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I'M.I I II.Ill i; tun inns \nvocm: THURSDAY. HIV 19. IU1 Walcott Wins Heavyweight Crown Knocks Out Charles In Seventh Hound nrrsBBRGH Juts n IERSEY JOE WALCOT1 Cincinnatli negro on his tact || al the count .if mnr whan he tumbled %  ataman %  %  %  BOUND 7 KOI NO I I %  M blocked %  %  I • %  misavd a %  %  • Iff ore ROUND I i in :md ring. C ght orner nut Joe li.-d him. Wnleott hit Charles % %  %  i %  d Starfish Heat Si a Vympha 2 —/ I'm through wiltli I hi llll>l^ Brigade BASH. CARDEW AT THE WHEEL %  been left Without a c;t i the most Import c* of the I HAV1 V %  faith in toe peep* KM M hat got v been patten % %  %  %  . i* • miaed l.o>ai urivcrs tie lavnltv of the Itrit.sii B PrM it Silv.-iv.m-. ,,. 1,-uared t. %  %  •* no news of who ,| nvr ,„,,, .., praise parnell. wti., that just won't talk about his dls%  vears lo build, appointments. Praise peter W.ilkc % %  who made .such a brave ithow wi'h I %  ta %  ,lrivi-. ,„,, r r ., Bnrrl ,| ono ,„„ October ,.-ha. only a few d> I.. md „,„, m f „ rlMWn by Ihnaell for Men •'•' „,l M. ,mwd f..r mailb .. ;t.'iO. But it .n>peard only i a static pie* 0 Since then—nothing We Faith Shattered the ISH won .* nan In their IIM ESTUZ Club i lemoon star%  goali lo Sen ii-i..ii.'. Wan m I. i.ircil OM Ogl ll Sun h and Bttta Williams player S, ....'. tlM I.I'Iin ihi hall s %  8M N.mnh. eot MM than ihc aacond hi %  .., mlnutei "Id Belli WlUlairo. ..... _i ii Sra iVuifiiihx Ann EiCKiHeii' • E I Tool %  ,,. s I i %  • vnv Pnl Mul IH H M W I dan-,l i. LIB Ban Not Certain Jf.RMY J(IF. U'ALCOIT i .... M > .*.„ nave access to the entry lain n*ti IT.' -.>.' I...." JJe „.„, „, ,,,.„ ,,„. ,,,, M h HAL OfTanlaan of the Grand h Mrttlad. New Cricket Series Open On Saturday A NEW SERIES >i cricket rixtureg opens on .Saturday with five panics in the Firsi XI I llvUon, four in the Intermediate and six in the Second. The end %  tht I n • I I %  %  %  .'".!. (in tu In lead Referee inn Hi I* Fogtw The team* were' s'nirMi Join. Oneal Dorotbi Cart I] ba UM third i tha Fini tnd Intermediate i> in na, and for the %  Teams, Ground n R Boiptre v M IT at Bank Hall i'ti i i. i < lordai i. s S[i> I los Carlton Polio Umplrei J, H, Walcott, c 01b ( ..llcgr at l^ D Trinuninfhain bi' <; n Man i . a ii MONDAY'S riXTI'RKS .i i> w i u I in <; Manning v Mis. .1 w j i) Trtnunlnjharn, .HI. lad ed again aiUi i %  | and i i %  with .i The raft k-ft and 11" lov, li'lt ( n k %  %  with a Wt and %  right ' ovn two hard rig Walcott anothai hard right to tha hand at tinball IIOI'M) I Flying Fih versus m will ba Majoi \ R I ij %  Pickwick (JmpircH: h Tiotlllilll. c; lll.i.: Siiimntrhuvcs nnis roiirnaiut'iil but wa are not told me not told anything; Th<-(• paopta who run tin. rapidly dlaalpotlBg th talth and loyaft) In tha car Now Silverstone in lei' time with the H.AC. who h.ive a c c a aa to the entry lists drive: have not been settled. .. Well, 1 can unde: "It to not yet eertain whether H( (oil f Ul| „ H (W( t(l( (>1 man %  * '"" ,.i .no,,,, radm In this country. to drive the it K M. an unprovad ,(,.,,.,„,,. ,„. wnrnad the Boum| car inn raw of thto caUbra, oi llAnn ; B BM.. ruble; No ahow wllldrlva tha Thlnwall Special, aa JJ S ilverstone. and you may 1 anattai tha pubUc*i Eanfa And tn-*. Bddad -Hot Ll it yet Mine I regret to say. has been j known wh:thei tha %  .' 1 c, t ^ So ..' *" th r, i^22 .urcaaaful roung BttrUngl ftSOU G fatherHe „ a Sheffield steel • the wheel of the BH M " 1 "^ peii. an Alfa that as long ago as last O. i Hoinco" witlidrew fi-oin tlie chairmanship and, with two other members [ Not vet certain nol known lesigned from the board ol . unplanned unprepared j; M. Ltd. nothing new in that. WHe says "Since then I hav? B 1 bad It Ivom the il it M .-signed from the trutt rommittec, cople avei since II *• %  first exand have not accepted a position .ireted to race lant summer. on a new advisory council set up Ixxik at it record, l>">k at what bi-annually t J, S. Hoarded Hall, J C Barkai 1 ".! (Jmplrea P *' Svelyn, J n IL ilnglei i%  %  : i'.t kv Ick 1 itlack Rock. c Bataon, it Clarke, Begimenl — Spartan at (Jari Charlei i ard h fi nUtlVC Held outs].: II ll %  WTIUami I.IK favouriU foi I —* %  %  "" %  %  %  '-'"''"'-''-v^tnHin'r'"'' f liR*.tlv rrom the ith Wei""' n *\ iron out; a vlcloui lefl h jaw. KOl'M) : peered left )ah if od av ay to the 1 lefts toCharli %  II the ci lh l ..,..: | • I Charb glancing right t" J" stifT left to lee lefl and % %  right lutymakei in a abort righl right in return, Wakoti I to tl" again. KOI NO *\ i %  -. %  bodj Thei %  caughl i to the i Chni! io iht' he "i I' e Chni'> 1URP.N FOR U.S.A. 1X>N1X)N. July 18. H.miiolphTuruin. World Iglddto weight champion sails for Ihc UnHad st.it. In the qprn M-r* on August iMh to defend hui UUe agalnal Bugar Ray Roblni ber ii' — t'.l' Arthur Peatl suys: PLOT WHITE'S ROUTE Umpires i„ . Reach, P Phillips Windward Wnnl< i Congo Ri Umplrei W H in woo Clarke SECOND DIVISION JULY 21. 28. v M P.C Lodge -. %  Umpires: C. Archei S H ire wood foundation — Wanden %  Umpires: J. Hindi, R Perl CeoUal Cartton al Vautluae. Umpires; H. Hinder. '1 Police F.tnpii Umpires: C Small I t( Oxle I Pickwick %  I Bt 8 Ollkee Combermere Leeward al Comber mere. Umplrei B. Col* V. Pan *l,ii|nniis* Promoted n the doublei lor Ihi \w Lima Trophy will take piece v between n W Wll nd J s ii Dear vs C R. ( .v .mi i and I. G Hub I VAu h Pro m iere *s TennU Results Yeslerday's Results i i: i 9 M Stoub s M.t .iskn n 2. ii ;t. ii :i N fbrmmondi and A : (. armlchael a Itiritinson i. ;:. h l) Thursday's Fixtures MEN'S BDfGlXg W Del i i i t Hay N Symmondi vi 8 Stoute T 1)11.KT SOAPS £147' an/ ENJOY. • They'll Do Ii Ev ery Time PORT-Or-SPAIN, Julj in I .ii.H the three .oil i j Pink Plower-Lu leTOWARDS BAULK mtake on ihe S maeung, has been promoted '""" I '"^.id rnV.v '' 2 lo A2 LP> n '"began tl %  i-u %  %  • %  •• i-.„.inrt i„ maiden but sho I be wa i sprinter of claae winning three and placing tec I onee In Allnw -!•;. i hm four BtarU. Othei whlCrl Will ] %  %  race In the top bracket an i %  I II-, nVe %  : %  Nan Tudor and Whlb I pal lioubla lank a "inner In BritUI "T' '"' Guiana, loee higher, coming rrom PI ti> Bl Ihe E. M i rron n i" K-. and Pa rrom d to Cl. Blue Btn Pootmarh ha' to AS. ..i^-. By Jiiiiin* ib. tlo I | WHAT'S ON TO-DAY Court nf Ota i id He-Moits a.BCoutt of Original Jttrlsdutloii in.oo a.m. Watei Polo at •' %  • A-iii.ti. (lull Haiii-on College vBarraciida-t and Bon Plying Plak LM H CIIWIIIM Heywoooa %  nan PaaWre, siPeter ~ ID |< in PauM Baiui B ep uutaas Bund Btaud 7 IT. p.m. Jal> isAl HUM Bl inmawtftii : %  HUItntHMtNTS u.S SALT^S^J^ 15 TDP LUN(3 ON -Wt QEr WE LL CARD — *(ARZ yOU /SKJNiS Of? TELLING?) Yesterday's Wealhcr Report From Codrn.rftu.. Ranifall M la Monthly Rainfall to date: l.l.H III.. lUgkaal Teniperatiire: H6.0 T Lowan Temperature: 15.0 T Wind Velouly B miles pet hour Barometer: IO a.m.) 20 990. i l> m i '.' % %  %  >:(.•. FOUR WINDS WILL RE-OPEN SATURDAY JULY 21ST POLITICAL MEETING ill he hi-l.l al Queen's Park T0-M0RR0W NIGHT At 8 o'clock nrt n( THOMAS W. Hull rnndidalr fur the Cily of llrideetnwn Speakers; MgsMlg I .aw rente Small Charles I. Irf'wis William Swire .Michael Adams Thomas \V. Miller • COME! YOC'LL IIKAK MATTERS OP VITAL IMPORTANT!.. L CRAWFORD'S CREAM CRACKERS CRISP & CREAMY I In-1) "itSimply Itflii tints Oblainablc in Cabinet tins and i lb Packets al all good Stores. ISA KM i CiRA WFORD'S CRKAM CRACKERS THESE AUTO ACCESSORIES Kllllll II III HUI 11 M '. I I INC tni PRF.SSI'RK GAt'GES BAtinil iivntlirl.rl Cool and Attractive Situation in well laid-out area. Water mains and electric mains have been installed and first class private roads completed Sites from 10.000 sq. ft. upwards For further information '|meM*43M Wilkinson & Haynes Co.. Ltd.



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TllU'.snVV. Jl'I.V \t. I51 IIVRBAIHiN uiVlHAn I'M.I IIIKH l.\ III SSI A SOW They Won't Let Dickons Lie Down h\ OOatDOH J iw.Rkit MemlM-i of the N|irul I III.. II ..I Student* .11. .'II. M I jUftt returned from Ihr u\hl I nluii. %  rdilnili in lau <>i M in, .(.-,!. 1 nlvrrtll) WITH nine other British sludents, I have just returned from ;i three Mk ute Soviet Union. warm welcome Eron and youth |m a] gulf betu Bntam in re common] ens was quoted In all i utborlty <>n tin comlition of housing b %  One odvenHn. twill election as typical of the .%  to IK(mi nli politics. It m useless U> mention th:'l Dickens died 80 years ago. Discussions arfth hment ways brought up ternation.il affairs. To them, never havin %  %  own. our view. W9ti incomprihciiMbli thai Impossible for u.s i across. Dinner Attack On one T—tfrTI WO all fell obligad to remain seated when a toat was proposed t( dinncv following ;i vlruU t Biitish and Ajnai ers." It m.i be t!i >i OUT ha know thnt wo coulo I i the am" i %  %  %  ly in Kiev .HI t other to* > i hit Got mans. In Jioti; inwe ,, rt .i Of OVCI.i I wooden shanty dwellings fosgnlnsj lha i' til." towni and mill areas we t even in the newt I J rse, one must look one's best w talking peace f" Ye* — we v rep' &*c "tnt t'vi (i ALA'S ^^w^ UP COLOURS l",-"l noT t f £•*,•*'' WIIKICW COLVHNs A Look At Britain PREMIERE TIME Vanished Red* IN BOLLYWOOD Rtfffle G-Meil All %  YWi N 'I Once a. %  NFW YORK. The .nleniationali>tn chllghta, i bOOBl lOr %  State IX-pai tmenl pUi Hi :t. HI And 'i OHM on ihe day sjntam of inters k ninht, MOW SI -i.-i a tad r.i indenendagainst Communatl i .. %  ,,, Britain. wlmh Ibo Atlantic Paei .;. onlj ln*l booster? The the first. i Cohen, and Mr. They believe that smaller bomb>'P ""\ lv K, n,, !" > , m Washington as one of the late sia would be u much : tin-trustdetorronl to UH i, v ... Illlant men who helped h.m The Isolationists back the „ I ' draft and pu*h through the whole cm.... ..,' if rm Deal to aM the sot agajnat "awta n ga ng aUianeae. Amona MM en have boon pounding _ J — — %  %  D Joaa fcround Una all their UM..7-X.V. V\ v artrteka But thi W OBEDIENTLY New York M f ... A|.,*.,nnK barora the Senate %  "•" stores, m the midst oi nin, WUIlam Haitian, Virginia tow • ., ,. known cominmce engaged on working ut r* lr "G 01 A '"' '"*"*•*• Mavo. Edward G. Robinson and —to And out which way thai want I %  the Art Inn Yt.t.H .' NKW VORK %  %  • %  .ii.i Uu I i also uUkafsj (jrool) about a laappearniK art which is all and Aineni.is i..n it eclipses i:.' Ppaai %  aisfe by I. Big, i rair < Asnajrlean CnniinumH Party, due to BO BO iftl i ih al UU ion dayi atd riving SebooTi Ns Chief W$M I iicrt>30 Years Vii< By Jamot Stuarl two famllie rooms i ilo. v thrat BMPberl Wire 4JI In %  i.iof i %  urroanoV %  each corner of the compound hid If] box. We ware told I % %  the buildings, v. itory from Mr. Bob Doajllab, former ajonnanl %  British Ally %  latlni boo) i king as a I %  %  StiCari i %  man iiugiish said the barbed win boxes denoted (oread ini>our. He saw regularly lorry loads ot men arriving to work ovary mornIn* Mimed won en ng; "Goods unm Office :lings." A little she.>p:hly. Uu tl 1'S par a oh gain counters, admits that the idling the official i ailing"! * \ww code of ethics for man in public lite. Cohan tells the Senators : the iim things to do l* to set up a sysU'm of permanent i oil Government denartmi od "as do our lintiXh friends" Thata non-poUtJ Inuiirn; opet .itioil." '' Conon, be raI'oppinL: In noi Lnfertet in preal %  KKSTITHAN* who U and remuneration t.. Cablne! ^fc Qounti have been f !" .. . tiw Tug River for years to buy ilia the Persians grab our wmsk lfl wct Wrft y oil the Amcr£uns would like m Now w ,^, VTr-inlai emulate our aCMat. ,h # Tug to buy BOd i I. 11 i. i ened flaj water i n !M.. COUnt] I A HEW UIIRD contrlbuti fcfj %  '">""'* kai ae i tor Rohan Tafl during %  n-nottie -..ft anna tta dabata on eeonomlc conHi* doasftHion of it — -UnneeesI The naxt night, there was more %  faakod I %  BgypUan . fm M.G M •t,with selling about 25 per cent, of p,i< '.'' ; 5**'' Kdl ^ ,ry -" Grayaon coatrollad drj ov. STT '" lhA nMnli.1 .sllla... foe B nil M a.M ible of talent t! lywood for the oi I I —U it ihM the tough G-man, becauM H %  %  i. BIOHSJ ho iliiK %  %  . Ma Sleep. Bill— Heavj liuiifo Lewen Supir Bxportfl Knler Nir Lauieuro rWO AOENTfl 01 Sir Laurence Olivier—Luvut Fiasn and CapU Tennant — -have finished measui ing Broadi measure. Now* they liuv* tlown back io London to tell him that il is all right to product hll Antony and Cleopatra." Shukcpeai and Cleopatra.'' Shaw styh", m N The chosen stage must have 401' turntable Tentative Broadway OBa fl l n sj Just before Christmas. Vitamins Conquer Petlagta WASHINGTON, DC. FOB i of SPAIN July Id ... i Out II : I ".iih.it <.,., UsBIni (i-m.-ti also sav III lucked up In bed on th^ mght of Friday, June t> The have bean flown iJ-in.'ii navai iVaan, Bui by Balur' r ak. M the (oui %  puitad away M INIHthaj um even out at B MO*. The four are towoi WuiBhio, organj llBl l'.,ll ii ber| Thompaon, who won a D*u> Hi guuthad ,i, the wai the K \K' 1 entral VU Ur Coffl. \ %  i. i ion Belway, M-yaai -old Lot %  t a k at the Mhool lor the third t me. i -tan" '..' -. mem• Of tlM I : %  -'! Pj nig te^m ,i* tin Hi I %  93.1 Itien he wen tkt> '. itructoi | n IM1 kir Comrnodori Sdw i) Da| %  lot ot n Tralnta I mo a i It II Airlift l.ulii-.. A big airlilt. Which l i Dtni on "' -in M| Idb I lb %  C |M colours arc the newest rave amorg model* in %  i i %  lour*are %  i ipLmeallowi %  H each rat About IM people u : from I I' paraU i;e.t ..ti| by •"' Amartcan-owned %  i eithi .II i %  i inj tii tuaandi more bt fore that And there's a gfistenine; Nail Colour to motth every tip Colour GALA OF L0\D0N / iif* TICK F. S NICHOLL5. P.O. BOX 14) ..^,.,. Ji0 ear at thr estinount M H result of heavy %  k the colonj ahlp1 to the United %  I .* tan to leave %  I lanadJ (Hid tons is noa beini loadad In the Poii-of* Spam barl i The I D MadehiLe Bugai Comnan ii has all hut net rl lha Bra bo -. %  B i-ti-i"lie ha men: ' r, i n '"i n ba ca uoB of I • • cord, to i % %  arvad thraa-ya u aantai %  i A lu-w mathod ol finding oul 1 i Vaan Siufta lizzie %  miNAL rflAlt: was to be employed %  •van boat %  manual work. L enl ra fi lebed wi employed in digging up tram! No li.llle.lHf; Soviet %  i i Tin | m ly believed But Wc were held down %  • iKHlfera*' Attlee and Churchill. There is no nitiomng of food. and only mitt seems to supply In the ton tremely difficult to asv living stand irds from what WO saw. The shops seamed well stocked. but whe'l to buy the go 1 certainlv did not MB BI obly dhnsed women They all looked drab I danto. We were itnick too, bs the aido range of wafaa, linn *. byword Of the bldtlll %  system and the S •hoca>worfcen aai i two 01 three tlmea the normal rat' for the particular Job. A doctor, we were told, earns less than a bus dl Pinned Up The chief Soviet Pravda 11 pinned up In aval v in an street for all to read Necdb say, British and %  papers ira i The view KM < : that there was no ern journals ince thi point of view With In Pravda—which in a sense, ho doubt it is. We et. Mjourvi*.; Ban lhar a real contribution lo world peace would i la free tWO-f manl of Indlvtduali ti.iveihng betv een Britain and the aWntl %  i could be built up. But it reata with the lOVlat Government to bring this about. — L.ES. f this food-deficiency disease ara low rare. Increased knowledge ol he value of i ilaniiiis la largely aged by esponsible, nutrition experls ba'vi' Th.-v point out that today von Buab common foodk as the iread sild in stores have vitanunUc olana,i Right, al 4 nun lev | ml l TNT Today Not T&moUow 4va %  Ihe people on Man %  Alabama, in the heart of a re ;; ,„ Ti.:n,i,,n \i I ''' • randthall BVOl coi % %  ' ' where pellagra was once rampant. Roaca, head of So las found H b %  a of the discn.se has omnan^ mid aurlng Iheu ippeal Resides a lev im: WILL f : %  .." HI rradarie basa retv>rted in the last 10,000 hunting; the four, the itithorltle '' P* rw Jf l Dumame. filed in Cambridge, hospital admissions. „,, trying to up l, takes only 200 Ten years ago poUaj much monay, houi word-, to leave a fortune of many common fan the United St.: people the] havi '•' ,,v ""' n.lllton dolUrs to hlS Wile and Twenty years aKo it was a acrim. %  ',,,,.., seven ehUdren. I " *--i"'-'^ H % % % % %  %  ' U in EbgUnd and the U Kield He v.oul.l ' i lion, KS year* ago. he went to ansag and t... ... % %  .,. M rorhatllfoVfourdollan a weak A ''' %  """ %  1 **£*£"* suppmi atfltt g*^, SL i ^i SSf-'tiL hhrtSn OMn,n ' lad Sonata Inn Commit-, He roiTswiftly In the textile held g** he Imve^ or the highest wMj* c.palilc of_produelng an toe They have told h.m. to brmg An uuusu.il fact BbOUl the diseas. i. that iU victims aii ,..,, utiie, ,.i ma lowasl oi mo hunw ,,i P i.tueing an te.["hi income group—the first group eatlmn' important s>-Slems. at 82 and benPWfsarv ^ p healthv. %  onw Its president. d|Cl So ^ ne of j^Ha,.^-, outWBJ l characteristics are skin kasiona and BrVOUS -vmptom" TNT Tdls uou tirfral Tono is lONO is not Only J delinoui dr.nk but 1 ..id of h'gti mitrtti't sod tslorlc vilue. It contains all the hejiih-gi*m| snd reetoratlva Blemana of pure rich milk—7iie chocolate— vucroic. Jiid malted grain—urftfl a detinue addition of Vuamin D |l told or hot as a morning drink or a bedtime nightrsp Children love it. No added miU |t r Tono \\ a complete food bevarage. Tono CHOCOLATI MALT & MILK BEVFBAC.E LNSeiXVs Rioters Punished HedyV Aiutinn i i H Filipinofl Rejeol Jap I'tuit 1'rent) HEDY LAMARRS TEWl.I.S. Vttluad Bl 2 ,000 dollars ( i:89,285, ssan kn^-ked down by the for TO.(HH) doll, i (i:25,0OO). Her four wddj0g .-ings brought 1.605 dollar* ( i:Vi3i. .vith 4S diamonds OPEN VERDICT AT ENQUIRY IT OBORGsfS. July 14. „.nlt. i ,,, i.Hi. on" i %  i oii.ll n 120 '' l i COW t GATE PRODUCT %  %  i fhga in 'i. %  %  i %  P ress ld e n t Qulrlno to soften the dlitude on %  i peace M-ttiemcin by Mm. Ccomo Bullerly. who h. „, ir|1< t v ,,, cr ,,„ v ,, „. .ix irandrhlldren. wii *•" <•'" u 10 dca n ol Jnwph Rllcy. a JB|„,,„„ ,., v .d on ; Only had a plain platinum rini yeir 0 | d ,..,„,! ,1 Ma. Slrcot. SI. John He had lioc-n b Hl Honour M' r. 1M. V. Tha Bti.i ..uu-Mi numpja tomt deBd ,„ o umr „ y,,.. ,... wlwn asked vyny MlB.Lamarr. wno Ih( ul h ,,„ ., mi | r ,,,„„ his ht.ni. ,,.,,,„.„ ., ,', married her lourth husband Ted The jury returned JH open ,. .„,„„ ,, ,,,„ „, ,„..„.,, siiinn.'i. last monlli, had lout vrr du.l One witness HHl that I.' (i ,, .,,, .1 .upportn wedtlinn rinaa to sll in Nlei the "'" btlore eolna ,.,i,i,p,„,., demand „ ,n tludirertlcm ol the quarry II.i I8.0HU.W." (Am TI*Si-m llomhers .,„ ....ik.tui a. .f he were dru.u.. „,„ ,._..,, BATTI.K Ol Ult bomber. In tint ..U..-, enquiry—tte,ne FLYING BOATS AKSIVb n ,,,, .., ,. ,,.„„ UU on wee w KIHOSTON I • "it t oi Earlier 'he Couneil tl State, the threatens to break out In Conn in ihr death ol Ishmael Hu %  treat. Who will nghl the battle'* baud., a tehoolp o y "1 St Martu It will be Internnttonalisls v Boy, S: Philip, Ibo |ur) %  a IM i %  Ol The isolationists, led by Senator d.nwiuiut. K Ml %  %  r. The police reported that Jv %  lul bombers which cuild Iwthlnu tly from American bases arroaa K-t ml any ocean and get back. tirownet .i in in —Ataook aj Rinso WASHES Quicker/ ierf Air I Philippine s highest advisory body i 'lontcd Hie ("". i' inent Peace' on .. aaoi Pal rsjaty C Foiil Buy, difnrultios Bffaan and \ ( tn ; ti, SAVE SI $ $ With Ihe I 1 lU.t SOW Wheel Traelor WORLD'S MOST COPIED TRACTOR !he Ferguson System your • | can be aainfartnrilv ploughed and the unit Is available Bl i tr inapOCi Vehiele. The pn.' of thai versatile Traitor i Track 1 tor. and v->u will be amazed at : (tinnce. Further mfoi %  BOVRIL the very goodness of beef n ru.r, ih. mhivM ol pnmt leas bscf 1 can />•/ the bciufii iiu> OMBM :rom iskins Basal ... a Jhren t ..„ when you're iceltnir la irvd MIIMUUU^ the •preutf arid the ****** lasi: .avuury -• MJMI ammUiini dor*, Itwnlfj.t-y.^.iwviBocsBnstedss^antMolb*,!BOVRIL fOMUIS. PUTS 8BEF tNTO'VOU hriiihtcr too, what ougfahji j*f t1 %  RINSO for all your wash f



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PAGE FdUB BARBADOS ADVOCATE THVRSDAY. Jli.Y 19. 1951 BARBADOS PHnlr-1 B lU AfvMiN c, tM. -• %  %. Briduto*. Thursdii>. JuK 13. Ml POI'l IVIIOX IIIOIII.I:M THE populai ein raa> ed in the and !he dtd % %  %  ' 'I' 1 matter to i Select Comiriittei >l both HOOMI of the aggravation of the conditions call* I overpopulation and the I the problem makes It one uf gnve importance. It has been the subject od investigation by social welfare, medical authorities and Royal Ccmmissiins But il did nut take these examining bodies to tell the pcopltof Barbados lh;.l the rate of population increuM> threats— d their economic prepress Many suuueslions have been m.i what action should be taken in attempting a solution. Family planning has the advantage of limiting the rate ol incraaae but suffers the disadvantage od i moral and religious issues and so is not hkei-. i A adopted m the Cat lbbam. [ndtutriaU on the other hand must be on a sufBciently largo stale to support thl is %  gradual industrialisation |n the Caribbean at present but not ti the rats which would bring the deairad linprovaaMnt and will never be on the scale witnessed In i land, Europe or the United ever thenwas lull scale Industrialisation in tinCaribbean the problem of overpopulation would not arias but it is bees these territories are Uu uiturai that the present conditi Ing. The only other aver.uo is Uu permanent smigration. There was such a hi n the settlement of Barbadiansin Panama brought %  measure of relief. Uniortui imilar scheme likely to coma to th< Caribbean in the near future Since then, Barbados attempted two schemes one In St Lucia and another in Surinam. The Aral was well planned and might have bean SUCCS but for the fact that the outbreak ol the Second World War brought the I -tablishment of American bases People saw no reason why they should remain on agricultural holdings whi %  •• %  << %  to be earned on the bases not lai away. It was at one time ft i si lands of British Guiana uppUed the answer to population readjustment In the Caribbean area hut ;i concrete plan is yet to be launched. It is now up to the Select Commilti' to ill the possibilities in order to be able to recommend to the (iovernment BUCh Steps as should be taken to bring aboul .1 solution to this problem. ADVOCATE %  • V,M "i' 1 a***i DAIRIES FOUR ; waa decided by the Public Health Authority that all dairies should be removed from tin' extended City limits within three years. The decision has never been carried mi. Ix tl 'General Board of Health has not been able i" enforce its order. The merit ol the derm! iin" being discussed because there will always be B division ol opinion as to win re likely to endanger health to any extent as Ion ply with sanitary regulation. The point now for consideration Is the use of a Public Health Authority whose orders can be flouted. A similar position arose in this Island when the Christ Church Sanitary Commis: %  i to "hey the order of the d 1 of Health for the destruction of the anopheline mosquito In 1928. T%  < that time sent d >wn to le the C lhad where the rltj 1 i\ i"i 1 he protection of f^^ I Heard leVim-r l>li<> ^ Thai Nazi Style %  Fran hii %  Brail Ren 1 %  i<> lbs 1 %  uf ths %  %  %  %  Ths Imp! %  ;i bopstsst betti %  ofl. But llitliT would not •set Basnet on I 10 t* subside I' Then will %  %  own Fuehrer-brigade You will eooUnus the light untU %  It kg %  ... r... %  roe must m ik> I Siberians), for hi da Ui if in the ran thai Germany ould ihiicr have Mid if bs could have fosses-, years after th" %  r| 111 fart so on AsnUni in 1 %  %  r bm that be would be . 1 e rebirth 1 Fourth N %  •! R< 1 1. 2. Appi Germai %  % %  build 'if Germ ID AI n I -my part in ttu il the W< I 1 Nihilism . %  le '"ii In 1 Career .till U-Conunu 1 would have < line 100 | 1 1 with that i %  sad then Eflta e expon%  %  %  been moo In in the 1 %  ting 1 1 .. .1111 !,' %  n %  little 81 hi' % % %  %  lowi 1 %  itretchesl asu Hell!** snd no .lie ball-UuOovemn %  i %  Our Parsifal' Behind us on ihe will u. -1 1 ION in 1 Mi %  1 bM > srosgn per of si UH Dsllj ipi-" peril > '• %  • nnw on i DsSJSSSSJ rmbot, %  buck Hoi 1 %  1 %  Bon* %  %  1 %  ' %  Bekh Party" r, 1 ..nt have %  :-.„|ii. %  ,, %  (.. ...' .1 I'd '" %  :. With hi %  ('niiwiicinu 1 found R> ti ihm I had ever %  %  %  ncini ;t^ Ihe reprcscri*itlon "f fiont-hiu...IIK t.'l I:I %  11 -i the M prevlou) .tl m Ihs bs i" is .i:. refraining from Hitler*! trsdlt 1 nd I 1 .f 1 may i allow-it-' il th.it way). %  %  how he built "p 'lie PSrtS from small 1 the i %  rider ind Si with nn account m mmh ii%  Mtns vein <>t tU tii.t %  1 1 %  despite that, .i.il.iiU'lie." Musky Boar Bonn re%  ttors,' the traitor i.d Wetr: %  thai hsvi oon 1 %  %  husky roar. "I can't help It," he tells nts liter, "I get 1 ... 1 1 1 brutal old 1 %  '.hem up," ahouti a f .ie.r me. eimstri:ted with hat'-. "Hairn UWir Nkull* m." tails ome%  il ihe practical fcchenies litpu's forward to cut* i %  %  < %  -.: IhC nnr<" Heich. After Sch.In U) employment for thi 1 %  triallstH from the capll.,1 Bonn to finance J refugee H r proposes t. redll plan by which Hitler cured unemployment in the • the farmciV comphon' sre llng ruined by s iiuteh agrKuituui imports he propows a Hlaerlan der. Mm SI the same time 1 1 denies any intention of restorinc the Third Reich with it l>lg and snvill. "We ,1" the one-party Stat>~ he say.. Wo want the nils 4 1 1 ihe rule of the GestapoWe want democracy. Hut U must | %  man democracy snd I or an Amerctan flsilli" iatji Present Damaue VasUj more impoii.ml than boss and repu m my opinion, wan hU demand thai Gaiiu 1 %  must becorns ladspandsnt 1 noo more of I Ml Wl lie -.ived from lot r a third world war. %  d that. DaOUgh htSTgU' ments appeared to :itt:trk both th^ Sn\ 1st BOd the Ann rid bnpSTtlal vehcrnence, their ultitservest beu] i" uii"i m thi -.. N And hi re U e d n. %  %  •1 %  %  %  .: hli takinn piwer. bu* %  %  t 1 iu1 rs now recalled the reporta 1 hid 1W1 1 Hsetinp between Sov.ct zone lepreasncai of Ttcmer In lbs s %  u h Party,' S 1 set ks % %  t.i 1 him ^nw •bout ..11 thlt — L.E.S. LdM'al laeVf a lllll k lll —I tin* propei 1 mblnaUon of aav>" tsui ;niii expttl %  Ing this Loca I Ml its gradual growth U csnturj. developed an % %  '' %  the 1 %  rsUniding the key to the ilnx of the f local s 1 ti : stocti nit pop%  1 andldsts t"i the 1 nun. 1 there an snd if -ill secUoni ol tin nit3 wars squalb %  %  %  to give ths lime snd snergy required, no doubt UM I DOsition of the council reflect that <>( ths dl ti I 1 .. % %  .. 1 %  Ions) worher s such i %  Inate. lint ihu ti is much IS 1! v^.-. evt %  Willingness To I).. Voluntary Berviee 1 1 1 %  overnma to stand f'" %  !< %  • Uon i wool i %  Purthei. !i %  visions for nd allow de cow.. rd to loss by H Thi 1 the prlnd1 fa ol si Much of I : %  %  lve f> i" incil. The 1 n Itloh oonl .but tieit* U II. MORRIS JONKS Lsetanir la PeUttesI ISISBH • l nweea Beaeel sf Bseasss* .rs ini | Poliiirjl Selenre. I 'nisi ISSty of London; If tin thrcv ys %  eounclli have • %  larth ulji %  lar upset of any service Finance, -Si.id. Worh lor example. A councillor will usually and bJssself s member nf two or three committees eon mlttees, togethei numbei ol %  eldermsu H chosen wth thensub-comm 1 OUnclUon for %  period "I 1| "ikshop: • %  'heir power to co-opt. mi out ids the ,,,.,. who have ipecial knowledne) .1 local 'heir meetings ore attended by Brltaui'i Civil llu ofllcUils. The lausi on progress, nuke .suggestions and 1 1 vice; the dessnior ronki Even ths Clerk cli 1 are tsken by the committee effect naembei bseoms the Chb live officer impatient with lav ignorance and laymen may lind the expert's 1 impel thin 1 narrownsss irritating, bui on the Il WhOls they le.ini t<> know am .,l_ rubpect each other. How smoothly not in th I Ihe officers •> romrnlttas works depend: %  parucuUr BreaUy on the peisonality of its 1 1 .,.-,.', mite 1 rttj cept a nom• %  .ii governmsnt— .1 approve Iments. Although local councils en %  tral recrultmsni, chairman who is the main link with the official departmental head. Kffect ol PeUtlcal Entry Into Council Work No pietu %  mner life of the a local authority uuld W compolicy Hi KCiirntl 0 f Hie plete without mention of the Uon, change effected b) the SttUry uf '. inlnbar, Ihe nsuonal poUueal parUes. It mod deal of Is obvious that this has <> % %  rough iiu the ehsraeter of I electloi .1 1 .nthe campslsnlng LM i.l Wbll Sll ths embut equally impc.it.ii,* 1effect .inon the actual working of the local 1 I"" 1 ol local BUthorlUss. councils: party meetings p incil sad conuniUee meeting] ind offlcuu come end Ihs discussion* ;r :. %  intern tend to loss their spontaneltj Ol the A IhOUgh they gain i:i coherence %  %  I i' K eede .."P< lation .1 e>, it .,.. %  aUnus. _^___ "••"see i— %  •The Man Who Vanished In Dress Clothes... IIKKNAKI) WKKSTflKI) Continuing (his ruse-histories (o parallel the mitsini; Rur^rss and Maclean) JOSEPH WSLBXBWOBCM MARTIN vanished in Pall Mall wearing an opera hat and svemriK dress. It hardly sjunds the costume for a disappearing act. hut •here may have been method behind it. He vanished just oiitsioe the R.A.C. Club at 11.30 p.m., April 3, 1913, an hour, date and place at which opera hats were not as conspicuous as they mi^ht be now. Martin was a cotton broker from Memphis. Tennessee, and supposed to be rich. Even in those days all American business men were to '* %  millionaires. He had been over here organising a deal. and on the nlghl he vanished had dinner at the R.AC Club with an English business (r "' mJ < it.t 1 A DATE .. After arranging a dinner for the following night, which was to be his last in England, the American finished his cigar and said he must be oil, as he had a date with a beautiful woman from Brazil. The porter called a taxi, Martin got in. opera hat and all, and from that moment disappeared Ha never returned to his rooms, for more suitable clothing, he didn't turn up for his dinner appointment, he didn't catch the boat he had planned to do. The taxi driver was never traced, nor was the mysterious beauty from Brazil. HAT FOUND TWO days later the opera hat was found by some railing! In Belvedere-road, south of the river. Near by was a gold chain he had been wearing and a rilled wallet containing business cards, but no money. The obvious conduslori, and possibly it was intended to be obvious, was that someone had robbed and done away with Mr. Jose p h rVilberforce Martin. It was said he was carrying £100 cash when be vatiLshetl. A reward of £500 was offered by his relatives in case he was being held for ransom. An American private detective was engaged to help in the hunt. For a moment everyone thought the mystery was solved when the friend Martin had last dined with received a telegram from Vevey in Switzerland, h said: "Am all right. Stop inquiries. Letter follows. Joe.*' No letter did follow and no 000 remotely resembling Mr. Martin had stayed at any Vevey hotel. TKOL'BI.K HINTS But then things began to happen. First of all, the American detective who had been ngst) ad by the family ceased to make any more inquiries. He said he was satisfied Martin was alive The missing man's brother and nephew. who had been coming to England to search for him. cancelled their passages at the last moment. They, too, appeared to know something. The aura of riches around the American suddenly dissolved. The deal in England hadn't come off, and in Memphis there were hints of trouble. Indeed, Mr. Joseph Wilberforce Martin might have had every reason for wanting to vanish. As far as England was concerned, the attitude seemed to be: "Well, jolly good luck to him.*' and he was forgotten for 18 years. Quite suddenly he rocketed back into the news. Of .ill the curious things that could happen to a vanished man, he had inherited a fortune -about £200.000. And nobody knew where he was. At least nobody was certain. Some years before a man had claimed to have met Martin in a Mexican coasting vessel. Overjoyed at meeting a fellow countryman, he had reveaJed his identity and said he was living as a coffee planter in a remote part of Mexico under the name of Jose Ascartin. NO TRACE Two American lawyers set out to find him and bring him the glad news. But if it had been Martin that the American met in the coaster he'd given s false address, for the lawyers found no trace of him. If Joseph Wilberforce Martin is still alive he is 7) yean Old and worth a lot more money than he thinks.—L.E.S. CLOSED FOR REPAIRS Advocate Stationery out 111: \III IIS SAY Editor, THe Atfeoeaie— %  i I H 1 the Unit opened nt Co.tritn:ton I M I I end deUvot 1 P, M. %  1 1 1 I %  me memheoL Tlie Pr< the Summer 1 fellows %  |i -n H.I list %  I %  II A. ', 10.4 ; i ti parry, %  11.ii: l 1 % %  1 :. B. 1 %  J. H. I'. %  (. W. B. %  1 r. j 11 P irry. 5 p m. Pi St m 8 fin Ti* Apjii' to v. 1 Indian \ I %  IN ol Wi 1 I .1 %  hn S.iinl. .1 p.m. The A: i '..%  Indian Hletor; It \ B p.m. Trade X \\s Bui %  ... g .. W. 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THURSDAY. JULY 19, I'd BARRAIX<> UiUKATF. I'M. I IIU Ursuline Convent Will Start Sixth Form Studies Fisherman. Acquitted Of Larceny Charge AT THE DISTRIBUTION ol Prim of the Main School of the Ursuline Convent yesterday afiernuon the Headmistress told parents that she hoped to beyin a regular academic Sixth form m the School in September. Four of the live pupils who entered for the School Certificate Examnni'.nn this year have decided to continue then studies They will form a small beginning of a class for Higher Studies, which all have long desired to see established as a regular course THEOPHILUS THOMPSON a in the school. man of Black Hod "Ymi have just been entertained terms. according to the length lound not guilty at the Court ol fay your own children !" she said, end value of the scholarship re^rand Sessions yesterday ol lar*and undoubtedly you will have cetved The Unit student who I %  'ii version. appreciated the result* of their iccepted to avail hciselt of Iblg Kf "" n ur :lu lh "' J efforts U> give you Joy and .n her wav to England ,md loIu :l : "' of his in* the peat vear. we havi (UP *" Cortes Gibson. Commerce .. Tno i np 0 wa represented by Mr. Y. \\ Bail ... a M.. Mi %  I Btlsdintl I' J --. %  iited fen Ihi rl L Crown 1 %  i i ed on a during the year, und have obl wo lounl indictment. On the An Author's Impression Of Barbados Social Welfare h BJHA Ta Da 5 ,s %  " %  :; •r Gaining Ground BARBADOS h . > ,hanged considerably during the past IS years Even the nutters look different, tha streets are very .he harbour Is busy and the butidtnfi an bnproved i'"' Barbados Is as clean as %  : impressions of Mr. Keli* Gould an Amenc.m 'A among the tourists arriving hero jaj by the %  team*htp r'*l Vi — % %  "' £ ned good reaulti In tha Ptt""' •"" *mtISuSd"" 5 "' it to Barbados was IS years ago and he haloid a few visits here since. "1 ; Barbados." he said Tha charmiiiK and fn<'ndly B)W be and the con\ciucncr <>f fcood tra.mpuit.iUoi) harged with make me come to Barbados as gold wrist watch Of* $72 and a > igarette Mr. Gould s.ud that he knew lighter tin Dr. O and talked with aim ;*•James on lebruan 11 The MOtourWa nuking tin I OOd count charged him with the and ha Found thai thi conversion of a gold impressions. He has and strap and MM through most of the Weal In ount rlrst count he \ • efforts to stimulate in the Fine Aria' which express beauty, and to arouse in the pupiU %  praatworthji ambition not only to Imitate what is good an 1 beauttfu] but to strive to produce something individual and original Ursuline* are • tuitions their chiloicii to love and honour Let mc now exnr< all that is beautiful 'nude and that ol love beauty is to lovo Ood Wh %  1'i'pil* '" tach mcnl .. 11 H l ii' ( -nt focus, th.f pnmai Bource, "-•" %  for her untiring devoted. ,, r sl Willch SiJI^SiyS l, "! ,,0 c ( • "' •" £T ti?JSu n r l ; ,, "^ %  J Roneon cigarette lighter, the prouJan.fi „ nd hils fimnd Barbadian: beauty. The two senses by which her scli->.urilice In her work perty of Dr. Oliver James somethe most contented naonla In th. Beauty is apprehended and eontrough. %  th. I ...... between Fehruar* 11 and I -ntcnled |>eople in thi veyed to the soul are sight and fully appreciated all that each The prosecution called five wittheir propor OOjOCti batOf I'" dotie for the school tinwar, aaaeaa in the case in.-hiding tl„ music, poetry, painting, aculpturc and we pray that Ood DM] bleat Ma "t Thai mpaon* UM and architecture. We have worked them and reward etch MM for B8< in thespheres of tousle, poetry and trying to lead His children MISS DOHA IBBERSON, Social Welfare At\ II s haa just paid t.. the r eewerd and Windward I many social I "In si Knts si,,, aaid *'ih< lalend haj five Community Councili which deal with the w becomt recognlaed bodiei through which Cfovei %  •icated. in neel %  %  i iruanl -ts %  comn s full use of pi • %  VMth (i. l>..\ will b" drtt land prov %  %  %  %  ..... %  I me ii pi -' %  %  H on %  v %  %  ana %  <>'* Md parfoi ni.nuv %  l •batlufi iiiu.h to avoid the cnetton i .(< unquanta< Voliintjir\ Helpers %  % % %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  .11. .on: %  ... em %  %  %  %  % %  N %  %  i %  %  v ai n u %  %  FaUe I'retences lerday adinl I I id Ivor %  : I %  %  %  The speed %  with whfc ii UV %  the beauty ol the common it. sin*. *<^t a:mlrWiclub rooms foi tha %  H ila n* painting. Beauty therefore to a kno •elf. |.ess Iteuuars mc and 1 iiZ I--Mpn r tha "... i ,-\,o in 0* , i mil ch. S?^HfiS "— * %  "v J. !" £? J& B~ ;", ecipe of dimun „ ..„i ,i,.,, t „. k ,. M„i lri i nm. ...,. ..... T—i;.. #'-—.. rhey do i jch ti SVr*-5JSBr-5 J2L£Z nrtfcLJlJS ho s.ud that he i.s i. Medical OfflLittle boys One of the greatest servicas thai tan be rendered to children Is t %  teach them to admire what deserves admiration, and th.it only;—to train them to listen only to good music and to sing song* which are %  lowitlng and Invpiring, for music like painting is a true culture of the soul and should bring man nearer to God. But there is another art that t? practl-MOM i" woman who remains at home and has always had Lta rightful piare in the trad Uonal aduoal tha arl <>f Handwork both practical and fancywork from the weaving of the little onu to the artistic embroidery al the older girls. You will be indeed gratlA*d, 1 am quite sure when you VUdl UM exhibition of Art and Needlework, nnd like us you. too. will give to vnnr rhildren the praise which Is the •plendid Finally. I want to ask your., co-operation In %  itiaiter r irnportainr In Ihe IralnlnC of your fiulv Oui I tradition of education covens not merely the academic work of the pupil, but anus at ju-(o take their In society as women of ittiiuinent and gooo ners. It seems to us that there Is a real lack of reir in many .if the Kills who COflM to i. Wi | :,. train Ihcm to self-control m iword, i peach, ud In lauchtei. to polltcm i and ro-l^' %  %  : in authom> over them; and in thoughtfuinaai for El These qualHit and should be fmind in mi. ind iiistingtii*h the educated Christian woman from tha the common and 'he vulgar. i or at tin II* %  [.!'..: Or Fehruarv 5 about 330 p m hfl m Bf M UM Fresh Water Beach Chi Uw 'i and took a swim When lie went to his ilotht) aftei Ihe swim lie missed B watch. This watch i> valued at about $72 He reported the matter to the Police. On February 28 he was in the Casualty and noticed that had on arrlat vateh which vho onh for "pennies" were the thai troubled aim Mr. Gould said thai Americans I o BOl know much of Indlani "Many Amri lean Tntiiiinj; ( n'i|> %  %  i W< have ; ,,n the Wi Ifan I Xltcei ol the opinion that the Wosl India 8l l Pro is a lazy folio.. %  lellow that does not like hard w-.i-k". he San' uralnad V %  workei If those people were only to In Nevla. I saw some %  '-„ spend a day around the harbour aandcra ^ i_ :. < L. _^. 11... ..... .... ..i I ... • in the utchlng the lightermen pulling modern ami taught hlf\ttentton. "fie apoka to thoaa %  a l oaaal aari to propel big eon* the man about the watch and barges tilled with OBI Baked him where he got it from would have a different opinion '( "l. TIM Police came In the Hospital W.M Indians.* 1 LOOMIM and they look tinwah n He went ilh the poh. due to thtl work which they have done tins We ap p eal to you than to eorlth mo afforht In 'hii ..i' peal lalenl EM Una by insisting on good manpainiing, while otl as ners at home and this reflnement celled In needlework, and in genof social Intercourse manifested eral. all have taken a keen interIn politeness ami courtas) at all rst in then An and Neodiework tlmet and In all cuvumstancaa, I KrOUp Of and Which v.ill open tht 'ourteen older girls tnllowed a other ChrUtian virtual ..nil help BlKH'ial COUTH m Dressmaking (, %  niake life *iappii-r .oid more which was kindiy glvan h.ir at Qod-LUta. house and there saw Theophilus to be conducted i than in an; Uv • To Mr. rurraw l)r James safi ^_^__ in* dothea wan aboul 50 j %  north ol Ihe clol< He did not see anyone loiterhif on tha beech neai i %  Manning OOQdrldge flc knew Thompson for a long time .is he lives near him al Black Hock. In February, 1951. he brouahl .• watch to him and : t.i buy It He bought UM watch from Thomp>45. Later the same month he went l-i the Hospital. This was .iboul wed two aftor I • UM watch. While in UM I in Moreover, ail Vi< ii should Ilk i .. i plaj \ alway i found a lourne .i und lha Lai indi full <.f Intai i munits i %  illy gro* ini in Interest through tl althoui welfare Idea >f .* • w bat il 'f help anil mutual hoi: %  %  around.* 1 P.C. FINDS WOUNDED MAN %  %  %  kavii Incident %  %  James %  i"* whhjh I havi work in twisted CONDOR" BrllNC.S FOODSTUFF -r 2.800 crates P.C. 3oa Deano tow rlinkaon of Ollla Road chael, lylna wounded on Qarnati %  Btreei Ctt] re tardaj i %  rolni % %  %  "' about 2.40 o'clock The wound was machine r i,ilh. led by an unknown person, th The police tk bun i-> the Oeneral Hospital whenin\... %  dilalnetl of l %  • lei II III MiiuitM milK pOWdei .. ii from Rotterd Before the llo-ultiii'tress' report of (hem spoke. He took "II th. Sinner Sewlni Company rhe im ,| h( dJatruMitlon of proas watch and aava if In 1>I girls appree.atl and %  .. %  ., pro^0 Police took him to On "^ o' .-!;'<.;',.J:'-'.;,: 5 Police Button where be made u. ful to their taachen r the Walt ,f ihe Junior School liable knowledaa Of I n hool and a selected group. The which they h;iVe aCQUliaa. pweganUlM was in 'lire.After the dintrihution "f pVlaaa Ulera waa an axhlhltton of art and nee*„*"* and the per The* were arim as n w*>v ~ja ^** ( gnm profit haa bean reduced |*lva Portuguasa atowaeray ar_ * 3.54. Another provtaloo and gxoceiv ested to know that the Acting Ivril hcic yesterday aboard the "'" ">'• '"• "J n "' i 1 u ' ''*" •',. reliant said thai Director of Education has assured p nn amanian S.S. Conor. They has gone from S3.42 per beg lo pro „t to tin I Ortar Da Silva. Karlos Hals *' '^. %  "< l "' !*•' 'em greai [tl unmadlaU affect I fall D) lha ii. B8va, Joeo TUxatra Maspf"t which was 7.8Z i% now 4.3.'. employees. The-, ware De Freltas Victor Flour waa tt.71 per beg but DOU Bsl paid rla Their ages costs $7.22. Tigoal -aid Sometime ago it wi %  %  % %  :, 17 and 18profit has been reduced from 6.17that the minimum wage fa The stowaways were kept In > %  As regards milk which wa* women should be ISJIO per board the ahip US that il i possible for .1 pii|u from a private S.hool. such as w are. to obtain a Sehol I should also like to mentis that a two years' scholarship Of free board and tuition la offered by "Reverend Mother Provincial of the Ur-.ulines in England to any pupil of our schools in BarBritten Qulana who would be willing lo continue bar higher studies in one of ou. Convent Schools In England, and the added possibility Of longation of the scholarship to lour or ttva yeara i'h a vie oMainfcng ;i Ui As regards milk which 510.88 pai I >-;t In now $13 28 and the par cent gross otlt has droppcnl from S.S6 to TRAFFIC CHARGES Of nine motor traffic poUea harges in Tuesday, th/ee were or not paying taxes. The olhe.* ares were one for driving wlthDegree. out due can and the man s o* the grocer\ i'ii'pIo>ti >.-,'. get auen a wage and i %  tuda under dilions they exist. Tin ers know that they are criliUc.' to more. The Condllion attached lo thh 1 iding without a light, another |. •holar^i :;. tholr releaving an animal unattended, one I'rolii Decreeeea "Abu' has been an increase In the price profits allowed I ind a decrease ii our to M tlBI UM) might per cent gross prollt. 1 4 Dtl I if afTairs has reached a point r . %  %  11 ubx whn nglnfl of plril d an Ai %  raqui ...itable steel band perfoi Antigua had i telj had % %  o well-planned /oulh i %  %  %  %  in ictteal and remunai il Baehrtry In S %  '.. %  I I 1 %  %  I I beat possil %  -ted to learn that mum %  th.. beat ol th! 1 st \ iM<".iis anaaeaa in eiejrinr 'Inrural -linns 101 .1 tn-i. Of alded-*-lf-help Is very slrlklnc ami h*s mafia a resl janveesaMM an Haa adaafi'B how in* problem While Ihe trill new houses delfiiilril BM I I otIn ser I'oni tl.t.krd In tie win*old aJtahana, ii %  i AM •MIH irratlv lo thr beneftta %  bsi 11 tii'.-c re ap an T|4 croup ol Intclllgrn men anrl weBUB I" itaa I lire real kUehea whtcfa michi hrraeaaaaswnfiad la lae hwUH reawarnad. SI vin. ei • am ..oung.' %  .! .v. I I Music Exam ItVsiills ''. I I.'. %  I I.\. I.'%  roai %  i,i.n. ..( M. -• %  Hi! r.. P ii -I < >|.i lilMl .1 Ml I. I0I.1 .... I %  y tin THE BLIND .r the entre I H 1 thl. u 1,1 in ipini %  make % %  : %  THKY ARK THE BEST H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents T.C.P. 4 1 in-: 111:111.v SAFE 1101 lit ivi/s/.ifir Though :. powerful ond ponrlralli l. II eon ha uiad .1..1 only on lh ihln, In Ibo noon, Ihi • nd v.s lini nloon 1.1 on Inlomally. III.I.IIA I s PAIN U*D PBOMOI I 1: UID ill ILING KNIGHTS DRUG SIIH!I:S-D.STR.BUTORS •.',;;'.:'.:;::: here if nothing .( %  ii. b Idl l turn lo "the WeM Indies should give us two n of service b] : '' '* oul the driver, and achoou on certain agree d reduced more pa Deviate the position, one may be nivc %  • %  ihal paaesd blci pre dtuvenUi %  in Ml ettmg u(i it-hant said that the or carrvinr lumber projecting, one forced to oiscontinue UM hanfilini Infiuano persons beside of unprofitable Ur I for permitting create M\ unde-iir a i.u tha a/ho businessmen in the trade) %  %  In a far-ort land liveo .1 Princ* *ho .((lei I JACOBS ( II I \ M < ii \ i K 1.11 a • A luu in the wurld of BISCUITS %  • BTOKRS A BYNOl Ltd \ aaeita SANDERSONS FURNISHING FABRICS 1.1*1 MW lllil IO %  > %  H% IIOOl Wi If. r n! Ml .. .-J u %  • s CAVE SIIEPIIEItl) & CO., LTD. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET M;.I,:, INSPF.CTI0N INVITED I



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PAOI s iX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THIRMIIW Jl I.Y I*. 1*61 ENRY ,%_\_\.v) aiasta*. KMT BY CARL ANDERSON I "\ MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY W 2T_B SJE ^ 0~ &*OLM ~^E VSAB '. ONE 5 75 3~3:r\ '. : WAN -O SEE wC'-i S-E : —i— •_I'M \l ---S-'** I BLONDIE CT.'EP %  Ir*" THE LONE RANGER *£ A.: BY CHIC YOUNG f as %  "• i'1 *H" c?>. •MEN VOUW FWINO Df AD. BATES. ITU LOOK UKE TUE WOPKC* SCANS MX/RE THROUGH AS BOSS, BATEi AND YOU KNOW TOO MUC* ABOUT OJR GAN6 TO STAY AUVE. *> 50LONG ( TOMTO, ITS 0IG^-| JBATES,TOE CPME 1 BOSSINBATESVlllEl BY FRANK STRIKER HEtPMf'HELPMC AHO VO.JLL 6 REWARDED eCVONOKXK 1 WV.DtST DREAMS/r BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS EN** %  3BADCI I %  .11 --1 %  > MO %  n L ' oi*nro I -AV LjD 1QLOT .. .,AT TIME i TOUCAM5N,' MAPPt'J^P*' Wttl '.y ON U OWN ^uirf *. NCU RIP KIRBY g£^M BY ALEX RAYMOND %  %  %  %  *=AV jc^y "AM •". 'GQ&AT I 'A $&*& THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES ': HOW %  LLDSHECANHAHMVl STAND OP--AI.D SHE I "fcJN'T 6NV TEETH y LECT. /A -?" U r<:..-.•' i % %  / ea i. %  '" WAI7/NS TOHAHDOUTrHe ,r>AV eou -HP tat omen PLAM! Dreadful. Choking, Spasms Of BRONCHIAL ASTHMA r: !" ;: WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS NIGHTS When one dose of the amazing Mixture will ease that choking, smothering spasm in seconds! Buckley's Mixture is no ordinary medicine—its different from any Cough Remedy you have ever tasted—Triple Strength—No Syrup—All Medication. One Dose Stops The Cough Whin you fe*l a cough or choking bronchial sown coming on, just take a dote of Buckley's Mixture and wallow slowlv You'll feel the powerful healing warmth spread down through your throat and bronchial tubes, soothing inflamed parts, easing hard breathing and loosening tough phlegm, making it easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture )• made from rare Canadian Pine Balsam, and Other proven ingredients. There** not another cough medicine like it. Get a bottle TODAY. and relief right away BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE A SINGLE SIP BUI WHY WE SEI.I. A MILLION BOTTLES A YEAR IN ICE-COLD CANADA AI.ONE. '^•V'-v.v-'x.'yl FOR SEND YOUR ORDERS TO ADVOCATE PRINTERY DIAL 2620 CtwVWMRWMbMMl TODAYS NEWS FLASH HIIITAKI S ALMANACK 1951 •1 JOHNSON S STATIONERY I NBREAKABLE HIMl-SHIELIl GLASS OPENING NOW b> JOHNSON'S UIMMM .-;ii •HVirsigiWkitkji pusetilunji,ijoct*onofflayr M. ill I. III i t. ur jl!c(utue from ihc Bill Up. B4BKHLAND QUEEN SCOTCH WHISKY Sol* Importars :— 7 W.l MONROE \ tO. LTD.. BRIDGETOWN. I AM ADO? MWLt %  Bfe *>1 jjj "&*& &&& UNIVIRSAL MOTOR CYCLE i or £xfra DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING COMPANY LIMITED (ECKSTEIN BROS) YOUNGSTERS, as well as gtovmuj, must make sure of Inner Cleanfttata in order to keep tit. Playtime, and bi-limil-ume, demand good health, and this young Ijdy has found the way to enjoy both Andrews is an exciting "fizzy" drink which brings Inner CUanltnets by cleaning the mouth, settling the stomach, and toning up the liver. Finally, it gcoUy clears the bowels. As a-refreshing drink at any time of the day, i Ac one teaspoonful of Andrews In .i ghss of water. More important still, don't forget your Andrews when you wake in the mornidg AN DREWS LIVER SAIT 'THE IDEAL' F ORM OF LAXATIVE" IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday Only Usutty Now Usually NOW Tins Birds Custard Powder 45 10 Moirs Chocolate (3 Br) 33 11 Pkgs. Lemon Puffer Biscuits 52 II Pkgs Q uaker Com Flakes 30 M | i 26 • Bots. Local Vinegar (Brown) (Whil) 111 M Bots. Frontenac Beer D. V. SCOTT & Co. LtdBroad Street



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Tlll'KSDM. Jll.V 19, 1951 RAKH.MMi* \ll\ili \l l CLASSIFIED ADS. "" >L ***** TILCFNONI 2 SCI REAL ESTATE For Bin,... Marr.age announce-rarnla In Cart raaraV M ff3W for fkUtt %  30 _nd 4 p i.ar*, I : %  I 311? for Daalh run HIM BBBSaMa r*. ArKiwoiiiousr.s %  %  : IN MBMOBIAM lOliutali ; T ,| memor t at audear ..-'. a Goddam, who ae railed to it M IMP Tim* haw afunged n %  *m %  -en -11 MfMafeM %  Will anger o> Milllceut Gemv.me W.ii.i %  Audrrv aid Fl-ir.r m**n. Gilbert ..* 7 i! In ROOM*-i 10 m vvalk i • fit} or club* With >r -ltho.it meal. Dial HM 11.7 SI—If n T view-—a with i imlt* %  >rt up trr %  ** %  >' ** K.r nffca ori rrido>. mi :.ina Cumnun* at the pien.1... on Thuradax Sag 4 p in IT 1 tl.;„ ft* AK.XOI'.'VCOfEKTS > Ml .1t;KANI> I KITE I—In br.t lealrlei.tial dlalilcl nihler Government lluu* f>m r. IM fr> a MM I pan Base MI an SEASIDE INN-On Grand Ana* — taint Beach Bale, fiom 44.00 txi head per day. Enauinei lo D M Slniget. Grenada BMJI -Mn. bitf A MM .Ml LOST BWaaEPftTAKr TTCKKT IMKiKfc Sou B rUrf C hem it 1 M s FOII SALE i.ua, charge week "1 eenla and M eenla Suada^a 14 leorda — over 1* UKfdJ 3 teal, a u>ord ••**—4 lean a hoed on a'undflfi. ..,,,AUTOMOTIVE in, .t l.iiHg-M Jal>. Ii A par %  £,!•• rc tt %  • Hut. Baa %  %  %  and . tat fu.t i.l aal*...|,|. i-ATFOHD rj the seta a., I contain inn i.**$ Muha.l. -ith Ml The | .Ii. I I* I lo MIX %  CAM. VI Ford IBM In good order, good ire. Appl<: Amoni Mm... Proepcct. %  I. Jamea or Dul JI73 1VT.J1 In AUCTION I M I .1 OP Tender, will be re p lo Sato NOTICE UMI" ed bv Ihe Sea luUdii %  ion lo b %  i itbtaincd o Clerk lo the VON P M TAMLTi.'S. NOTICE Ii IECOI Kl IKI l-l I II \lvKF. r*raar.| patwHia having any debt oi i the Ealalr al llarcuii lx-11-ie ClUwa*, mare commnoiv knnwn H H %  -. %  < IVU-IW..I..-. lale ,.t Chureh \Mla4* latM Philip In lh llland. who itH*l in tinI-li.nd on ine • ih daj at FatmaKTi ii rrQ.e.t..l %  ,I.,T-. of their ed to iiir uiideiuaiied. Ruataro M.n-.u si ..i Ho Iha onaiiiWd Mr IMI. a* aft i | ,i.i,. i pbaii dl.lnliiile Oat ..... Ik ..t Uk amoni Uie p. tu- entitled thereto havina rrgard only to the rlaliru or whieh I %  hall Ihe. t.ive Had n"tite and lliat 1 *ill rot be liable lor aiaeta ao rji-tnb .led ui try port ilioreof to MB) person M pnaon. of whrna debt or elaim I ahall not then have had notier And all prnoiii indebtexl tn the >uld MMata or* requeued lo —Itle their aeronnt. wilh me without dela. Dated lhl 4th tM ol Julv. IMI E M. SMIUITONT.. Khig'i •Wllrit.i. ft Til*n NOTICE HUBERT DA COSTA PORTF. ideeeotedi NOTICE IS IIEREHV CIVEN thai all pflMM h-vlng any dant or elaiie..aai'i-l the Eatate ol Hubert DaCoatu l-nrte. drce-aed. late of Oil tent Hoa-t off lieirmtiient Hill, in the parlan ol Saint Michael. In thi. lalantl. who died on the nth day ol May IMI intmuta are rei,ir>t-ii n. M-nd in uartl.-ulara ol their clalma dol..tlenled to the d n dariHWed la-otta Onieta PortiC" • BajruM B Griffith. *nlullrv ..f No 12 High Street. ... %  barton the 5th day ol September IMI alt, r which tUte *e •hall proceed to (l.tribute Ihe a'to* the UeceaMHl among the parlle* entitled thereto n. claima of whkh e ...>l! then Ivave ha] i.otice .it.d we will not be Imbl* fo. ihe „aaet. or any part theraal > dlaVlbttlM to any p*raon of whoae debt or claim we %  hall not then have had notice. And all peraon. Indebted I %  reajueat'd ,1,1X*)TTA OMETA POItTT Qualified Admlnl.trnln* o( th. Eatate of Hubert DaCoiti J%3rte. tdeceaaedl. SE HABLA ESPA.VOI4)1(11 VI Al. CURIOS. SOUVENMBS. ANTIQUES, IVORY, JEWELS. SILKS Etc. HUMS A Today's G. A. Suf T-EA lor \ 1 WO "Cnn't you sec how happy we would be . With GAS iDrtallcd FOR SALE STEEl IH11.MS LIMITED QUANTITY of GOOD SECOND-HAND STEEL DRUMS For further particular* apply— K. R. HUNTE & CO.. LTD. Dial S02T AR m*a Duuae sr, K Blue. In e..ell. n roHT ROYAL Q Televhone J04 UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER ELECTRICAL P1ULCO RBTKICEMATOR f, tJ bic ft Pull width freer fig i hamber Bfimd rani unit Heconditioned througnuii, may be impeded at Leo Yard. Cheapaide. Applt II 1 Smith St. Philip. T T SI i i t, ••. ..-. %  i \::i. i > %  %  .iu VT..I.V %  imoat new condlt.on. one "Frtgiaajeeand one "Prlnceia Alao aome Brw Fllgidalre laflllMatOII •till in et^. at otir n. %  mi i i B'reel. raah or 'errna K l( n n B io. Ltd IT.7 M in from the 1 Row in in n.r HarrH %  Bale V1NCT.M1 LIVKSTCH K 1 .. BBTOCtt %  oat. Apply; Mta MISCELLANEOUS (.: >te Ho.e. Within a abort while you may be the winner ol one of the follow Inft— lit Prlie tM W. Bid Prlie to 00. I.UI-MD %  MM Tim lli.Hiiiuii! M-ni r %  tinna frr>rn Mr' Worrell I *"• ••" i M houarhold furniture M Hank H.il X Road oppoaite I Tl-urwlai .u-.t Ihe lHh July. IMI t I .,'ckrk The .ale In. Piano. Mahog anting, MM hardwood. 1 %  %  v. I... Waggon gad I latoad M. MBM dreaaing i.,l,le. night ehan. wa.h.Und. knenen table, and praean, glaaa and i china ware, kitchen uientiu and many • (on ii.im-ni. | Caih DARCY A BCOTT. AtMtl l-l IM.H KOTHIS Tan rmti per ato:e Una on •eaak-daai and 11 rrnfa par ooalo liae on Sn-da|ia. minimum rhor B e |1 10 on u-e.-*-doy nnj |l M on 5ndav*ra.*Kii %  recoinmeiiaad Knight a Ltd. rowi m %  FARM" POWDEBED Ft'LL CHEAM M-LK-Supieme quality and only M 13 per ft-tb tin and |1 00 per l-1b On Get a tin to-day from vour grocer or Drug Store and try the beat milk oblalr.able The ft-lh f NOTICE %  ally thaake r %  r I '.I. I \IUM 1AMAW.II Tit**, oHern %  acelveU to Mil. lull A I Ta kH I ul Dl-I 4100 I" ; "1u. RECORDS: Charlie Kuni. Bine. 8*lng and it will order lor you if %  haven't got It In it nek A Barnr. 4 Co Lid PI 1*1 I f t. WELDING MATERIALS in gaiM ol %  %  and 10 • altn brol %  teel and (tun fur Acetylene weldi Enquire Auto Tvra Com pan v. Tra gar and Spry "treela Phone ?4M WAItTTKl* urn Charge treek tl •< JJiinrfdM 14 lOOrda — reati 0 word icerK-4 ationa are Invited for the poit ol st Lucy a Alm.nnuM ry of PM0O per nwrnlh Unllonnn d quarter, p.mlued Appllcanlt full reruflCBtrd midwivn ane i..re.-f„i .andldale mini com. lutlea on the 2Jth Auguat lliftl laliont will be received by ma "| day 4lli Ai.aii.t lM Mil I KFANF. <; I'Mii". St Lucy H.T.ai Pa NOTICE M r>| i i AI'PI.ICM IONI 11 %  „t MM %  %  "Ml %  100ed OK .said'iff HELP sTFN(i<:iiAl'Hiat Voting prt of Shorthand T.| IM % % %  %  Haating* Btd) lf th .1. Ai>i'. 1 IP 1 51 bi tawTBD* "vui'ii .: .* : %  '. %  M % %  1 Apply In pei.on n> 1i v> Factory. Pruliii old Bun %  tnati ta aavlkataM he P.. II %  %  %  .,... .-. %  :-i in vM. at 10 ollock VAI.D :. TRiMiiAn LB A at .noi.iis i in "A vacanc ealata for a lleliet M" anagereaa. Previoua t'\" lerlna lor redauranu ot mllar experience II BaaBpMl lubtr.i'ted Ii Wrtlln| Sealed T. %  %  -ill be i. reived a' -^iiirday. tn itBI. for the Man of EKO 1 il a rate %  a c eadl M 4 per annum, I lie repaid in three equal irulalmenU • E1M earn, commenrini In the month < October. 1M3 A. T KINO Clerk St fo ; I 2 PIANOS ;* and other Musica! Things|oa. Ill M tl* Fieeirtc Pick-up Bnkelite Arma It Head* U Bua n rtM NEW II-. PopuUr and CUtairal. TJc — Gramophone Record* •C lO 40r nt'v IL. S. WILSON I spnv ^T. I DIAL 40M „ K V.! NOTICF .H HT.KXAY orvi %  ; ti!.a-r.~r" i ,h intention oi Ur> CO 13 7.11n "' %  h T* l 'J'' '"'."'",' r FOR mi HAYttFH UFMORItL •t HOUI A RESIDENT MATROf* iwhlt ta tWRM Dullea lo be IMI Appl' %  I Cotnmiaai'Mlai -.1 lo H %  n. i be obtained. MISCELLANEOl ^ rnoiriot w tsroi F.XPEniFNt IH 1 %  r other work to do al home he ui" i and IITa ntivelv. and : alia %  i *. %  .' tnapertoi 40 .uma n4 %  ind B"<"l %  rival t i. %  %  li.-iii-o thii 14ir day ot July. lH. CARJILNUTfJN a> SEALV. for ihe Cornmlaaionera of Htlhway* tor thParti • n La It -. I ... HARBOUR LOG In Carliilr Bay 13 COME ON "FORT TOWNSHEND K THIRTEEN paaacneert arrivi btra ffvaitidas by ihe ss Fan luwnahrRd which nailr.i In fFOfTl fhillp New York via Halifiiu I Grenada. Eighty-eighT I tranalt pasarnfem \vr>rr> on board aVuki The Fart Tonahrnd brou) i64 ban:, nf nunmfiil and mp| %  I pukled meat, shoe., ajastwa loih and paint from Ne>w York "vatpoo! Film H:ill(;.V ItC DrOUghl IM •%  :iuoner Ain. : gBltad fUh and 20 casi , T ot oranCN tmonr otl i from Trinidad. In.' rort Tuunahrnd !-i i a>t for New \ .\fartin(|ue, Anii-u.t. S; Kitta unit St Thncnan. A. -i friar Si' I David ton Sri aan M AKklV tl I %  i .da %  I .... A,i..llary n II seh. i %  ''apt Ullara, l I I %  .ivii'lienrf Paitnei. mi t.,n MAIL NOTICE %  Constructor' Loads Sugar At Speightntown A ship. Ihe S S Atroa Partnn %  vaa at Bridgetown yesterday load nif; 1.500 ton* of sugar Tha AaBBB Partntr Iff: ft nlfht tor Canada ajp The r-aiaaHaai (^tvalm.i.^ hag bffn at Rpcights*". moal a week* now la I %  mil ha* a few more Oa port. World\\ ide Exchange Of Farming Knowledge SHIPPING NOTICES t %  %  watrh the three R 'ill' >f t: n American The Hindu farmtt i^daaal hU teaaal bt-fonhis face, '..itcrtlpa tou.hlnj in til %  The Amtiicar rrting wtlh iheotiiet-. Mi. .tiidt. Shu Achmv.ru %  e.e 'qu-re and atronc. The • OH K %  I lin\\., %  o Lha land FhH hatles< sahib, on i. was explaining. * % %  r-Mn lh. %  %  %  • Uiis ...l casutjj -II Dkueh a was* stalk from ba path's adata? w -1 u II walla alp grave ayaa stared %  p and tlou lajainT There was no nc-cd DM roroa bar*. Tin paati Quickly, Shu Aehraui u to ihi' Kiounil. acooped up a handful ol hla loam and handed it to the Amerumi. -Aah tPala %  ... ... Navti befora hava w* seen an Amerlcpn fanner Wr> ha told that all runarkana 1ch ta ndiiiK in urcitt iron %  %  Bi I ha iik.one ol us J>r. Raymond W Mill. dan, In ttM rjna ol • %  dei ui* Rural I i %  .i(i,l A^TTaCUlUire Oraanlaatlon .if th.Nations, rubbad Iht ii.mdfui f %  il ,'.irr(.. ..,linger' H. ion, tn ls| turn \tiit • % %  ;.. \m %  Idea-lscHa w Pn loi has loitc been a dan of slav<;-. to ui. India's I inner*. U %  %  %  %  %  %  MiI'rrtrliicii.in Thailand, UlUer and stcAicoo, $**"< •aCV nftKH %  NF. tn'.I I w -.1 Kl t( E AI(-(M i prodiH-i3.M0 p..uml: i. ...II .,.,, I.-^I.I ^„.J. ..^.., ted techniqu. %  ri %  hing in ratun k-fa Hi. M ledge %  %  • da in th, ulled St. ant In know .. ,1 hldl \ aaca Un %  %  i i in tinHaMlt hidip aa u a and uie seed in PUasaCI %  FrancItal Is rla '' I'akUtan. Tha *i Miller r* /MMMi IS, | IM.it p IMAJ) %  <.! July, • il %  I ABVMMTiSE in th f imori/arV I y MiiU'i m % %  me in th. tha Nile River, water b.iffa.i(. wan for milk %  had %  where plon** and pota i ttermenl d i Irtvar I %  %  U I ui Hlatorj %  : %  %  i lb %  nrVonted 11 : %  I: Murli Alikt•Tell Mr. Achmuru," ana pratt^ much %  iiikifvnj whenoo earth. Wf .. with i hi dirt, .ind leie rain. It ig a In.nth emhleim ant dimot be concaalad i beaan hoena gaKatru whan I a u alx vear* i drove .i wati I >i lied ii. with II mule rather than a cam*!, hi the I'mUil States, we farmai are %  .ipitJliata a thai we own our land. Hut wo are to n a to nan I Shn Achmuru said ah pl>. Il .• .i Broader I have often had. But, alas, when out read, there is only rumour and gossip, too often b> rnati ol aalflpli itcrest. I am asking too much, perhaps, but could lha examine my onions from the iiandpolnt and tell us %  .i -h. r.nin . f which wa have hem i much" sensing the rnaajniM ol ahil Achmuru's gestures. Dr. Milli*r .-jrhed fur the hoe and with om' hop defilv lifted an oils root stru.'ure up from Poor .stink to begin with," he Bid, peering at the sptmllv rOOtl l n Dial, there are minei : in tha POil I legume crop, | lid help him bflU I %  Shn Arhmuru'* gyai l 'in ti. Inn lad mlemk.1 l..i i crop With ihera i tej ed. p< hap '"" i-nn advise ma H tared • again, Win about the mule and ol Amerlc" Il but Bar i ahort while. %  • king iiftici.ii of thg Indian Depu bi AgTleultura, repented the question in English. Raj Milk l| shrill hnlloo.from Shrl Achmuru. led by i wavii | .. I in rp returning sh' iifighbounng hold*. Ti i d, Von lia ICClure In the I I. %  ..., II ror a ceni .... laM „i, ifi.,,.„ ^ .. : t'l ulli.-i : i %  IS, %  '' l il had turned and inl it Y 'Uiiih.ii a/in 11 " % '' t,ti! tl G %  .. i Shn N.II.IM tnei task* Six ir.<., • v ng built along the Nile i i igrleultur 1 .itid i oiisuiiiti I ., 11 knowii %  i'h. I n " fmllt alf.n the Nile .-hii',1 tfuippinca. sir,. .., M M lC hmuru %  run '..v. (ithor aKamplaa of lion Thero wy ,i„. agrtrullui t hcolai \ %  implement dealei They wiv %  m the u %  khM • %  Mbi %  11> thai '... mg> Mich as Shrl %  turnuii pjchjgh ol itael tim Motcluinln Complain through protocol Ni • %  man of th< ih.it the rtghl to %  lid liniitti .ui own effnrl lh I I n s | . M 11 it 1 g IMIMUMi I PA i .is, % 4 ., i. \,in i ..>-. i. i %  i ii.M.ro \i TME 1 i:\tll\l. IMI'lHtll H WANTED. A V h>fl i %  cessful apj : .i similar moott) daJPBatidlng on lha n.;. App|) H, ,. Libmltthig %  A Paaaport I'h'irent! 1 I I I rmti I i :.-!< the OOVCI ah lha and 'i thmk that Governm impli the Prli i i' loi tl n U tl %  %  RATES OF EXCHANGE %  M 74- pr I Draft' 00 TH Coua-f^*' The Mule the edge '' %  pateii. Dr. Miller hog,,,,. | ., ( lad you galced about tlv c ir it hap one thing In rommoii with tha fanner SOU I %  aen.e. \. bUndl) i with. In Asln thenan fanner, are Bvvrywherc ii tht world II. the rarmer -till fornM I of the woil'iv .. he must proceed from underatandoig and frot Mea Ffi Ma %  -fir. i owner. tnd ran give him. There he km w %  %  wot id peace. n tie tha borrowed it Irom is we borrowed the rueumliotthe agajhlaest, I ,,i %  tors here in Indll II was almos: ip To a rapt audideacribed feneil • mineral and even ihe I ling programn < eg Of tl'i I %  %  %  I : . Ii lnnd< of Indian, bettei uah pond's i %  tation projecte into Palestine a-. I m the lengthen%  i well In the name tillage. Whifpers Iron he said : would bring us e riA.iu.; \o\n m < • iiOOKKItS i %  tiax book lurfct Raaekla i .i. i 11 %  ig | lull %  %  • i i i ,,. %  rede re COLOI RFO VIRI i lllla . RI Ml 'im i: il MORE VEHICLES LICENSED % %  . Bl MM hael U| %  %  %  % %  | i ondred and thii %  %  %  %  • ear up I (if.; private cars. 101 r %  IM lorries. 113 %  %  hired cat %  Mnne $44 046 91 last year 1 %  -(•• % %  t II. a BOOKF.R-S Cl'doi) IJIUC. 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0-^kM* KSTABLISHLLI ; >A i %  %  %  / || • %  ,* €ease*fid talks progressing: i < it m on agenoK •4 Ei % I \ l ^prepared to help Spain '. '. _ strengthen her armed forevi *V \\U AIBd troops it^lct littlr *"* •* %  ufrcii i.gains! stiff rest) I1II\I\I Jaraaj Jo*' W.Mcotl knocks **" s % %  .i.t /. ,rc: i h rl in levwoth CEASE-FIRE TALKS HIT SNAG Key Up Issue Hold the Agenda U.N. ADVANCED BASE, Korea, July 18. J^ DISPUTE ovi DM unnamed "key issue" blocked the completion of the agenda for the> Korean OHM 'iis at today's .sixth armistice meet:.'..: , Kaesong. An official U.N.| report of today's ronlerence said that additional! progress has Men made, however, and solid agree ment reached or. two major agenda points. There was no • r n of the "key issue" which, held up the comp ition of the njenda, but it hasi been believed thai earlier UN. and Communis 1 1 teams were at odds over Chinese demands for an' immediate cease fire. It guarantees for keeping it to be worked out later. Uiied Troops Inch Forward A U N II ono >•. solve: i . %  %  sjpHiMon thai lbs tns KMI1II.II.I1 pT". %  : %  I HUl .11. Mint thai tffti | factorily The two Turnei Joy, enloi U N %  phraseology pi : standing Of I • %  Take Time Off Tha r\ .%  m moalln %  moved "rath* %  t., laiifuag) Three langu Korean, nml K-i. ' %  ment 1 is %  li II Wll I fan Sodfad oriels \ %  morning; papers -the rime* oi London and Lord Bat %  i uiation n*tiy Bapreee• t..! U* 1. I '.I. %  :: propMcal lor ,i dim I milii between tha U B The Tlmrt WhWtl ilwa) fol lo wi l lovenuneni i i M i harp] I Conui unlem. C ninh forces in the five years %  oul >i IH'I once 11 a he plans hli i %  nol i"' poll in tin* elarrh talks will I-' aitUWu.m o. '.'. %  ruck at United ;ii Kumhwa. '/'/,.. Hi., foul.** I lie tsifs issue T Lai >e ii N and I antly apUl on the question of W thai tha u.s should enti %  I i I ppneltion." I r (Wight foi thraa %  | %  i r ; %  The Reds toaW thai %  Tha \N ha held thai the coencllre should armlatlca t after guai sure art-t: from n hall m sliootina. Xha Un i lies In K %  .: Si the prcdaj A; I..-.,. Baltic Catiuahiefl HtNQTON, .;..! %  %  %  Ui ed Sutca fogllatti Asks lor \fu Elections Lad) Copptfrt Do More Than Men (flnrri 11 • • < jHij IS lahi I dared until. I. %  • -ttt leal tl tll.nl b '• thr i.f .( ii. ; ., ,l„: i %  hull aaaa nrat v.p. %  %  %  %  HI lijthtmu %  1 %  %  1 1 I I 1 SENATOR CRITICISE TRl M 1 \ WA*III.N(... I] I Tmman i %  1 I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I JCaDenounce I -S. Policj Far Franco Spain %  I %  %  %  %  I %  %  1 t late i si when UM Con %  I I %  %  tehoti: I I "'%  %  ROME 1 %  i t-. diasotva i' i %  %  %  %  Ital Kin:u.di I I I ..i : %  i routine with all i %  i. %  % %  %  r . , i, i %  %  t i-IP Coaciliatioii Is Poseihle FOR RITA AND ALY %  %  IJ lo meet |h< : i % %  n Hollywood. Crum mi", ri I %  %  A worth'w sonal < -' PTnunao Promleea \il For Flood irea Jul) ^a rtood nrii Mi %  9 %  %  Foreign Troops Must Go Says Red Agency LONDON. July 18. THK SOVIET newe Bgencj Tass %  aid that i Imp ops withdraw from Korean tenil %  %  %  r i %  I ategoM %  %  %  %  %  (.i i ithoyl To-day's Wc:.ther Chart .17 a.m. run I am.. Low Tide 10 4-fiO Korei."—C*. Henriquea Named Chaiffinan <>i The W eat Indian lul> LOND %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I %  . i .. %  I %  %  IK22. %  ii •< %  guard %  %  %  %  %  1 i. | i Ui Bui i thai %  i with *:<• %  i i\\(v Concerned Over Debn Of \ laaa %  %  i i.ui with i ..I. %  % %  %  %  to a i Umax II i %  I9.W. rVeakened Barrtara %  %  %  %  %  Ur Spain ich aa I -. %  %  %  %  %  i %  i Cholera In Egypt | ANWtIA, J I i : Mmla%  I th OrRaii%  i .r. v %  %  %  i %  hi (iirl Arrested For Smuggling %  1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Blylh %  I %  %  %  %  %  i ii told < r i %  I I i Different Light %  %  I %  I %  .!ii llghi %  %  i H n gur%  mrj b it %  .... i %  %  how t" IP it l %  lhe proi %  ; %  i Holland %  %  : I %  %  %  %  %  %  % % %  -if Chinese Resisting Red Rule In IYi|>iiig %  I bias) ilber on . %  India Will Sign Japanese Peace Treat) WA8HINOTI IN %  i r-randsco Thrre has l>een snmr lion m the Am< : India mil r I %  %  no bid %  %  I %  %  I • .., next wr<-k hut wOuM Russian Lullaby IV Gasperi ^ppcala MAYER WILL TRY TO 1 FORM NEW GOVT. lor Trieste WAI il) IR Dean %  %  In the Bu to lull An i called thNI wa % %  %  %  %  %  %  L' P. %  18. I I M %  %  l l' %  %  igning. -IT I .V Ageixl Off To Korea %  i %  K %  i thoueSi n ihat I i I %  I %  %  U Four \greeOn V'ui For Tito i i %  %  i %  urtr ntrnt'iirr %  %  %  %  I %  %  I %  I —If Thr "ADVOCATE' pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night. Farm I'nftulalion Down 5,000,000 %  %  Th.%  %  hod in 1916 %  %  i i'.



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PACK TWO I'. Mil! Mius \II\IK ATI TIII'KSDAV, Jl'I.V l. 1S.1I T 1 ro;,'.K.,,^..,,„e;ii 1 '"sTI IIK.VT tl.XIIIIII II A >III.I.IOV\llll Street for Ihe greater par %  trig, taking pu'.urcs unit .iddmg colour lo the town bright dresses, shirts, broadhiimmed hai I passenger* teok advantage* of Ihe lour around the by car. Later In the evening thc\ converged on the Dagg.iifc warehouse all looking M urenday. The ship BM night for St. Vincent. Police Supt. M IAN I'ATON WM *t t-rd;i\ U) meet i..i ii m iha \. plnne from Trl Ii< i< PoUdB Superintendent Jr. Port-cf-Spaln and hai tor <• short holiday. He 11 staying with Mi iffcW parents ltd Mi*. I) I.. Johnson in a dens. On Honeymoon S MMDDfQ :n. 11 in >I ,e> moon %  %  I ll.irbudos are Mr. and MrsI • FhOf arrived I from Vencruela and are slaying at the Ccean Vhra HoMl Mrs. Prince is the former bar •< m i"t In student ol I Sign School Here For A Month M i;, and MRS. A L v i N KKR mid their daughter Lynettc Bjw m from Tnninilh':. holiday m Barbados. They are slaying at their houae "Weal Wego." SI. James. Accompanying them ( i uier whoa* husband is n drilling Superintendent with Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd. She plans to be here for about one week. L-ynette who mi %  < former tu| ili> tli-siiline Convent now attend-the Aaadenuj at 81 Joseph in New York. She Is Bpandlng QM Summer holidays with her parent"*. Her brother Glenn is at present in CaliP.rnla. Mr* HUNT1N0D0N HARTFORD Modest Millionaire Hepburn Goes Down With The Jungle Jeebies Six Expectant Fathers Report To The Doctor ABOARB THE PADDLBgjYKAMFK LIGAK1I II VICTORIA (Nile), S BOOTH Katherine Hcpbur who is 5(1 per rent he cast ill "Afrit i raWn The camera en i staying in bed, and oid soui The aaoaai nude a eevan-bc 'lp up the river to o:ti" Hi vork (Of four days. rkO' pudding db i hours, nd champagne for Group A caa* || is .ill dM lO fatigue, ton i unldontlenbarn hotbi na to call ........ .-.... ^ hy ,:' 1 >,u IV| Bac.il. Hopbura nj nu>." Pliniouraphs %  %  k in the sun. -mi %  "i bug which t ouhet. So this show-I mat ship, m which i .iy. with Lnureen Bai-nll. whutti othti ~ touchaa padding around OHY '" not,*_hern an two men Ilka I 11 %  '' it.s about most of Nightingale, m this trip. One u her break the meno to n %  %  other Ihla aflarnoon beeenaan %  •* i i 'loiogmphs theatre Humphic' ol them, and alsn ol *>• I lego r I—the otlie. half of the —now deed—are in her cabin. %  ad quite • %  ..:< %  lapburn puts bar Baal on the both attacked by the jigtfer lb .. I I hUha about Tnaay Ilwhieh Ukea to lay ll ngga In iha one ihe great taJanti m feet. '" Kui'ipe tu see her .mil 1 ive made Ihe safari to %  %  Bui ha had I ..V Hepburn. Hartfbrd says: "I do a little wriling myself His wife adds: ONE nf Amen, novel now." H •' is a slim girl blna blue eyes | b ii Huntlngton Hartfoi I, her huaba n d at ,• dramatic school. grandson of the foundei ol lh> Kartlord plans lo let h.i ad U> .f his films Then daughter, \ month-Old Kalhy. has been lios Angeles. %  th H Hartford on tin* trip His dark hair is OaJ Urst to Europe, is her slater wiih gray Thouj i •> %  • 21 loloan-btonde Awaiting them mi the Hiviera i not run the buabw it. %  HaVfool cUeoal rachl With %  ud party "f friends they will crufee Round Trip M RS. ALPKEO COMPTON of Michael, i olng by i! w i.\ i ni to jeen here since July Oth on holiday, Mr. Bratl Is returning to Venezuela via Trinidad He is :m ac-counlunt with don COfc, in Hf waa staying at the Hotel Royal. Also leaving foi Trinidad to-day are Hon. 11 A. Cuke, Mr. CyHI Merry and Mr All.ni VMrg, John A. Hdiifurd, buth uver 70. %  shall tat.i -caponstI Hartfn' d I ducer, luu hut fim.hed .i pletun \ Next yi | il.OOOOOT pm)eel to build a "theati bl l-iAngeles. li .ii lie two theatj %  an art galfc and nl ht ilub The position U on W I Boulevard, Loi At Mile Hartford hai i p* i Hunlington Hartfoid POundOtl m, set up a year ago lo help I %  and musicians. They lit tages on %  i "ire i le, which has Its own cany, i expects to have about living there th< %  moss w mm .' ii < i f 0 H— 9 %  F — %  i i i r •L. r rr f ' %  — "1 1 1" With U.S. Naval Bflso DONALD BROWN who is stationed with i %  %  i i magiei in 11. I'll* KPIIt K unto iw-nr.1 n pureoM. n. i m-t ftprs. (VI T U> *M iiseosd ''< %  uit'ear. iti Itrilrrute mi |fl. Vehicle. 13) ISrha L inurli ii ( tt. Colour, Nv;il Bas, .. from that colony yeeterdaj allei'*. FSSZJPm . Son iB S i h area B kSlew S£ Tai the H04OI %  Among the bin ba has latkm 'i %  : i in--! about one year. He will l*twaot) ihicc m (X'lober. Broth M R. GEORGi: BHXPPARD, B W I A*. Overhaul -Supervisor arrived from Trinidad yesterday. He is du< Trinidad today. Be Mr. Andrew Sbeppard of the Confederation Life Associations branch in Coming in on the same 'plane Mi M .... Ol UM Globe Theatre, who was in Trinidad on a Iwo-day vi-u. The jiKger •-pilE dOCtpr 'alls .n Fupi. the 1 Afi wan wawid lo gaon and oparatn. He doe—with d nning ncedl*—and out comes (he jigger UMnplntB With m-M th" i/nf .i pin's head Nn broubl it all. But no Europe.m have done It, Bogart and I-ewm are DOW "walking wounded and the anvj t averyona who hai not had % %  jigger. The mom uujiarable man In the. ship is John Huston, the director. i. pMdbye i IWore be sailetl up 'lie Nile in a scene which (Of bled Napoleon's farewell to his troops before Elba Spenea is any boa I wanted i "woman of the Ttai %  avar met and ne that on the flral i %  %  ,. ' 1 was ;i dim.in itlng %  %  an, and awful Ho %  MI. though.' i ion when Hi pburn said lo Tracy: "Shall i i too tail for you?" Bald Tracy: %  'i i | I'.l s.*,,, cut you down lo my si/e." There are different reactions i iha btua of Africa Hueton rave] in it and laarna SwahUL Lauren Bacall tacklitin' though it were the I Her favourlh Around him is all the game in rtmuno mm is mu •" %  %  %  1ri ,.. s ,, rs mfi 1Bl the world, but he .ann-l "" '*' thing. Thli la a reserve an >-whlrS is a whr ban hei the Dan %  warden i vaiy Met Thara is plenty of time for talk. Before the bug gol her, B.B.C. Radio Programme ihort blue legs. The Menuahlfa Lad] two-piece." Unhappy censor DOGART. In eOTI 'J' khaki, ignores the tsetse and hippo fHos and says: "Al V I il my dish of tea. old hoy. not Brittafa company made ihe pre* illm Afuc.i Dae) Jamee Mason. The Idea was given up because it would have dimcult, and Africa was too far. There is another probe* censor Is not happ. %  bout the idea of a man and a woman sailing downstream together in a small boat and falling in love before attempting to blow up a German gunboat. "There is no counteracting moral uplift.'" said the ccnsoi. To mollify him—even though the woman is the sister of a mi*kionary—the script now provide*. for a marriage service to take place before the final fadeoul. Is it really necessary to come all the way lo Africa to make the film? Already some of the more cynical members of Ihe unit claim that parts of the jungle look remarkably like Epping. and that places on the Nile could be For Maidenhead—if it weren't for the crocodiles that banks. The real Mrl o> T HIS heresy is rejected by Bogart and Huston. "You have lo figh, the jungle all the time." says Bogart. "And that gets into your performance and adds to it. I don't fall for all Ihis 'M) arl iprecious' stufl. Acting to me is just a job of work in factory But OUt here you ilnii't iH-ed lo have *ca1 spi i 1 ed on your foiwhaad to show it is bat H ll damn hof LotO Tuniimt the dOStOf make, his rounds again. The unit is reapOOdlng to treatment, and ahaking off the jungle rafifAW and stomach WOffiM •Wmk tan start again tomorn w when rhe four daya' break i.v 'r." he says. Life hould soon lie back to normal in the Show Boal dka r the BlOOn at night, and turning, with an audience of baboons I inka during the %  Mach mo\i|tiitors N i ItudAL will also mean Ihis. Than Ii %  sane coming up in which a cloud of mosquitoes Ihe couple In 'ieir iioat Plenty of mosquito* here, but tlic\ arc not camcraconaaieaa Bo preperationa are nand-ln to be fmind for Ihe moaqultoea-Hii.n-biiitig stand-ins. The best suggestion tu dale is that feathers should lie shredded into small ptaci tinThat's filming In Afi I. I ^ THE tough infantry sergean:m*Jor had nevei ailed anything— until Iha day his wife tolu httn he was going to be a father. Then trie resolute man who bad fought through Nortn Africa and Italy without on I waB suddenly aeized wftl pains in the chesi. Doctors could find nothing wrong with him. But as the months dragged by. DM leg muscles wtUch had carried him amarliy over the parade ground began to woken. Gradually he became a nervou* wreck He did not recover until after the baby was born This osc-rccord is %  %  leported by a London nerve specialist as evidence thai prosr.thers sometimes suffer a* much as mothers during th. waiting months. The paternal sufferings which he reports range from severe %  aaaaaah ache to pain in iha neck. One lather-to-be, a 27-year-old i-x-H.A.F to hospital with violent stomach ache after hearing thai waa going to have a aaeond chili Buxaaena removed his appendix Bui the pain eontti i spread. Ilr. ThsmaFreeman, neurosis expert of the Tovistock Clinic, who interrogated Ihe pilot, found he had been taken ill with severe Ptomach cramp while his wife was having their first baby. "Paternal pain" probably has a straightforward pyschological explanation. Dr. Freeman believes. It may be Ihe unOOO CARIBBEAN "~7| PREMIERE! to repressed memories hood jeaio rival of a youngei Five doetl %  misulte,! tola in. ih.ii case* ol paternal pain" arc quite common. Five mothers to whom I passed on this news s*id they were delighted to hear it. Cure The Cat A ilRE lor tne Hu-but far oniy in a at g h ai been discovered at a London hospital. Sneering caut were |bn injections of a sulpha drug every 12 hours. -The proportion of cats and kittens shu^ni; -viuptonv was greatly reduced compared udh previous ettaa) Ilr Patricia ^eo raportJi Heavy welfhts ^ BIKMINtiHAM doctors who K recorded ihe weightnew-born babies have dB l Bablea imrn al home are half a pound he ... age than those born in hospital*. '_' A HMdicr'* aCOOd child imon often haavlar than her oral I Older wamen have heavier Brat babies than young mothers. Rumour Inquiry -t THE BELIEF that people add blU on to a rumour as it passes from mouth to mouth has been contradicted by experiments carried out at Liverpool l'niver*it> Dr. T. M. Hicham found that any distortion is nearly alway; due to over-simplification of the bj the cllmlnatim ol LAJ details. AVIAIIC fUJB CINEMA MnriMn iiniyi HERB^R; WIICCX ANNA NEACLE IN HIP UIMiSI PtBIOBHtllCt MNCI -VICTOBIATKI CRIAT' For a aeVUfeaia a DRESS see BROADWAY DRESS SHOP DRESSES in Nylontaffeta, organdie-tafetta. walTlc-piciuo, shot taffeta, sheers, silks. DRESSES for the beach in cotton. African prints, inen. seersucker Beach ensembles — from SC.M 6V.W/AW//.V//.'.


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
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Publication Date: Thursday, July 19, 1951
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held up the comp ition of the njenda, but it hasi
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.iddmg colour lo the town
bright dresses, shirts, broad-
hiimmed hai
I passenger* teok advantage*
of Ihe lour around the
by car. Later In the evening thc\
converged on the Dagg.iifc ware-
house all looking M
uren- day. The ship
BM night for St. Vincent.
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MIAN I'ATON WM *t
t-rd;i\ U) meet
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\. plnne from Trl
Ii< i- < PoUdB Superintendent
Jr. Port-cf-Spaln and hai
tor < short holiday. He 11
staying with Mi iffcW parents
ltd Mi*. I) I.. Johnson in
a dens.
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SMMDDfQ :n. 11 in>i,e> moon
I ll.irbudos are Mr. and
Mrs- I FhOf arrived
I from Venc-
ruela and are slaying at the
Ccean Vhra HoMl
Mrs. Prince is the former
'
bar < m i"t In
stu-
dent ol I Sign School
Here For A Month
Mi;, and MRS. a L v i N
KKR mid their daugh-
ter Lynettc Bjw m from Tnni-
nilh':.
holiday m Barbados. They are
slaying at their houae "Weal
Wego." SI. James.
Accompanying them
( i uier whoa* hus-
band is n drilling Superintendent
with Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd.
She plans to be here for about
one week.
L-ynette who mi < former tu-
| ili> tli-siiline Convent
now attend-- the Aaadenuj at 81
Joseph in New York. She Is
Bpandlng QM Summer holidays
with her parent"*. Her brother
Glenn is at present in Cali-
P.rnla.
Mr* HUNT1N0D0N HARTFORD
Modest Millionaire
Hepburn Goes Down With
The Jungle Jeebies
Six Expectant Fathers
Report To The Doctor
ABOARB THE PADDLBgjYKAMFK LIGAK1I II
VICTORIA (Nile),
S BOOTH
Katherine Hcpbur
who is 5(1 per rent
he cast ill "Afrit
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raWn The camera en
i staying in bed, and
oid soui
The
aaoaai nude a eevan-bc
'lp up the river to
o:ti" Hi
vork (Of four days.
rkO' pudding db .
i hours,
nd champagne for Group A caa*
|| is .ill dM lO fatigue, ton
i unldontl-
enbarn
hotbi
na to call
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k in the sun. -mi
"i bug which t
ouhet.
So this show-I mat ship, m which
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.iy. with Lnureen Bai-nll. whutti
othti ~ touchaa padding around ohy '" not,*_hern an two men
Ilka I 11 '' it.s about most of
Nightingale, m this trip. One u her
break the menoton other
Ihla aflarnoon beeenaan * i i 'loiogmphs
theatre Humphic' ol them, and alsn ol *>
I lego r Ithe otlie. half of the now deedare in her cabin.
ad quite ..:< lapburn puts bar Baal on the
both attacked by the jigtfer lb .. I I hUha about Tnaay Il-
whieh Ukea to lay ll ngga In iha one ihe great taJanti m
feet. '" Kui'ipe tu see her .mil
1 ive made Ihe safari to
..... Bui ha had I
..V Hepburn.
Hartfbrd says: "I do a little
wriling myself His wife adds:
ONE nf Amen, novel now."
H ' is a slim girl
blna blue eyes |
b ii Huntlngton Hartfoi I, her huaband at , dramatic school.
grandson of the foundei ol lh> Kartlord plans lo let h.i ad U>
.f his films Then daughter,
\ month-Old Kalhy. has been
lios Angeles.
th H Hartford on tin* trip
His dark hair is OaJ Urst to Europe, is her slater
wiih gray Thouj i > 21 loloan-btonde
Awaiting them mi the Hiviera
i not run the buabw it. HaVfool cUeoal rachl With
ud party "f friends they will crufee
Round Trip
MRS. ALPKEO COMPTON of
Michael,
i olng by i! w i.\
i ni to j Capt. Compton -if the Schooner
C M.W. Ipana. Mrs. Compton
will be making B round trip
ihrtmgli the West Indies.
En-rout* to Featival
Mil D, BVAfl
of the Agricultural Dapl t
Brttlah Qulana It In Uarlmdos on
g h .it visit. He is on his way to
the U.K. to attend t*ie FMUva] "f
Britain. During his stay bare he
is the guest of his brother Mr.
T A. Wason of Oeact-s Road.
Long Leave
MR. EDWARD MARTIN
tant Agricultural Office)
Antigua, who la on Uu
long leave h:is sponl
from thai
,,.'.,r- ..'i T i <\ by R.W.I.A
*.i tin here until
n : i i etui riinn in
Antigua. While in Rarbados ne
i his brother-in-
law at ButUls I'Liiilalion. St.
QaoMja.
Leaving: Today
MR. NESTOR RAIZ, Director of
Br.UU-i-, Lid. i- due lo leave
thll aftartlOOn lor Trinidn R.W.I.A. Expecled lo leave by
the samp 'plane is Mr. Alex
'.: n who ha* t>een here since
July Oth on holiday, Mr. Bratl Is
returning to Venezuela via Trini-
dad He is :m ac-counlunt with
don COfc, in
Hf waa staying at the
Hotel Royal.
Also leaving foi Trinidad
to-day are Hon. 11 A. Cuke, Mr.
CyHI Merry and Mr All.ni VMrg,
John A. Hdiifurd, buth uver 70.

shall tat.i -caponst-
I
Hartfn' d I ducer, luu
hut fim.hed .i pletun
\ .
Next yi | il.OOOOOT
pm)eel to build a "theati
bl l-i- Angeles.
li .ii lie two theatj
an art galfc and nl ht
ilub The position U on W I
Boulevard, Loi At
Mile "
Hartford hai i p* i
Hunling-
ton Hartfoid POundOtl m, set up a
year ago lo help I
and musicians. They lit
tages on i "i- re i le, which
has Its own cany, i
expects to have about .
living there
th<

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"1 1 1"
With U.S. Naval Bflso
DONALD BROWN who is
stationed with
i i i
magiei in
11. I'll* KPIIt K
unto
iw-nr.1 n
pureoM. n.
i m-t ftprs. (VI
T U>
*m iiseosd
''< uit'ear. iti
Itrilrrute mi |fl. Vehicle. 13)
IS- rha l.....
inurli ii (
tt. Colour,
Nv;il Bas, ..
from that colony yeeterdaj allei- '*. FSSZJPm .
Son i- B S i h area B kSlew S Tai "
the H04OI Among the bin
ba has
latkm 'i : i in--!
about one year. He will l*- twaot) -
ihicc m (X'lober.
Broth
MR. GEORGi: BHXPPARD,
B W I A*. Overhaul -Super-
visor arrived from Trinidad yes-
terday. He is du<
Trinidad today. Be
Mr. Andrew Sbeppard of the Con-
federation Life Associations
branch in
Coming in on the same 'plane
Mi M ....
Ol Um Globe Theatre, who was in
Trinidad on a Iwo-day vi-u.
The jiKger
-pilE dOCtpr 'alls .n Fupi. the
1 Afi wan wawid lo
gaon and oparatn. He doewith
dnning ncedl*and out comes
(he jigger UMnplntB With m-M th"
i/- nf .i pin's head Nn broubl
it all. But no Europe.m
have done It,
Bogart and I-ewm are DOW
"walking wounded and the anvj
t averyona who hai not had
jigger.
The mom uujiarable man In the.
ship is John Huston, the director.
i. pMdbye i -
IWore be sailetl up 'lie Nile in a
scene which (Of
bled Napoleon's farewell to his
troops before Elba
Spenea is any boa I wanted
i "woman of the Ttai
avar met and
ne that on the flral i
,. ' 1 was ;i dim.in itlng
' an, and awful Ho
mi. though.'
i ion when
Hi pburn said lo Tracy: "Shall i
i too tail for you?" Bald Tracy:
'i i | I'.l s.*,,, cut you
down lo my si/e."
There are different reactions
i iha btua of Africa
Hueton rave] in it and laarna
SwahUL
Lauren Bacall tackli- tin'
. though it were the
I
Her favourlh
Around him is all the game in
rtmuno mm is mu "' " 1ri,..s,,rs .mfi ,1Bl
the world, but he .ann-l "" '*'
thing. Thli la a reserve an >-whlrS
is a whr
ban
hei
the Dan warden i vaiy
Met
Thara is plenty of time for
talk. Before the bug gol her,
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
ihort blue
legs. The
Menuahlfa
Lad]
two-piece."
Unhappy censor
DOGART. In eOTI
'J' khaki, ignores the tsetse and
hippo fHos and says: "Al V I
il my dish of tea. old hoy. not
Brittafa
company made ihe pre*
- illm Afuc.i
Dae) Jamee
Mason. The Idea was given up
because it would have
dimcult, and Africa was too far.
There is another probe*
censor Is not happ.
.bout the idea of a man and a
woman sailing downstream to-
gether in a small boat and falling
in love before attempting to blow
up a German gunboat.
"There is no counteracting
moral uplift.'" said the ccnsoi.
To mollify himeven though
the woman is the sister of a mi*-
kionarythe script now provide*.
for a marriage service to take
place before the final fadeoul.
Is it really necessary to come
all the way lo Africa to make the
film? Already some of the more
cynical members of Ihe unit
claim that parts of the jungle
look remarkably like Epping. and
that places on the Nile could be
For Maidenheadif it
weren't for the crocodiles that
banks.
The real Mrl o>
THIS heresy is rejected by
Bogart and Huston. "You
have lo figh, the jungle all the
time." says Bogart. "And that
gets into your performance and
adds to it.
I don't fall for all Ihis 'M) arl
i- precious' stufl. Acting to me
is just a job of work in factory
But OUt here you
ilnii't iH-ed lo have *ca1 spi i1 ed
on your foiwhaad to show it is
bat H ll damn hof
LotO Tuniimt the dOStOf make,
his rounds again. The unit is
reapOOdlng to treatment, and
ahaking off the jungle rafifAW
and stomach WOffiM
Wmk tan start again tomor-
n w when rhe four daya' break
i.v 'r." he says.
Life hould soon lie back to
normal in the Show Boal dka
r the BlOOn at night, and turn-
ing, with an audience of baboons
I inka during the '
Mach mo\i|tiitors
Ni ItudAL will also mean Ihis.
Than Ii sane coming up
in which a cloud of mosquitoes
Ihe couple In 'ieir iioat
Plenty of mosquito*
here, but tlic\ arc not camcra-
conaaieaa Bo preperationa are
nand-ln to be fmind
for Ihe moaqultoea-Hii.n-biiitig
stand-ins. The best suggestion tu
dale is that feathers should lie
shredded into small ptaci
tin-
That's filming In Afi
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THE tough infantry sergean:-
m*Jor had nevei ailed anything
until Iha day his wife tolu httn he
was going to be a father.
Then trie resolute man who bad
fought through Nortn Africa and
Italy without on I
waB suddenly aeized wftl
pains in the chesi.
Doctors could find nothing wrong
with him. But as the months
dragged by. DM leg muscles wtUch
had carried him amarliy over the
parade ground began to woken.
Gradually he became a nervou*
wreck
He did not recover until after
the baby was born
This osc-rccord is
leported by a London nerve
specialist as evidence thai pros-
r.thers sometimes suffer
a* much as mothers during th.
waiting months.
The paternal sufferings which
he reports range from severe
aaaaaah ache to pain in iha neck.
One lather-to-be, a 27-year-old
i-x-H.A.F
to hospital with violent stomach
ache after hearing thai
waa going to have a aaeond chili
Buxaaena removed his appendix
Bui the pain eontti i
spread.
Ilr. Thsma- Freeman, neurosis
expert of the Tovistock Clinic,
who interrogated Ihe pilot, found
he had been taken ill with severe
Ptomach cramp while his wife was
having their first baby.
"Paternal pain" probably has a
straightforward pyschological ex-
planation. Dr. Freeman believes.
It may be Ihe unOOO
CARIBBEAN "~7|
PREMIERE!
to repressed memories
hood jeaio .
rival of a youngei
Five doetl misulte,!
tola in. ih.ii case* ol paternal
pain" arc quite common.
Five mothers to whom I passed
on this news s*id they were de-
lighted to hear it.
Cure The Cat
A ilRE lor tne Hu-but
far oniy in aatg hai been dis-
covered at a London hospital.
Sneering caut were |bn
injections of a sulpha drug every
12 hours. -The proportion of cats
and kittens shu^ni; -viuptonv
was greatly reduced compared
udh previous ettaa)
Ilr Patricia ^eo raportJi
Heavy welfhts
^ BIKMINtiHAM doctors who
K recorded ihe weight-
new-born babies have dB
l Bablea imrn al home are
half a pound he ...
age than those born in hospital*.
'_' A HMdicr'* aCOOd child i-
mon often haavlar than her oral
I Older wamen have heavier
Brat babies than young mothers.
Rumour Inquiry
-t THE BELIEF that people add
blU on to a rumour as it pass-
es from mouth to mouth has been
contradicted by experiments car-
ried out at Liverpool l'niver*it>
Dr. T. M. Hicham found that
any distortion is nearly alway;
due to over-simplification of the
bj the cllmlnatim ol
LAJ
details.
AVIAIIC fUJB CINEMA
MnriMn iiniyi
herb^r;
WIICCX
ANNA
NEACLE
IN HIP UIMiSI PtBIOBHtllCt
MNCI -VICTOBIATKI CRIAT'
For a aeVUfeaia
a DRESS see
BROADWAY
DRESS SHOP
DRESSES in Nylon-
taffeta, organdie-tafetta.
walTlc-piciuo, shot taffeta,
sheers, silks.
DRESSES for the beach
in cotton. African prints,
inen. seersucker
Beach ensembles from
...............SC.M
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TllU'.snVV. Jl'I.V \t. I51
IIVRBAIHiN uiVlHAn
I'M.I IIIKH
l.\ III SSI A SOW
They Won't
Let Dickons
Lie Down
h\ OOatDOH J iw.Rkit
MemlM-i of the N|irul .
I III..II ..I Student* .11. .'II. M I
jUftt returned from Ihr u\hl
I nluii. rdilnili in lau <>i
M in, .(.-,!. 1 nlvrrtll)
WITH nine other British slu-
dents, I have just returned from
;i three Mk ute Soviet
Union.
warm welcome Eron
and youth |m a]
gulf betu
Bntam in re common]
ens was quoted In all i
utborlty <>n tin
comlition of housing b

One
odvenHn. twill elec-
tion as typical of the .-
to Ik- (mi
nli politics.
It m useless U> mention th:'l
Dickens died 80 years ago.
Discussions arfth hment
ways brought up
ternation.il affairs.
To them, never havin

own. our view. W9ti
incomprihciiMbli thai
Impossible for u.s i
across.
Dinner Attack
On one TtfrTI WO all fell
obligad to remain seated when a
toat was proposed t( dinncv
following ;i vlruU t
Biitish and Ajnai
ers."
It m.i be t!i >i OUT ha
know thnt wo coulo I
i
the am" .
i ly in Kiev .hi t
other to* > i hit Got
mans.
In Jioti; in- we ,,rt .i
Of OVCI.i I
wooden shanty dwellings fosgnlnsj
lha i' til." towni
and mill areas we t
even in the newt I J
rse, one must look one's best w talking peace
f" Ye* we meet general Ri'daway *
>v rep'&*c "tntt'vi
(i ALA'S ^^w^ UP COLOURS
l",-"l noT t f
*,*''
wiikicw COLVHNs
A Look At Britain
premiere time Vanished Red*
IN BOLLYWOOD Rtfffle G-Meil
All
YWi N 'I
Once a.

NFW YORK. The .nleniationali>t- n chllghta,
i bOOBl lOr State IX-pai tmenl pUi
Hi :t.hi And 'i ohm on ihe day sjntam of inters k ninht, mow si
. -i.-i a tad r.i indenend- against Communatl i ..
,,, Britain. wlmh Ibo Atlantic Paei .;. onlj
ln*l booster? The the first.
i Cohen, and Mr. They believe that smaller bomb- >'P ""\lv m u very but reputation rrs flying from bases around Ru*> K,'n,,,> ,
m Washington as one of the late sia would be u much
,: tin-trust- detorronl to Uh i,v ...
Illlant men who helped h.m The Isolationists back the I '
draft and pu*h through the whole cm....
..,' ifrm Deal to aM the sot agajnat "awtangang aUianeae. Amona mm en have boon pounding
_J - D Joaa fcround Una all their
* UM..7-X.V. V\ v artrteka But thi
W OBEDIENTLY New York M, f. ..........
A|.,*.,nnK barora the Senate """ stores, m the midst oi nin, WUIlam Haitian, Virginia tow ., ,. known
cominmce engaged on working ut r*lr "G01 A" '"' '"*"** Mavo. Edward G. Robinson and to And out which way thai want

I
the Art Inn
Yt.t.H .'
NKW VORK


, .ii.i Uu i
i also uUkafsj (jrool) about a
laappearniK art which is all
and Aineni.is i..n
it eclipses i:.' Ppaai
aisfe by I. Big, i
rair < Asnajrlean
CnniinumH Party, due to BO BO '
iftl
i ih al uu ion dayi atd
riving SebooTi
Ns Chief W$M
I iicrt>30 Years Vii<
By Jamot Stuarl
two famllie
rooms i

ilo.
v thrat
BMPberl Wire
4JI
In i.i- of i '
urroanoV
each corner of the compound hid
If] box.
We ware told I
''
the buildings, v.
itory from Mr. Bob Doajllab, form-
er ajonnanl British Ally

latlni boo) i king as a
I
StiCari i ...... man iiugiish
said the barbed win
boxes denoted (oread ini>our.
He saw regularly lorry loads ot
men arriving to work ovary morn-
In*
Mimed won en .
ng; "Goods unm
Office
- :lings."
A little she.>p:hly. Uu tl 1'S
par a oh gain coun-
ters, admits that the
idling
the official i ailing"!
. *
\ww code of ethics for man in
public lite. Cohan tells the Senators
: the iim things to do l*
to set up a sysU'm of permanent
, i oil Gov-
ernment denartmi od
"as do our lintiXh friends"
Thata non-poUtJ
Inuiirn; opet .itioil."
'' Conon, be ra- I'oppinL: In
noi Lnfertet in preal kkstithan* who U
and remuneration t.. Cablne! ^fc Qounti have been
f .. . tiw Tug River for years to buy
ilia the Persians grab our wmsk lfl wct Wrft y
oil the Amcruns would like m Now w,^, VTr-inlai
emulate our aCMat. ,h# Tug to buy BOd i
I. 11...... i. i__ ened flaj water i n !M.. COUnt]
I A HEW uiird contrlbuti fcfj ''">""'* kai ae i
tor Rohan Tafl during n-nottie -..ft anna tta
dabata on eeonomlc con----------------------------
Hi* doasftHion of it -Unneees-
I
The naxt night, there was more

faakod I BgypUan
. .
fm M.G M t,- with
selling about 25 per cent, of p,i< '.'' ; 5**'' Kdl^,ry-" Grayaon
coatrollad drj ov. Stt '"
lhA nMnli.1 .sllla...
foe B
nil m a.M -
ible of talent
. t! lywood for
the oi I I
U
it i- hM the
tough G-man, becauM H
. i. bIohsj
. ho iliiK
. . .
Ma Sleep. Bill
Heavj liuiifo Lewen
Supir Bxportfl
Knler Nir Lauieuro
rWO AOENTfl 01 Sir Laurence
OlivierLuvut Fiasn and CapU
Tennant -have finished measui -
ing Broadi
measure. Now* they liuv* tlown
back io London to tell him that
il is all right to product hll
Antony and Cleopatra." Shukc-
peai and Cleo-
patra.'' Shaw styh", m N
The chosen stage must have
401' turntable
Tentative Broadway OBafllnsj
Just before Christmas.
Vitamins
Conquer
Petlagta
WASHINGTON, DC.
FOB i of SPAIN July Id
... i Out II :
I ".iih.it <.,., ,
UsBIni (i-m.-ti also sav
III lucked up In bed on th^
mght of Friday, June t> The have bean flown
iJ-in.'ii navai iVaan, Bui by Balur- 'rak.
M the (oui
puitad away
M inIh- thaj um even out at
B MO*.
The four are towoi
WuiBhio, organj
' llBl l'.,ll .
ii ber| Thompaon, who won a D*u>
Hi guuthad ,i, the wai
the K \K'
1 entral VU Ur Coffl.
. \ i. i ion Bel-
way, M-yaai -old Lot
t a k at the Mhool lor the third
t me.
i -tan" '..' -. mem-
Of tlM I :-'!
Pj nig te^m ,i* tin Hi
i 93.1
Itien he wen tkt> '.
itructoi |n IM1
.
kir Comrnodori Sdw i)
Da| lot ot n
Tralnta
I mo a i It II
Airlift l.ulii-..
A big airlilt. Which l
iDtni on "' -in M| Idb I
lb
.
C |M colours arc the newest rave amorg model* in
i i lour*are
i ipLmeallowi

H each rat
About IM people
u : from I
I'.....paraU
i;e.t ..ti| by "' Amartcan-owned

i
eithi .ii i
i inj tii tuaandi more bt fore that
And there's a gfistenine; Nail Colour
to motth every tip Colour
GALA OF L0\D0N
/ iif*tick

F. S NICHOLL5. P.O. BOX 14) ..^,.,.
Ji0
ear at thr esti-
nount m h result of heavy
k the colonj ahlp-
1 to the United
I .* tan to leave

I lanadJ oil f> (Hid tons is
noa beini loadad In the Poii-of*
Spam barl.....i The I D
MadehiLe Bugai Comnan ii
has all hut in the (Jnltad Stataa a
rently released by the U.S PUbUC T.0M toni h not only
Health Service revealed that cases ufferad from 1.01,
i i
d curly Edward Ruaaefl d< > net rl lha
Bra bo
-.

B i-ti-i"- lie ha
. men: '
'r,in'"i.....n bacauoB of I
cord, to i -. arvad .
thraa-ya u aantai
i
a lu-w mathod ol finding oul
1 i<- ti" rrthra nTaaaai put upon
I' e turbine hi.ides ol the
All foin -., _. j indoc- )l ' ''''! pul Into
"" c......
.\fier 2> Vaan
Siufta lizzie
miNAL rflAlt: was to be
employed '
van boat manual work.
Lenlrafi lebed wi
employed in digging up tram!
No li.llle.lHf;
Soviet i i
Tin |
m ly believed But
Wc were held down !
iKHlfera*' Attlee and
Churchill.
There is no nitiomng of food.
and only mitt seems to
supply In the ton
tremely difficult to asv
living stand irds from what WO
saw.
The shops seamed well stocked.
but whe'l
to buy the go
1 certainlv did not MB bi
obly dhnsed women They all
looked drab I danto.
We were itnick too, bs the aido
range of wafaa, linn *.
byword Of the bldtlll
system and the S-
hoca>worfcen aai i two 01 three
tlmea the normal rat' for the par-
ticular Job. A doctor, we were told,
earns less than a bus dl
Pinned Up
The chief Soviet -
Pravda 11 pinned up In aval v in an
street for all to read Necdb
say, British and ''
papers ira i
The view KM < :
that there was no
ern journals ince thi
point of view .
With In Pravdawhich in a sense,
ho doubt it is.
We et. Mjourvi*.;
Ban lhar a real
contribution lo world peace would
. i la free tWO-f
manl of Indlvtduali ti.iveihng be-
tv een Britain and the aWntl
i could be built up.
But it reata with the lOVlat
Government to bring this about.
L.ES.
f this food-deficiency disease ara
low rare. Increased knowledge ol
he value of i ilaniiiis la largely aged by
esponsible, nutrition experls ba-
'vi' Th.-v point out that today
von Buab common foodk as the
iread sild in stores have vitanun-
Uc olan- a,i manufai.: in-
ra so raro
today that BCUHItl I b
dihVulty ftndlni
S i.. nlngham.

fid
n ii

and 14.04MI tons dam-
ned to burn for 2,000 years, m
UNO'S headquurlers. The candle
10 iiuiiules. Th works in
Men 11 h..d lust been moulded ,,' _,,.-,
burned down
Cement Indiutr}
For Triii iclad
-.
M two and ball yaa/a. That m.
doii i.. ihe top lean!
i..
eminent should be ihu p .
I'-'litlv baulked at (he last .,,.,, ,~u\
' to ti.....rdinai t
All.-Ml .III
I H
(iulden Word.
PORT-OI SPA

i smeni .. du I
Trinidad M
lerauon by RoUa-Roi

ing. oab i
i i .

i .i ,, ii .' i ItUl
moral!
Into radio -.mnai-. ''baamed'* iu Uw
pound,

By iilavmi: '
l< ti are ablo t<>
Right, -..... al
4 nun lev | ml l
TNT
Today Not T&moUow
4va

Ihe people on Man
Alabama, in the heart of a re;;, , Ti.:n,i,,n \i I ''' randthall BVOl coi ' '
where pellagra was once rampant. Roaca, head of So las found H b '
a of the discn.se has omnan^ mid aurlng Iheu ippeal Resides a lev
im: will f :.." hi rradarie basa retv>rted in the last 10,000 hunting; the four, the itithorltle '' P*rwJfl
. Dumame. filed in Cambridge, hospital admissions. ,, trying to up
l, takes only 200 Ten years ago poUaj much monay, houi
word-, to leave a fortune of many common fan the United St.: people the] havi '' ,,v""'
n.lllton dolUrs to hlS Wile and Twenty years aKo it was a acrim. ',,,,..,
seven ehUdren. I " *--i"'-'^ H ' ' U in EbgUnd and the U Kield He v.oul.l i
lion, KS year* ago. he went to ansag and t... ... ..,. M.
rorhatllfoVfourdollan a weak A" '''"""'1 ***"* *.....
suppmi atfltt g*^, SL i^iSSf-'tiL hhrtSn OMn,n' lad Sonata Inn Commit-,
He roiTswiftly In the textile held g** he Imve^ or the highest wMj* c.palilc of_produelng an toe They have told h.m. to brmg !
An uuusu.il fact BbOUl the diseas. _
i. that iU victims aii
. ,..,, utiie, ,.i ma lowasl oi mo hunw ,,i Pi.tueing an te.- ["hi
- income groupthe first group eatlmn'
important s>-Slems. at 82 and be- nPWfsarv ^ p healthv.
onw Its president. d|Cl_ So^ne of j^Ha,.^-, outWBJ l
characteristics are skin kasiona and
BrVOUS -vmptom"
TNT Tdls uou tirfral Tono is
lONO is not Only j delinoui dr.nk but
1 ..id of h'gti mitrtti't sod tslorlc vilue.
It contains all the hejiih-gi*m| snd reetoratlva
Blemana of pure rich milk7iie chocolate
vucroic. Jiid malted grainurftfl a detinue
addition of Vuamin D
|l told or hot as a morning drink or a
bedtime nightrsp Children love it. No added
miU |t r
" Tono \\ a complete food bevarage.
Tono
CHOCOLATI MALT & MILK BEVFBAC.E
LNSeiXVs
Rioters Punished
HedyV Aiutinn
i i h
Filipinofl Rejeol
Jap I'tuit 1'rent)
HEDY LAMARRS TEWl.I.S.
Vttluad Bl 2 ,000 dollars ( i:89,285,
ssan kn^-ked down by the
for TO.(HH) doll, i
(i:25,0OO). Her four wddj0g
.-ings brought 1.605 dollar* ( i:Vi3i.
.vith 4S diamonds
OPEN VERDICT AT
ENQUIRY
IT OBORGsfS. July 14.
.nlt.
i
,,,
i.Hi. on" i

i oii.ll n...... 120 '' '
l i
COW t GATE PRODUCT

i fhga in 'i. -
i
' Pressldent Qulrlno to soften the
dlitude on
i
peace M-ttiemcin
by Mm. Ccomo Bullerly. who h. ,ir|1<.t v,,,cr,,v ,, .
.ix irandrhlldren. wii *" <'" u10 dca,n ol Jnwph Rllcy. a JB- |,, ,.,v.d on ;
Only had a plain platinum rini yeir.0|d ,..,,!.....,1 Ma.
, Slrcot. SI. John He had lioc-n b, Hl Honour M' r. 1m. V.
Tha Bti.i ..uu-- Mi numpja tomt deBd , oumr y,,.. ,...
wlwn asked vyny MlB.Lamarr. wno Ih(,ul h,, ., mi|r ,,, his ht.ni. ,,.,,,. ., ,', .
married her lourth husband Ted The jury returned JH open ,. ., ,, ,,, , ,...,,
siiinn.'i. last monlli, had lout vrrdu.l One witness HHl that I.' (i ,, .,,, .1 .upportn
wedtlinn rinaa to sll in Nlei the "'" btlore eolna ,.,i,i,p,,., demand
, ,n tlu- dirertlcm ol the quarry II.------------------------i. I8.0HU.W." ....... (Am
TI*Si-m llomhers ., ....ik.tui a. .f he were dru.u.. , ,._..,,
BATTI.K Ol Ult bomber. In tint ..U..-, enquirytte,ne FLYING BOATS AKSIVb n ,,,, .., ,. ,,.UUon wee w
KIHOSTON I "it t
oi Earlier 'he Couneil tl State, the
threatens to break out In Con- n in ihr death ol Ishmael Hu
treat. Who will nghl the battle'* baud., a tehoolpoy "1 St Martu .
It will be Internnttonalisls v Boy, S: Philip, Ibo |ur) .
. a IM i Ol
The isolationists, led by Senator d.nwiuiut.
K Ml ' r. The police reported that Jv
lul bombers which cuild Iwthlnu
tly from American bases arroaa K-t ml
any ocean and get back. tirownet
.i in.....in Ataook
aj
Rinso
WASHES
Quicker/
ierf

Air
I Philippine s highest advisory body
i 'lontcd Hie ("". i' inent Peace'
on .. aaoi Pal rsjaty C
Foiil Buy,
difnrultios
Bffaan
and \
( tn
; ti,
SAVE SI $ $
With Ihe I 1 lU.t SOW Wheel Traelor
WORLD'S MOST COPIED TRACTOR
!he Ferguson System your
| can be aainfartnrilv
ploughed and the unit Is available
Bl i tr inapOCi Vehiele.
The pn.' of thai versatile Traitor
i Track 1
tor. and v->u will be amazed at
: (tinnce.
Further mfoi
BOVRIL
the very
goodness
of beef
n ru.r, ih. mhivM ol pnmt leas bscf
1 can />/ the bciufii iiu> ombm
:rom iskins Basal ... a Jhren t.. when you're
iceltnir la irvd miimuUu^ the preutf arid the
****** lasi: .avuury
- mJmi ammUiini dor*,
Itwnlfj.t-y.^.iwviBocsBnstedss^antMolb*,!-
BOVRIL
fOMUIS.
PUTS 8BEF tNTO'VOU
hriiihtcr too, what
ougfahji j*f
!
t-
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PAGE FdUB
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THVRSDAY. Jli.Y 19. 1951
BARBADOS
PHnlr-1 B lU AfvMiN c, tM. - %. Briduto*.
Thursdii>. JuK 13. Ml
POI'l IVIIOX
iiioiii.i:m
THE populai ein raa>
ed in the !
and !he dtd 'I'1"
matter to i Select Comiriittei >l both
Hoomi of the
aggravation of the conditions call* I
overpopulation and the I the
problem makes It one uf gnve importance.
It has been the subject od investigation by
social welfare, medical authorities and
Royal Ccmmissiins But il did nut take
these examining bodies to tell the pcoplt-
of Barbados lh;.l the rate of population
increuM> threatsd their economic pre-
press
Many suuueslions have been m.i
what action should be taken in attempting
a solution. Family planning has the ad-
vantage of limiting the rate ol incraaae
but suffers the disadvantage od i
moral and religious issues and so is not
hkei-. i a adopted m the Cat lb-
bam. [ndtutriaU on the other hand
must be on a sufBciently largo stale to
support thl
is gradual industrialisation |n the Carib-
bean at present but not ti the rats which
would bring the deairad linprovaaMnt and
will never be on the scale witnessed In
i land, Europe or the United
ever then- was lull scale Industrialisation
in tin- Caribbean the problem of overpop-
ulation would not arias but it is bees
these territories are Uu uiturai
that the present conditi Ing.
The only other aver.uo is Uu
permanent smigration. There was such a
.....' hi n the settlement of
Barbadians- in Panama brought measure
of relief. Uniortui imilar
scheme likely to coma to th< Caribbean in
the near future Since then, Barbados at-
tempted two schemes one In St Lucia and
another in Surinam. The Aral was well
planned and might have bean SUCCS
but for the fact that the outbreak ol the
Second World War brought the I -tablish-
ment of American bases People saw no
reason why they should remain on agricul-
tural holdings whi << to
be earned on the bases not lai away.
It was at one time ft i si lands
of British Guiana uppUed the
answer to population readjustment In the
Caribbean area hut ;i concrete plan is yet
to be launched. It is now up to the Select
Commilti' to ill the possibilities
in order to be able to recommend to the
(iovernment BUCh Steps as should be taken
to bring aboul .1 solution to this problem.
ADVOCATE V,M "i'1" a***i
DAIRIES
FOUR ; waa decided by the
Public Health Authority that all dairies
should be removed from tin' extended City
limits within three years. The decision has
never been carried mi. Ix tl 'Gener-
al Board of Health has not been able i"
enforce its order. The merit ol the de-
rm! iin" being discussed because
there will always be B division ol opinion
as to win re likely to endanger
health to any extent as Ion
ply with sanitary regulation. The point
now for consideration Is the use of a Public
Health Authority whose orders can be
flouted. A similar position arose in this
Island when the Christ Church Sanitary
Commis-: i to "hey the order
of the d 1 of Health for the
destruction of the anopheline mosquito In
1928.
T- < that time sent d >wn to
le the C
l- had
where the
rltj 1 i\ i"i 1 he protection of
f^^ I Heard leVim-r l>li<>
^ Thai Nazi Style

Fran hii

Brail Ren 1 i<> lbs
1
uf ths




Ths Imp!

;i bopstsst betti
ofl.
But llitliT would not
set Basnet on I
10 t* subside I'
Then will '

own Fuehrer-brigade
You will eooUnus the
light untU '
It kg ... r... roe must m ik>
I Siberians), for hi da Ui
if in the ran
thai Germany
ould ihiicr have Mid if
bs could have fosses-,
years after th"

r| 111 fart
so on AsnUni in 1

r bm that be would be . .
1 e rebirth
1
Fourth N ! R< 1 1.
2. Appi Germai


build 'if Germ id Ai n I
-my part in ttu .
il the W<
I 1
Nihilism .

le '"ii In 1
Career .ti-
ll U-Conunu 1
would have <
line 100 | 1
1 with that
i

sad then Eflta e expon-

'
been moo
In in the 1 ......ting 11
.. .1111 !,' n
little 81 hi' .- lowi
1

itretchesl asu
Hell!** snd no
.lie ball- -Uu- Oovemn

i
Our Parsifal'
Behind us on ihe will
u. -1 1 ion in 1 Mi
1 bM > srosgn per of si UH
Dsllj ipi-" peril
> ' nnw on i
DsSJSSSSJ
rmbot, buck Hoi 1

1

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Bon*

1
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Bekh Party" r,
1
..nt have

:-.|ii. ,, (.. ...' .1 I'd '":.
With hi

('niiwiicinu
1 found R>
ti ihm I had ever
-

ncini ;t^ Ihe reprcscri*-
itlon "f fiont-hiu-
...IIK t.'l I:-
I
11 -i the M prevlou)
.tl m Ihs
" bs i" -
. is .i:. refraining from
Hitler*! trsdlt 1
nd I
1 .f 1 may i allow-it-'
il th.it way).

how he
built "p 'lie PSrtS from small
1 the i

, rider ind
Si with nn account
m mmh ii- Mtns vein <>t tU tii.t

1 1 despite that,
.i.il.iiU'lie."
Musky Boar
Bonn re-
ttors,' the traitor
i.d Wetr:
thai hsvi oon
1
husky roar. "I
can't help It," he tells nts liter,
"I get 1 .
...
1 1 1 brutal old
1
. '.hem up," ahouti a f
.ie.r me. eimstri:ted with hat'-.
"Hairn UWir Nkull* m." tails ome-

il ihe practical fcchenies
lit- pu's forward to cut*
i '< -.:
IhC nnr<" Heich.
After Sch.In
U) employment for thi1

triallstH from the capll.,1
Bonn to finance j refugee
H r proposes t.
redll plan by which Hit-
ler cured unemployment in the
the farmciV comphon'
sre llng ruined by s
iiuteh agrKuituui im-
ports he propows a Hlaerlan
der.
Mm SI the same time 1 1
denies any intention of restorinc
the Third Reich with it
l>lg and snvill. "We ,1"
the one-party Stat>~ he say..
Wo want the nils 4 1 1
ihe rule of the Gestapo- We want
democracy. Hut U must |
man democracy snd I
or an Amerctan flsilli" iatji "
Present Damaue
VasUj more impoii.ml than
boss and repu
m my opinion, wan hU
demand thai Gaiiu 1 must be-
corns ladspandsnt 1 noo more of
I Ml Wl
lie -.ived from lot r
a third world war.
d that. DaOUgh ht- STgU'
ments appeared to :itt:trk both th^
Sn\ 1st BOd the Ann rid
bnpSTtlal vehcrnence, their ulti-
tservest
. beu] i" uii"i m
thi -..
N
And hi re U e d n.
1 .:
hli takinn piwer. bu* . t 1 iu- 1
rs now
* recalled the reporta 1 hid 1W1
1 .......Hsetinp between
Sov.ct zone lepreasncai
of Ttcmer In lbs s .
, u h Party,'
S 1 set ks t.i 1 him ^nw
bout ..11 thlt L.E.S.
LdM'al laeVfalllllklll I
tin* propei 1 mblnaUon of aav>"
tsui ;niii expttl

Ing this Loca
I Ml its
gradual growth U
csnturj. developed an ''
the 1
rsUniding
the key to the
ilnx of the
f local s
1 ti .
:
stocti nit pop-

1 andldsts t"i the 1 nun. 1
there an
snd if -ill secUoni ol tin
nit3 wars squalb
to give ths lime snd snergy
required, no doubt Um i do-
sition of the council
reflect that <>( ths dl ti I
1 .... 1
Ions) worhers such i

Inate. lint ihu ti
is much IS
1! v^.-. evt
Willingness To I).. Voluntary
Berviee
1 1 '
1
overnma
to stand f'" '!< Uon i wool i

Purthei. !i
visions for
. nd allow
de cow..
rd to loss
by H Thi
1
the prlnd-
1 fa ol si .
Much of
I : '

lve f> i"
incil. The
1 n Itloh oonl .- but tie-
it* U II. MORRIS JONKS
Lsetanir la PeUttesI IsIsbh
' l nweea Beaeel sf Bseasss*
.rs ini| Poliiirjl Selenre. I 'ni-
si ISSty of London;
If tin
thrcv ys

eounclli have
larth ulji -
lar upset of any service
Finance, -Si.id. Worh
* lor example. A councillor
will usually and bJssself s mem-
ber nf two or three committees
eon mlttees, togethei
_ numbei ol eldermsuH chosen wth then- sub-comm 1
OUnclUon for period "I 1|" "ikshop: 11 n! ThOUgh Ihej consist of the
. the pSO- COUndUorS (except when ,-iuneih
Pli m] |tH ol ""> 'heir power to co-opt.
mi out ids the
,,,.,. who have ipecial knowledne)
- .1 local 'heir meetings ore attended by
Brltaui'i Civil llu' ofllcUils. The lausi
on progress, nuke .suggestions and
1 1 vice; the de-
ssnior ronki Even ths Clerk cli.....1 are tsken by the committee
effect naembei bseoms
the Chb live officer impatient with lav ignorance and
laymen may lind the expert's
1 impel thin 1 narrownsss irritating, bui on the
Il WhOls they le.ini t<> know am
.,l_ rubpect each other. How smoothly
not in th I Ihe officers > romrnlttas works depend:
parucuUr BreaUy on the peisonality of its
1 1 .,.-,.', mite 1
rttj
cept a nom-
.ii governmsnt
.1 approve
Iments. Although
local councils en
tral recrultmsni,
chairman who is the main link
with the official departmental
head.
Kffect ol PeUtlcal Entry Into
Council Work
No pietu

mner life of
the a local authority uuld W com-
policy Hi KCiirntl 0f Hie plete without mention of the
Uon, change effected b) the SttUry uf
'. inlnbar, Ihe nsuonal poUueal parUes. It
mod deal of Is obvious that this has <>
rough iiu the ehsraeter of I electloi
.1 1 .n- the campslsnlng Lm
i.l Wbll Sll ths em- but equally impc.it.ii,* 1- effect
.in- on the actual working of the local
1 I"" 1 ol local BUthorlUss. councils: party meetings p
incil sad conuniUee meeting]
ind offlcuu come end Ihs discussion* ;r :.
! intern tend to loss their spontaneltj
Ol the A IhOUgh they gain i:i coherence
..... ' I i' k eede .." um- policies. It Is forti.natc th.'it the
even impartiality of ih. local otncinls
suthortty^i has stood up to the test ol parts
rrespood g conflict; bj srvli lovalh bo
1 Publ SVer Is in powei ev enahU- the
PsJks, ate. co i>p< lation .1 e>, it .,..
aUnus.
_^___________________ ""see i-
The Man Who Vanished
In Dress Clothes...
IIKKNAKI) WKKSTflKI)
. Continuing
(his ruse-histories (o parallel the mitsini;
Rur^rss and Maclean)
JOSEPH WSLBXBWOBCM MARTIN van-
ished in Pall Mall wearing an opera hat and
svemriK dress. It hardly sjunds the costume
for a disappearing act. hut here may have
been method behind it.
He vanished just oiitsioe the R.A.C. Club
at 11.30 p.m., April 3, 1913, an hour, date and
place at which opera hats were not as con-
spicuous as they mi^ht be now.
Martin was a cotton broker from Memphis.
Tennessee, and supposed to be rich. Even in
those days all American business men were
to '* millionaires.
He had been over here organising a deal.
and on the nlghl he vanished had dinner at
the R.AC Club with an English business
(r"'mJ < it.t 1
A DATE.. .
After arranging a dinner for the following
night, which was to be his last in England,
the American finished his cigar and said he
must be oil, as he had a date with a beautiful
woman from Brazil.
The porter called a taxi, Martin got in.
opera hat and all, and from that moment
disappeared Ha never returned to his rooms,
for more suitable clothing, he didn't turn up
for his dinner appointment, he didn't catch
the boat he had planned to do.
The taxi driver was never traced, nor was
the mysterious beauty from Brazil.
HAT FOUND
TWO days later the opera hat was found
by some railing! In Belvedere-road, south
of the river. Near by was a gold chain he had
been wearing and a rilled wallet containing
business cards, but no money.
The obvious conduslori, and possibly it
was intended to be obvious, was that some-
one had robbed and done away with Mr.
Joseph rVilberforce Martin.
It was said he was carrying 100 cash
when be vatiLshetl. A reward of 500 was
offered by his relatives in case he was being
held for ransom. An American private
detective was engaged to help in the hunt.
For a moment everyone thought the mys-
tery was solved when the friend Martin had
last dined with received a telegram from
Vevey in Switzerland, h said: "Am all right.
Stop inquiries. Letter follows. Joe.*' No letter
did follow and no 000 remotely resembling
Mr. Martin had stayed at any Vevey hotel.
TKOL'BI.K HINTS
But then things began to happen. First of
all, the American detective who had been
ngst) ad by the family ceased to make any
more inquiries. He said he was satisfied
Martin was alive
The missing man's brother and nephew.
who had been coming to England to search
for him. cancelled their passages at the last
moment. They, too, appeared to know some-
thing.
The aura of riches around the American
suddenly dissolved. The deal in England
hadn't come off, and in Memphis there were
hints of trouble.
Indeed, Mr. Joseph Wilberforce Martin
might have had every reason for wanting to
vanish.
As far as England was concerned, the atti-
tude seemed to be: "Well, jolly good luck to
him.*' and he was forgotten for 18 years.
Quite suddenly he rocketed back into the
news. Of .ill the curious things that could hap-
pen to a vanished man, he had inherited a
fortune -about 200.000. And nobody knew
where he was.
At least nobody was certain. Some years
before a man had claimed to have met Martin
in a Mexican coasting vessel. Overjoyed at
meeting a fellow countryman, he had re-
veaJed his identity and said he was living as
a coffee planter in a remote part of Mexico
under the name of Jose Ascartin.
NO TRACE
Two American lawyers set out to find him
and bring him the glad news. But if it had
been Martin that the American met in the
coaster he'd given s false address, for the
lawyers found no trace of him.
If Joseph Wilberforce Martin is still alive
he is 7) yean Old and worth a lot more
money than he thinks.L.E.S.
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THURSDAY. JULY 19, I'd
BARRAIX<> UiUKATF.
I'M.I IIU
Ursuline Convent Will
Start Sixth Form Studies
Fisherman.
Acquitted Of
Larceny Charge
AT THE DISTRIBUTION ol Prim of the Main School of
the Ursuline Convent yesterday afiernuon the Headmis-
tress told parents that she hoped to beyin a regular academic
Sixth form m the School in September. Four of the live
pupils who entered for the School Certificate Examnni'.nn
this year have decided to continue then studies They will
form a small beginning of a class for Higher Studies, which
all have long desired to see established as a regular course THEOPHILUS Thompson a
in the school. man of Black Hod
"Ymi have just been entertained terms. according to the length lound not guilty at the Court ol
fay your own children she said, end value of the scholarship re- ^rand Sessions yesterday ol lar-
*and undoubtedly you will have cetved The Unit student who I 'ii version.
appreciated the result* of their iccepted to avail hciselt of Iblg Kf ""n* ur :lu" lh"' J
efforts U> give you Joy and . happiness from their songs. Dur- )s now <>n her wav to England ,md loIu" ':l :"' of his
in* the peat vear. we havi (UP *" Cortes Gibson.
Commerce ..Tnoinp*0" wa* represented by
Mr. Y. \\ Bail ... a m.. Mi
I Btlsdintl I' J --.iited fen Ihi
rlL Crown 1 i i ed on a
during the year, und have ob- lwo. lounl indictment. On the
An Author's
Impression
Of Barbados
Social Welfare h BJHA Ta Da5 ,s *" :;-
r
Gaining Ground
BARBADOS h . > ,hanged
considerably during the past IS
years Even the nutters look
different, tha streets are very
.he harbour Is busy and
the butidtnfi an bnproved i'"'
Barbados Is as clean as
:
impressions of Mr. Keli* Gould
an Amenc.m 'a
among the tourists arriving hero
jaj by the team*htp r'*l
'Vi......."'
ned good reaulti In tha Ptt-
""' "", *mt- ISuSd""5 "'
it to Barba-
dos was IS years ago and he ha-
loid a few visits here since. "1
;
Barbados." he said Tha charm-
iiiK and fn<'ndly B)W be
and the con-
\ciucncr <>f fcood tra.mpuit.iUoi)
harged with make me come to Barbados as
gold wrist watch Of*
$72 and a > igarette Mr. Gould s.ud that he knew
lighter tin Dr. O and talked with aim
;*- James on lebruan 11 The mo- tourWa nuking tin I
OOd count charged him with the and ha Found thai thi -
conversion of a gold impressions. He has
and strap and MM through most of the Weal In
ount
rlrst count he \
efforts to stimulate
in the Fine Aria' which express
beauty, and to arouse in the pupiU
praatworthji ambition not only
to Imitate what is good an 1
beauttfu] but to strive to produce
something individual and original
Ursuline* are tuitions
their chiloicii to love and honour Let mc now exnr<
all that is beautiful 'nude and that ol
love beauty is to lovo Ood Wh 1'i'pil* '" tach mcnl .. .11Hlii'(-nt
focus, th.f pnmai Bource, "-" for her untiring devoted. ,,r,sl Willch
SiJI^SiyS l,"!,,0"c(, "' " T ti?JSu, n"r ',"l;,,"^ J Roneon cigarette lighter, the pro- uJan.fi nd hils fimnd Barbadian:
beauty. The two senses by which her scli->.urilice In her work perty of Dr. Oliver James some- the most contented naonla In th.
Beauty is apprehended and eon- trough. th. I ...... between Fehruar* 11 and I -ntcnled |>eople in thi
veyed to the soul are sight and fully appreciated all that each The prosecution called five wit-
their propor OOjOCti batOf I'" dotie for the school tin- war, aaaeaa in the case in.-hiding tl
music, poetry, painting, aculpturc and we pray that Ood DM] bleat Ma "t Thai mpaon* UM
and architecture. We have worked them and reward etch MM for B8<
in thespheres of tousle, poetry and trying to lead His children
MISS DOHA IBBERSON, Social Welfare At\
ii s haa just paid
t.. the r eewerd and Windward I
many social I
"In si Knts si,,, aaid *'ih< lalend haj five Community
Councili which deal with the w
becomt recognlaed bodiei through which Cfovei

icated. in neel

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comn
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lerday ad-
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The speed with whfc ii UV

the beauty ol the common it. sin*. *<^t a:mlrWi- club rooms foi
tha
. H ila n*
painting.
Beauty
therefore to a kno
elf.
|.ess Iteuuars mc and 1
i- iZ I--- Mpn .....r th- a
"........i
,-\,o in 0* , i mil ch.
S?^HfiS " - * "v J.. ? J& B~.....;", '
ecipe of dim- un ..i ,i,.,, t. k ,. Milrii nm. ...,- .___ ..... Ti;.. #'-.. rhey do i jch ti
SVr*-5JSBr-5 J2LZnrtfcLJlJS
* ho s.ud that he i.s i. Medical Offl- Little boys
One of the greatest servicas thai
tan be rendered to children Is t
teach them to admire what
deserves admiration, and th.it
only;to train them to listen only
to good music and to sing song*
which are lowitlng and Invpiring,
for music like painting is a true
culture of the soul and should
bring man nearer to God.
But there is another art that
t? practl-- MOM i" '
woman who remains at home and
has always had Lta rightful piare
in the trad Uonal aduoal
tha arl <>f Handwork
both practical and fancywork
from the weaving of the little onu
to the artistic embroidery al the
older girls.
You will be indeed gratlA*d, 1
am quite sure when you VUdl UM
exhibition of Art and Needlework,
nnd like us you. too. will give to
vnnr rhildren the praise which Is
the plendid
Finally. I want to ask your.,
co-operation In itiaiter r
irnportainr In Ihe IralnlnC of
your fiulv Oui I
tradition of education covens
not merely the academic work
of the pupil, but anus at ju--
(o take their
In society as women of
ittiiuinent and gooo
ners. It seems to us that there
Is a real lack of reir
in many .if the Kills who COflM
to i. Wi | :,. train
Ihcm to self-control m iword,
i peach, ud In lauchtei. to
polltcm i and
ro-l^' '..... :
in authom> over them; and
in thoughtfuinaai for El
These qualHit
and should be fmind in mi.
ind iiis-
tingtii*h the educated Chris-
tian woman from tha
the common and 'he vulgar.
i or at tin II* [.!'..: Or Fehruarv
5 about 330 p m hfl m Bf M UM
Fresh Water Beach Chi
Uw 'i and took
a swim When lie went to his
ilotht) aftei Ihe swim lie missed
B watch. This watch i> valued at
about $72 He reported the matter
to the Police.
On February 28 he was in the
Casualty and noticed that
had on arrlat vateh which
vho
onh
for "pennies" were the
thai troubled aim
Mr. Gould said thai Americans
I o BOl know much of
Indlani "Many Amri lean
Tntiiiinj; ( n'i|>


i
W<
have ;-,,n the Wi Ifan I Xltcei ol
the opinion that the Wosl India 8l l Pro
is a lazy folio.. lellow that '
does not like hard w-.i-k". he San' uralnad V workei
If those people were only to In Nevla. I saw some
'- spend a day around the harbour aandcra
^ i_ :. < L. _^. .__........11... ..... .... ..i.....I ...
in the
utchlng the lightermen pulling modern ami
taught hlf\ttentton. "fie apoka to thoaa aloaaal aari to propel big eon*
the man about the watch and barges tilled with OBI
Baked him where he got it from would have a different opinion '( "l.
TIM Police came In the Hospital W.M Indians.*1 LOOMIM
and they look tin- wah n He went
ilh the poh. .
due to thtl
work which they have done tins We appeal to you than to eo-
rlth mo afforht In 'hi-
i ..i' peal lalenl Em Una by insisting on good man-
painiing, while otl as ners at home and this reflnement
celled In needlework, and in gen- of social Intercourse manifested
eral. all have taken a keen inter- In politeness ami courtas) at all
rst in then An and Neodiework tlmet and In all cuvumstancaa,
I KrOUp Of and Which v.ill open tht
'ourteen older girls tnllowed a other ChrUtian virtual ..nil help
BlKH'ial COUTH m Dressmaking (, niake life *iappii-r .oid more
which was kindiy glvan h.ir at Qod-LUta.
house and there saw Theophilus to be conducted i
than in an; Uv
To Mr. rurraw l)r James safi ^_^__
in* dothea wan aboul 50 j
north ol Ihe clol< He did not see
anyone loiterhif on tha beech neai
i
Manning OOQdrldge
flc knew Thompson for a long
time .is he lives near him al
Black Hock. In February, 1951.
he brouahl . watch to him and
: t.i buy It
He bought UM watch from Thomp-
>45.
Later the same month he went
l-i the Hospital. This was .iboul
wed two aftor I
UM watch. While in UM I
in 111 Qould admlrad the "orderb I bbuthl i i
' m which everything: ceim ,: -er>
Moreover, ail Vi<
ii
should Ilk
. i .. i plaj
\ alway i found a lourne
.i und lha Lai indi full <.f Intai -
i
munits i illy gro*
ini in Interest through tl
althoui
welfare Idea >f .* w bat il
'f help anil mutual hoi:

around.*1
P.C. FINDS
WOUNDED MAN


kavii
Incident

James "i"* whhjh I havi
work in twisted
CONDOR" BrllNC.S
FOODSTUFF
-r 2.800 *
crates
P.C. 3oa Deano tow
rlinkaon of Ollla Road.........
chael, lylna wounded on Qarnati
Btreei Ctt] re tardaj i rolni ....."'
about 2.40 o'clock The wound was machine r
i,ilh. led by an unknown person, th
The police tk bun i-> the Oen-
eral Hospital when- in- \... di-
lalnetl
of l

.....lei
II
III
MiiuitM milK pOWdei .. ii
from Rotterd
Before the llo-ultiii'tress' report of (hem spoke. He took "II th.
Sinner Sewlni Company rhe im,| ,h(. dJatruMitlon of proas watch and aava if In 1>i
girls appree.atl and .. ., pro- ^0 Police took him to On
"^ o' .-!;'<.;',.J:'-'.;,: 5 Police Button where be made
u.
ful to their taachen r the Wal- t,f ihe Junior School
liable knowledaa Of I n hool and a selected group. The
which they h;iVe aCQUliaa. pweganUlM was in 'lire.-
After the dintrihution "f pVlaaa
Ulera waa an axhlhltton of art
and nee pupils during the past year.
^- '," lm"unnmrTtaw* aiKuwaman ^'""i ??2 tStKm "' "
to Thompson's ?l!*" Br0"".01
Goed Standard
ratu
.lame-.
'riH.iTipson aid
he would
it...... \nil Fa-mil] Wee*
lo bold a
ii .'. . k follow*
..i "i rlnklad
Ol. I I.....
V0| committal
brought a .eUptnanl e4 A .,
unperial gallons of motor gaso- "JJ
i
i.iogra
RODAS" BRINGS FUEL

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Throughout the past year the.
academic work actumplished in
UM flee Forms of the Main School
has been quite satisfactory and
Employment Agency
"Taken Bv Storm"
i and M.-
052 gnllons of aviation
. ,,,,,, h,m. Thomp- f"' "'"'." ' B.... ..' r
' ffl K.-U. I. r, ..,..!, ....-. ....
arrival In Carlisle Bay Pm Bering
Gardens, Black Rock, to dtKharga
the fuel. She was unloading yes-
terday
ICE BOX FOR
SCHOONER
atta.....
Oxford and Cambridge School
Certificate hxaminatioii held in
July 1950 were very pleasing; the
seven candidates who an)
Ihe examination were all success-
ful:
Rosamund Field3 Passes nnd
2 Credits. Patricia Cools 2 Pi
and 3 Credits Jov Netto2 Passes
and 4 Credits. Lilia POtei Pa
and 6 Credits RoeamBQ King
i; Credits. Mary Vauv
Passes. 3 Credits and l Durttne-
tion. Marenlene Krogh1 Pass,
2 Credits and 4 DtattOCUdna
From early yesterday moro
a number of men, presumably in
employed were at th. Kmplo.< n
i Quaen'i Park wanJnf
I :
No sooner than the ofllee waa
opened than the men crowded it.
making it impossible for the clerks
lo do any laglatlTlng
said his son had found th.
watch tin the I
ar-old son
of Theophilus Thompson, told ihe
Court that one BtUlda
near tha Shell Oil Contpenj throw-
bl| Stones in the river. He BBW
a lump of mould and Ufti
lump and saw "two bright things."
He picked up the t
nd put them in his pocket
i
-(liriv-n m Short-
- .
..i ftoal U "' Hllani
i ut

i i thai thx
:



TO REPRESENT T'DAD
iveev i
PORT-Or-8PAlN, Job i "J
Trinidad will be represented at
Ufa General Assembly of Youth
which take- place in Hi
early next month. The proposed
the
'k and during the last few days,
The three Houses have contin- many of the unemployed unnc.
,ied to ShOW .i keen spirit of riv- up to DC registered in the hope uf
airy In striving to win the various being considered Tor emigration
cuds for Study and (lames. The ..... .. _
matches of the Barbados Netball Toe Acting Lai,,,, |
League. In which tha lit Netball er told the Adve4e yesterday
team has taken Dart with good that no Information has reached
success, have been an incentive the Laooui"Department
to the other girls t.i i I i roapecta of any emigration in the
standard of NctboU in th- School. :iear futun
Although Netball has been the He said that regUtration will
most popular game this year, be going on for scmu time and
Tennis and Rounders have not [here Is no need for unemployed
been neglected. people to crowd the office.
1 am pleased to be able to of ,nc orw mc who ief[ thl!
and returned home to his mothi
His father was not I
when he returned ha Baked nla
sun repeatedly where he had lound
the "two bright Uuhga." Ha tohi dMn^ahon will conahtt of fir.'T V
his father how he had found th. i M,-|,ell ollh. It.
At tins Hag* Mi. w. Barrow Mt,on( Miss M. Phillip-
_. .___ ^. ,._ submitted that there area to caaa CethOUC Youlh Organisation, Mi.
*5t_^f5S_*?? *Z2PE*J* for tha accused to ai i. [aamuay and MrTs^Maynard P
.luiy aftarwarda returned a v.i- of the U-ague of Literal v and Cul
diet of not guilty tural Clubs.
th, :
'

i i
I fresh Dan wfi
lafled in Ihe aui
talaraa
lataraa

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IMetresh in ft
A
In vifftfvtt 4 in t
INSIST ON
1*1 ICIV V ^IKhlS
tell Parents that wa hope lo
begin a regular academic
Sixth Form In the School in
September. Four or Bv*
pupils who enterei: for the
School Certitlcate Be
tion this year bv
continue their studies, and
ihev Will form a small begin-
ning of | class for Hlghl
Studies which wc have long
desired to se.- -
a regular course in the school.
Kcholnrshlpg
Parents may be furthi i
island for work on fane la tha
U B.A two have returned mie
:o medical reasons.
Merchants Ctmnphiin
Aboul Low Mark-Ups
THE NECESSITY for Oovenunenl to implement the
report of the Price Control Committee Ii oven more urgent
now than when it was presented to Ciovernmen'
City merchants said to the Advocate vesterday.
Mr. F. D. Wabater ol Messrs S K. Cole & Co prw liion
nnd grocery merchants of Roebuck Street, gave thai view
and mentioned some items and comparative In siip-
iHirt of his statement.
Let me first refer to rice." he be Ihe only Waj th '
the year 1948-49 could be carrtad
Although no official report oai
iv the IM'p.ii trBeiit .
about thoaa workers, rat Inform- am: "When
Btlon from private sources reveal- 'he *rice Control Conunlttea borne in mind that no lo
Bd that conditions are reasonable were working on their report profit! has been allowed U
and the men arc beginning to "tir trad? was paying $1I<14 pei lor about three years".
down hag for this commodity and get- Mr Webatei ~.iid that thi* un-
*ing a per cant i:m iDM state of affairs also
4 17 The price has now gone ui. had its effeet on the ahopl
Stowaways Aboard ,o .sl3-M *>**"* and the per The* were arim as n
w*>v ~ja ^** ( gnm profit haa bean reduced '
|*lva Portuguasa atowaeray ar_ * 3.54. Another provtaloo and gxoceiv
ested to know that the Acting ,Ivril hcic yesterday aboard the "'" ">' '" "J n"'i'1 u' ''*" ',. reliant said thai '
Director of Education has assured pnnamanian S.S. Conor. They has gone from S3.42 per beg lo prot to tin
I Ortar Da Silva. Karlos Hals *' '^. " ii. B8va, Joeo TUxatra Mas- pf"t which was 7.8Z i% now 4.3.'. employees. The-, ware
De Freltas Victor Flour waa tt.71 per beg but DOU Bsl paid rla
Their ages costs $7.22. Ti- goal -aid Sometime ago it wi
:, 17 and 18- profit has been reduced from 6.17- that the minimum wage fa
The stowaways were kept In > * As regards milk which wa* women should be ISJIO per
board the ahip
US that il i possible for .1 pii|u
from a private S.hool. such as w
are. to obtain a Sehol
I should also like to mentis
that a two years' scholarship Of
free board and tuition la offered
by "Reverend Mother Provincial
of the Ur-.ulines in England to
any pupil of our schools in Bar-
Britten Qulana who
would be willing lo continue bar
higher studies in one of ou.
Convent Schools In England, and
the added possibility Of
longation of the scholarship to
lour or ttva yeara i'h a vie
oMainfcng ;i Ui
. As regards milk which
510.88 pai I >-;t In now
$13 28 and the par cent gross
otlt has droppcnl from S.S6 to
TRAFFIC CHARGES
Of nine motor traffic poUea
harges in Tuesday, th/ee were
or not paying taxes. The olhe.*
ares were one for driving wlth-
Degree. out due can
and the man s
o* the grocer\ i'ii'pIo>ti >.-,'.
get auen a wage and i
tuda under
dilions they exist. Tin
ers know that they are criliUc.'
to more.
The Condllion attached lo thh 1 iding without a light, another |.
holar^i :;. tholr re- leaving an animal unattended, one
I'rolii Decreeeea
"Abu'
has been an increase In the price profits allowed I
ind a decrease ii our to M tlBI UM) might
per cent gross prollt. 14 Dtl I
if afTairs has reached a point
.
r . 11
ubx whn '
nglnfl of plril
d an Ai
raqui
...itable steel band perfoi
Antigua had i telj had ' o
well-planned /oulh i

in ictteal and remunai il
Baehrtry
In S ''.. I
I
1
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beat possil

. -ted to learn that mum
, th.. beat ol th!
. 1
st \ iM<".iis anaaeaa in eiejr-
inr 'In- rural -linns 101 .1 tn-i.
Of alded-*-lf-help Is very
slrlklnc ami h*s mafia a resl
janveesaMM an Haa adaafi'B how
in* problem While Ihe trill
new houses delfiiilril BM I I
ot- In ser I'oni tl.t.krd In tie
win*- old aJtahana, ii i AM
mIH irratlv lo thr beneftta "
. bsi 11 tii'.-c reap an......
t|4 croup ol Intclllgrn
men anrl weBUB I" itaa I
lire real kUehea whtcfa michi
hr- raeaaaaswnfiad la lae hwUH
reawarnad.
SI vin. ei
.
am ..oung.'

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Music Exam ItVsiills
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THE BLIND
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make
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THKY ARK THE BEST
H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents
T.C.P. 4
1 in-: 111:111.v SAFE
1101 lit ivi/s/.ifir
Though :. powerful ond ponrlralli l. II eon
ha uiad .1..1 only on lh ihln, In Ibo noon, Ihi..... nd
. v.s lini nloon 1.1 on Inlomally.
III.I.IIA I s PAIN U*D PBOMOI I
1: UID ill ILING
KNIGHTS DRUG SIIH!I:S-d.str.butors
.',;;'.:'.:;:::
here if nothing
.(ii. b
Idl l
turn lo "the WeM Indies
should give us two n
of service b] :'' '* oul the driver, and
achoou on certain agreed reduced more pa
Deviate the position, one may be nivc
'.*'" ihal paaesd
blci pre
dtuvenUi

in
Ml
ettmg u(i
. it-hant said that the
or carrvinr lumber projecting, one forced to oiscontinue UM hanfilini Infiuano
persons beside of unprofitable Ur
I for permitting create m\ unde-iir
a i.u tha a/ho -
businessmen in the trade)

In a far-ort land liveo .1 Princ* *ho
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in the wurld of
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WAI7/NS TOHAHDOUTrHe
,r>AV eou -hp tat omen plam!
Dreadful. Choking, Spasms Of
BRONCHIAL
asthma r:;:
WHY SUFFER TORTURES OF SLEEPLESS
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ease that choking, smothering spasm in seconds! Buckley's
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One Dose Stops The Cough
Whin you fe*l a cough or choking bron-
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Buckley's Mixture and wallow slowlv
You'll feel the powerful healing warmth
spread down through your throat and bron-
chial tubes, soothing inflamed parts, easing
hard breathing and loosening tough phlegm,
making it easy to expel. Buckley's Mixture )
made from rare Canadian Pine Balsam, and
Other proven ingredients. There** not another
cough medicine like it. Get a bottle TODAY.
and relief right away
BUCKLEY'S
MIXTURE
A SINGLE SIP BUI WHY WE SEI.I. A MILLION
BOTTLES A YEAR IN ICE-COLD CANADA AI.ONE.
, '^V'-v.v-'x.'yl
FOR
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TO
ADVOCATE
PRINTERY
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HIIITAKI S ALMANACK
1951
1
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I NBREAKABLE
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OPENING NOW
b>
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m. ill I.iiii t. ur jl!c(utue from ihc Bill Up.
b4bkhland
Queen
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Sol* Importars :
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COMPANY LIMITED
(ECKSTEIN BROS)
YOUNGSTERS, as well as gtovm-
uj, must make sure of Inner Clean-
fttata in order to keep tit. Playtime, and
bi-limil-ume, demand good health, and
this young Ijdy has found the way to
enjoy both Andrews is an exciting
"fizzy" drink which brings Inner
CUanltnets by cleaning the mouth,
settling the stomach, and toning up the
liver. Finally, it gcoUy clears the
bowels.
As a-refreshing drink at any time of the
day, i Ac one teaspoonful of Andrews
In .i ghss of water. More important
still, don't forget your Andrews when
you wake in the mornidg '
AN DREWS LIVER SAIT
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday Only
Usutty Now Usually NOW
Tins Birds Custard Powder 45 10 Moirs Chocolate (3 Br) 33 11
Pkgs. Lemon Puffer Biscuits 52 II Pkgs. Quaker Com Flakes 30 M |
i
26
Bots. Local Vinegar (Brown)
(Whil)
111
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Tlll'KSDM. Jll.V 19, 1951
RAKH.MMi* \ll\ili \l l

CLASSIFIED ADS. "">L" *****
TILCFNONI 2 SCI
REAL ESTATE
For Bin,... Marr.age
announce-rarnla In Cart
raaraV M ff3W for
fkUtt
30 _nd 4 p
i.ar*,
I : I
. 311? for Daalh
run HIM
BBBSaMa r*. N reafa saadava M u'iU o li
*KO-dj 3 ri w--d .r..i |
wdamaa ii,.

The
Birtha. Mrn|w, Poaiha.

p.-.M on wrrk~davt and SI M i
tor any number ol words up
3 Mill par ord on wot!
4 eenla per word on Stula>
ArKiwoi-
iiousr.s
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IN MBMOBIAM
lOliutali ;T,| memort at au-
dear ..-'. a Goddam,
who ae railed to it M
IMP
Tim* haw afunged n
*m -en -11 MfMafeM

Will anger o> '
Milllceut Gemv.me W.ii.i
Audrrv aid Fl-ir.r m**n. Gilbert
..* 7 i! In
room*--i
10 m vvalk i fit} or club*
With >r -ltho.it meal. Dial HM
11.7 SIIf n
t view-a
with i imlt rootii* and all otl
afrrWSM innm and (a
Piitict.lar. Ring; KM i
ins and draa/ir
M
too Dedroume and

Thr aOana r-rn ter*v ml >* >rt up trr
** >' ** K.r nffca
' ori rrido>. mi
- :.ina Cum-
nun* at the pien.1... on Thuradax
Sag 4 p in
IT 1 tl- .;
ft*
AK.XOI'.'VCOfEKTS >
Ml .1- t;KANI> I KITE IIn br.t leal-
rlei.tial dlalilcl nihler Government lluu*
f>m r. im fr> a MM I pan Base mi an
SEASIDE INN-On Grand Ana* taint
Beach Bale, fiom 44.00 txi head per
day. Enauinei lo D M Slniget. Grenada
BMJI -Mn.
bitf A MM .Ml
LOST
BWaaEPftTAKr TTCKKT IMKiKfc Sou -B rUrf C hem it 1 M s
FOII SALE
i.ua, charge week "1 eenla and
M eenla Suada^a 14 leorda over 1*
UKfdJ 3 teal, a u>ord **4 lean a
hoed on a'undflfi.
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CAM. VI Ford IBM In good order, good
ire. Appl<: Amoni Mm... Proepcct.
I. Jamea or Dul JI73 1VT.J1 In
AUCTION
I M I .1 OP
Tender, will be re
p lo Sato
NOTICE
UMI"
ed bv Ihe
. Sea
luUdii

ion
lo b
i
itbtaincd o
Clerk lo the Von
P M TAMLTi.'S.
NOTICE
Ii IECOI Kl IKI l-l I II \lvKF. r*raar.|
patwHia having any debt oi i
the Ealalr al llarcuii lx-11-ie ClUwa*,
mare commnoiv knnwn H H -.<
IVU-I- W..I..-. lale ,.t Chureh \Mla4*
' latM Philip In lh
llland. who itH*l in tin- I-li.nd on ine
ih daj at FatmaKTi ii
rrQ.e.t..l ,i.,t-. of their
ed to iiir uiideiuaiied.
Ruataro M.n-.u si ..i Ho
Iha onaiiiWd
Mr IMI. a*
aft i | ,i.i,. i pbaii
dl.lnliiile Oat ..... Ik ..t Uk
amoni Uie p. tu- entitled thereto havina
rrgard only to the rlaliru or whieh I
hall Ihe. t.ive Had n"tite and lliat 1 *ill
rot be liable lor aiaeta ao rji-tnb .led ui
try port ilioreof to MB) person M
pnaon. of whrna debt or elaim I ahall
not then have had notier And all prnoiii
indebtexl tn the >uld MMata or* requeued
lo Itle their aeronnt. wilh me without
dela.
Dated lhl 4th tM ol Julv. IMI
E M. SMIUITONT..
Khig'i Wllrit.i.
ft Til- *n
NOTICE
HUBERT DA COSTA PORTF.
ideeeotedi
NOTICE IS IIEREHV CIVEN thai all
pflMM h-vlng any dant or elaiie-
..aai'i-l the Eatate ol Hubert DaCoatu
l-nrte. drce-aed. late of Oil tent Hoa-t off
lieirmtiient Hill, in the parlan ol Saint
Michael. In thi. lalantl. who died on
the nth day ol May IMI intmuta are re-
i,ir>t-ii n. M-nd in uartl.-ulara ol their
clalma dol- ..tlenled to the dndariHWed
la-otta Onieta Porti- C" BajruM B
Griffith. *nlullrv ..f No 12 High Street.
... barton the 5th day ol
September IMI alt, r which tUte *e
hall proceed to (l.tribute Ihe a't- o*
the UeceaMHl among the parlle* entitled
thereto n.
claima of whkh e ...>l! then Ivave ha]
i.otice .it.d we will not be Imbl* fo. ihe
aaet. or any part theraal > dlaVlbttlM
to any p*raon of whoae debt or claim we
hall not then have had notice.
And all peraon. Indebted I
reajueat'd '
, ,1,-
1X*)TTA OMETA POItTT
Qualified Admlnl.trnln* o( th.
Eatate of Hubert DaCoiti
J%3rte. tdeceaaedl.
SE HABLA ESPA.VOI-
4)1(11 VI Al.
CURIOS. SOUVENMBS. AN-
TIQUES, IVORY, JEWELS.
SILKS Etc.
hums
A Today's G. A. Suf
T-EA lor
\ 1 WO
"Cnn't you sec how
happy we would be
. With GAS iDrtallcd
FOR SALE
STEEl IH11.MS
LIMITED QUANTITY
of
GOOD SECOND-HAND
STEEL DRUMS
For further particular*
apply
K. R. HUNTE & CO.. LTD.
Dial S02T
AR m*a Duuae sr,
K Blue. In e..ell.n
roHT ROYAL Q
Televhone J04
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
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P1ULCO RBTKICEMATOR f, tJbic
ft Pull width freer fig i hamber Bfimd
rani unit Heconditioned througnuii, ,
may be impeded at Leo Yard. Cheap-
aide. Applt II 1 Smith
St. Philip. T T SI i i t,
. ..-.. i \::i. i > .iu vt..i.v
imoat new condlt.on. one "Frtgiaajee-
and one "Prlnceia Alao aome Brw
Fllgidalre laflllMatOII till in et^. *
at otir n. mi i i
B'reel. raah or 'errna K l( n n B
io. Ltd IT.7 M in
from the
1
Row in in n.r HarrH

Bale
V1NCT.M1
LIVKSTCH K
1 .. BBTOCtt
oat. Apply;
Mta
MISCELLANEOUS
(.: >te Ho.e. Within a abort while you
may be the winner ol one of the follow
Inft lit Prlie tM W.
Bid Prlie to 00. I.UI-MD
Mm Tim lli.Hiiiuii! M-ni.....r
tinna frr>rn Mr' Worrell I
*" " ..... i M houarhold
furniture M Hank H.il
X Road oppoaite I
Tl-urwlai .u-.t Ihe lHh July. IMI t
I .,'ckrk The .ale In.
Piano. Mahog anting, mm
hardwood.
1 v. I...
Waggon gad
I latoad M. MBM
dreaaing i.,l,le. night ehan. wa.h.Und.
, knenen table, and praean, glaaa and
i china ware, kitchen uientiu and many
(on ii.im-ni. |
Caih
DARCY A BCOTT.
AtMtl
l-l IM.H KOTHIS
Tan rmti per ato:e Una on eaak-daai
and 11 rrnfa par ooalo liae on Sn-da|ia.
minimum rhorBe |1 10 on u-e.-*-doy
nnj |l M on 5ndav*-
ra.*Kii

recoinmeiiaad
Knight a Ltd.
rowi m -

FARM" POWDEBED Ft'LL CHEAM
M-LK-Supieme quality and only M 13
per ft-tb tin and |1 00 per l-1b On
Get a tin to-day from vour grocer
or Drug Store and try the beat
milk oblalr.able The ft-lh f
NOTICE
ally
th- aake r
r
I '.I. I \IUM 1AMAW.II Tit**, oHern
acelveU to Mil. lull A I Ta kH I ul
Dl-I 4100 I" ; "1- u.
RECORDS: Charlie Kuni. Bine. 8*lng
____and it will order lor you if
haven't got It In it nek A Barnr. 4 Co .
Lid PI 1*1 I f t.
WELDING MATERIALS
in gaiM ol and 10 altn brol
teel and (tun fur Acetylene weldi
Enquire Auto Tvra Com pan v. Tra
gar and Spry "treela Phone ?4M
WAItTTKl*
urn Charge treek tl <
JJiinrfdM 14 lOOrda
reati 0 word icerK-4
ationa are Invited for the poit ol
st Lucy a Alm.nnuM
ry of PM0O per nwrnlh Unllonnn
d quarter, p.mlued Appllcanlt
full reruflCBtrd midwivn ane
i..re.-fi .andldale mini com.
lutlea on the 2Jth Auguat lliftl
laliont will be received by ma "|
day 4lli Ai.aii.t lM
Mil I KFANF.
<; I'Mii".
St Lucy
H.T.ai Pa
NOTICE
M..... r>| i i
AI'PI.ICM IONI
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100ed OK .said'iff
HELP
sTFN(i<:iiAl'Hiat Voting prt of Shorthand T.| IM "" Haating* Btd) lf th .1. Ai>i'. 1 IP 1 51 bi
tawTBD* "vui'ii .: .* :'.. m 1 Apply In pei.on n> 1- i v> Factory. Pruliii old Bun
tnati ta
aavlkataM
he P..
II
-
.,... .-. .
:-i in
vM. at 10 ollock
VAI.D :.
TRiMiiAn lb a at .noi.iis i in
"A vacanc ealata for a lleliet M"
anagereaa. Previoua t'\"
lerlna lor redauranu ot
mllar experience II BaaBpMl
lubtr.i'ted Ii Wrtlln|

Sealed T. -
-ill be i.
reived a' -^iiirday. tn
itBI. for the Man of EKO 1
il a rate .
aceadlM 4 per annum, I
lie repaid in three equal irulalmenU
E1M earn, commenrini In the month <
October. 1M3
A. T KINO
Clerk St fo ;
I 2 PIANOS
;* and other
Musica! Things-
|oa. Ill M tl*
Fieeirtc Pick-up Bnkelite Arma
It Head* U BuanrtM NEW
II-. PopuUr and CUtai-
ral. TJc Gramophone Record*
C lO 40r nt'v
IL. S. WILSON I
spnv ^t.
I DIAL 40M
K V- .! noticf .H ht.kxay orvi ;
ti!.a-r.~r" i ,h intention oi Ur> CO
13 7.11- n "'.hT*l'J'' '"'."'",' r ,
FOR mi HAYttFH UFMORItL
t HOUI
A RESIDENT MATROf* iwhlt
tatWRM......
Dullea lo be
IMI Appl'

I Cotnmiaai'-
Mlai
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H
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i be obtained.
MISCELLANEOl ^
rnoiriot w tsroi
F.XPEniFNt IH 1
r other work to do al home
he ui" i
and IITa
ntivelv. and
: alia
i *. .' tnapertoi
! 40 .uma n4 ind B"<"l
rival t
, i.

li.-iii-o thii 14ir day ot July. lH.
CARJILNUTfJN a> SEALV.
for ihe Cornmlaaionera of
Htlhway* tor th- Parti n La
It -. I ...
HARBOUR LOG
In Carliilr Bay
13 COME ON "FORT
TOWNSHEND
K
THIRTEEN paaacneert arrivi
btra ffvaitidas by ihe ss Fan -
luwnahrRd which nailr.i In fFOfTl fhillp
New York via Halifiiu
I Grenada. Eighty-eighT I
tranalt pasarnfem \vr>rr> on board aVuki
The Fart Tonahrnd brou)
i64 ban:, nf nunmfiil and mp|
I pukled meat, shoe., ajastwa
loih and paint from Ne>w York "vatpoo!
Film H:ill(;.V ItC DrOUghl IM - :iuoner Ain.
: gBltad fUh and 20 casi , T
ot oranCN tmonr otl i
from Trinidad.
In.' rort Tuunahrnd !-i i
a>t for New \
.\fartin(|ue, Anii-u.t. S;
Kitta unit St Thncnan.
A. -i
friar Si'
I David ton Sri
aan M
AKklV tl -
I
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I ....
A,i..llary
n ii seh.
i ''apt
Ullara,
l
I
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Paitnei. mi t.,n
MAIL NOTICE

Constructor' Loads
Sugar At Speightntown
A ship. Ihe S S Atroa Partnn
vaa at Bridgetown yesterday load
nif; 1.500 ton* of sugar
Tha AaBBB Partntr Iff:
ft nlfht tor Canada ajp
The r-aiaaHaai (^tvalm.i.^
hag bffn at Rpcights*".
moal a week* now la I
mil ha* a few more Oa
port.
World- \\ ide Exchange
Of Farming Knowledge
SHIPPING NOTICES
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watrh the three R
' 'ill' >f t:
n American The Hindu farmtt
i^daaal hU teaaal bt-fon- his face,
'..itcrtlpa tou.hlnj in til

The Amtiicar
rrting wtlh ihe- otiiet-. Mi.
.tiidt. Shu Achmv.ru
e.e 'qu-re and atronc. The

OH K
I '
- lin\\.,
o Lha land
FhH hatles< sahib, on
i. was explaining. *
r-Mn lh.

' Uiis ...l casu-
tjj -ii Dkueh a was* stalk from
ba path's adata? w
-1u ii walla alp grave ayaa stared
p and tlou
lajainT There was no nc-cd DM
roroa bar*. Tin
paati
Quickly, Shu Aehraui u
to ihi' Kiounil. acooped up a hand-
ful ol hla loam and handed it to
the Amerumi. -Aah tPala
. ... ...
Navti befora hava w* seen an
Amerlcpn fanner Wr> ha
told that all runarkana......1ch
ta ndiiiK in urcitt iron

Bi I ha iik.- one ol us -
J>r. Raymond W Mill.
dan, In ttM
rjna ol
dei ui* Rural I i
.i(i,l A^TTaCUlUire
Oraanlaatlon .if th.-
Nations, rubbad Iht ii.mdfui f
il ,'.irr(.. ..,- linger'
H. ion, tn ls| turn \tiit
;.. \m

Idea-lscHaw Pn

loi has loitc been a dan of slav<;-.
to ui. India's I inner*. U





Mi- I'rrtrliicii.in
Thailand, UlUer and stc-
Aicoo, $**"<
aCV nftKH


NF. tn'.I I w -.1 Kl t( E
AI(-(M
i prodiH-i- 3.M0 p..uml:
i. ...ii .,.,, i.-^i.i ^.j. ..^..,____.____
ted techniqu.
. ri
hing in ratun
k-fa Hi.
m ledge


da in th,
ulled St.
ant In know
..
,1 hldl
\ aaca Un
i
i in tin- HaMlt hidip aa u
a and uie seed
' in PUasaCI
'
Franc- Ital Is rla ''
I'akUtan. Tha
*i Miller r*
in tha
and p. jut ig the
hi'lr1'!!*.'.".
i
I ln,i,. ,
Timui \n
CANADIAN intVTCI

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\rPI.V:_HA niSTA aV (II, 1 i t 1
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IMAJ)

. <.! July,
il
' I
ABVMMTiSE
in th f
imori/arV
I y MiiU'i m
me in th.
tha Nile River, water
b.iffa.i(. wan for milk

' had
where plon**
and pota
i ttermenl d i .
Irtvar
I

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I ui Hlatorj
.
:

i lb
nrVonted 11
:
.I:
Murli Alikt-
Tell Mr. Achmuru,"
ana pratt^ much
iiiki- fvnj when- oo earth. Wf
.. with i hi dirt,
.ind leie rain. It ig a In-
.nth emhleim ant
dimot be concaalad i beaan hoe-
na gaKatru whan I a u alx vear*
i drove .i wati I >i lied
ii. with ii mule
rather than a cam*!, hi the I'mUil
States, we farmai are .ipitJliata
a thai we own our land.
Hut wo are tonatonan I
Shn Achmuru said ah
pl>. Il . .i Broader I have often
had. But, alas, when out
read, there is only rumour and
gossip, too often b> rnati ol aalflpli
itcrest. I am asking too much,
perhaps, but could lha
examine my onions from the
iiandpolnt and tell us
.i -h. r.nin
. f which wa have hem i
much" '
sensing the rnaajniM ol ahil
Achmuru's gestures. Dr. Milli*r
.-jrhed fur the hoe and with om'
hop defilv lifted an oi-
ls root stru.'ure up from '
Poor .stink to begin with," he
Bid, peering at the sptmllv rOOtl
l n Dial, there are minei :
in tha POil I
legume crop, |
lid help him bflU
I
Shn Arhmuru'* gyai l
'in ti. Inn
lad mlemk.1 l..i i ,
crop With ihera i tej
......ed. p<
hap '"" i-nn advise ma H
tared
again, Win
about the mule and ol
Amerlc" Il
but Bar i ahort while.
' king iiftici.ii
of thg Indian Depu bi
AgTleultura, repented the question
in English. Raj Milk
l|
shrill hnlloo.from Shrl Achmuru.
led by i wavii | ..
I in rp returning sh'
iifighbounng hold*. Ti i
d, Von lia
ICClure In the I
I.
..., ii ror a ceni ....
laMi, ifi.,,. ^ .. : t'l ulli.-i
:
i . IS, ' ''
. l il
had turned and
inl
it Y
'Uiiih.ii a/in
11 "% ''...... t,ti! tl G

..
i Shn N.Ii.im
tnei task* Six ir.<., v ,
ng built along the Nile
i i
igrleultur
1
.itid i oiisuiiiti
I .,
11 know-
ii i'h.
I
n " fmllt alf.n the Nile
.-hii',1 "
tfuippinca. sir,. .., M.M lChmuru run
'..v. (ithor aKamplaa of
lion Thero wy ,i. agrtrullui
t hcolai \
.
implement dealei
They wiv
m the u
" khM Mbi

11> thai '...
mg> Mich as Shrl

turnuii pjchjgh ol itael tim
Motcluinln
Complain
through protocol Ni

man of th<
ih.it the rtghl to
lid liniitti
. .ui own effnrl lh
I I n s | . M 11 it 1 g .
IMIMUMi
I
PA i .is, % 4 .,
i. \,in i ..>-.
i. i

i ii.M.ro \i
TME 1 i:\tll\l. IMI'lHtll H
WANTED.
A V ,
h>fl i

cessful apj :
.i similar
.
moott) daJPBatidlng on lha n.- ;.
App|) H, ,. Libmltthig
a Paaaport I'h'i- rent! 1
I
. I
I rmti I i .
:.-!< the OOVCI
ah lha and
'i thmk that Governm
impli
the Prli i
i' loi tl........n U
tl

RATES OF EXCHANGE

M 74- pr
I
Draft' 00 TH
Coua-f- ^*'
The Mule
the edge ''
pateii. Dr. Miller hog,,,,. | .,
(lad you galced about tlv c
ir it hap one thing In rommoii
with tha fanner SOU I

aen.e. \. bUndl)
i with. In
Asln then- an '
fanner, are Bvvrywherc ii tht
world II.
the rarmer -till fornM I
of the woil'iv
. ..
he must proceed from underatand-
oig and frot Mea Ffi
Ma -fir.
i owner.
tnd ran give him. There
he km w


wot id peace.
n tie tha
borrowed it Irom
* is we borrowed the
rueumliot- the agajhlaest, I
, ,,i '
tors here in Indll
II was almos:
ip To a rapt audi-
deacribed
feneil mineral
-
and even ihe I
ling programn <
eg Of tl'i
I .

I : .
" I-
i lnnd< of
Indian, bettei uah pond's
i
tation projecte into Palestine a-. I
m the lengthen-

i well In the name
tillage.
Whifpers Iron
he said
:
would bring us e il
as far as the u
ii r, n art hanl I
'' i"-t earn I
'he profli
I pet
i .
.......
of the Ii Kb h
Coanmittaa ...
.
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antlp
bafon $H'ii pei
rhaMIgh 1ST I
.
rang ,n.'.
I Q

la m the
i i .
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Pra

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With the
ln| when
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...
IT IS WIDER
PO BE Fl
OBLIGATIONS

ICAl.l'll a. iii:.\iiii
NO C0MMI8H1ON
> riA.iu.- ;
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iiOOKKItS "
i tiax book lurfct
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lull
i i i ,,. rede re
COLOI RFO VIRI
i lllla . .
RI Ml 'im i: il
MORE VEHICLES
LICENSED

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ear up '
I (if.; private cars. 101 r
IM lorries. 113


hired cat

Mnne
$44 046 91 last year
1
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BOOKF.R-S Cl'doi) IjIUC. STORES LTD.
Kom Slum Ii! Chock
I n (ii'tl I'.uy V ht .('
NOW It
SOUP PLATLS
I
itations Ltd.
;; again*'.

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I'M.I I II.Ill
i; tun inns \nvocm:
THURSDAY. HIV 19. IU1
Walcott Wins Heavyweight Crown
Knocks Out Charles
In Seventh Hound
nrrsBBRGH Juts n
IERSEY JOE WALCOT1
Cincinnatli negro on his tact
.....
, || al the count .if mnr whan he tumbled

ataman
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BOUND 7
.
koi NO I
I

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I
misavd a

Iff ore
ROUND I
.
i
in :md ring. C
ght
orner nut
Joe li.-d him. Wnleott hit Charles

i d
Starfish Heat
Si a Vympha 2/
I'm through wiltli
I hi llll>l^
Brigade
BASH. CARDEW AT THE WHEEL
been left Without a c;t
i the most Import c* of the
I HAV1 V faith in toe peep*
KM M hat got v
been patten
'' i*
miaed l.o>ai urivcrs
tie lavnltv of the Itrit.sii
B PrM it Silv.-iv.m-. ,,. 1,-uared t.
' * no news of who ,|nvr ,,,, .., praise parnell. wti.,
that just won't talk about his dls-
vears lo build, appointments. Praise peter W.ilkc.
, who made .such a brave ithow wi'h
I ta ,lrivi-. ,,, r,r ., Bnrrl,|ono , October
,.-ha. only a few d> I.. .md ,, m frlMWn by Ih-
naell for Men '' ,l M. ,mwd f..r mailb
.. !
;t.'iO. But it .n>peard only
i a static pie* 0
Since thennothing
We
Faith Shattered
the
ISH won .* nan
In their
IIm
ESTUZ Club i lemoon star-
goali lo Sen
ii-i..ii.'. Wan m
I. i.ircil OM Ogl ll
. Sun h and Bttta Williams
player
S- ....'. tlM
i.i'i- in ihi
hall
s
8m N.mnh. eot MM
than ihc aacond hi
.., mlnutei "Id Belli WlUlairo.
..... ill <"'
body bl i
.Kail'. '
p art I
' -
warren, I
',","*,;,. u*n'7 V, '
11 '" '......."" "
'' '' e5V' ......,,,. a.,,. n.1,.1.....
_. il > _i ii Sra iVuifiiihx Ann EiCKiHeii'
E I..... Tool
,,,. s I i vnv Pnl Mul ih H M W I

dan-,l i. lib Ban
Not Certain
Jf.RMY J(IF. U'ALCOIT
i .... m > .*. nave access to the entry
lain n*ti it.' -.>.' I...." JJe ., , ,,,. ,,. ,,,, M ,h
HAL OfTanlaan of the Grand h Mrttlad.
New Cricket Series
Open On Saturday
a NEW SERIES >i cricket rixtureg opens on .Saturday with
five panics in the Firsi XI I llvUon, four in the Intermediate
and six in the Second.
The end ! tht I n
I I , .'".!. (in tu
In lead Referee inn Hi
I* Fogtw
The team* were'
s'nirMi Join. Oneal Dorotbi
Cart
I] ba Um third i
tha Fini tnd Intermediate i>
in na, and for the

Teams, Ground n .M M follows:
FIRST DIVISION.
JULY 21. 28. AtC. 18.
Wandi :: Spartan .it itj\
1. Kiiik. l> R
Boiptre v M it at Bank Hall
i'ti i i. i< lordai i. s S[i> I
los
Carlton Polio
Umplrei J, H, Walcott, c 01b
( ..llcgr at l^ Yacht Club Tvnius
Results
MiN's DOOBLU
id i ; UanDlng tad > D
Trinuninfhain bi' <; n Man
i a ii
MONDAY'S riXTI'RKS
.i i> w.....i u I in <;
Manning v Mis. .1 w
j i) Trtnunlnjharn,
. .hi. lad
ed again aiUi i ' |
and i i with .i The raft
k-ft and !
11"
, lov, li'lt ( body. C: i l,(' i>n"k

with a Wt and right '
ovn two
hard rig
Walcott anothai
hard right to tha hand at tin- ball
IIOI'M) I
Flying Fih versus
m will ba Majoi \ R
I ij

Pickwick
(JmpircH:
h Tiotlllilll. c; lll.i.:
Siiimntrhuvcs
' nnis roiirnaiut'iil
but wa are not told
me not told anything;
Th<-( paopta who run tin-
. rapidly dlaalpotlBg th
talth and loyaft) In tha
. car
Now Silverstone in lei'
time with the H.AC. who
h.ive accaaa to the entry lists
drive:
have not been settled.
. .. Well, 1 can unde: '
"It to not yet eertain whether H(.(oil f Ul| H,(W(. t(l(. (>1 man,
* '"" ,.i .no,,,, radm In this country.
to drive the it k m. an unprovad ,(,.,,.,,,. ,. wnrnad the Boum|
car inn raw of thto caUbra, oi llAnn; BBM.. ruble; No ahow
wllldrlva tha Thlnwall Special, aa JJ Silverstone. and you may1
anattai tha pubUc*i Eanfa
And tn-*. Bddad -Hot Ll it yet Mine I regret to say. has been j
known wh:thei tha '.'1c,.t^ So..' *" thr,i^22
.urcaaaful roung BttrUngl ftSOU G father- He a Sheffield steel
the wheel of the BH M " 1 "^
, peii. an Alfa that as long ago as last O. i
Hoinco" witlidrew fi-oin tlie chairmanship
and, with two other members [
Not vet certain nol known lesigned from the board ol
. unplanned unprepared j; M. Ltd.
nothing new in that. W- He says "Since then I hav?
B1 bad It Ivom the il it M .-signed from the trutt rommittec,
cople avei since II * first ex- and have not accepted a position
.ireted to race lant summer. on a new advisory council set up
Ixxik at it record, l>">k at what bi-annually t<- aaalat the seif-
iappened to Parnell why only Appointed exemtive council,
las; week, when Heg arrleed al ,
. pai ling to dnWe "1 therefore wish it to be known
RJLM in the EuroiK-on that I nuw have no control
. ,,r)X' whataoevei over the daatlny ol
<', the Wednaeday, when he Uila highly dbwutned projt."
, and itrainad i wonder whether anyosM bw
I, u dayi l#foie the racere- ROW.
age io the effect: "Sorry i
And Itlgt meant he might have
We oifer on exceptionally nice
assortment of
LADIES- READY-TO-
WEAR HATS
FELTS and STRAWS
Black. White & Colours
VARIOUS PRICES
CAVE SHEPHERD
& CO., LTD.
MILLINERY DEPT
10, 11, 12 & 13.
BROAD ST.
i nol coming "
L.tfl
B'dinn CyclM M/Kj
Gain Sdectfon
POBT-OK-SI'AllN. July HI.
Len EUHd, "it-year-old Barbados
... Ms, now living In Trinidad, hoi
placed himself ii) running fo
I. n lo the world cbantplon-
after Chariea. V |r |tgj nexl month. He re-
,i light icit j.ii-. to the ,.(||V smaahed his way to victor)
. voting David Mathie,.. n, |.
with two more lefti lo the nond .,, (lf., ,W((.);||1 mvitatiim sprint,
Phe champ was working very l(,U(, rtDtnd ,,,,., (l, u. prinldad
cautiouab od Tobago cycling P
' ,,u, third Kee,. fit" meeting "
Combenmea
w. Bayley, g
DrTamanOIATS
Cable & Wirelcs* Bmptn al V.si.-id,.>. J, S.
Hoarded Hall, J C Barkai 1 ".!
(Jmplrea P *' Svelyn, j n IL ilnglei
i- : i'.t kv Ick 1
itlack Rock.
c Bataon, it Clarke,
Begimenl Spartan at (Jar-
i Charlei
i ard h fi
nUtlVC Held outs].: ii ll
WTIUami i.ik favouriU foi
I.........*......"""
'-'"''"'-''-v^tnHin'r'"''
fliR*.tlv rrom the .....ith Wei- ""' *n*\____
iron out; a vlcloui lefl h ii.i] Ui 11U* i then got a half-a
over Mnthlcu ll
Chn.U :
away il cm i quarteri and
cUnche '' i "R"1
iu E/./ai.'s' body and Ch irl
back with i righl uppercut u>
jaw.
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left )ah if '
od av ay to
the 1
lefts toCharli
ii
the ci lh l '
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Charb '
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glancing right t" J"
stifT left to lee
lefl and right lutymakei .
in a abort righl
right in return, Wakoti
I
to tl" '
again.
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to the
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1URP.N FOR U.S.A.
1X>N1X)N. July 18.
H.miiolphTuruin. World Iglddto
weight champion sails for Ihc
UnHad st.it. In the qprn M-r*
on August iMh to defend hui UUe
agalnal Bugar Ray Roblni
ber ii' t'.l'
Arthur Peatl suys:
PLOT WHITE'S ROUTE
Umpires i . Reach, P
Phillips
Windward Wnnl< i
Congo Ri
Umplrei W H in woo
Clarke
SECOND DIVISION
JULY 21. 28.
v M P.C Lodge
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Umpires: C. Archei S H ire
wood
foundation Wanden

Umpires: J. Hindi, R Perl
CeoUal Cartton al Vau-
tluae.
Umpires; H. Hinder. '1
Police F.tnpii
Umpires: C Small I t( Oxle
I Pickwick I
Bt 8 Ollkee
Combermere Leeward al
Comber mere.
Umplrei B. Col* V. Pan
*l,ii|nniis* Promoted
n the doublei lor Ihi
\w Lima Trophy will take piece
v between n W Wll
nd J s ii Dear vs C R. (
.v .mi i and I. G Hub I
VAu h Pro m iere *s
TennU Results
Yeslerday's Results
i i: i
9 M Stoub
s M.t .iskn n 2. ii ;t. ii :i
N fbrmmondi and A
: (. armlchael a
Itiritinson i. ;:. h l)
Thursday's Fixtures
MEN'S BDfGlXg
W Del i i i t Hay
N Symmondi vi 8 Stoute
T 1)11.KT SOAPS
147' an/ ENJOY-
. '
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They'll Do Ii Every Time
PORT-Or-SPAIN, Julj in
i .ii.H the three
.oil i j Pink Plower-Lu le-
TOWARDS BAULK mtake on ihe S
maeung, has been promoted '""",
I '"^.id rnV.v ''2 lo A2 LP>n'"- began tl
i-u ! i-..inrt i maiden but sho
I be wa i sprinter of claae winning
three and placing tec.....I onee In
Allnw -!;. i hm four BtarU. Othei whlCrl Will
] race In the top bracket an i I
ii-, nVe : Nan Tudor and Whlb I pal
lioubla lank a "inner In BritUI
"T' '"' Guiana, loee j Ml U I* R Bourne" Nan Tudoi
s,.ii of the famous stallion, Owen
Tudor pom from hi to Al, Mi
r. . ,i
June jumi* cun> higher, coming
rrom PI ti> Bl Ihe E.
m i rron n i" K-. and Pa
rrom d to Cl. Blue Btn
Pootmarh ha'
to AS.
..i^-. By Jiiiiin* ib.tlo I |
WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
Court nf Ota i id He-Moits
' a.B-
Coutt of Original Jttrlsdutloii
in.oo a.m.
Watei Polo at ' A-iii.ti.
(lull Haiii-on College
v- Barraciida-t and Bon
Plying Plak LM
H Ciiwiiim Heywoooa
nan PaaWre, si-
Peter ~ ID |< in
PauM Baiui Bepuutaas Bund
Btaud 7 IT. p.m.
Jal> isAl
HUM Bl
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Yesterday's
Wealhcr Report
From Codrn.rftu..
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Monthly Rainfall to date:
l.l.H III..
lUgkaal Teniperatiire: H6.0 T
Lowan Temperature: 15.0 T
Wind Velouly B miles pet
hour
Barometer: IO a.m.) 20 990.
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FOUR WINDS
WILL
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JULY
21ST
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nrt n(
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