu •!• *lctlm e( Pyor'toft oa rr.iwh Mwilh. of aorata tad dUMSM IMI %  ,II •vmtualiy N It UN %  •* I,.\F, nd hv to BOU (all* taaih bafav* yur tin*. SIBca !*>• Braat WorW Wa* 5* .*til K HN h*o imU IB****-o..< in. -v'ld *• 1*41 row MUfillMa aav • hat four out of .vi Pv, pwpii. ars atar(.! %  aoon.r of lat-r HsarariiaS • %  tiro* • >1.1 .100 !-•• dlwaaM b.f0*0 II l t*L> Lai.. bavins* tkty ofua cauaa not oaly l*a M u( i*el>. b\rt %  !•" rhro"f tWrmHaw a** asnrl tro-Wa. _, Haw Discovery %  ATM T*tk ' ni(i*i nhia met* troubiatli ,.k — ll PMIIII.. rlrtt .. of if.. trouble. %  ">!<• |umi %  >• %  • ll,. v.r ral day. qnlfkly nk .— — — MM nut of your mouth, and aoo* MjrMaaa IM ith Tha (oltowtpg l.it.r ttiim Mr. W.I f.-"prhoa (ct..nwir. M r C-w w.ra aM ..M i.i*d.nv and I had lM (our walk,' %  (lima I i-i4 nmay iMlaa w —I h-i rc'id of ii> n.w diacowary n :i houra aft.r ualaa Ammtr %  H i.i"dir Tin aari — r -..ih ^Ua-tMaiad in Ibraa dara M la, I fomd that my looaa taatavwarn -rand that I CWi M wMlkWaV] Quaranlw4 F Maa4ln> natia>; ..i BRINGING UP FATHER MC. MANUS yjt' IJCT<* %  %  %  i .--i %  %  %  %  %  n : : JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS RIP KIRBY u %  TO TREATL/iXZ^E lAi'r <•># Xftt-s!! Ynur Farauriif .MOTOR CYCLES .trrirvt! VELOCETTE I he New Model L.L. 200 C.C. Is different from the conventional type Motor Cycle — in fact it's the nearest approach to a motor car. II HUT-, „;t.'il. Haml-.SlarlOil. SluiHt-tlriwn tintl l.iiw/i'is. For SIMPLICITY. ECONOMY and RIDING PLEASURE f /irntsta — VELOCETTE ,, ,i. .rd I ROBERT Couitesy Garage THOM. LTD. White Park Road '-'-*v*-.'-'*'.'-'-*.'.-.*.%'w,ov,','..',',-.-,v.'.'. •s.' r ;'ss t '.'Ss*ss.'S.'S,:'S l ',:::'S.'.'S>'s*'''>'>'>''''''' imowi!:;^,, >' I -rrhr.t Tr.ntMa**; PILES Siffereri from the mnddening irTiUtioo, the exhuming, BEOnising pam caused by ptl**_4o not wmil until piltt (hatDor. rhoidi) rrat h c. the special I M>p!ica!<' 4xed to each lube of Man Zan, A-huh mikea the use of this sooihun. I healing unguent so clean and simple. Man Zan is no onVnary ointment. It is prepared for one purpose onl* to end I the irritation, allay thu-ftammatioa and definite!* banish pl:e. From the var* first application *ou feel the irritation and inflammation ciidinf, and if *oo wiU only persevere. MM mo'e will you be tortured with the ag;ony of pilea. Man Zan Pile Remedy is sold by chemists everywhere, utcluding; special aonle applicator. Raoatraber the name 3i this splendid remedy ManZan PILE REMEDY Bf ALEX RAYMOND ll bf.E_.VL **,Mt "^3 BCtAn i. %  0UCU A PL-Oftar-T P-Cvt — BUl r*E WJ&T TC' TO HELP UTTLE k .STA*FO" >. w# %  Tfc BARBADOS YEAR BOOK NOW /\H there will only be o limited number of these book* on sale you are advised to make sure that you will not be disappointed when the iue %  ome out by booking your copy now. >'ss.'ss*' r 'r* r r&*'srw **'*' s \\ I diloi Barbados 'l'c-r Book Advocate l.ditorial Department 34 Broad Street. FOODS Your Enjoyment BoU. CackUil Omloaa m Cherries m Staffad Olives Tins CaekUU BsseulU .. Swift Vienna Hansa-e* $ Frank-fart ftaasafM X r.ufi.heon Beef g m Fate De Fole „ Potted] Meat o I 4 | PI. Tin Saaao Ollre Oil Tina Ckeasw I'kcs. Krjfi Cheese Bridgetown. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPEQAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only THE PHANTOM ;jrr ?x** / SEE rr FINS -AND THOSE \ (. t*BKl.Vi6'(CVERSaDVCU \ > r THOSE SMABKS ^ PUUE6A ft roi • BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES %  • AMI 4 ISMMICIIN IIM.V 5% Discount on all Purchases Over $1.00 Potatoes. Per Cornmeal. < n%in.I : iivromits O.M.V IFsMlly ib Port Salut Cheese. Gordons Gin. Bottles Now II ; for :l:t 100 220 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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TUESDAY, JILV 3. 1*51 BARBADOS ADVtK \TI~ I" VI.I SFA i CLASSIFIED ADS. wmit A t -gL v } !" l J! itru s on REXT TgLtPrlOHB IIOl REAL ESTATE The .1 prR* for a> Birth'. M>IUI. DWM Achnow >wa In Moanorian* not*-** •* oM week-4*.,. Hd |lU on Burala .more of woroM up to SB. and 3 rfiiti per word on wartr-dae* %  ward or. Surigava for : 1 I.. r-3 Far ShrOta. htarrlao)* %  iinaunrrtMnU In Carlb Calling In* riaiae la UN rot anj nunbH ol word. up to M and ernta pe, ward Mr additional wo 4. Ttrrn* run Phone tt.i-.eoTi S3S .nd 4 p.rr. 3113 lot lalk Nitre. onlT .not PDI DIED Bl.ti KwAN—o J ity Ind IHI. -•-—. Feaiterbed Ij" •*' PIORPNCE ALCWTA hlAI K Her funeral l.avea the above ra* al 4 IS p m lodav lit *.i Church. Friend* are muled Harold Pollaid (Sam. Eudora I <--,.„,„ ftoiovn T^m.. Harvev '•tin. Cooffrrv Crand CluldrrIIIV-IITMH— Wr the undrraignod wi.l. otlti our *in*er* .-parKUlUtn l.. Ihoor who fame, taut oarrla and *'"i"' or in any way ahanra Urn inaih) wild ua tit our recent Or rr-.nemoiit canted b* Ihe death <> %  n u dear ErLi bn. tVlb-rt l f neh .Palrier.. In** Lyneh •Mother'. MarrW Man.. rrvellne. CatherHve. Margaret ..nd AoVU* I.vnrh UNM 11 Mahon .brother-in-law. Ge..rge Mah.i :i T M \ IN MEMOHIAM i III -l \s ; lan Dan DAM %  Th* blow waa .udden the ariorfc aw at rat. olwav* la oui thouihii iiuwvvri Owl knox now much wo mi.—tl htm M.v I-.,., wH Portm nnn.- %  MKBL in laving irtrinw. "iiabaitd rranli WIKr'd Dan..' who iliea lub "d lV4*f Il tin** r-ftt'iweri J ipeelal da v. U> The dot* I (td %  ,i %  %  I ... Rul all ir. well II ... MWH • • ln| momorj of ol %  %  i daughter Horuia. no icll I J I9MI i m-nr but not tor co Urn %  %  m. *•>> %  wither -ltd doiav. B.H our lovo will Hm la*i>. npmliered hv ihe Lanr.1*' .mid ,i : si i, (iOVERXMENI NOTKf WANTED Appropriate office aceornmodu. lion comprising about BOO square (Ml kMwtwd Aithin Bridgetown. Application* will be received by the Director of Petroleum jnd N.ilural (i.i^. Public lluildiiigt o|* i< nd tnrtndlng nth July. IM. 30 6 51—411 AX \ HI \| |; M i : \ | s III \>l I DIM | M r^ r Amm-l-0.nl Tooth ;-lc Hoi*. Wiinin ihorl whlla xou mar bo Iho wmnor o( on* ..f In* foltowI'rlic tM.OO md J*r.ro 1)5 , %  00. 1 191—Mai FOR Mil Mnninom rfca-oo a i d T| oawia aj M *ft:i Sfwdafi M aoardi — vvj* IOOKU j coma a wo-4 >.-k-^ c*l .TIVF AUTOMOTIVE d Pr-lrti 1P4J Tjroa. %  Harriao. CoUog. *i-rl MHi.*h.,i. Ua ,.„, | | ...... I pauUP %  ^ i^ aw Trim-^la. my 1M1 ai J o'vbock CATTOBlt w CO. %  HtM M flll-n -*.,,! CAB—Crwvrotort. in food cord.iaon Owwar dnvon Appli rl M Maaaian. to bo afwn al Slon Hill. 8t Jam*. MOTOHtVClX On* V, ,"iA food CMdtUan Prior OH Or I-IIM Applj: Cat hurt O Jordan. T-i. Mil* Hill or C.o U V ln***ncata* ST 81—In ELECTRIC AL AUTOMATIC RETOHD CHANC.r.HwKAD:O Appl> to A ltd raw I Phillip. Radio RattC" S Mirhard rlwvtr HilUl.i 3 T 51 HrjHIGntATDR — On* 111 WooUnf. """• l *"ol worji< order Appl> i B.TB i % % %  "it.-u. MM or K. )l tin MISCELLANEOUS T -a,.and • ill oAV. I. Ix.Wu-OMDflllk.K. .,i • Lit* Mrwl. trdp-tD... .,. In %  %  • %  "•' Of July IP5| a J pin thdwollmfhouM WALMER COTTAO* Two Mil* Hill, itaodint U %  ardona and |l —. with t aero, anon "I cood awui araoa land Tho hdua* loniaiwa au m odom rwaawi m aad .om vontancwi and ma • b* miuonod on appwr. lion to Mr C R Tudor. Bov*u kat* Vacant p n aaa— haw w..l bo aum rurthor parttriilar* (torn corn-:, CATTORD co. %  wMCowfi M • ||,-fa .....' !l 1.1.P Dw-Fl.-JNG HOf) __ ti.*r*io MUM* -I Chapman Slroai RridB*iown .^..*.i Wmirpar* Rood Th* houno (..main. (i.il*ii. Drawin / %  id Dimnc ROCNTI.. two brdroomt. Broak •etrkI_.pt i %  jaappta, | PMM al Tho abovr promiaoi will b* %*t up %  al" b> Publlr CDinpFiiiion at our Of Jamra Slrool on Friday nth Ju., -t 2 p m For inapoctlon apply u> M r>riiv*T iho tenant between inc hour. J arid pm dail.' ascopl Sundai i VKARWOon A BOVCI. -1 AUCTION Mir n-r th* hot! .-.-. %  Jib and your porkoi I -uppl. pii.iH.. 2jja n f, M I I n OaKjiiiao lip* I i %  In* Apply L o b 4334 OALVA I.-iiatM ..i > Tyr. Ci phmw tm ID SIUXTSM Saul* I 1' .'. I i Sin-Ml ".1 tli OAI.VANUVED SHZFT* Bewt quallt; •• aneeU. Cbeapoot In Iba Inland a ft M M; 7 fl tB M; %  ft fi TI; t ft 17 M: l n la 40 Netl eoah Batter hurry : A HAit.M.1 a, CO.. I.TD. I.BATimt Urard. Crorodllo Skin* lo •BMP, hand bad* Paaler'a |*i |i r I' M lma;rr. (i aTMBdl %  II.-.-. I>I:IISO.VAI. Tin. %  % %  %  ..inert aj-,.1. CUrk*> aa 1 do not aMk reopomlbl* lm 'I.-I a* i.nti"i* elw by a rddr kairioo bv me CIO] C. tlATSON. Wool bury Rood. I:rha*l 1.1 II 2l> Tuo %  MB a A nut lo niv -lie CLAUDWI 1 .AM IBM her nr pay. contiartmn any d*oi 01 uebti by m Ai-mrD vr CLARKK. 1-ro-pert. St Jam*-. Tne publie aro herebi warnnl apalii'l Oil to ml wife MAJtY ROSAI iE COWARD IrM* MAYNARD. na I dff not hold niviolf reaporuible for hor or %  von* *N* oanlrartlnc any d*bt or ,M.t. ordor *IKn*d bv in* WH.FREP COWARD %  dtar HIII. SI. Joaopj to notify tho publlr lhat BM "CI Orchealra conllnuoa lo lunol I i .pable dlrtctoiahlb Mr rrert Allrvne iSaioprtnni % % %  .I j. ulupld. politll rO-DA rS NEWS FLASH TIM chance-, to win thousands of dollars for 2 • only, through our B'do* iwn Club Rre SrRdlcaofOne Copy Left of Latest Edition "f Vear Book of West Indies $12 00 Rats and Mouse Trap*. JOHNSOPTS 'STATIONERY and HARDrVARE The 15-Novel Man Quits By JON HOPE [| the day approach ins when authorship will he a part-time job? Consider the case of 49-ycarokl novelist Anthony Gibbs. son of Sir Philip Gibbs. After writing 15 novels he will author no more. Why? I can't afford it. Writers ran no longer expect to live on the money publishers pay them for their books unless they are best-sellers." Gibos wrot> his first novel. Llttiw Pater Vacuum, in 1921. Nowadays, as a director of a publishing Arm, he contents himself with reading other people's work "1 would much ratDH earn my living as a publishel than fall to earn it as %  • rlter A luthless critic of his own work is novelist Francis King. He has written seven books. Fourth ID be puhlishcd is The Dividing Stream, just out. What has happened to the other three'.' They were destroyed—by author King "I like ti. think there were some good things in them, bui did MR consider they would add to my reputation," For one story King took great trouble, smuggled himself into a PoW camp to find out for himself how prisoners lived. But no publication. 'The effort was not worth while. Now. King 28, is in Sulonlca. lecturing on English literature. On its vy Is the year's longest novel. Bold publisher is John l.ehmann Despite rising prodiprhe calls it "My most moat exciting eutort r a re-translation of Balzac's Lost Illusions, first published in French. 1837. Participants in giant task: Kathleen Raine, translationPhilippe Jullien. illustrations; Raymond Mortimer, Introduction. It took Balzac 21 years to write the book: Katlileen Raine one year to translate the 300,000 words. Cost lo British readers in S•ember 25 shillings. David Farrer. of publishers Seeker and Warburg, is beating; the bit; drum In unusual way This week at a party to boost reissue of novels by Frenchwoman Colette, he is staging a 'ilm showing a day in his author's life Film starts with Colette and husband reminiscing. Flashbacks recall Edwardian day* It wadt witil Colette chatting with Jean Cocteau. Colette, unable to bt present at the uartv. has wrium a letter which will be read to the g uM. by the French Airibasaador. World Copyright Referred —L.E S tlon costs. ambitious, prise." Book ENQUIRE AT . STANWAY STORE II i If ST. For Propertle.. Furniture. Cara or "rt Re%  ardkxa of air* or quality Without oblliallon and free if chare* UIQ ,„ jail ,-,) |w| | do t*w >v C PinRRFPOSTT EVENING LESSONS FROM 5 p.m. I nrhsh. Shortaaadl. Type UHtlBC (Jur.ior Grades) lUok KeeplBi A Aecdunts All C IndividuaL' or Groups at Homo. Omce or Clubs CITT ROOK KEFriNO STI'DIOS 47 Swin Street, (Ch-r Bata's Shoe Stor*i Or Write P.O. Box 151 N.B. Business Bookm po^t ri ABalked. Etc.. sn UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER rndav ao • %  tirnOral SI Bua Co Nelaoit 9) One Au.tln A4u le-irnaaod in locideni. S..I* al r B ViNCTNT fiRIFTTTlI pre opul* Ha* %  •. %  "I".* caw'p. uwd |1 pa .a spadopa PftfHTIgSIONAL NOTK r i tho pth : S." %  HAM outer .'MITI i OphBkalrM.Opt. . NOTICE : \ PADMORB. >• -WORY. doreawd beratnl |n M thai all per—n debt oe cUMn uaawi o. a*7e • • in. ruH. fapi I < il i VM BBl ma vi v in..r Star. ISB t.n,. Irrfuienn lur Tru.idaa S.hoonor Lucille M Smith. 74 ton* • ( Cap! Haaaoll. (or Bnti.h I Lady Jov 4* Un4 not Capl lor Si Lucta Schooner tad% Moolorn PM iddHion voaaehi hai* ample -pac* ld Ladinp for iranatiipnoni a Tthildod i Ciuiana, Loeward .nd •• ird laland. FT further particuUr* applr— toe. I i "M. BIT NT miMUin a w.i llai'Mail ..i,it Auduot IPSI Baffdl ain DM Ith da „i I ahall ; %  .,. LOST iller which d. ho BBPSL .. irnnnp Iho panto, mtiltled tn.reto NavtM esard lo the debt, and cteiina onli „( i rh.cn i than dial) have had nowc* an.t nl I ahall < M ho liabtr for aaae sj Urtriouted h. an* paraon of who-* dob! I %  claim I ahall not have had ranlee at i . And all penone utdrbled l the .aid I %  late aro roajiioatod to BaV eeounta wiihoui d-ia> Dated Ihta ISth day of June IS51 GFHTrtCUl JllNTS %  I NCH CF KEYS Rd and Bank Ha i bleaao phono Tlsa Touch With K.irb.id,. %  Coait Station SABlA .-i-*..hh. i Ainu ;am arrWinf oaoir A ,.M PORT FAIhY ,. wbrdi.led i HUai' l.i' no N.-u. baa i oaat I I Ai>o<--. Melbourne t at Trinidad r.ild S. ABVBimSE iate ABYtHATH WASTMI Mai • Sandopa ; „ I ceati a uawd i i Mmdapa of th* patt. • N\:I ERRI BTA P ^DMC4U ee SAVoll 17 S 91 4 HELP UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER SALES IN JULY r aragaj iMh I Plai McKri IPth' Mi i i. S4ile The Roaari. S( Cioora* T.iewlav S4th Mr II fl 1"ddard S.U. Blue Water* Terrace Thuradav I4th Mr* 1>. R. Sulhorland Laud> Tu* San1'l.dale. pin* Boad BltANKER. TROTMAN Aurlloneers .1.. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER -uar Apf-.il ro lln btar) '. ic hut in a I If r h r. order of Mr* I W-Ilur, porfocl :'.::.• Dining Table with pate.it Screw lo ae.it I*. Upriphl Chair*. China Cabinet. Sideboard. Hound Tip Top T. ble. Sorvlns. Ornamenl aid C lail Tablo*: Borgoro Aim Chan. Rockera Murrla Chain with Spruil C.ahloiv. Berhire Chair Halaland. Book Table Carved Pedci.il Planl-atand all %  n atoaWSony: trarp nice China Cabl .Round Glaaai. Wwkn Aim llialr*. Rocket, and Tat.tea PalctlnB* and W Colour*. C him i n II Clock. Verandah Chalra. Claaa and China. Set ol Table OUo .41 piece... Dinner Sei i ice pra • Taa aiut Codec Sci i %  c %  Plated War* in Vaae* Entre llnhti Ti ie*ii *c Pork. Culteo B. Jardlitirrra. Finger Bowl* %  ling Card Table*. Wr I Herat or in per (eel working ordor. IrhPan. lompi. Toaater & %  Very Handaorwr French Car pot* and Ruga. "rw Carpot Sweeper, aindte Brdatenda id Spring* ladvl Proaa with lv.uble irroea. G*m> Preaa. Linon Preaa. -Tim T'blaa all kn Mahogany Bedroom ill* in MamhUieate Mini Pie.. 11 T aibiland, Beditend and Spring. Ore** g Tablo. Deep Sleep .md Hair M ileoaeo. Child'* Bodatoad Cam >• GOBI lour Burner IVrfaction Oil Sliive ith %  prirect condition. Larder*. Kitchen Utena.1* and Tabloa. Fierier. Prraauir Cooker. U.H Mower (iaiden N-M Moae. Garden IteiHjh. Thlrken Cn and Run.. Plant* m Crmtitrd Pota. Uichidi. Book* including a kiiomburg* Hlatoriof Barbado* and it hor Itaana. BRANKER. TROTMAN CO Aartlonrrrs NO STEAK AND CHIPS From NEWKI.I. Rlidlhs NEW YORK The American word for grousng is "owfing." and housewives had a "big beef** recently is because price controls are driving steaks and roasts off thi dinner table. Since the controls were imposed \ weeks ago cattle del: arkeu have dropped 30 per c In Chicago one meat-packing firm. Swift and Co. bought 11-. cattle in two days till cornpared with the average ot 2.200. Another packer has laid off hair his employees. The reason: Farmers will not sell at controlled prices. A delegation of rattle men has visited President Truman to I are too low Says one Backer. "The beef black market is beginning all over JUJIM The city farmers of I Ohio are taking M chal B BBM bouiM Qatar own heid ol beef cattle to make sure that hospitals get meat. A fall in food prices may mgaV controls unnecessary. Today IT kinds of food, including m went down. Only sugar went RIGf.ERT song hit on radio for vears. current favourite of G-'-s in Korea 500.000 copies of the mum' I in four month* Meredith Willson's version Of "May the laOTd (." %  I Htuidaloc of tne *aid Company, and If **• rrquued Uv notice l>iii lie bid IJquidahir. are tn is.m in and prove Iheir aaid di hi A akkflh time and plaro at -hall i aprclfled In BUBBl W Bl there.il thry will be enrluded frwni .1 bmefli or anv dlatributhin made lh •aa-h debt* aro proved. Doled Ihia 1*1 Hodrart BB N I a.1i s s Qtai NEW YOBB SEKVICR Aril'.. a Barbooo* I \,-,-.. Ilarbadoo 11 GRAMOPHONE RECITAL Tbfw mil ba .i frai I phone ItiMUl al lh,. Hiiti h Council, WakcneM.Whil,. r*Ba*k ori Wcdn.esd.i>. Jiilv 4th m 8..5 pjTI The pingmmm. is: lUNnri. Ru>ai Ptrrworki Muate Bull* Conre.i. tar Organ No I In B IIAMDEI Concerto for CSrSSB Ha hi I T VICt'A -. M.t.V Rl \1 CO* I'ATUIOT %  ,u run SD Naaaa of Skip NEW OHI.KAN^ CANADIAN Ft'lKF BniVMH'TTtV1COA i AH"iA PK* V I Sail* Maatr-al Mav (Sin sr.RVUE 1 ou-no. tS>h Juit*. H-.haa.x litlt JldJ AirltK Rarbado. mil July. MR\U g %  aBa -in illfas Arrl*M B'd( B Jim!'!. th Juite 71V Bin i lani %  Mm i IIIRM I Till LAND ACQII-.lt ION ACT, 1941 ..„.,...., %  .. %  ;.> %  I....... ., | U-l the lamia doacribad a* lit* Salted ... horoto and Cluiatiuher in lite paiiah of Chrul CBt-rch hi Ihe .aland ot Barbado* are tiwali l br nopdrd BM pw T peaaa ••hict. in ' %  i i ... MS public purpooaa. rwu.clv for InCT* — Ing arnodl bulUlrupi *nd lui lehosi. TUT -. MFiii r A1J. riiAI certain parcel „i land ran..i.i. pi f'nrialopiu-i Girl* Sriool and bnun.i Ealu Itarleooixl Ihe PM ighwav allaBi ....:. ..I \|TS.,,.,1, K I %  I'hrMl Church Doted Ihl. SSUi dai of Ji,.c IHI ie -Mhh. i. (ttldirctowii hi Ihe Maud <>f Barbado* '* C i B. N TURHEK, .1 Srcrrtar. J 1 vi I GOVERNMENT NOTICES Attention is ilrawn to the ionti..| „r prices (Defenc. i | mmtl) Older. 1951. No N which will be iniMlsheri In Ihe Official i it} tad Jui>. i95i. 2. Under thi Oruer the inaxinuiin wholesale and retail -lin.: • Milk <'oii.*en..-tl" .,„u "lllchards-Canned are alc*aOWl AHTU l.K Milk -Coil.ienMii (Canadian: — Red Cow > lOther Brands) Pilchards—Canned • r -. WllOLFSAl.K PRICE (not more than) S14 88 pei case of 48x14 ../ tins S*S.92 per case of 48x14 OX Una Si6.36 per case or carton of 48x1 lh %  H I pgff case or carton of 48xM II tin' RtTAII I'HK r. ic thjni 33c p. i 14 o/ Un lie. per |4 II till 38c -per I lb. lln 22c. per 51-In Persia Itejeeti U. S. Proposal TKHKItAN. July 3 Persian Premier KBaaWlaQ rejected another United States proposal designed to keep Persi.i oil rlowing to the wesl to U.S. Ambassador Hcu Grad> said to the presented a compromise proposal lo Mossadcq at a half hour conlerlodav. He said the cumprtm iave mad. i ankers again lo load oil from A'orld's largest reflnerv at Aliadan. The reiinery owntsl bv ihe AngloIranian Oil Company has heei sei/ed by the Iranian G< mder the natlonalisntioi (In London the Iranian Knittavihat Iran irugfll appeal o the United Nations and l the Dtcurltj Council rjsrtng ui I by Briti'h autlun itles and th r Brit %  frontiers M —1 P. Mm-m! nothing tastes so good as a good of coffee ] POLICE NOTICE MISSING PERSONS N.m. AI-HFRTIIA WEIISTF.K Alt71 veara I.I M III.. ION 1 a Canpiadon: brown '•'"> MM nd i... brown %  i %  i-.iui. S1..U..I. H i %  Inc. 12th .l.uiuurv. 1*51 Num.AHA DEANE S fwt 4 ins AKC M V.-..I %  aaoamoa H. iht " fwi I ir.pli-xuHi BllIM -Urn f, Hllr: bU.k .m,l long Sht wiilklt brMkly and snPBkn quickly—whrn lu*l *.'i.. a whil. i-i.t kii..wn pael "i pjwai Bay SL.-.-T. st luehML itorina IIKI2fllb January, 1*S1. Pleaar uilonn u,se3 be—rich, hearty and tatiifyioa. Just vnifr that invrting aroma . Inert lip that heavenly coffea flavor. Thn Mi if you don't agree Chose & Sanborn gives yoo all me Ravar yo*Acup COr. hold. So don't ioit aik for ooffaa,; oik hf Qieif Sunbsjm; A. To-days (..A. .SaajS \o, BBaOOteffay-Pla' 1 Silo, My pi,, an applr> o-i %  i BnoujA <*f ih.-ii wonderful stuff" Ysu ran If ...u give Mima %  %  (or baking. ROBERT TIIOM LTIi. — NEW YORK WTI C.Vl.T SERVICE APPLY:—DA 8TA 00LTD—CANADIAN SERVH E SACUENA Y TERMINALS t ANAOIAN SERVICE Frmn Halifax, VS. a. Montreal L^ADINC DATES %  Soatrral IS Atapai ll.l f.a %  I in .1 n l.K SIKVHI; ilwfll. I %  ! I HMfl <>lui!ii\t HUNAVaS BURAPMPAU' LONDON visnon ape.l-rt 4i.lt .1 *. Mgtatwwa %  l.K. & CONTINENTAL SERVICE 4alw*rp Rallerdam leSSBaM %  aaoted trr;,.i a ll.ldfrto-o Barbara. aa*ata i PLANTATIONS LIMITKII — nwa* oa OUIIM XI MHV1S1U-, i i I.I'.. JKWEI.N .New Shipment opeaetl THANIS '& WANTED I J ^aaV* J *.r,r J r.r J r, *.r J *.y,.ye.*.* ^.'.'.',-.\ CLEAN OLD RAG l>.llvrrrd In Advoralp n*M K.M.m I'HESF.RVF. YOI'H BELTS MHO III I I IHIISSIXt, Ol.l 1.1..bl.|i< MM'IIU IIIIMIHV I. TO. %  *%  '•'-"-'-'*"X*-*xr.w. '-f-v.*^-'-'-'. .', •'•.*'.•.'. -.--.'. '.<*•'.*'.'.:: %  % % %  %  RALPH-A-BEARD A M. 1NST It F F V A. •.wetlonrrr and Real IM-ite Acral V.IU invrrstin>: Protafftltf I Navy Gardens and Silver Sands. y rthat Mom PlftwM Ring MM %  huri h. PO Bo ,--','..-,',*,','.',-,V,',V,*, WAR! WAR! WAR! YES : A REI.ENTI.ISS WAR IS BaUNO DBCLABKD <\ PSICBS H SIUU.IMNMHI MIK. IIANDISI Wft~ ('ome BIBI Join in il hv purchiisinK wlml vim i :m from th" followint; Lines . WITHIN ONE WEEK STARTIMi MONKAl M JlIV FOR LADIKS COTTON II II 15c. UI.UKKEII cairl Ma OUNOUNl HATS \ll -. .. SlJt l.nkrlv N>w I...ICII BBLTS Oaiiom II k i QtH I.AUIEN' -HOI M....I |KT pair K2.\ fie BOOK! ; puirt for SI.IHI IIMIIHK JFK-ill SII.K 4SV. Plain and Stii|''I 11.211 up IIWIKIRI HIFI S 1 fnr SI.00 OOflON HRIMS 42c. LINENS Tic 1 HECK TtFITAS BJJI KHHIH SITIN 7.'.r. HK.K .tl.F< l'l..tSTIC %  ui rraa i nun :>%c. 1 HI! 1 HI.50 ..MAINE IKIPI. SI.BJ f >CIL|.|.l-{ HIM. M.I3 per \.l. up GENTS' VISTS 2 lor 11.20 r.ivr.H.M .VI.-. Sllv-r A Gold f-.II.IU.flll anil ( IIU'I fnr Hrddlni. 12.40 U|. sirtKKSKfv ILM up CALICO r,9c. HEDTII'K SI.29 up BE!. rtlll.FTS Hill. II.. SiilnUtl (TRTAIN LAOS From .Tc. I'l \IN sri'NS Mi. $4.65 up ( ... rl. urn BTBBAM wilh Bl S3 50 un FI.OttlREI. SPCN c. .-.i.LAi.i: M.GO up ..ui. si M pat pah N.n—NKXT WKKKTIIKRI-: Will. Ill W \R UN SO VI \N\ llllll K I.I I IIIAM IIH4IS. Wn Henry St. & No. 6 Swan St. .•//////.'//.'/.•/,•.-/////.-,-.',', TO'i*w/rtwiAflrisiww*''w.v



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PEACE: ^rur.il Ridgway hat ot rt plied to Red offer \\ til: i Hied troopi concentrate fire on two Red held hills %  ft k.'If VI 4 • 'tttlee discusses oiT^Viain T *25515i_with Drake at Cabinet talk*. Attlee Summons I JVAlfcJ ; t r(p|ied to Red offfr SJSSI fir. on two Red held hill. *'H'T 1 '*LV with Drake at Cabinet talk, ^ I. llt^ OUllflUUlig Ridgway Will Say 'Yes' To Red Offer ^*? Britain Welcomes Chinese Acceptance Cabinet To Decide Britain's Attitude LONDON, July 2 'THE BRITISH CABINET met at Number 10, Downing Street to consider the Communist, leader's reply to General Matthew Ridjnvay's pro posais for an armlBtiea in Korea Foreign Becratar? Herbert Morrison reported the Red reply as broadcast by Peking radio yester day, and official sources said the Cabinet would decide Britain's attitude to the next step to be taken. General Matthew B. R 1 xpeeled I :vplv" ;< %  the Communi % %  proposlnn Korean <-eas. in the K Jub in n lold the it.thi>uRhl n K io kndufai h to %  I would raw .'i' %  • % % % % %  oners. The tab men! lo t! weleori In Chin M % %  %  i b i t • .,: thi %  '• %  i %  : % % % % %  munurtg In opening Uu Radio Peking early Tue"ria> .,.. editorial In I' ivii at OaDi Wei • ihe boaillne Flgl I Jill (ire is only the of Ihe Korean qui The editorial rep. daj %  Comn unl < repl) lo General lUdgwa) said if the United 9tal and other Allied Go negotiations, and proix-il> fuiiill their obligation*, this negotiation will Nvf been Vie Ilrsi ten toward Korean settlement ai important •..,, Korean problem. Thn Dattj Keen Korea China ind th •••%  % %  I w desired u peaceful aattli "our Datt i fToilH een I this aim." With General Ridgway expected to accept the Communists' bid for truce talks in Korea within %  fee hours, the United Nations are prepared on Monday night to ill barl, until ihe military phase of is completed, \ mid be learned, the United Nat lacri Bund wal taking no dire ihe military talks foi Korean It WM known. hof'rr that mwl diplimi.it> hoped RidMarshall Warns U.S. Asks For *8.:>00m WASH %  •-.. I • %  letdown m IM I enre in Korea %  i %  : %  i i may ha bum %  Li %  tativa, A wh .i might anr light n i -nd the United innot jfcree 01 1 He pledged with the committee on an $8,500,000,000 Foreign Arms and Economic Aid programme ao that there "should be no doubt in ihe world's mind we are determined to stand up and resist." Marsh 111 that the United States should not bgcorflg to .1 trar on Ilia OWft>' V liliii:. ,1 . Dcroocr.it representative E. Kelly nboul the advisability of sending beav) arms to Yugoslavi.i. he had read various roporta in the press that Vugosld ba taken over bj %  mall arma which guerilla (oroai %  WOUld bi from tinUnite State ha would prafn not io dii nation m the M Involved "very mtrn M 1 I'. Allder" Not Ready tending to change political alleglai Only 6 U.S.Divisions a* For European Arm) SOUTHWICK, Washington, July 2. JJEFENCE SECRETARY George Marshall levelled on Monday that the United States North Atlantic pact partners expect to have 5,000, 000 men on guard against possible Communist ai:i;ression by 1054. He made this disclosure in tcs tunoay before the House Armed Services Commit l^e 'n which he re emphasised that the United Suites has no present ulans to send more than nix divisions to Europe unless a general war should ',reak out. THE PICTUKHSQUK "OMUIMB I foi the Propagation of thi" On.pi'l SIM mission wlu.li mini for B.<*ton, O.SJV 2rt yearn MO, arrived at her moorum .1. I H-'i "ii" n|. oytet ol lha Unit* d Btati naat LagaUon, Ignoring the %  %  I in behalf i-f tdm i DO for %  i Europe have tripled %  n %  R io war A %  m 'tir Not %  thai '.<>\ i i I ... %  %  i %  i io brfn i -i othei inemberi —r r Minds Made Up To Shut Down Oil Operations LONDON, July 2 JIRIME MINISTER CLEMENT ATTLEE in an unprecedented move on Monday summoned Eric Drake, General Manager of the Anglo Iranian Oil Company, to a Cabinet meeting with military Chiefs of Staff 01flcial said the course was set to close down operations in Iran Drake, who arrived from Basra at the week end, reported to the Cabinet on his recent expert ence in Iran and outlined the physical difficulties and danger to life and property that might arise from the closing of the Abadan Refinery. i I" i ahtplwrd. Beit Ira ,n Trln'l,.!! Ul ., 1,1" M | ||wt %  teMUni pravaui in U %  in %  ii-ow BnUtJ i v.u-u.itiini mlflhl n'"iilt in n i lo. U.\. GUNS BLAST i p (.rain Shan's way (-..Hid Mirc-a-rd In irlli ijr llifAM u -. MCI' i .1.. ,, membe talks sUrlcd sooner than Hie elihl for SI. John, ntd 0 On pur 1 Reds Prepare For Action In Austria Reviving The Purge vir \\A. .!,,:. 2 Austriii's 200.000 Communist.s Who i A cricket match >uch ns the West Indies can IWV. hope !o we—nnd nevi : ee—1 Bosnni BX. between two team of ft of briljin visitors fron mark and Holland. liOtH Ol ihe vlatba i i played cricket before. cored two runs and ,,!l on: 'or 102. Nine Dutch batsmen were bowled b> n K I.". \vliii .ii'iunned the match and %  i, One member of the Dutch team %  hurt. Hi Jaeger himseii kni cked up 97 noi out in his side's total Of 154 i ii two V hurt and % exerk.l balls had bean lost. Tho rest 'if the side inspected the WriCfcet nnd de and limit k I %  -BIT SIXTEEN JAPS IN U.S. WASHINGTriN, July 2. Sixteen mem! :.' ted Sei %  %  '. • %  Aisuke Okamoto. — L r. RED POSITIONS GoUpCtaMarl They [ht %  • anmunlal oapttal* loyed bj .1 .ncnmulI the 1 ka of these Communi 1 an lux. Bail U cal H < roQowii if TltO* %  thr.'unh 11 %  In W II 'icle the i Communist the former I Soviet %  Midship %  .., %  %  ttta for Amcrkiin vh inlellisence and of i.'-niiK". Government offtclali, M Communists made dcUil< es and paralyse %  %  In many signed to party memt-l l' EAST CKNTHAl FK< >>:T K Allied air and arttllerj power im itrategic Communist-occupi''(l mountain top iationj lino. 'Hit* hill maaaa from which lha Hv<\<. hjn : continuoua mortar and arl Allied positiona were blasted In early mornii and full-scale arlillcry barrage. An offlet 1 have not yet a full report on the full dai we certainly clobbered iw hill." •ports Indicated that Another Year For World Sugar Pad I'iNli. . Til. lr,-. I %  %  rial Suaai rW dui U axpire on Aueuat In %  I . r %  London % %  %  t .. "The Council adopt) 1 %  1 %  %  the 1 j -rdiMX .'( 199] I %  : 'I .... \. %  Proi rol %  1 l United Stat< HiKh Commlai %  7.18 |.m. lo-duy boui.it %  kfurl Ai of his atari 1 tayed in I days and lunched 1 prior to taking off In a I %  r %  1 %  %  Airport orriciaU laid %  (lermany With ( t ittera.' •'' r Bar! number of moitiir and machine1 ernplaoamenti on heavll) ;xled hejRhU wen Ring Allied attaeap, ihe iioni ten tinned Natto roamaal M Land, 1 ootacUng no Red %  Communlat mortar and be daereaaed iharpl) 0*1 infitnit Orily 3.> roui eportad to-das eon ired with the usual ion to 200 rounda daiij trt the paai 1 United Nations and Coanmunlll patrols probed and Had • Korean front u tn take or hold moal a* ,.. %  1. g r .. 1 %  ,eaaaflri the battle line AI 11 pin. TO 1 had net yet annwcred the Jataat :he Kac. along the 38'I. n. in nnd l*t —I I' %  %  I thai on %  %  \ —eij(liu io ten hind %  1 %  %  %  %  Exchange %  Ko nunuH %  loratlc |i .in i-ilnt. — I* P \UC\o\ Flits Back To 4st*rmaiiv MONTREAL, July 2 %  %  %  %  %  n thai %  %  %  %  1 %  : %  Council Australian* Goitfg To Japan %  M< %  %  tatemi ml Ail...1 I Cay. I 1.Milt with %  %  %  %  %  %  u will be %  .1 %  %  E> 1 r Dew&y GOBS On Orient I isii S.\N FltANI 1SC1I. July 2 i I. lli-.H %  i %  orient *' 1^.3(1 p.m KlilV ..I, M and n parabla 'i ti valuabla inttaHitionai veeaourea %  could ba nn compromlN n Ua proaanl fonnula of Iranians l,captatng Of tankers to i." deelareUoee th..t uia at! they lir.iperty uf IIHIKIIIHIISI'41 J cornpeny. But It was said %  nother formula might pavr the i g) [HI legumptlon ul loadinK of oil from Abadan Unoonflnned reporti from rial ild hii'^.n %  i Pah pa i gg ol ine AJ (IO ii ..II.HI Oil Comp an y would .in. evacuation ot the Brltlali 'tafT A repoci geld ihe P kl '.II .1. uu < onsultatlva i -n! ., I. I'.'! in* Iranian NaUoi .r ,.. ( ri, temporary bog % %  %  i in ai '-f lh Anglo Ir.tn'-.n on Company could not itionaliaad ' %  %  Indian and Pakl tani %  %  %  MM and 1.700 —fj r "('uuiion" Needed %  r K.. i%  %  %  %  %  tMl In Ol I I Hriluin's Sugar Mav Be Cul LONDON. HrM.m|.,|,| u %  i u|ipl. nn.in luvr U be i III iinvrar. ".nii.i ihe Karl of UgeeweL r,r-,., , SprreUry |g ,, %  Ministry at t %  : I. Illtllll|, ,l,l:i.. ill III, "'""* of I ..r.i, ||P u ,relil tin I.. 4ii appeal from Lord llawkr. % %  !,.. \.,\ thjl Ihe liiiv rriimiiii rlislirr XUAX the gage* ii .mis.-, %  jlluwed hi liuiiiew IIPS thU mmnirr fr lam-m.klug should getuall> be u-..,i lor Jam. Lord l.istuurl polnlrd nut lhe.1 Hi. (iovernmenl la at prevent only Just able to ... .mi in, it,, ,„,..„, i.-s. j or Jlloeallomt Mr rxoUined Hut there U no ua> of guaranteeing thai houseM-|%e Mill ue tlirlr nn. MHI.II:. "aeaaeaa" for jam. Lord lUwkr said llial Ihe "bunusrs" ihould he lisued at Ihe peak of Ihe fruit oeaoun. Nugar Isaued for Ihls purpose In small amount*, every moiilh B oes Inlo ordinary use. he said, while fruit KIIPto waate because housewivea have no oagar to preaarve U. Al present, be added, the BrlHsT. people are pulling Ihelr sugar Into innumerable ii,.of tea in order Io gel tome energy. —B.f.P. C.D.C. CONTROLLER CHANGES JOBS LONDON. %  ho Bee lu-tt has been ''"•" ol Operatsoni m the Devalopsnent Corpora '. has I-M appointed i atari lo Mi WilUam Herod, than —* of the Daaanca i'nHiuction Ihwid or lha North Atlanta Treaty Organization, it is an* ineed in London I'.P. Final Stages Of Black 1*301 Near But Molliinff Signal }>•/ •TO. ,. LONDON. I In-1.mil ItagMof Uuneiiotiiitmns Ix'twcvn Brilnin and ( ..In. lor %  Kgar-Uld-cigar Igratment am apprnachinK. l(.-|i.,il. M.„i,in, : l.iinil.in fmm Havana sav lh.il II,' "''1 .'il'ini-l l.i.s approve"! III., pri'liminarv drall ol tli. 1 i" I 'linnnl which pmvi'lif, for lhi> pttrctllM I, • .i 1,800,000 ions ol Cul ........ „ •:, MX | thrn ndaboul E 180,000 worth or Cuban cmini in 19 i ...Mi.'.-r MALOMB, leavine the LeflelaUve ' I.', i|H,iiiiia . viim ririi, In nry Spanish Air Chief Visits America It. I HH \KI) 1ILPI RV WAS' I day on the tomb of Uw %  %  %  %  I % %  1 %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  I I ' %  w.iv for the I lOtlal | l.i-Cwev,i Hrlf.in i Cuba, whleh may i<> H d u. the ignlng of th .., n '• %  it nothinu nag yet been signed long on ihls ngrt-nneni %  : %  i V. %  London on Canap ohtenta, although ion of %  similar ugree* tnt between Cuba and Canada I thifactors thut pte|he sending "f the Wi %  nen trade delegation to Loralon. it ig Tcii.ihiy laamad thai big changei in th, ; %  %  anl have been made the ojueal oatna %  the i. A 'ci guaj The b .1 glmoet certainly tad from the preaaiira %  • grnment by West Indies and other interests. %  I. II. nlil WIIMIII v... p • fii ..f the Board . on dtffei ml IHOI*.', it is be% %  n thlg pri/ rtportunity to modify %  1 %  ughout, he waver, reetnent bj Waal indiets !•!.%  % % % % %  ; I'I (>uy all 1 tta w.-vi [ndtea can %  %  Cuba Csattpsiffis \.;air.s| Snpir Vtl HAVANA The Cubnr Workers' Federation hat *innounced th( it will paab ih aupporl of the us. trade union movement in Cllba*i liimpalgn against the proposed I' S Sugar Act. now pvndinv before n e U.S. Congress. The Federation said it WOUM and a te itton '*> tin United Btaf to %  ga U g i.f tin A'-if! • Ki %  %  labour, the Congress of mdusuial organisations and the United Wi ikers for the Cuban teu 1 Tinpropoaad BUI woul I %  by 270.000 tons the quantity Ol sugar the United Suites pur1 1 .In 1.it'll yt-Ji while inrreasin c the quotas glloited t' Peru .ind ih<> r>ominh tn Repubttc B.c.r. B.C. STRENGTHENS BORDER GUARDS GEORGETOWN. BO. A series of police stations is < • iii %  %  Quasi %  111st igglingj In George-1 pei lodiraT .in Ireroc area to buy diamonds distribute Communist propaga — %  AM



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PACK TWO IIAKII.MHis VDllil Ml H I SDAY, JULY :i. IW1 fiaJub Qcdlinq B.B.C. Radio Profffamme ?ss r t ;t 's+'w*'*ss***'ssss*'s. ', •,•.',;•*;:', %  .',•*'*•.'' : ii ita>Ai r.U.a* MM am RapOTI Imii, Bl I tw -I am II Wl M *1* I. i %  — IV % D.m i \i N* HM>. •• p M. B *IS pn Wi .%  A***,,!' m* : **-' "" %  stat M Elizabeth Taylor comes baek-with E. T. H.' still on her cases 1. L o MI e i III \ I IS I Mi l)\t | & Ul J'M A tunhiiulnr ALAN I.ADD in The I iii" th.'l U HiI.ilk ol Town "SILLY llll \.\ 1111.1 • "V '* N • •><1 -, f, IB DKI m. Htwt • W nbMsn. LH p rnnn tha *rt.,M.I mmc s.— Sat* i. IS IS |. n. 1 Brllan I* 4.'. p Hi. lot the Si D' SCOTT .. I by the Lady Rodney lor New York He will Spend i*., mcnths in the C SA. and will take a lummn course at the New York University Poat Hospital. Three Month* Summer Holiday,. : AlIPIVINt; (i ** S "V t on' tap Ol snia'll Vee*sauela %  n T CAPETOWN A man was to enraged to li ovar that | neighbour had been listening in to his party-line tafle* %  ihi.ne call that h shot him. When the cnller realised someone was I Waning In, the men exchanged harsh words and arranged to •m-et down the road and have it out''. Result: murder A LUCKY SHOT DAB-SALAAM A 55-yesr-old Major has Deen : (dentally cured of savere menmall notice which says. "When" %  ^P"" 10 to *"?"%. unlw our home. 1 thmugJ. the head with a 3H ,HH | small pointing Ol • The major. In a fit of depresn a basket above the *• one night, pointed his iwvolver at his right temple and Bred putnonajr The bullet acted Hke i bratoUH surgeon's knife performing tl For The S.P.C.A. T HK telephones ..i T. i< KV ..mi its branch stores Whit%  them. blue cross painted the phoi OU pn. iwo puppies The | In tli Will Study Hansard % %  in .r.i.. %  R i md hi i !.. % % %  M H M niiift ColR.DARNLEY JORDAN. r;ov,„.. .inmeni Stenographer ..t f im (i t %  %  • W..!< Tnnidad. u now on his way to insj medirlns and hai Anlsned hi the United Kingdom on the Gasthird y< Ha hi iana> us.. He has lx*n awarded a Study Artluu %  I •* r z in England and will M ..„ Said Mrs. He i-,i ih ra) M" Md m tins Mandard oven the S.l'.r A Of rleprcssion. boxea went Into UH ye— pletely cured. TV VKKsrs CRIME _, . WASHINGTON Duney In bnf land -rv u now twrng use.1 to catch ANY successful men hsve cr ) m inals. Recently u man StO rled thall BOW t" Mil M In the black mar%  M OM kit A poUeanun i t oppad htm ano ..f them. His sfUe, Lillian, was his he shot and killed the |' icrctary when he marThat night a statton telrca phntoi;raph of a lorry stolen by wntn she n0 man lu carry off Ihe row. POtWC allached to Ihe Spe..ki-i • departnTentfneerii II. '•" In EnfUnd t>] the Queen Uopc someone will know the i the House of Commons „„ returning to England in early Mar>: I gave up helping him in driver, paration of septeii.bei. TrevOl rei in rk :' %  years ago We on until the %  • %  esful then, .in* w iv." Intranttt Next Week Walt Disney Is In England fo T RINIDAD'S Carnival Queen i tOmlnt -t Denham of Gordi %  111 He will *tudv th Hansard. His cou him to Improve the pn of Trtnldad'a Hansard. Short Transfer M R. ST CLAIR BUTCHER o< Meaars. McEnearnc)and Co Ltd.. left on Sumi.. b) H.W.I.A. for Trinidad on a short transfer to the Trinidad McEnearney's. Transferred M R. M. M. KHUPANA. BUs.. •-(, CHARLES PIER) I LL.B Second Secretary IO 1V1 waa ln Trinidad I the Office of the Indian Conunla* ->r the Trinidad race i siontr for the Government of turned on Bundaj bj B.WJ.A India to the British West Indies on,,, pas—ngai buslnaai CROSSWORD • '.^^,^'.'.^.'.^>'.^.*,^',*.*•-*.*^>^* < *.*^v^.*>*.'.*>y/^v*^^^y.*>**^^*^*** *^ **'*r** AQl'ATM' t LI H (l.\EMA |Mmb.On!,) •• MADNESS OF THE HEART .Til! 1.1-N a\"Fra>i VATINKT araMraajMi %  ?>• %  AIDNBiUAV -nd TMURHDAV NIC.HT IPPXIAL MATIN-BE SATUW>A\ WOMM) ANN BLVTH HOWARD DLTF in RED CANYON JANETTA DRESS SHOP Upstairs Over Newsam. Lower Broad St. nl :i* $%9tm a U | mil log I v next vs Week-end M\„: t to I through %  I .<|v N.-'-.MI lu Arriv.tls H i only toitl hlng my daugh' Daughters Diane ll") | Back From St. Vincent M iss DORA IMHKHSON. AaV on Beelal Welfare te r II and w arbo vag m si \ II %  i.lvismi; %  oniing in b> tiie Vii.eenti nis on the organiaation %  plane nv Mr A I "'• %  HonW turned iiagtanlij by i* <• Airlnii.iiii other passengers arriving B.W.I.A. Hotteit ,,v lh '' mm P |J "* ^"^ It. ANDMKS OUY DRVAUX !; %  l h 'f • Jftji and n,e„ daugl M viuobul i sine* J.UU6th ralurned to Incidental Intelligence Milan. Italy to attend the Second Trinidad over the waek-end by [JOLLYWOOD is the pUct World Congress ol the lntern;in W I A * *•** the kids call thalr Iional Omfaddraj 0n o. rh %  %  r, I %  Mi i>e\..ux tf new raUred from parents bj theli llnri namaa u Unionson Julv4. Mr. G. H. A.laim the Ho.al Hank ..I < I I remi-mln-r them ii also expected to attend this ot-8pafa "MiiBgie" Is %  B.W.I.A meeting. hi steal i bean Cransierred lo Slngar i similar post Trade Union Congress ALBERT PUCKER IN r.eneril !?ecretnry of lh| Hallways Transport Workers Union ond Station Master of Todds Road, Trinidad, leaver fu M R Co, HI M' Lax k-haired, blue-eyed actress day. was held up by a strike of ElRabelh Taylor—the girl who Pan-American Airways pilots. bet thrice engaged, married at 18. switched to BOAC for the last lap. 'reed al 19—has come back to "And we have bad about eight I town hours sleep in Ihe lasl 72 On marriage she had nothing more to say 'I don't think I am a good person to give anyone Hunte ihiirh L.E.J*. Arro*a 1. Although the nsit sod ihe SICK ma* lift be vurspiured DIPT %  "• onea carried aws* b it. < B. Ou whlcb sou am* reir lor s chsnit (4 i 10. i tk* Stanley %  place in Msrmion" cshoriMUHi. (Si 11. Pri>Dabl> where Ui nut lies. (?) p. Shoe marser ot •art*. Ul in. PAIIIKU* ruloured domino. (SI Si Named Irom T :.. H* vapour. 161 r*. imp]i-rtitut to IOOR at. ana II %  M. Un u JU uaplrsasnt loo*. ll ftf, AgP. 13) W. TTits cap la aoidlerlr. 1=1 O-iea 1. gllver-UKa meUI, HI 3Thr gloomy lablea. IB* 3. Duw luaa ot doujih do rhU to I baKir I i&| 4. Solo c!iaui. 14 a. Dye. '' 6. A mili'r to Dots in the ri*tiing Wl, And "Rujo MUoti Mattel Bpv" It?" said the • in this connnn. In salts .' ihs know," rapUed Suet despondently. announcement lasl week, have "Are yosj the Bubbleblowlng j-ung me up to compluln. !. "' asked Ihs rol< v. The Mlnistri • "Ol It .nliin-lleTiTLi.ld toll The explanation is hhat the that Ramsgate can't stop was so close to the truth. taiion fruit until ha and the names so slightly disnow l-Ui, mid will yo gUlSed, that the lust in .t.ilir.n' | M un Saturday had to bo prlnled in off ln shIStill PratHm* S UET rang up the oddttas wfl l>i MLB.mton-Del about this ferret Ramignte." he said. "D'you want ii> speuk to if" iiskcil a saucy voice. "Donl be said SiR-t "Is Mi Banlon-betmold then"' "Ho He' out prottuig with 1' "With a bell, a (lag. per," said Suet. "I'vi all about it." "That's right." said Ihe vote eagerly, "the IBOppOf ia new oiufrom C.ngnold and Harmaii." "I'm so ghsd.'' aid But I sarcastiealU, "but doesnt the leg 'hiking ll I'ahnly I N M gjgUi I 1 . .. %  M Ro %  rnother hen old if the Mnlhuish. va, ti>ld that tun daughtei would not be back H she had gone |o the moon, she said: "Emaia was home tvp.> SVie went to Wantage on her own a %  tvan Tag latg Mr. Mnlhuish eaflad her Rover, trip to Boulogne njc Rupert and Simon—22 I I. IVUf .if Ml lion. 141 %  a Parent, unleaaed 111. Unused. <4i ML Only on* or mai 31. Maybe the ace. Solution M .>i#ol %  puna — Straw 1. Oraailoa; S. Iiur-i. rv i.ttdWnlfJ U IS Taint. .1 I.u. I > l> %  V rj.mln.u Ai'-iu' .. Oil.' RfaWSSW 7. OrinuM, Ll. aw'.tn. 1'. ..i, Kecently she ehei-ked into the Savoy again Her grey suitcases .%  il had ihe InlUebj E T 11 This time it was a seventh tluor suite, shared with secretary t'einrv Hulledge. There was a linglc bunch of red roses in the bed\li-s Tayloi woie a blue and white silk dress, light moleskin pearl ear-rings, two pagrl .1 gold link bracelet with 1 1 ustophcr. and a diamond ng on the third tlngcr of her lelt h uid—one she had bought ioi herself. %  | have seen Nick, of course," We live 111 the same town* We had lunch together once v. ire mat friends." Mi TaytOI expect > to l>e m Kngland fot two or three months to play the part "' Rat* ca •i n version Ol Ivanhoe with Robert Tayjor. She left Hollywood on SatuiDRESSES EVENING (iOWNS COCKTAIL OOWNS JH>I arrived: Only a few superior quality Cotton Dresses uid Heath Dresses of permanent tinisti ebinti SJIM & S24.9S p I. A z A I RKO KJKH'I prsaruu I THE MAN O^ Tf[ EIFFEL TOWER Cli.fl* l-Mfi iarn Al-i l^nn ILKIIOI ITON ri.iiiiKii TONE nmi \ SHIM KISi AIT MM W.d 8, Ttiurlof **i and 1.10 p.n thnxi* HAI-T gam N 1 r*orrs*io\ CL*\ rn.i pi Hi %  VgJJAMt %  1 \i 1 1 %  Tit.< noi 1 111 \ \ Mi 11 PAH B Ft I D G E T 0 W N NO CONSTIPATION FOR 25 YEARS "My husband introduced me to ALLBKAN shortly after we were married. 1 use it in my cooking as well as for break* faat. The result: we're regular aa clockwork!" Mra. Antonina Cranano. 453 Garfield Ave.. Jersey City. N. X rase of many unsth liciUa Uuera (mm ALL-BRAN uBtrs. If you. suffer from eoostipat to lack of dietary bulk. ounce (about ^ cup) of cnapy KeUogg'* ALL-BKAN daily, drink plenty of water. If not satisfied after 10 days,, return etnpty bos to K, lions Co of Gnat Bnt.,". Ltd.. Mar.cbs.lsr, EnsUsrf._ !;.: DOUBLS TOUB'MONEY BACgl PLAZA OISTIN Dial 8104 I SRI MIMM SoatU Han. i.aid Si-tnal 'The Ti#amian' -. Urtr-r H + .' %  %  %  i Ttii.r. M.I 1 MINACI:(.111 11 TIIE OARDEN — ST. JAMES i rows isr roassr ana i n*ir. TIII: ri.a-i i Asn mi: onu." Color I.Tii-hnwoloT EMPIRE r.SKKilKK-.-.I-.KlMKSSKKMlK;-, WW///W//rtV///W, ihm. Vcu pt han soursel ? l-wtti' i %  ki*i j %  -.I.OIII: i in; AI in: TilllaHMl JILV l!lh. 8.30 l-.M. MADAM WILL Presents STARBUDS OF 1951 \ i..n Slaae Show will* Humourous .-ktlrhes t'nd.'i the pat.onage of n V C GALE. M l.t \ M K. Ii MOTTI.FY. M f P The ( HRIST ( lit RC II BAM VtlLr'AKi: LBAQUC CUNIC MI Ml in the Model C. B. Caunt Browne .ml Irrrheslr* Box A Orchestra loadl *1 <• BaSJM It: Rsleain <11 I ii gggsj vftii*; CIIARLW CHAPLIN I It HI IKS Tills ll "EEM W/////^A'/,v//////^ no AY SfVllS DOOIWAY" OLYMPIC I Frrol rivnn in %  THAT FOIIiYTI' WOM4N" SUCK iWtN %  Pmi.r & Mm "THAT MIDNIGHT KISS" VSS.V.'.V.-SSS.'S.V*VVSA-S/'.'.VS.VS.-.-s.-.-.-.-s.-s,VSS*A C.LOBE OPENING FRIDAY IN RIOTOUS COLOUR Wait till you see Fred Astaire dancing on the ceiling! Just one of the many amazing numbers in tinr.l.oHE TMEATKF. DAILY nd M.ui.ii MG-M's NEW' TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL! TROPICAL SUITING 54 ins $3.19 TROPICAL SUITING 56 ins $5.16, WOOLLEN SUITING 56 ins S9.38 WOOLLEN GABERDINE $11,24 -MEN'S FELT HATS $2.40. 4.12 BOYS' FELT HATS $2.21. 2.35 6.72, 678. 7.41 WILSON 8.12 T.R. EVANS IA WHITFIEI.Ur. DIAL 4606 YOUR SHOE ST0RC DIAL 4220 IKll.l.'S H|.-..t..|i, SAVE THE SURFACE AND SAVE S IS H> mr li.llv SMrifrf mlh . Illr.ll CLASS PRODUCTS PAINTS Inlarior and Exterior DISTEMPERS ENAMELS VARNISHES WHITE LEAD & ZINC LINSEED OIL BRUSHES a lr SEND IS Vl UK ORI1KKS mi II tun AIMIS ro-oi'KRATivt: I'OTTOX FA'TORY I.TII. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 M-G-M pacscirs elXNE POWELL t *. %  W A PETER LAWFOrTD SARAH CHURCHILL -K?E|ANWYNN "ee the ewiting, exotic "Haiti" numbfr* Hear the riotous "You Know. I've Been A Liar AH My Life!" Thrill^ to love songs at midnight!


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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note: On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note: Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 17931718
lccn - sn 88063345
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: UF00098964:02621
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Preceded by: Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

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PEACE:
^rur.il Ridgway hat
ot rt plied to Red offer
\\ til:
i Hied troopi concentrate
fire on two Red held hills
ft k.'If VI 4 'tttlee discusses oiT^Viain
T *25515i_- with Drake at Cabinet talk*.
Attlee Summons
I JVAlfcJ ;t r(p|ied to Red offfr SJSSI fir. on two Red held hill. *'H'T1'*LV with Drake at Cabinet talk, ^ I. llt^ OUllflUUlig
Ridgway Will Say 'Yes' To Red Offer ^*?
Britain Welcomes Chinese Acceptance
Cabinet To Decide
Britain's Attitude
LONDON, July 2
'THE BRITISH CABINET met at Number 10,
Downing Street to consider the Communist,
leader's reply to General Matthew Ridjnvay's pro
posais for an armlBtiea in Korea
Foreign Becratar? Herbert Morrison reported
the Red reply as broadcast by Peking radio yester
day, and official sources said the Cabinet would
decide Britain's attitude to the next step to be
taken.
.
General Matthew B. R
1 xpeeled I
:vplv" ;< the Communi
proposlnn Korean <-eas.
in the K
Jub in
n lold the
it.- thi>uRhl n
K io kndufai h to
I
would raw .'i' "
oners.
The tab men! lo t!
weleori In Chin m

i.....b i
t

.,: thi ' i :
munurtg In opening Uu
Radio Peking early Tue"ria>
.,.. editorial In I'
ivii at OaDi Wei
ihe boaillne Flgl I
Jill
(ire is only the
of Ihe
Korean qui
The editorial rep.
daj ' Comn unl < repl) lo Gen-
eral lUdgwa) '
said if the United 9tal and other
Allied Go
negotiations, and
proix-il> fuiiill their obligation*,
this negotiation will Nvf been
Vie Ilrsi ten toward Korean set-
tlement ai important
..,, Korean
problem.
Thn Dattj Keen Korea
China ind th - I w
desired u peaceful aattli
"our Datt i fToilH een
I this aim."
With General Ridgway expected
to accept the Communists' bid for
truce talks in Korea within fee
hours, the United Nations are
prepared on Monday night to ill
barl, until ihe military phase of
is completed,
\ mid be learned, the
United Nat lacri
Bund wal taking no dire
ihe military talks foi Korean
It WM known. hof'rr
that mwl diplimi.it> hoped Rid-
Marshall
Warns U.S.
Asks For *8.:>00m
WASH -
-.. .
I
letdown m im
i enre in Korea

i
.
:
i i may ha bum
"Li
tativa, a
wh .i might
anr light n
i -nd the United
innot jfcree 01 1
He pledged with the committee
on an $8,500,000,000 Foreign Arms
and Economic Aid programme ao
that there "should be no doubt in
ihe world's mind we are deter-
mined to stand up and resist."
Marsh 111 that the
United States should not bgcorflg
to .1 trar on Ilia OWft-
>' V liliii:.
,1 .
Dcroocr.it representative E. Kelly
nboul the advisability of sending
beav) arms to Yugoslavi.i.
he had read various
roporta in the press that Vugos-
ld ba taken over bj
mall arma which guerilla (oroai
WOUld bi
from tin- Unite State
ha would prafn
not io dii
nation m the M
Involved "very mtrn M
1 I'.
Allder" Not Ready "
tending to change
political alleglai
Only 6 U.S.Divisions
a*
For European Arm)
SOUTHWICK, Washington, July 2.
JJEFENCE SECRETARY George Marshall
levelled on Monday that the United States
North Atlantic pact partners expect to have 5,000,
000 men on guard against possible Communist
ai:i;ression by 1054. He made this disclosure in tcs
tunoay before the House Armed Services Commit
l^e 'n which he re emphasised that the United
Suites has no present ulans to send more than nix
divisions to Europe unless a general war should
',reak out.
THE PICTUKHSQUK "OmUIMB I foi the
Propagation of thi" On.pi'l SIM mission wlu.li mini for B.<*ton,
O.SJV 2rt yearn mo, arrived at her moorum .1. I H Parllainrnt till* week. Th* veiwel. win in the otlflliali
will be oleaaetl and coniml-loiii-il by Uu Anli'iljiou of Canterbury.
TUe tom.I In to be lined to "bow reHtlval of Britain visitor* the wort
of the mi-Moii*. net meat* am 70 let. above the HUil
Ask Recall Of
3 U.S. Citizens
r rotn 11 u tiL-ti ry
. i .
-I Monday
soalj three
: I |
i .. ., ... bad thi

Lion a

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<
.;..,.
ml
(.. trial
i Una -ii"
. ii but tald thai
i oved n>-'i "ii"
n|. oytet ol lha Unit* d Btati
naat LagaUon, Ignoring the

I in behalf
i-f tdm i *
DO for

. i Europe have tripled
n
R io war
A

m 'tir Not

thai '.<>\ -
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i -i othei
inemberi
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Minds Made Up To Shut
Down Oil Operations
LONDON, July 2
JIRIME MINISTER CLEMENT ATTLEE in an
unprecedented move on Monday summoned
Eric Drake, General Manager of the Anglo Iranian
Oil Company, to a Cabinet meeting with military
Chiefs of Staff 01flcial said the course was set to
close down operations in Iran
Drake, who arrived from Basra at the week
end, reported to the Cabinet on his recent expert
ence in Iran and outlined the physical difficulties
and danger to life and property that might arise
from the closing of the Abadan Refinery.
i I".......i ahtplwrd. Beit
Ira ,n Trln'l,.!! Ul ., 1,1" M
| ||wt teMUni
pravaui in U
in ii-ow BnUtJ
i v.u-u.itiini mlflhl n'"iilt in n
i lo.
U.\. GUNS BLAST

i p
(.rain Shan's
way (-..Hid Mirc-a-rd In irlli ijr llif- AM u -. MCI' i .1.. ,, membe
talks sUrlcd sooner than Hie elihl for SI. John, ntd
0 On pur 1
Reds Prepare For
Action In Austria
Reviving The Purge
vir \\A. .!,,:. 2
Austriii's 200.000 Communist.s Who i months gftve Dm Imprion of idling, havi red Iheii
pnrtv apparatus to extraordinary activity.
A "
iring their
I

\t a 0 i
Extras100
Total102
Lom>
A cricket match >uch ns
the West Indies can IWV.
hope !o wennd nevi
: ee1
Bosnni BX. be-
tween two team of ft
of briljin visitors fron
mark and Holland. liOtH Ol
ihe vlatba i i play-
ed cricket before.
cored two runs and
,,!l on:
'or 102. Nine Dutch bats-
men were bowled b> n
K I.".
\vliii .ii'iunned the match and
i, One
member of the Dutch team
hurt.
Hi Jaeger himseii kni ck-
ed up 97 noi out in his side's
total Of 154 i ii two V
hurt and ?exerk.l balls had
bean lost. Tho rest 'if the
side inspected the WriCfcet
nnd de
and limit
k I
-BIT
SIXTEEN JAPS IN U.S.
WASHINGTriN, July 2.
Sixteen mem! -
:.' ted Sei
'.
Aisuke Okamoto.
l r.
RED POSITIONS GoUpCtaMarl
They
[ht

anmunlal oapttal*
loyed bj .1
.ncnmul-
I
the 1 ka of these
Communi
. 1 an lux-
.
Bail UcalH<
roQowii
if TltO*

thr.'unh 11

In W II 'icle the
i
Communist the former
I
Soviet ' Midship ..,
ttta for Amcrkiin
vh inlellisence and of
i.'-niiK".
Government offtclali, M
Commun-
ists made dcUil<
- es and paralyse


.
In many
signed to party memt-
-l l'
EAST CKNTHAl FK< >>:T K
Allied air and arttllerj power im
itrategic Communist-occupi''(l mountain top
iationj lino.
'Hit* hill maaaa from which lha Hv<\<. hjn
: continuoua mortar and arl
Allied positiona were blasted In early mornii
and full-scale arlillcry barrage. An offlet 1 .
have not yet a full report on the full dai
we certainly clobbered iw hill."
ports Indicated that
Another Year
For World
Sugar Pad
I'iNli. .
Til. lr,-.
I
,
rial Suaai
rW dui U
axpire on Aueuat In

I r
London
t .. ,
"The Council adopt)
1
1 the 1
j -rdiMX .'( 199] I
:
'I
....
\. . Proi rol

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United Stat<
HiKh Commlai

7.18 |.m. lo-duy boui.it
kfurl Ai
of his atari
1
tayed in I
days and lunched
' 1
prior to taking off In a I
r 1
Airport orriciaU laid
'
(lermany With
( t ittera.' '' r
Bar!
number of moitiir and machine-
1 ernplaoamenti on heavll)
;xled hejRhU wen
Ring Allied attaeap,
ihe iioni ten
tinned Natto roamaal
M Land, 1 ootacUng no Red

Communlat mortar and
be daereaaed iharpl) 0*1
in- fitnit Orily 3.> roui
eportad to-das eon ired with the
usual ion to 200 rounda daiij trt
the paai 1
United Nations and Coanmunlll
patrols probed and Had
Korean front u
tn take or hold moal a*
,.. 1. g r .. 1 . ,eaaaflri
the battle line
AI 11 pin. TO
. 1
had net yet annwcred the Jataat
:he Kac-
. along the 38'I.
' n. in nnd l*t
I I'


I
thai on


\
eij(liu io ten hind
1


Exchange


Ko
nunuH
loratlc
|i .in i-ilnt.
I* P
\UC\o\ Flits Back
To 4st*rmaiiv
MONTREAL, July 2

.
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Council
Australian*
Goitfg To Japan

M< tatemi
ml Ail...1
I Cay.
I
1.Milt with


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u will be

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Dew&y Gobs On
Orient I isii
S.\N FltANI 1SC1I. July 2
i I. lli-.H

i orient *'
1^.3(1 p.m KlilV ..I, M p
'... ked in- had
i illy gnd ii i ould be
to repali Ihen alrflaldj
i
to Irt-llevi-
. aril !.: i ..i hi. .1 \.t.
id vent i
i ti iii
'.i lined lo in lleva tin
'i
!
.1 Will flown II:
1*1"
I OmilSMOM II
. [rani i
ii ii...' \. iini'ii n
ant that II I........tent.
appeal to ttw
. .., j U .
.

\miil Danger
\ Qovarnmant offtel
mai islnf tin- gltual
.,|i w have -ii
fuithrr chotea udm Iran reviaa
hi i pill" ) IVa ghall i""- deen
i in Iran gradually am
. reflnerlag will coma lo
rtlj Wi grg a iti.....vln
tonnel froni th
iMeldi I an
< then in Abadan."
A.- arani to i
Ihe poi foi ai

ii ird lha Milne?> and
n parabla 'i ti
valuabla inttaHitionai veeaourea
could ba nn compromlN
n Ua proaanl fonnula of Iranians
l,- captatng Of tankers to
i." deelareUoee th..t uia at! they
. lir.iperty uf iihIkiiihIisi'41
j cornpeny. But It was said
nother formula might pavr the
i g) [hi legumptlon ul loadinK of
oil from Abadan
Unoonflnned reporti from
rial ild hii'^.n
i Pah pa i gg ol ine
Aj (Io ii ..ii.hi Oil Company would
.in. evacuation ot the Brltlali
'tafT a repoci geld ihe
P kl '.ii .1. uu < onsultatlva
i -n! ., I. I'.'!
in* Iranian NaUoi.....
.r ,..(ri, temporary bog
i in ai
'-f lh Anglo Ir.tn'-.n
on Company could not
itionaliaad
' ' .....
Indian and Pakl tani
MM and 1.700
fj r
"('uuiion" Needed

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tMl In Ol
I I
Hriluin's Sugar
Mav Be Cul
LONDON.
HrM.m- |.,|,| u i
u|ipl. nn.in luvr U be i iii
iin- vrar. ".nii.i ihe Karl of
UgeeweL r,r-,.,......,,
SprreUry |g ,, Ministry at
t : I. Illtllll- |, ,l,l:i.. ill III,
"'""* of I ..r.i, ||p u ,- re-
lil tin I.. 4ii appeal from
Lord llawkr. !,.. \.,\ thjl
Ihe liiiv rriimiiii rlislirr XUaX
the gage* ii .mis.-, jlluwed
hi liuiiiew Iips thU mmnirr
fr lam-m.klug should get-
uall> be u-..,i lor Jam.
Lord l.istuurl polnlrd nut
lhe.1 Hi. (iovernmenl la at
prevent only Just able to
... .mi in, it,, ,,.., i.-s. j or
Jlloeallomt Mr rxoUined
Hut there U no ua> of guar-
anteeing thai houseM-|%e
Mill ue tlirlr nn. mhI.ii:.
"aeaaeaa" for jam.
Lord lUwkr said llial Ihe
"bunusrs" ihould he lisued
at Ihe peak of Ihe fruit oea-
oun. Nugar Isaued for Ihls
purpose In small amount*,
every moiilh Boes Inlo ordin-
ary use. he said, while fruit
kiip- to waate because house-
wivea have no oagar to pre-
aarve U. Al present, be
added, the BrlHsT. people are
pulling Ihelr sugar Into in-
numerable ii,.- of tea in
order Io gel tome energy.
B.f.P.
C.D.C. CONTROLLER
CHANGES JOBS
LONDON.

ho Bee lu-tt has been
''""..... ol Operatsoni m the
Devalopsnent Corpora -
.....'. has i-m appointed i
atari lo Mi WilUam Herod, than -
* of the Daaanca i'nHiuction
Ihwid or lha North Atlanta
Treaty Organization, it is an*
ineed in London I'.P.
Final Stages Of
Black 1*301 Near
But Molliinff Signal }>/
to. ,. LONDON.
I In-1.mil ItagMof Uu- neiiotiiitmns Ix'twcvn Brilnin and
( ..In. lor Kgar-Uld-cigar Igratment am apprnachinK.
l(.-|i.,il. M.i,in,: l.iinil.in fmm Havana sav lh.il II,-
' "''-1" .'il'ini-l l.i.s approve"! III., pri'liminarv drall ol tli.
1 i" ......I'linnnl which pmvi'lif, for lhi> pttrctllM I,
. .i 1,800,000 ions ol Cul..... ........ :, MX| thrn
ndaboul E 180,000 worth or Cuban cmini in 19
i ...Mi.'.-r MALOMB, leavine
the LeflelaUve '
I.', i|H,iiiiia "
. viim ririi, In nry
Spanish Air Chief Visits America
It. I HH \KI) 1ILPI RV
WAS'
I
day on the tomb of Uw




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' . w.iv for the
I lOtlal.....| l.i-Cwev,i Hrlf.in
i Cuba, whleh may i<>Hd u. the
ignlng of th .., n
'it nothinu nag yet been signed
long on ihls ngrt-nneni
: i V.
London on Cana-
p ohtenta, although
ion of similar ugree*
tnt between Cuba and Canada
' I thi- factors thut pte-
|he sending "f the Wi
nen trade delegation to Loralon.
it ig Tcii.ihiy laamad thai
big changei in th, ;
anl have been made
the ojueal oatna
the i. a 'ci
guaj The b .1
glmoet certainly
tad from the preaaiira

grnment by West Indies
and other interests.
I. II. nlil WiImiii v... p .
fii ..f the Board ialk.s with <
nitiiiteti
1 j the oontenta of the
. n 1 nt Mr. Wilson
Igna ( .nn,. tlin and.
niii ugh his lealgiieHim ae >. on
dtffei ml ihoi*.', it is be-
n thlg pri/
rtportunity to modify
'
1
ughout, he waver,
reetnent
. bj Waal indiets
!!.- ; i'i
(>uy all
1 tta w.-vi [ndtea can


Cuba Csattpsiffis
\.;air.s| Snpir Vtl
HAVANA
The Cubnr Workers' Federa-
tion hat *innounced th( it will
paab ih aupporl of the us.
trade union movement in Cllba*i
liimpalgn against the proposed
I' S Sugar Act. now pvndinv
before 'ne U.S. Congress.
The Federation said it WOUM
and a te.....- itton '*> tin
United Btaf to ga U g
i.f tin A'-if! Ki .
labour, the Congress of mdus-
uial organisations and the United
Wi ikers for the Cuban
teu 1
Tin- propoaad BUI woul I
by 270.000 tons the quantity Ol
sugar the United Suites pur-
1 1 .In 1.it'll yt-Ji
while inrreasinc the quotas
glloited t' Peru .ind ih<> r>omin-
h tn Repubttc B.c.r.
B.C. STRENGTHENS
BORDER GUARDS
GEORGETOWN. BO.
A series of police stations is
<
iii Quasi


111st
igglingj
In George-1
pei lodiraT
.- in
Ireroc area to buy diamonds
distribute Communist propaga
AM


PACK TWO
IIAKII.MHis VDllil Ml
H I SDAY, JULY :i. IW1
fiaJub Qcdlinq
B.B.C. Radio
Profffamme
?ssr-t;-t's+'w*'*ss***'ssss*'s.
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ii ita>Ai
r.U.a* MM am
RapOTI Imii, Bl
I tw -I am II Wl M
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M.B *IS pn Wi .- A***,,!'
m*
:**-' "" stat m
Elizabeth Taylor comes
baek-with E. T. H.' still
on her cases
1. l omie i III \ I IS I
Mi l)\t | & Ul J'M A tunhiiulnr
ALAN I.ADD in
The I iii" th.'l U Hi- I.ilk ol Town
"SILLY llll \.\ 1111.1 *
"V '* N ><1 -, f, IB DKI
m. Htwt
W nbMsn. LH p rnnn tha
*rt.,M.I mmc s.
Sat*
i. IS IS |. n.
1 Brllan I* 4.'. p Hi.
lot the Si
D'
SCOTT .. .
I by the Lady Rodney
lor New York He will Spend i*.,
mcnths in the C SA. and will
take a lummn course at the New
York University Poat
Hospital.
Three Month*
Summer Holiday,.
:
AlIPIVINt; (i
** S"V t on' tap Ol snia'll
Vee*sauela n to B -via ,.... Mr. 'I
son of Mr. anil Mis II N
RroodMock' Bp oth r"a Hill
daugh<
[RS. AI.KRED C. SAMAKOO "'Sj"*?? !*slfti '" "' I"
and Mrs H. A Mall
\'n aragi i- im
nd Mr Ai
Mr. and Mrs. W B Carrington '!
.I i
I
Wilma" is attache,! to the elen- h^*ff:
ml department uf tin- U-neral
Pust Office in Georgetown.
MR
of B G ami hei t .<,
t*rs Joyce Bad Wibna are at pre-
sent in Barbados on holiday. They
axMrl to be here for thn
and ore staving a!
w (thing
LISTENER S1M>T
CAPETOWN
A man was to enraged to li -
ovar that | neighbour had been
listening in to his party-line tafle*
ihi.ne call that h shot him. When
the cnller realised someone was
I Waning In, the men exchanged
harsh words and arranged to
m-et down the road and have it
out''. Result: murder
A LUCKY SHOT
DAB-SALAAM
A 55-yesr-old Major has Deen
: (dentally cured of savere men-
mall notice which says. "When" ' ^P""10" to* *"?"%.
unlw our home.1 thmugJ. the head with a 3H ,hH
- | small pointing Ol The major. In a fit of depres-
n a basket above the * one night, pointed his iwvol-
ver at his right temple and Bred
putnonajr The bullet acted Hke i brato-
UH surgeon's knife performing tl
For The S.P.C.A.
Thk telephones ..i T. i< Kv
..mi its branch stores Whit-

them.
blue cross painted
, the phoi
OU pn.
iwo puppies
The |
In tli

Will Study Hansard
in .r.i.- .'
R i md hi i
!...
M H
M' niiift Col-
R.DARNLEY JORDAN. r;ov- ,..
.inmeni Stenographer ..t fim(i t W..!<
Tnnidad. u now on his way to insj medirlns and hai Anlsned hi
the United Kingdom on the Gas- third y< Ha hi
iana> us..
He has lx*n awarded a Study Artluu I *r z*
in England and will M .. Said Mrs.
He
i-,i ih ra)
M"
, Md m tins Mandard oven
. the S.l'.r A Of rleprcssion.
. boxea went Into UH ye pletely cured.
TV VKKsrs CRIME
_, WASHINGTON
Duney In bnf land -rv u now twrng use.1 to catch
ANY successful men hsve cr)minals. Recently u man StO
rled thall BOW t" Mil M In the black mar-
M om kit a poUeanun itoppad htm ano
..f them. His sfUe, Lillian, was his he shot and killed the |'
' icrctary when he mar- That night a statton telrca
phntoi;raph of a lorry stolen by
wntn she ,n0 man lu carry off Ihe row. POtWC
allached to Ihe Spe..ki-i depart- nTentfneerii II. '", In EnfUnd t>] the Queen Uopc someone will know the
i the House of Commons returning to England in early Mar>: I gave up helping him in driver,
paration of septeii.bei. TrevOl rei in rk :'' years ago We
on until the esful
then, .in* w iv."
Intranttt Next Week Walt Disney Is In England fo
TRINIDAD'S Carnival Queen i tOmlnt -t Denham of
Gordi
111
He will *tudv th
Hansard. His cou
him to Improve the pn
of Trtnldad'a Hansard.
Short Transfer
MR. ST CLAIR BUTCHER o<
Meaars. McEnearnc)- and
Co Ltd.. left on Sumi.. b)
H.W.I.A. for Trinidad on a short
transfer to the Trinidad
McEnearney's.
Transferred
MR. M. M. KHUPANA. BUs.. -(, CHARLES PIER) I
LL.B Second Secretary io 1V1 waa ln Trinidad I
the Office of the Indian Conunla* ->r the Trinidad race i
siontr for the Government of turned on Bundaj bj B.WJ.A
India to the British West Indies on,,, pasngai
buslnaai
CROSSWORD
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AQl'ATM' t LI H (l.\EMA |Mmb.On!,)
MADNESS
OF THE HEART
.Til!
1.1-n a\"Fra>i
vatinkt araMraajMi ?>
AIDNBiUAV -nd TMURHDAV NIC.HT
IPPXIAL MATIN-BE SATUW>A\ WOMM) .
ANN BLVTH HOWARD DLTF
in RED CANYON
JANETTA DRESS SHOP
Upstairs Over Newsam. Lower Broad St.
nl :i* $%9tm a
U | mil
log I
v next vs
Week-end
m\:
t to I
through
I .<|v N.-'-.mi lu
Arriv.tls
H.....i
only to-
itl hlng my daugh-
' Daughters Diane ll")
|
Back From St. Vincent
Miss DORA IMHKHSON. AaV
on Beelal Welfare te
r ii and w arbo vag m si
\ ii i.lvismi;
oniing in b> tiie Vii.eenti nis on the organiaation
plane nv Mr A I "' HonW
turned iiagtanlij by i* < Air-
lnii.iiii other passengers arriving
B.W.I.A. Hotteit ,,v lh'' *mm' p|j"* ^"^ '
It. ANDMKS OUY DRVAUX !;" 'l, "h'f Jftji
and n,e daugl M viuobul
i sine* J.UU- 6th ralurned to Incidental Intelligence
Milan. Italy to attend the Second Trinidad over the waek-end by [JOLLYWOOD is the pUct
World Congress ol the lntern;i- n W I A * *** the kids call thalr
Iional Omfaddraj 0n o. rh r, I Mi i>e\..ux tf new raUred from parents bj theli llnri namaa u
Unionson Julv4. Mr. G. H. A.laim the Ho.al Hank ..I < I I remi-mln-r them
ii also expected to attend this ot-8pafa "MiiBgie" Is B.W.I.A
meeting. hi steal
i bean Cransierred lo Slngar
i similar post
Trade Union Congress
ALBERT PUCKER IN
r.eneril !?ecretnry of lh|
Hallways Transport Workers
Union ond Station Master of
Todds Road, Trinidad, leaver fu
MRCo,
HI
M'!
Lax k-haired, blue-eyed actress day. was held up by a strike of
ElRabelh Taylorthe girl who Pan-American Airways pilots.
bet
thrice engaged, married at 18. switched to BOAC for the last lap.
'reed al 19has come back to "And we have bad about eight
I town
hours sleep in Ihe lasl 72
On marriage she had nothing
more to say 'I don't think I am a
good person to give anyone
Hunte
ihiirh
L.E.J*.
Arro*a
1. Although the nsit sod ihe sIck
ma* lift be vurspiured Dipt "
onea carried aws* b it. <
B. Ou whlcb sou am* reir lor s
chsnit (4 i
10. i tk* Stanley place in
Msrmion" cshoriMUHi. (Si
11. Pri>Dabl> where Ui nut lies. (?)
p. Shoe marser ot art*. Ul
in. Paiiiku* ruloured domino. (SI
Si Named Irom t:..
H* vapour. 161
r*. imp]i-rtitut to ioor at. ana ii
M. Un u ju uaplrsasnt loo*. ll
ftf, AgP. 13)
W. TTits cap la aoidlerlr. 1=1
O-iea
1. gllver-UKa meUI, HI
3- Thr gloomy lablea. IB*
3. Duw luaa ot doujih do rhU to I
baKir I i&| 4. Solo c!iaui. 14
a. Dye. ''
6. a mili'r to Dots in the ri*<-
gsuga i'i 7- Lesd II
Of her broken marriage of less
than a year, she said ; "I think it
is instinct for a woman to like
marriage. I think I shall marry ^,ny advice.'
I don't know when."
But she had a warning for the
It as just a year ago that she hotel. "There'll be broken win-
m'.o the Savoy on her clows, shattered lamps, and great
hcnevMoon as the bride of Nick holes in the floorPeggy is golnn
Hilton. *on of the U.S. millionaire to '.each me to play golf.
hotel osraar. They had a ground-
floor suite filled with flowers. "She has a handicap of one. And
f, nit and sn L E S.
i goddess of de*W-:
and uiatda v to a Oee. THK WAY
by Beachcomber
M
fORE ili-n :v.iM0.3i' paqpss <-f sight teetai Intarferc rU
.vim have been unable >tiing.....Wl,
And "Rujo MUoti Mattel Bpv" It?" said the .....
in this connnn. In salts .' ihs know," rapUed Suet despondently.
announcement lasl week, have "Are yosj the Bubbleblowlng
j-ung me up to compluln. !. "' asked Ihs rol< v.
The Mlnistri "Ol
It .nliin-lleTiTLi.ld toll
The explanation is hhat the that Ramsgate can't
stop was so close to the truth. taiion fruit until ha
and the names so slightly dis- now l-Ui, mid will yo
gUlSed, that the lust in .t.ilir.n' |M
un Saturday had to bo prlnled in off ln sh invisible ink. To-day's msUilioent -
"ill be found in coda on the back
jiaKe. Tonioirow's will tell how
Jack Felt i grew, blinded bv his
love for Maivia Trevnnion, fell
down a manhole in Threadneedle-
stieet and found hinisvlf in
.avein filled wiwi masked
lockers
ltum*fitit>- I- Still PratHm*
SUET rang up the oddttas wfl
l>i Ml- B.mton-Del
about this ferret Ramignte." he
said. "D'you want ii> speuk to if"
iiskcil a saucy voice. "Donl be
* said SiR-t "Is Mi
Banlon-betmold then"' "Ho He'
out prottuig with 1'
"With a bell, a (lag.
per," said Suet. "I'vi
all about it." "That's right." said
Ihe vote eagerly, "the IBOppOf i-
a new oiu- from C.ngnold and
Harmaii." "I'm so ghsd.'' aid But I
sarcastiealU, "but doesnt the leg
'hiking ll I'ahnly
IN M gjgUi I1. ..
M Ro rnother
hen old
if the
Mnlhuish. va, ti>ld that
tun daughtei would not be back
H she had gone |o the
moon, she said: "Emaia was
' home tvp.> SVie
went to Wantage on her own
a tvan Tag latg
Mr. Mnlhuish eaflad her Rover,
trip to Boulogne "
njc
Rupert and Simon22
I I. IVUf .if Ml
lion. 141
a Parent, unleaaed
111. Unused. <4i
ML Only on* or mai
31. Maybe the ace.
Solution M .>i#ol puna Straw
1. Oraailoa; S. Iiur-i. rv i.ttd-
WnlfJU. IS Taint. .1 I.u. I > l>
V rj.mln.u Ai'-iu' .. Oil.'
RfaWSSW 7. OrinuM,
Ll. aw'.tn. 1'. ..i,
Kecently she ehei-ked into the
Savoy again Her grey suitcases
.- il had ihe InlUebj E T 11
This time it was a seventh
tluor suite, shared with secretary
t'einrv Hulledge. There was a lin-
glc bunch of red roses in the bed-
\li-s Tayloi woie a blue and
white silk dress, light moleskin
pearl ear-rings, two pagrl
.1 gold link bracelet with
1 1 ustophcr. and a diamond
, ng on the third tlngcr of her lelt
h uidone she had bought ioi
herself.
'| have seen Nick, of course,"
We live 111 the same
town* We had lunch together once
v. ire mat friends."
Mi TaytOI expect > to l>e m
Kngland fot two or three months
to play the part "' Rat* ca
i n version Ol Ivanhoe with
Robert Tayjor.
She left Hollywood on Satui-
DRESSES
EVENING (iOWNS
COCKTAIL OOWNS
Jh>I arrived: Only a few superior quality Cotton
Dresses uid Heath Dresses of permanent tinisti
ebinti
SJIM & S24.9S
p
I.
A
z
A
I RKO KjkH'i prsaruu
I THE MAN O^ Tf[ EIFFEL TOWER
Cli.fl* l-Mfi iarn Al-i l^nn ILKIIOI ITON ri.iiiiKii TONE nmi \ SHIM KISi AIT MM
W.d 8, Ttiur- lof **i and 1.10 p.n thnxi* HAI-T gam N 1 r*orrs*io\ cl*\ rn.i pi Hi VgJJAMt 1 \i 1 1 Tit.< noi 1 111 \ \ Mi 11 PAH
B
Ft
I
D
G
E
T
0
W
N
NO CONSTIPATION
FOR 25 YEARS
"My husband introduced me to
ALLBKAN shortly after we were
married. 1 use it in my cooking as
well as for break*
faat. The result:
we're regular aa
clockwork!" Mra.
Antonina Cranano.
453 Garfield Ave..
Jersey City. N. X
rase of many unsth
liciUa Uuera (mm
ALL-BRAN uBtrs.
If you. suffer from eoostipat
to lack of dietary bulk.
ounce (about ^ cup) of cnapy
KeUogg'* ALL-BKAN daily, drink
plenty of water. If not satisfied
after 10 days,, return etnpty bos
to k,lions Co of Gnat Bnt.,". Ltd..
Mar.cbs.lsr, EnsUsrf._
!;.: DOUBLS TOUB'MONEY BACgl
PLAZA
OISTIN
Dial 8104
I SRI MIMM
SoatU Han. i.aid Si-tnal 'The Ti#amian' -. Urtr-r H +
.' i Ttii.r. M.I 1 minaci:-
(.111 11
TIIE OARDEN ST. JAMES
i rows isr roassr ana
i n*ir. tiii: ri.a-i i Asn
mi: onu."
Color I.- Tii-hnwoloT
EMPIRE
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ihm. Vcu pt
han soursel ?
" l-wtti'
i -
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TilllaHMl JILV l!lh. 8.30 l-.M.
MADAM WILL Presents
STARBUDS OF 1951
\ i..n Slaae Show will* Humourous .-ktlrhes
t'nd.'i the pat.onage of
n V C GALE. M l.t \ M K. Ii MOTTI.FY. M f P
The ( HRIST ( lit RC II BAM VtlLr'AKi: LBAQUC CUNIC
mi Ml in the Model
C. B. Caunt Browne .ml Irrrheslr*
Box A Orchestra loadl *1 < BaSJM It: Rsleain <-
11
I
ii
gggsj vftii*;
CIIARLW
CHAPLIN
I It HI IKS
Tills ll "EEM
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no AY
SfVllS DOOIWAY"
OLYMPIC
I Frrol rivnn in
THAT FOIIiYTI' WOM4N"
- SUCK iWtN -
Pmi.r & Mm
"THAT MIDNIGHT KISS"
VSS.V.'.V.-SSS.'S.V*VVSA-S/'.'.VS.VS.-.-s.-.-.-.-s.-s,VSS*A
C.LOBE
OPENING FRIDAY IN RIOTOUS COLOUR
Wait till you see Fred Astaire dancing on the ceiling!
Just one of the many amazing numbers in
tin- r.l.oHE TMEATKF.
DAILY
nd M.ui.ii
MG-M's NEW'
TECHNICOLOR
MUSICAL!
TROPICAL SUITING 54 ins $3.19
TROPICAL SUITING 56 ins $5.16,
WOOLLEN SUITING 56 ins S9.38
WOOLLEN GABERDINE $11,24
-MEN'S FELT HATS $2.40. 4.12
BOYS' FELT HATS $2.21. 2.35
6.72, 678. 7.41
WILSON 8.12
T.R. EVANS ia WHITFIEI.Ur.
DIAL 4606
YOUR SHOE ST0RC
DIAL 4220
IKll.l.'S H|.-..t..|i,
SAVE THE SURFACE AND SAVE
S IS
H> mr li.llv SMrifrf mlh . .
Illr.ll CLASS PRODUCTS
PAINTS Inlarior and Exterior
DISTEMPERS
ENAMELS
VARNISHES
WHITE LEAD & ZINC
LINSEED OIL
BRUSHES
a
lr SEND IS Vl UK ORI1KKS
mi ii tunaimis ro-oi'KRATivt:
I'OTTOX FA'TORY I.TII.
Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039
M-G-M pacscirs
elXNE POWELL
' t *. .
W A
PETER LAWFOrTD
SARAH CHURCHILL-K?e|ANWYNN
"ee the ewiting, exotic "Haiti"
numbfr* Hear the riotous "You Know.
I've Been A Liar AH My Life!" Thrill^
to love songs at midnight!


TUESDAY. Jl'LY 3. 1SI
'. \iIII.\IHIS \IIM)l \Th
PAGE 'Iiikki.
Shark Hunting
SHARK huntine is a pursuit not normally connected
with British waters, hut that il can be done'around the
coasts of Britain i by Patrick O'Connor in a
B.B.C broad irt shark hunting sea-
son enjoyed around the Hebrides, those romantic islands
off Scotland's West coast where the hunters' object is the
Basking Shark.
-----------------------------------------------leiiRtti mid. cmpled with the grca'.
Housing ll.lriialrs i'*'W,i':
O Thrw shark* surface in (he
tl*rvi>U U,. W...., lUnch, Um rtratl ih.ii lies between
ShOUld HUM" aTeiT Um USS of Skye and the outer
r* w* c< a islands. Bankln* Shark* appear
KUV hstalC N'llf'IIlt' "round Britain but their
J m.nn concentration in amongst the
Mr. John L. Chapman. Exeru- EflfST.If^iJ'ZirtSSZ
,,., f___--.. ,k ,(,ri >n Aprti ana. *o fir as OTonnor
/^ "Hii ,mn*,^ulhor,t> \orlhwarrR dropping off little
..f St. VUcent returned home on li:, .,. Tnc Hivalw,
Sunday morning by 11C. Airway:, number come in May ..
after Miending tba Conference of wbt0 herring fatMrmen 11
housing experts of the Canbbean nama,.c Hone t their I
area- ;hark:i think nothing of barging
After the Conrereni-e. he vuuted hrough tWS or three net* :ii a
the Bay Estate Housing Scheme Mme In July seven-foot lont: baby
whlrh is being executed by the shark* bejpn to appear und from
Bridgetown Housing Board of that time onwards the nuniUr of
which Mr. T. O Lnshlev is the adults seen begins to di-i U
StSretar) * then shark hunter*, provided
they are nol frightened of long
"As an achievement. 1 gtva th- l.i> -uf work, have a large number
wheme pride of place among UM nf -lurk ceres* fasl alongside
Board's sctfvUMa In CO I or boats.
with the rehousing of the lower "| jVf r (}n|y"
income groups." he said. Sl)jrk, ;irr hunIrif for ,helr
It is very often the case that phenomenal livers, which Vretsk
people who are intunatelv con- jut under a ton, and render down
are in close contact with it. fall "he shark has other valuable con-
to acquire a sense of It* full value ?",uc,n,,s, u*>< bul as O'Connors
Only s.>m such txpleMdioa can tnand Harry used to cry with a
account fur delegates not having ^Jwdthirsiy yell whenever they
been invited to go and see the 'io'e,i * the kill. 'Its
llHeillll ..l the Bav Mate befOW *v' : "**' Those
mini* jnvwhere elw *'no E harking Deed a strong
.im.n..uncl. full description XS. t S" S toSuSSu
g.aphs. would have enriched the K(., h(,|(, , ,., t JJfjgj J^
dimnnenlalion of lhe < oularcnce .|m ,,,,....... ,,,,. , hnrpo01
He w. bm ..HWWlH .,., .. ,, shackles and
comminil y_,w nprUhl8 ~nu. r,11H, Tnfy mu5, ,,, j.,,.,
400 familiessv.lh Hie outward r, .
mamreslauoiw ot orsler. IIOTMaa, Inches In dmunfartlioa and cosl-
faction which comvs Mm Uvtnl lied upon to deal with only live
In one'* own home. 'harks before it Is done. O'Cou-
'If we could imaalnc a prolec- niira lioat a convi rtfd p\-
'..rt U 'iich srhemea into the dark Admiralty liarlxair-launch ami
places of these inlands, then ttte the harpoon-gun w.i- mounted In
futuie. In M Tar as the houslnc the boa H.
of the lower income group I fv islands, it showed a
mOMI oed. could be faced with n""1'' hcsdanl fin. sank, ramc up
..obei-oolimkui again and then vanished entirely.
s','ro1 That was part of the an.uish of
-_-^^^-^^^ tnrknii: Fins showed for . min-
ute and then disappeared l.,i .,i
indefinite iH-riotl. hut at other
times tin whole Bunch
cre.1 with fins.
Love l>ance
They had an example of
lhat once when a tin abowod
bgflBlB to loll aborU] aftor l!l (l,,n' ,lf them, risinit and
hnldtni: Up ahlp- ih*ln several times. They
in Um Hrbour. "J* '"ll "i< towards it and
tSeamship Tyra. the only steam- *"">, * "' '" 'he >P? foun"
hip in pott, had he, hatches COV- !"' .'or llic Inrcivn Oil
raheJudl here."-
Tourism Is Natural
Resource (If B'doi
Imporfanee (if
Trinidad (lil
Opemtion-s of the United Bri- Borne
tWi Oil fields of Trinidad, Lid., Otl not been
are .wing conducted HBtt M II piling up all tl I
My by the Local tfafl
man. Sir Robert Waley Cohen, tnt Williams. Read.
\ru Vsstirialioiis
For .<;. Catholics



..t which
of making arrange-
lent* for the Keruni
vlclMdllii
B J I
undertake um h
'.r jmpkq

rtiti arei <.*t*.
di cnthoMo Churehc
from the B
.'. .
ui acnifu. Uip '
Chanibei or ot li
LYacM i
1

I
Teaching nnd *t< *
h maj in' posail i.
Of thi* In Mag non-

itTengtmenta win t-e
i nga to i


t
We oell i
1
lo i'i 'i. then i-.
ptetel) to) .i to i it) ol
.-
,.,,,*. fc-.-.t--. ugarclr* COny Anil l,i emplo
l,.nd.i. bx..reM J3erY. ,..,...... N(>|
n t'. thoae wl i
unchnsHari oluU i
1
olutMn
fully tin
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CLEARANCE SALE
'mi! ire ifon'l .nimi
QiaWcoal Come
i


"
Rain Holds Up
Work On
Waterfront
told the annual KU
In Londo i b i on
he had in.me in
( ounl
Mv visU
nM once more," he added,
verv urent extent to vv lut i |h I '
land u* dspOBdanl upon th.
ire*, Thr-n
which can l>e tarried forward only ""orees.
.f the compsnli arn

hareoel arrived I
Bl i.i. 11 postal lay by th<
r loiaRfi Star. Tins hlnmenl <
i bit the shortage of char- R|[V"U/AV
.t i* befng sspeflsueed In iua*njwl
. 'tit )
i-und Mar ami berthed slengsMe in ins dn]
' : (iiiimiiiis(s
the Pwi f.
f ihem wented cfuu .* ,,r the r
many were flioniiiMiinted
Tom page I
i-ilhnjE anrwd n
ggoggel
u irnrn
Hrjiimiil lii-tlux Tl t>IM\
HH.t.lSI H\K(.\I\> t\IK III It Kill /N
/ U>/*' HI i/> ro-%K\/t
Many ilerrs reduced to haff the regular selling price.
Take advantage of these real savings.
DRESSES
Silk and Cottons in assorted sizes
Regular 82 I reduced to 9TJ.OO
| ART SILK SLIPS
Full length Jersey Slips
2 lor .WOO
I BATH SUITS
All Bathing Suits in stock reduced
1 to ss.ee
j: HAND BAGS
A large variety of better Handbags
S in assorted colours.
Sale Price SSeSS
Other Items at special reduced prices
PANTIES, BLOUSES. HOUSECOATS
and a lew more too numerous lo mention (or
waiil ol space
MODERN DRESS SHOPPE
': BKOAB .WAV/ J
II x
\ mi- -i Nauons w u.N.
I"vs I-.-....... i hero a.
(n| sod i I i
.
mtuation ''"" who ,'l,rr,e<1 ln'
R;
3 p
ping
suffieient i
nun twee are future
. ".eel


i teu) big thai during the
...... ;
vossels broughi
Oi i si I i "' '' * '",;

ered while her deck hands took
hnfter. Lighten Lying alongside
the Tyrm. with general cargo hod
to bo covered with canvan.
LongBhiiretiieii wore ntbl
'Id jackets to seep the rain off.
fare Ul re were ten or twent> D0-
BBM ot Ihem cruMiiK
i pairs. In what Harry
celled the LOVS Dance. Such was
their concentration that they look
II Of Hie boat but
ban um thno came lo shoot
He told the mooting <'
pnsQra sssislstirnUon work in Tniu-
ii- continued
dilute Involved in drilling these
difficult u -
paialive lnc
ha leil u lo ..
I I iiahi
rate ot ii iril
h..ii I...:
rder to ; '
I'n it >.

\'< i nintil apple
f.irm
Mi an*..
Inosre In
Iheli offi pla] In
..i> isllll
pood UOI-tH, Wit'-
Kdtb <"
bni th. dirn i
. (. the *u In
.,1 cow
The bland Mai
i packages of fresh dm 14 bag
of cocoar
wood
Lightermen, who were caught gt clOOS range, there was a terrlfflc
i ithi i Kit their way lo the ship or rommoUtm li ..iiit-l us though
the Careenage, took lhe "wetting" th.- hoat would DS upset and its
while manipulating their oars. ,.r0vv thrown Into ,t -.en thick with
Hawken, tally clerks aiul water- .sharks. The atrangeM thing WSJ
front workl rl Hempen d t" shelter thai although 11
a* the rain bout UCBlly sa the harpoonexl
of schooners wimii were unlosd- >'. torword none "f
nig cargo battened down the the others paid much attention.
hatches. Boms were working The crew got ten sharks from that
through the dnzrles. shoal in under a wei-k and never
As Sana aa the nln Shated the caught any others so easily, for
waterfront flrsi OUSy again. The shark hunting was a dnejOU
Tyra was back to work. l..;hte, K-'ne. When a fish had hcon har-
men were throwing on** of Ml- P^^
phate or aramonla on the
1 .
when ttiej-e is .1 great i i

range by
mrmtM-r of the
and1 ^hoon^^e'l^nding^S &*&* ^'^ rSj
fflt, Brewond and bag, of char- U &*%&&$.
Rof
ust's Noii-Suil
.lll.leillU'lll
whip off or the shark break away
Wnen he was close in he had to
be laeaoocd by the tall as. held
fart by the head, he twisted and
turned "It's a great game." con-
cluded O'Connor. "Next year we
tirojv.ie Liking one or two paying
guests. But they'll have to be
j repsred 'or a rough-house."
Security Systt'in
Ulther Fields of Fitl I VII
Sf, James, yesterday refused a
non-kuii doculon In a
brought against Clarence Otttens
of Richmond Clap, Bsglo Hall, r lir \ll*f lilt'I'r.ill I'.III
claiming $69.80 debt. The Judges Ur BWUITO1,,'"B
of the Asttatant Court of Appeal. ifiNlVifJ funa *tn
" In giving judgment (or Cittern i;,,h''r han M,d,,lc ^ast defence
the Judges reversed lhe decision ^tc",: H,"ls ltl to lewlt
of Petty Debt Judge Mr. S. II. trr,m th<1 Commonwealth Defence
Nurse who had given judgment Ministers- Conference here. In-
fer Fields. formed sources said on Saturday
The) soid that the Conference
Fields la a sliopk.cper In Flits (need up squarely to the fact ihn:
Village. He said Dull Olttena bor- ih.. Middle r-i-i oould not
rowed the money frt,m him while into a barrier against Commurnsl
Joseph PiggoU of the same district expansion withoul American help
was present. Olttena gave htm a or wiuiout the co-oporstlon ol tb<
receipt for the money and i mort- ^.^ countries
%5'JX*H , ,rf ,he problem, taev
lew "uy ssnlorntl
'11 is felt that letanl
using the niusi BBOdi
td i-trsi toehnlauea, may
provide Information which
assist In selecting further location. j, u1(
In the ti:' i afford us mi
a better appredetlen <>i Km " \ n\ would be nui
ted -tinctures Thl could be more
now been Merted on an oxperi- rapid Interchange,
mental basin, but it Is too early The more knowledge poopli
yet to snow whathor 11 nnU be I sw i i
successful. If it Is. il should leal would '* and th) greater would
to better ting of teal "' making use
attendant roductloo In risk and of I
nteisaouealy In earpondil m
- ered right thai nhudren -hould
Sir Robert reported that the
company's profit for 1950 WS
E210.574, after E7HO,t.ion bad been Comoen thai counti
appropriated to reserve The DOT- SSld, Wtt* Ami
responding SfUN fOi l'H' i '
125,241 after Ef.uO.0n0 bad been when it If considered that every
Hppvi.printed ti resei-ve. Value of gen
Oil sale* Increased from E6.540.00U the one
Ui ltf49 to E8..178.0O0 in 1950. due
i .
bangs* of method..
O trust thev could exploit their
l-ctter.
;
"A country may And th il
-. ... ... tan. go-vks
Dynamiting Fun
1

be
to make .
Ith the i '
-I "
S.D.A. MEMBERS DIG
CHURCH FOUNDATION
. Da; ft I
I (fan Ground, 81 Pa* i
rterted digging I foundation f..i
thelf ne* chin
i ,v jrssn the Adventurt
..-.
i
iti',1 N |j
I
and North Kon
iame tl I

pace pro
i1
rumn.niin
rue owing i'> the il egi of mUffsr. K
Observet


r.r
to some exUmt to the bOStl
ket conditions prevailing
1950
mamilinp Fish
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RARRADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY, JII.V 3. 1931
BARBADOS XtoWttE
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Needs m Vouiii
II4MMX4.
DUttiM. from
British Caribbean colonu met iti Barba-
dos to con il houainfi on
n rfK" i ind w recommtnd Id Um
tiuvcrnmonts what mi^hi be dOM t6 im-
prove the prMMl conditions.
From time to tune vis.'. I MtfolU
and others battfWMd In U'-
have reported on and criticised ihe general
tandard ol houi i
The 1939 Royal Commission attributed
the tU'i. i-.dicated by
a increasing illegitimacy rate, to bad
bousing,
This expression of opinion differs in no
way from those of responsible West Indi-
ans itu-niselvis. The problem had bMB
correctly diagnosed but the solution was
not MSjr. Vsi l>een tried
in vartooa colonVM but thost wort InoAoi
tive In so h tadim bousing was
concerned. In BOflV vi i nmenls
Undertook hoUSil I varying
merit. Individual bousing with long-term
nents or communal housing with per-
..! low rent'- has been tried in Barba-
nd Other COloalei Slum clearance as
an answer to housing ha Bind in
others,
The last and most popular method is
that adopted in the Leeward Islands.
The people of the Upwards, unable to
support building societies, fell on a plan
of self help.
In the lirst stages it meant that thOM
who wanted to build or repair hot
pooled their resource and each individual
helped Ihe other wlwr Ins turn came tu
build. Tin- eheme has developed how-
ever into something greater ; and now it
would appear that with the manufacture
of building material in one or two place*
in the area and the Idea ol self-help gen-
erally accepted the West Indian housing
problem can be solved.
But this idea of seU help must not be
limited to the actual physical assistance
lead could be given by
labour unions In the area, by encouraging
savings from workers' pay packets towards
housing funds. The contribution of small
Mils from tin ai ol mem-
bers would lead to accumulations to be
used for the repair, rent Of even the pur-
chase of houses. In Great Britain the
National Health Insurance Scheme which
preceded the new Health Scheme was
financed by contributions from workers
and employers Instead '< drawing all his
mall amount Wl
credited to the workei a:, his contribution
towards N HI. while the employer paid a
tly higher sum The paid up sub-
itloni were kepi In special stamp books
which were entered Up weekh St the same
time as the pay packet was issued. The
practice of making deductions from wages
for health or housing schemes pays divi-
dends. It makes the worker feel proud
that he is looking after himself and family:
it encourages thrill and saving: and it
lights Inflation. It is true that the Labour
Welfare Fund provides now for the build-
ing or repaii ol houses but the Labour
...,,. Fund can augment "self-help"
housing. Sell-help which originated with
contributions made by worker and em-
ployer would provide B primer for those
who needed funds from the Labour Wel-
[Bea Fund, or who were building houses
thrOUfh building SO
Thei, is no reason why trade unions and
other organisations could not assist in this
launching of a real scheme of self-help and
by so doing contribute greatly to solving
the problem of West Indian housing.
Governments in the islands stand or fall
on housing policy. The provision of homes
for the familj is policy that no political
par,, | i Employers of labour
will not put obstacles In" the way of a
scheme designed to promote output and in-
1 labour. Labour unions
ivbicl iys pressing foi In i
wagc an ought to support any
h rfl helps to keep down the nerd
for increased wages. No Items of a labour-
er1 ax se sheet are more Important than
( alth and food. A scheme which
made everv worker deduct at source a pro-
por,. lor housing
would effectively lower housing costs and
brim: down the cost of living. No Or/
ment action is necessary: only co-operation
between employer and employee.
Our Kr.nl* is Sa> :
Thtink*
To ti.< ''>'
We would like I medium io
thank all thouj members of the mercantile com-
munii
RICH School
.i -v 25lh
ara rstMuda Is > lo tra Pk kwkk
H e UWJI pounds
*"::.. Hi. retumtd
iv with
thorn '''"1,n Area.
i
Foster
nts for us and all those friends
made it possiiii<-
irage u- by Uw
In, Sir.
r i Jly.
j. a LYNCH.
YOUTH need not pt
rather frantic W

'oik id then infantile debutes Wo arc both one and man).
bout obscure Utopias, both a people following ihe Mine
It Is, ol count, w*-ll to press road to a joint future, and a net
m toward wmc Utopian ideal, of individuals following scattered
but with i.ng-nmae road* as our personal *ifl<. am*
ptaOff rS circumstance dictate. TM H
..ii end. final. | tnataiaCW
ii-i old for aotnc '>' who bail aval sMucalfoa in a Free Socarfs
mtia a chance b Hie quality of alert and af-
i li hkch to compromise are niallsm is cMontial
The younfc men and the younx niv **tfar} if be seeks to hasten n> p>o.| eili/rnshlp. and the Bond
' out fn.ir, *-h<" '' loduUdiis In wldoranglni ol individual)
' formulata i narsys mat are roralgn fc paaataart m outlook
wt of general principle* l*v wrdsii Ncxl ,f> ,r*'n< .irmselves while
inc. Only the* if !h*' 'ul1t "' "' ''V'1" '" *" " a/ulinf U subocdinate their
^j^s^ ffi yeor autunsi Thc Good u'e
* '- 5......an,*, c, :; t&JttiSSrta.Zi
That living democraucat^s tbe ST&t^ft""S ^V^VZI^
most samfyinc form of soeM* abundant Maute, but bis)
UM alojry Of great men j|ff Canada, and many other
With much MM lime than mud- ,., lw.mR ,mnra tofrthrr solely
- jobs allow, men in UM pO , wros: a |lvmg froin the sotl
W know that Canada's welfare
That freedom Is an 11
thins: everyone must t
That he is part of SOCS
broadened intelloctn.il (
activity .leiwruis upon the give- and present
.i :..c.i d
arid-take, the communication, of most remarkable works on record, f. _ ^
1 ';,:- ?P*V?M {IOU'"' Of politics, but on good-
That evcryUnna he nears Is not In the evening mow oral of Um nCs, an^ wls neeesaanly Hue: he muM sift Ihe majoi wks Of philosophy. Mr. We have three'institutions that
ll we dare say. has been conlrtbule mighuiy , mniUiini
That he must discipline tumseU a pretty l>usy man, but he found U9 (n theBe Vlrlue^. ,,(C cnUrch
to meet difnculttes, unpleasant- time to make self i. painirr the lchoo|| and ^c home The
nesa. discomfort, frustration and whose work is respected, and a primary Hhapina of character
nardsnip and keep his colours matar wityr. tbw late Lorn takcs p|nce m ,BmiIv :ife_ wnerr
tlyins; ^orke-l I'.tnself literally ,h<> (hl|(l Browg tnm fcUf(
That he needs a spiritual to death in public duties,
became =n autriorlty
Ttiat hi* I rial ballet and theatre.
satlsf actions will arise from
tags "f conlldence. skill, slfsction
tnc inponslbitity and undersUmdinrf
Then the child leunis the rudi-
nwnta of social life in school,
ssosnl tl.iougli work. Ktadin^ and Tliinkins where he associates with
Some of She* i ii if wo want lo And out what of other children of many creed-
bj tha Etomai ueesi id, what happiness and and from environments that dlf-
. Marcus Anreiius Antonl- contentment are. it would be fer from his. in the church, h*
mis more than 1,780 rears ajoc "I irall u, ascertain what other is taugm that not all hi. afforti
andurai S -I labour, an I Utlokan have thought success, can lift a man higher than th
lo wan*, little, .am lo work witn happiness and cotitrnlnient to level of humanity, that only by
my 0*m lianrls. .md not to rm.l.il. I"' A little library Will bring to setting rns gaze God-ward car
with other people'* afl.ii> -, tad any of us the prol.le.ns. dlSCOV- he rise.
not to be readv lo ii.,ten t,, i..ndci STiM, WCCasBei and failures of The Good life is no! the idl<
and not to"b\u>y mvself wiUi Ustory. Those now-dead authors Ufa of a beachcomber who sub-
trifling tint.
dom of speech, and to Ix-come
ir UmatS with philosophy."
Kveryone Witnl* Success
ii ill, in ' i) not .i
linatiiy. BVi bsalnnhafi
n thc '.tnving
.,: men)
living and breathing in their sisls on the bounty, the left-over:
and tftrir words speak and thc wrecks of oth'-i It
clearly today to all rational men. a strenuous life of raspon
Wide reading will help us to Life has no savour foi UM BOO)
haap our balance in a world that man unless he makes it consist
l-ecoining iiu-i' eclal- m sorvice If one service li
Ind in narrow grooves, n rUI cornpMad, he grows iestlew am
W,'M help us to think clearly, and to invents some new standard, mon
ourselves meaningfully, difficult.
Nopreianatioii. no planning and Th(.M. arc doys ttften wr cul- Toward a Better World
t^ success. ,UM. )( u, some confll!llont ,nn K ,s fcUpropPialCi lh d ,nly deserve it Hut if one lhere are no ready-made answers, these, to reflect with c; s' LOWS
has fun trying aM BndS OtS Our minds are likelj to get so trial a consistent prat*tcu of
Qappuwss along ihe ntta. Uien it printed over with slogans, rally- tre by She human nice even foi
natter if the journey eve. Ing ,.rles. and spatterings Of this ten years would 111! the earth
ndS and that ideology that we feel frm poi0 to po|e ,,(1, peace
WS can go further. Thomas J uKSraabW Of simple and straight- plenty, health, merriment, and
Watson, Who created the pstoma- line reasoning. The situations heartsease. That Is a drean-
UonaJ Business Machines Corpora- that cimfronf us every day have hardly lo be realized, but we can
tion. put ii tin was The imnuie more triangles and sharp points under whatever circumstances of
we say1 lo ourselves thai WO bava than Euclid. strain and uncertaintv. cultivate
succeeded, we bava eossfassed a>an amrMly nii". if gained the basic ethical valuo. or democ-
failure. A man who is doing his at the expense Of goodwill, is racydevotion to equality, mdt-
Mt each dS aUve, tm- bought too dearly. Co-operutum vidual worth, intelleei
a man who did his beet yesterday ->";' affaiwiuv have commarclal poUUcal Uberty, democratic pro-
is startlns I J'" '- "''n ' '-*1 "",l ''" m and sanieral well e, and
Choice ol Work "'n "5JS 2fi5*B,i 'lHJ " < broaden down In) evary.
r, hot.bie.1 by un ,'; ."'., '" V 1'bii I "u"
: 0U, making and J^S^JJmLT^SSS 2 ** '" ** *#* !
.... Mil i- OM unknown ... hj HMO.
ouatiy Uucatlon, knowledge j,,',,.',', ',. ..... "' "Il is ^11 very -..... talk in
and uittUecuial iklU eoalrlbul* M . 'tew rwwphik wordf," s our help, hut M -nil nuiM us- win ny rruMon may sny, "but lrt us .ulliv.l,- ti,
,;,.,!,. It w wh.'i, I,..-,, ,.ujd to b. airoro." Thai Is ,1 advic.
w",S l| hk.-ly l I.....-, l uidtv.uu.di.t. ,lely. and cam. Wo mtul. nm of all. oulUvMl
vvlrd wo ar t..UU| to do "- 1o,"">' "', <""" ""'' """' "ur garden. But it tun, Ik- fo,
tl,, rut";,- ^fftMnfto hoaS, ,;,, I;.v1;i1,'-;;:;:11,' ood. , * H m w
itwtiit n-dlv la hOW much OBI nee. The wlsi man of lioighbOUrS, to CO-operalC In 0
|MMlouii.iiM.e is iieend doubt the mic U-st wav a new m-IuhiI
who never Shoots cannot carry ofl ,(l vntTi>{ ., llK ,.., ,,,., ,, T BmSbBI and hapolne
[a- manatoaTa^Xonnow free
.: .re not Worthy, for that man of goodwill conduct them-
Ihlng does not repay the solves In the present crisis.
; -1' Young people of t.i ,y have the
ird for CO-OparaUon capacity to build ne* and tran-
hlch qull cities of freedom, and
il erect lofti,.r and happier towers
slinks away from ii battle cannot
be a here, nos can he who eon I
himself with paper plans evei ;,.,,!
aohleve success. Anotlu.
iiie exuberance will car- is participation. A life in
youths through the everyone h"Uls his home
extraordinary world expei icmts ,.,..i;,. .iml refrains from inter- ,,f aehievement
t embarked UPOD. They fering with Others II a commun- Some ninv (- -ivimi
UM power and fld>Uty to It, Tn a negative sense only, from the truth that'ihe future
purpose. Those who succeed will Democracy is fraternity and co- depends on them IUU there
ihe men and women who. In operation for the common good, enourei others for u to be s
treased to thc that todays passing turmoil
Of freedom we fall into uur uffairs shall nH end in end-
nlo
ml women who, n
the most effective manner open Win ..
to them, go abOUl getting thing! XfilUSfa
done
,11 not miss, and |.,t..hl.......,,, hut when t.o.-don, loss chao,, and that the ilbrrti-
11 ,,, M nuawd by. the ,, ,cd exclusively v.,- 1,11 c men's minds shall hi fcS
XEW YOIIK LETTEII
H> li Win TKMI'I.I KdltKKIS
NBW VOltK. June 25.
i in buy, even in
'.J.iilem. last night Fer the p.^t
wiH'k dopc-lrifllc scandal has
been poundii .. fwavily across thu
headlines of Ne i Vorh papers. The
the scandal was
testimony befori a public Investi-
gaUng eomiu ion, (these thing-,
are not romim-d to Washington
and politics), thai probably thou-
sands of New York boys and girls
of school age ere drug addicts.
Carl tree! oei ear Times
Squ ire and In Harlam w i
ii ibuUon
"."tit-. So. tii.: night, reporters
of New York papers set out on .1
1 g with the local
went such inquisitive
1 could And a guide. We
were lold in advance that strangers
w. old end n dllBi nil to buy drugs
that night, Wh.it WS all wanted
to -1, is what the people looked
-landing on the
dm ot-< 1 ken
keep appointnie
Credit To Us
Now this scandal has been .\
.shocking, ugly story* The evi-
dence played U) the inquiry tron
,n anonymously recorded tape re-
vealed cases ol yOUnf women
thieving and finding the money by

- on these street COmerSi
it is .1 story that denauooers ol
t n revel In
Radio Moscow cm put Its own
special l* tor) like this.
Bui the l: alb is. surely, that a
scandal of this kind does the
United States great redltand
New York in particular for what
has happened. Tremendous re-
sources of press and radio, the
glare of puBttcHy, police, social
workers, the action ol Municipal
and Slate government ore now
being turned to the cure
aneraUon of a minute handful ol
1
In the
nothing is
1 r 11, .ii,
mi e scale in I

happen, in New York, partly DO-

1nty.
B7I i Wees t.....
told the li e used to
spend 70 a week on drugs. She
bed a radio job. among other
entertainment contracts, that
.mud her a little more than 180.
I not manage on these
earnings.
Having 1 embed the named cafes
and milkbars ol Broadway we
went up to Harlem and found ihe
- but some smartly
hug addicts lounging
at street corners. Going into one
bar or another, and quickly slip-
ping oul again few drugs addicts
can beat alcohol. But lb
so many watched a single street
corner was fearful afsltlng for Hie
courier who was to signal a meet-
ing place later in the Bight In
spite ol polite on V/atch and head-
lines In the press, the courier
came a dapper little man With
a small moustache, looking like
any New York grocer. He did
to arrive, he Just ap-
peared, had word with one w.ut-
u g man ond slipped away again.
The rendezvous had been ar-
ranged. The man whispered and
word passed through the waiting,
1 little knot of idling
strangers up and down the Street
si p.1i.1t. I, Trealed
They dispersed Some were Old
1 bul many 1
young. A large number o( the
women wore trousers instead of
skirts; many of the men ware
wearing n arkintnshc* on a tine
warm night. Strange, and in-
explicable. Some reporters ap-
proached various addicts to learn
Ihe jargon of drug buying.
The next day Governor Thomas
Da way, now Internationally for-
gotten, but still Governor of New
York Stale), announced thai con-
victed drug addicts would be
aegregaled and separata!]
; 1 i-mis ami institutions.
1 have thought il worth describ-
ing some of this scandal nol for
It* sensational value but tor its
I
indignation here is spontaneous
and effective; there is no tetidem v.
n in many large cities, to say:
These things wilt Bin
pan" No doubt 11
lacular In its vice as in everything
us at an

li. hi fcehsaoa And The Press
ima back from
Washington convinced thai Mr
Dean Acheson 11 the iaost e.ip.ibie
Secretary of Stale America has had
for many a year certainly since
Cordeli Hull, though opinions
differed about him. loo. But I
was also convinced by the gossip
of the day and the ..eight of the
opinions (>f ihe exi>crienced, thai
this same man would resign, or be
compelled to resign his job by thc
Autumn. And one of Ihe mam
reasons w h y he wj)l g in
that he cannot suffer fools
gladly. H Is apparent at
h i s weeklv press raoSoronces.
These are institutions virtually
embedded in ihe Amerk-.m slilution. that llnd no parallel
snywhera In the world. Thc
Secretary of State is confronted
with between one hundred and
two ruindred JounuvJsl
small auditorium. The journal-
ists are under no restraint, they
1 SO Bah any questions on any as-
pect of American Foreign Policy.
Photographs do n N quite do )ua-
tice lo Dean Achaaoiy often he
appears lo have a timid look, in
fact he Is a very tall broadly
built man whose manner has
nothing of weakness Ho lacki
the amiable, homely BMUUsst Of
American politics. He cannot, like
the President, relax easily and
take long walks or go ruauns
wi\*i ihe press corp^. He gives
ession of a highlv su-
Ind 111 very 1 ,p|d jetton
When the comparative!
Wit mind of some reporter tries to
eiitpacc him, Dean Acheson stare*
at the man. addresses him by
name, opens his eye unlll the
lu:es -how. smiles sightly, and
then delivers the smartest and
oinder that can be put
in words. And this Is not the
wa> to be loved in Washington
It wan Interesting to S visitor to
hear Ihe Secretary of ."-'
ing out. quickly and fir
DSSnss of almost every
who asked a question. It SMS
of the vast status of)
the lournaUsf and immense pow-
er of the press, in this countrv
Of long dist.uur: Mr IVan
Achaeoa commands a SP
of respect from half Washington.
and .' great deal of i.mcour from
I half Including num-
erous press 11
which be iirsdei nil
1
Lord Nelsonwho has left England
became of high taxestalks aboitl his
new life
I Am Glad I Have Moved
in Dublin
By KVAN STKKLE
DUBLIN.
FOR the last 143 years, the first Lord
Nelson has stood lirmly on his celebrated
pillar, looking down O'Connell Street with
the salt whiff of the Liffey m his nostrils.
Said the policeman on the corner, "We'll
not be blowing him up until We get the Six
Counties."
Just over two months ago. on April 12.
the sixth Lord Nelson breezed in here as a
refugee from British income-tax. lie too
seems settled in Dublin.
Sixty-one next September, Albert Francis
Joseph Horatio Nelson is the picture of a
retired admiral with his bright red cheeks.
Olazing blue eyes, and bluff, hearty manner.
In fact he has been a rubber planter in
Malaya, a gold prospector ("Quite lucky
too") in Australia, a pearl ii slier in the South
Seas, a middle-weight boxer, amateur and
professional, in many parts of the world, and
an Anzac sergeant at fJallipoli.
"I'm a Colonial," he explains in his slightly
Australian accent, "although I was born in
Wiltshire."
/G INCOME TAX
Now he thinks of going into business in
Eire. Meanwhile he has been driving liun-
dreds of miles over the country getting
material for a book about it. ("I am never
happy without something to do.")
He is the first Lord Nelson to be cut off
from thc annuity of 5,000 granted to the
Admiral's heirs after Trafalgar.
How does the cost of living work out for
the emigre Lord Nelson now that he has
slipped from the clutch of the Inland
Revenue ?
Here in Eire the income-tax rate is 6s. 6d.
In tha L compared with 9s. 6d. in England.
After J: 1.500 it rises in Eire by a sliding scale
of surtax lo a peak total of 15s. for incomes
over 120.000. (At home anyone passing the
15,000 mark pays 19s. 6d. in the .)
Lord Nelson expects to better himself con-
siderably by quilting Britain.
"There was no law to stop my transferring
all my capital here." he said
"But I decided not to disturb mv British
nvestments. and the bulk of my money is
still in England. It will be some time before
the question of income-tax is straightened
out. but they say that I shall gel a refund
of British income-tax and pay the Irish rate
a permanent resident here."
NO HEADACHE NOW
Another sum still being argued is the
amount of death duties payable on the
110,000 fortune of the fourth'Lord Nelson.
the present Earl's uncle, who died in Sep-
tember 1947, and ihe estate of the fifth Earl.
Ihe present Lord Nelson's father, who died
only three ond a half years later. The most
conservative estimate of the probable total
is 150,000. and it is expected to be consid-
erably more than that.
At Normanswood, his 18-bedroom, live-re-
eption-room house at Tilsford. Surrey. Lord
Nelson and his wife (they have no children)
ved at the rate of about 4.000 a year.
They had 80 acres, three gardeners, three
indoor servants.
"I could not afford it." Lord Nelson de-
clared roundly, "with laxation and death
duties as they are. Ii was nothing but a head-
ache. But here in Ireland the headache has
disappeared."
Lord Nelson sold Normanswood, sold the
family furniture, sold for 2,600 (to Mrs.
Francis, the new tenant of Normanswood)
the diamond necklace which the tirst Lord
Nelson gave to Lady Hamilton.
Now he and Lady Nelson are installed at
Ballsbridge, five minutes' drive from Ihe
centre of Dublin, in a two-bedroom ground
floor flat. Rent is 5 a week, garage includ-
ed. "We live now at something under 1,000
a year for the two of us." said Lord Nelson
CLOSED
CIGARKTTKS 20 FOR 1/8
To-day he drove into lown from his flat in
his 1950 16 h.p. British car. Price out of
covenant in London 1.400. "In Dublin I
paid 560 for it." said Lord Nelson.
"I save on petrol, too." (Price in Dublin
:is. Old. a gallon, against .Is. 6Jd, in London.)
Cigarettes cost him Is. 8d. for 20; Irish whis-
key 27s. 6d. a bottle.
Butler and sugar are supposedly rationed
But the Nelsons, or anybody else, can get
plenty if they can afford to pay extra. Butter
costs 2s. 8d. a lb. for the ration of Jib. a head
j weak. Off-ration butter is 3s. 8d. a lb.
Bread is dearer, too. "I paid 101d. for two
small loaves yesterday." the Earl said. "But
UMM food prices affect me very little. I
don't eat much: 1 didn't come here to gorge
on steaks."
Lord Nelson says he is not greatly inter-
Mtad in politics. But he is downrichtly
against the Socialists and their taxes. And
ha thinks they were wrong to deprive the
NVisons <>f their annuity by Act of Parlia-
ment without compensation. ("The Duke of
Wellington's 10.000 a vear was cut off, but
he got 210,000.")'
..ly coun-
try. H will be Um ,. w,,rid t
become Communiat Ol Socialist either."
L.E.S.
FOR
REPAIRS
Advocate Stationery
Galvanized Wove Wire
4" MESH X 18" W.G. y 2 feet
2" ., X 14" > L' ..
2" X 14" 3
Galvanized Soft lashing Wire
12 to 20 GAUGE
Galvanized Mesh Wire
FOR FISH POTS
1- MESH from 18" to 72" Wide
IV4" 18" 72"
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.
Successors to
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
'Phones : 4472 & 4G87 111 I K\\ I I II STORES
WHEN SELECTING VOl'R
TENNIS
RACQUETS
SEE THAT SOU GET THEM STRUNG
WITH THE HEST GUT AT VOl'R ....
KE(|l IRI l> TENSION
iVoh- in Slock . .
GUT by W. R. TRACY
which is the Seal of Durability.
Quality and Power.
Also BASKET BALLS and
Oilier SPORTS GOODS for your Selection
IK COM 1 t> CO.. LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPT.
y//v///w*wvv'/w'*v>',v/
i
BORDER
THESE
HEALTH FOODS
Arc Bran
Shrrddrd Wheat
W'rrt-a-Blx
I'rufT Wheat
Puffed Wheat
KOR YOl'R CAKE
Sultanas
( nrr.i'M-
Mlxrd Fruit
Prunes
NuU
Almond Irlnr.
Irin* Sugar
Canadian Chrddar elieenc
Calk foi
II KUKC. KCI
Its it todsv
Spec/at
1 \h Pk. Cut Macaroni
lsr. Each ;
?Ib tin Ripberrv Jam
52c. Each ;
Mat (in Orame Jam
52c. Each
KOR THE CHILDREN
J & R Bread with Jam
Pig Jam
Pineapple Jam
Blark Currant Jam
Hratnhle Jam
-'-W/- ',',*,*, W.*,
VEGETABLES ;
LibbyV* Mixed Ve-felablii* *
< arroi. tn f'n- \
Reet Root In Una S
PHONE
GODDARDS
H 1 III LIVER
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II I M>\\ JIM !-.
BARBADOS \l)\'i>( Ml
I'M.I I HI
Sir Clement Malone Opens
Princess Alice Inquiry




1 ield Inquiry
Chamber ji J p.m. i CMversieai <>l "Reef
P, K Field A'
Hi <. .
ndnon. F.I r li Id h
he pi...
The Km
unl and conslil'iu
Ibc IMic. Ah.
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I
Authority GfgiatteaJ
by

Fisherman s
Inquiry
Uljontmnl
0.1
III!
until le-d
Griffith w
" ted. i i
und dead
'" on H :. tha m-
leen Davi
Mi hi -i and Ian ,.,
: I \
I
p rn the
w him dead m the Public Hor-
'.....) *hmri Uned h,s
pi Doveruah
Arthur Leyne ol Harts Gap.

walking along th.' bam h
End v*ith another chap
Ungale on
'.in* 2:' whon be
yuag on Uu
ratal ii. reported th,
matter to in.- Hastings Police
nomi ,n,r mo
the prosecution .f youi enquirj g .
Si Philip
e<
r'"r(" u.n>iwnrt>iu .f i..... nvotvad In
Council <.r In- not cot the "Won, iccldent witiVa it lot cai P-171
poiitK-.ii or rween parties. Son v. In all the su f '(' Cornoussk
this Act 1908: ,,,.. Hill and driven I I
Hon. k. :, p-mU a- I Include ai I I ling of Golden G
tfUOpr,
m i
ire of m
id disposal of certain build- ecu
nd the |


\\ 11 ii, i ,
more IK
t ommawwoii Independ W
tneasec
conunU
out S
like to taaphai aw, ml te ie
aa atnnib *s | ran. ih.it IlUe <<.- Uelf bound by .,..
mivvion will |*rform Ip. rUBCUS
" .
lit ol thc
I ield. ti.t-
I
.
I
ind it"
' .-prtait;
be carried our I .., building* (rein tin- Soewell Aii


called wmil-t .
1
S.I). \. Cotuidcv
I IBnie For B'doa

' liarbado*
\
UU cUah
^ uu- public.
R
i
Cd tu "'
t.a*cge, said: "Irintdad al-
.i owttc :
11 ry BMntD 1 I
only for i i
I lines a* thai
Bul tdgjatown."
TheTrii i I
QueenT r v
riaa (wo proctors but a not hat two
ted t,. win '<',
11 Bat barged
.. .i ni.inn of tall re-
i 1 |
race ,v douj being ggftended."
He s.u.i tii.ii iii.- AaSn
. Jamaica
a tanned
part 1 a i-ham of 160 rMSpttels
the arorid in
rat hm has M
; "i member)
Re> White was .u'oimpemed h>
nil f.nulv Thi
m


dlcal [netJtutJo
Parbadoa.
Make a beautiful jelly...
with Bird's jelly-de-Luxe!
i\ -"ii il
otln-rw
f l-.-IHM.lt III
npetcol
"
I
ihiii!!.!^ W'i Mm i^;. ';'.'"" '"I, '"' I I < i EVI i IND IONn ..f Hanson
HIU.J ... .. charged
ilrj in public union you 13 the n< l-
indj conaWec I mont 1
- *, he property o| Stanley Seal
"iCiO
m following the at
.
, this matl
The Vettrj of St. V .
!
I

annuaUj


Exnlauuttoiu
"
nh their permission he wished

A i
1
:
,
eliciting the
"I frith paiHealari) te N i
Mr. Fli-ld rsU that i ii.i
to nwkr .i eaM ... "ii .
-11*1 Ir*,-, in .l.inut ....,,. i I,,.
a (art .iiiilin
lion. K i' i ..
,. w 11 the Vestry
. along i iDi the iwi
nnnthrr < pail)
. i i
I *hp up-
d in the
i. vimi ii. ii m "
A ill Id
,.i
ststance." Chun
s,r deinei I i
tho wal< i i een to ......
Price StabllbMtkM
Blr, ui
hat m product of tni'
- '
h..v.. ,, I
11 would '
It VW.lllcl .
In furll
'f"
I : | ...... ,,
(II !
,. V.'
(2i n.
And 1 ftirthei \RIII1K HAJUUSON
ider n ..!. aatl Hall was lifir,! $4.Sil by ;i
> PolkM Magistrate for assault-
19*1

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P

I

;hc hub
whjch '
pavl
|
of t!.. "' tned th.
uniform. He laid "Il i- MOTi
:.nd run
:il buildinvs dui}ora '" 'I1" *"

Busmen \\ ill Save
On New I nifonta
bus cori-
- .
i
Ci Byi on Juno 2\ 11.
oi guilt) of the charga
and ii tha One is not paid m it

1 menl lib hard
labour
I-
i
lib Road, ho sraa
and dis-
.i ,',! V%
of Ihe Plaj I
Commltt' e to I

i
The tunic ha^ an open ft
vet and mans
i "it b

. ii i
now up to thi' i>i.
te daclde II
i ovet ho Ihli



'

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,. ... helm-
Ihe purchase c
ring mil of playii

.
letter was aani tu all .....
I. whom most of the corre-
rroni I
Fund fur th,
n hanv labmlttod which
fl) The "pur, I-
of .. : I
. -
t that 1 Reel
erectto..... I
frou.
These terms of refermc
Enqulrj
Functions Imlrpriidenl
1 should like to emj)

wilt perform II
functions completely
of Qi irneni .. of an
or iiwiivuiuiii ..
tun) ur Oi
I
full eo-operatlon <>t evi
this Colon
Commission In arrlvii
nnd pr*i|'<
vhlch fal'
to i>e con
Under Sectl. IS i
i id In tha matte

may appear and be n i uld. in accordi____
j i ..
conducting this Inquiry, I prop i
to adopt the i
fldds from this appointing a and
i do not propose being bound bj be
ihe strut miis ei evidence, -
Sessi'H with put.).
be hi'ld In public each day from -ubmiited. they
i



i bat the n l

the puhth
;
public funds muat be ab
I who eon
I


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IF V ]
Visit to Pbyfleid

1 visii the
knon
of Princi

playlru; Held which IN !
C.nnmis'. hi !('
Before ihe jp* ne'
yesterday Mi V. i deL
They Had To
Turn Hack
\ f. a cjpi U M who did i"'t ob-
erve the thin Bi idga >
.....
rlatn 'i""i Broad
ttrei l to fiiiu .i rope from which
n

\|>|H'uls To
Gomi Of Error
Gordon Bi ith*. dte ol Bank
M ,ii m | .. appealed t<- the
Court i>t i
curs i>i the Aaststani Court of Ap-
aal
III i \ McLeoi
! H
irate had found him iiuiiu of
causing vehlctei t. wall In Milk
ink. t longer than wai
:.. pick up ..: >t down passengers
while he wai the drlvei ol Uu i si
M-m;.i
Mi Bl
Brathwaite
I'. Uom I Sir.l
aiuii afarkel l i n
draw ii up before
Brathwaite was
behind the wheel and he lold him
he could not park thei
. olm ii, was
a friend
. eitlnued t<> pah
II ii. ii mlnutea Brathwaite .
i rn
Police Krslaiiruiit
Opened Yearterdaj
p.
Illl.


OUl
the what i


*< .., ... ii the
Id in be taken by
i itreei
to the Plei Head i Pah.....d
BI


tied
3.576 Attended Vi
SI. Mil liacl Clinic
During Lust Quarter
i I.....i-
. thi evening the) had


. in, ii wag i i
I
i oboe dining hull hu h
r.iv.ited. ii feed
i. i Policemen
Colonel Mich* Un aid I
thai then
tad fM *
i with ih.,r meals in
i
Pea i erved urJ.....t the
6i vey m*l i p
woedarfbl waj P
nee, daai tokarni
ihant wah '

nung dupei wnh
M ike '."iitihi .

h I i iJl.nyuu
^ t^
BIRD'S
^' JELLY-DELUXE
nil. nisr in \i.i. diimimh iiMinuaki:
III Ms Is s|| \liin IN( REASING
I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!
The und ol Ihe many line*
recent! able offer ai advatt-

i
eal
i ordt
;

i bo no

to
'
'
Ui
1
with
thai it -


And
I


i
worn kcj
. i ^ m aru 'i and w bei
considers
Evidence recni jacket
it will faci.- Clark parl
the Cot ml " P"
wish to liive evidence will OOm-
>iary and
i end h
.,f evidence they deelre to ,,'c'|,
the nature of the taetl wl.uhl

full state-
ment Is no)
I now declare the Inq I
formally opened.
1 am Roini to Invite
Attorney G
Comm;
Un lo which he pVopoaaa t< direr'

think I Sh..ll mo th" |
f this "!* i
..It-.
ireatmenl
in King
lo eon -
daily to be
irnlng
i 10
crtt I" the
he -aid On I
onb vhool chU
: ism of i hlktren
M
I
hlldran usual!.
u.....p i i
iii. i. are al n mj
u< and moth) ra" Di Km |
The -i i
Lumber. Kfeftt
Copra Arrivr
11 -1
i ptckled
am
.....
i .., t night foi

A shipment <>f 671 bai


I TI ra rrom st Vtav
the schnone
nvimtren ii., Brtiaeia
i.roui(ht up three fcisaotll
'. oanl
7 IMF. FOR RENEWAL
OF LICENCES IS UP
Up to the end of lh i
,, i .
...-I with 7,0*1
net I
j
renewing drivers, condi i
. nded Boturdaj
the Polle
.d (MUM
r..w on '" i.n> Utah
Ith ihem If tl
.
FISH l\ SmCHTSTOH \


ho wen) out early in
. .. i .
catchi fl
i id ex-be "''
COOK'S SIEVES
COTTON SOCKET MOPS
GLASS BUTTER CHURNS
CHARCOAL BOX IRONS
HURRICANE LANTERNS
GALVANIZED OIL CANS
ICE CREAM FREEZERS3 Sizes
OCEDAR MOPS WITH HANDLES
GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANS
ENAMELLED NIG I IT-CHAIR PANS
GALVANIZED CLOTHES LINES
KELLY NON-TURNOVER NIGHT
LAMPS
ENAMELLED (GREEN) BREAD BINS
and
IllimiOV I .,d 2 Plnti II ASKS
.l -2 Pmls Wide Mouth JAM
HP] IN U so OFFER
SAMSONITE
HT THE hi IT PBOOI Mini
SIM: in ( in. ii s s \ I
si:.i NGTII
Only 27 Cenli Per Tube.
| HARRISON'SH^30rJ
>'-'.'''-'-'............................... - rjo/aajon
ATTENTION
TO
CAHLE OWNERS
111 RB8FORD CAIXI M \i:

Mick to the one In use at
i
I among the bUI
\*\ KaaaHal
, ,i \d..ir ii was t-u>d UU

been aw
I


I ihlik

i |
t with
ip*akmj,,r ilMrtf
iwr IMif/httuI
iyhtlul DIMM | \fifaJ&*wUMa** ''m
Mb in... Mc. a f yV*^ QIC?** TP
' S i, .i .jiiPa\-
i-

which v







I AFHICAN
CO
THREE HAYS WHOI
: NCH COFFEE
SMEDLEVS GARDEN BEETRI
AKDFA PEAS. jr tin
;

U>

I CRACKERS .. 4c.
EN & HAM I'AS'I I

jar .....
SI 41
DANISH -fl 66
$120

. .
AS A SUPERB THRILLER... ITS
COCKADE FINE RUM
STAXSFEI.il SCOTT A Ul.. LTD.
"1
SELECT
ZEV
ui':!': hook
wld'b makes
" GODS WAY OF
SALVATION
PLAIN "
PNaflg wrll^ fnr ana i_
Samuel KoliitU. Ixnprl |
, ( Bcuk and Trad Service, 1
", Ceotral Avenue, Ran-
lllshlv raeataianded for: I DI temper! Catarrh
'"il Ihi,..i i, Poulin tad aitie . .
in t Ui .i
i.i .
(tu il
KNIGHTS
l(i SI III! IS
:':-'^V m',*.-.'.-.'.-.c-.'.-'.'.-.;-'.

//. Ipt ti> iVi'iinx' f/ie tvafavn
from hlinnl lmpurit$6M
mpurlili.-* in ihe HIo.kI ma. cau \e rheumatic
ache* and paVnv -tin" ant puliiful Ji.lnea,
plasaatdl nm^ .ki-. dl*urd*rs.
Oarka'a Blood Mlarer* l*S o purifv
blnoJ. I
..(..] h i
tha i
. il :
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Jl >/ MtKIYU)
PURINA run k gj
SI All I h\ A A I.HOUiWB
J Oblainafak from
a H. JASON JONES & Co., Ltd B
!
II A ii S
SEVEN BRAND NEW STYLES lo chooae from I
most gorqeoua multicolours. Found.
square, sling and short handles. Mado ol
Plastic with Waterproof Rubber Linuui.
Prices from $3.67 to $6.48
CAVE
SHEPHERD
; Street
I


ru.KSlX
ll\Kll\l"'s AKV1A \TK
TUESDAY. JULY 1. 1*51
HENRY
CARL ANDERSON
HAVE VOU
POOSOTTBN
SOMEONE"5
BIOTUOAV
3

MICKEY MOUSE
WALT DISNEY
l SE^i'VE WE A ST '.
( CANS "T-s~ ?_: .:-A\Ji?
iJ> : A.-.? v xf> I
5 1
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
s mar ''osouito
( Kjg&vs evepvtso:
JS- IN TMpi3AME--.M
^/vvf NOT D6A4.1N3 WTH
*^S -| >-< AN AMATEUR
1
THE
RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
ffl? SI7WaG l.V# MASTEX TO
RAINS of PILE'
Stopped in 10 Mimic
*
oturi"*
hi,^c<>U
^J^ j.i.drum.---
and
TheMott Versatile Band
in the Land"
EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT at 8.15 p.m.
OI fill ni im 11 sio.X 9rSTBM
nnmuur to yof by the \i\eehs of the
it i
>
BaM I--------
,:* 11. ! ry or h.im (to,
mown * <"hinaroid> H,ta n*sta i
. ,rk ..I IB mtnulaeaaa' f" "
I pain bul !> uIm
i bl..d1' and f.
'Mtatlan .!- W1H4 b* PI -
SIMS
-p-i
-.
tusrsntas Myta____
mIm " UMtlM ar
-* 4*t <-,,.. Bm
ssfasr sssder iM
tOf> JJWl
Gums Bleed,
Teeth Loose!
anil
ANTISEPTIC
TOOTH
top I _
Trench Mouih
in 24 Hours
lllr.d i n( (uma. aera moMk. atlooaa -
n- n II l. >uu ! *lctlm e( Pyor'toft oa
rr.iwh Mwilh. of aorata tad dUMSM imi
,ii vmtualiy n It UN * *
i,.\f, nd hv to bou (all* taaih bafav*
yur tin*. SIBca !*> Braat WorW Wa*
, 5* .*- til K Hn h*o imU IB****--
o..< in. -v'ld * 1*41 row MUfillMa aav
hat four out of .vi Pv, pwpii. ars atar-
(.! aoon.r of lat-r HsarariiaS tiro*
>1.1 .100 !- dlwaaM b.f0*0 II l t*L> Lai..
bavins* tkty ofua cauaa not oaly l*a M
u( i*el>. b\rt !" rhro"f tWrmHaw a**
asnrl tro-Wa. _,
Haw Discovery
ATM T*tk
' ni(i*i nhia met* troubiatli
, ,.k , ll pmiiiI.. rlrtt ..
of if.. trouble. ">!< |umi >
ll,. v.r ral day. qnlfkly nk .
mm nut of your mouth, and aoo* MjrMaaa
IM ith Tha (oltowtpg l.it.r ttiim Mr. W.I
f.-"prhoa (ct..nwir. M r C-w w.ra aM
..M i.i*d.nv and I had lM (our walk,'
(lima I i-i4 nmay iMlaawI
h-i rc'id of ii> n.w diacowary
n :i houra aft.r ualaa Ammtr
H i.i"dir Tin aari------ _
r-..ih ^Ua-tMaiad in Ibraa dara M la,
- - I fomd that my looaa taatavwarn
-rand that I CWi M wMlkWaV]
Quaranlw4
f Maa4ln>
natia>;

. ..i
BRINGING UP FATHER
MC. MANUS

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JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
RIP KIRBY
u

TO TREATL/iXZ^E
lAi'r
<># Xftt-s!! Ynur Farauriif
.MOTOR CYCLES .trrirvt!
VELOCETTE
I he New Model L.L. 200 C.C. Is different from the conventional type
Motor Cycle in fact it's the nearest approach to a motor car.
II hut-, ;t.'il. Haml-.SlarlOil. SluiHt-tlriwn
tintl l.iiw/i'is.
For SIMPLICITY. ECONOMY and RIDING PLEASURE
f /irntst- a
VELOCETTE
,, ,i.
.rd I
ROBERT
Couitesy Garage
THOM. LTD.
White Park Road
'-'-*- v*-.'-'*'.'-'-*.'.-.*.%'w,ov,','..',',-.-,v.'.'. s.'r;'sst'.'Ss*ss.'S.'S,:'Sl',:::'S.'.'S>'s*'''>'>'>'''''''
imowi!:;^,,
>' I -rrhr.t Tr.nt- Ma**;
PILES
Siffereri from the mnddening irTiUtioo,
the exhuming, BEOnising pam caused by
ptl**_4o not wmil until piltt (hatDor.
rhoidi) rrat h serious operation ma* be necesaar*. Ask
Tour chemist all about this apacial rsned;.
He knows the ingrrdicnn from which
this oexpcnsiTe and acienthlc reined* is
I made. He can show ou. t->c. the special
I M>p!ica!<' 4xed to each lube of Man Zan,
A-huh mikea the use of this sooihun.
I healing unguent so clean and simple.
Man Zan is no onVnary ointment. It
is prepared for one purpose onl* to end
I the irritation, allay th- u-ftammatioa and
definite!* banish pl:e. From the var*
first application *ou feel the irritation and
inflammation ciidinf, and if *oo wiU only
persevere. MM mo'e will you be tortured
with the ag;ony of pilea.
Man Zan Pile Remedy is sold by
chemists everywhere, utcluding; special
aonle applicator. Raoatraber the name
3i this splendid remedy
ManZan
PILE REMEDY
Bf ALEX RAYMOND
ll bf.E_.VL **,Mt
' "^3 BCtAn i. 0UCU A
' PL-Oftar-T P-Cvt BUl
r*E WJ&T TC' TO HELP
UTTlE k
.STA*FO" >.
w#
Tfc
BARBADOS
YEAR BOOK
NOW
/\h there will only be o limited number of these book* on sale you are
advised to make sure that you will not be disappointed when the iue
ome out by booking your copy now.
>'ss.'ss*'r'r*rr&*'srw,**'*',s
\\
I diloi Barbados 'l'c-r Book
Advocate l.ditorial Department
34 Broad Street.
FOODS
Your
Enjoyment
BoU. CackUil Omloaa
. m Cherries
m Staffad Olives
Tins CaekUU BsseulU
.. Swift Vienna Hansa-e* $
Frank-fart ftaasafM X
r.ufi.heon Beef g
m Fate De Fole
Potted] Meat o
I 4 | PI. Tin Saaao Ollre Oil
Tina Ckeasw
I'kcs. Krjfi Cheese
Bridgetown.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPEQAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
THE PHANTOM
;jrr?x**
/ SEE rr FINS -AND THOSE \
(. t*BKl.Vi6'(CVERSaDVCU \
>--------r THOSE SMABKS
^----- PUUE6A .
ft roi
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
'

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TUESDAY, JILV 3. 1*51
BARBADOS ADVtK \TI~
I" VI.I SFA i '
CLASSIFIED ADS. wmit At-gL v}lJ!itru*s *on REXT
TgLtPrlOHB IIOl
REAL ESTATE
The .1 prR* for a>
Birth'. M>iui. Dwm Achnow
. >wa In Moanorian* not*-**
* * oM week-4*.,. Hd |lU on Burala
.more of woroM up to SB. and
3 rfiiti per word on wartr-dae*
ward or. Surigava for
: 1 I..
r-3
Far ShrOta. htarrlao)*
iinaunrrtMnU In Carlb Calling In*
riaiae la UN rot anj nunbH ol word.
up to M and ernta pe, ward Mr
additional wo 4. Ttrrn* run Phone
tt.i-.eoTi S3S .nd 4 p.rr. 3113 lot lalk
Nitre. onlT .not PDI
DIED
Bl.ti KwANo J ity Ind IHI. .
- --. Feaiterbed Ij" *'
PIORPNCE ALCWTA hlAI K
Her funeral l.avea the above ra*
al 4 IS p m lodav lit *.i
Church. Friend* are muled
Harold Pollaid (Sam. Eudora I
<--,., ftoiovn T^m.. Harvev
'tin. Cooffrrv Crand Cluldrr-
IIIV-I- -
ITMH Wr the undrraignod wi.l.
otlti our *in*er* .-parKUlUtn l..
Ihoor who fame, taut oarrla and
*'"i"' or in any way ahanra Urn
inaih) wild ua tit our recent Or
rr-.nemoiit canted b* Ihe death <> nu
dear ErLi bn.
tVlb-rt lfneh .Palrier.. In** Lyneh
Mother'. MarrW Man..
rrvellne. CatherHve. Margaret
..nd AoVU* I.vnrh UNM 11 .
Mahon .brother-in-law. Ge..rge Mah.i
:i T M \
IN MEMOHIAM
i III -l \s ;
lan
Dan
, DAM

Th* blow waa .udden the ariorfc aw
at rat. olwav* la oui thouihii iiuwvvri
Owl knox now much
wo mi.tl htm M.v I-.,., wH
Portm nnn.-

MKBL in laving irtrinw.
"iiabaitd rranli WIKr'd Dan..' who
iliea lub "d lV4*f
Il tin** r-ftt'iweri j ipeelal da v. U>
The dot* I (td
,i .
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Rul all ir. well II
...
' MWH ln| momorj of ol
'.....i daughter Horuia. no icll
I J I9MI
i m-nr but not tor co Urn
m.
*>> wither -ltd doiav.
B.H our lovo will Hm la*- i>.
npmliered hv ihe Lanr.1*'
.mid
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WANTED
Appropriate office aceornmodu.
lion comprising about BOO square
(Ml kMwtwd Aithin Bridgetown.
Application* will be received by
the Director of Petroleum jnd
N.ilural (i.i^. Public lluildiiigt o|*
i< nd tnrtndlng nth July. im.
30 6 51411
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flll-n -*.,,!
CABCrwvrotort. in food cord.iaon
Owwar dnvon Appli rl M Maaaian. to
bo afwn al Slon Hill. 8t Jam*.
MOTOHtVClX On* V, ,"iA
food CMdtUan Prior OH Or i-iim
Applj: Cat hurt O Jordan. T-i. Mil*
Hill or C.o U V ln***ncata*
ST 81In
ELECTRIC AL
AUTOMATIC RETOHD CHANC.r.Hw-
kad:o
Appl> to
A ltd raw
I Phillip. Radio RattC" S
Mirhard rlwvtr HilUl.i
3 T 51 -
HrjHIGntATDR On* 111 WooUnf.
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MISCELLANEOUS
T -a,.and ill oAV. I.
Ix.Wu- -OMDflllk.K. .,i .
Lit* Mrwl. trdp-tD... .,.
In* * "' Of July IP5| a J pin th-
dwollmfhouM WALMER COTTAO*
Two Mil* Hill, itaodint U
ardona and |l....... with t aero, anon
"I cood awui araoa land Tho hdua*
loniaiwa au modom rwaawim aad .om
vontancwi and ma b* miuonod on appw-
r. lion to Mr C R Tudor. Bov*u *
kat*
Vacant pnaaa haw w..l bo aum
rurthor parttriilar* (torn
corn-:, cattord co.
wMCowfi
M ||,-fa
.....' !l 1.1.P
Dw-Fl.-JNG HOf)
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ti.*r*io MUM* -I Chapman Slroai
RridB*iown .^..*.i Wmirpar* Rood
Th* houno (..main. (i.il*ii. Drawin
/id Dimnc Rocnti.. two brdroomt. Broak
etrk- I_.pt i
jaappta, |
PMM al
Tho abovr promiaoi will b* %*t up
al" b> Publlr CDinpFiiiion at our Of
Jamra Slrool on Friday nth Ju.,
-t 2 p m For inapoctlon apply u> M
r>riiv*T iho tenant between inc hour.
J arid pm dail.' ascopl Sundai i
VKARWOon A BOVCI.

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AUCTION
Mir n-- r
th* hot!
.-.-.
Jib and your porkoi
I -uppl. pii.iH.. 2jja
n f, M I I n
OaKjiiiao lip* I i
In* Apply L o b
4334
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I.-iiatM ..i
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phmw tm
ID SIUXTS- M Saul* I
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aneeU. Cbeapoot In Iba Inland '
a ft M M; 7 fl tB M; ft fi TI; t ft 17 M:
l n la 40 Netl eoah Batter hurry :
A HAit.M.1 a, CO.. I.TD.
I.BATimt Urard. Crorodllo Skin* lo
BMP, hand bad* Paaler'a | Pnlmtto tUroel 1 T SI to
PIAwfO <'n* t.priihl Or-n.1 li Mill...
i pertett oondllton. Applv Ui.ne ll.il
I MKhael 3.1 51 I
HAT BAITS Locall.' propiirod bv
lamultural Socie4y OMainabi* fo<
in itrd n*rtOd at Ihr Hleel Shed Que.
ark Ic eJh J T 51
HOLIDAY RXSUHTS- Girnadu 1.1* 0'
Si.e. SANTA MARIA-lovelleM
in Carlbbem- Ratea 4ioni HI* |'|
per dai ;IIAND HOTtl- In
lull. P-t,- Irian la PO per niwl L
1
lea (Yom M on !>*i |ir
I' M lma;rr. (i
aTMBdl II.-.-.
i>i:iiso.vai.
Tin- ..inert aj-,.1.

CUrk*> aa 1 do not aMk
reopomlbl* lm 'i.-i a* i.nti"i* elw

by a rddr kairioo bv me CIO] C. tlATSON. Wool bury Rood. I:rha*l 1.1 II 2l>
Tuo MB
a a nut lo niv -lie CLAUDWI
1 .AM IBM

...... unlru fef -i niitir: urdei iia.ird
JOHN II I*\NE,

Chnaf Church
3..11 2i\
II,.. pii'i"'
,:...i.s lO Piy Wife. 1 Mm line Hilda.
1 ... C'l-ili mar Se.u 1 do M
d my Mir .'BBit.il.l* l"> her nr pay.
contiartmn any d*oi 01 uebti

by m Ai-mrD vr clarkk. 1-ro-pert. St Jam*-.
Tne publie aro herebi warnnl apalii'l
Oil to ml wife MAJtY ROSA-
I iE COWARD IrM* MAYNARD. na I dff
not hold niviolf reaporuible for hor or
von* *N* oanlrartlnc any d*bt or
,M.t.
ordor *IKn*d bv in*
WH.FREP COWARD
dtar hiii.
SI. Joaopj
- to notify tho
publlr lhat BM "CI
Orchealra conllnuoa lo lunol
I i .pable dlrtctoiahlb
Mr rrert Allrvne iSaioprtnni
..I j. ulupld. politll
rO-DArS NEWS FLASH
Tim chance-, to win
thousands of dollars for 2
only, through our B'do*
iwn Club Rre SrRdlcaof-
One Copy Left of Latest
Edition "f Vear Book of
West Indies $12 00
Rats and Mouse Trap*.
JOHNSOPTS 'STATIONERY
and
HARDrVARE
The 15-Novel
Man Quits
By JON HOPE
[| the day approach ins when
authorship will he a part-time
job?
Consider the case of 49-ycar-
okl novelist Anthony Gibbs. son
of Sir Philip Gibbs. After writing
15 novels he will author no more.
Why? I can't afford it. Writers
ran no longer expect to live on
the money publishers pay them
for their books unless they are
best-sellers."
Gibos wrot> his first novel.
Llttiw Pater Vacuum, in 1921.
Nowadays, as a director of a
publishing Arm, he contents
himself with reading other peo-
ple's work "1 would much ratDH
earn my living as a publishel
than fall to earn it as rlter "
A luthless critic of his own
work is novelist Francis King. He
has written seven books. Fourth
Id be puhlishcd is The Dividing
Stream, just out. What has hap-
pened to the other three'.' They
were destroyedby author King
"I like ti. think there were some
good things in them, bui did Mr
consider they would add to my
reputation,"
For one story King took great
trouble, smuggled himself into a
PoW camp to find out for him-
self how prisoners lived. But no
publication. 'The effort was not
worth while. Now. King 28, is in
Sulonlca. lecturing on English
literature.
On its vy Is the year's long-
est novel. Bold publisher is John
l.ehmann Despite rising prodipr-
he calls it "My most
moat exciting eutor-
t r
a re-translation of
Balzac's Lost Illusions, first pub-
lished in French. 1837. Partici-
pants in giant task: Kathleen
Raine, translation- Philippe Jul-
lien. illustrations; Raymond Mor-
timer, Introduction.
It took Balzac 21 years to
write the book: Katlileen Raine
one year to translate the 300,000
words.
Cost lo British readers in S-
ember 25 shillings.
David Farrer. of publishers
Seeker and Warburg, is beating;
the bit; drum In unusual way
This week at a party to boost
reissue of novels by French-
woman Colette, he is staging a
'ilm showing a day in his author's
life Film starts with Colette and
husband reminiscing. Flashbacks
recall Edwardian day* It wadt
witil Colette chatting with Jean
Cocteau.
Colette, unable to bt present at
the uartv. has wrium a letter
which will be read to the g uM.
by the French Airibasaador.
World Copyright Referred
L.E S
tlon costs.
ambitious,
prise."
Book
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: \ PADMORB.
> -WORY. doreawd
beratnl |nM thai all pern
debt oe cUMn uaawi o. a*7e<-
ate f Aauue Brwoa'a Padmore.
alaa know. a< AnM* Brnoeta Savory.
Una of Weii.nrroei Snoot, in
- M^hao,. who Sard id BaM lalond on
January 1S91 intoxav
Km mo
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l-a....^ rh.(
M eeaia Vuodoni
teoeda S .-(. ii
vord oa Saadsari
IKUSF.S
n dour Has. 1 .
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Dial tin Aim
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its rwnmwa w.wi
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la Can*** Bay
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SHIPPING NOTICES
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BrttkwS
o3
a net. Cap. | ->
in. ruH. fapi I <
il i V- M BBl
ma
vi v in..r Star. ISB t.n,.
Irrfuienn lur Tru.idaa
S.hoonor Lucille M Smith. 74 ton*
( Cap! Haaaoll. (or Bnti.h I
Lady Jov 4* Un4 not Capl
lor Si Lucta
Schooner tad% Moolorn
PM
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voaaehi hai* ample -pac* ld
Ladinp for iranatiipnoni a Tthildod
i Ciuiana, Loeward .nd
ird laland.
Ft further particuUr* applr
toe. I i
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LOST
iller which d.
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irnnnp Iho panto, mtiltled tn.reto NavtM
esard lo the debt, and cteiina onli ( i
rh.cn i than dial) have had nowc* an.t ,
nl I ahall < M ho liabtr for aaae sj '
Urtriouted h. an* paraon of who-* dob! I
claim I ahall not have had ranlee at i
. .
And all penone utdrbled l the .aid I
late aro roajiioatod to BaV
eeounta wiihoui d-ia>
Dated Ihta ISth day of June IS51
GFHTrtCUl JllNTS
I NCH CF KEYS
Rd and Bank Ha i
bleaao phono Tlsa
Touch With K.irb.id,.
Coait Station
SABlA .- -i-*..hh.
i Ainu ;am
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PORT FAIhY ,. wbrdi.led
i HUai' l.i- no N.-u.
baa i oaat I I
Ai>o<--. Melbourne
t at Trinidad r.ild S. .
ABVBimSE
i- ate ABYtHATH
WASTMI
Mai
Sandopa ;
I ceati a uawd i
i Mmdapa
. of th* patt- .
n\:i ERRI BTA P ^DMC4U
ee SAVoll
17 S 91 4
HELP
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
SALES IN JULY
r aragaj
iMh
I Plai
McKri
IPth' Mi i i.
S4ile The Roaari. S( Cioora*
T.iewlav S4th Mr II fl 1"ddard S.U.
Blue Water* Terrace
Thuradav I4th Mr* 1>. R. Sulhorland
Laud>
Tu*
San- 1'l.dale. pin* Boad
BltANKER. TROTMAN
Aurlloneers
.1..
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
-uar Apf-.il
ro lln
btar) '.
ic hut in a
I If r
h r. order of Mr*
I W-Ilur,
porfocl
:'.::.
Dining Table with pate.it
Screw lo ae.it I*. Upriphl Chair*. China
Cabinet. Sideboard. Hound Tip Top
T. ble. Sorvlns. Ornamenl aid C
lail Tablo*: Borgoro Aim Chan.
Rockera Murrla Chain with Spruil
C.ahloiv. Berhire Chair Halaland. Book
Table Carved Pedci.il Planl-atand all
n atoaWSony: trarp nice China Cabl
.Round Glaaai. Wwkn Aim llialr*.
Rocket, and Tat.tea PalctlnB* and W
Colour*. C him i n ii Clock. Verandah
Chalra. Claaa and China. Set ol Table
OUo .41 piece... Dinner Sei i ice
pra Taa aiut Codec Sci i . c
Plated War* in Vaae* Entre llnhti
Ti ie*ii *c Pork. Culteo B.
Jardlitirrra. Finger Bowl* *
ling Card Table*. Wr
I Herat or in per (eel working ordor.
Irh- Pan. lompi. Toaater &- Very
Handaorwr French Car pot* and Ruga.
"rw Carpot Sweeper, aindte Brdatenda
id Spring* ladvl Proaa with lv.uble
irroea. G*m> Preaa. Linon Preaa.
-Tim T'blaa all kn Mahogany Bedroom
ill* in MamhUieate Mini Pie.. 11 T
aibiland, Beditend and Spring. Ore**
g Tablo. Deep Sleep .md Hair M il-
eoaeo. Child'* Bodatoad Cam > GOBI
lour Burner IVrfaction Oil Sliive ith
prirect condition. Larder*.
Kitchen Utena.1* and Tabloa. Fierier.
Prraauir Cooker. U.h Mower (iaiden
N-m Moae. Garden IteiHjh.
Thlrken Cn and Run.. Plant* m Crm-
titrd Pota. Uichidi. Book* including a
kiiomburg* Hlatori- of Barbado* and
it hor Itaana.
BRANKER. TROTMAN CO
Aartlonrrrs
NO STEAK
AND CHIPS
From NEWKI.I. Rlidlhs
NEW YORK
The American word for grous-
ng is "owfing." and housewives
had a "big beef** recently
. is because price controls are
driving steaks and roasts off thi
dinner table.
Since the controls were imposed
\ weeks ago cattle del:
arkeu have dropped 30 per c
In Chicago one meat-packing
firm. Swift and Co. bought 11-.
cattle in two days till
cornpared with the average ot
2.200. Another packer has laid
off hair his employees.
The reason: Farmers will not
sell at controlled prices. A dele-
gation of rattle men has visited
President Truman to
I are too low Says one
Backer. "The beef black market
is beginning all over jUjim "
The city farmers of I
Ohio are taking M chal B
BBM bouiM Qatar own heid ol
beef cattle to make sure that
hospitals get meat.
A fall in food prices may mgaV
controls unnecessary. Today it
kinds of food, including m
went down. Only sugar went
RIGf.ERT song hit on radio for
vears. current favourite of G-'-s in
Korea 500.000 copies of the mum'
I in four month* Meredith
Willson's version Of "May the
laOTd (." PREDICTION B Gordon Dean
Chairman of the Atomic Ener*-
Comn-.is-ioii The (InM is not fnr
iv when private indusitv will
be given the righi to use atomic
furnaces to produce power
\ Kptdt "f New Vorkrrs asked
How much does a young couple
need to start married life '
Answers ranged from the price
ei the license to t*S*M8
of the answers Abni.'
IN TBT MATTER OF WESr INDIES
kHITTIMl dllX- IIMIfPI)
NC1T1CK IS KEREJIV GIVEN tlial thr
Ihe -h.it.tamru qgoa ,
wmch ia M
" roqiiired. on or i. ,
July iptl. bring tn* da lor ihai pu.p....-
r.x*d hi live i,ndrr*uriied. a
name* and 3dHrr*ao*. and the pirliri.i.
"I Ihr i ilrbl or ctelma. and the nanc.
md Oddreaaca .d Ine M,li.,uo.. If an<
to Ihr .indent*., r.1 M 1 ,.lr I

h.do.. !>
I Htuidaloc of tne *aid Company, and
If ** rrquued Uv notice
l>iii lie bid IJquidahir. are tn is.m
in and prove Iheir aaid di hi
A akkflh time and plaro at -hall i
aprclfled In BUBBl W Bl
there.il thry will be enrluded frwni .1
bmefli or anv dlatributhin made lh
aa-h debt* aro proved.
Doled Ihia 1*1 H I.1SIJ; Tin )MAS.
I iquldalir
I S It-t
* BBIRt All I
<** at flame
ippi BAT.V SHOSJ
.'eitce and
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MISCELLANEOUS
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s i impair wur
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3 T Sl-dn
ADVERTISE
/v 7//A.
ADVOCATE
bm.....
Jochat.
thrir Barbados
Mor mac hawk
Agcea, St**m&hipC
9nc.
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GRAMOPHONE RECITAL
Tbfw mil ba .i frai I
phone ItiMUl al lh,. Hiiti h
Council, WakcneM.- Whil,. r*Ba*k
ori Wcdn.esd.i>. Jiilv 4th m 8..5
pjTI The pingmmm. is:
lUNnri.
Ru>ai Ptrrworki Muate Bull*
Conre.i. tar Organ No I In B
IIAMDEI
Concerto for CSrSSB Ha hi I
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VICt'A -.
M.t.V Rl
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NEW OHI.KAN^
CANADIAN
Ft'lKF BniVMH'TTt-
V1COA i
AH"iA PK- *VI
Sail* Maatr-al
Mav (Sin
sr.RVUE
1 ou-no. tS>h Juit*.
H-.haa.x litlt JldJ
AirltK Rarbado. mil July.
MR\U g
aBa
-in
illfas Arrl*M B'd(
B Jim- !'!.
th Juite 71V
Bin i
lani
Mm
i
IIIRM I
Till LAND ACQII-.lt ION
ACT, 1941
...,....,
..;.>
I....... ., |
U-l the lamia doacribad a* lit* Salted ...
horoto and -
Cluiatiuher in lite paiiah of Chrul CBt-rch
hi Ihe .aland ot Barbado* are tiwali l
br nopdrd bm pwTpeaaa hict. in '
i i ...
MS public purpooaa. rwu.clv
for InCT*Ing arnodl bulUlrupi *nd lui
lehosi.
tut -. MFii- i r
A1J. riiAI certain parcel i land ran-
..i.i. pi -
f'nrialopiu-i Girl* Sriool and bnun.i
Ealu
Itarleooixl
Ihe PM
ighwav allaBi '
....:. ..I \|T- S.,,.,1, K I
I'hrMl Church
Doted Ihl. SSUi dai of Ji,.c IHI
ie -Mhh. i.
(ttldirctowii hi Ihe Maud <>f Barbado*
'* C ..........i
B. N TURHEK,
.1 Srcrrtar.
J 1 vi I
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Attention is ilrawn to the ionti..| r prices (Defenc. i |
mmtl) Older. 1951. No N which will be iniMlsheri In Ihe Official
' i it} tad Jui>. i95i.
2. Under thi Oruer the inaxinuiin wholesale and retail -lin.:
Milk <'oii.*en..-tl" .,u "lllchards- -Canned are a- lc*aOWl
AHTU l.K
Milk -Coil.ienMii
(Canadian: Red
Cow >
lOther Brands)
PilchardsCanned
, r -.
WllOLFSAl.K PRICE
(not more than)
S14 88 pei case of
48x14 ../ tins
S*S.92 per case of
48x14 OX Una
Si6.36 per case or
carton of 48x1 lh

H I pgff case or
carton of 48xM II
tin'
RtTAII I'HK r.
ic thjni
33c p. i 14 o/ Un
lie. per |4 II till
38c -per I lb. lln
22c. per '
51-In
Persia Itejeeti
U. S. Proposal
TKHKItAN. July 3
Persian Premier KBaaWlaQ
rejected another United States
proposal designed to keep Persi.i
oil rlowing to the wesl
to U.S. Ambassador Hcu
Grad> said to the pre-
sented a compromise proposal lo
Mossadcq at a half hour conler-
lodav.
He said the cumprtm
iave mad. i
ankers again lo load oil from
A'orld's largest reflnerv at Aliadan.
The reiinery owntsl bv ihe Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company has heei
sei/ed by the Iranian G<
mder the natlonalisntioi
(In London the Iranian Knittav-
ihat Iran irugfll appeal
o the United Nations and l the
Dtcurltj Council rjsrtng ui I
by Briti'h autlun itles and th
r Brit
frontiers M
1 P.
Mm-m!
nothing
tastes
so
good as
a
good
of
coffee ]
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MISSING PERSONS
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nlghl l*'4 !o Ihr ttarlnn of Ih^s.' pnao**
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MDttlg Dr. I.
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THE DEPOT fat riaMn and
"rature.
Espaciolly if ihe cup holdt ChovP
Sonborn For here'* coffee a. coffee
ra>se3 berich, hearty and tatiifyioa.
Just vnifr that invrting aroma . Inert
lip that heavenly coffea flavor. Thn
Mi if you don't agree Chose & Sanborn
gives yoo all me Ravar yo*A- cup COr.
hold. So don't ioit aik for ooffaa,;
oik hf Qieif Sunbsjm;
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RAKIIAIKIV XllVOI \TI
II f-.!> \-s II LI .:. IMI
**.....t,i"u "|U Jtfe Louis Is
Lou Scores Prevail Back At His
J11 Intermediate Games Old Job
.< >w so >RE8
-.
found ti a '' U liking
'
JOHN M \< \lt\M
Do Not yVofea//
McCarthy Now
Sports \\ inttow
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They


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knocl it and
Frank I


gave the hest
bowlli

i in

1 III axiom They N. .
Back is ' 'fi,- tight
Umr and it is MM tha
.gainst the passage of tune It
. fwt tha.
no world cl
Bolli Uv ind the
historians reckoned without I'.ai
iccord-busttr.K body the British lawful it Is Ditto
i.nxing Eli
By SPORTSMAN
MR SID PEGLER, the Souih African mi
Ml I asked him (i I
lions that the bowling action of Cuan McC.it,l
hi the Test) is open to (|ui
I think it if. I mil*.
p-u 1 might can
matches an<' .i varletv of county dot i -aid
games have passed his eetlon as Gold ci-ring- .
basil** 11 ptayej
rrlwr four kept dropping off

TftTL* mini

lad Joe Louis as he.. . gsma Her
weight eJtampion of thi fork! '' leellng*' aft""' defeat if ... .. A .. that match waa: "1
In thr.^o lerma: In 1849. nl- did so. If Frank r
in of Jo.- 1- r final sot you have
Louis a* world heavy-weight '' "" <
.. .s ,,. ton- erliei In the u.ui :
-, in. I did talk with Mr
Now I know differently/
ButhortUaa us thu
. f .: ha [hi
Aoeordtngl] arhen the match
was made betwi

Empire, and European champion,
the H.ll U. of C. made
id it (hey trai
winner *s world he,..
I defeated
under chami
Pegler houl McCarthy Ha told
me that two <>r three years ago
If) South
Africa. As result, unknown to
the bowler, a slow motion film was
taken of him
Mm TVm
SavM And Flam
Cause Upsets At
\\ imhlrdoif
Cricfcnt authorities saw the film.
passed the action a* corn
l k since than i M been
Mb, Ihrough two Test ani


and was iheretore i recognised, land, imludlni one against Kiik-
Barveai has now been Hid. as a consequence. To begin no*baUl&g him now
jSt I"' recoi{nisl hy the IVOUld CfSStl lb* WOTSl sort of lm-
I world heavy-weight preasion in Soutk Africa. Any-
. li.impion now. t.. ludge hrOOl Ihctl
Pause for breath, ganttemen, *'< monti.
for a m bniraUon of nmpw reel he ought to
he equl nil also to bem.-hall-
cheek arhethl I UD ,W' "g
Off we goagaui t -'\.
I '...., Iicen Be-
lt i
' '"' IJAVF ( Sll KNT"i gUUfUl
requires ciariilcatn-n. and f... tna, A^^^ ^^ZJ^Sfi
champion -
fonh,..mmg match botweon Louis h,s rCpU:.,-
and Charles as ,. ineanh of deter. b> man In boxing I doubt it hi
mininu an im.,,,. (.,
Shii.Is The Sili-nt
WIMBLEDON. July 2.
Dlek Saviti of New J-
ii A. P.
Lgrsei ,i.(i ii* rb Flam t Callfor-
i ia eliminated Frank Sedg-
msfl Of Australia in a pah c4
* ranch the men';.
.singles emi-uiials .d the Wim-
ni. tournament Mondj. .
i en 61. 6^4.
"perl 6^4,
me from tar behind to
beat Sedgman on the sweltering
oeniri court In one "f tha
* ten In aU
Fngl.ixl tawn tennis rhampioi:-
slup-
Fl.m BpOtted SetlKir :.i I
I
I6 ti -3, fi i. I ...
hook Ihriller to reach
toali
v M rr
,i ujvi* II m.l."ci and
, I i.rrlor. l -coriil
t* th Fix Cl'ib llh IH
WHATS ON TO-DAY
I'rm.est \..... I n
qulry al Legtska-
m.- < m
II ll
Cenrt N '.r ia*f
""iinii
pitiiee Cenrta
( ourt of Orlclnal
JuriMtirllon
Mrellns of the
I ci:i-l ii.v.
I.....
le a.m.
f i
nl
HaaUag efl the enaa
f AanatnM]
Mobile ( ineina nlvrs
*how it Srarle-.
Factory Yard.
ChrWt church :.3'
Policr Band BBsye
al SI. Peter's
Almshouse ~ 4.
I i\im -
apai -nan bi--b-.
I I p ... Md
Aqaalli MH*f l lh
is* >
OIihibk Thai i.t.nii.-
>n< HU.k tSTM
nd m m
I'liii nriatrl II
a- liRrl l.,-r, I I
Tda
Marina
Stampeta
Spun
H and


pa' yarrl
SI
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l!;i\r !iln:|iln-nl h. I'm.. Lhl.
10, II, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
.:....( ...
......ii
Taylor Scores
101 For Police
.-hiiinpmii
Si. tl.l I
gaslight in .i Novemher fog

l-Woodeock ...
world title batlle. now Hnds ll
ii. poaiti . to thn
niie rurthei iwaj thai U he
been
Hew in last night for his light with
Mel Brown, at Carls
Court on July 10
(Jut hi < old Tom
Maguire, is as loquacious as ever
Davi warm himself up
on Brown in readiness foi Ran*
nolph Turpin it be do>
to me fr ii.
The Aii n change
blng piie-
,. -trie 'ii dower pin-
pointed pbtcefnenl
threw Sedgman Dfl
lournnment.
1'I.lj ll, the
cKel in,itch
rd -Police
marked
brtlilant 101 not out by F. Taylor Charles.
In the second round of the
n vc.l doubles Arm..
mind. They win go mto They call me AMbl King of Ays- **at'1, Qn" Mr l1"'" Si-oiieui
the record books as being the Hist tralia," said the man who fiJl "*v>dMin United States Ik r
folks ever lo restore woild ir iruiged U Cham- m?n1' r ,h'1 rlllllpptni
and much joy may it bring them, ph "*; <*;'" >'
Poor old Joe is the loser by all "Dave proved himself the best 63.D.P.
(: He I He-weight in the British Bm-
The \\ eather
TO-If AY
Sun Rises : j.4U a.m.
Sun Set?.: Ii.!'. p.m.
Moon CNew)J July 4
I nhtni. 7.00 p.m.
Ilich Hater ; I Ji j m.. 3.53
JSJ,
IMIKIIAV
Kalnlall (C odrimtun) ; 64
In.
Temperature I Max. I IIS 5* F
rrmprralure (Mhi > : ::..". I
Wind Direction: ( a.m.) E..
(3 p.m.i I N I
Wind VetSetty; ll miles per
hour
Barometer: l a.m.) 39.903.
1.1 p.m.) tgJfg
"Every Ptctura (elli a Storyl"
S-j Dv h Jiftnw, imepirm.
M
it polios wh'i opened ioi h
Taylor bH n foui
in ins ioi to help PoU<
oi Hirer

. Mini Leeward al t I
. ihe last day in
....
. ... the three i' I

.i mi dei i ....id had

again came up t i
hitting 39 not out For PoUce Q
three wi.ki Is
lor 2& runs and gfcipDSji IK-miv
: took two i.ii 18 rum
in ihe Empire Pickwick match at
Hall, Pickwick bowled out
a/hO will probablj Ink 1..... when ha kmn-ked OUl
rurpln here two tears ago. Now
tn irj his hardest to do
to Randolph
Nobody would Fur i .....I
listening to rngnaggr Mugutre's
alei talk, that he and Sands were
al loggerheads only a fn
him aga
llut supposing Charles does nof
JOS dO then H ".I
have In drag himself out again to
defend the world title Hie British
Hoard ha* so graciously awarded
him.
Against whom T Against Savold
| tor how many peanuts
Or JHck Oardnar, M Hem Tea
HofT. or that othor eminent (ice-
man pugilist Fin Zwei Dn
If we all had bats we'd hi
iwts In the belfry if
bats.
Rnctygsj in ll.inini
with the Open golf efaamplon-
ship only nine days ill
mi holes challenge match
had the Australians. Norman von Nida
nd Hill Bhankland, and Dal Res
B.(;. Boxing Bourd
Mines io Prevent
ratal Injuries
( T I <->l- (ill. I
perman-


".-.I throughout |
rrshlp by it.
grounds. Kl,.i(ll,
i ingi
. He.kle
I their first

they have planned n
ent national Soccer side.
No league and Cup matehet Un
these elite players : nothing but
.!.,I l him H''KU!f ",r *3 ru"5- .... international inutrhw. all of it
"I ' I ' i"" I'.^'-Kk ,,,., ,r.......( n.h M. lt.,.
'" In.cl r*pUM uill. Mil : i -I..K.S.
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R. MrKrnilc 4 w ickcts foi 30 rulU '------------"~-------------------------------------------------
IB Craw Cutton m poinU
Mike, icoml 21 nrh ), lvatI .,. ,,. ,.,.,,
with Wanikr.Ts nt Carllon ,n,l,-,l
' "" Wand........ m tor 123
Harris three

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Tot*' si
' II
their rirst innings. A good
bowling spell by r Matthews who
sven of the Wanderen
wickets lor f!2 runs was perhaps
in.' 111.011 eausa foe the collapse.
Carlton in theti turn replleil with
foi lOSl of live
wieheti when stump, waradrswn
" Leer.ard'K First |i
7 wickrU A. Webster 21. (. Hrowne 3 l<
18 K IVnny 2 for 15).
arurusa uki
BACKACHE,
GONE'yJk
TTIsOrri-NSL*RPRISlN 1 .. L-a-lii k-.|-ha .!. (__>..*~.--------
kache, 4nrt
aching nuulci or loiau,
lumbago, rheumatic pain* and
common uni..ov troublai due

rcosM

nard reui health by itralniog
and harmful wastes
1 m. W Ilii
I n is maJc^uait and
rdasbl
ircqucni reiulli.
Dean'* Hackachc K
being happy rsasf b) tr*j**|
to cleanse the fchlnrv lilnn
:.-.
You can rrly upon tfah well
ksjowfl diuretic ao>l urinary
ndssplsc. Many thoutandi of
grateful men and women have
testified to ili- good health
they ban regained bv taking
Doan'i 1'illv
Loduc also ot points lot tnsi I'lekwleh140 lor 1 wlekrU
i
Lodge fsowllni out Ccenbefnwe
'I 41 rum -J Outram tlx foi
when the
1
..... w i kol I Qrai I I
with 40
in the second Innings Comber*
GEORGETOWN. June 27
' move to prevent fatal
Injuries In the ring; the no
And. speaking of the opposite o( end Fred Daly al U-tchworth BOkUtg Board ,,r Control has.
bets, wc note that the ArgentlM nkfrtl | assumes special signiii- lssul to oOlcials a circular diroc-
F.A. has done nffleiaUy what most 'uncc- t'ng attention to the rule giving
countries outside Britain have The mulch is In aid or charity, the referee power to *top n l>out
hc*n doing unofflviiillv ii long tune ',LI!, ''I,,M> ,w|h '-*' '"> punch.-, when in his opinion it had iKtome
_ pulled and local! ire expt eUi
-ee the coiir .
Abe Mitchdl 20 vears ;ig<> hrok* *
>< Hull (iilkes Alfred Ferdinand
Nancy'* Worry Referee Roy acmsalves
in for sever.-
WHAT Nancy Chaffee was Jusl fsli th* boul before
mad about" after her match *l h n |nto a
! I I which
hou close thavt she had had
J eat, but that her Bano Rule I0J
Ings119 for Ralph Kiner. the IS baseball (bl Which
star, had not received her Igti
lettei The referee shall have the
"I guess I am more worried ! *ti to atop i boul o.....ntc
about his baseball than my own i aia} Hags and n
Minis,1 the wid to her mother if he considers it t.H, on
"I have had such a sarcastic letter It is not necessary for I
from him He has not rail i borne '" wait until boxer Is knocked
run foi the PiMsburg Pirates since ' 'he ground to knew he is
! leit And she turned to me benign. The moment a light
to say: "And normally he hits I "-comes One-elded, i.e. when one
M inns than any other boaer ia unable to defend him-
IA it l*eco:nes the refer.-
,,,,..,. ,. ''"" I ils rule, to Hop tha light
m. Chaffee told me the will Imnjadiateb end .u-e-i.ie tha other1
aiiied when she return the win,., Wheneve: ., )>
ll he kisukiNl down nnd ha rlSM
bout the lettei i. tore the ti*!ht
n. to pontli us u is his duty to nt-
hln ell that tha boxer could
ith ficrit again ami hi not out on nil
ANNUAL DAM I
*hlcli II1 lie Sivrn
Al llir l')X HUB UARWS
ST. XASO
On rdnf.O< Mhl ' " "*l
iDMissioh xnscri.l
Ml
llT.
I
,n M Mii<- Quarter
...
,b III
EMPIRE vs. I'KKWH K
ui Hiink Hall
tmpu-e 133. (C lie. kl.-s 54. C.
Downes 30, I. Foster 3 !..
1. S-i-U 2 tor 45. A MX kol- nV^iwro."SDi*SS
[or 31.)
I I .. | H, H. Williams 39. S
. f.- M, i Becklea :i
Ioi no i
CARLTON *s WANDRRI Rfi
Wanderen 123. (I Path
J Annstiong 27 T Mali
for 112. C Cnx 2 for 14).
Wimbledi

Then then iii be
centration on net TV work
which Kiiiit will team up i
FIKSr ANMAI. HAM I
hleh |al
... ii,.- I I II RO-
Onbealfi
ilulaa ft" I' I
ablalMbl* al Ihr .1 ...t
OegflsH lie fee* t Kt
ivl en stuinpx
The v m p.c n irrlsn Colle*
n ended in .. no
in the Orst Innings
i 144 fM I
M declared G W
not out v ll
Pm v m p.c i i. irk. tool rui ,
i .1
v m I-' ti the nd of i key ,,-
plied with tit mil' for th | |CS Ol
!
four of the wlcln is for 21
The s.
T. Matthews 12. E Hi
1 Pierce 2 for ,3. T it
for 44 >.
is (OMHrlCMI lil
al I eel .
. Oul
, IM'll.ll.
MrMal Ha.all.Wl.l l.,"...i
UEEWARD iv POl H 1
ii Fosters
"ollee First InningH166 for :t
wlcki-ls rieeUrrd (f T...I01 101
' 19
M
imbrrrnere H.
I l( .l.'hnsoi
ii*er no fat 4 ersskets aoelarsd.
i Qrant 40. J. Hutaon M, K
s 2 lor 19*.
I embOfSBjen Semnd Inninns- |<
for losa or five wickets
V.M.Pt. n, HARRISON
COLLEGE t V.M.P.C
Harrison 4'olleie 141 lor
deefd- '; Worms Si
1 Hinke I for 541.
Variety
Sandal Shoppe
OUR ANNUAL REDUCTION SALE
7 MAYS Ot 111 Al. r)IAHI.AI\S
BEGINNING MONDAY JULY 2nd.
I.Mill ^
< utadl n Oeejrf fussi i hi
While, lll.i.k x Whtta
Brawn m White, formerly
S7.RB euimt now al HM
Leea0) nude sunns all
kind, formerly $8."0 uolnc
now ( i. ... Cheap al 5.1.9k
ii m iii i; swim, ..ii
CstMu nd Btaea gotni now
at harciin PliUSI 91 *>< Bat
Pair
I 1 \ IIIIK PI SIII.KS In
QreSBBi Blue A Brow, gnins
i. iu at S!.r>0 per Pair
( WV \* -lllll s with Bui
kiei in Green a VfUti
*i t.i u. it. :111.t- price S1.5K.
Srlllne now al St.20 A Real
Ban iin
I. Mill s
I ,11 and straw II Ms ..!..
n.i. In..- in all (olouc.
Heal lltriMHis l>.....i now
St $1.90
Jamaica straw HATS, alee
suitable lor bench wear
coin* now 2 lor SI.OB BHVM
I'rlces are unbeatable
Jamaica FANCY HAND-
BAOfl Krcular Price J3.B5
from SS.S0 to l.98
HAND BAtiS
BellbNj
.It s I "11
They'll Do It Every Time
Hl\ 7RPOO SPZKDS AK MOOR
^LSSJ ^P THE LIGHTS A\Z>
SJBJZCTSWST Wc
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By Jimmy Hatlo
jueac-wu swkc hands w.tj we ^?
VAX* AS0 BE HA^I0l^4e MM WE M
nK*M)'.-A.SKJlCWArCX-TAKE < /
WE MifZ. AUn- IT HIDES XXI? \ -
FACELEAN MA LITTLE CLOSER,)
*?. FINE! .^.,
THE XXKS1 SKAPPER.T0 PSACTICALLy
RJT /KS TRIPE OUT OF BUSINESS.'
/OKAV! HOuD IT, FEllAS.'^
I SWEll! J.J- SEND EVER*'- '
\ eooy im the loose. A i
^. FREE PR'S-! .'
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RAYON ro various Shades > I'alrs lor
91.00.
COTTON WKI.I IS I'l.lii
and ulth borders, all slses
redurcd to One Shlllin:
(l/-> per Pair
(.1 \ i -
PELT HATS irduced from
93.TS lo *2.e
( \NV.\S IMHITS with Rub-
ber Soles all si Ms In slo<;..
-elllnc now at S1.95
itCHKlit shops|| rises
Clearlns at 2 pit Pair
ova
I'l \-IIC Bll/rs at 1/-
enah, i Soehi in Grry and
Brown. formerly $1.0(1
Srlllna now. 2 pairs for |L
i Hll.liltlN's HAND-BAGS
with Ions Straps, redurerl to
60e. each. We are also Clear-
Lng :.0 pairs t I/ifUm
la-ither Shoes al S?.*!."* per
Pair.
He are offerlnic tou a 10'
llbllienesl on all other Iten
Hi.i. are too numerous to he
nientloiird durios the 1 days
I M I
I .one In and Sri- fur Volir-
eglfl
-.-in. Is Bellevlnc
rni: iaiiii:ii sandal mum1
Ceobe Broad St. Dial 2981
i'i:
117i#.#..r#*f" thv .\V#/
Red Hand Paints
PROYtm RF1.IABLF PROTECTION FOR
I.XII ItlOltS
HIC.H-f I.ASS IhV.CORATlON FOR
INTERIORS
i:i D HAND HARD GLOSS
Tulip Grren "S1 ( rram. '%' White.
RU) HAND I Kol'li \\. WIUTF
Retains IU whltrness.
i:i l> II VMi -I'l t I \I I'MNTs-
I or 1 vt^riors and Interiors.
Gray. Hark Or.-.. B*dea UgM & Dark
Shine Oak Brou::.
RFli BAND ri KM \N' s I OBJ I M
With Gres assseressthsg,
RED 11 \M> MMIM" M.\T Oil. PAINT
lor Inlerior- < KSSB, Uhile (irerii.
i;i 11 iixnii com 1:1 11 11 OOB l*ADI 1-
(,r. Mid Grewa, Hrighl Red.
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