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PAGI Mi.ill K\KBVIK)S AI)VO( \ II II BSDAY, .11 I S IT. IS1 Y Thornton Scores Centur) For Windward Divitaoi Hi %  runs In ili-' %  SHM(M KMI %  %  th 41 and %  %  I %  I %  I ; %  7 I II I* 1 %  rrt...-t — t1 I 11 .-I'M.ll .1 %  lo nd the hitle I-*.ni* Third Ki.'; Vanguard, ad'. I illy gain by then ; .der the t oJ taking their ton BLANKETS $5 i %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  I 9i l> Main %  %  | I %  %  %  I '.' !H IUI I' wick ertckets (" %  H -, ... R.ulm.nl t niiiirr .1 (ia.rison I InnlBK 1*1 I .1 I..!•> %  > lam* against Rawer-, at Ruhmctd. Another B.CL. -enti.ry was sccr* irday by O Kirton play lug for St Barnabas VE giicll ,.t Black Rock. Si. Barnabas cotUcUd 04 and Shell bate ic-t -> wu-kct* for 27 run*. The Money Mlisl lie I'I HUH I Slxlh R.cr; BunUM I Ann. Fir*l Klight, Dulclbella Vixen, f :. i %  ,, r Srvrnlh Race: Sun Quern. Knl Ml|h I LOW, HarCatsnle, Damure, Topsy. M irk. Eighth Kaec : PBDK, HIRII and Low, Harrow* %  iraa, Nai, ... Lima Mark, ami NinUi Race : Vanguard, Hi l>. Mil .i i. k Blvar Mist, Walei Bell, Usher, %  • l-nih Rare I Th Iwestti rosrth Rare: Cardinal, Marah Winds. IHinqueni A • %  Uight 1 .-• II, and %  Tv.ml> I ifih Rare: The Eagle. But April riowi : %  %  BOW Bells. Twenty Bbrts Baas: Infusion, %  BoU %  \ %  %  %  :ikc. *i .1 I Twr.n. rtwOl %  %  %  iakl 10 have lad lO the conclusion thai starting blinks are Well, tn it ... n tenth Of a second %  i and the uch nc<( i %  %  i %  b KMIM TOTAL ii ii i I Mlll.i NMI I %  %  ' It I It S H r.iidtr J 1 %  Mown tad nnimoi u %  I Empire Defeal Gombermere %  %  I light, Apollo, /i 1 of out ibetla, Vixen I Epicure. Il.-vriiui n ... ; arch Winds, A^ronusk. i 1 and CsValler. Twelfth Rare Sui. QuettO Red would lik-' cheeks, D.ishmi: I'nnn-s. H.iu. % %  :.. Blalnta, AbUtty, Diamond Sculls and umi %  I ...nd Mark. iarj rhlisuXh Sins i TJuiMuin, Mm i lha Orand ch.itAnna, Dulclbella, Collato i 1 isds, Cross Bow, Bow F* %  R 1.1 craw. win., the wisp. I |'. %  particular, <'*|'i Tourlemlh Rarr I .1 erica i >l %  broad Is nwsl Gavotte, Miss lYIendabip, M.., acted tot the -i ni e. Blue Dtaiuond, • Olympic Oenw t< BMsmkl aej %  Betaai (Klrriith Rare : h.lusion, Mi>srltri %  %  %  %  ,,by lha %  inal PedaraUon, bul "' Twent) rUhUi Raer : I \„ (her!. I %  lo. A|.ul Plowerf. Dulclbella, Idea ol nsirif • %  ; %  [the 100] .. ore i rreatj MI.UI Baeei Bun | -..ii . o| block %  Mark and l>r;.k. Drum. it is .ill vary well to %  %  sod I OK SLEEPING COMFORT DOUBLE 66 in Pink, Blue. Beige. i 86 Green $4.62 ea. .lifTjuuiLsuiiJLaj By M. Hsrrison-Crsv Bart irtai | i \ K M S t t t( aM Rocket A i II n n a, AbOltyi Aberford I I .! % %  : ii itcake, and Tlberlan Ladj ten %  tn the i : ' H | v. mi houi i.f 1-nx wlnnlni the Diathi %  tad i* I %  OWUHO I 1 I 1 I d in %  %  ti h between FW I Jack < i %  n!d in' met But of tl UM Buroi hips. Sure!) t are Is ih tor Ina Royal Rasatts > % % %  '"'' %  nnl fr nd i i ' %  .i innlrup ,t 118 run I with l" %  | Beckh %  %  i., i %  i %  %  Me 1 B Boarded it^" ., %  arwi M-ii i %  -|\KI \s t l.-i l.tnlntIPABTAM -I INHINOS %  i i %  %  .. ,,i. h end Police %  II %  Cariton IS5 POUM In I when the l %  %  %  end "i plaj had %  The v M r i *. YMI.P.C I Tl Hi I'll wickets declared in then second Inning) v M P.C I th 12 1 %  % %  i ILT;;. %  COMBEBMERR vs I MI'IRI al CumberMirre %  derful box offli ompetitors added In tl i I 1 i The mi i ES Ibtli Ree I Jewel, %  ivotte Friendship M % %  Tune, Blu. the Diamond, Men ..Nd it. lean Sr\entrrn|h Itace : Infusi' i. Uw Panic, Dastung i to set, High and Low, Fuss Bint: Catania At.ihly. AlHTfnn Duldrum. Baal Wishes. Bow Bells. I.unwnys. Topsy. and Clchtrenlh Rsrr: Vtinttund. II. L<. SopranOi Clementina, Rive i i ind Vleeroy. Ntnrternth Rai'i' I AtOmSfl 11 Nainte, Ounslia 1 i i [ban, Ttb.-:ui Ladi I )nim. 1 umtielh Raee: Dunqutiqiic. April Dieiim. UriRht Light. M> i. ive II and Ra ol ier B Tu-enty-Hntt Rsee: Tl First ri ApoUo, April Dul i lie, Vixen, Colletoi Phara II, Betsarn and Epicure. #> j HI H : T 4 3 •* i W 9 7 %  K III I • M -. h 1 A g J m : 4> 4 IK J 10 11 e %  > A • World Cliamptun)i!l hand in wh %  I %  Bi %  i hree Diamond.'-. Ileai could b .l %  i %  I • i Ifie Ann '! %  : 1 ( I I O M in bol tig e Q ..-I snn'ii rufl I %  hurry %  n vei %  SINGLE .">4" x ~~> In Pink, Blue, Green, Beige $3.20 ea. CAVE SIIHMIrlKI) ,x KL LID. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET %  .Men's Se.iiilie*. 1 ^ HHt MH H 1/XllltM HOVKLTIE& I1A\ I • of the i rs, that there % ... S t v trai ." %  .i N. He n \ ii the London \ .,, b : %  E %  II, , own i" the quartarv mile. ; % %  fi i %  > ;. "BROKER'S w*a h rva lust received — Leather Hook Mark em SUM'khnc Mi-mhne *-t-ts l.jdlro Shopplne I'urws Tobacco Pouches ate -i Lidles rnmiiuils. A Olfarette <'asps U ith idini inn VIBWB *' BAJtBADOB naae nnk> Idejl 1,111s . BBMBMBBB IT8 U.WAT1 BB81 FO IH %  %  i %  %  B imt the mans ; 4 -, ii;,told him ti;it he could not appear In public unless he wore "university costume**. S he had t" iKirrov. KBi reached to the knees. -I-KS, BOOKERS %  ;-,',*,','-',',--v (B'dos) DRUG STORES LTD. I Hastings [ALPHA PHARM I ••E.ary Plctur* tells a Storyl" I)c t-aifciv, neeeping, pvj. Hooping bring nagging petni i II ot a K i> i %  i ill iintji nit Ma. 01 ; ixni n VDBMOBODF 1 JQDM iinrro ..i i ..i J. \ i OKHIN SOMI S/mrln H indoir Tli %  %  i...i. M n \n %  iin J Ki.i. Ti.-ir ii. i. raa Ur P i..-'.. 1 i IB inW.-S-i N.vmphi 11 %  %  -' %  ..... pottt i ' %  > %  I3'*>. Hill li"W be i>l*>od nn Jvily 3Tlh ( 10 Minutes TT IS OFTEN M.'RI'RIMNl'i how quickly baJtach4> surf, aching musclei or joints, lumhii<', rheumatic paint and common urinary trouble* due to impurities in th; blood can be cirf i com a. Strong, active kidneys safeguard yiHir hcilih by tntininj( nnrajrUfes and bsrnuul wascei o( llie ^ inadequate and faiU to filler the hkx>d properly. I>OBJI'* Bawlaclw Kid -i PtUl bring happy relict by betoktj to cleanse the kUrS %  You can icly upim this well kaowil dhlKtlc and unnar> i .iui wornen have lestined to tbc nood bculth : by taking



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


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PACE mvR IIAKHADOS ADVOCATK TUESDAY, III.Y IT, 1W1 BARBADOS mtmi rifclil *1 tb. Adrorm .. i "l Jnmt %  !. MfliUafi TU.MIJV. JIII> IT. IS.M LAND USE I lably, Mi F K Miller. Member for Si O" e .* ' %  % %  Government to purpUnUtion <>f 700 teadg Bos funll %  be atlmlttetl that then Is "il ihc land and severe land hunger in this island, to cut <>i the largest productive plantations into uneconomic lots would do violence to the econon land The objed of keeping plantations up to full produ'rovide employi pie; and rtio first essential to • mine whether the division ol this land will j and is in lull production and employpi n quired to the acreage. iggest that the proprietors oil Drax HJII plantation had not advantageously and so to ild be> a It hail been proved time and again and F cornn thai small holdings in sugar cane cultivation never produce the quantity or the qua! .d by the larj;e holdings. And as fa• is concerned there are no really urge plan* i;ie to those in Louisiana, Cul i %  Puerto Rica thousands. If it is the intention of the address to find land for peasants who now have none, i be well advised to turn where the land is not being made full use of. There are in the Le< >am parishes, sevetal plantaUons which are not in full production and there is also some land owned by the Qovtcnment which is Lying fallow. There are other lands, notably in St. Andrew. St Joseph and in St. Lucy, which while not .suitable for cane cultivation miht possibly BUppOtl Othei crops, hut which are untul!.\. t(.xi ..t ihc pre* -i* time. lion for taking away lands %  iy because the) belong to absentee proprietors cannot be supported on economic grounds. ems WAY THE institution ot a one-way traffic i i' .: %  Fhtstown will be followed with i' ; %  I by %  '< re*! % %  !-*. mil in liiil* Ili< furls oft' MII.SI me* ill i. rni uti.l* %  — WHITE HAUL I >lltl(l I I A... 'I have i. TI..V, ., |hr Arl In hr ii<.-a tn slave HIT Uul srrall> %  • in a i" lull' pa bib m F( >R Kuodncss' sake do not print what I tolfl you about those official*." big building Arm .-. I |*jf| % %  OflaDd the Ministry of many Works, and remember, the pro j ect So the Whitehall Umbrella shields It* own—and the word SECRET tinriItself th< the shocklns blunder* which such aovernmenl looiniies .sometMne.t reveal. SI 1 \S1 %  ': itcblni ;i And if then conceal, u i surety unfair to i-\ PI^ 1 one jo ..-il which proves it. i can support 'hi charge ot wrong use of tlie Official Secrets They knew that lha i %  no blunder to [\*'"! : Ian sara % %  ihay watched ihrouch a Indow i Fety (hambl r Tha fuaJ did x ( .iode — with An with COM on which i ha' i %  that 1 sje wllneee Inrbnnetkn. aral ot tha watchlni man and seriously Injured vhlch ware not pub f> CANE 1: WOt emptying atlcki ol cordite out ot / rockets in a sniull room at JIM ol ordnance tactory ( aha %  iiies — or of Oo v arn m ant • Proof? The thief of %  Ma alr. I ... writing abo 'nt blunder, **becau i • ", | % %  hoidei Mlnisti %  I i %  i Up DOl only by MM* ocDci rcapdoalble but by the flrms* workini for %  Kv ii whin firmmlTcr Injury i I >. h blunders ii..-. take palni \> the faetri H>] t> so the Whitehall u j tin of ft —L.E S. No Nkrumah In Russia LONDON. 4th July, 1951 THE Britain's colonies and thi> "colonial government" of Soviet thai Minister of State i Mr. John Du^dale). at a idaje CoUsajo. BROADWAY DiltSS SHOP A SMALL SHIPMENT OF AMERICAN DRESSES BROAD STREET TEL. 3895 He li*i-fl likr a <'heyny li'rr. %  -%  %  a l *!' In an ae of so il thrill writer i Hfa oaina ill rrorn u e believable. Ho nut pica in th< i ; %  'hej in hi BUM rich aatlab fonpula of hii noveu thi ra wen aboul SB varied onlj In i markabl] in J hai myatarj and Hidden death. Choj nay's whl i .. Slim Caltai Uo iahl and out[drank tinbi or the in.,.;. Market c. uld i>'i %  gainst them I!* 'IIII.MI Miiilni.tn t*he ii..rit %  %  II. > Kplolted thai Judged i i person in every %  >.i ludlng under 14 and bough) .i i h .M be claim that one M in tha BrH I children %  %  : i | %  Mr Sold in Millions : i man who res %  ed that to a i Iti a book was one thing. t.> sail it. inotht i Hers waj no ifanpla, trnstlc soul, self conadoui an.t ibout tin • %  ".. %  %  i i tn pnbllah statements i<> accountanU li i rova ini lak %  Rtagtc <>' hla %  : ," % %  • | rod that In rear ha sold i.isn.ooo copies ot his looks and In ;mi : : %  .m>.ono His : no fewi %  lhan B.000,000 i i real Hr iiroimiih never .,i it. A luxurl %  ii Bat In I WITH A FOfiMULA ntmCkmmm shirts, an elegant ,. i wan tha outward symbols of his popularity Ha liked t Identify id lha physical proWess Ha was proud >*f hii ibtutj il lltSU. lie '.red tn snuike 7n %  nd rlalmed he could drink .is much whisky ;is ;iiiii> feat. Born in London Pol born In London in 18 tion. devoifi chiefly to %  borthand and book-keapli : %  %  rather . b) the 19U-IH %  i.ir commJ i he thought soldiering was bis re;d lii*. H;IIIII Miis— NEV %  i linn when be wounded on thi kwri Hia ii %  %  'ii yean i % %  %  at artists. in i!'-'i be %  e in to take hlm%  k. authori[Ol %  | niiigiiiincs. In i93fi. whan be was 40. his first %  i icier was .in Am.i i. i and its dia' d much to .,i stardom, then i mi n H wood films. All With ;tn II was not untn i94!< tfa il visited lha United States with 'lis A born wife. T.i Books \ Year dictate iii^ I nf aboul 3.000 words %  daj ai d b> I i In produce books that WOTS %  *%  tent. But it wai oovlously just what his public a Althou i %  bun i" h writers as %  %  Stevenson, Chej m ibout what the* though) of him. One of his pet bates was .ii ) review containing ti' words i Now that that line b s l sip l sai nger vrithoul s new Pel I.I while .. glsh hours. WORLD COPYRIOHT RKS1 I —L.K.M. Britain, ha said, had lx*€n visited recently ty Uka IruutT of Govenunaot business in the (iold Citast—Mr. Nkrumah. Anyone whu doubted whether Africans could assume posi: %  ponslbUity must have had then minds eat I hen they met him. There any raoa "who can out ol prison lo assume the nment without gboerbuj g tract >f bltU g whu imprisoned then." :,t all tins was from Colonial K'nent in Soviet RtlsaUL "Imagine the nation there would be," Mr. Dugdalc .(.-•I. "ii an Armenian, imprisonetl lor % %  Viet activities, were released and made Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Armenia. heard ol Tuikmenistan or Azert to decide what sort of education their children should have, ur txation they should pay and what :v with their revenue ? Anyone olony who asked for those rights ri thrift Yet In the Gold Coast the} already have them and in Nigeria they ill." The sred that .* peaceful revolution was taking place unlay In British Colonial \ "In whatever direction you look", he said. "Africans are finding a change in their whole : Die. Many are moving to the towns and starting work for I he tirst time in their lives In the new tgotoriea. In the countryside they are being taught to use new methods of cultivation and to take care of the land. New Constitutions ore being granted to enable the African people to have a greater say in their affaire, "All this presents g great opportunity both to Africa and lo Britain. Together we can 1 so develop these great countries that the 1 ird of lift' of their people can be raised! beyond all expectations. At the same time I WO ourselves can gal more and more of those nals that are vital lo our very existence — and gat them. too. without using "Take cotton for instance. Nigerian cotton fields arc expanding. She can supply us with an increasing amount of the cotton we have to import to-day from America. With our help she will be able to do better still. "There is nu need to remind anyone of the groat contribution that Northern Rhodesia is making to the Empire's topper supply. It will be greater still when transport and other shortages are overcome. And the list does not end there. Sisal and tin, diamonds and Maim-oii. coi old all come out of in Colonial Africa. Most are coming out In increasing quantities as we develop the countries where they are found. %  There is. too, a chance of finding many more minerals — though British Colonial Africa does not seem likely to be one'of the mineral producers of the world. The C.D.C., for example, is now prospecting for coal in Southern Tanganyika, although the present indicated are small comi with those at Wankie in Southern Rhodesia or Wit bank in the Union. But I need not em p h as i se to you what effect it would have in But and Central Africa if coal were found in sufficient quantities. "This great economic advance can only take place if there is political advance at the same time—so that the Africans feel that developmentg are not being carried out by Q over their headg but that they are taking part in them themselves. The" past iviyears have indeed seen great political developments in Colonial Africa." I ;i\i!"Aifl TlWn llr VaiiiftsWcl rd H 11 MUSSS* .I. *.i -1 iUsterses ot mm • he %  ever mmrd up Jiain. ; %  ople have good reasons ppear. FredvrealUu %  the afternoon of i .. million n happily i nftjt cofn%  %  %  nod Walton close hy Club In k Pattern h he rca suite at the Savoy Plasa. His life had Followed H" pattern 'or he was a poor boy who had madi lay he vanished he had lureated with his firm's le^nl %  rdo New York 1 Club. Afterwards the two "' and the the firm's An he got out ho -• i %  L say to Uu %  (,i, north i And n the end ot U< I the Mid I.I. %  %  eat %  epttaL Th.' .V I I l.ouse in litngwood, Kev mice and asked lor food. Nu Ransom The F.it.i. to-* an interest because mej thought he might have been kidnapped, but no one demanded a ransom. the a ildei Mieccles was inat Lloj spirited iv l*y thi N.i. I! v \ to have sow BiUcr s secret pro..iverlnn aviation petrol waste and it was sughad bean taken n ike ih* system At .dl Ml W I' %  I %  %  rk hotel In 145. %  ; %  nt. In tl \t 19. %  SUCOOSS, i lord v..is one. Bo na much about hi ir they bed they might have found ; doe. %  i who (iif nine. At t4. he told i %  %  got married working n £ioo to set up hou pent H all %  %  %  '• %  CauRhl? Whal happened to Frederick B. I between those two mariv .limbing catch up i TL dm" tlr did he try to get U> fe li. WS .. skk man when he sd, His doctor had told him to go c.irefully. Did lie sudssk on that taxi ride North on Broadway" end deI former rnd more carefree life AUM lea b*3 It would be %  to vanbj %  nt in the story? In HM8 fifty the office '•' %  and sali I %  his office. And tl been Frederick il Lloyd? —I..r S. 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II 1 BDAY, JVI.V 17. INI n\Rii.\nos \n\or\Ti PACE FIVE Baby Murder Case Opens 1 en W ltlieSSCS Flying Fish Season Ends. Give Evidence PrtfuMng starts Those Cars Something I es, 11% S I o Lcavt* \ on Breathless By BASIL CARDEW TEH proMcutton wltnan nee at the C Grand Semkx In the cue ui which 85-yeer-old Kuby La\ lag "I Richmond Gap is charged with Ihe murrit'r of her daughter's female child. The case is yoinfi on before His Honour Sir Allan Collyl; W. W, RMMI Solicit i General, i proMcuttng for .. and Layr* I t by Mr. K MgJoni Shorthand Results Bad neece OUIIHUII mo case n Ih." | jrv bf was look oul tinetti IK utd thai the baby was t„ him The pil ler, irv ph. y i i'S Kini: had gOM SO III When (ho ch'ld was born. Kuby L side of King's, dime over bom. Kvit. I "th..t the ChUd was born %  lui-m. BhOTtU aftei the birth, the Jg H ""> ".adeaa prosecution is alleging. Rubj MANY or the shorthan the last |JJ %  %  It. Rock. i j Mi .i %  k, 'I' A Orahara and f, Stuai % %  %  %  i 1 llllHl Hill U ,Xf. %  ceptlonalb goo I I va thrown P-C JUT Ford) an bi her daughter's new born baby into the wooden closet. EUK* 1 u pit on June II TOd %  came LB i.-nee. • i Mi. Heece outlined the case to lie lowered her ml tax* ICabel I liter, dry pit the child '• Kelhc, apOUl tW, Of lh child. He took %  I. I;.I,. o the H %  :•' About a i statement to h; prosecution is alleging. Kub> %  *"<* !" ><< .eiing what had h.-pnencd. oac*ner. took the living child and tnn Arrested %  fmm the I and had had %  She then removed all tracat of child about two ret | the birti. asked Mabel what had happened In the cage then was no exto the child she had lately had pressed malice, but It would shown that malice was implied. doing what had been done. Medical Evidence on I>i Dr. G. Stoker, the ttrst witness CatO at the Hospital." he said, I called, said that on June 15. he aaW Ruby Layne again. I talked attended a child in the maternity • '"' r about the child and she told" ward of the General Hoslptal. The ine who thron I child was about three days old ">dd In the pit. At that time 1 QW and there was %  brukM on one w not suspect bar and even aftei E knee. Il died of pnaunionla : "" !" a1 I did not be!i. tor about 48 hpr 1 'nought she was trying hours. ''"'•' oaufhter and t<>k no fe "A child thrown Into ., pit as .'ct.on. soon as it was born." he said In An *T '' ,r post mortaw t... n*. . Ii> %  %  ** It w.. bruise sine K \.. tve pit. lie beTo M % %  said that sil THE HOUSEWIFE, who tor the pest ecn planning lish courses with flj albacoie. Hngflth and even sli.tik wtl upon breaming and pottlstung. orU) %  %  %  July to %  m then shifting i' ii %  ire ocuj coven I ip to the end of J i school uo %  %  %  %  only a %  tn i<> be %  % % %  . Chubs i %  ... %  and the >.. %  grunts, %  irbers. i %  SU %  %  %  %  isc thai d TUMMY II M-H Clark. A J...O-H I M> i IP Nuiw. 1 %  M. san Histi Beaosl C E (.ilKr-. Van %  saas, Mrm W i % %  %  I Dmatrilni israsai %  %  Smith* rll>. h i. • %  Bg i SPEED SB HI* M lieveii it could bavo been n the station about likely placed than tol 2.15 p.m., and the : Di. A. S. Cat n he." about 5.10. Inwltneas. He aald thai on Jun another | he perforate d %  post mortem and hlnuell were discussing the examination on a female child. ' The body was fairly matured. Mabcl H*y nc There were two small N : i lived bruises on each knee more than i no evidence of any tuck of the skull but both lungs were con>'* %  %  ••' lotted and conaoUdated with piieunionia. The heart and abdonn-mal and lh %  • fractures to tne limbs. riieumonia "From my examination consideration "i the circumstances Of the case," he said. I %  k IT, She hi 30 about two D HutH'il tEsaa Uoum Tabor g l i awn %  m i Braui* % %  ELEMENTAKY TYPEWE1TING llss *t llilMI | I I Allr,,.. %  Di. Crylssg ST She then tave evidence 01 I Lid was born, but how did not know that g ohil A Her moth* i lad it out In a 1 i I'd with an an U r mother told her not to *"' .* ...1 .1. ... i...mri ... .* %  %  MOItIRN Ml. .1 %  I %  ., AtlhUf IDK J II ,1 ::, D N man, a Night |Dh i. (i.xxlinU li iD> ; Ml-I IMUN ,. D wan* MISN "I I i IIMI -I IONS I I : I Mr b t Ml.i I %  IN' I that is ., iiox with : Ql j at the bot: G.WM i,|tei he h.is placed thl %  I Tne mod %  %  %  %  'I.e. i all I %  %  I %  I'll.,are r 1 bova thi a. 0 box will pla k up the wh I i %  I up with %  %  ; %  | i %  %  iger eels, %  %  %  Small Vartetj %  %  .. %  pound bul llshermc" i i all) '' %  '' %  1 %  N .1,%  rll HwK -Ui. IMi .i opinion that death was am i w l( iid leturn. D*n,.. pneumonia." I it tix;k it least i %  % %  | %  child to have contracted inmna she he IXTI liMI UI \ I I To Mr. laalona he aald th Bhe told K what ,:,'. ,!:,'.,: „,, n child immediately after beiiis; had happ.. %  I Md II va ,. ,, K born wtl I ro "-' la,t to tell the POUOB. iw would not have exped r,i %  Sma vas tn ','J ast it to be n hundred per cent, but w ^ u,cs ? 0 ^^^l there would b. "" ,l "**•'* Pf*" n "JJf wrons with V Ktoffg hOttM on JuOO 15 V taw Cpi. Bhopra rd B i pit where shi %  Today more evidence will b< taker m in thetfpot nraUiwaHti ' Da Ot % %  M'ah-uit i Mr %  I One would have expected child Which had been thrown into a Oil to have more brubMa, bul I child itiuld .-' iiul a lot of buffcti Do*. Ml" | IMON \l:i IM.IHV MII.M M II %  :: HR. i a HMim N Uikr.1 llritmli ill Tar,. i I i ADVANCED Niaa 'i now 111. lie would have aa after birth 48 hours alte it had been there. Dr. Header was the I [fa %  He said that he atOM I Lajna on June IB, BI eertly . J Very few people aro fortunate 'h to ught In net the coast a Uggei %  di the i ii a few eonchi are dived up al I The lelni : dlaappeai • hui it used to %  %  . : .. P %  III; C hulion bUl they (In not lo Inn I" 1 I.! | | Howevi %  %  there Is a %  coast during the lob i the I' I i — Prlncea Alkc Plajlni T&H W _,„__. Maternity Home. ]i„,,k Hall, %  ; '•* POSED AS POLICEMAN that on June |fl i remale chtl rtew of the playing two to three d- old u I MFFORD there by Cpl. Shepheru. Tne child Ume fence which was sufferinc from shock. She d yesterday. Gills Road, gave the child %  ad. The bartu along: the charged bof. going by the doctor 1 a" d •* ent it to the Genual II Soniethint; In Pit K sine Collymon i aeneral Hi plti iid that on June 1 City SUe Set Up For Sale %  %  i Brldgei %  15 she went to the Maternity Home in an ambulance for the child. Sh. took it to the H Holder, i the baby, The |l %  HUM .... n, ; up buh and unw.nlthat she saw l: • hourly intervals thro,; night Cpl. Shepherd of D OITT1 %  %  re His W n El tthp being Ranted o„ the h,nrnedUte g inside of iibarbed wire to the >•'" % % %  . on Jui) l. Th It. Mr.1 v. Al-iut six pe WOrll J!*'"';* ,!( n PP<''">'>8 on oehnlt I Bald Into shape A fow men an i icii The Old cricket pitch which Sir Alfred • ok the tirst knoek on hat with. A worn. 't ii rh-.i croppimr the gn %  la. said tn.il e,i,_,.ii„.._ ,_.t airU %  The eh BtOWn I %  % %  %  -.. %  %  %  I Nicholson, a cashier of Ua I %  for the purpose of iI A %  %  I % %  .: througli the loner Of Police to t* %  %  I %  %  Phn i %  %  %  POBtS ten %  I %  %  %  %  %  I Lj p. A %  %  : %  \ . thought I ci n buay. faat 9 i most cars look to Nmi aerahlp i IMI Tin i i \ Brttlah cars. Not as seebut for good hard work T'lnieni.il Ii avail' even cents i n With a big • % %  Police Isiuitl [tfove Into St Ceeffia i'a rratks Tomorrov) i HK police i win hi movheti new bai H %  di be named Si aftei trie • %  • %  %  the bai Club v. %  th. 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II ESDAY, .11 IV II, i3i ll\RBAIM)S IDVOCAM CLASSIFIED ADS -**•*** !" T hings Happen Quickh iwr.i KEAL ESTATE DIKD I 1H1 at hn p..bertt TtMnirv. St KMM IRMrt .. ;!.. %  W**^H \l I %  Hh pp I Bi'uMa cnn ..run ana veron nn* | A Alma MK.1411 end M. I^T-m %  ,I,MW^,> Altai %  liYXOI \ I .MI.M-* IBOtUAN On J„K l IBM .1 jiei •"' HUM* Utrwlvri)l Hrr funeral will la... |IM above mi*"" al 4 J> o'lixk inn afternoon lor rU Mary Church Friend* i "•M tI'"O"H thai will aloa %  MR upon Ihe earth lli.ilhwaltr iwlffi Eddi. .children, and BMOH> %  linger r ota> • win*. HOLIDAY HXaORTS—GreB.tB—|*w o( ftptcoo SANTA MAHIA-l.-> in c i n xM DUN (nw r o "AND HOTEL—ta bon ml(liniial drftrwl uniri %  l i. %  %  I. > (n .. %  <(_\smr INN--On Qra-Hl An* Rathfnj be-eh Rate fiom M pri head per •. R**auirie* ... n M ffttn— niiiipja %  Ml Mil .; %  • HUP —fipm ItovvrU'y liuxivr riftb "I li I:\RRISON :i\\ ^ HMBI .... %  >••( ripn.a n. UITTENS. sat '_:• IMi I Thu^d., • I' I > V-INid : %  -. I in A vlcii. ,,i,' r al a RelUf W.. ... %  .:. P Y etMl M ( MI I I I K I , I aeanfap %  • %  • %  recent pa-*i>rl | •held be .dOi..-| io Mtun pa Coal* a, Co lid I'O Box l"J. Dnun !" "THINCiS happen hear days thai great i ished In U romcnibfml untd | -iue "f the -ireet. %  %  %  %  rea lust outi CM \!-M .i | %  Hi M .,i( || 1 i OF BARBADOS %  %  1 LA! j %  .. | Ian apvi %  %  %  I i.l. HI IH1SI Ml i ,,| ,i •moot A HI-SIPF-NT MATRON .hit*. %  %  %  1 MISCELLANEOUS niiM.wi undersigned will -i mrlr OflU. \ CSAWrORS 1 • i| ami .vi, j u i> hh 1M0 Mr.-,, pa -t t.,k r MU llllam. Charle* Met.. lU B A %  C*nr*wr ichlM IT 7 SI In :. %  aaaal debt rat] I-,I Mast" AXTT.lt TO III V Ol n stWlNO MACHINE n.it of uaa food prlrr. paid. Ai t..ncr of ralrrhild I 10 T 11 -3M ""if .* %  %  %  .1 i !'...%  I I In Florida %  MhM %  Thr imr * lot ed WM calird %  %  > Tim* takri nraj in. .,!*, ol gntf. Rut maaiorm luin b^rk r.erv |. ~ %  %  • laoaa who I.Mt I Th i-pan of pi.rtli.|| without > tamil 7 SI—li %  H %  I, D Phillip 13 -I. %  band and lathe %  %  Atlrrv In God • i>r.i.i!fil vard-Fn Awav Irom all lorrnw and pain Snmr day v hen iifr> loumvv U • p pas Wr .(.,11 .,; mr,l ... fMaaTI -|>ln %  rar \D i..i. LftMtart ..!,, HM %  T L. I "li I l-.vlnc mrmnr* or our brloVMl ilai 1( lii„ Ihph, lt Chrlatlnn Price dird on ITIh Jul> IMS Ttrcr yran have pakkfd imrr MMHT A i-oi .MI LOST HKE TICKET Berir Flndrr W"" n-tiini aarrw i Cram tlapaam Chrirt Chutrh Jvocalo Artvt Drm GOVERNMENT NOTKE. POST I.I ASSISTANT ENOINRCR and CLHTRIt'AL INSPrt'TOR. Klrrtrlrltv St Trlephone In p.rl mcnl, firrnads. Appllcatioiui are invited for Ihi po of Assistant Engineer and Elertncal Inspector, Ek-ctricity ti Telephone Dr-partrnpnl, Grenada The conditions of %  ppOtatOMOl ii. .i follows:— I Salnry in Ihe grade of $2,160 x US — $2,640 p.i 2. Temporary cost of uvLng bonm QI the i .Mr of in-; salary up to $2,400 and 8 I'STon salary over $2,400. .1. Travelline. allowance not -v-xc**ditiK $50 p.a. 4. The post is pensionable, ft. Probationi.ry pTiod of o year in the llr.it instance. The iipplie.int should h;ve good technical knowledge of Electricity and Will be required to perform any duties m connection with the rid maintenance of the Electricity amTe' 'phone Department which the Engineer-inC'h;irge. to whom he will be directly responsible, may require. It will also be his duty lo assist the Engineer-in-Charge In the work of supervision of the plant ill the Pow-r Station (including the Refrigeration Plant). The initial salary may be at a figure above the .minimum in the car? of an exceptionally qualified person. Candidates should apply in writing to th" Administrator. Government Office. Grenada. Government Office. Ground.!. 28th June. 1951. 137.51—4n. cTo-day's G. A. Song T EA foi WO •'Can't you see howhappy we would be With GAS Installed rO-DAVS NEWS FlASn HEAVY I'l. \STir SHtFTTNG in tliil nl Shade-; Miitahlili i I ui r* •.!,. |„|, and Table Covrrlni*. JOHNSONS S TATIONER Y JAXO FRFNf'li POLISH at N80IT8 HARDWARE f "-'.',','."'.'. %  ",',' '.'.',','.',',',',',',', W?K'£ \ {SELLING? WE ARE BUYERS We buy anything connected with STAMPS SheeVSingle Stamps. Collections. Accumulations and Covers, Good prices Paid tl the— (arlbbeaa Stamp Society 3rd Floor, No. 10, Swan St I FOR S\I I lurlhrr par) >. applv lo CiiTT! I. CATPORD to Mlaa uord on SirnddV*. AUTOMOTIVE AOCTWW UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER M>R aUMT KI-II-IH-I eftavpl kMaR Tj r--. aM M c*nu .*i"Ji,i M nunti — o*,r i* i-o-dj j cMtt a uoij iMa* ,,„„ a fw oa Saadopa HOUSES • lAK-OU M in ituvd ordrr. food it Mnifc. I in ui %  R —1M1 Dodar Snlan fluid Drtrt I i mi la.1* *i VAN A 1 Van hi ili. >ffll ApplLIQUOR UCBNSI NOTICE .,., r *. ai a wall Z I Dial ll... ; li .ucnuciu. IMI Plinx-o KE*'hk;i-.K.\riit. may b* Inapectad al Lo Yard. Chaapiide Apply II. L Hrnlt'. si Philip. ; -. :.i i i n • n TAtMA. Eaq Poller *!.. v iinATMWArn:. %  Opurl Itbr hrln JJIV ISSl at II %  inababa (or October ^.i Dr*eiiil--t n.ji 4IT1 triM A ID irii> Hi-.i Road Hat 1 rt .,m. -I..1 or un^ % % %  I at iniriim;M laai Monidaj whe was ral-e > widow %  i the [.rrf ( ,rm;w ff, %  ,fi Bevan described it I %  I %  i.l In (iiUttle more m PRlffaff; or. .t hi might try Ingi %  ..., %  i arc witMD hU reacn S|M.I that b not 'l.on.l.mis,-,! 1 LORD BOYD ORH, who M given £. %  "*\ L 1 -iv thin Gr-at am oftr. According lo Ma lordflhlp, this j llM le resisted and Brl* tain shoul i i %  --.•:T. ii. %  nrwtj I can tell him one spot that L.ist wrek-end I !..:.'! PttO Dundod in both %  inworld wars, and new repr N • ii. THE HOME ol the potoa wa iiiU\ but nppt.i tntly the Dan'** RRV* • in Ihe .i> far BfRP the 111 % %  • %  ] %  %  WM i! %  furni. There N .. p.n \. UK %  %  4dm. datnfulb %  the four-legged S| lliflirnll to convince them %  % %  %  .. .. • staved with %  i %  %  beaut) and M-aonv.ills, U was dlfhcull %  tli.il I nctu II rtp#ointmen( ii %  A MI M I not pre Mi \ or Mr. / %  >r Mr A" No, I would not. p) •parmar) bravi %  %  lioni munnured something to him "You an i" ^ti light in. mn down IN a i. hir ... • i : %  ' % %  „ St attebati, %  .ii thia i %  %  as a i I BELONG TO NO PARTY CECIL HENDERSON CLARKE Barrister-at-Law bohtnd prMch Rlool from li .ill. and dogs that 1 til the great man. We gboi rthmg, evtn UM hands ami he bacROntd rae From London. %  Thca f<.. M tti.nui. Icn iin> diitk.ii.us i .... vn Mfaith in LTVBOPI Ifaa Iboatn n ol nafura racahrad SHIPPING NOTICES %  polltlci ind Ihni ITT SI I'r..wl 3 Bnliuonii Pully fu Telephone tram 1*1 Strptrrnhrr HH R(H :h running water nlh*d ., L Ind ii. et, Avail.blPhin' m* :<:M i. thock on Sunday morning when .•• round thai during the nigh* tan tiny ducklings han been horn i ll a ol in* o>"ii (brtttiw Now. whnt did the %  nntlitt di do? i ph* •-.. R. I I %  %  th> old r leaving Mlana i MM .. Hfl II I ROSE-MONT HOUSE. Nr.i. • • ; M J.... Pgpniiiun on Au...i i*t I lM tnapettlon Vl>pl t'i H I Harrow n ''""" II T- DM KtLVlNATOR MFIIIOEHAI nit | %  I Dial H-m. 14 T 51 I ( n REFB1GERATORKcro oil paraW ,".,,"' Electrolux 3 c It App* S O WAHn Rim SI Philip. 14.7 II UQUOB LICENSE NOTICE The appllration ..' v...i11...1w_u_. %  10 har 1 ll\KR1 mis rt m lo* pRJTI !*%  gPM if-'i aranud 1 LIVKSTOt n young Cow Imh in milk. Apply Rrawrii pi IS 7 SI~Bn r lor Rldin*. Ilnvmi River. 81 Philip i'l "i-iis %  .....I Laqiioi Horn %  v .1*1 %  M A r.Ai.Mv q %  \ . •ppHratlon *vlll be eon 1 .. ... I*. WUl IM at 11 R A 1 Alii A. Ir I SI In T mi. *rnai t N n TI. IM 11H MIIIIIS Ta crara par opaia tlm sad II cent, per ano'e In fxinlnum ctmrpr Sir* nad IISO oa ShOd.ib* MISCELLANEOUS LIQUOR > %  <•: 1 %  • %  •• 1 TOOTNr*n. Blnrt aaving vour A mm -i %  Within ,..y be Ihe winner i.l kf; lit Prtae SMM. and fri lid Pi'io $i 00. I "SI Jiji LICENSI NOTICI %  %  %  CellUK I')time, in <"nppT C'hromni". ind Chromium Plalod. WAIJ. BRACK TS TPBW l-m| n.— l Flttinga PIa.ll. Ilhade*. Adjustable Work Ret lied l...n.|> Rh >il... p %  1 tma. Km.. md CoRM -iolaU.r. nu KMTAtii 1 1 hfl n; vi 1 % %  %  I N II II %  i 1 ... Wednet%  I 1 POWDERED ri'LI. lo-daT rrom gpH and try the tl. -,... r blr The S-Tb family imical ln>ii| on TarnT' lor your health and your pocket, rr cannot aupplv phone EUt : J7 ii MARTS—Two 30(1 ai I heavy gauge coup* 1 A. Lynch. MKitrgo 11. 1 BBBHI %  MN AH q Slieet 14.7 51-3n NOX ACORN "—Never negir. I a callou* Remote it Immediately Kith Ihe aid ol "Nokacom" Antuepltc Com Remover Price *• hot Knlgbt" IT 7 31-In NPHVDOMI WaTrt w". have la •>• mn gin Knigtii'. IJd IT 7 : %  : fatty l->i*-Kk-rliii .... %  ch perI 00 1 • I • Fktcl t.i Vettryrnen lor the pariah i.t in ti,pa w n ^: s Roblnaofi and C •> 11 ran %  K MASON. Parochial Trraiurer. 14 7 31 -On RECORDS: Charlie Kun*. Bing. Swing and we will order lor yon II we haven't got N in aleak. ARarne. a Co Tl -.1 I f .. ISAU. ASTHMA POWORX" la nmended -• a aale relief rot A'I 1 Knlghl %  U! NOTICE AKNI1 I I LPMORE. are SAVi.HV d 1 Ml all per ing the e*lale ..f Ai aUu known „. Ai %  %  tlie ihtn day of Ji %  1 HECOND HAND PErRKirrHAT'.lr-; Imoal new Krlgldalrf j I ... %  P| i' %  1 Abo aoeiie new %  rristrtairo" T.fn*, • 1 it o.ir new Showroom. !_<>wri Hi. ad .., I t.i %  < paiun of % %  : duary lUl mteitate. %  %  %  .1 liiiirhinaon A %  wri.niNi; MATERIALS I:I. irie. n atSea O* 8 and %  •' %  BaSS teel and flui lor Acetylene welding Enquire AiHo Tyre Comp %  and Spry Street) Phone -HeS Wallaba Po*ta A:i PBaM I Good value A[-pl> ti MAYIIEW 14 7 ll-Si i.artlet entitled tl.. Iw mm am on Which I (hen •hall have had 1 nol be liable lor %  1.. 1 PM bava bad lhtlrue ..I And all pet-^.r. mdebt'd lo the aaid itale are mi., %  1 NNIE ERNESTA PAHMOBE. %  s\ %  >.: %  I'd si ... NOTICE rra > m i goi 01 a AftHIN l\1ln\ Collept Old Oli J MM'U -i BI;A( 11 < nit s 4I Mill IK. ... NOTICE IS Mil MU HIT ... lot. RlVga I IMIIIII %  I *in ti 1..1.1 .1 the ortv I .1 ihe Std %  %  1 1 ..1 J..!. Ha moto UMI grlu %  1, %  %  IIIIOUS men came 'rom here s ',1 .. brisk wlk LOIIS B MAYER 1 no) \moi through UM i b) Hi-* w-*tt born He came from N<*> win fane*. %  an open Brunswick thai I uld UMd hei 11 %  %  11 rard Like I lunk awqy. and thenwen Ueoat Tilt; PACI wai like thai 1 :hal when t* Ml |l UM Qold Cup in Hollywood •• Itlll The dutkhngs wenti.uled off >t di ill in junk. slnglr file I Bui that would 1 iw without mad me even tlal irutfa M %  M adit NEW UBUNSWICK gave Mr M.lyii i,, HoUj %  noun bed BOMI La* I>nwning' May I add Mn: New I %  ; Oalble f. 1 Lord Beat %  rbrook, that statesman mu. %  piopiietoi ol whom the "'-aslonnlly amg — Mit'inas he bom po be BUT 1 i'111 mou %  il.oti,,,, ml,, till' Nei.1.1 I He never drnives himself VA1 F'AFINFI.I.. ol lh Palla I'lum. haa mist of wort II'k.d.le in.in. Who %  Mth the 1 and nevei rnomenl %  S it.KT I tlRl 1 1 .1 -II 0 .x.-.ilMt .1 ,,. %  1 1 I tl 1 -MitH* a 1 .1 I IHlMllMI 1 look. I i.l idem was as aond. But imag me such a forced nmrch it the age 04 DM d.iy 1 The defiant spirit still IIAZI.ITT snid that ho regarded lha i unti ui 1 n>i I IM AMWVEMri.SH in tin* IOHHMI. Hi ... vAioiig. There is such life on a farm as makes a Indon Mm tba pppn of a III SAT .iiiong (hr oiaiinriiied slrnfiK<>rs and llstei I Peei Mi. n nod race *rai ii>< • 1 on. and 'us ball wai ...nkl.v %  . 1 .... lUte-ned i i" ned to tun 1 1 n * I Ion, K r | sajBini %  ..( hu ...... AL oa. Stu. tin 1 i si NOTICE %  > or sr PErra • lor one or more vacant 1 lilllona at Inr school win ba 1.1'iviii b) lb) 1. %  HgMd mi to July th IMI of Partth%  fillrned clnumitancet and PHM be between the age* of 7 and II • 1 .. Until crt,Irate. V % % %  7 %  %  • oBlee hour* an Examl at the School on July 2IHh .| 10 a m VeH i3.7 ll-4n %  l.i ugh tr IMS IKIISONA!. tort that of hi prnph %  11 Inught. 1. gomRdJnn like walel i r of Pei Hi 11 • %  lada. is an exact Klei i ReTtaln In 11 will 1 iigredg rrl IT WAS h %  to Loo. loo and I lha* he presented the greatest : the G eta ferance ol tho n ibio nd "ui what ih Til • .'I •'• visdot %  %  %  %  fiftaj whi %  With that a) 1 %  lid 1 iroy the < %  %  But it win not or bund ii ii insard —L.E.8. CHARCOAI BOX IKONS DELUXE ####:' 11:\ m. 1 1. 1 t HUM 11 %  if Cornet .,( II rj NOTK I. r*t • %  are Inv Itaitlanl Nuiae al Si 40000 |. %  tc and •) %  F.. it. I. •andidale I (.wer.l 1 The avwceaaf^l KM* on the UOt Auni' Application* will he racelved by me II to Saturday 4th Al* II 1 OKWAUJ L IIEANE. Clerk. Poor Law OMardian •1 Ui %  ,%v.'A',",::v,: ::'.:v. ^•.•.'A'nv.v.'.'.VA'.; %•,'. %  .:',: :•* I lag-wdline *M'I Aim ll.iT % IT IS WISKi 1 0 I'l. KHKK Off ANY OIIL1GATIONS vi H YORK SIKTICt s -WAW I 11 Il NP.W nftwAANa si.mvu-r %  I... I . %  ill IHROI Ml Manx al Ski* CANADIAN SFRVIIK Narta Miinloal M R R.lll.t i>i. 1 aaoi sn %  Ktirtl RT TIIOM LTD. — NIW VOIIK AND GDLT SKBVICt AITLV:—DA COHTA A i:o LTD—CANAM AN BUIVaCI SAGUEKAY TERMINALS t 1NADI W S l\ i( I tin Halifax, ft 8. e. Won I real i *. %  -11 IK Sl.liVHI. Pram S'.i.ni.c.i. i.ioipiiiii and Gl 1 ,„. ...I QUM %  l-,i V.K. & CONTINENTAL 81 Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — I*II,-M I III I \IIO\ \l r-l NOTICE tW.S-% IOIJal,l -ute"ib-r IMI I AJUTYNI %  AMORV. Nanc) Pamela AFtTtirp '" 4 ATKINSON. I.rda Darrel Ali—n CARTER ti.eiv lor. :. CODRMOTOR T ct-MMINS Oenrvkrve I %  '. rnwARi>s i %  i %  MArrw'1 Pei l HART* HAVPIRH MRBtKT. Marppr-i : 17 1IOYTE. Parnel Da H a II JONEH. Ouida Yep l HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay %  1 %  <-om St |j %  n laland St.. %  Vh Am %  %  Daeiwood KINO Mane P..gene icrjnoAN LHcat, MOaatXY Ma .... PHRJ IPS pa i RaaTaT, '. %  %  Flow i KOUXJCK CMC SCOTT %  — —iiaaraj %  %  •>.' SE HAfiXA eSPAttOL Ollll \ J \l < URIOS I %  SILKs TatANrS NOTICE S*ai.-d Tr,,*... elope 'Tender bg rived at my i,. or the loon of |M % %  pai V 1 %  %  M at i %  r repaid in t equal ir-.ta! HM %  ask a • • October. IPU A T KIN'i CUe* ,|| J RJ %  .;:,-. .-. .T?v-i',i.TWrtstet4T?',', ( '. FURNISH %  pin* nd UprlRh' i KM W.H-* BM lrk L. S. WILSON SPIIY ST. DIAL 4069 WHY NOT CONSULT IMI I'll A. Ill Altll r.v.*. %  LUNO YOUR iiousr OH ruiwrruM NO IA1B — NO niMMIs-li.N STATI Al I i i *nnalit> • nod in Barbad< I" ; rind ; Hiving full particular*, and I 1 i _J >//,'/,'.','//---'///.'-v-v,v/rV.',y//,v,v///,'//,','/,'.', 1 ron Should Check I )> and lluy Thete \ n PLATES . • %  .. • JTS CS ;old Band. tations Ltd. meMMMaawMM*



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



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PACI tWO BARBADOS .DVOCATE ri'FSDAV, JULY 17, IM1 (fahib falUny D i A C %  K Saturday l> Die Lady Nessea %  bado*. Thej I Dr. Am Phiic %  %  i Md Trinidad Holiday M i; DBAMOI %  past t son and Mrr Roddy Bynoc. returned < Icrdav morning %  !' II night from Trinidad i HI n alnwl on %  poHday. i i v#ts Mr A i M hi* uraiid-son Aid I'd who had in Trinidad for a couple W.I. Cricket Manager M i! cnoi. in %  %  :! In trom Tiimdutl f --lay h\ 1> W.I A land is at %  the Oeea I Ratal M I returns t" TrimI dad on Tl [ He If i 1 t merit ol I %  ,J Grant I "Jfdad Thi. trip %  i th. in', i Fashioned In London Bridai I ru n sj unit a lion B> DOROTHY HARM I \ LONDON. Julv 6. Of nil i of thbrtdal arum rt) the mos' reluctant .. change %  %  %  v I Ml. .11. lag populai | M.I n .;. .!• I.. %  1 pink and bliw. HJ brochc damask", brocadi brocades We ai %  ixaily pink brocade, shown at ;i collect Ion recentl>. th.it aw chow the gown of the pggg go UhclktB" ask for Gussonc LLXIKY TOILET SOAPS IMPI RU I LI U III R • 1 INDI.N HI IISsuM RIl F in v( I N I H "S2 Left Fnll evadMg dif ti.uW'd pink brocade. ii. i More and more bride* tfafjsa days must plan and budge II trousseaux arttli can and Eoi thoughtThey •nrUnrr.the transambroMarj on formmion' dress, which ta eaallj %  bVUfag intu i. B| dress Tht> means of detachable lung atai n removable boleros, and aprons on gnei i which do double duty a* c.it tfcaa them For this lype of draw, it is wts* f t .... %  ..... The deliansfoiined lute an eve.iuig dress with pearl embroidered bodice. %  i I.IVC Tlll.lhi> He iiiul i i W.I. team are due dad at the end of At tralla via England. Planter in St. Vincent M R ALBERT REECE flew M from St Vnnent | %  %  Wiling |>J 1! <*. Ait" %  hOti visit. Mr Heece who Ii .1 Barbadian is g ^Winter in St Vincent. He owns "Fountain H Mr. Rcere is staying with hil brother-in-law and sist.-r It' MMI sUTBEA SOIEREIBBR II-I-I %  vian Aartawa dor. went t'j ti tloaal Day reception at Clartdga'i. j,otel. wore a gown of dove grey tact 1 pictnr* hst to match. Wltli the Teneinelao Ambaaaador, wesnng a gowii of black lace over taCsta and vrllew utraw hst. ilch, with gnlag, li-'k well (Mitt. tin, and after, "the day" To iliu>: we show two view* of the ftfeal —before an formation i-omplet" with long-idecyed bolero, full ——^—— % % % % % %  — % %  —— trjin. gag (lUuatrar* i_ o "'i_ M> u i i n < Mini left.) A hnrouk Buv. %  h Hotel Buiinesa complete without m. bolei K ING FAI" I fPT, \|R AND MHS PETEl. lh( )ralll ha* be. SXpf " .TriiiThe broeadr ..II-.-.. ' ' %  I all honev-comb desiui Mon:'f.i. It Is culled Lc Nld (The and was ft I|1E ln pe oru ., 8 n V er bUgk and pcrty of For the pest two months howmaterial (Illustration right.) „.. tit it %  %  I i he ncck• the fringe an %  %  win want soma' oung and fresh %  hite t %  BaaaMvaaggg i N %  which la boned 'The %  < %  | nut In pearls, silver bugh 1 ,,s ibm MOMS to tone with -i ed nttv howmalarial (Illustration right.) Mm.. Bl l T the>had been In Knjjlan.' < rim.Mnes of ti,. cnai coMMble. They Tinsame dealgnei from C i i Julj : th Via ounl and rt tl and Mrs. W. Enr Dash of Enterprise Road. Christ Church He a brother of M. Navy Gardens. Pakistan Embassy JVyf'SS JEAN COX. Blarl it 1 J ti.incft ol" hai %  ' death in IS 1 %  or Coming* And (joitfs 1 IVf s AH( ,K r|A, |,; illton". St. Lawrence li in IW Dr. 1 Barbados on a month's holiday l>v B.WJ %  g week-end n utS tO Uw UJH 0 I hollt by the Lady Nelson iron. Canada Returning on Jeon works at the I t**j N I Embassy tn Washington as a NunAM I %  %  mi Aivi:\nm:s 11 ingan. %  •' Hotel. Reunion I' M*S COU l" II OU % %  %  having vnoen at ii i hi of the %  all mates i %  Incidental Intelligence 'T 1 '!!' OH Who ever %  %  %  ... Salome. Gtorg* Malcoim Thnmsun Review* th* VmwBaoka A Few Notes ()n L'amour B.B.C. Radio Programme i %  %  m e si p tl h ii* KW| 7 111 p m Nrwi [ I : I .. Nawaeaall • 11 p m MM I Intel i-..,., UM BJdHortau % %  i %  IIi.n. m.ao i>">. I i ham m I SHIPWRECK BALL PARADISE BEACH CLUB THIS SATURDAY NH;HT July 21st. Iliive yitii I. ..K. .I your T:ihli* ypl .... AT si.mi I-I:K PEBSON ? ? dour: :-: 2684 :-: Tn-duy JANETTA DRESS SHOP and in..I..your Kcs.Tvi.tion. JAJVETTA mUSS %Hl Lovcrr Rroad Si reel IWESSES — of all Types Ke.'idy-nuidc anil made-In-order Just arrived—IIres&c\ in larfier sires from -Jl 'is ORCTEST TURNED DOWN \ n Ful) 16 H gpot tad n Trli le foi BM lUlut, lias -I ihe Parl Oppoattlo the Li itlvi %  Council bv the Cuvonini! % %  -! M.I aliFrum the n—UhgsSII WaW ways kept hii hejd) LAMIEL. By Stendlul Turnstile rresa. y%. lid. 191 pages. —Ill 3 ggfi* T which -ill. feel up I tonJj tour of ii % %  '. wan ibe I ycems x have pUStatd Ihe tire 1 %  i i %  found seventeen (gel Up BY THE W AY ... *> a******* CROSSWORD %  4 -r J L. %  • 6 r • 1 1 1 % %  | J 1 '} } %  saws) 1. wncie the crown seta, accotdn lo the Navy. (5. 4i 5. Mad*. IBi a. Tuber peel at the mastneM. ll. ) Inmlly lor deourstiu '*' ..Jhlun. il 1& Hf*iK.nmble for the mis up T i: i. Uuicli mountain i-vlno. ISI la. Fifty lo one, I4I SO, Yuu get 14 Acrus* un tnu. (fii Jl. Dandy ot byguna data. (4) ti. Tou maiM-O tlin five times till year. (41 DOB L. Hriiiit cars In th<*#. (t. Bi ra the burden lay ? il i. Sleep ntaitar. (B) 4. Heeds round ib4 5. BUCK up I IS) O. Hiieh Sin may b. UMH \%\ ti. Incident ; I.e.. dupe*. < | i reeoTcrwl b* grail. (8) is. war omce ndvenivment v t.i -'i winch coppen %  > j I. r-ird 4 < %  1. A* itt; 14 U> l i. r.-i II. -.< more, %  it rider r. its back —a .. kod "The liffo H irai i it wV ancourage into i Ihe authorities about anyone ted of atak Lstt an UM lc In I peril In in the Ctartefhouse, Couv ilit ii. them I md the subtle M i • led on Mctternli I 1 nache* branch, she mnunteil I i-bqut lo cute ih.-I hoi, lowered by crane, bul M Hop the liffe was overiooked In the excite* Import! It. By M-pe.i1 il 'Mlaov he Mlbstone bit of cat) ner. The %  ),*hop Is on nil four ehni womei .. ami nted siendha ent off to Moscow with the % %  When Napoleon was beaten at IN an international novel chai Stendhal wns dnnkpkMMhip the i h i ma WOUld be the seeded player Horg Ml Vctuce If did } nee. StendhaL who wrote nl nun trom writing a bruuanl the book m n days, * thrmght by dest i ipt n one ot the best of French judges to be hlg Dovgli %  Of French tWVQllatl He Ruined by the mil of the Emperis lead by hardly anyone glga, or, he went to Italv pursuing woIt o pity, fur Stendhal, whose men and literature, with some ;-el name was Menu Beyle, is %  „ success and indifferent scruple WTHV of the pi-ofoundcsi insight. Knrug>-d to titu Life or lluvdn Hi.s misfortune Is that he comhe found it easier to produce un bines two qu insM thai n in tounactaiowledged translation of a i dry style ana g rananur Qsjnnan arorfc. At last he became ""' nl DCB Consul at Civita Vecchia. i loralng he whi red god looaly. I to "catch He thought the police were wntchftrle." nig him. ti. he 0M of his He composed epitaphs for him1 '*' I I ei truth. sHf. c.j: !: tme i ,. .-. .... %  nent. After writing unsuccessfully for %  i by an eesta!. written by Baliac Hat sstavalea swore that he paid Ball somely for it. Outwardly he remained indifferent, saying, "I shall tie read about I9U." S O i %  %  .. %  %  I %  %  i %  %  dhtp SfeiulhaJ Is rxtremelg tfangmaeni. I reu'l 'i %  Stendhal was born in a famih tratea In On 1783. and. aged 10. learned witl the UveUeei appi ration of LOUM XVI HiInatlrn -uileil him beautlfuUy. He foutfh Beutien as a lieutenant ol This amorous adventurer never ventured Into wedlock, though he had one narrow escape. He devoted a whole book of reflections essn to the subject of love It tells meant more about Its author than about ils subject Samples of its wisdom. "One can acquire anything in solitude except character." is a kind of avarice, the uorel of all." GLOBE OPENING FRIDAY Plu*: SI H it STMI SHOW A Desperate Killer-Kidnaper Loose In... %  -UNION—WIUIAM HOlDfN Nancy Olson Bany Fitzgerald tYlf 6ETTGF8 'JAN SIfl NG \*H X III 4 1.1 B riMMA (Momberi Only) A FOREIGi. AFFAIR'' V PARAMot'NT PK'Tt'RK drs^oons, inUn kick graceful pirouette, tt> affali i ng u hnirie (hgt'te to -house. range ol by m means lnand tpuchlli %  %  i.. | VUdlmlr The heroine of LanuV %  shed novel haatUlg the emphati %  np i oncei ne with the qua tlon. "Whel pr* 1st i' is love v" Uei portrait •i OluUa rianisri, gn Italian lniH.V AND ABStlKRINf! nit AM \ or HDMAN RELATIONS' \ IVIIil.V PRKSKNTKD BETTE -Beat! %  %  %  I/. s,m making H fog-kornf r "J' l"'!' r '' A W n i r for I me to Vi %  %  purchase t manuf* lurer ich %  % %  k. CrowdV l til on the SW rn Bti sap, nofhinu." The real of hilong milling career he spent m tin %  aria! There was an inte When pursuing an actress nant., Melante Quilberi he went uir t. and get up In diary of 1H who alarmed Stendhal (• • m u[ lo ithnrity on love asked tw mi to Thmk li over, propow ige: was turneil down The II rnent ol Urrual from a No peasant Into a fashionable coeotle VVurld i "1'iiirlil Keserved -ii n\ MEN'S SHIRTS -ARROW White $7.10 MEN'S SHIRTS B. V. D. Grey, Tan. Blue .__$7.31 MEN'S SHIRTS ELITE striped $4.03 MEN'S SHIRTS RELIANCE $3.90 4.55 4.87 <3aberdine 56" Per yard T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE 4606 TO IIKI.P vor KEEP YOUR GARDEN BEAUTIFUL WV Oftir — KIIIIIMT II,,.,. I N'OITICS ( lift CiniHTlui. I'liions ll.ik,.. Smutl Hand Turk. I'urilcn Korks N ,1.O„B Handle—4 Pronf) ALSO TRIPI.KX BPSAYEBB—SnMaUt l„i Taorii Cricket I Inh THE IIAIIIIAIIOS lO-OI'DIIATIVi: cenrTON FA roiiv I.TII. Hardware Department Tel. No. 203? with • [ mi,mi llll! UMIllicit IIID ,....,, um %  -—m !" CARIBBEAN PREMIERE %  I *# \ B TOWN i UDA1 .n i v ;OTH MUDOETOWN :,,.,! .In omen, i new ##.. i v.. i o-.-, M.„ JOHN WAYNE "OPERATION PACIFIC" ith Ml Ma HaVU. w^ia BOND Fhmp CAMBY NOW PLAYING '"<" and 'OKACNIT" Opining FRIDAY 20th mil DAVIS ." PAYMENT ON DEMAND Dial MM < IMM.I'KIII s %  ,„ | ssloN I.AIVI.IJSS VALI.KV QllM. III Sll UTDIN OF THE BAIIMIN 4.All 11 TIIE GARDEN — ST. |AVBf THIS WAS PARIS Ban Lvon. Ann Dvomk A i.i \s of un racofl Nl NSCT PASS 'TATKIN IW8T r.iipnif: ;: %  S OI.ItlKHS TIIHt.fV willi David NivrnHotorrt Nrwlon IIOY.%1. X Rrpubllc WI...1,S.,1-1 %  • DISKRT Aoarr • % %  MARSHALL OF LiRLDO •TMl WlllUm Ellloll — and § -HIIN Of BUFFALO HILL HOW i"n.. atatsn I-J.. i %  i-. •at* Csaesn r "'' **'" 1 "RAWHIDE" II.. -.,.i • ith gbtgh Mailowr-Dean JaSr OLYMPIC L.M %  HB1..1. tod., I I-. | i\ • mi: i SDBUKA \ I KI\I;DOM V#^v,v%v^*.v,*,.^vv^^ f0 M. O Mi K THEATRE TO-OAV LAST SHOWS 5 & B.13 P.M. THE 13th LETTER LINDA DARNELL CHARLES BOYER GRAND QUIZ CONTEST TO-MORROW NITE AT S.30 with Ihe Film IT'S ALL ABOUT WOMEN-AND THEIR MEN! all about eve "-. %  •iwir-"a^-0*^f.,il^^.iwtoi*^-W*i4si^ri*iirt#*Cb* O-s I


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ESTABLISHED 1 19
TUESDAY JULY 17. 1951
rui. E mi i r.\ rs
U.K-EGYPT DISPUTE HEADS FOR SHOWDOWN
Britain Trying To
Hold On To Suez
By H. SilACKFOAD
LONDON, tJtUy'10.
|GYPT'S long tmUrmg dlipnt ii Br
lain plungec. toward an air' ;'io,
threatens the once mighty British Empire
loss of dominance in anothor strategic area. The
proud British si is" of India,
Pakistan. Palest In .it a u i i, are
trying to hold a', least the Suez Canal
vital to the defence of tiu
the key point in the lifeline
Empire.
Russia Starts
Anii- America
Propaganda
In Middle Kast
awii o\Kin
t |U1
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(tig itD
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tretnt' l
...

is out of Hi' l
a

Bgyptlari -
Tin Egyptians also claim that i
they
toffy co-operation with Bni
wnatavei form th. Ml
Command lakes unlll the Bri-
tish concede Rgypt'
demand*
larly thti month, m *
addled to Ihli Are, whan
steamship, the Kmntre n*rn. I I
stopped i
Ua
protest to (Ung dan -
subsequently I
pealed to tin- L'.N
Council to consider Eg>;'
ads ni Bh young Mta i
I
that Egvpt ji
Canal area la ana of
vital si I
end probably the most important
spot for
die Bart against major aggression.
u. any major troubla ii
Egypt would i' u II
Middle East boiling again
r in t lam of ua
situation in Iran.
Egypt's restrictions on tin uag
ni ina canal may in.- a
to bring tha anttra coaaplaa; Egyp-
.- to a head I
ra adamant on canal re-
strictions, and lnatt| th I
win maintain them u hac rtghl
under the principle nf national
sovereign \v.
The real
posed on M 16, I048i whan th*

. of the *
bin! iln r
ryinc H*
But this ii '-'i I
the Middl" East to bran
for>*ed the closing of the impor-
tant Hi.' .. rv Impor-
tant m w thai
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ports, and
tha l. hi customs
Bttthorltle I
is unloaded norm illy In
till manner according to '
tons brought baton the prfsa
courts, and
according to
I help ih
I Arab refugees.
The btscWstbia of n ahjp h'
the Egypt!
for auch I ship even
to Alan port.
i,
with loci l
Ui 111 the aagHB* Kot.li ifl ill
Egypt
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Instead
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stormy a
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f.p.
Prince Philip
Quits 'Magfrie'
";' ""llhc llou^ol Con
Reds Outline
Three Points
For Ceasefire
KAESONG. Juiy 16
\UMIRAL JOY preaenUd the U.N. stand Ai
the first five minutes of the Ron., i
today and was followed by the North I .
(rener.il Nam El, Chief of the Communist delega
tion.
utll
ed th
aaai -An
CaNAUA H
lotti Town,
itNNIE OAKLEY*
le Cnitadi.-
>. im .1 I ii:ii
| i I
i saluted in uont nioa Oontt
E6.000 Aflked Por
*Vineess Margaret
LONDON. July ll>
Government

us a tall blond young It

officer in the rowboai
Duke of Edinburgh, hui
th.
ending bk brut irl i
of the Magpie and pos-
ibtj in active naval eareer.
1
on Thin i
role ol lad Royal
require Blsa-
beth's pre ei e
[1 .
iln, Philip
...
1
h telling
the en
: I
hnntc with h
i
.
I I

-IP
Princess Margaret eo.ikhj
allowance beginning Au-
j gust 2\ when sin- Leisure tea rkea
i'jjv uaaaiil tho Bin on
members of the
Royal family, a eSJJOQ allow*
\tarnrr! ana I
payable ime 21
But by mistake no
1 siting the
, s-.ii -. n "i 1 Km h
provided bar his daughter

',
I Mill tl
dlowance
Ii
Secretary Herbert Isorriaon geta
B I,...... .1 yaai f.p.
Truman \\ ill IK
Over Flood Arfas
WASHINGTON. July 10
mounrcd
'
lelasourl and Kane u Boi d areas
lp tomorrow lip

M i
ton tomor-
row nigh;

IT
France Is Still
Without A Govt.
IS. July 16.
FINANCE MINISTER Maurice I
la showdown with ! i
in his efforts to form a new Cabin I
political
Aftei ft
Hope For Truce
Is An Uneasy One
SK( ITJL July Hi.
uuons may be drawn on U.N. thirudi
Intentions by talking with the key figures in the recant
ions.
Tin v are: Firstly. UN has no Ii tention of giving up territoo
held north ol the 38th parallel, nor of withdrawing its fronl
Secondly, anj hope ^i removing U-N.
iture Ii without sub-
stance
. d ktaotitj of U s
will rh.ingi
!>it*mifr lit' fiaspfri
i!< -i-ii- Office
ROME Jul] Ifl
Alcide di Qasp>
anti-Com/nuiaibt
.. d Italj into ^ i M
PI i
unbrokan kaKlefshlp of the Italian
. lova i ni ' 1
to quit when h
i-n mi-f
Inuu lo erk*
louched 'h-.
.. naeppa Pella, M
r,. asurj Hmutci and oi' '

Thirdly, the hoped roi trues ii
. -ii be .ni unes
tor Communism have
anasj their

This coi'cruondent h.
given tn
lh- entire Pro.* rurpM by U.S. and
British orneers. Hv (uu li
'
dual expression;; on a personal
The third [tin lary per-
. !T iiii!-
fcrm with aUoi mcei [01
mattan
uea ah ni

I one ii-
^ponsii>i>' parson .iim not
by any other.
1
t these vu
arc known lo Wi hlngt

i Ural c
rurner Joj
tlon wi
.- i
...

itut the '

of the A general dutltne
have i'"' yet bo

iijiists*
Forged $10,00
Notes
It AGED tan-doUai Trinl*
. irculattim "
rrinldad The loci

numlii'i Ian 04 'i
.i .
At a glance the noli
appeal to be .
of the two noi
The Police
- i over to go to
hln i Oku
Bssu
Kansas Floods
Are Receding
KANSAS CITY, M
The rai u-l EUvei

i
wa i both li
.Hi.i tin'
welling aftssisBippl | i
:
.mil Kan*
u Rlvci
i its of about an Inch an hour In
1
l
ad el tit Indus-
trial Hod on Ihe Ml oui I Id*
the height of tha
' flood, wa burning ItseTl ou)
t !
the chief architect of the Oovem-
pollcy.V.f.
Violent Storms
Sweep Italy
MILAN. Juiy 18.
storms swept
northern Italy over the weekend
to orchard*
and crop
phone and telegraph iioles in eev>
era) mull towns which
tl
In-
banks and flooded
' '
hour wind dam-
aged so hi
tino. up:.
tons wore Injured hi Milan '
railing tile I.P.
To-day's
Wc&ther Chart
Run:i-r- gag s.n.
I
Moon: Fir't Ouartur
I
, I a.m. 2.5S p.m.
Lev Tide- .Si am.. 841 pro-
tl


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tit
The flfl

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IP
Kussiaiis Can Throv)
KoiiiIxts Against
Britain
LX>NDON, July 16
.
day lh;it Russia probably could
| throw more bombers uu
^tain than the Nazis d
i Battle of Britain dui
n,g World War n
Addressing two Royal Air Force
that narrowly defeated
the lanTtwarss overBril l;
Crawley said that the It A F.
might easily lose such a battle
now if war broke out suddenly
with Russia.
i Russia has 1B.000 first-
be capat rying atom
iiiu.ui. f.p._
20TH MINISTER
CANBERRA, July |0.
it..ix-rt Uanstaa an-
aj
twantletn

IfOtlP of the N
If.
tw

i

39 Put Embargo
On Anns To Rods
i ORB




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l>. r

ad
Th*
lid it
ill be

1


Mi/.iU IW DtMspil
I tvtafy Pound*
HI 'N. July Hi.
ibeth h.i u-lnuned
mi M pounda of) in i i
i Mond it" i
m. Prince Philip
I :,
1 tain xini.
his naval
.aid.
ind televi*

!
who were
ild Elliot* th who Iuh
ter tin
hlld Pi In
\pne to a ip Phllli
i r
Mil..- Defeated
United Stab
repemeo
u in effeel until tl K
IN, July ii
Clei ni Auii
r(r the K"i onslaught The i defeatad
'.
Assemlil. on 1
thnt l'ii
ad tl
llahmeni
,


This ;

not tir

rom his present front Unes Tiu;| United Nai
third poiai
......- ;li......-
linn
a ban
I
*.
trannpoi'./
i
I n
. .'r United Nation i mernbi i
Italy. Lm
i .
loud I
. I -. I
I
Mill was ci I the
Although Opposition niembcn-
i i (oi las Ooviiii-
Heated that
1
ti-
ll"' in Korea will
re both trai
.. .

U R
. i ie lo the

d igu troops from
i r.
$25M FOR FLOODS
a/ASHINOTI 'N July 10.
Tl a Hi Usnday passed
.......

..I.
nlllion doOara oa

t.p.
la it la ill*
al


Hungai. an >
have token sin lar stand \ v
FIFTEEN DEAD
TKHKHAN. July IS.
-
i mt toudi'
mg one pouo
bodies will bu i


Two i,'
An official poll i

munist claim oi acoroe, too high
1 p

ARTIES HEADLINE
Filipinos Disappointed Over Jap Treaty
Refute $10,000
NSW YORK. July Mi. laid, while the prop-."
Ign Affairs said on pr
Filipinos ol .,
Unous In the opinion thjt sum that the groat powers will
proposed Japanese peace .ward'
If,
'i >RK Jn |


(need
i*
t r
il but ignorem the right-
- .
. ||
ted nation than
red on President
d i

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viM in the world th'

*

lirst as a aression ei l

.
| nold the
dee|*st esteem.
'
i may be."* I
| say that I .

i r
i retl)
I
. .. |
lath
bet r ti> return
iinistratlnii as of
i
.....
.
on a nob
i .,
'

wind-up of the hcssion.
The live-man negotlai

lelKoptei but Ihe n nu ndea oi
. i i \ ovei
land convo) The convo) wen
unm irked t" an) w tiiti I
.
it win ihroughou! u
were ntilltorj in.in i
men and ihej n
km .1
"
hour and 80 mil it >
thus far, toterruptad by . two

U.K. Oppose Pad
Between USSpain
LONDON. Jub Ifl
I
made kimwn t.,
to snj km.i of (inlt'.irv
n Uie United Sliei
Spain. A upokninan lor the
i omm< a
ung on n i '. kind of

i ,
In i*ir wind in conne
Ion with lo-il.n'. iiinv.il i.f
I
i nnt keen
about thi
Inin ; the Atlantic pad oi tho

of tfn
ii-.n .mi'
nisi i. ..I

i li ..in

UP.
Gunmen Kill
Lebanese
S I

1
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-i ol ti i

RJj id' bod
.ii be >
i oved b) plane to iieimt
ornli f.i'

Argentine Has
High lloprs
Ms JOHN IMRRV
i I 'M i\" .1 ,|, |..
rhi \ en Mimner. Alberta
M.i rtondo, sold II
lib ii i ii.i.i', ; .

I i

ii bv fin
f if] U iii
tiled f.i
i Ith.
. .
partJ .
ttntctive t londo eohool
i.. |
ed If ehe
persl .
i Ith, the ."


r r
Albanians Leave
Home: Flee Police
yi OOSl .'.' LA
E TERROR1! M
i able" bul i 11 i event*
Uuice, roctntly arrlvi
here In thlg snclsnl little lov/n wlthlB
AJbatuan botoau srnigra rondltlong of stsrval rror which fon
fie* their hoinalsndi

/ lit/tit'- ~/' ,)l'"1 ill be In- k'itrht S.>,./,.ii /,
"a"' '^' f'irni oei

i
| .
...
,
I |alMd n had du ipc- an d
< rid of 1949.
n
iltSl Kxecution
Ived here -
the woods and
Hintotos He
aaeeuUon ana Ui il of

i day to tote 19-m
dragged oui of hie home
t OO the spot.
All nu nbers
ti fn totsrnrnani

int supporter was installed li
1950 am'
i
rned an I
I
lerhaps 80 or mon

frontier.


The in.



In OO

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I tppear-
good CI
u
1

i
turn Hghi :



about $100,0Q re than he

..
10.000 iii the WI
In Nee


f.p.
Diplomat Killtti
LIMA. Jul)
diplomat J<

long tin outskirts
if Lima ^, I
I
and ww

four bullet
i I

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The "ADVOCATE"
pays for NEWS
Dial 3113
Day or Night.


PACI tWO
BARBADOS .DVOCATE
ri'FSDAV, JULY 17, IM1
(fahib falUny
D
i A C

K
Saturday l> Die Lady Nessea
bado*. Thej
I
Dr. Am
Phiic
' '
i
. Md
Trinidad Holiday
Mi; DBAMOI

past t
son and
Mrr Roddy Bynoc. returned <
Icrdav morning !' II
night from Trinidad
i hi n alnwl on '
poHday.
i i
v#ts Mr A i M hi*
uraiid-son Aid I'd who had
in Trinidad for a couple
W.I. Cricket Manager
Mi! cnoi. in
.
:!- In trom
Tiimdutl f
--lay h\ 1> W.I A
land is at
the Oeea
I Ratal M
I returns t" Trim-
I dad on Tl
[ He If i
1
t merit ol I
,J Grant I
"Jfdad Thi. trip
i th. in', i
Fashioned In London
Bridai
I ru n sj unit a lion
B> DOROTHY HARM I \
LONDON. Julv 6.
Of nil i of th-
brtdal arum rt) the mos'
reluctant .. change


v I Ml. .11. !
lag populai
| M.I n .;. .! I..

1 pink and
bliw. HJ
brochc damask", brocadi
brocades We ai

ixaily pink brocade, shown at ;i
collect Ion recentl>. th.it aw chow
the gown of the
pggg go
UhclktB"
ask for
Gussonc
LLXIKY TOILET
SOAPS
IMPI RU I LI U III R 1 INDI.N HI IISsuM RIl F in v( I n I H
"S2
Left Fnll evadMg dif
ti.uW'd pink brocade.
ii. i
More and more bride* tfafjsa
days must plan and budge II
trousseaux arttli can and Eoi
thought- They nrUnrr.- the trans- ambroMarj on
formmion' dress, which ta eaallj
bVUfag intu i.
B| dress Tht>
means of detachable lung atain
removable boleros, and aprons on gnei i
which do double duty a* c.it tfcaa them
For this lype of draw, it is wts* ft .
.... .....
The de-
liansfoiined lute an eve.iuig dress
with pearl embroidered bodice.
i
I.IVC Tlll.l-
hi>
He iiiul i i
W.I. team are due
dad at the end of At
tralla via England.
Planter in St. Vincent
MR ALBERT REECE flew M
from St Vnnent |
Wiling |>J 1! <*. Ait"
hOti visit. Mr Heece who Ii .1
Barbadian is g ^Winter in St
Vincent. He owns "Fountain
H
Mr. Rcere is staying with hil
brother-in-law and sist.-r It'
MMI sUTBEA SOIEREIBBR ii-i-i vian Aartawa
dor. went t'j ti tloaal Day reception at Clartdga'i. j,otel.
wore a gown of dove grey tact 1 pictnr* hst to match. Wltli
' the Teneinelao Ambaaaador,
wesnng a gowii of black lace over taCsta and vrllew utraw hst.
ilch, with
gnlag, li-'k well (Mitt.
tin, and after, "the day"
To iliu>:
we show two view* of the ftfeal
before an formation
i-omplet"
with long-idecyed bolero, full
^ trjin. gag (lUuatra-
r* i_ o "'i_ M> u i i n < Mini left.) A
hnrouk Buv. h Hotel Buiinesa complete without m. bolei
KING FAI" I fPT, \|R AND MHS PETEl. lh(. )ralll ha* be.
SXpf " .Triii- The broeadr ..II-.-..
'' *' I all honev-comb desiui
Mon:'f.i. It Is culled Lc Nld (The and was ft ,I|1E ln peoru., 8nVer bUgk
and
pcrty of For the pest two months how- material (Illustration right.)
.. tit it " I
i he ncck-
the
fringe an


win want soma'
oung and fresh
hite t

BaaaMvaaggg
i
N
'
which la boned
'The < | nut In pearls, silver bugh
1 ,,s- ibm moms to tone with -i ed
nttv how- malarial (Illustration right.)
Mm.. Bl l t the>- had been In Knjjlan.' ,
< rim.Mnes
. of ti,. cnai coMMble. They Tin- same dealgnei
from C i i Julj : th Via ounl and rt
tl
and Mrs. W. Enr Dash of Enter-
prise Road. Christ Church He
a brother of M.
Navy Gardens.
Pakistan Embassy
JVyf'SS JEAN COX.
Blarl it1
J ti.incft ol" hai '
death in IS
1

or Coming* And (joitfs
1' IVf "s AH( ",K r|A,'|,;
illton". St. Lawrence li in IW Dr. 1
Barbados on a month's holiday l>v B.WJ
- g week-end n utS tO Uw UJH 0 I hollt
by the Lady Nelson iron. Canada Returning on
Jeon works at the I t**j N I
Embassy tn Washington as a Nun- Am I
.
mi Aivi:\nm:s
11 ingan.
''
Hotel.
Reunion
I' M*S COU l" II OU
- having
vnoen at
ii i hi of the
all mates
i
Incidental Intelligence
'T1'!!' OH Who ever
... Salome.
Gtorg* Malcoim Thnmsun Review* th* VmwBaoka
A Few Notes ()n L'amour
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
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SHIPWRECK BALL
PARADISE BEACH CLUB
THIS SATURDAY NH;HT
July 21st.
Iliive yitii I. ..K. .I your T:ihli* ypl ....
AT si.mi i-i:k PEBSON ? ?
dour: :-: 2684 :-: Tn-duy
JANETTA DRESS SHOP
and in..I..- your Kcs.Tvi.tion.
JAJVETTA mUSS %Hl
Lovcrr Rroad Si reel
IWESSES of all Types
Ke.'idy-nuidc anil made-In-order
Just arrivedIIres&c\ in larfier sires
from -Jl 'is
ORCTEST TURNED DOWN \ n
Ful) 16
H gpot tad n Trli
' le foi BM
lUlut, lias
. -I ihe Parl
Oppoattlo
the Li itlvi
Council bv the Cuvonini- !-! M.-
I al-
iFrum the nUhgsSII WaW
ways kept hii hejd)
LAMIEL. By Stendlul Turnstile
rresa. y%. lid. 191 pages.
Ill
3 ggfi*
T
which
-ill.
feel up I
tonJj tour of
ii '. wan ibe I
ycems x have pUStatd Ihe tire
1 i i
found seventeen (gel Up
BY THE W AY ... *> a*******
CROSSWORD
4 -r
J L.
6
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1 '} }
saws)
1. wncie the crown seta, accotdn
lo the Navy. (5. 4i
5. Mad*. IBi
a. Tuber peel at the mastneM.
ll. )
Inmlly lor deourstiu
. '*'
..Jhlun. il
1& Hf*iK.nmble for the mis up T i:
i. Uuicli mountain i-vlno. iSi
la. Fifty lo one, i4i
SO, Yuu get 14 Acrus* un tnu. (fii
Jl. Dandy ot byguna data. (4)
ti. Tou mai- m-o tlin five times till
year. (41
Dob
L. Hriiiit cars In th<*#. (t. Bi
ra the burden lay ? il
i. Sleep ntaitar. (B)
4. Heeds round ib4
5. Buck up I IS)
O. Hiieh Sin may b. UMH \%\
ti. Incident ; I.e.. dupe*. < | i
. reeoTcrwl b* grail. (8)
is. war omce ndvenivment v t.i
-'i winch coppen
' > j
I. r-ird 4 <' 1. A*
itt; 14 U>
l
i. r.-i ii.-.<
'
more,
'
it rider r. its backa .. kod "The
liffo
H irai i it wV ancourage into
i Ihe authorities about
anyone ted of atak-
Lstt an um lc In I
peril In in the Ctartefhouse, Couv
ilit ii. them I md the subtle m i
led on Mctternli I
1 nache*
branch, she mnunteil I i-bqut lo cute ih.-I hoi, ,
lowered by crane, bul M Hop the
liffe was overiooked In the excite* Import!
It. By M-pe.i1 il
'Mlaov he '
Mlbstone
bit of cat) ner. The
),*hop Is on nil
four ehni womei
.. ami
nted siendha
ent off to Moscow with the
'
When Napoleon was beaten at
IN an international novel chai Stendhal wns dnnk-
pkMMhip the i h i
ma WOUld be the seeded player Horg Ml Vctuce If did
} nee. StendhaL who wrote nl nun trom writing a bruuanl
the book m n days, * thrmght by dest i ipt...... n one ot
the best of French judges to be hlg Dovgli
Of French tWVQllatl He Ruined by the mil of the Emper-
is lead by hardly anyone glga, or, he went to Italv pursuing wo-
It o pity, fur Stendhal, whose men and literature, with some
;-el name was Menu Beyle, is success and indifferent scruple
WTHV of the pi-ofoundcsi insight. Knrug>-d to tit- u Life or lluvdn
Hi.s misfortune Is that he com- he found it easier to produce un
bines two qu insM thai n in to- unactaiowledged translation of a
i dry style ana g rananur Qsjnnan arorfc. At last he became
""'nl DCB Consul at Civita Vecchia.
i loralng he whi red god looaly.
I to "catch He thought the police were wntch-
ftrle." nig him.
' ti. he 0M of his He composed epitaphs for him-
1 '*' I I ei truth. sHf. c.j: !: tme i In ItM midst of passionate atone. JVh(*.I.-'..-- In I
netion some pteec of exact obser- he met bis Wol be decided he was
mind Which vulgar poseur. H.. iin.il epit.iph
i incit-uses was. "I lived, wrotet lorcd. Anfi
illfgn. One of h.s heroes true there was nevei moment in
killr a man [g a iluel. g* uUfl burly briuht-cyed
iiiror to make pure Ibi IVeikchman with the compressed
il rical DMNith, but the ruetl
bj .i knife-wound Bucl a petticoat wag to be hagrd
touehei plea dlaeoneari where, not too far off.
Ttu- Penalty Kirk
EVEN the bm
perplexed bj Uw
Kick '
The central Incident
rejected nyi i
on the
i i One
s- |i i ural i
kick mom- In th
I'
...
v or noi at }fOU
' 'Hi...- an obfoctio*
leld j.i ihe i.-utpioiton to
shine 6e nsoroee; dti
eyes u-Hl gM your ,i,, .
your*, mid if trill be lim.
cnnntih t.
(irWif-ishoji
' l: i -. Cool .i: Intellectual
th, Vnra-ooer rnr/denl weight are .. combtturtlon th:
i ii. Bod igpal
' ' what Goelhe
h victim succumbed, he
wrote her name- on his braces
j > ,. .-. ....
nent.
After writing unsuccessfully for

i by an eesta!.
written by Baliac Hat sstavalea
swore that he paid Ball
somely for it. Outwardly he re-
mained indifferent, saying, "I shall
tie read about I9U."
SO i

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i
dhtp SfeiulhaJ
Is rxtremelg tfangmaeni. I re-
u'l 'i

Stendhal was born in a famih
tratea In On
1783. and. aged 10. learned witl
the UveUeei appi
ration of Loum XVI Hi- Inatlrn
-uileil him beautlfuUy. He foutfh
Beutien as a lieutenant ol
This amorous adventurer never
ventured Into wedlock, though he
had one narrow escape. He de-
voted a whole book of reflections
essn to the subject of love It tells
meant more about Its author than about
ils subject Samples of its wis-
dom. "One can acquire anything
in solitude except character."
is a kind of avarice,
the uorel of all."
GLOBE
OPENING FRIDAY
Plu*:
SI H it STMI SHOW
A Desperate
Killer-Kidnaper
Loose In...
-UNION-
WIUIAM HOlDfN
Nancy Olson Bany Fitzgerald
tYlf 6ETTGF8 'JAN SIfl NG
\*H X III 4 1.1 B riMMA (Momberi Only)
A FOREIGi. AFFAIR''
V PARAMot'NT PK'Tt'RK
drs^oons,
in- Un kick
graceful pirouette, tt>
affali i ng u hnirie (hgt'te to
' -house.
range ol by m means ln-
and tpuchlli

i.. |
VUdlmlr
The heroine of LanuV
shed novel haatUlg the emphati
np i oncei ne
with the qua tlon. "Whel pr* 1st
i' is love v" Uei portrait
i OluUa rianisri, gn Italian
lniH.V AND ABStlKRINf!
nit am \ or hdman
RELATIONS' \ IVIIil.V
PRKSKNTKD
BETTE
-Beat!



I/. s,m making H fog-kornf r"J' l"'!'r''
AW
n i r for I me to Vi

purchase t
manuf* lurer ich
.
- k. CrowdV
l til on the
SW rn Bti
sap, nofhinu."
The real of hi- long milling
career he spent m tin
aria! There was an inte
When pursuing an actress nant.,
Melante Quilberi he went uir t.
and get up In
diary of 1H who alarmed Stendhal (
m u[ lo
ithnrity on love asked tw
mi to Thmk li over, propow
ige: was turneil down
The ii
rnent ol Urrual from a No
peasant Into a fashionable coeotle
VVurld i "1'iiirlil Keserved
-ii n\
MEN'S SHIRTS -arrow White________$7.10
MEN'S SHIRTS B. V. D. Grey, Tan. Blue .__$7.31
MEN'S SHIRTS elite striped ________$4.03
MEN'S SHIRTS reliance $3.90 4.55 4.87
<3aberdine 56" Per yard
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4220
YOUR SHOE STORE
4606
to iiki.p vor
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with
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ith Ml Ma HaVU. w^ia bond Fhmp camby
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and 'OKACNIT"
Opining FRIDAY 20th
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4.All 11
TIIE GARDEN ST. |AVBf
THIS WAS PARIS
Ban Lvon. Ann Dvomk A
i.i \s of un racofl
Nl NSCT PASS
'TATKIN IW8T
r.iipnif:
;: SOI.ItlKHS TIIHt.f-
V willi David Nivrn- Hotorrt Nrwlon
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MARSHALL OF
LiRLDO "
TMl WlllUm Ellloll
and -
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HILL "
HOW
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at* Csaesn r"- '',**'"1-
"RAWHIDE"
ii.. -.,.i
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f0 M. O Mi K THEATRE
TO-OAV LAST SHOWS 5 & B.13 P.M.
THE 13th LETTER
LINDA DARNELL CHARLES BOYER
GRAND QUIZ CONTEST
TO-MORROW NITE AT S.30
with Ihe Film
IT'S ALL ABOUT WOMEN-AND THEIR MEN!
all about eve
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. l I I.' \ \ 11 I \
BAKKUlo- vDVtM Ml
p \t.i nun I
Th* name .***ft. r~.r iMaff
'Ct***tt***"
llelpm |0 clfnnnr l/ie .ivalVm
f'riim liUmil intl'iirilivH
Itnpurliln In the 1.1.. L mev caiiac rhrunuMW
itvhr* and palm. Mil! *nJ painful lotnt*.
bo.l, P.i....l. .-.ml dlmord.-r..
CaWfcc't Blood MUturv belpa to purify
ihe blood. dMM 'I' >TI'f "* a.*ll*
m r< "(urliif b-Mh! hra'ih.
.ngiw-lr.ini.iii nil Con
pin. I
U. 1\. Delegates Get
Free Passage To Kaes*>ni>
LUL-Egypl
Dispute
\wieirw uii.t /\
_ l rum Flga I

Egyptian neat -
fcnsaare Aeaca. apwivw
ing lo tin I
hail in the t.ulf of A:
given .. warning ahoi i>> .
..
Answer, General
llv EBNEST lloilhltt HT
KAESONQ, July lti.
The U.N. c.. : .ition had complete lu.'dom of
atni in the ccue-Hn conference cily on Monday, in
compliance with I'.N demands.
Jeep and truck convoys of the U.N. rolled inlo Kaes.ni;
this morning without white Alga and without being hailed, by an armed partj ol i.
While the COnfarenci...... 1 walked around the "'"'"''1 "u'aclrl1"
Og lein*ithtedou25S.'^1
vehicle going Into Kaeaong today, and saw only two armed jnn unwarri,nted mti
Communists military police while en route. It appeared iho a>wcn.om of ahinptaa tl
as if the Communists are complyingso lar as the eve the Suez Canal, ana
could see- -with t* N demands that the city be demilitarized ii-cram violation ol international
and that the UN. delegation Vg%** be given freedom a^ (,.., ,^id(,.
I saw about 30 Communist soldiers In a h/Jne nilddle of next
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I >. 'twm.lt
i.
Te itand it- i..i
i \ i \
..>.m-i tlUK I
'

l Madam
. Au.l it
ecl like CO t fW
<..!.' No, MilHirr
mi \ii\iv i
PublM
I
r|- M,|,,t'
Of movement I saw about 30 Communist soldiers in a toSTS
company, about five were armed.
----------------------------------------------------Tni. un has **Teed that Ihc unilaterally by Egypt lo abn
w ... ,_. Commidateta v. ill oohce the cit> gute Ihe 20-year, 1936 Anulu-
IjaftirV MlOUt'lI |HO Tw. if ihc Communttti with rum Riyplinri treaty,
were lighted near the Conference Britain itlll maintain! . foothold Si* war, Tn
place and were very embarrassed , t\lv Canal Zoiu- end lha Budatl
3 found thai they were The U.S afBar U3 uM in: |eod
being photographed by UN civilian offices In the Anglo-Iranian con- an rtcd aa rfa skilled
. ling Utern to
forth, the army.
one in the
army, should rail him a soldier.
Days In Trinidud
Er K'_:iGST.ON';.J,'l> ..": ...
cian
to-day
talk.
iop'ics He la
!> in Trinid.. t the nuy noi ham been nri When ^jj katma


vd u,
Truman tell.
Government gaw
which
Va
iral C. Tu
an- 0 other ~- ,u become greater U the And"-
.... TeiMO-iti fjinairtn t ttl.Ki-o.
Joy.
ame oJt of
refused to niirn
land, mately lioo hours he told thi.-...,,
Hi that the U.N. dclega-
LVIg UM Moor all morning.
beUey* lUJeab dm- Hu said that he expected tin- Com-
pOMll lowai 10 have it during the
cendJUon I - Jlternoon.
ala.-but cing The Communisti asked for a
heavily lined, Imprisoned, ind he iwO-OOttT recess from 11.00 a.m.
feels l hat this might
l-hance* to el?r
.l
a t Commun
I
Iranian ten allowed,
v.r.

saying he hi.I
And Govi rnoi ol Pi an- oenniuon.
James Dun*, also hotly
has done the -
<\l Ml Mmil) tOllegl men
I Washington i.
Ibout Oovern-

1
FUu
Indiuii
.
did it "'till surn

and more
futurr *CR
furth.
in
(^iin*' Crop Exceeds
Faciory's CapiwiiN
i Our i
ST. QEOROg g, i
With ti i
being reaged, 11*
Coinmissioni'r
u recess irom n.wu a.m.
toMpMI The art noon ses.ion |, of ^,M|oH Pjllkf.
lasted 55 minutes and the Com-
munist d NEW DELHI. Jul> 1H.
;: Nam D poaed for the iniornied cat thai 8li
i i ii tmmunut photogra- Archibald Wyi tn< Bi
pAMn Commissioner >n Imiia. is II-n.
Nam El smiled once lUghtly London for consultations with the
duiii.H the 10 minutes thai Com- British Government on i
.-wd llUlOB the confar- relations betw.-en India II
mi The CommtusW Ian. Kfe lefl here law nlghl b*
. [pr the most parti how- Itritish Overseas Airways, and his
n pracl ! ileparture was desr.i-
pa. bei

. Bb< utl Gov-
t for tl e past eo Tears
... .m awful lot i->
-
I.iiii^hler ..i- ci tears
lluiltline is n.t puorll hki
mii >ti IMU i mere I Ihe iirm belief
.......
I iix- of the American stage, who ha
not. I al 84.
.
caused a baby depression by In- Ing
Hie amount uf aring
ment required on meti M
H .....i"i down "
Tnen Devtd Balaaco aa*e attn b
v>
v unknown ri
nu gnat actor. So I
. -ma au.
I .
he bank* and Insurance etwn- a* with all area) <..tm-th.ni...
REGISTRATION
Of VDTEKS
ciintim ES
..i.-thrnt
s I (JO KGrS, J.a. 14
ffgorfe Of
.
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puhltt It)
ordiag p
Out ol

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Ukeb i" n
ihc time of
h Laalal tl
.

ibUtty ah
i..ii.]. m
it the 'kit

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i
Aorordlng to i
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iNoiehl i Ml; St \i
,s..uiii) 1,401 B Oavl

n
ihc lUii
i
.1 list
s, ptcenbi
.i Lad BlecUon Daj 0 h
Bo f.n there h been hit
Hi K) Even i .
mp fratn enaii

inning f.n 11..- pai i-.ii i
, I Ml
nit} knnu'ii
hai not yei pi
ii: ' I! ., T ,\
I
/?, ,/f / / otoommp c4ook 4ft
ATKINSONS
i. ofoaHfS
.' being ruiinecti'i uilli "roulilie
Factorv Ltd. I. n. Lna 1 nig'11!'1' ion..ultatiuns". Tin .
it IS faced wMh Bfl ;,n t N Photographer there rial COnUOCI Ian Prime
suppiv of c ne on Ihc 18M i op. n. looka picntv rugged." Mini-ter Ueoun Ah Khan's staie-
far In excess Of the factory-- Chlnew CtinnninnUt and North ment on Indian B
maximum cepaclt- Koreei -d about a doaen photo- istan borders in F,..~t Punjab.
therefor,- COinpCslcd to Urni! Pro- nphen nnd cori-capondents here Informed sources said however l '""
duction according^, limit neceasl- for ine talks. The New Chlni that such movements must have ; I"""- the kiUK-k.ilouland Broad
Aganey corrwrnoDdeot who become necessary becau i i
.. wui. Tang, said that .sistent t.tlks Of a ln-
Ived on Seturm*. dulge.1 In by Pakistan laedi
I that the New Chin t'.r.
News Agency, lie l nmmunisl
RATES OF EXCHANGE
e*M*aa
Ji'iv IS,
in ci>aquaa on
toting ' quota

the
maxt
....
us it is i led U
;

G
ten top
11 ' Communist newsman
Tang i lid Ihat, "about two month'
ted to u ho 1 Iked with the i .
graphef
Gondoliiis Slrik
Hundred
on strike tiiia
vf.nici;.
if gondo i
Corn pro- th.
ned f.
ii Mm Ukc Scotch . .
Wll III l(|
.
i
holies ii.
..... in New
Nod "somewhere in North t^,,,, to citv admlnistrai Ymk i ind it won
cultiv itl
produit
I*.P,
TUG COSTS $30,000
NOT ACCEPTED
motor boats not only
turned b
canala, but with their compel throtifh
left it iMpecaatbaa foi

The strike w.iv r.dled \\\v<\ the
cilv administration refused U> *
firanl Um
ni!iV.'''iu.l.M help gondolier.-. working
iyia*aog wicm niirpk
PORT-Or-SPAIN, Julv 16.
$30,000 without its
FVom Oiir Own CttrTpomlr.n< enniiie. a new 40-ton tug which
POH i righl made, was
The Governmenl of Trinidad lynfh**d r.*^'<,".',.*,,..bv,_.
"
Gondoliers daimed that waves i (tegelman,
raised by aWCM
will damage Ihi barbi
n
. limn the numbe. of atotoi boat I Mod with pu
. S3*KS SPuS-sffc.......:i
. tug built by this company
Guiana rice. The n made principally of local lu...
'"""- '.......:"" "'"'"- !,;;,Mhe ;^S serv^^X iX.?l,a,*,
. within tfio barlxnir. old bull"
found It*
new pro|M>sed
Iration, said Hon. A11>ort Go
. i of Labour.
U.P.
I
A in's
cho ..:
fiea*
^%
I0CWT
CLASS
Here rt toffe* with the inviting oromo, the
heavenly flavor that mo*ei every tip o
lotisfying eaperlence. w.th Choi* & Soriborn
you get oil the flavor your cup con hold.
Ask for Ooie & Sonborn today. \\

For swift tfallflu an.l I v iimiiiiniiili
suburban areas, this van hi
many types of mcr Juno. ^ery slid.ni! doors, and pro lu' lh''
driver. Loading '.pa..- : ,tian '50 cubic
feet! The low fuel conunij toa lad r.. .-:i.:iilc m-.:
cost* ensure really economical operation.
MORPJS-CQHMERClAi
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Di.tributor. Phone 4504
-* .rTHTXa 1 1 COiOCNC Al Sa.AH tQTtON M'JN COIOCNI i 1 ..'. Ml Of COtOCHt IMU' sunr i*u k coiocNC :
L
AIKIhSOHf ?l 010 BOhO STBitl. LOIDOX. IKUND
1
*
BROADER TRADE
..BETTER LIVING
S"Ke Hie war, lack of dollai. iA Ihe iteiling area hoi meonl mnny
rude re.hkltom and ihotlagei. And Ihe.e, in turn, have hod u
ieriou> effect on Bnloh Weil Indian trade ond so, on you.
Now there i> o change for Ihe belter I
Becuuie Conadu i purcho.ing an intreoiingly large omount of
R>iti,h goods ond servicet, it l| po.ublr, now, under the Bfilith
West Indie. Trade Liberaliiation Plan, to impori muny ilerm from
Canada which you haven't seen in quantity '01 many a lona day.
Pleu.unl new, for you . ond for utl
A return to more normal trade with Cunado .hould be a* natural
lo you ot breathing. Aller all, we are Iradilionul tuiii.ua neigh-
bour!. Conadiun Eavl Coud fi-.hmg craft were a fam.i.ur sight in
your porli nearly 700 yean ugo. fhey brought in dried fnh and
took out cargo*, of iuyor, moloives and rwm. And, at siller nal-ons
in the Britidi Common weo I lh. we have many mutual interests.
So, now lhal brooder trade for better living ii povuble again
- N Ihot, o. ol yore, you make Canada your lirjt vouice
of vwpply . your fn.t port of call.
B.W.I. Importers alense note
Undvi'heB.Wl.l'ctfobbarolizolionPlan.ConadianKjpplaen
wieh a h.ilo. of t-.p-v. to lh* Bni.th W*.l IndMt during
I94A 7 B, a product, for 50% or 33'/i% (dvponding on calvgcie.) of
. "nt. during me bone period mentioned
above. We nceeit, 'te'c'ote, thet you
lo) get in touch w.'ti yo.,. ettabiitned Canadian wppliers.
(b) get in touch *;rh tne Conod.on T-ade Coet-i-n aeMI
legwdHiu Hani available ond pouible twpphers.
i.

f -4#f; '--.
BOREIGN
Trade
Service


PACE mvR
IIAKHADOS ADVOCATK
TUESDAY, III.Y IT, 1W1
Barbados mtmi
rifclil *1 tb. Adrorm
.. i "l Jnmt !. MfliUafi
Tu.mIjv. JiiI> IT. IS.M
LAND USE
I '
lably, Mi F K Miller. Member for
Si O" e .* ' Government to pur-
pUnUtion <>f 700
teadg Bos funll
be atlmlttetl that then Is
"il ihc land and severe
land hunger in this island, to cut <>i
the largest productive plantations into un-
economic lots would do violence to the
econon land
The objed of keeping plantations up to
full produ'- rovide employi
pie; and rtio first essential to
mine whether the division ol this land
will j
and is in lull production and employ-
pi n quired to the
acreage.
iggest that the pro-
prietors oil Drax HjII plantation had not
. advantageously and
so to ild be> a
It hail been proved time and again and
F cornn thai
small holdings in sugar cane cultivation
never produce the quantity or the
qua! .d by
the larj;e holdings. And as fa
is concerned there are no really urge plan*
i;ie to those in Louisiana,
Cul i Puerto Rica
thousands.
If it is the intention of the address to
find land for peasants who now have none,
i be well advised to turn
where the land is not
being made full use of. There are in the
Le< >am parishes, sevetal plantaUons
which are not in full production and there
is also some land owned by the Qovtcn-
ment which is Lying fallow. There are
other lands, notably in St. Andrew. St
Joseph and in St. Lucy, which while not
.suitable for cane cultivation miht possibly
BUppOtl Othei crops, hut which are untul-
!.\. t(.xi ..t ihc pre* -i* time.
lion for taking away lands
iy because the) belong to absentee
proprietors cannot be supported on eco-
nomic grounds.
ems way
THE institution ot a one-way traffic
i i' .: Fhtstown will be followed
with i- ; I by ''< re*! is proposed that vehicles on leaving Road
View should turn ofl the main highway
and travel RounoMhe-Tbwn and into
refc Street or up Dial "Y." Station Hill.
To continue from R Viea to Heywood*a
must be by way of 'Round-the-Town' and
Church Street Thi re lim-
ited to Mondays and Saturdays during the
experimental stai:<
It is strange, however, that the High-
and Transport Authority and the
Police can find time to institute (raffle
illations In Spaightstown when there is
Cryil to be dour with
Ml the Wharf and in Broad
has tome for a portion
of the Wharl Road to be shut off from
through ti.uu. and the remainder made a
iv street.
; c KUitvJeV w cess to a/a
Tilted tqlhpec employed In st
or removing merchandise. In Barbados
can walk up to a warehouse where
cargoes are being stored and look on aim-
lessly, block traffic, or disturb tbe progress
of the work. There are occasions when
goods an- being loaded In lighten or stored
in warehouses when porters, clerks and
lightermen are compelled to pay attention
to the by rather than ex-
pediting the work. Despite this care a
. %\ om warehouse was seriously in-
jured recently when he had both N
of moli
' h W hari i "short
' hen Broad St is buay and thus add
that 1 i way.
ri the Police ana the
I men! will not forget thai
..i wn i
'ions.
Ours1 ."..tin iIm SI < III I i.ib '>!-*. mil in liiil* Ili< furls
oft' mIi.sI me* ill i. rni uti.l*
WHITE HAUL
I >lltl(l I I A...
'I have i. ti..v, ., |hr Arl In hr
ii<.-a tn slave HIT Uul srrall>
in a i" lull' pa bib m
F( >R Kuodncss' sake do not
print what I tolfl you about those
official*."
big building Arm .-. I |*jf|
'
OflaDd the Ministry of many
Works, and remember, the project
So the Whitehall Umbrella
shields It* ownand the word
SECRET tinri- Itself th<- Ruardlan
teney, not of s*.
'i
Lly backed clamji on ihr
rasts,
last Friday*! explosion at Uic

i
nan won UUed, ended
as It beganin i
Cover-Up
wiiAi then thai the
the hill
facts of the it Haiti
lilt i" Suppk
.. ..in .".iy trotted

sort are not pub-
lished beeauM
ften I'w i
it. ater in
4 liH|ssiaii I'iiii'lia'i*
loervislon
tu colli




POCKET CARTOON
hy OVHI-RI i \\i win;
1 7!r .
,iW 1 f
BL JSk '
111 1 tkfi
g I \ ft
JB < 1 I'-"'
aaH+^iL t\
a : L. \
"i-| 1
- Hut iin |

i
" i .' { i [0 0'
1 tiqhl 1
litil ,
vent publi
iniK of thP inquiry report niter
pnulno "its have
been "blue-pencil led" out ot .t '
There is: Tha Ions-established
availability ,,t ,,. Onictal Secret! '
Act to bo used u u cover-up {><
the shocklns blunder* which such aovernmenl
looiniies .sometMne.t reveal.
SI 1 \S1 ':
itcblni ;i
And if then
conceal, u i surety unfair to
i-\ pi^1 one jo ..-il !
which proves it.
i can support 'hi charge ot
wrong use of tlie Official Secrets
They knew that lha i
no blunder to [\*'"! :
Ian sara ihay watched ihrouch
a Indowi
Fety (hambl r
Tha fuaJ did x(.iode with
An with com on which i ha' i that 1
sje wllneee Inrbnnetkn. aral ot tha watchlni man and
seriously Injured
vhlch ware not pub
f> CANE 1: WOt
emptying atlcki ol cordite out ot /
rockets in a sniull room at jim ol
ordnance tactory The cordite somehow caught fin', holduuj lha ..iniuured glass had
In a few second.1 the bu nd In the
a roaring lurnacs eoneret* that the i
i li .in out i'ii tragic
if Uka p dl ! UK Inq ilrj .. nseqw i
iniii llii- aeoldent had been pub-
. sjroai breach "i tiie safls- Si. They're Safe
iuattong. would have bei
My purpose in making theea
The werkeia thould i
Lite tn an unoctupn d PeflOSt must hv btoioilil
building eollei tad to account lor i
trayful. But because ot (aultj In .- Oov u

. i .
li meetUte dl
U
i if it .nHned Itself
But li vsul.lv
I oflltiaU in more
hi G

I :,.'
Who urged me-
i Id the fad




!
fend 0
nhieid fi i Whitehall
bungle the hi

Ec* instance
.

...
lirms can afford to endanger l
l i this huge source ol
r tuuj for tbC
must kaa
in favour with i
raw matai
i onceni ii
mi the (JO
Reprisals Peal
,
I
'. ill
conai '|",'l l"'-' "i" "
crtUetgrn >( aha iiies or
of Oovarnmant

Proof? The thief of Ma alr-
.
I ... .
writing abo 'nt blun-
der, **becau i
", | hoidei '
Mlnisti
I i
i Up DOl
only by Mm* ocDci rcapdoalble
but by the flrms* workini for

Kv ii whin firm- mlTcr Injury
i I >. h blunders
ii..-. take palni.....\> the faetri
' H>] t> *
so the Whitehall
u
! j
tin of ft
L.E S.
No Nkrumah
In Russia
LONDON. 4th July, 1951
THE Britain's colonies
and thi> "colonial government" of Soviet
thai Minister of State
i Mr. John Du^dale). at a
idaje CoUsajo.
BROADWAY DiltSS SHOP
A SMALL SHIPMENT OF
AMERICAN DRESSES
BROAD STREET TEL. 3895
He li*i-fl likr a <'heyny li'rr.
"--.'al *!'
In an ae of so
il thrill
writer i
Hfa oaina ill ...........
rrorn u e
believable. Ho nut
pica in th< i
;
'hej in .
hi bum rich aatlab
fonpula of hii noveu thi ra wen
aboul SB varied onlj In
i
markabl]
in j hai '
myatarj and Hidden death. Choj -
nay's whl
. i .. .
Slim Caltai Uo
iahl and out-
[drank tin- bi
or the in.,.;. Market c. uld i>'i
gainst them
I!* 'IiIi.mi Miiilni.tn
t*he ii..rit .

ii. .
> Kplolted thai
Judged i i
person in every
>.i ludlng
under 14 and
bough) .i i.....h
. .M be
claim that one
M in tha BrH I
children

: i |
Mr Sold in Millions
:
i man who res ed that to a i Iti
a book was one thing. t.> sail it.
inotht i
Hers waj no ifanpla, trnstlc
soul, self conadoui an.t
ibout tin "..

i i tn pnbllah
statements i<> accountanU li
i rova ini lak Rtagtc <>' hla
: ," | rod that In
rear ha sold i.isn.ooo
copies ot his looks and In ;m-
i : : .m>.ono His :
no fewi lhan B.000,000 i
i real Hr iiroimiih never
.,i it.
A luxurl ii Bat In
I WITH A FOfiMULA
ntmCkmmm
shirts, an elegant
,. i
wan tha outward symbols of his
popularity Ha liked t Identify
id lha physical proWess
Ha was proud >*f hii ibtutj il
lltSU. lie '.red tn snuike 7n
nd rlalmed he
could drink .is much whisky ;is
;iiiii> feat.
Born in London
Pol born In Lon-
don in 18
tion. devoifi chiefly to borthand
and book-keapli
: rather
. .
b) the 19U-IH

i.ir commJ i
he thought soldiering was bis re;d
lii*. h;iiiii Miis
NEV

i linn when be
wounded on thi kwri
Hia ii 'ii yean
. i
at artists.
in i!'-'i be e in to take hlm-

k. authori-
[Ol |
niiigiiiincs.
In i93fi. whan be was 40. his first

i icier was
.in Am.i i. i and its dia-
' d much to
.,i
stardom, then i mi n H
wood films. All
With ;tn
II was not
untn i94!< tfa il visited lha
United States with 'lis A
born wife.
T.i Books \ Year
dictate iii^
I nf aboul
3.000 words daj ai d b>
I
i
In produce books that WOTS *-
-
tent. But it wai oovlously just
what his public a
Althou i
bun i" h writers as

Stevenson, Chej m
ibout what the* though)
of him. One of his pet bates was
.ii ) review containing ti' words
i .
Now that that line b
, slsiplsai
nger vrith-
oul s new Pel
i.i while .. glsh hours.
WORLD COPYRIOHT
RKS1 I -
L.K.M.
Britain, ha said, had lx*n visited recently
ty Uka IruutT of Govenunaot business in the
(iold CitastMr. Nkrumah. Anyone whu
doubted whether Africans could assume posi-
: ponslbUity must have had then
minds eat I hen they met him. There
any raoa "who can
' out ol prison lo assume the
nment without gboerbuj g tract
>f bltU g whu imprisoned
then."
:,t all tins was from Colonial
K'nent in Soviet RtlsaUL "Imagine the
nation there would be," Mr. Dugdalc
.(.-I. "ii an Armenian, imprisonetl lor
Viet activities, were released and
made Chairman of the Council of Ministers
of Armenia.
heard ol Tuikmenistan or Azer-
t to decide what sort
of education their children should have, ur
txation they should pay and what
:v with their revenue ? Anyone
olony who asked for those rights
ri thrift Yet In the Gold Coast
the} already have them and in Nigeria they
. ill."
The sred that .* peaceful revo-
lution was taking place unlay In British
Colonial \
"In whatever direction you look", he said.
"Africans are finding a change in their whole
: Die. Many are moving to the towns
and starting work for I he tirst time in their
lives In the new tgotoriea. In the countryside
they are being taught to use new methods of
cultivation and to take care of the land. New
Constitutions ore being granted to enable the
African people to have a greater say in their
affaire,
"All this presents g great opportunity both
to Africa and lo Britain. Together we can1
so develop these great countries that the1
ird of lift' of their people can be raised!
beyond all expectations. At the same time I
WO ourselves can gal more and more of those
nals that are vital lo our very exist-
ence and gat them. too. without using
"Take cotton for instance. Nigerian cotton
fields arc expanding. She can supply us with
an increasing amount of the cotton we have
to import to-day from America. With our
help she will be able to do better still.
"There is nu need to remind anyone of the
groat contribution that Northern Rhodesia
is making to the Empire's topper supply. It
will be greater still when transport and other
shortages are overcome. And the list does
not end there. Sisal and tin, diamonds and
Maim-oii. coi old all come out of
in Colonial Africa. Most are coming out
In increasing quantities as we develop the
countries where they are found.
There is. too, a chance of finding many
more minerals though British Colonial
Africa does not seem likely to be one'of the
' mineral producers of the world. The
C.D.C., for example, is now prospecting for
coal in Southern Tanganyika, although the
present indicated are small com-
i with those at Wankie in Southern
Rhodesia or Wit bank in the Union. But I
need not emphasise to you what effect it
would have in But and Central Africa if coal
were found in sufficient quantities.
"This great economic advance can only
take place if there is political advance at
the same timeso that the Africans feel that
developmentg are not being carried out by
Q over their headg but that they are
taking part in them themselves. The" past
ivi- years have indeed seen great political
developments in Colonial Africa."
I ;i\i!"Aifl TlWn llr VaiiiftsWcl
rd H........11 mUsss*
.i. *.i -1 i- Usterses ot mm
he ever mmrd up Jiain.
; .ople have good reasons
ppear. Fred-
vrealUu

the afternoon of
i .. million
. n happily
i nftjt cofn-



nod Walton
close hy
Club In
k Pattern
h he rc-
a suite at the Savoy Plasa. His
life had Followed H"
pattern 'or he was a
poor boy who had madi
lay he vanished he had
lureated with his firm's le^nl
rdo New York 1
Club. Afterwards the two "'
and the
the firm's
An he got out ho - i
L say to Uu
(,i, north i And
n the end ot U<
I the Mid
I.I.

eat

epttaL
Th.' .V
I
I
l.ouse in litngwood, Kev
mice and asked lor food.
Nu Ransom
The F.it.i. to-* an interest
because mej thought he might
have been kidnapped, but no one
demanded a ransom.
the a ildei Mieccles was
inat Lloj spirited
' iv l*y thi N.i. I! v \
to have sow BiUcr s secret pro-
..iverlnn aviation petrol
waste and it was sug-
had bean taken
n ike ih* system
At .dl .
Ml W I'
I
rk hotel In 145.
;
nt. In tl
\t 19- .

. SUCOOSS,
i lord v..is one. Bo na
much about hi
ir they bed they might have
found ; doe.
i who (ii thing ol
Lloyd's chauffeur in '
Mr. W. B Watts. Tbi '
had long tnlk-
i him once
sraa taaen to America
hern England - '
btgan to work it the n >f nine.
At t4. he told i


got married
working
n ioo to
set up hou pent H all



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Whal happened to Frederick B.
I between those two mar-
iv .limbing catch up
i tl dm" tlr did he try to get
U> fe
li. WS .. skk man when he
sd, His doctor had told
him to go c.irefully. Did lie sud-
ssk on that taxi ride
North on Broadway" end de-
I former
rnd more carefree life-* AUM lea
b*3 It would be
to vanbj
nt in the story? In HM8 fifty
the office
''

and sali
I

his office. And tl
been Frederick
il Lloyd?
I..r S.
They Sold
Too Much
In 1689
"MIEISK w.i .,
when It wg
srejght
in Britain
offence t<
Tfae records of Kingston-on-
rhames, open to Um public from
25, show that a number
ITS prosecuted in
ififla for using v
tio heavy.
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II 1 BDAY, JVI.V 17. INI
n\Rii.\nos \n\or\Ti
PACE FIVE
Baby Murder Case Opens
1 en W ltlieSSCS Flying Fish Season Ends.
Give Evidence PrtfuMng starts
Those Cars
Something
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\ on Breathless
By BASIL CARDEW



TEH proMcutton wltnan nee at the C
Grand Semkx In the cue ui which 85-yeer-old
Kuby La\ lag "I Richmond Gap is charged with Ihe murrit'r
of her daughter's female child.
The case is yoinfi on before His Honour Sir Allan Colly-
l; W. W, Rmmi Solicit i General, i proMcuttng for
.. and Layr* I t by Mr. K MgJoni
Shorthand
Results Bad
neece ouiihuii mo case n Ih." |
jrv bf was look oul tin- etti
IK utd thai the baby was t him The pil
ler, irv ph. y i i'S
Kini: had gOM SO III
When (ho ch'ld was born. Kuby
L
side of King's, dime over
bom.
Kvit. I
"th..t the ChUd was born
lui-m. BhOTtU aftei the birth, the Jg H""> ".adeaa
prosecution is alleging. Rubj
MANY or the shorthan
the last |JJ

It. Rock.
i j Mi .i
k, 'I' a Orahara and f,
Stuai



i
1 llllHl Hill
U ,Xf.
ceptlonalb goo I
I
va thrown P-C jut Ford) an bi
her daughter's new born baby into the wooden closet. Euk*1
u pit on June II TOd came lb
. i.-nee. i
Mi. Heece outlined the case to lie lowered her ml
.....- ---
tax*
ICabel I liter, dry pit
the child
'
Kelhc, apOUl tW,
Of lh child. He took -

I. i;.i,. o the H
.':' About a
i statement to h;
prosecution is alleging. Kub> *"<* ><<
.eiing what had h.-pnencd. oac*ner.
took the living child and tnn Arrested
fmm the I
and had had
She then removed all tracat of child about two ret |
the birti. asked Mabel what had happened
In the cage then was no ex- to the child she had lately had
pressed malice, but It would
shown that malice was implied. doing what had been done.
Medical Evidence on I>i
Dr. G. Stoker, the ttrst witness CatO at the Hospital." he said, I
called, said that on June 15. he aaW Ruby Layne again. I talked
attended a child in the maternity '"'r about the child and she told"
ward of the General Hoslptal. The ine who thron I
child was about three days old ">dd In the pit. At that time 1 qw
and there was brukM on one w not suspect bar and even aftei E
knee. Il died of pnaunionla : "" a1 I did not be!i.
tor about 48 hpr 1 'nought she was trying
hours. ''"'' oaufhter and t<>k no fe
"A child thrown Into ., pit as .'ct.on.
soon as it was born." he said In An*T '',r post mortaw
t... n*. . Ii> **
It w.. ,
bruise sine K \.. tve '
pit. lie be- To M said that sil
THE HOUSEWIFE, who tor the pest
ecn planning lish courses with flj
albacoie. Hngflth and even sli.tik wtl
upon breaming and pottlstung.
orU)


July to
m then
shifting i' ii

ire ocuj coven I
ip to the end of J i
school uo .


' only a

. tn i<> be
..
Chubs
i ...

and the >..
grunts,

irbers.
i

SU '





isc thai d
tummy
II M-H
Clark.
A J...O-H I M>
i
I- P Nuiw.
1
.

m. san Histi Beaosl
C E (.ilKr-.
Van saas,
Mrm W i

I
Dmatrilni
israsai

Smith* rll>. h
i. Bg i .
SPEED
SB HI* M
lieveii it could bavo been n the station about
likely placed than tol 2.15 p.m., and the :
Di. A. S. Cat n he." about 5.10. In-
wltneas. He aald thai on Jun another |
he perforated post mortem and hlnuell were discussing the
examination on a female child. '
The body was fairly matured. Mabcl H*ync'
There were two small
N
: i lived
bruises on each knee more than i .
no evidence of any tuck of the -
skull but both lungs were con- >'*" '
lotted and conaoUdated with
piieunionia.
The heart and abdonn--
mal and lh
fractures to tne limbs.
riieumonia
"From my examination
consideration "i the circumstances
Of the case," he said. I
k
IT, She hi
30 about two
D HutH'il
' tEsaa
Uoum Tabor g l i
awn
m i Braui*
ELEMENTAKY
TYPEWE1TING
llss *t llilMI | I
I
Allr,,..
Di.
Crylssg ST
She then tave evidence 01 I
Lid was born, but how
did not know that g ohil
A
Her moth* i lad it
out In a 1 '
i I'd with an an ,
U r mother told her not to *"'
.* ...1 .1. ... i...mri ... .*

MOItIRN Ml. .1 I . .,
AtlhUf IDK J II ,1::, D N
man, a Night |Dh i. (i.xxlinU
li iD>;
Ml-- I IMUN
,. D .
wan*
MISN
"I I i IIMI
-I IONS I I
:- I
Mr b t Ml.i
I

IN' I
that is ., iiox with :
Ql j at the bot:
G.Wm i,|tei he h.is placed thl

I
Tne mod

'
'I.e. i all I

I

I'll.,- are r
1
bova thi a. 0
box will
pla k up the wh I i

I up with
' ;
| i .
iger eels,


Small Vartetj
...
pound bul
llshermc" i i all) ''''
'
1
.
N .1,-

rll
HwK -Ui.
IMi .i .
opinion that death was am i w,l(iid leturn. D*n,..
pneumonia." I
it tix;k it least i | '
child to have contracted '
inmna she he IXTI liMI UI \ I I
To Mr. laalona he aald th Bhe told K what ,:,'. ,!:,'.,: ,,
n child immediately after beiiis; had happ.. I Md II va ,. ,, K
born wtl I ro "-' la,t' to tell the POUOB.
iw would not have exped r,i Sma ,vas tn','Jast
it to be n hundred per cent, but w^u,cs?0 ^^^l
there would b. "",l "**'* Pf*"n "JJf
wrons with V Ktoffg hOttM on JuOO 15 V
taw Cpi. Bhopra rd B
i pit where shi

Today more evidence will b<
taker
, m in thetfpot
nraUiwaHti '
Da Ot ,
M'ah-uit i Mr
I
One would have expected
child Which had been thrown into
a Oil to have more brubMa, bul I
child itiuld .-' iiul a lot of buffct-
i Do*.
Ml" | IMON
\l:i IM.IHV MII.M M II.....
::
hr. i a HMim
N Uikr.1
llritmli

ill Tar,.i I i
ADVANCED
Niaa 'i now 111.
lie would have aa
after birth 48 hours alte
it had been there.
Dr. Header was the I [fa

He said that he atOM I
Lajna on June IB, BI
eertly Qwandolyn Uackett of tru
. Playing Fit-Id Gets
Sweet Linn? F5nw
Ml-.-. HIM IM I Kt -
Hatn. -D>. J

Very few people aro fortunate
.....'h to
ught In net the coast
a Uggei

.
di the i ii a few
eonchi are dived up al I
The lelni : dlaappeai
hui it used to
: ..
-
' P
III; C hulion bUl they (In not lo Inn I"
1
I.! | |
Howevi

there Is a

coast during the lob i
the I'
I i
Prlncea Alkc Plajlni T&H W _,__.
Maternity Home. ]i,,k Hall, " ;' '* POSED AS POLICEMAN
that on June |fl i remale chtl rtew of the playing
two to three d- old u I MFFORD
there by Cpl. Shepheru. Tne child Ume fence which
was sufferinc from shock. She d yesterday. Gills Road,
gave the child ad. The bartu along: the charged bof.
going by the doctor1 a"d *
ent it to the Genual II
Soniethint; In Pit
k sine Collymon i
aeneral Hi plti iid that on June
1
City SUe Set
Up For Sale

i Brldgei

15 she went to the Maternity Home
in an ambulance for the child. Sh.
took it to the H
Holder, i
the baby,
The |l

HUM .... n,; up buh and unw.nl-
that she saw l:
hourly intervals thro,;
night
Cpl. Shepherd of D
OITT1


re His W n
Eltthp
being Ranted o the h,nrnedUte g
inside of ii- barbed wire to the >'". on Jui) l. Th
It. Mr.1 v.
Al-iut six pe WOrll J!*'"';* ,!( nPP<''">'>8 on oehnlt I ,
. Bald Into shape
. A fow men an
i icii The
Old cricket pitch which Sir Alfred
ok the tirst knoek on hat
with. A worn.
't . Juk !3

n who
Black Bock
made report that dav He
panied him |0 Rlchnt
'Kink point.v|

he said. "Something
which ar
i
i.ose lying on the around
was throwing its spray on Ihe
an sheep
ralked up and dN am th>
ii rh-.i croppimr the gn
la. said tn.il e,i,_,.ii.._ ,_.t airU

The eh BtOWn I
' -...
I
Nicholson, a cashier of Ua
I
for the purpose of i-
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.: througli the
loner Of Police to t*

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. hke The.
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buay. faat
9 i most cars look
to N- mi
aerahlp i
imi Tin i i \
Brttlah cars. Not as see-
but for good hard work
T'lnieni.il Ii avail'
even cents i n
With a big
'
Police Isiuitl [tfove
Into St Ceeffia
' i'a rratks Tomorrov)
i hk police .....i win hi mov-
heti new bai
H
- di be named Si
aftei trie '
the bai
Club v.

th. Pa.id Cadets and U*
receiving the an-

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that al rti sing planted
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while, loo
...
il 11 in- countr

nt .. orninoda
band toi
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the back -r th,
has bee
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\ii. at ate
.i. ont quartan adll
Ui n-lleve Ihe
ti in the I' i
Fire At BeJDevIIle
aftei I i in
t it the hi
red repot i.......*
ant to II
ruj to find tiiat everything was
ontrol
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HI -DAY. JULY U. 1951
Hf^NRY
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BRIDAL SH
BY CARL ANDERSON
7
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY

COnCu;9 on > -;-- .-.-."- ..
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STAB V\-3N T-f^CANS SEE ~l- S J--ZE -
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
^f(
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
JACKSON. YOU OUTSMARTED VOUHSiir
BY TRYING TO SMASH THE POVrER
HE OON'T OUTSMART HIMSflP, '
SHERIFF HE WAS OUTSMARTED j
BY THE LONE RANGER' j
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
:
JOJ' to
r A
-:
> OfT TO
i _,. r-'~' i
l
- ...
JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBINS
vou APE CUlt tue man
AV VANT TO NOT TAKE THAT Y0UN5 l*PV |
N FlfTV-HAItt W*L* Ultf
ANKlt. AV'NtlCT NOU .
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
H5*3
-^--OCA 3.T' >
f-IBI -E GOBS
sEET--A_*'NG EO
SOME WORE *. _i_
^*V.


THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES

^
Til l-.l coral lima- Ml > i-u t'"-> 'io)u>t rig/il.
Yd kaoWi 1.....v.liru yuu look flt till- |>rin-
lag. t,"JI vuu ran'1 vX (mer va'ue- Hl*1r*tc*
it a Tan Plain-front Oxford. Ti.il to every
pair i. llie John 1 liile l.unr.i.if.- Miield Iho
riga vhi.-li means juH riphl '.' Look for il in
tcailiii" slorca in Barbados.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right J
NO CONSTIPATION
FOR 25 YEARS
"My hueband introduced m to
ALL BRAN ehortiy after we were
married I uae it m my cooking u
well M for break.
fast. The dmuIi.
we're regular a
clockwork1" Mn
AntorunA (raziano.
453 Gartwld A.
Jmty City, K.
i)a* if many unto-
hcitra 'etiers /n
Aix-bRAN i*iei_.
If .you suffer from constipation doe
to lack of dietary bulk, eat an
ounce (about j cup) of cnapy
KeUofg'a ALI.-HKAN daily, dnnk
plenty of water. If not satisfied
after 10 dAy5,myrn eaipty bo*
to Kellojf Co of G ii B-iUia, Ltd..
Mifttkeittr. EfieUsd.
(Jet DOUBLE T0U1 HOHEV BACKl
\'/rtV*w vvAvwwwyAt
s
CARROTS, (whole
HM and diredl
PEAS
MlXHi VM.rTABLI s
TOMATOES
TOMATO ram
CAMPBELL'S SOI'PS
< In.A.,, nM Hre.
rhlearn noodle, and
Beef
PINEAPPLE JI'ICE
PEARS
PEACHES
APRICOTS
a. Q. OATS. (large a,
mail)
CORNFLAKES
HAMS
(litest M Ih.
Complete your List
from These -
STUARl Si SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.
j ;I HradquarteM for Bet Rum.
II
SAVE .^ $ If
will. Am FERGCSOIV Wheel Traelor
WORLDS MOST COPIED 1RACT0R
ifeu!^i47tlj
With Um I :'>! a RgBlOT your
:. i.i oan <
pkmihail UKl U<>- unit is avaiUblt1
js iTWMparl V. Iiu-le.
I ..f this vnaatile TracU.r
ii one-third thai of a Truck Trac-
tor, and you will be an
it* performance.
Further infonr.mion on apphcu-
< Ol III I NY I.Alt VI.I ,ROBT. THOM. LTD.) Dial 4616 S EVCE & Co. Ltd. j
Gal These Tastv I
Delights
For Your
Enjoyment
-lb tin Daniah rlam.4
,. Swifts Luncheon Beef
,. Vienna Sausage
"Black Buck" Sauce
Tlns Lamb Tongues
,. Cocktail Biscuits
,. Salted Peanuts
.. Sliced Bacon
AND OUR POPULAR
Five Star Rom Ul Bot
MARK YOUR
BRITISH CARRIER
THI FASTEST SlUVICE TO
EUROPE
*** YOU JAVI MONfY TOO ON
IVIRY LRTTII. *,*-
-yzr-
SK BRITISH WIST INDIAN
AIRWAYS FOR AIRMAIL
STICKERS.
ALWAYS AIRMAIL "BRITISH CARRIER" FOR SPEED AND ECONOMT
BWIA
BilTISH WIST INDIAN AISWAYS
^THESE
^^ AUTO
ACCESSORIES
Ml !'.l Ii l: I rill K MATTING
TYRE l'RF.SSl*RE GAUGES
BATTERY HYDROMETER
MMOMZ WAX & CLEANER
CHAMOIS
On. Tlnn HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID
VALYE GRINDING COMPOUND
ELIXITE
GASKET CEMENT
BLACK TOP DRESSING
STEERING WHEEL COVERS
ELECTRICIAN VI nil- 4 SCREWDRIVERS
SPITFIRE LIGHTER FLUID
FRONT SPRINGS FOR FORD S H.P. 1* HP.
F'RONT SPRINGS FOR MORRIS H.P. & U H.P.
ENGINE VALVES FOR ALL MODELS ENGLISH CARS
DECARBONIZING GASKET SETS FOR ALL MAKES
ECKSTEIN Bros.
BAY STREET
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
. WABVEMURE
Isually Now
Pkgs. Colibre Toilet Paper 2 for 58 Tins Klim (5 lbs)
2 for 1
Pkgs. Quaker Oats
Tins Classic Cleanser
Tins Heinz Tomato Soup
Bottles Guava Jelly
Usually NOW
6.98 <>.00
54 IH
42 :
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street


II ESDAY, .11 IV II, i3i
ll\RBAIM)S IDVOCAM
CLASSIFIED ADS -***** ......_Things Happen Quickh
iwr.i
KEAL ESTATE
DIKD
I 1H1 at hn
p..bertt TtMnirv. St
KMM IRMrt .. ;!..
W**^H \l I

Hh pp
I
Bi'uMa cnn
..run ana veron nn*
| A Alma Mk.1411 end M.
I^T-m ,i,mw^,> Altai
-
liYXOI \ I.MI.M-*

IBOtUAN On JK l IBM .1 jiei
"' HUM* Utrwl- vri)l Hrr
funeral will la... |Im above mi-
*"" al 4 J> o'lixk inn afternoon
lor rU Mary Church Friend* i
"M t<- attend
Roe- Tiolm.;; FaSfMber*, Viol.
ma Vata t. n a nu n
.: .. .
Ro l\ MKMOKIAM
mill" tin
tam
mpm,
i ii')-
Kih 1*45
Done from ui but ieavl
Death can never lakr
>I'"o"h thai will aloa
MR upon Ihe earth .
' lli.ilhwaltr iwlffi
Eddi. .children, and BMOH>
linger
r ota>
win*. ,
HOLIDAY HXaORTSGreB.tB|*w o(
ftptcoo SANTA MAHIA-l.->
in cinxM Dun (nw r o
"AND HOTELta bon ml-
(liniial drftrwl uniri
' l i. I. > (n ..
<(_\smr INN--On Qra-Hl An* Rathfnj
be-eh Rate fiom M pri head per
. R**auirie* ... n M ffttn niiiipja

Ml Mil .;
HUP
fipm ItovvrU'y liuxivr

riftb
"I li i:\rrison
:i\\ ^
HmbI .... .
>( ripn.a
n. UITTENS.
sat
' '_: IMi
I
Thu^d.,
I' I > V-INid :-. I in
A vlcii. ,,i,' ral a RelUf W..
... .:. PYetMlM (MIIIIKI ,
I
aeanfap .
recent pa-*i>rl |
held be .dOi..-| io Mtun pa Coal*
a, Co lid I'O Box l"J. Dnun"-
THINCiS happen
hear days thai great
i ished In U
romcnibfml untd |
-iue "f the
-ireet.




rea lust outi
CM \!-M .i | Hi m .,i( || 1 i
OF BARBADOS

1 LA! j .. | Ian apvi

I i.l. HI IH1SI Ml i ,,| ,i
moot
a hi-sipf-nt matron .hit*.
.


1
MISCELLANEOUS
niiM.wi
undersigned will
-i mrlr OflU. \
CSAWrORS 1 i|

ami .vi, jui> hh 1M0
Mr.-,, pa -t t.,kr MU
* llllam. Charle* Met.. lU B A
C*nr*wr ichlM IT 7 SI In
:. aaaal
debt
rat] i-,i .
Mast"
AXTT.lt TO III V
Ol n stWlNO MACHINE n.it of uaa
food prlrr. paid. Ai ,
t..ncr of ralrrhild I
10 T 11 -3M
""if .*


.1 i ,
!'...- I
I In Florida
MhM

Thr imr * lot ed wm calird *>
Tim* takri nraj in. .,!*, ol gntf.
Rut maaiorm luin b^rk r.erv |. ~
' laoaa who I.Mt I
Th i-pan of pi.rtli.|| without
> tamil
7 SIli
H..... I,
D Phillip
13
-I.
band and lathe

' -
Atlrrv In God i>r.i.i!fil vard-Fn
Awav Irom all lorrnw and pain
Snmr day v hen iifr> loumvv U
p pas
Wr .(.,11 .,; mr,l ... fMaaTI -|>ln
rar \- D<- rri-rmbrir-l I.
Mt Annip L, .'hilliiM. I Will
'I' S A l> i..i. LftMtart
. ..!,,
HM
. T L.
I "li I l-.vlnc mrmnr* or our brloVMl
ilai1(lii Ihph,lt. Chrlatlnn Price
dird on ITIh Jul> IMS
Ttrcr yran have pakkfd imrr
mmht a i-oi .mi
LOST
HKE TICKET Berir
Flndrr W"" n-tiini aarrw i
Cram tlapaam Chrirt Chutrh
Jvocalo Artvt Drm
GOVERNMENT NOTKE.
POST i.i ASSISTANT ENOINRCR
and CLHTRIt'AL INSPrt'TOR.
Klrrtrlrltv St Trlephone In p.rl
mcnl, firrnads.
Appllcatioiui are invited for Ihi
po of Assistant Engineer and
Elertncal Inspector, Ek-ctricity ti
Telephone Dr-partrnpnl, Grenada
The conditions of ppOtatOMOl
ii. .i follows:
I Salnry in Ihe grade of
$2,160 x US $2,640 p.i
2. Temporary cost of uvLng
bonm qi the i .Mr of in-;
salary up to $2,400 and
8 I'ST- on salary over
$2,400.
.1. Travelline. allowance not
-v-xc**ditiK $50 p.a.
4. The post is pensionable,
ft. Probationi.ry pTiod of o
year in the llr.it instance.
The iipplie.int should h;ve good
technical knowledge of Electricity
and Will be required to perform
any duties m connection with the
rid maintenance of the
Electricity am- Te' 'phone Depart-
ment which the Engineer-in-
C'h;irge. to whom he will be
directly responsible, may require.
It will also be his duty lo assist
the Engineer-in-Charge In the
work of supervision of the plant
ill the Pow-r Station (including
the Refrigeration Plant).
The initial salary may be at a
figure above the .minimum in the
car? of an exceptionally qualified
person.
Candidates should apply in
writing to th" Administrator. Gov-
ernment Office. Grenada.
Government Office.
Ground.!.
28th June. 1951.
137.514n.
c-
To-day's G. A. Song
T
EA foi
WO
'Can't you see how-
happy we would be
With GAS Installed
rO-DAVS NEWS FlASn
HEAVY
I'l. \STir SHtFTTNG
in tliil.....nl Shade-; Miitahli-
li i I ui r* .!,. ||, and
Table Covrrlni*.
JOHNSONS STATIONERY
JAXO FRFNf'li POLISH
at
N80IT8 HARDWARE
f "-'.',','."'.'.",',' '.'.',','.',',',',',',', W?K'
\
{SELLING?
WE ARE BUYERS
We buy anything connected
with STAMPS SheeV- Sin-
gle Stamps. Collections. Ac-
cumulations and Covers,
Good prices Paid tl the
(arlbbeaa Stamp Society
3rd Floor, No. 10, Swan St
____ I
FOR S\I I
lurlhrr par)
>. applv lo
CiiTT! I. CATPORD
to Mlaa
uord on SirnddV*.
AUTOMOTIVE
AOCTWW
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
M>R aUMT
Ki-ii-ih-i eftavpl kMaR Tj r--. aM
M c*nu .*i"Ji,i M nunti o*,r i*
i-o-dj j cMtt a uoij iMa* ,, a
fw oa Saadopa
HOUSES

lAK-OU M

in ituvd ordrr. food
it Mnifc. I
in ui

R 1M1 Dodar Snlan fluid Drtrt
I i mi
la.1* *i
VAN A 1
Van hi ili.
>ffll Appl-
LIQUOR UCBNSI NOTICE
------- .,., r
*. ai a wall Z I
Dial ll...
; li

.ucnuciu.

IMI
Plinx-o KE*'hk;i-.K.\r Full oidtli IroMing chamber FlranJ
rw unit. Hccondl Honed Ihiongi.i>iit.
may b* Inapectad al Lo Yard. Chaap-
iide Apply II. L Hrnlt'.
si Philip. ; -. :.i i i n
n TAtMA. Eaq
Poller *!..
v iinATMWArn:.

Opurl It- br hrln
JjIv ISSl at II .

inababa (or October
^.i Dr*eiiil--t n.ji 4IT1
triM a .
ID irii> Hi-.i Road Hat
1
rt .,m.

-I..1 or un-
^
I
at iniri-
im;M laai Monidaj whe
was ral-e > widow

i the [.rrf(,rm;w ff,
,fi Bevan described it
I
I
i.l In (ii-
Uttle more m
- PRlffaff; or. .t hi
might try Ingi
....,
i arc witMD hU reacn
S|M.I that b not 'l.on.l.mis,-,!
1 LORD BOYD ORH, who m given
.
"*\ L'1' -iv thin Gr-at .
am oftr.
According lo Ma lordflhlp, this j
llM le resisted and Brl*
tain shoul i i --.:t. ii.
nrwtj
I can tell him one spot that .
L.ist wrek-end I
!..:.'! PttO
Dundod in both .
in- world wars, and new repr
N ii.
THE HOME ol the potoa wa
. iiiU\ but nppt.i
tntly the Dan'** RRV*
in Ihe
.i> far
BfRP the 111
]* WM i!
furni.
There N -
. ..
p.n \. UK
4dm.
datnfulb

the four-legged S|
lliflirnll to convince them
. .. ..
staved with
i .
beaut) and
. M-aonv.- ills,
U was dlfhcull
tli.il I nctu II
rtp#ointmen( ii
AmiM I not pre Mi \ or Mr. /
>r Mr A" No, I would not.
p) parmar) bravi

lioni munnured
something to him "You an i" ^ti
light in.
mn down
IN a i. hir ...
i : '
'
St attebati,

.ii thia i


! as a
i
I BELONG TO NO PARTY
CECIL HENDERSON CLARKE
Barrister-at-Law
bohtnd prMch Rlool from li .ill. and dogs that1
til the great man. We gboi rthmg, evtn Um
hands ami he bacROntd rae From London.

Thca f<.. M tti.nui. Icn iin> diitk.ii.us
i .... vn m- faith in
Ltvbopi Ifaa Iboatn n ol nafura racahrad
SHIPPING NOTICES
polltlci ind Ihni
ITT SI
I'r..wl 3 Bnliuonii
Pully fu
Telephone
tram 1*1 Strptrrnhrr
Hh
. R(H
:h running water
nlh*d ., l Ind ii.
et, Avail.bl-
Phin' m*
:<:m i.
thock on Sunday morning when
. round thai during the nigh*
tan tiny ducklings han been horn
i ll
a ol in* o>"ii (brtttiw
Now. whnt did the nntlitt di
do?
i
. ph* -.. R.
I I th> old
r leaving Mlana
i MM .. Hfl
II I .

ROSE-MONT HOUSE. Nr.i.
; m J.... Pgpniiiun on Au...i i*t
I lM tnapettlon .
Vl>pl t'i H I Harrow n
''""" II T-
Dm
KtLVlNATOR MFIIIOEHAI nit | ,
I Dial H-m.
14 T 51 I ( n
REFB1GERATOR- Kcro oil paraW ,".,,"'
Electrolux 3 c It App* S O WAHn
Rim SI Philip. 14.7 II
UQUOB LICENSE NOTICE
The appllration ..' v...i- 11...1- w_u_.
' 10 har 1
ll\KR1
mis rt m
lo* pRJTI
!*-...... gPM
' if-'i aranud 1
LIVKSTOt n
young Cow Imh in milk.
Apply Rrawrii pi
IS 7 SI~Bn
r lor Rldin*. Ilnvmi
. River. 81 Philip
i'l "i-iis

.....I Laqiioi
Horn
v
.1*1
m a r.Ai.Mv q
\
. .
ppHratlon *vlll be eon
1 .. ... I*. WUl
IM at 11
R A 1 Alii A.
Ir I SI In
t mi.
*rnait
N n ti. .
IM 11H MIIIIIS
Ta crara par opaia tlm
sad II cent, per ano'e In
fxinlnum ctmrpr Sir*
nad IISO oa ShOd.ib*
MISCELLANEOUS
LIQUOR
><: 1 1 TOOTNr*n.
Blnrt aaving vour A mm -i
Within
,..y be Ihe winner i.l
kf; lit Prtae SMM. and fri
lid Pi'io $i 00. I "SI Jiji
LICENSI NOTICI





CellUK I')time, in <"nppT C'hromni".
ind Chromium Plalod. WAIJ. BRACK
TS Tpbw l-m| n. l Flttinga PIa.ll.
Ilhade*. Adjustable Work Ret
lied l...n.|> Rh >il... p 1
tma. Km.. md CoRM
-iolaU.r.
nu KMTAtii 1 1 hfl n; vi 1
! I
N II II .

i 1 ... Wednet-

I 1

POWDERED ri'LI.
lo-daT rrom
gpH
and try the
tl. -,..- r
blr The S-Tb family
imical ln>ii| on TarnT' lor
your health and your pocket,
rr cannot aupplv phone EUt :
J7 ii
MARTSTwo 30(1 ai
I heavy gauge coup*
1 A. Lynch. MKitrgo
11.1 bbbHi -
mn ah q
Slieet
14.7 51-3n
NOX ACORN "Never negir. I
a callou* Remote it Immediately
Kith Ihe aid ol "Nokacom" Antuepltc
Com Remover Price * hot Knlgbt"
IT 7 31-In
NpHVDOMI WaTrt w". have la
. 1 rlchea Ihe blood and build*
new jeeirvi> > mn gin
Knigtii'. IJd it 7 :! :
fatty l->i*-Kk-rliii
....
ch per-
I 00 1

I Fktcl t.i
Vettryrnen lor the pariah i.t
in ti,- pawn ^: s Roblnaofi
and C > 11 ran
K MASON.
Parochial Trraiurer.
14 7 31 -On
RECORDS: Charlie Kun*. Bing. Swing
and we will order lor yon II we
haven't got N in aleak. A- Rarne. a Co .
' Tl -.1 I f ..
ISAU. ASTHMA POWORX" la
nmended - a aale relief rot A'i 1
Knlghl U!
-
NOTICE
AKNI1 I I LPMORE.
are SAVi.HV d
1 Ml all per
ing the e*lale ..f Ai
aUu known . Ai


tlie ihtn day of Ji

1
HECOND HAND PErRKirrHAT'.lr-;
Imoal new Krlgldalrf j
I ... P| i' 1 Abo aoeiie new
rristrtairo" T.fn*, 1
it o.ir new Showroom. !_<>wri Hi. ad
..,
I t.i

'
< paiun of
:
duary lUl mteitate.


.1 liiiirhinaon A

wri.niNi; materials i:i. irie.
n atSea O* 8 and ' BaSS
teel and flui lor Acetylene welding
Enquire AiHo Tyre Comp
and Spry Street) Phone -HeS
Wallaba Po*ta A:i PBaM I
Good value A[-pl> ti MAYIIEW
14 7 ll-Si
i.artlet entitled tl..
Iw mm am on
Which I (hen hall have had '
1 nol be liable lor

1.. 1 pm bava bad
lh- tlrue ..I
And all pet-^.r. mdebt'd lo the aaid
itale are

mi.,
.. 1
NNIE ERNESTA PAHMOBE.
s\ >.:.
I'd si ...
NOTICE
rra > m i goi 01 a
AftHIN l\1ln\
Collept Old Oli
j mm'u -i bi;a( 11 < nit
s......... 4I Mill IK.
...
NOTICE
IS Mil MU HIT ... lot. RlVga
I IMIIIII

I
*in ti 1..1.1 .1 the ortv
I .1 ihe Std

1
1
..1 J..!.
Ha moto umi grlu

1,

' iiiious men came 'rom here s ',1 .. brisk wlk
LOIIS B MAYER 1 no) \moi through UM i b) Hi-*
w-*tt born He came from N<*> win fane*. an open
Brunswick thai I .........uld UMd hei
11 11 rard
Like I lunk awqy.
. and then- wen Ueoat Tilt; PACI wai like thai
1 :hal when t* Ml |l Um Qold Cup
in Hollywood Itlll The dutkhngs wen- ti.uled off >t
di ill in junk. slnglr file I
Bui that would 1 iw without mad me even ,
tlal irutfa M ' M
adit
NEW UBUNSWIck
gave Mr M.lyii i,, HoUj
noun bed BOMI La* '
I>nwning- '
May I add Mn: New I
; Oalble f. 1 Lord Beat
rbrook, that statesman mu.
piopiietoi ol whom the
"'-aslonnlly amg
Mit'i- nas he bom po be
* BUT
1 i'111 mou
il.oti,,,, ml,, till' Nei.1.1 I
He never drnives himself
VA1 F'AFINFI.I.. ol lh Palla
I'lum. haa
mist of wort
II- 'k.d.le in.in. Who

Mth the 1
and nevei
rnomenl

S it.KT I tlRl
1
1 .1
-II 0 .x.-.ilMt
.1 ,,. .



1 1 I tl 1 -- MitH* a 1 .1 I
IHlMllMI
1 look.
I i.l idem was as
aond. But imag
me such a forced nmrch it the age
04 DM d.iy1
The defiant spirit still
IIAZI.ITT snid that ho regarded '
lha i unti
ui 1 n>i
I IM
AMWVEMri.SH
in tin*
IOHHMI.
Hi ... vAioiig. There is such
life on a farm as makes a Indon
Mm tba pppn of a ppTUd Milage.
t.i-ture of .Mi lnhii ir
III SAT .iiiong (hr oiaiinriii-
ed slrnfiK<>rs and llstei I
Peei Mi. n nod race *rai ii><
1 on. and 'us ball wai
...nkl.v

. 1 ....
lUte-ned i
i" ned to tun 1 1
"n * I Ion, K,r| sajBini ..( hu
......
AL
oa.
Stu.


tin
1 i si
NOTICE
">..... or sr PErra
lor one or more vacant
1 lilllona at Inr
school win ba 1.1'iviii b) lb) 1.
HgMd mi to July th IMI
" of Partth-
fillrned clnumitancet and
PHM be between the age* of 7 and II
1
.. Until crt,Irate. V
7 .
oBlee hour* an Examl
at the School on July 2IHh .| 10 a m
VeH
i3.7 ll-4n

l.i ugh tr
IMS IKIISONA!. tort
that of hi prnph
11 Inught. 1.
. gomRdJnn
like walel i
r of Pei
Hi 11 lada. is an
exact Klei i ReTtaln In
11 will 1
iigredg rrl
IT WAS h
to Loo.
loo and I ,
lha* he presented the greatest
:
the G
eta ferance ol tho n ibio
nd "ui what ih
Til .'I ' visdot


fiftaj whi

With that a)
1 lid 1
iroy the <


But it win not or bund ii
ii insard L.E.8.
CHARCOAI BOX IKONS DELUXE
####:'
11:\ m. 11. 1 t hum 11 if
Cornet .,( II.....rj
NOTK I.
- r*t

are Inv
Itaitlanl Nuiae al Si
' 40000 |.
tc and )
F.. it. I. .
andidale I
(.wer.l 1
The avwceaaf^l
KM* on the UOt Auni'
Application* will he racelved by me II
to Saturday 4th Al* II 1
OKWAUJ L IIEANE.
Clerk. Poor Law OMardian
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II BSDAY, .11 I S IT. IS1
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Centur) For Windward
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For BTC Race Meel -p-yekokgiea^
There bM Mi
ning lite use of starting block,
[Id-Summer race meet Their will tx- !!< NM to ill rsesi LA iwmpwo-
dunnglh. Thetiitnes
im room m pan*, Dash-
ing Prim i
Budget, \
drum Lu
Might, Aix.il.., April

Third Ka"
Bell cross Roads.
;(!. i *: 'A Ik
Fourth IUrr: Atorok II. Siainli-
Ounsite, I Fl.cuxce.
' 'rum.
Tilth Rarr: IiiIiimoii. Vis..
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Arunda, A1
OOODINO of Advocate, who Flieuxir. DoldrUlA, Lunways, Oat-
-corad KKi on Saturday in a B.C.L cakt, Tilx-ruin L*d
King them nxed tnough
|*rnl Secsad Rare: S..
pair Saiiv. HarrowM
lha srgusssants ..bout
uke setting bl-K.k> lo
nd the hitle
I-*.ni* Third Ki.'; Vanguard, ad'. I illy gain by then
;.der the
t oJ taking their
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R.ulm.nl t niiiirr .1 (ia.rison
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lam* against Rawer-, at Ruhmctd.
Another B.CL. -enti.ry was sccr-
* irday by O Kirton play
lug for St Barnabas VE giicll ,.t
Black Rock. Si. Barnabas cotUcUd
04 and Shell bate ic-t -> wu-kct*
for 27 run*.
The Money
Mlisl lie I'I HUH I
Slxlh R.cr; BunUM I
Ann. Fir*l Klight, Dulclbella
Vixen, f :.
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Srvrnlh Race: Sun Quern. Knl
Ml|h I..... LOW, Har-
Catsnle, Damure, Topsy.
M irk.
Eighth Kaec :
Pbdk, Hirii and Low, Harrow*
iraa, Nai,
...
Lima Mark, ami
NinUi Race : Vanguard, Hi l>.
Mil .i i. k
Blvar Mist, Walei Bell, Usher,

l-nih Rare I Th
Iwestti rosrth Rare: Cardinal,
Marah Winds. IHinqueni
A
Uight 1 .- II, and

Tv.ml> I ifih Rare: The Eagle.
But April riow-
i :
BOW Bells.
Twenty Bbrts Baas: Infusion,
! BoU

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Twr.n. rtwOl


iakl 10 have lad lO the conclu-
sion thai starting blinks are
Well, tn it
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Gombermere

I light, Apollo, /i
1 of out ibetla, Vixen I
Epicure.
Il.-vriiui n ... ; .
arch Winds, A^ronusk. i
1 and CsValler.
Twelfth Rare Sui. QuettO Red
would lik-' cheeks, D.ishmi: I'nnn-s. H.iu. -
':.. Blalnta, AbUtty,
Diamond Sculls and umi I ...nd Mark.
iarj rhlisuXh Sins i TJuiMuin, Mm
i lha Orand ch.it- Anna, Dulclbella, Collato i
1 isds, Cross Bow, Bow F*
R 1.1 craw. win., the wisp.
I |'. particular, <'*|'i Tourlemlh Rarr I .1 .
erica i......>l broad Is nwsl Gavotte, Miss lYIendabip, m..,
acted tot the -i ,nie. Blue Dtaiuond,
Olympic Oenw t< BMsmkl aej Betaai
(Klrriith Rare : h.lusion, Mi>-
srltri

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Twent) rUhUi Raer : I \ (her!.
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lo. A|.ul Plowerf. Dulclbella, Idea ol nsirif
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.. ore
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in Pink, Blue.
Beige.
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Green
$4.62 ea.
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Cariton IS5 PoUm In I
when the
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wickets declared
in then second Inning) v m p.c
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COMBEBMERR vs I MI'IRI
al CumberMirre

derful box offli
ompetitors
added In tl
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Ibtli Ree I Jewel, ' ivotte
Friendship M Tune, Blu.
the Diamond, Men
..Nd it. lean
Sr\entrrn|h Itace : Infusi' i.
Uw Panic, Dastung
i to set, High and Low,
Fuss Bint: Catania
At.ihly. AlHTfnn
Duldrum. Baal Wishes. Bow
Bells. I.unwnys. Topsy. and
Clchtrenlh Rsrr: Vtinttund. II.
L<. SopranOi Clementina, Rive
i i ind Vlee-
roy.
Ntnrternth Rai'i' I AtOmSfl 11
Nainte, Ounslia
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:ui Ladi I )nim.
1 umtielh Raee: Dunqutiqiic.
April Dieiim. UriRht Light. M>
i. ive ii and Ra ol ier B
Tu-enty-Hntt Rsee: Tl
First ri ApoUo, April *
Dul i lie, Vixen, Colletoi
Phara II, Betsarn and Epicure.
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In Pink, Blue, Green, Beige
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10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET

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of the
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own i" the quartar- v
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"BROKER'S "
w*a h rva lust received
Leather Hook Mark em
SUM'khnc Mi-mhne *-t-ts
l.jdlro Shopplne I'urws
Tobacco Pouches ate -i
Lidles rnmiiuils. A Olfarette <'asps
U ith
idini inn VIBWB *' BAJtBADOB
naae nnk> Idejl 1,111s . .
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imt the mans ;4
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he could not appear In public
unless he wore "university
costume**.
S he had t" iKirrov. KBi
reached to the knees.
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10 Minutes
TT IS OFTEN M.'RI'RIMNl'i
how quickly baJtach4> surf,
aching musclei or joints,
lumhii<', rheumatic paint and
common urinary trouble* due
to impurities in th; blood can
be cirficoma.
Strong, active kidneys safe-
guard yiHir hcilih by tntininj(
nnrajrUfes and bsrnuul wascei
o( llie
^ inadequate and
faiU to filler the hkx>d properly.
I>obji'* Bawlaclw Kid -i PtUl
bring happy relict by betoktj
to cleanse the kUrS
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You can icly upim this well
kaowil dhlKtlc and unnar>-
i .iui wornen have
lestined to tbc nood bculth
: by taking


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