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PAGE Kir.HT RARRADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. JCLY 13, 1S5I SUGAR RAY ROBINSON Aii Interesting Climb From ttags To Riches H> 4.IOIH.I Will 11M. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON, CM American cm/en. Walker %  %  <%  d London on i permit allowing him to %  ,ii how to "" IM Tin pin. %  ... the %  Lookint IBM .lark <: -i by his %  %  Uw immaculate irbered head wl i %  I IT is right *'>T %  MiiR have sent %  still you eouli ..,11 M. iKilhrr worth, of real < %  I '"' liihr-i %  .. Iln%  in 18 %  ' ..t boxing C 1.500 l week QUARTER-MILEKS SECRET fVf.lJMI MlllKIKs *vlO(K row -dill .rim r last week wlwi %  MM! Oxford .mi < MTO.II.I-. ti-.m rlrfi tied lUrvaril ana* i lie In In-event* to four. Winner of the half mil* event ui. Nick rtgUI I nJiOi 'cm n.ptain. ll< wa* followed hontf bv r' roni touch netting him l 'i Bin BVI i' Tommy li.-n Mr th weltar-walgfit title ho had to (u| hi. purse-money down tha mldJdfa 1 4 pppi ii' -it Wo had ana doll lUght up rMi Lallotta %  i %  i over. At in maa-about-towD i: Ida tha locoi veniont m Itvorca si the .igc of iH and Uw %  Urraa up whan, dibit irmj an lo ht rafun d ml* lowad to watch White Sox. the Boston Hed Sox. tha (Yew Indiana. place White Sox. pluys Chkauja In twilight and night dBublahaaater t Chicago. ng gmfor din \iirt" He's Smooth RoUmon in now huppily martu \ Cotton ClUD ried "But hi] %  i, ^ HoU> and ha* an IH QOM him into m> horn*, i lupn ,, lm ., raw trick—* %  "-•" %  him M) .round with i! a whfn I toe* mj laaon ol anutaui n|nu I he clubs. %  %  -ii" Other top American LOaJXM the night Barn at Cleveland. MtMmUnio Ui the Laaguc, dfht ann a ntnTTfrflo Wfn O""PT T! -V rte.*.. „.( piaco Now Yorl na lied him down mofa tna %  tl. tuoaiaa Cubi oncat play U 5 B it Bi • % %  i aaervai bia break Ho had nothing. 1 %  %  %  MI Brooklyn, Th, v ,„, mother and tWO —i-r. whn h Pffntt in Detroit, Hipa dor with a scowl and a chip ofl his xhouldci is none In hi* pUca is the nlllni mnn ol affairs, the 12-handlcap uolfer. the ampjoyai • latoMir. vh ownar of the "liuar n %  Kiski I 1, ,11 lr;mi, Itio Vclol 11 boulevarcU, and the r Ittoc man with i: Ki.ooo to distribute on behalf of ft o ia 'i a • Kin Din s. a> i •> I • i J l •' a A I* '. I II a til COLLEGE, SWORDFISH WHS AT WATER POLO HARRISON COLLEGE defeated Flying Fish four oaU to nil and Bonitas lost their game to Rwnrdflsh by two ffoals to nil in the two water polo matches nlayed at the Aquatic Club yesterday afternoon. Tno goals In both games were wai due to sood marking on both i red during the .second half of ildea. Captain 'Boo' Patteri>on and fuch match. For Hamaon ColTrev..r Yearwood kept Geoffrey lean Charlea Evelyn acorad two Foatcr and Mickey Jordan, tightly goals and waa l aanp n e r b l a 1 for a marked, which ma just what tl.ir.i which waa deSactad in by Gerard Jordan and Maurice FiUOCM of the FIVIHK Kish defenders, terald dtd to Owen Johnson Mortimer' Wealherhead who Brickie* Lucas. < pened the scoring for his team Swordflsh kept up the ,.it;n • cored the fourth. The two goals the second hail opened and goalui the Swordnsh Bonitaa match keeper Maurice Foster was kept were scored by Geoffrey Foster busy by ahota from Geoffrey ,.nd Maurice Fitigerakl Foster. Mickey Jordan and an ocFlylng Fish were still without the casional swim-through by Gerard services of their centre-back Tun Jordan. Swordflsh got their first Yearwood. Billy Malone, Clargoal after nve minutes' play it ence Hart and Vere Lawrence the second half. Geoffrey Fostc were also unavailable. HaxeU, was the scorer Taylor and Whiting came into the Bonitas rallied and this time i team to replace tnem. Harrison was Albert Weatherhead tl* College were also without their Swordflsh goal-keeper who wa beat aeven. Allan Taylor stood called upon to do some saving. down to give Stephen Ormnnum, Most of the Bonitas attacks howi.ne of their newcomers, an 'outever were broken up by Gerard mg Jordan or Maurice Fitzgerald. The first half found both teams Jordan was marking the Bonitas Mill trying to open their account, left hand sharp shooter Owen Harold Weatherhead. "Termite" Johnson. He kept Johnson well Taylor and Hazell in the back line under control throughout the lor Flying Fish worked hard, and entire game. Peter pvjtter oil the right wing we* Two minutes after Swordfish's his usual tireless self lirst goal Maurice Fitzgerald swam Flying Fish went on an all out through to just inside the hall (.ffensive right after the interval, way mark and sent in a well Their attaok was broken up by the placed shot which entered the goal College defence who cleared to the high into the top left hand corner. forwards. During a melee about Three minutes later the game Jive vards from the Flying Fish was over with Bonitas on the ot%  oaL Mortimer Weatherhead got tack and Swordnsn maintaining his hand to the ball, and with his their undefeated record so far thiusual quick flip shot had the ball season, inside the nets. The referee was Mr. Archie Mving Fish went back on to the Clarke, defensive and for a time held the The teams were: Collegians at bay. Midway In the II urisen College: J. Chabrol, second half however, Charles EveB Manning (Capt.) C. Evelyn, lyu who had made several deterp Manning. M. Weatherhead, rimmed attempts to score during the Keldman and S Grannum litst half got his Am goal and MS Flying Fish: P. Foster (Capt..). team's second' Flying Fish kepi, Taylor, ii, Weatherhead. P ..Hacking and their forwards miss,vtirr. If, Conliffe. W. Whiting ti i an !" j Soot 11 covered %  uptake ot op oianiuna on an idea i tor a two btd n., with Tnrcc Clui* North oinBpad I %  Ml lluei ing the cnarat fl ut inhand. Sir. rrbid ol Three No-Ttumpi. North visual sro iain nut from n angle *iie us* ol BlacKaood could up the quest on o: noviib> uwraforc marked Hit Tlul'(t ti c *av open tor South to call Pour No Turnip and to na the giam: suet locating 'he musing :•> Souih* SCtua bid ot and Nortl i na mare .... certainties. Potter on th wing backed up his defence line well and several times cut off the Itairison College back Frank ir Manning who was attempting to %  wtn through and score. On two occasions however Manning got the ball to his forwards who after some short passing got the ball to Evelyn who shot the third and fourth goals, one of theso .hols was deflected into the DOU i,y one of the Flying Fish defendSecond flame The second game was perhaps !.,. than the tlrst and once again the rtrst half waa goalless. and Haiell KoMltasL M. Foster. T. Yearwood. J P ister. H. Patterson. O. Johnson. N. Lucas and M. Konisberg Swordflsh: A. Weatherhead i Capt l, G. Foster. G Jordan, M. Jordan, M FitzGerald. R, Weatherhead and H. Portillo. This afternoon's match between Starfish and Sea Nymphs h.as been postponed until Wednesday July 18th. The Harrison College Barracudas fixture scheduled for Tuesday ITth. has been postponed to Jijy lth. The Snappers Swordflsh rtxture will be played on July This 17th H'urid ( I J.v ARUM'S HEAOl.tNr. von lancer Fun. <;,.,. ta had | l I liters %  ill! works the tt the Fnrd plant Ii\ lUoawy" in lab i. lual %  has aacouragad hlppei of „i bag rrler l Jo Louia In Action thai can t„, rorgotten on tl Smith, who | I l| I %  I L 1 bailongn rags-tol %  %  %  u kl %  %  lough. cuff-or-lM i AGE AND BEAUTY %  M, .,.,.,. M.i, timpfj ,.,.,'f "' wiMi'!,.v,iiI.! .• %  •' YACHT CLUB TENNIS RESULTS Following are the results of yesterday's Tennig at ihe Yacht Club:— Men's Doubles J U Tin Inghar and Dr So Svv.-ei His nrat i ubllc Bght aa distinct rrom gutti i scuffles took place ot Kingston, New York, where, be pet %  I to k' him give tl n ; green-aa-gr • In To t %  round Uw iii\ Galnfora borrowod Uw older boxer i • %  I WalkeT Smith. 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I HIDAV. HIV 13. |(5I BARIIADOS ADVOCATF I'Af.I Tlllll I NEWS FROM BRITAIN IU IIOI .l AS MMIHW LONDON. July 6. MONDAY. \w saluted Canada (Dominion Day). Wednesday, we saluted America (4th of July), Todav, we %  M Holland Why Holland ? Listen to what happened there yesterday. In Amsterdam nylons crashed in price from £ 1 to Hs. a pair, and every third pair was free. Men's suits were wiling at £10 instead of £20. with three shirts, three ties thiown in. %  Mild l>u>.— vertrrday—a suite of Furniture, unii oneri return rail I i n you ramc frum in Holland; newly-weds found furiusning firms paying for then* honeymcon. Children's icecream cones uiKali-priced—and there w* ,i free balloon with (.very packet of sweets sold. WHS giving EVERYTHING FREE for one hour. H Hand gone crazy 1 British lour! I finding their florin.* turnrd t<> dollara, JoaoOd kn Ike mod lush fur bargains, and didn't Mdj the whyi and wherefore*. NIEUWENENDUK. Irkfl Oxf.nl street of Amsterdam. teemed like an anthill in the glorious hunt. All because the nhopkeapers of Holland had go* tiicd of looking a*, crammed shelves and empty shopi—sequel to public boycott of high prices resulting from a %  UVMMMBI change of p 'In | The llmrsrv. ifr None can be more ci. thin fantastic Dutch price-war revelrv then Brtl < barely keeping uureast ynl delegates like Wolsh Glyn Williams retorted; "If rearmament is responsible for the increased cost of IIVMI,;. flam thai must apply In the ta'-ia way ;r. f'.ms'n. H has the be %  ilaiy |. rca in the worM." Impossible! Whatever the Government may 10 the problem of the upward surge of prica*, POM ticalljr every aspect of the citizen's life at TTnmoment, the public %  I is likelv to be ntlgfled only witii action that will restart something of tenpay packet's value. Tin nig s..reness of the public was pretty well summed up in the .in u dcb.it.' on the Wednesday niptit when a Member declared the Government reply wa I i rtaen ui advatiee of the cost of living. 'Tito get that over the public," he cbargM. 'It u. almost impossible A .SlH-|.ll,.I That member was a Socialist— Joseph Slater. Durham M.P. Torte naturally perhaps, piled o-i v for the Govenuneit with such dagger thrusts aa that by Edinburgh's ex-Lord Provost. Sir William Darling Rounding on %  declared "You.' Govenunanl six years control of our lives and dethUea, from he Bank of %  ngdand to the babies' bootees. Deai Brutus' i> in ourselves" And Si: v, aw. %  nnd '.he quotation fc> -t.ilb*ng a wicked ilm POCKET CARTOON by OSBERI LANCASTER I oaJfe said Come. f.U the Cup and ia fie fire o/ Sprinu Th' Winter Garment of R"ncm-ace nine-—but let i* B<1J* U.K. Raises Retail Sugar Priee Is It Prelude To tk-Rat toning? B.G. GrantJ Mining t'nii')'Hsii>ns HAJIBOlit LOG ia C.rli.U B.i I'.EOfiOETOWN. B.G July U Tile llovcruaeeM twa panlee. UM U.S. iliu.ncv.1 "WlUems Induelnp, lncnri>onited" %  five ;t*i LONDON muimg CWNMOI U> .xplan t.000 THE MINISTRY ol Pood has increased the retail price j !" ^^^^ "uT & Slat sugr in Britain from Sd to 6d. per )h with effect from urnW te untaiutc. July 16. The controlled price of wholesale su^ar was l ten l.ivs earlier Crotn Wl { I lo 4!*s 9d ptl cwl prua patri uWIM [odti oa of MgW, but uajiei Empire puKiim-.-. whMtl the IHI-II at Ul preer nl level will ore haeo bv agawemen*. irUI nUik>2 l .t.UOn tegu ol raw sugar 0U> %  nbei-s of the House. I announces that the inhen creases have been made nece*of flgii W.l.l > roclu-d5.63."> Bales Of Cotton lion I -rifyaa4.nl LONDON. July 11. "ifohodv in the House wu, torn. Empire countrle* last year pro. Secreta Trade. Hervv Hh In a wide eh* k on HI pruvineml cttieid been found priees were UHTVMM •SJ 1 "*"! %  ""!"}" ."r P:"Id tint d" 1 1 in ,h w>st indies by'the lothing pcteM ^JL l ta,ltl t ' llw A-*.-.. i the Administrative O U-lo the permitted maaJmum, Empire Cotton Growing CorporaThe only hope he held out for UV' ,l "" at the Annual (i-'iiei.il Meetsuffeiuu Billons wu lh-.t ,f the '"g held In Manchester yesterday. prices of raw materials wet.:., X" a letter espreaaUig his regret fall, he would tall a meeting of at not being able t' aU • % %  siig trade to discuss price Har'iey Buwcroam, President of the BtKud of Trade, itraaaad HH Mr. Rhodes, perhaps, would great contribution made to the beneiii from a VHH M Amstrrwelfare of the Commonwealth by dam'i Nteuwcwrndlik Cor a check Ute Corporation's arieeuraaaMMKri on what happens when the houvof seientiiic and %  gjnettltunl arowi(e'< u.itieiii.i-. exhausted. ftreoi In Bttinj countliM. Tlu cotton crop of these rOBMtrlrJ m Mnrm t lotids HJO1951, which is expected newspaper Callup Polls repeal t ., be a record, showed the that rhe Torie~ have lost Bprna irH-e cost ol p i hooaeoold sufjar A single-pvi,. ^ batayegei tfai two exliitini prtc* lev< to rte-iationini:if unraUopi sugar innaiiKsJ a! the suosldlaed price, mm would tm.) Tu hauaeJ Cat their SUppU %  lb. sugar at ail. wTB— %  Bern also been granUU i'tnpurary permission to occupt 1 rrnisaton to occupy and explore C nJH. btl ^ ,ial 5Ufar "*" J 2 mam "* Uie ame durtnet Britain thu year, suflialso for egeuaabite taneaaht* The t-.iish rauonbg. Corrasa—Wa*cimento Exploration B.l'.f. p;irtjr left Ge orgetown city today. ^V esl Indies Al WeslmhiBler Acid Stomach t WIM Indies Kcviinrnt IxiNDON 1 Mouso .f Commons on itaa (Con .... %  le lor War whethMM been taken I gleg Beg*. %  M. fJoadnn Wyatt, Undc % %  Wai OltleereplHi•^t^* i..nt hon. Kneiid is HI cot" itatwarj !,lll! %  "" l* ny i >ghi ham. man • ;i* Secretarj ..f st.n, (,„ n. < olonk ..thli MIIMVI %  W tKHLOagf tieman beai n mind thai Uaforrnej opinion in the Hntish West badki Blttl in ilunteei regunent wbai. p.-. ELEPHANT MEAT IS TASTY DISH LONDON. July || woman reporter %  Eptfej The L M oelleve tlmt the main MgOOn why M' Maurice Webb.-fh.K g tei. h.iv ran lakag) UgW olf the ration is Hint he ha> been nluctant to make any prtci IO|l whieh Mould show in the COg*ajf'lrrind index But houwwives. w hose major food grievances since the war have been r M-mitini i •< .I a bucuel inftudM 1'lU.OOO for detailed lab-.ratory osUfaUoO of the cimdltlnn with Won i lha co-operation >t the staff of thj in ii.n i UnHrarstt) College of the West i cUee,' -B.H.P ( \HIBIT Ol ICA/OKS tOVlKS :1.INW YrARS LONDON. JMO. Mlllkioolre Jam.-. Hand can >"ii nack 3.IHKI years — m Rsagfj .: % %  .. be roiuid inaors erool In this mnttar. I can assure In a l U* la,, ni*,, V^—fif*****, L-eft in U.S.A. SI"' s 'd that the raw meat cooked It was accepted in wartime that like a 'prime cut o! beef OOlj production of atomic weapons slightly coarser should be reft to the United States. In 194H die Minister of Defenc. that •fhalever the mlUtar) madV'it known that "' %  ail types of %  H^*'*" "' '"'''"I* PLX? J£~. modem weapon, including: aU 1-rtnijnt. ... %  wene being developed b.^! prod^ve.^,. peaceful Britain. As recently as Februaiy ^ ^ ^ linii IU Churchill chiillenged the Governxiieie is shrouded from the nicnt .ibni-t aUimic progress in DUU i lc al tuw muiaaul what. rawlLy rlnlntn h Primagnts4r, M. f fc u ]n) Hchieved in Britain. Attloe, i-mphaticallv declared. #rt her in the direcUon of atomic "There has been successful develproduction for war or in Wic asftle opment Viscount Alexander of ol our rraou rces for peaceful Hills-borough. Chancellor of the gtttrnic development. We know — Duchy of Lancaster, defending the Bna ,i y about all we know— Govcntmcnfs position in the Lord*, that Britain has yet to produce reiterated the Premier's statement. B0 atomic lmb. And the lintTlte cnief feature <•! the debate, j^ri organisation, or course, suphowever, was that with the anph>s radio-active Isotopes both iiouncemeirt that Ix>rd Portal, f„ r jdrntific and Indus'.'. %  i Controller of Atomic Energy, is po M .. i: i'.u:.m: and on a limited next month and that his arsile to other countries, ientlfk adviser had alThere is a growim: ready left. Lord Alexander could ttBOUghOUt the countrj that some -no more than he would v n a | re-orgimiflotlon t our ntomconflrm — that Lord Portal vrat i. i \u nonpreliminary step to the announcedollai aroi DOO-dotlar suppuement of do-ratlonlni are tui or, nalritaln Man who h> fought hardest In the ordlna raei ally Ii the last few month* for the .ilxdiceased to 10 or,, the tlon of sugar rationing Is Lord ui,|% Iu.s and the present Lyle ol WesibourM prestdent of ,., ., i„ manufacturer* Messrs Tale 4 Lylr. Lbi UM ,,, lhPh( ,, llIlutIanct s „„ ll(>1 sugar n-ftnerN. He ha. returned think |nj) jhoui,, be |i PLY y*f/f ito tho muck lime and time i li:; „ mi.^.tl,i in speeches ".V !" ^1" • %  nMnaht £?££ "'"'^ sugar (.uppHes ara now ami>Uto Siijor Caae Keaearrh In (-•t I'll' '• .T 'il* I n i i %  in %  Officials the lb use of Common* 01 Mi Webb tu 4 hi* July 4, M. Thomas Iteid i Ubou nave arodvoad arhei s%  i -„• secretary oi figures and have stoutly mainsi.de ha tne Colonies bat retained lha) there fc stIU %  gap I ad by lha be brldgad i*tw.*i Brltali s Itauon, Mauritius lual sug.i the POin reapect "f improvement ol tentlal demand If an r caw romes off the rsjUon COHOOrM, ,!„hii l>ugdule. Minister of renth v ith the BDi t ol Si te u I i ,e|>lied the pi ice increase. Mr. Wol • hon Friend to stated in the Houo of entlUed Suga. Cans ab lu ataoh was 111 only suflh.ee %  „ „.' of 3rd Feb'..! % % %  the % % %  w i i -M D Hut.mi's sugar BUppt) i illy in the Hot nt Comm'in* earn' i" ; .T ,". Mr. F. T. Will. M UVT "wh. • ry to the Mini irj of VJ Food deelarod than ., in %  2.5an,0O0 Inns., ) I %  a suli^tantial riorl 0B hand, bi fore sugar can eoroa no the %  i This p. it', t roar, he said, Brataln an* ic-ive only 2 220.rif|fl i| The most important %  %  i 'it of the Sugar Cane I Stfition has been breeded which nra n ovei IHI per aacd .,f the a arts and ba been larfejy roapoaaBaai for Uio . i i>.,( rocani yaan. Good work has alao l"eii done on such lha Mi-vejof the soil m the eane bolt, the UivaataaoUon Of the i.iitntional dot IMPORTANT NOTICE We will be improving our Downstairs Premises beginning from Monday 16th July, but will continue business on the Second Floor as usual. We solicit the co-operation of our Customers and the General Public. CORNER STORE MANNING & CO.. LTD. CONQUER PAIN %  bv En|oy the hospitality, comfort and thoughtful servIca which hava mada PAA tun Hi mm ot vasaroo travelart the world ovsr. 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FlOUOf RITO.. limmo-., t AIM try FLEUROIL BRIUIANTINE Make* (he hair left and gJouy .tn| ti.d.ias* NOW WHIi URKAM II"' ^S / I ( \ .Suap ' " BtRUllful V W I I V\ •re aiird ..I ni Ma VJ / I f\\ 11. :.uly >ti-^ \\ IIKIAM is pio.lu.i-U Ii m t--" X\ %  I %  n.ilii.l f..rn...ln lrl."l HI _> SKIN BLi. .•' '.|..l I.I II"' J TO H.. It I. .%  I...I... .1 .2 I'll. 11. are ; *"• :., -I..,, .(....i j..1 ,| M -.....I i.i.-l.i.lI..• 1.. 1 1.1neii ..1 il" %  • s*2 / %  "*' "'"i "' '' I "' '%  i' i'-"" 1 • /,MtMUlk— IUM" -•". i" bnn ". ; f SikmSBkwkm^ ,.,, ,1.,,,. ,.l„.l, ...... ben Hi •• J •' I j-^^^T -' ii ni.. 1 G able aiid H • ..r|. ,n i' U P ' •naacnr ..st*.s-n sraas. •--* -I... 1.1111. IHIK ff.,ir It.tl'J. Trail* lm i *.n.r* ran i^'ii'JiL I" "" l'l" n a Cel in tonrli iinm''diatrl with 71 M aVBaiesd I aasdasa ppaers, I. t,ri in nu< li v. 11 ii lbs Caaadiaa lr. FOREIGN TRADE SERVICE I ;••



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I W.I IOI II BARBADOS kDVOt ITC i UD .1 il LI IJ, 1931 BARBADOS ABROGATE t. ^ t --.— .1 MM br th* Aa*nm ^. I.M JMI v. artdi*... I rMaj, M] 19 i"-.i Mil 1111) PARTI 7 FOR KMM yma public conoara has grown >vcr the absence '* i • h icier, in Ulli llland. The condition I by the conlinuod increase n| v<>hicli-s OH the roads. Elghti i introduced tinnuiitt-r In 111 House %  '.. i iiment to tend down 1 legislation for coi At •rfcaol fatal tnd many others causing injury itrlans and damage to "lucles. n the Courts occasionally with letioui toai and Inconvai lance t" people who had bix-n mjure>f v injured people ind recover} %  i i to others. This could d by Compula ry third p The suggestion was rejected by the ||mr i i OUnd that there was riot sufUctonl justification, either by way "i the number nf accidents or tinnumber <*f vehicles on the reads, to warrant i pulaioi o w ners nevertheless took the precaution to insure their vehicles >i merely tor Third Party I there have :i ntS, t<> which publication been given, in which b ras td-wfa have been killed outright without any pp>. n for the dependents. And thaae were unable to have recourse to the law. HOI IKdenied today that then foi Oampulaon Third Party Insurance. Figures compiled by the Police show that there were 521 accidents in r > months with 115 occurring in the month of April. A d the number of vehicles are ever m11,,..., K --*-;, mmmm — 9w vmwiM ered ssibihly of an inere.i n number of accidents without Instituting the ra eeaaary safeguards for public protection Only the (lovernment can do this. Bui Can A Jiittt Vani %  .• %  vanifth uilo UUn %  t matter %  r Watson." i. flUing 1 t. I !..k,. il. BJ %  • %  i yi>u diiappei'i without trace? I^HS of peopla arould iik;<'i i Uuddriver. AfUT latunaj m, day. But i didn't The Oil Star Uncr llumerk .... d .1 midnight and [rack ooad I'd bad Noa Did i do Iho murder? Aha : Wouldn't .vm uka to know One nf the neatest vanishing .it ,.r all Urna was performed In tr. Victor Grayson. joiiii. \1 I'. tor Coin* Valley. To the nu*MIn wln.li hiM.H Ml .vcrb€(dy jrcutric HI I:N \KI \\H KVIII H ..Mfurl lor /rtumml h without much easier, mj %  for people who %  iia*v-<*4 aiminu V P. 1 HI 1 -' Ulttr I us wjtay liplomatn who for nme realtor. ippaar The onf %  JSV bee iue when th< ill hlng took plac nutxxty knew what was K"n OH • took any nal By the lime people had begin u thetn, they could hav <<>n>pleted their arrjnHemenl* fOi ,' i their plan. But whnt nbout tha poUcal Th I il i>e are looking !Sui^l J." t l 5 U ""'!' 1 ""T 1 f r ,hl m Thtlr Picture* and Ml and nod* at tho deirnption* have been atudlH l | %  f it and Ibaa i.i,-. -,f ihmisands of people. anough, hut then w> hav dn't aiiu.diy tea the ptetui n Reeat You've forprttet okini in. arhlsky and aln na "f ihe reason %  .. %  -Hi ranuSuni laal ao hard. He dJ limply .., down fur a Wanied . nd %  now ha wai Victor Qntjrson w (; %  u i i did HI Hi. ii. i busk Snap! it Goea Paople sometimei disappear afUhoul They'd aive Bv % %  t II ; In have dinappaared. bput lh.ni. They i people with ami i thi r mindi .. %  bar suoa, ID t % %  12 • I v iij;'i. 1941 Ike Con B oth at Burton-on %  When .nutted an. tiiiirdei he is hunted pretl %  .'. %  en the < % % %  • um I u pollceaian you can be aura %  nutliinK i '.< n 'u **.i> ooa. o look Ilk %  .i >" %  :.' — L-K.S. Sterling -And Its Convertibility LONDON, Jurj 1 h. i, A i tin*the Chaniill.n Of 1 maka inquai %  %  I) tatement on the gold and detUl i serves. Thl^ UI.I prota ibly ahow that nlthoiiKh %  quartet ol tin rate of In i I an ilowe down bj receni world ooounodlty prices duo to ickenlng <>f """ %  W.V' 1 i • t taring on the current i i bull) Tot. %  %  %  i. big partli ul irlj ..i ve M i 1 % %  %  l auad In %  aroui IrnplleaUoni foi < nonwaalth Wi to Ihii country %  . %  ; %  %  n their trade with Canada r>as Althuugn leences I i %  i • . Ublllty ol lerllng Into dollan ( inaduin or i %  Li remain I I .i' .. i vti down la the rati 4 our old ind dollai n ervaa, %  %  %  P r aa anl movi I i i that the British ">*y De velvs not only %  lo i i' valusble i'.i!inm;~ It I bul IBM .. we tkcrnii): of our d< Uar poslUon rep] ice t %  i" The second Indication that .... bj the p raa an l trend ol out ovei aai trade, Tl %  By ROKAMl BOXAM. draaUeaU) than %  and this together with the lad .nts baye H, incn result ot llti I in an ade I i Hi I month %  ol thai real equal to the tradi %  .. ii There i from u mce i i .. nil )\. %  i "iir dot] undouol commodity pricea from thi | %  ma lime. i Ince it wai obvlouj thai DOt continue inBl its reel i.t bJgfa level overtures batn %  %  lion in WO) I %  tnarkeis If poUtlegl tension Ii further ea %  % %  %  Korean month* Y Lght have a walcoma %  I %  iur dollar-earniig proapacl %  Id It in' aarui : be i jioli! and d In larmi .! |S38 in .bout onequarter l | II value. ii Tit. end ol this year i i el wai n.'i.-AUantlc i hi due i" comment %  i III mean %  In our i 1 'Ail thimust Inevitably result 'it a flowing down of progress toward i taxation of ex .truls It should not b> Hint the Treasure from tin . Kperlmcal In converl blUty thai followed the 194 Amerfcrm loan This showed th M %  %  tlal condlUona must be 1Kb an expeiimen. an igaln The first >. form "f agreomenl mui DC .t,.i..-.i wrm irnon n tn u av if for the "freotlng* i i fundSi and the iseont thai % %  %  i %  %  ''ids mui t balsnoad n A., largahj ii.Tau.sc then teul mi the "fraaa i lei ting balances that In* i it i onverttblUty hw %  i %  queneaa, Bui evei .iKsuming such an agreement couli ii. lened before ooni %  ttempted, 'he proh U-m of our balance oj | would rcninin. if theac payment %  bra hoitiit of steilmie would In medtateu i asl %  I in lor dollars, and our res.iv. would th i lund ou i i v.i i >i they could rlnanee the! %  .quiremtnts. Phi would probably result Ii i rapid run-down of our gold an< %  n %  !'% %  and hnd ourselves back in the positloi %  !"i' Mai hall Aid and devaluation. Thai is not to say, howevet r.viiiibdity. wdl neve rome The British Govcrnmcn •nleps this their ultimat in., in i.i'i. they are hound undo %  i B vtton Wood and other llnancial agreements t' R iids tins end But unti I .it and economic horizon . ai man M is %  i onverubllHy is >tiii ai unlikely prospect f.r the naai future With tlu iiresent >iluartion in Persia ; oceaipjrlasj ihe attention ol the hole v/orld. ihe mwiorlanir of nil is a topic alln tin : I lie remotest corners ol ihe -lnhe In this article, the reader catches a glimpse of the way in which oil helps to keep the wheels %  of civilisation turning. Where The Beluga Blows LONDON Just about now. a grand gathering of Eskimos i.s assembling at one of the most lesolato stretches of Canada's Arctic coast. The name of the rendezvous is Whitefish. It s here at a shallow bay opposite Richard's 'slar.d, that the Eskimos of the Mackenzie River converge every July for their brief ;ummer 'big game' fishing season. Their quarry is the formidable "Beluga" — the eighteen-foot half-tun White Whale. Between July and mid-September, these whales come in their hundreds to feed at thi* remote spot. Fur the Eskimos this means at invaluable opportunity of stocking a wintelarder which would otherwise be bare. At Ins moment, countless watchers—men art women, young and old—ere lining the blufl overlooking Whitefish Bay, their eyes strainng for the first flash of silver betokening thi coming of their prey. Once the alarm is shouted, the bay becomes a scene of frenzied activity. Scores of small jut powerful motor schooners chug out t battle stations*. Their decks arc packed with Mirrels of gasoline fuel—obtained from a reinery on the Mackenzie River some 500 mile: iway. Soon, the boom of harpoon-guns and he crack of rifles echoes and re-echoes acrost he water, mingling with the excited yells he hunters. The men tow each 'kill' to the beach and then hand over the carcase to the women, who do all the subsequent cuttingip and dressing. Especially prized as a lelicacy is the 'muk-tuk'. the fat which clings 0 the whale's skin and which is slashed Into liamond-shoped hunks and often eaten raw fhroughout the whole period, the chase goe;. m with unabated energy. The 'midnight sun' is welcomed as a means of continuing iperatinns almost 'round the clock': meals ind sleep are snatched as and when a lull in he hunt permits. The women—working In earns of four—race from catch to catch. ;arving up an entire whole in less than hnlfin-hour. The coming of the oil-fuelled schooner has nade a tremendous difference to the Maeearaaaa t^Uim-^ >nd tnkon u nr*.wt <| OB l f th*oersonal hazard out of their annual whale nunt. The schooners bring not only the lUnters and their families but also then log-teams, sleds, tents, food and other equfpnent—all packed in sardine fashion into one imall communal cabin. It seems incredib'c hiit these tiny craft—no larger than the iiver cabin cruiser—can transport Yet mishaps are cxtremeK lew. And although the hunt is a matter OJ heir very survival, and therefore something lo bo undertaken in grim earnest, the Eskimo. make the most of its possibilities as a socia ICCeston, The tented town that springs u[ ilong the shore hums perpetually with gossij und laughter. Only toward the close o September, when the harsh, chill wind.* blowing from the polar ranges to the nortr drive off the last of the whales to warmc. waters, do the tents vanish and the schooner -iisperse until another year CLOSED FOR REPAIRS Advocate Stationery Ol ll in: \m us SAY h iimily I'/aniiiiiM I ,,.• Advocate-lUfUU) citation on iung*' in >our "Our Fa i %  %  i i ; l'.H.. n lew pre I i Mind* d vn \ v.i ii the vie* • %  i M lain people on but rt u initeed veiy dinVult lor U DD jrpe of plrmninK un'il ation ol faaulU Wi %  : %  ., % %  .i %  :. % %  %  %  maintain famlllet when hi have v, %  y \. 3ehi en Lndu ti le ao ) have ipable <>( ti.-: %  aioiiK regional lines and we can only plan along region l lino* when we, m the-e parts, dedde cea find work for the sood nf a West Indian • as of religion, claas or ereed. Trie writer I ' ... | u ..f the fw. %  lv means ot achlavlng the recognUed familyUfa) bargain and conti fumiUc* ure secondary What kind %  .the family DVM I who Is brim: D %  to rearing them %  . ., an] ncquln %  a m in t.i make lam i il1 11 of kaeplng her In a certain trd "t material comfort, tn*an> ol our raan-folk dodge II .ui.i maro -folk are la plight 'hen troth of "w< ith" i< %  > iruj men >i—not tin-1I Uea" i n women ratliei lhan maka %  i life purcbaaa, avoid it and love one •he way they love inuttc i in %  mui di Bar%  of imi i %  i n. i if we do %  i lc dlfncultlei %  Itially %  .'i. PI I !' ration lalmlni that Uu II) The men ii wltho red Into %  to Uq .. Obllihlnea. (In THAT SLIH)i:\ IIE-VHT ATTACK IS NOT SO SIDDKN .. bj I: %  !>; %  If u I ,ir %  apply %  %  pop %  : LOt ) are %  res it. Il> ( II M'M \\ I'.M III R) A DOCTOR i'""%  %  i to ex how he believes U ha lain n .'..T.I l).*. Lester Moi %  earb warning tl %  toi heart trouble. Until now thei itlctpatlng Q .... rhromli %  %  %  %  %  the new lo have menl fi>, prcvanl %  %  %  I %  I N %  .i irv artrrlr* —wfa TiuUaenaga I But 1 %  S i %  %  I Ihe RMVI %  %  %  The Mood builds up like rutf inside an iron The gununy sabstanee, which h collitlehuk- circulating in the itream. If the Bmount UH ahnormauy the) nmclude that the rlafly likeiv to St i coronary thrombosis •i .. | out %  ai patients at Ihe I .< Ana) 1.1 n TBI Hospital. io nibai genl tnedloa) htathdl the teat ignoa laaceptilo h. t trouble In three oul nf evei i oui He s:re(., i ni Mi rep m pabhm tha Mat U tni 'i sreo* sad *.ir piat read 1 ; i -i wj ei kal at which Morrison for people llkel> t.> op heart Iroubli i in eholestcrol Avoid— ii-.' %  %  heart suffer. i Cream Ki." %  meat, l %  ; %  %  %  Milter. margarine and anything made %  You a oere energ> feel longer. -t. r %  Colonial Students' Problems LONDON, July 10 Colonial relations are being harmed by il>< J>UIKHS which have caused Colonial Studenti tn protest vigorously %  gjainal an order to leave their hostel at Hans Crescent, Knightsbridg* in Ltmdon's West End. lo make roon tor freshmen, says the London Times, in leading article commenting on the protests. "When it was rightly decided some year JIKO to provide large facilities for colonia students to (jet their education and tramin in this country," says the paper, "there ayaj far too little consideration of ways ar< means; and the British Council, like the Colo nial Office welfare department before it. h now feelini; the effects of this improvidence "At the bottom of the trouble is the ultitud. of some of the students to segregation. Wht the British Council took over its new respon itbUities, it was widely taken for granted tha segregation was a bad thing for students trtu had come to England as much to learn Enc Ugh w.ivs of life as to pursue aWSKaan %  < studies. "So the numbers of students aQCOmSM dated in hostels were cut down, with the In lention of putting more of them into families and lodgings Among the students them selves, hr'wever. there is a strong core win prefer | ( h %  segregated in hostels, with other) like them, and it is these who now see them %  elves threatened again. "Almost certainly, the advantages of disthese coloured students among th( population have been accepted too uncritically and the difficulties have been treated too lightly. Perhaps, for the African, the jump From his home life straight to an English home is toe big.—U.P. II 1II4MISI The ideal FILLER for repairing damaged surfaces on Plaster, Walls, Birch. Wood etc: For inside and outside use, Can be washed or painted over. -BAWL PLASTIC" An Asbestos plunging compound, especially recommended for fastening Screws lo Stone, Concrete, Urick and all types of masonry. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. Successors to C.S. PITCHER & CO. 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FRIDAY, .11 i.v i:, IMI HAKHADOs M)\(K Ml I IVI BUTCHER FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER In Rose Hill Affray V III A K ? PH CUMBERBATCH -.„%  >[ I Ml 51 Petal %  • *dai <->i Iccil Jackman, iiv.il In the now district on June %  '. Cumberbatch stood calmly m hut dark guit, trace of emotion as ha IIST ned to Ru Honour the Ctuei Ju Allan Collyrot n the deatn sentence. "After an argument lor two sdiich Cumberbafa deter bad lold the Jury. "Cumberbatch r^n shirt till • ich-long kiuf.in hU hand. He leaped in-twit h an und and sent I knife in Jacknun 1 • ik'ht Inchn and I lulls. 1 12 v.%  ilice Band To Give •'• • %  iiii Concert M Chili \\ illou Uca Band -n I ntral Si'aClub Willow '. July ,'H. \i\.'.a| '.'.'cdjiesd. One WM Cumberbat The :, # : 4 ber and M Jackm Mr. (i it Nil. tor rumberhj.i.ii and lfr 4 w w BoUeltCN nantrai n r iba ''i genetic potent! U i't.ictmed for m.n.Itttl )etoreOffl %  hkh lire Russia "H is not vet kno Wunark In Brit'balgredeoi breed of cattle wi! . .. ,. i ted for UM touui on for man : i". %  I ,i | %  • ni 1^ high %  ifiii.k B&raa 1 '""""' • < |.rr.lt. %  .(•II. %  1 amir n>* ' %  1 s. clod 1 %  %  • %  %  i COD IA1 Hank Notes Replaced By IIla nl. \ olrs i,. >. j ctawo WM n iit %  %  r cumu,I'owuiiis; lic-clectcd n pwruu fresidenl Of stock Jaekmuft lister h.ni h k'fl told her the elation. This too* place at the Id tha THIS IS NOT A ntTK It l i poUto whlrh .. nhupkeeprr ol ll ml. Hall buuthl Irom poutu vrndur on adBtasiBJ The IMtUlu looks like 4 durk whose n-iili.?--. arr nr-.tlj rr4iurd ...nl K Miuattina at rr*t. It hathe two baUntlm rurvWJ whore thf %  aekeM ol A duck* ndBKH Mould be and two Indentaiioiis where duck's r\rs Would be. Housewives Will Get Natural Gas In Oelobe BEGINNING from about October this year, houacand others will be supplied with natural gaa instead Ol tha present type of g Uied and \v\\\ then foTe Ret RlOTe Value for then money. %  uppued from i wall it Turm H ver> hitch beaUni quaUtj which onl) require* aboul hall the %  i %  it ns M q it your* Ui %  '"" %  :! %  <' '.: %  ..: .ILI :| %  t .,.. ihe Can Amendment BUI has passed its various stages UUVUStl Ixitii Houses of tlie I.< the public will he film! In 1 tlnj the Qovei n li natura nd eaaant 'if the ('U1OMI.II Oftlce which .Mil t,ik free) Drum uPi i. co-operative Imei run mukii Island's dair\ herd* iii l! whether this %  0* ...... II limited miounl ol ili s uiiri.it T %  t: IQUae) of 't.-k i •' %  .; %  : bomeone's goin to WIM WITH SPAIQ1NG OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT baeta, the capiui tir>t ce • H |UJ • i I i i i" memben or lnhw> at one In the i. ealltj (inirol Mi-.'siircs Hoard now i IIK mosi ,,i the centrw safeguard the -i ck ownai b tnforcad b) ih %  Mn.c i %  n ijitun ihc advantaai of Artitlcii.i ttlon over natural serview nan plaaa. 1 \.Uh the %  i.il lni*nilnniii w en re i'i Hami %  .;..,! %  r |d : hi iin. .II r %  imc I %  i %  %  Ol t I S P A I 0 I N C R 0 S. LTD ^reetiVrV AKSOI-'H Peittani litenee Wr olli rtad nelghbouriiii farm* i • n Mm To v tho centre from which th developed I \h f flv dlffei nyt Ihe Man 1 i co-operaU vi I "rrom Initial expa i woul Annual McetmR at Ihe Chamber \ sattf-^araSR'nsK.sws JM.' Ihe tried to pacify hi would see unii The day after the murder ... , commitle antaje ,s 'he p* vi nii.ui ,.i %  pre Ml il H 1 real dl 1 %  .1". B "I'll. .llH.lll. i T: lehomonloaui I • .> 1 : %  Another freal edvantai %  ilnjjle ejaculate from a hull %  diluted ip to I In 100 end Ihti could be used to insnsnlnata ..^ It can thu'J ue seen that :. neat deal of goini ArUflctal [nsemlnaU u-oik can be dene t. improve Uudahrdta future preduettv* cap brol a dairy herd. nus". howevw heir l )t Vll luK you aro certain of tht* lend HIT. ibUlUai ol the bull which is such matters u mllh > %  being used. 00 Ihe pro "It in lor this reason lli.il the geny of ceil nil I PINEAPPLE 1 CREAMS *v/ i# < tun i\<. Aezjvjnr is $14.tMin. Three which should haw dollar noti ad rive ralue ..f ss.oon other officers nppointc,! srara %  1 L Bealj and Mr 11); Sir John Mill saint. Ml w Bpringer, Mr. 34 c. U the natural gas lUpply tobei The basli price Axed 03 the 11 cants to the publi ills to ti %  1 bul the (nation huill up. I I %  I it > %  small Uon of th. he 1 ,111 I"' made tne %  *'i 1 oi-ki.r %\blrh •haulsk have eeetaiaesl MM dollar iiot-s u..s tumid to he lil.ldr Up o( blank shrcls ol pjprr in %  n' tut to hank note sl/r parked and srjlrd. Thr Police *rr earrviiut out fiirIber investliallon-. aughler and not murder. ProiHMxilion (Members of the Oofnmtttes ol l the 1 ',,..".,./ ..'..-wiVu ***** ssaar* ne-aasd. rrcna gpaicleni omn noewtj or lire Association to branch line ihroti 'ion must nece ssa rily rabe j 1 dak | Roebuck duee n.urder tO manslaughter." Wlirl.icr l.rkio.n struck Greater Rum Track With U.K. Possible SPECIAL AT i>mn xi \ sun 1 101 MM. v KNIGHTS LTD. Hops W ill Be Used To Trace Criminals The Police AJ %  the l)is%  tuii: ''onstruetor" Loads 5,800Toiu of Sugar The motor vessel OeJtsffkui Constructor (8,93 is net) i-n%  %  Ltd) and a Co,, Ltd.. nre ihipplnc the sugar 1 tho tw, Bra brtown or snd one Cumberbatcli once. twi... Ihree limes, he had given birth lo provocation Mr. \ilis waived Ihe lirsi attack by Jaeknun and lold ihe Jurj that there WM a lernlic onslaushl on cumberbatch with a stick by Jjcki.i.n which caused Cumberbatch in lo-,t iibalance and coolness. atT. MUM ciled a case to snow that if after reconciliation Uie one renewed Ihe atNkCk *nd Ihe othrr hid a deadly weapon un him and used it. mere would have been evidence which mtghl reducr the crime lo manslaughter. *()np blow Is resarded b* the law aa belns grava pros ....ti.,1.." he said "The question fa." he arrucd. "had he time 10 set possession of his reison." He did not. he s*id. The Attack was too swift. They should attach little |o the evidence ol Jarkman's sisirr. Mr Mies told Ih. |urShe had given the suisei|ioii lhal Cumberbatch wenl home for a knife, that he save a • hreat s. be went and returned running wllli the knife in hU *iaaff She. he said, could not have been speaking the truth. No other witness has seen n> Mi. c. <:. II O'Neal (Set ratal 1 %  and Registrar). The statamant m %  ecounti and "Most <.r the residential the Iteport of the Committee of are alieiuH covered l UW OIIIM Management for Ihe year ended arv gas malnl Which strel December 31. 1000 srare nttopted. the La tan ltd at one end to The Asaociatlon decided tori % %  %  '* ir Hall Terrace %  tha othei 1 subscription from $2.00 end. They Include all tht to J3.00. pal streets In the cltj end suburbs The Chairman Mr. C. L. Scaly These low oressure mains arc on Iwhnlf of the Association exnrled t< gh In Mi A I'. Se for the good work he hud rendPrno OCdaUon during the time he was Secretary. Mr. Beale suitably replied. the high presaure —SAYS CAVE THKREISa potential trade for Barbadoi rum in Ens land bul a Kraal deal more advei IIMIH' ii needed, Ml R Cave ol Mesera c^\--. Shepherd e.Co., Ltd, told Uu Adveeata yagtardaj Mr. Cavi has just returned from England repreaented the Isarbadoa Chamber ol Commerce . vi ..r. crop hoi 187,000 tons equivalent of sugar I n d molasses. Ihe Advocate was told yesterday at the Department ol Agriculture. laid hi > record and is some 2X00 tons more than what 'mated. All factories have coa*?d hmgs fhc has seen 01 } the thing She w. the tvpeof witness who Bel* 1 . Pln< tOOth : I I I Mangoes — all kind* od | are plentiful everywhere m Bridgetown nd in the country. In the shops and alleys of tne City, hawkers' trays are mostly idled with mangoes which they sell at prices ranging Ung operations, it was a Mangoes arrive bv Schooners %  . day from other WL islands and pott! awaj irom daj I Hut In some of the trays, the buyer will find ui.nines — mostly ti t — pines, bananas, plan1 11 Britlah Empire He said that um 1. quite well-known in Englllng well iivwliciv luguor is sold ou will see the Jamaica rum 'When asked by penile .,!-„, the products >t Berbadeav 1 said M; ( ave 1 would uturau) 1. % %  :-: t .in.l ium in the flrv place 1 was siupilsed to has I I ....pie th;. J .1 1 urn bul ni 1 Barbados' That is why I think that If Bar 1 .ados rum is to take the marki C Dthta, presented %  bouquet passenger traffic from the UnitKfngd West Indies rial|sH Value "Th" 1 pinion da 1 nates .,1 ih.l-mfel %  %  || uu w*i %  Ii put up Bgures %  • %  to the value freight i rfered as a whole, it WOUk be of great help to Ute Londoi Chamber of Comme ci in 1 iittl Up .1 uiM case t-i the PTOpe uthorit 11 Mr. Cave's 13-year-old daiigh'e ..( Clothing Lost In Ftie 1 D i in < .nistrii. let %  1 ,: k 1 .iven will Lhjeh avldenUv is not the stick In the other will.. | BSlUng tl Cefutnsctor id that the stick which w 9 used %  and limes. \ in season. .s-kin* 6 cents each for 1 % %  %  and limes The stick she gavo iH)llce was split and worm eofen and if it had b* have broker Th II Othf I tl r. oadt t CORNED BEEI they : Whole stick. M irnporter can order %  I OOO 1 % %  % %  m .a Page 7 Licences will be issued at fy C01 rol OfBces to Impot npply for quotas. The 1 e him pi It will be 01961 per 1 OIL-MEAL COMES % %  ree thousand %  1 -. %  % %  : Akiia gosmer. 1 be "-."er ahw urouuht 4800 000 ix of sugar nal machinery for Andrews Factory Uaaa Haanirr lafl %  $24 FOi< BODILY HARM i rt of l i. end shinr> ... t Bo lad n ill Tenantry, the pro pe rty of Lilian D I b] inebOUt 3.IS pro i Wednesday. Clothing valued at 60 was also %  in up I %  %  i ., ,i a... i ''. ;-. a more lertaui end attempt should !-• made to n'lvci % %  ,,, Askeo be forwarded to the l'""'' 1 '"" ha wild, -'asking then, to UM M ^tractive to steamship Itnea lo ursBertake i. % %  1 i ommcrce The requ e st CH bt i make the present I Cave, came rron Ihi B> ; ibera on the In .t the honorai %  nv mhet Mr Cave said thai be had sec .i picture of the %  vent In tru "Advooast %  i trj pleased i i<>"k up n this little sei vice which niv daugh ti bed beet i compUnuml I • Bat bade %  %  Jl ST AKKIVKO IM in \\ cam STAIITIi.XA s% t.ltOWKSA Obtainable from H. JASON JONES & Co.. Ltd. a -Sore Mouth Loos* Bloody Tcclli Amman i.i II • i ii..*. Am os.in Tor Pyorrhi* —irmrd Mania \ P. And K COUld 'rale lined William I h i. $2* rot Sflauglu I 1. The tine is to l>e pc clays or two month*' mi orison %  %  as in i %  %  n tadmt l • In II. %  M.ST PEOPLE KNOW BRANDY AT IT'S BEST MARTELL BRANDY %  '" This fine old. world i< l I %  %  < DAV. i M \ 11 i i STAXSFELB. sum A II. I.I It. MORE AND MORE MEN ran CHANGINO TO ... K SHOES DAILY Becauso Ihey have become convinced of KV Superiority. HI Id Mil. THREE OF l ill M \\V VERY GOOD REASONS FOR THAT SI riltliiKin \ 11) 'K' SHOI S in made troi nlitaiiuiljle Hot I lUgndlaated for flexibility and accurately graded by skilled ei;iltsmcn. uu. I I'l'i its : K sinus an hand-out gnd matched ! %  man wiih o care thai no mat ne could Imital c.i -K' MIOLS ..,. made over tl PHIS FTTTING i A3TS with one fitting nai rower than Ihe foi i gngun it the het lii tin %  \Vh\ not come III and !•• %  lined srlfh %  pair of these world famous shoes > \\ ,. %  ,,,. mi rOU'll s;i> like all Ihe oilier K Wl ,.. iI'l.l. NEVER vvi \i( win mi; -.11111 111 T K HARRISONS I DIAL 2664 5 Sola D! tribnlora f,„ K' SHOES In Ii..,'-„'.,. s % %  ••• %  •SS.-.W.:::::VM:WSSSSSSV.V^SSSS M : WIV S£ WE A BASKET FOR E I iJtt 1 ## HPOSE! IV\ !/. I'ltUI II l \WI.V. SHOPPING BASKI i^ I -.IHI. >.'.1(1 N| ;; | ,, WASTE PAPI i: BASKETS WJI -v He. rich MM)I(V BASKETS UMmth II Ul\f. BASKETS S3 no A si :,n ,... i, Mti;i IIICI IKFAS1 BASKI TS H I I ami SI.. H ,,,, I, IIII ITU \s BASKETS t KE1 BASKETS I/and I/O • 3W Call .,i Hi.. II, MI,. Product* n.-i"(\\i siii:iiii:n A CO. LTD. HOME PRODUCTS DEPT. 10. II. It, I I %  BKO UI ITUI I



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. Ili.Y O, MM HENRV CARL ANDERSON LLU On children's cuts, scratches and abrasions use *DETTOL' IHl MODIIN ANlltirTIC *.'.. . Xm-pmsn—i Paiim'i PM" . />*" %  *' %  **" ., .1 — _: — 'PHKIH goodlook* leU N* t lirv'rr hfl right. You know, too* whru y..ii look il tinpre e tag, thai you ..in'i pal Ban r ol l. niMtrated il I Two-lnnr Itroffii--. Tied I" I'MTY jinn ir t— ^v^ i %  a n thr Joliu Wttta GnanotoB ShMd—-tinrip ^-"Y'\?/| ^-^^wbitli MW >/• ntlu'! Look for it in ft \ leading MttNl in li.iiI..I.U... made by JOHN WHITE means made just right Magntlicant Photo Carda •I Modem British Cats! FLAKES ('.%  t-OJcr ptebflt ecnUim 1 pyato cat*. tf" *. *) tooicvouR BEST .tf I TRY IT! vaseline^ •^ v XVXVlNG's "^ YEASfVITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin Bi When yon take vi:\si-vni; Tablets the effect i wcmdetlul' I'ain vimih**. Cold and %  ins .liviprx-.ir. and vim tvfin to/.*.' tr//.' ThCfc'a n.ihmg el* like YEA&T-VITE —' du ONLY pain reliever which ALSO QtMafni that Book \ V.imii II, So make tun you (fi YRAS1 VITE to-day. REl/EVES YOUR PA/N AND AMK'_S YOU FEEL WELL IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday Only Isually Tins Silver Leal Pineapple Juice 35 Pkgs. Garden Cream Biscuits 53 Pkgs. Nelsons Gelatine (j) 60 KM, Usually NOW :i Tins Koo Apricot Jam 63 .** I Tins Batchelor Peas 38 •" .VI Bottles Frontenac Beer 26 2o D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street il \ \ ii s o n i: II i s il i: s f/Ui mm ffltiEST HlMSH • Wuiilil> PICNIC HAMS •—9 ibi ii n pti id r vw, BACON — 8 H Um ;.I SI 07 pet lb .' SI *0 per Hi I M \\ S PBKPARED FRENCH MUSTARD 33.i:. %  s TOTS Prep ir*d IfUSrARD til :) %  !. NOE In i> %  l.lh pk SKI A A TAB1 E II IS E & SWELLS TABLE SALT Bft l-lh Boi 45c %  SSERT PRUNES I'HINKS ( HT H>nl Mc. iN Ol IVF Oil i FRENCH oil VI-: I ML Can FKFNCH OIL S2U3 -17c enrh A FITTING CLIMAX TO EVERY MEAL AIM Y\l All I III H'S SIMM VI HI It S4.08 a Gallon ALLEYNE ARTHUR & CO.. LTD. "YIH 'II I.HIMIIIS PHONE US — WE DELIVER



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FRIDAV. Jll.V II I:.I BARBADOS XDVOCATI' CLASSIFIED ADS. TBLKPMOMl 2900 The charge, for Hindi Mvruin. DwiM tdMUl and In Mrmoria. • M 011 —1.-.U1. .nd It an (or any number o( wudi ui S eeale per word I-I IM.M KAUtt HEAL E&IATfc up to 30 and • cm, p. additional mud Trrn,. ftbrr ii word* KIM, I-dvB EldK-a M-r lunrial oil) leave her laic raeldenre DMh Vglaty. Si George, fur St Gn %  %  I I p m teat] DeJptiu. King .Hu.ban.i M. %  ... Oladalone Curii. glaon IUM< and Edna -Oil Julv II. It* ( Mi. 04.1i Jr II lair of Uapp Mill f,iiwr.il leave* net late re.ir al *30 p i-i 1<>-day lor Si. > are a*! %  vd .da .igl.'.-1 mm Viui. j IM ni.h i. |1H . I -Sat you n i siVou can purrhoae Si ginu> a) Mi.. we.l Road lor c>an or on term, or u your houae la loo mull and you wan) mor P room you ran enhangc u ,und. and loon „ oTeVr !" %  a iw D'Arcy A Broil. Maa. 11 1 31— in nor l_.n r I MOUI-I <>u Friday ->. > lair ic-day for St. Jimri Cemrtrrt ni.no. air BfSN II.w .iiid IVu1 ii; i A\MHMI>1IMS mJ£S* JHa "" <"ed "ILLU252^ *"" r > "*"•" '•! Ol land S^.. i u 1" tn -w-*h aireai. The I'M,* conU.na Uallri I Boom, ,*,„ bedroom.. H...I.I*I room, "iital convenient*!, laige I?..aemeM ITlreinc UgM ->d Cove,,,mem avatar Inaiallad. The auovr prrmiae* will bact iip law a*r oy Public Competition a( our OH .r Jame. Siro-I on Iriday Uih July ,,. v".V ""p^'^" *i i %  BIBIU Inc Irnant Wl.irn iho hour* of -nd m ii da FOII iii:vr '•"II XaaU-v* 14 '."-J. — o.-* CONU r w.i M \ i \ <.OY.I,\\IF\T NOTHI PanmM Vegkci Main I'aeior HOI SIS I'OSI .SM1STAN? 1 M.IM U aiirt till IKK M. INSPICTOB, Mr.,,,..,, a. Irlfph,-, DrNrt. I / } Oiltft /Vo/#/(*#/! mrnl. (.irn idi. On A Bicycle MadelnBrilaiii %  MS T < ll Jili' root bod 11 1 SI-J KOSC-MOK^ HOUSE. Naai Uaaaiah SI I'coaMalon on A %  approval -• •-roaaaM Aj.. WA.MI1I H %  : raiim uark 11 arnli a N c-il. iwaoai,. 14 Mora w awnfa j tmn a vord k D M. Slin(r. Gr-nada %  Ma Ma n >i>. on t-nday Ui MOUDAY nrsoiir*. <-.i Spirr. SANTA MARIA ll < -':. I •.-. aaaSM f-. >'.' % %  I. r I ... 1 p-r da> (SRANH H dr-ntlal dulrlct under aovrrimirnt H..u.r i ,.., hill I'-ie. from *on pr. : Mirh.rl -,ih II IV StASlDt INNOn Gf....d AnBofJUnj Crt" eooll^i i^l.-ia?"tl H. pr, hd prr| ^'.7^, %£}£. ~ Inapot i .. ., ,i., i.rt.,i ^'and p.m on appU tut pi %  ion Situ .,,..CO %  ppll AUTOMOTIVI, CAR Dodaa Car. I poaa-nerra rir Claaa ordrr N<-(>..Apfri) lort H",. Oaragw il '. tl .. j, CAR: IS4T Ford Prrfca.1 Tynt. roarhwork i II loud rondlllon To bwm al Cour> 1r. .!..i..r II T SIl>i CARfV-Vaiixbiill %  tyrao, ,, baa II %  Parbadua ASSflGafli rl In good order -1 An.Ii. ii : si i r, in p.ifrrl cor INd. 1 : ,. -V,,,. Plrk--;> Momi II urdrr — i;n aUnoat i Sloulr* DruK Slot* Edward* Garaac. In good working !" body Apply or M..I.I..1I Hi-1'...i Slrr. I. l-Mn-r 3M 6 SIIf. ELKCTRiCM. n^y ba Inaprcl-d -l I-.. Vaid. Chrap%  Id* Apply HI PI. Philip. 1 7 51 —I.f n LlVKSTOlii HISCELLANtOlS %  %  on-oily prrparalioi -v firm and win KNIGHT'S LTD ii r it In AMM i nrsi roorNM'ii Rlarl aavlnn rnullf> rtrwan. Mum lr. II ! %  M i S in: II 30. 14 4 In* 3 it Apron* 11 ao rarh RECORDS Charlia Kuiw I and wr will nrdn IM fOH K *s havrnl gol ll In lork A. nI"a o Co lid TSl-tfr and riiiuliiu. i> iTTLE. CATTORD CO. ^^^ 7 7 51-1.1 AUCTIOIf I have ban navarillMDl in Erutivc __. adtn )"i -air by public aurlion al aid of iho Drpaitrnanl of Htali* feM T r .i,,,,_,rt on Irldav nrl Ihr I %  II 1 I tPHBt .v TVI'IST (..i ..... I II l-T'l %  IKIMI'Mi 1.1 \-t Hill 1I rO ... blC AppliCallon* ahould Ui lubmlllrd ir w riling and cnrlo'lng ...pi,. ; %  %  o Lid <' > u;si HI '-ill $590 p.M. 4 The post i T. peruxi of DM %  I HM lh-t :nsi ; uico. ;>lic^nf afeoUld ntivr BjOOfJ trchnw. : I %  i ,'n.l mamlenancr of the > "Ii the Enj;iner-inCbarg, to whom he will he %  %  require IT will „i^„ u>ns ,luty to assist Ibf. EiiKirifi.-ir-Chariie In the worm of supervision of thf plum -it the Pow.-r Station (including HM llefrmrration Plnnl>. Tha PUttaJ s.il;iiv.rii. %  ll 'h In Britain. \ factor* Hi.. %  nsOysti | a made In 1 %  '' I %  lh I i %  iw, apoointed II Mi 14H t> tit. iaTJ4lfftntc< and Bill ri WOHti ClJOfMNM It ^ ...'.ions. Tli-. nun o' defaulting boys. WPTtcas tl ol (1.000000 ov.i U %  ralsstofM, it says. ros. Biggest %  HI IH387 i„ IH38 to 27.545 n ft-ance not j m t MIS( ll.l.ANKOl'S M II |aj ll ha. ..... %  nd the UB IWnag i >-i. A SCOTT UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER i —II on Friday July |](h at Mciara Redl A Taylor. Oa.aar. Chuith VllUgr 111 LlBht Hud win Car IS** M.nl< i I arf • il until 19SI U. pcrfr.: auiublr for Tnl Term* Cash, -i | i IOI up; UCKNSE NOTICI nurmi wp aj not \> i cits si M.. i.... %  a %  .II i. ,,i,i g al Poui Ha l' .nd lo no %  If %  DAU U lor A i \ H I .'.111' h DM '. | IIAIM'/.II I mli't Thp lliiimiiiirl lliniiiiirr .lion, from IBS, Worrrll I win wii hrr rnllraKM of boii.. n„i.i -Idr-iH-. Bank H.H X Hoad oppoatlr OnII,.,. I*.*! Ihr 11-1, July, Ifol „i I %  I i.l.-. Ofaa Piano. Mahog anting, mm and rraNffi %  i brnlwood and folding .halra. Mahog Waggon .ind lablr. lard.. ialo. iron badalKad. Mahogany drcaalng'tablr. mghl chair. waahMand. nrn lablra and prriara. gla
\ I i.l Thrir win be an I. lion on Monday jmh July al JU a.m .. Nr* PUp Appllrnlioni imine School Ui gfrtung l.i .. . 1 ( ..d TliiniialAppli.aiiU in.nl praaanl them %  .. %  i I MIIHIItAT. II I 7 51 4n SPECIAL OFTTR P Van '"' • %  aaaorlrd Jniii* fHM BoUIMl '•'<• tot ""I •S M W A. Medlord a Company. Rlckett Street HttWtO Cl '-HI..', I '.'iT" I" 'I! '' I RS llr*dv peeked in Burlap %  Flag., each eonttMM 41 Spring. '8 >owi of i fh. Pwiatialaag i* %  tl Q.iantnv available Apply to — The Standaid Agrnrv Hdoo Co. 14 Swan Stieet. Pnorie MXO u.TJi—a CASH. BltANK.R. TROTMAN ft C< /turllnnrrrs 13 7.51 nail $1*0 on a,adorn WtLDOKi 'i\ti UAU Heclrr-I.-, in ea of f. %  and 10'a alto bron/i-leal and Mux f.r Acrtylenr welding P.nqulre Aulo Tyre Company. T'a la.. gar and Spry Slreeli Phone *• lfi 7 51—^ I We have Juat received an a*ao" of Flower and Vegetable Seeda Auatralla KNIGHT'S LTD IIIIIKIIIIV ui' I:I\IN .ii have iroublr col* [ lecting your rents from > our tenants win D'Arcy A Siot: to i . mission of and your troubles go. D'ARCY A. SCOTT, i ne Lane fO-DAVS NEWS FLASH act — K V. M P I S DfOINI VKAK BOOK 1950 to 1951 I JOHNSONS STATIONEItV T TO ORDER al JOHNSONS HARDWARE :i. • II oclork. Trri PI ifi.it; \oi II i s u re--da.il NOTICE i ii i in M ri us -' %  for one or more vacant • %  %  r %  ...'. Sciiooi win be race* ..gnrd up lo July Mlh IHl Candidal. loner* In italtencd elrewtatt inu*1 br brlwwn the age* ,.E Appllra'ioni mu.l be forwarded i ai thr paroshiai traaauntr'i Orl offir. hour., an E. annual Ion H %  O S NOTICE B' F-tate of BEATPICI KOIIIH.. NO-nCt: IS HEREIIV OtVKM peiaona having any deb| or ela.ir, agalial Ihe E.Ialr of RealfLe Turd, laie of King Edaara Road Bank Hal In Ihe iwri.h of Saint Wich.el wlm dlrd In Ihit ui.-knd Pn ,he Igth da Februaiv j|. ,-. r*rby rt-ju.rn •end parnculara of then claim, dill) •itnted to Ihe undri.igned Hiloa |i. of Culloden Road. Saint Michael, tl q.iallrled Eaeeutriv of Ihe WIH of n Deeeaaed In ear*e of Meaar. I, i \i tlarke a Co Jimr. St.rrl. nndgr.,,Sohriton. ..n or before the 31*1 d. nl July IBSi after which dale | aro proceed to dirlrlbi.te Ihe a.wi. ol ll — uong Ihe pa" %  hereto having regard only to au. r'alma of whirh I ihiil inn, nonce, and thai 1 will not be liable for Ihe a.*n* or any part thereof .o to any perann of whoee drot or claim 1 .hall nol then hav had rat Ice. And all peraona indebted lo it* .-. Eatale are requeated lo ae" debtedneea wnhoul delay. Dated HI. 11*1 day of Ma. 1S5| HILDA qualified eaarulrnt of the Will of Bretilre Fordr drcraard IJOCdk I.H KNSi: NOTIt 1 I .id.. M l..., :ta of ltd) vi-' '"I 10 Ml Ul reepecl of a board %  %  Mich -aid liquor %  T I \ ,i. I I. .I> I .,, i A" JiHIN II.'IIV l. A| N B. Till* a pc I II p.. h. i 1 ,i 1 ..-i M II %  K A r.' I.OSI A MM .Ml No A-JS1B III reaper .i-. am* of Hi1 Secretary of lift .. %  liidav am. Julj IffSftl %  • %  m ihnrea. Dated IhW Third day ol July ISM. JF Af.Al'.n Stopper Heads Give Man New Career Stalin Motlel Is U.S. Favourite '• %  • %  >' %  . at, Ki %  .i.n ton, mark %  sent them as .i ^ifi [„ ., wlthoul knowing i %  : %  oni of Mi. Churchill, one pi Uncle Sam and ihe third ol Joatfl Stalin, A few ..k, tatsg larM onlen %  u& %  i. . %  %  Uaplayed In l tboa And || of IheiB wanted the Stalin modi I i fashion das ig a e i ud worked lor to All thi Eneh model had to be he and then h;ind-p..int.>d Soon Lot %  "" %  Pal ,. other wot Added In P, I D i. Charlie Chaplin, Mr Attlee and otKeri Oxford undcr%  raduataa wrote. K..IMIH U darsana of their proressors' fact asked lor bottle -toppi i %  A London club said all their ive .. pink tie. B iant bottle rto] i" i made ;.-. %  and ni theii own i u K inii.i From W h ;i t was | I %  has built hlmsell Ha i^ arauaad thai "i< %  the Jot Stalin heads an the Ai %  but all the world m. Churchill I. I s Lttsj gtudy of tin the iMinniUtCe contends %  lf n*li*;ion and get without ha dlrratance between %  i HH> trouble is utlnbutei io adveng, miiutnces of the Us', war. More .named wiimeii 1 I .. %  %  n %  wnii the result '!• %  i angj home |o I a was a jumb-j ling up of hum.in iii'-gs* ul JH i.fc.ig almrliig of ev.-ivthm* rrOBI rlothmg. With parental lovg and atssaTJaon Lukm,; the %  %  qufancnr, Poor i:\ainple Sri %  Dei sat BUCxt ;i POM i Xample bo lumi-sty, self-ri'strim and % %  '"'VITJIUV," say 8 the report. %  "-ti.it the) Mirpris,la not thai the ch tow standards but thai their slandaids run % %  | d.." i i i. %  commends UIIIT %  :"i hil.tli':i I -.-h.i.'l %  i apt sjnptVgynanl •nl> duntiff si-hool hours. 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JOURNALISTS "STOP" ARMISTICE TALKS U.N. ISSUE ULTIMATUM TO COMMUNIST CHIEF KAESONG, Korea, July 12. NEGOTIATIONS for a cease fire in the Korean war were interrupted on Thursday, when Commu nists refused to permit the Allied free Press to enter Kaesong, where the talks are being held. Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy, chief U.N. negotiator, sent the following ultimatum to the North Korean Gen eral, Nam U Nam, chief of the Communist negotia tors, by helicopter at about 11 a.m. on Thursday "There will be no further negotiations until, and unless, Communists cease all interference with U.N. authorized personnel or convoys." Fourteen hours later, no reply i had been received, tod Red radios) fatted even to men t i on II • lhli morning it appeai-exii that nothing further eould happen | %  "itil the |teds replied to Joy. It was hoped that th c breakdown temporary. But neROtiatlons have already been suspend* d for one full day. while soldiery the lighting line, and quick Bed action is necessary to permit resumption today. Thi 8 was the Ilrsi past of the Bed plcdjie of good faith and the tirst diif, men .ilonii with other UN. personnel. nine mile* south %  | truck u.i. turned beck when ii became evident (hat the Beds did lot intend to admit '.< %  coneepondents, Joy sent thc ultimatum, %  cted on instructions from Matthew 11. Kidgway. the Supreme Li N Commander. It i-> assumed thai EUdgway may hav,. had direet order, from Washington and the I N. regarding the Allied attitude. Indicating the importance he MM'I. Press issue. raced alongside the road • %  hen tiie Allied convoy started for Kaesong. to wish the correspondents good luck. Now lie and his command awaited the Bed ..ply which was the next stcr So far as is known here. Communists made no reply to Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy's demand that all United Nations personnel '.. Kiiewmg. An oBdal sourer cautiously hoped thai Ihe Thursda. dlapUM OVtr Emitting Allied reporters to the Korean iru-e talk* will bo U.N. Advance Seven Miles EKUITI! AHMY HEADQUARTERS. Korea. July 13 f luiu-d Hi..! they wen l y d In cli M i..nofhrhtmg 1 ommunlst troop rentr.,1 from where th.| buildinc up a lorce of ncarl. sno.ooo men. The tight started 1 ile Thuisdi.y .iftemi.oii against -t Red force of und* 'i T i the Kumsong area. : IttlBUJ United Nalinle patrols advanced a* much as %  hung i .A ii the mart central doctor mini• %  %  re coming tn' :. supplies •md big self propelled guru move* 1 Up to the Oommunlat front area. %  thj Red;, lung a fresh strjng of to accommodate :et tighter*. Continued appearance of HUNsinn bull) MIG ll's over North teady losses in combat with United State (oslcred Ihe belief that Communists were trying lu get M possible. Front ;n!ii n STM limited hut L'mled Nation*, uulrols %  i.unchmg Into Reu defences avai p marlly to tetl (be Com01 DgUl and keep a tab or the Communlsl ^"'ldup. On the central lroni patrols Rot in two ami a half miles of Pyoilggsng. the ,.pex of the former iron now HI Allied hands without meeting opp Near Kumhwa a Communist group was beaten back in a strlk* FLOODS SWEEP ENTIRE KANSAS idl'KKA. K., July W A 3a loot aarthi nd flood waters of the Knns,,-* ired through into North lOPeke as -Irrns screamed, and 1.000 levee workers scramble,, u„ Safety. The siren sound, .like, bmli in 1908, started Crumbling. Tons of water flowed through the break and swamped the entire section of North Topeka %  MX feet belm lace. Must fan iiieir homes, leaving everything d behind. Virtually all of Kansas lay stricken to ll in the Stnte's historv. : %  Mental hue "hrough the State was cut off by the water. UJ3 engineers said the summer floods in the Kansas hv 11 I more thei ^TS.OOO.OOO ttamege to homes, crops u property. They said that this week's flooding alone would cause the %  i to ws.ooti.uoo This satimate dli not incli.de mill nuoni more damage Mtseourl it vei n tanes in Missouri and Kansas. A1e;>-t seven persons i*eie drowned in the high wati the Ret Blue 1 %  IP. patched up. But they also recof-l g| the United Nations outpost and nisrd it may hen danger signal that 1,, another short light JJ (Jm'uillf Refuses INtiiiitrsln'ii i'ABIS. Jnl> II Former Premier. Menri QuWtlllk 1 Dl Aunol's reejut t to tarn %  nee Frew n ent An oflUiai nnouncemeni issued shortly after where he onferred with Aurlol, said that he rejected, the offer (CM "P health." Aurlol who his been interviewing party leaders for two d IJ the hope of finding a new Pft ml* summoned the Finance Minuter. M • Pethebe to the Pal i The flfty-flve-yeer-old financial expert told the !*roefore an armistice is reached. Based on preliminary Military leports from K.e HOW hope thai an ai mis,i pa MgOtlated in one to three weeks. Tlie new CommuI may change that. Dollar Crisis Faces Britain LONDON. Jul> 12 A new dollar rrisis ll brewing and may force the Government I Ivai on thr first repa>-ment instalment of the 19-16 American loan which is due December 31. Thc cause of the ne thc rearmament programme in the western world It forced down Brtish exports drastically and caused Britain to pay much higher dollar prices for essential raw ; | i .--a shathe new dollar gap -d nnd import controls are abolished."—l'.F. I.C.F.T.L. REJECTS RED PROPOSAL MILAN. Julv 12 The World.Fre. Trade Unlo Congress emphn:. •'irir CmS a inunist iIn a common from to seek nee i worker.loposal, made by t.'e %  %  %  Free Trad' t.P ols pulled back. -.1* I' JXo Point TEHBRAN, Jul; The British Ambassador, Sir Francis Shepherd, gevt racepUon to the report of the impending arrival of the U.S. sueelal Presidential :nin • %  W ll-rriinnn. .md rejevtnv idea that Harriiunn would mediate the Anglo-Irnni.,i mi lie ;uil precisely "then %  eem very much point (to Reromlng), in view of the taneee under which the acceptance was made t-i mviie Tlie premier pointed out in Iran's acceptance i>f Truman's offer to send Harrlmaii here, that uny ttlks would have to bo "within the framework" ot bhe oil nationalisation law. Earlier, Mossadegh warned in a spcec>i in Ihe Majlis that there ight be "serious consequences' for world peace as a result of the International Court of justli uling on the dispute. A few hours later, his Government fired off another rejection of the Hague ruling, In reply to the British note which accepted the Hague proposal to establish a Joint Anglo-Iranian board of supervisors to run the oil industry. 'ran reiterated the belief that the Court had no right, in the flr>t place, to rule on the dispute. —U.P. 6 Killed: I Injured In Plant Explosion INDIANAPOLIS. July 12. plosion and Bi> Ihe cloaely guarded All i ngin,. experimental building ut !!., General seeeon Corporation Defense plant, kill. pat and Injuring one. Major Rarold Wilber. an Air Force Cnmmand. stationed ut the plant, said that six civilian employem were killed Wilber blamed iras vapour for %  eying that there wei poeltlvel) no %  abotaga InvelTed Ha "1 that 2U test cells were destroyed. Jet engines were basted u before nipped to the The explosion wax heard ft least eight miles ewe] D !' FLOODS WRECK JAP DISTRICTS OSAKA, Japan. Jttl dead end ioa missing in the Kyoto, Osaka, and K'il>c ureas in the wake of floods which hit the district on Wednesday. .'.6 other persons are reportedly injured in floods which folio.'en torrential thunder showers. The heaviest damages are reported in the Kyoto valley area. There have been no reports yet of any casualties among foreign personnel. Unofficial estimate-: of the flood damage ranged up to SI oo.ooo. two. IP FERRY BOAT CAPSIZES MEXICO CITV. J>r> 12. persoru. are feared to have been drowned U| the A" last night, when a fcribo-' on ttw flooding waters .king t floating log I fct i only from the spot "here M persons perished on Sunday. When a bus was swept I I 1 .">() Nations To Sign Jap Peace Treaty WASHINGTON. July 12. About 50 countries are being I '.II MI'I the treaty Imata tpparentlr will not attend On June 10. Russia lemanded Dulles to abandon th ty negotiation^ DuUaf .-lid thai Use u 8. now has an %  wared this rh mend. The n;il blunt rejection ut th*> Sovtet phm ild thai the Una) was p. let japan decide wiuthe %  -'I % %  %  %  ' • China or Communist China — or The tre i will become eltective early next yenr. > i i gary number •>', rntify th(. pa^t Then the V S will select an ambassalapan. —u.p. Britain Would Wrlcoiiir Pakistun LONDON. Julv 12. Commonwealth Relations Minister Putnrk flordnn Wall on Thurvlay mat Britain would welcome closer defend. | %  en if India dl enter similar dlsciissif wlnterton asked Cordon Walker in th< I for an assurance "if the <"iter Into cloatr dleciualoftt in thl the <* %  <'-• %  ment will not give then on the ground of their not erter* %  Gordon Walker rrplied Ye. we will Uon '<. itn Pakistan." Gordon Walker tol %  Nehru end Pre %  i sent messai; 1 urging a peaceful settlement "and i lelpful I 9 BalUniW l Spelhtstouii. Thn where neee>.sjr The pirturr '.ho s into position Ins wire* and pule* pule Itrlur hrnuilil AUSTRALIA CONCERNED ABOUT REPARATIONS External Affalrg Min rnenl Thureday that thej at nil with thoappi %  tributed to the formation i tountriet would agree i< siKnint;. two month CANBERRA. Juh IS t'li'i Pi tiepanege treety drefl %  nol meet let vi ho con%  bul hoped nifflclenl the final i nil ti the UcninlladA Town Plan Two bronze 1< %  I aeet Chlneea I %  %  %  the EJ atlon of Traditional Art from the H Imperial institute from New York, lent >\ Mr nch art I nearly 2\ feat u length %  m the %  probably in the 1 fit It DBtttUry. when the city wai wer h .' a einturv ight to have bat l %  %  which t allel in .-> % % %  who Bret mi I Paris win • f> %  %  I mud i • U| %  mad King Ovunramwe loI ol the mth %  gan .. rt Ign l i i.i people were tacrlAced 'if his ancestor*. This wae bi inn he raaas) I %  ty ft %  with I im 1> 188 was himself defeated and pedlUon. Thi' bit h ln%  %  %  %  %  in a temporal) j %  ... ., n Inti %  Ii %  %  •:t by An %  : 'i. i %  .'. %  reasonable tiro) %  %  I gnd ceonomk rluuws .of the treat) eerefullj %  %  %  pfs and ;il imc noi mal Ineiwnatlonal relatk utUnn a %  • workable .' %  : %  %  pei mil •he jgpen %  %  i • I rue %  %  %  '.f Australia We ear./i' %  '.' J pan .' | iSeise Viniiiiinitioii ASMARA. July 12. ,.V'I lice post % %  IWI highwav early on il a large I | %  ,' left the guards unerased, Bl chine gin i p US Announce Jap Treaty w fcSWNG n N \ %  %  1 %  % %  tollo' radar, wl ty for I I i pel i thn pi Ira i nave in the name of | %  I The pre Kit great %  fd the text ol %  H. and I %  %  onsuhing then g] i ittW the Paet will i>.' dgned In Baa frent I co %  Septemlier DUHM said Ihe traati will h. followed %  i "iv im mutual defenei n the Paetfle I A Janeneai that will glloe tb< b ignad iinI A mil %  %  Zealand Thl ft< i the All.Hill. re it* i neai I) rearij Dulla be mighl have more del t .11..V thlllei said. "the pi*0U0—I %  %  i it .-1 .in. [| nl,..I er Cent, fc-i-t Ii ii.in%  %  Blhai State. France \\ utta A To Si^n Troalv PAAI8 %  %  %  it id "• %  Invited to ign HH Jspanese %  %  hid 00 Thursday. Th* aid 'h-t ti.e requegi wouli among observation* thai I %  n ft treel %  I '< <> % %  Indo-Chin %  %  though tin until ..'ler th %  .. %  %  . i ;>M rj b) Jape %  OUH I'rerH ii i omn concern it"' economic %  .;.,,,. but Informed ... differ) i r 24 thank DtfffrM WASIIINCnON. Jul'. \i • ol Ihr Japanese Diet railed on dot .John Pootei Duller on Thur^dey 10 thank (urn fm hll work on %  aeeci Ui n .•> '< tile In tin 1 matf m eptk Rural i l use l.aboui gjp Untie* told tin liberal er I treaty is th< %  i that Ihis belief is I i Morrison Regrets Anglo-l .8. liifl On Chinese (X%e lirorrdurr i unusual In pre*r n it in ilialrt*i, hi tht form Unalil H nut '.-niorr salwiUelur if thr ( uiiimoiiMeallh rounttle* and r n.iilil jisrre before praeenllria it in tht. farm?" I IIIIMUll ild thl* I treat] BI tin %  -1 ii,l'n-i. • i ignei i' i %  %  %  i %  nwealth rentj' 1 %  it.. jm.< .it %  %  BU ". %  Hi w nioNi i MI \ i Police Guard U.K. Embaae-j il %  il %  % %  I) A *tal" of %  I lions w I %  la %  %  loui ion' H m lh< lot 1 turn Bro %  %  i farael Demand* Action hi Suvz %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i i %  %  i. %  %  Suspend Two U.S. Officials Pop? Receives Ambassador | %  %  %  i Pelaee llefaaarh pre•*nte*l lh iii.f of thn %  oi the i i P %  %  %  %  %  artment's %  cbarga the huhe-d offlclabi suspct %  i urrenl U chi I i .. % % % %  %  I^partrn%  %  %  %  I I ; I %  %  ' M ei %  • to postni in the %  I \n\iel> %  :,ipi' i:. "f the treat; %  nxietj ir> Britain with hei : spldU im i eai Ing populal pan ht ui %  .. lop hei v In Man ii. Ihe then I (th i ran %  %  %  U4d %  %  Ho %  %  %  %  rietit to .1 I ,n gOOdS bul it is not DP iimleihikhiK. %  %  th.it it i no %  %  %  i without 1 ers in ui. rd bl "OI' Iran Rejects Killing Again ll] !3. %  %  %  tt on th. %  d .temanrii t. i %  %  inc thi i Ir.ni hiiii thai ths Court bad n r | %  tt-e nililrldN hj \ %  aid


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r u;r TWO IIMiRAFlOS \IIVOCATF. FRIDAY. II I-Y II. 1951 Qmhib CaUinq \i i down frean Long Island i A i. pinni or thf'"Rsckary' %  this morninir for Purto Riro or t journ. .: by the NTTM \ Oenere] • %  ( CM I i imatra With Canadian Bank Of Commerce M R ROBERT HkcDOIffALD whi> il of the Bank of ram 1' %  .: % %  .-*;. ... a) |*i-'ont spend* 1. .ivi .ii Barbados with riMi> Mr. Mar Don a Id was at OM IWW • i tinned al thi*ir branch IB BarIndefinite Sti HE'S HEAr : i Richard. inli r Nra, P AYlNi_thelr to Barbado. Smith, Mr*. Smith of They arrived by the Tradition RRANUEMfc ul!l|,h Success Story G m KEITH, the B %  ling in the Hoots" — has now achieved fame as a singer i Ever] night In Pan %  4 tin Clu %  I %  Sons at Winchester E NTmmiAn n lug the annual cricket mutch pupils ot Winchester and Eton COUl Mr Charle* Qoverno. ol Guiana who u on le:ivc in tutland, i nil ?.ir. Roland I I leldflelds They both have sons %  Iterating Mr i knot, %  ted in Britain lo re"'* match For most of the two titan .. U looked %  ajgh Blr Chart to arrive In England lato. Robinaon were wppo Ing team, But %  \ i Thev wW ,l "' I Eton W the i Wry. B.G. Law Student |WEH nmO-XIB-FUMO, i %  4m, Holland, stayed with thi ( '' ktw etadent who era i.now.t uu SoT %  %  %  %  "'",522* C UI -" 1 a i J? 1 ^ .. of thoaea wtportad to an re in 1 • l iva ilwav arantari In Jury l0l TM-, ' Sports Club back II ^JZx.JltL ? JI ""' ," Beuut, i ta av the B.O. o %  RMBBDet ->1 Hfimet. forahoilg* !" V !" :m '' SvVThr^neett^Jkabett %  %  " %  '%  |, %  .i London u ., w Barm i ire one of U %  nd this is our first oopornancy Likes Mexico tjda ,„ London Club i rk kef %  unitytocomenan. tfwalla*II a MONO tha manj thousand Forth pa to taka up paraaaent X\ who attended tha Lawn Ten.i.lo Owi residence here", the. TliS championships at WlnabtodO %  I week-end WM promoted from In January thki year, Mr. and tost week was Mi's Nancy Onke*. tha 2nd XI i I two months on She is hiere&s to %  fifth of :i A 1U3 all out Ha hit 2. ilian Riviera while on a t3.G71.724 fortune laft by he. tathIn OM < %  :• % % %  BBd enabled Barne from inar, Bti Harr) Oekaa, who ana to force an honourable draw wlUi Qg thru m v,-,< murdered la u< Bahamas eight old nvaui Bhaphei rouch. but coming out to the West years ago With her m London Indies on the Colombie thiw< Intrnnsit ll and ihe trip was Oakts. his wife and child. Miss % %  H>oth. part TNTRANSIT ih i ._. T-. 0 ol her tune travelling, Mexico 1 ih.-foiombk-w.ie Mr and L-jatte Amongst Ihe Stars is her I comarhn who an cu A VKItY interesting erickcl **• %  match t.-.k raaea H. Ihi.^Mexr...' ; md Mf Me, healtt has not bem too ih the 1 and ttw dry dlrnau ol 01 cai Lil oeorgel %  ^ . wfa Is the former Etaln lo Meet Costs They spenl Iheli hi An mi,11 General Meeting Barbados. f West will i • held ;it the CHlb Court, on July 18lh. Among tha i I under,i\ v II F. W. man ami gaglai d OasaaalNa mini lor an inand arc staying at %  •> with membt i Motel. Itachlej Lot %  I they Mr-*t had a eontmuiiitf top1937 when ihe J i rtped here for a day in J37 while on "" %  " toror in g^jw One Woman Made £700.000 NF.W YOltK, %  f70o.ooo Fannj Brio the moat famouH Follies gtrks, did it by playing i id bnu %  > Ihs :*d like a bal %  i quasi ike a rusty saw. \ i. l %  %  %  lied that she Bg foitune to her son ;n.UIrs aver Kai DRESSES CVCNIMO COCKTAJt, AITEHNOON anj HF.ACII • lOrdtr — AIo — BSAUTIIUL HANDBAGS fioni S7.lt to llfjl LADIES PYJAMAS I'lnn H.M per pr. rioral MM .. 4,1 AHU THEATRE (ill NINO TO-DAY. FRIDAY i:iTH When a girl so young and beautiful marries a man like this... ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN ti-k place in the Of Arundcl Castle, Sussex. lay. The Duke of NorIncrudlni Treva Howard i i d wt a 8u • .... i other a the ihik< T n of 1 team was Learlr Conslantine, the Mand will be considered is a pro%  Indian Test ,11posal U %  I rounder. Incidental Intelligence W HEM 1 Mailed •-. WOrk, I • i to drean aboui THI: ADVK.vn III:S %  • % %  .% T HE q It fair to pushing B \. hi. II,in . 2 &0(l third While tk, : """""• '"> onlye rourlli A Mcond Mid, "To i ., ,„.. l, h „A?" l,,Uon r "" s "" KMIIktt" .i,,.-, I • „,„| '"'"' vl,u h ,v '* '*"• tf i ipar on II IMMl more like 11.,. s, EmUkm, '%  '••''"' }" '• '!"'' "' V '"-'' Ihw wheel! Rupert and Simon—31 > The (*o tritndi trt tsdiad n 'heir qucit. "Let's Han one*." dirfiikon. Thai mtitii ihrough ih.fjyi Simon. '" \Mwtr is Drrpwood And efl thej % ihe treti no lootpjih ind, | ISII ihey are lost. M.nor |bM your Pro*tor told you %  bout?" "rnaoaisi l"aaswsn Kuprn. Ihn h* tlunki. "It's sound o! brrjknii: iwigi trt*inly not r.fjt my v ..jgr ot BJtM j LADIES SHOES ARC OLA > BJ.ACK SUEDE. TAN SUEDE. & WHITE NUB'JCK 1Q.39 1R-24 SMART STYLUS Black Laced OXFORDS For NURSES & SCHOOL GIRLS 760 T. R. EVANS^WHITFIELDS 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE 4606 3IDIBBBISBSBISB9I BY THE WAY .. By Beachcomber IsM hi^hrr l.vupfrnp evolution 1n „ I the Modoe turning %  rnllton. For the %  bank of the Dordogne and next to them come A IJ wh0 '•'"' '"' "Id the St. BmlU i, %  who * "•i 1 1 of whatever it is will be %  i\ a myriad voices -i a*ao lo hear thai Dr Bti 'o." comes the lirm reply, and If (Whom God Praaarve) of Utrecht you do thai i should 1 un lmm,,

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JOURNALISTS "STOP" ARMISTICE TALKS
U.N. ISSUE ULTIMATUM
TO COMMUNIST CHIEF
KAESONG, Korea, July 12.
NEGOTIATIONS for a cease fire in the Korean
war were interrupted on Thursday, when Commu
nists refused to permit the Allied free Press to
enter Kaesong, where the talks are being held. Vice
Admiral C. Turner Joy, chief U.N. negotiator, sent
the following ultimatum to the North Korean Gen
eral, Nam U Nam, chief of the Communist negotia
tors, by helicopter at about 11 a.m. on Thursday
"There will be no further negotiations until, and
unless, Communists cease all interference with U.N.
authorized personnel or convoys."
Fourteen hours later, no reply i
had been received, tod Red radios)
fatted even to mention II
lhli morning it appeai-exii
that nothing further eould happen |
'"itil the |teds replied to Joy. It
was hoped that thc breakdown
temporary. But neROti-
atlons have already been suspend*
d for one full day. while soldiery
the lighting line, and
quick Bed action is necessary to
permit resumption today.
Thi8 was the Ilrsi past of the
Bed plcdjie of good faith and the
tirst diif Hwj Communist* really want a
erase Ore or If it Is not a shuro
renferenev which mlaht rover a
Biganlte double i
The Beds 'lopped a truck co-
\oy containing J< Pn>, men
.ilonii with other UN. personnel.
nine mile* south |
truck u.i. turned beck when ii
became evident (hat the Beds did
lot intend to admit '.< conee-
pondents, Joy sent thc ultimatum,
cted on
instructions from Matthew 11.
Kidgway. the Supreme Li N
Commander. It i-> assumed thai
EUdgway may hav,. had direet
order, from Washington and the
I N. regarding the Allied attitude.
Indicating the importance he
, Mm- 'i. Press issue.
- raced alongside the road
hen tiie Allied convoy started
for Kaesong. to wish the corres-
pondents good luck. Now lie and
his command awaited the Bed
..ply which was the next stcr
So far as is known here. Com-
munists made no reply to Vice
Admiral C. Turner Joy's demand
that all United Nations personnel
'.. Kiiewmg.
An oBdal sourer cautiously
hoped thai Ihe Thursda. dlapUM
OVtr Emitting Allied reporters to
the Korean iru-e talk* will bo
U.N. Advance
Seven Miles
EKUITI! AHMY HEAD-
QUARTERS. Korea. July 13
f
luiu-d Hi..! they wen
"lyd In cli m i..no- fhrhtmg
1 ommunlst troop
rentr.,1 from where th.- |
buildinc up a lorce of ncarl.
sno.ooo men. The tight started
1 ile Thuisdi.y .iftemi.oii against
-t Red force of und* '-
iTi the Kumsong area.
: IttlBUJ United Nalinle
patrols advanced a* much as

hung i .A
ii the mart central doctor mini-
"
re coming tn'
:. supplies
md big self propelled guru move*1
Up to the Oommunlat front area.
thj Red;,
lung a fresh strjng of
to ac-
commodate :et tighter*.
Continued appearance of Hun-
sinn bull) MIG ll's over North
teady losses
in combat with United State
(oslcred Ihe belief that
Communists were trying lu get
M possible.
Front ;n!ii n STM limited hut
L'mled Nation*, uulrols .
i.unchmg Into Reu defences avai p -
marlly to tetl (be Com-
01 DgUl and keep a tab or
the Communlsl ^"'ldup.
On the central lroni patrols Rot
in two ami a half miles of Pyoilg-
gsng. the ,.pex of the former iron
now hi Allied hands with-
out meeting opp
Near Kumhwa a Communist
group was beaten back in a strlk*
FLOODS SWEEP
ENTIRE KANSAS
idl'KKA. K., July W
A 3a loot aarthi
nd flood waters of the Knns,,-*
ired through into North
lOPeke as -Irrns screamed, and
1.000 levee workers scramble,, u
Safety. The siren sound,
.like, bmli in 1908, started Crum-
bling.
Tons of water flowed through
the break and swamped the entire
section of North Topeka
- mx feet belm
lace. Must fan
iiieir homes, leaving everything
d behind. Virtually all
of Kansas lay stricken to ,
ll in the Stnte's historv.
:
Mental hue "hrough the
State was cut off by the water.
UJ3 engineers said the summer
floods in the Kansas hv
11 I more thei ^ts.ooo.ooo
ttamege to homes, crops u
property. They said that this
week's flooding alone would cause
the i to ws.ooti.uoo This sati-
mate dli not incli.de mill
nuoni more damage
Mtseourl it vei n
tanes in Missouri and Kansas.
A- 1e;>-t seven persons i*eie
drowned in the high wati
the Ret Blue 1

IP.
patched up. But they also recof-l g| the United Nations outpost and
nisrd it may hen danger signal that 1,, another short light JJ
(Jm'uillf Refuses
INtiiiitrsln'ii
i'ABIS. Jnl> II
Former Premier. Menri QuWtlllk1
Dl Aunol's
reejut t to tarn nee Frew n
ent An oflUiai n-
nouncemeni issued shortly after
where he
onferred with Aurlol, said that he
rejected, the offer (cm "p
health."
Aurlol who his been interview-
ing party leaders for two d IJ
the hope of finding a new Pft ml*
summoned the Finance Minuter.
M Pethebe to the Pal i
The flfty-flve-yeer-old financial
expert told the !*ro consult with political lead
tiring Anriol in UaTWer next
t.P.
not ictlng m good
raia
a Defence Department source
on the basis ol informa-
Ived lroni Qew
thaw Ridgwav said it did believe
the Red ban on Unit,
reporters "will Ik' IB ultimate
Humbling block."
i.nt authorities' also be
cease fire talks. It the]
will continue for some time l>efore
an armistice is reached.
Based on preliminary Military
leports from K.e
HOW hope thai an ai mis-
,i pa MgOtlated in one to
three weeks. Tlie new Commu-
I may change that.
Dollar Crisis
Faces Britain
LONDON. Jul> 12
A new dollar rrisis ll brewing
and may force the Gov-
ernment I Ivai on thr
first repa>-ment instalment of the
19-16 American loan which is due
December 31.
Thc cause of the ne
thc rearmament programme in the
western world It forced down
Brtish exports drastically and
caused Britain to pay much higher
dollar prices for essential raw
; | i .--a sha-
the new dollar gap ol doUai Importi over dollar ex-
porUf which BHtaln wiped gut
early 150 She was able to give
up Marshall Aid at thc iM'glnning
o: 1951.f.p.
Ban The King
BKUZB BB1TISH HONDURAS.
, July 12
The Cilv Council decided on
Thursday to ban thr King's photo-
rraph From the city I
! ,., -.... r.i .. ii*-- if -
self-government and until "de-
valuation of loci.1 dollar* cnd>-d
nnd import controls are abol-
ished."l'.F.
I.C.F.T.L. REJECTS
RED PROPOSAL
MILAN. Julv 12
The World.- Fre. Trade Unlo
Congress emphn:.
'irir CmSa
inunist i-
In a common from to seek nee
i worker.-
loposal, made by t.'e



Free Trad'
t.P
ols pulled back.
-.1* I'
JXo Point
TEHBRAN, Jul; !
The British Ambassador, Sir
Francis Shepherd, gevt
racepUon to the report of the
impending arrival of the U.S.
sueelal Presidential :nin W
ll-rriinnn. .md rejevt-
nv idea that Harriiunn would
mediate the Anglo-Irnni.,i mi
lie ;uil precisely "then
eem very much point (to Rer-
omlng), in view of the
taneee under which the
acceptance was made t-i mviie
Tlie premier pointed
out in Iran's acceptance i>f Tru-
man's offer to send Harrlmaii
here, that uny ttlks would have
to bo "within the framework" ot
bhe oil nationalisation law.
Earlier, Mossadegh warned in a
spcec>i in Ihe Majlis that there
ight be "serious consequences'
for world peace as a result of the
International Court of justli
uling on the dispute.
A few hours later, his Gov-
ernment fired off another rejec-
tion of the Hague ruling, In re-
ply to the British note which ac-
cepted the Hague proposal to es-
tablish a Joint Anglo-Iranian
board of supervisors to run the
oil industry.
'ran reiterated the belief that
the Court had no right, in the
flr>t place, to rule on the dispute.
U.P.
6 Killed: I Injured
In Plant Explosion
INDIANAPOLIS. July 12.
plosion and Bi>
Ihe cloaely guarded All i
ngin,. experimental building ut
!!., General seeeon Corporation
Defense plant, kill. pat
and Injuring one. Major Rarold
Wilber. an Air Force Cnmmand-
. stationed ut the plant,
said that six civilian employem
were killed
Wilber blamed iras vapour for
eying that there wei
poeltlvel) no abotaga InvelTed "
Ha "1 that 2U test cells were
destroyed. Jet engines were basted
u before nipped to the
The explosion wax heard
ft least eight miles ewe] D !'
FLOODS WRECK
JAP DISTRICTS
OSAKA, Japan. Jttl
' dead end ioa
missing in the Kyoto, Osaka, and
K'il>c ureas in the wake of floods
which hit the district on Wednes-
day. .'.6 other persons are report-
edly injured in floods which fol-
io.'en torrential thunder showers.
The heaviest damages are re-
ported in the Kyoto valley area.
There have been no reports yet
of any casualties among foreign
personnel. Unofficial estimate-: of
the flood damage ranged up to
SI oo.ooo. two.
IP
FERRY BOAT CAPSIZES
MEXICO CITV. J>r> 12.
persoru. are
feared to have been drowned
U| the A"
last night, when a fcri- bo-'
on ttw flooding waters
.king ,t floating log
I fct i only
from the spot
"here M persons perished on
Sunday. When a bus was swept
I I1
.">() Nations To Sign
Jap Peace Treaty
WASHINGTON. July 12.
About 50 countries are being
I '.ii MI'I
the treaty Imata tpparentlr will
not attend On June 10. Russia
lemanded Dulles to abandon th
ty negotiation^ DuUaf
.-lid thai Use u 8. now has an
wared this rh mend.
The n;il
blunt rejection ut th*> Sovtet phm
ild thai the Una)
was p. let japan decide wiuthe
-'I ''"' '
China or Communist China or
The tre i will be-
come eltective early next yenr.
> i i gary number >',
rntify th(. pa^t Then
the V S will select an ambassa-
lapan. u.p.
Britain Would
Wrlcoiiir Pakistun
LONDON. Julv 12.
Commonwealth Relations Min-
ister Putnrk flordnn Wall
on Thurvlay mat Britain would
welcome closer defend. |
en if India dl
enter similar dlsciissif
wlnterton asked
Cordon Walker in th< I
for an assurance "if the
<"iter Into
cloatr dleciualoftt in thl
the <*<'- "-
ment will not give then
on the ground of their not erter*
.

Gordon Walker rrplied Ye.
we will
Uon '<. itn Pakistan."
Gordon Walker tol

Nehru end Pre .
i sent messai;1
urging a peaceful settlement "and
i
lelpful I 9
BalUniW l Spelhtstouii. Thn
where neee>.sjr The pirturr '.ho s
into position
Ins wire* and pule*
pule Itrlur hrnuilil
AUSTRALIA CONCERNED
ABOUT REPARATIONS
External Affalrg Min
rnenl Thureday that thej
at nil with thoappi
tributed to the formation i
tountriet would agree i<
siKnint;. two month
CANBERRA. Juh IS
t'li'i Pi tie-
panege treety drefl ',", nol meet
let vi ho con-
bul hoped nifflclenl
the final i nil ti the
UcninlladA
Town Plan
Two bronze 1<
I
aeet Chlneea
I
the Ej atlon of
Traditional Art from the
h Imperial in-
stitute
from New York, lent >\ Mr
nch art
I
nearly 2\ feat u length
m the
'
probably in the 1 fit It DBtttUry.
when the city wai
wer
h .' a einturv
ight to
have bat l

which t allel in
.->.
who Bret mi
I
Paris
win f>

I mud
.
i
U|
mad King Ovunramwe lo-
I ol the mth
gan .. rt Ign
l i
i.i people were tacrlAced
'if his
ancestor*. This wae bi
inn he raaas)
I ty ft
with I im 1> 188
was himself defeated and
pedlUon.
Thi' bit h ln-


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ASMARA. July 12.
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il a large
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US Announce
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tollo'
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nave in the name of |

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'
H. and I
onsuhing then g] i
ittW
the Paet will i>.' dgned In Baa
frent I co
Septemlier
DuHm said Ihe traati will h.
followed
i "iv im mutual defenei
n the Paetfle
I A Janeneai
that will glloe tb<
b
ignad iin-
I A mil
.
Zealand Thl
ft< i the All.Hill.
re it* i neai I) rearij Dulla
be mighl have more del
t .11..V
thlllei said. "the pi*0U0I
i
it .-1 .in. [| nl,..I
dlflerenl or lei
gnj "tin-. I i
B.G. Will Send
nice To lmlia
OEORGETi '
:
path) I n
Blhai State In Ihe Indian Ri pul In
partleularlj to donafa SO......
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The
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iii." in a i olonj a Ida tppeal
i be Brill
comprise BpprOXlnWtely 40 l>er
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hid 00 Thursday. Th*
aid 'h-t ti.e requegi wouli
among observation* thai I
.
n ft treel I
'< <> Indo-Chin
.
though tin
until ..'ler th ..
i ;>m rj b) Jape
OUh I'rerH ii i omn '
concern it"' economic

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24 thank DtfffrM
WASIIINCnON. Jul'. \i
ol Ihr
Japanese Diet railed on
dot .John Pootei Duller on Thur^-
dey 10 thank (urn fm hll work on
aeeci Ui
n .> '< tile In tin
1 matf m eptk
Rural i
l use l.aboui '
gjp
Untie* told tin
. liberal
.
er I
treaty is th<
i
that Ihis belief is
I i
Morrison Regrets
Anglo-l .8. liifl On
Chinese (X% iA^'JSN, July 12.
j;OEF.IQN SKCRFTARY Herbert Mornson ex
prefuted rerrrts on Thursday that United States
and -teen unable to reach "a tidy solu-
tion" on the Chinese situation hefora preacntint;
the Japanese pe^ce trea'y draft. But he told Com
mons that he thought the drafting powers have
done pretty well "in leaving it to the Japane*"
theniselven to decide vhich China to rcogni5te.
ti Europe. nnertJlj vtlooiiMd ihe draft
tro&l ? &s loi




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Deaeti OpaaaMaaa trader
Anthunv Man -.nd I Hunk U>e
lirorrdurr i unusual In pre-
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Unalil H nut '.-- niorr salwiUe-
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FRIDAY. II I-Y II. 1951
Qmhib CaUinq
\i
i
down frean Long Island
i
a i. pinni or thf'"Rsckary'
this morn-
inir for Purto Riro or t
journ.
.: by the NTTM
\ '
Oenere] ( cm i
i
imatra
With Canadian Bank
Of Commerce
MR ROBERT HkcDOIffALD
whi> il of the
, Bank of ram
1'.:.-*;. ... a) |*i-'ont spend*
. 1. .ivi .ii Barbados
with riMi> .
Mr. Mar Don a Id was at OM IWW
i tinned al thi*ir branch IB Bar-
Indefinite Sti
HE'S HEAr
:
i
Richard. inli r
Nra,
PAYlNi_thelr
to Barbado.
Smith,
Mr*. Smith of
They arrived by the
Tradition
* RRANUEMfc
ul!l|,h
Success Story
Gm KEITH, the B

ling in the
Hoots"
has now achieved fame as a singer
i Ever] night In Pan

4 tin Clu
I

Sons at Winchester
ENTmmiAn n
lug the annual cricket mutch
pupils ot Winchester and
Eton COUl Mr Charle*
Qoverno. ol
Guiana who u on le:ivc in tut-
land, i nil ?.ir. Roland
I
I leldflelds
They both have sons Iterating
Mr i
knot,
ted in Britain lo re- "'* match For most of the two
titan .. U looked
ajgh Blr Chart
to arrive In England lato. Robinaon were wppo
Ing team, But
\ i Thev wW ",l"' I Eton W
the i Wry.
B.G. Law Student
|WEH nmO-XIB-FUMO, i
4m, Holland, stayed with thi ( '' ktw etadent who era
. i.now.t uu SoT "'",522* C,UI-"1"ai J?1^
.. of thoaea wtportad to an re in 1
l iva ilwav arantari In Jury l0l TM-, Sports Club back II
^JZx.JltL ?JI""' ," Beuut, i ta av the B.O. o RMBBDet ->1 Hfimet.
forahoil- g*V
:m'' SvVThr^neett^Jkabett
" "' '- |, .i London
u ., w Barm i ire one of U
nd this is our first oopor- nancy Likes Mexico tjda , London Club i rk kef
unitytocomenan. tfwalla*II a mono tha manj thousand Forth
pa to taka up paraaaent X\ who attended tha Lawn Ten- .i.- lo Owi
residence here", the. TliS championships at WlnabtodO I week-end WM promoted from
In January thki year, Mr. and tost week was Mi's Nancy Onke*. tha 2nd XI i
I two months on She is hiere&s to fifth of :i A 1U3 all out Ha hit 2.
' ilian Riviera while on a t3.G71.724 fortune laft by he. tath- In OM <: BBd enabled Barne
from in- ar, Bti Harr) Oekaa, who ana to force an honourable draw wlUi
Qg thru m v,-,< murdered la u< Bahamas eight old nvaui Bhaphei
rouch. but coming out to the West years ago With her m London
Indies on the Colombie thi- w< Intrnnsit
ll and ihe trip was Oakts. his wife and child. Miss
H>oth. part TNTRANSIT ih
i ._. t-. 0. ol her tune travelling, Mexico 1 ih.-foiombk-w.ie Mr and
L-jatte Amongst Ihe Stars is her I comarhn who an cu
AVKItY interesting erickcl **
match t.-.k raaea H. Ih- i.^Mexr...' ; md Mf
Me, healtt has not bem too ih the 1
and ttw dry dlrnau ol 01 cai Lil oeorgel
^ . wfa Is the former Etaln
lo Meet Costs They spenl Iheli hi
An mi,11 General Meeting Barbados.
f West will
i held ;it the CHlb
Court, on July 18lh.
Among tha i I under-
,i\ v II
F. W.
man ami
gaglai d
OasaaalNa
mini lor an in-
and arc staying at > with membt
i Motel. Itachlej Lot
I they Mr-*t had a eontmuiiitf
top- 1937 when ihe J i rt-
ped here for a day in J37 while on "" " toror in g^jw
One
Woman
Made
700.000
NF.W YOltK,

f70o.ooo Fannj Brio
the moat famouH
Follies gtrks, did it by playing
i id bnu > Ihs
:*d like a bal
i
quasi
ike a rusty saw.
\ i. l



lied that she
Bg foitune
to her son ;n born on Haw

tar of
In her '
week Chorus girl, Thi- |
-.i< ked her because she ci
ell enough.
I Id
mini hired har again foi U D tfiu
an much.
Thai wns utter Floren/ /. | ..
art to I
. |
1
I irrlad h
nieiied so nice," The

per Nfc k)
: ,
gambler. Said Fanny: ;
in for hi
enl ail he
money trying to clear him
charges ol
5.ono.ooo-dolt..r robbery.
Bui wl
.nl he lefl her f"t a in
Hei thud husbssod was produc rio
That marriage, loO, '
ended in [X
JAM II \ IIIII SS SHOP
I.(W.r ItrtMd St. l>.UIrs aver Kai
DRESSES
CVCNIMO COCKTAJt, AITEHNOON anj HF.ACII
lOrdtr
AIo
BSAUTIIUL HANDBAGS fioni ............ S7.lt to llfjl
LADIES PYJAMAS I'lnn ........ H.M per pr.
rioral ................ MM ..
4,1 AHU THEATRE
(ill NINO TO-DAY. FRIDAY i:iTH
When a girl
so young and beautiful
marries a man like this...
ANYTHING
CAN HAPPEN
ti-k place in the
Of Arundcl Castle, Sussex.
lay. The Duke of Nor-
Incrudlni
Treva Howard i i d
wt a 8u
....
i other
a the ihik<
Tn
of 1
team was Learlr Conslantine, the Mand will be considered is a pro-
Indian Test ,11- posal U I
rounder.
Incidental Intelligence
WHEM 1 Mailed -. WOrk, I
i to drean aboui
thi: ADVK.vn iii:s
.%
THE q
It fair to pushing B \. hi. II,in . 2 &0(l third While tk,
: """"" ....... '"> onlye
rourlli
A Mcond Mid, "To i ., ,..
l,.hA?"l,,Uon r""s ""
KMIIktt" .i,,.-, I ,|
'"'"' vl,u h*,v'* '*" tf i i-.....par on
II IMMl more like 11.,.
. s, EmUkm, .
'- .....'''"' }" '- '!"'' "' V '"-'' Ihw
wheel!
Rupert and Simon31
> The (*o tritndi trt tsdiad n
'heir qucit. "Let's Han one*." dirfiikon. Thai mtitii ihrough ih.-
fjyi Simon. '" \Mwtr is Drrpwood And efl thej ? ihe treti no lootpjih ind, | iSii ihey are lost.
M.nor |bM your Pro*tor told you bout?" "rnaoaisi l"aaswsn
Kuprn. Ihn h* tlunki. "It's sound o! brrjknii: iwigi
trt*inly not r.fjt my v ..jgr ot BJtM j
LADIES SHOES
ARC OLA > BJ.ACK SUEDE. TAN SUEDE.
& WHITE NUB'JCK 1Q.39 1R-24
SMART STYLUS
Black Laced OXFORDS
For NURSES & SCHOOL GIRLS 7-60
T. R. EVANS^WHITFIELDS
4220 YOUR SHOE STORE 4606
3IDIBBBISBSBISB9I
BY THE WAY .. By Beachcomber
IsM hi^hrr l.vupfrnp
evolution 1n
I the Modoe turning
rnllton. For the

bank of the
Dordogne and next to them come A IJ' wh0 ''"' '"' "Id
the St. BmlU i, who * "i1"1 of whatever it is will be
i\ a myriad voices -i a*ao lo hear thai Dr Bti
'o." comes the lirm reply, and If (Whom God Praaarve) of Utrecht
you do thai i should1! un'lmm,, ;dHiut what totereats mi nulura oi h pasl attempts i-. 'T'hk nuuilaai thing
you may retire Into your corners ""' ''' "'""" Cosrwinead thai to snj membei of ihe
t. compose peevlsfa protest, of n' In Musicians' Organisation I I
which I shall take as much nottci are < " UB
I WOUld Of working On leapfrog 'h-i-s. but "W. aie deten i
thai ry, bo wl ket. reap politics out of tha b
Will gsw M" oae* "ii" I'' ond,
T HEAD that a woman has BT- overt ..i. which,
WARD BOND
PHILIPCARtTi
ted by
GEORGE WAGGNER
COMING FOR ONE WEEK
CARIBBEAN PREMIERE!
Bl DAVIS in
PAYMENT ON DEMAND


I HIDAV. HIV 13. |(5I
BARIIADOS ADVOCATF
I'Af.I Tlllll I
NEWS FROM BRITAIN
IU IIOI .l AS MMIHW
LONDON. July 6.
MONDAY. \w saluted Canada (Dominion Day).
Wednesday, we saluted America (4th of July), Todav, we
M Holland
Why Holland ? Listen to what happened there yester-
day. In Amsterdam nylons crashed in price from 1 to
Hs. a pair, and every third pair was free. Men's suits were
wiling at 10 instead of 20. with three shirts, three ties
thiown in.
Mild l>u>.
vertrrdaya suite of Furniture,
unii oneri return rail I i
n you ramc frum in Hol-
land; newly-weds found furiusn-
ing firms paying for then* honey-
mcon. Children's icecream cones
ui- Kali-pricedand there w*
,i free balloon with (.very packet
of sweets sold.
whs giving
EVERYTHING FREE for one hour.
H Hand gone crazy1' British
lour! I finding their florin.*
turnrd t<> dollara, JoaoOd kn Ike
mod lush fur bargains, and didn't
Mdj the whyi and where-
fore*. NIEUWENENDUK. Irkfl
Oxf.nl street of Amsterdam.
teemed like an anthill in the
glorious hunt. All because the
nhopkeapers of Holland had go*
tiicd of looking a*, crammed
shelves and empty shopisequel
to public boycott of high prices
resulting from a UVMMMBI
change of p 'In |
The llmrsrv. ifr
None can be more ci.
thin fantastic Dutch price-war
revelrv then Brtl
< barely keeping uureast
mm country. Mr. Michael
Knot may believeas In* wrote
this uekthat priees are under
uetirr control here than in al-
most any other land. Dut, as
Mlchael Fo : himself afire:* the
Brttisti tmi ire Oodi that diffi-
cult to swallow.
Prime Minister Allee. and his
Cabinet colleague:, must be H
.mxioiis about this home head-
aythbuj confronting iheni
i n the Korean or Persian fronts.
The Government's defeat lust
night on a question "f fixing
prleai tor plaster Ixurds may not
have been dgnlAcarit. It wag .i
snap division when more than 160
Social**!* were missine; from the
House. Rut the Government will
*ee the utmost significance In the,
Socialist revolt in the House on
Tucsdny with its wanting: that the
v bole utility clothe-. KbMne m ttus
loiiMtry is endangered by soaring
price levels
The Government will be con-
cejaned, loo, by th<. coat of living
I tre CcnferctbDa yester-
day of the National Union cf
Miiu .. ii Rcr*. Communls's and
Own In the Union seem to be at
ljCgerlteacU .is Vi how far :lie ex-
ecutive were unanimous m pre-
senting a new wage claim. But
.r that the miners now
vant a minimum of 7. 10s. a
weeka eli'im based on the in-
.ui Urn cost of living.
PI ma miners' corift4
copied a resolution urging price
eontrobs. The executive accepted
it for rather different reason*
from those advanced by the com-
itiunist element, who blamed ris-
ing prices on the renrniitrum
programme, the blame for which
they laid at the door of Govern-
ment. Voicing the majority op-
position to this attack on the
Government. lx>ynl delegates like
Wolsh Glyn Williams retorted;
"If rearmament is responsible for
the increased cost of Iivmi,;. flam
thai must apply In the ta'-ia way
;r. f'.ms'n. H has the be
ilaiy |. rca in the worM."
Impossible!
Whatever the Government may
10 the problem of the up-
ward surge of prica*,
POM ticalljr every aspect of the citi-
zen's life at TTn- moment, the public
I is likelv
to be ntlgfled only witii action
that will restart something of ten-
pay packet's value. Tin
nig s..reness of the public was
pretty well summed up in the
' .in u dcb.it.' on the Wednes-
day niptit when a Member de-
clared the Government reply wa I
i rtaen ui
advatiee of the cost of living. 'Ti-
to get that over the public," he
cbargM. 'It u. almost impossible "
A .SlH-|.ll,.I
That member was a Socialist
Joseph Slater. Durham M.P. To-
rte naturally perhaps, piled o-i
v for the Govenuneit
with such dagger thrusts aa that
by Edinburgh's ex-Lord Provost.
Sir William Darling Rounding on
declared "You.'
Govenunanl six years
control of our lives and dethUea,
from he Bank of ngdand to the
babies' bootees. Deai Brutus' i>
in ourselves" And Si: v,
aw. nnd '.he quotation fc> -t.il-
b*ng a wicked ilm
POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERI LANCASTER
* I oaJfe said Come. f.U the
Cup and ia fie fire o/ Sprinu
Th' Winter Garment of
R"ncm-ace nine-but let i*
B<1J* '
U.K. Raises Retail
Sugar Priee
Is It Prelude To tk-Rat toning?
B.G. GrantJ Mining
t'nii')'Hsii>ns
HAJIBOlit LOG
ia C.rli.U B.i
I'.EOfiOETOWN. B.G July U
Tile llovcruaeeM twa panlee.
UM U.S. iliu.ncv.1 "WlUems In-
duelnp, lncnri>onited" five ;t*i
LONDON muimg cwnmoi u> .xplan t.000
THE MINISTRY ol Pood has increased the retail price j^- ^^^ "uT & Sl-
at sugr in Britain from Sd to 6d. per )h with effect from urnWte untaiutc.
July 16. The controlled price of wholesale su^ar was
l ten l.ivs earlier Crotn Wl -{ I lo 4!*s 9d ptl cwl
prua patri u- Wim [odti oa of MgW, but u-
ajiei Empire puKiim-.-. whMtl the ihi-ii at Ul preernl level will
ore haeo bv agawemen*. irUI n- Uik>- 2 l .t.UOn tegu ol raw sugar
0U> nbei-s of the House.
I announces that the in- hen
creases have been made nece*- of flgii
W.l.l>roclu-d5.63.">
Bales Of Cotton
lion I -rifyaa4.nl
LONDON. July 11.
"ifohodv in the House wu, torn. Empire countrle* last year pro-
. Secreta .
Trade. Hervv Hh
In a wide eh* k on
HI pruvineml cttie-
id been found priees were
uhTVmm Sj1"*"! """!"}" ."r p:"-
Id tint d"1"1 in ,h' w>st indies by'the
lothing pcteM ^JL l*ta,ltl t'llw" A-*.-..
i the Administrative O '
U-lo the permitted maaJmum, Empire Cotton Growing Corpora-
The only hope he held out for UV' ,l"" at the Annual (i-'iiei.il Meet-
suffeiuu Billons wu lh-.t ,f the '"g held In Manchester yesterday.
prices of raw materials wet.- :., X" a letter espreaaUig his regret
fall, he would tall a meeting of at not being able t' aU
siig trade to discuss price Har'iey Buwcroam, President of
the BtKud of Trade, itraaaad Hh
Mr. Rhodes, perhaps, would great contribution made to the
beneiii from a VHH M Amstrr- welfare of the Commonwealth by
dam'i Nteuwcwrndlik Cor a check Ute Corporation's arieeuraaaMMKri
on what happens when the houv- of seientiiic and gjnettltunl aro-
wi(e'< u.itieiii.- i-. exhausted. ftreoi In Bttinj countliM. Tlu
cotton crop of these rOBMtrlrJ m
Mnrm t lotids hjo- 1951, which is expected
newspaper Callup Polls repeal t., be a record, showed the
that rhe Torie~ have lost Bprna irH- potnts in public favour during the tlon' Wf0rk m ihe vear of shortage
pagt month. It may be due to tho , wh(fh an incr.ase of suppUes
fact that the stock of the new For- ^^ 0|h sri,rM ,,nf1 fBUrd hn.l
elcn MjbJom hsh to have ourr- ort vlt,, in ,hr n,lllon., r^.
ed upwards slightly with tne pr.- .
peet of Korean eeaae-flre Yet th,. no"
Turns do nvl lack for powcr in ^~
their fight for a general election
before Atlee wants il. The storm
clouds still gather for the Socialist
Government. There are lha I
are long way from being satis-
lied with the handling .J the Per-
i 'hum' tu* iMnj ea
which cannot be met within the plus i
food subsidv eaflgfte sJrendv get- etecd t
nounccd.''
But experts in :i;v sugar
trade in Londcei beU
the Ministry' prloi
.
plete dc-ratiotnuh Ol
S repeated Qovenunei
i
onlj
: .11 tl D
level.
The Food Mi-.rH
-Sd. per
B 10 flbl houseMle
the nidiiufaeturer of jam or
! he txtrs price paid D)
the manufaefurer Ii
era tl>e cost ol p i
hooaeoold sufjar
A single-pvi,. ^
batayegei tfai two exliitini prtc*
lev< .
to rte-iationini:- if unraUopi
sugar innaiiKsJ a! the
suosldlaed price, mm
would tm.) Tu hauaeJ
Cat their SUppU
.
lb. sugar at ail.
wTB Bern also been granUU
i'tnpurary permission to occupt
1 r the same district A local
inpany headed by Eugene Cor-
i-ia and Maurice Naacimenti.
produce.) different sets also granted a temporary one yea.
t there j*>rrnisaton to occupy and explore
CnJH.btl^,ial 5Ufar "*" J 2 mam "* Uie "ame durtnet
Britain thu year, sufli- also for egeuaabite taneaaht* The
t-.iish rauonbg. CorrasaWa*cimento Exploration
B.l'.f. p;irtjr left Georgetown city today.
^V esl Indies Al WeslmhiBler
Acid
Stomach t
Wim Indies Kcviinrnt
, IxiNDON
1 Mouso .f Commons on
itaa (Con
....
le lor War wheth-
MM been taken
I gleg Beg*.

m. fJoadnn Wyatt, Undc -
Wai OltleereplHi-
^t^* i..nt hon. Kneiid is hi cot"
itatwarj !,lll!","" l* ny i >ghi ham. man
;i* Secretarj ..f st.n, (, n.
< olonk ..- thli miImvI '
W tKHLOagf
tieman beai n mind thai Uaforrnej
opinion in the Hntish West badki
Blttl in
ilunteei regunent wbai. p.-.
ELEPHANT MEAT
IS TASTY DISH
LONDON. July ||
woman reporter
Eptfej
The L.....M oelleve
tlmt the main MgOOn why M'
Maurice Webb.-fh.- K g
tei. h.iv ran lakag) UgW olf the
ration is Hint he ha> been n-
luctant to make any prtci IO|l
whieh Mould show in the COg*-
ajf'lrrind index
But houwwives. w hose major
food grievances since the war
have been and sugar, have
that thej would mtiui i
tie more for sugar and UVC a]
they wanted, instead of getlln
formed i cat ervtce
r If Will ho also bem
that its .formation would _
mueh lo encou
i I ie ' ttie BrftW
i lumi u valuabli
addition to th* rMngth of th<
British Commimweolth*"
Mr Wv.iii | full] .
v.Jiut the i Member has said.
understand!
d ol id.- role "i pBrtilHcrs and
i Mod toutrol "
Sirknevs in Jamaica
In rhe House of Commons on
olv 4. Mr He^inald Sorcnsoii
labour, lj'vtonl aske eUiry of Slate for the Colonies if
b. wine thnt an epYdcmle 4i-
--I ... vomiting nfrknesa
i*.U0 to malnutrition has broken
ul in Jasaafea an -.nig taken to deal with this and
aauaa
Mr John Dugdale. MhUstrr of
iiaie fen Colonial Affairs rtpBOd
There are DO cages <>r M-mitini
' i - < .I a -
. bucuel inftudM
1'lU.OOO for detailed lab-.ratory
osUfaUoO of the cimdltlnn with
Won i lha co-operation >t the staff of thj
in ii.n i UnHrarstt) College of the West
i cUee,' -B.H.P
( \HIBIT Ol ICA/OKS
tOVlKS :1.INW YrARS
LONDON. JMO.
Mlllkioolre Jam.-. Hand can
>"ii nack 3.IHKI years m
Rsagfj .: .. be roiuid inaors
erool In this mnttar. I can assure In a l bun thai good stni has eoUeeUon of roaorg dating
in-'d- .,-. i,.(. arid Ngnarka that you'd
surprised at th. number of
"iiK Jug) Inouiih Sucar ifferent wnys In which men have
tbci
lira with the Minming .iw ra- . ,ha, B.h lh. udon z,.,
clsm of the Guvi-ninient attitude .,.'.,,, ... L,-.,H.r ,,,urt.. i u-iv
to .lomic development , ,hi< J'; X" *S
I. ft. Hou- o> U* la,, ni*,, V^fif*****,
L-eft in U.S.A. SI"' s'd that the raw meat cooked
It was accepted in wartime that like a 'prime cut o! beef OOlj
production of atomic weapons slightly coarser
should be reft to the United States.
In 194H die Minister of Defenc.
that
fhalever the mlUtar)
madV'it known that "'ail types of H^*'*" "' '"'''"I* PLX? J~.
modem weapon, including: aU 1-rtnijnt. ...
wene being developed b.^! prod^ve.^,. peaceful
Britain. As recently as Februaiy ^ ^ ^linii ,IU.
Churchill chiillenged the Govern- xiieie is shrouded from the
nicnt .ibni-t aUimic progress in DUUilc al tuw muiaaul what. rawlLy
rlnlntn h Prim- agnts4r, m. ffc u.]n), Hchieved in Britain.
Attloe, i-mphaticallv declared. #rther in the direcUon of atomic
"There has been successful devel- production for war or in Wic asftle
opment Viscount Alexander of ol our rraources for peaceful
Hills-borough. Chancellor of the gtttrnic development. We know
Duchy of Lancaster, defending the Bna ,i y about all we know
Govcntmcnfs position in the Lord*, that Britain has yet to produce
reiterated the Premier's statement. B0 atomic lmb. And the lint-
Tlte cnief feature however, was that with the an- ph>s radio-active Isotopes both
iiouncemeirt that Ix>rd Portal, fr jdrntific and Indus'.'. i
Controller of Atomic Energy, is poM.. i:, i'.u:.m: and on a limited
next month and that his arsile to other countries,
ientlfk adviser had al- There is a growim:
ready left. Lord Alexander could ttBOUghOUt the countrj that some
-no more than he would vna| re-orgimiflotlon t our ntom-
conflrm that Lord Portal vrat i<- effiwi is tieceaeary. I
dissatisfied wltti Hiilam'- pre-ent persists that under a eivil service
atomic et-up. regime ntomle scientists and tech-
Lord Cherwull. leading Oppo- agclaoa are unable to athieve all
SrUon ^p4.kesman enprt~.se! the thai Britain I- <
view of manv people In and on: f achieving in this hlghlv im-
nf imr)lament, that U, i hmn portanl held. Than will be
time the Department of Atomic strong support fur the OhlOOn
Enei-gy was divorced from civil offered In The Ttraas we
aervice .. It is now creation of a separate Din
an offshoot of the Ministry' <' outside the MlnlstO Supplv a directornte responsible to Pin-
S.j-: iniug up tle viewpoint of liament. like other official B.'ienn-
the mtics The Times to-day ft.- bodies
... insufficient ailocaUon < ''lv *< V' Sl" ^ethoda rangat frcaa aaalam glai
SMBWd sugar. With prices Of .d- *rvativ. Hlpui.i asketi the Minis i..tlk's Wcth and fingeuig w.lh
most everything in Britala rising **r Steeply, the extra pel nov to '^reaaing praawoUon ol sugsr in plucking followr-l by early Chi
bo charged for tUBjar nou-doluir area he is yet In a aa, (C.P.I
be noticed. pnaltloi) tn make a stabmenr wii
Tlie nacaai i1 i aflBR' * * ateaajnaiiao of lha "^^^^_
now exist in Brit.m. to take lugoi muoning of cwsfU.
off the ration allogelliii and eX- The Iftod Mnn.ter. Mr Maurice
. coofl i w-bb --! ed "Alahouati rugai
ahot the price inore;isi- >- i \u non-
preliminary step to the announce- dollai aroi DOO-dotlar suppue-
ment of do-ratlonlni are tui or, nalritaln
Man who h> fought hardest In the ordlna raei ally Ii -
the last few month* for the .ilxdi- ceased to 10 or,, the
tlon of sugar rationing Is Lord ,.....ui,|% I- u.s and the present
Lyle ol WesibourM prestdent of ,., ., i manufacturer*
Messrs Tale 4 Lylr. Lbi Um ,,, lhPh(. ,, llIlutIanct.s ll(>1
sugar n-ftnerN. He ha. returned think |nj) jhoui,, be |i
PLY
y*f/f
ito tho muck lime and time i li:; mi.^.tl,i .
in speeches ".V^1" nMnaht
? "'"'^
sugar (.uppHes ara now ami>U- to Siijor Caae Keaearrh In
(-t I'll' ' .T.....'il* I n i i in
Officials the lb use of Common* 01
Mi Webb tu 4 hi* July 4, M. Thomas Iteid i Ubou
nave arodvoad arhei s- i - secretary oi
figures and have stoutly main- si.de ha tne Colonies bat re-
tained lha) there fc stIU gap I ad by lha
be brldgad i*tw.*i Brltali s Itauon, Mauritius
lual sug.i the PO- in reapect "f improvement ol
tentlal demand If an r caw
romes off the rsjUon COHOOr- m, ,!hii l>ugdule. Minister of
renth v ith the BDi .......t ol Si te u I i ,e|>lied
the pi ice increase. Mr. Wol hon Friend to
stated in the Houo of entlUed Suga. Cans
ab lu ataoh was
111 only suflh.ee ..' of 3rd Feb-
'..! the w i i -M d
Hut.mi's sugar BUppt)
i illy in the Hot
nt Comm'in* earn' i" ; .T ,".
Mr. F. T. Will. M uVt "wh.
ry to the Mini irj of VJ
Food deelarod than
., in
2.5an,0O0 Inns- ., ) I
a suli^tantial riorl 0B hand, bi
fore sugar can eoroa no the i
This
p. it', t
roar, he said, Brataln an*
ic-ive only 2 220.rif|fl
i| The most important
i 'it of the Sugar Cane
I Stfition has been breed-
ed
which
nra n ovei ihi per aacd
.,f the a arts and ba
been larfejy roapoaaBaai for Uio
. i i>- .,( rocani yaan. Good
work has alao l"eii done on such
lha Mi-vej- of the soil
m the eane bolt, the UivaataaoUon
Of the i.iitntional dot
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
We will be improving our
Downstairs Premises beginning
from Monday 16th July, but will
continue business on the Second
Floor as usual.
We solicit the co-operation of
our Customers and the General
Public.
CORNER
STORE
MANNING & CO.. LTD.
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PAIN
bv
En|oy the hospitality, com-
fort and thoughtful serv-
Ica which hava mada PAA
tun Hi mm ot vasaroo
travelart the world ovsr.
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* Kl I.. .1.1-1,1, or vis Sau Jti
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BvruH, dally BSS*VfoS to all mam
11 i asailsji b^'.i- to W ' la
il"-v, Colombia. Central Ainrrlca.
Meucu ... and to East Cot ol
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D0 "Hy 1'AA" to R'l couiitnci
Bod cokiales.
For 22 years the leading
international airline f AA
was first to link the Amer-
icas by air, first to fly to
all six continants. and first
to fly around tha world.
WITH
'. And ihK fourth
o' ihe othtr thraa.
:n rounTit mcnoitm it Qummt I
.acin1 ii dai ici^nirfk nw rsHswer Of psm In icrai ln
asatt Wendinf ol UtrOB wM-pw.*n atadteaMI (Ph-
ird Aec:/lil/" Aehfj *>" ''<'" "fed
SajradleilC, iriHdl f*.nforees the loothmi icilo*
DO YOU SUFfeH FHOM TMESt P
Thcia irv ihe pa- -'" M rias-rai hesd(has. foldi, tooth(h.
.h*i.iTut-it.. saaxuhr sals*, saaralgai, msnurual pa>n*. And. as
lo^.nh mifrditn:. Quinin*. bnn|i down fetentn imp'ilurei '*' '
men muieve mm ... mt oitcet
h easts you *ry artta to buy 2-ibi*t s*slopeof 'anacin'nou|h
to krm; you ItM '<<** lioen or* bowl ot [HWn Also m handy boas*
:< K tat *tt to' i f BhSC. an4 botiMn of M Ubiei (or household km.
1 Dot ion and tfeninti u ")#f P"" *f
thr 0*'d 'o.e t*elca*neT *w*i-* fr
ih* tt<*f of f-Mi fa Cirol ftrili *'
12000 Oxiom BBf >it reeammwrf 0>ii
-n their asraaiW '
(9WAMERfCAIV
lt-j/t//i I/.--H it %
if- CmM S Ca lid
BtBMl il.1 '.**>
Mic*. 1W (*l..r b.i Mil ho.... IJOJl
77//. MOST IMPORTANT
OCCASIONS
ursi nn II i ui:
I ill si IX
LOVELY HANDBAGS
LADIES DRESSES
DRESSY HATS
a
Till: MtHH.lt \
DttESS si/oi'i*/
BROAD
AWAWMWA'/AW///
NO MORE GREY HAIR
AFRICAN MIXTURE
Colours I* h abtolulrly mhal ii protrm-d of It:
A GENUINE HAIR COLOURING
Aioiob' in 4 hat\4y Ml
BOOKER'S (Barbados)
DRUG STORES LTD.
BROAD STRUT? BRIDGUOWN
Manu4cli>r4 fcr t. FlOUOf RITO.. limmo-., t
AIM try
FLEUROIL
BRIUIANTINE
Make* (he hair
left and gJouy
.tn| ti.d.ias*
NOW
WHIi URKAM II"' ^S / I ( \
.Suap ' " BtRUllful V W I I V\
re aiird ..I ni Ma VJ / I f\\
11. :.uly >ti-^ \\
IIKIAM is pio.lu.i-U Ii m t--" X\
I n.ilii.l f..rn...ln lrl."l HI _> .
SKIN BL roz you
,. tro|.nal formnln. trstcrt .
thr tropics and proved el-
roctrra m restoring ikiu *"
new lovcl.ncBs.
Try tins n-mathiiliU'
Kaauty Soup and be os-
.,., of I n Uial i"
snooih, sort, ii.-mib)i-
irrc. ami l.-jntifnl.
HiiiTisii West Imiiis
MPORTGRS
\ ^ \\%\ s in. ui- |iiriinaojaj In llie -u-rling nr<*a nii-iiM nu i-atn muw
Iniriii'i' Im.i liii[i Is li'ini 4 iiiuiihi i mi- ni- i i lil *
VPf!tn]t^f

N*
BET SOME AHACIM' TODAY
AND ARM rOUKSUF ASAIHST PAW
1....1I.1.
"IT1'
Farm nla.ul llrili.h H .-.l lwlif
'I'rtnlr l.itirriiliziilinli I'l'ii,
' ~ M. M I. r..-..
...........'... ..1 BBliaa Ml.....1 "..i-." ! ......i,.......,,..,.,.1
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..... 1.1- neii ..1 il" s*2 /
'"*' "'"i....."' ''......I "' '-i' i'-""1 /,MtMUlk
...... iuM" -". i" bnn ". ; f SikmSBkwkm^
, ,.,, ,1.,,,. ,.l.l, ...... ..... ben Hi ..... J ' I j-^^^T
-' ii ni-.. 1 G able aiid
H
..r|. ,n
i'
U
P
'

naacnr ..st*.- s-n sraas. --*
-I... 1.1111. IHIK .
ff.,ir It.tl'J. Trail* lmi*.n.r* ran
i^'ii'JiL I""" l'l"n
a Cel in tonrli iinm''diatrl with 71
M aVBaiesd I aasdasa ppaers,
I. t,ri in nu< li v. 11 ii lbs Caaadiaa lr.
Foreign
Trade
Service
I ;


I W.I IOI II
BARBADOS kDVOt ITC
i UD .1 il LI IJ, 1931
BARBADOS ABROGATE
t.--------------^----------------.........t--. .1
MM br th* Aa*nm ^. I.M jmi v. artdi*...
I rMaj, M] 19 i"-.i
Mil 1111) PARTI7
FOR kmm yma public conoara has
grown >vcr the absence '* i
. h icier, in Ulli llland.
The condition I
by the conlinuod increase n| v<>hicli-s OH
the roads.
Elghti i
introduced tin- nuiitt-r In 111 -
House '.. i ii-
ment to tend down 1 legislation
for coi At
rfcaol fatal
tnd many others causing injury
itrlans and damage to "lucles.
n the Courts occasional-
ly with letioui toai and Inconvai lance t"
people who had bix-n mjure ofnu denta any reward to the
ndenl family depended on the feeling
and charlt} 'r the owner of 'he vefali i
opinion felt that there should
be general proi islon for the dependenti >>f
. v injured people ind recover}
i i to others. This could
. d by Compula ry third p
The suggestion was rejected by the
||mr i i OUnd that there was riot
sufUctonl justification, either by way "i
the number nf accidents or tin- number <*f
vehicles on the reads, to warrant i
pulaioi owners nevertheless took
the precaution to insure their vehicles
>i merely tor Third Party
I there have
:i ntS, t<> which publication
been given, in which brastd-wfa
have been killed outright without any pp>-
. n for the dependents. And thaae
were unable to have recourse to the law.
HOI Ik- denied today that then
foi Oampulaon Third Party Insur-
ance. Figures compiled by the Police show
that there were 521 accidents in r> months
with 115 occurring in the month of April.
A d the number of vehicles are ever m-
11,,..., _K_ --*-;, mmmm 9w vmwiM
ered approximately 6,000 in the island. The
Qovnrrunent recognised the necessity for
Workmen's Compensation after il was in-
troduced into the House of Assembly by
Mr. W. W. Iteeceand when the Bill WU hot
at the end of the session sent down a new
bill which has now become law. If it can
be accepted that people working in thopl
ton ind on the water-front are
entitled to protection, it is clear that those
a/ho must use the road* in pursuit of their
apstion, also deserve protection.
It sometimes happens that innocent people
iunedoi killed as a result of the (.ii e
...-.. ..f diners of motor
vehicles, The pedestrian or occupant of
the vehicle who took no part in causuu; the
accident might suffer permanent Injury
rod be without redress because owner or
driver was n man of straw.
It is unfair to have an abnormal number
of vehicles on the narrow roads of this
island with the |M>ssibihly of an inere.i n
number of accidents without Instituting the
ra eeaaary safeguards for public protection
Only the (lovernment can do this.
Bui Can A
Jiittt Vani

. vanifth uilo UUn
t matter

r Watson."
- i. flUing
1
. t. I !..k,. il. BJ


i yi>u diiappei'i
without trace? I^hs of peopla
arould iik<- t.. know, and i ccml'i
even nan m I'd in*
wrltlUig to i :isappeat-
ance it "
back.

rtori from the Armed
- : vices nro
HjajJ
i them,
l\v dODt
i I oil uliv
Qu
.-... at b
Wick5tee
ik. and when he
wag drunk \i'< liked to tat ail tha
i them into
.....
fast wi rag full of
ad out.
eat some
ku* to R'i arttta ail tha b
I never Want baMlt.
Mi.r.J. ."er?
i".in. I i irlbed as

They bad ma In for q
. i looked Uka a ">;<'i
i Uuddriver.
AfUT latunaj m,
. day. But
i didn't
The Oil Star Uncr
llumerk .... d .1 midnight and
. [rack
ooad I'd bad Noa
Did i do Iho murder? Aha:
Wouldn't .vm uka to know *
One nf the neatest vanishing
.it ,.r all Urna was performed In
tr. Victor Grayson. joiiii-
. \1 I'. tor Coin* Valley.
To the nu*MIn wln.li hi-
m.h Ml .vcrb(dy jrcutric
hi i:n \ki \\h kviii h ..m-
furl lor /rtumml
h without
much easier, mj
for people who

iia*v-<*4
aiminu V P.
1
HI 1 -'
Ulttr I
us wjtay
liplomat-
n who for nme realtor.
ippaar The onf
jsv bee iue when th<
ill hlng took plac
nutxxty knew what was K"n OH
took any nal
By the lime people had begin
' u thetn, they could hav
<<>n>pleted their arrjnHemenl* fOi
. ,' i their plan.
But whnt nbout tha poUcal Th
' I il i>e are looking
!Sui^l J." tl 5U""'!'1 ""T1' f"r ,hl'm Thtlr Picture* and Ml
and nod* at tho deirnption* have been atudlH l |
f it and Ibaa i.i,-. -,f ihmisands of people.
anough, hut then w> hav
dn't aiiu.diy tea the ptetui '.....n Reeat
You've forprttet
okini in. arhlsky and aln na "f ihe reason
..-Hi ranuSuni laal ao hard. .
He dJ limply .., .
down fur a Wanied . .
nd
now ha wai Victor Qntjrson w (;

u i i did hi Hi.
ii. i busk
Snap! it Goea
Paople sometimei disappear
afUhoul They'd aive Bv
t ii ; In have dinappaared.
bput lh.ni. They i
people with ami i
thi r
mindi .. bar suoa,
ID t
12
I v iij;'i.
_ 1941 Ike Con
B oth at Burton-on

When .nutted an.
tiiiirdei he is hunted pretl
.'. en the < um I
u pollceaian you can be aura
nutliinK i '.< n ' n Reese is still inissin
the murder.
I'i'ih his pholograpi
tords "Wanted
lip all ove
ifnearprtnt claiaitt
eh
MB r oil ii
II UD 1 0
has been radioed to the po
nattori
Noon thai Oft. Negroe-
ii ad Wttl Kl aceents are *
bar ."iiaiion in Bngland that the
daughter. Colleen Booaay, Ot pa II BUI thaj an U
N .nniiiK tn th
But "me M>u **.i> ooa.
o look Ilk
.i >":.'
L-K.S.
Sterling -And Its
Convertibility
LONDON, Jurj 1
h. i, a i tin*- the Chan-
iill.n Of 1
maka in- quai * I) tatement on
the gold and detUl i serves. Thl^
ui.i prota ibly ahow that nlthoiiKh

quartet ol tin
rate of In i I an ilowe '
down bj receni
world ooounodlty prices duo to
ickenlng <>f
"""W.V'1 i t
taring on the current i i
bull) Tot. i.
big partli ul irlj
..i ve M i1 l auad In
aroui Irn-
plleaUoni foi <.....nonwaalth
Wi
to Ihii country
, ;

n their trade with Canada r>as
Althuugn leences I
i

i . Ublllty ol
lerllng Into dollan ( inaduin or
i Li remain
I I .i' .. i vti
.
down la the rati 4
our old ind dollai n ervaa,

,
Praaanl movi I i i
that the
British ">*y De
velvs not only lo i i' valusble
i'.i!inm;~ It I bul IBM
.. we tkcrnii): of our d< Uar poslUon
rep] ice t
i"
The second Indication that
....
bj the
praaanl trend ol out ovei aai
trade, Tl
By ROKAMl BOXAM.
.
draaUeaU) than
and this together with the lad
.nts baye
, H, incn result ot
llti I in an
ade I i Hi i
month ol thai real equal
to the tradi
.. ii There i
from
u mce i
i .. nil )\-
.

i "iir dot] undouol -
commodity pricea from thi
|
ma lime.
i Ince it wai obvlouj thai
DOt continue in-
Bl its reel i.t bJgfa level
. overtures batn

lion in WO) I ' tnarkeis
If poUtlegl tension Ii further
ea


Korean month*
y Lght have a walcoma
I '

iur dollar-earniig proapacl
Id It in' aarui
:
be i
jioli! and d In larmi
.! |S38 in .bout one-
quarter l | ii value.
ii Tit. end ol this year
i i el wai n.'i.--
AUantlc i hi due i"
comment i III mean
In our i1'-
Ail thi- must Inevitably result
'it a flowing down of progress
toward i taxation of ex
.truls It should not b>
Hint the Treasure
from tin
. Kperlmcal In converl
blUty thai followed the 194
Amerfcrm loan This showed th
m tlal condlUona must be
1Kb an expeiimen.
an igaln The first >.
form "f agreomenl mui
dc .t- ,.i..-.i wrm irnon n tn u
av if for the "freotlng*
i i fundSi and the iseont
thai i ''ids mui
. t balsnoad
n a., largahj ii.Tau.sc then
. teul mi the "fraaa
i lei ting balances that In*
i it i onverttblUty hw
i queneaa, Bui evei
.iKsuming such an agreement couli
i- i. lened before ooni
ttempted, 'he proh
U-m of our balance oj |
would rcninin. if theac payment
bra hoitiit
of steilmie would In medtateu i asl
I in lor dollars, and our res.iv.
would th i lund ou
i i v.i i >i they could rlnanee the!
.quiremtnts.
Phi would probably result Ii
i rapid run-down of our gold an<
n !'- and
hnd ourselves back in the positloi
"!"i' Mai hall Aid and devalua-
tion.
Thai is not to say, howevet
r.viiiibdity. wdl neve
rome The British Govcrnmcn
nleps this their ultimat
in., in i.i'i. they are hound undo
i B vtton Wood
and other llnancial agreements t'
R iids tins end But unti
I .it and economic horizon
. ai man M is
i onverubllHy is >tiii ai
unlikely prospect f.r the naai
future
With tlu iiresent >iluartion in Persia ;
oceaipjrlasj ihe attention ol the hole v/orld.
ihe mwiorlanir of nil is a topic alln tin :
I lie remotest corners ol ihe -lnhe In this
article, the reader catches a glimpse of the
way in which oil helps to keep the wheels
of civilisation turning.
Where The
Beluga Blows
LONDON
Just about now. a grand gathering of
Eskimos i.s assembling at one of the most
lesolato stretches of Canada's Arctic coast.
The name of the rendezvous is Whitefish. It
s here at a shallow bay opposite Richard's
'slar.d, that the Eskimos of the Mackenzie
River converge every July for their brief
;ummer 'big game' fishing season. Their
quarry is the formidable "Beluga" the
eighteen-foot half-tun White Whale.
Between July and mid-September, these
whales come in their hundreds to feed at thi*
remote spot. Fur the Eskimos this means at
invaluable opportunity of stocking a winte-
larder which would otherwise be bare. At
Ins moment, countless watchersmen art
women, young and oldere lining the blufl
overlooking Whitefish Bay, their eyes strain-
ng for the first flash of silver betokening thi
coming of their prey.
Once the alarm is shouted, the bay becomes
a scene of frenzied activity. Scores of small
jut powerful motor schooners chug out t
battle stations*. Their decks arc packed with
Mirrels of gasoline fuelobtained from a re-
inery on the Mackenzie River some 500 mile:
iway. Soon, the boom of harpoon-guns and
he crack of rifles echoes and re-echoes acrost
he water, mingling with the excited yells
he hunters. The men tow each 'kill' to the
beach and then hand over the carcase to the
women, who do all the subsequent cutting-
ip and dressing. Especially prized as a
lelicacy is the 'muk-tuk'. the fat which clings
0 the whale's skin and which is slashed Into
liamond-shoped hunks and often eaten raw
fhroughout the whole period, the chase goe;.
m with unabated energy. The 'midnight
sun' is welcomed as a means of continuing
iperatinns almost 'round the clock': meals
ind sleep are snatched as and when a lull in
he hunt permits. The womenworking In
earns of fourrace from catch to catch.
;arving up an entire whole in less than hnlf-
in-hour.
The coming of the oil-fuelled schooner has
nade a tremendous difference to the Mae-
earaaaa t^Uim-^ >nd tnkon u nr*.wt <|OBl f th*-
oersonal hazard out of their annual whale
nunt. The schooners bring not only the
lUnters and their families but also then
log-teams, sleds, tents, food and other equfp-
nentall packed in sardine fashion into one
imall communal cabin. It seems incredib'c
hiit these tiny craftno larger than the
iiver cabin cruisercan transport
Yet mishaps are cxtremeK
lew. And although the hunt is a matter OJ
heir very survival, and therefore something
lo bo undertaken in grim earnest, the Eskimo.
make the most of its possibilities as a socia
ICCeston, The tented town that springs u[
ilong the shore hums perpetually with gossij
und laughter. Only toward the close o
September, when the harsh, chill wind.*
blowing from the polar ranges to the nortr
drive off the last of the whales to warmc.
waters, do the tents vanish and the schooner
-iisperse until another year..........
CLOSED
FOR
REPAIRS
Advocate Stationery
Ol ll in: \m us SAY
h iimily I'/aniiiiiM
I ,,. Advocate--
lUfUU)
citation on
iung*' in >our "Our
Fa i * i i
; l'.H.. n lew pre
I
i Mind* d vn \ v.i ii
the vie* ' imlain people on
but rt u
initeed veiy dinVult lor U DD
jrpe of plrmninK un'il
ation ol faaulU Wi
:
., .i :.

. .
maintain famlllet when hi have
v,
y \.
3ehi en Lndu ti le
ao ) have
ipable <>( ti.-:

aioiiK regional lines and we can
only plan along region l lino*
when we, m the-e parts, dedde
cea find work
for the sood nf a West Indian
as of religion,
claas or ereed. Trie writer I '
... | u
..f the fw.

lv means ot
achlavlng the recognUed family-
Ufa)
bargain and conti '
.
fumiUc* ure secondary What kind

.- the family dVm
i
who Is brim: D
.
to rearing them
.
. ., an] ncquln a m in t.i
make lam i il1"11
of kaeplng her In a certain
trd "t material comfort, tn*an> ol
our raan-folk dodge II
.ui.i maro -folk
. are
la plight 'hen troth
of "w< ith" i<
> iruj men >i- not
tin-1- I
Uea" i n
women ratliei lhan maka i
life
purcbaaa, avoid it and love one
he way they love
inuttc i in
mui di Bar-

of imi i i n. i if we do

i lc dlfncultlei
Itially
.'i. PI I !'
ration
lalmlni that Uu
II) The men ii
.
wltho red Into

to Uq .. Obll-
ihlnea.
(In
THAT SLIH)i:\ IIE-VHT ATTACK IS
NOT SO SIDDKN ..
bj I-
:!>;

If u
I
,ir apply
.

pop
: LOt
) are

res it.
Il> ( II M'M \\ I'.M III R)
A DOCTOR i'""-
i to ex how he
believes U
ha lain n
.'..T.I
l).*. Lester Moi

.
earb warning tl
toi heart
trouble.
Until now thei
itlctpatlng
Q
....
rhromli


'

the new lo have
*
menl fi>, prcvanl

I

I N .i
irv artrrlr*wfa
Tiu- Uaenaga I
But 1

Si


I Ihe Rmvi



The
Mood
builds up like rutf inside an iron
The gununy sabstanee, which
h collitlehuk- ivni-c :.n(i r^owiian.v causes :\ M"hI
ClOt "... :
Aeeurate
Dr. Moirison's team lja.*
f. und that oy addinu ehcmlcals
lc a sample of blood they can
measure how much of the damag-
' > circulating in the
itream.
If the Bmount uh ahnormauy
the) nmclude that the
- rlafly likeiv to St i
coronary thrombosis
i .. | out
ai patients at Ihe
I.< Ana) 1.1 n tbI Hospital.
io nibai genl tnedloa) hta-
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He s:re(., i ni Mi rep m pab-
hm tha Mat U tni
'i sreo* sad *.ir piat
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LONDON, July 10
Colonial relations are being harmed by il><
j>uIkhs which have caused Colonial Studenti
tn protest vigorously gjainal an order to leave
their hostel at Hans Crescent, Knightsbridg*
in Ltmdon's West End. lo make roon
tor freshmen, says the London Times, in .
leading article commenting on the protests.
"When it was rightly decided some year
jiko to provide large facilities for colonia
students to (jet their education and tramin
in this country," says the paper, "there ayaj
far too little consideration of ways ar<
means; and the British Council, like the Colo
nial Office welfare department before it. h
now feelini; the effects of this improvidence
"At the bottom of the trouble is the ultitud.
of some of the students to segregation. Wht
the British Council took over its new respon
itbUities, it was widely taken for granted tha
segregation was a bad thing for students trtu
had come to England as much to learn Enc
Ugh w.ivs of life as to pursue aWSKaan <
studies.
"So the numbers of students aQCOmSM
dated in hostels were cut down, with the In
lention of putting more of them into families
and lodgings Among the students them
selves, hr'wever. there is a strong core win
prefer |(. h segregated in hostels, with other)
like them, and it is these who now see them
elves threatened again.
"Almost certainly, the advantages of dis-
these coloured students among th(
population have been accepted too uncriti-
cally and the difficulties have been treated
too lightly. Perhaps, for the African, the jump
From his home life straight to an English
home is toe big.U.P.
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FRIDAY, .11 i.v i:, IMI
HAKHADOs M)\(K Ml
I IVI
BUTCHER FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER
In Rose Hill Affray
V III A K ?
PH CUMBERBATCH -.->[ I -
Ml 51 Petal
' *dai <->i Iccil Jackman,
iiv.il In the now district on
June '.
Cumberbatch stood calmly m hut dark guit,
trace of emotion as ha Iist ned to Ru Honour
the Ctuei Ju Allan Collyrot n the deatn
sentence.
"After an argument lor two
sdiich Cumberbafa
deter bad
lold the Jury. "Cumberbatch r^n
shirt till
ich-long kiuf.- in
hU hand. He leaped in-twit h an
und and sent I
knife in Jacknun1
ik'ht Inchn and I
lulls.
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M Chili \\ illou

Uca Band -n
I ntral Si'a-
Club Willow '.
July ,'H.
\i\.'.a| '.'.'cdjiesd.
One wm Cumberbat
The :, .# :4 ber and m Jackm
Mr. (i it Nil.
tor rumberhj.i.ii and lfr4 w w
BoUeltCN nantrai nr iba
'' i \ b tta. i i i
tired for i
month to deUberatlng the,r verdict
whk the public will b.- invited
Argument
It haj i. |m l I (Ol UM rOMClHIOD was
mi .hi" arsuawnt be-
a I unberbatah and Jackman
BW (or two shiningl which Cumber-
baldt J groan Durlu tha
.. Jackman cuffed Cum-
V Rocl I Ian and went home.
Ha raturnad shottij
him Jacki for i stick and
truck him with it a fes
ibbtd him.
tl arm which Dr.
. that Jack-
ii.Mik tO defend hnn-
selr bti.1 a n the chest.
Rvidoi | the argu-
ii.-ia itwtad whan Jacknum
Dr. Proverbs Points On I
Benefits Of \rlijivial
Insemination Of tattle
H B PROVERBS tol I ni n ban < I I
Breeders' Association at their Annual Mat I
Chamber of Commerce yestcrti..y eitOfl......I thai ,
4 Artificial [naenunatlon i
pravantlon of the spread of venereal (Uaaaai
1 rucUla abortion. Trtchomoni.isis aril C
Heea
i \ Ui ..! ttuMminaUoa .>i genetic potent! U
i't.ictmed for m.n.-
Itttl )e- tore- Offl
hkh lire Russia "H is not vet kno
Wunark In Brit- 'balgredeoi breed of cattle wi!
. .. ,. i ted for Um
touui on for man
:
i".
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ni 1^ high
ifiii.k B&raa 1
.
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1
s. clod
1

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.
COD IA1
Hank Notes
Replaced By
IIla nl. \ olrs
i,. >. j ctawo wm n i- it
r cumu,- I'owuiiis; lic-clectcd
n pwruu fresidenl Of stock
Jaekmuft lister h.ni
' h k'fl
told her the elation. This too* place at the
Id tha
THIS IS NOT A ntTK It l i poUto whlrh .. nhupkeeprr ol
ll ml. Hall buuthl Irom poutu vrndur on adBtasiBJ The
IMtUlu looks like 4 durk whose n-iili.?--. arr nr-.tlj rr4iurd ...nl
K Miuattina at rr*t. It ha- the two baUntlm rurvWJ whore thf
aekeM ol a duck* ndBKH Mould be and two Indentaiioiis where
* duck's r\rs Would be.
Housewives Will Get
Natural Gas In Oelobe
BEGINNING from about October this year, houac-
and others will be supplied with natural gaa instead
Ol tha present type of g Uied and \v\\\ then foTe Ret RlOTe
Value for then money.
uppued from i
wall it Turm H
ver> hitch beaUni quaUtj which
onl) require* aboul hall the
i
it ns
M q it your* Ui
'"" :! <' '.:..: .ili :| t.,..
ihe Can Amendment BUI has
passed its various stages UUVUStl
Ixitii Houses of tlie I.< .
the public will he film! In 1
tlnj the Qovei n li
natura nd eaaant 'if the ('u1omi.iI
Oftlce which .Mil t,ik<- a lltlle 11
a*, la iMi

ii .
. nd this
v a second
. I Roadlni in iwa.
"It * soon evident lhal "
i and tin-
Oanund tor Ulbl form of breeding
noa vcr> free)
Drum uPi
i.
co-operative Imei run
mukii
Island's dair\ herd*
ii- i l!
whether this 0*
......
ii limited miounl ol ili
s uiiri.it t t: .
IQUae) of 't.-k i ' .;:
bomeone's
goin
to
WIM WITH
SPAIQ1NG
OVER 70 YEARS OF SPORT
baeta, the capiui tir>t ce H
|uj i '
I i i i" memben or lnhw>
at one In the i. ealltj
(inirol Mi-.'siircs
Hoard now
i iik mosi ,,i the centrw
safeguard
the -i ck ownai b tnforcad b)
ih Mn.c i n ijitun
ihc advantaai of Artitlcii.i
ttlon over natural serview
nan
plaaa.
1
\.Uh the *
i.il lni*nilnniii w en re i'i Hami

.;..,! r |d
: hi iin.
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i

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S P A I 0 I N C
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^reetiVrV Aksoi-'h
Peittani litenee Wr olli rtad
, nelghbouriiii farm* i
n Mm To
v tho centre from which th
developed I
. \h f flv dlffei
nyt Ihe Man
1
i co-operaU vi
I
"rrom Initial expa
i woul
Annual McetmR at Ihe Chamber \
sattf-^araSR'nsK.sws jm.'
Ihe
tried to pacify hi
would see unii -
The day after the murder ...
_ commitle loner m dered hinualf to the noiic* .1
h dahcli Dbrtncl K" Station end
",.nlirom.^ ha who had done th
~i ...... -..... . .-in iiikci, mi. M EVtiU to uir uovi
r. Niies for Cumberbatch bued John Challenoi. Mr. D N..,;.
..1 imti-s of two :',B,""""'ms '" ,m' ",rv " ,h(ir0 '' r- r Skrete. I" M B. acale of rates to
,;, Z bcin^r1'"''1'1 Hews iskln ''' " I W Brail H consume
** 'ury 10 return vet let of H. J. Nlhlock and Mi A ' s,..,i
.1 many id varied
:. .;>antaje ,s 'he p* -
vi nii.ui ,.i pre Ml il h 1 real dl 1
.1". B "I'll. .llH.lll. i
T: lehomonloaui I
.> 1 :
Another freal edvantai
ilnjjle ejaculate from a hull
diluted ip to I In 100 end Ihti
could be used to insnsnlnata ..^
It can thu'J
ue seen that :. neat deal of goini ArUflctal [nsemlnaU
u-oik can be dene t. improve Uu- dahrdta future
preduettv* cap brol a dairy herd. nus". howevw
heir l)t"VllluK you aro certain of tht* lend hit.
ibUlUai ol the bull which is such matters u mllh >
being used. 00 Ihe pro
"It in lor this reason lli.il the geny of ceil nil
I PINEAPPLE
1 CREAMS
*v/ i# < tun i\<.
Aezjvjnr
is $14.tMin. Three
which should haw
dollar noti
ad rive
ralue ..f ss.oon ,
other officers nppointc,! srara

1 L Bealj and Mr
11); Sir John Mill
saint. Ml w Bpringer, Mr. 34
c. U
the natural gas lUpply
tobei
The basli price Axed 03 the
11 cants to the publi
ills to ti 1 bul the
(nation
huill up.
I .
I I it >
small Uon of th.
he 1 ,111 I"' made
tne
*'i 1 oi-ki.r %\blrh
haulsk have eeetaiaesl MM
dollar iiot-s u..s tumid to he
lil.ldr Up o( blank shrcls ol
pjprr in n' tut to hank note
sl/r parked and srjlrd. Thr
Police *rr earrviiut out fiir-
Iber investliallon-.
aughler and not murder.
ProiHMxilion
(Members of the Oofnmtttes ol Mansffsm The natural gas pipe .
The othe, two members ol tha &'th,
"I am submitting that there Commltteo of Management will ha we,hesBoad pK b i Vv.kh
was considerable provocatioii u, appointed aflei .....col b) >l the 1 ',,..".,./ ..'..-- wiVu -
***** ssaar* ne-aasd. rrcna gpaicleni omn noewtj or lire Association to branch line ihroti
'ion must necessarily ra- be j 1 dak | Roebuck
duee n.urder tO manslaughter."
Wlirl.icr l.rkio.n struck
Greater Rum Track
With U.K. Possible
SPECIAL
AT
i>mn xi \ sun 1
101 mm. v
KNIGHTS LTD.
Hops W ill Be Used
To Trace Criminals
The Police AJ
the l)is-

tuii:
used to trace 1 ulpi b and will
hi led to Iin- scene i.; ti
U all in-
ions.
''
cs < the h uttlngs

light here
from th I >
''onstruetor" Loads
5,800Toiu of Sugar
The motor vessel OeJtsffkui
Constructor (8,93 is net) i-n-


Ltd) and
a Co,,
Ltd.. nre ihipplnc the sugar 1 ,
tho tw, Bra brtown or
snd one
Cumberbatcli once. twi...
Ihree limes, he had given birth
lo provocation
Mr. \ilis waived Ihe lirsi
attack by Jaeknun and lold
ihe Jurj that there WM a ler-
nlic onslaushl on cumber-
batch with a stick by Jjck-
i.i.n which caused Cumber-
batch in lo-,- tii- balance and
coolness.
atT. MUM ciled a case to
snow that if after reconcilia-
tion Uie one renewed Ihe at-
NkCk *nd Ihe othrr hid a dead-
ly weapon un him and used it.
mere would have been evi-
dence which mtghl reducr the
crime lo manslaughter.
*()np blow Is resarded b*
the law aa belns grava pro-
s ....ti.,1.." he said "The ques-
tion fa." he arrucd. "had he
time 10 set possession of his
reison." He did not. he s*id.
The Attack was too swift.
They should attach little |o
the evidence ol Jarkman's sis-
irr. Mr Mies told Ih. |ur-
She had given the suisei|ioii
lhal Cumberbatch wenl home
for a knife, that he save a
hreat s. be went and returned
running wllli the knife in hU
*iaaff She. he said, could not
have been speaking the truth.
No other witness has seen n> '
Mi. c. <:. ii O'Neal (Set ratal 1
and Registrar).
The statamant m ecounti and "Most <.r the residential
the Iteport of the Committee of are alieiuH covered l UW oiiim
Management for Ihe year ended arv gas malnl Which strel
December 31. 1000 srare nttopted. the La tan ltd at one end to
The Asaociatlon decided tori '' '*ir Hall Terrace ! tha othei
1 subscription from $2.00 end. They Include all tht
to J3.00. pal streets In the cltj end suburbs
The Chairman Mr. C. L. Scaly These low oressure mains arc -
on Iwhnlf of the Association ex- nrled t<
gh
In Mi A I'. Se
for the good work he hud rend- Prno"
OCdaUon during the
time he was Secretary.
Mr. Beale suitably replied.
the high presaure
SAYS CAVE
THKREISa potential trade for Barbadoi rum in Ens
land bul a Kraal deal more adveiiimih' ii needed, Ml R
Cave ol Mesera c^\--. Shepherd e.- Co., Ltd, told Uu
Adveeata yagtardaj
Mr. Cavi has just returned from England
repreaented the Isarbadoa Chamber ol Commerce ,. ], ii rati -I Chamb* 1 of Common

ire itei com ei iem wl

welcome it "
Mangoes
Everywhere
RECORD CROP
1 >. vi ..r. crop hoi
187,000 tons equivalent of sugar
I n d molasses. Ihe Advocate
was told yesterday at the Depart-
ment ol Agriculture.
laid hi > record and is
some 2X00 tons more than what
. 'mated.
All factories have coa*?d
hmgs fhc has seen 01 }
the thing
She w. the tvpeof witness who Bel*
1 Pln<
tOOth : I I I
Mangoes all kind* od |
are plentiful everywhere m Bridge-
town nd in the country.
In the shops and alleys of tne
City, hawkers' trays are mostly
idled with mangoes which they
sell at prices ranging Ung operations, it was a
Mangoes arrive bv Schooners
.
day from other WL islands and
pott!
awaj irom daj I
Hut In some of the trays, the
buyer will find ui.nines mostly
ti t pines, bananas, plan-
1 11
Britlah Empire
He said that
um 1. quite well-known in Eng-
lllng well
. iivwliciv luguor is sold
ou will see the Jamaica rum
'When asked by penile .,!-,
the products >t Berbadeav1 said M;
( ave 1 would uturau)
. 1. -:-:t .in.l ium in the flrv
place 1 was siupilsed to has
I I ....pie th;.
J .1 1 urn bul ni 1
Barbados'
That is why I think that If Bar
1 .ados rum is to take the marki C Dthta, presented bouquet
passenger traffic from the Unit-
Kfngd West Indies
rial|sH Value
"Th" 1 pinion
da 1 nates .,1 ih.- l-mfel
|| uu w*i Ii
put up Bgures to the value .
freight i rfered as a whole, it WOUk
be of great help to Ute Londoi
Chamber of Comme ci in 1 iittl
Up .1 uiM case t-i the PTOpe
uthorit 11
Mr. Cave's 13-year-old daiigh'e
..(
Clothing Lost In Ftie
1 D i in < .nistrii. let

1 ,: .k 1 .iven
will l- hjeh avldenUv is not the stick In
the other will.. | BSlUng tl
Cefutnsctor
id that the stick which w9 used

and limes.
\ in season.
.s-kin* 6 cents each for
1

.

and limes
The stick she gavo
iH)llce was split and worm
eofen and if it had b*
have broker Th II
Othf
I tl r.
oadt t
CORNED BEEI
they :
Whole stick. M, irnporter, can order
I OOO 1
m . cuireniv tourcee for arrival
MNning in the cm ,. ,,,,.,,. between tha months
ne said, "thai , th.s y.-
Manslaughter
^.
Cumberbatch wanted to renew us
attack. If during vourdt
there comes a doubt in your mind
lhal there was sufflctei I
i.hi. then the verdlcl
.
I
11 was quite true that
. iuld tmount rot
uon
"But Ihe cited b)
inch's couiiM'l is not quite
the type of cae with which wa
Ina." he said Where two
1 a fight and
one is killed, it is not nsan-
More Lumber
Due Shortly
Two million f'
i'Vpected lo
ft
.0.1)00 feel
lo*das by
Ism-
M it
menl will be dig"
I

-tiansand Norway. Is
srnov
Of the polvcre-I'. -hlpmen. w-
loll cumberta."
Schooner captains found it diffi- called to give evidence in a ease

. ...... .
srondernd a' thai
'
UM 11 was extrcmelv marvellmt
wo men wh0
lor "w " ''"lo.
"But It Is to be noticed.- he
the only wttnass
dence has been supp

difficulty of getting s barl ps the men'* no*
inner!;.' ct the ship- seeing might be glloWi

sj) t>a Page 7
Licences will be issued at fy
C01 rol OfBces to Impot
npply for quotas. The 1 e him pi It
will be 01961 per 1
OIL-MEAL COMES
ree thousand
1
-. :
Akiia gosmer. 1 be
"-."er ahw urouuht 4800 000
ix of sugar nal
machinery for Andrews Factory
Uaaa Haanirr lafl

$24 FOi< BODILY HARM
i rt of l i. end shinr>
... t Bo lad n ill Tenantry,
the property of Lilian D I
b] in- ebOUt 3.IS pro
i Wednesday.
Clothing valued at 60 was also
in up
I . i ., ,i a... i ''. ;-.
a more lertaui end *
attempt should !- made to n'lvci
. ,,,
Aske -. ,i Uamahlp paeaai
clllties had been (nought up ..
the C'Wigress of the Chnmlj*-is
f Co i..... Mi < ' ' '
UlBl Um matter had bOM
Ac olttUon 1* >o be
forwarded to the l'""''1'""
ha wild, -'asking then, to
UM M ^tractive
to steamship Itnea lo ursBertake
i.
1
i ommcrce The request Ch bt i
make the present I
Cave, came rron Ihi B>;
. ibera on the In
.t the honorai nv mhet
Mr Cave said thai be had sec
.i picture of the vent In tru
"Advooast
i trj pleased i i<>"k up n
this little sei vice which niv daugh
ti bed beet
i compUnuml I Bat bade

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PAGE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. Ili.Y O, MM
HENRV
CARL
ANDERSON
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On
children's
cuts, scratches
and abrasions
use
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When yon take vi:\si-vni; Tablets the
effect i wcmdetlul' I'ain vimih**. Cold and
ins .liviprx-.ir. and vim tvfin to/.*.'
tr//.' ThCfc'a n.ihmg el* like YEA&T-VITE
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(fi YRAS1 VITE to-day.
REl/EVES YOUR Pa/N AND
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday Only
Isually
Tins Silver Leal Pineapple Juice 35
Pkgs. Garden Cream Biscuits 53
Pkgs. Nelsons Gelatine (j) 60
KM, Usually NOW
:i Tins Koo Apricot Jam 63 .**
I Tins Batchelor Peas 38 "
.VI Bottles Frontenac Beer 26 2o
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il \ \ ii s o n i: ii i s il i: s
f/Ui mm ffltiEST HlMSH
Wuiilil> PICNIC HAMS
9 ibi ii n pti id
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FRIDAV. Jll.V II i:.i
BARBADOS XDVOCATI'
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TBLKPMOMl 2900
The charge, for
Hindi Mvruin. DwiM
tdMUl and In Mrmoria.
M 011 1.-.U1. .nd It an
(or any number o( wudi ui
S eeale per word
i-i im.m KAUtt
HEAL E&IATfc
up to 30 and cm, p.
additional mud Trrn,.
ftbrr ii word*
KIM, I-dvB EldK-a M-r lunrial oil)
leave her laic raeldenre DMh Vglaty.
Si George, fur St Gn
I I p m teat]
DeJptiu. King .Hu.ban.i M. ...
Oladalone Curii. glaon Ium< and Edna
-Oil Julv II. It*( Mi. 04.1i Jr
II lair of Uapp Mill
f,iiwr.il leave* net late re.i-
r al *30 p i-i 1<>-day lor Si.
> are a*! vd
.da .igl.'.-1
mm Viui. j
IM ni.h i. |1H. .
I -Sat you
n i si-
Vou can purrhoae Si ginu> a) Mi..
we.l Road lor c>an or on term, or u
your houae la loo mull and you wan)
morP room you ran enhangc u ,und.
and loon oTeVr
a iw D'Arcy A Broil. Maa.
11 1 31in
nor l_.nr
I MOUI-I <>u Friday
->.

> lair
ic-day for St. Jimri Cemrtrrt
ni.no. air BfSN -
II.w .iiid IVu- 1
ii; i
A\MHMI>1IMS
mJS*JHa "" <"ed "ILLU-
252^ *"" r*> "*"" '! Ol land
S^..i"u*1- _tn-w-*h aireai.
The I'M,* conU.na Uallri
I Boom, ,*, bedroom.. H...-
i.i*i room, "iital convenient*!, laige
I?..aemeM ITlreinc UgM ->d Cove,,,-
mem avatar Inaiallad.
The auovr prrmiae* will b- act iip law
a*r oy Public Competition a( our OH .r
Jame. Siro-I on Iriday Uih July ,,.
v- ".V ""p^'^" *i i
BIBIU Inc Irnant Wl.irn iho hour* of
- -nd m ii da "
foii iii:vr
'"II XaaU-v* 14 '."-J. o.-
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r w.i m \ i \
<.OY.I,\\IF\T NOTHI
PanmM Vegkci
Main I'aeior
HOI SIS
I'OSI .SM1STAN? 1 M.IM U
aiirt till IKK M. INSPICTOB, ,
Mr.,,,..,, a. Irlfph,-, DrNrt. I / } Oiltft /Vo/#/(*#/!
mrnl. (.irn idi.
On A Bicycle
MadelnBrilaiii
MS T
< ll Jili' root bod
11 1 SI-J
KOSC-MOK^ HOUSE. Naai Uaaaiah SI
I'coaMalon on A
approval - --
roaaaM Aj..
WA.MI1I
H : raiim uark 11 arnli a
N c-il. iwaoai,. 14 Mora.....w
awnfa j tmn a vord k uo-d ui V.imiM
re invitad for the

imriit. Circnods.

1 SaUry in the gmrte of
I2.1B0 x m *2.640 p.s.

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veiling alir
titith m


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MfWr <.f bu-\ I. (., i.mt I,
and rapid drauihtaman. rapa-

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. ! arrancrd in n
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Thr
al ihf
hou-l i
rnq-irlca l?> D M. Slin(r. Gr-nada
Ma Ma n
>i>. on t-nday Ui

mouday nrsoiir*. <-.i
Spirr. SANTA MARIA -
ll < -':. I .-. aaaSM f-. >'.' ' I. r I ... 1
p-r da> (SRANH H
dr-ntlal dulrlct under aovrrimirnt H..u.r i ,..,
hill I'-ie. from *on pr. : Mirh.rl -,ih iiiv
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Tynt. roarhwork i
II loud rondlllon To b- wm al Cour>
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CARfV-Vaiixbiill
tyrao, ,,
baa II
Parbadua ASSflGafli
rl In good order -1 An.Ii. -ii : si i

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Plrk--;> Momi II
urdrr i;n aUnoat i
Sloulr* DruK Slot*
Edward* Garaac.
In good working
body Apply
or M..I.I..1I
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I. l-Mn-r 3M
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n^y ba Inaprcl-d -l I-.. Vaid. Chrap-
Id* Apply HI
PI. Philip. 1 7 51 I.f n
LlVKSTOlii
HISCELLANtOlS
on-oily prrparalioi
-v firm and win
KNIGHT'S LTD
ii r it In
amm i nrsi roorNM'ii
Rlarl aavlnn p.tr Boxev Within a ahoil whllr von
may br lh wlnnn of one of lha follow-
Infi lat PrlM ft0O. 3nd JM/e SIS or
M PM V. 00 I.T.1IMil
ENKDS rinxmoniYi. TABLXTS
-lour and bad brrnlh Or!
Kiua-hl* Drug Slor*a
11 7 Sl-ln
KmORTf LTD
Pl^HTIC TAIU.E COVBHS III l>rnullf>
rtrwan. Mum lr. II ! M i S in:
II 30. 14 4 In* 3 it
Apron* 11 ao rarh
RECORDS Charlia Kuiw I
and wr will nrdn IM fOH K *s
havrnl gol ll In lork A. nI"a o Co
lid TSl-tfr
and riiiuliiu. i>
iTTLE. CATTORD CO.
^^^ 7 7 51-1.1
AUCTIOIf
I have ban
navarillMDl in Erutivc __.
adtn )"i -air by public aurlion al ,
aid of iho Drpaitrnanl of Htali*
feM Tr.i,,,,_,rt on Irldav nrl Ihr I

II 1
I tPHBt .v TVI'IST (..i .....
I
. II l-T'l
IKIMI'Mi 1.1 \-t Hill 1- I rO
...
blC Appli-
Callon* ahould Ui lubmlllrd ir w riling
and cnrlo'lng ...pi,. ;


o Lid <' > .
u;si hi
'-ill $590 p.M.
4 The post i
t. peruxi of dm
I HM lh-t :nsi;uico.
;>lic^nf afeoUld ntivr BjOOfJ
trchnw. : ,
I .
i
,'n.l mamlenancr of the
> "Ii the Enj;iner-in-
Cbarg, to whom he will he
' require
It will i^ u- >ns ,luty to assist
Ibf. EiiKirifi.-ir-Chariie In the
worm of supervision of thf plum
-it the Pow.-r Station (including
HM llefrmrration Plnnl>.
Tha PUttaJ s.il;iiv.rii. 11.111* above thr rnlnlmUDl in tM
. lioiitlly quaJUflajd
person.
latfM should . wiitina to th'* Artmlni Goveniment office,
a,
28th June. 1951.
13.7.514n
NIXJN
the two in..in ,rfuaes
blitmed for ,, steady increase In Thiy are so popul.ir In i
ency a m .< n i adolescent United Stales t>
ll'h In Britain. \ factor*
Hi.. nsOysti |a made In 1 '' I lh I
i
iw, apoointed II Mi 14H
t> tit. iaTJ4lfftntc< and Bill ri WOHti ClJOfMNM It
^ ...'.ions. Tli-. nun
o' defaulting boys. WPTtcastl ol (1.000000 ov.i U ,
ralsstofM, it says. ros. Biggest
! hi IH387 i IH38 to 27.545 n
ft-ance not j mt
MIS( ll.l.ANKOl'S
M ii
|aj ,
ll ha. .....
nd the ub
IWnag i >-i.
A SCOTT
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
i
ii
on Friday July |](h at Mciara Redl
A Taylor. Oa.aar. Chuith VllUgr 111
LlBht Hud win Car IS** M.nl< i I arf
il until 19SI U. pcrfr.:
auiublr for Tnl Term* Cash,
-i |
i ioi up; UCKNSE NOTICI
nurmi wp aj not \>
i
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If
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IIAIM'/.II
I mli't Thp lliiimiiiirl lliniiiiirr
.lion, from IBS, Worrrll I
win wii hrr rnllra- KM of boii.. ni.i
-Idr-iH-. Bank H.H
X Hoad oppoatlr On- II,.,.
I*.*! Ihr 11-1, July, Ifol i
I I i.l.-. Ofaa
Piano. Mahog anting, mm and rraNffi
i
brnlwood and folding .halra. Mahog
Waggon .ind lablr. lard..
ialo. iron badalKad. Mahogany
drcaalng'tablr. mghl chair. waahMand.
nrn lablra and prriara. gla a war*, kll.hrn iltSBStBl and many
I
D-AM 1 A. m
UNDER THF. SILVER
HAMMER
a
'lotrnce AUvyne r will a.ll .. tk.
-
I Cordra.
.
"d arc both aiitlqu.

.. hull Pwlintr
Old Colonial 1 Pnlr.1-1 D.nu.g T.I.I..
hd StdrtMMird: Vrrv nir- tip
Arm Cbalra; Book Cam; Round Tin Too
I Droplca.
Tablra. lUM.ml I/dMIm f halra. all In
V-ry old Mahogany. Hoc... | i
no Eaay Chain; Ornamam and side
Tabla. all in Cordra. Plclurra Whatnot
I I'.' Ann Cliall.. Aniiqu* Swold*.
llal Top Dr.k. Caiprti and Ruga. Mlr'd
Cabinet. Ubu and China, c l fl
Drrarlrra and Jug*. Vary llandaomo Old
Or n amenta. Papr,
i
and Coffee Service*
in W.nklng order,
Drawrra and I

Tablr. F rltolr/ Mlrioii." "iTll "in"!.':,*
Mahog: tuln l.inrii Prgaa, Double lrun
Itedilead. Spting mid Han Bed. Cordra
i- MT Waihiland fi E C
l-dlo. Plaled Ware In Rnlir Dlahea.
Waitrra. Fork.. Kpoon*. Fiali K ...

Preaaea. I-.i,I.t.. Kitcr, i
-
Fowl and Ktfbbil IV.w. Tern*.
III! AIIOWI
ALLEVNE SCHOOL
I \TR tM I I VtMIV \1ll>\ I i.l
Thrir win be an I.
lion on Monday jmh July al JU a.m
.. Nr* PUp
Appllrnlioni imi Miaatrr and muat br i.tcom
,
rate and .. T. ,., ii Cond^irl
li.nn UM i-liinor
Cloning dale lor
wii br sard fid]
There la a vacant Foundation Scholar.
ahlp lenablr al the Allr>ne School
Ui gfrtung l.i
.. .
1 ( ..d Tli-
iniial- Appli.aiiU in.nl praaanl them
- ..

i I MIIHIItAT. II
I 7 51 4n
SPECIAL OFTTR P Van '"'
aaaorlrd Jniii* fHM BoUIMl ''< tot ""I
S M W A. Medlord a Company. Rlckett
Street
HttWtO Cl '-HI..', I '.'iT" I" 'I! ''
I RS llr*dv peeked in Burlap
Flag., each eonttMM 41 Spring. '8 >owi
of i fh. Pwiatialaag i* tl
Q.iantnv available Apply
to The Standaid Agrnrv Hdoo Co.
14 Swan Stieet. Pnorie MXO
u.TJia
CASH.
BltANK.R. TROTMAN ft C<
/turllnnrrrs
13 7.51
nail $1*0 on a,adorn
WtLDOKi 'i\ti UAU Heclrr-I.-,
in ea of f. and 10'a alto bron/i-
-leal and Mux f.r Acrtylenr welding
P.nqulre Aulo Tyre Company. T'ala..
gar and Spry Slreeli Phone *
lfi 7 51^ I -
We have Juat received an a*ao"
of Flower and Vegetable Seeda
Auatralla KNIGHT'S LTD
iiiiikiiiiv ui' i:i\in
.ii have iroublr col*
[ lecting your rents from > our
tenants win
D'Arcy A Siot: to i
. .
mission of '
and your troubles go.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
i ne Lane
' fO-DAVS NEWS FLASH
act
K V. M P I S DfOINI
VKAK BOOK 1950 to 1951
I JOHNSONS STATIONEItV
T TO ORDER
al
JOHNSONS HARDWARE
:i. ,
' II oclork. Trri
PI ifi.it; \oi ii i s
u re--da.il
NOTICE
i ii i in m ri us
-' for one or more vacant
r ...'.
Sciiooi win be race*
..gnrd up lo July Mlh IHl
Candidal. .
loner* In italtencd elrewtatt
inu*1 br brlwwn the age* ,.e
Appllra'ioni mu.l be forwarded i
ai thr paroshiai traaauntr'i Orl
offir. hour., an E. annual Ion H

O S -
NOTICE
B' F-tate of
BEATPICI KOIIIH- ..
NO-nCt: IS HEREIIV OtVKM
peiaona having any deb| or ela.ir,
agalial Ihe E.Ialr of RealfLe Turd,
laie of King Edaara Road Bank Hal
In Ihe iwri.h of Saint Wich.el wlm
dlrd In Ihit ui.-knd Pn ,he Igth da
Februaiv j|. ,-. r*rby rt-ju.rn
end parnculara of then claim, dill)
itnted to Ihe undri.igned Hiloa |i.
of Culloden Road. Saint Michael, tl
q.iallrled Eaeeutriv of Ihe WIH of n
Deeeaaed In ear*e of Meaar. I, i \i
tlarke a Co Jimr. St.rrl. nndgr.,,-
Sohriton. ..n or before the 31*1 d.
nl July IBSi after which dale | aro
proceed to dirlrlbi.te Ihe a.wi. ol ll
uong Ihe pa" .
hereto having regard only to au.
r'alma of whirh I ihiil inn,
nonce, and thai 1 will not be liable
for Ihe a.*n* or any part thereof .o
to any perann of whoee
drot or claim 1 .hall nol then hav
had rat Ice.
And all peraona indebted lo it* .-. .
Eatale are requeated lo ae" .
debtedneea wnhoul delay.
Dated HI. 11*1 day of Ma. 1S5|
HILDA
qualified eaarulrnt of the Will of
Bretilre Fordr drcraard

IJOCdk I.H KNSi: NOTIt 1
I .id.. M l..., :ta of ltd)
vi-' '"I 10 Ml Ul reepecl of a board

- Mich
- -aid liquor

T I \ ,i. I I. .I> I .,,
i A"
JiHIN II.'IIV
l. A| .
N B. Till* a pc I ii .
p.. h. i 1 ,i
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K A r.'
I.OSI A MM .Ml
No A-JS1B III reaper
..... .- i-.
am* of Hi- 1
Secretary of
lift ..

liidav am. Julj IffSftl

m ihnrea.
Dated IhW Third day ol July ISM.
JF Af.Al'.n
Stopper Heads
Give Man
New Career
Stalin Motlel Is
U.S. Favourite
'
>'!.. at, Ki .i.n .
ton, mark
sent them as .i ^ifi [ .,
wlthoul knowing
i
:
- oni of Mi. Churchill,
one pi Uncle Sam and ihe third ol
Joatfl Stalin,
A few ..k, tatsg larM onlen
'
u& i. .

Uaplayed In l tboa And || of
IheiB wanted the Stalin modi I
i
fashion dasigaei ud worked lor
to All thi
Eneh model had to be he
and then h;ind-p..int.>d
Soon Lot

"" Pal..........,. .
other wot
Added In P, I
D i.
Charlie Chaplin, Mr Attlee and
otKeri Oxford undcr-
raduataa wrote. k..imihu darsana
of their proressors' fact
asked lor bottle -toppi i

A London club said all their
ive .. pink tie.
Biant bottle rto] i" i made ;.-.
!. and ni.....
theii own i u k i-
nii.i
From W h ;i t was | I
has built hlmsell
Ha i^ arauaad thai "i<
the Jot
Stalin heads an the Ai
but all the world m.
Churchill I. I s
Lttsj gtudy of tin
the iMinniUtCe contends
l t blind-alley jot*
and lurid Mm*, tell but half uW
nioiuv Too many
n adds, don't Itnoa
ln| .>f n*li*;ion and get
without
ha dlrratance between

i Hh> trouble is utlnbu-
tei io adveng, miiutnces of the
Us', war. More .named wiimeii
1 I ..
n wnii the result
'! i angj home |o I
a was a jumb-j
ling up of hum.in iii'-gs* ul jH
i.fc.ig almrliig of ev.-ivthm* rrOBI
rlothmg. With parental
lovg and atssaTJaon Lukm,; the
.
qufancnr,
Poor i:\ainple Sri
Dei sat BUCxt ;i POM
i Xample bo lumi-sty, self-ri'strim
and ! '"'Vitjiuv," say8 the report.
"-ti.it the) Mirpris,- la not thai the
ch tow standards
but thai their slandaids run
| d.."
i i i.commends UiiiT
' :"i hil.tli':i I -.-h.i.'l
i apt sjnptVgynanl
nl> duntiff si-hool hours. If
i.'.horilieg should
1 "iitinit-in farvioaa id i
t-nabiinu i go out to-
j;ellu r nion- (iet|in nllv
AiTiong other rvtasokss, tiie re-
ii i renter enrournci
rnant in the aWdoptloD of orphans.
Moo, special kmo
- I n.li.rc for engaged
nd ft* or ;i-m-Ii'.I li-.;.,!
trenti se^'king DaVorce
Bui apeeiti itnoa hi laid on the
I -:.tion of nonnal
urutentandinj bet. ten
' i'h the
i ....-.- \f Ufa on
11 !M
-
(823)

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II
Y,,u \.i-!, lo m v \ mil ~i
l.ii Dg Ind ,i i : WM
RALPH-A-BEARD
ropularitv
Far-Easiern COia

led by Malaya (taXTOO) al
India ithai i
I n, Wi
Afri< (
'''
year sa
motCT-i

Popularity of Brit
and cyi lea in I
the
that Amen
Ii.im- not treated tlii. fonri ol
.'ii .filoualj
.
and are siill n ,

tumbei-.
Iik.- in,.lot -.v.
(oiupeiiiiu
Bui mi-.. i .
of tio
lighten lines
So whan ro thai some t
i .
Ught-wi
. fj
cycle
l

nvM bin*

the Baal I |
tranapoi II I nd v eatli
ii'.d i..
.ml DMton

in atexlco thaj an Dopulai
thaj in ihe "beat
'i
ti the Mexii in
JAMES MOHAN
MS
illl i:\l!l!\lnis UKlltll SUPPLY
(OKPiN. LTD.
miiici:
\\\l Al nun
A I.l. PBBS0NS h ,
this C-..r|Hit,iliiiii
IBOafk I" Mini them
mt ACCOUN rS M ilni I
tr ri-l|lli>sli' inn.lt- li|> lo lh.
'mill aw .ii'.\k us s.M.n us |i,,..,i>i,
#### .imi.ifmjs i:ij:i inn
si i>ni.% nmi'OHMio.x ii n.
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DO YOU REALISE
SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamship;-
Namr al Shlfi
I.AIIV '.FLSON
;srii
l LKNflFI
LAD\ K.-liNFY
iBTIIUCTOn
.11. .
10 June
10 July
3S July
M Jui
a Ai.g
10 Au|
'
.1 Jut)
1 Aug
1? Aug
U Aug
I Ai.g
13 Aug.
II Aug
i -! i
II Aug
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How much you can
by making
Save
UI1V NEl/i'iN
1J.DV HODNI
l-MIV Nl
I.ATiV Hi ' \
rr July
35 Aug
IC Sepi
July
m Aug
M.i
" Aug. Aug
Sepi
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.Agcnti.
SESSIONS
g) Iram I'ace 5.
eould not hold that she did no"

m deseribed it
brother throwing up his hand tc
.vhen hi*
hand hd become week ha wai

In dad the
i

who had thing
I Juatlc
lould noi
be persiiade>l hy the feelings of lh""
dead mai
for Cumberbatch.
V| I ..; j
Alter )ust ovf
an hour's deUbOl

i:iii lei
8 Killed In 'Plane Crash
OAK'.
Eighl were killed
eriouslv
'
Attri"ii(li J
n

i port en
I I'
Sulphur?
There's Tontt In
Solomon *s Country
SHuKTAcik of raw irntertau '
Noofanue, sa> M-yaai
lisl ana geologist HertMrrl i i
It'a )US| | mutter .if Knowing
here tfl -ook.
'his home ui
Lanes, Mr. CiXafj, Bfl
(ossed a piece of rock sulphur in
fits hand.
And ha sajid "It'.- .,
Or*. I i ui get thousands .
II Iron .i mine Mar M
Arabia. And Id
The country la nrli in minerals.
- a.en i.' ii country,
yOU know."
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FRIDAY. JCLY 13, 1S5I
SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
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QUARTER-MILEKS SECRET
fVf.lJMI MlllKIKs *vlO(K row -dill .rim r last week wlwi
Mm! Oxford .mi < mtO.ii.i-. ti-.m rlrfi tied lUrvaril ana*
i lie In In-- event* to four. Winner of the half mil* event ui. Nick
rtgUI I nJiOi 'cm n.ptain. ll< wa* followed hontf bv
r v lilrh was kept secret until in. da* of the meeting. Hill
l.iu'/ii'f ua\ uriiiMr lo repmduee thai limr against Starry wlie
M mi ( ( o lorlably In 4S.2 second-.
RAY Rl|tiNMl\
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I tha world Laal
hli opponoi
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apart bj the potlahtd

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h'- i no all over II i
Inforrl.
attLUfllPM'.'T'*
By M. R-m-.on Gf.i,
Plaj Baseball
After 3 Days
NKW YORK. Jul) 12.
Mil bMina
.i UoR luiluy after taking.
i .-.
ihe four team
In Iba American
Thr Bjaart Iwa vraaki aboa!
' importanl toward aattluul the
The Priest* IdYn

tic i tal
.,.. ..I I
uirnrd into more orthodox MWlng
Qalnford ai the
< lub on 13* s"" '
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Galnfoi
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to
the Chicago JL_ -.. '
- ilib
d hi. na would kill blrn
p with thr rtci
.,,,,.- Sol cl '">' 'roni
touch netting him
l 'i
Bin BVI i' Tommy
li.-n Mr th weltar-walgfit title
ho had to (u| hi. purse-money
down tha mldJdfa 1.....4 pppi -
ii' -it
Wo had ana doll
lUght up rMi Lallotta "
i i
over. At in maa-about-towD
i: Ida tha locoi
veniont m Itvorca si
the .igc of iH and Uw
Urraa up whan, dibit
irmj an lo ht rafun d
ml*
lowad to watch
White Sox. the Boston Hed Sox.
tha (Yew
Indiana.
place White Sox. pluys
Chkauja In twilight and night
dBublahaaater t Chicago.
ng gm-
for din
\iirt" He's Smooth
RoUmon in now huppily mar-
tu \ Cotton ClUD
ried
"But hi] i, ^ HoU> and ha* an IH
qoM him into m> horn*, i lupn ,,
lm ., raw trick- * - "- -"
him M)
.round with i! a whfn I toe* mj
laaon ol anutaui n|nu I
he clubs.


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Other top American LOaJXM
the night Barn
at Cleve-
land. MtMmUnio Ui the Laaguc, .
dfht ann a ntnTTfrflo Wfn o""Pt t! -v rte.*-
.. .( piaco Now Yorl na lied him down mofa tna
tl. tuoaiaa Cubi oncat .
play U 5 B it Bi i aaervai bia break
Ho had nothing. 1
mi Brooklyn, Th, -
v,, mother and tWO
i-r. whn h" Pffntt
in Detroit, Hi- pa
dor with
a scowl and a chip ofl his xhouldci
is none In hi* pUca is the
nlllni mnn ol affairs, the
12-handlcap uolfer. the ampjoyai
latoMir. vh ownar of the "liuar
n Kiski I 1, ,11 lr;mi, Itio Vclol
11 boulevarcU, and the
, r Ittoc man with
i: Ki.ooo to distribute on behalf of
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COLLEGE, SWORDFISH
WHS AT WATER POLO
HARRISON COLLEGE defeated Flying Fish four oaU
to nil and Bonitas lost their game to Rwnrdflsh by two
ffoals to nil in the two water polo matches nlayed at the
Aquatic Club yesterday afternoon.
Tno goals In both games were wai due to sood marking on both
i red during the .second half of ildea. Captain 'Boo' Patteri>on and
fuch match. For Hamaon Col- Trev..r Yearwood kept Geoffrey
lean Charlea Evelyn acorad two Foatcr and Mickey Jordan, tightly
goals and waa laanpnerbla1 for a marked, which ma just what
tl.ir.i which waa deSactad in by Gerard Jordan and Maurice FiU-
OCM of the FIvihk Kish defenders, terald dtd to Owen Johnson
Mortimer' Wealherhead who Brickie* Lucas.
< pened the scoring for his team Swordflsh kept up the ,.it;n
cored the fourth. The two goals the second hail opened and goal-
ui the Swordnsh Bonitaa match keeper Maurice Foster was kept
were scored by Geoffrey Foster busy by ahota from Geoffrey
,.nd Maurice Fitigerakl Foster. Mickey Jordan and an oc-
Flylng Fish were still without the casional swim-through by Gerard
services of their centre-back Tun Jordan. Swordflsh got their first
Yearwood. Billy Malone, Clar- goal after nve minutes' play it
ence Hart and Vere Lawrence the second half. Geoffrey Fostc
were also unavailable. HaxeU, was the scorer
Taylor and Whiting came into the Bonitas rallied and this time i
team to replace tnem. Harrison was Albert Weatherhead tl*
College were also without their Swordflsh goal-keeper who wa
beat aeven. Allan Taylor stood called upon to do some saving.
down to give Stephen Ormnnum, Most of the Bonitas attacks how-
i.ne of their newcomers, an 'out- ever were broken up by Gerard
mg Jordan or Maurice Fitzgerald.
The first half found both teams Jordan was marking the Bonitas
Mill trying to open their account, left hand sharp shooter Owen
Harold Weatherhead. "Termite" Johnson. He kept Johnson well
Taylor and Hazell in the back line under control throughout the
lor Flying Fish worked hard, and entire game.
Peter pvjtter oil the right wing we* Two minutes after Swordfish's
his usual tireless self lirst goal Maurice Fitzgerald swam
Flying Fish went on an all out through to just inside the hall
(.ffensive right after the interval, way mark and sent in a well
Their attaok was broken up by the placed shot which entered the goal
College defence who cleared to the high into the top left hand corner.
forwards. During a melee about Three minutes later the game
Jive vards from the Flying Fish was over with Bonitas on the ot-
oaL Mortimer Weatherhead got tack and Swordnsn maintaining
his hand to the ball, and with his their undefeated record so far thi-
usual quick flip shot had the ball season,
inside the nets. The referee was Mr. Archie
Mving Fish went back on to the Clarke,
defensive and for a time held the The teams were:
Collegians at bay. Midway In the II urisen College: J. Chabrol,
second half however, Charles Eve- b Manning (Capt.) C. Evelyn,
lyu who had made several deter- p Manning. M. Weatherhead, ri-
mmed attempts to score during the Keldman and S Grannum
litst half got his Am goal and MS Flying Fish: P. Foster (Capt..).
team's second' Flying Fish kep- i, Taylor, ii, Weatherhead. P
..Hacking and their forwards miss- ,vtirr. If, Conliffe. W. Whiting
ti
i an
j
Soot 11
covered
uptake ot op .
oianiuna on an idea i
tor a two btd n- .,
with Tnrcc Clui*
North oin- Bpad
I Ml lluei
ing the cnarat fl ut in-
hand. Sir.
rrbid ol Three No-Ttumpi.
North visual sro iain
nut from n angle *iie us*
ol BlacKaood could
up the quest on o: noviib>
uwraforc marked
.....Hit
Tlu- l'(t ti c *av open tor
South to call Pour No
Turnip and to na the giam:
suet
locating 'he musing :>
Souih* SCtua bid ot
and Nortl
i na mare
.... certainties. Potter on th
wing backed up his defence line
well and several times cut off the
Itairison College back Frank ir
Manning who was attempting to
wtn through and score.
On two occasions however Man-
ning got the ball to his forwards
who after some short passing got
the ball to Evelyn who shot the
third and fourth goals, one of theso
.hols was deflected into the DOU
i,y one of the Flying Fish defend-
Second flame
The second game was perhaps
!.,. than the tlrst and once again
the rtrst half waa goalless.
and Haiell
KoMltasL M. Foster. T. Yearwood.
J P ister. H. Patterson. O. John-
son. N. Lucas and M. Konisberg
Swordflsh: A. Weatherhead
i Capt l, G. Foster. G Jordan, M.
Jordan, M FitzGerald. R, Weath-
erhead and H. Portillo.
This afternoon's match between
Starfish and Sea Nymphs h.as
been postponed until Wednesday
July 18th.
The Harrison College Barracu-
das fixture scheduled for Tuesday
ITth. has been postponed to Jijy
lth. The Snappers Swordflsh
rtxture will be played on July
This 17th
H'urid (
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ARUM'S HEAOl.tNr.
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, <;,.,. ta had | l I .
liters

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tt the Fnrd plant
Ii\ lUoawy"
in lab i. lual
has aacouragad
hlppei of
i bag rrler l Jo Louia In
, Action thai can
t, rorgotten on tl
Smith, who
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AGE AND
BEAUTY
M, .,.,.,. M.i, timpfj ,.,.,'f
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YACHT CLUB TENNIS
RESULTS
Following are the results of
yesterday's Tennig at ihe Yacht
Club:
Men's Doubles
J U Tin
Inghar
and Dr
So Svv.-ei
His nrat i ubllc Bght aa distinct
rrom gutti i scuffles took place
ot Kingston, New York, where,
be pet
I to k' him give
tl
n ; green-aa-gr
In To t, round Uw
iii\ Galnfora borrowod Uw
older boxer i

I WalkeT Smith.
The nickname Sugar" l
year lah ford turned
to a ringside reporter at Waler-
lown* Mew York and deacrlbad
Ui bj paw ptornudng fledgling as
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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
Court of tlrand Sections
Hl.Ofl i in
Court ot Appeal 1 > a ni
rnllee Courts l.0ti a.m.
t INKMAS '
OpriallBI,
Airizr Diary
Rl \ .v Israel lat>nr
lies s-.. Ionise Walker
. t; M< beat '"k '"> '" hl'; 8ft amateur
,md A. M. Wilson 0-1. 61.60. boulg. with aeveral hnc IOIIAV S ll\l( HIS
Mei
W.
, Single*. Heml-KlnaU
Ichlov v, C. Godfi
Mixed DMiblen Semi FtnaU
Mr. and Mrs. n s itancrofi v*.
<: nd Q. It
cords nal a- a Ught-wetghl in

two rounds I0d hai btOft
ing the lorfflula eVel
tin- pay

He Ale Them I'p
i'_'ri wins two drawa and onl) ona
The W railior
TO-DAY
Sun Rises : Ml a.m.
Sun Sets : 6.25 p.m.
Moon (Full) July 18
Linhllne I T.00 p.m.
High Water | 11 a.m., 11.
IT SIIKI1AV
Rainfall (Codrlngton) : nil
Total lor month to yester-
day : 1.43 bis.
Tempera I ii re (Max.) 86.& F.
Temperature (Mini TSJ t,
ttuid Direr thin (9 am.) E..
(3 p.m.) E.N.E
Wind Velocity : H nni.. per
hour
Harometer (9 im.l 29.0K.
(3 p.m.) -!9,943.
LUEBBCX Qerman gj
peimg for ihe title of "Battle
Baautj gueen 1951" ore in revolt
becauaa the ludgw have set an
age-limit of 27 The girls have
written protesting that Helen of
Troy was 48 iH'foic In- i
War, .ii.i thai Cleopatra was over
to before aha bawrawd Antony
So the judges are meeting to re-
Uw decision.
^tftr-
-Fronltlp, f thought it
very decent of the F.O.
not to veto my trtp to
St. *fto.-
Kingston Gets
New Mayor
irrom Our Own l.i'in-iiri>
KINGSTON. Julv 11
Kan Hill, P.N.P. aacond Vlce-
President and member of the
House of Representatives to-day
was elected Mayor ol the City ol
Kingston, St. Andrew, with Wil-
liam Seivright, ex-Mayor as De-
puty.
Hill Is leader of the left-w
group of the Socialist Party ,
President of the Trades Union
Congress The Parly elected him
for Ihe post of Mayor when Seiv-
righ; who was recently lei med
the island's most respected and
honoured citizen by Governor
fFont, declined to accept rv-elec-
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