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IWi.l I ll.ll I RARmDOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. July , 1951 W.I. Meet Australia In Battle Of Giants HOMESTERS TIPPED TO BEAT W.I. CRICKETERS UII. i IM rl Sun ti.i. IK AIN i %  lot of I i L*fighting i'. oul :.iil\ I" nil* hip of the world." • I %  • %  %  %  I %  I I Ti|> Ana r.'l Bonilas lical Flying Fish In an r I %  %  %  | %  the right WU1| .Li.ii Mi, | ardson one Ti .. %  ... %  %  %  %  rat off (ha : %  %  %  %  1 ; ihr Flying Fisli h 1 %  %  I %  Second Hall HI i i %  %  %  lA'Ufr "tin K %  the Bonlt-n wardi u* %  %  %  %  %  III H/l V I a after the %  Brickie' %  %  ^< ml l|ii:ili ( srr len I Fought '"i* anothei > Duallsei and nnrc again .' I : %  %  : i Bonltas .'. i %  I i %  %  %  c.f (he The n I J BaaM M i O. Johnson and M R Flytnt Kbh. p Foatci (Capl I H. \V> :• I | (..>! l> Bah \sr i NyioBtaa R< form Mi J. Knight. %  v.. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  %  %  %  I .:, putti' %  %  I %  | feE.IJ n't be much % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  I nil then of Up % %  .i Rj %  Bettor Thai Halloa? i i ,i I i i '. n M I i %  %  %  And v\ r i In tti' %  iava lo band Weal India. made rapid ti idt When y* %  MM tin* ihorl time thej ha' been pla pared to oth %  IK.I1 Mak. no mistake about it. there people la Ih %  pupil ni Mterd bei m the equal ol i England players who o contributed n much I li u i %  ., ibl %  caught ui napping Ian it could ."-' n be Austral! %  . oma %  %  : the rubbi .i inod 1 %  -mt ini| fi %  i one a tor I Ida, u.s ba ba %  Millar, -in ibg the world i i i %  he turns %  Latandln in t\'i> U'nnis %  HEALTH BENEFITS LJ • TONES UP DIGESTION • ENRICHES THE BLOOD • RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY • BUILDS UP THE BODY 1 FOUR 01 K W I waaa, tni CLYDE WALCOTT. WI wtca %  r k"o Ag-'i ittaa bawkwi most worry. t koeper btai>n who f'orr. with the oth'r "W'. Everttn J, Laker Gets LOO Wickets This Season %  Ian %  %  %  H of it 1 '. %  %  %  %  ALLAS RAE WATCHING A///// MILLER an bots9 %  %  %  iiimr": In HI be go%  ting from %  i K md issue at (hi West '. %  i %  b i I 111 JKIY i I nath%  "I Inn . i Lsay Haawi %  I SO K> ill Mill.-' ', %  net 1 %  On Tha T.p m rel i%  Allan la too %  %  %  WHAT'S ON TO-DAY Court JT ClaSDIHTJ UaB a.m. Con.*of App' P-ollra Court* 1" Hi Excllnr> | tpeii* School Tor Bli: d I Jam*!'• Wnt-r Polo .it Actiialir Otnti fi.OO p in PaUea Band St. PIil. pa* turn ,.t 7 i Mobile Cuirma (-)vrliow i Foundation I'Church at '.!>'i p.m. cnUM %  OKI ti|*aa %  * % % %  • rkeaSwkmS Baa in ^ an - *.. .. -' %  > ti •' •) i U.K. First Class Cricket RetHdta LONDON, July IS. i cricket re* no and 130. South '. %  Midrib N •'•' and 3 for ^ M I •-' 1 .* and 188, I and 320 for 0. :*93. ihc match IM and 317. Yorkshir> %  red and so for t. Wtr m-itch was drawn.—(CF> BYNIN AMARA lids 6 i ILL t M I rUNBURYS HO lOHOO i mi inifi mi \n M hrOTVYCa OTK IH TV proc :M RATt> LBN CrVfti I.MI. miwp.r *d.I, A I %  M.l'.l \ I sss,',:**','*'-' i t \KI i: 1 %  %  i Club pMmiere Lbei nuDAfg IIMI RH Keel ggagtea <• M I S. A MiS M StO %  v N ."liner's Coif Job Goes To Quigley i ti* the i ..i dial Prtnci "Mllllonaln Km 10 year' 'id & % % %  Hot %  ii Q ill v, tor tl \\ M i\ Faulkner, the > i ... B ppl b Bobb) Nlda had ite %  turn of 14 f10,0 H) %  chome, u I Enter Denis I %  %  %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  Dei %  i Glouceal %  FOUR WINDS WILL RE-OPEN SATURDAY JULY 21 ST MAKE SURE THAT YOUR NEXT SUIT BEARS THIS LABEL OF DISTINCTION Remember, a comfortable fitting SUIT is our first consideration. Thero are increasing numbers who recognise for themselves the consistently superb cut, fit and finish of the .... IDEAL TAILORING We will welcome the opportunity of proving this to you In our . TAILORING DEPARTMENT on the first floor of CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10-13. BROAD STREET 8 i = s I P.C.S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd. I I %  •Oil SAII t uldny'a Wcbthcr Report H I %  %  B IB) 'I | They'll 1 Jo i: I very 1 imc i r F CffVlN / OUT LCHJO-WHAT ( KAPPEMCD TO YOU, V W,L0O YOU LOOK • %  • OOY'. ih ya/Re. ON A OET-.-.. TAKE rr rr; p fsc: A PAL— J \ J '. CUT IT OUT* TOO< OFF ZO FOUNDSJUST CUTTING OUT BR£A3 fOT*TO-5 /ND cesse/ti: % %  i.. tr ( r^E FAT OUy 1 HATES ID SEE AUtVXr/ WK/S SOT WILL TOWER EMOU6H TO TA THRCL. ( COOR OF THE 1 SOUR GRAPES PEPT~ ?o IT E^ERy TIME—THAW n> C*'CAOO. XI.I-. IMPORTANT NOTICE Our Downstairs Premises are being improved, but we will continue business on the Second Floor as usual. We solicit the co-operation of our Customers and the General Public. CORNER STORE BUILDING SITES at IIH.IH. V11: Si. Michael 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 'phone 4230 Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Head Office, Prinee Alfred Street ^^9**VV'V*****V>^V>^V'**-V>->**-,'Vl'VV*'i**V^'-*->**'*'^'i*r>ww SPORT SHIRTS MANNING & CO.. LTD. BY CONSULATE WITH LONG SLEEVES AT C.B. RICE &. CO. BOLTON LANE. -V-CVAW Kw.v/,v.r/.-.'. J



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FRIDAY. JnU 2" MM BXRBAIMlS UlYOCATI. PAGF. THKEE 4-Hour Debate For W.I. At Westminster laU ll.it ill I i ni|tl IIOIHIIS LONDON Indian visitors and newspaper publishus In nimons Gallery may ha>< idance of M I Hy, it would i bun Lred M Pi M erij ditthc proUmn <>f tin* Weal todies. m particularly critical of Labour Av Barltrop Some Labou: the position o( the Union 1 i i i bj Mi !' %  .... %  : %  '.. %  be taken as apeak! trinit'itl I II II %  '< .tl 13, He quoted M to Ihc House ol Commons-— "The • %  IVIt wlllll.l'l %  and cnndlllons 0* lOUO %  ihould bo Lmprovod It norm.I %  % %  ida union urinI %  %  : %  llggle than thai o all p To t onoo, ii H . rftruaglc trol ,is b e t ween .onsiitutcd aovoramonl .,.; ngoni a A Dull Speech f Slab Mi OriflUhB, of UM dullest and least Uvo OVti heard from an experienced politician One mi^ht have though'. that this was a novice in otllca. The speech Wai full of t"OOd ,ind well-worn phrase*, such as "unfurtun.iUh there arc 11 tauflUj n to get the !'* %  •* IT;, n for thi).>!> mOn who could give AM beat advice and I do not itin enter Into d" He ha i. i.. ,,!,.,. on wiu.ii %  l .1 of the future of the Whole Of the We* Indies l |mtBut i' debate, than thl some 2d who hi Maton last Wtdin The House "f Cornaeana reserved nearly tout hOU and 1 will not %  -. .. %  through i ach thins.* %  %  i %  %  %  %  the new-. Press Gallery who writ, inn for the conntltutional develi I %  Bequest The be I tl 11 two %  them find was the much undCI Btcrei of Btoto that the Lecialature* of Barbed !" Bnti-ri Ouiana. British Hot. dura* and Jamaica should llnd lime to debate the Ranee Rl "Closer Association". It must be said lhat Mr. ririfTi.tr-. was couched in falrl) si net in We ati i i inator tells a eoloninl lf-BJslattirc how time. But only British i I iignorant of the I In the Wi miike .i itan OUT i Ml Grlrnlhs adi 'her they the I %  %  apt It, turn it down, of accept 11 cm does not enter into thl if it finds genera) acceptance, it must be I %  he put into operation". %  hi r.nmthfin 'in km,] of "goI n Dr. Hyadnlh Monjan, anoUM r M.P hrouptit up ii H, y. Issue; it hu been AI years. I repeat that these Islands wish ;> be Joined logethei Do not let them %  %  Office or el vet been a West Indiai men' appi Openll Speech %  %  %  few years ago. Ml unknown to W< lei and was the Pori lan Office which took him to LatinA • •: %  tering the House of Common* taken a very %  ID the Impel Committee of the Co Party Andean I bad the toundi n ape* on the Wi it Indii made were n and tundi of population. O*AA< A& 3 &-&-' %  Learn Grom the hospital. Whenever infection threatens in your home, use cd. Capital Needed each for the Con;,. Mr LennoxBovd i wi the future Colonial 8* raters I attempted IU on v hat he railed "the fundamental problems A| the West I He He quoted itea Ol Piofessor Arthui Lewis, hie diiUrnuished West Indian. AccoRUni to l.wis L 130 millions of Lai ii needed in the West Ithin the next 10 vears proi Hie jobs for tOO,%  Mi Alan U'nnox-a^' capital could be eneournneil was fOI the llovernmrnt to vote tPX reliefs—"um holiday", The debate could lxsummed U| as a rath, uring of hi end it was hurried to <~ %  oncluelon o'alock, when 11 bed t" live waj to chemists under the MaUonal Health i Mi I "ok. the ColonJi' ended for the %  nt. and the bei' for the Whole debate was the thrown in by .i I Mr, Hankin, in Diet frai uon of time left eficr the Minister had sat down Mr Bankiii asked. "Many ol have 1 polnti that are not unli m In our m Uon am i -.hould like to know if the I'nder'"i 'in Cetora]aaj will give us written answer] < %  • %  of these pa 8JQ .,,,,'. oci 9 iti i had ended. Germany — A ml Trade W ilh Colonies %  J %  tuibed h) bj Dalenee of %  %  in a 64-, Econuiii> o( Ti % %  issued b> "The BUM %  Kirkpatrleh. tl,, %  i rfth uade is i %  to Di Von Maltaen, (! %  Ftreign Trade Department, ol nal Qerman U ifieooomioi ;.ll in bil %  ract that wiuie Imp • %  of 1,608 million doOan goods fr"! i >r Ieiuduii: thetr oversea lernto* riesi. Gei i ported to them only I.4.M milU n dot of ifoods. Trade with Fiance and Great Biv i for the whole of that deficit of I million dollars. Qteai Brit line her colonies, ejjport' 245.8 million %  | uoods but kraDorted h many only 1S2.I mlllloi worth. Dr Von Mahsan declares there U little doubt German} adll be unahte to regain ;i balance of trade with thl • %  I.11,1 | lonj %  she u nm in a ' earn the im be % %  %  be nee di f'r buytai foodstufTs lependerri ten % %  tones nf the fr.oie /one or the slerlina Area through sell ins: more to the respective mot he* countries than she buyi frtjpl %  %  Ul H'huildii.g bei texU Cry are dl CUMM by i>r. Hani-Wernei Btaratake ..] of the Weal em German Textile A CJhief Of material supplies, r. •• the Industi. which depeodi to-day I about Hit ii corn Foi ml lable handicap, too. has been Federal CermanyK growlnft shortage ,,f '"" chUup) Fnreljrn exchange resource* are. atarj Genei wholly In elal import needs "and :' Uhtlni I hard battli to raaaJn i toothold in world mari.ets % %  Qerman hopee -.• % %  on Ihe outeomi ol • ttoaal Reu Material > io Waahlngton. The Fed. ers hold thai ill U nUl faeturir.g count! :i to material With a domestic market now reeictltlUJ satisfaction point in the period, Fedei ,i Ger%  activity in tex'il' Oeneral adds. Africa Is Spemmmg Sues Fonner Own era XCEDDTNG BELLS And Britain Must SeU oi "La PredM 4 'OH HALLKRIW % %  i u*er" l %  %  ...i ChUd%  %  .,(,,,,; around 1.600 million L — ~ %  %  %  ill? baek.luriim u rest. A wagi reef! l.ick men %  : .. %  known I Hen sumei market And the most valuabll all ii thai Ihe 470 million ,,: the British i oi iraow I %  depend on Britain %  the B %  MIDI group, did i H.OOO-mlli I brought hack around I %  and Paklaten ordei £•.000,000 I -.iKl.000 from the Far Bast. Mi Dank I Broad U K Trade i t h e r n %  can native win spend i thi new market I found thai thnui much-de %  '.. and hang them round thali necks leathei '•" make room i i Introduced the loalei %  for Afi %  luce He* %  i lines %  %  %  %  %  I DVed PODIlI r %  moui ... %  "Get Ii %  wealth I estimated at around % %  %  %  'DETTOL' THI MODERN ANTlSfPTIC %  i i.i-'. S 'l I %  t< La I'reiiva %  n ouths. peaoa. tin government luita fron ua La rrrn*' %  Govant' I after e ludgi i, od thai j'i> more than Id — CP' Maionic Anniveraary • i t.i ... % % %  %  UM Daput) I J..in.,..-.. ii'id th> i Dpn .i %  %  %  I %  r %  %  %  %  i %  .! CS| I I...i Ski pi V Skelton will r turn '" H until lb. i i; will u ->r Bkeli. ,-. %  %  %  i r i 1 I f F/e/scftmanns fA/ewDryYeast I faqas fres/? \ far weeks HARBOUR LOC us SHOULD PLAN FOR In Carlisle Bay %  ek Rsaanm ti.. M v iwnij %  %  S-ll PMU.r i. tovfe M-c. %  •* W-h lliiv %  %  %  %  w s. • Prankl-n D B *-h. I*I to... rh taudBlph-. *-h K.imiw M ARB-IV -\I.H I I'MTIIARA. I .Me Ions ntt, Cpl l.iwn lioni TIII. AI-COA mUTAN 3.TO nwt. IPI. • ki-N s GANVMCniV ,IPI C*pt Drljnn fiwm h>"no Ai" v i i Hi ..ul i "I'll i> •> %  ORANJUSTAD laSS lii ni-l tB' Abieto, '"' ToniaM SURPLUS GOODS EARLY WASHINGTON, Jul> 18. 1 %  %  11 Army I %  ltd of Ui %  vat Iha ; %  i Uused I Irtation of PenfcuaJta, STOMACH upsets When the stomach is upsri A* a result ol hj; • I dose of De Witt* Aniai.d I'owdfr will dtsprtw thr uuin and distress h|tht awy I'lululencr, heartburn ai.it n>a^eattaa are some of Ihe syioptoms that this rscass of o] add in the stomach cam Wing ui it train. IV Wills Antand Powder soon nruti*lie thr and and at the same tune other ingredients in the wrlll—lam-ed formula aoothr and uiulect the delicate stomach luiuis*. Get a supply nght away. Hfitts ANTACID POWDER ki W ia ta Ui,,, 4(W Sooth*I Slomach ffaMvi | | n t for uit (fy Irom hornf Carrr a low • '• %  <• % %  % %  DeWltrS • I.I', .... .J !" llu CJ mm TAGLETS • SENSATIONAL OFFER!! IVIIT Pan r..Mv\ i mi 11..'. KI.. ll l SWIM SI IT to lil %  6 l.l.Vi'lv I I IAI. LOW PRICE $3.60 I'KIJ.—i i .,|. >i ill. Modern Dress Shoppe TODAY 13 SHOWS) Mid ( on limit ii ic li.il 2 i 4 45 ^ 8 30 p.m. I :. ml RHi i. i CARIBBEAN PREMIERE! i RKO Hl mtoinn n WITH BETTK ItKIIM.I IOU V N Tl l'i I PLAZA |r MADe HIM ... now t'll Hreak him>* Neesls no irfiiqetation — tn ea*y te e*e ov oldfashioned pemhable yeast • Itnamnrl FlriBchmunn t IVv i' 'i ind active %  bay It S i drlt.ioui A-k vo„r tracer f nr hi"" \ [>,. auaaWaas try Fast RH .' %  %  ru f>rice Uw si' dan li'lua tone up SO IAST TO USI lABtSfl ; %  %  • rmpiMM* vet • &ep r> Kapler lo-tfur. KEPLER! COD I1VFB OH WITH M AIT EXTRACT ^ Buaaouf.HS WHLCOMI a r_o PRODUCT ^^ It's NO -.i-\ to ship Jihiio-.! .invlhlng hi .I.I sflSji inexpensive too. For advice on your freight problems call BWIA BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS BETTE^DAVIS BARRY SJJLLI VAN Sa MM tnenfo" IMC C0KIRENT UftOR III 11 HUN -FRINLlS Oil i • o.. HM d h. • TRIUMPH OVER PAIN QUININE—THE fOUP.TH IKGREDIENT IN 'ANACIN' How ooei ANACIN' ft.,e.e pin 10*. M. voatCt..el, A te ,-v. taan bilsneinf of thraalimout madtcina^ (Phennaon C He,mi and AcriylnlKyhc Atid) *nh %  POMIM %  %  And 'Aaacln's Oum.nB KU "or n,.-ektor< a %  !! itn-.r of *! %  ce'ng t 0o you suffer from I m nyof thwjtm nt PI '' / bung ou Immsdlata njlial. ouout inuring ipcd CST OFF fAIH-AT 0MCC Yai. 'or a nary Imle you (in buy i J-tsblet envtlcpr of ANACIN '— anougri io bnn| > naai a bout of pain 'Aflecbi u alto iwallaile m hand| ad In botda* of SO lablau. Shar* in m* fccnefln of i> \ grea) B.IVI.A., BHMK.I TIH', S fXTSl SPfC/Al AUDITION FOR AUGUST PIANO" and Lateit "WORLD NEWS 9 § ^///i ^ %  %  %  aaaciN \t *i irasi ami



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PACE HfU* BARBADOS ADVOCATE I Nllin Jul) !. IS31 BARBADOS r A1V06ATE N-I*lii HiTiiirr's I iiial ltV|iirf •:.. A-.(. Jul% M LAWLESSNESS IT i• tion I milled igiij %  m week men on their way I focus public attention on • tion inn! for Its pa %  Government not to slir up u commit ;i public nuisatu unfounded Ml MOM wank the Manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce was attacked at matter vai thoroughly assailant was convicted at the Court of Grand Bai I H %  laVot ata Trie Police In the early raoura "i 9 day morning foul He had bw now a patient at the General II".. Earlier th ll i Advocate Co., Ltd. was attacked in another city str eet Al I It I remembered that the IIKKHI a brightly. The g W i Ol tfal record Other people i 1 and iniured on pnvtoui recent months and then unknown. In none of thi been any attempt to gel mow I and it is therefore reasonable lo Iruta the attacks arc shirt acta ol Lawle done by youngsters pracl have seen on 1 %  lion to this condition | "iriise the fair name of Barbadoi I 1 do* The mere publication I* put the would-be attacked on I the public on the look out fur tin i squeamish attitude cloak these Isolated acts until th l<> ittaeks and to Ulfoi ID tha %  of any Interference 01 BU*D1< acts by Intruders. The Police alraacrj duties to perform and the only Way In which this growing menai imped OUt is by public CO-oni I I 111 l< Rm Benefit 1 The Old s The Who From Fuehrer's His* iji /... nd his putting %  'liii|[5 ; pli TI t> >if buna's booh %  lit ii or not k ... '•' % %  ;... octalM many, iik> Party in HunEUTOJM mutt k i %  ihtlated in thi %  two*, ho %  %  %  %  i %  %  WATCHMAN'S MOV Even in a small island, distance from the centre often tneai neglect, At Turner's Hall there I B -.itchman responsible for the p\ oatur;ii gas well He hi i Ith a hut about thret iiiaro an i about seven feet 1" * St Andrew He oV lerves better of the community thi lr>i unprotected box* i r Mom; si t, \ iiio>Him LONDON. Lati %  i imports of sugai int< the Ui ited a big imports ; %  i with a year auo. Imp rtsl Cuba -;e from 44.142 ions in M May thia %  .* a total inport figure from forei -ices ol 199.219 toi in May, 1950. %  Imports from Common v.i %  ay, 1951. I %  i I 1 from 10 urns. t five i I.i[tain irnpoi ti %  %  — Hi ii %  %  when %  month ub%  %  i %  %  %  %  : > certainty, lead the break ihroujih m either .1 few dayi or a few weeks to it, %  AUantte. IBM of lhi_opinion thai procpet't .r u-inn hlxiataS %  <,: itn bo th< %  beady iieen liberated once basiro, tirst of our I-.II;:-. itinl III w iU|n**, ;.ml then t %  i ibbed LM of our German %  i .-:hts. woulJ ItritiE us Into thM situation in which North and Soutli Korea find thamaerraa to-day. "There every man must asK %  What ii ration? l.-t the Americans go back to A jin.1 biava ia ROJ ai alone, for !.. %  %  i idm and 1 I IP I' He low n ii. prpM the Americana, A: .ill %  %  %  % %  ; %  'I point of world Mane, %  in ii-.k, for .. rnonaml % %  • 'i"' avdl* re tl %  %  ...,i thi n miki tha pohM %  %  [ consider o On the ol i <.ii In ih dlaboUeaUj brllllanl ploci il proporUon l one vanlw propaganlo 11 In favour ol the w"If I'" N..w looklnl ai it 'rom the %  '' %  liberation of tab kind m ty In laat phaaa %  only the liQUktetlon -.1 -i Ruanan probi I r. wo are "f Uw tion "f tha Oeraian problem . opinion HID' the Ruaalani mu>t no pauaex aga *i. Than addai rencentr South m tha C uu unu fulfilment of the ratnthau Plat: With other it %  I Europa i;< .il nirnace preventive war Tvlep Hi"' union of %  i: i immune to tin* image. Tor. deaptta M a r s h a ll bin AW .mil evervUnna ataa 'hat the would wolAjnarleana have done i rebuild ,4 n, ^„„.t niHiMi dirorfa ' ""'""' l Oarmany and German industrv. '[. lh o Oarmin who has not ( '" %  nan Comitfll %  ., back of hi nuhd propaganda pictura of mu condition H rha UoraenthVu PUn.* 1 It show* l; i ud li"hr depiived ol %  • ... i into •• be Uoilj ff< .., potato BaW b) order of ful %  tuft this U i I onthau. ndrrlul propaB la %  > >: i is wonderful propa1 %  fa the Kuvx.iins. K thfty v havim || ,,ii dot,.fa then '""; %  inwhan he ata on to the plan without puinMa panny, thenthaj mform chieft to undrrmino woat,.., B new Germai An .., d very fortunate io| It 1 I U %  we buill up and .... r attack again*) whether It want* to %  i l d .iii.v „„. miuvi World lenslea war wlU than But for Westerners it the real aaanaca of Rcmcr '.!L I I the Kuri'mirl his fclloW-prcaohers of the new Naahon is noi just the distant j'rospect Y ^rs in 1835 wc-e allowe.l lo re% % %  • i %  %  of the count* POCKET CAF.1'0ON (isit/ itl I \Ni .wi I R communications the iherlfb \> n-pal K -1 %  I lUvea %  .. ii little %  \ end order |*l justice %  I'hev gradual'.. .4 local ed Hut while the to lie governed i%  %  charters i %  prlvlli nee nf The antrj %  %  %  fed -port and the p owet ti> Apart from three "County Boroughs 1 *, other t> roughs und also the urban end i iinel dlttrlcta into which the rest of the county was were %  uboctUnate to the i >uin>. Citizen Flcclions For Councils Praaanl local government system In England -t based on the election of m council of dttaeas W ate to all the local afTalrs of the local community, it is organised HI a hJerarchy, the country is divided Into 82 counties and 83 county borouKl.s. In the county (exdudlni the county boroughs) the prircipol functions of education, man. roads, planning and health are the responsibility mty council, while th i ordinary boron C i. The county alboroughs alone operate outside 01 HI the factory UlU hierarchy |>erjnnning all the local covernmani tunctloi UtUJ combining foe their town the Development Ol Parish DOT of county, disOreapa %  %  ) u1 DarUh For the greater part of the li;ii flut once again tht challenge changing eocsary ha* to be China's Armislicc (liici Is A Robin Hood' h* Dr. VHTOK Ft K( Kl.l. (LSCtWSMf in I or I astern MMorv. t aaiirldge Uadvesatrj i A COWHERD who HUM finds tin 1 eyes of the world tt bl announced that his I meet. At 50. stout and close-cropped (: Teh Huai looks back on a career that has taken him from his fathers farm to the command of the "Chinese People's Volunl He is a native of Hunan, cradle of many ..i the toughest revolutionary Tse-tung himself for a fellow rjrorlndal The son of a prosperous tanner, relied with his father's second wife. Braruiid unlihiil" (in those 'lays ti %  Chinese crimes!. Inhad tn leave I fend for himself. THBaUCfl IM'l.K He worked first as a cowherd and i l i COSJmlner Tiring of this drudgery he ap1 pealed to a rich uncle for help. This was forthcoming, for the uncle had a | dauRhter to marry off. Penj; became Informally beteothed. Bui complicity %  Rohm Hood" exptoU Involving the Looting i |ce itore by Vllllorced %  lo take ihe At sixteen he %  of fortui %  ither in %  i ;; ii p p i a wing (By this time the Manchu dyn. i>d to i"' snd China was broken up Into fragment i i d(i rival war lords, or bandit chiefs ) He DCCanv commander In the forces ol l Hunan war lord and later joined the army ui tin tanf*—Chiang Kai-shek's rS In his youth Peny was dapper and per snnable. though also unmistakably .. peasant with a plain face and swarthy features. Mis expression, stolid in rappee, became animated and attractive when he gvl warmed up on fl rubject he felt deeply enough about. Ting Ling, the Communist "New Woman' and the most famous woman novelist ol Modern China, said: "There il son;. about Peng Teh Huai which is disturb! 'females.'* i But while she wa and by Mao Tse-tung even more so) Ihe flirtation came to nothing. In any I already had a wife. He married in 1920 a young middle-school graduate (thi cousin being long since dead). Recent photographs give no nil romantic phases of Peng's life. He with a jutting and obstinate under-lip. "Mongolian eye" very pronounced, wee rumpled tunic. His chief weakness is said to be for melons Of which he consumes vast quantities (whether or not these are good or bod for the duodenal ulcer he contracted in 1938 during the Ir Ii'il 1 i t\ mil •II, DAMN N PI ftfl :r. NO \in\iivts — Oal) retTTasM ml BVGAR Obtainaelc al % %  !! Grocers %  %  i %  %  %  New Danes With Growing inihisiii.il PevelososswiBi %  i %  %  i i i i % % %  .* ...,./ nibmem ni r special met The growth of towns prompts for boundary adjustments in the'thirties into unions for the me !, %  made only the expense ^f the eoanrjr. kwra I m some kg require ev ey funcle traaafei n i oth, %  1 %  i.: i %  %  18.1.1 a i g %  %  — FAITH Peng Teh Hum and Chu Teh became fast friends from the moment of tbear Si Ing. Peng is completely "sold" on the £\>mmun 1st programme as the one solution for China's auncusttsa, and is as enthusis I I'U'. hirnseU as Chu T.-h is unemotional and ii served. Kv( r sine the l'..u i has pinned his faith on two thingsthe support of the people, whom he COB as a fountain of military and a strong political conscience among the soldiers, who. ones they knew > uoiild. he s.iid. be invincible. Before his appointment | Korea. Chu Teh and he were the tu members of the "Big F Red China. WORLD COPYK— IIS. Jusl Received In Our WOOLLEN DEPT. CHAMOIS LEATHERS In Super and Mi ilinii, Qualities • GET YOURS FROM II IOSI % y CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. FINE MEATS MILK WED CHICt A.. %  ll. TURKEYS X-.-. I %  10 lb CM DELIGHTFUL DRINKS WI'V i im run I'.iMiy NEW ARRIVALS i.VI.KS COI.IIKN SYRUP cunt; PAD GLUCOSE, HONEY AND SYRUP l-ALVES FXK)T JEI l.Y IIANOO CHUTNEY %  HOP 1-OTATOES FOR YOUR CHICKS STARTENA. GROWWA IIIIAI' J: Phone GODDARDS We Deliver S .; S 1



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I lilllW. JuK .'" l'l.M llAIIII.MHiM UK Ml PAGE PIVE Ex-Policeman Found Guilty ColoniaJ Students hi l .i\ Of Fraudulent Conversion I Gel Another Centre ( From Our Own Oir. *,. SKNTENCE IM>STIM>NKI) Walkers liri<|o, ( oder Repairs CYR'!> rVOB MORRISON, an Ex-Pi Baliam of Gram .,' %  1 1:1! mSnt Just'ce Sit* A Mi W v. Rewi, K.C., SoUcitor C Cn.wn white Mr. E \V H.„i.. w ..,., .. Km iippoared on a two count Indictn enl 0 first com .will obtain!] Da Ver in Jai u % %  tending that I %  get a job for him in Nassau. %  la | may inacfop'\< d null < %  I III B • i.easenolif.s jtw* VI IO WORKERS (,G u\ STRIKE w tl r. J.II> ID %  %  b iranjeatad 1 Brings Cheese, Tinned I !;.IM • On th< • %  %  Dt Vere %  Ed ki Van on ihc Rnt irlnj that %  : %  %  him if ha Naatau. Hr Morrlaon told him thai he could Dutd o >•' %  %  % % %  • % %  I . N ... ;. „i,n so he aaV u pi5sagt> lur him lc. .].i.bought a pi himself with the $120 and left him in ihe Island. ItaUaa :lK*/ f**7l Scnoonef OreaJeotad D %  %  d from Amsterdam %  Da Van told tha < became acqualntad a/Hh while he was coming In Guiana io Barbadi After maatlfn on IBM friendly ruxm uaad he (Morrlaon) wn v %  larttau io b m which a forn which ha Ir: .(I Barrow. Da \\. that Mi rrbran n that h %  W*i u polio i OMyaMaMH net) brou %  %  %  and 3,i %  1 %  •thlo %  ; %  %  %  I Private Quartan %  %  %  i %  l regard to I Canadian Oil Business %  %  %  %  %  int, S %  %  -ir %  %  finding; LUMBER BLOCKS WATERFRONT %  "-ugh pln< %  Ainu I'uril i %  %  Mono i Flood Victims' Payments Begin At \\ elfare Office %  Whan tha I terday monmiK Mr t: W Bar... % %  I. addressed the Jury. H two raunti Sunday. native. On ihe Brat count I thai thi•: %  Ho %  ubmlttad that a | %  I ever) • • %  tag atiii | lences. r I n the dutj • manj people i .IV the lurTei Inj %  ttli %  i." %  i hml Pan % % %  i %  I tei of iini%  : %  : % %  I i India '' %  U %  %  -tl' • a %!/jta{{ diaiA fofl BVBAlf occoAivn on AULQ at ihs leading MohaA fa %  1 i i cure r It* mode. ' W. W thnt lh> %  r %  %  the $120 from fall Job, Mid did 'MrtO %  Not Battened i ^ peigliUlown Sees Film M'\\ i-si Indies nd met thai man i 'he The ao U %  \ mind off IV V.'t lelter whiofa the i \ iru pcagnant s I ing. The accused km-w the law and procedure or : I a statement In tlI The t't wn was llir mmpl. • If there is %  dOUl iiccused shooiri pel th" bet* the doubt In a caw* of thai SOrl Uoa was whaua i rou i %  the II o %  matter her then robin-; r. Then I %  i before you. that of rra If uv th> y ahou Ing the acc ua ad lullty offence on tin Indlcl At tt His med HI a verdict of guilty of fraiKiulunt conversion. : in Bi er". lit to POCKET CABTC OK hasm }' i i \ %  %  Idnsoj %  i 1 %  %  %  Vnu\ Refute Troops (fovemenl Reporfl M ASHING rOW %  %  %  %  Ma nil Guardi Division) now in K the fact thai the ncri D00 %  month the numbrr of tl il ion pro. . . %  ii in Oklahoma wore. i ii nlng. %  %  %  ive. %  end Korea. i p ll INSIST ON PURINA 4 HOWS B THEY ARE THE BEST %  B H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents %  % % % % % % % % % %  --------:."."I11T .11111 DU*U rilDI i'> H I 1 ^.i^f*rfl*l KIMWIH.H %  %  I u y 24. %  %  D i that -'t the Umc of i elamere 1 | | ... i ite Vi %  %  %  %  1 %  I . 1 %  %  I %  %  %  %  BROKEN WIRES ..I hi-i ln.nnn H MAIL ASSORTED wouldn't • SCHOOLBOYS CELEBRATE COMBF.RMERE Srhool boy.ite,l :i, un l.-i music yesterday mo;...plea %  i -,,1 I itCT f'.l then IOTIK vacal Tiu* i..' ..-. % %  No Grand Sessions Today THBfl ol th Court of Of ind D ea rl o ni to 113 mship seuliKi. -on, %  iurt HOtM ,,f Grnnti SeeakMU will nay, Julv 23. rrlbesman ;il; i I be Loud SUGAR LOADED FOR U.K. milk nnd 4,110 I U I %  h 1 %  %  n n Perl Tawftolirad. %  %  1 art rcwaahi ad %  %  Ki\;il Replies To Britisli Protesl 1 All.' I, B ired ti" p < .! % %  .HI who %  1 %  %  bj |hi I %  I 1.111,re Marti .Hid ;e %  . t] hei rlahl 1 1 %  hie in 1 %  %  %  i.. eh %  %  ,1 ind. \N^ e \Ue' US \be BoW •Bo' 0 ponce v*"*^** 0 we have the SPORT slum S5.2I & S5.98 PRINTED DESIGNS Including Africa Prlnfct ud oilier 1 loral Patterna from $2.91 to S5.58 HARRISON'S — BROAD STREET ir. 4 Hex VS. Gordon Bl ngton. No. 28 Itev vs. Samuel Grant. 2.C8H baffi Peru 1 %  H* u ?^ SHOPP.NG BASKET from our fine List of SPECIALS |i LAI) LYNN SOl'TH AKUI. %  I 4Kc. 1 %  STWMIIII SCOTT A COl/TII. I TO-DAY'S SPECIAL /leaping Delightful ; yy J : ^ %  CREAMS The k! brctkfail thai build-.l Save 'tm and Swap, 'am ... 40 Cardt in tha Sarici. I'IKIKMX al SODA IOI M \I\ ) ;'.%'.',','.;'.; %  ,;:•.;',;•*',•*•,',;',','.','.:•,;*.:•.•*•.;•.•.'.'.:: --'---'f#4 CORNFLAKES todayl I Finest Value in Pyjamas Gents Underwear I.I 4COTA" STRIPKD PYJAMAS—I %  mlM si/.s: ::s i„ il hirhrsiii •:. -• •MIII ENGLAND" Mil COUNT! POPLIN PYJAMAS In Shad '" %  Cnam, Oraj si/,-, i M Io U Inrha .,i M a i* r s,, 'i %  Mix GAUZI ANKLE LENGTH UNDEB IMM-. Slaaa : M ta M Inchaa. Prlcad Iroan iS2^r. in EL5A Il \ l>. BROADCLOTH UNDEB PANTfl Bfana %  ::n i" II lachaa al 0 IS ptl Pall INTEBLOCK COTTON ATI 11 I. IK VBflTfl (ShwvahM) / : M io I" iBeboa :n II "taeh i.ra I'llil SUIT WOOL TARTAN SCARVES %  v.lliii:: \i.ri T artans, ELTt Each 1 \-Tli and 1 I Mill i. BI LTS \ lortod Coloon. Bbai i %  '< Io 12 Inchaa .ii Mi Bath BOYS'TOOTAL TIES—a narj aUractti .,i Each %  range <>1 Pattcrmi CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LIB. 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET



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FBIDW. July 211. 1151 ll\KB.\IH>s \n\oi \ri CLASSIFIED ADS. Ilp,u !" s PAGI 51 HM1 isn. if For Birth.. Mairiace m Cr(i|fDrit' announrenaenU in Carib CeUaaa the char** U fj.M ta* any m.mt*t f word* i up to SO arid 4 centi ptr word tm earn additional wo i Termi taah. Phona Do* i between %  M -rid 4 pre 3111 fur Ee.ih ttattco. Mil <:i-. Bq'%  1*0*1, Grer.a 56031-71 JUMBLE SALE TIIF JL'MBLI SA1 K ..ran I V'-mr Fund will be held or Th AiMUfl KUOM.s I Cool Booma .. .. walee. in mintitea walk to rtWith or .. UM M i -• badr,-.. | %  I %  10 am =— "" %  "" "' %  w.itotv on the pr*mMe Ol Ml*, Mi-i %  corn*. CATFORD ft CO ;: si i (;OM:KNMEM NOTICES Mwiu U. a clow is proposed thai the wtlk, 3o-i Week", whrn i'.. o open io thi %  %  %  %  , .i I 30 |i m 4 DO 5 00 i | '''hiirsday 5.00 p in 10 JO p i I 2N t I I %  her al 3413 lo mllnl thin; %  haapn.alMl • help, kindly %  (iOVIKNMl.NT NOIHB Applications arc invited for iho temporary pott of Overseer, Cenjral Livestock Station and Pine Plantation. The salary of the post. which | kbit ind terminable .it mi' nwnth'i notice on eitherside, will he at the rate <")• — o* •i-o'di 3 reuli a tonrd u-eek 4 <* i"oi(l on .Vmidop. IIKI.P kr. Apply b In perctin A Hornei K C" ltd. 20111. RIVI .. :\i i %  HI i : %  %  eeamnnod-tlnn f^r W..MI lledaoom. PO Dov 17 J0TSI--I i. Wr*NX;rtAI'Hm pea| of la ortaaiw) T-pmt Ave\ Pioctor. 'Rrnlf. HaMlng" Tet Wl IS 7 )l Sn rOE TE KAVNFM MKMORI\l. SCHOOL A RF-SlnrNT MATRON 'A hue. between the agr of SO and M year* pntlaa to be aaaiimod on 17th September IM1 Applv bv letter by SSth July to Mrs. Do Cinirtv Uoire. Slrathi-i de from i.hm full Paineulora can be obtained. Dial 33IS HISCE1XANEOUS BXtTllFMI-l) MAIJS 8lano-T>p l> Dial fT II 7 tl 4" j> e^oo^ooeja^ooogo oooo o o 9% I Got These Tasty :j Delights For Your Enjoyment JTb tin Danish Hams .. BwUtg Luncheon Beef .. Vienna Sausage %  Black Buck" Sauce Tins Lamb Tongaw .. Cocktail Biscuits ., Salted Peanuts ., Sliced Bacon ;* AND Ot'R POPl'LAR 1 Flv f Sttr Rum — US Bet' O • SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamship?tlM Iliaol Ml •all! Saila .( lirhH Neaat at ahU MeMieal %  aHtoa Beil-a ll.ikada* %  Mrba4e< tADY KELSON I.A* caUMUlK i N ill > I AUf 1 At>V IIODNEV 14 A.,* .OK • A... I A I v %  l N .'IRIIIEIM Ml Naaat at aaip I ADY lit :: Juiv is J W Aiie :,: .> IS ar*< t—t-B. SF. II IBLA KSPANOL OHIIM AI CCRIO! ANI 'A'F.15, SILKS TIIAM S IIAlUa \l\ HOI SI •: 30. Swan sm-n — B U.TMAN, Pnprlalw •t PHONK I7II2 •; >, VWW/.W.V.V. -. : % %  '. %  .:: %  % % %  %  %  .-.:v.:::-.: %  .: %  .: %  '. %  .: %  %  ,: %  •,-.-,•.-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-. '-*-'.'...*.-,',*.',-.-.-.*.-.^v-.-.'.-,v*,---.-.-.-.-.-.-. ,•,*.-.' -.'



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Open War Between india And Pakistan Is Possible Troops J\ow Near Pakistan Border /;./ II Id i yt ELATIONJJ India ud Pak always tenv ownership oi Kubmii State arc now ly near breaking point, report.. Delhi, Karachi, emphn The Pakistan Pin... said in Karachi I F India'! armed forces were con. tin di tance of Pakistan's bore I I IK I 1 111 .MUM %  I'U. ii I. i'i. in* KU Aim mvr: *uce W .M.I.I I'M Had For The World %  : .: i.ooo.oun iralm India to Fbl I MM He %  %  ir.v %  I )> defe ted Own" %  .**Sin para] %  . i Hong Ken Indo-Chlna They would be li ibla ..ii the %  i India to ft %  the CommunliU i;ick t<> the Yalu it would pul l' I I %  %  might 1.1H < %  i %  I In the Korrjin Arthur 1 %  : i ih 1 %  %  %  %  Gold 835 Ait ()t.i:<i >'• i. i to the United Natloi Itl i-i ihe hive alerted diplomatic quartei '.. blu ihifl in Soviet foreigri policy comparand Ivinov-Molotov twitcl ol 1839. I Mi bere li yd willtni to | Ht'itS kJii'/J U[P line political d vttvtlwS Delay Debate NEW Yi iRK %  r.i.. direct tall %  %  | United N • ial may be %  ii -ii' r N %  %  %  %  I vnil.itI %  border and if that But li that tl %  li between %  wealth members I'.P CHURCHILL ATTACKS %  %  i Jul> M i pal ib reported that %  Ung Allied troope lou r>l Kac ong Thi i I and t hi Nation '' %  %  : tbfl i it • report B ail that thi id about compb led bl bulldVup of food and anununltio < in the front line M %  t-end. Rain and low visibility wnd end >. %  %  S00 attack rtlea before bad weather lopped them. %  %  | Hi'.I ...I fields nippl) line* end front line inttl dawn *i fit uiRhl of punishme raid-! — Candidate Quits %  %  didate fir the PortufoeM : ... %  %  unopposi i %  uv %  inlet Antonio i' 0 election neatl ; ;>. %  Pi held the post since the I .. -1 I' Ministers Resign %  u> Pi %  r ih' matter %  for the i was nv Eighth Meeting Will Decide Cease-Fire ;.l\ BR PEACE CAMP, Jul* 20 left for their eighth meeting with m Friday m i "> a.m. i nimunication rump ;>t 7.33 • The confi enci I %  %  %  W J i.. V M %  Hltli In pat Hut thi tl wind whli i the momenl 1 n %  i. Ko i ; of Cam. . %  i I .S. \\ ill Ask For Mwliiig Of Ministers %  AUUMTK .n aourcc• • I' 1 %  %  HI Europe. %  %  %  %  i i Pan %  : .HI outI lUantl r.,. ; MlliUn mander, in Pai li i %  Ml %  'I rram Hi'' 1 I -.!' % %  ,. \ .1,, N<> i'oiniiieiil %  Genera ii %  o and ot < %  |. 1 %  %  %  i ... I.praaoo lh it ; Uld tiitht iit.ii %  'urn I I %  1 f. .... ialt to Madrid %  %  %  K do %  n \ Sp iln In tin' n.'xi lew %  |] iifr." %  Anift ic.iti i... i %  Bevan WUt Make Bid To Win Over U.K. Labour Party "|'HE British Labour Prime Minister, Clement Attlea, har.isst'.i it home by the Conservatives Ud his own left wing Labour Party members, faces a full fledged crisis in Anglo Iranian relations. Ii has ton questionable for sometime how much lougW Attloe could hold on to power as a result of his domestic difficulties. Those, compounded with the crisis in world ftflttin with the U.S.. and the growing : i nti Americanisrr and the anti British iontvment across th< Attantir, miy be) too much. i %  I ice tl annual Lai lUgll. Ql %  %  %  %  %  %  >, i ken thi %  %  %  i Tli. i %  | %  I,. %  Ml.in K. ll in mil U.S pri I in Paria hat %  %  %  .|r. I II'.Y Troops Mifsi Sim On In Korea I'.M bin oil i IN 1 %  %  hidden theii view that the BrlUsh handled Ihe problem bedl> Then % % %  luaru re thai I !, ' %  n Iran Thi rec< ittlon ol Pru | %  ...i Bnvoj W Aw i' I ll I I Ml...' %  ul.ll. i AM. mi. %  eereaai Tl [will lurtei undei tini \\ a \merlcai noil uli., %  i s chargi %  i( ho laxity in Ihe %  %  %  12,246 Vbeggiag i I BBAJU July 1" Fuii.-i had aetri ea Then il.iy for nrversl hundred p^r ")iiwho walked arnmiri I 1. .in i it. hel iii" lay ai i k .. II' nlo A lir pr lour foi BMN thai tin." i i pntauied SJ.-IS US Will Attend Airicdn Talks kSHINOTON, Jul %  .1 BU1 ...ll i'ii,< I.. DMBrltlah | i %  i %  Bl %  HI opei Augutt K ind will h %  ..ii. i %  i,in In hould ih.need arise i ml Central Airl i n % %  United • %  Hi Oeneral, Auus H itro "Hi head the i ., %  nren %  rat of lta Kind deallni with African defence r.iv Korean Demand WASHDMOTON Jul) II The S..11111 Korean Republli : rmau) • %  led 1 huretuo 'N.tt it l. |MI imitr.l In |hn ticipii!" In the Jiipunvse peai-e conference I nut llliei' litll.'i 1 1 1111.' t'.r. Moscow Changes The Tune B> J <.t)N/ \\ I I WASaUN [' 'N rul) 19. %  ilaa ii 11 %  B .. % %  %  1 %  %  iftei |h 1 %  niii ii.ii %  %  1 but thi ..iiiiii-i it,. %  I %  %  1 %  1 tune li 1 1 %  :;ti l %  I : 1 -i s iiiargu%  %  j ... %  %  1 v WASHING ll '•" I { A I f^ nist demanoa for the c ..(In thi IN. llu Japan* 1 ure denouncKi. Ache on i lli 1 out %  lit ion in an unexpected .I i,ni\ about in Mat %  • I to mt < %  in con %  K teaonc. If then 1-. %  %  Nat! %  K..M %  id lUaaak raeii 1 ha Amerl. ... .iiii 11 Igh OB teariini"Hal Peimv* Sflssillg Colombian motce veaaal %  aeaaaa, alao known .. iud Peauai 1 Florida Col ''ii, <'" -I tinnorthern %  ll • I" fOfl %  ^'..l %  i.ii tniui —DiP. Franco Shakes lip Cabinet 1 K Hi' hi %  %  %  %  rii• %  autho ,1.1 to affect Two nf iinew Mil irominenl An irehlal JI there v no hint that fi iiny tn 11 lore the Mn inn.'.n t I 1 11 lormed 1 '."' %  1 Ihe Spanish I %  1 %  l 1 \ F.'i'H:n OnVl %  "nii "i %  ie t'.ii' IIM'I hai been chai the new hUniatet w ould be 1 imed In arlj Friday. — U.P. %  .. %  I genuine peace tal 1 icka; Hhhed and the Korean 1 glo-American friction and dis%  the pronv lion ot Union .in %  i' id M.i %  %  -po ei d m a Pad lint the e facta 1 be part of 1 limited < IItit thenfuture th:it tin / llllee must try to 1 %  Marriage Ended Says Rita's Lawyei 1 %  ad. rr. : had been repon 1 t. %  . Kl %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  Named Ambassador %  % %  in the P —t'.P. —t v 810m. Factor} %  %  i i* %  and which 1 %  %  %  %  %  en though I" 1 thai • %  %  Co-nmuf:. t>iat an. when all %  Ask Removal Of Two Officers I'SKHKAT Juh %  i'i a %  'is; publ h held to 1 > tin. n I'i.' idem R W. Griffith. 1 tweed cap Durum nde In fn nt o| the At CITATION innn c 1 • %  RETIRES j %  ; nour Ihe (cricultural Siiiierint.-' %  | %  ( I' lif.. J great eusnei ol the lurf %  Jonta announced on Thursday V wner ihut 1 : %  retln t P. 1 1 nmenl In rJ deal ni' 1 coafei 1 ITo-day'e Wti.thcr Churt 141 I in Huiis.| .. J.. |> in MOJII Full l.ialitniK Up T.ou |im. ItHth Tide \:w. i.m, B l^ pin I*w Tide: 11 11 .1 in ||J yea, Chinese Premier Asked To Carry On TAII'Kll. Jul) 1W Chenl •' >'.' % %  '' %  %  %  %  %  it] . 1 -.,.. %  % % %  %  %  1 %  r idopted ...... -, in ih 1., .1 \. 1 r Hahy Injures Sitter 1 ONNE" i l< UT July It %  lad her boas for! %  %  on < %  Vi. I %  DlN adful loiffliil ; %  ^ald or. n %  E ill unrtu ''omnium.' %  flirt thnt %  I r* PLOT TO ASSASSINATE II [/{/(MAN UNCOVERED De Csperi Heeallefl TEHERAN, July l •'.. %  Britlah in the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute 11 %  at of a j ntrolled oil I %  a1 1 f i* 1 Kidgwa} n > OK>O Jul I %  %  l'< %  %  To • UeUng point '%  ... ifion I; %  TOKYO 1 i' %  I %  -IP 1 f 11V\t.' li his %  GOLD FLAKE



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I'M.i mo IIAKBADOS ADVOCATE I'KIDAV. lull M, 1031 CaJub Calling Lecturer A WUVINO In H M?" I ne> I evening DJ !l W I *. Archbishop of W.l. %  ville a* 1 i>ado* nn Juh B Rico, the ; %  I '.'. %  I of Dean M Barbados. Married Yesterday l\YNC • daugfa ... %  Ward. Km of Mr. and Ward of Waxoci The ecu "K pl&c shortly alter 4.30 o'clock was perforrnadby Fr. J SellltT.SJ rh Bride who was L'IVPII hwaj bj her fainer wore a dr> .... %  i lines Her of pearls Ar" in a single-strand pearl necklac She earriad bouquet ui i.Tl UJ,, pink rad tilte Rerborii*. She < alao carried In her hand % %  silver church filigree rosary—a Kift from 'he Mi^s Ali bridagMsBtn. She m attended bj hei two w a u. rc ? Y M n A an % % %  •• M ,. S a o3 maid of honour. Their dresses %  >I\IIIIII i VI:SIMIIV%V Arrives TrtnidjKl yf>B W.I.A., il l' sor Parry %  met on his arrival at the airport by Mr. Aul Doigtaa Bauith. wini< Parry will attend the openin*; of the second I %  i School m ( '-tringlonl College this evening. On Saturday at 10.41 a.m hei i. ill lecture on 'The Idea of V Indian H nn the piDgmnmc "f (he Sw.nmerJ • District Inspector 1 M R (; C MUA.AU ut ..resent Headmaster ridge School st. pater has bwn i upointcd District Inspector of 8< ho-.u with effect From S ptrml-i I, 1951 Rupert and Simon — 35 I do net. __.i of l__ W, could hi. dtio' run.11 b I Goes. %  "li •eer m reng (hi ovit. iui"/>i ind tumsMi ho.iie and nth 'lowed, I Ginag :hfOugH %  %  MR. AND MRU P / Tony' VANTERPOOL afttr their wedding ai fcivei KO.II onrca yeatarday .-veiling. The hrtde i* the former rater or the utc Mi A r w*rd of r*irn-i. dt Lucy. Mr. Vantrrpool la %  niub*r of the Advocsuf, Editorial mm Theceremony fu performed liy R*v. J. B. Winter. lulM^d hjr %  iv iinived in the Island fron New Organist l\1 lss BLAINE MAXWELL Leaving Today it. Michai took ]yi H mn (lew MBS, W II. MAYOR Sunda. | MI anl iT s r of Bermuda who came Street fethodl |l ", *" 1 ,,,, '' k '" •* P !" mi at their eon's wedding are due .da via Jamaica Thell BOn 'Bill' and his • %  if-lhe former Kathleen Proverba iil be leavuu Barbados .11 ui month I v Bermuda by the I-ad> Nelnn. were menucm — IPII% %  "n,"" ui-iif-.ii.,. K„ D IU t antfaiae headdresse* ware roaaa and they carried bouquets ['''• u '~ House If) Henriqu I !• %  %  I houq of rig jet* ilia mH and ptnh roses. The Baadnaa araa Mi I'< After the ceremony ;. recei il y ^ m wn MM aft the home of th pare n bl and the honcvmonn |i be* Ing spent nt Powell Bp in %  I I i instruction Engineering M'v. 1 : Second Attempt M R. FRANK WAU (JIT M ( P, this mm ii. i mpmlu' AntJfUA, II.is KoinK i i ..I BMUJI %  0 Si.C'l. !" .! M.lonc .nd Him .„., ,„, „„. .,„ | wn ii. B. Aiinni. Director at Annul, Board of Enq i met n Antlgui In June, but had Thta came whii atttbM due i a( ttone i tJhai unrert. 1 hatlli %  % % %  .mi include R B. Warner and 1* GHutchlni it present id trade with i lAo, MOM ..I the guests at the hcrtels imlude W.l. Businessmen, West n holiday. Venezuelans I ,.,| | ivw visitors fi-om the N American continent. interrUj MlevQIe is %  %  in ^Prs BY THE WAY ... *V Beachcomb*, T it-* baaa pointed oul to m< 1 ST* 1 i irrying out seaside rofk, i gather that UM ck in the three permllrs. Ulidtl sections 4. 12, 1 .. '..r. .. pers is the word "Shoes." -uggests whacking great, golfing brogues, cuitablc only for filling with whisky or cocktails. But it occurs to me th.it the word slippers suggests to-day ,"' m( ,I, the moth-gnawed carpel sllpi In which lodglng-iv.usc laDdiadtei creep about, rathithat ... ,., u 'i I U In any caso, the old cusl Si.'.ri'>r Id"everybody. I am sur is gind that %  state of civilisation, of Which UW int>f the healthiest n uidotations intake ft-r \utritiun Pvr*imifl F ROM that the public "long-term effects" nf 40o chemicals now being used In food, and from the assurance that tht MinI eix.rt I go on using Uv %  %  Incet aantly lhat bolimol It than trOSB Tk* MuliiUnin W rS MI Brilons Will Stale Everest On Nvlon B.B.C Radio Program in a AOI \ %  %  < II II I'UVEMA Member. Only) 1 ELIZABETH OF LADY IflEADE" ; i %  -.'r, in i.,\ WltXLAMa StlT • BRITISH mountamcra Who ,, •ill try to climb Mount Everest >,,... ext winter will set off without %  %  *- !" ui),, or oxygen. They will cut ; qulpmant and lood to a mini, ^ J nuin—to limit costs. I--*. ..t %  A. For the first time nylon ropeaj > ** P "> upi OMUHI vill be used on the world's! ?"'""< niightiot miHintain—it is 29.141ft. hitfh an,I the climber* will wm tx)>erlmental nibb.-i I %  instead :t the '"..I nailed oneFair-h.iin' t l pipe Smnhlng :. B M paon, vsrtoran ..r three fvereal attempts and leader Of the latest, talked about it in his <"tl.tce t Liss. Hants yesterday "No radio means DO contact with tiie outside world." he said. But reducing weight is more unportant.'* The climbers *"" l*vc England In August. They will try i %  %  -. % %  %  •:• from tl\ i''.i..ily unknown south side. JtMl arri They will take sugar, iwat : ltd bisnuts among their lowtl — I si >a i"%  aaari I s %  %  .-. li pin !>. .-. : 41 p ... %  p in K^oio K*n vc.u's expedition Is bafa i | 1 A I f ihr ex-|S iO-IIlt 7 JO A 8 30 ftd eonlinumg •l 4 45 & 8 30 Duly AT EMPIRE HOW TO BECOME A HEAD OF A RAM i-V IN' FK'.HT HII.ARIOl'Sl.Y HARKOWINC STEPS IklSII III ill I s .....i COKOSLIS" The Astonishing Story gf n Self-.Made Man who Chopped Ihiv.it His Family Tree A. J ARTHUR RANK PRESENTATION Starring Alex OUINNESS Dennis PRICE .. %  HOBSON JotUi GREENWOOD -.'. ergaalaed by 3H-year-oid M. H. Murray, a member of the ex-|> p ad ttl on in the contra] Himalaya* t" U few Michael Ward. 2-yearS : |SJ?MI NEXT WEDNESDAY JACK POT siiu.uii CROSSWORD Would H. U l L-'...r Iti. on.I mianifri III II. Mny ar*ruO* n Wliinwtnd •ni i' aata \ Al ^ nui kloeer i I*I np iun'.* HI .. t. nn rorkMU.e. <6 unit or cabbage. % %  j iirlwiiid. .1| lor D:PBKI>iBt ? J. l.mlxlVi i u-.'i I Tn'hnlrolor I'f.lZ.I RRUHFETOWN Dial 2311 CARISBfAN PKtMIM' in nv> SHOW-. %  %  •— >M % %  *' • -. I .ii.ll.isl... II..I %  < PAYMENT ON DEMAND -nd iiAimv %  I t.l IVAN II %  %  MURDSt I 1. rt I.M IIi. UI '' PIA/.\ ana I VNfASTEf MAYO • KI.AMI. UfD I UK ARROW" MIHMTK SAT 11.1 i'ii\siou oi ins n BAJBI 1 -1 Hi s Mil Jimmi W*k.iv N I. till -v THE GARDEN — ST. JAMES M.l sn ISA Dff IN \mus s vv.vv /,vv,,'.v.v.v.v.r.vv.v.v/,',-,v//.-, ,',-.v-*v'.: l>ll*IIKI IUIYAL o T.-a. '. aa s %  O r.Hlin.lBI l>-o> I H .l>d B.M 4J J Arthur R*nk PlnwM ? KINO HEARTS AND CORONETS Alec Ou %  V.il(-ri. Il.b.>t. -nd i iweea HOW ^ UN PAN AlitY" \ X THUNOtRHEAD. SON o OF FtlCKA" r.i4iTi la i.-n i" a B.1I A \ Culanibla PWIUIPI. rtcnenu ^ "FRIGHTENED CITY" s" BUrrlng *t Bvrivu Ki'vn caarias K-HMI' Ta-aat U -..io. .i ..tin SIS II -I in RAWHIDE with ctu VaMaa 1 to. ill 1 MMI V. \ll I: Ml/ MOOLYMPIC rod., i. gaoeai MB asd %  %  t MOM Doable lu-iv Kuttaa and Mowatd K*l HI "ANNIE GET YOU" GUN"< and -AMBUSH" KOIXT! -. .1. llodUh ttiitstiiitf tinHisbhh* oi* I xtitftiiftMi I! AND Op0iiiiifj lining .# A ILtOi>.m GLOBE !" *"* r !" i /' M'TAIN \_> working o Noimin* 0. On With A N tsaei Mr Irtc road ..i. i %  %  during hli toui of dul carded stick of •%  miring more than ths ,:h ni ait Inch li %  i n. ri ad %  i 1th a Of i vendor of the rock foi %  r\ dl the ali FOUl.ENOt'CIM, the principle lhat of (he more U \ h •ve then bocks chosen l,v more than one Iderarv tribunal, hat had another label i wound the ton part ol i 1 iook hi the b ind n i :• mine* Choice Round the bdlti n pan Is the band whli h sayi Rec n by the Bibliographic flub" He i has potated i ut to Mi Pll idea th it there is still room round the Id 111 I the book for a band. Awarded the Kafka i s P •% Prise, I9S0.' Mi mladeuti ui tint onl) i ] t in. this honour VII > i the rescurreful Foul.. „ enough -well make tl A Kafka Prise and fjvg it to *— 10. vei in a green mmtiiiuon, i-nr e *hoil. no\v IHIAIIII: llrl.i Ol 1 groBo. HreiN the tape 1 *i Pwi gn#i mr tn* red i* n you would with B duuiUi i On* plant m iu Biioihrr mi! a c-hniD. I\ rod* the •G-aMKBn. ri, zt me lunowiug boiling i.n %  ,.. !• OS •UI .1 I : linn in in ii III ma ami UI:I mi It TICKET FOH I UK "SHIPWRECK BALL" SATURDAY NIGHT FLOWERED & STRIPED SHEER 36" ICICLE SHEER 36" FLOWERED FERGUSON FABRICS 36" CREPE BACK SATIN 36" __. SI.87 82..V.I S2.02 SI.o CARIBBEAN PREMIERE! AOIATK CLUB ONEMi lMembfn Only) THE PAYOFF only minutes away. THE TRAP for tht kidnaper ready to be tprong, in... T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS 4220 YOUR SHOE STORE 4606 %  %  %  Vtlbl.lH h \i.M-nLiLC ..nuiiini %  i rMb HUM %  u. UJMIII u.!. Il 1} HI . —v-.^r—r—.-.-. -...— OPINING TO-MORROW 4.45 and 8.15 and CONTINUING TO TUESDAY V.V.V/.',V.VAV.'AV.W.V.V.V.V.V.V,V.V,V.V,V HUGHWILil&MS TO HELP YOi: Today to Tues. 24Ui. ft ::a p. n Mais.— Today A Tomoi-Tow ;. 1 n I ANNA NEAQLE —A| Her It Also the Short:— INTO Till BLUB ,The S-. %  ., 0 \ and 1 .it.-M IHtlll-M NBWB" KEEP YOUR GARDEN BEAUTIFUL MiOffer — Bakkaf HAM Nnzzlrs lli|is Cnnevl.tr* I in. HIRakos Small Hand Forks (.null n Forks I Long Handle—, Pr ALSO TK1PI.KX Sl'KAYKUS—Suilihle lor Tennis lawn. Crirkel Clubs elc. • THE II lllll VIIOS I (l-IM'l II \ l l\ (OTIII\ FA4TUIIY LTD. Hardware Department Tel. No. 2039 AN EXPERIENCE IN REALISM! ^WILLIAM HOLDEN Nancy Olson Barry Fitzgerald LYLE BETTGER '"jAN STERLING Asrs K-etiwe soocxrH a*ti SifrKpinhSfttPfiSoe'i' A Paramount Picture # PLUS Tht* SfPiCH SI'AH 110Xii:SI DOUO OHIFFITII I GERALD DAISLFY WALTER ItdRKE WILLIE IFILI. BBUd MANN ORVILLE GRANDERSON ERROL BARNFTT infllng—"In the Gloaming" You Do" ,. "I Apologise" "I'm in t!ie Mood for Love" %  Blue Ben "Bewitched" .. And Introducing FALCON Taartagi r Cal] S ON SALE TONITE T pJB I'll l IIOI SI II — BALM — BOXTI


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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, July 20, 1951
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And Pakistan Is Possible
Troops J\ow Near
Pakistan Border
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ownership oi Kubmii State arc now
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handled Ihe problem bedl> Then
'
luaru re thai
I !,
n Iran Thi rec< ittlon ol Pru
| ...i Bnvoj W Aw i' I
ll I I Ml...'
ul.ll.
i am. mi. eereaai Tl
[will lurtei undei tin- i
\\ a \merlcai
noil uli-
., i s chargi " i( "
ho laxity in Ihe


12,246 Vbeggiag
i I BBAJU July 1"
Fuii.-i had aetri ea Then
il.iy for nrversl hundred p^r
")ii- who walked arnmiri I
1. .in i it. hel iii" lay ai i
k ..ii' nlo a lir pr
lour foi BMN thai tin."
i i pntauied sj.-is
US Will Attend
Airicdn Talks
kSHINOTON, Jul
.1 BU1
...ll i'ii,<
I.. Dm- Brltlah |
i i
Bl...... hi opei
Augutt K
ind will h *

..ii.i i,in In
hould ih.- need arise i
ml Central Airl i n United
"Hi Oeneral, Auus
H itro "Hi head the
i .,
. nren rat of lta
Kind deallni with African defence
r.iv
Korean Demand
WASHDMOTON Jul) II
The S..11111 Korean Republli
: rmau) led 1 huretuo
'N.tt it l. |mi imitr.l In |hn ticipii!"
In the Jiipunvse peai-e conference
I nut llliei' litll.'i 1 1 1111.'
t'.r.
Moscow
Changes
The Tune
B> J <.t)N/ \\ I I
WASaUN [' 'N rul) 19.

ilaa ii 11

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but thi ..iiiiii-i it,.

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WASHING ll" '" I -{
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nist demanoa for the c
..(In .
thi in. llu
Japan*
. 1
. ure denounc-
Ki.
Ache on i lli 1 out
lit ion in an unexpected
. .I i,ni\ about in
Mat
I to mt * in con
K teaonc.
If then
1-. ,. Nat!
K..M

id lUaaak raeii 1 ha Amerl.
... .i- iii 11 .
Igh" OB teariini-
"Hal Peimv* Sflssillg
Colombian motce veaaal aeaaaa,
alao known .. iud Peauai
1
Florida
Col.....''ii, <'" -I . 'iniirll 1)1
July 12
aaaaa I N tonnei [fei
unled white
ONE KILLED
HI w Vni(K. July H
i '
when Ihe Canadian
DtaaerwaU collided with .-.
bargea u> tin- northern
ll...... I" fOfl
^'..l i.ii tniui DiP.
Franco Shakes
lip Cabinet
'
1.....k Hi' hi


rii<- ehakeup > autho
. ,1.1 to affect
Two nf ii- new Mil
irominenl An irehlal ji there
v no hint that fi
iiny tn 11 lore the Mn
in- n.'.n t I 1 11 lormed
. 1 .
'."'.......1 Ihe Spanish I
' 1
l 1
\ F.'i'H:n OnVl !
"nii....."i ie t'.ii'
iim'I hai been chai
the new hUniatet w ould be
1 imed In
arlj Friday.
U.P.
.. I
genuine peace tal 1 icka;
Hhhed and the Korean 1 glo-American friction and dis-

the pronv lion ot
Union .in

i' id M.i -po ei
d m a Pad "
lint the e facta 1
be part of 1
limited <
ii-
tit then- future
th:it tin / llllee must try to
1
Marriage Ended
Says Rita's Lawyei

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: had been repon
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and which
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thai .

Co-nmuf:. t>iat an.
when all

Ask Removal Of
Two Officers
. I'SKHKAT Juh

i'i a 'is; publ
h held to
1 > tin. n I'i.' idem R W. Griffith.
1..... tweed cap
Durum
nde In fn nt o| the At
CITATION
, innn c
1
RETIRES
j
; nour Ihe
(cricultural
Siiiierint.-' |

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lif.. J
great eusnei ol
, the lurf

Jonta announced on Thursday
V
. wner ihut
1 : . retln t P.
1 1 nmenl In
rJ deal ni'
1 coafei
1 I-
To-day'e
Wti.thcr Churt
141 I in
Huiis.| .. J.. |> in
Mojii Full
l.ialitniK Up T.ou |im.
ItHth Tide \:w. i.m, B l^ pin
I*w Tide: 11 11 .1 in ||J
yea,
Chinese Premier
Asked To Carry On
TAII'Kll. Jul) 1W
Chenl ' >'.'''


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1
r idopted
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1.,
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Hahy Injures Sitter
1 ONNE" i l< UT July It
.
lad her boas for!


on
DlN adful loiffliil
;
^ald or.
n
E ill unrtu
''omnium.'

flirt thnt

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PLOT TO ASSASSINATE
II [/{/(MAN UNCOVERED
De Csperi Heeallefl
TEHERAN, July l
- '.. Britlah in the Anglo-Iranian oil dispute 11
at of a j
ntrolled oil I
a- 1 1 fi* 1
Kidgwa} n > ok>o

Jul
I

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To
UeUng point '-

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GOLD FLAKE


I'M.i mo
IIAKBADOS ADVOCATE
I'KIDAV. lull M, 1031
CaJub Calling
Lecturer
A WUVINO In

H
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. I
ne> I
evening DJ !l W I *.
Archbishop of W.l.

ville a* 1 i>ado* nn
Juh B
Rico, the
; .
I
'.'.
I
of Dean M
Barbados.
Married Yesterday
l\YNC
daugfa
...
.
Ward. Km of Mr. and
Ward of Waxoci
The ecu "K pl&c '
shortly alter 4.30 o'clock was per-
forrnadby Fr. J SellltT.SJ rh
Bride who was l'Ivpii hwaj bj
her fainer wore a dr>
....i lines Her
of pearls Ar" in
a single-strand pearl necklac
She earriad bouquet ui i.Tl uj,,
pink rad
tilte Rerborii*. She <
alao carried In her hand silver church
filigree rosarya Kift from 'he Mi^s Ali
bridagMsBtn.
She m attended bj hei two wa, u.rc ? YMn Aan
M ,. S ao3
maid of honour. Their dresses .

>i\iiiiii i vi:simiiv%v
Arrives
. TrtnidjKl yf>-
B W.I.A.,
il l'
sor Parry * met on his arrival
at the airport by Mr. Aul
Doigtaa Bauith. wini<
Parry will attend the open-
in*; of the second I
i School m ( '-tringlonl
College this evening.
On Saturday at 10.41 a.m hei
i. ill lecture on 'The Idea of V
Indian H
nn the piDgmnmc "f (he Sw.nmerJ

District Inspector 1
MR (; C MUA.AU ut ..resent
Headmaster
ridge School st. pater has bwn
i upointcd District Inspector of
8< ho-.u with effect From
S ptrml-i I, 1951
Rupert and Simon35
I
do net.
__.i of l__
W, could hi.
dtio' run.11 b I
' Goes.
"li
eer m
reng
(hi ovit. iui"/>i ind tumsMi ho.iie and
nth 'lowed,
I
Ginag :hfOugH

MR. AND MRU P / Tony' VANTERPOOL afttr their wedding
ai fcivei ko.ii onrca yeatarday .-veiling. The hrtde i* the former
rater or the utc Mi a r w*rd of r*irn-i.
dt Lucy. Mr. Vantrrpool la niub*r of the Advocsuf, Editorial
mm
The- ceremony fu performed liy R*v. J. B. Winter. lulM^d hjr
iv iinived in the Island fron
New Organist
l\1lss BLAINE MAXWELL
Leaving Today
it. Michai took ]yiH
mn (lew
MBS, W II. MAYOR
Sunda. | mi anl iT* s"r' of Bermuda who came
Street fethodl |l"- ,*"1 ,,,,''k '" * P*-
mi at their eon's wedding are due
.da via Jamaica
Thell BOn 'Bill' and his
if-- lhe former Kathleen Pro-
verba iil be leavuu Barbados
.11 ui month I v Bermuda by
the I-ad> Nelnn.

were menucm ipii- "n,"" ui-iif-.ii.,. k d iu t .
antfaiae .
headdresse* ware
roaaa and they carried bouquets [''' u'~
House
If) Henriqu
......I !

I houq
of rig jet* ilia mH and ptnh
roses.
The Baadnaa araa Mi I'<
.
After the ceremony ;. recei il,y ^m
wn mm aft the home of th
parenbl and the honcvmonn |i be*
Ing spent nt Powell Bp
in
I
I
i
instruction Engineering
M'v.1:
Second Attempt
MR. FRANK WAU (JIT M ( P,
this mm ii.
i mpmlu'
AntJfUA, II.- is KoinK
i i ..I Bmuji
0 Si.C'l..! M.lonc .nd Him .., ,, . ., | wn.....
ii. b. Aiinni. Director at Annul- ,
Board of Enq i
met n Antlgui In June, but had Thta came whii .
atttbM due i a( tt<- Bummerhayea Clut '
OLIN nui ......I m
i,f tht- Advocate
. Ltd. and Mis. Rice ..t Uanit
Hall haft yesterday by D.G. Air-
f..i Dominica. From there
. a/il| travel l.y ship to Scotland
. hat will *ludy eonatruetkai
.. at nn1.
Doubles Finals
*"pilK doubles
* marl ar- < HECK with th
lament for the Y d* Lima tropbs J\ u^img hoiel
I ..led that there
lock, it w H . |V i4ti visitors
140 Guests at Hotels
.ijunly
ppra
i.ii..-.i,'. m
piti>one
i tJhai unrert.
1 hatlli ', .mi include
R B. Warner and 1* G- Hutchln- i it present
id trade with
i lAo,
Mom ..I the guests at the hcrtels
imlude W.l. Businessmen, West
n holiday. Venezuelans
I ,.,| | ivw visitors fi-om the N
American continent.
inter-
rUj
MlevQIe is

in
^Prs
BY THE WAY ... *V Beachcomb*,
T it-* baaa pointed oul to m<
1 ST*1"
i irrying out seaside
rofk, i gather that UM
ck in the three permll-
rs. Ulidtl sections 4. 12,
1 .. '..r. ..
pers is the word
"Shoes." -uggests whacking
great, golfing brogues, cuitablc only
for filling with whisky or cock-
tails. But it occurs to me th.it
the word slippers suggests to-day ,"' m(,I,
the moth-gnawed carpel sllpi
In which lodglng-iv.usc laDdiadtei
creep about, rathi- that
... ,., u 'i I U
In any caso, the old cusl
Si.'.ri'>r Id"-
everybody. I am sur is gind that

state of civilisation, of Which UW
in- t>f the
healthiest n uidotations
intake ft-r \utritiun
Pvr*imifl
FROM that the
public
"long-term effects" nf 40o chemi-
cals now being used In food, and
from the assurance that tht Min-
I eix.rt
I
go on using Uv
Incet
aantly lhat .
bolimol It than trOSB
Tk* MuliiUnin WrSMI
Brilons Will Stale
Everest On Nvlon
B.B.C Radio Program in a
AOI \ < II II I'UVEMA Member. Only)
1
ELIZABETH OF LADY IflEADE"
; i .
-.'r, in i.,\ WltXLAMa
StlT
BRITISH mountamcra Who ,, '
ill try to climb Mount Everest >,,...
ext winter will set off without *-
ui),, or oxygen. They will cut ; ,
qulpmant and lood to a mini- ^ J
nuinto limit costs. I--*. ..t - a.
For the first time nylon ropeaj > ** p "> upi omuhi
vill be used on the world's! ?"'""<
niightiot miHintainit is 29.141ft.
hitfh an,I the climber* will wm
tx)>erlmental nibb.-i - I
instead :t the '"..I nailed one-
Fair-h.iin'tl pipe Smnhlng :.
BMpaon, vsrtoran ..r three fvereal
attempts and leader Of the latest,
talked about it in his <"tl.tce
t Liss. Hants yesterday
"No radio means DO contact
with tiie outside world." he said.
But reducing weight is more
unportant.'*
The climbers *"" l*vc Eng-
land In August. They will try
i !-. : from tl- \ i''.i..i-
ly unknown south side. JtMl arri
They will take sugar, iwat :
ltd bisnuts among their lowtl

I si >a i"- aaari I s "
.- -. li pin
!>. .-. : 41 p .
... p in K^oio K* S IS pm I iU pi"
IMtrliiM. I M am rrm Urn geWortalt
.1 Huata; ?* P "
.....id Afi.it. io pi., rr* n-. leii
... in U| ;, m A.Utn 8urT.
Ii. 30 p m Stool, i-nrr Q^.lct 10 *
n ni T. Drb-lf Continue-
JI.VHI.I HHKSS gBJPP
l.uwer Bt(d SI reel
Mil SSI S of all Type*
Kefldviiuide UvJ luade-lo-order
cdDrews in larger sires
from $2I.U8
nd penicillin
Saya 43-year-old Mr Shipton :
The main purpose is to rCcon- ;
nefsre the ^outh side. Chances \
rf Httetnpting the flnul climb H \
exasperatlngly itighi. ;
He took part in the las. | 8
id I93S Everest attempts .in.i *
led n reconnaiasance in 1935. ''
r>n vc.u's expedition Is bafa i |
1 'A I
f ihr ex-|S
iO-IIlt
7 JO A 8 30 ftd eonlinumg
l 4 45 & 8 30 Duly
AT
EMPIRE
HOW TO BECOME A HEAD OF A RAM i-V IN'
FK'.HT HII.ARIOl'Sl.Y HARKOWINC STEPS
- IklSII III ill I s .....i
COKOSLIS"
The Astonishing Story gf n Self-.Made Man who
Chopped Ihiv.it His Family Tree
A. J ARTHUR RANK PRESENTATION
Starring Alex OUINNESS Dennis PRICE
.. HOBSON JotUi GREENWOOD
-.'.
ergaalaed by 3H-year-oid m.
H. Murray, a member of the ex-|>
padttlon in the contra] Himalaya* t"
U few Michael Ward. 2-year- S
/ill also go.
They will be on the mountain, N
n Ocloby ilrsl men to try [ 0
tho climb in winter. \
"On,, day." sayn Mr. Shipton. I''
Everest will be climbed. It may i
e on the next attempt: there.
nay be another 20 failures. But
ne day we will do It."
FOOTNOTE: Pre-war Kvei. t
xpcdllions cost about 12.000,
each. The 1935 reconnaissance:
cost 1.500.
L.E.8.
ttartnitto* Xyvitrivs Qm$m Flunk
The winner of IIW Q"i// Conttgt, GlobO Theatro
on Wadncadiy Nltc was Mr. Bernard Skinner, but he
[ailed to arurwer The Jachpot quggdJon.
TUB t*i 'I-:sthN:
nil is the Catll cost "f tliv lilroen ( arCorrect
repl>: |SJ?MI
NEXT WEDNESDAY JACK pot siiu.uii
CROSSWORD
Would H. U l
L-'...r Iti. on.I
mianifri iii ii.
Mny ar*ruO* n
Wliinwtnd ni
i' aata \
Al ^
nui
kloeer i i*i
np iun'.* hi
. .. t. nn
rorkMU.e. <6
unit or cabbage. j
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lor D:PBKI>iBt ? J.
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Dial 2311
CARISBfAN PKtMIM'
in nv> show-. >m * *'
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PAYMENT ON DEMAND
-nd iiAimv
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MURDSt I 1. rt
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pia/.\ ana
I VNfASTEf MAYO
KI.AMI. UfD I UK ARROW"
MIHMTK SAT 11.1 i'ii\siou oi ins n BAJBI 1 -1 Hi s Mil Jimmi W*k.iv N

I. till -v
THE GARDEN ST. JAMES
M.l sn ISA
Dff IN \mus
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O r.Hlin.lBI l>-o> I H .l>d B.M
4J J Arthur R*nk PlnwM
? KINO HEARTS AND
CORONETS "
Alec Ou '
V.il(-ri. Il.b.>t. -nd
i ......iweea
HOW
^ UN PAN AlitY"
\
X THUNOtRHEAD. SON
o OF FtlCKA"
r.i4iTi la i.-n i" a B.1I
A
\ Culanibla PWIuipi. rtcnenu
^ "FRIGHTENED CITY"
s" BUrrlng
*t Bvrivu Ki'vn caarias k-hmi'
Ta-aat U -..io. .i ..tin SIS
II -I
in
" RAWHIDE "
with
. ctu VaMaa
1 to.
ill 1 MMI V. \ll I: Ml/ MO-
OLYMPIC
rod., i. gaoeai MB asd t
MOM Doable
lu-iv Kuttaa and Mowatd K*l HI
"ANNIE GET YOU" GUN"<
and
-AMBUSH"
KOIXT! -. .1. llodUh
ttiitstiiitf tin- Hisbhh* oi* I xtitftiiftMi I!
AND
Op0iiiiifj lining .# A ILtOi>.m
GLOBE *"*r
i /' M'TAIN
- \_> working o
Noimin* 0. On With
AN tsaei
Mr
Irtc
road ..i. i

during hli toui of dul
carded stick of -
miring more than ths
,:h ni ait Inch li
i
n. ri ad
i
1th a -
Of i
vendor of the rock foi
r\ dl
the
ali
FOUl.ENOt'CIM,
the principle lhat
of (he more U \
h ve then bocks chosen
l,v more than one Iderarv
tribunal, hat had another label
i wound the ton part ol
i1 iook hi the b ind n
i : mine* Choice
Round the bdlti n pan Is the
band whli h sayi Rec n
by the Bibliographic flub" He i
has potated i ut to Mi Pll idea
th it there is still room round the
Id 111 I the book for a band.
Awarded the Kafka i
s P % Prise, I9S0.' Mi mladeuti
ui tint onl) i
] t in. this honour Vii >
i the rescurreful Foul-
.. enough -well make tl A Kafka
Prise and fjvg it to *
10. vei in a green mmtiiiuon, ,a. Prom a iuwIm* rountn. \f)
ill No. I edit tnu im. i i
' indie. i4i
:6 I consume ctiopped :.ii tS)
Ds#ra
i Limtre | Could m*Xo b mr J Mpii.in bv Wright. l7(
1 L'bi-bIui il emu r0ec(lu.4. iv i
.! noiiiiiiB u. mm. i4l
I Ihili. l*iii>i-nre *hoil.
no\v ihiaiiii:
llrl.i
Ol
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n you would with b duuiUi
i On* plant m
iu Biioihrr mi! a c-hniD.
I\ rod* the G-aMKBn. ri,
zt me lunowiug boiling i.n
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FRIDAY. JnU 2" MM
BXRBAIMlS UlYOCATI.
PAGF. THKEE
4-Hour Debate For
W.I. At Westminster
laU ll.it ill I i ni|tl IIoIhiis
LONDON
Indian visitors and newspaper publish-
us In nimons Gallery may ha><
idance of M I
Hy, it would
i bun Lred M Pi m erij dit-
thc proUmn <>f tin* Weal todies.
m particularly critical of
.
Labour Av .
Barltrop Some Labou:
the position o( the Union
1 i i i
bj Mi !'
- .... :'..
be taken as apeak!
trinit'itl
I II II '< .tl
13, He quoted M
to Ihc House ol Commons- "The
IVIt wlllll.l'l '
and cnndlllons 0* lOUO
ihould bo Lmprovod
It norm.I

ida union urin-
I : llggle
than thai
o all pTotonoo, ii h . rftruaglc
trol ,is between
.onsiitutcd aovoramonl
.,.; ngoni
a
A Dull Speech
f Slab Mi OriflUhB,
. of UM dullest and least
Uvo OVti
heard from an experienced poli-
tician One mi^ht have though'.
that this was a novice in otllca.
The speech Wai full of t"OOd
,ind well-worn phrase*,
such as "unfurtun.iUh there arc
11 tauflUj
.....n to get the !'**
it;, n for thi- ).>!> mOn who could
give Am beat advice and I do not
.
it- in enter Into d" He ha !;iv soniethliiK abuut
Ii i hem* for
attlUni powlattone in British
ill be did not mention d
Hi ; -
to the CJD.C'1 timber project and
i bananas in Brit-
ish Honduras. The point about
'.....U taken up |1
Mr William
tn in the
di bate He asked f"i
and imaginative development of
4 aaoureoi BrlUi ii
Than
., I II, (Old the
enormous
id.ilI cftependenl In the main on
Industry, Rice develop-
ment, ImmlgraUon of population
Into 'ho hard work In 11 i
. rt ol ii ite i
tn .i loprnent In Britla] I
and the pushing On of the anti-
malaria these he
! the ureat effort^
lev* top the tor rltor>
i. i.. ,,!,.,. on wiu.ii
l .1 of the future of the
Whole Of the We* Indies l |mt-
But i'
debate, than thl
some 2d
who hi Maton last
Wtdin
The House "f Cornaeana
reserved nearly tout hOU
and 1 will not

. -.
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through i ach thins.*

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i



the new-.
Press Gallery who writ,
inn for
the conntltutional develi I

Bequest
The be I tl 11 two them
find was the much undCI
,
Btcrei of Btoto that the Lecia-
lature* of Barbed. Bnti-ri Oui-
ana. British Hot. dura* and
Jamaica should llnd lime to
debate the Ranee Rl
"Closer Association". It must be
said lhat Mr. ririfTi.tr-.
was couched in falrl) si
net "
in Weatiiiinator tells a eoloninl
lf-BJslattirc how
time. But only British i
I iignorant of the I
In the Wi
miike .i itan out i Ml
Grlrnlhs adi 'her they
the I apt It, turn
it down, of accept 11 cm
does not enter into thl
if it finds
genera) acceptance, it must be
I
he put into operation".
hi
r.nmth- fin 'in km,] of "go-
i n Dr. Hyadnlh
Monjan, anoUM r M.P
hrouptit up ii
H, y.
Issue; it hu been AI
years. I repeat that these Islands
wish ;> be Joined logethei Do not
let them

Office or el
vet been a West Indiai
men' appi
Openll Speech

-
few years ago. Ml
unknown to W< lei and was
the Pori lan
Office which took him to Latin-
A :
tering the House of Common*
taken a very
id the Impel
Committee of the Co
Party Andean I
bad the toundi n ape*
on the Wi it Indii
made were n
and tundi
of population. ipa, the lack
Bui on all these qui rrtli i
idilv tn.it.,. -< '
the rounj I
the small island mentalil
holding: it up. and he B
OB When '
ut electi i
men In their conaUtuen
They eon-
with people who have been here
a lon lime, and know
thUI tliey do about pol:'
come down pee]
been exceuenl thing loi
in the West 1
In a rout;:.
. .! :ii hen federal
i to speak
v Itfa :. more effi 11
lent men hre coming '
ihe West Indii I I
but they speak Onl
individual commu
Grenada
U .
Grenada look tip a <
t the debate, Sti
......
n' the Houm- Mr Pi '
Se^
. tm P>o*Aa< A&3 &-&-'
Learn Grom
the hospital.
Whenever infection
threatens
in your home,
use
cd.
Capital Needed
each for the Con-
;,. Mr Lennox-
Bovd i wi the future
Colonial 8* raters I attempted
IU on v hat he
railed "the fundamental problems
A| the West I He He quoted
itea Ol Piofessor Arthui
Lewis, hie diiUrnuish-
ed West Indian. AccoRUni to
l.wis L 130 millions of
Lai ii needed in the West
Ithin the next 10 vears
proi Hie jobs for tOO,-

Mi Alan U'nnox-a^'
capital could be eneournneil was
fOI the llovernmrnt to vote tPX
reliefs"um holiday",
The debate could lx- summed U|
as a rath, uring of
hi end it was hur-
ried to <~ oncluelon
o'alock, when 11 bed t" live waj
to chem-
ists under the MaUonal Health
. i Mi I "ok. the ColonJi'
ended for the
nt. and the bei'
for the Whole debate was the
thrown in by .i I
Mr, Hankin, in Diet frai -
uon of time left eficr the Minis-
ter had sat down Mr Bankiii
asked. "Many ol have 1
polnti that are not unli m
In our m Uon am i
-.hould like to know if the I'nder-
'"i 'in Cetora]aaj will
give us written answer] <
of these pa
8JQ .,,,,'. oci
9
iti i had ended.
GermanyA ml
Trade W ilh
Colonies
. j

tuibed h) bj Dalenee of


in a 64-,
Econuiii> o( Ti '
issued b> "The BUM

Kirkpatrleh. tl,,

i
rfth uade is i
to Di Von Maltaen, (!
Ftreign Trade Department, ol
nal Qerman U
ifieooomioi
;.ll in bil ract that
wiuie Imp
of 1,608 million doOan
goods fr"! i >r I-
eiuduii: thetr oversea lernto*
riesi. Gei i ported to them
only I.4.M milU n dot
of ifoods. Trade with Fiance and
Great Biv i for the
whole of that deficit of I
million dollars.
Qteai Brit line her
colonies, ejjport'
245.8 million ! |
uoods but kraDorted h
many only 1S2.I mlllloi
worth.
Dr Von Mahsan declares there
U little doubt German} adll be
unahte to regain ;i
balance of trade with thl
I.11,1 | lonj she u nm in a
' earn the im
be! be needi f'r buytai
foodstufTs
lependerri ten
tones nf the fr.oie /one or the
slerlina Area through sell ins:
more to the respective mot he*
countries than she buyi frtjpl


Ul H'huildii.g bei texU
Cry are dl CUMM
by i>r. Hani-Wernei Btaratake
..] of the Weal
em German Textile A
CJhief Of
material supplies, r. the Indus-
ti. which depeodi to-day I
about Hit ii corn
Foi ml lable handicap,
too. has been Federal CermanyK
growlnft shortage ,,f '""
chUup)
Fnreljrn exchange resource* are.
atarj Genei
wholly In..... elal
import needs "and :'
Uhtlni I hard battli to
raaaJn i toothold in world mar-
i.ets Qerman hopee -.
on Ihe outeomi ol
ttoaal Reu Material >
io Waahlngton. The Fed.
ers hold thai ill U nUl
faeturir.g count!:i
to
material -
With a domestic market now
reeictltlUJ satisfaction point in the
period, Fedei ,i Ger-

activity in tex'il'
Oeneral adds.
Africa Is Spemmmg Sues Fonner Own era XCEDDTNG BELLS
And Britain
Must SeU
oi "La PredM4*
'OH HALLKRIW

i
. u*er"
l


. ...i ChUd-


.,(,,,,; around 1.600 million
l ~ ill? baek-
.luriim u
rest.
A wagi .
reef!
l.ick men
: ..
known I -
Hen
sumei market
And the most valuabll
all ii thai Ihe 470
million
,,: the British i oi iraow
I

depend on Britain

the b Midi
group, did i H.OOO-mlli I
brought hack around I

and Paklaten ordei
.000,000
I -.iKl.000 from the Far
Bast.
Mi Dank I Broad U k Trade
i t h e r n

can native win spend i
thi new market I
found thai thnui
much-de
'..
and hang them round thali necks
leathei '"
make room i i
. Introduced the loalei

for Afi !
. luce He*
i lines




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DVed PODIl-
I
r moui
...

"Get Ii

wealth I estimated
at around



'DETTOL'
THI MODERN ANTlSfPTIC


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S'l I .

t< La I'reiiva

n ouths.
peaoa. tin
government luita fron ua
La rrrn*' . Govant'
I
after e ludgi
i, od thai
j'i> more than
Id CP'
Maionic Anniveraary
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ii'id th>
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I..- .i Ski
pi V
Skelton will r turn '" H
until lb.
i i; will u
->r Bkel-
i.,-.


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i
1 I
f F/e/scftmanns
fA/ewDryYeast
I faqas fres/?
\ far weeks
HARBOUR LOC us SHOULD PLAN FOR
In Carlisle Bay
ek Rsaanm ti..
m v iwnij
S-ll PMU.r i.
tovfe M-c.
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s. Prankl-n D B *-h. i*i
to... rh taudBlph-. *-h K.imiw M
ARB-IV -\I.H
I I'MTIIARA. I .Me Ions ntt, Cpl
l.iwn lioni Tiii.
" AI-COA mUTAN 3.TO nwt. ipI.
ki-N .
s GANVMCniV
,ipi C*pt Drljnn fiwm h>"no Ai"
v i i Hi ..ul i
"I'll i> >
ORANJUSTAD laSS lii ni-l tB'
Abieto, '"' ToniaM
SURPLUS GOODS EARLY
WASHINGTON, Jul> 18.
1

11 Army
I
ltd of Ui

vat Iha
;
i
.
U- used I Irtation of
PenfcuaJta,
STOMACH !
upsets
When the stomach is upsri
A* a result ol hj; I
dose of De Witt* Aniai.d
I'owdfr will dtsprtw thr uuin
and distress h|tht awy
I'lululencr, heartburn ai.it n>-
a^eattaa are some of Ihe
syioptoms that this rscass of o]
add in the stomach cam Wing
ui it train. IV Wills Antand
Powder soon nruti*lie thr
and and at the same tune
other ingredients in the wrll-
llam-ed formula aoothr and
uiulect the delicate stomach
luiuis*. Get a supply nght
away.
Hfitts
ANTACID
POWDER ki
WiataUi,,, 4(W
Sooth*I Slomach
ffaMvi
| | n
, t for uit (fy Irom hornf -
Carrr a low
'<"" DeWltrS
I.I',.... .J *"llu ,
CJ mm TAGLETS
SENSATIONAL
OFFER!!
IVIit Pan
r..Mv\ i mi 11..'.
KI.. ll l
SWIM SI IT
to lil

6 l.l.Vi'lv I
I IAI. LOW
PRICE
$3.60
I'KIJ.i '
i .,|. >i ill. .
Modern Dress
Shoppe
TODAY 13 SHOWS)
Mid ( on limit ii ic li.il
2 i 4 45 ^ 8 30 p.m.
I :. ml RHi i. i
CARIBBEAN PREMIERE!
i RKO Hl mtoinn n
with
BETTK
ItKIIM.I IOU V
N Tl l'i I
PLAZA
|r MADe him
... now t'll
Hreak him>*
Neesls no irfiiqetation
tn ea*y te e*e ov old-
fashioned pemhable yeast
Itnamnrl FlriBchmunn t IVv
i' 'i ind active
bay It S
i drlt.ioui
A-k vor tracer fnr
hi""
\ [>,.
. auaaWaas try
Fast RH
.' ru f>rice
Uw si' dan
li'lua tone up
SO IAST TO USI
lABtSfl
;
rmpiMM* vet
&ep SMl ff s moment no free
Every spoonful gives you OaW
more and more
e n ergy and
f it ne s s I
s**
Ivan ipooi.fu ol Kapler (i,., yoo i rich
uppl ol flumira A and D.
et TrissavrtsmiM iranjturv'i wondarworben,
umrin| liejltli and Iresdom from illnau.
Men. woman. .hiidrtn-il ihould start
'.^ i/i>r> Kapler lo-tfur.
KEPLER!
COD I1VFB OH WITH MAIT EXTRACT
^ Buaaouf.HS whlcomi a r_o product ^^
It's no -.i-\ to ship Jihiio-.! .invlhlng hi .i.i sflSji
inexpensive too. For advice on your freight prob-
lems call
BWIA
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
Bette^Davis
Barry Sjjlli van
Sa mm
tnenfo"
IMC C0KI-RENT UftOR III 11 HUN -FRINLlS Oil
i o..HM d h.
TRIUMPH OVER
PAIN
QUININETHE fOUP.TH IKGREDIENT IN 'ANACIN'
How ooei ANACIN' ft.,e.e pin 10*.m. voatCt..el, A te ,-v.
taan bilsneinf
of thraalimout madtcina^ (Phennaon C He,mi and AcriylnlKyhc Atid)
*nh POMIM , And 'Aaacln's Oum.nB ku
"or n,.- levernh lemparitiiret. >ektor< a !! itn-.r of *! ce'ng '
t0o you suffer from I '
mnyof thwjtmnt PI ''
I Dc reu suffer from~l..... Hhaumitam I NeuaMgii I
\.nyonh.*.p.ii>/ "
bung ou Immsdlata njlial. ou- out
inuring ipcd '
CST OFF fAIH-AT 0MCC '
Yai. 'or a nary Imle you (in buy i J-tsblet envtlcpr of ANACIN '
anougri io bnn| > naai a bout of pain 'Aflecbi u alto
iwallaile m hand| ad In botda* of SO lablau. Shar*
in m* fccnefln of i> \ grea) Mm YOURSELF A6AINST UM
cct some 'AHACIH' tooa r>
B.IVI.A., BHMK.I TIH', S
fXTSl SPfC/Al
AUDITION for AUGUST
PIANO"
and Lateit
"WORLD NEWS '
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aaaciN \t *i irasi ami


PACE HfU*
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I Nllin Jul) !. IS31
BARBADOS
r A1V06ATE
N-I*lii HiTiiirr's I iiial ltV|iirf
:.. A- -.(.
Jul% M
LAWLESSNESS
IT i-
tion I
milled igiij
m
week men on their way I
.
focus public attention on
tion inn! for Its pa
Government not to slir up u
commit ;i public nuisatu
unfounded Ml MOM wank the
Manager of the Canadian Bank of Com-
merce was attacked at
matter vai thoroughly
assailant was convicted at the Court of
Grand Bai I H laVot ata
Trie Police In the early raoura "i 9
day morning foul
He had bw
now a patient at the General II"..
Earlier th ll i
Advocate Co., Ltd. was attacked
in another city street Al I It I
remembered that the iikkhi a
brightly.
The g W i Ol tfal
record Other people i1
and iniured on pnvtoui
recent months and then
unknown. In none of thi
been any attempt to gel mow I
and it is therefore reasonable lo Iruta
the attacks arc shirt acta ol Lawle
done by youngsters pracl
have seen on '
1
lion to this condition | "iriise
the fair name of Barbadoi I1 do*
The mere publication I* put the
would-be attacked on I
the public on the look out fur tin i
squeamish attitude cloak
these Isolated acts until th alence and violence as In Trim
The public would do
daii; i
sanl> l<> .ittaeks and to Ulfoi ID tha
of any Interference 01 bu*d1< acts by
Intruders. The Police alraacrj
duties to perform and the only Way In
' which this growing menai imped
OUt is by public CO-oni I I
111 l<
Rm
Benefit1
The
Old
s
The
Who
From
Fuehrer's
His* iji/...
nd his putting
'liii|[5 ;
. pli tit> >if buna's booh
"lit ii or not
k ... '' ;...
octalM many, iik>
Party in Hun- Eutojm mutt k i
ihtlated in thi
two*, ho



i '
WATCHMAN'S MOV
Even in a small island, distance from
the centre often tneai neglect,
At Turner's Hall there I B -.itchman
responsible for the p\ oatur-
;ii gas well He hi i Ith a
hut about thret iiiaro an i about
seven feet 1" be spent In watchln sis
the watchman's only means of protection
t sun and rain. A.I. I tlon
and a measure of comfort for the watch-
man should have been dictated by common
humanity. The value of the gas well t"
Barbados La appreciated. It is the only
source Of natural fuel. It supplies the
Barbados Gat Company, the Lai
Processing Factory, the Belle Pun |
Station and the Apes Hill Ume Works.
If the well did nothing else than supply
fuel to the Gas Company and the Hello
Pumping Station providing water tor
Brigdetown its Importance would still be
I real
Nor is it easily und) why the
importance of the duty to protect the well
can be overlooked.
There is no suggestion that the Oas well
might be the object Oi D Of
communis! til ordinary intelli-
gence dictates that it should be protected
By the same token the individual responsi-
ble for those duties should be riotected
I not be for-
gotten because his round ol i
him in the backwoods >* St Andrew He
oV lerves better of the community thi
lr>i unprotected box*
i r
Mom; si t, \ iiio>Him
LONDON.
Lati
i imports of sugai int< the Ui ited
a big imports
; i with a
year auo. Imp rtsl Cuba -;e from
44.142 ions in M
May thia
.* a total
inport figure from forei -ices ol
199.219 toi in May,
1950.
"
Imports from Common v.i

ay, 1951.
.
I
i I
1
from 10 urns.
t five i
I.i[tain irnpoi ti


Hi i-
i


when

month ub-


i


:> certainty, lead the
break ihroujih m
either .1 few dayi or a few weeks
to it, AUantte.
IBM of lhi_- opinion thai
' procpet't
.r u-inn hlxiataS <,: itn bo th<
beady iieen lib-
erated once basiro, tirst of our
i-.ii;:-. itinl iii w iU|n**, ;.ml then
t i ibbed LM of our German
i .-:hts.
woulJ
ItritiE us Into thM situation in
which North and Soutli Korea
find thamaerraa to-day.
"There every man must asK
What
ii ration? l.-t
the Americans go back to A
jin.1 biava ia Roj ai alone, for
!.. i idm and
1 I IP I'
He low n ii.
prpM
the Americana, A: .ill -


;
.
'I
point of world
Mane,
' in ii-.k, for .. rnonaml 'i"' avdl*
re tl , ...,i thi n miki tha pohM
[ consider o
On the ol i <.ii In ih dlaboUeaUj brllllanl ploci il
proporUon l one vanlw propagan-
lo 11 In favour ol the w-
"If I'" N..w looklnl ai it 'rom the
'' '
liberation of tab kind m ty In
laat phaaa only the
liQUktetlon -.1 -i Ruanan prob-
i
I r. wo are "f Uw tion "f tha Oeraian problem . "
opinion Hid' the Ruaalani mu>t no pauaex aga *i. Than addai
rencentr
South m tha C.....uu unu fulfilment of the
ratnthau Plat: With other
it
I
Europa i;< .il nirnace
preventive war
Tvlep Hi"' '
union of
i: i
immune to
tin* image. Tor. deaptta Marshall
bin AW .mil evervUnna ataa 'hat the
would wol- Ajnarleana have done i rebuild
,4 n, ^.t niHiMi dirorfa ""'""'l Oarmany and German industrv.
'[. lh' o Oarmin who has not
( '" nan Com- itfll ., back of hi nuhd
propaganda pictura of
mu condition H rha UoraenthVu PUn.*1 It show*
l; i ud li"hr depiived ol
... i into
be Uoilj ff< .., potato BaW b) order of
ful tuft this U i
I onthau.
ndrrlul propaB.....la > >: i is wonderful propa-
1 fa the Kuvx.iins. K thfty
v' havim || ,,ii dot,.- fa then
'""; in- whan he ata on to the plan without puinMa panny, thenthaj
mform chieft to undrrmino woat- ,.., B new Germai An .., d very fortunate
io| It
1
I U we
buill up and ....
. ......
r attack again*)
whether It want* to
i ld .iii.v . miuvi
World lenslea
war wlU than
But for Westerners it
the real aaanaca of Rcmcr
'.!l I I the Kuri'- mirl his fclloW-prcaohers of the
new Naahon is noi just the distant
j'rospect Na/i Germany.
confunon thai be an
Wa 'in Qanoany anJ
KuropcTO-DAY.
L.K.S.
LcM*al (aovcrii meiii 2
t
before *her kind
...I at were vil"
. |
i- nding i" the
R\ \\ ll. Mnitiih JOM'.s
i .. .
i .! MBMaal
principle nml boon established'
or perhapi It could be regarded
i n tun t" the old Parana idea.
In th.it year, 178 txiroiigh WS
' vaa | i i reaubuiaad form of srif-
II] completad .''i) rean poverrunanl by a council elected
by the ratepayers of the town
i .-f parUe- This council was given powers for
anil Ived tha theeood apvarnmenj o( the towa
nd foot- problorn oi tha poor, of the roads, as g whole, in 1888 this funda-
rtCUlture of cli Ihe new mans- niental idea was translated into
on which the lepend* rial Urwm and lha anawei was terms of the rest of the country
| : .......m ("i par- by the tr information of th?
Bl to tleul ir purpoaaa. Local initiative cOUntlai from geographical ex-
i perilamant to papmrl nmilona Inlo piiulne admlnlatia
duty to undertake, when hit turn the motion m --f uv units. County councils were
lane of the- to be elected bv the peoi )c and
poor ana I afford relief to these were to have general powers iii
oen the new mm.....i ;I arena, certain of the b..r-
d into world.'Tumpike Truata" la Im- ousha which had oaso given now-
' t>Y ^rs in 1835 wc-e allowe.l lo re-
i of the count*
POCKET CAF.1'0ON
, (isit/ itl I \Ni .wi I R

communications
the iherlfb \> n-pal
K -1 I lUvea
.. ii little

\
end order
|*l justice

I'hev gradual'..
.4 local ed
.
Hut while the
to lie governed i-


charters
i prlvlli
. nee nf The
antrj


.
fed
" -port and the
powet ti>
Apart from three "County Bor-
oughs1*, other t> roughs und also
the urban end i iinel dlttrlcta into
which the rest of the county was
were uboctUnate to the
i >uin>.
Citizen Flcclions For Councils
Praaanl local government sys-
tem In England -t based on the
election of m council of dttaeas W
ate to all the local afTalrs of the
local community, it is organised
hi a hJerarchy, the country is
divided Into 82 counties and 83
county borouKl.s. In the county
(exdudlni the county bor-
oughs) the prircipol functions of
education, man. roads, planning
and health are the responsibility
mty council, while th i
ordinary boronCi councils have the smaller func-
1 U uabag and sanita-
tion. In addition, Htm smaller
Dnay I \e certain funi-
.ions delegated to them bv (he
county. In rural areas, parishes
Mill exist h 0f \IKtt\ govern-
ment but their function* ..re few
an,! they work ii: subordination to
the rural dlstr ;t>. The county
al- boroughs alone operate outside
01 hi the factory UlU hierarchy |>erjnnning all the
local covernmani tunctloi
UtUJ combining foe their town the
Development Ol Parish dot of county, dis-
Oreapa *' )"u1 DarUh
For the greater part of the li;ii flut once again tht challenge
changing eocsary ha* to be
China's Armislicc (liici
Is A Robin Hood'
h* Dr. VHTOK Ft K( Kl.l.
(LSCtWSMf in I or I astern MMorv.
t aaiirldge Uadvesatrj i
A COWHERD who
Hum finds tin1 eyes of the world
tt bl announced that his I
meet.
At 50. stout and close-cropped (:
Teh Huai looks back on a career that has
taken him from his fathers farm to the com-
mand of the "Chinese People's Volunl
He is a native of Hunan, cradle of many ..i
the toughest revolutionary
Tse-tung himself for a fellow rjrorlndal
The son of a prosperous tanner,
relied with his father's second wife. Braruiid
unlihiil" (in those 'lays ti
Chinese crimes!. In- had tn leave I
fend for himself.
THBaUCfl IM'l.K
He worked first as a cowherd and il
i COSJmlner Tiring of this drudgery he ap-1
pealed to a rich uncle for help. This was
forthcoming, for the uncle had a |
dauRhter to marry off. Penj; became Inform-
ally beteothed.
Bui complicity
Rohm
Hood" exptoU
Involving the
Looting
i |ce itore by
Vlll-
lorced

lo take ihe
At sixteen he

of fortui
ither in
i
;; ii p p i a wing
(By
this time the
Manchu dyn-
.
i>d to i"' snd
China was
broken up Into
fragment i i
d(i rival war
lords, or bandit chiefs ) He DCCanv
commander In the forces ol l Hunan war
lord and later joined the army ui tin
tanf*Chiang Kai-shek's rS
In his youth Peny was dapper and per
snnable. though also unmistakably .. peasant
with a plain face and swarthy features. Mis
expression, stolid in rappee, became animated
and attractive when he gvl warmed up on fl
rubject he felt deeply enough about.
Ting Ling, the Communist "New Woman'
and the most famous woman novelist ol
Modern China, said: "There il son;.
about Peng Teh Huai which is disturb!
'females.'*
i But while she wa
and by Mao Tse-tung even more so) Ihe
flirtation came to nothing. In any I
already had a wife. He married in 1920 a
young middle-school graduate (thi
cousin being long since dead).
Recent photographs give no nil '
romantic phases of Peng's life. He
with a jutting and obstinate under-lip. "Mon-
golian eye" very pronounced, wee
rumpled tunic.
His chief weakness is said to be for melons
Of which he consumes vast quantities (wheth-
er or not these are good or bod for the
duodenal ulcer he contracted in 1938 during
the I (xist mainly on grass, is not known to me.
Peng Teh Huai early became disillusioned
with the Kuomintang, but his admission to
Ihe Communist Party does not date until
March 192H Thereafter he took part in prac-
irally every engagement m which tl
munist armies were Involved, the Ping-
chiang rising (organised by himself), the
ten days' occupation of Changsha in 1930. the
battles covering the "Long March" to Shensi
in 1934-35, the Communists' defeat at Tsun-yi
When after the incident at the Man-' Pol
Bridge the conflict with Japan became an
open one and the Communist armies
themselves to be renamed the "Eighth Routs
Army" of four divisions in the united na-
tional front. Peng became Becond-in-com-
maud to Chu Teh. Ihe Communist Qa
issimo.
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Peng Teh Hum and Chu Teh became fast
friends from the moment of tbear Si
Ing.
Peng is completely "sold" on the \>mmun
1st programme as the one solution for China's
auncusttsa, and is as enthusis I
I'U'. hirnseU as Chu T.-h is unemotional and
ii served.
Kv( r sine the l'..u i
has pinned his faith on two things- the sup-
port of the people, whom he COB
as a fountain of military
and a strong political conscience among the
soldiers, who. ones they knew >
uoiild. he s.iid. be invincible.
Before his appointment |
Korea. Chu Teh and he were the tu
members of the "Big F
Red China.
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Applications arc invited for iho
temporary pott of Overseer, Cen-
jral Livestock Station and Pine
Plantation.
The salary of the post. which
' | kbit ind termina-
ble .it mi' nwnth'i notice on either-
side, will he at the rate < hundretl dollars f$luo.mi
Appl"
callonal i,i ncateOnt and experi-
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managcrm h*. i ( livestock, together
with eoplr* of testimonials should
wed to the D.i eel
Agriculture, iJcpartmcnt of Mri-
culture. Queen's Park, ant] v\\
ptW up to 4 00 p m
on Wednesday. 25th Julv. 1051
20 7 SI 2n.
POST at ASSISTANT KM.INKH
and i i m ii;k \i INSPECTOR,
tlleetrkity A Telephone Depart-
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Applications are Invited lor the
post of Assistant Engineer and
Electrical Inspector. Electricity &
Telephone Department, Grenada.
The conditions of appointment
arc a* follows :
1 Salary in (he grade of
$2,180 x 96 $2,640 p.a.
2 Temporary coat of living
bonus at the rr.tc of LI
..alary up to 12.400 and
8 1,3% on salary over
$2,400.
3. Travelling allowance not
exceeding $590 p.a.
4 The post is pensionable.
5. Probationary period of one
year in the first instance
The applicant should have good
technical knowledge of Electricity
and will be required to perform
any duties in connection with the
running pnd maintenance of the
Electricity and Te'"phonc Depart-
ment which the Bngineer-in-
Charge, to whom he will be
directly responsible, may require.
It will also be his duty to assist
the Encinecr-m-Chargc In the
work of supervision of the plant
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FRIDAY. July , 1951
W.I. Meet Australia In Battle Of Giants
HOMESTERS TIPPED TO
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